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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

DR. PRICE'S TRYABITA FOOD THB ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD. "I consider Tryabita Pood Ilia, greatest achievement of my life 1 ' GROCERS SELL IT. THE GOVERNOR ON COMMITTEE jh Correspondence With the Friends and Associates 1 of Dr. J. L. M. Curry. A oommltteo of three has been appointed by tho trustees ot Rlohmond College and Is now getting down to work on tho proposition of raising not less than $500,000 for the establishment of a department of technology as a memorial of the late J. L. M. Curry, Tho committee is <!om posed of Governor A. J. Montague, tit, F. W. Boatwright, president of tho ColleifO, and Mr. Joseph Bryan. Among other things tho committee is conferring with representative frionds of Dr. Curry and his associates on tho Peabody and State Boards, tho General and Southern Education Boards. A noat little pamphlet lias been prepared and is being sent around. It bears the title, "The J. L. 11. Curry School of Technology In Richmond College. A brief account of Dr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

8 SALVOS FOR THE DEAD Salute and "Taps" Over the Grave of Major Randolph. FLAG FOLDED THE CASKET The Stars and Bars Wrapped It While the Confederate Hat of the Veteran Rested Upon It— Simple Services at Oathedral and Grave. An Immense company, including many of the best known people of Richmond, attended the funeral of Major N. V. Randolph at St Peter's Cathedral Sunday afternoon. Seats were reserved for all of the represontatkvea of the organizations with which Major Randolph had been identified or -with which sougiit especially to do him honor by attending as a body. More conspicuous than all tho rest, as they should bo, because of the interest taken in them by the deceased, were the Confederate Veterans of the 6oldiera' Home, Lee and Plckett Camps. Though many; of them woro maimed and broken, not one of them that did not vie with tho other In showing honor to the man who had done so much for them, A large number of the employes of tho Randolph paper box. factory also occupied sea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

Uncle Sam says It's all right whyVOU ihoul" try it. Youi 'flow t>»ck if you're not satlafted. Dlreot front our distillery to YOU Sifii Oiilirt 1 Prtfllil PrtfMti AdulUrillonl" HAYNER WHISKEY PURE BEVEM*VEiIR-OLD RYE 4 FULL $O£2 EXPRESS QUARTS O PREPAY - ityoudon'tnndltall right and as uood as you ever used or cm buy from anybody else Btany price, send tbaoJc atour expense, and your 13.20 will bo ?"urtrodtoy?i by next mall. Just think that 6fTer orer. How could It bo fSlror»H you aronotpertiwtly satisfied, you oro notoutacent. Better lot us send "ou o trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself, Ret » friend to Join you. Wo ship »n a plain sealed case, no mark* to show what's '"orders tor Arit, OaL. Col., Idaho, Mont,. Xer,, N. Met.. Ore. .Dtan. Wash, or Xvyo. must bo on the basis of 4 <*•»•»<» I°\ f*.-^Lt y mtA Xpt * 811 rrcp«i<f or *O «tn»rtn for SIO.OO by VrelstU Prepaid. Write our nearest office and do It NOW. 1 THE HAYNER DISTI...

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

10 HULLS THREW iTOCKS OVER Encouragement Over Money Situation Dissipated. N CALL WENT TO 7 PER CENT ficec Went Down Very Easily Until a Sudden Upward Spurt In Southern . Pacific During Last Half Hour. Bond Market Was Weak. (Dr Aesoclnted Prc(<«.) . NI3W YORK, March IG.— The feeling of encouragement professed on Saturday aver tho money situation, as indicated uj . tho bank statement, wns dissipated toJay, When call money roso to 7 per cent, tho discouraged bulls began to throw ovor ■ ttocks and there was evidence of cpnsidrablo liquidation by tired holders. PrlCjft tant down very easily and there was no ippenmnco of effective support until a ludden upward spurt In Southern PAclfl° Burlng the last Jialf hour. Tho m4rkfng up of this stock to 63 was so . ohatK&rlBtlo of the drastic speculative method of the manager of i.no pool in Southern Paclflo that the shorts took fright and covered hastily in various harts ot tiio market. Union Paclflo shared In the late rall...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

ONE I MINIMUM CENT CHARQI l 26 Oenlt 9 WORD. OiihlnAdyino* /_. 11 i. 1 :. . , ' .}".' '.'." MILP WAriTtO-rBMAUB,. V i (WANTED, GOOD COOK. APP_Y-'. MCS Grove Avenue. •■ ■■• ■ ' . (WANTED. ONBJ K1R8T : OLAB8 MAJ^P on dresses; none else need apply. Call » at 1123 West Main Street. (WANTED, WHITE WOMAN TO COOK and clean up. house for marrloa.couplo: , no children; references require^, good- • pay and good home. Address Bo* 2Uj Koysville,.Vtt. . , ' IAGENTS WANTBD-RUN AND WOMAN to canvass; salary $85 oar month* payable weekly. Apply at 7W N. Twen-iy-fourth Street after 6 P. M. [WANTED, LADIES, ALSO MEN, TO copy letter* at home and return to us; mmi tmv strictly Konulne. Address _xcb_b?6b manufacturing co., B, Cleveland, O. ■. .■WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECKwear from sample; experience not necessary: sWady work, good pay. Send self-addressed stamped nnvolqpo. IDEAL Mm COMPANY, tOB West 133 d Street, New York. [WANTED— A MAN OF, ABILITY AND experience, whose .house Is going out of business, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 March 1903

M Miller 6 Rhoads. Miller G Rhoad*. The "Uzar" Umbrella FOl* $3.00. AU Silk Taffeta, It's about tho most sousibly-rnado Umbrella that we know of, and H consequence, the most durable Oovored with Silk Tnffofca, of as good quality as goes into an Umbrella—so good that if it cute from actual wear within one year we'll give you another one. Paragon lock frame, patent runner, heavy Bilk tassel and Princosa handles. $3,00 i Sun orfd rnln Tlmbrellhs for Lndles. Brown, Green, Red, Navy nnd Blnck, nuw Princess handles nnd handsomely woven colored bordors, J2.K. Exonnette Coats for Showery or Cool Weather. What a diileroncG in temperature bofrween Sunday night and Monday morning ! — and hew appropriate a Kainc6n.f. was yesterday morning, either to protect yon against the easterly wind or the Scotch mist. Exonotte Coats— loose back and fnlJ lengths, $10, $12.50, $15 BIG DAY WITH LAW-GIVERS Senate Refuses to Endorse Cabell Child-Labor Bill. REVENUE COMMISSIONERS Bill so Amended in Senate as to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

'Ttffi T7MMB FOUNDED USO I THE DiSiUTell, ifOUNUIiU IK//. I SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER. WAPiriNOTOI^, Miik-h 18.— Kortcast for nriiuiKilny and Friday: , ■ „. viittln it-Fnlr Thursdayi wii'mcr.. jh Bniitliciiflt portion: ffrluay rain, mi {<-» colder; rresh southeast winds, beeorninß "Nnrur^nrollna-Kalr Th V u-«dny; Friday rnJn, colder, fresh nouthoast to Bonth •winds, becoming westerly. Perfect spring wwilhoV wns that of, yO8« UtW, Aliothc-r Tioatul fill /'"■}[.„»/",".• t*f)d, but to-morrow It In predicted. l| "j; Uioro will bo l-ii.lh and mucli colder wcathor. / BTATE- OF THrTTHKUMOMICTKn. 12 M $ 8 P. M • .'4 o p. m ;':;;:;;,'.■. «o Highest t.Miiporaturo ■ycßlordny ]3 I,ow«(!t tempornturc/ ycMterday ...43 Mi'iin temperature yjMlpri\ay.i. «>' Nonmil ipmpernUiro for March. 18 IJfparturn from normal tomperuturo.. U Precipitation during past ?A hours.... 00 MINIATURE) ALMANAC. March 19, IM3. Bun rises..... fi:lf. I irtOll TIDK. p.insctß ...... 0:10 Mornln« ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

/i'Wioksi tvet since a man tried to i-ob .^*So n 'lfu Rdl'dn-tR dl'dn-t expect 16 sl.oa' Mis* i^SSe/hor'and expected to marry '•Then you dldnH love her." "Bui you liked her?" t : w^ 1 ; don't know.,, Mom. don't ■•You never once thought of marriage, V yon ttvo?" '.■.NovTo* course you remember going i to Lakeside and Reservoir on tbo d.ij.or tt ;S?; do. 'Tmnv have gone." "You say you didn't know anything of the tragedy?" "Nothing." .„,„ . "When did you first lenrnof Itv '•Two or thrco dnyfi lfl-ter. ', "Whore wn* this revelation? ;, "In this room, when 1 c.tmo to. "Well, who told you? Your brother or bister?" "I don't remember. „„,.,.... "You have peon a lawyer-Mr, ITttrrj Bmlth, I believe?" "Well, kindly' tell me whrit you told him." "Nothing. : *" ; "Ahsohitely nothing?" "1 told him a* 1 have you.^repeatedly, lhn< I wns too wi-nk tn talk." v. "You arc. not demented now, are you? "But still you don't know anything of the murder?" "Are your father nnd mother living?" "Yes;'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

PASSENGERS WATERBOUND Train Can Neither Advance Nor Return to Memphis. NO IMPROVEMENT IN FLOOD Traffic from Memphis West Completely Tied Up and Week May Pass Beforo It Can Be Resumed— River ;' Still Rising. (t»y Ansofelated Prprni,) MEMPHIS, TI3NN., March 18,-The Hood situation to-night shows a number of serious development!), and there la ncarcoly a ray of hopo for Improved con--dltlons, except the fact that tributaries' of the Mlsslßßlppi to tho north ot Mcnf|)hla aro reported to bo falling'; | O,no of tho most serious 'developments of the last twenty-four hours Is tho washing out ,of all linos of railroads entering tho city from tho west and iho complete tying up of: railroad' trnfuo through tho Memphis gateway to that section. Ther« Jiavu been no trains Into or out a; the city- over the Mississippi bridge, mid. .there Is <wory Indication thnt truffle cimnot bo resumed until the flood has »übnldod lo a considerable dogreo. ' - |i • i It Is believed that a week mjiy {pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

Times-Dispatch Publlihed Dally and Weekly nt Ne. 4 / North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, nt Rich* mortd, Va., as Second-Class Mutter, under Act of ConBrest Of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES.DISPATCH Is sold •t 2 cents a copy. . The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ' told at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— ; 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 for '! six months, $1.60 for three months. ■'. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 'i*/ 12.00 a year. ; ; The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 16 cent* per u ; .week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by f' Carrier, 6 cents per week. ■; The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, v . $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo t. rejected. Rejeoted Communications will not be unless accompanied by stamps. SfUtfiWn Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. "r 619 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1903. | MR. DAVIS ON PROHIBITION. That was a most Interesting letter that £ wo printed In yesterday's paper from Jefferson Davis on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

JINGO'S JAG WAS FATAL Big Elephant Could Not Stand . Trip Across the Ocean. PANDEMONIUM QN SHIP For Sixty Hours Preceding His Death , the Animal Trumpeted Continuously ' and tho Other Beasts Joined In. Whiskey Was of No AVall. __ — / , (By Associated .Press.) NEJW YORK, March 18.— Tho elephant 9lngo, said to havo boon larger than Jumbo, died at- boo, on tho' stoamqr/George, which arrived to-day ffom'Mvorpool. fl'ho animal's doUtli occurred March 12th, and tho hugo bqdy was, burled at. soa. . The animal. show bought Jingo In Lonflon. Tho elophant had not traveled jilnco Infancy,' and from tho tlmo ot. sailing from Llvorpool It frcttel and pined •way. i Jingo was twenty-two years old, twelve feet high, wolghed six tons, and ,&aB valued at J50.000. (For sixty hours preceding Its' death, tho mammoth boast trumpeted without cesnation and twice knocked down tyj.'keepcr, Thomas Lawrunco, who attempted- to jiaclfy it. Tho , cries ot tho elephant aroused tha leopards and tigers, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

- / TiveNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia GOULDS AND ROCKEFELLER Strong Combination Back of the New Virginia Railway TO GLOUCESTER POINT A Survey of a Route Across Virginia from the Line of the Chesapeake and Wsstern Recently Made. Baltimore Not Satisfactory. v / (Special to Tba Tlmes-DUpateh.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA., March 18.— The continuation of tho statemont that the Deepwator Railroad Company will extend its lino from the West Virginia, coal fields to the Virginia seaboard, and the authentic statement that tho Standard OH Company owns the Dcejwater Road, seems to confirm tho story that the Goulds Vlll build an extension from the Virginia border to Tidewater A'lrginia, and will probably establish largo terminals at Gloucester Point, if not at Newport News. The connection of .the Standard Oil Company with the Deep,water lino recalls a recent journey South that Georgo Gould mode for tho purpose of conferring with Rockefeller and other Standard Oil, magnates. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

DURHAM'S NEW DEPOT Col. Andrews, of Southern, Shows Plans to Com'n. BASE- BALL ENTHUSIASM The Effort It Being Made to Work Up (nterest In Raleigh and Include That City In the Proposed VirginiaCarolina League. ' , (Spcclnt to Tho Tlmos.Dlapntcli.) RALEIOH, N, C March 18.-COI. A. 11, Andrews, first vlco-prcsldont of the Southom Railway Company, has submitted to the North Carolina Corporation Commission plans for a handsome dopot at Durham, tho purpose of tho Southern being to erect If as a union depot if tho Heaboard Air Lino and Norfolk and Western will Join on an equitable basis, end If not, then aa a depot for tho Southern alone. It will be ono of tho handsomest, most convenient and capacious In tho Btato, Chairman 'McMlll, of tho corporation commission, thinks thoro will bo " no troublo in bringing about an adjustmont of differences botwoen the roads ao tho union Btntlon can bo Greeted. An effort 1« being made to arouse baseball enthusiasm sufficient to got Raleigh into tho Virgin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

BACK FROM STAUNTON Richmond Shrlners Hold Alany Happy Memories. FEAST OF WIT AND WISDOM Visitors Were Royally Entertained by ,Thelr Hosts and Citizens Gen- _, erally — Stonewall Band Heads tho Parade. A party of lUchmond Shrlners of tho Templo Acca camo down the plko from Staunton yesterday In sectionSj footsore and weary, but with the happy thought that they had spent a pleasant ton hours In that beautiful little city. They wont up tho plko from Richmond on Tuesday, to faslon tho fez upon the heads of twenty Innocont pilgrims from tho country roundabout Staunton, and while no one, except the elect, could get within the inner walls of tho temple, the noise as of great hilarity that wont out through tho windows, indicated to a largo part of tSaunton that a good time was going oon. Previous to tho going up of the main body at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Messrs. C. IT. Phillips, F. W Cunningham, H. M. Boykln. Preston Belvin and William Krouso. went to get things In readiness. Then tho ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

THE MEN AND WOMEN Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of the World's Commerce, KnowlMs* of Wfcat Ii BCIt Man Imvorlant Than Wealta Without It. It must be apparent to every one that qualities of the highest order are necessary to enable the best of the products of modern commerco to attain permanently to universal acceptance, MoweVir loudly heralded, they may not Hope for world-wide preeminence unless they meet with tha general approval, not of Individuals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting, enjoying >and learning tho real worth of the choicest products. Their commendation, consequently, becomes important to othfirs, since to meet the requirements of the well Informed of all countries the method of manufacture must be of the most perfect ordor and the combination the most excellent of its kind. The above is true not of food products only, but Is especially applicable; to medicinal agonts and . after nearly a auartor of a century of growth and general...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

10 SENTIMENT ENCOURAGING Stock Market Influenced by Several Favorable Factors. MONEY LESS STRINGENT Various Stocks Showed Some Hardness—Profit Taking Towards the End Caused a Shading of Prices nnd Closing Irregular. (11s 1 Axsorlntpcl PromO , . . NEW YORK. Mnrch IS.-Stocks showed BOino hardness to-dny and hopes were indulgiMi for a rise on the part of n considerable* speculatlvo pnrty which is wntchlng tho market closely for a recovery when the Interior begins to Solid back funds to New York and money becomes easier. Thu few scotlerlliß Indications of a relaxation of the money market did not nppcnr pufflclpnt to fhduco buying muol beyond the ranks of the profossloiKil Bhbrts, who have become uneasy over the cessation of the liquidation In stocks and show- anxiety lo cover their short*. ,W cessation of the recent porslstpnt so 111 v? of New York Central nnd Pennsylvania ■wns a peculiarly favorable Incident In a >U n a hn(l been" feared that the recent selling wns for tho p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

„,n■ll' I I ' I I I ti*n (IMF MINIMUM __> __L __* J|& 26 omli, (9S vlf'/JT W ® j»i WORD, Omlil»Mwiim .\TTT-. * | m I HELP WAWTteD-FEMAH. RvANTBTJ, TO WMPLOY A _18AM; STRESS to work on cloth suits. Apply THALHIMER BROB. fo'ANTED, TWO EX P BRI «_N,p B© HANDS on drosnoß. Apply Mlsfl'LOV* 516 North Fifth Street • Wanted, a ooodcook, who will do eorno wftshlngi, room on' 's*l.?°°* wages, Apply -at one« 208 Harrison Btreot, corner Park Avenue. Ranted, ladies .rro make neck": wear from nampl«; •xperlenc* -not necessary; .steady work, good > pay v B«nd Bolf-addressod slftmncd envelope. IDEAL MJTG. COMPANY, £08 West 133 d Stroot, Now York. - __ < SITUATIONS vyANT-D— FEMALE. trVANTED, A POSITION AS COMPANlon or nurse to an invalid lady or child, or convalescent •ttendant; have had experience In nursing. Address O. T. J., Carrier 0, Petersburg, Va, i,;,. ..,; _"OUNG WOAtAN DESIRES POSITION na companion or care-taker; experienced traveler; rofflronco...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 March 1903

■ 12 Miller G Rhoads. | Miller 6 Rhoads. Afr A Dainty Warner Rust-Proof &^F\\ Corset for Summer is f^X W& "Gladys." , /\!|Si (L modol it is— boiug made with a short hip and a low lI'VW ■ bust. It's especially suitable as a Shirtwaist Corset^ j\ 0* 5 " Fino Batiste with the top. and Bottom finished /l^wnttaor- with broad bands of taffeta ribbon and a ribbon bow CLADYS at t]ie to p, Tabs at tho front for hoso stipporters, $2.00No. 40 Taffeta Ribbon 10c Yard. Mousseline De Soie 25c Yard. There's nothing retnarltnblo In a sllk nM Cottorii so ||ti| t i colors of iS^SAt^Si^ffS -hlte, cr4am. llftt blue, pfnk. Nil. In those All-Silk Tnttotns nt 10c. green and black. A very Inexpensive They are exceptionally good' at this rubric for a pretty evening dress. flflure. , You'll find It In the Silk Depart- ' Blnok. White, Blue. Pink. Mais. Turquoise, Hello. Cardinal and Marino. me.it. Social and (Personal An interesting announcement for next week Is the wedding of Miss M«y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

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