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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Dents, Cart Iff Mvano* ONE CENT A WORD. MBLP WANTED— FEMALE. iEEs£Laj>t wanted for milliMeryT Apply Monday nt 524 East Broad Stroet. ■_[ Wante-d, several experienced roun« ladles on dross-mnklng. Call at once. 409 North Socond Street. WIANTKD, A RELIABLE HOUSE GIRL. Apply, with recommendations, at 11U in. Kranklln Stroot. - |6 PCJR HUNDRED FOR ADDRESSING en\-elo'poa| sond dime nnd stamp for full instructions; stendy work. C. E. MILLER & CO., Ely Bldsr., Chlcnso, Wanted, a first-class wati-kress to ko to tho country nour Richmond, *ood waires to satisfactory applicant. Apply MONDAY between 10 and 12 o'clock at 1203 Park Avenue. VIAIN WRITERB-HOMIS EMPLOYmont: filling small blanks; rate $25 per 1,000. Addressed Btamped envelope iIADIBS INDUSTRIAL LISAG oH, Desk 7t Chicago. __U>IH» DO PLAIN BBWING AT HOM E ; t» to $15. paid weekly; material sent freo SVerywriero. Semi stamped anyelopo for ■ particulars. WEBER J>TV"O. CO., B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

* MINIMUM OHARQE 25 Cants, CaihlnAdvaitei ONE OUT ! A ■ WORD. , HBLP WANTED--MAtB. _ WANTED, BOYS FR WI4 TO 18 YEAR-! oasy work, good pay. ..Rcjpprt at our fac- . ' lory, Hospital and Mill Btrnetß. fit 7A. Wanted -25 Abie-Bodied Men to Wheel Sand. Appl.V at Wharf bolow' Old Domiiiion at 6 A. M., Monday *" und Tuesday. GOOD WAGES PAID. SITUATIONS "WANTED— MALE. WANTED Btf 'A STRICTLY "*SOBBn ■ Kentlohian, .a. position "RS .collector or somo oth«r light work. Addroas "A, M.," cara this office \ . WANTBD, BOARDjartS FOR SECOND story rooms; a room always for translent. 201 Boat Franklin. ROOMS POR RENT.' / FOR RENT-FRONT ROOM, WITH OH without board! two gentlemen prqfqrred. No. S Lucke Avonuo. Barton HelghU. . WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOUR LARGE connecting rooms -.on second -floor, with b_th and cold water. Appjy 221 Governor Street. • WANTED TO RENT. WANTED, TO RENT OR BUY, ON monthly payments, a small houso In town or suburbs, on, car line. Addrewi B. M., care this office. BUSINESS WANTS. WA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

IW KOUNG MEN ACQUITTED three Tried on a Very Gravo Charge at Raleigh, AN ANTI - SALOON CARD Leader of the Movement In North Car* oltnaSays It Is Not the Purposa ' ' .' of tho Organization to Form a New Party. (Special to Tho Tinies-Dlspatch.) .RALEIGH, N. C. April 18,-Three young white men-Joe Slmth, Will Putney and Arthur Oooch— wore tried hero to-day/ by Justices Reid and-Womblo on . tho chargo of a criminal assault- 7 upon Ophelia O'Nioll, a fourteon-year-old girl. A number of sensational reports as to tho oMair had beon published by a local paper. and,tharo woa a big crowd. Tho hearing, however, developed no evidence, so tho court hold, of outrage, and the prisoners wore- discharged. Mr. JV W. Bailey, editor of the Biblical , ' .Rocorder, who Is manager of the AntiSaloon League movement In North Carolina, has Issued to tho papers of the State a card, In whloh ho deolarog that the league Is not a movement' to establish a now political party In tho State, "but to improve the parti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

0 THE INLAND WATERWAY Mayors Preparing for Visit of Chairman Burton. WATERFRONT LAND SOLD A Young Woman Hu Applied for Permlatlon to See thr Execution of Bam Watter.— Flrat Application from a Woman In Norfolk. (Special to Ths Timss-Dlspatoh.) NORFOLK, VA., April 18,-Mayor Baird, ■f Portsmouth, came here this morning |o meet Mayor Kiddlck, Captain James W. McCarrlck and other cltlsens Interested In tho reception of Chairman Burton, who Is to come here In tho lntorest of the Inland waterway ' route that is promoted <rom here by sounds to the south. There will bo a co-oporatlon among the oltlzons of the cities and the county for tho purposo of getting an appropriation from Congress to extond the waterways and make them navigable for larger vessels. interests allied with John H. Rodgers, probably tho largest handler of ootton In tho Stato of Virginia, hay» purchased valuablo property fronting on Bli*a,beth Kivor. The tract la bordered on one- side by the Norfolk Warehouse Ass...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

19 rrSr ROLLING Big Contest to Take Place Here Soon, BALDACCI AND VALDHAOHI P reversal Interest Manifested in tho Great National ' Game of Italy. Rivalry Among Friends of the Contestants. Within tho noxt fow weeks, or as soon •-•< the weather. settles down, bo that P«ot»lo may enjoy outdoor games, thero will bo a big cheese-rolling contest In this city. , • Several weeks ngo Mr. Chnete Trafieri •ent out a challengo for any ono to meet Mr. Paul Valdraghi In a' championship ieontcst for a trophy. A letter was received from Boston, signed M, Dolllnl, In which It was stnt.ed that tho writer would accept the challenge. No particulars wore given, and after a reasonable time had passed nnd nothing further wns heard from 13osLon, the incident, so far as Bolllnl was concerned was considered closed . ■ M- 4 VALDRAOHI VS. BAU3ACCI, Now a match' has heon arranged botwfien Mr. Valdrnghl and Mr. Frank Bat. «Jaco!v both well-known Richmond athletes and expert 'cheese-rollers. These two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

RICHMOND, VA., SUHDAY, APftIL 10, 1903.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

A Confederate Officer's Description of Hanover County ABOUT TO ENTER BATTLE . The Dlllord Family; a Member of it Gives His Impressions of Soldier Life. Anocdotes and Rotniniscences. PorsonalSi Etc., Etc. ' oi nil the. communications wn io«!vb upon the BuW&t of Contedesat? wnr, "or." is more Interring than arpies of letters written from tho oaniW «* ?™" c 6W or -oldlors and wnt to th,lr nlrndb at home. The following loiter wa S yr '\°* from Hanover county .lust, b ? tors he 1 ebrining of the. Sovon Day' B Ball e and j« accriptl'vo of events leadlDß up to Gen/•«ral Loo', movements .against .McClollan ■on the Chlc*afcominy.,Tho write r.U no^a recent of Meridian, Tex., and the sl«t<* \t Ihn letter eliow'6 that tno wmor w Sr^BtoJan descont,. and trat hi* com111104 The Oaks.' Hanover county Va.,^ Miss T.ucy DlUard, J^aksvlllo, Kocklnsletter to me dlrottedin care of tt« Secretary « War at Riclunond. roaoho^ mo at Wine We . I am sorry that you nro so muoh dl.ssntI.OeS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

Wife of Col. Lynch (Irish M&rtyr) Tell's Husband's Life Story ■ BY B. W. WORTHfcOP, (CotryHght *B°3» /b y Central News and tress Exchange.) Shall Colonol Arthur Lynch bo froo?. That In 11 attention which Is now coming %ury tnuoh to tho front, not only In England, but throughout tho British dotnlrtlonn, . .'/ Tho doponod Irlnh member of Parliament, now uorvlhfr a Ufa nontoncd for "iraltoroim outs," BUndo a Rood ohanco of soon obtaining ht» liberty, Many potltloiiH ur© foolng propafod In Mm fuvuri Homo of thn most Influential prrjiona In England huvo his Interest at ttuko, and tho Jrlsh loadora aro doing their bout to bring nbout tho liberation of tha rooont member oE the city of Galwny. Ono pernon In England Ih giving up hor lVfn In hla ciiUßo, This Ib Mm, Arthur liynch, who, ovor elnco tho trial, hon boon unaoaslng In hor offortH to oxtrloato her Jiunlmnd from tho torrlblo position In which his .Impetuosity and peculiar tomjjcrnment have plncod him. H It Is nny consolati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

For the Woman who Wants to know. For the Son and Daughter who Neccl to Know. For the Business flan Too Busy to Know. jimerican tfffairs. NON-PARTISAN J-fIFFERSONIANS. The most notable observance of Jefferson Day was that of the Jefferson Me- / niorlal Association of Washington, D. C, whoso object Is to cultivate respect for tho nuthrsr of the Declaration nf Independence regardloßS of pnrty nffilinllons. ' W. J. Bryan, Senator Horn 1 and Chnrles Emory Snilth werothe prlnciplo speakers, I denting- -with various aspects of Jefferson s mariyialded character. HILL ATTACKS ROOSEVELT. Dnvld B Hill hns boon talked , about -again ~as a presidential candidate on nccount of a spooch he made at Albnny boforo tlio Democratic elltors of New York State on Jefferson Day. He pointed out the parallel between tho speeches of President Roosevelt nnd that of Secretary Root in New York last October, deprecating tariff tinkering. Speaking of tho next national campaign, Mr. Hill said: "The Issue Is made up...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

0 EUROPEANS MEETSQUEEN Royal Life In Russia Beset i with Dangers. i. THE RULERS ALL AWAY h Swarm of Royalties Entertained by the King of Denmark Who Lives as Simply as a Well to do Merchant— Astors Quest of Prlnfce. J3T PAUL LAMBETH. / (Special/ Cable to Tho Times-Dispatch,' Copyright, 1905.) LONDON, April 18,-Tho Dowagor-Em- ) press of Russia was one of tho royal par- / ty in Denmark to 'meet Queen , Alexanj flria. i . Her llfo has had more than its share of ,' i Russian terrors. Once, it is said, she / found a curious little Jewel caso on tho Emporor's dressing table, and on picking It up found it surprisingly heavy. Taking It Into her own room sho placed ! It In a basin oil water and sent for tho j Profect of Polfce, who found It to bo one | of the most Ingenious Infernal machines / devised by tho hand of man. ' One night, In tho Wlntor Palace, when / Alexander 111. was still alive, tho 13m- / press Is said to have heard a slight noise t In his room. jWlth remarkable presence of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

THE DANVERS JEWELS"" OF THRILLING Ilif EBESt BBILLIAHTLY TOLD j ! IIBr HpeolaJ Arrang'enwht with Harper & Brother.) CHAPTJfIK 1. 1 was on the point of leaving India and returning to England whon he sent for tne. At least, to bo accurate— and 1 am always accurate— l was not qulto on tho point, but nearly, for I waa going to Mart by tho moll on the, following day. 1 had been up to Government House to take my leave a few days before, but Sir John had been too 111 to aeo me, or at least he had said ho waa. And now he w»a much worse-dying, It seemed, from alt flocounts, ajid ho had sent down a native servant In the noonday heat with a note, written In hlu shaking old hand, begging me to come up aa Boon aa it became cooler. He said ho had a commission which he was anxious I should do for him in England. Of course I went It was not very convenient, becftuso I had to borrow one of our fellow's traps, as I had sold my own, Jind none of them had the confidence In my driving which ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

Swing* In boxing are not only effective us blow*; their practice affords a splendid moans of Indulging In advanced phyalcal culture. To deliver a right or left hand swing effectively requires quickness of "eye and extraordinary agility of the entire body, Honoe, the correct use of muaolos In groups are taught, and the boxer learns how to use them 00-ordlnatety In the shortest possible time. He get* an altogejttier different training and. tdna of musoular power than In the K. B. C.'s of , physical culture, wh^n he exercised each tnuscle, or small set, without any regard to Its neighbors. The dodging and duelling often necoalory to escape swings or counters Is also ■.<o exercise. If brings all the nock and waist muscles Into play, aa the simpler Conns of physical culture cannot do. A tnan who can dodge or duck well cannot flo other than develop a strong waist and •l well-roun dud neck. / A Bwlng Bhould be delivered when the ppponent Is coming 1 toward your right or left. If...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

■ OBSERVATIONS OF FIVE CONTINENTS. Such Astronomical Plants As Professor Pickering Would Bring Together in a World-Wide Combination. (Speclal Correspondence to The TJmesDlspatch.) CAMBRIDGE, MASS., April IS, 1953.— What. a million dollars would do for the science of astronomy; how a great benlflcont trust might bo formed among the world's leading astronomers; how, a board of advisers, consisting In part of directors of tho principal observatories of the United States and In part of older astronomers retired from active work, could apportion the Incomo from such a sum of money In such manner that tho best posslblo astronomical use would bo mado of It— such In essence Is an astronomer's thoroughly practical dream described In a special report Just issued by Professor Edward C. Pickering, director of the Harvard Astrojipmjjpn'j Observatory, on the subjeot of the "Endownment of Astronomical Research." And It Is a dream that, considering tho fact that the endowment of the observatory In ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

the Plain Easter Girl. V*m# demur*, and nun-like tray *i ladle* cloth street \J gdwfi Is' rtitllt. T nf) Bkln '8 'Intiß, tiM \* tYlmm*<l \ with straps of 'gray "Hfc Oti'oiltnsr aldo, from the front. gore to tho back and reaching from the walat to tho knees, an ovorsklrt Is set. The Eton Jacket Is pouchod In front and has a stole- \ »hapod collar,, heavily appllqued ln,-.nusslan loco, 1 It Is Btltchod in dark-gray silk and the etole ends are finished J with gray silk ttissols. , , . The hat Is of dark-gray : stray faced./ with light-gray ; 7chltton 1 appllqued In Ilusslan lace, and the crown Is of '. lace and chiffon. Dainty Scarfs of Chiffon. SCARFS of chiffon and silk moussollno will bo vory popular this year, both for house and street wear. Many of them are three yards long and are oxquisltoly embroidered. One of pale pink chiffon has daisies and pansios embroidered on the ends. Tho edges aro worked In white tiny scallops. Sun-Ray Pleated Skirts. THB sun-ray pleated ski...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

10 out"llio oyon0 yonn I 'ln 'iS^n^L^scoit^tho groon sward of the grid-Iron nnd lays low Ills opponent, with swift nnd dejuWy tackle In Hip gnme of foot-brill. In nio enrly spring lift flßlitß his own comrades tooth nnd nail around n. wooden fctlßh oallod "the bowl," because ho Is a "frosnman" or a "sophomore," as the case may be. And once a year, Just to show that his life Is not all muscle and black eyes, ho i Jnces himself Insldo a twenty-four-inch corset, puts on a dainty skirt nnd hlghJiecied slippers, nnd 'trips around UlO stage in the dances, sours nnd choruses of thn jolly Mask nnd Wig. For fourteen years ho has done this, md after three, months of preparations, ■ lie Is, to come forward In his fifteenth, nnd greatest effort of all, nnd will appear at the Academy, In this city, on Tuesday night next for the bonoflt of tho ' .Virginia Hospital nnd the Virginia table of the Confederate Bnznar. The organization which numbers a hundred men. Is brought hero at great expense. Last...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

EFE AND LETTERS OF POE, BY HARRISON, REPUBLISHED Anna Katherinc Green's New Detective Story, "The Filigree Ball^Laughlirv rind WillisV : /'RecipfOcity,'*' ; Todd's, "The Real .Benedict' Arnold. 11 i-, "IntheTrailofthe ; Pack> Mul4 M . tHlffl RBAIi.BBNMDICT ARNOIiD. By Charles Burr Toddj A B Barnes ft Co., publishers tf4yn York. ILSO net. Thi author ot the "Trtie Aaron* Burr" Irna here undertaken to apply a' almllar coat of '/whitewash, to th* execrated niemory. of , Benedict N Arnold. ■'--;- < Aftd not Without the appearances of success. The devil can quote«3crlpture"tor h> purpose and anybody -bent,, upon proving black; to bo white can doso If yoit, are willing to changn your opinion.' and transfer the names. v The author -floys that while not eoridohing Arnolds re emphttBlioß \ Arnold's .,, invaluable V'sorvlcea to America and shows- conclusively that fouri times ho saved thol-oause of the Colonios. 'And thon Mr. Todd gives what he calls, tho l,rue...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

A DULL DAY IN THE KATZENJAMMER HOUSEHOLD, ALPHONSE, GASTON AND THEIR FRIEND LEON IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS. A Story of Thrilling Adventures and Never-Failin& Politenss. In Three Chapters. Chapter 3. BYNOPBIB OF PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS: Alphonse and Gaston Jell from the top of the c »" , ■ .^ ; JJ ,,, ; , : .,,,' "'. „; ;, .,,,! - .-.■■..,..:..,■- ;■ O^rrtitl, IMI. M W. ft. Hwrrt. O«,ai Nt|ttt« W»lit» n«trr«d.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

EDITORIAL SECTION. TUB TtMMH, JfOUNniitf 1886 THE i DISPATCH, fOONDIfIU 1830. ELABORATE CELEBRATION Arrangements Just Completed for Bi-Centennial of Wesley SEVERAL BISHOPS COMINC Exorcises Will Continue Through Four Days— Many. Distinguished Ministers to Participate. Elaborate anil Impressive exercises will distinguish the celebration In this city next monrh of. the bl-centcnnlal of the birth of John Wesley, founder of Methodism. Tho arrangements for tho event, which will be muile one of most unusual lmiTortdnco, have just been completed, and His first de:'.«lto announcements were made yesterday. For four days, beginning In tho mldlo oC next month, the distinctive (le-ctrlnea of Wesley will Be promulgated from local pulpits,' sermons willbo preached, mans-mootlngs and special aorvlcen will bo liold, and every effort will be ra;ulo to muku this influence --of-. 1 Methodl.'im felt throughout the community, Three bl»!iops of Uio church, possibly four, all distinguished men, will be pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

* WEDNESDAY CLUB MUSIC The Coming Festival Will Be the Best Ever Given Here. ON APRIL 27TH AND 28TH Tho inualo festival to bo givon by tho \y«dne.tday Club April 27th njid Eftth in Die Academy of. Aluslo will probably bo th 6 most lntorestlng musical event that hsis occurred hore- for years. Apart from the progratninea, whioli are ot oxcoptioiial Interest, the ooncerla are to mark the oolebration o^ tho tenth blrtliday of tho club and to take) tho form of a testimonial to tho orgnnlstnUon. The club has done much to n rouse and foster interest In all that Is best In Uie Blorlouß art of wfiloh it ia tho foroinoat exponent heru. Its support anil pro&resslveneas should be," as Indeed they aro, a source of prldo and gratification lo the. pooplo of TtTchinond. Tho Wednesday Club was organlzod In February, IS?3, nt the house of ono of Its msrabors, with thirty mombors. It met onoe a wo<?k at tho «am« plnoi^, and besan tho rehearsal of Gluck's opnra "Orhpous." This op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

A Hurricane Of Bargains in Ladies 9 Wearing Apparel. Talhr-Mxidc Suits. ' Broadaloth flulte, oollnrless blouso, taffota lined blouse trl.mtnod with straps and buttons, skirt now flaro, trlmmod with three circular straps, tunlo effect, $IG.OO. Nobby. Mtoilso Sulta, gray can vafl oloUi, collarlcHS blouuo, triple shoulder oapos, full sleeves, blouse taffota lined, now tucked flare skirt en tralno, $20.00. Louis XIV "SuHfi, cloth and etarnlno, coals silk lined, Shoulder oapos, white vents, tucked, and tunic skirts, $25.00 and $.'10.60. Thalhimer's Milli- Some very special values in Trimmed and Untrimmed Ready-to-Wear Hats. A Bplomlld quality of Jumbo Brnld Sailors, i;->q_ with leather sweat bnnds, cotno in block, and white, «•'•-'»■' .Black Chiffon Hats, with horßO hnlr or straw 01 en crowns, tucked brim, at *'«*W Mlbsch' and Children's Ttwcnn Flats, In tho new patterns. A spray of 110 wers or a pretty bow >g f q>i en will mnko ono of theso a stylish hat...

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