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

IR MUTUAL INSURANCE A Move Inaugurated by the i Vehicle Association. A VISIT TO SEVEN PINES — Visitors Attend the Academy— Officers ■ Be Elected to-Day and the Convention to Wind Up With a Banquet To-Ntght. After " thoroughly Interesting business Bcsalon yoslorday .morning, at which a matter of miich consequence to all members was discussed at somo tho convention of Vehicle Associations, now in BCHslon In Itlchmond, adjourned at noon for dinner, after which tho entire party was <lrWon to fieven Pines on a ammber of ' trolloy cars. Tho afternoon was spent In being shown over the historic battlefield, and tho roturn was made later, in tlmo for tho visitors to see tho "French Maid" trip tho light fantastic on tho boards at tho Academy. Altogothor tho day was pieaaant to the buggy makers. ELECT OFFICERS. The convention' will bo brought to a cloho thla aftorjioon, after tho annual election of blllccrs and tho selection of tho next mooting place. But tho festivities attendant u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

DIFFERENT PLATFORM Ett One Will Be Nothing Like Last Says Daniel, ED MUCH MORE MONEY Volume Entirely Too Small for Proper Conduct of Business of the Country. Shudders at Result If Gold Production Should Decrease. Tlie Tlmea-Dlspn-tch Bureau, No, 1417 a Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, April 8. ■We should not select a candidate or makes a platform In 1903 for tho campaign of'lflM." said Senator Daniel Joday. O "But I can sfty this," ho added, with great ulg-nWcanoo, "the platform the Democrats will ndopt noit year will be rery different from the ono adopted lit Ohloago !n 1890, or at Kansas City in 1900. It would be foolish to try conclusion* on those Issues again, or with Mr. Bryan as a loader. It has twice been demonstrated we cannot win in that way." . ■}.'■', Aa suggoativo of the character of the next platform, tho following remark by Senator Daniel was highly interesting: "One of the most widely known E.Q1 publicans in this country told me a few days ago that there was tho unani...

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

NEITHER TO MAKE MOVE Council Must Act on Street' Cars Carrying Malls. THE GOOD OF THE PEOPLE Would Not Benefit Either tho Post' Office or tho Management of , the Trolley Lines— Some Interviews. There litis boon no now development In the movement to havo tho mnils trans"\forrod between tho gonoral ppatolllco \ml sub-Btatlons sliicq tho exchange of iotters botwoori Postmaster Wray IV ''Knight find CJonorul Manngor S. W. Huff, of tho Virginia (passongar mid Power Company. I'ostintistor Knight yesterday Htuted to a Tlmea-Dlspatch reporter that ho did not know of anything that could bo done until tho. Council took such action as was necessary to permit tho Passongcr and Power Company to conIract with tho federal government, Ho untlclpatcd, however, that the Council ■would tttko tho matter up without delay. Mr. Knight seemed confident that tho i Council would pass an ordinance In tho , nature of uu amendment to the franchise of tho company ho as to perihlt such n contract. PISOPIJJS WOULD...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

10 MARKET INACTIVE ■roly 300.000 Shares hanged Hands Yesterday. LESS PRESSURE TO SELL I ere Was Effective Support at Somo •olnts Where Selling Wns Contln-"ft-.qgd—Money Marked Considared Favorable. f(Hr AinooUtod Presn.) ' NBW YORK. April S.-To-day 's bjislnoea on tho Stock Exchange npßifß'ited baroly 300,000 shares, which la buck tp tlio !j -low level of activity. The faot that Frlday Is the dnte also for the expiration of the Southern Pacific pool confirmed the • disposition to knep out ot tho marke l . There la an almost Infinite varloty of oorijoctures as to what the pffoct : of this Will bo upon the market at lurge. Iho • distinct eiLlng of the money market yesi«rdn.v seemed to gvo rollef from the • pressure of Mauldatlon. To-day there wajj aCtlnot relaxation of this prewure to Bell and effeotlve support at some po nts^ whero the selling was continued, but the market -continued to hang In a suspended and Inanimate condition, i Yesterday's weakness in ith-o United States Stool s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 April 1903

ONE GENT A' WORD. MINIMUM OHAME 26 Cents, CnhlnAdvanoi help WAwree-rPeMALe. (WANTKI:), A SALESLADY. AT MRS. BBAn'S, 1423' East Main Street. Wanted, a refined young (white) AVOMAN, not undor 28, ai) nurse for Infant! references required. Address Mrs. WE BLOANB, South Norfolk, Va. .TVANTISD, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT to go north Immediately. Apply 1000 Wost Avenuo between hours of 12 and 3 P. M. Thursday or Friday. WVANTKft. GOOD, STRONG WHITE WOMAN, keep store room and do general work; must be willing workor. Apply .LEXINGTON HOTEL. Ranted, ladies to Make neckwear from samplo; oxpr-rlenco not neceflnnrvi steady work; good pay. Send nelfndflresKcjfl stumped envelope. IDEAL MFG. CO., 60S West 133 d St., Now York. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE, .WANTED, AT ONCE, PdSITION BY an experienced lady stenographer, with good references. Address Miss J. ( care this office. T/ADY OF EXPERIENCE JDESIREB position during summer months or by fall; teacher of English,' Mathematics, Fronch, Calisthenics, Pian...

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

1¥ P Miller G Rhoads. ( Miller Ct Rhoads. WSATH&R FORECAST— Thursday fair; warmer in western portion. ONLY THREE DAYS UNTIL EASTER, Easter Suits For $7.50 REDUCED FROM $ 1 0.00 iucl the reason for the reduction is this: Our Suit business has been bettor spring than ever boforo in our history— and that's just th© reason wo can afford to offor the $10 suits at a reduction for Eaater. It's something unusual for a store to do this, we know; but it's one ' way we have sharing our prospoii Three styles of tho ten dollar suits reduced to '$7.50 as follows: All-Wool Mixture. In small checks, . with collarlcss Eton and an unllned skirt. ■ Plain Melton, In Castor and Orny, jnade with a Norfolk Jacket. ' All- Wool Venetian, with a taffeta- Ribbons For Easter. Wo have some elegantly made-up roses ' of satin taffeta rluuon In all ehndes that you can hardly toll' from the genuine rose when It's In the hair or on tho corsago BOc. each. Satin Back Velvet Ribbons, In tho newest shades of...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

T. TUB TIMrtS. fOUNDBIJ ISBO. THIS iJlHiU'i'Cil, FOUNUKU 1850, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS /' THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, April 13.— Forecast for Blilftlng winds, becoming northwest. Wed- ■ '"North Ca'roliiiii-Hhowoi-s Tuesday morning, followed by copier wcathor; brisk to ■liiKh weat to northwoat winds. . "Wgdnosr day fair, with rising temperature In weatern portions. , Rain fell periodically yoflterrtay umlun.4ll Into Inst night, the tompcraturo being ut tltni'B Homowhat chilly, xno wuallKir prophet promlHOH more raln.io- , dny with high winds mid cooler to-,mor-i row. •STATK OP TUB THI3RMOMI«7rBR. \» A. M X 132l 32 M : [" S I', it $ It P. M i*} •) P. M r J\ 12 midnight Average .v. , • &12 " 3 Highest tp.mporaturo yesterday 50 Lowest tomperaturo yPHtcrduy.. • *> Mean tempcraturo yoHterday.... pi Normal tfiinperaturc for April.... 'w Dcparturo from normal temperature, vi MINIATURE ALMANAC. April 14, 1003. •lfiun rises, 6:3S HIO-M TIDE. flun nets i):W -Morning y»{\j moo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

•ivenlnrr Post, to-dny on the Northern Seci Itles 00-io t>nys: J The result ot the decision, If it be cottflr nftd upon annual, must necesgßrlly b« fai'-reaohiiiff. The doeislon pmctlcally cs|a llshos this. Thnt'nnyth!n« done which •w 1 put it In tho power of any company to restrain Industry and trade, is Illegal *v n If the very reverse of such restraint Is Intended, as has no doubt b*°* the bO a flde purposo of the lnoorpor*.t*rs of th Northern Bocurltlcs Company. Thus n« n loslrnl conprqupnoo <hn rnw^r thn Pennsylvania possesses to Influence Baltimore A Ohio and other corporate mnnftgoments, all the power tho Now Vbtk Central possoses to direct the . lA«e : Bhore, Michigan Central nnd the' Nloklo Plate Companies management, or the New York, New Haven and Hartford s Influence over the New England road, evon 1 if suoh power of Influence as actually exercised be beneficial to the public. Is Illegal, This In the danger In the situation, which has now boon create...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

GAMPBELLV CASE AGAIN It Will Be Taken Up by the Senate at Noon To*Dayi WILL RAISE MANY POINTS Will Likely Be Contended That He Should Have Twenty Days, Notice j Before the Senate Proceeds to Take Action. Action on the Joint resolution proposing; to remove Judge Clarence J. Campbell of AmiioiHL, will bd^tho topic of grealost Interest In the General Assembly to-day, ■ s'h.o Houso having paused by an over-. . whelming voto the Joint resolution to retnovo Judge Campbell, It will now bo In order for the Sunato to lako Hiich action us It h<;c» Ik in tho case. Tho matter will come before tho Senate as a special order for 12:10 P, M., this disposition having boon made of tho mat-ter-when the Senate had been ofticlully Informed of the action of the House. Just what tho procedure In the Somite will be' cannot bffl iirmolutely foreseen, und thero wero too few memoers of that body In the city yesterday to enable ono to ascertain .What would probably bo done. • It can bo positively st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

The Timas-Dispatch lalUhed Dally and Weekly nt No. A lorth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., a« Second-Class Matter, undei' Act of Congress of March 3, IS?9' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH l» «old •t 2 cents n copy. The SUNDAY TIMBS.OISPATCH Is •eld at D cents a copy., DAILY TIME3-DISPATCH by mall— 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.N> for •Ik month*, $1.60 fop three months. SUNDAY TIMES. DISPATCH by mall, (3,00 a year. j '■ The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in' eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 16 cents per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cent 9 per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 51.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo 'rejected. Rejected Communications will " ot b8 returned unless accompanied by stamps. ■Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. i 619 East Broad Street. / TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1303. NOW FOR ACTION. ! One of the most importnnt measures .before tills General Assembly, la that (jtnovm aa. Senate bill No. 225, introduced In Febr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

GRANTING CHARTERS , Suggestions Made by the Corporation Commission. WILL OFFER A SUBSTITUTE Section to Tako ths Place In House Bill j 102 of That Bearing Upon Iho ./ , Mothod of Creating Corporations. iTho Joint Committees of the Sonato on •■Courts of Jußtlco and Hoods and Internal Kavlgallon hold a further silling on Wcd-ric-Kday afternoon, April Bth, which tho, 'Members ofc tho Corporation Commission otlonded, ahd, at tho request of tho corninlttoo, continued thnlr suggestions as to tho provisions of House bill No. 102, concerning tho creation and powers of corpo- ' rations.' Tho chairman of tho commission, continued to act as ItH spokesman, and addrcssod tho committee at length. According to Information obtained by a TlmosDlspatch reportor, tho commission pointed out that under sub-section (c), In tho .''first chapter, It might be possible that on a slnglo charter tho purposes of Incorporation might bo so stated as to onjabUi tho corporation to engage In several kinds of buMlnesß...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

* PORTRAIT OF CAPT. M'CABE ■■■'.:'". /Presented to the University of Virginia by His Old Boys. ADDRESSES AND A POEM Hon, Alexander Hamilton Presents the I Picturo and Professor Thornton Recelvesit— Mr. Gordon's Poem, "The Head Mas tor." CSpcclnl to The Tlmrs-IHspntcli.) £ .UNIVERSITY OP VIRGINIA, VA., April J3.— The presentation by his "Old Boys," of nn oil portrait of Captain Win. Gordon MoCabo, tlio distinguished educator, to the University of Virginia, took' place this evening. Dr. l'nitl 13. Barringcr. chairman of tlio faculty, presided. The presentation address wiis jnailo by the Hon. Alexander Hamilton, of Petersburs:, to which Professor William M. Thornton, ot the University, responded. The poem, "The Head Master," wns road by the Hon. Armlstead C. Gordon, of ■ Stau nton, i '■ The portrait Is a very correct production of tho features of the distinguished head master, whoso connection with tho University of Virginia, lias boon close In many respects. Ho Is a graduate ot tho in...

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

HE _ r _-. ] — CARNIVAL AT RALEIGH Preparations Are Going Forward In Satisfactory Way. TtyE CONTEST FOR QUEEN The Young Ladles Who Are Being Voted for aro Among the Most Prominent Society Folks of tho City, (Special to Tho Tlmos.tlliipntch,) HALBIOH, N. C,, April L 3 -Preparations for tho groat Knlgh'tfl ; of Pythias' ' Btroct fair and merchants' carnival to ba , lield horo In May aro progressing liy » manner highly satisfactory to thoso !n charge. Indications aro that largo crowdJ will bo attracted from tho country and neighboring towns. Tho contest for quoon of tho carnival Is growing In Interost, tho young ladies being votod for being among tho most prominent society folks of tho city. An equipment agreement between the Beaboard Air Idno and tho Gua£*attoo Trust Company, of Now York, for now rolling stock was entered for registration In tlio offlco ot Waro county Kbglstrar of Coods to-do,y. It provides for twonty-two conuolldntod engines and nlno passenger engines, mado by tho Ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

THE UNION AT IT AGAIN Old Vexed Question Cropped Up Yesterday. WHAT DR. GARDNER SAID Declared That Preachers Better Keep Out of Politics— Chair Overruled the Decision Preventing Discussion ofPapors. By the tlmo tho Ministerial Union of ;Rlohmond adjourned yesterday afternoon, after a long and lively session, It 'had practically reversed In part its action of weeks ago nnd had opened, howevor slightly, tho door through which, nccordlng to previous decision, no discussions were to come. The voto was close In tho extreme nncl was taken on a motion to sustain tho ruling of the Chair. A paper had been read and somo of tho ministers wished *o dlßouss It. A point of order wns raised bM the president ruled tho discussion out An tjipoal from tlio decision of tho Chair was nt once announced nncl tho 'Chair was rovorsed by a voto of 13 to ]2. The hour was late and no discussion followed, but tho voto remains, and unless it Is Itself reversed discussion of other papers can follow In tho future....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

EASTER IN ' CHURCHES All the churches Crowded on Sunday, THE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC Many .Fine Sermons Preached by the Pastors— The Great-Ser-vice at the Cathedral. , A beautiful and shlhlng tnornthg operated no llttlo to make tho attendance in tho churchos of Richmond on Easter Sunday larger, porhaps, than it has been for yoara. Many houses of worship wore filled to overflowing. Fine Mormons, breathing .' the spirit of tho rosurroctlon morn wero proachod. Choice and aWect music was »ung by tho woll-volced choirs. Beautiful flowers mndo many allflrs and oislos fragrant and bright. All waa Joyous and happy! in this celebration of the orowjilhg festival of Christianity; AT TIII3 CATHEDRAL, At St. Peter's Cathedral tho ceremonies were of an unusually Interesting and Impressive character. Tho church waa filled to the very utmost, and many wore forced to turn away, utterly unablo to necuro accommodation in tho way of seats or oven standing room. Solemn pontifical mass was celebratod by Bishop V...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

■* I HE DECISION TUNSSTOCKS (Northern Securities the One Thought of the Market. NO GUIDE FROM LONDON rie Sales Were Foverish nt the OpenIng, but ft Determined Support Checked First Decline— Drops Recorded from Two to Five Points. - (33r ARBOCIntcO rro(<s.) NEW YOlilC, April 18.— All other Ispuo« wore obscured In. to-day's stock marJtot by the consideration of the decision ' ragainst the legality of tho Northern Se- ■ turltles Company. Apparently the specjilallve community had worked Itself into fen -assurance that the decision might not .vitally affect tho standing of tho coin- , pany, or at; any rate that tho Intrlnstlc Value of the constituent elements oi tho company would be unimpaired under the : Uocislon. As the London Stock Exchnnßt.' remained closed to-day, tho locul market «l>enod again without any opportunity for '. Improsslons from that quarter. The re- .. unit was an extremely feverish and uijeottled tone In tho early transactions, but Uotermlnod sup...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

ONE I MINIMUM I..lftlil £Ij^ I I THESE ME THE WONDER I fls &. -V IS I*4' A I "111? «r 1 T 267.ni. A h lAffi- WORKING WftNT ADS. ||r| ]| mSb, T 2 ».« " ' TIT %$ WL I W W TWT BRIM aMITBT RESULTS. E& W 3^ UP) Mtaw WORD. 2 WORD. OrtlnMwwi | w^r * I I 11-——-' - ■■ I 1 I I I I 1. I i > , m«lf WAirrgp-raMAila, (Wanted, cook and housm "ut£ 'VANT: room furnishfd on lot Apply 2104 East Grace Street VaNTBD, FOtJR BXPKRtBNCBD FEmales In hinder*/ department , Agply « factory, Bowe and Marshall Str*«ui, THE BAUOHAMAN STAT'RY. CO. rYPBWRtTBR, LADY, k ETKPBHT, wanted for private secretary. Address JNO. DOB, car* this office. PANTED, A REFINED YOUNG (white) WOMAN, not under 26, a« nurse for Infant! references regulr«il Address Mrs, WM. SLOANW South Norfolk, Va. IWANTBD, SETTLED LAOT OF RBflnement, without encumb»rancse ana of unquestionable charaotar, .to ke«p house for widower! Southern lady preferred; reference required: photo to aocompnny application. Address Bo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 14 April 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. WuATHi-R FORECAST.— .Rain to-day. Forsythe's Linen Waists Everybody knows thnt Forsyte, of New York, is, tlio leading HV&ißfc house of tho United States. "When you say a "Waist is a Forsythe garment you havo said in one word that it is the acme of perfection in waists. I The Waists we advertise to-day are Forsythe's, „ Two styles nt'».W wch. In plain Llnen-ono with a narrow tucked front, tlio other with a widts pleat. Light and medium weights. . . Haudsonadly embroidered Waists at $9.98 and $9.48, finished in such a manner as only JForsythe can do. Spring Dress Goods Were Never More Attractive. Cream Mistrel, only a small lot, 50c, Cream Mohair, 38 inches wide, 50c. Cream Cheviot, 50 inches wide, heavy weight, 85c, Cream Egyptian Crepe, 45 inches wide, pure wool, 75c, When you see a, facbrlo advertised here as underprlced, or of extra val- . lie at a regular price, you're always $iv&» tJ^L**^ Social an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

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