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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 March 1903

Two Hospitals Said Diabetes. Brljjhf. DlseaM and Dl«b#t«» Ar» Positively Cura^l*. k Pwf le cither eared or reeoTsrlnf Im tfee ■Vof <lU«M«t tre Id ertry w«rd In title «\\f. O O. MsttmwtoD, proprietor of tbeOlUtoa M«l. Ml Pdwbll (treat, It one ot thtm, •■« 10l fowtil St., «tn FrtatlM*, Hot, It, IWI. M«ro rmU I isfttrH frtMlf from KibtMt. ■[ kid to «o to ont of Ih* kotpflati, golig M ■<> eltf* »«rr tM« TbfM •kfttoliu thtr* Itir MM U dt*b*l*L *B4 p*t OM ■»<]« itrtet diet. OttMbf ao Ntttf, t went ittadlir wont aad watt to laoibar Bitr hotplttl. Tfat phriielaai thara aiw Band •toted that tbtr eonld proloat mf B[ooal4'n«T«r t>« w«ll. I Itfttkabo*oompliMir brokta down, tba btlDi 11 p«r wtl It «m tt B*rd of tbs Falton ConpAond and and third WHti I btf ta to and found tbat.tba awfal wltb for orer two rtan bad B»* enilrelr dlfftrtal ptrtoa, ptrmaaaasf. I bara Wt«r til gitllii fiTsnbla friind and aaotker li a Rrlf bt'a DIMtM aad It Ilka pab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 March 1903

ADVANCED Ran Up to Eight Per Cent. • Late in the Day. STOCK PRICES DECLINED fsi«'. ';.'•'" - ..",-; — - . , ; Fall Was Not Acute and There Was a If. General Recovery by Mid-Day, but |f Demand Became Stagnant at the Higher Level. '.y . . (By Associated Pre«.) " ,_ ,!; : NE3W YORK. March M-*W™ <£.&?% p^ors^ l^v?l^^SlS '/cr\ throw over stocks again all througn A Ing no encouragement for tno Diaamg up ;.°; .° Tho ot ilbor controversy with, tho , struct"■'■'rtfnail to nrodutfo the late break to 'lowest -poFnf ? of the day. The covering r by rodnV shorts lifted prices a fi ruction. TbuV the closing was lrrogu m ■again and ' firtlve The loss by tho banks to tno b - : " Sub-Treasury on Sdturday on nearly a A Slllin dollars, and the .credit balance at- ■ thn cloarlnK-hous"e of that Institution oi ■'■fiome Sis Vortvcd the apprehension • ove^ "the T condition 'of banking reserves VThe hows that, the u W foi "c«™vinm f nr nnvmnnt ~ of tha appropnatlortTreUeVe^lXssJn the P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 March 1903

-Mil :r": r "' v SIX PRICES II CARTOON CONTEST f NINTH WEEk. SEQQNP i*RIZE BtNOWS ■mlly Of KfABLB .■keeping. HLKi« V. _______ H NECKK«jMTorj_, JljALir",' HffN~BT WTr r > wltn ■p., c*r» ■«J_ . ■"fBSIREfI ■ 'is or by ■./omatlos, ■ OMPAN- ■ « billing ■ r month* ■ , «s O. T. Addreu. Ki__™_2__ ■T~WORKi ■A. WILHuth Street Bib WORK, ■ate at flg- ■__!*______ R~mlsn~to -houses," Directory __|er 8: o'clock ■orth Ninth ■ho thorbuslncsx; ■lary expoctBlfton Forge,: Bi^iLßDG_Bplr DELA■fKO COM- ■ DRILLERi wages. ■jLLE CO., Hlass tin- ■ leal furnace ■ty out work ■rid i grood sal__|ut flrst-clttsa . ■BE A. IX)■■pbla, 3. C. ■Jachinery ■$rk; highest ■Smingham ■j lp.. Box 440, ■ri tnd Iron Bteady work ; Bf wages Hoes asso'i _^_I___________ RE■ton with largo a change; 8 ■ range of office if urnlshed and Adfthla office. RJr desires coyplng, guaranteed; 'Is: employed ■if desired. Ad_E__E_____l__ ■j*_T3cOUNTY ■ patented combs. ■ dandruff, cure ■>dache and scalp ■ Everybody uses Men an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 March 1903

BWwHM^Rhoad» : _J^M|ller¥Rhoads. R2 l-2^orded Madras ; ; and Percales 10c Yard. : -;.\: . Teu*lifind ; tii6ni in Uio basenieul. " , . ' '/. The prettiest, freshest goods of the season in Pollca^ote anc | prottystripings-no short lengths-all in the; Ml piece and all of F 'them entirely new. <• • Same quality of goods that ' yo«'ve ; paid 12 l*2c for many a time, ' ' not only here, but everywhere, as the Fabrics are actually worth it, but ;v; v when we get bargains in the wholesale market we give you tho benefit i(l v /U retail. - ' ; : — — — — — New Jardinieres at About Half the Regular Prices. i Fine, Loo WelPoo Wnro-ft domostlo pottery— but It looks llko tho , imported Rookwootlwn.ro. . . Tlirce dozen 10-lnoh Jordlnioros, decorated In.jindorglazcd raised ngaros. |n..'- : .'.' Buying these 36 articles in connection with some other pottery brought the Jardinieres to us at about half ; price,, and we can offer I' ; y&Qtn at $liOO each,' when their value is reall...

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

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

"■ THE) TIMIfIS, FOUNhHD 1886. TUB i BISPATCH, IfOUNDKD I*so. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THEWEAJHER. t^AflttlNOTON, April I.— Forecast tor STiuniday and Friday! • Virginia— Partly cloudy Thursday and Frldayj fresh Houth winds. North Carolina— Fair Thursday and Friday; fresh southwest to wostf winds, ! The mercury ascended considerably yea* terdny. wiping out the lost tractea of tho ' obol spoil. To-day, according "to' the fore'coflt, It will bo Bpmewhat cloudy with ■ temperature; practically unchanged. 'BTATI3 OV TIII3 TIIKIIMOMETBn. .', I A. M. BO 12 M .......' ••• TO • P. M • M IP, M. 73 I P. M •• 00 Uvroldi)lßhtU v roldi)lßht »•• W_ — Average O sl^ Highest temporature yesterday........ 74 Lowest tprnperaturo yesterday........ 48 Moan tomporature yoistorday... 01 Normal temporaturo for Apri1......... 66 Boparturo from normal tomperaturo.. 00 Precipitation during past 24 * hours.. ... 00 « MINIATURE) ALMANAC. April 2, 1903. Bun rises C:S6 | HIOH TIDE. Bun 50t5..... 0:32 | M0rning... ......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

m Itr* rn<y«tr.« than In any v**t •»no« •nUbllshtnent of the Koverowont. Mil, GOODM ■BETTKn. 6tt. John ttooda, tflio ha* bean ill for is tlrntt. *ft« ftt hid offloe iieveriU rs to-day, titktn« <1«poslUon«. 1 m« 1 tdklng A walk In the sun n*ar th« it* ItoUM ibout tiooti. Ha lias not <*t\ In bettor health In y«ai% nttd )i« «oW to ratnAlh w«ll If Umi 'W6aUißr rf J. B. T. Thornton, of Manasstti, 1 liers yosterday. A «oiitl«tnan fJJ" 1 ' 1 ' 11 ' h conditions in tli» MlKhth bistrlot nirkad rooehtiy to the writer that Thornton wafi thfi flhty man In the riot Who hnd any show to beat Mr. ey tor Congress. Mr. Thornton has no nUon of becoming ft candidate, 16 ladlos of Hidhmond who have been 1 of having^ rummaes saloa for tho pose 0! ralslng>monoy for ohurph pur5S will be InteWsted to know that, the Hot oommlsslotiera hn.vs decided that ifder to liavs such sales a license tax 40 must be paid. For some tlmo these s have been donduoted without o1o 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

PROMOTION Of MR. MOORE leto Chief Engineer of Manchester WaterWorKs. - CHILDERS SUCCEEDS HIM Entertainment for Benefit of Daughters of Liberty — Street Improvements, Death of Mr. Wood— Miss Brown Returns— Personal Notes. Manchester Xj;:.'oau Tlmes-Dlspatch, 1 N0, '1102 Hull Stroot. J . 'Mr, Mlko J. Mooro, of tho pump houso, In 'Manchester, hoa boon promoted to the position of chief onglnoor, mado vacant, by tho rocont resignation of Mr, Phil. Browdor, . , ' Mr. John Chlldors, formerly connected with the dopartmont, has boon ohoson to fill tho placo 'vacatod by Mr, Mooro. "A NOBLE OUTCAST." Mr. Tom Charles has . mado arrangements with Mrs. Annlo !». Pugh, rocordIns secretary of Select Counoll, No. 26, Daughters of Liberty, to present with "Tho IdoaJ Merrymakers " Mr. John A. Fraaer'tf beautiful melodrama entitled, "A Noble Outcast," 'for tho benefit of tho Daughtors of Liberty, at. Leader Hall, - April 17th. Tho company Vvill bo composed of all ; the old favorites, who havo beon no b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch Publish** Dnily And Weakly at No. 4 North TentH tUreet, Richmond, V«. ' tnttrwJ January it, 1903, at F»leh« \ mend, Van '« Secorid'Clats Matter, under Act of Con* flren Of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH U told •t 8 e«ntt a copy/ • Tha SUNDAY- TIM6B.DISPATOH la , Mid at 6 oenti a copy. DAILY TIMBi'DisPATCH by mall— BO centi ■ montnV 18.56 a year, 12.80 for •Ik month*, $1.60 for threa months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, The DAILY TIV6S-DI9PATOH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 1B cenu per "'Vhe SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, B cents per week. ..„.__». Tha Weekly times-dispatch, All /unsigned' c6mrr.unlontlon« will be Rejected Cornmunioatloni will not be returned unle»i accompanied by atamps. : "Uptown OfTloe «t Ti.A. Mit-LER'Si No. 519 East Broad Street. i THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1003. THE JAMESTOWN APPROPRIATION. We have urged the mombors of tho General Assembly to be oaroful In making appropriations, for tho revenues of State are somewhat uncertain, and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

ft TEEN AND TWENTY-ONE Youthful Couple Wed In Henrlco Count?* FATHER GIVES CONSENT Residents of Seven Plnos Want Police Protection' in Liquor Licenses to Be Granted This Month. ', A (lrl of flftMn y*uw «uid a youtig m»Ji of twaoty-ona war* murlod In Uejnrloo oounty ywttanUy afternoon. r Th* oontraotliiK portlea were Mr. Knimott I* Purcell and MiM Lola B. ChUj dress. Tho young man, who In Junt of ' ago, Is a tnaohauio, v tid Is «jrnployod at ■ tha Kltfhmoad Laooniotlvo Work*. Mlsa ' Chlldroasj la but fifteen. Sh« \u tho youngest dauchter of W. N. and) Mnxthu IT. ChUdresu. The marrlass lloena* was U- . sued yeaterday mornlhk la tho olerk'a of,<ilco of tho Henrloo County. Court. Mr. Chlldress) appeared in peinon and gave his coiineut to the marriage of uJb youtliful dauglitor, ■' The oeretnony woa acboduled to take place at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Jiardln's shop, In tlta oounty. The Il»v. J. O, Dabcock, of. tho I^aircaouiit Motliodiat Church, ofllclatod. Tho residen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

CHANGES AT NAVY-YARD Admiral Harrington Succeeds Admiral Cotton In Command no More diphtheria ihe Seven Marines Who Have.Des velbped the Disease Are In Satisfactory Condition -* Others Are Still In Quarantine. - (Spcclnl to Th* Ttme«-Dl»pntch.) > NORFOLK, VA., April 1.-Rear Admiral Charlos S. Cotton, who has been as■lined to command thft European squadron, wm relle-ced as commandant of tlw Norfolk navy-yard to-day at noon by /tt«»r-Admiral P. F. Harrington, lato captain of tho New York yard. The marine battalion and band paraded and the flags of both offloor* were saluted. RoarAdmiral Cotton came- hero July 10, 1900. (This was his second tour of duty herefcbouta, for years before, when n captain, • he was In command of Fort Norfolk, tho old naval depot. Admiral Harrington comes from tho New York navy-yard, ■ of which be has "been captain. He served at sea during tho Spanish war, has been In the -navy forty-two years, In all of ■which tlme» he has been unemployed but three...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

iiEOLOCISTS ARE AT WORK Valuable Invostloatlons Are Planned by Mr. Holrn6s. SCHOOL MONEY DIVIDED Receipts of tha RalelghtPoitofnce Show • Big Increase— Opinions Handed Down by tho Bupreme Court. Company Chartered. (flpoeUt to Th« Tlmna-Dlspateti.) . ItAljHliaH, N. 0,, April I.— Stale Geologist Holmes gave out to-day tho utnto* mont that n. 15, Cokor, for tho Btnto deo-' logical Survoy nnd the United States Fish ConimlsHlon, began to-day tha further examination of Iho oyster Ijg<lb In Covo 'and i?atnlloß\ Boundrt, Professor Ooorgo p', Merrill, of Iho United States National Musoum, nnd Mr, Lovoy, of tho Stato Burvuy, will on May l^t begin an examlnntlon of tho buddings and oniamontal Rtono deposltu In North Carolina. W, 11. Weed, of tho United Statoß, doologloal Burvoy, and Mr, Wuleon, of llio Stato Biirvo/i will Boon make an examination of tho copper dopoHltd In the State. It lit imoortnlned that In tho nevenlyfour counties that received aid from tha •jocoml 1100,000 lo ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

. FOLLOWS UP HIS BILL BarKsdate Wants Railroads Out of Politics. FORFEIT THEIR CHARTERS Resolution to This Effect Offered In the Senate— House Passes Angell Demurrage Bill— Hospital Measure Adopted by the Senate The Senate session yesterday was brief, but It was full of publlo Interest. Senator Barkidaie offerod a resolution, /•which was referred, and which waa deelgned to follow up his pure eleotlon bill already passed, requiring ths absolute forfeiture of the charter of any corporation doing business In the Gts-te which shall ooatrlbute In any way to the nomination, or eleotlon of any officer, whether in primary or convention or at r general oloction. The resolution 1b Regarded as sweeping In its provisions, , Hid is believed to be aimed against railways and other corporations heretofore >ald to have taken aotlve part in tho •leotlon of: men to offlco, The remainder pf the session was devoted to perfecting the bill to amend tho law In relation to the management of etato...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

HEAVY WEEK NOW AHEAD /Legislature Crowded With Important Work. Senate to Have Up Corporations and House to Fight Over Goneral Tax. Many Other Matters of Sweeping Moment to the People. Tho coming week Is going to bo- one full of public Interest at tho Capitol and ' both branches of tho Legislature will bo crowded with Important work. The Sonato ' will bo ongaged wlt'i a largo number of ' important measut'oa of publlo moment and tho sunie Is true of tho House In tho uppor branch tho two bills putting into oporatlon tho now Corporation Commission will bo tho most Interesting up and they will'' require 1 a great deal of tlmo and many strong speeches will bo mndo for and against them and on tho various Dmondmonts which will likely be offered. Tho Courw of Justice Commltteo of tho Scmato will llkoly ilnlsh Its report on the noction« of tho Coilo and Constitution asslgnod thorn by tho iiitflj ■ dlo of the we«k and In tho meantime: a groat flow of bills will bo offered and roported from tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

tw MARKETWAS SLUGGISH Money Rate Acted as Deterrent Influence In Trading. MARKET PROFESSIONAL Ihere Was Some Renewed Heavy SellIng of Pennsylvania and Liquidation jn Wabash-Rally In Colorado Fuel— Close Was Dull. PCBy Aasoelatcd Proti.) NEW YORK, April I.— The stock market dropped back into an apathetic conflltlon to-day and moved in an extremely plugglsh and halting manner throughout the day. The money rate to-day was eVl- '.' dontly deterrent lnlluenco on spooulatlon. , r rhe whole market was strictly professional. Thie day's developments wore not Important and seemed of little Influence The sub-Treasury statement, aB exneoted, showod that tho payment of yoßlorday's draft for relief purposes in the Philippines resulted in malting good to tho money markot tho sub-Treasury drain Bince Friday. Thoro is still confldonco that the movements of money In the immediate future will be to tho advantage of New York In the way of release of, funds accumulated for dividends and in- ■ orest A se...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 April 1903

. i • i j i I nitv MINIMUM t» 9t & ' WORD. CaihlnAdyanoa VrW *> ml / ;. MlilP WAWTBD-riMALt, WaNTHD, YOUNO WOMAN TO COOK. Apply I 2o * Qrova AVsnuo, WANTED, A BBTTLRD WMtTM WOMAN for cooking and houso cleaning, without lncumberance; good wagos, Ad* dress, by totter, L., oare this office, Wanted! a" nmFtNtfD young ' (white) WOMAN, not under Sfi, as nursa for Infant; roforont/cH required. AddresM Mrs. WM. BLOANE, South Nor' folk, Va. ■ ■ _. til PIDR TttOUSAND, COPYINO LETter» at homo; either »ox, Send two •tamps for particulars, BOACKNEY A CO,, BOOT Ilalatfld Stroet, Ohloaeo. WANTED, IjADIEH VO MAKE NBOKWear from gamplo; exporlence not necos■aryl steady work; good pay. Send selfaddrcsKod fltamned envelope, IDEAL MFa. CO., COB West 133 d St,,. Now Yorlc.^ "^siTUATIONarvVANTBD—FgMALE. / Wantisd, at ONCn,' pObition by . an exporlonced lady stenogrnphor, with good roferonces. Address Miss J., care pis office, ':. .';.'■ WANTED, BY A COLORED WOMAN, •Itufttlon na cook...

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

Miller 6 Rhoads, Easter Waists, Skirts And Gown Materials ARE READY FOR YOU, Beautiful Silk Waists from $2,98 to $ 1 7.60. It's & wklo rango of prices, but there's exceptional value in every one. Take dio lowest priced-$2.98-for oxample. There's five differ., X : cnt stylos at this figure— two China, two Taffeta and one Peau de Soio^ At $3,98 there's ten styles, and at $5.00 wo havo twelve styles of ; well tailored Waists. From that up to $ 1 7.50 it's a question of elnborntoness of make and finish. The Bresß Skirts rango from J3.9S to $«, and from this wldo range there's 7 mio or two that are fairly representative |O f all (as far as value for the price l9 An°An^vS -light <W Homespun at $5.00. It's perfectly tailored and will W 3Kottar°r. lSP a Black^^mln^fona. Coolness and comfort E o .lon, with an Etamlne Skirt. Wool Press Goods. It's not at all advisable to defer purchasing Wool/Dress Goods if you hope for your new gown inside tho noxt lavo months. Our ass...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

% SEASON WILL BEBRILUANT PrelimlnaryCanter for Society Stakes Is However Small. SOME ROYAI, DEBUTANTES Bachelor Princes Expected to Frequent London Qrawing Rooms In Perfect . Droes-riviany Royal Balls Aro to be Given. By PAUL. LAMBERT. XSpeclal Cable to Tha Tlmos-Dlopatch, Copyrlohtod, 1003.) .LONDON, .April 4.-Tho Lenten Beason Is now drawing to a cloao. ' This "preliminary cantor" for tho Socloty Stakes Is always small, qulot und subdued, nnd only tho presence of tho Court at Buckingham I'alnce keeps It 6 Vwv few pcoplo-that Is, society peoplcaro Vt-iylnjr inj town, tho groat majority merely comt-g up for tho Friday night S3 and ru'hhVß back to tho country V^rho'Vent body of society pooplo is U LSoen tho shires . ***»»"«"» Riviera, and this state of thlngaWlllprevall until tho season propor opens, in tho ': The^t doefu is certain to bo one of the most brilliant of recent years. It Is known that tho King and Queen aro wishful to givo tho four young Princesses who aro to mako thoir ...

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