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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

Three SectionS rnSa IPSft 1^-WH'OLE NUMBER/16,160; .' RICHMOND, VA.., SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1003. PRICE FIVE.CENTS. THE DAYS SUMMARY.' THE WEATHER. *?.^f^BH1N*QT0J,?' b"ob- 7.-Foreca?t for Su day and Monday: Vlrelnla?Raln Sunday; Monday, 'falr; iresji to brltlt enst v/lnds. ?o!, lr,h an'1 So"<-h Carolina and Ooorgta? R?ln Sunday; Monday falr; fresh to hrlsk ea6t, shlftlng to south west wlnds. After a day. of cloudy sklcn.' a cold. Pfpetratlng rain bagan to fall late last nlght. and tha chancea, according to the Weather Eureau,. are for a dlsarjreeable aayj followed by cloarlng to-moiYOK'. STATE OF THE*TFlEnMOMETER. 9 A. M.'39 8 I". M. ........ ii 9 P. m.;.41 12 mldnight . 20 Average.-111-3 Hlghfest tempernture yesterday. 50 Lowtst tempr.rattire yesterflay. 31 ifean temperaturo yesterday.40 NQrrnal teDiperaturo for Fobruary.... f:<5 Depnrture from normal lemperaiure.. (?! Preclpitatfon durlng past 21 houra... CO , MJN1ATURE ALMANAC. Feb. 8, 1303. Bun rlses.7:00 I HIOII T1DE. Bun ...

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. — 8 February 1903

been rejponcihle for ?my of these de )ny?7" Mr. t)o Armonfl: "I unrleTtnke to ?sy 'hut the nuKgeslion of tho gentlcman (hat soniebody wns trylng to 'tnko charge ot the bill' Is entlrely grntultous nnd the bfitt<>r s?n?e of the Rentlcniiin from, Malne and lhe better munnera of the gentle m?n from Malne nught to mnkc htm iiware of that fact." Mr. Ultlefleld: "I trust tlie gentleman Imow* that tho 'genticinan rrom Mfllne' rlld not Intenfl lo be personally offenslve 'to'the'Rentleman from Mlssourl; at lenst, lf he does not appreclato that fact. the ?gentleman from Malne' deslren to so Btate." Mr. Clayton (Ala.bama) warmly com mendpfl soctlons 8. 0>, 7 and 11. and de rlared hls bellef that the bill contalned "so much good that lt would ncver be* eome a law." All hilnorlty nmendment* were hewd and votcrl flown. At the oxplrntion of the threo liourr. Mlowptl for the conRlderatlon of amend *-**-"?? nnrler the special ordqtf, the Com mltrte of tho Whole roso and the bill ? Wns passe...

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. — 8 February 1903

Suit and Pvercoaf Sale For Small Men and Large Boys We fincl that we have about twenty Overcoats and thirty Sack Suits, all small sizes, from 33 to 36 brcast meas? ure, Suits and Overcoats that sold from 813.50 to $18, to close them out in one day we offer them to-morrow only, at For the Choice. <^m^f^-@?*ficmto CITY HALL NEXT WEEK The Board of Aldermen Will Meet Alonday Nlght. SPEEDWAY RESOLUTION Loophole in the Action of Grounds and Buildings Committee Large Enough to Drive Horse and Buggy Through. Monday?Commlttee on Elcctrlclty, 8 o'clock; Caruegle Hlbrary Board, G o'clock. Tuesday?Board of Aldermen, 8 o'clock. Wednc-sday?Subcommltteo on Health, S o'clock. Thursday?Oommlttco on Health, 8 o'clock; fcubcomnilttee on transfers, & o'clock. Such ls the schedule of Councllmanlc jnaetlngM outlined for thls week. Indlcatlons polnt to a rather dull week in City Hall clrclcs. despite that the Hoard of Aldermen wlll hold Its regular monthly meetlng Tuesday nlsht and ln 'uJdltlon tse...

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. — 8 February 1903

ERECT 01L REFINERY Hlghland Park Manufacturlng Co.to Spond Thousands. AN EMBEZZLEMENT TR1AL Negro Preacher and Hls Board ofStew arda Are Charged With Misappro priating Ohurch Funds?Busl? ness Changes in Charlotte. (Contlnued from Flntt Page.) CnARLO'TTE. N. C. February 7.-The HlKhlund Park Manufucturlng Company haa purchased from Mecklenburg coun? ty the county home property. whlch con adats of U3 acrua located about two mlles eait of tho clty. Tho puxchaae prlce wtp iU.100 or $75 an aore for tho ontlre traa 'f. is company lntends, at tho eaxllest ^oetafble date, to erect a large oll ro ftriery, whlch will represent an outlay ort $300,000. The stockholders of tho nighland Park Company are among the wealthlest busi cess men of Ehe entlre State. Mr. W. E. "ttolt, Its presldent, la several ? tlmes a Wllllonulrc. and other members of the Board ot Dlrectors are among our largost sapitallsts. Already the company has teaugurated plans which lnvolve the ex psndlture of at least 5760,000. Th...

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. — 8 February 1903

> j* FULTON /?> j? j? ** fiARTON HEKJHTSj* ** GREENDALE PARK * j* j* SEVEN'PINES j? .* JWetps gf Suburbs HIGHLAND SPRINGS .* j* FULTON PARK .*> j? *? NEW BRIDGE * * ; EAST Tha entertalnment to be glven at East RIohmond Sunday School Hall next Thursday. evenlng wlll bo very unlque and eirtertalnlng, belng aomething dlffer ?nt from anythlng hcforo, Tho aale of tlcketa ao far haa been good. Mr. P. H. Flego, the auporlntendont^of tho Sunday Bchool and under whose aolo inanagement the entertalnment will be glven, can bo seen'at hls off lee, East RWhmond Carrlage Shops, ln regard to ?xohanglng sultable books t&r tlckets, whloh can bo dono up to Thursday. Oeorge Fussell, whoae health has been bad for aom'e tlme, la now reported to be lxnprovlng. Mrs. J. Slmpklns, of Ferndalo," con tlnues slck but her eonditlon Is somewhat lmproved over last week. Mrs, Jacobln Brldsmldt, of Auburn, R. I., formerly of Richmond, a aiater of Mra. S. Flego, of East Rlchmond, dled January 81st. afte...

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. — 8 February 1903

03 EAST BROAD STREET. OLDEST AND LARGEST R1US5C HOUSE IN VIRGIN1A, PUBLIC SCHOOLS Atovement Inaugurated Here by the Mt. Vernon Ladies Association. The VIce-Regent for Virglnia ln the Mount Vernon Ladles' Assoclatlon of the Union has Inaug-uratcd an eft'ort to place the portralt of Washlngton ln the publlc 6chools of Virglnia. The National Socloty of Colonlal I>amcs of Virglnia has rosponded flrst to her nppeals by the glft of twenty-lh'o ($25) dollars to thls end. Gilbert Stewart's last unf.nlshed plc ture, tho best likenesa known of Wash- ! lngton, ls tho ono selected. Tliese plctures wlll be h'ung In many of the publlc schoola before the 22d of Feb? ruary. They aro frhined in three-lnch flemlsh oal;, .slze twenty-slx by thirty Inches, and atttiched to each one In nar? row cormspohdliig frame. hungs tho me? morlal to Washjngton,, written by An drew Reed, nn Englishman, ln U33, nt -the -gruve of Washlngton nnd left by hlm for the. famlly at Mount Vernon. The-Je picturos may bo se...

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. — 8 February 1903

THEATRES THJSWEEK Comlng Attractlons at the Academy and BIjou. A FAR-FAMED VIOLINIST Koclan Eagorly Awaited by Lovors of Music?Tho War-Play Winchester. Matlame Her_mann attho BijuU. ACADEMY ? Tu*flday, "Winchester." Saturday, Koclan. BIJOU?Madome Herrmann, all week wlth usual matlnees. The present thcatrlcnl season ls on the wane. Sprlng Is nearly a month off yet, but the slgns of the end of tho theatrlcaJ (neason are In the alr, and already leadlng: men, soubncttos, and all the rest, are beglnnlng to look about for a Summor engngement. Many com panlos closo In Aprll, and the month of showers Is so near now, to one whose salary enda shortly after All Fools' Day, that It ls tlmo to open the cyes to that fact. Thoro havo been some excellent attractions hero thls sea? son, and thcro aro qulte a number yet to come, though, f,rom now on, with the exceptlon of ono or two weeks, they wlll not orowd each other. Manager R. U Olffen -wlll not have a dnamatlc stock company ln Rlehmond for the ...

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. — 8 February 1903

SHOULDER WAS CLEFT IN TWAIW Barkeeper is Fearfully Cut by a Negro. THE ASSAILANT MADE HIS ESCAPE Carrying Hls Murderous Knifc | Along With Him. W0UNDED MAN IS OF JHERCULEAN STRENGTH The Negro Struck Hls Terrlble Blow >fVith His Keen Blade, Shearing Through the Shoulder Down to the Bone?Another Serious Wound Also Inflicted. Likely to Recover. as a result of 'a1 mlsunderstandlng ln a IwJTOom at the corner of Elghth and Cary gtreots last night at 7:30 o'clock, Axmegeo, known to hls assoclates and frlends as "Mike," Correlrl, tho proprietor of the place, ls now conJlnod to a bed at the Retrcat for the.Slck, sufforlng from two liorrlblo knlfe wounds, whlle Wllllam Straus, a negro well-known to the pollce, ls a fugir.lvo from justlce, with every offloer l.i tlie clty maklng a strenuous offort to nppreliend him. Whlle tlie physlcians rogard the wounds of Correlrl as qulte sorlous, they aro not looked upon as nectssarfly fu/tal, and Btrong nopes are ontortalnod for hls re covery However,...

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. — 8 February 1903

*>W "? tO REMODEL LONDON BILL The Saloon Measure is Slde tracked. A FLOOD OF LOCAL BILLS The Tarboro Dlspansary Bill Waa Ratl fied In the Senato?The Murphy or Watts Bili Will Be Passed in a Few Days. (Spcclal to Th? TIme?*DI?pstcli.) RALB1GH, N. C, Fobruary 7.-A great flood of local bllla engaged tho attentlon of both branches of tbie> Loglslaturo to day, The Senato tabled. a blll to regu late the praotlce of optlclans. Tho blll prescriblng tho dutles and Habllltles of : Inn koopors and boardlng-house keepers was mado a speclal ordor for next Wed? nesday. Tho Tarboro dlsponeary blll was ratlfled. N-otablo bllla introduced: By Mr. Relnhart: To amend chapter 832, laws 1'jOI, to provldtt widows of Con fcderato soldlors wlth penslons. By Mr. Glenn: To abollsh the Bosud of Examlners of State Instltutlons, By Mr. Relnhar'dt: To allow ra.llroad oompanies to Uie potltlons as to rato of si?.*o- ln passlng through towns, whsre speed ls rcgulatcd by ordinance. Tho Bonate Commlttee on Pro...

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. — 8 February 1903

HOW TRAINS ARE GUIDED Interestlng Story Told by a Traln blspatcher. A MYSTERY IS EXPLAINED Somothing About This Most Important Branch of Railroad Work, Which Is a Sealed Book to the General Public. Several rocont appalllng railroad wrocks have turnou publlo attentlon to the oituiner of handllng tralns, and tho ques? tlon of the responslhlllty for the loss of Ixinocent llves has often of late been dls oussed. ' Mr. W. M. Btckers, a traln despatclur <of the Cthesapeake and Ohlo Railway ? Company, and one of the most efflclont "ln the buslness," haa consented to tell t how tralns are run by tbe standard codt., now gonorally ln voguo. Mr. Blckors says: I have no wonder that the publlc are fequently unable to grrasp the oauae o( aooidon ts reported ln the pxess diepatches, for the peoplo genorally and the press Btgents , froquently are not versed la tlie fundamental rules of traln-runnlng, njid these reports frequently use the terms "dlspatcher-''" and "operator" synono znously and as...

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. — 8 February 1903

CONFLICT OF FORCES Animated Strength of Wabash Made Poor Showlng. CLOSE F1R/H AND ACTIVE Publicatlon of Bank Statemont Caused Such a Declino That Demand for Shorts Oaused an Effective Rally?Bonds Irregular. <Hy Asuoclnted I-rens.) ,''?', NEW YORK, Feb. 7.-Tho animated strongth of tho Wabosh securltles In tne stock market to-day contested for a pro valllng lnfluenco wlth tho vory poor show? lng mude by the banks. Tho Influonco of the bank statoment was lesscned V* tne notorlous.easo wlth whlch loans can now bo obtalncd. It Is well. undertsood also, that tho Btiitemont wlll be compllcated. by tho chango ln tho capltal account or tho Western National Bank, due to mer? cer oporatlons. lt ls estlmated that tne loan account ls oVersDatctf to the extent of moro than four mlllions by thls ad justmont. Tho loan expanslon ls stlll left ot a largo llgure, and it ls belleved thnt somo of the effect of the $8o,000,000 Pcnnsylvnnla loan oxpanslon ls thrown over from last week. Tho J7.234.SOO d...

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. — 8 February 1903

EELING OF GONFIDENCE Publlc Does Not Sharo Feel Ing of Professlonals. CONTINUETO HOLD ALOOF Money Contlnued Easy Throughout tho Weok, Although Banks Are Losing to Sub-Treasury?Venezuelan Affalr Had Little Influence. (Speclnl to The Tlmen-Dlapntoh.) NEW YORK, Februnry 7.-<The Flnan olal Age. in Its weekly rovlcw, says: Tho changes that occurred ln tho slt? uatlon laat week wero of a favorablo Choroctcr, and ns such were generally appreclated in stock market quarters, where thero waa a notlceablo Improvc tnent ln speculatlve sontlment. Thls fccl lng ot oonfldenco as reflected ln stoek inarkot oporatlons was not sharcd In by the general publlc, who havo perslst ently refuaed to lond tholr support to an olevatlon of values. Favorable ond unfavorablo developments havo nllko been treated wlth an lndlfforonce that ls as ?unpreoedentod as It is dlsappolntliig to brokers who havo predlctcd ench woek -that outsldo Interest would soon be awakoned. Thls apathy, wlilch has been the subject of...

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. — 8 February 1903

ONE GENT CHARGE A 25 Cents, WQaD. CashlnAdwance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINQ QREATEST RESULTS. MIMIKUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance one CENT A WORD. US!,? WANTED? MALE. CIQAR SALEBMEN WANTED; EXPBK* lence unneeeHHury; good pay. EMAN UEL CO? Statlon "J?" New York. WANTBD-RORTER. APPLY AT ROOM No. 2, No. 911 Koat Maln Streot, Mon? day. C1RCULAR DISTIUBUTORB EVERY. whero; Vi to 17 per thoui-aml eam ed. DISTRIBUTORS' NATIONAL UNr ION, Clnclnnatl, Ohlo. _ ' iWANTED-FIRST CLASS LABBL COM posllor. Flne posltlon for up-to-dai? man. JULIAN C. ANDEIlSON, No. 1830 Best Franklin Streot. WANTKD, FIRBT-CLABS WH1TB3 BAR BERS for Hotel Ncfldo Bhop; 112 per week; one-half over *24. Apply to J. T. JONE8. 877 Maln Streot, Norfolk. Va. . Vanted. OOOD CANVAS3ER for unocnupled torrltory; free outflt: c&Bh each week fnr wholo or part_tlrne. WESTERN NEW YORK NURSBHY CO.. Dept. 9. Rochoster, N. V. itAN TO CARRY STOCK AND BELL. our house polnt nnd palnt spoclaltlea; J1.20O to 12,...

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. — 8 February 1903

HELP WANTED?MALE. ?lnto, ?rcllnblo travnllnR salesmen to sell 'Ollmas Ktove Pnllfh ,inil Slioe I'ollsh Sfust bo wllllng to show nblllty ns tfnlestnnn ln our llne on n coniinlssloii 1>nrls for twn wcoks, HEBBLEWH1TL MFG. CO,, Gnlnesvllle, N. Y. HvANTJ^n?A'r ONCE A COLORED boy, nco lf. tn ?. Apnlv SPOTSWOOD HOUSE. Governor nnd II?>:?? Sti"'is. "WANTED?1-ODGB n R G A N I 8 1* R Wnnlrd; must havo experlence; strnc'y posltion to rlRht ninn; wlll pny p>oil wilnrv. Apply "'FRATERNAL,'" care thls oftlco, _ WANTED - CANVASSERS A N D Street Pale?mrn to ?ell our Cllmix V\ n ter-proof HWpk P.ntenl l.oaihei S e pollsh; n cood mnrpln to p-iol snl s incii. ITEUBEEWHITE MFG. CO.. Giilnnsvlllo. N. T, i?_LOST._ tiOST-ONE BUNCH OF ICEYS LAST TiiomiHv. about f, nr 7 ln number.1 In ro Pt^i.le ltov. p'p.-i;.o return to Nn. I'H Wesl Lolgh Btreet. Wlll pive llberal reward. . WANTED. WANTED?LADY OR GENTLI-MAN 'Hndy prcferrei>) with J2.V. ln cash to liiHo 1-.1 lnt.-rr?t ln a business poy ing Sl.V...

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. — 8 February 1903

NOT TO BE ., RE-ELECTED A Succossor Wlll Be Chosen to Rov. C. H. Crawford, HOLD SESSIONTO-MORROW Dr. Crawford Has Two Excellont Posi tlona Offered Hlm, and Is Pretty Certaln^o Accopt.Ono of Them. Dr. Moore May Come. Tho Exccullvft Commlttee of the Antl Baloon League ot Virginia wlll meot at 3 o'clock to-tnorrow afternoon ln the parlor nf the Young Men'a ChrlatJau Assoclatlon urd wlll prooeefl with tho electton of sal nrled offlcers, as provlded ln tho constltu tlon amended at the recent annual con vention. WILL MAKE CHANGES. At tho present tlme there aro two euch salarled offlecra connected with the league -tho superlntendent and the-' field secro tary?but tho commltteo eontemplates a rcarrangemont with reference to them. Tlio offlco of fleid secretary wlll be abol Itficd. The superlntendent wlll be expect? ed to covcr the Qeld, and there wlll be crettcd the new posltlon of-offlce secre? tary, tho occupant of whlch posltlon wlll Ico-k after the dotall work, correspondence aud so on,...

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. — 8 February 1903

A Woman's Pride -is largely in ber figure, and rightly so. The L?NGFELO MODELS of the For 1903 reflect the newest styles in woman's attire. There are 150 styles to select from?a variety that is certain to contain the identical garment that your figure requires to accentuate its beauty and correct its defects. .; Styles 425 and 430, made of batiste, distinctly this season's ; proper models, $ 1.00 arvd $ 1.50. Hose supporters attached. "More expensive patterns exquisitely finished made of any Corset materials ii you desire them* A Shape for Every Figure. ASK YOUR DEALER?. WOMAN WAS ACQUITTED Other Trials to Follow for Selling Without License. BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL Captain McCracken is Urged by His Friends for Reappointment Upon the Board of the Eastern State Hospita.' ?Valuable Merfiber (Spe-cIU to Th* Tlmes-Dlspatch.} FKEDERICK&BC?tG, VA., February G.?Ashes' Har??ld, of Spotsylvanla coun? ty, who was one of .-?ose indicted at Spotsylvanla Court the frst of the week, ibarged wit...

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. — 8 February 1903

Porty Pages ree Sections ?,5TbTs?A?, S8SBBSB iffi I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,160. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1003. PRICE EIVE CENTS. WALKINQ GIRL IN HER QLORY Many Fair Pedestrians to Be Seen Now. SOMEGOOD'WALKERS Exerclse Results In Rosy Cheeks and Brlght Eyes. A STROLL AT EARLY MORN During the Lenten Season This Will Be the Popular Tlme, and Then the Society Glrl is. Altogether Charmlng and Irresistible. The Sunday Parade of the "Four Hundred" The mlld days ln February, pregnant wlth the prornlse of the goldcn unfoldlng of fluted Jonqulls by and by; of the waxen pctals of hyaclnths and the plnk and white *?*??.? cs of apple and cherry bloesom tlme, 'tfmpt the Rlehmond soclety glrls who love walklng out of doors. Stout boots are put on, the newest tal lor-made gowns adjusted. hats are conxed to a becomlng tllt and vells plnned se curely lnto place. Then. wlth gloves flt tert to a nlcety. pretty femlnlne pedestri? ans are ready for a jaunu They may be seen every afternoon on Frunkll...

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. — 8 February 1903

few were present. But a week later It wnn plnnncd for a number of brllllntit re copllons to be glven her, Mrs. Dccntur gavo the flrst nnd tho very next day the news reached the clty thnt Commodorr Docatur had benn killed, nnd Wnshlng ton was. nt once thrown Into mourntng, and the cntortnlnmonts were, of course, abandoned. Both Ellia nnd Mnrln mnrrled genlle rnefi who wore nt dlfforeni tlmes the prl vate secrelnrios of the Presldent, At that tlrac John Qulncy Adnms wns Secretary Of State and Mrs. Hny mndo hls llfo hnrrt, for sho had hlm cominunlcate to the forelgn mlnlstcrs hor rullngs rcgnrd lng roceptions nnd vlslts to the Whlto House. But when Mr. Adnms boenme Presldont, .he nppolntcd Mr. Hny to ho i Judge nnd made Mr. Oouvcrnour post tnnstcr of Now York clty. KIND TO THE POOR. Marln took Is by turns, llvlng nt tlmes ln New Vork, Wnshlngton nnd Oa'.< Hlll. After the denth of Mrs. Monroe. 1F30, Mr. Monroe went to New York to he with ?her and with Mrs. Hay, who was also llvlng th...

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. — 8 February 1903

For tho Woman who Wants to Know. For the Hon and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business HanToo Busyto Know, What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours Hlstory-maklng Eventf ln At! Llnes of Activity. Brief, ClHSfiified, Comp'lcte, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. jtmerican jiffairs. QEORGIA SLIGHTS ROOSEVE-T. At tho annual banquot of tho Qoorgla Soclety In New York clty, Tuesday nlght, tho uaual toast "Tho Presldont of tho Unitod Statoa" wa8 omltted and ono to '"tho United States of America" sub slitutod. Govornor T?rroll, of Georgla, apoke at length on tho raco questlon,, Baylng that in tho solutlon ot lntornal problema tho peoplo interested ncoded "Intolllgent sympathy wlth'out Interfcr enco moro than Ignorant asslstance wlth projudlced Intermcddllng." Mayor Low, of Now York. apoke on tho subject of chlld labor, aaylng, "ali the proflts of tho cotton Industry aro not worth tho llfo of a alnglo chlld. of Georgla." VHRMONT FOR LOCAX. OPTION. Tho epoclal referendum vot...

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. — 8 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch. THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CENTfl A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMEB-DI8PATCH 18 BOLT> AT FIVE CENTS A COPV. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MA1L. COC. A MONTH. ? A YEAR: tf.CO FOH StX MONTHS; 91.50 FOR THREE MONTHB. BUNDAY TTMB8-DISPATCH BY MAIL, >C A YEAR. THE DAILY TTMEH-DISPATCH. IN CLUDtNG SUNDAY. BY CARR1ER, WC. PER WEE1C. ' THE 6UNDAY TIMES-DIBPATCH, BY CARRIER, 6C, PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. $1 YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUN1CATIONS WILL BE P.EJECTED. .? _? T RHJECTED COMMUNICATIONSW1LL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC COMPANIED BX BTAMPS. SUNDAY, FE-BRUA-..Y 8, 1803. SEVEN PINES. Recent ndwspapor publlcations assuro the people of the purpose of tho Rlch? mond Passcnger and Power Company to make ? tho battle-flcld of Seven Plnes more attraetlve to visltors than it ever has been. The Seven Plnes road of that company ls a part of tho atroet-car system of thls jity'and makes that spot mora acccssl Me than any other of tho dozon flelds ln the viclnlty of Rlchmond. ...

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