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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 April 1903

w?^iBfl^^:'l8BffiBft I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,221. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNKSI)AY,.APRIL 22, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SMARY QF DflY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASII1NOTON. Aprll ?.l.-Korecast for Wednceday nnil Thursdny: Vlrglnla ntil North Carollna? Gonorally falr wedhesdny and Thiiraday; llght to frerh north wliids. Thore wns no complnlnt ori 1 h?j scoro of tlio wdftthcr yo.toiday. lt wna a ploasant, uprlnglikc da.v, wlth cnoiiKh ehlll In tho ntr tO mako lt Invlgoratlng. To-day wlll plobably bd llkowltio. HTATE OF THE THERMOMETER. ? .\. .M. 63 |2 M. 67 i r, m.cs 6 P. M. 61 ? P. M. 52 U tnldnlght . 6], Avcrago . Wi lllghpst lempernturo yostorday. fi5 Jxiwoat lomneraturo yontprdny. 52 Mean temperalure yeatcrday..... fil Normnl tcrhperaturo for AprlKTi. 65 Doparture from normal temporature. 09 ]'j?i-lp|talloii durlng pant 21 hourB... .05 MINlATuftB ALMANAO. A \ II 22. 1003. Bun rlaba.6:28 I IlIGH T1DE. Run sets ....r,!.V) Mornlng.12:43 Sloon rlaes...2:3fl | Evenlng. 1:01 RICHMOND. Pctltlona asklng lhat the...

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. — 22 April 1903

dredi of thousrvnd* of Nortliern peoplo nre aaelng It rnora olesrly than evor br-fore. He wns nukefl whnt hn nnd the Nortn *rn people (tsnarnll? thoiiitM n? Mr. Clavaland's rooont nd<lr<>?? ln N6W Yorl; touehlng the edtiontlon <>f th? nrjcro nnd tha ftttltudo of the North townrd tha jiegro nnd tha Povdhem whlte. He ro pllefl wltb.out the cl!Khta?t liesltfttton: "Mr. Clovolnnd's stntement* met with our entlre approval," anld Mt. Ogdoii. Than he contlnued: "Mr. Clevelnnd said aoma thinirw whloh I thought mlghl be opoti to iliscu-ston In pnrt,. of tho eountry, but 'n tho rnnln hls eorposttlon of the mnttrr w.ns ns sonnlblo and sound n? nny I htiva sflon. It mat with tha spprovnl of tho penslble wlilt") people of the North, and of the sonslble colored people, too," he addefl. Mr. Ogdon ls full of the eonferenco nnd wllllng to tnlk n.hout It almost nny length of time. Others At the ExTiitlve Mnnslon nre MV. Georpe Fostcr Pfcabody. of New York. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. WUllatn Allc...

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. — 22 April 1903

ATTACKED CLEVELAND Mr, Bryan Says That He Bc traycd His Party. CURSE OF COMMERCIALISAt Hns Debauched the Country?Country Now Ready to Return to Principles of Democracy? No Abandon ment, No Reorganization. (By Assoclated Pross.) KANSAS CITY, MO., April 21.-Wllllam J. Bryan, speuklng this morning to the toa?t, "Democracy," at tho banquet glven by tho TJemocratlc Jackson County Club. and the nowsjiaper men of Mlssourl com pllmontary to Benator Wllllam J. Stono, at whlch the addresses dld not begln un? til nftor mlduight, bltterly airalgned Grover Cloveland and hls supportora whu aro ttiaklng tha plea for harmony among Dcmocrats. Tho assombly was made ii|i of represcntatlvo Mlssourl Dcmocrats, and the reniarks of Mr. Bryan met wliii en thuslastlu favor with hls hearers. I-to Said in part: "We fnvlto all who have atravod from tho fold to conio back if they deslre, but we want them to stay lu ufter they come. Wo havo had onough of Clevolandlsm lu the., Democratlc party. Wo had four years ...

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. — 22 April 1903

Tho Timcs-Dispatch Pubtlshed Dally snd Weskly nt No. North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1P05. ?? R,cn mond, Va., as Secind-Clas* Matter, under Act of Con oress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-D1SPATCH Is sold ?t 2 cents s copy. . The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ts *old at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll? W eent* a month, $S.OO n year, J2-BQ for ?Ix months, $1.50 for three months. i SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, t'2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln ttudlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per week. ., . The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, G cents per woek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. ,? . All Unslgned Comn-.unlcatlons wlll be rejected. . Rejected Communleatlons w'" not be returned unloss nccompanled by atf^P*', Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. B19 East Broad Street. WEPNESDAY. APRIL 22, 1903. THE SEARCH FOR TRUTH. Tho t'> th annual Conference for EfHI cr.tlon ln tho South wlll begln lts sesslon in Richmond this afternoon, nnd It pr...

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. — 22 April 1903

VANDERBILT TO MARRY Report Is Belleved Desplte Lack of Conflrmation. IVILL NOT BE INTERVIEWED Bepresentative9 of tho Press Were Not Glven Any Information at Either tho House of Mr. Vandelbllt or of VI n. Rutherfurd. (By Aiaoclatert IVi-i?.j PARIS, April 21.?Tho Amerlcan Col ony horo has been considorably cxerolsed by tho perslstent roports of tho appronch lng marrlage of Wllllam ?K. Vanderbllt. Most of thcEO rcports camo from Now York, followlng tho court proceedlngs, but all pcrsons hero havo docllned to glvo any deflnlle Information on the sub Ject. ., At a late hour this aftornoon, whcn a call was made at tho Vanderbllt resl tlonco nnd a request sent ln for Informa? tion concerning tho current rumora, word was returned from Mr. Vanderbllt that ho was so bunlly engaged that he had been obllged to deny hlmsolf to all rep resentatlves of tho prcsn and to decllne either to afllrm or deny tho reports. Prac tlcally the samo responso was glven at tho rcBldcnce of Mrs. Rutherfurd. 'Jliof...

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. — 22 April 1903

A. T. EMBREY Frederlcksburg Bar Recom ; mcndsHIm. HERR1NG NOW PLENT1FUL Hed Men's Bazaar Held in Fredericks burg Nettedthe Organization Nearly $4O0?The Fund Will Go to En tertaining the Convontion. (Speclal to The Timas-BlepatcJi.) FREDI3R1CK8BURG, VA., April 21.? Members of the bar here forwafdetl this afternoou to Senator Wnlloce and Dele gate Blscoe n petitlon recofnmendlng Hon, A-. T\ Kmbrey for Judge of the Corporntlon Ceurt to Bucceed Judge Wnl lacc, resigned. A petitlon has nlso been Bigned by promlnent clllsens and l?r warded. Tho Bcglelnturo will elect Mr. Embrey, who has agreed to scrvo and Wlll havo no opposltlou. .ludgo A. W. Wallace reslgned. and nutwlthslaiidlnii; an eamost oppeal from the cltiaens genorally to wlthdraw hls rcslgnatlon, ho odhered to hls decislon to rellro from of flclal life. Mr. Embrey ls at present CommonwcaTih's Attorney for tho clty. The Red Men's Baxaar held hero netted the orKJUiitation nearly WOO. This fund \rill bo used for ontertulnlng the St...

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. — 22 April 1903

TO BEAUTIFY CLUB HOUSE Capltal Club Wlll SpendMoney on New Apartment House. COMPLAINTS OP SHIPPERS The Seaboard and Sou/hern Beforo the Corporatlon Commission on Several Chargos Advanced by Local North Carolina Merchanta. (Bpeclal to Tha Tlmea-Dlfipntch.) RAJjaiGH. N. C, April 21,-The Captal Club of thla clty. has dccldod to expond 12,600 ln boautlfylng tho lntcrlor of thelr ?plcndld club apartments In thelr bulld? lug, corner of Mnrtln and Sallsbfiry Btroets. 'Tho npartmenta are alreryly among the handaomost and beat appolnt ?d In tho Stato and tho Improvcmenta to bo mado wlll mako them oaally among tho ilnest nnywhero ln tho South. Tho bulldlug was orocted at a cost of ?50,000 four years ngo. Tho work la to bo undcr tho dlroctlon of a spocial club cotnmltteo oonslstlng nf Mc.-sra, II E Pltchford and M. W Mlllor. A charter was Isnuod to-day by tho Socrotary of Stato to tho Oray, Galloway & Barbo Insurancp Agency, f Wlnston Salcm, capltal $25,000. Tho lncorpor.-tto"ra nre Kiigen...

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. — 22 April 1903

MASKS AND WIGS GREAT Performance Last Night Was Thoroughly Enjoyable. ACADEMY WAS PACKED Vhat Girls Those Boys Do Make, to Bo Sure, Was the Prevailing Idea Among the Masculine Auditors. When the Musk end Wig Club last season presented "Old King Cola" nt Uio Armory, most of those In the audience probably extruded thou patronage more ly for the sako of aiding a ?\iod cause in ? attending; a performance for "?wert charity's" sake. That performance, how? ever, so far surpassed nil oxpootatlohe, that the town was talking about it for a week nftorw.ird. Therefore, tho second nppearajico hero of tlin onranlsfttlon, which occurred at tho Academy last night, was in tho nature of on event, and the playhouse would have beo? crowded, oren If charity had unt made an appeal. As It wns.ino moro brilliant audience has probably assembled at Ihe Academy this season than that which greeted the Mask and Wig Chili Inst nicht when It pre? sented "Sir Robinson Crusoe," Tho presentation, ns ere all of thos...

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. — 22 April 1903

JAMESTOWN BILL WINS Is Certain That tho Measure Will Pass the Senate, SCIENTISTS LOSE IN HOUSE Tho Harvey Bill Aimed at Them Passed Without Amendment?Hot Fight on the Jamestown Bill In the Senato. Jamestown wins, Tho appropriation of 1200,000 by tho Stato to the exposition company I? now assured beyond reason? able doubt. The act/on of the Stnato yesterday in voting down by decisivo ma? jority all tue amendments to tho Houso bill carrying tho appropriation! insuifs that, the bill will pass when it comes up Ihursilay with but a formal protest, If any bo made at all. This tostili was reached lu cha Sentita of Virginia .yesterday after a sei i ? in ?ant? ing more than threo hours, In Which uve separato amendments to the bill were voted down after full and free debate. Tho bill bus not ? been put upon Its pas? sage yet, but has bean set as a special order for Thursday at 12:15 P. M? when It will be taken up nnd passed. Tho op? ponents of the tniamendeil bill could not muster more than t...

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. — 22 April 1903

TENDENCY WASUPWARD Could Group and B. and 0. Stock Led Movemcnt. BIG SPECULATIVE PARTY Campaign Based on Gonoral Condl /tions?Disposition to Tako Prof.ts Led to Moder&te Renction and Close Was Ensy and Dull. (By Ansoelnted rrr??.) NRW TORK, April 21.?Thoro waa quito a comprehensive upward movement of prlces to-dav, led by tho Ooubl group and Baltimore * Ohio. Aa other parts of the llat camo Into tho movement a dlsppsltlotl became mnnlfest to tnlte proflts In tho earlv leadors, whlch led to a moder.it o renction all through the llst, and the close was Cosy nnd dull. Tho iiiovoment was attrilmted lnrgely to nrofesslonnl oporntions. nnd commission nouses contlnued to complaln of ihc llght .volnmn of thelr Orders. lt was pl.-iln, however. that a speculatlve party had been organlzod to advancej the mnrkct, and thev mado thelr oporatlona etTectlvo to-day. Thelr campaign sccm? based on genornl conditlons. Tho Orcat Northnrn dlvldond camo off that stock t.hls morn-. lng, and tho nssembl...

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. — 22 April 1903

ONE MINIMUM GENT CHARGE A 25 Gents* WORD. Cash In Advance __. WORKING WIT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Genfs, Cash In Advance ONE CENT A WORD. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, LAC?f?S TO MAKE NBCK wenr irom sample, X! to fl2 weekly, ex? perience not necessary. Bond selt-ad riir-ssi-d ?tamp envelop?. IDE Ali MFG. CO. 508 W. 133d 8L, Now York. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALE. WANTED, A POSITION AS HOURE koeper at onco. Miss 15. 1. T11ACKBK, caro Hov. P. II. Bennett, 814 North Twentieth Street. WANTED. EMPLOYMENT AS CLERIC or saleslady, by nn Industrious and -well educated young lady, who is very quick at figures. Addi ess "EMPLOYMENT," 410 Pearl Street, Lynchburg-, Va. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL hranche.i. II. C. 1IELBER. 152 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED, THREE MALE STENOGRA? PHERS to fill position, payin ?from ?40 to *60 per month. Ap.My to B-HMING TON TYPEWRITER COv WANTED. ? BRIGHT BOY TO LEARN the printing trade. Apply ? P. M. to? day to...

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. — 22 April 1903

Miller 6 Rhoads. Miller Cf Rhoads. WEA THER FORECA S T? Wednesday. generally fair, Mexican Drawn Work For Shirtwaists. Havo you scen our Shirtwaists on exhibition in tho Art Depart? ment, mado with Mesican Drawn Work in front nnd Rleeves? It's tho lntest style In Llnen Walsts; looks very genteel. washes nlcely, and ls all hand-made. Tho work is done with Burcan Scarfs or squaros; tlio scarfs aro in two sizes?staaller ones $3.50: lnrger ones $0.00?the lattor scarl Uiaking two Shirtwaists. We nlso have tho dravm work by thoyard nt $1.Bo. It's Blx Inches wlde-fl rows of open work. Pretty Mednlllons of the snme work, 12% nnd 15c each. As wo said, this drawn work is all hand-made, and tho reason it's so low-priccd is tho fact thnt peasant labor in Mexico is very cheap? four cenfs a day being nbout tlio average price paid to the womon on gaged in tliis work?and then they consider thenisolves rretty well paid. tU^^t?^^^ 1 Social and ? | ZPersonal \ 000000000ooooeooooo0on?o0^ The weddlng of...

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. — 23 April 1903

et?!.espta^i. f-8uNDEP Z I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,222. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUJIMRY 0F_DflY'5 HEWS FdRECAST. WASHINGTON. April 22..-Forecast for Thurmlny and Frlday: _ , Vlrglnla?Partly cloudy Thursday; Fri day fnlr, wnrmer; llght north to east ?wlnds. North Cnrollno-Enlr In Weat: cle.ir ln east portlon Thuraday. Friday warmcr; llght to fresh north wlnda. Rlchmond revolled In n beautlfiil day flgaln yesterday. but there was atill loo much chlll In Ihe nlr for tho thln-bloodcd onos. The Indlcatlons are for fnlr and warmer to-day. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 A. M. . 62 12 M. M B P. M. "7 8 P. M.?7 J P. M. ?< h mldnlglit . KJ_ Averago .M 1-3 Highest temperature yesterday. J?3 Ixiwest temperature yoatorday.t>2 Mean tomperatnre yeaterday. m Normal temperature for April. Kj Departure from normal temperature. 02 Preclpltatlon durlng past -I hours.... 00 MINIATURB APMANAC. April 2.1. 1903. Fun rlsea.".....5:2*5 I HIGH TlDE. Bun setB.0:r/? I Morning.1:32 ...

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. — 23 April 1903

THE DAY ON THEDIAMOND Boston Defeatcd Phillles ln Flrst Twelve-Innlng Game. VICTORY FOR THE GIANTS Defeated Brookljn by a Scorc of Seve lo Two?Cold Weather Prevenled Game Betwetn Pittsburg and St. Louis?Olhcr Games. Tho Amorlcan Pengue played four gamea jesterdny, the National three. Mayor weavcr opened the senson nf Phlladclphla for thc Amcricnn Peaguc. Ihrowing out the flrat ball. and tho Athlotics rewnrdcd hlm by winiilng tho game from Boston by a very snfe mnrgin. New York lost. tho gamo In the National Capital to thc Senator?, puttlng thc lat ter along with Chlcago and Detrolt at tlio tip of t.he perccntngo tnblea. It wlll bo lntcrostlng to watch how long they /Wlll hold the poslti'/.i. At Plttsburg tho weather wns too cold, nnd the game with St. I.ouis was not play? ed. Tho Glants dofiAtcd thc Brooklyn hndly, having a mnrgin of flve rtiiis. Bos? ton took n close contcst from tho Phil? lles, njid Clnclm/itl defeatcd tho Chlengo nggregatioii. Tho teama of both lcngues play nt th...

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. — 23 April 1903

OBJECT EDUCATION (Contltuif'l fr?m Flrst Page.) on thts occaftloil they had come ln oii" blg brotlierhood. AN ABMIBAULB HPIIUT. The Rplrlt of the meeting was admlrable. Tho splrlt of the whole (.'onference, Idca and fact, wns frntornal tn a elegreo. Gov? ernor MonlngUO, ln hls welcornlng address, struck ihe k<?ynoto. declnrlng that old un pleasabthesscs were forgotten and forever burled, titid ;.ll were Amerlcan cliiiscris wllh one hlgh end In vlew. Tho addresses of Govcfhof Mohtflgoo hnd Presldent Ogden \\erc both In ud mlraGTo tnste nnd charmed their audl ei.co. Mr, Mortlaguo never appeared Vlrglnlaiv, who are hoiiestly otiil of hlm. llls brond jt communlcnted to all ppltit tduchod and de from the whcth grentc iitid pardortably . ness of iiiiiid . w nnd hia llulral llgllted tho vlslfo: North or the SoutH, Mr. Ogden's response to tho welcornlng words nf tbo Vlrglnla -Exccutlvu was tis gracefu] au.i laclful as posslblo. llls slncorlly ln thanklng' the orgnnlzatlons of Vlrjdnla fo...

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. — 23 April 1903

The. Times-Dispatch P-abllshed Oslly ?nd Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, Va. Entered Junuary 27, 1903. nt Rich? mond, Va.. ?* Second-Claas Matter, under Act of Con grets of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH l? ?old at P. cents s copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at 6 cents a eopy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? tv) eenta a month, $5.00 a year. 52-50 for *lx months. $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPA\TCH by man, f.2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH, In? cludlng Sunciay, by Carrler, 15 cents per Week. , _ The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. by Cnrrler, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 vear. All Unslnned Communlcatlons wlll be rejected. Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not be returned unless nccompanlerl by stnmps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Bro.-icl Street. TTfURSDAY, APRIL 23. 1003. EDUCATING THE NORTH. In yesterday's paper wo <iuotod from a Jiotable address whlch was dellvered on S'onday evenl\tr ln Cooper Unlon, Now Yo...

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. — 23 April 1903

BANQUET AT THE BAZAAR Education Conference to Be Entcrtalncd To-NIght. BOSTOCK'S IN AFTERNOON ' Baby Llons and Punch and Judy Show In tho Basemonl of the Masonlc Tcmplo?Tho Great Dimo Museum. Confederate Bazaar. APRIL 23D?MISSOURI DAY. AFTERNOON, 4:30 to 6:30? Chlldren's entertalnment for Ten nessee Table. Georrje Wmhfngton Drown Smlth, clorj dnnce and negro dlalect sonns. Punch and Judy ahowa. Two-Headcd Calf. Song, Emlly Wade. Recltatlon, Lucy Wade. Recltatlon, Maater Blennar. Grab Datj. EVENINQ, 8:30? The Dlma Museum. The Chamber of Commercc, Clty Councll, Mayor and others Invlted. The feature of to-<lny nt tho Confcd-' orate Bazaar wlll bo tho banquet. glven ln the banquet hall to-nlght to the edu? cation Conferenco vlsitora. Tho com? mlttee of ladloa under whoso chargo the nrrangemcnta for the banquet wlll be jicrfectcd and cnrrled out Includca Mra. [W. M. Wade, chalrman; Mrs. Lco Lor ralne, Mra. Johnson, Mrs Charlea Stacy, Mra. W. A. Powera, Mrs. Turner Arring ton. Mra. H. ...

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. — 23 April 1903

BOATS DRAW RIVER TRADE Kappahannock Vallcy Poople Buying in Frodericksburg. GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT Business Men's Association Decides to Send to Charlolte, N. C, for, Infor mntion in Regard to tl'-o Good Roads qf Mecklenburg Co, (Speclal to The Tlmoa-Dl.?patch.) PREDERICKSBURG, VA., Aprll 22. Tbe local rlver steamers, tho Tourlst, of the People's Llne, and tho Cnrollno, of the Weems Llne, aro bringlng regularly 10 thls clty large shopplng pnrtlea of la Cl? j -?? 1 business men. who nre nddlng V:-;e':. . tho volumo of trnde hero. Tho Ji'iTbi i'.id rrelght rates nre reosonnble, 11 .: <r,6 schcdules are run to sult tlio peo \<1" un nf both sldes of tho Rnppnhnnnock ii'.\...f. Thls trndo has many tlmes dou bled wlthln tho past three months, and '.s stlll on the Incrense. Tho peoplo of '.he Bappnhnnnock Vallcy aay that they cin buy goods cheaper here nnd moro con venlentjy than In any other clty ln orout 3T tho Stnto. One of the largest meetlngs of the Bus? iness Men's Association In ...

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. — 23 April 1903

HUSBAND A TRESPASSER Supreme Court Passes on a Unlque Case. DEC1DES AGAINST WIFE Ordered Husband Off Property Owned In Her Own Right.and Then Indictod Him for Trespass?Several Charters Grantod. (Speclnl to Tho Tlmea-Dlspateh.) rtAXEIGH, N. C., Aprll 22.?Tho North Carolina Supreme Court passed upon a novel Issue yesterday In dccldlng tho caao of Stato vs. Alfrcd Joncs from Walte Cpunty. It wns. ua tho court deelared, a c.iho ln whlch thc wlfo aoUght Indlrcctly to obtnln Judlclnl separallon from her huab^ld by crlmlnal actlon for trespass. Mra. Joncs owned n fnriri ln hor own light. B'.'llovlng her husband Unfalthful Blio ordered hltnto leavo tho placo. Ho refusod to do so, nnd Mra. Jonea left nnd Indlcted hlm for trespass. A maglstrnte'a court convtcted hlm, but tho Suporlor Court hold ho waa not gullty. Now tho Suprcnio Court, ln n mnjority oplnlon. iitliniiit tho Superlor Court. Howovcr, Chlef Juatlce Clnrk dlB3onta, holdlng thnt tho huaband wns gullty of tresposa on tho ground tha...

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. — 23 April 1903

iHIS CURE COMES HIGH fAnd Yct tho Benefll, Derivcd Scems Not Very Great. 'VIROIMIAN'S TREATMENT Pays $1,800 a Year for Prayer Wavcs and is Unable to Leave His Room. Good Story Told by Mr. R. Walton Moore. Tho Tlmes-tilspnlch Biirenu, No. 1417 G Street, N, W.. Washlngton, D. C Aprll 22d. Tho actlon of the Vlrglnla Gonernl As> ?embly In requlrlng Chrlstlnn SccbtlstS to pnss a mcdlcnl exnmlnatlon beforo they enn bo allowod to prnctlco tho nrt of hcollng wns the subject of a convcr F.itlon whlch I hnd wllh a gentlemnn of ! thla clty to-day. In thc course of hls j remnrks he innde the remnrknblo stnto j tnent thnt one of the best-known men In ' iVirglnla, beyond n doubt, pnid n womnn In a westcm town tho sum of J1.S00 n ) year for her prnyers for hlm, or for her i "thought wavcs," whlch were supposed 1 to wnfi hlm to hcnlth, or lo bent off dlsenso. Some years ngo thls gcntleman. whose j namo I forbear io mentlon, was ln n j town In Ipdlann, probably, when ho wns taken slck. My Informo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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