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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

— I 'Whon lined purely as an exorclso, and not professionally, boxing Is oxtromely beneUclal aa ono of tho higher and finest forms of physical culture It teaches tho use. of muscloa built up by slniplor exercises, such as thoso done without paraphernalia of any sort Immediately ufter rising of mornings, or before going to bed of nights. It further develops tho power of breathIng and the staying qualities. It Imparts aglllly and suppleness. It shows each rmiHclo , In Its propor working relatlonß.to its fellows. It carries the mental action, necessary to all correct exercise, sovcral stops forward, and It likewise materially advances a man's ability to defend himself should the emergency nrl.se. This always means more self-re-liance and therefore, better all-around polfto under all. circumstances. But while boxing simply as a form of physical culture— which Is another way Df Maying health— is worthy of careful attention, it would bo harmful to carry It to excess, as In the caso of man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

* IEAUTIFUL EASTERTIDE ■c Season Is One Full of Joy and Gladness MANY FRAGRANT FLOWERS Wrogrammw '\fah Eastfcr Music That ■ Have ■Been^^Prepared In the ' Churched of DifTereht' ,:The name .Easter is taken from the Ba*t>n goddess so rtvlled, whose festlvnl fell appropriately, in April, the opening month, whon ..tlie' trees unfold and nature Is clothed upon with now life. The Saxon, siirinff feast laqted olght days. ThoWlcr holiday of the present flay fnltß upon tho Sunday nftor tho first full moon succeeding the 21st ot March, and may, therefore, date aa early as the I2d of Maroh or as lato ns th<> 25 th of April, tho 12th of tho month marks Easter Sunday for 1903. A very old tradition exists that tho world was created at Eastertide. Another legend, beautiful in Its significance, Ib to the effect that the waters ot the flelugo abated and that Noah lokod forth from the' ark on God's bow of promise , during this season, when the dove returned with tho g...

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

, '■«;!' I V** / tjW^t/ Bbesealeb tomb tfelbe up fte wlntft we* \A \ \ ifvJ jjpy \ I Il\) Y^^H^CAVf of flDanWn^ tfotill anewet to Ufa own. |f 111 ■IN^ Jj^l yor eactblg love lett w * h**^* l * tbtone- || / . ■ || 1 V' p' pilfer love of U8» : a8 one might Wss a bribe, ;■■■■••/ fM II B ' - v -^ I^^^^^^ t)ia litteb lips toucbeb beatb'e, all satisflebi /\\ I I The AAessaqe of J I Easter. I I By Rev. Geo. Cooper, D. D. t TVlth evory return of tho season of Joy, the conviction ts deoDened that the resurrection of Christ must mean more to ue thhn an assurance of our porsonal Immortality. It must moan a new quality given to Itfo hero and now. Not so much a new Hfo hereafter as a new way of living now In preparation for that beyond. It has been said that Christ was the first In human history to teach tho abBolute continuity of life; that there is no break; that the water is not spilled on tho ground never to bo recovered; that the thread In tho weaver's loom Is not cut'but simply goes out of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

W*Z .*,.: UIADY'S "THE SOUTHERNERS" NOT AN ACCEPTABLE BOOK "Pictorial Composittou and Oritlial Judfeq^fttpj.Picttirca"— "Tho 'Lcg ; 'ilco"—Lord Win. NdVill's '^'onat'Sji-yiiudo 11 - "A Daughter qt the Sioinc." "The Light of Asia," ___ . BOOKS AND ATJTHOBS, ;w; w COMMENT AtfD GOSSIP. At to a Virtue That Becomes a Vice. ' Chivalry Towards Women— Spring Fiction— Philip Alexander Bruce'* History of tho U. S.-Mis» Mary Johnston— Miss Mollie Seawell — "Mr. Sprigg Ojf the Mint Bed," trHl SOUTHERNERS. By Cyrus Town»end prady. Charlos Scribner's Sons, publishers, New I'ork. JI.BO. "The Southerners" can hardly hopo for more than a perfunctory hoarlng at tho ■ ' South.' ' Tho author "moans woll," but he missos it by that inch which is as good a* a mile, Tho Yankee is' not born, It would peem, who can write acceptably of tha South for Southorn readers. Mr, j ; Brady, the son of a Union Boldier, mar- , ried a Carolinian, and ho fancies that ' this book; llko his chlldron, must bo "typloal of an ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

0 BARREL OF THE BLESSED ISLES oo^ooqoooxxxxxxxx)^^ the New Story by lrvlttgßacheiter (Copyright, x^oj, by tothrop Publishing Company,) 7Yie Clock Tinker, . A character ft« quaint, lovable, etrontf and appealing M IBtfMfifcMM* In portrayal of suoh typ«fi drawn dlntinetiy from American life Mr.'ttvfng Bachollct 1 stand* perhaps without a rival, and it **, there* fort, with pleasure that tlic Tlmeu-Dlßpatch, by special armament with Mr. Bachelor, give* to tho reading world the first gliiffM ot the Clock Tjnkor, from that genial writer* forthcoming no?el,/Darrel of the Blessed laics." Mk« Jt* famous predeeeiiors, tin mm? **&*' 'book is laid in the wonderful "north country ," or Northern X«w York an we know it-a, fitting bom* for legend and romance <M for the grim reality of the life of man struggling for a foothold »ttong the wild forces 0/ nature in the forent wilderness, THE HABVESTWO WAS *>ver in Briar Dale. Jt ft* «"»r dinner time, mi AWcxi, Troro a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

Mkßß^-MMHMM Baster Gowns From Workshops of Mantua Makers of Paris Oxford Qray Cheviot with Bias Bands ; and Black Velvet. ■j Nothing: escapes the lace foyer. From shirt waist to Mfclaborate dinner gowns lace is in evidence. A frock with,'out a. bit of lace on it somewhere, no matter how small, , Juts the stamp of "last season" all over It. Even on tailor-made gowns, an excuse is found for Itislng lace. Collars and vests aro made of odd material iwlth lace applique, or caps edged with heavy, coarse inpertlon are fitted over the sleeves. The new champaign-colored cloths bid fair to be(eome very popular, and combined with 1 the numerous patterns of heavy laces, makes a stunning costume for both HOW TO WEAR JEWELS TO PRODUCE BEST EFFECT By KATHERINE MORTON. (Copyrighted, 1903.) Jewels, if beauty would be enhanced, must be worn with regard to color. Highly colored gems— do not look well ■with any shade of rod. They are not for the maid or matron with Titlan-hued . tresses, or with hair t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

ADVICE TO PA RE NtS By Marion Harland THE dlscuslon upon condensed nillK which has appeared lately In these .columns has called forth tho following Interesting contribution from a mother, who, as will b« seen by the readers of her article, has had abundant experience. "Some time ago an article appeared In these columns, written by a Mrs. H. V., in which she replies to a previous one written by a Mrs. C. "Tho topic under discussion, and which Invites tho attention of 'other mothers, ' Ih 'Condensed milk for -nursery diet.' The remarks of both ladies are timely In their own construction, but 1 was peculiarly .Impressed with Mrs. H. V.'s narration of her experience as a young mother raising her first baby, In which she 'might excite tho envy of- other babies. who«e mothers cannot give them their undivided attention, c'en though the nursery diet might not agree with their little stomachs. Fortune does not smile on all alike; mayhap It Is best so. Tho beginning of my experience dates bac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

10 T^^»~— ' — MARCH AND BATTLE From Milford Station to the Gettysburg Field. ALEXANDER'S BATTALION Incidents and Adventures In a Momor able Campaign— Soldier Life In tho Army of Northern Vlrglnl«. Tho following piece of unwritten history from the i>on of Captain Frederick. M. Colston, lieutenant, and afterwards capt'aln, in Alexander's Battalion of Artillery, waa road at tho Parker Battery Reunion horo last woek. Captain Colston Is a resident of BoJtlmoro and Is a member of tho firm of Wilson, Colston & Co., bankers, there, Hla recollections of tho Gettysburg campaign Will be of particular interest to tho aurvivors ot Parker b Battery, which waa one of the aU com- . posing Alexander's battalion, and to Longstreofa . corps generally. We quote: After tho battle of Chatioollorsville our DirftaJlon. was -moved down to Mllford, Caroline county, to refit. Wo were in fine .spirits, for we biul token an active part in this great victory and the losses In ■ our battali...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

OOrX)OO(XXJOObtXXXXXXX)OO^^ s c • I rlCf « s • n STORY TELLING MACHINE | ' Drusilla Sneer ingly Tells the Story of Miss, Liza and the King Who Made Shoes, vn. Thero was a pause, and then Waily iNVandoroon askod the children aboul what they tlu-ught ot the story, Thoy wcra notj til enthusiastic about it as tho droll little' man could doslre. Drusilla wm o«pecl»l' ly cool, and Bho was tho only one who tti* piled to tho Question. "It's a Ule/' me ■aid, with something llko a sneer. "Huh l" exclaimed Drusilla, "yoti sholy don't speck tno ter toll no good story In i fllah yor placo whar de hllla run» bofe backorda an' forrods.'an' whar you natter orawl sideways for ter koep fum fallin down hill whlcevor way you turn." ]>rusill»'s doslre was to toll no story at all, but sfio finally told one whloh.for many years had boon popular with negro girls between the ago of twelve and twen* ty. It may be callod MISS UZA AND T}IB KING, "I tell you all right now," Bold OruBlila, "I dunner n...

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

ALPHONSE AND G ASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS. HER LOVE ! HER KNIGHT ! HER HERO ! A Story of Thrilling Adventures and Never-Failing Politeness. In Three Chapters. Chapter I . om«*cim » w^ — ~ g~, •»«*. m»» *~r,a CnpyrUht, I*ol, by W. It Hunt Ur*U BtlUfn HlghU lUWfrM. . (TO BE CONTINUED NEXT SUNDAY.)

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

EDITORIAL SECTION Ttiti I DISPATCH. P'OtiNDKD Ittfi. WITH BUYERS ON TOBACCO BREAKS §les Were Light During | the Past Week. WERE AFFECTED PY THE WEATHER i i ... .-..■. Only One Afternoon of Sales In Danville. FARMERS, PREPARING FOR ANOTHER CfcOP plant Beds Have Been Made and AH I* Now Ready for the Year's Work to Go Actively Forward— Encourag- %^ Reports In Regard to the 'Condition of Farmers of r ! Southslde Virginia. (BjxeUl to" Th» Tlin«»-Dl»piitch.) DAKVTL.I/B, VA., April 4.-owlng to rood weather the sales on the Iqpal to♦acco market tittle been rather light ihte week,' end. the oharacter of tobacco iffered has been nondescript. Only one day ruesday, did the sales last until the afternoon, and this; was caused by the receipt of a considerable quantity of hogshead tobacco received by freight. Only one or two good lots of tobacco have. ■ ehown up here. this week which were ? tak-en '. quickly :, at , advanced prices. UTie weather opening up has gWen -the farmers a chatico to' do th...

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

'■ t!M to l*«u« tionds of th« several knsßls- ;■ terliil dlstflciU. on Ha'seflond ro«di«s, si'ttti* R BtjacHM order for 13:16 was re* .!-■■ UuMMlUed to tho Committee on Coiitiltes, •s ', ' CUlei and Towns, lo nuiko certain 'fchfthKef and Incorporate certain amondtneAW thkt tvllt clear the bill from prefl' •nt daiiffers and objentlons, to It. 'Ino bbject of the bill la to enable communl- : ' lies to iftlso monoy for tho purpose of . tnaklntr permanent Improvements to the ■ »ut)lle roads and will certainly pass. AMr reading ths bills on lh« calcnflftr, « which wora on their first and second v .' MAdlntri, the body ndjouniod until noon Tho House. | fTho Hous» was called to order by Bpenker Ryan and there was no prayer, •I'he Chnir announced the appolntmont of ,the following members on tho part of the Uoma on tiho Commlttoe on Final Rovislon mid Adjustment of tho work of the Gono- | ral Assembly: Messrs. Davis, of Potorssm litirj;; Catun, of Alexandria! and Bonz, of Albemnrlo. A message...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

Grand Easter Sale and Display m \, THAI HIMFR'S *« ™R To-Morrow ** 1 llALllll ? lLIV J * Till Easter " UIIIJIPIRir 1 TUB PUANCFQ" La y |n g aside winter's somber garbfyou are searching ElflNQimU intC UnAnuca . for .« somelhjng new » ,n, n which to identify yourself with the coming joyous season, that you may turn responsively to add the fragrance of YOUR Well gowned women/ look instinctively-to US for those "desirable things" that compose the faultless dressy "MY GOWN "-is the production of famous artists;, every line of correctness I* there; it fits the form, revealing the grace of fashion in every movement, Stunning styles Jn elegant WRAPS, dainty NECKWEAR, handsome PARASOLS, imported LACES, TRIM- y MINGS, HANDKERCHIEFS, and. RIBBONS. Such a brilliant display flash and sparkle BUYI with irresistible attractiveness. v ' ENJOY I Remarkable Showing Easter Suits. For conspicuous style beauty these new creations shown In our Suit Section nre Incomparable. There Isa rich eleyance about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

Thft Times-Disnatch lihti billy and We«kly at No. 4 •ih Tenth Street, Rich m And, Va. intend January 27, 1963, at Rich* m«nd, Va., aa Seeond-Clwl Mtttec, under Act of Congrtta of Maroh 9. 1879. th« DAILY TIMES'DISPATOH U *0^ •t * cents « 6opy, '.Jmu ■» The SUNDAY TIMES'bISPATCH Is ■ . sold at S cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by moll— 60 ent« a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for •Ik months,, H.BO for three months. BUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, Tha* DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 15 oents per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, B cents per .week. „,__._,.., The WEEKLY TIMES'DISPATCH, AM y Unaloned Communications will be " Rejected 'communication's will not be returned unless accompanied by.ftaniP* Uptown Office nt T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAT, APRIL E, 1803. CORPORATIONS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. That tho Interest continues unabated In ilouse bill No, 102 Is apparent from tho fact that the committee that has tho reconsideration of this bill...

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

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the, Business (lan Too Busy to Know. American Affairs. pRITaMAIRD ON THE BENCH. Bx-flenator J. C. Prltchard, of North Carolina, tho loador of tho "Lily White" , movement In. that Btato, has been appointed to succeod Jimtlco Clabaugh, of the District of Columbia Supremo Court, ■who Is to bocome chief Justice at tha rotlremont of Chief Justice Bingham April £0. Mr. Prllchttrd will retlro altogether from politics, WASHINGTON ASKS JUSTICE. \ Booker T. Washington mado an appeal tor Justice for tho negro before tho Twon- ' tleth Contury Club at Boston March 28, ! 'and oskod that his race bo Judged by lt« ' best men, ana not by Its worst, Ho y Bald tho negro raco was tho only raco which ho far had been ablo to look tho wtiito man In tho face, to live by his flldo, to Increase In numbers, and whloh rofused to die, In discussing the raco •' question In tho Philippines he said the ' most Important thing to him sce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

HE GREAT CONFEDERATE BAZAAR ; WILL OPEN ON APRIL FIFTEENTH r /•?: — , Tb© a Brilliant Scene at the Masonic Temple i PREPARING RAPIDLY I f ; ; Juwr Will Be Open Daily from II ftA. to II P. M.— A Splendid p H>Reßtnurant and Attractions %' I ' for Everyone. ■ , Confederate Bazaar will open In sond April 15th and continue to May '. will be held for the bonont of tho : (Wrote Musoum and the cdmpletlon tifo Jefferson Davis rnonutnent. Tho | Ml Daughters of tho Confederacy, V°<3 b y tllG Confederate Southern Mo- ?: 1 Associations, are working together ■,; ye bazaar cause. The Jefferson Davis y.' : ( ainont Association has a director In • % 'i7Btato and the Confedorato Museum X:tgent, who represent tho rooifi owned )ach Stato In tho Southern Conled;V, and will be represented by a table I] . ,ng Its name, shield and colors. „ THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTED. ' ?e Executlvq Committee of the Bazaar ■ \ elation. Includes. Mrs. Joseph Bryan, • , videnti Mrs. Stephon Putney, associa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

(Continued From Blxth Page.) All of tho yotitife neoplo In the city nlfondy have tholr ntlontlon turned to this Way day antiounfcoinotit, which ' holds Jirospccllvoly «0 tiitich .|)lott«uro hf Its •fuinilmotit. Atr, ftntl Mrs. lllnlr are ntnon(» tds liioHl j)oi>uljif young married aocloty folk' In tllchmbiifl, and anything which thoy Undortako Is suro to bo^ettdlly ondorsed by Tllchmond'fl flnnolinr atid'nooloty ctaniont(''fho succcsr of such an cnLcrttilnmont Is already abuminnlly nssurod. Tho foot that the inutile Will bo, tho f.nest, . tho glrln tho prcttlost, nnd the fltfuroH tho most original over ovolved, Is qullo ,a sultlclcnt closing ondorsntlon or nerles of cndoraatlonH even for tho May Any gorman. The Dime Museum. This Is tho dny for orlglnni dopartureß nlorig tho linns nf Raster ontortalnmcnts, Pnrlia'p's ono of tho most unique yol arranged * for la that to bo. given April CLASS OF 1903, WOMAN'S COLLEGE. SOth for the benefit of tho Missouri tablo at the Confede...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

• ■ '. ' ' Reformers IKjlpn. Period , In Norfolk a fe? Season of Opportunity. fPthe HARVEST IN JUNE ",;> l' pjater Earnest Work Upon SeemU>'_ i'j Hopeless Cases Will Continue H I th the Oddi Largely In Favor P' ! r * of the Summer Girl. ' - °fip««l»l U Ttt Tlm«»-DI»p»teh.) :- \ ,IFOIJC VA., April 4.— L«nt has not 1 J wi tlroome to the belles and the beaux ' , V 'arfolk. The boaux have Bayed more i, „{<^<a»«lr itrengUi while Uie sooUl world ,ii^H^J°ySn at rest. ' They have found sleep '?;'.>■ \. fa earlier hour, and they have 011jM^|s'e»!'inor« of lv refreshing find restoring |^Ef||Jeiio«B, while they have not lost any 'MVthOM ohaaoee with their Bweolheaxta i;^:ed»the eeclUßlon of Lent might Imply. M\ It J those demure and pious girU, and 4 'J , tome casea thosa oharmlhg widows, 0 'have been found at the dlmly-U«hted . j jjin«oheg In the afternoon. ."iifl/Bt*H« they were careful not to break ■V i.bf the pleasant rules of Lent, th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

A EXCURSIONS I HAVE BEGUN Moonlights on the Rappohan^ nocK Will Be Frequent FREDERICKSBURO SOCIETY ■Week Has Boon Quiet, but Everyone Is Looking Forward to the Post Lenten Season When dayetles Will Begin Afresh. (Special to Tim Tliricn-Wnitttch.) FRIsqEJRICKSBORG, 'VA.', April 4.— i'ho week has been a. very quiet Orio here ■ccldliy, and will probably . continue so tintll after Easter, to which porlod eVery ono is looking forward to with pleasure. Tho first excursion of the season was given hero by tho steamer Tourist ono evening thlß Week, and It carried more than one hundred people on a pleasant , llttlo trip down tho Rappahannock to tho Hop Yard dnd return. It Is probable that a number of these ploosant excursions will be tflvon on tho. Rappuhannook during the coming spring and summer, and especially on moonlight nights, as there aro now two local fiver Bte.amersono belonglngto tho People's Steamboat Company and the other to the. Wcema ,Llne-which ply between this point and Urbann...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

Bilrr 111 }r )ICK BYRD rSjp&n Year Old Virginian fe|ls Circling the Globe. (i If- THE PHILIPPINES ijfg Descendant of William Byrd ■j|it over Is a Deputy Sheriff In IsMI s 'M Philippines at the Age »«l ' °^ Fourteen. ; ;«|IESTER, VA., April 4.— Richard |; {..JByrd, Jr., is perhaps tho young* HKmrTin tlio world who will have cjjjhe globe when he returns to this lilly^t' summer. "Dick," as ho is nfHwrel'y known to lilk many youthful from Winchester August i ! ,'i?.'on his trip around tho world. He I'HtAlrt'een years of nge when ho ■|&;and-'ls a boy of unusunl intelllH^ffiknd is blessed with a temporamout ' |X^ old of fcal<l Jjs»m3>W Ms mother good byo at Washy ! ■anfl started on his long trip across \ ■.witlnent, stopping in Chicago at ■ \ Vjifmer House for sovernl days.' A.ffikmsjr*lrif: at the sights of that- great ■.; .-"■■iiJßtMter "Dick," enjoyed n sail >.m ' Crtichlgan. ■Ho did not stop again' '.\q reached San Francisco, wh...

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