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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

By He tiair You Shall Judge the Smart. Well-Dressed Wotnan jrjY _er halr shall you Judge hor, but the average tS Amerlcan woman does not fully appreclnte the fact. If ehe dld, she would epend moro money wlth t.ho halr tlrefisors nnd lea? wlth the milllner. inore timo before her mlrror nnd less besldo hor maehlne. ' WBtl-colffurod halr BOts tho hallmark on a woll-bred, Bmart woman, Uncared-for, hastly dressed halr wlll flestroy tho llluslon of the smartost frock. Aliove all thlnee. the halr should be kept clcan. There Is no more foolieh fallcy than tho theory that Bhani- ( pooning 1b detrlmental to tho hnlr. Dlrt and dust' wore never proveil to be healthful. Brushes should be kept clean, and x eufTlclent number on hnnd to admlt of thelr belng wa^hed dlrectly nftcr oacb using. A brunli should never bo used twlce on tho halr wlthout cleanslng. thA h?ad lo vory protty. wlth a handsome ?holl comn and the ln.'ge, fiat-headed. shell h.itrplna. Tha partcd pompadour 1b a rather new departure...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

GOOD STORIES FOR BRIGHT BOYS AND GIRLS. CHAPTBR 1. Thls, Llttlo One, Is tho story of Ethel iflvlra, wbo llvcvl In the wlld Northland, just wbero tlio pine troes come down to vcep Into the nilrrnr of a great lnko. Kthel Klvlra were her "Sunday-go-to tneetlng" names, nml they went wlth n flress that hnd lot."! of March, a susli that bad Iots of rustlo, ond new shoes that hnd lots of squcak. On week days her mother called her "IJuddlo," whlch ls shorter and oaslor to say, espoeially lf one ls ln a liurry?ns Btiddlo's mother al? ways wn?. Buddle llved i In a log houso a short ptone's-thrnw frnm tho shoro of (tbe lake. And a wlld shoro It wns?not at nll tbe enrt of Bhoro thnt you, Little One, would llke; for thore was no snndy bench. to dig ln. Here nnd thero wero short skctches of roiigh gravel, whlch somo day would be snnd. but mostly It wns black rock r.nd deep, cold water, whlch tho sun nov-. cr succeeded In warmlng. As far ns you could see up nnd down tho lnko, there wns no otber ho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

'CRADY'S "HISTORY OF S. C." ALTSHELER'S "MY CAPTIVE" ?A Comcdy of Oonsclence." '?Tho Blue Gooso"?"Our Homes and How to Beau lify Them"?"Control of Heredity"?"In the Trail of the Pack Alule"?"Ethlcs ofthe Body." BOOKSANDAUTHORS: COAiMENT AND GOSSIP Joseph A. Allaheler, a Sketch?A Poa thumous Novel by Stockton?C. D. Gibson's New Book? Goneral John B. Gordon's Momolrs. Identlty of tho Author of "A Vlrglnla Girl." Mrs. Q, Vero Tyler. An Iconoclasm. MY CAPTIVB. By Joseph A. Aahclor D. Appleton and Company, publlshers, Now York. For Balo at the book stores. "My Captlve" ls ono of thoso charmlng llttle romances, vory outertalningly wrlt ten, whlch wo con rocommond wlthout hesltatlon to our reodorH. Wo had occa llon. several woolcs ago, to dlscuss rather unfavorably, Mr. Altsholor's lateat novel, "Before the Dawn<" and slnco then wo have had the ellghtly unfavorablo lm pre6?lo_1_at It left removed by the pleas Ure of recelvlng a, copy ot thls earller work of hls and of readlng lt through...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 26 April 1903

SERVED HIM RIGHT rwiTriitfiL 1003. bT W. n. It.iirl. Oreet Hrlttln ntiOite'Roeorveil ?fflSB ? "ii?,'.-i'?-?": ?aaaaasntas-nmmm ??.m ?? _j B^?vfK^?,c?KI^ OrJHhRrk*-.?4ft_ In Fmir ChaDterS. Chapter I. <*,?,..*,. int.br tfiL-nui*. ot^ Briwo nigtu R?<>rre4.: (TO BE CONT1NUED NEXT SUNDAY.)

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. — 28 April 1903

l'Hit? W? NUMBER, 16,226. iUCI?MOND, VA., TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF PAY'S HEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON, April 27.-Forcctust for Tuesday and Wednesday: Virginia?Fair, warmer Tuesday. Wed? nesday Tiilr; fro???! east to south wlndei North ('nrnllriu'-'Fnlr Tuesday; warmer In Interior. Wcdnosduy fair In east, ehow era nnd cooler In weat portion; fresh coat Winde? Yesterday afternoon was a. genuino .spring day. but after nlghltnll.lt grew chilly again, the mercury dropping from ?9 nt 8 o'clock to 52 nt midnight. Tho prospoctn for to-day and |to-morrow uro fair niiil warmer. STATE OF THE' THERMOMET?tt. ? ?, M.,. r,4 12 M. ..,..,.?. ?2 B P. M.,. en 6 P..M. 07 0 P. M. ? lu midnight.62 Avorngo ........'....i.GOl-3 Highest temperature yesterday. Kl Lowest temperature yesterday........ 47 Moan temperature yesterday. M Normal temperature for April. 63 Df.'pHi't'.iro from normal temperature.. 03 l'lecilpltutlon during past 24 hours.... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. April 28, 11)0...

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. — 28 April 1903

?to t?i* pi-wMcrtoy. Th* t?iimnl of New T?ik nnd the North ?fenerally aro uhanl ? fnouii fur Dr. Moor?. _?r. Woc-Aiw Wllijon, president of Princeton, ana a native nf Augusta county, Is warmly nd ??ocnUntr Df? ??????? election. There ur? Wen on tbo board who favor tho election of Colonel Oe?rg?*? W. Miles, of Bt Albntts, but I have no Idea he Will ??*? ChOsell. GREATEST CAVAMI- CHAItGE, Bonfttor Daniel htu? written mo that I ?w-eJi mistaken In speaking recently In bile correspondence of tho battio cf iBfandj" Station ns the great C-valry , light?of -tins war. Ho says In his noie that tho engagement nt Trovllltan's Bu? tton, in Louisa County, In 18(54, between Hampton and Sheridan,, was tho soverest " cavalry tight of tho entlro war. Ho ?ays. however, thnt Brandy Station Is iVequentlv spoken of In the manner ln ?whlcH I alluded to' It. I am euro nobody will oont.radlot Senator Daniel's Blnto ?mont, certainly no ono who knows of lile onrcful ' etudy of the groat fttnigglo ; In which ho...

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. — 28 April 1903

CUBA IS PROSPERO!): Gen. Maximo Gomez Talks of Land He Fought For. LOAN NOT YET FLOATED But the Old Veteran Expresses the Be lief That It Soon Will Bo?Everyone, He Says, Feels Grateful to tho y American People. (By Associated Press.) . JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ' April ?7. Genornl Maximo Gomo? arrived In Jack ?jonville to-day and was Interviewed ns to conditions in Culm. Ho said: "The Cuban government is getting alohg well. Ih fact, In tho present, govern? n"?nt and thd general contentment of tho peoplo I see what I hav? for years hoped for, and for which I fought through two bitter wars. No one can form an adequato Uloa of the ?uftorings of tho Cuban peoplo and what they had to contend with dur? ing tho last few yoars ot Spnnlsh control, But with all of, this, the.'.country has recuperated wonderfully, nnd Is to-day In a much hotter condition Industrially than thoso who woro ln Cuba at'tho close of tho war dared to hopo. "The Cuban loan of ?5,000,000 has not been floated, but It will be ...

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. — 28 April 1903

;p_e Times- D U{jatdi ' ?^Miari?il Dally ?nd Weekly at Ne? 4 - N??rlH .Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. ;?) Entered January ar, 190a, et Rl6h?? -nond, Va., aa 8????<**_???? ?" MttUr, ??d?f A?t Of Con? ? ; o?-?? et March 9, 18W? : "Th? DAILY TIMED-DtSPATOM it iold *~lt * een*? _"??py, ' The SUNDAY TIMB8?DISPATCH Is : ie-ld at 4 cent* a ?sopy? DAILY Tlfo-S-DlSPATCH by mall? ?*)-een_i-ii-m<mth, W.00 a year, ?W-M tor ??* month?, $1.110 tor three months. SUNDAY TIMES*DI3PATCH by mall, 12.00 a yoot\ The DAILY TIMES? DISPATCH, IM? Eludine Sunday, oy Carrier, 15 cents per '? week. -The. SUNDAV TIME8-D1SPATCH, by - ea*Tler7~l5~cent4 per week. .-.-., The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ,J1.00 ye??*? ?, ? -All Unslgn-Kl Commimleotlone will -? ?"?ejootea. ; Rejected Communications will not bo ? ? returnod unless accompanied by etamps. ?'-TTUptewn Office nt T. A. .MILLER'S, No. ?19 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, APRITj 28, 1903. G A CAMPAiaN OF EDUCATION. ;? Sometime ago, the New York Evening Post, in dlsc...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 28 April 1903

EDUCATORS EDUCATED ?See Historic Sights Along tho James River, TRAYLOR'S MEGAPHONE Gifted Rlchmonder Was Invaluable. Tho Old Church at Jamestown and Its Ancient Sorvico of Silver? f.-'rltton between Jamestown and Now port Now?,) This day ou Jamiis River ban boon ono ?f uuaUoycd dollj-ht. It Is not going too lar to say thf?? not ono tiling has do tractod from tho plesuturo of the trip, and ?very possible agency and condition haa Contributed to cmplinalzo and Increase It Tho weather, as all know, haa boon per? fect. A stiff breesso has boon blowing oil day, but not a person has It kept from Ihe dock?,, Tho good steamer "Hampton" bas Just left Jamestown Island and Is 'y.cwlng through tho now truly yellow waters of thla majestic stream at the rate of not less than fourteen mllos an hour, The trip ha* beon a genuine plcaouro. The visiting mombore of tho ?onforonco for Education In tho South havo been Bsost enthusiastic. The Introduction ifcould not omit a montlon of tho coli? li ibution ...

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. — 28 April 1903

GRANTED Sunday Laws Were Vigorously Enforeeci 2n Cliarlottesvllle. WARNS LIQUOR DEALERS Judge Morris States That If an Honest Effort Is Not Made to Obeerve the Law, He Will Exercise His Broad Powers Sharply. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.* __ CHAHUJlTL'SVlLLi?. VA., April 27.? In the Corporation Court this mornlnir, Judge George W. Morris presiding, retail liquor license was irranted slxtooa appli? cants. Thin fives Cliarlottesvllle five les? salouiiB than formerly. At a recent moot? ing of the City Council tho olty license was raised from Hit) to ?40., making the . total tax $776. After tho granting of the licensee Judge Morris gave the applicants some pound advice. The hard feeling existing against the dealers, ho said, is due to the fact '.'that tho saloon had boen conductod loose? ly, in tho past. Tho saloon can be rim In a decent and Indecent way, and dis? cretion must be exerciser!. "It." said he, . "I find a dealor selling liquor.on Sundays or to minors or to habitual druiiK...

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. — 28 April 1903

DEATH OF SKINNER Canadian Insurance Company Is Investigating. KEADY FOR THE CARNIVAL Delegates to Southern Baptist Conven? tion from Raleigh?A Wrecked Freight on Southern Causes a Long Delay. (Spedai to The Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH, N. C, April 27.?Mr. O. N. Chaffoo, of Detroit, Michigan, ' spent tho past three days in Raleigh ae special sgont for tho Canadian Insurance Com? pany, Investigating the death of tho late lAidlow Skinner, who was shot and killed by Ernest Haywood. He would make no statement of the result of his investiga? tion. Skinner carried a *?6,O0O policy with the Canadian Company. Among those from Raleigh who will at? tend the Southern Baptist Convention ot Savannah, /May 7th, are J. C. Caddell, J. W. Bailey, Rev. T. B. Skinner, N. B. Broughton, J. N. Toler, Rov. A. N. Betts, R. N. flimms, C. J. Hunter, ?Rev. R. T. Vann and J". M. Broughton. A wrecked freight train throe mils eoet ot Raleigh very much delayed travel on tho Southern Railway early Sunday morning. Bove...

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. — 28 April 1903

?WO FELLOWS AREGHOSEN ^Contest at Hampden-Sldney for Prize for Declamation. "THE GERMAN PURCHASERS Candidates Already In the Field for the Fall Local Elections?Thi? Council Had Right to Allow Increase of'Phone Rates. t" (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) . i-AHMVIlit-I", VA., April 27.?Tho fac *?lty ot Hampden-Sldney College will re ?commend Mr. Frank II. Mann, of Notto ?fi-ay Courtliouso, and Mr. W. T. "Williams, ?Jr., of Woodstock, to tly?. Board of Trus ;tces as follows for tho session of 1003-'04. V-ie former will bo instructor of mathe '. tnatlcs and latin, and tho latter ln Eng tlsh and Greek. Mr. Mann has been oloot 'ed president of the Y. M. C. A, tor next v-?oason. ' The following young gentlemen have been soleotod by their respective , classmates to competo for tho prize an?. -'?ually bestowed by the Board of Trusteop, to the best -declAits-.br in the Bophomoro '?mtul freshman classes: Bophomoro class, "IT. I?. HanSborger, of Waynosboro ; R. Mi flPrlce, of -Charleston, W, Va...

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. — 28 April 1903

SERMONS ON SUNDAY Three Notable Ones Were Delivered. ABBOTT AT FIRST CHURCH Great Audience Gather? to Hear th? Distinguished New York Minister. Rev. W, R. Moody to Men. Thro? notable sorn-one, dollvorod by dis? tinguished out-of-town ministers, who have been In attendance upon the Educa? tion Conference, woro preached ln Rich? mond on Sunday last. / DR. ABBOTT'S SERMON., Hundreds of people wer? turned from the doors of the First Baptist Church, where, ln the morning, preached the Rov. Dr. Lyman Abbott, editor of the Outlook, tho most widely known and Influential religious weekly ln the world. On the lusldo the placo was packed to a Jam. Every sent ln the main auditorium wa? taken. The galleries were filled from end to end with oagor audltoi-a, not one of whom loft tho church until the service wa? ovor. Tho tnclemoucy of tho weather liad absolutely no offoot upon the atten? dono?. It Is estimated that fully llf ' teen hundred . peoplo wore packed into tho church. Many members of tho ...

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. — 28 April 1903

THE DULLEST OF THEYEAR The Speculative Public In? different to the Market. THE BROKERS TRADE But Their Efforts Brought No Special Encouragement nnd Special Move? ments In Few Individual Stocks Were Only Feature Offered. (By Associated Pross.) NEW YORK, April 27.?The somnolent condition of to-day's stock. market was significant of tho continued indllToronco of the genomi speculativo nnd genomi public, Even the profosslonnl traders , found discouragement in tholr efforts to move prices by trading with each other, : tvo? the general tono ot tho market In con ,8e?iuonoo was tho dullest thus far this year. Special movements In a few Individual . stocks wore all that offered any feature. ! A report by expert account on account Of tho Metropolitan Street Railway, in? tended to refute the charges ot Irrogulnr acoountlng against that company, was made tho oooaelon for marking up that atock 2V_ points. ? hHostllo purposo to? wards I tho bear party in the stock was apparent?, and tho giiins wa...

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. — 28 April 1903

ONE OENT ? A WORD. MINIMUM ?tURQE 23 Cents, Ca-hlnAdvanoo THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST KESULTS. ONE CHARGE CENT 25 Gents, A Gesti in Advanoo WORD? HELP WANT-D~-FB MALE. YOw/o'lADY WANTED TO MAN AG 13 Lar?l?s' Half Cloods and Hair Dressing . Parlors ?..good salary given. Addross box 214, Norfolk, Va, WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK? WEAR from sample, $7 to IIS wookly, experience not nocossary; sond solf-ad droflsod stamped onvolono, IDEAI, MAN UFACTURING CO., DOS Wostl33d Street, Now, York. .WAJ-iTED, COLOB-Et) GIRLS-100 RE speotablo colored girls for light and healthy manufacturing ?work; will bo paid whllo learning; can soon make good wagon! girls irotn 14 to 20 years of ago, who live at home and wfjo havo never worked In norvlco welerrod. Ap? ply Immediately to ?lo. C?O ?.. Twelfth Btroot, opposite ?"-olored Normal School. HELP WANTED?MALE .WANTED, B1X FIRST-CLASS MACHIN IBTS; steady work and good pay. Ap p\y THE MATHIESON ALICAXJ WORKB, BaJtvlllo, Va. JT...

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. — 28 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads, Miller ? Rhoads. W?A WER FOR EC A S ?? Tuesday, /air and mamar. Warner's Rust Proof Cor? set. The "Gladys" $2. If a woman could bo made to realize that the proper selection of hor corset had much to do not only -with a graceful carriage nnd a dignified bearing,, but also with a pretty face, she would be more careful to buy only those corsets made on correct lines and in accordance with the requirements of hygiene ns related to her form. WARNER'S RUST PROOF line embraces a variety ' large enough to enable every woman to be properly fitted, and tho ono we illustrate to-day?the GLADYS, is one of tho best S2.00 corsets that's made. Batiste, ribbon trimmed, short hip and a fine nusTPnoor GLADYS, ?garment for slender figures. The Great Sale of Worthy Silks. Sunday's paper told you the sale Would open Monday Morning and be? tween ti-c?'opening and closing hours of "'Ap si.ore yesterday we sold more slllt ?rhar: on any previous day ln our hl?tc'iiy-'j.nd why? Becatmo tho si...

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. — 29 April 1903

v?WnteM. ??V?\im\^ \ WHOLE NUMBER, 16,227. RICHMOND, VA., .WEDNE.SDAY, APRIL 20,1903. PRICE TWO GENTS. SMARY OF PAY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON, April ?e.-Forccaot for Wednesday and Thursday; Virginlit?i?'uli? Wednesday; warmer In extrorno west iiortlon. ? Thursday fnVi cfililor In ilio Interini'? fresh south winds, liocornlni; northwest 'fhtirsdnv. North Ciirolliin?Fnir Wednesday. Thurs? day partly cloudy; fresh winds, mostly Bull 111. Tlicro wns twenty ?legr?os difference he tween'fleures recorded l?y Llie lliermome tor nt !) o'clock y ok t of day iirternoon and nt midnight. At 3 tho morcury stood at 70, but ut midnight It litui fallen to 60. ' The ?lay as a whole was balmy nntl springlike. To-dny fair and wanner weather Is looked for. STATE OP TUB THERMOMETER. ? ?. M. fi2 >2 M. ..'. 73 ? ?, M. 70 ? ?? M.71 ? l-.M.'..?. C U? midnight .,.5? Average . WS 2-3 Highest temperatura yesterday.,, 70 I?'?WBst temperature yesterday. ?. Moan temperature r.y'wn'tirrt?RS"....01 Normal tempe...

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. — 29 April 1903

THE DAY ON THEDIAJOND Pittsburg Was Badly Beaten by the St. Louis Team. ; - GIANTS WUNUTHE VICTORY Beat Philadelphia by a Score of Twelve to Seven?Cincinnati Won from Chicago and Had Runs ' to Spare. Scores Yesterday. New York 12, Philadelphia 7, Boston 4, Brooklyn 2, Cincinnati 9, Chicago 4. St, Louis ?, Pittsburg 2. -. Schedule for To-Day. Boston nt Brooklyn.. Pittsburg at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Now York. Chicago at Cincinnati, Standing of the. Clubs. Won. Lost.. P.C. New York. 7 !? .77s Pittsburg . 7 4 .030 Chicago. 0 4 . .600 Sosten .......?,....... ? 5 ?.MC St. Louis .....i,-.?.?;.??.?.. 0 s 5 .015 Brooklyn ...',..?.;??.......... 4 6 .444 Philadelphia-. ? 8 .273 .Cincinnati .;.vr.-i;...r, ..- ? 2 8 .200 Scores Yesterday. Boston 11, Washington 4. Philadelphia 7. IVow York 3. Cleveland 6, St. Louis it. Detroit 4, Chicago I. _ Schedule for To-Day. Chicago at Detroit. Now York at Philadelphia. Boston at Washington. St? Louis at Cleveland. Standing of tho Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. ...

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. — 29 April 1903

WINNER OF PUNCH BOWL h ? '.--* Was Awarded to Mr, Wenden? burg at the Bazaar. CHARLEY'S AUNT TO-NIGHT Tho Unlvorslty Boye Will Roach Moro This Aftornoon?Contest for the Horso nnd Handsome Runabout. To-day's Programme. April 29th?Louisiana Day. AFTERNOON, 4 to ??'? May-Pole Dance, under the direc? tion of the ladles of tho Alabama Tablo, elxteen little atria who took part In It for tho benefit of the MIs olsslppl Table appearlr-y thle nfter noon. Recitations and Whistling, by Miss Virginia Talbott. A Con? foderate Drill, by a bevy of Ash? land tj Irla. EVENING, at 8:15? "Charley's Aunt," given by the Uni? versity of Virginia Dramatic Club, In the Academy of Music, for the benefit of the Louisiana Tablo at the Bazaar. "Chopsticks and 8plk Ins," by My Ludy Nicotine Stock ?"I Company, for the North Carolina Table. LATER IN THE EVENING? Both casts special guests at the Ba? zaar and at the Loulolana and North Carolina Tablet!. When tho content for the hundi?me punch bowl at the Confederal...

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. — 29 April 1903

The Times-Di spatch *?_llthe?l D?lly and Weekly ?t No. ? North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. ;';?. Kntef-ed J attutir y H, 190$, at Rloh morid, Va? at Second-Clite-i Matten under ?61 o? Con? Bree? of March 3( 1879? , Th? DAILY TtMB?? DISPATCH Is told ?t tt cents u copy. .? The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH I? ?eld at ? cents a copy. .DAILY TIMBS-DISPATCH by mall? 'to cents o month.,'.f*.00i ? year, *2.M for _x months, $1.80? fur three months. ?SUNDAY TIMES'DISPATCII by mall. Ife.00 a year. (I The DAILY TII-E8-DI8PAT0H. In? eludlno Sunday, By Carrier, 18 cents per Week, The SUNDAY TtMEB-DlSPATCH, by Carrier. ? cents per week. ?_,_.. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, f 1.00 year. ?'; . All Unsigned Communication? will be rejected. nejfceted Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. ;, Uptown Office nt T. A. MILLER'S, No. .$13 East ?road Stroot. ?j M WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 29, 11)03. THE SUFFRAGE DECISION. The doclsfon of the United States Su? preme Court announced In yesterday's Tlm...

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