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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 11 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHAINE 25 Cents, Cuh In Advino? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TMT BRINO OREITEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, Cash Inidonee ONE CENT A ? WORD. HELP WANTED-MALB. {WANTED, YOUNG MAN, BETWEEN 18 unti 21 year? of age, with nomo oxuerl? once In handling men's furunlsuinge. Apply to MANAGER, Miller & K^Cmdi. ?WANTED. AN ???tROUND DBNTIST (unmarried); ?tato age, experience anil Bnlary expected. Address ''DENTISTA caro this? office. young MEN everywhere, copy letters, homo evening?, 17.00 weok. Send addressed envelope for particulars. MANAGER, Dept. W, 08, Box 1411, Phil? adolphla, Pa, __________ {WANTED. PARTY TO FURNISH |2,000 to 16,000 and take c-hnrgo or. brick plant; (rood clay and unusual opportunity foca satisfactory roan. Kor particulars ad? dreee Box 128, Norfolk, va. .WANTED, 'FIRST-CLASS PRACTICAL? drug clerk, with thorough knowledge of soda water business, Address, with salary wanted and r?f?renc?e, THE) LEWISBURG DRUG STOBE, Lew-, Isli...

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. — 11 March 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. | Miller ? Rh?ad?. the???w?st coat ?THIS? SE ASON FOR ? ABIES Is a Long Coat of whit? Pique. Mothers who have used the *hort Pique Coats will appreciate the advantages this Coat lias over Bedford olotli or Cashmere. It is lighter in weight and can be easily washed. Large Sailor Collar tri nun ed with embroidered insertion atid an embroidered ruffle. Some of the garments have medallions inserted in the collar $4,25 $4.50 and $5,00, , _ ?. "STORK PANTS" FOR THE BABY "STORK PANTS" and ."STORK SHEETING " both on sale?the Pants In tho Infant Department and tho Sheet? ing at the Notion Countor. Lightness of weight is one of the chief characteristics of this fabric;?It being no heavier than ordinary 'cambric and yet soft and pliable, , and is odorless, ,water-proof and antiseptic. Stork Pants are made to coyer the ?laper. It Is not rubber nor oiled silk, but a fabrlo superior to both. They are easily, adjusted and re? quire no pine,. Tour baby will be less irritable, and w...

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. — 12 March 1903

MWMfiPP I WM0LE N^MBER' i^ MCHMOND, VAr, THUHSPAY, MAUCH i?J 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DflV'S HEWS. THEWEATHER. Vlrcliila? iralr T nirsi ay tlnd KflWjri Htty fllll", llglll, VUtlftMo WllldH. kilr woather 1h promlHcd to-dn> uuu 10 murrow. , ' feTATH OF 'illi'J TMURMOMBTBR^ >I2 M. . m B P. M.? SP. M. r's 1 P. M.?. 57 12 ml'InlKlil .i. ?_. Avcragc...^.67H) ]{lBlic?t tcmp'ciatiiio yop/lorday. M> J.owont temperatiiro yo?terduy. ' Moim temperutiirn yealerdi y...,. ^ Hepitrture from uormul ^inporatufq., iw Preclpllatloii duilng )?ikI(-1 bours... .ia MtNfA'l'tJnifl ALMANA'C.. Mariili 12, 130J. gun rlHtw.lfl:W I [11.011 TIJMS. '?> Moon rlacs,...5:3J l lsyutilng.>-M RICHMOND.' ln'tcnsiftiv Inlercsting rtcbn\c c'jcpocleUjfii llipHpiintolo-dnv ntl thc Ciitnpubell raiio?? Rlll to vcatlbulo atrcot ('lirK noniea up (mim iirtfiiioon?Mt-iiHiiie tn incarccrato m febYlatcfi In HiinlUirliims favorably rpporieu _n>v. i)v. AV. .). Voung may rocelvn a rlmi'Ko .horo?Rullrond clerk...

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. — 12 March 1903

flood stae*. ?hA tht? effects of these wa "ters wlll be fclt In tho mnln rlver wilnln BeloW Helcna tho. rlao wlll contlntte dt?ftflJiy, and maxlmiim Ktagoa wlll l>ron ?bly be roached ?s follows: . . Arkatiaaa Clty, M feeti areenvllla, W feet) Vlckaburg, 60 feet. ' The MlBBlssIppI bolow Vlcksburg nnd lh? AtChaJaioya wlll contlnuo to rr-o r?r Ihe i)6xl thrce or four Woeks, wOi Uei tho 11*6, below Shroveport, and the Cuachlta ?wlll contlnuo to rlBO for scvcral days. LAROE FORCE GUARD LEVEES NIGHT AND DAY (By AeftooUted TrMifO NEW ORLBANS, LA., March U.-The ?overnment, State and clty atithorltlos aro InBpectlng levce llnes rfnn1?>";Par '"* . for pmergencles. Thoy all admlt that tho rlver will llkoly brenk all rccorda be fc.ro It quIU rlslng. but the leyce syatcm Is /higher and strongcr, and thoy clniffl lt wlll wlthetand tho cxtra stroln. LnJgo forcoa of mcn aro bclng utlllzcd to strcngthen weak plncoa and to guaia tho banka by nlght and day Thc gauto hero to-nlght reads 1S.G, a r...

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. — 12 March 1903

LORDFAIRFAX AT COURT _______ , | Natlve of Maryland, He Comes of Vlrglnla Ancestry. LIVES IN BRITISH CAP1TAL1 Klng Much Intorested In Unlque Hlstory of tho Man Who Is an Amorican by Blrth, a Scotchman by Tltle and t an Englishman by Domlcile. A cablegram from London statcs thnt Lord Falrfax, of NewYork, an Atnerlenn by brith, a ScoU'hinnn by tltle and an Eng? lishman by domlcile, baron, banlccr and bacholor,. was, on Monday last, prcaentcd to Klng Edward, of whoso roalm ho ls a pacr, but of whoin he Is not a subjoct. Tho preacntatlon was mado by Lord klnlialrd, and the Klng was much Inter catod aa tho young man'a compllcated BUitua was explalned Lo hlm. Albert Klrby Falrfax, tho Lord Falrfax, Baron of Carneron, who was preaented to Klng Edward, was born In 1870. Hls father, Dr. John. Falrfax, of Leland, l'rlnco Georges county, Md., who dle'd Bomotlmo ago, was the undlaputcd elev ejith Baron Falrfax, but' ho had auch an utter dladaln for all thlngs pertalnlng to royalty that he ncver...

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. — 12 March 1903

Tho Times-Dispatch. Publlihed Dally and Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Rlchmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, nt Rlch? mond, Vfl., as Second-Class Matter, Under Aot 6f Con? gress of Maroh 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ls sold at 2 ecnts a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is *old at B cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by moll? 60 cents a month, $5.00 n year, $2.50 for slx months, $1.50 for Utree months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, lrl? cludlno Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per vveek. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per week. ' The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1,00 year, All Unslgned Communlcatlons wlll be rejeeted. Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not be returned unless accompanled by stamps, Uptown Offlco at T. A. MILLER'S, No, 519 East Broad Street. TIHURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1!>03. THE REVENUES OF STATE. Evldence pllos up that prohlbltlon is ! becomlng moro nnd more nn aptlyeylssue '[ ln A'lrginia, and whother there bo any add...

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. — 12 March 1903

FAIR BRIDES , OF SPRING j> Wachtel'Plncus Home i;ere mony ln Norfolk Yesterday. THEOUTOF TOWN OIJESTS The Home of Mr. Plncus Was Tastofully Oecorated for One of the Prettlcftt Weddlngs ofthe Season?The Qroom is from Macon. (Bpeclal to Tho Tlmei-DlKpatoh.) ... NORFOLK, VA-, March U.-Mlsa Lot tie Plnous was morfled at 6 o'oloclc this afternoon to Mr. Phlllp D.'Watchol, of Macon, Ga, Tho ceremony was p6*? formod at the homo of tho paronts of tlio brido, Mr, and MrB. H. Plncus, No. 109 Holt Street, by Rov. HermanBonmosohe, of the oongregatlon of Both-El, and Rev. Dr. S. R. Cohon, of Ohon Sholam 'Tomplo. ! The brldo waa given away by bor fathor. Mlss Jonnlo Hocht, of Norfolk, a cousln of Mlss Plncus, und Mlaa Gertie Wacbtel, of Macon, slstor of tho grootri, Wero mulds of honor. Mr. Gus Wachtol, tho groom's brothor, was best man. The ushors wore Mr. Jacques Hlrsch, of At lanta; Mr. Ed. Lovenatoln, of Rlchmond; Mr. Hcrbort Frledman and Mr. Edwnrd Holflln, both ot Norfolk. Mr. Moo Lovy w...

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. — 12 March 1903

LiveNewslindFresh Gossip From the Cities and Toims of Virginia FISH BAIT SUITJS ON Involves the Cold Storage In dustry at Norfolk. IS NO CH1CKEN STATUTE Norfolk Has Ordinances Defmtng Oer taln Limitallons for the Depreda tlons of Boys and Qeese, but Nono for Chlckens. (SppclnX to The Tlmoa-Dtspateti.) NORFODK, VA.. March ll.-13vldence ln the flsh bait sult was rosumed thls morn? lng, and tho case occuplod tho Court of law nnd Chancory tho wjiolo day. Still mnn & Co. sent throo schoonera here last November expectlng that they would bo supplled wlth bait from hero during tho flahing season. Inatoad of fresh and bright bait with whlch to entlco tha flsh, the plalntlff allogcs that rolten flsh woro Offered. hence tho three, schooncrs woro baltless. The tostlmony shows that a break ln tho floor of tho cold storage apartment provcnted tho tcmperaturo from romalnlng cold onough to kcep tho bait from spolllng. Tho tempernlure must be below freezlng. Whon it was allowed to beoomo wannor ...

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. — 12 March 1903

BIDS ASKED FORBONDS Now State Issue of $300,000 Soon to fce Marketed. TO BE A POPULAR LOAN lt ls Hopod That the People of the State Wlll Take the Bondi, as They Are Absolutely Safe and Are Non-Taxable# (Speclal to Tho Tlmca-Dlapotch.) KABHIQTI, N." C, March ll.-Tho State Trottsuror ls calllng for blds for tho $300, 000 Stato bonds authorlaed to bo lssttod by tho rocent Genoral Assembly, Of tho bonds $200,000 wltt bo in $1,000 and $500 de nomlnatlons, wlth coupons, and $100,000 wlll bo rOglstercd bonds ln donomlnatlons of $50 and $100, all bearlng 3 por cent. in tereat, tjio lattor boing doslgncd (o bo a popular lonn ln tho hopo that .tho peoplo ,wlil tako thcnl as an absolutely safo and non-laxablo invostmcnt. Blds aro to bo rocolved up to noon Aprll 2d. Judgo Purnell hos issucd nn order to tho custodlnn of Fodcrnl prlaoners at Wil mlnglon to dellver to tho offlcers of Marl borough county, S. C, Sam Watklns, to answer tho chargo of kllllng anothor nc gro over twonty years ago. Ho wa...

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. — 12 March 1903

IS HELD UP INJENATE Blg Tangle Arlses Over the Campbell Case. COES OVER TILL TO-DAY Heavy Debate Is Expected?The Houso Passes Qardner Annexatlon Blll and Debates Barksdalo Pure-Elec tlon Measure?Voto To-Day. Tho Campbell-Crawford cnse was con ildorod for tho f.rst tlme by tho Senate yesterday, nnd on motlon of Mr. Harvoy, of Patrlck, nftor a long and brllllnnt de? bate, tho mnttor went by unttl to-day. Tho tangle, whlch aroso was over tho dlspositlon whlch tho Sonato should mnke of the subject, was not altogother unox-. pcctod, as the press hnd nlrondy lndi cated that, thero would bo a blg fjght. Mr. Mcllwalno, of Petorsburg, was tho ehlof speaker of the day, and hls conton tlon was that, procedont or no preco dont, ho could not get hls consont to voto for agreelng to tlio House resolUr tlons and charges wlthout some more odl clal llght on tho subjeot. , He was interruptod by a number of questlons by hla oolloagues, but replled to all wlth charactoiistlo forco and ablll t'y, He dld ...

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. — 12 March 1903

fcmrrrnrmg5nViii.uiiijnt;iaiwKr.KJ.umiittiiiiiiiiniii?iiHBiiii.wi ^ooDrop** AVfegetable PrepntationforAa slmllaling UieFood nndHctfulu ting (teStoinachs andBowcls of Pr omolcs DigeslionXhecrfttr nessandResLContains nellhcr Opium.Morphiae norMiueral. ISOT 7SLUIC OTIC. Jkape ofOUDrSAMUELPirattn l\mpkm See/>' Mx.Stnna * Anuf.Sxnt * %%%*%*** + WMuymu. riaw. Aperfccl Remedy for Conslipa Tion, Souf Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Vcverish-, ness and Loss OF Sleep. FacSimile Signalure or &**#?&&&'? NEW YORK. \ t- b i it o i tt-UH 'JfVlU '>. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. W... CASTORIA Fof Infants and Chlldron, The Kind You Have Always Bought ln e Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE crNT.un eoM?nr, new york city. LABOR UNIONS CANBE SUED Coihmissioner of Labor Doherty Receives a Letter Which Opens His Eyes. Mr. James B. Doherty, Commlssloner of Labor, has recelved a letter from the secretary of the Natlonal Clvlc Fcdera tlon, whlch, by a Htntemont, prellmlnnry to a most lmport...

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. — 12 March 1903

MARKET WAS FLUCTUATING Professlonal Element Was In Unsettlcd Frame of Mlnd, AVERAOE LEVEL LIFTED Markot Oloscd Wlth Ono of tho Up wartl Flurrles In Progress nnd at About tho Top Levol of tho Day. (ny AaaoclntPtl Yrctf.) NKTW TORK, March ll.-The constant fluotuAilotm In to-day's stock markot ro f.ootod a vory unsettled and "?oortaln Btalo of mlnd on tho part Of }he profcs ?lonal tnuUng element, and It/oaulied the utmost aglllty on tho part of tho profcaslonala known as scotpors to foliow prlce chonges. Tho avcrago levol; how ovor, wns grndunlly lifted. and the mar? kot closed wlth ono of tho upward llur riei ln progress nnd nt abdut tho top lcvel of tho day. Thero was a sonslblo rolnxa tlonof tho pressure of forced llquldat on whlch tho recent colllng of loans by tho banka havo catiacd and some recoyery, duo to tho coverlng of ahort contracta by bears wna, thorefore, normal. Loans on cnll wero mndo during the most activo porlod of tho days monoy markot at 5% por cent,, and 0 por cont...

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. — 12 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Ceni?, Catti In Advino? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TNIT BRINO ORHTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In ?dranos ON. GENT A WORD. '?WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS WHITE) BARB Eft} ?12 per week. SAMUEL : BREMER, 288 ?Iain Street, Winston, ' ?. a, . 'Wanted, party to furnish ?,??? to 16,000 and take charge of brick plant', good nlay and unusual mportunlty fora eatlsfa.ctory man, For particulars ad? dress Box 128, Norfolk, Va. ?ARNE8SMAKER8 WANTED: STEADY Job| good pay for fitter?, and one cutter ono Irish collar hand. "Write or apply : at once to J. C. PARKER & SON CO., j Mlddletown, Pol._,____ WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING salesman; no othor need apply?, must have first-class reference! permanent ? position to the right man. K. FISHER [ & SON, Fourteenth and Main Streets. 'Wanted, industrious man for permanent position! no canvassing, but to roprtsent old-establlehod manufact? urers with largo capital: some traveling: guaranteed s...

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. — 12 March 1903

? ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS. No. 3G3 is shown in.the illustration. It's a dollar Corset and we know of nothing that will surpass it in style, fit tint! wear at that price. ... Made with clip hip and front with bias curves and perfectly adapted to the average form. White Sateen, daintily trimmed, $1,00?' "yausT-rooof Threo Warner Rust 'Proof Cor? sets for 50o each. Ijow priced, hut good qualities, Ons of Coutil, straight rront and Princes? Hip, trimmed with laca and ribbon and boned with steel. The Warner people chose im ap? propriate name for one of their fifty-cent-Corsets when they? called it the JEWEL?made of tape? boned with steel and trimmed with a ribbon bow. It's one of the dain? tiest of the new models for slender figures. The SEABKIGHT is another new model of this season?made in Batiste?which is very popu lar-^-boned with steel? and trimmed with ribbon. Princess Hip,'with, hose support? ers in front. \ Social and ? * s 1 ?Personal % At the "silv...

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. — 13 March 1903

TH ^llfflffl; WBliB^:^HpI.E NUMBER, 16,188. 1UCHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, MARC11/13, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER. .VASIIINUTON, *Mnrch l_.-l'orocust: Vlrglnla nnd North Curotlna-Rnln VtU diiy nnd Biitiirday; llf.lH.lo fresh n.rlh Clt.t WllldH, ,, y.-Ucrdny wns ni7l"dwii dny, mldwiiy lie tw.cii wlntor und sprliig, Tho tcinpcra turo wiih just rlght foi' comfort. Hnln 1" pr.dlcl.d foi' to-dny dnd to-morrow. 8TAT1-. OK THI'* THI-UMOMiOTKIt. 9 A. Af.' & 1~ Al.'?.$ 8 V. Al.,.'.' ?r. 6 I\ At.' '-'? 0 V, Al.',.'?? 'rY. 11! nililiilKlit. ?__, Averago . w'? Hlgho. t' tfiinporuliiro yWterday.'fi . liowest terrip.-litiiro yostorduy. j. Mean ..mporii-uro yeHterday...'" Normal tump.-Hturo fot'.Alaroii....... ?_ D.parturo from normal temperautro. u, i'rcclpltatlon during post .1 hours.... 1 AI INIAT U1.13 A I/M A NAC. ' . Alarch 13, 1-03, f.un,rf~e~.;>;.'.6:2.i I IIIOK T11J10. ? {.un set~.?:M I-Blornng.4.A ?Muyu rlso.....'':? I l-yeiilng.l.? RICHMOND. . nri'tleorgo W....

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. — 13 March 1903

M __>v eral Btat. farrno and I. tiasten ? spoolal tralns to polnte of danger the rlve. front, iTERlAL READY TO BE RUSHED TO BREAK (By AMoclAted Prciu.l NEW OttlJ-ANS, DA., March li.~Ga.p tam BrowrtW.ll, tlnlted States engineor, Mld to-mlght tliat Uie levoea wore ln rood condltion, Guards nro on duty evorywhero, and thoro nro mon and mate? rlal on hand at convonlont polnts to m rueho* to wherevor thoro Is danger. Tho local levees bonrd ls putting up a double rv~ of e~rth-fill~d sacks all along the clty front no an extra precnutlon. but no weak epotfl hava dovolopod. Whilo tho river ta rapldly roachlng tho highest mark ever nttalned and tho weathor continues bad, everybody ls eonndcnl. The rlvor stage at 8 P. AI. was 1S.8. a rlse of ono-tonUi in Uie pnst twelve hours. SCHOOL CHILDREN RESCUED IN BOATS (Br Assoclnt.d Press.) YINCENNES. IND., March 12.-A1 though tho Wabash 111 ver ls slowly fall? lng at this placo, reports continue to come in of tho rlse of Whlto Rlvor, and wlth them ...

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. — 13 March 1903

DR. PRICE'S TRYABITA FOOD THI ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD. "I conslder Tryablta Food tbe greatest achlevomcnt of my life." ' a~oc_n. sell it. %9frd&L CLfi/ MATTERS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN AND ABOUT THE HOUSEHOLD By Marion Harland. BALTIMOIU5 willing helper sends somo usoful Itorns for the common good., Thore Is a freo - m_t_onry umong our _ hoUBo-wlves, from Ballln's Bay to tno Oulf of Mo~ieo, and from tho At? lantlc to tho Paclflc, whlch makes. them wondrous kind to ench other, Tlio ln forrnal unlon ls liko ono vi_st, harmoni ous Women'- Club, bandod togethor for tho general weal or?a llguro that Iileases mo botter-ono loving and mu tually holpful famlly. It Is wlth deop nnd devout gratltudo that I noto the growth and strengthening of thls com? inunlty of Intoreat, this feeling of kin-. Bhlp ond dlspositlon to bear ono an other's burdons. Two little blts of knowledgo whlcli liavo been Invaluable to mo 1 am glad to pass on to others: 1. A llttlo baklng soda rubbed undor tho arms a...

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. — 13 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch. Publliht- Dally and Weskly ot No. . North Tenth Strset, Richmond, Va, Entered January 2. ? ^-03, at Rich? mond, Vs., ai Beeond'CI-as Matter, under Aet of Con i grets of Maroh 3. 18.9. ,'he DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold ?t e eenti a copy. .,"?'., . . The SUNDAV TIMES-DlSPATCH Ii ?old at b cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by m-.ll 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 for ?Ix months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. -'The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln? eludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents por week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per weok. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. ' All Unslgned Communlcatlons wlll be rejected. Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not ne returned unless accompanled by stamps. . Uptown Offlce at T. A. MILLER'S, No. '619 East Broad Street, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1903. . OUR DAY OF TRIUMPH. The pnssago by tho Houso of Dolo gates of tho pure oloctions blll by a vote of 72 to C wus a triuniph tor whlto 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. — 13 March 1903

FOR PURE ?' ELECTIONS Provisions of the Blll of Sena? tor Barksdale.. A SWEEPING MEASURE \t Properly Executed Wlll Forbld Use of Money In Electlons Except for Purely Legltlmato Purposes. Advocates Happy. Senator W. P. Barksdalo, of Hallfax, nnd thoso who stand wlth hlm for puro eleotlons. woro dellghtcd last nlght over tho passago of his blll through both branchos of tho Genoral Assembly by nn slmost unanimous voto. Whlle strong efforts wero 'mado In tho Houso to amond tho blll by Insortlng tho word "eorruptly" In forbldlng tho uso of ,money, they fell to tho ground absolute? ly, and /tho blll wont/through wlth a "whoop." It wlll go to tho Governor for Ills Ex collency's slgnature, and. wlll no doubt ?Ihortly bocomo the law of tho State on the subjoct. BWEEPING IN PROVISIONS. Tho blll Is swooptng in Its provisions nnd forblds that any candidate for any offlce In tho Stato from Btate to munlc? lpal ito "oxpond, pay, provldo or loan any money or other valun.blo thlng to In? fluence vo...

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. — 13 March 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirgini a CARNIVAL i ORDINANCE Norfolk Belleves That Mayor Rlddlck Wlll Veto Measure GOOD DEAL OF OPPOSITION _j_1? The TVouble and Disorder Whlch Fol? lowed Portsmouth Carnivnl Is Clted as an Argument?-One-fourth Only to Go to a Hospital. (Speclal to Tho Tltne.-Dlsp-tcli,) NORFOLK, VA? March 12.?The gossip about tho' offlco of tho Mayor is that Uw carnlval ordlnanco wlll bo vetood. Ono man, epoaklng of tho tntcirllon of Mayor Rlddlck Uils morning, sald ho wouid bo wllllng to bot that tho Mayor wouid dlsap prove Uio blll tho mluute ho sees lt. The faot lhat the. ordlnanco poased ? both braaolies of tho Counclls so smoothly, and wlth so llttlo notlco,, makes lt llkoly that the same^rdlnanco may bo passod ovor the voto. But that ls not certaln, bocauso somo of tho members of the Counclls aro already apologlzlng that thoy voted for tho prdinanco under a mls appreho-uslon. Ono man says tlio schemo ls purely a private onterprlso, desp...

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