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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 March 1903

4^tmjM. K8B8B ifi I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,193, RTtyriMONn.V/C VtfXjfflfltfaK MARCH 10, iotifc PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER, WAflHINOTON. Mnrch 18?Forecast for ^VlSnm-KairThui'Hdny; wnrmer ln BoiitlfcUflt portlon: ^''^^'""becom'lng coldoi'i frcsh southcnst wlnds, bccoming "(NortirSCnrolinn-Kalr Thvirsdny; Frldnv A eoldor! frcsh southcnst to floutii wlnds, bocomlng weateriy. Perfort snrlnit wo.nther wns that of yea tiirdnv Another hentulful dtty ls prom Isod but lo-morrow It l? prodlcled, t "-t Winro will bo rfi.lh and much coklor woathor. ? j STATEOF THE TUERMOMETER. 0 A. M. ,w.????'?.ii?. 12 M. B P, M, 0 P. M. 9 P. M 12 mldnight. "' Avorngo 53 2-3 Itlghost umpcraturo yesterday. .3 Lowost tcmporatun) yesterday. ? M.-nn tcniperntiirc yMlcrdayi,-.'?' Normal tomperatum for Mnrch....... IS n-opnrtiire from normnl tomporuluro.. 13 Proclpjtntlon durlng past 21 liours,... 00 MIN1ATURE ALMANAC. March 19, 1903. HimrlKcs..... n:16 I HtGIJ TIDK. punsets.0:19 Mornlng......9:0, ...

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. — 19 March 1903

I I - I-weeks: ever slnce a man trled to tob 'ty_?\fffun't Oxpect 16 sho.'. Mlss ^Morria?" ? P^S&r&t a?^oxpeot6d to itiarry itier?" i( "Then J'ou didn>t love her." "No." ? , ?. -But you llked her? & "Weh^'l don't know.(iPlease don't talk to mo; 1 titn so ^YfiUt. NO THOUHT OF ?1Afnl*T^.;.lag, "You never once thought of mnrriage, you two?'1 "K coursd you romembor golng to Lakestde and rfoservolr on tho d.ty.of th.^beT|dcve?l do'. 'l may have gono." "Yotf say you dldn't know nnylhlng of the tragedy?" "Nothlng." . ,? "Whon did you flrst ionrnof It7 "Two or three dnys later.' "Whore wns thls rcvelatlon? ;, "ln thls room. when 1 came to. "Well, who Wld you? Your brother or felster?" "I don't rememher. "You have seen a lawyer-Mi. Harrj Bmlth, I belleve?" ' "Well, kindly' ;icll mo whnt you told hlm." "Nothlng." : " j "Ahsolutely nolhlng?" "I told hlm as 1 havo ynu^repeatedlj, Ihni I wns too WcHk ln talk." "You aro.not domented now, are you? "But stm you don't know anythlng ot...

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. — 19 March 1903

PASSENGERS WATERBOUND Traln Can Neither Advance Nor Return to Memphls. NO IMPROVEME'T IN FLOOD Trafflc from Memphls West Completely Tled Upand Week May Pass Before It Can Be Resumed?Rlver Stlll Rlslng. (By Ansoclnted T-ress,) MEMPHIS, TENN., March 18,-The ? flood sltuation to-nlght shows a number of sorloua devolopmenla, and thero la Bcarcoly a ray of hopo for lmproved eon-' dltlons, except tho'fact that tributariea' of tho Mlsslsslppl to tho north ot Mcftf phls aro roported to be fnlllng'i | Ono of tho most aorlotis 'developmenta of tho laat twenty-four houra la tho washlng out ,of all llnes of rallroada enterlng tho clty froin tho west' and tho r.ompl'otp tylng up of rallroad' trafflo through tho Memphls gntoway to that scction. Ther? Jinvu been no tralns Into or out df th?' clty- over the Mlsslsslppl brldge, and, there Is rwory Indlcatlon that trivdlo eim tiot bo resumed untll tho flood haa aub" nlded to a consldorable dogrco. . ii ? i It Is bellovcd that a week mjiy fpnss Ibcfor...

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. — 19 March 1903

Tlie Timefc-Dispatch fubllsfied Dally and Weekly at Ne. 4 / North Tenth Street, Rlchmond, Va. | Kntered Januafy 2f, 1903, nt Rlch? mond, Vfl? as Second-Ctass Matter, under Act ot Con* oregs Of March 3, 1879. ! The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH la eold ?t 2 cents a copy. ., The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls ' aotd at 6 cents a eopy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? i'60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 for Kilx months, $1.50for three months. | SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, ^.'$2.00 o yoaf. : The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln ..cludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per i-week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 6 cents per week. | The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, .'$1.00 year. All Unslgned Communlcatlons wlll bo ; rejected. Rejocted Communlcatlons wlll not be .returned unless accompanled by stnmpa. ;?? Up;own Offlce at T, A. MILLER'S, No. 619 Eaat Broad Street. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1903, | MR. DAVIS ON PROH1BITION. | Thnt wns a most Interestlng letter thnt Wwb prlnted In yesterday's papor from -presldent Je...

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. — 19 March 1903

JING05JAG WASTATAL Blg Elephant Could Not Stand Trlp Across the Occan. PANDEMONIUM QN SHIP for Slxty Hours Preceding Hls Death , IheAnlmalTrumpetod ContlnuoUsly and the Other Beasts Jolned Ini Whlskey Was of No Avall. (Dy Assoclated I'rcas.) ' , NEW YORK, March 18.?Tho elephant 9lngo, sald to havo boon larger than Jumbo, dlod at:soaon tho' steamor; Geor glc, whlch arrlved to-day fromLlvorpool. (Tho anlmnl's doUth occurrcd Maroh 12th, ?nd tho hugo bqdy was.burlod at-sca.. The animal-show bought Jlngo ln Lon tf on. Tho eiophnnt had not traveled alnco infancy,' and from tho tlmo ot. sail Ing from Livorpool It frettel and ptned ?way./ Jlngo was twonty-two years old, twolve feot hlgh, .wofghcd bIx tona, and ,jwas valued at $50,000. j For slxty houra preceding Ita' death, tho tnammoth bcaat trumpotod wlthout ces eatlon and twlco knockod down tys.'kcep cr, Thomaa Lawrenco, who attbmpted.. to jiaclfy lt. Tho , crles of tho elephant aroused tho loopards and tlgers, whlch woro on tho aiilp, a...

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. — 19 March 1903

LiveNews andFresk Gossip From theCities and Towns afVirginia COULDS AND ROCKEFELLER Strong Combination Back of the New Vlrglnla Rallway TO GLOUCESTER P01NT A Survey of a Route Across Vlrglnla from the Llne of ihe Chesapeako and Wsstern Recently Made. Balllmore Not Satlsfactory. / (Speclal to Tha Tlmes-DUpntcb.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA? March 18. The connrmation of tho statemont that the Deepwator Railroad Company will extend Its llno from tho West Vlrglnla coal fields to the Vlrglnla seaboard, und the authentlc staternent that tho Stand? ard Oll Company owns the Deepwator Road, seems to conlirm tho story thnt the Goulds Vllt build an extension from the Vlrglnla border to Tldewaler Vlr ginla, and will probably cslabllsh largo terminals at Gloucester Polnt, if not at Newport Nows. The connectlon of .the Standard Oll Company with the Dcep water llno recalls a recenl journey South that Georgo Gould mado for tho purpose of conferrlng with Rockofeller and other Standard Oll, magnlt'tes. At Palm ...

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. — 19 March 1903

DURHAM'S NEW DEPOT Col. Andrews, of Southern. Shows Plans to Com'n. BASE-BALL ENTHUSIASM The EfTort Is Belng Made to Work Up lnterest In Ralelgh and Include That Clty Inthe Proposed Vlrglnla Carollna League. , (Spcclnl to Tlio Tlmi!?-I)lHpntcli.) RALEIGH, N, C, March 18,-Col. A. 21, Andrews, flrst vlco-presld'ont of the Bouthorn Rallway Company, has sUb mlttcd to the North Carollna Corporatlon Commlsslon plans for ahandaome dopot at Durham, tho purposo of tho Southern belng to croct lt as a union dopot if tho Seaboard Alr Llno atui Norfolk and Weslern will Joln on an equltablo basls, and If not, then as a depot for tho South? ern aloiie. It will bo ono of tho linudsum ost, most convenlent and capacloua ln tho Stato, Chalrman ?McMlll, of tho corpo? ratlon commlaslon, thlnks thero will bo 1 no troublo in brlnglng about an adjust mont of dlfterences botween tho roads uo tho union Blntlon can bo erected. An eftort ls belng made to arouse baso bal| cnthuslasm siifllclent to get Ralelgh i...

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. — 19 March 1903

BACK FROM STAUNTON RIchmond Shrlners Hold Many Happy Meniorles. FEAST OF WIT AND WISDOM Vlsitors Were Royally Entertalned by Thelr Hosts and Citizens Qcn erally ? Slonewall Band Heads tho Parade. A party of lUchmond Shrlners of tho Templo Acca camo down tho plko from Staunton yesterday ln sectlons, foot soro nnd weary, but wlth the happy tliought that they had spent a plcasant ten hours in that beautlful llttlo clty. They wont up tho plko from RIchmond on Tuesday, to faston tho fez upon tho heads of twenty innocont pllgrims from tho country ronndnbout Staunton, and whlle no one, excopt the clect, could get wlthln the Inner walls ot tho templo, tho nolse as of great hilarlty that went out through tho wlndows. indlcatcd to a largo part of tSaunton that a good tlme was golng oon, Prevlous to tho golng up of the maln body at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Messrs. C. H. Phllllps, F. W Cunnlng ham, H. M. Boykln, Preston Belvin and ..William Krouso. went to get thlngs In roadlnoss. Then' the ...

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. — 19 March 1903

THE MEN AND WOMEN Who Enjoy the Cholcent Producta of the World'B Commerce. KnowlMc* of Wfcat ls ncit Mere Ia? lorUDt Than Wealtk With? out If. It must be npparont to every one that quallties of the hlghost order are neoes sary to enablo the bCBt of the produol* ot modern commerco to attaln pefmanently to unlversat accoptance. HoweVir loudly ? hcralded, they may not Hope f or worid-wlde preemtnence unless they mect wlth the general approval, not of lndlvlduals only, but ot the nuny who have the hsppy fsoulty of seloctlng, enjoylng ?and learn ing tho real worth of the choloest prod ticts. Tholr commcndatlon, consequently, bocomes Important to othors, slnce to mect tho requlrements of the well in formed of all oountrles tho method of manufncture must be of the most per fect ordor and the comblnatloh the most excellent of Its klnd. The above ls true not of food products only, but Is espe clally applicablo. tb mcdlclnal agents and after ncarly a puartor of a ccntury of growth and genbral...

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. — 19 March 1903

SENTIMENT ENCOURAGING Stock Market Influenced by Several Favorable Factors. MONEY LESS STRINGENT VarioUs Stocks Showed Somo Hard ness?Profit Taking Towards the End Caused a Shadlng of Prlces nnd Closinglrregular. (Hr Assorlntpd I'rpss.) , , , NEW YORK. Mnrch lS.-Stocka showed somo hardness to-tlny nnd hopes were indulgod for a rlse on the part of a con sldernhlo speculatlvo party whlch la watehlng tho innrkot closoly for a rocm erv when the Interlor beglna to send nacK fu'mla to New York and monoy bpopmos easier. Thn fow scntterlng Indlcatlona of a rclnxatlon of Ihe money markot did not nppcnr sufficicnt to rhdtico buylng much bevond tho ranks of Iho profesaional shorts, who havo becomo tinoasy over tne cesSatlon of the llquldatlon In stocks and show anxloty lo covor thelr shorts. .1.W cessatlon of the recont porslstent selling of New York Central nnd Peiiiisylvnnla waa a pecullarly favorable Incldent ln a ncgallve wny. , ,. It hnd been feared that the recont sell? ing wns for tho p...

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. — 19 March 1903

ONE OENT ?-*? WORD. MINIMUM OHAME 26 Cent?, CuhlnAdfanci THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TNAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAINE 25 Cents, Cash In ?dranos ONE CENT A WORD. w H?LP WANTED-F?MALt. fc ANTED, TO WMPLOY ? SEAM STREB8 to work on cloth ?ulte. Apply THALH1MER BROS. ,'ANTED, TWO EXPERIENCED HANDS on dress?e. Apply Mira LOV* _ tNO, MS North Fifth Btreet Wanted, a ooodcooic, who will do Bom6 washing! ? room on? lot; good wages. Apply -at one? 208 Harrison Street, corner Park Avenue. {WANTED, LADIES/TO MAKE NfiCK? wear from sample; experience _ not necessary; steady work, good-pay,?Bend, fielf-addressod stamped envelope. IDEAL, MEG. COMPANY, 608 West 133d Street, Now York. ? fcl '? ? , . ,", ' ', "G, '.,.""1 ?ITUATION8 Wanted?female. rWANTED, ? POSITION AS COMPAN ion or nurse to an Invalid lady or child, or, convalescent attendant; have had ex? perience In nursing. Address G. T. 'ai, Carrier ?, Petersburg, Va* . ,;;, ,,.. IfOUNG WOMAN DESIRES POSITIONS as companion or...

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. — 19 March 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. A Dainty Warner Rust-Proof Corset for Summer is ?? "Gladys." You can soo from the picture just how perfecb a model it is?being made with a short hip and a low bust. It's especially suitable as a Shirtwaist Corset Fino Baliste with the top. and Bottom finished with broad bands of taffeta ribbon and a ribbon bow at the top. Tabs at Ihe front for hose supporters, $2,00 No. 40 Taffeta Ribbon 10c Yard. There's nothing retnarltnblo In a price of 10c. ix yard for Ribbon unless its coupled with values, suuh ns nro In these All-Silk Taffetas nt 10c. They are exceptionally good'at this figure. ' Black, White. Blue. Pink. Mais. Turquoise, Hello, Cardinal and Marino. Mousseline De Soie 25c Yard. Silk . nh,d Cotton, solid colors of white, cr?am. light blue, pink, Nilo green and black, ? very Inexpensive fabric for a pretty ovonlng dross. You'll find. It In the. Silk Depart? ment. 000000000000000000000000*0 \ Social and \ \ ?Personal \ \ 8 ?$000000000000000000000...

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. — 20 March 1903

THB ffl&fflSffl: $WJ9 I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,194. RICHMOKD, VA? FIUDAY, MARCH 20, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER, WASHINGTON. March m.-Forfenflt for Frldny und Buturrtay: Vlrglnla und North Cnrollnn-Kntr, fol? lowod by raln Frldny nlght: Saturdny clonrlng nnd much coldcr; varlnhlc wlnds, becomlng fresh. Tho lomporaluro yosterday gavo llttle Indlcatlon of t.ho eomlng cold forcseen by the weal'hcr mnn. Rnln Is nntlclpated to-nlght, an* to-morrow Indlcatlons aro for clonrlng and much cnlder. STATE OE THE TIIEHMOMETER. 0 A. M..,.?:??? r,? 12 M. _ !>, P, M. . rvl 0 P. M.'-.?'???' G:1 f) P. M.. 50 12 rnldnlghl.M Avorago .69 I -G lllghest tempuraturo yesterday..,*...'.. K I.owost tornperuturo yesterday. 50 Mcan lomporaturo yosterday.,68 Noriiml lomporattire for Mnrch. W Dopnrtiiro from normnl lomperntiiro. 10 Prculpltallon durlng past 21 hours,... 00 miniatuiTe"almanac. ,_ Miiroh 20, 100> Siin risos.... fi:ir, I HIOII TlDE. Siin wl.H_0:20 Mornlng. B:J? iloo...

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. — 20 March 1903

/th* flurenu of CorpornUpns ln th? new ' one of "he gontlomon who nceompnnlcrt Jllr. Davls snld thoy woro rerelvcd most cordially -by the Presldent nnd ">' *Ir: Cortolyon nnd Mr. Onrl old. Thoy wero Impresscd by tbo cordlnllty ot thelr re "ocptlon, nml thoy camo nwny slroiigiy 01 ?ho bedtcf that Mr. Davls wotlld Sot a Kool plnce. Ile will probably be nppoinl r<1' LEAVlXG FOR HOMtt Senator Martin expects to roturn to ms farm. near Scotlsvllle, on Snttirdny. to Itna Mrs. Martin Jinvo spont the wlnmr nt tho Hotol Gordon, where thoy havo roMdpd for sevornl sesslons. The Senator Stas a great dcnl of work to dobetweefl noW nnd tho tlmo of hls departtiro, nt" tendlng to matters for ronstltuents at Ihe depnrtments. Hls mall is vory heavy. * :?Se'nntor(Danlel, who llvos nt the Bur icn. will not go home for several days. . He, too, hns many matters to look aftot and qulto a heavy correspondehce to cicnr U,Roprosentnllvo Jones nnd Mrs. Jones nnd tholr llttle glrl loft for tholr home in 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. — 20 March 1903

GOMPERS -PROTESTS .Asks Tampa Pollce to Protect Unlon Organlzers. HAVE BEEN THREATENED Two Members of Clgarmakers' Inter natlonal Unlon Warned to Leave Tampa onPaln of Death?Let ter Slgncd by Commlttee. I_ , : (By Aanoclntcd Pre??.) WASHINOTON, March 10,?Samuol Gompors, presldent of tho Amerlcan Fcdo ratlpn of Lnbor, to-day'sent tho follow? lng telegram: Washlngton, March 1D, 1903. Tho Chlcf of Polico, Tampa, Fla,: ln tho namo of organized labor, as well ns ovory llberty-lovlng. clllzcn, I dernund full protoctlon to our organlzers, James Wood and James A..Roberts, and othcts, whoso llyes have boen threatcnod. Theso mon I know to bo law-abldlng clllzens and would not bo guilty of an inilawful nct. Thoy liavo a right to orgunl/.c work ingmen, and, If nccessary, In dofonso of tholr rights, to strlke for tlic ontorceinnnl of them, lf no othor mcans of redresn ls afforded. Tho kldnnpplng nnd tnnklng away wlth a number of Tampa's workmon Imih than two years ugo wnrrnuts bellef that tho pr...

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. — 20 March 1903

The Times-Dispa tch l?ubllshtd Dally and Weekly nt No, : North Tenth -Street, RIchmond, Va. Entered Junuary zh 1?o3, at RIch? mond, Va., as second-Class , Matter, Under A6t Of Corn gr?ea of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TlMES'DISPATCH la aold al 8 eenta a eopy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH la ?eld at 6 centa a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? ' BO cents a month, $5.00 a yenr, $2.B0 for alx months, $1.50 for three months, SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln? fcludlnn Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, B cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1,00 year. '" All Unslnned Communlcatlons will be rajected. : Rejected Communlcatlons will not be ?returned unless accompanled by stampB. - Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No/ 619 East Brond Street. 'f,RIDAT, MARCH 20, 1903. | A DANOEROUS MOVEMENT. \ Wo aro distrossed to bear that a movo ? ment has boon'started to amend tho Con? stltutlon so ns to mako tho emporary ...

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. — 20 March 1903

GAME LAW ENGROSSED ? he Senate Puts on Irnportant Amendments. TENCE BILL DISM1SSED iThli Actton Taken After Long Debate In House?Bill to Make Aclditlonal Approprlallon for Capltol Re-, palrs It, Oofeated. The. Bonato devotod atmoat tho entire Hay yesterday td a further dlscusslon of the genoral gamo law hlll, whlch, .after bolng amonded In somo roapoctsi was or flored to Its engrossment. An amendment was offered by Mr, Bry iinl and adopted, oxomptlng non-resldent "fiUnters who own land In tho Stato from ? tho payment of .tho $10 llcenso tax,lm .<posed upon other non-resldent hunters. Mr. Wlckham secured tho adoptlon of inothcr Irnportant amendment, forblddlng ?amo wardens to go upon tho lands of janother wlthout tho other's consonr, un llcss armed wlth a soarch warrant; pro "vldcdj that Buch gamo warden may arrest 'any person for vlolatlng tho law ln the Wresence of suoh warden.' Mr. Byars, of Bristol, offered a resolu ' tlon, which was roforred, deslgned to 'group the terms of t...

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. — 20 March 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From ihe Cities and Towns of Virginia. GAJESAT NORFOLK Inspects Deep Water and Ter minal Facillties of tlie Port VETO FOR THE CARN1VAL ^our-Masted Schooner Glldden, Which Went Ashore on the North Carollna , Coast Has Gone to Pleces?The Crew Not Heard From. i (Spcclnl to Tbo Tlmcs-Dlspntch.) NORFOLK, VA? March 1!>.?John W. Gates and a party of Now York frlouds, includlng Beveral ladies. arrl'vod bero thls mornlng from Jncksonvllle nboard Mr. Gates' prlvate car on tho Soabonrd Alr Llno Rallway. Jamos M. Barr, ot tho Seaboard, mot hlm nt tho traln nnd qs corted hls party to the Seaboard tug Dorothea, on.which the party wns taken over 'tho hurbor to the iiavy-yard and down Hampton Roads. The presonco of ladies ln the party robs tho vlslt of the gTeat manlptilntor of buslness slgnlfi cance. Nwertholcss, Mr. Gntes ex prcssed tho deslro to beebmo acqtialnt ed wlth tho tronsportntlon and deep wnter termlnal facillties ot thls port, ot which ho hns heard so much. ...

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. — 20 March 1903

WILL BUILD llberty Polnt Assoclation Is Formed at Fayettevllle. .- ( PATRIOTS OF CAPE FEAR Tha Object of Ihe Organlzatlon lt to Do Honor to Signera, of Llberty Resolu tions of duna 19, 1775, a Year Before tha Declaratlon, (Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlipsteh.) FAYBTTEVILBE, N. C? March 10.? It has already be?m shown ln thls corro apondonoo to Tho Tlmps-Dlspatch that on tho 19th df Juno, 1775, moro than a year beforo tho natlonal Declaratlon of Indopendonco, tho patrlots of tho uppor Capo Fcar, In tho colony df North Caro l)na, aBsombled at what la now "Llberty Polnt," at the interseotlon of Bow and Person Streots, In this olty, and passed rcsolutlons protcsting against the en oroachmonts of tho Brltlah.Crown. : rn tho Clty Hall, ut 4 o'clock yosterday afternoon, a largo gathorlng of citizens, includlng many promlnont Fayottovlllo! ?womon, was called to ordor by Mr. F. R." Roso, wlio, after explainlng tho object of tho meeting, rcqueatcd Mr. II. McD. Hob Inson to preside. A Blberty Polnt A...

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. — 20 March 1903

SENATE ADJOURNS ? f\ " ??. ?-? fuban Treaty Ratllled and Extra Sesslon Ends. CONGRESS MUST CONCUR Thls Amendment Was Made a Part o the Convention-Some Dlscusslon Over Making Speechea on the Canal Treaty Publlc. (Hy AfBoclutcd Prcss.) WASHINOTON, March 10.-A1ter ratl fylng tho Cuban rcclproclty treaty, tho Sonate adjournod slno dlo to-day at ilt teen mlnulos past flvo o'clock.. Practl cally the entire day wns spont behiiid closed doors In exocutlvo sesslon. Most of Tho tlmo wns dovotcd to conslderation of tho Cuban treaty. Sovora spocc os wero mado ln opposltlon to tho trca y Tnd one ln favor of lt. nnd then, promptly at tho hour ngreed, 3 o'clock, votlng bo Ban. Roll-calls woro hnd on a numbor of amendments. and tho treaty Itself was mado tho subject of an nyo and no vote. Tho motlon to ratlfy was adopted by a ballot of 00 to 16, somowhat moro than a throe-fourthB voto, whoreas only a two-thlrds vote was necessary to se cure a ratlflcatlon. The dotallod vote ifollowsl ;-,-? ;. ?._-'...

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