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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

ONE CENT ? A WORD. MINIMUM CHAME 26 Cents, Oiih In Advenes THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. SITUATION? WANTb-D-FBMALE. WANTED, A COOK AT 117 WEST lYtAIN street._^_^_? '? Wanted, three young ladies to ,?) work In office. Address W. R. H? care this oftloo.__? ;?, WANTED,' WHITE OR COLOftftft.W?-" man to cook: must sleep on lot; good wages to right partyj 411 W, Marshall I; Street ? ? ' WANTED, A NEAT COOK FOR A ?mall family) must havo recommonda tion?. Apply at BOG N, Fifth Street. PLAIN WRITKBEi EVERYWHERE, spare time evenings, $9.50 week; stead** home work, Belf-aadressed envelope, full particulars. MANAGER, Dept. ?, 3.01, ! _ Box? 3411, Philadelphia. ?a. , WANTED, A GOOD COOK; ALSO ?? NURSE for child three years oidi re? commendations required, Apply at KM Floyd Avenue. ' '?;$20 ~PER THOUSAND COPYIN - DET-J ters; enclose stamp for con?*,of letter,? . * Instructions, etc. We have several ??????? of work. Address EAGLE WHOLE '"'- _SALE CO., Chicago,...

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. — 6 May 1903

TT3T OF OFFICERS AND cI?MlMEN OF COMMITTEES OF VIRGINIA DIVISION AND POSTS, 1903, CITY. RICHMOND NORFOLK PETERSBURG SOUTH BOSTON DANVILLE ALEXANDRIA LYNCHBURQ BLACKSTONE PRESIDENT. H. A. GUI*. Philip Roekam. T. S. Beckwlth, J, D. Norwood. Vf. Dlxon. A. D. Brockett. R, 8, Ogleaby. Virginia Division. HendQiiarters. 303 B. Main St. Richmond. J. E Jon? SECRETARY. H, L. Harwood. O. H. Balrd. R, Vf. Prlohard. ft. "?, Barbotir,' G; Vf, dark?. R. Id. Graham. O, S. Bngledove. T. 8. Beckwlth. Wilfred G. Epe*. H. lt. Harwood. CHAIRMAN Board of Directors. Jo?. Waltereteln. CHAIRMAN Railroad. H. I-*e Lorraine. C. ? Herbert. R. 8. GUI. J. O. Harria. A. D, Kenn. U. 8. Lambert, W. R. "Win free. r. Vf, Manson, Jr. Thos? Polndexter. Geo. H. Dawee. H. P. Stratton. R. ?. Barbour, J, V. Rlson. V, 8. Lambert. N. R. Handy. H. C,. Barrow. H. J>e Lorraine. CHAIRMAN Legislation. R. O, Belt. w. o, Powell. ft. A Martin. Joe. Stcbblns, E. 8. Carleton. ?. ?, Taylor, Jno, W. Craddook. R. A. Adams. R. Vf. Spllm...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

t EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW ANNEX. BEST SERVICE. t Murphy's Hotel, JOHN MURPHY, Proprietor, EIGHTH AND BROAD STREETS, CENTRAL LOCATION, Richmond. Virginia. 1 CLOSE TO THEATRES AND DEPOTS. HOTEL GORDON, * Headquarters for Commercial Travelers. * CENTRALLY LOCATED. One Block from Southern Railroad Station. ? W. A. SYDNOR, Proprietor. Rates, $2.50 and Upwards. Bum ?Meets All Trains. Livery at Hotel. COLONIAL INN,J B??,NCER,i Duke of aiucester Street, WILLIAiISBURd, VA. THE PEN-MAR: Hotel and Restaurant. CAFE ATTACHED. PHIL. O. KELLY, Proprietor. Franklin Street, Corner J 7th. * I Ulli National Hotel, Washington. D. C. American and European Plans. The leading commercial arid tourist hotel of the Capital, located In the heart of the ,business sec? tion of the city, on the famous Pennsylvania ave? nue, opposite the Pennsyl? vania railroad depot. The principal street-car lines run by the door, giving quick and easy? access to all parts of Washington and points of .interest Its the home of the com...

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. — 6 May 1903

?000000000000000000000000000000000090000000000000000 I . _ ! S ? _ s d Rumford I THE WHOLESOME g I Baking Powd?r i ar% a a m ara. ? S I I (No Alum.) | I Its great strength -and keeping ? | quality; its purity, wholesome- 1 ? ness and reasonable price explain S J its increasing popularity. ? I James ?, Gapers & Co. | Si SELLINO AGENTS, ? g RICHMOND, VA. I *.:?? 1 90000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 r 1 TAYLOR ? BROWN, G??? FOOTWEAR. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. L W000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 l Travel for ? Haines, Jones & Cadbury Co. ?E (Philadelphia) * ? Manufacturers Sanitary PI urn bins* Fixtures, ? Water, Steam and Gas Supplies. ? "HA-JO-CA"! John L. Dorset. 1 ^000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000% Hot-bed Sash. CHAS. W. HARDWICKE & co. . MAmw?CT_r-__A_ OP Sash, Blinds, Doors j 18th and Cary Sis., RICHMOND, VA. Moulding, Flooring, &c. | :;\ ' ? 1 SCHOOL-CHURCH FURNITURE OFFICE?-?SPECIAL EXTENSION BOOK CASES AND FILIN...

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. — 6 May 1903

.... ?u ? N'?Gat at ?tw*vmm*im?H*e**w$m IAH Over C. f. Branche Go., Cill?-S?S and B??GKSRS. ?Joinbi.rs of Now York Cotton ___c_-UingG and Chicago Board ?\?? Trade. Kew York Corrcspcndsnfs LADINBUKO TI PRINCE & Willi LEHMAN UROS. MLAUNN&Co. lev' ? NEW YOHK. Prlvute Wir>cs to . OSTON,? ( CHICAGO. W.F. TURNER & CO., ?dealeVs in General ??aidwfire, Builder's Supplies. Paints. Cutlery. Agricultural Implements. Ho<i|<e-l<,tirnIshln g Ooods, &c, t'jQ2 Wlillumsburg Awe. Phono 18TS RICHMOND, VA. S?? ; The Baughman | Stationery Co. Manufacturing Stationers and Printers. AOENTS FOR Yawman & Erbe {Shannon) Letter Fite and Card System, Rapid 0 Roller Copier, etc. II ?. D. Diok Go's Minicogmplm and Supplies. T?iig- f wall and OpjKila Loose Leal Linlgors ami Binders, Led- f gei? .Sheets, Order Blanks aud Cards of all Styles. fa Store, 1207 East Main Street. ? MANUFACTURING PLANT, | 1418 to 1428 West Marshall Street 22 and 401 to 413 Bowe Street. H Richmond Va., ^!?&...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads, | Miller ? Rhoads. Warner's rustproof Corsets The "Glady's" $2. A particularly good corset to wear under a summer Shirtwaist. It's made of fine Batiste, with the top and bottom fin? ished \vith taffeta ribbon. Pretty ribbon bow. The "Gladys" is a medium ? length corset, and especially adapted to women (' RUSTPROOf" GLADYS, with slender figures,, ?%?&, ?>??U~n~?J ^00000000000000000000?*^?^ ? Social and \ \ ?Personal \ %000000000000000000000000M The Old Dominion pilgrimage will leave New York next Saturday for a second visit to Jameetown Island and the colonial home? of Virginia. The executive ofTioera In charge of the pilgrimage are Mrs. Mary Hatah Willard. Mr, 'llden Freeman. Mi's, caroline Foot. Marsh and Mr*. Henry C, Purton, of New York. The pilgrimage will extend rroni May 11th to 18th, and Itinerary of the trip will be as follows ? Saturday, May 9th?Leave New YorK, ?ria ?. Y., P. and ?. (Capo Charles route;; arrive Norfolk. ? Sunday, May 30th?Norfolk, se...

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. — 6 May 1903

THE mA^:'ltoBB8?Sn WHOLE NUMBER. 16,233. mchm?nb; .yi-? Wednesday, may 6, isoe. ? PRICE FIVE CENTS. COMMERCE AND LABOR Great Magnitude of New De? partment of Government. CORTELYSON SECRETARY Everything In the Way of Industry and Trade Has Been Placed Under This New Agency, Including Trusts. Tbe new Department of Commerce, and Labor, which Is now being organised un? der the reoe'nt aot ot Congress, ls of a magnitude tittle realized by the average person. The new department will have a staff of about fifteen hundred employes at tt?e Washington headquarter, and -some ten thousand Including temporary, and permanent appointees, outside tbe : capital. , ..,.,; It le fortunata for Mr. Cortelyou that, ' as tho first head ot the Department of Commerce and Labor, he will be relieved i at the outset of tho task of making a. . lar..'number-of appointments." Ho will ' have enough to do in rearranging and adjusting the working parts of the vast machine he is to. control and'setting in motion and ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 May 1903

THE VIRGINIA DIVISION Organized Eleven Years Ago With a Hand-Full. NOW A GIANT OFSTRENGTH A Splendid Organization of Eight Hun? dred Members Whoso Influence is Felt in All Public Affairs in the State. April 2, 1S12, several ot the old mem? bers of the T. P. A. of A. and their friends assembled at Murphy's Hotel for the purpose of organizing a Division of the Association in this State. In view of the fact that the annual convention of tire Association was to bo held at Old Point Comfort, Va., In Juno of that year, It was Important that tho organization bo effected prior to that lime. Several meetings wero held, and the formal or? ganization effccled as follows: R. S. Chris, tlan, president; George Gibson, Jr., sec? retary and treasurer; Board of Directors: C. W. Saunders, John B. Culpepor, S. C, Shield, C. V. Clash, R. E. Craig, W. B, West; Railroad Committee: Joseph Wal lersteln, chairman; Hotel Committee, C. W. Saunders, chairman; Press Commit-? ico: J. B. Culpepe.r, chairman. RAPI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 May 1903

THE ?^?t?I?-KIS I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,234? RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY QF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. "WASHINGTON, May 6.?Forocast for Tlnirwlny nnrl Friday: Virginia?Shower? In south; f.ilr In north portion Thursday, Friday fair; lieht, variable winds. North Carolina?Shower? to-dny. Fri? day piobably fair; BOutrl.aat winds. This Weather yesterday wan spring? like enough I o bring out summer ppparel, nnd the night was not chilly. To-dav It Is likely that there will he showers In the southern anil fair In the northern por? tion, with geneially fair weather Friday, STATE OF TUB TUERMOMETEK. ) A. M.~7.. CO (2 M. ....... ?I i ]]? M. 77 B P. M. 73 ? P. M. Cl 12 midnight . 61 Avorap-o . C6 5-0 Highest temperature yesterday.77 IiOWest temperature yesterday. t7 Mean temperature yesterday. fi Normal tomporaluro for May. K7 Departure from normnl temperature u"j Precipitation during past '?A iiours.... 00 a?NIATORB' ?I?MANAC. May 7, 1S03. Bun rlnos.B:10 I HIGH TIDE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 May 1903

.?Norfolk-; Rev. J. T. Whllley, .Tudge ?. 't>. Newman, of Shennnrtonh; Hon. J. C. Parker, of Southampton, and many tnemben? of the House nnd quite a gath? ering of ladle*. The crowd will bo even larger to-day, It Is expected. At 1 P. M. tho Senate took Up the epo ?cla! order, the House Joint resolution re? in ting to the removal of Judge 0. J. Campbell, and the substitute therefor T>ffered by Mr. Mcllwalno and others, ?rorldlng for a Joint committee of five rom each .house to Invest?gate the ?charge?? against Judge Campbell. In order that the entire matter might fee before the Senate, Mr. Anderson, of ?Richmond, proposed an amendment to the House Joint resolution, adding thoreto tho causo?- for the removal of Judge Campbell. Mr. Opio, of Augusta, one of tho pn trons of what is known ne the Mcll welno resolution, opened tho debate on I ho two rf solutions. Where, prejudice exists In tho human mind reason oati (lnd.ho lodgment, said Captain Ople, In epshlhg his nmument. In many ...

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. — 7 May 1903

TEAMSTERS RESTRAINED Sweeping Order Issued by a Federal Judge. INTERSTAT E C O Al MERCE Complainants Recite Terms of Contract Team Drivers' Union Asked Them to Sign?Threatened to Kill. Defendants Cited to Court. (My AoHiicliilcd Preea.) OMAHA, NEB.; May C.-On petition of a number of complainants, Including Iho principal transfer and delivery com? panies involved \h the teamsters' strike, ?udgu Munger, of tho Federal Court, to tilght granted temporary restraining or flor enjoining the ofllcors of the Team Drivers' international Union. Local 71, Ivlth all members of the union, from do? ing curtain acts calculated to Interfere With Interstate commerce, and command? ing them to iippoar in court May 20 to ?how causo why a temporary injunction Bhould not bo 'granted. The petition W&H Illcd by attorneys representing seven delivery companies, live coal-dealers, one lumber company, one loi/uer and ? departmiit stoic. In tTio petition the complainants recite lliu term? o? tho contract lit...

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. — 7 May 1903

Tho Times-Dispatch PnW??<nr.?l Daily ?tkI Weekly ht No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vn. Entered Janiinry 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Va., ns Second Clnfs Matter, xindcr Act of Congress of March S. 1S70. the DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Hold at 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is sold at fi rente a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH hy mail? CO cents a month; i?f>.00 n .year, $2.r,0 for bi'x months; Sl-?O for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?2.00 n vonr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in cludin?* Stindny, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi corita per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected fjoniiminientloiis will not be returned unlcs?j accompanied by slumps. Uptown Ollicc nt T. A. Miller's, No. BIO East Tlrond Street. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1003. THfTPEOPLE CAN SHASH PRE ' CEDENTS. The Philadelphia Record snys that while tho friends of Mr. Cleveland can? not but bo gratified In witnes...

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. — 7 May 1903

MANCHESTER TO THEFRONT Gives Benefit for West Point Sufferers Next Tuesday. DEATH OF EMMETT BISHOP Meeting of Cemetery Committee?En? tertainment for the Clopton-Street Church?Street Committee to Meet?Personal Mention. Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, I No. 1102 Hull Streut, j At tho meeting of the Olympia Club lust night at Mooro & Burkes, the daio for the entertainment for the benefit of tho West Point fund was fixed at next Tuesday night, when ono of tho most complete entertainments over given lit Leader Hall will bo put on undor tho auspices of tho club. Tho very bent talent obtainable will be presented and thero will be a two-hours and-a-half show worth anybody's time ;to enjoy. Among tho cntortalners will bo Messrs. Freeman and Wilson, the premier come? dians; John M. I'.yull, James Munn and his company, including ?i?. Charles' Frlschkorn and Mr. He? lert Curtis; .fir. Meonl, Mrs, Jennie Yeamans, Mrs. H. A. Maurice, Miss Nellie Caldcr, Miss Ger? trude Allen, tho Olympia Cl...

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. — 7 May 1903

METHODIST MISSIONS Meeting of Petersburg District Foreign Missionary Society. A RUNAWAY ACCIDENT M. S. Wills Painfully Hurt?Appomatlox Commandery Knights of Templar Observe Their Sevonty-fiflh Anniversary, CSpeclal to Tlic Tlmi.fl-Plspntch.) PETERSBURG. VA., May C?The Wo? man's Foreign Mlsslonnty Society of the Petersburg District, Virginia Methodist Conference, which Is In session nt Wnsli ington-Stroet Church, had n. very Inter? esting meeting to-day, Tho ?oclcly is composed of eighteen auxiliary societies of Petersburg, Blandford, Ettrlck and tho counties of Plnwlddlc, Prlnco George. Surrj'. Sussex, Brunswick nnd Nottoway. The auxlllrlcs nre reported to be In line condition. Miss Ella Hue Coffey, sent by the Woman's Missionary Society of tho Virginia Conference as a missionary" to China, hnd many Interesting things to tell concerning her ?v.perioncos hi the Orient. Mrs. Charles Bradbury read a paper describing tho customs in Japan. Sho presented many Japanese curiosities. Mrs. Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 May 1903

BIO DEAL AT WELDON Sale of Roanoke Navigation and Water-Power Co. TO DEVELOP PROPERTY The Richmond and Norfolk Capital!? ts Who Are the New Owners Will Build an Electric Lino to Roan? oke Rapids and Beyond. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) "vVHDDON, N. C, May 6.-AI1 the right, title, franchises, canal and Improvements ' of tho Roanok? Navigation nnd Water Power Company have been sold to oipl tallsts from Richmond and Norfolk, who have been here recently Inspecting this valuable property. Major J. W. Wilson, who Is the present manager, makes the 'announcement to-day. The transfers will be made in a (?nrrt time. Senator Cam? eron will retain the right to Marsh Isl? and fnrm. The names of the purchasers will not bo given out until the transfer la made. It Is learned on tho oulslilo that the purchasers are all active busi? ness men, some of whom are Interested In street railways, nnd that tho now company will Infuse new life and energy In tho valunblo property, titOM factories and an el...

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. — 7 May 1903

CITY'S BAR ENDORSE IT ?Its Members Are In Favor of the Torrens System. A SPECIAL MEETING HELD A Petition Drawn Up and Signed by Many Well-Known Men Forwarded to the General As ?embly. ?he City Bar Association held a largely attended meeting at Its rooms In the City Hall yesterday afternoon. Tho fol? lowing resolution, oftorod by Colonel W. O. Skolton, was adopted! "Whereas, thoro are many evils In our present land laws whloh would be eor lr?oted by tho adoption of tho Torrens system of land registration? "Rosolved. That we respectfully urge the present legislature to pass the bill tiow pending before It for that purpose." PROBD BY MJ?MBER8 OF BAR, Tho following petition, signed by a luge number of members of the Rlch , mond Bar and accompanied by titrons ' letters from Hone. R. T. Barton and A. C. Braxton, has been forwarded to the General Assemblyi To the General Assembly of Virginia t Wo respectfully urge upon your honor ablo body favorable consid?ration of Sen ato -bill No. 225 a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 May 1903

BILLS DISPOSED OF Both Houses Hold Important Sessions. STEAMBOAT BILL OFFERED Mr. Blscoo Wont? Tangle at Fredericks burg Straightened Out?Tonnage Tax Bill Passes the Senate. The Campbell Case Up. The L?gislature disposed of a largo number of bills on yesterday, but a great many of them wero of a. private nature. In vlow of tho fact that tho time was flrawlng near for tho cutting off of now matter, a great many new bills flowed In, and they wero all appropriately re? ferred. Mr. Blscoo offered a bill In tho House to scttlo a controversy between two ntenmMilp companies doing business on tho Ruppiihaiinock River, nnd It was not for hearing or Saturday. Mr. Woodard, of Norfolk, presented a bill to permit persons to sell liquor un? der certain restrictions where tho cles tion was ndverso to license. House bill to provide for the osso?is mont of mineral lands was passed by the Senate, nnd that body ndopted several other mcaaurea of more or leen Import? ance before taking up tho Campbell c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 May 1903

CHANGES FRACTIONAL Stock Alarket Inert Except for Handful of Issues. CLOSE DULL AND HEAVY Prominent Stocks Which Started Up? wards on Monday Continued to Hold Conspicuous Place In Trading?Changes Small. (By AMoeinteil Ptt*?.) NEW YORK, May 6.?The stock market to-day wns so inert that the utmost ef? forts of tho traders did not effect moro than fractional changes, except In a handful of stocks. Tho prominent stocks, Which started upwards on Monday and early yesterday, continued to hold a enn H)lcueu?i position In tho trading in the degree of their activity, but their small net changea in prices for tho day are a ?trong indication that profit-taking wns actively going on in . them under cover of the now points of strength. St, Paul, tho Pacifies, Louisville and Nashville, Heading. Brie, Baltimore and Ohio and other stocks of this class ended the day practically unchanged from last night's prices, though they absorbed a large pro? portion of tho day's dealings. St.. Louis nnd San Franc...

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. — 7 May 1903

ONE GEHT I WORD. MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRHiQ ?REITEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ORE CHARGE GEHT 25 Gents, a CashlkiAdvanoe W0RO. HELP WANTED?KEMALB. .WANTED, UNMARRIED SOUTHERN lady ns teacher of modorn language, in col lego for women; must bo experienced graduate, with highest credential?; none but very best need apply; Ralary good. B. E. WORRELL, 615 ChurcJt Ave, S. W., Roanoko, Va. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. _??.?_______.,........,. L..?!...?.,..!...! M A PROGRESSIVE TEACHIER, I_4X>Y OB" ripo experience In best Institutions, wishes fall or Btimrncr engagement; KChool or family; Mathematics, English, , Latin, French, Music; hlft-hr-st testimon? ?ala. VIRGINIAN, care thU office. r ? . , ?? ? ; .' , i : ? HELP WANTED?MALE. .WANTED, ROOK-KEEPER; MUST write a good hand and bo quick at fig? ure?; good position for right i>arty. Ad? dress X. Y. 5?., caro this office. WANTED, HARNESS-MAKERS. ??? eluding Fitter?, Stitchers and Cut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. | Miller ? Rhoads. Extraordinary Offerings In Silks For this Week "We started a special sale of Silks a week ago, and tho returns last week were satisfactory to us in every way. This week the salo has been continued, and tho salos thus far at the beginning of tho second week have been even larger than those of the beginning of the first week. Confidence begets confidence. W? knew our silks were worthy in every way, and that every customer would bo a living advertisement of the goods. That's why the Silk Sale is just as productive now as at tho be? ginning. Few inoro of the specials quoted this morning: 75c and $1.00 Foulards, now. 39c $1.25 Foulards, now. 49c 75c Striped Tussahs, now. 39c $1.25 Corded Taffetas, now. 49c 75c Striped Pongees. 59c $1,00 Striped Taffetas ...~. 59c ^(jaaaoaaaaaaff 000000000000^. ?? <**. 5 ?ocia? and \ ?tt **? ? ?Personai \ \ ? **0000000000000000?f00fi0000H Mr. Elliott Daingerlleld, who has until S P. M. yesterday been visiting Mrs. Cl...

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