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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

By ,T. B. Elarn A Co,, Real Estato Atjctloneera, EXECUTOR'S SAtm Bf. . PUBLIC AUCTION VALUABLE BRU^STORE PltOPERTt No. 228 W. Broad Sl., CORNER _MAD1S0N,, Wrrif T!IB TWO-8TORY FRAME DWISJjLINO IN REAR WiERBOF, Mo, 305 NoHhjMadlson Strwt. By v'lrtue of tho wllfor Mra, Kftthorlne Benf, deceased, nnd tor the purpose of Blvlaloti, I wlll aojl by publlo auctlon, pn Ihe promlBctt, on _: ._,?Y. ?? .?*.. MONDAY, "MARCH ,23. JW3,. , *t C o'clock P. M? tho valuable corner* ?tore property, No.KS W. Brond Streat. cornor Madlson," wlth lot 20x182 feet 11 Inches to an alley ln qomntpn 17 feet ? This store'ls a most substanltnt one, be Ing woll bullt, havlng three storles above reTlar, and I'esldes tWlar*9..%l"uX?t0h tlve storo thoro ls a good dwell ng wlth tho modern convenlenoes above the storo. ?whlch could easily, if dealrod, oo rented Indopendently of tlie store. T.ho- storei and Mwellln* la now undor an annual loaso of ?700 to an excollont tona.nt, and tho framn Jlwolllng In tho rear, known ...

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. — 22 March 1903

ALLOWSWIFE TO TESTIFY Interestlng Ruling of Judge Hanckel ln Dlvorco Case. AS TO FACT OF MARRIAGE Sho ls Not Ragarded as n Competent Wllness, However, ns to tho Acts for Which She Sooks Dlvorco. Trade-Mark Injunction Case. (Spoclil to The Timen-Dlspatdi.'l NORFOLK, VA., March 2L?Judge Allan R. Hanckel roversed the practice of tho court In divorco cases here to duy, Heretofore the party seeklng dl? vorco was not allowed to testlfy as to the promids for seeklng dlvorco. That wont bo far at tlmos as to exclude the testl mony of tho interestod partles aa to the fact of tho maarrlago. If the plalntlff clould not prove a marrlage, of course. ho dtvoroo could be granted. Attornoy B. A MoNoal, ln the sult of Vlctorla Shenery agalnst Enianuol Shenery, for flh'oroo. whloh was granted. to-day, show? od authorltles to the court whlch oliantred the practloe of the Court of Ltitv ond Cbanoory here, and allowed Mrs. Shenery to teatlfy asito the fact of her marrlage to the defendant ln 1898, when o...

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. — 22 March 1903

MR. GUNTER. WILL COME TO SENATE Mr. Matthews Declines to Run to Succeed the Late Dr. LeCato. M*r. S. Wllklns Matthews, the Dnlegate ifrom Accomac county,' wlll not bo a can didato for the State Senato to succeed. the lato Dr. Lo Cato. .-, - "I appreclate tho compliments pald me by members of the deneral Assembly," sald Mr. Matthews. "Many nlco tlhlngs havo been sald about me. In oomo ie spcctslt would have been vory agrefablo to mo lo havo been transferrod to. tho Benato. But I would havo had opposltlon; I would have had to leavo my post of duty horo and gone home to flght for tho nomlnatlon. Had I dono thls, tho Inter? ests of my pooplo mlght havo suffercd during my absenco. As chalrman of tho Commltto on tho Chesapeako and its Ti;ibutarJes in t!ho Houso, I can, perhaps, nccompllah as much for .the peoplo of my county as I could In the Sonate." Mr. B. T. Gunter. Jr., the. Common wcnitih's Attorney of A'ccomao, a young and ablo lawyer. ? wlll- prohnbly come to the Senato and wlll rc...

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. — 22 March 1903

OYSTERMEN JUBILAMT Slde-tracklng of the Famous Jordan Blll Causes Joy. TAXING OF F1SH WEIRS Pound Fishermen Advance Earnest Ar gumonls Thnt This Would Be Unjust and Unfair ? Their Troubles With Boats and Boatmon. (Bpf.elal to Tho Tlmoa-Dlspiitch,) YORJCrOWN, VA., Mnrch 2k?Th* oystermon of Tldewatcr nre oxcccdlngly jubllant over the slde-tracklng of tlio fatnouB .Tordnn blll In tho Vlrglnia Asseui Aly. They rngnrd tho Cnrdw'ell compro mlso as a pronounced vlclory for tlio tongmen's Interests. Tho Invosllgatlons of the commlf'ton oppolnted to lnqnlre Into the. merlta of tho flght. from both nldea, thoy are free to say and openly avow, /wlll cloarly sot forth tho Justlco .. of thclr clalms. Ropresentatlvo tong ^men, when asked as to their attltude In regard to the new st.atus of affalrs relat Ing to tho oyster legislation, heartlly on Jdorse tho commisslon. They aro a unll ea to the neccsslty of tho Stato havlng larger rovenues from tho oyster Indus? try, and also favors tho rental of ...

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. — 22 March 1903

li^patrl) RICHMOISTD, VAM SUNDAY, MAROH 22, 1903. Everything U a Specimen That Comes In Prof, Jyblltt8# Way ? "Ah! Isec my strabismus is blcssoming finelyl" "Hc's going to sleep. sure!" "Now I'll scarc him to death!'' "Great Scott! Wh*trsthis>" "Am Idreaming?" "Ah! It's a spinosa canceresus, anda fin? spwimen!"

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

IS WELLKEPT Berlln the Best Managcd Cap? ital !n All Europe. FINE BUILDINGS, STREETS Runs Gas and Electric Works at n Proflt and Makes Money by Insuring Its Buildings?Largest Real Estato Ownor ih Pussia. (Copyrlght, 1903, by Frank G. Carponter.) BERLIN, Feb. 28.?Berlln la tho best munaged city ln Europe. It haa uniform ly the bost buildings alid tho best Btreots. Tho Btreeta aro wldo aud well paved. Asphalt has Jbecn put down on most ,of ^? thom, and you can drop your hohdker I'liief rilniost tinywhcro without solling it. lElicro is no rubblsh to bo seen. 11 you throw n scrap of papor on .thc pavement la pollccmun may oiilor you to ))lck lt oip, aud if you loave a pllo at dirt ln your yard you may bo arrested. Tlio town is watched and evcrythlng ls mado pleaslng to tho oyo. All plans ?liavo lo be submlttod to tho city nrchl 1 tect and ov^ry slffli board Iuls to be ap jirovod beforo lt can go up. Tou cannot build a dog lionnel without tho approval of tho city fathcrs, und thoy re.gnl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

HORSESAND HORSEMEN Creenway Farm Tralnlng . Stable at Washlngton. OXNARA BUYS BEVERLY PL Sale of ^orney, 2.19 1-4? Rockland's 2 Year-Olds?Leesburg Hunt Club. Flaccus and Qnm Honeyat Ben nlngs?Other llems. Tho horsbs owned by Robert Brudlcy, Groenway Farm, Wlleox Wharf, Vu., are now at the Bennlngs track, Washlngton, and a number of thom wlll sturt at tho sprlng meoting of tho Washlngton Jockey Club, whlch beglns to-morrow, Monday 23d. Tho most promlnent mem? ber of Mi-. Brudloy's strlng is Robert iWaddell, bay goldlng, 5, by Aloha, dam (Vlrglo, by Klng Boll, who won tho lAmorlcun Derby of 1891. Bonoy Boy, tho Chestnut goldlng, foaled 1?97, by;IJlltzon, dam 8uo 13., by Prospcr, one of the most eonslstent bread wlnners of recent years, ls also In thc stable, but wlll bo out as a ptcoplecluiso horse thls season. In addi tlon lo those tho stable ls made up of Genernl Stuart, by Aloha, dum Mrs, Btuart; Ahola, by Aloha, dam Mrs. Stuart; Peter i Paul, 2, by Aloha, dam ISmlnenco; Vlrglnia 1...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

NEWSAND G05S1P FROfl FOREIQN CITIE5 AND CAPlTALS MUST CURB THE POWERS OF SULTAN ABDUL OF TURKEY THE NEW SORROW OF PRINCE BERNARD OF SAXE-WEIMAR rxz'ii ~i a _ iViQ To Allow Armeniri to be Slaughtered a Disgrace. REFORMS ARE EARNEST The Red Legged Soldiers of Franco Wil! be Changed to Dlrt Colorcd anD Prosaic Forms?The Pope Is ye\\. BY MAX O'RELL. '^Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch, CopyrlQht, 1903.) PARIS. March 21.?Tbo European pow? ers allowed Atmcnia'to bo slaughtered by the Turks; and .they wlll loso thoir tltle to srteak ln tbe name of elvlllssatlon it they allow Ma'cedonla to be Hlaughterflcl.ns well ns tho other jClirlstlahs who llve undor the sabre or tho Sultiin. I bellovc, however, that they nro now ln ? eiirnest ' nbmit tho Austrb-KusSlnn schemc of reforins ln Mnccdonla._and, us far ns good inteittlons go, they niciin lo see the reforins carrled out. All tho powers fear wtir lu the Btt knno, but unless tho ljeforms aro rcaltzcd nt onco 1 do not seo liow war can bo avert...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

0 BRBNT, OP THE BADGBR M THE KlDriAFMne c r A governor general. AROMANOE. Copy-ight By 1__ILIP LITTLE CltAPTElt I. "Theso rooms aro lnsufforably hot," remarked Captaln John Bront, smuggler by professlon, as ho sald to hls lntlmnlo friend, but callod by hls ottomies, and ?hoso who had sttffored from hls nume rous Inluttltles, a plrato plaln and slmplo. Ho strodo up and down tho two rooms whlch woro hls temporary quartors du? ring hls eonttnomont. Yos, sad to rolate though It ls, Captaln Brent was conltned In dtiranco vllo nnd dld not llko It. "I havo no doubt that thoy aro hot," pald a, short stoitt man who sat lcanlng bno In a long arm chalr nenr ono of the iwlndows looking out upon tho court yurd of tho governor's palaco whlch ntooil avor opposlto, . "lt seems to mo, however, If you wlll jpormlt mo to mako a suggcstlon, that thoy aro not ns hot as, tho place that ' you nro golng toi" Ho chucklcd asthmatlcally, and thon bicumo. protornaturally gravo at tho ugly exprosslon that came ...

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. — 22 March 1903

Te VERY man should possoss him? self of woll doveloped arms and shouldors so ithat ho wlll look hls bost at all tlmes, and bo able to tako caro of himself ln nny sort of physical cmcrgcncy. Physical culture wlll glvo thom to nnyono who wJU practlco lt asslduous iy. Pndded coat shouklers don't mako a man prcpossesstng. Thoy slmply lndlcnlo that underneath tho p'ads aro wofully thln and hony shouldors from whlch flab by arms swlng. Thln shouldors nnd flub by arms generallymoanstopped shouldors; for tho muscles whlch are usod to koop the shouldors eroct aro not doveloped. Btooped shouldors put tho wholo body out of Its corroct plumh, and a body Improp ?orly polsod ls not aii nttractivo ob ?Ject. Arms that aro not muscular aro llkely to hang incorreclly.'gonorally too much forwnrd or bont at the elbows. Proper clrculation of tho blood ls proventcd thereby, and tho arms gradually tarved. Thon, too, tho arms that hung forward when tholr possessor ls walklng, dopross tho rlbs and interforo...

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. — 22 March 1903

HOW CHARACTER MA V BE READ BY THE FEATURES^ Latest Society Fad Whlch May Eclipse Palmistry, and Thought Readlng, Color of the Eye May' be theKey to Char? acter, By KATHERINE MORTON. Copyrlght, 1903. T?^HH latost gooloty fad, whloh I promlses to eollpso palmistry * and thought-roadlng, Is that of charnotor readlng by the foa turos. The color of tho eye, for oxamplo, may be tha koy to tho oharaotor. A ha.ol-oycd woman novor talks too much or too llttlo. Sho In lnlolloctual and ngreoublo; she prefors hor husband's comfort to hdr own, and wlll cllng to hlm through woal or woe. , Tho gray oyo ls tho slgn of shrowdnoss, It Indlcatos u boltor head thnn heart. Partlcularly should the lovor bowaro of tho soft, gray oyo wlth the largo pupll that contraots and dllalos wlth a word, a thought' or a flash of foellng?lu> eyo that lapglts, that nlmost slghs, that hiu) Its Bunshlno, Its twilight, Its moonbeams and Its storms. A wonderful oyo ls this gray oye that Wlns you whethor you wlll or not ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

Striking Shirt Waists For the Coming Summer Girl. After ttll* what rlrl doosn't almost llve ln * uhlrt walet during the sttmmer? AI wajm so t-ool and oomfortablo, nnd thls ntason Borno ot thom ftro so clftborntoly trhnma- tlmt they can easily bo worn for drtwny ocoastons. The doalgns ln wash sllk walsts aro M dalnty and pretty as can bo, nnd aro fco Inexpenslvo tliat we can all have at . least one, ahd tho glrl who Ib hnndy wlth lior noedle and haa a falr Idea of dress making can make horself one of these ,.' walsts wlth very llttlo trotible, na thoy (i aro unllnod nnd flt loosoly. A very protty wash waist that Is shown is mnde of wneh Chlna sllk, It is much on tho ordor of tho plaln shlrt Wolat, ?Wlth a wldo box plalt of cluriy dnsertlon, wlth ouffs nnd collar to match. One or two rows of shlrrlng at tho sbouldor Hcnm. Throw plenty of fulnoss Into the j btist. Tho sloovos aro blshop, wlth wldo '. cufts. Arrother of thoao thln, broczy l Walsts ls made of tho samo matorlal, the iy en...

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. — 22 March 1903

5 cKool E>r M f &. r or i o f\ o usewives THE HOUSEWIFES EXCHANGE WILB you klndly send mo a reclpo for raisln ple7 Wei have a large box of cholco ralslnn and wlsh to makoape of Bome, as I havo hoard It Is dollclous. B. B. A rcclpe ?_l be found ln the cdluron dovotcd to oullnary formulas. . _ \\ irltiti you tell me at your enrllost convenlence how?j?.c'ea,n1 W a teaset that has become tarnlshcd? ThoMi-vlcolB W trlple-plated, wlth what 18 known as Jlncquer flnlBii. - glvlng lt 110 appcaranco of frostod Bllvor, and 1 am told not to uso silvor pollsli on BUch a surfaco as lt would spoU the lacquor. _ ' Wash ln hot water wlth a soft brush wet profUBoly^ wlth household ammonla.. Rlnso wlth clear hot water, .4ry quick y and whlle hot pollsh wlth chnmols skln or wlth *"* *??" "I" flannel. I havo cloanod troBted Bllver in this way for years Wlthout affectlng tlio "lucquer llnish." I WI8II to toll you of my success ln keeplngtomatpes wlth cold water. I kept them In the loe-houBo twenty...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

THE PRINCE" Kate Cecil. Thurston's "The j Circle?'??"The Lieutenant Governor"?"A Boy on a Farm"?Chateaubri? and's "Les Adven? tures du Dernier Abencerage." A New Southern Magazine. ?fepOKS AND AUTHORS COMMENT AND GOSSIP The Death of Colonel Henderson, Military Biographer of General Jackson?Mrs. Myra Locket Avary a Virginian?Punch's Retort Upon Hall Oaine. The Lower Norfolk An? tiquary?Oynicism of Pinero?Identity of Mrs. Vere Tyler. Turquoise Cup. ffHH SOCIALIST AND THE PRINCE. By Mrs. Fremont Older. Funk & Wagnalls, Publishers, New Tork. $1.G0, Mrs. Cider's "remarkable novel of Cal? ifornia life is' based upon tlio sort of iaot that Is .stranger than Action. The most conspicuous historical fault In the .work, which hasn't so very many, Is tho ono wherein sho trios to make u seml-deml-gentleman out of the sand-lot labor agitator, DenniB Kearney, whom ehe has put Into her story under the name of Paul Stryne. To ono who Is familiar with tho story of tho antl Chine'se excitement and...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

CAMP LIFE K_w Our Soldiers Llvsd Fought and Dled. TW0 READABLE LETTERS Frmyc M ovemorits of Wild Game Oaught Wlthln tho Umitii of a Battle-field. Tho Thlru.-Ti 3*ars on Our Bat tlo-field? Anecdote. (For the Tlmes-Dlspatch, by Dr. W. B. Conway, Corporol of Company C, Fourth Keglment "Vlrglnla Cavalry.) Athena, Ga. Our country la floodcd wlth bookB, hlB tories of the United States, so-called. and filled wlth erroneous Illustratlons here and there, produclng wrong Ideaa ond Impres-lons upon the mlnds of our peo? ple, ospeclally the young. Theso books aro wrltten and publlshed ln the North. I cama across ono of them a few days ago whllo attendlng professlonally a famlly ln our cltv. Tho chaptor on the Clvil War was docelvlng and misloodlng. It was 11 lustrated, but, of courso, wlth only two battles?Gettysburg and Appomattox. In the latter Ulustratlon wos shown a. long llne of Fedorals, dressed ln handsome unl forms, wlth shlnlng muskets and accou trements. On tho opposlto slde, drawn up...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

>Fhf> hnnp nf Lulu and Leander. -? -: Leander's First Engagement CalL 1116 UOUe Ul UUIU UllU _ft7-/fUP^^^^ ^^?__--=5s^_-_=r-- _._I t. LEANDER ::"Ye ooda of love! I'm 'IT' now. To see Lulu to nfaht. As her flanee. to clasp her dalnty form In my fond embrace! To Imprint upon her llps the firat.klss of.true, undying love ! I can hardly walt tlll I get there." > y___ 2. LULUs"Oh, Leander, I am so glaa you came.h Allow me to introduce you to an old friend of oooper's, Mr. Jollyby, 3. MR. JOLLYBY: "Leander, I'm glad to meet you. Slt down. I waa Just telllng Lulu of a very funny expcrience I had down in South America." i ? . i 4. MR. JOLLYBY (after-telllng stories for two?hours-straight): "Yes, I never heard anything to beat It In all my life. Ha, ha, ha, ha!" LULU:"Ha,ha, ha, ha! Isn't he^too^funny-for anything, Leander?" . LEANDERV/'Why-er-oh.yes! Ha, hal But I guess I will be going. 5. LULU: "Leander, what is the matter with you ? You don't ap? pear to be yourself to-night." MR...

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. — 24 March 1903

"Tl li^pattl) THB JlBH?5fi?SOT*y WHOLE NUMBER, 16,197. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1003. WttCE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OFUY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, March 23.-Forecasll Vlrglna nnd North durollna-Fair, not -_.wa.iV.Tuesday; Wednesday fall", fresh ..est wlnds. The .early portlon of yesl.rdny was marked by a contlnuatlon of heavy rnlns. and tho tomporalure throughout lho day "ontlnued hlgh. Al nlght the sklcs dear ed. To-dny fair weather and not so warm ls predlcted. STATE OF THI. THERMOMETER. ? A. M.. "? 12 M. " ? P. M. ? 6 F. M.2] i p ji .,,,. "J _. mldnlght.j.?..? __ Averago .??????.; 031*3 Highest temperHturo yestorday. jW Lowest tomporaturo yestorday. oo M.an temperHturo yesterday.. "? Normal loinperuture for Mnrch...... ? D-parture froni normnl temperature M Preclpltntlon dnrlng past 2' hours.. 1.01 MINIATUfHrALMANAC. (Maroh 21, l"w.*l. Jjun rlses.?:M I IUGH T1DF.. fcun rots.h:2. I Morn ng.AM Moon rl-e_'.'...3:3- I Evenlng..'L'3 ?i? RICHMOND. ? River rlses and flftoen f...

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. — 24 March 1903

MtifUse wlthln yonr nrmss' what does ht> menn hy thnt Mrs. Burdick? v' "1 don't khow." .,-..-. .. - "Whnt does ho mean by tho 'parndlse tvlthln yonr nrms?' " "1 don't know." , "Prottv slrong lnrigu.-igo, ls lt now Mr. Conlesworlli showed the wltness anothor lotter wrltten from New York by pennell nud nddrossed to Mrs. Burdick. Bhe snld lt wns hls handwi-IUiig, but she dld nul rcmember havlns recelvod lt. "I wlll read It and soo lf lt wlll re fresh vour recolloctloii: 'As Mooke.l lnto your benullful eyes last nlght 1 foared thero was some. trouble hlddcn thore. 1 'Ma not. know, hut I foared It was be c&tao of somo othor reason than becnusc 1 war*. golng uway. ir there wns, dear rst, /1'wlsh you wouid tell. Thore ls that in tho manner "f your husband toward you thnt makes mo fear some tlmos thnt.I mlght klll hlm.* Do >*ou re/nember seclng that letter?' ''jfco, slr." ., CHOKED HER. /Mrs. Burdick sald nM dld not know nhether her husband wns awaro of tne /act that sho wns recel...

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. — 24 March 1903

SUCCESSFUL Mlnlstor to Llboria came Undor an Assumed Nahie. TO AVOID QUESTIONINO Drosslatid Has a Shootlng Affray Wlth a Cltlzen and He Did Not Wlsh to ? AnsWer Questlorts Conc.ernlng lt. ': (Hy AHsodnlod Prenn.) . NEW VORK, "Maroh 23.?Dr. J, R. A. ;Cin'sslnnd, United Btatea Minister': to Llbo'rlii, and G. Washington Ellls, secre? tary of logntlon, woro pnssongers on;tho incomlng shlp La Champngne, wliich ar? rlved td.-nlglit, Thoy came ln undor as? sumed -namos, Crosslniid appeared on tho. pasHengor* llst ns "J. R. A'tibrey" and Ellls under tho nnme of "O, Washington,'.', The^gavo ns thelr reason In not belng llsted under thelr names that thoy wlslied to avold bolng naked ouestions regarding the shootlng'nt tlio logatlon in Monrovla u'ritll the Minister hart a chance td roport to Washington. According' to cables recelved ln thls countrV, Crossland had an altercatlon nt the logatlon bulldlng wlth Thomns Fanlknor on October-6th. Fnulkncr wns shot threo tlmes by Crossland, but ho reco...

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. — 24 March 1903

The Times-Dispatcli ' Pu_Hsh?d bally ?nd Woekly at Mo. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond. va. EnVirod Jnhudry 27, 1S03, at rticV mond, Va., aa seeond-Clasa Matter, under Act of Con grens of Mnroh 3, 1679. The OAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ls sold ?at 2 eents a eoey. ' _'-.>'_i .. Ths SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Ib ?>aol6 nt 8 cents, a copy. ,. ?.' DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH*-bV? tnall **# cents a rn'onlb^to n yenr, W.M for ."?lx*n.t^lu.J?1.? for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, . $2.00 a year. ';.'?:??, The DAILY TIMES-DlSPATCH, ln ? cludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 1B cents per WTh. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by ?Carrler, 6 eents per week. , ATrM The ' WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1AII yUns'lgnetl ICommunlcatlons wlll be rCjR.]eeedt'ed ? Communlcatlons wlll not be -returned Unless accompanled bystarnps. Uptown Offlco nt.T.^A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. TUESPAT, MARCH 24, 1803. FACTS ABOUT THE, LIQUOR QUESTION. We glvo placo elsowhere to a icngUiy communlcaUon from tho Rov. James Cnn? non, Jr...

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