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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

the "times, found ks& iseo. wife dispatch. b'oOndisd two. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS •WASnrNG'tON, April 6^-Forecant for W^ and Wednesdays ■ £r N ( !rth°CaV^| l nai^aXr Tuesday and Wednouday; fresh houUi wlnda. , Bprlng offoln assorted Itself y«torday. •Hioiißh -It Tiao not yot regained tho grip Ihikon off by tho cold nnoll. To-day •■ teniperaturo, according to.tno.pwjP^'"'' ' will bo very pleasant, with frofth, Boutn wlnd«. STATE OP TUB TirEßMOMlffTmtt. 9 A M . .».'. .' w , 12 midnight •« ••••• AveraKo i • M 6° niKhost temporatttro yest'ordny • 82 L(.>wo«t tomporaturo yfstorday *i Aff.in tomporaturo yoHterday. "» Normal tornwrnturo fw April... ••••'• °i Dopfti'turo from iiormnl temperature,, w l'rcclplUttlon diirlnK past SM hours.... 00 MINIATUUB AL.MANAC. , April 7, 1003. Sunrl«e»...'./»:48 HIGH TIDE. Bun K0t5.....,0:80 Morn n« •••••■???2 Moon 80ta....»:00 Evening 12:o9 RICHMOND. JudßO Camnboll Illes with the Le(rf«latui'o his reply to charges ngalnat film, make»...

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

forts (uidtlioso'bf his frlehdß, that he rtofcniml Mr. Strode for tho Con&tltuUonnl Convonllon nnd Mr. 11. It. Harrison for the House of Doleiratou. . ■HI.S.SUAtMIKd XJP. . In winding up tlmt part or hla answwr whl^i duals bo -jjolntoUly and persotially 1 With 1 ' thoso whom Jud«o Campboll dorouncco as. hts onomlos and porseoutors, he'snys that ho. regrets to go Into motives but that he deama it prot>or to . ' slat* tho real roaoons for Uia tibrsoou- -''< tlonn, Inslnuatloiia, mlsroprosentaUona ■nd falsifications that have been heaped Upon his character, ,both prlvato and P "n Biimniliiff UJ)', Judge Campbell says ( that no notion Bhoultl be tnkon in his ' case, beeauso no Iprhl evldeneo has been • adduced; because owing to peculiar con- '■"': itltutlonnl conditions, tho caso could not ;, havo been properly tried undor either tho old or the now. Constitution; that tho ■: • Commlttoo of tho 'ifotise acted without ,- lawful authority! that tho two rep...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

PtEYPUS CASE AGAIN Great Excitement During the Discussion In Chamber. WAS HOOTED BY MEMBERS Denied That He Had Ever Bought to Conceal Anything) arid Said That . General Pellleux Had Rogretted Writing (ha Letter. ; (Dy Associated Press.) PARIS, April ,6,— The Dreyfus affair /' was brought up In the.Chamber of Deputies to-day by M. .TaureH (Socialist) during'a discussion of the validation of the election of M. Syvoton (Nationalist Republican). M. Jaurcs aasof tod that M. , Sy vcton lind attacked the Hopubllcnn .group on the ground that they were tho ngonta of foreigners, but tho speaker proposed to Dhow that tho real frienda of tho foreigners wero those who, during four years, "established their cilae through a fulßMed signature of a foreign Emperor." Tills alluded to the letter of the German Emperor, which Is said to have been Introduced Into some of the papers In the Dreyfus case. CHAMBER WROUGHT UV. M. Jaurcs repeatedly mentioned the Gorman Emperor by name and accused M. Mlllevoye,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

. Tho Tilties-Dtepatch l»«WlihH , bally and Wwkly at No, 4 •Mdrth Tenth Strait, Hlohmond, Va. Entered January if, 1903, at Rich' mond, Vi./'at Saeond'Olwi Matter, under Act of Con* . flrew of March 9, 1879. TH6 DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH l« «otd at f eenti « copy. Tha SUNtJAV TIMES' DISPATCH la •old at 8 cent* a copy. DAILY TIMBS'DISPATCH by mall— to c«nts a month, $8.00 a year, $2.80 for ' a'lx months, $1.80 for three montht. SUNDAY TIMES.DISPATCH by mall, The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In' eludlno Sunday, by Carrier, 18 centi per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. z*. »_,.»., The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ; All Una'loned Communloatlina will be Rejected Communications will not be •eturnod unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, APRIL" 7, ' 1003. /UDGE CAfIPBELL'S COMPLAINT. .The Amherst Now Era,, of which Judge C; ; J. Campbell Is editor and proprietor, In its lost week's Issue makes the following editorial critici...

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

. ■ -"" "~ b -~T — ! ~ T ! CHRISTIAN SCimiSTS Faith Curlst^>Onder Flro In Ui6i House Yesterday. CASE OF CRIEPLED CHILD 3apt Cardwell Cites an Instance In His Speech In Opposition to ..the ? , . Sclentlsts—yote Will Be £ /' Tnkew/To-Ddy. • ■ !B*#no only matter of Bwooplni? public In- . terest In tho i'AigiMitiVo •ycßts'r'day' wiu the filing by Judgo ' 'Campooil of' hit* anBwer to tho chargos made' against him,and tho paper was ordered printed. the Houso doyotod tho romalridor of its noflslon to a dlHcusHlon of tho Harvey bill to rcgultito practice of medicine mid BU^gor^, known an the ontoou path bill, und Mr. Bland, of Portomouth, offorod an amondiriont to exempt tho Christian Scientists ftiom the 'operations 8t tho bill. The bill will likely pans as It came from tho Senate. Thero were fow bills offered in either houso, The Senate was In session only a little while, and boyond giving some bills -tttolr constitutional readings, did nothing o ; f* interest. There waß a meas...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

rE FRUIT DAMAGED The Thermometer Was Below the Freezing Point A BABY BREAKS ITS NECK Tides In the Potomac River Wash the Wharves Away— The New Electric /Railway Will Be Built Without Stafford's Subscription. (Special to The Tluea-Dlnputcb.o 'I JTRBDERICKSBURG, VA., April G.-The 'freezing' weathor of tho past two days and nights has done great damage to fruit and early vegetables In this bootion. Tho thermometer was down below thai freezing point last night and the night before, and experienced Judges nay there Is no hopo for the peach cropf Mrs. James L. Roed, of Westmoreland county, walked down to tho creek from hor house a fow< days ago, leaving, her el»rhteen-|honths-old child asleop on tho bed. A short time afterwards sho sent one of hor children to awakon and dross the child and bring It to her, hut upon arriving at the house it was found that the baby had awakened during tho abBence of Its mother, had fallen off the lied and whs lying dead on tho floor, Its liedk ha...

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

WATTS LAW Cuts Number of Saloons from Twenty4wo to Ffve. THEDISORDER DECREASED The Town of Spray to Hava Another „ Oottoh Industry— High Winds Tear Roof Off a Smoking Tobacco j Factory— No Issue of Bonds. (Bl>«clttt to The Tlmet.l)l«p»tch.) ■ REIDSVUiUE, 'N. C, Aprlj 0.-Some of tho proprietors of llsllllorlos In this county are arranging to go out of bustness since tho passage of the Watts liquor law. whllo others »ay they will rnovo their plants to Incorporated* towns. Even somo will go Into Virginia in order to hdvo protection. They have raised the price on iholr goods, and tho con r eumera are paying, the additional cost*. Heretofore five-cent drinks were sold at tho saloons, but now nothing less than s. ten-cont arlnk Is dlspensod from the counters. ' At present there aro only five saloons here, und they each pay a tax of $000 to tho graded school fund, besides the county and State tax. Before tho tax was increased twonty-two saloons were In oporatlon hero, and all Of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

'"". I POKE IN THE SNOW President Given Warm Weicoma but Cold Weather. ' A 810 CROWD ASSEMBLED I tplte Dreary Condition Six Thousud People Listened to Hla Discus* slon of tho Wage Earner and the Tiller of the Soil. > (By Aitodtttd Prt«.) SIOUX FALLS, S. DvD v April 6,—President Roosevelt began the second week of Uils tour feeling much refreshed from yesterday's rest, and at 7:60 started on • drlvo over the city with Secretary •Loab, Senator Klttrldge and Mayor Brun- ' side. Dosplte the early hour and tho dreary weathor, tho streets wore lined with people, -wfco greeted the President trlu. oheors and tha waving of flags, and at 85*20 the President arrived at the big auditorium, whero he addressed 4,00 ohll- ■■':, dren. Aa the President loft tho auditorium he ■was sreoted with tremendous applause, .. Ha was I driven rapidly to the stand which '"■■ aiad been erected at the oornor of Ninth etroet and ' Phillips Avenuo, whole a crowd of 6,000 people had assomulod. : Tha Presid...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

PEED FOR ENDPME! Y. Al. c! A, Wants to Raised Fund. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Annual Report of «ht President Make* Sundry Intereitlng and Important Suggettloni — Money Needed for the Current Year. .The forty-ninth anniversary of the Young Men 1 * Christian Association of Hlchtnond waa observed Bunday afternoon with appropriate exercises, held at 3:30 o'clock In the Academy of Musio. , Tho attendance was Very good. The Rev, Dr. Wlllanmon made the opening prayer. The, Hoy./ W. B. Boauchamp:. read tho Scrlpturo lesson and tho Rev.: Dr. J, Calvin Slowart followed with pray-, or, Tho song service was * most attractive featuro of the programme. The Virginia Glee Olub wan present and as usual did most excollent work. Tho address for the occasion was delivered by tho Rev. A. A. WIIIIU, D. 1)., of Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Wllllts li a fin* speaker and liis addr«s« was much enJoyed. THE ANNUAL. RBPOIIT. ' The annual report of the president, Mr. Lnngbourno M. Williams, gave a most Interesting account of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

fRENCTH IN MARKET ■t Prices Ran Off on Heavy Profit Selling. CLOSING EASY AND DULL Bldedly Enslcr Tone of Call Money arkot Was a Factor of Strength, Though Rates Show No ( Relaxation. (llr Associated Pre«»,) NEW YORK. April S.-Tho Htock markot Hhowed a. considerable degree of strongm this mornlne, but prleos ran oft on tho »oods news of tho day. showing the coti- : Tlnttcd disposition of hoiaors to realize in a #rom "w^Wook Exchange standpoint the dissolution of tho tom Pornry Injunction against the voting of "l" Southern PaoMlo stock hold by Union Pacific waa h«mrdcd as good nows In the sense mac :[•**£! fa^rablo to .hlghor prlceß. Speoulatlvo Wall Streot has cntored llttlo Into the merits of the roapoctlve i contentions of tho two sides to the Southern Pacific quarrel regarding corporation policy In the disposition of earnings, but thoro has been an uneasy sonso that the questions raised In tho dispute carried gravo cotisequor.ees to many far-rcaohlng arrango- :. inonts uy railroa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

T« I MINIMUM Io I a IX I d\jto\*c irTME3E»RETHEWOHDER I fte I• ■ I Aj. 111%I 11 % I«JI A I "JJJ 11 jn £ T26 Sb # « iifffi WORKING WANT ADS. ||f I || 250".".., 7 j v.L ZBB ' nll » MtJ W U [Me tmt nim anaTEST results. Lfe b^ %& II P) o..hi n >d»... word. 5 WORD. OnH«M«im| I *^* * I^l 1 I — —■— . — . I I I I I I I I t — HELP WAMTEtV-FBMALE. ITANTBD, A YOUNO , COLORED- WO^. MAN to cook and attend dinlnir-rooin. Apply 1208 Grove Avenue.. iTANTED, LADI»« TO HAKBNBaiD, wear from sample t exWrlenee not neoe«. iaryj steady work; g6od pay, Send self* addressed stamped «n^ c L 0 .' > *v-.JsS A _^ MFG. CO., 608 West 188 d St.. Ntew Yorlr. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. - yV ANTED, AT 'ONCB, POSITION B^ an experienced lady, jitehographer, yltfi good references. ' Address Irflss I, fcftfl this office, '. „' LADY OF EXPERIENCE DBBIRBS position during summer months or by fall; teacher ' of English, Mathematics, French. Calisthenics, Piano, Banjo. Oidk tar and Fancy Work...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 April 1903

.Miller & ahead*. . This Store is particularly ati Easter Store this week. A This P. N. Corset C_sT/Si «J> <> A\ _rv _r\ /(T ' Notice, please, the graceful Hues and well lliJjyj3wJ|7fc} ting effect that llio garment has— and that's oxactly //l@mM^ foe way it will look on you, particularly if you're (J ■ a medium figure, / Jfflr ' It's made of English coutil, light weight, 'mmji Princess hip, primmed with Yah lace and ribbon, (H vuflsf has a cork covered protector in front, and the alumNe^V/MOQeLJ h kum boning prevents rusting, WkWiAS \ • One dollar is well expended on a Corset of iRN.N. .733' this kind. Farny Pyrographic Outfit, $5.00. Something entirely new-doing away with the alcohol lamp which has always bean an objection to the old style outfit. In its place is a metallic box filled with asbestos, on which is poured two or three ounces of benzine through the top, which unscrews. "^^lb^ior'anyTxpiosion to occur when u S .n* this outfit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

TIMER, COUNOI3U IBM. T«E I DISPATCH, FOUNDED ISM. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. •WAStriNaTON. April B.— Forccaat for warmer In oxytroma west portion. Friday fair; fresh wont -winds, eoomhiK VfirlaDlf. ■_■ 'North Cttrolltm-Fnlr Thursday and BTldnTi froßh north winds, becomloff variable. Rainy and windy, yesterday was , a comhlnatlon of March arid Aprlf woather. Fair wouthor Ib promised for to-duy, with higher tompcraturo In certain portions. STATE OF THW TJHCRMOMBTEn. 12 M. g, 1 B V. U §? Cp! M |'|| ;;;;;$ Avomgo „.011-3 Highest tempoiatiire yeHtorday M_ 'Lowest temporaturo yesterday r>s Moan tompuraturo yesterday. w Normal temperaturo for Aprl '• •••■••• ™ Departure from normal tempera tin o. Os Proclpltatlon during past 21 hourtf,...u7 MINLVrtJKB ALMANAC, i April 9, 1003. Bun Vines; Bj'« I iriOH TIDK. Hun sots 0:38 I Morning 2.23 Moon nets 1:10 | Kvenlnjj «••* RICHMOND. A. C.'ailllgan dlnd in tho ponltentlary hospital last night Nearly tho entire membership of tho H...

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

fi tmtiwrmiln we otpfceted to-dnj\ If they to nil till 'return., and nono nf,tho.«« now /her* slutl) «t» fttvoy, .Iherfe will b« nuiety- ,* yen members present, or only thro« , nhort of the M»lro Mouse. ThlH vrnul.l be n mofet remarkable attendance and even t • nlitoty^two nqw here puts the number way Up abGVe any recent attondtmoo. ''HVIiL 01* INTEREST, i Th* trial of .fudge Campbell has beon | ft long hhd weary ono, and the ciiho hns •I fairly: bristled with spectacular; nnd In* , tar ••at In* Incidents 6V6f >lm:« Lilt* ilflV ho struck Roy. Dr. Crnwford at Am- . herst Courthouse last summer, ' Should I fho report be adopted by th* Hour* It Will g& to Ihfl Senate and bo irtod upnn •nler by that body. Tf It shnll tnll In tho House this will end tho mutter, and th^re : can ba no more of tho Itlhl. Jud^o CnmDbnll would. In tho Httsr ovont. Mrve out his term and go off thn bwirh With tho other county juiig-ss when the county court system booonif* a dend lotter un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

PENNELL Important Evidence In Regard to Murder Is Expected. STATEMENT OF DEFENSE This, as Wall as All His Papers Bearing on His Rotations (o the Burdlcks. Will Bo Brought Out as Far as Possible (IS* Ainodatml Pros*,} BUFFALO, N. V., April 8.-Juatlco Murphy and District Attornoy Coataworth held a conforonco; this afternoon on tho Ponnoll Inquest, which begins at, the morgue at 8 o'clock Friday afternoon. 1 The courao of tho public Inquiry, so far us It could be dlHOUßsed beforehand, waa Bottled. The 1 lnquost ot Ponnell and Mrs. Pennoil ore to bo hold Jointly. ■ The lust known stalcmont of Penned lit hla own dofenso, In which ho Bays a woman killed Burdlcfc at midnight, is to coino out. i Tho question of suicide or accident Is not to bo fled out, so far as the district attornoy Is concerned. That parf. of tho enso will be directed by Justlco Murphy. Tho alleged defalcations announced aa equalling tho total of Fcnnell'fl llfo Insurance have nothing to do with tho death of Burdlck. nnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch I'biiiht* ttolly and weekly <tt No. 4 Narth Tenth Street, Richmond, V*.. KMered January it, 1904, «t Rich* mftdd, Van as seeorirt'Class Matter, tirtder Act of Cort* ores* et March 3. U79. I™ tSAILV ?IM£S.DIBPATCH n sold cents 9 copy. 1«'-8UbDAV TIMBS'DISPATCH Is at 8 cents • copy. MLV TIME9-DISPATCH by mall— «nt» a month, $5.00 a year, $2.M for monthi, $1.80 for three months. JNDAY YIMES'DISPATCH by mall, t a year. 1e DAILY TIMES-pISPATCH, m* Ino Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cent* per te SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by •ler, B cents per week. le WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, year. I Unsigned Communications will be :ted. Jected communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. THpRSDAY, APRIL- 0, 1908. RAILROADS AND THE CONSTITUTION. No ono who takes the trouble to read tho debates of the Constitutional Convention on tho enacting of a freo railroad law would bellevo It possible that the conclusion ...

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

MANN BILL IN THE AIR House Rejects Report of tho 'S Cdiitercoi. THEY MAY RECONSIDER Fttion On This Una is Made and Passed By—-Boaz Confident of Final Passage— Big Fight In tho House Yestorday. tfho advocates of the Mann liquor amendment to tho general tax bill are passing toward victory over thorny paths ' nnd by oasy stages, and It Is far from certain Unit thoy will ever reach that coveted station. Tho violent assaults upon the report of tho Conference Committee woro roliowod, nnd uflor 1 another long and spirited dobato, tho motion of < Chairman Boass to adopt tho report failed by a . vota of ii ayes to 34 noes. Tho Chair 'ruled that tho adoption of tho report required only forty afflrmntlvo voles, but by a voto of GO to 20 tho ruling was reversed by the House, tho point of ordor huvltig been mado that It required 51. i A motion wan ontorod to reconsider tho voto, by which tho report waa rejected, and this motion was pusscd by until Bomo day when conditions may appear m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

s fLT LINE PROPOSED Greater Railroad Frontaye for New Plants at Frederlcksb'g WAS CALLED TO ENFIELD fjv, Decatur Edwards, of Fredericksburg, Has Received Overtures From a Circuit of Churches Near Tarboro, In North Carolina. „ / (Speclat to The Times-Dispatch.) FRIBDERIOKSI3URG, VA,, April 8.- ' ,At a meeting of tho Business Men's ■ Association, held last night, tho names of nino business mon of tho city were nddod to tho roll of membership. Various matters of general Interost were aiscus'sed, among them tha prospect for obtaining now manufactures and plans for securing greater railroad, frontage for tho location of plants by moans of a belt line or a branch road from tho Richmond, Frodorlcksburg and Potomac Railroad along tho west side of tho olty to a point In tho northern section, whore a number of largo enterprises are loi! cated. This will open up new sites along tho line. Rev. Decatur Edwards, of this city, who has charge of several largo Baptist churches near hero, has receive...

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