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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

12 CLOSE DULL AND EASY Prices Bid Up on Appearance of Bank Statement. NO OUTSIDE RESPONSE Momentary Demand Was Soon Exhausted—Statement Conformed Closely to Expectations— Bonds Moved In Sympathy With Stocks. row To?T K f"«h *to» o f-< market waited for the appearance of the bunk statement to-day to show an> clearly defined sentiment. Traders on the lloor bid Up prices smartly Imm^mint upon tho appearance of t h e>Btatement* but no response was received norn am outside quarter, and the market plbßod dul land easy with tho monetary don Tt nd wafSnfy% reducing loans to th« extent of over Jlfc.ooo.ooo and lessening the loga lreservo requirement In proportion, that the banks were able, to prevent a deep Inroad upon the legal reserve. That item shows a surplus of barely a million etlll maintained. Tlio statement conformed pretty closely to expectations, as the cassation of the calling of loans by the banks durlni? tho latter pnrt of tho week Indicated that...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

n^Xß?7i^T/?O/W TtmPBOPLE...... J Mr. Light Talks Back. ,To tho Editor, of Tlmos-Dlsiiulclii blr,— Kindly ullow mo to acknowledge Iha emirteotm ntUuitliii glvnn my article In tho AdvociUo by tlio OiUral Presbyterian, us Quoted In your Ipmio of Whether my nrtlc|<i may bo construed «B on "atluck" upon tho Institutions referred to, or whethor ,1 n.m "mlßliiltcn" oi' oven ''unfortnnnta" will' dnpenfl en- * llrely on tho view-point of tho writer and the rouder. ■ ■'' Tliat'l havo 'rlrtiwri' on myfdf "»• hot flro"ls qulto.ovldont. but aw the biHtot'lca WBo only blank cartridges- no damngo •whatover l» done. Tho detonation* may bo awo-lnsplrlng, but more sound Ift nov- . er very destructive. t noed not remind my erudite friends ef the University und the vCentVni oftlco. th*U.tho nrst meaning of the word "kcc- ■ tarlan" In "pcrlallg to" a nect." And "sect"' In tho sense which I u«o It Ik a religious denomination. And' In nil my Uho of the word. "Bcclarlan" I have had end bIihII ha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

14 A Few Winks of The Store Th&t Aids You in Many Possible Helps. $2.00 A DOZEN LINEN TOWELS, extra welpht and full elze, for 30c. Main Floor. BOYS' SAIL OR SUITS, thul nro ordinarily sold for $6.78. nges 3 to 8 years, (or S3.OS. Second Floor. LADIES' SEAM-.-J3SS BLACK HOSE, assizes, for 3c. In the Bnsfimnnt. 750. BEST IRISH LINEN, all puro linen grass hloached and soft finish., for waists, dresses; -etc., 42 inches \vldi?., for 44c Linen Depnrtmcnt. '45c. BEST- WHITE HABUTAI SILK, full 23 Inches wldo, per yard, 25c. Silk Department. Cohen's Cotton Fabrics A Week's Preparation bring most amazing results. It shows the expert buying in every fabric you see. Two floors create a most uncommon sale. .. fAncy garter ELASTIC, '20c. ruffled kind, for 10c. Main Floor. 1,200 YARDS LINEN CANVAS, tho best lining canvas, Bold for a2l-2c, for 6 3-4 c MflJn Floor. COTTON GOODS ON THE MAIN; FLOOR— Mercerized Silk Ginghams, [everywhere 25c.,> all new designs, price 15c, MERCER...

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

i _ -— — — — ; ' — ■ ; ,-, } Hooley thinks' he has caught a fellow-hobo indulging a sacrilegious luxury; Till the unoffending satyr steps ashore and exhibits his lower half. Recovering, they prepare to punish the offender. KICHMOKd/vA^SUKDAY, MATIOH 15, 1903. They -hurl at him hard rocks and still harder.'epithet; >.^-- Without another blow.-Mr. Satyr is left in possession of the field and part s»of the enemy's supplies, Thea^futshockTalmost.tinsettlesTtheirireason^fcut —

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

THr Don lev oh the Achievements of Congress In By r* t*. Dunne (OopytUfated. WOB, by Hob«rt ttoirwd Juiiinll.) back yard, was detarmlned that no "I see," said Mr. Honnea§y, "that pains shud be spared to brlttg th Congress has knocked oft wurruk." thrusts to their knees In fear or ■ "It has,'* said Mr. Kooleyi "or, to gratlchood*. •dlntlemen,' snys he with , upeak more aoe'rately, th 1 House Iv chokln' voice, •th 1 bills now up do not RlpMslntallves iiAB gone back to i meet th' case. They ore woll enough wurruk. Th" Slnlt is still there with In their way, but what is th' use lv its feet up on th' desk an' Its vlnmble attacktn' th 1 thrusts at their strong nose burried In Its ohest, It's bo6n a point, whttih Is their money? They gr-reat session Ir Congress. It will have gr'reat knots Iv this, as I have live long in th' hiirn'ry Iv th' Amort- obsarved haln' lied in th 1 house with can people If they don't rrget. 'Ivry thlm, an' th*"beat annywan can do la time I think iv it. It makes me...

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

NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM FOREIGN CITIES AND CAPITALS PRINCESS RUNS OFF WITH COUNT . ■ Q. _-. ' Sister of Khedive of Egypt Has u P to ti> 0 present bgi <>t "uioso kites havo. been launched, and only ton por Cent. FlflH AhfWirfl /I YflPiht. have been lost. I*l6ll AUUaiU a iaoill. Directions in several lunnuagoH for tholr return and tho promise oC v. reward arc attnehed to tho kilos. The farthest dlHlanoo on record bo far are noumnnla and the South of Spain, tba nltltudo bolng ovor 15,000 fnct. It Is Bald that tho ItnplomontH for registration work with marvellous correctness, i^ Heart on Right Side. In the time of Molloro boiiio doctorH hnd placed tho heart on tho right of tho human body. How delighted they would have been to be present at tho poHt-mortorn examination which was made yesterday on tho body of a young Italian at Ferrare! This young man, being unable to get returned tho love he felt for a lady, lodged two plßtol bullots In tho region of his hea...

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

4 HO WAMEWCAN" GOODS ARE SOLD IN BERLIN, GERMANY (BpwVU CorresixMitiehe* ot Tho TimesDispatch.) BSmItTN, fab. M.— ln tho capital ot the CtormiUi «mptr«, Jn the henrt of Friedrtohjrtrasso, within a block of tJnter den Lindon tmd a few minutes' walk of tho U'holrpu-ton, I wrlto of tho American lnVMlon. It la all armind mo. 1 find It In trvorr-Btreot and every block. It sticks out like a pimple on oiio'b hobo nnd bore In tho bUßlest part of the city It nssumeo tha blm of a big red boll. Over thero at Hie right 1b a shop with, tho American eliiold abovo tho door, It bears tho stars and stripes In rod, white and 'blue, and below It aro Dutch figures leaning over a ship rail, looking out at the sea. That Is our own American line touting for IU rted Star boats, nnd the German travel across tho Atlantic, Next door It a hat store. Tho most fashionable shapes aro American, and tho best aro made by two well-known New York linns, They aro considered superior to nny other, and M American derbies...

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

THE DAILY BATH AS A RBJUVBNATOR AND BBAUTIFIBR Radiant Complexion and Sparkling Eyes, the Rewards of the Daily Dip. Help Thin People to Fatten and the Fat Ones to Reduce. By Katherlne Morton— Copyright, 1903. As ft roJuvenaW and boautlfler, nothing equals the dally bath. It 'koops the complexion fresh, fair and radiant; It makes oyea sparkling and muscles elastic Then, too, baths ar« Ilk'o exercise; thoy sot thin poople on the Way to accumulating flesh, and ruduco tho surplus avoirdupois of fat folk. Going directly Into a cold bath, after rising, and using vigorously, first a crash "■bath mltlan, and after that a rough towel, will do muoh for those in need of banting. Tho skin should be Btnartly rubbed from neck to heels. Whon thoroughly dried, tho bather Is ready for athletics. Many pooplo excuse _,thelr sluggishness under tho plea of lack of time and opportunity to pursue gymnastic exerclHos, but "every woman her own athlete" can be realized insldo of four walls. Wands, Indian clu...

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

6 FOULARD THE FASHIONABLE rJSSfr JSSf SPRINGTIDE GOWNS •%HRY pretty-and stylish traveling cos4r^umes nro being Bhown in tho new tmtkjrtod foulards. while tho do tnaatlo iroods are very protty, thoy don't ••em to havo tho luster and weight of , the Imported fbulard. Then too, the color echeme is more attractive. The combinations nre so odd. A Very tiont foulard gown Is of dark blue satin foulard, with a very Hmo-lt npplo green polkn dot encircled by a very faint white lino. This mljtht impress tho render as boing ft loud design, but this particular shnde of green and blue, tho contrast being softened by the faint whlto lino, makes a striking, yet by no monns gaudy, effect. Tho skirt Is a plain gored skirt, with no trimming excepting throe rows of narrow tucks at tho bottonif which nro piped with p.ilo green taffotn and stitched with green silk to match tlio polka dot. It just dears the floor In front, with only a slight dip in the bafck, Tho wnlst Is laid in solid tucks, about half a...

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

Comment for the Housewife IN your column on January 4, in your answer to 'One Busy Housewife' oh the /canned goods' question, you ask who puts up beans, asparagus and green peas- I have canned both Btrlnu beans and pole beans (cranberry beans),, asparagus, green peas and caullllower, as well aa tomatocß. Corn 1 have not yet tried. In the pantry I have now peas put up three years ago, a»pnranua and string beans of tho past season, eaullflowor a year rtgo last fall, and pumpkin two or three years old. "All my canned goods are kept tho year around in the pantry, which Ib on the north side of the house. In the first 'place new rubbers are purchased each year*, then every can Is tested by filling with cold water, screwing the top on and Inverting. If it does not leak, tho vegetables are crowded In, all the can Will possibly hold, then held under tho cold water faucet, and the water allowed to fill It and overflow, until aa many as possible of the bubbles In tho can are gone, then, screw ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

8 MARGARET OULd POWERS, The charming little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Powers, of No. 308 East Franklin Street, and the great favorite of her aunt, beautiful Miss May ..Handy. • ' His First Watch. "Can you toll tho time by the clock?" Auntie asked Tommy. "No," said ho, "no!" "Oh, .woll, I'm afraid I've made a mlalake there," she said, and passed a paper parcel to him. "Open it." He took off the paper and found a box. He opened tho lid and . found a round thing In the papor. Ho undid the paper, end there was his present, before ho knew: a real, live, ticking: watch and a chain. It fairly laughed at him; tho great figures glowered solemnly: 12, 1, 2, 3, 4,: 6; and 'then a littlo hand that ran faster tho moro he looked at it. He held It to his ear, and It clucked with Joy. He put It In his pocket and It seemed to go out, so he brought it forth again, nnd proposed to wear it hanging down outside like the ladles. Finally he set It down on tho table, gazing at it and fingerlns it t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

MLLE. JULIE LE BRETON AND MLLE JULIE DE LESPINASSE Is "Lady Eose's Daughter" Such ah Extraordinary tf6V6l?»Mrfl* Humphry Ward AcoOßftd of "Borrowing" for Her Latest Story— The *aralleL N TITLE PAGES OS 1 NBWBOOKS The •* Star-Dreamer.V •by A. and E. Oastle-Klpllng'a N«W Poem, "The Settler " — Sally Widens FamousßevoluUonary "Journal" _ Three Minor Poeta — "Paul , Kelver." A very accomplished and clever lady who might well' command a salon of her own if the material were present for maintaining it, has written from the Woman's Club to ask how we can give "unqualified praiso" to Mrs. Humphry Ward's now novel, "Lady i Rose's" Daughter," .■which tho Harpers aro publishing, in view bf the fact that the heroine of- tho story, Mile. Julie Le Breton, upon whose peritonalltytho whole fabric (depends, la the eountorpart of Mile. Julie de Lespinasse, tho celebrated protegee of the famous IM.me.du Deffard; and our correspondent pays that "undoubtedly Mrs. Ward deserves very little credit for pal...

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

I. LEANDER (aside): "Confound It all ! I'll NEVER fletachance to toll Lulu of my love. Her popper and mommer liave kept right at /our heels during the entire week. I feel like giving up. 4. LULU: "Yes, yes ! Why didn't you ever ask me before? Certainly! But hurry, hurry! Save them I Save them !" LEANDER; "Hoop la! I could save the world now!" HOW LEANDEn POPPED THE QUESTION '__...,..../_., ALPMONSE AND GASTON IN INDIA. They and Their Friend Leon 'Have a Mix-up ■ with the Idol Juggematit. •*— - ftwWMW ,»t. tte y.o M »»h M n l »iN W a £tuTuU I SFOPPER : "Oh. Isn't the view delightful from here I , CHORUS : "G-l-o-r-l-o-u-s 1 " 5. LULU: "Saved! Saved! Saved!" LEANDER: "Hold on. we will be there soon I 3. LULU» O-o-o-o-h! Popper ana mommerhave fallen overtho orecipioe !" LEANDER: "Lulu-qulck~now we are alone I I love you. Will you be my wife ?" 6. LULU'S POPPER: "You have saved our lives. A hero for a son-in-law! Hoopla!" LULU'S MOMMER: "I always did like Leander. So noble and brave. I'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

turn times. rot;Ni3HD inn THB DISPATCH; FOUNDKD 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, March 10.-Forecast: ■Vlrglnln-ttaln Tue»<ln.y nnd probably flVcinesduyj fresh northeast winds hetomlng southeast. . North Carolliia-naln Tuesday and wonHostiuy; fresh northeast winds hecotning southeiißt. Yesterdny's weather was damp nnd tinpeasant, although little rain fell, iho Wonttier prophet foresees rain to-day and probably to-morrow. STATES OF THE THISHMOMI3TER. 12 midnight AVcrago 475 -° Highest temperature ycfiterdny... "M T,owest temporaturo yesterday 41 Mean lomiwralura yesterday..... i" Normal temperature for Mnrch.' 48 Departure from normal temperature 01 Precipitation during past 21 hours.... T, MINIATURE ALMANAC. Mnrch 17, 1003. Vun rises 0:19 I HIGH TIDE. Sun nets 0:18 | Morning..-: 7:21 Moon rises. ..10:51 | Kvcfllns 7:48 RICHMOND. Governor Montague tells why he did not Approve the Lee statue bill — Opening of tho Confedernlo Fair at the. Masonic Temple —...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

2 CONFEDERATE Fl OPENS BRILLIANTLY (C htlnued From First rage.) rj«fPress, ftllss Janle Wlh B o- Mlw Mary Wftddltl, Miss Helen O'WH^WvMiM Bessie 13ll.vscn, iUm t»alsy U ismborIftyno, Miss Addle Bowo, Aliss Emma A very unique feature at the candy booth wa« tho "Governor's p lie m, the work of Miss Frances Powell, mado or led saSn, wfth squares of white crossing t The center square boro Governor * iontague's name: tho other squares the names « K tho Governors of tine B°«}§«»'«£ Tho pillow will bo voted to tho most popular Governor. . . Mrs. D. M. Burgess received a box o fancy work from Mrs. Bontwrlght, ot lfo n anoko College, and » check from l hs , Bludenta of the college. The bwMnelMOd * a. doll, which, In honor of Mrs. Boatwrlghfs little daughter, was named Oeitrudo Boatwrlpht. _,„„„« MILITARY THERK Tho Richmond Grays attended tho Tair ln> body, and with tho staff officers, who were In uniform, gave a military a h to tho assemblage. A diamond POlltahe ring WM being vote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

Swell Jdeas In Silk Suits. Are you Interested in SUk Shirt-Waist Stilts 1 Our Foulard and Tftffota Suits have already received the stamp of approval. For stylo, material and price they havo no equals. Wo mention two specials! Foulard Suits, blnok hnd navy, with white polka-dot, waist has yoke of all-Bilk fnjjgotinp, extra laws C I 2.50 puff Blooves, flared skirt, trimmed BcnniH, only «P ■ "»w Black and Whlto Ohcok Taffeta Suit*, tucked blouso, largo blcovob, tucked nfc top, nowßliaped Bklrt, <E1 *1 511 yoke trimming ; regular |20 00 value, at *' # »^ v Other styles, $20.00 to $80.00. , ROSTER OF THE ARMIES One to Be Published by the War Department. A GIGANTIC UNDERTAKING Secretary of War Has Written to Governors of All the States Asking Cooperation In Making Rolls Complete as Possible. (By Afioctated PreM.) WASHINGTON, D. C, March 10.— By fllrectfon of Secretary Boot the War Department to-day embarked on the executive work of compiling and publishing a complete roster of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

- The Times-Dispatch I Published DAIIy «nd Weekly at No. 4 & Nerth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, nt rtleh* mond, V«., as tteeond-Clnss Matter, under Act of Consress of March «, 1879. EThe DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at 2 cents a copy. A _-u i. The, SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •old at 5 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES'DISPATCH by ma"— 60 cents a month, $5.00 n year, $2.50 for I six months, $1.60 for three months. I SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by ma", j $2.00 a year. . / The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In* ] eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per I week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents. per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will do rejected. Rejected Communications will not Do returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. ' TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1903. DAY IS BREAKING. Wo aro quite as weary of dlsousulng i the race question as many of our' readers are weary of follo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

BARGAIN DAY IN POLICE COURT George Chambers Fined $3 for Threatening to Kill Bertie Morris. "This la a bargain sa^o," said Justice .John," and everything Is going off at and bolow cost." • Then ho fined George Chambers $3 for Ihreutonlng to kill Hcrtlo Morris. ' "Llfo ain't worth much these days, nnyway," ho said. "A brick might fall oft a chlmnoy on your head at uny mlnutfi." , Joseph SummcrvlllQ was fined .SSO for carrying a concealed weapon, and, together with Jxjwlh I'arkloy, ho was placed - under bonds for twelve months, William Donnlp In said to havo threatened to cut Lizzie Wade and llobort WIHb Is charged with cutting Mary Thoroughgood. Both cases will bo heard later. James Darns, colored, was sent to tho negro reformatory for taking 13 belonging to another person. An attachment was sent out for Goorgo Lawls for fighting In tho bar or A. Ca«tleveohl. Joseph Boiling and Spencor Nash wero each fined " '— being disorderly In tho , Second Market. ' Mary'Andorßon, colored, was se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

6 ■i:., | '' ' ' ' ' f% *^f* "V* A' 'ft m WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY Government's Station at Cape Henry Will Soon Bo Working A STATION IN NORFOLK •' It Is Proposed to Put Ono On the Citizens Bank Building for Use In the Event Wires Are Down at tho Time of Big Storms. J (Special to Tho Tlmoa-nlspntch.) NORFOLK, VA.. March 18.-Tha ereutlon of a ninety-foot polo nt Cnpo Honry Is «ald to bo the forerunner of tlio inauguration of tho Wentlicr Hureau'H lystem of xvlroloaa telegraphy, with wliloh tho department has boon axporlmontlng for somo Umo. At tho oupo yesterday the Impression was that tho eystom would bo In working: order within o month. Ail of tlio apparatus is on the ground, and It Is known that tho Intention of tlio Bureau is to begin sondbig wireless massages between Capo Henry and nrarlous coast stations iib far noulh aa Key West Tlio nxporlmonts which havo been conducted at Roajiokn Island and HatHi toras hiivo been Buccessflil, and It la the deslro of tho Bureau to have h practical...

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