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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 25 April 1903

BAER SAYS NOTJUILTY Charter Granted Before Con? stitution Was Adopted. IS INVIOLATE. HE CLAIMS Willing to Go Before Any Court on Any Process and Prove His Statements. Hearing Before the Interstate Commerce Commls&lon. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, April ill.?President Baer, of tho Philadelphia and Reading Rail? road, wns a witness to-day beforo the Interstate Commerce Commission at tho hearing on tho complaint of W. R. Hoarst against tho coal-carrying rail? roads. President Bacr said the Philadelphia end Reading Cual Company and the Philadelphia Reading Railway Company are operated by voting trusts, tlie per? sonnel of which aro different, except that J. P. Morgan ls a member of both. Contracts existed signed by him as presi? dent of the railway company and as president of tho coal company. He said 01 per cent, of tho output of tho anthra? cite mining region ls owned by the coal carrying railroads, and 21 per cent. Ib controlled by tho Philadelphia and Read? ing Railway. Mr. ...

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. — 25 April 1903

The Timers-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Ve. entered January 27, 1903. at Rich? mond, Va., a? 8eewid-Claee Matter, under Act of Con* ? oree? of March 3, 1B79. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold ?t 2 cent? a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ?old at ? cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by man? ti cent? a month, $5.00 a year, $2-W> for alx month?, $1.60 for three month?. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $200 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? cluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY THV-E3-0ISPATCH, by Carrier, S cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. . . Rejected Communications will not Be returned unless accompanied by ?tamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. SATURDAY, APRIL 25. 1>(?. OROWINQ IN FAVOR. Several Interesting letter? havo re? cently been received by a citizen of Richmond from distinguished lawyers, approving tho Tor...

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. — 25 April 1903

? Pf I*?*! u Uk ONE CENT WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash in Advance THESE AR?TKS WOND??R WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. HELP WAl*rrED?FEMALE. WANTED,' A WOMAN TO COOK AND do genernl liouso work. Apply No. 18-12 West Franklin Street. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL brnnchos. H. C. BELBER, 152 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED, EXPERIENCED CLOTHING SALESMAN". Apply S. _. DUGGINS, 2 West Broad Street. WANTED. A TRAVELING SALESMAN, covering Virginia and North Carolina, to take a sble line; p good seller. Ad? dress P. O. Box fiS2, city. WA NTED. PL A IN, NEAT WRITER, copy letters home. $12 weekly. Bend self-addressed envelope for ?ample let? ter. VER1TZAN TYPEWRITER COM? PANY, 34 Park Row, New York. WANTED, 1.7) MEN. WHITE OH COL ored, to work In our mines In Virginia; wages ll.?? per day; transportai Ion fur? nished. Meet me at Pino nnd Can? Streets Snturdav, April 25th, 0 o'clock A. M. J. C. MORTON. COLORED LABORERS WANTED FOR excavation on B. ...

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. — 25 April 1903

NEW PASTOR WELCOMED Plan for Securing Road Im? provement In Essex Adopted 'TAX ON DOGS TO BE USED Judge R. H. L. Chlchester, While Riding Into the City on Horseback, Had a Narrow Escape from a Very Serious Accident. (Special to Tlio Timefi-Dlepatcli.) FREDEIUCXSBURG, VA., April 24.? The M?thodiste of this city last night wel? comed their new pastor, Rev, J. S, Hutch? ison, and Mrs. Iltltchlson, nnd Rov. S. B. (Lolly and his wife. Mr. Dolly ls a jannuatod minister who recently come here i to resido. Tho reception was hold in tho ?Bundny-sohool room of the church anil |"Wae largely attended, not only by mom ?bere of tho Mothodlst denomination but by many others. The exercises were held ?under tho auspices of the Epworth [??League, Mr. Everett Coinpton presiding. [Rev. Dr. J. S. Dill, pastor of the Daptlst fChurch, participated In the pngramme. f At?drofKies wore delivered in behalf of I the church by Messrs. P. V, D. Conway 'nnd W. L. Brannan, and rerrponscs made j by Rov. Mr. Hutchis...

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. — 25 April 1903

CLAYTOrS BILLj;AILS Senate Kills General Dispen? sary Measure. HOUSE HAS LONG SESSION Bill Offered to Lay Additional Strictures Upon Liquor Distillers?Move to Have Congress Advertise tho Jamestown Exposition. The Senate yesterday had the longest Bitting of the session, continuing from noon until 2:45 P. M. The entire time was consumed in the discussion ot tho general dispensary bill, ofTered by Mr. Claytor, ot Bedford, and which camo up on Its third reading as a special and continuing order. The Senate first nmendod the bill s'a hs to give the State one-fourth Instead of ono elghth of the profits of dispensaries In tlio event the bill should pass, that amend? ment being proposed by Mr. Wlckham, of Hanover, The amended bill was then ex? haustively discussed, anel the pending question, the engrossment of the bill, or? dered. The Senato refused hy a vote of ?S to ? to engross the bill, and Mr. Wlck liam's motion to reconsider was rejected, thus lulling- the measure for the session. Thi...

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. — 25 April 1903

LIBRARY FOR OPERATIVES Handsome Gift of the Owner of the Pilot Cotton Mills. MISS AYCOCK IS BETTER Daughter of tho Governor Has Been III With Appendicitis?State Sunday School Convention to Meet in Kinston. (flppclitl to Tfc? TimM-niFpntcti.* RALEIGH, N. C, April 24.-Mr. W. H. Williamson, owner of the Pilot cotton mills' here, will meet a large library And hall for tbe use of the operatives. It will be throe stories. The first Hoot ?will be a store, the socond reading rooms ami library, and the third Moor a public ball. The Womnn'8 Home Missionary So? ciety of the North Carollnn Methodist Conference met here this morning. Mrs. Underwood, of Elizabeth City, Is presi? dent. Among the visitors are Miss Davis, of Dallas, Tex., who was one ot the first deaconesses In the Methodist Church; Mrs. Kendall, of Owensboro, Ky., and Rev. Dr. Blair, editor of the Western Christian Advocate, of Greensboro, who will preach the annual sermon before tbe conference Sunday morning. There are twenty subs...

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. — 25 April 1903

DEALINGS WERE SMALL Professional Element Disap? pointed at Failure to Rise. TENDENCY DOWNWARD Only a Few Stocks of Any Prominence Got Moro Than a Point Away from Thursday's Closing Lev?l?The Bond Market Irregular. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORIC. April 24.-DoaIlngs In stocks fell back again to-day to near the low level, partly, as a result of dis appointment of professional trading ele? ment over the failure of tho removal to tho new exchange building to stimu? late activity. Tho falling off In deal? ings was attributed to the banishment of a class of tnidors who used the lobby of tho old exchange and directed their trading over the railing. The dullnesi of to-day's rnnikot was only equalled by Ils Inertia. Only a few stocks of ojiy prominence gol a itoltit away from last night's closing price. Tho tendency of tho market was downward? early In the day. Somo depression of sentiment was caused by tho disapproval of the newly Inaugurated freight rates from Chicago to New York on tho p...

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. — 25 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. WE A THER FORECAST?Saturday, partly cloudy. The Newest Ideas In Semi-Made Dresses. Peoples that have scon tlio latest ideas in semi-mado dresses in the Larger cities north of us have boon very agreeably surprised at the remarkable difference in prices?always in our favor?between our robes ?and others of similar quality and stylo anywhere else. "We asked you yesterday to defer judgment on our prices unti* nfter you had seen the robes, We believe there's never been a similar exhibit at such little prices ever seen in Richmond. Wash Rcbes, Pongee Robes, Net Robes, Lace Robes and Voile Robes, The Prices Begin al $7.98 and run to $35.00. All Silk Cravenette Umbrellas $3.50. They are absolutely water proof. You could take ?a bucket of water and ponr it inside the umbrella ?and tho water would run off tho ?nme as it would off an oiled or rubber coat. "Cravenottes" for either men or women. Plain na? tural, "wood handles.... Twilled gloria umbrellas for ...

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. — 26 April 1903

EDIT0R1AL SECTION. THE TIMER. FOUNDED ItSO THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1830. W HOLE NUMBER, 16,225. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, APItlL 28,1003. THREE SECTIONS. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LEADING EVENTS OF THE WEEK TOLD BY THE ARTIST'S PENQL. To Announce Close of a Cen tury of Inland Empire. IMPRESSIVE SPEGTACLES Outline of Three-Day Programme to Celebrnte Centertniol at St. Louis, Presldent Leads and Diplomatic Corps Will be Present. (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ST. I.'Jl IS, April 25.?A sulute of one hundred guns wlll announce to the world st noon, April 20th, tho close of the flrst t'-ntury of an Inland empire that Na poleon sold for a sor.g. One r,t* tho most Impresslvo milltary' Fipcctaclea of peacetul tlmes wlll ?weep through the metropolla of tho Loulslaha dortaln?a gllttcrlng display of Amerlcan nriiiH. ut the zenith of tho Hepubllc's pow Klngs. emp"ror.i nnd potontates send Ihclr embassadors to swell the homnge of thla people to tha genius that, by blood Ic-kb conqucst, gavo to the country ...

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. — 26 April 1903

THE STAIUS OFSENATE Alembers Whose Terms Ex plre January lst Next. SOMEWHOWILLRUNAGA1N Others Contemplate Retlrtngfrom Pub? lic Llfe-Thoso Who Will Be Op? posed for Nomination. Some Unccrtaln. The torms of nlneteen members of the State Sonate wlll cxplro on January lst tioxt, nnd thero ls also a vucancy ln the Thlrty-seventh Dlstrict. dut to the death of .Dr. George W. Le Cato. all of whlch must be nlled at the Novomber electlon. Tho terms of all tha Scnators from the even number distrlcts wlll ex plre wlth tho present yoar/and thelr auc ccssors aro to bo chosen for four years. Here la tho 11st of tha Sonatora who may or may not bo returned after this sossion: R. P. Bruce. dlstrict of WIst, Lee, nnd Scott. Edward Lylo, dlstrict of Roanoko clty, Montgomery, Cralg aud Roanoke ooun Ues. E. J. Harvcy, dlstrict ot Patrlck, Car roll and Grayson. George B. Keeiell, diEtrlct of Rock Ingham. S. L. Lupton, dlstrict of Frederlck nnd Rhenandoah. Thomaa D. Gold, dlstrict of Clarke Pago and Warre...

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. — 26 April 1903

M___a_MaWaEattMaJiMaW^^ Thalhimer's. A _THalhimer'_s. THalhimer's. ThalHimer's. THalHimer's. THalHimer's. There is No Collection to he Found Blsewhere Equal to Our Showing in For This SpHng's Buslness Wc have Made Bxtra Purchases and Invite You to See Them. These are a Few of the Many Specials and Prlces Offered for this Wcck's Selllng. Tailor=Made Suits. Have you vlsltcd our Sult Dcpartment thc last week? lf not, you are missing many clcgant opportunltles to sccurc one of our wcll-tullorcd garments at reduccd flgurcs. Thc rcductlon of ten per cent. tu twcnty-flvc per cent. in all Tuilor-Made Cloth Suits keeps thc dcpartment hustllng. All-Wool Chrvlot ;u,d F.tnmlne Ruit fjbntfl, mado ln J u kel ((I( Cl nnd blouso stylo. now Mare nklrt. unllned or made over rhefCerlzed drop Bklrt, ontlre sult nlcely trlmmed nnd well tallored, only $in. Wnlklng nnd Dross Sulis. plalri broad cloth iind fancy mlxtures, collarlcss Silk Waist News Whlto nnd Blacit Jap. Slik WfliatB, wlth fagot trlmiiilng,...

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. — 26 April 1903

Tho Timcs-Dispatch Publlehed Dally ?nd Weekly at No. ' North Tenth Street, Rlchmond. Va. Bntered January 27, 1903, nt Rlch? mond, Vs., es Second-ClaM Matter, under Aet of Con ' press of March S, W9. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH lt ?old ?t S cent* a oopy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 18 ?old at 5 cents a eopy. DAILY TIMES-DISP?.TCH by mall ED cents a mohih. *5.00 a year. $2.50 for elx months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by man, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, lf?? cludlnjg Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per 'The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Crr.-ier, 5 cents per week. k h{it?m Thc WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. ... t,? All Unslgned Communtcatlons wlll be rejccled. ,, , h? Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not. do returned unless accompanled b* starnps. Uptown Offlce at T. A. MILLER S, NO. 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAY. APRIL 26. 1903. DR. ABBOTT'S V1EW. Thc addrosa mado nlght bofore last before tho Education Conforence by Lyman Abbott wns noteworthy ln soveral respecti. ...

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. — 26 April 1903

GREAT RACE FOR GOVERNOR Many Strong Candidatcs Wlll Enter. 10 liE'VERY LIVELY BATTLE! General Ayers First to Formally An nounco Hi'sCandidacy, but Willard, Ellyson, Atderson, Swanson and Others fvay Bo in Final Heat. Whlle tho gubirnatorlal battlo of 11)05 Ls a long way ln tho futujo, and whllo great many chejgea may tako placo be? foro It Ib flnall- fought out beforo tho poppld', yot ohoithlng iiooms thus oarly BCttled hcyond my roammnhlo doubt, nnd that Is, that lt \lll l.n ono of tho llvellcflt wflnessed lu tli Stato ln many years, whoover shall h tho candldates ln tho last heat, and wiatoyor shall bo tho ultl mnte roault lt wlll bo tb flrst real Stato battlo Biibsoqucnt to tho golng- into cffoct of iho new consttHlondl condltlons, and by tlie tlmo It Isconductcd tho llnes wlll hnve hcon full eetllod, and tho Ignornnt and vlclous Vtn wlll havo bceh ollml rntod from nl partles, nnd ln ev-ry boc llon of the oldCohimonwealth. So lt wlll bc ln nll llkllliood rt oontcst hotwoen polltl...

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. — 26 April 1903

The week Jt?,ct beginning will be a week of weddings, some very elegant ceremo? nials bolng inc?'-'ded In the weekly calen? dar of events. .Aside from the 'veddlngs, tho entertain? ments will bo lingual In number und bnl ?ianey, the production of ''Charley's Aunt" and "Chopsticks and Splkens" nt the Academy for Wednesday tho 29th? the Kentucky Musicale at the Masonic remple for April 2Sth; the reproduction of the Museum of Freaks for tho evening of May 1st nt tho Temple and the Tjrll llnnt German to be given the sfune even? ing will furnish ampio occupation to en? gago tho thoughts of society people, May-Day fall? this year on a Friday. It is a day for tho practicing of love charms and Innocent merry-mnifclng, though tho month of May, by a Roman superstition, Is considered unlucky for weddings. Probahly this Is beciiuf*i the {estivata of Bona Don nnd tho forints of the dead wero held in Mny, a survival of which Is found In the fact that Mny Is "Memorial month" in tho South. On May-D...

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. — 26 April 1903

~vv 'V7 (Contlnued from Blxth Rago.) tntlons dlBtrlbUled among tbo genllemeh and the ladles, each ativlatleh MSlgned lo a gentleman tiiiding US compleincnt In the words wrllten on the rIIjI held by the lady, After th<> Rentlernefi had found their fates by meanfl of thls lllerary lot tery, thoy wero grouped al'mo and each plven a pllp of pnper nnd fetjUlred to wrlte n deocrlptlon of tbo young lndy whom fortuno lm.rt BJrtigPed hlm, aven oVscrlbltig her dros*. Theso descflptlona ?were then rend aloud. the young lndy de acrlbed stnndlng while Ihe ouloery was rend. Some of tlie prentloTr/en grew poet Ical and onlhuBlaatlO In th?lr portrnltnre of the young Indleq, of whnm in some canes they hnd hnd but n gllmpsn. Rome of Ihe efforlR to deflcrlba Iho BOHtUrnefl ?worn wero rtdlclllOUfl ln the extrem", nnd ?ome KtirprlHngly ncctirnte. At nll events, the writors of tim descriptlve f'*ms In every rn*o trled to bo compll montnry. nnd If they were mlxed on cblf fon, t u I lo. algrettPR and...

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. — 26 April 1903

SOCIETV IN NORFOLK Lunclicon ln Honor of Alfss Lambcrt. of St. Louls. SEVERAL CARD CLUBS The Monday Cnrd Club Was Entertained by Miss Rosa Myers at Her Resi dcnce in Bute St.? LastCo tilionofOld Point Club. (Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NOUtOLK, VA., April 20.?An attrac tlve luncheon was glven Tueaday by Mlsses Fannie and Mary Royster at thelr home In Ghent. The guest of honor wns Miss Lilllan Lambcrt, of St. 1-ouls. Cov ers woro lald for sl.x, and thoso present were Miss Liunbort, Miss Allce Kelly, Miss Ducy Baylor, Mlsa Bcssle Grandy and the Mlsses Royster. Mrs. J. Jett McCormlck entortalned at cards Tueaday afternoon at her homo In Vork Street. Mrs. McCormlck's guests woro Miss Lucy Dce Brooks, of Alexan drla, Miss Frozler, of Staunton; Mlsa Bosala Conrad. of Wlnchester; Miss Flor enco Wheat, of Borryvllle; Miss Jano Car? ter of Warronton; Mlas Klt Now blll, Miss Allce Willlams and Mlas Nclly Llt? tle. Tho Monday Cnrd Club was entertained by Miss Rosa Myors at her rosldencc ln...

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. — 26 April 1903

No Dearth of Prctty Glrls In Iho Contest for Queen. SUCCESSFUL AMATEURS The Players' Club Havo Beon Invlted lo Give Thoir Latost Success, "Wealth and Matrimony," In Bedford City and Elsewhere. ^Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ROANOKE. VA., Aprll 28,-Whether lt ls due to the weather or the many publto entertalnmcnts, lt ls not known,. but one or tho other has been the cause of mak? lng the post week a , blank bo far aa homo soclal functlons are concerned. There have beon any number of amall afTalrs, a tevr couples to play carda, or take supper, but no largo prtvate en? tertalnment. It ls BUggested that prob? ably thlB may be duo to the fact that tha weather has boen so wlntry that the la dios could not wenr thelr sprlng coatumea to entertalnments and they had laid away party drcsses worn bofore the be? ginning of tho Lcnlon season. Anyhow. there hua been no larga prlvate functlon and none schoduled for the near futura. The carnlval beglna on the 4th of May, and thero has boon a llvel...

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. — 26 April 1903

PUBLIC IS INDIFFERENT The Professlonal Traders Had Markct All to Themselves. DROP IN METROPOLITAN Prices Rose on Appcarance of Fnvora ble Bank Statement. but Eager De I sire to Sell at Advance Cause a Drop Dack to Lowest Level. (By Assoclatod Press.) NEW YORK, April 25.?To-day's stock markct gave abundant evldence t.liat the professlonal traders hnd it entlroly to themselves. Tho outslde publlo contlnued profoiindlv IndlfriTcnt to tho mniket. Somo stress waa Inld ln tho gosslp Of tlio Btreet upon .1 fenr that tlio sltuatlon creatod by Bussla's now demnnds ln Man cluirla mlght develop n crisls. Of moro Ifnmodlato effect was tho renowed Weak ness caused lu Metropolllatt Street Rail tvay bv tlio vcllod intlmatlons of matter l*br Investlgatlon i>v the dlstrict attorney s offlco In Iho nffairs of tho onrporatbm. Metropolltan Stroot Railway ltself droppod 3 polnts, Motropnlitan .securitles U. nnd the other local trnctlona a polnt or moro ln sympathy, T.ho markot wns mostly n wnltlng on...

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. — 26 April 1903

THE WEEK IN FINANCE Many Evcnts of Importancc Evcnluated ln Sevcn Days. H1GHER PRICES PREDICTED Gears Not Expected to Press Thelr Operations Further-Money Situa llon Has Materially Improvcd. Panama Indomnity to Be Pald. (Spoclnl to The Tlmes-iDlspatch.) NEW YORK, Aprll ?&.?The fliinnclal n>;o says: Tho devolopmciils of the week so fnr n-s thoy nJTeot tho futuro of tho nltuutlon ?w.-ro Inslgnlflcaht In cottiparlson wlth ti.e mnny ovenls of commerclnl and fltuin cl 1 {mportanco that have occurred dur? lng tho past Tiionth. Such news as bc enmo publlc was ot a fuvorahlo chnractor whlch wns roflccted hy a contlnuanco of tho upward movement In the stock mar? ket thnt set 'ln durlng the Intter pnrt of tho preccding week. A chnngo of specu? latlve ^wntlincnt w.-is apparont to tho most castial observcr of etock trnnsoc tlons; and whllo lt Ih dllllcult to forcenst thu futui'o of a market such as haa ox lstod slnce tho beginning of tho yonr, It ls nn ucknowledgod fact that many large t...

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. — 26 April 1903

-:, r, iuuulise nctivity of iho past two wceks has proven this great storo tho fl master of a power that must fill every Richmond buymg commumty With a fcisfaction for ecoiiomy thnt leaves ordinary chances far in the hnckground ?\nd these facilities nre not confincd to any class of goods, but extend to nlmost oi'v want You must come to the store in order to realize what is going on. That C.aim a Silka that aro as freo from the ordinary price-direotioni ns i{ this was (ho only silk storo in this country. Head tlns list, and tliftv constitnte but ono out of ien on sale. 50C. SILK CTUFFONS AND MOUSSELINE DE SOIES AT 29c. VAKD?1,000 ynrds, in wliito, blnck fthd erenm, ptire silk, best wearing qiialities. 75c. WHITE HABUTAI SILK AT 50c. YARD?21 picces. embroldered in dots and lignred deaigna, eoft and lttatrous, for whqle dressces and separntc waists. ? 81.00 MOIRE VELOURS AT 50c. .YARI>?To close .125 yards, white grounds, witli atrlpes, in _ pnlcat. tints, newest largo wjivo dosigna....

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