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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 May 1903

L?&ftttlg, &?? Iti I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,22?. RICHMOND. VA., FRIDA Y, MAY 1, 1003. PRICE TWO GENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS P?RECAST. WASHINGTON, April 30,-Forecaut for Friday and Saturday: Vlrglnln?Ruln rind much colder Friday',' brisk to high wuhi wIihIr. Saturday fuir, with moderate temperature, North ' OuioHnn?Showers nnd colder Friday. Saturday fair and cool?, brink wost winds, possibly high oli tho count. Eighty-eight was tho hlghcet mark reached hy Ilio mercury yesterday, mark? ing tho warmest dny ot the present sensori. It wan ivnrtn all day anil a largo portion of last, night. To-day thn Weather Bureau predicts rain and much colder tempera? ture. STATE OP .TIMO THERMOMETER. 0 ?. M. 74 32 M. 87 3 1'. M.. 87 fi i?. M. 84 ?, F. M. 70 12 midnight ."... 73 Highest temperature yesterday. 88 Lowest temperature yesterday.18 Mean temperature yesterday...,..,... 73 Normal temperature for April.G? l^eprirture from normal' temperature 18 Precipitation during past 21 hours.;.. 00 MIN...

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. — 1 May 1903

rrrtn? that ?irulty cannot undertake now, ?u?j> more than II ha? In th? bast, to en foroe political rights, and alio th? tuf* f-?tlon that state Constitutions weie not lift unmentlonod In paragraph 1079 by ?accident. In determining whether a ?court of equity can take Jurisdiction, on? :?? th? first questions le what It can do to enforce any order that It may make. 'Thla it eJleiWH! to b* the ?onsptraey of th? St?t?, although th? Stale ?? not And could not be made a perry to control Its action by any direct means, nnd If wo leave the State out of consideration, the court has as little practical power to deal with the people of the State In a body. The bill Imports that the great maae of the population Intended to keep the blacks from voting. To meet such Intent something, more than ordering the plaintiff's name Inscribed Upon the lists of lfXG will he needed. If the consplraoy nnd the lrtent existed, ? name on a pleoo of pope* , 111 not defeat them. Unless we are propared t? .supe...

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. — 1 May 1903

AS POLICE A Substitute for a Jim-Crow Street-Car Bill. TO DESIGNATE THE SEATS Interesting Measure Offered In the House Yesterday by Mr. Whltehead, of Norfolk?The Bill's Provisions. Wot a littlo Interest has boon aroused by tho Introduction In the Houso of Del? egates yostorduy by Mr. John Whllehoad, of. Norfolk, of a bill which, If adopted, will practically put Into operation on ah s'treot-car lines ln the Stato tho provis? ions of tho lately agitated "Jim Crow" law. Tho bill authorizes conductors of street cars, of whatover lines, to assign passonp gors to seats and to remove them from one seat to another so as best to pro? mote tho comfort of all. It furthermore confers upon these sumo conductors po? lice power to arrest persons disorderly on tho cars. THINKS IT WILL PASS. M>. Whltehead ?p?tp? con?ldent that tho bill will pass, or that tho provisions ln It will bo Incorporated In tho genoral law. It Is understood that ho has in? surances of Influential support. Speaking of tho ...

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. — 1 May 1903

the Times-Dispatch ??r- u-"" ,>u|?lih??J Dally and Weekly nt Ne. 4 M North Tenth Street, Rlohmond, Vi. ty ' Entered January it, 1???? *t Rloh? morid, Ve??' *? SecenH-Clase Matter, under Act of Con? flfiit of March 9.1-W? | The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH It ?old pt 8 centi a copy. | The SUNDAY TIMB?-DI8PATOH Is Irold at ? eente ? copy. g DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by Will? -to cents a month, $5.00 a year, $????? for ielx months, $1.60 for three month?? #1 SUNDAY TIMES'DlSPATCH by moll, U2.00 a year. frj The DAILY TINES-DISPATCH, In* ?eluding Sunday? by Carrier, 15 cents per ? Week. U The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by ?fcarrler, 6 cents per week. .??.-?.j , The WEEr^L,Y, TIMES-DISPATCH, |)1.00 year. l ,.? u. ???? All Unsigned-Communleatlone Will ne ^rejected. . ,,? '?' Rejected Communications will not do returned unless accompanied by ?tarnps. I Uptown Office at.T. A. MILLER'S, Nc .519 East Broad Street. FRIDAY,? MAT 1, 1903. .AN EXTREMIST'S VIEW OF THE NEGRO. , Tt Is the policy of this paper to p...

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. — 1 May 1903

PAYMENT Of POLL TAXES House Asks Attorney-General for Information. ENTICING AWAY SERVANTS An Amendment Adopted Holding .the Labor Agent? Guilty of Misde? meanor ? Money for the Petersburg School. The General Assembly passed no bills of great Importance yesterday, but boti? houses put in a busy day, the Senate bring in seselon for threo hours, nearly all of which was devoted to tho calender. ! Several House bills were passed, ?n?tig thorn House bill, providing for ball com? missioners ln the eoveral counties, the appropriation of $5,000 to tho Petersburg Normal and Industrial School, the crop pest commission bill, and the bill to ap? propriate 17,WB to 'pay tbe expeiu.es of tho Committee on Revision o? Statutes, which will sit during tho vacation. The bill appropriating |C0,000 adltlonal to tho ft?O.O?OO for the building of the new cell ' structure at the penitentiary developoe considerable opposition, and the Senate adjourned without action. In the House Mr. Wtoitehoad, of Nor ... f...

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. — 1 May 1903

CARPENTERS WILLSTRIKE Shipyards Not Affected by Labor Troubles Here, THE TRIAL OF W.M. NAGLE He Shot Basket and Treme, Who Wero Boarder? In His House?Nagle'* ! Sa.000 Life Insurance Policy Found In Basket's Pocket. v.r^JSSSF??1. to. The Timti.DUpnteh.) . NEWPORT NEWS, VA? April 80,-To tnorrow morning all of the Union carpisn ttire In tho city, except those employed' at . tho shipyard, wllil go out on a strike. The carpenters demanded an lnc'roaso ot twen? ty-live cents per day In their wages, and the contractors refused to consider, tlie demand, so tho otriko wa? ordered. At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning there will be a meeting: of the Carpon tors' Union nt tho Central Labor Union Hall for the . purpose of making: all arrangements for conducting tho strlko and carrying tho fight through to a finish. The carpenters held a meeting last night to receive the report of a commltteo ap? pointed to call upon tho contractors and ; make an effort to arbitrate tho trouble.' -Tho commltteo repor...

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. — 1 May 1903

CHARTERS To Manufacture a Patent Arti? ficial Bullding Stone. . A BARBECUE; SHAD BAKE The Hearing of the Wllcox Oase Set for May 26th by Supreme Court?The Oourt Refuses to Grant Last Appeal for Edward Utley, ??????iP?l'i' ?" ^f TlM<J?;DI*r>"-t"il,) RALttlOH, N. C? April 30.?The Wil? mington Stone and Contracting Com? pany, of Wilmington, was chartered to? day with $20,000, the purpose being to manufacture and ?ll n, patortt artificial building stone and do all kinds of build? ing oohtraot work. The Incorporate-re nro W. II. Griilln, of Newborn, and ?. E. Bonita and 8. P. Adams, of Wilmington. The McAiluiter Hardware Company, of Lumborton, was chartored with (20,000* capital, .T. A. McAllister, W; P. McAllis? ter, J. D. MuAIllstor, of Lumborton, and Hugh MoL.' McAllister, of Charlotte, be? ing the Ineorporators. ? .? ,? Another charter granted was to tho Standard Supply Company, of Wllmlng ton, tho purpoi'O being the manufacture of machinery, electrical appliances and nil kinds...

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. — 1 May 1903

TRANSFERS IN MNCHESTER i Have Same Privileges as the Citizens of Richmond, MAY TAKE EITHER LINE Result of Persistent Work by Mr. R. V Owen?Funeral of Mr, Clements, Mr. Utz Resigns ? Licenses Granted?Olty Mission. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, 1 No. 11.03 Hull Streot, J From now on Manohoster peoplo will ?.have no trouble in getting transfers from elthor the Hull or Perry Btroot cars to the Traction line at Main and Bovontli 'Streets. This arrangement has been mado by .Manager Huff, of th? Passenger and ???Power Company, after a thorough can? vass of tho situation and persistent re I Quests from Mr. R. V, Owen, of the City Council of Manchester, who for a long 'time haa been working to that end. Beginning to-day, the conductors on Manohestor cars will issue transfors to either the Traotlon or Passenger and Power Une, the only stipulation being ?that the passenger must specify tho car he wishes to take, In writing to Mr. Owen on this matter yesorday, Mr. Huff stated that he had ?h...

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. — 1 May 1903

TOBACCO MEN CHOOSE DIRECTORS Take Further Step Toward Having State Exhibit at St. Louis Exposition. 'At a meeting held In this city yester? day Mr. John T. Edwards, of Lynch tnond, was.nominated to talto charge of the Virginia exhibit of tobacco at the fit." Louis Exposition. Tho meeting was hold at tbo Instance ot the locnl tobacco trailo, wh,%j?-as will . bo recalled, recently took steps looking to a united effort on the part of the to? bacco markets nt Ilio Stato to present a crodltnblo exhibit at St. Louis. Seven teen mnrkcts were represented,' either by delegates or otherwise. Those ac? tually present-woro as follows; ?V ;. From Richmond?T. M, Carrlngton, W, ?W. Morton, J. C. Hagan, Thomas Scott., From Blackstone-R, W. Tugglo, Sam? uel Hurt. , Drake's Branch?B. P. Eggloston, ?. B. Riissnll. ' Rldgway? Senator W. A. Garrctt. " Petersburg?R. A, Craddock, W. M. (Young. South Boston?Colonel H, A. Bdmund ?on. Lynehburg?J. R. Kylo. Scottsburg?J. T. Lacy; Farmvlllo?J. L. Putney. Thero...

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. — 1 May 1903

THE MARKET STILL WEAK Prices Fell Weakly Back and Showed No Recuperation. ?THE-READING'S EARNINGS! R?port for March Shows the Prosper* ous Condition of tho Anthracite _: Trade?Surplus ffiBI3,486 Lar? ger Than In March, 1002. (By Associateci ?rcss.) NEW YOHK, April SO.?Somo hopes were entertained thnt yesterday's stock market wns a preliminary to a better movement of prices to-day, owing to the fact that professional traders had refrained from talcing their pronte on the day's- rise bo Core going home'. But the first half hour of to-day's market demonstrated that operation had been elmply deferred. The effort of the professionals to take their profits mado manifest that thero was no absorbent power in tho markot, so that prices fell weakly back and showed no re? cuperative power for the rest of tho day, The conditions which prompted the buy? ing of yesterday wero not changed in any essential particular to-day, but tho traders found that tho buying prompted by the ittvorablo factore w...

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. — 1 May 1903

OHE OENT ? I WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26Conts, OiihinAdvino? ?. pt THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THIT BRINO IREATEST RESULTS. ? MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Ca?d In AAran?)? ORE MET A WORD, \ju MELI?? WANTBO-FeMAL?. WANTED, LADI.E8 TO MAKE NECK? ' WEAR from sample, 17 to 112 weekly, experlenc? not neaeeearyi send *elf?aa flressed stamped envelope, IDEAL MAN? UFACTURING CO., JOT West 133d Stfedt. New York. WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS WOMAN (colored) to take charge of kitchen and pantryj, to an experienced oook, with olty references, high wages will be paid. Apply Immediately 816 Wost Franklin Btreot. WANTED, COLORED GIRLS-100 RB spectable colored girls for light and healthy manufacturing work; will be paid while learning; can soon make good wages; girls from 14 to 20 years of age, who Ilvo at home and who have never worked In service preferred. Ap? ply Immediately to No. 610 N. Twelfth Street, opposite colored Normal School. ^SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. I? AM DESIROUS OF OBTAINING A place f...

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. — 1 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. "P. N." Corsets, For $1.00. If you want a low-priced and well made, finely finished Corset to wear under a Summer Waist, ask for ou? "P. N."No. 73a. It's of light weight Batiste, low bust, and cut low under the arms from the waist line, $1.00. New Wrappers of Lawn and Percale Together With a Few From Last Season. To-day wo offer good l'ercnlo Wrappers, In desirable patterns, made With a nlno-lncli flounce, 7li??. Five styles of Percale ami Lawn wrappers for ?? 1,0??.each; twelve-Inch flounce, trimmed yoke, und one stylo has sailor collar. Pnrcalo Wrappers In tho populnv Shepherd's Plaid, ?1.-?. _ uni t? prettily trimmed with braid, and havo a now cu ft. Dainty Dimity Wrappers, with bluo and black figures on whlto grounds. Cut full over tho hips and perfectly mado In cvory particular. We have nbottt four dozen Lawn Wrappers carried over from last yoar that sold for $1.00 each. Owing to tho broken sizes wll cloao thorn out at f.Oc, each. ^hlt?^^?r^^ ^...

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. — 2 May 1903

THE MtkM ?8E? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,230. RICHMOND, VA., SATTTKDAY, MAY 2, 1905. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMt?Y OF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST, ?WASHINGTON, May i,-Forecnst for Saturday and Sutidny. Virginia and North Carolina?Fair Sat? urday ami Sunday i warmer Sunday, light to fresh northeast, winds,? becoming south? east. In direct contrast to Thursday, yosier flay wu.< almost like a winter day, T.hurs diy tho morcury climbed to 80 In tho.ttibrj, but yesterday, the highest figure reached was 07 and (ho,lowest 48. Overcoats woru much Inevldtmce last night.-Fair weather is predicted for to-day; to-morrow It will too warmer, ?. STATIO OF THE 'THERMOMETER. ??. M.,. ?4 12'M; .......,,..;.?.CO ' :? i'. m.;. oo C P, M. 57 8 ?? M.....48 12 midnight. 48 Average .,.; ,63 1-0 Highest temperature ? yesterday. 71, Lowest temiieratiii'c yesterday. f?2 Mean tempi?ratino yesterday,......;.. 02 Normal temperature for May.,....07 HeparliU'o from normal temperature.. 05 Precipitation during past 24 hours.... 00 MI...

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. — 2 May 1903

' Mou?? (hotel); Ioni to build In*, IS.OOOi In ?Urence. 11,600; loss to content*, $1,000. Plain Dealer Burned Out? One-ttory ?toro-hons?, ocoupled by the / West Point Plain Dealer, Fogg and Wil? liame, prenants, and J. M. Bonn, barber, owned by J. E. Bland and Brother; lot? to building, $6.000; loss to Plain Dealer, $?,oo0i Ion? to Vont and William*, Iboooi Ioti to t, VU Sohn. $160, It arid J. 8. Blond ?hd Dell, two-st?fy frame building, occupied by them ta the largest department store In the city; loss to building. |t\000; lota to e tools, $12,0001 Insurance on all, t?.EOO. Two-story dwelling, owned by J. Q. Darle, and oooufiled b'r J? I* Mulford; lots to building, $2,000; Insuronoe, $1,000; loss on household (?od?, $l,5O0; Insurance. ' eltttO. One-atery? frame building, owned by "W, 0. Davi? et til., used aa a cobbler ?bop! toes not nsttmatea. Two-story dwelling, ocoupled by XV. C, Davis; loss, $floo. ;Two-etory dwelling, owned by W. C. Divis; lost, $1,500. fTwo-ebory dwelling, ow...

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. — 2 May 1903

TO ADJOURN ON JUNE 10 Resolution to Spin Out the Session of Legislature; THE CAPITOL IN DANGER Scare About the Overloaded Upper Floor Como? to the Front Onco More?Mr. Fulton After a Dilatory Committee* The most Important action of the Gen? eral Assembly yesterday was the adop? tion by both houses of a Joint resolution offered by Senator Wlokham, of Hanovor, providing for a Joint commlttoo of five to examine and report forthwith as to the condition of. tho attic of tho .Capitol. Mr, Wlckham d .?clamd that ho had Just oxamlnod tho attic and had found It In a dangerous condition, owing to tho pil? ing ot tons of old books on the floor, which had sprung and sagged as a re nuil of tho - weight. Another resolution of Importance was that of Mr. Opio, suggesting Juno 10th ns tho date for tak? ing a reoess, Instead of May loth, owing to tho great amount of work yet, to be done. In tho resolution a call of the roll nnd the enforcement of the attendance of mombors is suggested us a means of di...

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. — 2 May 1903

The Tintes- Di spatch r*ublltn?l Daily ?t.d Weekly ?I No. 4 Werth Ttnth ?Irc?t. Richmond, V?, ?nt?r#d January it, 1M3, at Rich? | mond, Va.? ?? Second-CIa?? V Matter, under Act of Con? G gre?, of March ?, 1ST?? Th? DAILY TlMK8?DISP?T0H la aold *t ? cent? ? copy. Th? ?UNDAY TIMBtVDISPATCH la ?old at ? cent, a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 60 eanta a month, $3.00 a year, 12.80 for ?Ik month?, H.eo tor three month?. ?UNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a y.ar>. Th?, DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? eludir?a Sunday, by Carrier, 18 cent, per Week. ' The SUNDAY ?????-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? cent* per we?K. ,?.?.,. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year, .',. .. All Unelnned Communication? will b? rejected. . Rejected Communication? will not be returned unless accompanied by stamp?. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. SATURDAY, MAT 2, 1903. IS CLEVELAND AN ??IMPOSSI? BLE CANDIDATE ?" Tho Brooklyn Eagle has lent Its powor \ and. prestige to tho furtherance of a de . ...

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. — 2 May 1903

> ONE CENT ? ? WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, CathlnAdvanoi ?G? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRBNQ GREATEST RESULTS. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED. LADIES. TO M. Alf E NECK? WEAR from snmple, ?7 to ?12 weekly, exp?rience not noeossary; send Bolf-ad dressed stamped onvolono. IDEAL MAN ; UFACTURINO CO,, 60S Wost 13?d Street, New York. LADY BOOK-KEEPER AND TYPB wrller! office work light; ono that would be willing to ?????-In general storo a? saleslady when not otherwise engaged! salary, $3.50 per week and board! refer? ences required, THE II. J. ARIUNG TON CO., Claremont, Va, WANTED, COLORED GIRLS-10? RE ?pectable colored girls for light and healthy manufacturing work; will bo paid whllo learning; can soon mako good wages! girls from 14 to 20 years of ago, who Ilvo at homo and who havo never worked In service preferred, Ap? ply Immediately to No. BI? ?. Twelfth Street, opposite colored Normal School. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. AN experienced" lady wants position In Bttmmo...

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. — 2 May 1903

DRUMMGND WATERCASE 'Dismal Swamp Property In? jured by the Canal. FIRE IN WEST- NORFOLK Judgo Crocker Refuses to Grant a Li? cense to a Barkooper Convicted of Violating the Sunday Liquor (V, Lawa?Damages for Slandor, (Special lo Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.) NORFOLK, VA., May 1.?Commissioner George E. Bowdon heard ovidence In the Bull of W. N. Camp, of Florida, for nn Injunction restraining the Use of the vn 1er of Luke Drumond by tho Dismal ?w.amp Canal. Thu plulntlfi alleges that tho rights he owns In tho fifty thousand ? acres of land he bought lu tho Dismal Bwomp are In Jeopardy by the use ttro .canal owners aro making of tho water ' from tho lako. Testimony was talion this ! morning In support of tho allegations i of the plaintiff, as to tho extent ot tho ? Injury ho has sustained, and is hkely lo eustaln. No sum of damages Is specified and tho proBumptlon in that tho plaintiff cares moro for tho restraining order. West Norfolk was visited by a sci*?*? conflagration this morning which a...

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. — 2 May 1903

PRESIDENT OFF AGAIN Completing His Swing Around Ihe Circle. TWO SPEECHES IN TOPEKA Train Oot There Late, but Thl? Only Served to Increase tho. Crowd. Corner-stone of V. M. C. A. Building Laid. tDy Associated Press.) , TOPE3KA, KAN., "'May L~*resldent Roosevelt mode two addresses In Topek? to-night, one at the laying of the corner* stone ?f the now Railroad Y. ~M. C. A. building, and tho othor at tho Auditorium before the International Convention of the Y. M. 0. A. Both addresses .were heard by Immense crowds of pooplo, and were received with the greatest entliu ?tsunn. After laying the corner-?tonn for the Y. M. 0. A. building, ttio Pr?sldont wa? oonduoted to tho resldonco of Gov? ernor Bailer, where he was entertained at dinner. His lost address was given at tf:30 o'clock. The crowd was very large, but so excellent wore the police regula? tions that there was little or no confu? sion. Presldont Roosevelt'? train arrived In Topeka an hour late. Over 12,000-people assembled at tho si...

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. — 2 May 1903

What's Worth While in Novels ] The Romance of Society 1 The Romance of the Desert ?j? * The Romance of Old Russia Golden Fleece ItW ?merla?? Atmnimmt f ? Fo~tur* Hunting Sari By DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS " Th? brightness Mid vivacity of this tali will appet? to thoae In search ot entertainment, and the bknd of ssrcasm, htimor, and truth It quite WHrif."?Mroti Free Freut. " A good story along satirical light-comedy line?, told In a spirit? ed and attractive manner."? St? Laui? Republic. Sijrttim lllmjtrotimnj ky HarrlJvn FUhtr. ft.SO The Voice in the Desert ?A Stum *f Straw Kn\*r?m*mt By Pauline Bradford IMackie - Th? book Is well written and well worth reading even by those who remain deaf to the voice of the desert. . . . The picture of the young wife, chafing against the loneliness and hopelessness of her life, stranded In the desert, Is as true to life as any femi? nine picture Mr. Howells has drawn."?N. Y, Sun. ?fi7.SO The Rebellion of the Princess A Stmi ?rf Um ?ad kttrigm By M. IM...

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