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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

I WHOLE HUMBERTS/, SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER. . WASI I I NOTON, Muroli ll ; -f «^ ; Hay fulrj light, variable WindH. Y^lorduy was, f<»' $>$&&&£&s& morrow. , ' STATIC OP 'liJtl THISRMOMMTi3a LV 1 :.:::::::::::::::::::::::::-:-:-:! \kft I::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::" 1 1 I. M 57 12 ml'lnlßlit i __ Average. ..r.^ « Highest tcmprniturft yoWlorclay M Lowest tcmppriituro ynßterdHy »- Mellll Icmperalure ywlwlij ; -; •'« Nrirmal temperutnje for M • ;'•■:••' % Dcpiirturo I'roin normal t711.',\H,'",,!•!.t 7 11 .',\ H , '",,!•!. " ii Precipitation durhiKjiußL^l lionrs... .is MtNtAT'U.nlfl AI.MANAO.March I-, 1-W^. SunrlßW .n:W HKlll TIDE. „„ »"0,iri«w....;.::K _Evenl..K "■■■'■> RICHMOND. inteiiso.lv lntcrostliiß ilcbnln cxpoutcd Ihi lhoacnalA'tfaiduy on the Campubell caiio--, Bill Ho vestibule Htrcct. c|irß ooniea up this nftempon — MenMiirq Irt "H'at'ccralor^inj lellrlntcs In B'ohlUirlUi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

2 flood, ulnge, *hft th» effects of these . wftttfi -wilt be felt In the Jnnln rlvor within * Below Helena tluv rise will continue •teafllly, and maximum ntw?ofl will probably be reached ns follows: Arkansas City, PI foot; Greenville, 40 feet; Vtcksburg:, 60 feet. The Mississippi below Vieksburg: nnd lh« At.enafaln.ya wilt continue to r IP" mr Ihe next three or Tour Weeks, «* "° ™? tted, below Shroveport, and the Cimehlta will continue to rise tor several days. LARGE FORCE GUARD LEVEES NIGHT AND DAY (By AnnoelMeit PrMis.) NEW ORLEANS, LA., iMareh 11.-Whe Bovernment, State and city authorities aro Inspecting; levee lines nnd prepar lng for emergencies. They all admit that the river will likely bronk all records before It quits rising, but the lcyco system Is /higher ami stronger, and they claim It will withstand tho extra strain. Lai go forces of men aro being utilized to strengthen weak places and to gunia the banks by night and day, The gauge here to-nloht reads IS.C, a rise of ono...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

LORD FAIRFAX AT COURT Native of Maryland, He Comes of Virginia Ancestry. LIVES IN BRITISH CAPITAL King Much Intorested In Unique History of tho Man Who Is an American by Birth, a Scotchman by Title and i an Englishman by Domicile. A cablegram from London states thnt Ijord Fairfax, ot New York, an American by brlth, a Scotchman by title and nn Englishman by domicile, baron, banker and bachelor, was, on Monday last, presented to King Edward, of whoso realm ho is a peer, but of wham he Is not a subject. Tho presentation was mado by Lord Klnhalrd, and the King was much Interested as tho young man's complicated status was explained to him, Albert Klrby Fairfax, the Lord Fairfax, liar.on of Cameron, who wan presented to King Edward, was born In IS7O. His father, Dr. John . Fairfax, of Leland, l'rlnco Georges county, Md., who died sometime ago, was the undisputed eleventh Haron Fairfax, but' ho had such un utter disdain for all things pertaining to royalty that he never made capital of ( h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

£ The Times-Dispatch. Published Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Vfl., as Second-Class Matter, Under Act of Con« gross of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at i cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH l» told nt G cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Irl* chiding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. / The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1,00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. TIHURSDAY, MARCH 12, IM3, THE REVENUES OF STATE. Evidence piles up that prohibition Is becoming moro nnd more an active/ issue in Virginia, and whether there bo any additional leg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

FAIR BRIDES , OF SPRING Wachtel'Plncus Home ceremony in Norfolk Yesterday. THE OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS The Homo of Mr. Plncus Was Tastefully Decorated for One of the Prettiest Weddings of, the Season— The Groom is from Macon. (Special to Tho Tlmci-Dlnpatch.) ■ NORFOLK, VA., March U.-Mlsa Lottie Plnous was marfled at 6 o'clock this afternoon to Mi 1 . Philip D.'Watchol, of Maopn, Oa, The ceremony was pc*» formed at the homo of tho parents of tho brldo, Mr. and Mrs. H. Plncus, No. 109 Holt Street, by Rev. Herman Bonmosche, of the congregation of Both-El, and Rev. Dr. S. R. Cohon, of Ohon Sholwn 'Temple. . I The brldo waa given away by hor father. Miss Jennie Ho<sht, of Norfolk, a cousin of Miss Plncus, and Mlbs Gertie W'acbtel, of Macon, slstor of tho groom, Were mulds of honor. Mr. Ous Wachtol, tho groom's brother, was best man. The ushers wore Mr. Jacques Hlrsch, of Atlanta; Mr. Ed. Lovensteln, of Richmond; Mr. Herbert Friedman and Mr. ISdward Hofllln, both of Norfolk. Mr. Moo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

6 ' f% '^^"''TP* • 9ft EH BAIT SUIT IS ON Involves the Cold Storage Industry at Norfolk. IS NO CHICKEN STATUTE Norfolk Has Ordinances Defining Certain Limitations for tho Depredations of Boys and Geese, but None for Chickens. (Spnclnl to Tlie Tlroen-Dlspateti.) NORFOLK, VA., March M.— Evidence In the fish bait suit was resumed this mornIng, and tho case occupied tho Court o£ Law and Chancery tho whole day. StlUman & Co. sent threo schooners here last November expecting that they would bo supplied with bait from hero during tlio fishing season. Instead of. fresh and bright bait with which to entice the fish, the plalntirf alleges that rotten fish were offered, hence tho three, schooners wo.ro baltless. The testimony shows that a break In tho floor of tho cold stprag* apartment prevented tho temperature from remaining cold enough to keep tho bait from spoiling. The temperature must be below freezing. When it was allowed to become wanner than 23 degrees tho bunkers wore no ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

BIDS ASKED FOR BONDS Now State Issue of $300,000 Soon to Be Marketed. TO BE A POPULAR LOAN It Is Hoped That the People of the State Will Take the Bonds, as They Are Absolutely Safe and Are Non-Taxable. (Special to Tho TIdMH-Dlnpotcb.) KAtiEIG'H, N. 0., March 11.— Tho State Trottfluror Is calling for bids for tho |300,000 Stato bonds authorized to bo issued by tho recent General Assembly, Of tho bonds $200,000 will bo In $1,000 and »500 denominations, with coupons, and $100,000 will bo registered bonds In denominations of $50 and $100, all bearing 3 per cent. Interest, tlio lattor bolng designed 6» bo a popular loan in tho hope that .tho people will tuko thcnl as an absolutely eafo and non-taxable investment. Bids aro to bo received up to noon April 2d. Judgo Purnell has Issued an order to tho custodian of Federal prisoners at Wilmington to deliver to tho officers of Marlborough county, S. C, Sam Walking, to answer tho chargo of killing another negro over twenty years ago. Ha was hol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

ft " IS HELD UP IN SENATE Big Tangle Arises Over the Campbell Case. GOES OVER TILL TO-DAY Heavy Debate Is Expected-The Houso Passes Gardner Annexation Bill and Debates Barksdalo Pure Election Measure— Vote To- Day. Tho Campbell-Crawford case was contlderod for tho f.rst tlmo by tHo Senate yesterday, and on motion of Mr. Harvoy, of Patrick, after a long and brilliant dobate, tho mattor went by until to-day. Tho tangle, which aroso ,was over tho disposition which tho senate should make of tho subject, was not altogether unox-. pectod, as the press had alroady Indicated thaf, thoro would be a big fight. Mr.' Mcllwalne, of Petersburg, was tho chief speaker of tho day, and his contention was that, precedent or no precedent, ho could not get his consont to voto for agTeoing to tho House rosolUr tlons and charges without some more ofllclal light on the subject. He was Interrupted by a number of questions by his colleagues, but replied to all with characteristic force and ability. He did no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

rtTCifiiiiT . . . 1 . i'l.'j "' AVegetablePrepnralioitfofAs- I simUatinfj llicFooclnntlHegula- I UnglheStoinacteandßowclsor f Promotes Digestion.Cheerfiir- S ness and Hest.Contains neilher 5 Opium.Morpluite nor Mineral. i TtoT "Narcotic. ! JtttifitofOtdJlrSAMVa.nrCtttß ' l\impkui Stut' i \ Jlx.Smntt ' RmktUfSJuAnur.Srtfl * \ hW»yi*nt nanr. j Aperfecl Remedy forConsUpa- t lion , Sour Stomach, Diarrlioca * Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- . \ ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature oP XEW YORK. \ j EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. I LABOR UNIONS CAN BE SUED Coitimlssioner of Labor Doherty Receives a Letter Which Opens His Eyes. Mr. Jumcs B. Doherty, Commissioner of Labor, has received a letter from the secretary of the National Civic Federation, which, by a Htatemont. preliminary to a most Important question, opens his eyes and will likely astound many members of the labor unions, as well as oth- . ere. The gentleman writing to the labor commißslohur asserts ■ thut In .England the courts havo ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

w MARKET WAS FLUCTUATING Professional Element Was In Unsettled Frame of Mind. AVERAGE LEVEL LIFTED Market Oloßod With One of the Upward Flurries In Progress nnd at About the Top Level of tho Day. (H.r A.soclntcil rrws.) NKTW TOniC, March 11.-The constant flufltu*tlo:m In to-day's stock market ror.ooto.l a vory unsettled and uncertain stato of mind on tho part of the Professional trading element, and It roqui ea the utmost aVllUy on tho part of tho professionals known as scalpers to follow price changes. Tho average- lovol, howover, was gradually lifted, and the markot closed with ono of tho upward Hurries In progress and at about tho top level of tho hay. There was a sonslblo rolaocatlon of the pressure of forced liquidation which tho recent calling of loans by tno banks havo caused and some recovery, due to the covering of short contracts by bears was, thorefore, normal. Loans on call woro mado during the most active period of tho day s monoy market at s'^ por cent-, and 0 por cent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

ONE MINIMUM CENT CHARGE A 26 Cants, ! WORD. CiihlnAdvinoi HELP WANTED— MALE, '^WANTim, A FIRST-CLASS WHITE) BARBimj 112 per week. SAMUEL BRBMER, 238 Main Streot, Winston, • N. O. . '(WANTED, PARTY TO FURNISH M.OOO to 16,000 and tako charge of brick plant) good day and unusual opportunity fora Batlßfactory man, For jflrtlculars address Box 128, Norfolk, va, iIARNEBSMAKERS WANTED: STEADY Job) good pay for fitters, find ono cutter ono Irish collar hand. Write or apply : at onco to J. C. PARKER & SON CO., i Mlddlctown, Del, ) [WANTED, A FIRST-CLAfIS CLOTHING salesman; no othor need apply i, must have firßt-class reference; permanent I position to the right man. K. FISHER [ & SON, Fourteenth and Main Street*. '(WANTED, INDUSTRIOUS MAN FOR permanent position! no canvassing, but to roprtsent old-establlshod manufacturers with largo capital: Home traveling; guaranteed salary of $1,000 per year and expenses, with chanco of promotion; previous experience not essential;...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 March 1903

10 I/-/ 6 Rhoads WARNER'S RUSTPROOF CORSETS No. 3(53 is shown in the illustration. It's a dollar Corset and we know of nothing that ill surpass it in style, fit nnd wear at that price. Mudo with dip hip and front with bias curves ad perfectly adapted to th.6 average form. Whito Sateen, daintily trimmed, $1,00.' Three Warner Rttsfc 'Proof CorBets for 50c each. r.rw priced, hut good qualities, Otis of Coiitil, straight front and Princes*. fltlp, trimmed with lace and ribbon and boned with steel. The Warner people chose an appropriate name for one of tlicir fifty-cent Corsets when they called !it the JEWEL— made of tape— boned with steel and trimmed with § Social and \ I !Pe?*sonal § At the "silver musicale," given yesterday in 3\lrs. Mao Talley's studio, No. 827 ■ East Franklin Street, lor the benefit of ■ the Alabama table at the Confederate Bazaar, tho following- programme was rendered In the afternoon from S to 7 o'olock: ■ Meadow Dance Hiller jMlss. Virg-lnla Miller. Intermezzo .....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

THREE SECTIONS Tltfi TIMES, fOUNOKD IMB THE DjSPATCJH. KOUNpIiD I*so. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, March H.-Forecnet for Sunday and Monday: Vlrßlnla-Cldudy Hunday, followed by rain, not so .warm -In ■ Interior; light to fresh northeast winds; Monday probably rain. / North Carollna-Raln Sunday and probBbly Monday; light to ( froDh east wlnrls.i "Cloudy 10-day/ followed ,by rain," nays tho woathbr prophet. Yeatorday tho hoat was at times oppressive, but the predicted precipitation failed to materialize. There In likely to be a Blight fall of" t^ie mcr-' cury to-dny. / STATE OP THE THERMOMETER. > A. M. „'.' 53 12 M • §• i P. M. ....! •' & 6 P. M 1 '..;...... b\ 9 V. M 2? 12 midnight ' ••'••'■; oil.. Average m'/jm '/j Highest tempcraturo yestorday... 72 lowest tornperaturo yesterday U Moan temi/oraiurc -yestijtday :.;.m Normal temporaturo for March w Jjoparture from normal tempet-aturc. w Precipitation during past '11 hour's.... 'CO MINIATURE ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

2 ti«*raisflri<Nir"d. Hurdlek and his dfltiflrhi»«f, Miui'w, werrt In her room nbout 7:.ifl. rrW tnlited about the mfSPMBn from pfr/ Pimllck. Sim «»rt ' lf>t ""!,'' ,l>l', l>l ' Mnln Mint nlffht. btii henrd him tn. lkliiß \viih his eldest dniiKhter. whom lie Uissjed 1 (right firifl went down ptnlrs. Slio 8 not Vnvo lior room n«nln tliat htfflit r pwilltiff tho children to bed ahmit Sho K ot uf tho n»xi mnmlriff at her U hour, T:nn, without bcliiß called. Murrny girl cation" t« J>J* H«J . Ut ,^ t floor wrtt open and the kitchen low wr.s DPOiV: nnd that she had called to Mr. Blirdlf.k nnd pot. no answer. Mrs. Tiull averred that «he hoard no voices uftor che wnt to bod; kM did Mot hear tho Murray Kirl come in. m heat tho hell ring. When "ho ««"* n^ ' ' .Hl in nhf pn.ld sho opened tho dnoi a irttK xvftv. ana" called, "10d, 13d, Ed." She saw somothltw on tho conch. It was dark In " there She saw the. Murray girl In ho l.afl.' and wlr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

lse Are Now Ready for tfour Valued patronage* Spring Soods J%ro Jfore fn Jill Vhoir ftoaulj/. ! OPENING DISPLAY # NEW DRESS GOODS. The first formal exhibit of our unequalled Spring Stock of Silk and Wool ', Dress Materials -will occur to-morrow. Our buyers ill lh season havo exerted themselves to a remarkable degree in order to bring these goods before the people of Richmond. beautiful Silac/c fDross Soods. These consist, of Crepe Cloth, Etaminc, Mistral, Melrosc, "Granite, Whipcord, Hopsacking, London Twine, Crash Canvas, Serge, Venetian and Broadcloth. „, „ , „, ,■ «1,00 quality Canvas Blamlucs, 50 Also a uplendld line of new Black inches wide, for 75c. yard. Mohair, from 25e. to ?i.50 a yard. Special 76a Figured Prunella Cloths . for 39c. yard. Uhe !Pretty and fSilks* No grander or mbrc fashionable assortment was ever brought together than the one which we arc able to show you this season. Just arrived a large lot of Black Black ground, with' large and small Japanese Silks. They ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

1 fAD MAN APPOINTED Democrats Ran Things in the North Carolina Legislature. REPUBLICANS NOT IN IT When a Republican Member Introduced a Bill the Democratic County Chairmnh Was Promptly Communicated With. (Speclnl to The Tlmos-tMspatcl),) KALKIQH, N. C.i March 14.-11 develops that the recent General Assembly appointed at least one dead man to ofnce. A bill wus passed providing that the Legislature instead of tho county commissioners should appoint county school boards, llio bill tnoludlng boards ot three members for ench county. It Is found that 11. W. Dcnißlass, who died over eighteen months ago. was ono of tho three appointed for Yadkin county. This Is accounted for by the fact that tho members of tho Assembly from Yadkin wero Republicans, nnd were not therefore consulted In making appointments. Tho sharp nnd yet' courteous manner In which party linos wero drawn In the recent Legislature has been tho source of much comment. Republican members, In tho closing hours of the session, e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

<& *& MRS E, YON STrENAU, No. 332 Fifth Street, Mllwaukeo, Wls., writes: "I feel It my duty to write and tell you how much good Poruna lias done me. I have been a sufferer for years with female trouble, causing backache find at times terrible headaches. I had also complications from Indigestion and heart trouble, so that 1 often had to Ho down. A friend advised mo to try Peruna. I had little faith In any mudlclno ns I had tried so rnucih without getting any relief, but to please her I gave It "a trial. After three days use I felt to much bettor that I decided to contlnuo Its uso and by tho tlmo I had taken six bottles, I was In perfect health, w.ih regular, had no more headaches, In fact my health Is now all that I could wish. Peruna Is certainly an estimable medicine Hnd well worthy of praise."— ulrs. E. Yon Stlcnau. DAINTY WOMEN DREAD CATARRH CATAUIIH has been ho generally thought to bo a dlneasc confined to the head and throat that It Is vory di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

GOSSIP OF LAW-GIVERS End of Session Not Yet In ; THEY ARE WORKING WELL Flnanco and. Corporations Important ' Matters-Session Has Developed Somejntercsling Political Talk. Bland for Lieut. Governor. Thero Is much speculation In legislative circles as lo when Iho extraordinary flesslon of tho present General Assembly will complete its work and adjourn filno die, but It may be said that Is Is purely a matlor of speculation. Wlillo much work hns been dono, It may be said with equal truth that a great deal yet remains to be disposed of. nnd it Is necessary that It bo nccont- ' pllshcd by easy stages. Ono of tho most Important gencrallaws passed by both houses is what Is knowii as tho Bnrks- ' dale puro elections bill, and after years of alleged Irregularities in elections, ' brought about by the line or money to debauch tho voters of tho State, steps upon a high plane of morality, which ; was started In tho Constitutional • Convention and consummated In tho Lester . laturo, largely throu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

A CORNER IN ANCESTORS ._ t O Tho Jones Family In America Descen- / ded from the Scion of a Noblo Rnce. A Romantic Story of the ,; GbUFsd 5f TrUo LoVO Which Ran Smooth. Iwf — By ELEANOR LEXINGTON. Jonos Is a Welsh namo, and derived from John. ' Tho Welsh had no surnames until com- ] pcllod by act of Parliament to go ap- • Parciod llko Englishmen,; to wear their „ boards after tho English fashion, and to tako English surnamoß llko Striith, iODrown nnd Jones. It Is not two centuries ago since Germany compelled German Jowh. to take family names, and not many yoars since Norway forced hor army oincera to tako surnames. Kvon yet, in Norway and Wales, surnames aro ' not universal among tho lower classes. In tho early .days of mirnamo taking Homo of tho nations failed to understand that unchangcablcneHs Is the foundation prlnclplo of a family name. To this day thoro Is "confusion worso confounded" to tho outflldor who trios to trace Scandinavian genealogy. ','lf. for example,- Lars Olcson, ...

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