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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 20 February 1903

IVAL BILL lSSESHOUSE B| Increase of Navy Pro vlded ln Measure. -OW TACTICS IN SENATE !my Suspected of Havlng a Conspiracy /to Mako Ratlflcation of the Panama Treaty Dopond on Passago of Statehood Bill. (By Asaociated Preaa.) v/ASHTNOTON, D.. C, February 19. At tlie end of a protracted session tho Houso to-day passed tho naval approprla ' tlo'n bill. A great many amendments wero offered to tho provlslona rclating to tho Increase of the personnel and the au thorUatlon of'new shipa to be bullt. Tho mtst Important amendment adoptcd was ono to authorlze tho Secrrotary of the Navy in hls dlacretlon to purchaso or contract for submarlne torpedo, boats af? ter Investigation of thelr merlts, and ap proprlatlng $500,000 for that purpose. The amendment was ln tho language of a blll lntroduced by Mr. Hlll, of Conncctl cut, and lt was stated on the floor that It had tho aupport of all tho members of tho Naval Committeo. It was adoptcd practlcally wlthout debate. The words authorlzlng tho constru...

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. — 20 February 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of VirginA. GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT Warwick and Elizabeth City Countles to Issue Bonds. ROCKEFELLEkATHAMPTON New Battleship Maine at Newport News. Newport News Yard Expocts to Show Its Bullders Somethlng When Mlssourl is Launched. (Speclal to The Tlines-Dlspntch.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA, Feb. 19.? The two lower Pcnlnsula countles, Wnr wick and Elizabeth Clty, wlll have good roods before another year rolls around lf the plans of large property owners In both countles do not mlscarry, A movemont has been started in Warwick county to secure permlsslon from the Beglslaturo to lssuo bonds for the pur jK>se of Improving the roads nnd brldges. tt ls understood that a bill will be of? fered authorlzlng tho supervlsors to 1s Bue bonds to the amount of $50,000. whlch Is regarded as sufflclently largo to glvo Warwick the flnest roada in Vlrglnla. It ls understood that a blll ls ln course of proparatlon havlng for Its object tho grantlng of authorlty ...

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. — 20 February 1903

irs BILL THEHOUSE )longed Discussion for and 'Against the Llquor Law, IE LONDON SALOON BILL SComea Up ln the Senate and Thore ls |a Prolonged Flght Over Its Provis lons?Several Bills Introduced in the Houso and Senate. (Special to Tlio Tlmea-Dlapatcb.) RALEIOII, N. C, February 19.-The /House thls afternoon paBaed the bill pro fviding for a Code Commlsslon of three mombers, who aro to recelve Jl.OOO per year, $1,500 bolng also approprlated for expenoea, thelr work to bo tho codiflca tion of, tho laws of the Stato. Tho bill was ordercd aent to the Senate wlthout i ongrossment The House devotod two hours to the Watta bill. Mr. Smlth cloacd hla argu? ment for his amendment, contlnued from last nlght. Mr, Lucaa advocated hho Watta bill. Mr. Graham spoke for tho Smlth amendment, plcadlng that country people be allowed to voto on tho ques? tlon, Just as town peoplo aro. Mr. Stubbs supportod the Smlth amendment, and Mr. Blllard advocated prohlbltlon, saylng, though, ho would support the Wat...

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. — 20 February 1903

301 E. Broad Sf. (Gor, 3d.) A WEEK OF STRIKING IMPORTANGE Third week of our Fobruary Olearanoo Salo. Another deep cut in prices. Not a pair will bo carried over if low prices will mako things go. Chlldron'R Shoes, sIec.i E to S, nll solld, bockI, honest wearersi ~1Q,^ regular prices from EOo. to JL, ,"'~~ CMIdrcn's Shoos, worth from $1.00 to $1.25, taken off of the hlgh prleed racks; slzos S1-2 to 12; stylea CQr to sult both boys and glrls.... *}**?> 800 palrs Boys' Shoea, yeizcs 2 1-2 to E1-2, $1.25 grado, two styles? CQr satln calf and box graln. tJyc a Ladies' Shoos, only a fow OQr palrs loft, at. uyt 10O pairs of Ladies' Shoes, the $2.00 and S2.ii0 grade, slzes broken, <Pj] -"Jr) styles good . $a.,?iV Ladies' Hlgh Grado Shoes, small slees; tho newest shapes at lcss than the raw moterial cost . Ladies' Hand-mado Shoos, in Box Calf. Mat. Kld. "Jdcal Kld," Pat. Kld and Vld Kld; srtzes 1,11-2. 2, 21-2, 3 and $ 1-2, B., C, D. and E. wldo; not a palr worth less than $3.50, and t...

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. — 20 February 1903

BUY THE BEST ALWAYS! ? Q THEN IF IT IS A PIAHO YOU WILL SELECT A IS IT A PIANO PLAYER? IF SO YOU WANT A PIANOLA SALES ATTEST ITS SUPERIORITY STEINWAY KNABE HARDMAN STANDARD KIMBALL HAINES Wo write obout V.CTORTALKINO MACHINES Thoy talk about wrltera, bb well aa . poets, wlts, song store. Prlcea fol low slzes, Harmony 'on tap* where you have a REGINA MUSIC BOX Many slzes and stylee, prices cor respondlng. "Our name aynonomous wlth rellablllty." WALTER D. MOSES & GO. 103 E. BROAD STREET. It wlll pay you to call on us or wrlte to us forjCatalogues. TWO ROOSTEBSIN THE POLICE COURT They Aroused Justlce John, Wlth Thelr Lusty Songs. Warrick Sent On. ProropUy at 9:30 o'clock yesterday mornlng a a blg Plymouth Rock rooatcr that had been lybng motlonless on the floor in tlio Jr"o})c? Court .arbs&'.'tqirJta feet. flapped lta wlhgs, and lustlly crew. Evorybody laughed, and Justlce John hurrlcd Into court from hlta private ofOce and sat down. The rooster, wHh another, had been found in ...

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. — 20 February 1903

PRICES DECIINED Actlve Proflt-Taklng Left Mar? ket Wlthout Sustalning Force THE SENSATIONALRUMORS -These, With the Impcnding Holiday, Were STources of Uncasiness, nnd Net Losses Were Goneral?Some Sharp Rallies Late in Day. (l!r -tssool.ilpii Prens.) NEW YORK, Feb. 19.?The normal tcn dency to close up contrnct.t precedlng a holiday prnved n deprcsslng infliicnco ln the market to-day, Inrtlcating that such outstnndlng commltmvnts ns exlsted among Lhe trnders woro on tlio long sido of tho mnrkct. There was evidence of rather heavy renlizlng ln ono or two stocks, whlch have boon tho subjects of reccnt speculative buylng, nnd thls added to tho general lone /Of dopresslon. The character of tho liquUkitlqn nnd tho vlo lent decline In Metropolltan Street Rall? way and in Metropolltan securltlos wero cnuses of uncasiness and were accom vpanled by sensational rumors. Tho o:< treme break In Metropolltan Street Rall ? way was 3>4 and In tho securltlos com? pany 4 polnts. Thero wero sharp ...

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. — 20 February 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, CashInAdvanea 7TT THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRIHQ QREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAROE 28 Cents, CashinAdvanoe ONE CENT A WORD. H3LP WANTED?KAIE. <W,4ETE?. REGISTRIIKD PIIARMA LiBi. Pboply, statlng oxpcrlonco, .etc, to Box 2r.. Newport NewB. Va. "WANTED, FIFTEEN ABLE-nODIED whlto or colored mon as helprts ln a foundry. Apply to J. B. ROUNTREE. Foroman Amerlcan Locomotlve Co. WANTED, ADDREBSES OP TWO OR throe young men, wlth Uilcnt for draw Ing and a deslre to mnke monoy, Ad dress D. T,( care thls offlce. WANTED, AT ONCE. A MAN OF some experlence In hardware buslness; send roforoncoH. A good posltlon. Ad dress "S.," Covlngton, Va, WANTED, A MAN FOR PACKINQ furnlture. rugs, etc. Annly thls (Frldny) mornlng. W. B. MOSBS & SON, 808 E, Maln Street. WANTED, TWO STRONG. HEALTHY men to lenrn a trada; nlght Apply at U o'clock to-nlght to . OREM/" Pross Room. young men to learn a trada; nlght work- Apply at 31 o'clock to-nlght to the FOREMAN of th...

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. — 20 February 1903

Miller G Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. Coats, Furs Blankets Isn't ifc cold tliia morning??a ple's nihuls tlio last fow days lina ioors and out. Coats, Furs, Glovos and Blan f.resnnt?tho moro so whon prices $7.6o Blankets for $5.00. Callfornla "Whlto Wonl Blankots, 12--I e!ze. Rlue Red nnd Pink bordcra, with wido silk blndlng. Good vnlucs. $5.00 Blankets for $4.00. Puro All-Wool Scarlot Blankets, 72xS4 Inchos, extra thlck nnd soft; bound with silk. $2.50 Blankets for $2.00. Good quality of Gray Rlankots. f3.00 Comforts for $2.50. Lamb's Wool; covered with the best quality of Sllkollnc; in llght colors, 72x78 Inches. Zomforts for $2.50. I/arpo-Slrod Laininated Cotton Com? forts, covcrod with a llne quality of Eatteen, and flgured on both sldos. ^orrjorts for $1.25. Puro Cotton, fillod and covorod w-ith Sllkollne. Large slze. and Underpriced nd tlio uppormost thought in peo bocn ]iow to koep conifortablo in kets aro intorosting topics just at aro as low as ours. Gplf Gloves for Women ar...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 February 1903

The King's Tryst By KOBEKT BAUR IN THE SUNDAY Tlmes ? Dispatch TnKr!]{yArViu: 38&&&B is-whole number, 16.171. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAV, FEBIIUAHY 21, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. ' SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S' NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.?Forocnat for Saturday nnd Sundny: Klrglnla?Falr, wnrmcr Snturday; Sun dnT;. Incroaslng clotidlness: varlnhlo wlnds. Nurth Carollna?Falr Saturday; Snnday eloudy, probably raln noar tho coast; frosh east lo north wlnds. The -wenthor In Rlchmond yesterday was rnuch more mlld than for the two days prevlous. T.hero was a full of tem? peraturo at nlght, and at mldnlght the meicury was uguln below tho freczlng polr.t. STATE OF THE TIIERMOMETER. 0 A. M.25 32 M.?.. 37 8 P, M. 42 Ii P. M./. 40 B P. M. 31 12 mldnlght.30 Averago . 342-3 Hlghest temperaturo yesterday.42 Lowest teinperntnro ycBtorday....10 Mean temperaturo yesterday.29 Normal' temperaturo for Feb.-......... 30 Dcparture from normal rempcrature. 07 1 'roclpltation durlng past 21 hours... 0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 February 1903

who have mad* Amerloan hlstory, sepa rotcd for-ever. COL. CAMERON SPEAKS. Lee C'Rmp was callod lo order shortly ?ftor 8 o'clock by COmmander Smith, cll tor of the Central Presbyterlan, of thls clty. nnd a meinbcr of Genrrnl Stotiewall Jnokson's stnff. The. hnll wns crowded to Its rtoors, wlth not n vncani seat In the buildlng. A splendld compnny of metnbers of A. P. Hlll Camp, Potersburg, wn/> prewtit. l-'ormer Governors .1, Hogo Tyler, of Radford; Willlam E. Cam ?rcn, of Pctorfburg nnd Charles T. O Fet /all were among tho flrst to arrlve. Whlle Iho routlno buslness wns belng dlBposod it General Fltrhugh Loc came and was rseortrd to one of tho chnlrs reserved for the specially Invlted guests. the ex Sovernnrs and tho Governor. Govcrnor Montague camo ln Inst of the dlstin ruishrd eompiny. He took the rotnnin Ing vacnnt soat. The routlne of a camp meetlng waa qulckly transneted. and Couunander : Smlth happlly Introduced Colonel Cnm- | ?ron, who on the part of the donors of I th(iv'...

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. — 21 February 1903

J RICHMOND POSTOFFICE Mr. Lamb Confldent of Havlng Omnibus Blll Amended. MAY BE DONE IN SENATE Mr. Rlxey Had an Amendment to Nava Bill Adoptod Which Wi I Work Big Saving to tho Govern? ment. |By Wnller Edward Harrls. (Speclal to Tho TliiK-H-blHpiurh.) WASH1NGTON, D. C, February 20. Representatlve Lamb Is qulto hopeful of Cottlng an amendment put on tho omni? bus publlc. bulldlngs blll nllowlng tho Secretary of tho Treasury to selcct a slte Tor the Rlchmond postofllcc and pay there fot the sum of $175,000. Ho saw Chalr man Mercer, of tho Commlttee on Ptib llc Bulldlngs, ngain to-day with reference to allowlng tho amendment to be put on. Mr. Mercer dld not commlt hlmself, but he would not say posltlvcly that he would not allow It to bc done. .It ls probablo, however, that if the blll ls amended In the partlcular Indlcatcd it wlll have to bo done in the Senate. The ldea Is prcvalent ln tho House that the Sonate wlll add a number of amendments, "load down" tho blll with addltlonal ap pr...

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. — 21 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch PUBLISHED DATEY AND WEEKLY AT I N. TENTH STREET, RICHMOND. ' VA. ENTKRED JAN. 27. 190.1. AT RICHMOND, VA.. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER UNDER ACT OF CONOHES6 OF MARCH 3, 1S.9. THB DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH IS SOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THK SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 19 BOLD AT F1VE CENTS A CQVX. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BT MMK JOe. A MONTH, JT, A YKAllj 8$| J? BIX. MONTHS; J1.D0 FOR THHEB SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIt, SSpMIW TIMEB-DISPATCH, IN SGUDXNGI SUNDAY, BY CAK1ULR, lta ' THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. BY .WEEKLY TIM ES-D1SI? ATC . t[ YEAR AI,L ITNSIGKED COMMUN1CATION8 BFJECTEJl rOMMUNICATlONS V> ILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLE8S AC COMPAN1RD BY STAMPS. -.;.?_ UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MILL? ER 3*. El(i E. BROAD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1903. A POORMAN'S HEASURE. ? It has been argued agalnst tho bill to regulato chlld lnbor In Virgllna that It ls a hardshlp on the poor peoplo. On the contrary, the blll ls for the bonoflt of the poor people, nnd lt ls n strange tmng to us that nny poor man ...

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. — 21 February 1903

THE SENATE IN ATANGLE Entlre Day Spent ln Execu tlve Session. NO NEARER CONCLUSION Sonator Morgan Tlreless In Flght Agalnst Canal Treaty, and Quay De termined to Force Voto on the Statehood Blll. (Hy Ansocintcd Press.) WABHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 20.-Tho Senate spent tho entlre day In exeoutlvo session, It bolng stlll tho loglslatlvo day of yesterday, and at 5:30 P. M, took a rccosfl untll to-morrow at 11 o'clock, Tho tlmo was taken up ln consldoratlon of the Coloniblan canal treaty. No voto was taken upon any of tho amoudmonts whlch havo beon propared by Senator Morgan. Tho most lntcrestlng evont of tho dny transplred when Senator Quay rose to a questlon of personal prlvllego. Ho sent to tho desk and had read an artlclo from a New York paper of thls mornlng. oc cuslng hlm of vlolatlng a pledge, whlch the paper stated he had made In the Re? publlcan caucus Wednesday. to support the treaty'to the excluslon of every oth? er subject. Ho said such was not tho case, but that on tho contrary h...

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. — 21 February 1903

- ?-?- =3 LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirginia. LIGHTSH TheDlamond Slioals Driven from Her Statlon. SHUBERT A TOTAL WRECK Captain and Crew Taken Off by Llfe SavingJ Crew?Serious Effect of Cold Weather on Produce Markets. (Special to Tlio Tlnn-.i-Dlspntcli.) NORFOLK, VA., Fobruary 20.?The DUunond ShoaJa Llghtshlp. No. 71, arrlircd liore to-day. She was forcc<l to leavo lier statlon because she had beon twicc flrlven to soa and had lost both her great . mushroom anchors and 105 fatlioms of a"teel cablo. She lost ono anchor, belng : driven away from It by the forco of the Btorm of Monday nlght slxty-llvo mllea to sea. Sho roturned to bo drtren away from Hattoras by a second storm, when tho rorco of tho gale caused the chaln to sllp through the hawae holes andi the 'inshlngs in the cablo box Bnapped. 'Cap? tain Tawso says tliat tho steel cuble, one and ftve-elghths Inchos thiok, shapped llke twlne. The galo blow at nlnoty or one liundred mlles an hour. The ll...

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. — 21 February 1903

WATTS BILL IS PASSED At tho Nlght Sesslon by a J Vote of 48 to 30. AMENDMENTS OFFERED Chlld Labor Bill Passed on Its Thlrd Readlng with an Amendment Lim lling the 68 Hour Clause to 18-Year-Old Employees. (SpocUl to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.) RALE1GH, "N. C, Fobruary 20.-Tho Houso of Ilopresentatlvos Bpent three hours on the Watta" bill to-day tTying to reach a voto on thlrd readlng, but ad? Journed by llmllatlon at the conclu slon of tho roll call .ballot on tho last amendment offerod. A provlslori was of? fored by Mr. Klng deslgncd to provont tho shlpment of pockogea of llquor by ox piesti componlos Into prohlbltcd torrl tory. making tho place of dellvery tho placo of snJe. Tho flght was a atubborn one, opponents of the bill belng In fa? vor of tho amendmcn.t. The roll call showed a majority of threo for the imendment, but sufflclent votcs wer changed at eorncat sollcltatlon of Mr. Watta to defeat It before the voto was announced. Other amendments votcd down wero to exempt certnln countl...

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. — 21 February 1903

-U^-*~~w~# "Always tho-Fad." Dunlap Opening Day! f <*?*> awxju.niroxa To'Day wo put on sale the Ne'iy Dunlap Hats for Spring 1903 ? embracing tlio Silk, Opcra, Ttixeda, Derby and Fedora. 'Nough said. ff. Berry & Co. Sofe Agents for Rlchmond. SHELTERING ARMS RETURNS THANKS Grateful to All Who Aided the Good Work There on s Founders' Day. , The Board of Managers of the Shslter Ing Arms Free Hospltal deslre to roturn thanks to the followlng friends, who con tributcd donatlons of money and provi sions to the lnstitutlon on Founders" Day: Mrs. Wllllam Lightfoot, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Thomas B. Floyd, Miss Marin BlaJr, Mrs. Annio Lurty, Mrs. Henry Cannon, Mrs. J. H. ChUborne, Mlss Annle Llalr, Mrs. Bourell, McCurthy & Haynes, Mann &. Brown, XV. A. Hammond, Mrs. Brooke, Mrs. J. B. Newton, Mrs. T. AV. Pembor ton, Hermann Schmldt, Mrs. Vlrglnlus Newton, Mlss Mary Hatcher. St. .lohn's Clrclo, Mr. I. N. Jones, Belle Harrison* Clrclc. Homo CIrcle, Falthful Clrclc, Cup of Cold Water ...

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. — 21 February 1903

THE OMLY WHEAT FlflKE CEIERY F009 \ RATIOHAL FOOD PRODUCT COKTAINS NO DEAD ELEMEHTS COMPQSED OF VITALIZIHQ PROPERTIES ESSENTIAL ' TO LIFE So easy of digestion, so pleasant as to make a re? petition desirable. _ i ' IAT FREELY?WILL NOT REQUIBE LftXATIVES-IT 13 A NOURISHIHB, WHOLESOME FOOD, HOT A MEDICIHE r?pared hy prioe CEREflL FOOD CO., Baffle Creek, Mich. Dr. Priu, th? trtator of Dr. Prict's Crtam Baking Powdcr and Ddicious Flavoring Extracts, THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 22d. STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF ACTS. 8UBJE0T?"ChriBtiau Love?1 Cor., XIII: 1-13." GOLDEN TEXT?"Now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three with the greatest of these is churity?1 Cor,, 13 ; 13,'' By Rev, J. E Gllbert, D. D., Secretary of Amerlcan Soclety of Religlous fc'ducatlon. CONTEXT?In the chapter preccdlng our lesson Paul considered the subject of aplrltual gttta, about which lt is evi dent tho Corlnthlnns had somo dlsputc. Many of them osplred to t-.e chlef places in tho churcn, deslr...

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. — 21 February 1903

RECOVERY IN PRICES Fallure of Confirmatiorv About Metropolltan Gave Strength SHORTS HASTENTO COVER This Helped iho Rnlly, Whlch Was Em phatlc?Advance Was Very General and Market Closed Active at About the Best. <By As.?oclntcil Press.) 'NEW YORK, Feb. 20.?Tho fallure of conflrmntlon of rumors concernlng tho Metropolltan Streot Rallway Company, clrculated yesterday, led to a pronipt re covery of prices of stocks thls morn? lng. The denlal by W. C. Whltney tliat he had sold any of the stock withln slx ntonths convlnced the oporatnrs that yes terday's market hnd been subjected to a rald by tho dlssemlnation of lnvcntlons. Short sellers of yesterday haste.ned to cover and helped the r&lly. T.he rccovery was cspeclally cmphatlc. The rencwed advance In Amnlgamated Copper also polntcd to some uncovered short Interest. Thls stock was hellied by Iho strength of the metal market, which wns niarked In London. The market seemed to feel the bencflt ot nddillonal subway authortea tlons, bu...

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. — 21 February 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. CHARGE 25 Cents, CashlnAdv6noe 1TT THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT mim QREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM CHARGE 25 Cenls, Cash ln Advance ONE CENT WQRD. . -^? WAWTED-MA1E. C^STER,ZFW'1="ED ' PHARMAl toDor!^. statlng oxperlenoe," etc, to uox m, Newport News, Va. WthrUv?;m^D^nE3BES 0F ^VO OR Int and nn^m.on' wltn tnIcnt tor.draw dresa D aTdcslro to make monoy. Ad aresa p. t? care thls offlce. SS WANTED FOR COLLECtT Street. W ' App,y 3U N' Flfth ^.nrnJ120' AT 0XCB A MAN.TT5F 22IT/ 0*Perlenco ln hardwar-^ buainesBi dresa "S..- Covlngton. Va. WANTED A GOOD -DAIRYMAN TO toko entlre charge of our herd of Jer fie.\s; must be a good mllltor nnd feoder: Tr&\, "I?" PJOferred. MrNIBORYA Pho^iofl^ g R'*'"W w Tele ^SLE3?' 900D AGENT FOR UNOC Slili fl* terrltory, free outflt; cash ench SSm \S!r^noIe or "ParR time. WEST g"N NETW YORK NURSERY CO.. Dept. D, Rochpflter. N. Y. WANTED, A COMPETENT MAN. riLh<Lr-pl!?s.sm'ln. ?r trnnsferor; must be fiober and lndustrious; one wh...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 February 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. Saturday Special In Embroideries. Match Sets at Half Price. For to-day only wc oftor soventy piecos of Edgcs and Insort lifg, in assorted widths, on tlio finosfc Nainsook and Swiss Clotli, at 50c Per Vard, Which is Just Half Their Value Those Embroidories aro all haud loom mado, and vary in width from (3 to 15 iuchos. Tho jehgths nm only from 6 1-4 to 131-2 yards, nnd tlio pattoms exclusively onrs in Eichmbnd. 12 1-2 To-day Buys I9c Worth of Ribbon. Two specinis: One is 'an All-S!lk Taffetn, 4V4 lnchoi wlde, ln blnck only. The oiher ls nn All-Sllk Crepo Taf feta, flve Inches wldo, nll shades. Both of lln.se Rlhhons sell rcmilar Iv at our countors for 19c. yard. Special prlco, 12Ho. Four Needful Articles Low Priced. 39c. Veilirgs for 25c. yard. T'-n new pattorns' In Black and Whlte Mesh Veilings. 50c. Bolts for 25c. Flve row stltched turned-In Cnlf Bolts, wlth silver, guh-metal and black bijckles. All sizes. Bishop Stocks, 25c. New Bishop Sto...

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