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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

LA TE NEWS: WANTPAQES. THREE SECTIONS. ??*MS:f8B8B!8!gS I whole number, 16,225. IUCI1MON D, VA., SUNDAY, APRIJL 20, inoi). PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUiMRY OF DflY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON. A|irll 2.-).-ForecaBt for Buiiday and Monday. Virginia?partly cloUdy fiunday, with Rhowers ln ftxlrome southoaBt portlon; codler ln we.st portlon. Monday falr, Wlnds boeomlng north and fresh. North Catollna?Falr ln west, ahowcrs ln east portlon Hundny; eooler, Monday falr: wlnds boeomlng nurthweat and freah, Umbrollas wore qulte popular the great er portlon of yesterday, but the weathcr otherwlso was pleasant, To-dny thero Wlll he showors ln tlio southoast, and Monday tlio Wcathor ls expt-cted to bo falr. STATE OF THE THEIIMOMETER. ? A. M.?,5 12 M. 68 B P. M. i. 69 5 1*. M.. 57 ) P. M.M 12 mldlilglit .M A Vcrago . W 1 -0 Hlghest tomporature ycBtordiiy. B9 Lowest tehiperaturo yesterday. r.l Mean lemperaturo yesterday. X"> Normnl lemperaturo (or April. fxi Departure from nornuii lomperature. 00 l'rec...

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. — 26 April 1903

th? confession of the 'lie" on wtdch th* H*v, Mr. Greaves uses hie hammer with such righteous vigor; ? _t*t?Mn?Kt? I, W. A. Itftsooe, make the following statement: I nm the man who am responsible for the Information iriven Mr. A. J. Prindlo that the lady whom he saw with Mr. Greaves last Bun day ?ftr>moon was not his wife. I do not know his wife, and do not know whether my statement was correct or not.; 1 made the statement that Robert Wrny tola m? thai the lady was another than Mre. Orea vea; I now retract that statement, it wp? Incorrret. I mnde the Statement that Numa W!net?md said the Isdv was not Mrp. Greaves; I retract that statement, It was Incorrect. I made ?h? statement that Herbert Morrison said the Indv was not Mrs. Gmnvep; I retract thnt statement. It was incorrect. The truth Is. I had no good reason for telling what I did, and am sorry I did f-o." CITIZENS TO THE RESCUE. fcNnt content with this. Mr. Greaves Ahmlts tho affidavits of four well-known eitirens thnt It wa...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

TMOUSANDS OF PIANOOWNERS llave lncrt-n*cd Ihe Useful ness of Thelr I'lnnos a "Thousand PoiJ ?# by Uslng The Piaiiota. REGINA MUSIC BOXES. A llniltlrs* repcrtolro. A vnsl, fund of good nnislo always ln your reacli. Marvellous Illusions Are Wroug'ht by The Victor Talking Machine< Ihe Acmc ol I'rnllsm RcJuccd to iMcclianlsm. PERFECT SATISFACTION SPELLS ECONOMY. -lf you wnnt, a Plano that wtfl never fail or diftappolht you, then choosc n Stelnway, Knabo, Hardnian, Standard, Kimball or Hainas. WALTER D. MOSES <& COMPANY, All tho Muslc of thn Old ontl Now World 103 I5AST UROAt) ST ME IT. COL. COBBE HAS BEEN RELIEVED (By Assoclated l?re:?s.) ADEN, ARABIA, April STi.-Brlgadler Gcneral Mnnning. after nn engagetnent wlth '"->o Mad Mullah's forces, has re lleved Colonel Cobbe. noar Gurnburu, Bimallland, forty mlles westv/ard of GaladL About 2.000 of the Mullah's mon wero kllled. Tho Brltlnh loss Is not known. PR1NCESS LOUISE KECONCILED TO FATHER (By Aaaoelafwl PrMia.) BERLIN. Apri...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

Bone Pains, Itching, Scabby .Skin Diseases. Bwelllnprs. Carbiinclc-s. Plmples. Pcrofnln Pcrmanently cured by taking Botahla Blood Balm. lt dcslroys the actlve poP r-on In tho blood. 11' YOU HAVE aches and palns ln bonos, back and jolnts, Itch? ing Scabby Skin, Blood feels hot or thln. i'wollon cilnnds. Rlslngs nnd Bumps on iho Skin, Mucus Patchea in Month, Soro ??hroat, Plmples, or offenslve eruptlohS, opper-colored Spots or rash on Skin, nll n-down. or nervous, Blcers on nny part of the body. Halr or Eyebrows falllng -ut. Carbuiicles or Bolls, tnko Botanic Blood Balm, Guaranteed to curo 'e\*en tho worst nnd most deop sented cases where dnctors.patent incdl cinis, nnd hot sprlngs fall. Henls iril t?ores, stops all aches and palns, reduces nll swellings, makes blood pure and rlch, complelely ohanglng tho entire body into b clean, healthy condltlon. \t. B. B. has rured t.housands of cases of Blood l'olson aven after reachlng the last stagcs. ,? Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczema iro caus...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

TRAVELERS' CONVENTION ^ ___ At Danvlllo Was an Enjoyable and Interesting Meeting. LYNCHBURG NEXT YEAR Travelers' Protective Association Never In a Moro Prosperous Condition, Splendid Reports Showing tho Progress During Year. (Special to The Tlnu?H-Dliiniitcb.. ?ANVILLE, VA., April 25.-Ono of tho best and largest Slate conventions of tho Travelers' Protective Association of Virginia Division, over held began its mooting on Frldfty last and occupied two ?Jays In tho hospitable city of Dan Villo, Va, The convention was called to order by President of Post E, of that city, Mr, E. W. Dlxon, and after prayer by tho Rov. Cleveland Hall, Post E's chaplain, address of welcome was mudo by the Mayor, Mr. Wooding, of Danvlllo, and re? sponded to by Colonel John S, llarwood, of Richmond, on belial,' of tho conven? tion. At tho conclunlon of those exercise? ; State President T. H. Beokwlth, of Peters? burg, took tho chair, announcing that tho twelfth annual convention of Virginia Division Travele...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

UNWRITTEN HISTORY Major John C. Alderson Re lates Intcrcstlng Chapters. LINCOLN BROKE PLEDGE HeHad Agreed Not to Call on Virgmin to Furnish Troops, but Pressure of Stnnton Was Too Great. The Conscquence. Tlie Tlmes-Dlspntch Bureaii, No. 1417 G Street, N. W., Washlngton, D. C. Aprll 23th. jrtnjor John C. Alderson, formcrly of West Vlrglnla, but now of Wall Street, aome tlmo nn offlcer ln the Confctlcrato nrniy, told mo a most remarkablc Btory nt tho New Willard to-dny relatlng to PTC-sldcnt Llncoln nnd .hls nttltudo nftcr the war towards tho States whlch had eecedod from tlio Unlon. "In Aprll. 1S05, Just after tho end of tho war," sald Mnjor Alderson, "I was Blttmg on tho porch of the resldence of Lleutcnant-Govcrnor Price. ln Lewlsburg, ln Grecnbrler county. I bad Just gotten home from tho army, and you may well belleve I waa enjoylng tbe rest and tho company of tbe prcttlest glrl tn the world, Governor Prlco's daughter. who was on Uie porch wlth me. "Whlle wo woro talklng." Mnjor A...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

STATUS OF THEIR WORK Leglslature May Not Adjourn on tho 15th of May. A DIVERSHY OF OPINION Many Thlnk That lf the Body Takes a Recess on tho Oate Named Much Work Will Be Left Un fmished. Although tho General Aascmbly has adoptcd a rosolutlon provldlng for a ro ceaa from May 15th until lato In the au tumn, there Is' now gravo doubt wbethcr tho Imperativo buslness beforo that body can bo dlsposcd of by dnto ngrced upon. Whlla thera are many who express the hopo that tho work can bo dlsposcd of j ln tlmo for adjournmont until October. thero Ir none who expreasea well ground- | ed, conlidcnco that thla wlll. bo dono. j Tho purpose of tho adjournment la to I pcrmlt tho coiiBlderatloji of the grent | mass of loglslatlon drufted by the atand- i Ing comralttces of tho two bodles to bt,, rovlsed nnd completed by the Committee on Finiil Hcvlnlon and Adjustment. Thla committeo wlll work In vacatlon, and n rosolutlon appropriatlng 17,500 to defray lts expenses has alrcady passed both houses. Wh...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

IS A DBSEASEl "Wlll-Power" Will Not Curo It. Drink tn tho erenteM enr*? of mtnfclftd. Muny k yonn? man of Rrontent promtse h?8 found tn? "SJnJionored rrnre of a dninkard lnatoafl or ?n iooornWe plno ln aoclety. i FhrrielnnB have long reeofmlted tnat eon .tlnned lndnlretice ln nlfehollc atlMOUnt* eanaea tho rtomach nnd dtgfStlvo nrcana to btrome <llto>*oed. In tbo TB?t mnjorttj- ot cnies, tbcrc fere, habltnal dnuiki>nnrs? ln n rh.T?lral iIIb e?M, anfl no nmoimt of raentnl rrsolre or , "falth rore" wlll caro lt. MANBNTLY. CCRI3 TKB DIUMt HAmT. M> rti??nteo "il? ern "rin rrt"ni n," m?n?J, i should tbo reroedr foll. I3ut lt norer tloet fllll "OBBIWE" in tnntilMis, 6dt>tltM nnd color Ifgn, ?cd can b? glven wlthout tbo f/nUent i Itioirledse tn ton. C"feie. unter or nillk. lt Vonea op thn dlaenaed ntonwh nnd fclret ? bmrtr appotlte nrfl J9M d:cr?tlon._ Membera of tbe W, 0. T. V., cUrcrBMi, ohr ?lolann nnd rmtillo m? nH orer the lnnd emloraa tbln wonderful romedr, Rav. Thoa. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. By Edward S. Rose Company, Real Estato Auctloneera. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FRAME COTTAGE NO. 10 SOUTH HARVIB STREET. By vlrtue'or" a ccrtnln dcd of trust datod 15th day of ApHI, 1002, of recorfl In the clerk'R offlce of Rlrhmnnd Chancery Court, D. 13. 173 B. pago 171, dofnutt havlng beon made In tho payment of the dobt thereby Becured, ftnd beln* requlrod hy thn benpflciary so to dn. 1 wlll bcII by auc? tlon, upon (ho premlsps. on MONDAY. APRII. 27. 1903, at 6 o'clock P. M.. the property numbored aa aliovo. Tho lot has n frontage of 28 feet on the west llno nf Hnrvle Street by a deptli of 140 0-12 feet; nlso a lot of 50V4 feet south of nnd ndjolnlng the above lot In tho renr. The dwelllng Is nttractlva In dealgn and unusually well arranged nnd constructod. TERMS?Cnflh bb lo exponsea r.f aala, all past due taxes. and balance due on notes of $1,719.18, thn reslduo an may bo named at tlmo of Fitle. EDWARD S. ROSE, Truateo. N. B.?Tho nbove property wns sold by auctlon o...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

GKE GEKT MIHIMUM GKARQE 25 Ganls, WCRD. Cash in Advance! THESE ME THE WONDER WORKINO WANT ADS. THAT m\m eHEATEST RESIIITS. ONE cHAnQE CENT A CashinAdva::cB WOROt HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED A COLORED WOMAN TO cook and oloa.n house. Apply 1210 t.rovo Avenue Monday. LADIES HVF.HYWHERE, COR* LET* ters. homo evenlr.gs, nnd return t? us; we pav $20 thouaand. cash; new plan; Bteady. work. Send nddrosscd i-nvelcre. full parllculnra. QUARANTEE CO., Dept. S. 101, Philadelphla. Pa._ WANTED. LADY WITH SOME Ex? perlence wnnts a posltlon as stoiiograph cr or offlce osslstnnt. Address \\..*o. 10 North Beech Street, clty._ WANTED YOUNG LADIES AND MEN bMwor.il 'nl-s U ?ndn21. for.Tlieatrlcn TVunlnMS Address IHE DE RIEU BROS.," care of Timoa-Dlfipft-tch Otrico. w"anted vorxi; "lady steno ORAPHER for temporary posltlon. None but thoroughly' proflclenl, need .nbtny. Addreea J. D. BARNETTE, Carrler No. $25 6U1CKLY MADE BY LADIES AND gentlemon ln pleaaanl homo Work noth liic to buy or sell! no eanvfuwlnf...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

Ono of the essentlals ol the happy hotnes of to-day la a fund of vj^ Information as to rlght living and the best ,methods of promoting health and happiness. With proper knbwledgo, each hour of recreatlon, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribnte to that eud and are of not lese value than the uslng of the most wholesome foods and the selectlng of the best mediclnal agents when ueeded. With the well-lnformed, mediclnal agents are used only when nature needs asslstance and while' tho importance of cl eanslng the system effectually, when blllouB or constipated, has long been __Wttj yet until wlthln recent years it was, necessary to resort to oils, salts, extrocta of roots, barks and oUier cathartlcs whlch were found to be objectlonablo and to call for constantly Increased quantltics. , _ vn Then physlcians having learned that the most excellent laxatlve \Sjs, and carmlnative principles were to be found in certaln planto, >K princlpally ln the lcaves, the Californla Fig Sy...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

HOUSE HAS NO QUORDM No Scsslons of tlio Senate on Yesterday. ANTI-TRU5T BILL OFFERED Mr. Fulton Presents Ono Whose Pass age Would Prevcnl All Combinations of Business .ind Would Reenact Wharton Insurancc Law. Thc Sennte waa not In sesslon ycnter dny. nml tlio Houso ndjnurned ehortly after meetlng on account of the absenco of a aunruni. A resolutlon was adopted provldlng that herea.ter tho body ment nt noon Instend of 10 o'clock, becuuse Us cnlendrtr work ls prctty well .up, nnd ln order to allow tho cominlttcos to liuvo more tlme for thoir labot-s, An efforl wns made by .Mr. Churchman 16 eecure the better attendance of mem? bers tlirougli o resolutlon cuttlng off leaves of absenco after May lst, but lt was fliiiilly Wlthdrawn. bo general was 1he opposltlon whlch developed. Thero were several bllls offered, but only one was Of more than local Inter -?st Thls Was by Mr. Fulton, of Wlne, Lftd It was In the nature of a sweeplnir ? ntl-trust mensure. Its passage would havo the elTei-t ot...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

OTCmiOND, VA., SUNDAY, APREL 2(>, 1903. ke) ^, MTrl-_l M '?-, ?_. / VL **^ 's^~^~~z~?iZ--*<d,^^ c>^sw_ \/"*_. ?_?>; n Bd ff?D? ___g___a_ [_3(B_Fco)CP(? Ei? Srite (Fcdo0 Eoorops Chollie decicfes to buy it for Maud, J'JlyiM be a constant reminder of mel" The first setback was the conductor's stern refusal He wafked and carricJ the dog to the ferty. It woke up a little on the boat. Grtfting to Maud's house was rather difficult The- neighbor s all knew when he arrived. 'Tve brought you sonnething to remember me by!" "I'm going to Europe for six months." CholHe returns six months laterC^ "Kere's somethi'ig 1 seem to rememberl" Dogs are iine cft 7th St.

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

HIstory of a Plan to Abduct President LinColn. f>RES'DT DAVIS VETOED IT How a Bold Major Wislied to Gobblo Lincoln up and Bring Him lo Rich? mond?Incidents and Personal Reminiscenses of War, &c. The followlng nccount of a proposltlon made to Presldent Davls In the effort to cbtaln hls consent to a schornc for tlio ab ductlon of Presldent Llncoln is from tho pen of Capt. .Henry T. I/Otithan of Wll linxnsburg, Va., and flrst appenrcd ln "Tho Confeuerate Veteran" whlch ls publlshod at Nashvllle, Tenn. "Springflolds," slx mlles east of Louls vlllc, is surroundrd by sloplng hills, crys tal streams, pl.pturosquo woodlands, and blue 'grass fields. The houso was bullt nbout 17f>3 by Col. Rlchard Taylor, tho fatbor of Pres, Zachary Taylor, and re mained ln tho famlly until the reconstruc tlon days of lSBi-70, whon, Hke so many other homesteads of the South, It passed Into tho hands of strangers. ln the old famlly Imrylng ground, now svorgTown wlth myrtle aud incloscd by i crumbllng...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

GREATEST FESTIVAL IN THE WEDNESDAY CLUB'S HISTORY flONDAY AND TUESDAY AT THE ACADEflY The Programmes That Have Been Arranged, THE CHILDREN AT THE MATINEE Thls Will bo One of the Most Attractive Features. LIST OF SINGERS WHO WILL PARTICIPATE Members of the Club Among Whom Are Many of the Best-Known Citi zens of Richmond. What tho Organizatlon Has Accom /plished in tho Past Few Years. ' jno great mualcal event of tho year? to-wlt, tho annual festlval of tho Wedncs day Club?wlll begln to-morrow nlght at tho Academy, and wlll bo brought to a clo.se wlth two concerts on Tuesday. Thls yoar tho fostlval ls of far more thnn ordlnary Interest. Tho 'club has. ivorked for ten yeara In tbe Interest ot tho cultlvallon bf muslcal taste ln thls commuiilty, and thls season, at tho tenth mlle-stone, It looka hrfck and askn the publlc endorscmont of lts effort. Tho fes tival thia yoar la not to be no much of a test'.monial benetlt. however, as It ls n revlcw of tlio paat and a pause to con Bldcr u-he...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

KING WILLIAM COUNTY AND ITS MANY HISTORIC HOflES AND FAJTILIES (Speclal to Tlio Tlmes-Dlspatch.) KING WIIXIAM COTTRT-IiOUSE, VA., 'Aprll 25.?Tlio county of Klng Wllllam In '.tliis Stato ls ono of the most filtllo ln Tidewater Vlrglnla. About forty-flvo mlles long, wlth nn averago width of olght mllos. thls narrow strlp of land lylng betwccn tho Mnttnpony nnd Pnmunkoy rlvere, contains some of tlio flnest plnn tatlons ln tho Coniinonwonlth, estates, that, from tlio colonial days. havo bocn famous for their ferlillty, thelr hnndsoma aesldonces nnd grpunds iiiul for tho hiv ish hospltallty dlsponsed hy their pwners. Many of these farms havo pasaod from the hands of the orlginal pYoprlotors, whlle numbers of others are stlll in-pos? session of tho famlllea to whom they have belonged for generatlons. .-'.. . ,;:g srime of the moro notablo plan t.-it'ions in thls historlc county aro Quoen Fleld, the old Burvens estate. now ownod ry C. R. Watklns, of Chlcago; Presloy, Ihe Tomlln estate, tho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

Great Foundries And Factories of the Came^ie of Germany (Specinl Correspondoncc of Tlm Tlmcs-Dls pnlch.) ESSEN, ON THE ROHH, i\pr|] 14.?I am In Ihe. heart of the Pfuuslan Black Country, whorn tho foundrles nnd fnc torlcs are as thlck as ln the Black Coun? try of England or ln our own Blnck Coun? try nbout Plttsburg. Thc land Is under lald wlth coal nnd Iron, nnd upon It hns grown one of thc grontest steel centcrs of tho world. 1 rorie here through forcsts of smok03tacks. There nre cltloa and VII Inge.i nll nbout mo whlch havo steel and Iton mills. Sollngen, t'm ShcRleld of Ger many. Is not fnr away, nnd wlthln ii hundrcd-mllo rndlns nro towns maklng nl jnost cverythlng under thc sun. Thero nro woolon faeloriCM nnd cotton factorles, silk mills nnd velvet mills. Thoro aro glnss works, stccl works, nnd great shops for the oquiprnent of rnllronds. stenm shlps nnd overy othor steol thing undor tho sun. ? Tho hcart of thls reglon Is Essen nnd tho soul of It Is the Krupps. Tho chlcf Krupp ...

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. — 26 April 1903

m For tlie "Woman who "Wants to Know. Fnr the Son and Daujrhter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too I5usy to Know. What Was Done Last Week OF s Hlstory-making Events In All Llnes of Activlty. Brief, Classified, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. 1 jimerican J^ffairs. TOB MTTNICIFAD OWNEBSrTIP. A Wll authorlzing overy clty in the State to own, construct, purchnso, mort frage nn'd lease street rallwnys wns ngrced tijton by tbe Houso Committee of Munl? cipal CorporatloiiB of the lllinois Legis laturc. DEVEBT AS A KEFOBMER. Followlng the final declslon of the courts and the actlon of the Tammany leaders whlch barred former Chief of E?ollce Devery from enterlng T/ammnny as a dlstrlct leader. Mr. Devery hns beon Ir.vited by tho Rev. Chas. H. Pnrkhurst to Joln the fuplon forces nnd be a sure. enough reformor ln subseijuent cani palgns. HANNA UABORS DEFENDEH.. In a spcech before the delegates of the Iron, Steel nnd Tin Workers' Assoclatlon at 'Coltimbus, Ohio. Tuesday...

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. — 26 April 1903

HIS TITLE TO FAME Duke of Buccelugh, Known as Husband of Hls Wife. IS AN AMBITIOUS WOMAN Tho Duchess ls a Close Frlend of Queen Alexandra and, Like the Queen, Condomns the Rapld Paco of thoSmart Set. BY PAUL LAMBETH. Bpecial Cable to the Times-Dispatch. Copyrlght 1903.) LONDON, Aprll 26.?The Duke of Buccolugh, one of tho rlchest noblcmen In Scotland, has loaned hls palace Dalk helth to Klng Edward for the latter'a occupnncy durlng his vlslt to Srotland next month. The Duke of Buccelugh. llko mnny other Brltish dukcs, is best known to fnme ns thn husband of his wife. The Duchess of Buccelugh Is Mlstross of tho Robcs ln tho houchold of tho Queen. She ls a clover, ambltlous woman nnd ovcrnhndows the duke. dOBplte hls wealth. Tho Duchess Is an Intlmato frlend of Queen Alexandra, and, llke the Queen, condomns tho rapld paco of the "smart set." . Tho Duchess doesn't permlt brldge gam bllng at her houso partlcs and frowns upon tho morals and rnodo of llfo of tho womon of her class who furn...

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. — 26 April 1903

Sleep Will Keep Women Young and Beautlful Men'tal and Physical Exer cises Which Should Cure Insomnia?Correct Posi- y tionsto Sleep in?Nar 'cotics Should Not be Taken. By KATHERINE MORTON. ('Copyrlght 1903.) Thc best cosmctle ln thc world Is slccp. >Jo woman cnn bc beautlful, or as beau llful ae eho should bc, who does not get her full nllownnee of sleep?nt lenst elght hours out of tho twenty-fnur. Nclthor a face tlnt, nor n skin whltcner, n rom plexlon brush nor n tonlo ls noeded by thc woman who cnn slccp. All thc mnssnge nnd benuty bntlis nnd physical culturo ln Ihe world can.net keep fnpgcd cheeks, hollow oyos nnd blnnohod facos nt ,-i dist.-inro. If sleep Is noglceted. Thorefnro. lf wom.'in would bc radlnnt nnd lovely, -vomnn must know how to sleep or Icarll liow to dn sn. Do ynu suffor from Insomnia? Totl must set nbout n cure nt once. Mnny nre the dcvlees for oonrpUerlng thls trouble, One is to cohcontrate the. thoughts on some unreal, Ihtanglblo sub leet, such n? a dream o...

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