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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

WERE SWORN TO SECRECY Then Senator Spooner Made Legal Argument. , COMPUMENTED MORGAN But Took Sharp Issue Wlth Hlm In Re? gard lo Rlght of Panama Oompany toQrantGood Tltle to the , Canal Proporty. (By Aeeoclntoil Prons.) WASHINGTON, March 14.?Wlthout tho* transactlon of uny bualnoss In opon bos slon, tho Senato to-day wont Into exocu tlvo scsBlon. ProvlouB to the olosing of tho doors tho offlolal Btenogruphcrs and all tno employos of tho offlolal ro porlor's offlco woro sworn to sooecy, nnd when tho doors wero closod ono of tho repurtors was Invlted Into Iho chambor to mako a dotalled report of the pro? ceedlngs, wlth the undcrBtanding that lt ahould bo publlshed after tho voto on Tuesday noxt. When the doors wero closed Senator Spooner began hls speech on tho Panama Canal troaty lu reply to Sonator Mor? gan. Departing aomewhat from hla usuul dlrectncBS, Mr. Spooner Introduced hls remarks wlth a surles of complltnentary alluslons to Senator .Morgan. Much of hls speech was legal In I...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

0*000000009************'"'% ? A BRIBF HISTORY ? ? of the Eighth - Street Playhouse. ? 5 _ * ? By BRUCE CHESTERMAN, * ^00P0000ff0000PePfitftf*if*tftft'tt One of tho most Interestlng chapters in tho history ot the stage ln thls clty ls at ln relatlon to the fall and rlse of tho?Elghth-Streot Theatre, onco Baitotts b&a Houso, and now the B Jou. c member tho old house very well early days, and always wcleomed Satur dav not only as a day whlch freod me from school/but as one whlch brought wlth lt a matlneo porformance at this opera house. whero for the small sun.i of (t-.n cents ono could slt ln the balcony and witness tho klnd of plays that pleaso Wie mnsses. and espcclally dellght the neart 3 I boy. "Jack Shepherd," "Savcd from ?he Storm," "After Dark," "A Checkored Llfe." "Honcst Hearts and Wliunt Hands," and dramns of that typo were then the ofterlngs at that playhouse. Iho house belonged to that class known as a "famlly theatre," and "popular prlces nrevalled. Tho house was Ut b...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

AOCytOW 8AtB9-M0MDAY, By The Valentlne Anotl?n Co., 612 East Btond Streot. AuOTIOK BAVtt' OP tiAm. organ, furniturb, drug obts, new ruos, pictttres, mirrors, carpbtb, hkatino , stoves, cookino btovb8, and ranges. ,A to-morrow morning, march 16th,' beglnnlng at 10:M orctock, we wlll MI. at our aiictlbti ware-roomsv No, 612 East Brortd Street, for partles decllhlng housekeeplng and teavlng tho clty. ono Squaro Plano, Bbony case. Carved l>ps. Tl-8 0otave, 1n good cbndltfdn: 1 Parlor SnUth-Amerlcan Organ, H stpps! Hand? some Mlrror-door Oak wnrdrobj;, Oak Choval Chamber Sult, Walnut Chambor Bults, Handsome PlllowJ,og Oak Bxten Bloif Table, Fine Onk BldeTboards, llhrh baok Cane-Boal Chafrfl, Handgome Bllk Brocatelle 3-nlece Parlor Bult, Masslvo Walnut Chamber Sult and Wardrobe, Handsome Druggels, Art Btiuare*, Wllton tuid Bmyrna Rugs, MI newi Brass Bod, Parlor Mantot MUror;. Pleturej, several good Carnots, 3 good Cooklng Btoves and Hftngeg. Hentlng' Stoves, eto. ?_ The isdles especlal...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

QENT A ' CHARQE 26 Cents, Cashlnldvance THE WONDER ITADS. RESULTS. MINiMUM CHARQE 25 Cents, CflshlnAdvanoa ONE CENT A WORD. HELP WArTTED?PEMALE. IVANTKD, A GOOD COOK. APPLY 607 ,N. Tenth,_ WANTED, AN KXPERlgNCMD JIAND on dresses, Apply to MRS. CONDREi, 4io North Twcnty-flfth Street._ WA'isfi'ED^YOUNO LADV,< COPY LET t6i? at homo; $8 weekly; ^rmanenl. Address oncloslnp stamp. WES-IERW TRAUING CO., Clnclnnatl, O._ LADIES -EVERYWHERE. COPY LET tera. home evehlngs. nnd return to US wo nny $20 tlioiisiiiitl. cash; new plan, ? full prtrtlculars. guarantle co? Dopti-S, 3(i7. PhllndelphlB.Pa._ WANTED, HOUSEMAIDI'Gpqu XVA5ES to eompotent porson. wlth clty refei onces. incxperleiiced persons need not apply. 815 West Frnnklln Street, $25 PER 1.000. COPYING LETTERS AND rcturnlng to us; paper freo; 600 sheet lots to ncccptcd copylsls. Send nddross cd Btampcd cnvnlopo. AMA/ION Cli_Al. ICAL CO., Desk 00, Chlcago._ LADIES TO DO PLAIN SEWING AT home; steady work; good pay; niatoiinls sent everywh...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

4 ONE CENT MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Cdnts, CaihinAdvanos TTT THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING QREATEST RESULTS. t MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Cents, CashlnAdvanoe ONE CENT A WORD. V HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED.'" ONEJ'"i<"i.'?ST-GLASS HAND on dresHos; iioho oIbo need npply. Cnll nt ll'Jfl West JVtnln Stroot. .WANTBtf.vAT ONCE. A FiRST-CLABB Cook. Call Cary Btreot Road. opposltn homo placo Mr. A. von Ronongk. WANTED AT ONCE. APintENTICE glrls for mllllnery work room. Apply nt H. 13, BALDWIN'tf, Mnnchestcr, v?. WANTISrZ BlfVEttlfj" LADIEH T.d help on coals. mUkri biillon-holesi nnd to mnke itklrlH. Apply to D. PERLIN, 218 North Klfth Btrcet,;.cornor Biwd^_ s i tu atTo>j?^ant eF? fem ale . WANTED. HY" A*N iS^RlENCED ludy stRnogmplie.r. work for nfternoons " or mornlng*. or would tiikn h poimanent posltion: can glvo reforcncns, Addtows II. J., enro thla offlco. ' "h'eXK'v/ANTED?MALE. PItlNTEll WANTED; ALL AROUND man. Sloadv work. Btnlc salnry. No booze arllst need npply. rt. A. lvl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

IS TOBACCO PROFITABLE Question Argued in Princo Edward and Lunenburg. :OUNTRY SCHOOLS CLOSE. ln Prlncc Edward tho School Board Has Funds Sufticient For Arfothcr Half Month If tho Rest Can bc R.iiscd by Subscrlption. (Spttlnl to The T|niCB.bl*patcli.) MEHERRIN, VA.. March H.-A niucii arguod quostloii through this immediate sectlon Is whothor or not -thero U more money ln tha cUltivatjon of tobacco or ln other crops that aro ralsed by the farm? ers. lt ls n woll known fact that ln mo old nnte-bcllum days that clark tobacco was thc moncyed crop ralsed on the va? rlous farms throush thls sectlon. ai)d slnce the "Strugglo" thls crop has ro? celved more attentlon from tho mass ot people than nny other ralsed. Those who have kept their farms In good condltlon yet malntaln the old clalm that at the present low prices that ls belng lcc'lved Ior tho weed thero is yet more money in: tho cultlvntlon of the weed thnn ln any other crop that ls at present ralsed on the farm; whlle thoso who havo a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

U$patd) raomiOND* VA? SUNDAY, MABOH 15, 1903. ?H*/$M wwtr S. .1^1 \ A_. A^> _. A . t/O*? S*C?3rVl ^?>0.t /SfcW ) S Hooley thinks'he has caught a fellow-hobo irictulging, a sacrilegiousiuxury; Recovering, they prepare to punish thc offender. Till the unofferKling satyr steps a'shpre and eshibits hls lower najf, Thea wful: shock almost .unsett JesliheirireasotKibut Xheyhurl at -limhard rocks and still harder.epithet; Without another blov/Mr. Safyr ls left in possession of the- fteld and part W the enemy's suppltes*

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

Mr. Dooley oti the A chfevemeMs o f Congress By R H Dunrie (OoWtltbted, 1608, by Hob*rt ttowtrd llu?i?lt.) "1 eee," *a.td Mr, Horiness)'. "that . Con*re?s has knoolted ort wurruk." "It has," sald Mr. Dooleyi "or, to opeak more aoo'rataly, th' Houso Iv Rlprlslatallvts has gone back to wurruk. Th' Slnlt ls stlll there wlth Us feet Up on th* flosk nn' Its vtnrabla nose burrled ln Its ohost. It's boen a gr-reat sesslon lv Congress. It wlll 'llve long ln th' mlm'ry lv th' Amorl can people lf they don't Trget. 'Ivry tlme I thlnk iv lt. lt makos me proud I'm an almost natle lv this counthry whero th' meanost cltizen can go to Wash'nton nn' get hls rlghts but 110 body else can. JHVhat has lt done, says he? Well. to begin wlth, lt has smashed th' thrusts?well, almost smashed thlm? well, glve thlm a good hearty pat, nnnyhow. ln th' beglnnln' tt looked ' as on'y hnlf-way menstnos wud be adopted. Thoy was unlmportnnt bllls to tako th'^moncy away frm th' thrusts, to burn thlm In ilo, to mur dher...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM FOREIGN CITIES AND CAPITALS PRINCESS RUNS OFF WITHCOUNT ?Sister of Khedive of Egypt Has Fled Aboard a Yacht. IFARIS "SEASON" IS EARLY ?Will bo Practically Ended by First Sun? day In dune When the Grand Prix do Paris Has Been Run?Speed of the Clouds, By MAX O'RELL. Special Cablo to tho Tlmes-Dlspatch* Copyright 1903. PARIS, March 14.?Surely thero must be In tlio air mlcrobeB which only attack prlncossee ot royal blood and causo thom to play pranks with the exaltad position In which birth has placed them. -? Thero was a time when queens and princesses wore content with playing at shepherdesses and milkmaids, Now thoy run away from their palaces ?to elope with lieutenants, tenors, dancing masters, gypsies, etc. Tho oxamplo set by tho Archduchess Btcphanlo of Austria, the Princess Louise of Coburg and tho Princess Royal of Sax? ony has beon followed by the Princess Djemll Toussoun, sister of tho Khedive of Egypt. Unknown to her husband she ran away on board a yacht,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

HOW AMERICAN GOODS AR SOLD IN BERLIN, GERMANY (Speotal Corresp-ndeneS of Tlio Tlmes Dlnpatoh.) BfflRliTN, T*b. 88.?In tho capltal of the Oermiui empire. Jh the heart of Fried JJohMrasso, wlthln n block of Unter den jlnden and a few mlnutes' wnlk of tho Tholrgarton, I wrlto of tho American ln vaalon. It Is all around mo. 1 flnd lt ln every. atreot ond ovory block. lt stlcks out llke a plmple on ono's noso nnd horo Ih the buslest part of tho clty lt nssumca the also of a blg red boll. Over thero at Ihe right is a shop with. tho American Bhiold abovo tho door, lt bears tho sUirs and stripcs lu red, whlte and'blue, nnd below lt aro Dutch Mgiires leanlng ovor a shlp roll, looklng out at tho sea. Tlmt ls our own American llne toutlng for Its Bed Star boats. and tho Geraian travol across tho Atlantle. Next door It a hat store Tlio most fn.shlonnble shnpea aro Amorlcan, and tho best aro mndo by twx> wcll-lcnown Now York Ilrms. They aro consldered superlor to anv other. and *5 American de...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

THB DAILY BATH AS A REJUVBNATOR AND BEAUTIFIBR Radiant Complexion and Sparkting Eyes, the Re wards of the Daily Dip. Help Thin People to Fat ten and the Fat Ones to Reduce. By Katherlne Morton?Copyrlght, 1903. As n roJuvonaW and boautlflor, noth? lng equals tho daily bath. It keops tho cotnploxlon fresh, falr ftnd radiant; lt makos oyes Bparkllng and musolcs elastlo, Then, too, baths are liko exerclsoi thoy sot thln pooplo on the Way to accumulallng flesh, and roduco tho surpius avolrdupols of fat folk. Go(ng dlrectly Into a cold bath, aftor rlslng, and uslng vlgorously, first a crosh ""bath mltton, nnd after that a rough tow el, wlll do much for those ln noed of bant Ing. Tho skln Bhould bo smartly rubbed from neck to hoels. Whon thoroughly flrlod, tho bathor Is roady for athletlcs, Many pooplo oxcuso jtlieir slugglshness undor tlio plea of lack of tlrne and op portunlty to pursue gymnastlc cxerclsos, but "every woman her own nthlelo" can be reallzed Insldo of four walls, Wands, In...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

FOULARD THE FASHIONABLE FABRJC FOR SPRINGTIDE GOWNS rRT ptetty and stylish tmvellng cos tumes nro belng Bhown ln tho new Imtwrtod foulards. Whlle thc do insstlo .goods art very pretty, thoy don't eeem to have tho luster and welght of the Imported fbulnrd. Then too, the color echeme is moro nttractive. The cora binatlons nre ao odd. A vory nent foulard gown Is of dark Wue aotln foulnrd, wlth a very small np plo greon polka dot enclreled by n vory fnlnt whlte llno. Thls mlght Irapreas the reader as belng a loud deslgn, but thls tiartleular shnd? of green and blue, tho cotitrnst belng softened by tho ralnt whlto llno, ninkes a strlklng, yet by no monns gntidy, effect. Tho skirt Is a plaltl gorod skirt, wlth no trlmmlng exceptlng threo rows ot narrow tucks at tho bot? tom, whlch nro plpod wlth palo green taf? feta and stltched wlth greon sllk to matoh tho polka dot. It just ciears the floor ln front, wlth only a sllght dlp in the hafck, /? , Tho wnlst Is laid In solld tucks, about half ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

ScKool for Ho uiewives ?*?^ l l T-t i A 4 By ?... M ?? r I o'.in n <* r ' ^ lv d Comment for the Housewife IN your oolumn on January 4, ln your answer to 'One Busy Houaewlfo' On the /canned goods' quostton, you ask who puta up beans, asparagus and green peas. I have canned both strlug beans and pole beans (cranberry beans),. asparagus, groen peaa and caulliiower, aa well as tomatocB, Com I have not yet trled. In tho pantry I havo now peas put up three years ago, asparagua and strlng beans of tho past season, eaullflowor a year ngo lant fall, and pumpklu. two or three years old. "All my canned goods aro kopt tho year around in the pantry, whlch Is on the north slde of the house. ln the tlfst 'place new rubbers aro purchased each year*, then every can ls tested by fllllng wlth cold water, scrcwlng thc top on and invertlng. If lt does not leak, tho vegetablcs are crowded ln, all the can Wlll posslbly hold, then held under the eold water faucet, and the water al lowcd to nll lt and o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

MARGARET OULL) POWERS, The charmlna little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Powers, ol' No. 308 E..7 FrankYuT Street, and the great favcrlto of her aunt, beautiful Mla. May .Handy. Hls First Watch. "Can you toll the tlme by tho clock?" .Auntie asked Tommy. "No," sald ho, "no!" "Oh, woll, I'm afrald I've mado a mls take there," she sald, and passed a paper parcel to hlm. "Open lt." Ho took off the paper and found a box. He opened tho lld and . found a round thlng in tho papor. Ho undld the paper, end thero was hls present, before ho fltnow: a roal, llvo. ticking watch and a chaln. It falrly Iaughed at hlm; tho great figuros glowerod solemnly: 12, 1, 2, 3, i,: 6; and-then a llttlo hand that ran faster tho moro he looked at It. He held lt to hls ear, and lt clucked with Joy. He put lt ln his pocket and it seemod to go out, so ho brought it forth agaln, and proposed to wear it hanglng down out elde llke the ladies. Finally he set it down on tho tatfle, gazlng nt lt and fin gering it th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

MLLE. JULIE LE BRETON AND MLLE. JULIE DE LESPINASSE Is "Lady Itose's Daughter" Such ah Exfcrabrdinaiy $6v6l??Mrs* Humphry Ward Acoused of'_?orowing" for Her Jjateflt Story?The ParalleL TITLE PAGES Ofc WBWBOOKS ! The ?* Star'-Dreamer," by A. and E. Oastler-Klpllng's N?\jif Poem, "The Settler" ?Sally WlsteVa Fa mous.Revolutlonary "Jour nal" ?? Thrae Mlnor Poets ? H Paul i Kelver." A very accompllahed and clever lady who mlght woll' command a salon of her own lf tho materlat were present for maln tainlng lt, has wrltten from the Woman'a Club to ask how we can glve "unquall flcd pralso" to Mra. Humphry W&rd's now novel, "Lady i Roso's" Daughter," whlch tho Harpers are publlshlng, Irt vlew bf tho fact that the heroine of'tho atory, Mlle. Julle Lo Breton, upon whoae per Bonalltytho whole fabrlc(dependa, Is the eountorpart of Mllo. Julle de Lesplnasse, the celobralod protegee of the famnua Mmo. du Deffard; and our correspondent rays that "undoubtedly Mrs, Ward de ?orves vory little cre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

HOffl LEJtNDBK POPPED THE QUESTION. OtarrtsM. IM1, br w. K. KuM, dnu Driuia nt*M? n<*?r?*t i LEANDER (aslde) x "Confound lt all! IMI N EVER get a chanco to wi Lulu of my love. Her popper and mommer have *>pt rlght at our heels durlno tha entlre week. I feel llke giving up. 2. LULlrSWPPER: CHORUS:"G-l-o-r 'Oh. Isn't the vlew dellghtful from horel" -o-u-s I" 3. LULUt "0-o-o-o-h! Popper ana mommer have fallen over the orecipioe!" LEANDER? "Lulu-qulck-now we are alpne I I love you. Wlll you be my wife ?'?* 4. LULU: "Yes, yes ! Why didn't you ever ask me beTore? Cer talnly! But hurry, hurry! Save them i Save them !" LEANDERs"Hoop la! I could save the world now!" 5. LULU:"Saved! Saved! Savedl" LEANDER: "Hold on. we wlll be there soon! 6. LULU'S POPPER: "You have aaved our llvea. A hero for a 60n-ln-lawl Hoop la !" ? LULU'S MOMMER: I always dld llke Leander. Sonobleand brave. I'll make hlm just the loveliest mother-ln-law." ALFilONSE AND GASTON IN INDIA. They and Their Friend Leon'Ha...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 March 1903

SThrSTt THE fgl.SI.-Sa I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,191. - RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS* SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. v-ASHINf-TON, March lO.-Forccast: Vtrglnln-llaln Tuesday and probably /vVcdnesdny; frosh nortlicnst wlnds be .omltig soutliotist. North Carollna-Btttn Tuosday aml Wod nostlay, fresh northoast wlnds beeom hig sotitlicast. Yesterday's wenther was dnmp nnd un pleasant, nllhnugh llttlo raln fell. fhe woathor prophe* foresees raln to-day and probably lo-inorrow. STATE OF Tlll. THl-RMOMETER. . A. M..JJ ? r. m.J" ? p,:.M.4D li! nildnlKhl. ^_ Averago. 47 5"0 Highest temporaturo yesterday.....-00 Lowest temporaturo yoKtordoy. 41 Menn tomporaturc yestorday......47 Normal temporaturo for Mnrch... 48 Dnparturo from normaj temporaturo.. 01 Prcclpltatlon during pnst 21 hours.... T, , MtNIATURE ALMANAC. March 17, 1003. Vun rlscs. C:l. I IIIGII TIDE. Sun Bots. 0:18 | Mornlng./:.7:21 Moon rlscs...10:51 | l-vcnlng.7=4 RICHMOND. Covornor Monlnguc tells why ho tl...

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. — 17 March 1903

jeforess, Mlss Jnnlo Wlnga Mlss Mar> Waddlll, Mlss Holen O'Ferrall. JMm Bessle Ellyson, Mlso *>-%"????*? layno, Mlss Addle Bowe, MIsS Lmina Tvery unlquo feature (at tha. eaag booth was tbo "Oovenmr'a P Ho , tbe work of Mlss Franccs lWII. ?W j? ted sat~n, wlth squares of ?J '"? $J?5J?? ii Thft centor sauare boro Governor aiuii UffitSi other squares the names oBthe Gover'nors of Uho, 8?uthern Btales. Tho pillow wlll bo voted to tbo most liopular Governor. ? . . Mrs. D. M. Burgoss rocelved a box oi fancy work from Mrs. Boalwright, ?? Roanoko Colloge, nnd a chec (? ?? students of tho colloge Tho ^* tac?? a doll. whlch, ln honor of Mrs. Boat wrlglifs llttlo daughter, was named qer trudo Boatwrlght. _,?--,, MIL1TART THLRL. Tho Richmond Grays nttonded tho foJt ln ,i body. nnd wlth the ?&?:??"?*?,;% wero ln unltorm. gavo a nllItniy ili lo thn nq?emblnco. A diamond solliane r n _ waslolng voted nt Mlss ItuW Bo. eker-s bootlh, tlie votes cosling llfty cents CnTowards tbe close of th...

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. — 17 March 1903

THALHimjRS f Spring and Jummer \_ ..Ittiltinery Opening^} Vo~7)ay and &o~9/forrow, Tuesday, March Li, 1903. Wednesday, March 18,1903. first Jhowing of th* Jmportid niod*ls: Jogsthar Mtk thi producttons from 0ur Own Morkroom. \ Richmond9$ poremost Mitlimrg Sxhibit. Smli Jdeas ln Silk Suits. Aro you Interested in Sllk Shirt-Walst Suits f Our Foulard and Taffota Suits havo already recelved t,he stamp of npproval. For style, matorial and prlce they havo no equals. Wo mcntlon two gpcclalsj Foulard Suits, blnok hnd navy, with whlto polka-do^ walst has yoke of nll-fillk fnggotlng, oxtra largo C i 2.50 puff bIoovcb, flnrcd skirt. trimmed seams, only ?P ? ?? Blaok and Whlto Ohcok Taffcta Suits. tucked blouso, largo sleovcs, tucked at top, now shaped1 skirt, CI n h[) yol-e trlmming; regular feb 00 value, at. ^??#.~'v Other styles, $20.00 to 185.00.., Beautiful Jllk lt)aists_ -.. Such an oxoluslve showlng of the nowost and most oharmlng models os yoti novor flnd tn tho clty outsldo or Blac...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 March 1903

The Times-Dispa tch Published Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, va. ? Entered January 27, 1903, nt rtlch* mand, Va., ?? Kecond-Clas. Matter, under Act of Gort dress of March 8, 1879. The DAILY TIMES?DISPATCH ls sold at 2 eents a copy. _,-_. ,. The/ SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls ?old at B cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by *?"-" BO cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for elx months, $1.50 for three mantht* SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, |2.00 a year. ,.'.,"? The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, IH* eludlrt. Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per week. _ The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, B cents.per week. .-_^u The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unslgned Communlcatlons wm do rejected. Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not bo returned unless accompanlcd by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Streot. 'TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1903. DAY IS BREAKINO. Wo aro qulto aa weary of dlscusolng tho raco questlon as many of our readors aro weary of followlng tho dlscussl...

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