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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 February 1903

NEW JUDGES ARE ELECTED Leglslature Provtdes for the Judlciaryv THEREWAS NOOPPOSITION Long and Tedious Siego of Roll Calls as Required by Constltuiion?Jnmos town Blll In House?Big Day's Work In Both Branchos. Tha twenty-four new clrcult judgos pro? vlded by the Oonatltutton and named re contly by the Democratlo caircus wero chosen by a Jolnt vote ot the two houses of'tho General Assembly yesterday after? noon. Mr. J, B Prlnce, Jn, waa elected judge of tho County Court of Southampton, tp aucceed hla father, who has reslgnoa on account of Ul health. The chlef matter ot lnterest ln Uio Sen ato waa the rejectloa by that body ln oicecuUve aesslon of the nomlnation of Hon. D. 8? Pollook as auperln teudant ot achools for the county of Pulaakl, Mr, PoUock la a for? mer member of tho Houae, and waa named hy the Board of Bducatlon to nuccecd Mr, C Ouy Larew, reatgned, Tho flght on ? Mr. Pollook waa led by Senator P. F. St Clatr, of Otles, who had rooommeuded the eppclntment of Mr. L. E. DareU ...

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. — 13 February 1903

%ive News andPresh Gossip Fronathe Cities andTowns ofVirginia. REFORM IN NORFOLK Twenty-four Llquor Dealers are in th<* Polico' Court. APPEAL FOR JURY TRIAL Mayor Riddick is Non-committal In Ro gard to Changes in the Polico Force. Oommlssioners Have Requested Oapt. Prince's Reslgnation. (Speclal to Tb? Tlmca-PlspBtcli.) NORFOLK. VA.; February 12.?After eeveral months of frultless effort the llquor aellers ot Importance were brought lnto the Pollce Court thls mornlng on "warranta ehaxglng them wlth openlng thelr 'saloons on Sunday durlng the month of January for the sale of ? HquoT! There -were twenty-four warrnnts ln all, a few ot whlch were assessod wlth flnes and tlie remalnder were contlnued for trlal, pome on tbo 13th. 'and others on >Jie 39th ot thls month. Tho warrnnts dld not cause much stir, because, ns Sieretofore, tlio cases wlll bo appealed to ithe Corporatlon Court, wh'ere tho Jurlcs have heen ln the hablt of rcmlttlng tho flnes 3mposod by tho^ polico Justlce. The ...

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. — 13 February 1903

Cordes, Mosby & Co* -_.-\w, 40c Linen Livwns 29c. Full yard wide. all pu*o __6n) fine' and.lioavv woiglit, Anotbor lot juui in. Tho regulation 40o _tio.lifcy Special 29c. Cordes. Mosby & Co. THE YOUNG LIONS ARE G1VEN NAMES Governor Montague's Chlld? ren Perform the Chrlsten IngAct atBostock's. In the annala of the an?usement wofld nnd pouslbly of tho many thousand vislt ors that have ett'ended the Bbstock BIiow, no mdre popular event haa cro eted ho much aeneallon as tho namlng of the baby llbna hy Governor Montague's .chlldren for the beneflt of the Mosonlc Home. Tho day broke brlght and lOvoly wlth the ovldencas of a warm and gehlal aprlng. And the elecrrlc cara wero kept husy all afternoon tn dellverlng their varloua cargoes of myn. women nnd chil? dren at tho Horse Show bulldlng. Tho ladles of tlio Masonlc Home, who had charge of the beneflt. had the vory genor Ous nsaistnncQ of every Worshlpful mos tor and lodge of Frcemasons ln the clty of RIchmond. Further, the an nou...

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. — 13 February 1903

SVSTEM OF TRANSFERS JPIan That Has Been Prepared by tho Clty Attorney. BE ADOPTED NEXT WEEK The Schemels In the Nature of n Com* pronilse nnd It ls Thought Llkely That It Wlll Become EfFective. ?The substreet commlttee on transfers met last nlght at the City ,Hall. whero for an hour or more the all-lmportant ijuesUoii of a unlversal transfer aystexn for Riehmond waa dlscussed wlth the re? sult that tlnal actlon waa postpom-d untll/ next Friday nisltt lt ls altogether pro bable that upon this occaslon a report wlll bo formulated, recomrr*;i)dliiff tlie -ad optlon by Uie Council of a plan wltlcli "js flven below ln full. Present at the meoting last nlght w?re Meaara AdOms (chalrman), Wbltte-t, Vlillllps and Bahen, Mr. West belng tbe Dnly member who falled to bIiow up. General Manager Huff, Major Mllea M. Martln and Captalu Alex Gulgon, rep resonting u? atreet lullway company, Wero on hand, aa waa also Clty Attorney ?Pollard. THB CITT'S RIGHTS. Duritrg the wait for a quorum the plnji a...

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. — 13 February 1903

REMINGTON TYPEWRIT E R The Experlence of * Quarter of a Cenlury, ls Tho Confidcnco of the Buslness World la WITH IT An ever-wldei-lng fleld of usofulncs* is BEHIND IT BEFORE IT REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO? 706 East Main Street. Richmond, Va. F.NDOWMENT FOR THE MASON1C HOME Matter Agaln Taken Up at the Sesslon Yesterday?Pros pects are Brlght. Tho Bonrd of Governors of the Ma-' ?onlc Homo of Vlrglnia met ln theirJr.& ular monthly sesslon at tho offloe, of Judgo B. R Wellford, Jr., ln the Clty. Hall at 12 M. yeeterday, . < ,.. The rpporls of tho chatnnen of the V-rious commltto? were read, and' Bhowed that the several Interests a'nd departments of tho Homo were belng caxcfully looked after and were In good >ahape. The helath of the boys and glrls of tho Homo Ib excellent, and wlth such propltlous beginning of the year, wlth good health and all departments ln good condltlon, tho board exprosaos tlie Kopo that It wlll be oneof tho best years of the grand lnstltution slnco its found...

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. — 13 February 1903

WHITE HOUSE EXPEDITURE Jncrease In Approprlatlon Subject of Crltlcism. GROWING EXTRAVAGANCE Mr. Galnes Doos Not Think People Should Be Taxod for''Endless Chain Entertalnments"?- Mr. Jones Has Philippine Item Amend'd. i (Br A-iocl-t? Pre-K.) * WASHINGTON, D. C? Fobruary 12. The Honso mado slow progrcss with the siu.dry clvll bill to-doy, coverlng only itwenty-seven pages and lenvlng forty pagcs still to be dlsposed of. The delays to-day woro occosloned by a ratner pro tTacted dlscusslon ot tlio Item In the blll for the maintcnance of the White House, anfl considerablo dcbnte upon the item ap propriarJng $300,000 for tlio rellef of dls tressed Filipinos. Mr. Morgan, of Ten riessee. and Mr. Fitzgerald (Democrat), of Now York, critlcised the greatly Increased cost of maintalning the Whlto House. An amendment to cut ln half tho appropria ,tion for the rellef of ddstross In the Phll? lpplnes was defeated, rjut tho lnnguage of the porngraph was modified to roqulre an? nual reports of the ?...

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. — 13 February 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance pt THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance ONE GENT A WORD. CELT WANTED?KATE. .WANTED. A YOUTH OR YOUNG MAN for shipping clerk and to assist on books. Apply to RICHMOND FLOUR & FEED. CO.. 108, UP and 112 S. Twelfth Street. .WANTED, A STRONG, HEALTHY BOY, about 18 years old, to learn a good trade; night work. Apply at the Tlmca Dlspatch office to-day. A COMPETENT MALE STENOGRA? PHER and TYPE1 WRITER wanted at once. YARBROUGH & FEL-HINGER, foot N. Thirteenth Street. I_ WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS JOB PRES8 ???. Apply to CLYDE W, BAUN? BRS. 1009 E. Main Street. .WANTED, TRA VELINO SALESMEN to ?ell Blue-dame Oil Stoves to dealers In Virginia nnd North Carolina. Ad? dress by letter, giving; references, B. F. O. B., care this office. COMPETENT MALE STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER for big? manufact? uring ooncern; good prospects to ad? vance; Oliver operator preferred. Apply...

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. — 13 February 1903

?r-r?3-.--'-.rr-: Miller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. THESPRING SALE OF NOTIONS Trfoara jijio tvJioh m-o irore just outoririg into Bichmond Morcantilo b'fe ou p small scale, our storo gaiucd a great roputabioti ns n. first class iiotion house. piiv.s.nalcwi- and wouigu who did their own dressmnking knew jihif whoro io got tho littlo odds nnd onds that ontor so largely into Uio new gown. Fidclityto littlo tlihigs has been no inconsiderablo faefcor in the growtb ol tlio houso to itw present proportions and whilo we havo ox panded in many ways sinee tho birth of the litt.le storo oigliteen yoars. ugo, tlie original pafcb thnt lod ua to tho broad highway of succoss has novor boan lost. sight of and our iiotion dopartment lias, aud will al? ways eontinuo to l.io iu tlio forofronb of ourbusinoss. Fow tliings for spring noods in to-daya no\rs tbat will intoresfc drossmalcers and all womon tliat do thoir own sewing. Tako a look at tho Ensfc 'Window boforo you oonio in. Quito a fino di...

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. — 14 February 1903

thf^II^S SMBB Z, | WHOLE NUMBER, 16,165. KICIIMOND, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ,14, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS, thedAyssummary. THE WfcATHER. ?WASHINGTON, y0b. 13.?Forccast for Baturdoy nnd Sunday: Vlrginla-rnrtly cloucly Salurdny, colder In tho lnterlor, exccpt In oxtreme aouth west portlon; Sunday raln and colder, varlablo wlndo. NorUi. Carollna?Increaslng oloudlneas Saturday, followed by raln; Sunday colder and probably ralr, excopt raln In extreme eostern portlon; frcsh eouth wlnda'bocom ing north Sunday. Thft morcnry rosn to Bummer heat yes terday, but by mldnlght It had roturned to a more comforublo llgnro, and the chances nro for coolcr weathcr tQ-.day vlth raln to-morroty. 8TATB OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 A. M.52 12 M. 63 8 P. M.70 C P. M. Gtj 9 P. M.53 12 mldnlght .;. 52 , Avorage .502-3 Hlgheat temperature yesterday....:.', 70 Ixjwest temperature yeaterday.40 Mean temperature yeaterday. 55 Normal temperature for Feb. 80 Doparture from normal temperature; IS Preclpltatlon during past 24...

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. — 14 February 1903

Vhe Unlted Slntea; lio dlecl on the 12th or Jannnry. 1777, of tho wotinda ho re? ceived on the f,d of tho samo anmo monlli. near Prlnceton, ln New Jersey, bravely flofcndln'g the llbertles of Amerlca. The Congresa of tho Unlted Stntes, In teatl tnony of his rlrtiic!" nnd their grntltude, tinvo caused. this monument to ho erect ?d. DOiS'T THINK AMKE. WA8HJNGTON, D. C, Fcbrunry 13. Representntlvc Glass nnd Ropresentntlvo Flood hold dlamotrlcally opposud vlcwa regardlng the Elklns antl-irust blll, which la now about to becoine a lnw. "I should llke to have. had l he blll imonded," snld Mr. Flood. "but I be* llevo it Is a good one. lt prohlhlts ra.ll roads from dlscrlmtnatlng ln the miiicer of ratcs. nnd forblds their Rruntlng rc bates. I,havG nlwnys thotight ihe prac llce of rnllronds In- gtvlng-a lowcr rnte to shippcrs who could shlp a thouwino cars than to the smnll sh.pper who could only 1111 flfty cara, had done more than any oDier thlng to fost'er the trustB. I be prescnt law ptit...

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. — 14 February 1903

JUDGE G. J. CAMPBELL TELLS HIS STORY (Contlntted from Firat Fago.) ohlrrupy na w,hon ho first loek hla acot tliero in tho mornlng, But onco did Judgo Campbell manlfcst any slgnn of emotlon?when he oxprotwod regret that the namo of his Wlfo had boen draggod Into the affalr. He'hnd hoped, ho sald, that at loast Bho mlght ho kopt out of lt a3I. But onco nlso did the witness grow to any approclable ox tent Involvfd ln his testlmony. This. rw nhown bolow, was ln connectlon with, tho packlng of tho grand Jury which ln oictcd him for folonlous assault upon Dr. Crawford. CROSS-EXAMTNATION TO-DAV. When the nlght ondod Major Conrad Jndlcated that ho was practlcally through with tho oxamlnatlon In chlef. Ho may navo flomethlng to say to-day, btlt lt In doubtful. At all ovents it will not tako up much tlme. Thoreforo tho cross-ex amlnatlon will procoed at once. That lt will bo long and hot and smoky, smeling of flro and brlmstono, no one cnn floubt. Tho counsel for tho prosecutlon hhvo rio Idca...

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. — 14 February 1903

Tho Tim'es-Dispatoh THE DATtiT TlMEa-DISrATCH 1B BOIdD AT TAVO CENTS A COPY. THH SUNDAY TIMKS-DIBPATCH 1B BOLD AT TIVTZ CENTS A COPX. BAILY TIMES-D1SPATCH BY MAIb, BOC. A' MONTII, $5 A YEAU; $2.50 FOIt 6IX MONTHSl $1.00 FOB TIIKEE MONTTHS. 6UNDAA' TrMEB-DtSPATCM 13 Y MAIh $2 A YEAn. THIC DAIDY TIMES-DIBTATCll, IN CLUDINCJ SUNDAY, BY CARRtER, l&C. PER AVBEIC. Tl-113 BUNDAY TlWrcS-PISPATCH, BY CABniER, 6C. PER WEEK. NVEEKLY TIMES-D18PATCH. $1 TTCAR ALT, UNSIONED COMMUN1CATIONS AVII.T., BE P.EJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICAT10NSAV1LL NOT BE RETURNED UNI.ESS AC COMPAN1KD llV 8TAMP3, SATXTRDAY, FKBUARY 14, 1908. NORTI1 CAROLINA TIOVING. Ono of the argumenta urged ngulnst the onactment of n law ln Alrglnln pro hlbltlng fnctorles Irnm employlng chll dren Is that ln Norlh Cnrollna. thero ls no such law nnd that Virginla factorios would bo at ?. dliuulvanUigo lf they woro prohlbltcd from employlng ohlld la bor. ,.i Tho questlon for the Gonornl Assombly :? of A/lrglnln to consldor ls whether o...

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. — 14 February 1903

THE TITLE TOLANDS A Bill to Put In Force/tlie T, orrens System. OFFERED BY MUWAINE Makes lt Easy for Laymen to Examlne Titles to Property?Is Very Popglar , Where It Has Been Tried. A Very importaht blll was Intrpdu'ecd Into tho Benato yeatorday by Senator W. B. Mollwolno, of Petoraburg, cmbodylng a new ayatem for tho sottloment and i-eglfltratlon of land tltloa throughout the Stato. This ls a subject which has on gagod tho attentlon of the thoughtful lawyers ln Virginla- and a number of other Statcs for somo years, and many ownors of real ostato, and other buslness mcn havo been urglng somo Buch .chnnge in tho laws as ls mado by this bill. A jolnt resolution was passed by the Gen? eral Assombly on February 15, 1901, ap polntlng a committee to dratt a blll to bo consldcred by tho Leglslaturo; and the reccnt Oonstitutlonal Convention ga/vc spoclal power, by sectlon 100 of tho new Constltutlon, for tho Lefclslature to es tabllsh a Court ot Land Beglstratlon for tho adminlstratlon of an...

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. — 14 February 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirginia* exonerat his] 5en Adams ln Crltlcal Con dition. GIACOMO GAITO'S SU1CIDE A& Lelt Letters Stating that He Took His Life Because Two Innocent Men were in Prison In France for a Crime Ha Had Committed. (Spoclnl to The Times-Dlspatcli.) NORFOLK. VA., Feb, 13.?Ben. Adams, tthe nijioteen-yoar-otkl eoci ?f County Constablo B. F. Adtins, who was jhot at West Norfolk last night by his irothor, Pcrcy F. Adams, )s now at St. Vlnoent's Hospital, thla city. His oondltion is desperate, nnd lt ls &ot believed that he can livo through to-nlght- Tho bullet from Adams' bro ther's pistol ponetratod 'his abdomen and has not been found. i Tho wou'uded boy, before being moved from liis home. ln West Norfolk., tlds mornlng, callod to his bedside liis bro? ther Percy and said U> Uio latter that he forgave him for all he hud done, juid told his brother that it was his deslre lf death had to come, that he (Percy) should never blame hlms...

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. — 14 February 1903

TRIAL OF A. LBISHOP Charaed With the Murder of Thomas Wilson atCharlbtte WAS A PETERSBURG MAN The Caso Was Begun !n Court at Char lotte Yesterday Before Judge Neal. Eleven Jurors woro Secured, Another Venlre Necessary. (Spoclal to Tho Tlmea.Dlspatch.) , CHARLOTTQ N. C, Febmary 18\? AXter an all day's alttlng of tho court only eloven Jurors wero solocted to paas upon the gullt or lnnoconce of Arthur L. Blshop, tho ypung travellng man of Pe? tersburg, who stands ohaiged with the murder of Thomas J. AVllaon. Blshop entored the court room at, 10 o'elock thla mornlng In charge of a de piity shorlff. He waa accompanled by his fathor. J. C. Blshop, of Peterosburg, Who ls & mail carrler ln the Potereburg' postofllco. He spoke pleasantly to sev? eral people ho knew, and took his seat dlrectly in rear of his counsel, He is looklng exceedlngly well, Jail conflne ment has not saemlngly had any bad effeot on his hcalth. Promptly a* 10:30 o'elock Solloltor Webb aroee and read the warrant char...

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. — 14 February 1903

MALSEY BILL IS PASSED Oiily Two Votes Against it ln the Senate. 1IMPORTANT MEASURES Severai Are Presented in tho House nnd'Senate?Mr. Mcllwaine Would Have Unlformityof Statutcs in the Severai Statcs?Gosslp. ?' The Leglslaturo did a falrly good ilny's Work yesterday. Somo lnterestlng mens Sbpos wero passed ln both houses and oth ?rs of publlc moment wero offered nnd 'referred. Tho Senate, by a voto of 32 to lt, passed tho blll offerod by Mr. Halsoy, >of Lynchburg, authorlzing tho placlng of la statue of Gencrul R. E. Lee in the (Btatuary Hnll of the National Capltol, j&fossrs. Gold and Ople alono votlng ln "the negatlve. Both theso Senators spoke "?trongly'against tho <blll and it was elo JRuently advopatcd by Mossrs. HaJsey, (JBears, Tyler and others. -: Tho blll providlng for tho payment of **ertatn contlngent expcnses was also (passod, and severai bllls wero offered land referred. Ono of theso was by Mr. Mcllwaine providlng for tho appointment t?f a commlsslon to encourn...

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. — 14 February 1903

WHEAt FLA&E CELERY FOOD FOOD FOR THINKING MEN FOOD FOR LABORINQ MEN FOOD FOR SEDENTARY MEN FOOD FOR ALL, GREAT OR SMALL FOR WINTER-FOR SUMMER All who try it will adviae their friends to buy it, beeauso it is as represented?A PERFECT FOOD. , THE STAFF OF LIFE ****** PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO., Baftle Creek, EHIch. &r> JWce, tht ertator of Dr. Priee's Crtam Bahing Powder and Delicious flavoring Extraets THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 8th. STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF ACTS. SUBJECT?"Cliristiau Self Control"?1 Cor., VHI: 4-13. GOLDEN TEXT?"Let us thercfore folloAv aiter the things AA'hich inako for peace"?Romans 14: 19. By Rev. J. E. Gllbert, D. D., Secretary pf American Spciery ol Religlpus Educatlpn. INTRODUCTION?Scholars are gener ally agreed that Paul's first eplstle to tlie Corlnthlans was writtcn from Epheaus, nhout A. D. 55, or threo years nftcr his first letter to tlie Thessalon lans, in which our last lesson oceurrod. Before beglnnlng the study of the pres?...

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. — 14 February 1903

THE PRICES DROPPED tacrease In Buslness on Stock Exchange on Selling Sidc, 5UPP0RT IN CLOSING HOUR Bentimenlal Effect of This Was Little More Than tp Check Selling Else where?Close Dull and Heavy. Bonds Wero Irregular, (Hy Aspoeinlert I'ross.) NEW YORK, Feb. 13.-Tho lncrenso ln buslness on the Stock ?'Kxohungc to-day wns raostly on the selling slde nnd cauSed n. further recess in the lovel of prlcos. The murkctliig of stocks was pretty con stnnt until a supporllrig movemcht ln tho Ei-lcs during the tlnal hotir. Support wns evldent ut the same timo in some ot tlie other Morgan stocks, notably Reading tmd Southorn Rallway. tlie Iatter i-lsiiifj ?. fractlon over Wcdn'esflny. Tlie sontl mentnl effeot of this support was little moro than to check tho selling olsowhore, Tho bttylng of tho Erles thomkelves wns not followed up, and the closlng was dull and heavy. Tho HPlllng of the Erlos was on a very \arge scnle from the outset, London join ng In tho moremtmt. Kxtreme dccllnes were effecte...

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. — 14 February 1903

OHE GENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Genis, Cash InAdvana? ?GG THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance ONE CENT A WORD. :SLP WANTED?MAXE. ."WANTED, AT ONCB? ? QUICK AND active young; MAN In ? real ostato' o? fleo i salary small; Address Bo* !?&' ???_, .WANTED. A YOUTH ?R YOUNO MAN for shipping clerk rind to assist on books.. Apply to RICHMOND FLOUR & FEED CO., 108. U0 and Ili 8. Twelfth Street. WANTED. A STRONG, HEALTHY BOYi about 18 yonre old, to learn a good trade; night work. Apply at tho Tlmest Dispatch nflfL?? to-day, A COMPETENT MALE STENOGRA? PHER and TYPEWRITER wanted at once. YARBROUGH & FELHINGER, foot N. Thirteenth Htreot. _???< ? Ranted, traveling balesmbn to ?ru Blue-flame Oil Stoves to dealer? In Virginia and North Carolina. Ad' dress l>y letter, giving references, B.^-Pi O. ?., uare this office. > Ml I ? ? ? - . .11* WANTED, MEN WITH RIG TO TNTRO duce Monarch Poultry Mixture; . $20...

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. — 14 February 1903

Miller ?Sr Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. omething New "Don't soo how fchoro can bo nnything now in Mohairs," wo ho.tr somobody say. "It's old-timcy goods vory sorvicooblo, to bo suro?but nof. imich cliango in st^le." Yon hnvcn't seen tho now pattorns for spring. In addition to tho plain goods that wo soo soason in and soa? son out, Iho foreign niarkot sends us somo fanoy pattorns that dross mnkors in Pnris are using vory largoly?Tiny Hair Lino Stripes? Fancy Polka Dots, and in Black Mohairs, a fino Silk "Warp jTabric, which is very soft and lustrous. Eyerybbdy's talMng Mohairs, and all indications point toward it as ono of tbe leading niaterials for this soason?and, do you know of nnything better for the hent and dust of warm weathor? Plain Mohairs, 50c and 75c, Hair Line Stripes, 50c and 59c, Polka-Dots, 85c. ? Black Mohair, fine silk ivarp, $1.25 and $1.50. 49c Corded Taffeta for 39c. "1'ou know just about wbat quality of Taffeta solls . regularly for 49c or 50c. Kcep that picture ...

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