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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 March 1903

Bi^patrl) -He TiMios. ?&$??? iSS-1 'WHOLE NUMBER, 16,179. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS, THE WEATHER. ' WASHINO'roN, /March '..-Forocast for Tuesday aud Wodnesday: _-,_? ? . Vlrglulo-Partly cioudy .Tuesday and "Wednesdayi warmer on the const iuw day: fresh enst wltlds, bccomlng sotith >VNorth Cnrollno-Cloudy Tuondny^ .und Wednbsdfly; "light to fresh northeast wlnds. Nelther Loo warm nor too c^'d was yos terday'H temperature.;i Thoi day wm a vcrv iiieasnni ono, with cioudy weat-nor nl nlght. STATE OF 'J'HB THl-HMOMETER^ H A. M. |2 M. ... P, II'. M. ) P. M., ,, '?2 mldnlght.'?.4T 46 Avorago 44 0-6 Illglicsi terriporaturo yesterday.>fi Lowest temperature yostcrdny. ,u Mean temporaturo yesterday.. w Normal temperature for Mnrch... 15 DepartUro from normal temporaturo. 08 Preclpltatlon during pust 21 hours,... m AIimATi;iui~AUAIANAC. Mnrch 3, 1003, Bunrlses. 0:11 I HIGH TITJE. Sun sets .... fi:0? Morn ng.\-f Moon 30ts....l0::',f&g...

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. — 3 March 1903

t-K ?o uae up the iipproprl-tloti. "and honest ?hough," Interjooted Mr. Tlllman. An amendmunt was Introduced provld? ing that rebntr.s on tobacco nnd sniift liliail not. be pald unleas prwented prlor to Aprll 1. 190S. The amount appropn ?.ted for the payment of the clalm* wan tiioreaeed to H.S70,Wp. When the Aldrloh flnnivclaj blll wan t_k?n up Mr. Teller continued hls re - w?ks bag-n yesterday. He tmfl follewori by Mr. Carmaok. who replled to some .nowspaper erltldsms of a recent speeeh by hlm on tho subject of mtu-dere m the Phlllppines. The paper had referred to *ome of Mr. Carmftck'e remark* regnrd Ing the army d* "ntrocloue. Mr. car , mock said he had been m Isquoted. and relterated hls former *t?temerit- that prlsoners of war hnd been ?"?|;de,r'ii'" the Phlllpptne*. and sald they had gone unanewored. During the course ot tho day tho conference reports o~ the torn fioattons approprlation bll nnd the Alna kan homestoud ;bill wero "P8.?;0' lWlr The Immlgratlon nnd omnlbus publlc ...

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. — 3 March 1903

RESPOND TO COUNTYF1RES Richmond Board Wants Opin? ion of Clty Attorney. A BILL IS MADE OUT Account to Bo Sent to lho Board of Su? pervisors?Substltutes Appolnted at tlie Meeting Held Last > Nlght. The Board of Flro Commiaslonera hold a meeting laat nlght wllh all membera presont excopt Mr. Locky, who was do talned on account of Hlckness. R. E. Lowla, aubstltule In Truck Company Na 8, was oltod to appoar beforo tho next regular meotlng of tho board for mlssing alarms and drills- . Tha followlng substltutes having setwort threo montha on probatlon wero roported eatlsfactory and appolntod -regular sub Btltutos: J, W. Frakor, to Englne Com? pany No. 2; D, L. Oarthrlght, to En? glne Company No. 4; tt. B. Samuola. to Englno Company No. 8. Tho resignatlon ot Lowla R, Rogers, atatlon man ot Englne Company No. (i, tcndered hls resignatlon, whlch waa ac? ceptod, and E. W. Umlauf. substltute. waa unanlmoualy prornotod ,to tha va eancy. , , The followlng aubstltutos wero appolnt ad on probat...

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. — 3 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch VA. ENTEHED , JAN. 27. ??$&_&? RICHMOND, VA.. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER UNDER ACTX5I CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1S79. THE DA1LY TIMES-DlsrATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. _k .? THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT F1VE CENTS A COPY. ? DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH .B^MAI^ Wo. A MONTH, ?3 A VEAR ?;?;?8S SIX MONTHS; Jl.Kl FOR lHREB. WS_W?AY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, *2 A YEAR. THE DA1? CLUDlNll SUi ?ER WEEK. .,?,,,-?( ?v THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, -l CARR1ER, BC. PER WEEK. VPAR . WEEKLT TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1 YEAR ALL UNS1GNED CO.MMUN1CA1IO.N ?W'fLL RE REJECTED. ._,-?_ WTtT REJECTED COMMUNICATlONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNL-SS AL COMPANIED HY STAMPS. ..... UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MI-i> ERS', 510 E. BROAD. _ TUESDAY, MARCH S, 1903. "T'HE'DAiLY TIM^-DIPPATCH 1N -LUD1NO SUNDAY, BV CARRIER, 16C PER WEEK. A ONE-SIDED QUESTION. Tho Torrens SysLem of Land Rogtstra tlon has boon under dlscusslon In Vlrglnla for nearly four yoars, wlthln whlch pe? riod may communlcatlons and edltorlals hav...

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. — 3 March 1903

FINE SPEEGH OF MR. SIPE The Member Pays a Glowing Trlbute to Loo, FOR COMPOS1TE STATUE Blll Offorod to Oommemorato tho Deeda of Loo nnd Hls Generals In Marble and Bronzo?Moaauro Roferrtd to Flnanco Committee. One of the dlotlnot foaturoB of the Houso, proceodlngs yosterday .waa tho In? troduction Into that body by Mon. Georgo _. Slpe, of Bocklhgbam, of a blll to provldo for tho oroctlon of a composlto monumont on the Capltol 8inm.ro of Leo ind hia genorala. Mr. Slpo, who Ia one ef tho strong lawyora of the body, mado _n eloquent spcech ln offorlng Uie blll, and was loudly cheerod by hia oolleaguea/ 9|e remarka of Uio gcntlernan from, Rocktngham wero aa follows: "Mr, Spoakor, I trust I may have tho ' permlsslon of the Chalr and tho con ?ont of'lhs House for a very brlef ox planallon of thu objocts of a blll I havo bow to present.. "And thls Indulgonco la sought wlth less ? roluotanco becauso I cannot doubt that tho merlt of tho moaauro wlll al tract the aympathy lf not tho actlvo sup...

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. — 3 March 1903

LiveNews~andFreshG^ssipWrqm tEe^Eks^r^Towns of Virginik REFORM IN NORFOLK _t?: The Llquor^Crusade Has Not Abollshed DrunKenness. IN THE POLICE COURT lt la Sald Sunday Was a Vory Dry Sun . day?Ono Saloon Was Open for Drinklng In Main-Street Dis? trlct and Possibly Others. (S]>eclnl to Tlie Timos-Dlspfttch.) NORFOLK. VA., March "-.-Tho llquor orusade has not abollshed drunkennoss. lt may not have boen expected or ln tended to abollsh that evll, as lt may not havo boen expected to flll tho ohurchoa and tho Sunday-schools. How? ever that may be, thero were seventeen casos of plain drunks ln tho Pollco Court thls mornlng, besldo tho wholo ropetoiro ot petty crlmos thaj usually follow any bollday and that alwaya fol /bw Sunday, desptto tho cnorgy of tho crusadq that has been woged agalnst the Sunday llquor sollers. It Is sald that yo9torday was a dry Sunday.' Ono saloon was open for drinklng in the Main-Stroet distrlct, and' thoro may hevo boen others. Hence, lt ls' ovldont that tho en...

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. — 3 March 1903

GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT cJurtlberland County Associa' tlon Met ln Fayettevllle. BOND ISSUE PROPOSED Resolution Provlding for a Oounty Road Commlsslon Was Offered, but Was Voted Down?Oape Fear Freight Flght. / (Speclnl to The Ttm'ea-lapnteb.) _, FAYBTTBVILLE, N. C, March ..-The Cumborland CoUnty Good Roads Aaaocla? tlon mot laat wook ln Fayottovlllo. Tho chalrman havlng brlelly but forclbly explalned tho object of the mootlng, Mr. lt. McD. Roblnson read aho aet ot iho Leglalature provlding for an eloctlon In May to voto on tbo lssuo of *40,000 In road bonds. A resolution waa orterod propoalng tho oatabllshment of a "Hlgh way Commlsslon," to conslat of tho county commlaslonora and cltlzens of tho different townshlps ofltho county, thls commlsslon to control the road funda nnd diroct tholr dlstrlbutlon. Thls was \voted down. Yostorday evonlng two negroos of Sev enty-flr?t Townahlp, Torn Harrlngton and Bob Gllmore, nlled up wlth bad whlskey and wont to a featlval near Shaw'a Mlll. From morr...

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. — 3 March 1903

Tlio Klnd You Havo iAlways Botighjt, nnd whlch has bccu Yitl uso, foi\ over. 30 years, has bOrno tho signatnro of nnd has beon mado under hls per? sonal suporvislon slnco its infiincy. AJlowuo one todocclvo youin thls. All Counterfeits, Imltations and " Just-ns-good " aro but; Expcrhnent s that triflo with and ondnngcr tho health of Infauts and Childrcu-Expericuco against Expcriment. ?nstorla is a harmlcss substltuto for Castor Oil? Paro gorlc, Drops and Soothlng Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc conlains ncitlior Opiuni, Morphino nor other Narcotio substancc. Its age is its friiarantce. It destroys Worins nnd allays Fcvcrishncss. It enrcs Diarrhooa and Wind Colic. Itrelicvcs Tcctbhig Troubles, cures Constipatiou aud Flatulency. It asslniHatcs theJTood, regulatcs tho Stoniach and i?owcIs, glving hcalthy aud natural sleep. Tho Cbildren's Pmmcca?Tbo Mothor'- Frlond. GENUINE ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always BougM In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUH COMPANY, TT MUBBAV OTHEET, NEW YORK OITV. ...

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. — 3 March 1903

Big Furniture ( f r\ lUIl Alaska Refrigerators are already in stock, but our store is so I Oj overei'owded that we can't even show Refrigerator samplcs, conse l$M_\ queritly we will this week give redtiotions of from 10 to 50 per cent. onaU odd Chambor, Parlor, Dining,Room, Hall, Library and I-itchen Furn? iture/odd Chairs, Rockers, &c, &c. You DONT need cash to take advantage of this sale. Weneed room, and need it badly?and will mak any fair'or roasonable conceBsion in terms of payment, etc. OOME TO SEE US. CHAS G.JURGENS' SON, 419-21 E. Broad St., bet. Fourth and Fifth. ^ Our assortment of Baby Carriages, Go-Carts and Mattings is now complete: 1 A TOWERMG STRUCTURE Mutual Assurance to Erect One Nine Storles Hlgh. PLANS NEARLY COMPLETE New York Archltecls Now Drawing Them?OoL Palmer Believe3 There ls Need for at Least Threo Mod? ern Office Bulldlngs. Tho Mulual Assurance Soclety of Vlr tlnla oxpecta to go the Anierlcan Bank ou_ bottor In _n ottlee bulldlng, erectlng thelra ...

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. — 3 March 1903

MOVEMENT DOWNWARD ?y ?i?i?| Saturday's Late Rally Had Little Effect on Openlng, RELAPSEDINTO DULLNESS Money SJtuatlon Continues lo Wolgh ? Upon the Markot?Ruling Rato for Call Money Was 3 3-4 por cent. ond Tlme Money Scarce. (By Assoclntrd Prci".) NEW YORK, March 2.?The closing rally ln stocks on Saturday had some slight influence upon tho openlng dealliigs to-day, but the advanco wns Inslgnlllcnnt and the morkot soon relapsod Into duii nees and nogleol und A slow dpwnwnra movement. Tho decrease in net earnlngs for January reported by Bt. Paul wns an unfavorablo Inlluonoo, although lt was Bought to oxpluln it by tho hlgh prlce for fuol, whlch had lo be pald. Amulga matod Copper showed some strength, owlng to the further advanco ln the roetiu both hero and in London, and Penfisyl vanla made somo reslslanco to the ile presslou. Lalo in thu day agaln the nn e-plalned advance ln Manhattan Induced some rocovory In prices, but the closing was unstondy and vory dull. Tho money situation co...

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. — 3 March 1903

GBiT CHABQE A 2BGents, WORD. CaihlnAdwriM _^H?m?V?4VI|AAJWM4?K^WE**M** THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TNIT BRIRQ QRMTEST RESULTS. ONE CHARGE OENT 26 Cents, A CaihltlAdvanoi WORD. !____ WANTED?MAtK. ' WANTED SIX OR EIOIIT OOOD PIJIN TEP.8 ut onco. Apply'to I. N. JONEB & SON, 6-8-1,0 N, ElRhth Htreet. WA NTED, ' FIV1S EXPER1ENCED . WAlTKRSs wnges. $20 ner mon th, Ap? ply LEXINGTON HOTEL, Newport Nows, Va.' '_ WANTED, BOOK-KEBPER AND TYPE ' wrlter; lady or gentlomnn! me that would bo willing to Invest 12,000 ln the preferred etook of 'an astabllahed rner cantlle company, 7 per ,c*nt. dlvldond guaranteed and payable quarterly. Box 163 Claromont, Va. ?_ .WANTED, EXFERIBNCED BOLtCrTOR to take chargo of Bubscrlptlon depart mont of largest clreulatlng llbrary ln . the world for Richmond and suburban towns; ono havlng othor business whlch only occuples half hls tlme profcrred: a good annual Income to the rlght party, Call WEDNESDAY between U and 1:30 at 421 West Maln Street. SITU...

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. — 3 March 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. This Illustration Shows a Warner Rust-Proof Corset... No. 121 it's called. Mado of English Coiitil,' with iho uow English hip. Hoso supportors attached to botli liip and front, in'ediuin bust, tfimined with laco and ribbon and jK boned with rust-proof steel?$1.50. f A "Warner Enst-Proof Girdlo for $1.00 ls mado / in Batiste and, liko aD tho Warner modols, is boned with rust-prool steel. niwpRoo Beautiful. Coats for the Baby. Pooplo ihMt are not at nll interested in pretty thlngs for babies won't be interested in this little item. ?rt,_ rf.<?fi.-t rnii??t coats nnd Irolley M.pes for the wee people thnt we ever 3aW S^sSteSto- S"lk Cashm.ro and Bedford Cord-M.60 to $12.50. j Cnn't begin to describo thoir beanties?this is only inteuded to bring,ydu in to look at 'mn. The Dollar Muslin Underwear Exhibit When Unaerwear, svich ns we havo In our window, Is offered at One Dol? lar, lt means that Uii_orwear per.eo tlon (as far ns our present knowle...

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. — 4 March 1903

li^patrf) &?$_?#$; ?K8!S I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,180, KICILMOND, VA/, WEDNBSBAV, MAHCH 4? 1008. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DftY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Mnrch 3.-Foreeast for Wednesday nnd Thursday: ' virglnla-lMIr In north. riiln In sdu.Ui portlon Wednesday; Thursday raln; freah northonst lo oast wlndn. . North Carollnn-Raln lnte Wednesday and probably on Thursday; frcsh uorth oast wlnds on the coast. An excnptlonally ploasunt dny wus yes? terday from all polnts of vlow. Raln ls promlsod Irt somo portlons to-day, and a more genoral fnll to-morrow, STATE OP THE THERM/JMKTER^ fl A. M. h 12 M. 'r? .'! P M. "7 0 P. M.I. , I) P. M. '/I 12 mldnlght . *J_ Averago '..???. ,''""i Highest tcmporat'urii ,yeslordny. M Lowest teir.poraturi- yeslordiiy. ?>' 1 Mwin temporatiii.. yo8tcrd_.v...i. ? i Normal lempcraturo mr March........ k Ocpnitiiro from normal fempWlture, (1 Prcclpitatlon during past -'I hours.... v? M INIATl.'RE 7\LM AS A C. March 4, 1'M. Pun risos.6:CT I HIOW TIDK. Kun...

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. — 4 March 1903

seemed thnt all wero trylng to talk al onco. Each man hnd ldeas of hls own. (ind ?_ach sworo positively that he w.is bpen to convlctlon. There wna thls feature ot tho ovldenco And that featuro of the lostlmony lo be , thra.hed out tlmo nnd ngnln. so thnt When ono of tho members sngito'-tod thnt lt wa-h clgar tlmo. all readlly assonted, nnrl, neoordlr.nly tho hallif in rosponso to B> roanest, ohnsod nftor A hlllioll of femoke., THOUGHT DEDPLY. For the next flfteen or twenty mlnutea Mio jury ohowed and smoked nnd sald llttlo. All wero thlnklng lntently and B.I1 was milot ln tho room eavo for IU* tromp. trnmp, tramp of tho twolve foot aa they eauniered bnck nnd forth neross the harrow conftnos of tho place. / About thls tlme somo one SUggestea Lhat the court wouid shortly dlsmlss thom for Mipper and a ballot mlght bo In ordor. Uo had an Idoa that all hnd ? ehangod tholr mlnds eavo thoso who at first took the name view of tho enso That he dld. Agnln tho hat was passed fcround and Btf...

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. — 4 March 1903

ALL PRA1SE ITWARMLY Prominent Men Endorse the Torrens System. - COURT CLERKS WANT IT Mes.rs. Savllle of Richmond, Waddlll of Henrlco, Duval of Manchester Llke tho System Greatly ?Messrs. Scott, Bryan and Rose for H. Tho Torrens Systom of Land Reglstra llon Is moollng wlth, tiiiriunllfled npproval on tho part of nll who hnvo InVostignted lt. ._ Tho flrst person ls j-ct to bo found who l'.nu looked Into thu oporatlon of / Bhe iiyntom who Is not pleased wlth It and ls not assiirod that lt posHcssen Immensc ad vantages oycr tho present rnothotf. . . Yesterday a number of woll known'iresl dcnts of Richmond and viclnlty wero ask? ed for an exprcsnton on the Torrens Sys? tem. Tho oplnlon of theso gentlemen wero not known when asked, tho effort belng to flnd out what business men wero thinklng of lt; whether or not they -ulioved It had sufflclent advantages ovor tho present to wurrant Its adoptlon ln tho Stato. . Thereforo tho intervlewer sought out thoso whose business exi>erlenco In cl...

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. — 4 March 1903

TkeTimes-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly nt Nt), 4 North Tenth Stroet. Richmond, Va. Kittered Jnn-BfF 2,i 1903, nt Rich* mond, Vn? n? Sccond-Clnns Matter, under Act of Con* ' 'gresa of Mar.li 3, 1878. The DAILY TIME8-DI6PATCM Is sold nt _ cents a copy. The BUNDAY TIMB8-DI8PATCH ls ?old at B cent. a copy. DAILY TIME8-DI3PATCH by mall? 00 centa a month, $6,00 a year, $2.60 for bIx monthe, $1.50 for threo monthe. SUNDAY TIMB8-DI6PATCH by mall. $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMH8-DI6PATCH, ln* cludlng 8undny, by Carrler, 13 cents p?r week, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 8 cents per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DI3PATCH, $1,00 yoar, All Unslgned Comnuinlcatlons wlll b? rejected. Rejected Communlcatl.na wlll not be returned unless accompanled by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 Eaat Broad Street, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1003 NEW MILITIA LAW. Tho "aet of Congross to promote tho efllcioncy of tho mllltla and for other pufposcs," ls intorostlng rondlng mattor, especlally for the ...

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. — 4 March 1903

rdurqureftii, Temple 6 Co. Fourqure&n, Temple <5> Co. Exqtiisite New Wash Materials Latesi Arriv&Js. Tho Atincx is a crowded placo? OoWded with tho bui'sting newness of Spring; With beauty and freshrioS- that beckons to baimy days out of doors, . Ancl with styles so rofreshing, so numerous, so difibrently now 'that they nearly bcwilder one's admiration. . Tlio war-sh-gootls buyor is just back from tho markot ancl thoso ull'rf. fchiiigs that will toll thai* eriiicitig stovy so much botter to your oyos than wo ran writo it, aro trailirig in after him. loit will soe sorts to-rlay that woro iiot hom at this writing, so wo cannot givo a tietailed list, but wo can tell you this: That Liriens, brown or bleacHed, are to be fche scason'sloremost feature and that the provision liere in them and in every other new fabric is broadly ample. Round Throw] Lincns for shirt-watfits, bleachpd, S3o toOOc. Froneh Walst LlnoiiH.soft ilnlsh nnd flno, 40o to <Mc. Hotinil ThrciMl-JilnonH, ...

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. — 4 March 1903

LiveNews aridFresh Gossip From tlie Cities and Towns of Virginla' APPEAL OF LIQUOR MEN Jury ln the Corporation Court js Now Considering Gases. HOTEL CASE TOBETESTED The Supreme Court of Appeals of VI r ginin Wlll Pass Upon the Questlon ns to Whethor Hotel Proprletor Can Sell to Guests on Sunday. (Spcclitl to Tbo Tinic-s-Disiintch.) NORFODK. VA., March 3,-Judge Hanckel and tho Jury of tho Corporn tlon Court wero ocoupled with tho Ilquor cases to-day. Thoy aro cases of appeal from the largo flnos whlch woro Imposod ln tho Pollce Court, luid to whlch tho tfofendnnts have prepared tlio usual nrgu ments and evldence that wero heroto foro offoctuaJ ln roleaslng thom blamo less bofore a jury. ln thoso cnses where a dofendnnt could not provo that he luul not sold Ilquor on Sunday, ho wns fined. In ono caso, that of Barney McCann, whero tho proof was posltlve thnt ho sold llquors on Sunday, tho fino lmposed by the Corporation Court on appoal was $450, and tho defendant bolng unablo to pay, w...

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. — 4 March 1903

RALEIGH TRAGEDY No Appllcatlon for Ball for Ernest Haywood. THE SOLICITOR IS EXCUSED The Judgo Wlll Also Be Unablo to Serve on Account of a Famlly Rela tlonshlp?Intlmate Famlly Tlos That Stlll Exlst. (flpoolni to Tlio TlrDM-Dlnpntch.) RALEIGH, N. C? March 8?Counsol for HJrnest Haywood, who shot and kllled Ludlow Sklnner horo little more than a wook ng6, say thls mornlng that they don't knov? when they wlll movo for tho much talked-o'f wrlt of haboas corpus. They hosltato to apply untll thoy aro ubuolutoly sure of making tholr case, as a failure would only prejudlce tholr case. Thoy flnd It dllllcult to flnd wltneBses who saw tho flrst shot flrod or saw tho (Nro mon together before tho shootlng. They want ovidenco to corrotrorate Rob? ert N. Slmms, who says ho saw an al tercallon ln whlch Sklnner struck Hay? wood, who thereupon shot Sklnner. Tho complalnt ls mado tuat partles who huvo ln prlvato convorsatlon havo de? clared that thoy saw the shootlng from tho boglnnlng, when asked fd...

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. — 4 March 1903

A Piano O 9> ? Was a Luxury Enjoyed by Few of Abundant fteails; TO=DAY THE $ o ? ? ? Men ol Moderate Income Cnn Have in Their Home Even Such Instruments as . .. VICTOR TALKING MACHINE. The crcntc.st sourcc of nmusr ment obtainublc. We carry all the new Roconls. Prices from $ | S upwards. Eaiiy terms K'vem Qnablcs anyonc lacklng the pianist's ability to call forth at will the subtl- power of music's wnnd. Tberc are 8,643 different selections avail Hblo to the Pianola owner, lneludlng] the master-works and all the popular light operas. REGINA MUSIC BOXES. Qrciit Varlety of Styles to Select From. The South's Old-BstanlLihcd Husic House, 103 EAST BROAD STREET. Correspondencc Sollcited. Write for Catnlogue THE GREAT WORK OF EVANGELISTS An InterestingStatementThat is Made by Rev. J. Wil bur Chapman, Rov. J. Wllbur Chapman, D. -D., secre? tary of tho Evangellstle Commltteo the General Assembly of tho Presbyterian 'jChurch, ls now conductlng a serles of servlces I" Tnlcdo,'Ohlo. ln thu e...

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