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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 April 1903

OHE MINIMUM CENT CHARGE !CashInAdvance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKINO WANT ADS. THAT BRING QREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM ONE CHARGE CENT 25 Cents, a Cash !n Advance WORD* HELP WANTED?FEMALE. vVANTHD. ALADY CASTIIER FOR tho Millinery Departmont. THALHI" MER BROS.', Flfth nnd Broad Streeta. WANTED. WHITE OR COLORED PER son to walt on aiok lady and atay On place at nlght. Apply nt 122 North Twentleth Street. WANTED. LAD1E8 TO MAKE NECK wenr from gample. $7 to $12 wefckly, ex perlenco not necesaftry. Bend sclf-nfl dresscd sta.mp envelope. IDEAL MFO. CO.. 508 W. lMd SL, New York. 8ITUATI0N3 WANTED?FEMALE. EXP E R I E N CED KTENOORAPHBR wnnta posltlnn; preferably wlth lawyer; roference*. Addresa Miss MARY HEN KEL, Ilnrrlaonburg, Va. _ SIeLP WANTED?MALEl WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL brnnches. H. C. BELBER, 152 Columbla Avenue, Phlladclphla, Pn.__ wantedTprI-Tss FF.F.DERS; EITHER Iwys or glrJs; expr-rlenerd handa pre ferrcd. Apply RAPTIBT & PICOT. lft> 107 Governor Streot_ WANTED, A TRAVEMN...

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. — 23 April 1903

MARKET FIRM ANLUCTIVE Consolfdated and Patroleum Wlthout Blg Guiding Board. 5TRONG TONEMAINTAINED This, Too, Notwithstanding Profit-Tak ing, and Closing in Most Instances Was at Best?Closing Prico of Leading Issues. lP.v Assoclnteri Press.) NEW YORK, .\prll 22.?Fof the second tlme In Its hlatory the Consolldated btock nnd Petroleum Exchange dld business tn dnv wlthout tho blg btv"d '" gulde it. rh'e voluine of business was fniriy large, excerdlnp ovor 120,000 shares. Much of tho traiilng wns for oul-of-town nccounl, tnany orders belng executed for Boston and Philadelphia aa well ns for rnstomors of the local Stock Exchange, The mar? ket was tlrni nnd actlve from the outset, Rondlng belng the pHnClpnl featurc. Other strong and nctlvo stocks Inoludod Amnlgamnled Copper. St. Paul. nimi Pacltlc. Baltimore nnd Ohio nnd South em Pacltlc. Thoro was conslderable trad* Ing ln the known lldiistrials. InclUdlllg Smoltlng. Lenther, Colorado Fllel nnd Iron Tennessee Coal nnd Presscd Steel Car. T...

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. — 23 April 1903

SITUAT10N IS ACUTE \ll Henrico Salodfis May Have \ to Close on May lst WHAT THE JUDGE THINKS Constable Samuel Has an Encounter Wlth Flve Bull Dogs and Kills Two of Them Wlth His Pistol?Con? dltlon of a Road. Thn altuatlon In Henrico county wlth Irefcrencc to thc saloona grows more acute. Unleaa Judge Wlckham la at once aupplled wlth blanka to corrcapond wlth the now Iawa, there Ib ovon danger'that tlio entlre county wll go dry on May lat. The llcensea In Henrico cxplro upon the Jsl of next monlh. The County Court la now In HCBFlon and Ib ready to proceed wlth the hoaring of appllcatlona for a rcgrant of llcenaos, but thoro haa nl ready bccn ono dclay and thero la llko llhood of another, over a technlcallty. lf tho court Is not aoon furnlah'vl wlth tho now blnnka It wlll have to adjourn until' tho next tcrm. Meanwhllb all tho saloons wlll have to close on tho 1at of May. When accn yc-tcrdny. Judgo tVickhnrn, ?who haa Just been ofuclally furnlsbed wlth a copy of the new law, apoke of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 April 1903

A SUGGESTION OF ARBITRATION Dlfferenccs Among Baptlsts In tlie South?Virginia Delegates Appolnted. As the tlme for the annual aesston of the Southern Baptlst Convention. whlch meeta durlng the flrst week of next month ln Savannah, drawa nenr the dis cusslon Increasos of tlie probable stand the body will tnke with rcference to cer? taln agitators out of harmohy wlth the splrlt of the denomlnntlon. It has bccn auggc'ted that a councll of arbltiaUon be nppointed to conslder nnd vompare tho Interdeuoinliiational dlffcr tncos exlsting in the Suutli. The auggos tlon la understood to have particulnr ref nonce to the iillenatlon In Texas and Arkansaa. The Roligloua Horald tnkoa up the matter thls wcelc, and reolarea tltat lt does not fool very hopeftll nbout thc proposnl. ln so far ns .the diffor mces aro personal, thc Horald says they ire so Intenso and brothren on oltlicr sldo *re eo utterly skoptlcaJ concerning tho characters of the lenders on tho other tldo, nnd havo expressod themsolve...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 April 1903

NATIONAL JROPHY Mch to Be Shot at Seaglrt V N. J.. In September. STATE TROOPS CONTEST Proceedlngs and Recommendatlons of Board Whlch Had Matter ln Chargo Approved by War Secretary and Made Publlc. (Br Aaaochted t'resa.) WASHINGTON. April 22,-Secretary Root to-day approved the proceedlngs of tho board appolnte.1 to prepare tests of natlonal rlfte markmanahlp. Tho natlonal match 1? to bo ahot on Sep lembor 8th and 9th, 1903 at Seaglrt, N. J,. uid wlll bo open to teama of twelve men from the following: Tho army of the Unlted State*, one leam from tho troops etatloned wlthln each of tho milltary departments; tho Unlted Statoa navy, tho Unlted Statea marlne corp.i, tho Natlonal Ouard. and unlformed mlllUa of tho se-veral Statoa end Torrltorlna, Includlng th. BtoWegJ Columbla (ono from each Stato or Terri t0Tl?e prliei are to be: ^"V/intaflS maklng the hlghest aggregat.o total n [weTdaW contest "tho natlonal rophy Muthorlzed by act of Congreanl: to b* rompeted for annually. Si.OM; nnd ?uh...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 23 April 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. WEA THER FORECAST?Thursday, parih' cbudy. Printed Foulard SUks 50c. Yard. Thoy jouraeyed many a niilo boforo thoy camo to Richrnond. Woren in far-off Japan from pure silk, thoy started westWard for Lyons, in Southern France, where tho nowest Foulard designs wore prinled on thom, and then tlie westward journey taken np again unfaj thoy rcachcd our countors-and here they are, about as pretty a silk for "shirtwaist Suits as wo know of, aud very reasonably priced at 500, Thov'rc 23 inchos wiae. Black Girnadines, 75c. 42 Iriohcs wlde, ln nnrrow and medi um strlpcs. very lustrous nnd drossy. Black Taffeta, 59c. [19 Inehes wlde., good Jet black, etrong and lustrous. Wash Taffeta*, 39c. 13 Inehes wlde. aolld grounds, wlth nsrrow strlpas of whlte, rosedn, fin. yroy nnd llght bluo. | Por.gee SUks, 75c, to $1.59. Pongces are very fashlonablo thls I aeason. Pongees for Waists, Pongecs I for Sklrts, Pongeos for Dresses. \ Striped Tussah, 49c. 1,1 lnchcs ...

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. — 24 April 1903

fSSSSSk fSundId tt I WHOLE NUMBER,. 16,223. RICHMOND. VA.. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903. 4$. PRICE TWO CENTS. sumry of oars news FORECAST. WASHINGTON. April 23.?Forecast for Friday and Saturday; Vhginia?Fair, wanner Friday; increased cloudiness; variable wind*. North Cafollrta? Fair, warmer Friday. Battu day fair, wanner In the Interior; Variable winds, becoming east and fresh. Continued hleeeftht, though chilly, v.? ;it In r v;:i9 the bn of Richmond vcstcr day The forecaster predicts that It will bo fair to-day ?nd somewhat warmer. To? morrow clouds aio expected to gather. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER, ? ?. .M. 49 32 M. 52 8 P. M. ?2 ?? V. ??. GO ? P. XI. 62 12 midnight . 60 Average.641-o Highest temperature yesterday. 02 Lowest tcmpcraltirs yesterday. 47 Mean temporaturo yealerday. 66 Nui mal temperature lor April. 65 Departure from normal temperature oo Precipitation during past 24 hours... ,mI MINIATURE ALMANAC. April 24. 1903. Pun rises.6125 I HIGH TIDE. Run soli.G:51 I Morning.2:16 Moon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 April 1903

COUNTRY'S UNITY EDUCATORS' SLOGHI {Continued from First Page.) rained on, nnd n-n? P" ovstcom* by tiio punte of the al ?irrfllty of the sacrif?ci that he laughed outright, leaving Ms audi? ence tei pu'." .11 '.he point. It did this readily nnd laughed heartily. REPORTS FROM THE HELD. Agents of Southern Bo.ir.-I Make Most Encouraring Roports Tho. morning session began at 10 o clock, Mr. Ogden presiding. The flr=t speaker wag Mr. Joseph B. ("irnhim. flf-td ngont ?of the Southern Education Roani In Ala? bama. ' Mr. Graham bas born engaged In this work etnee .lune o? last year. He Is a Commonwealth's attorney In Alabama, and Is engaged In his work ns such about six months of tbo year: the re? mainder of the year Is given to making a vlgorou.?. campaign f"r popular educa? tion, Mr. Graham has visited twenty-two counties and has dollvrr-d four addf?se?a In each county within the past eleven months. The speaker gave somo illustrations of how the people, oven In remote sections of tho Plate...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 April 1903

(Continued From Second Page.) differences. Let what .-ir-npin Unit may eioct to do otherwise tho Directives, both or the North and of the Smith, to-day believe In factories Quito as much as in pantheons. In energy more than In In MiiestH rind In SChool'llOU*"?? more than tu graves. A spent, quarrel, not of our multine und not uf yours, shall not be revived or reworked to the unmaking of father of us. We will filially hor, ,r the Windes of our ancestors, hut we will not. ??ut OlirselVpS among their tombs, WO Will ppnnr as children their parents, the sur? vivors of the struggle between the Slate.*. May their days and ours bo still long In 1he hind Wltlbh the Lord nnd our God gave to them?nnd to us. The fullness and the fervency ami tho faith of that prayer shall not, however, affect the fact that to the men of each generation be? long tho moiety of the titillo.? and tho whole of the destiny of that generation. Our fathers fought out tho questions Which their rorefathere left unsettled...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch Vublinrte?! Dally end Weekly ftl No- ? North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 2?. 1M3, at Rich mend, Vs., ai Second-Class Matter, under Act of Con orem of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold ?t S cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold et ? cents ? copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? ? centi a month, $6.00 o year, S250 for *lx months, $1.30 tor three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mat!, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Ml? eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 1B cents per week. The SUNDAY TIV.E8-DISPATCH. /by Carrier, 5 cents per week. .?.au The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1.00 year. ?. .. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. . Rejected Communications will not oe returned unless accompanied by stamps? Uptown Office nt T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. THE PRIMARY PLAN. The General Assembly Is making slow progress with the bill to legalizo primary elections. Wo sincerely hope that this docs not mean that the bill will go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 April 1903

EXPOSITION IS MINER Jamestown Bill Passed by tho Senate Yesterday. TWENTY-TWO VQTES FOR IT Mr. Keczcll Makee a Strong Effort to Defeat It?Game Law Passed by tho House?Other Legislative Matters. Tho Jamestown Exposition bill yester? day passed tho Senate of Virginia by a vote of 22 to 11, and, having already passed the Houso of Delegates, It now requires only the approval of the Gov? ernor to make tho bill law. As Is very generally known, the measure o3.rrles a conditional appropriation of law.'wj) payable In 1004 and KXXj. after satisfac? tory evidence that the company haa ? raised %2?>?? before the first quarter of the appropriation Is available, and an additional $*.fyj,0W beforo tho remainder can be claimed. The pannage of the bill was accom? plished after a debate of nearly an hour nnd a half. Twcnty-ono votoa were re 'oulred, so that tho voto actually cast loft n mirgln of ono more than actually ne? cessary. Senators Cogblll and Watklns, ?f whoso attitude there wan some doub...

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. — 24 April 1903

WATTERS TO HANG TO-DAY Governor Montague Refuses to Commute Sentence. WARREN IS ACQUITTE!) Count Von Oriola, Commander of the German Cruiser Gazelle, Now al Newport News, Visits and In? spects Norfolk Navy Yard. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA:, April ' SS.?Governor Montague rcfiisexl to Interioro to stop the hanging of tho negro, Sam Wnttcrs. if there Is no change In the doclslon, the execution of tlio murderer of Charles R. Hunter, or T. J. Allen. In a negro dive . hero, will occur In the Jail yard to-mor? row. C. M. C. Doran went to Richmond to Induco Governor Montague to com? muto the sentence to Imprisonment. The case nnd the lOqnest Mere considered, and tho Governor declined to commute the sentence. On the receipt of tho news Mrl'yor Rlel dick sent the following telegram to Gov? ernor Montague: "Citizens of Norfolk would bo satisfied with commutation of dent h sentence of Walters to life impris? onment." This message was sent nt the request of tlio attorney, ..ir....

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. — 24 April 1903

MINERAL Leases to Large Tracts Lands in Threo Counties Recorded. FARMERS ARE ORGANIZING Great Preparation? for tho Carnival to Be Held in Raleigh from May 4th toGth-Largo Parades and Prizes Offered. (Special to The Tlme?-Dl?p?tcb.) RALEIGH, N. C, April 23.?Leases and options on large tracts of lands m Waao, Johnson and Ponder counties to tho Sea Luurd Steel and Iron Company, of New York, aro being recorded In the oltlce ot the Wako county register of deeds, the lands being situated along the Raleigh and Cape Fear Railroad. The leases con? voy for a term of twenty years tlio priv? ilege of prospecting and mining for Iron and any and all kinds of mlneials, also fossils, tho lesaoee to receive one-fourth of the profit on Iron ore and ton per cent, on any other minerals, etc., found. The louses wero secured through E. W, Lyon, of Uullfurd. It Is understood that purlieu Interested feel confident of Unding largo and valuable deposits. Colonel J. S. Cuulngham, of Person county, who Is hero...

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. — 24 April 1903

EDUCATORS AT BAZAAR Entertained In True Old Vir? ginia Style Last Night. THE MENU WAS DELICIOUS Crowd Present Last Night Largor Than Any Since the Opening?Notes and Gossip?The Programme This Evening. The Confederate Bazaar. April 24th?Mississippi Day. AFTERNOON, 4*3? to 7 o'clock Children's Character March, In costume, under the direction of Mrs. George A. Lyon, for tho bene? fit of the Solid South Table. Fancy Dances. Vocal Solos. French and English Recitations. EVENING, at 8:30? Dolly Varden Tableaux, for the Mississippi Table; Mrs. James A. Welch, chairman. May-Pole Danco to follow, in which Uie dancers drilled by Miss Coleman will bo Misses Grace Sutherland, Dorothy Anne Christian, Genevi?ve Lathrop, Emily Triplett Montague, Virginia Roddy Whiteley, Georgia Eleanor Wingfield, French Wippermann, Linda Holmes Beveridge, Archie Joynes, Peachy Lyne, Lizzie Clay? ton, Minnie Bolton, Mary Chal? mers, Gertrude l Crenshaw, Nannie Patton, Katherine Gunn and Gwen dolin Rutherfoord. The di...

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. — 24 April 1903

BIG O?FT TO Carnegie Donates $600.000 to Endowment Fund. ONLY ONE RESERVATION That Is That Provision Be Made from Gift for Wants of Booker Washing? ton, Whom Ho Torma a v Modern Moses. (By Asuodsted'Press.) NEW YORK, April 23.?The trustees of the Tuskegeo Normal and Industrial Institute In Alabama have received $600 OO0 towards tho endowment fund from Andrew Carnegie, who attended the re? cent meeting In behalf of the Tuskegoe Institute, where ex-President Grover Cleveland presided. The( trustees will meet soon to take formal action In ac? cepting the gift, and at the same time to take measures to still further Increase tho endowment. Mr. CJarneglea letter conveying the gift reads as follows! New York, April 17, 1903. William H. Baldwin, Jr., Trustee: My Doar Friend,?I have instructed Mr. Franks, my cashier, to deliver to you aa tiuiiteo of tho Tuskegoo Institute, six hundred thousand dollars, five per cent. United Slates Steel Company first mort? gage bonds, towards the endowment f...

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. — 24 April 1903

BRIEF RISE IN PRICES Realizing of Profits Produced Profound Dullness. MONEY IS MUCH EASIER Time Loans Made at Five Per Cent Sharp Advance in Northern Secur? ities?Market Closed Dull and Heavy (n.r ?hneln tea Pre???.) KKW YOIiK, April ?.*?.?Members of tho New York Stock Exchange were anxious to Inaugurate the? trading In their new building with nn upward movement of prices for the .cime; reason thnt nn ex? perienced nurse wish to carry ? new horn baby upstairs before it shall take ? down? ward trip. Apparently ? very brief up? ward movement wns sufTlrlent to satisfy the solicitous thnt the "hoodo," which has popularly been supposed to hang DVer the market since the exchange hns been In the temporary tiunrters, hns been shaken off. At nil events, the rise In prices proved too tempting for those long of stocks to resist, and they began to relievo them? selves of their holdings nnd to realize profits. The most notable effect of this turn of affairs was the profound dullness which It pro...

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. — 24 April 1903

;?i?| _ H ONE GENT ? WORD. "? MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance ??? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING OREfiTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 23 Gents, Cash In Advance ONE GENT A WORD. m im m ?? HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, ??????? OR COLORED PEIt nnti to wait on sick lady anil stnv place nt night. Apply at 122 North Twentieth Street. .WANTED. LADIES TO MAKE NECK wenr from ?ampin, $7 to $12 weekly, ex. perlenen not necessary. Send self-ad? dressed stamp envelope. IDEAL M FU. CO.. 508 W. 133d St.. Now York. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. .WANTED, POSITION AS STENOGRA pher or Book-keeper by a young lady. Address W. D. L, care this office. HELP WANTED?MALE, WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL branches. H. C. HELPER, 152 Columblu Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTRD. EXPEHIRNCED CLOTHING SALESMAN. Apply S. E. DUGOINS. 2 West Brond Streot. WANTED, PRRSS FEEDERS! EITHER boys or girls; experienced hands pre? ferred. Apply BAPTIST & PICOT, 10G 107 Governor Street. WANTED, A TRAVELING SAL...

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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. — 24 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WE A THER FOR EC A S ??Friday, fair and warmer. ?OUR FINE? Dress Robes Are Economically Priced. -Many a Woman in Richmond -would like to wear a Dress Robo but she doesn't even allow herself to think about it on account; of the jbigk prices usually charged for these garments. ?rust banish the idea of our price- entirely from your mind until after you look at our Robes?and then you'll find the .figures much lower than what yon formerly thought Robes like those would be. Lace and Net Robes $19.00 to. $35.00. Pongee Robes $19.00 to $29.00. Voile Robes $19.00 to $35.00. Wash Robes $7.98. to $19.00. French Hand Made Underwear and Childrens Dresses. "We are tho only houeo in Richmond that carries French hand mode goods of this discription. An elegantly made night rown of ? French nainsook Cornet Cover, French nainsook trimmed in hand \ hand embroidered in French Knots embroidered Frenen knots with ? mi m ? h. ? jt _ ? ribbon drawn through daint.v but- ? wl...

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. — 25 April 1903

tMft-ft K8S888 (ft I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,224. RICHMOND, V__., SATURDAY, APRIL? 2.5, 1908. PRICE TWO CENTS, SUMRY DF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON, April M.-Forecast for Saturday n?id Hunday: Virginia?Showers Saturday; partly cloudy and cooler Suiidny, fresh south wln.ls, becoming in,? i invest. North Ctirnllnii-Clnuily Saturday, with phowcrs In Interior; warmer In east por? tion. Sunday cooler ami partly cloiidv, with flhowers in nnsi portfonj light to treeh Kotith winds, beeomlrig northwest. Yesterday wirn a pleasant, day. the fore Caster being cOrreci In his prophecy. Lain ft night, however, rain began to fall heavily. Showers me predicted for to? day. To-morrow It will be partly cloudy mid ?cooler. STATIC Ol?' THE THERMOMETER, ? ?. M. 49 ???.?'?.'?''.!?!!!!.','!!!?!!!!?!!"!!?!?1?"*!!'???! ?? ? ?, ?. CO ? ?. ?. BS 12 midnight .? ? vr rago.G? Highest temperature yesterday. Lowest temperature yesterday. 41 Mean temp, tutine yesterday.PI Normal temperature for April.I? Departure from ...

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. — 25 April 1903

where the next Conference shall be held, and to arrangi the programme for It: "President O? the Conference ex officio chairman: Mr. ?. B. Valentine, Rloh ?enond: Mr. James O. Brown. North Carolina: Chanc'llor R- B. Fulton, ot the University of Mississippi; President B. C. CAldwell. Plate Normal School of ?j?mlslaTin; Ruper|iitr?nnent J. B. Olbson. of Columbi!?, On.; "President D. F. Hous? ton, S. and M. College. Texas; President J*ssee. of the University of Missouri; Superintendent O. P. Glenn, of Jackson? ville. Fin.; Stato ?Superintendent Myn fler?, of Tennessee: President E. A. Sny rte.r, of Wofford College, Spartanburg, 8. C. Committee on Ttesoutlons: Richard Wfitson Glide/?, editor of "The Cen? tury"; United States Attorney-General John B. Knox; K. C. Pronsnn. of Geor? gia: Stato Superintendent Joyncr, of North Carolina! B, C. Sar.ford, of Knox? vllle, Tenn. Dr. Lyman Hall. The first spenlcr of tho morning was Dr. Lyman Hall, president of the Geor? gia Institute of Technology, ...

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