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

• The Times-Dispatch lubtl.hed Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth street, Richmond, v«, trtlered January fir* 1»3, «t«l6h« mond, W, ns soeortd'Clast Matter, under Att of Con« ore»i of March 3, 1879' ITh« DAILY TIMES-DISPATGH U «old i cent* « copy, thi SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH I* Id at 6 centt a copy. DAILY TIMEB-DIBPATCM by malle«nls a month, $5.00 a year, $2.M for < months, $I.M for three montht. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, .00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, InJdlno Sunday/ by, Carrier, 15 conts per >ek. ..:■•;« •. The SUNDAY TIME3. DISPATCH, by irrler, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be leeted. Rejected Communications will not be turned unless, accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No, ) East Broad Street. SUNDAY, ..APRIL 19, 1903. j A MENACE TO PROGRESS. Following up our recent remarks on tho 'fiecislon hi the. Northern Securities case, i we think It well enough to recall tho circ...

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

A [PROSPEROUS CUMBERLAND Largo Trucking Interests Near Fayettevllle. Ulands along cape fear I Q< Cumberland is One of the Largest Counties In North Carolina— lt Is ', Shaped Much Like the Sunken Crater of a Volcano. * (Kpni-fiil to Tho Ttmei.tUipatch,) H' FAYETTSVILIjE, ' April 181— Doubtl«*s te there are districts of greater extent and hi. larger output In garden products, between Kb tho Northern markots and Florida, than m that Immediately tributary to Fayotte<K vllloi but cortalnly nono shows mbro tf eupld and profitable devolopmont than 1 Cumberland county. 1 It is one of the largest counties In V North Carolina, In area as well as pop<j, ulatlon, comprising *09,600 acros or about l> I t6O squoro miles, a stretch of territory, jil^whloh, If square, would measure twentybj Bight miles on tho sldo. Tho county in O jahapod much like tho sunken crater of br a voloanlo mountain, with tho northern,, «J western and southern walla upright and I...

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

Uovf that April skys have ceasod their weeping and the smile'of tho sunshlno has riiado the world bstutlful onoe more society Is casting about for ways and means of diversion. The season of Easter promises much in the way of g-ayety and almost overy remaining day of this month records some •acini happenings of moro than ordinary Importance. Tuesday, April 21st., the Mask and Wig Company will appear at the Academy In M Sir ; Robinson Crusoe." a musical melange. "Wednesday tho Bind., all tho world will be interested in the Maryland Tablo auction of Eastor hats to take place at the Temple. April 23rd., "The Dime Museum" of Missouri at tho Masonio Temple will Ht all tho world a laughing. May 21th., all the -world will fall to skipping In th'o , "Dolly Varden' Maypole danco which ..Mrs. J<mnle McPhail Welch will glvo in , tho Temple on that evening, for tho Mississippi Table. May 25th., Mrs, Cluia. EVelyn .Smith for South Carolina will, by Mpecdoi. request, reproduce the "barn...

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

A' TRIED TO GET AT HIM Some Excitement In the County Court. LIQUOR LICENSES MONDAY Qtncral Holiday for tha Schools of Menrico Next Friday— Negro Woman Skips Her Ball. At one utage in tho proceedings In the Honrico County Court yesterday tho defendant Ln a caao tried to climb over Jho bar and get hold of the plalnUlt, who Bat in tho witness chair a short distance away. The excitement woo ciuolled at onco and the oftendor was Unfed for contempt of oourt until ho apologised, when the fine was romittod. The caaa was that of John F. McSorley Va. Jamos W. Martin, notion to recover damages for Injuries to a buggy owned by Mr, McSorloy. Mr. Martin defended hlms«ir. Tho plalntlß was represented by attomeya. There was some question over which Bhaft of tho buggy had been broken, and Mr. McSorloy mado a atatemont contradicting that of Mr. Martin, remarking that tho latter knew what ho had said was not true. This pronouncement from the witness stand excitod tho Ire of Mr. Martin. He replied quic...

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

6 PETERSBURG CARD CLUBS P Folks Had Many EnPartles Past Week. WEDNESDAY MUSIC CLUB It Met the Past Week With the^ Misses Zlmmer arid and an Elaborate Programme Was Rendered— The •'Sixteen Card Club." fSpeclnl 'to TUB T» BW> : Dt§ ,? &t *i IR-l R - ) _ J Card PETERSBURG, VA., April 18,--Cara eluba and musicales entertained society folk in Petersburg this week. There *re several card clubs in the city, apd «aany of the members have not yet enitortainfid. Mrs. R. C. Boott, Jr., entertained at ,«ards Wednesday afternoon at h«r home -a Washington Street. Pour hand ouohre m*B played. Th« prize winners were: First btlm Him Margaret Zlmmeri seoond KS2' Mta. Bes«ie VeneftW*! alone hand ErlM Mtas Anfl« CMI. Receiving with *tM.'Bwrtt wer« Mrs. R. 0. Scott, Br., MM. Broaka Ragora, MJb« Bessie CtoamtMrlayne, MUi Mary Scott Amour tb» go«»ta of the afrfmoon were Mr 3, xiex. HMnUton, Mra. William Mabom, Mr». AJfred Friend, Jr., Mrs. Alfred (Wltherwpoon. Mm. John Herbert Claik...

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

A MITTELDORFER'S NOTABLE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT-PRICES WILL INTEREST EVERY BUYER. BEAUTIFUL NEW WAISTS Hxqulnltely doslrned styles In La^rt, , Bilk MadfflJi, Canvan and Bilk, Kit finely tailored, ■ n foe 750, quality White Lawn, u"Ctuokcdi front and back waists Afl/-i for $1 Tuckod and Embroidered OVV Fine Lawn Waists, #iH - for 11.60 Mercerized Pleat«d yOC Wftlsts, with largo pearl, butOO<-» tor 60e> Colored Madras Waists, *"C handsomely trimmed. <Cf IO for *2 White Waists, lace J) 1( I " and ombroldory trimmed. £i An tor * 2602 ' 60 Pleured Morcorlzcd 9 1 »U" Walsta, largo pearl buttons, tuckca front. a 1 l#l f°r *5 Beautiful Silk Waists, $dti>" lucked, all shades. <£A Afi for * 6 anu * 7 ?" k Waists, JJt'.'tV tucked and trlmmod. PLAIN AND FANCY WHITE GOODS; • At ono-half and one-third less than usual. -■/ _, for 12 l-20. quality India Llriu^jC ona. fit/ ' for 190. Silk Stripe and IZJ^jC Cord Madras, I Ci- for...

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

W lIARKETDULL AND NARROW K Blent Rebound In Metropolitan Helped the Opening. PRICES LATER UNSETTLED Proftsstonals Began to Cover Short but Soiling Was Re- y sumed on Appearance of the Bank Statement. (By Associated PrM».) NEW YORK. April 18.— To-day's stock market was but a dull anil nurrow affair, ii;.i ttnd tho net changes are generally Inslg1 Jiiuotuit. A violent rebound nt tho opening in Metropolitan Street Railway helped tho . tone for a while. Tho spasmodic, ris« >" tills stock proved to bo due to bear orders to cover at the market, and the high price was maintained for only an Instant. T.he renewed weakness of the stock ana the sharp, soiling movement in Reading ' unsettled prloes and turned the trund downward. Reading dropped about 2 . points before support was forthcoming. i The selling of the stock was based upon a supposition that the anthracite coal combination will be the next object of ■ legal process under tho anil-trust law 'toy the government. Other membe...

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

.** MANY MARRIAGES IN WILMINGTON Wedding of Miss Settle Oeer Da Kosset and Mr. P. W. Dick Was a Notable One. (Sptolal to The Tlmes-Dlsp&toh.) WILMIN(iTOM, tf. C, April 18,-At »!» O'clock Thursday night at Bt. Jamas' BpUcopat Church, Mlsa Bettie Oeer D» fUwiet and Mr. Frederick Williamson t)lck, two popular young society people of this city, were married. It waa one of the most brilliant weddings of recent times In thin city, and was witnessed by a large .and fashionable assemblage of friends, The church was very'handsomely decorated, The little flowor girls, Misses Delatnar Burbank and Bessie Connolly, •ame first, and were followed by the groomsmen and ushers, who preceded the bridesmaids. The bride came in with her brother, Mr. Thomas C. De Rossot, of N*w Tork, and met the groom, who was attended by his brother und best man, Mr. W. A. Dick, at the chftncol steps. The ceremony wob performod by Roy. Richard W. Hogue. The brlaosnmidß were Misses May Ella Rankln, Sue McQuee...

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

IS SEWING MACHINES NOT MADE 11V TUB TRUST, EX tflvo a flvo-years 1 gtinrnnteo ttitli uvory ono. Drop-head ballbearing ltnft* with hard wood cneoo, " Tho Biohmontl." for $1 2.50 " Tho Lnkc<wootl," f0r. .......;. $25.00 Theso aro gurrnntocd to bo tho snmo 1 griulo as you pny #05 for. A Sale of Linens. Whnt nro wo doing? Selling for a third and less, the identical linens that ovorybody is getting full price for. Imported Mercerized Tnblo Dnmnsks 11 the handsomest damask designs— stripes and lnrge floral effects on heavy satin grounds— o3 inchos wide, per yard, 60a. , 2 ynrds jwido for 75c. 22' inch Dinner Nnpkins— to match cloths — a dozen $1.50. Tablo. Dnniasks, bleached, some with red bordors, 50c. grnde, a ynrd SSc. Tho heaviest crenm linen damasks made especially for hard, every-dny wear. Will wash wliite in a few washings— a yard, 4Sc. 80 Dozen Dinner Napkins— % size pure whito dumask, a dozen. Special 69c, Thu Finest. Trish Linen Damask Dinner Napkins — largo roso desi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

TIIK TIMKS. FOUNDED 1&3 THE UISPATCH, FOUNDED WSO. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS llf;ht. to fresh winds. North Carolina— Folr Tuesday and Wednesday; fresh north winds. An almost Blcndy downpour of rsiln fnado yesterday a disagreeable one. Tho menu for to-flfty and to-morrow, accordInn to tho weather people, will bo more attractive, dear skies being looked for., » A. M 57 12 M 03 3 P. M M li I. M fi'l ') V. M 64 Vi mjdlilKht u< AvoraßO W 2-3 Highest tempo'rnluro yesterday (S3 Lowest temperature yosterd&y. Xt Monn temperature yestentlay 58 .Normal tomporaturo for April f>s Departuro from normal temperature. 03 MIXIATUUK ALMANAC. i Ajirll 21, 1303. tstin rises r.:2f) | iiirni TIDIS. bun sc-Ik 6:49 I Mhiiiliik *. Moon r1805...2:U3 | livening 12:07 RICHMOND. Mfinn law caußea confusion In llenrlco —^— Jamestown bill advocates make a pledge .\fynlory at thci Confederate Bacaar iu-hIkIu — Nnmca of di-a^oiiK on an application fwr a licenso to sell liquor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

2 THE VICTIM - IDENTIFIED Murdered /Man Found In Barrel Was Madriena Benedetto WAS NOT A MAFIA MURDER Brother-in-Law of the Victim and His ■> Son Both Positive of the Identity. Quarrel Over Share of Money. (Kj- Associated Press.) j?EW YORK, April 20.— Police Inspector McClusky announced to-day that he was convinced tue body that was found In a barrel last Tuesday waa that of Maduena Benedetto, forty years old, of liulTalo, X. Y. A picture of the murdered man had been positively Identified, tho Inspector said, by Joseph De l'rima, a brother-in-law of Benedetto, who Is now serving ; a a term In Sing Sing prison. Do J'rlma. nald his son-in-law had been In this country only two years. He said Benedetto had vlelted him in prison on April 11th. Mrs. Morrlsctte, wife of the missing ir.an from Tuftvillo. Conn., visited the tncrgue to-day, nnd after an examlnatioi^of the body Mio declnred that it was not that of her husband. Three* of the fourteen prisoners held en suspicion In co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

STONE WAS VIOLENT Used Strong Language In Defending Himself. BRYAN TALKS TO EDITORS Appealed to Them Not to Make Democratic Party So Much Like the Republican That the Republicans KANSAS CITY", MO., April HO.— Unltnd States Henator William J. Stone, addressing the annual convention of tho Missouri Democratlu Preai Aosoclntlon today, made nn elaborate explanation of his connection with baking powrlnr loblhlatlon oml rjnforcomcnt ot tho Btato food laws, und blttorly denounced the dally iiewspapur.-) of tho State, which, ho declared,' had "hounded" him outrageously. William J. lirynn had been announced as tho principal npeaker of the ufternoon. Ho received enthuslantlc welcome and epoko as "a co-editor of co-odltorB." Ho declared that throughout the country ho found deep and «rowlnc dlssiitlufnction among tho 1 Itbuubllcan votem with the policy of tho national administration, and exhorted lib hearers nut to niako "tho Democratic party bo much like tho Republican party that it would bo c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

4 The Times-Dispatc h Publishes Daily ami Weekly at No. 4 Prth Tenth Street, Richmond. Va. Entered Jnnunry 27, 1903. at Richmond, Va., as Second-Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. , ...<s DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold 2 cente a copy* •old at 5 cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— 60 cents a month, 85.00 a year. $2.50 for •Ix months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, Dy Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIKES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The 'WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, V.OO year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. MILLER'S, No. Cl 9 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, APRIL 81, 1903, A SOUTHERN CONFERENCEIn spito of the many explanations that have been made numbors of Southern men and women seem to have tho idea that tho Southern Conference for Education Is a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

GO SEFORE STATE BOARD Chrlstan Scientists Lose Out In the House. THE EILL TO PASS TO DAY Senato <o Take Up Iho Corporation Mcauro To-Morrow— Measures in Bot\.Hpuses of Local Import-ance-House to Meet at 10. The Lck'kVuro did very llttlo of public intercßt yest'rday. Tho Huus/ agreed to meet hereafter at 10 o'clock, Zißtead of at noon. The conference cc/irnlttee's report on tho bills relating if the election of town officers was agrefl to, which provides that they fihull bopioacii on the second Tuesday in June. 1 In boh houses bills wore off'>red to amend ,ho charter of the city of lirlatol, and thro wcro several other measures of lout Interest presented in both ' branclfs. ' Tho/iouso devoted the remnlndcr of Its BeeslJ'to a discussion of the Harvey bill | regulato tho practice of medicine, and <he lllutid amendment for the protectln of thu Christian Sclnntlsts was rojjted. The bill will be passed wlthout^urthcr objections. 'lie Senate did but little...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

8 A.C.LOPENS NEW DEPOT Greatly Improved Passenger Accommodations Hero. THE PYTHIAN CARNIVAL Great Preparations Are Being Made for the Entertainment to Be Given During the Week Beginning May 4th, in Petersburg. (Special to The Timca-Dispatch.) PKTEKSUUIKS. VA.. April 20.--Tho Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company opened their now passenßPr otatlon on Washington Street this morning. On the loSvcr floor of thla building are three wiiitlnß rooms, tlckot oflleo nnd baggage otllcs. On the second Moor ifl the agent's Dfileo, telegraph office, billing room Btvl other necessary offices. Tho luilldIng Is anio.ll, but conveniently arranged, and U qulto an Improvement over tho former accommodations of tho Coast Line in tills city. Work In now goIng on on the freight depot to be built on Washington Stroot between Union and Byoamoro Streets. Tho old depot, from Which the olHcea were moved to-day, Is rapidly being torn down. This Is ono of tho oldest depots In this country. Tho railroad between this...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

CRADLE OF JEFFERSON Said to Be In Use In a Bedford Spring's Family. PROPERTY ASSESSMENT Tho Corporation Commission Will Make a Tour of the Stato With a View of Thoroughly Instructing Local Officers as to Their Duties. (Special to Tlio Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH. N. C, April 20.--.Mr. W. B. Wilson, corporation clerk to tho Secrotary of State, who !ia« npont Home time recently In Cnswell county, N. C. 4*nl Campbell county, Va., 8.-iy» that whllo ttwny, )io found a man, a Mr. Thompson, of Bedford Bprlnps, Va., who In now UKlriß In lilh family the patno crmllo In which Thnmas JofterHon was rocked when nn Infant. Mr. Wllnnn says tho present owner told him tho bucCOSBIonB of fiimlllos through which tho cradle lins come, and aßScrta that tho truth of lib claim can bo established beyond a doubt. Tho thr?e North Cnrolina Corporation CbmmlMloners loft this morning for a Ex-Governor Jarvls ha.f. a« pcßldent of different Beotlon In which they will visit tho county sentu and confor with the tax li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

8 iBAZAAR IN MANCHESTER lLoader Hall Was tho Scene of Beauty and Merriment, MEETING OF LOCAL ELKS Funeral of Mrs. Wilkinson — Other Deaths — Wedding Announcement. Hand Painfully Cut— Council; Court and Personal Notes. Manchester Bureau Tlmep-Dlspntch, 1 No. 1102 Hull Street. ] Tho Joint bazaar o' Liberty Council, JDaughtors of Liberty,, and the Olympla Wub. started out on Its carcor of a week *frt. Lender Hall last night. In a most successful way. Tho attendance was not as lnrgo ns It >hould havo been, In view of Iho splendid iprogramme, but tho bad woallicr was rciponslblo for that, and It Is safe to say Jlthat for tho remalndor of tho week the BuiJl will hardly bo largo enough to comjtortably hold tho audience. Tho nrrongument of the booths Is most attractive. On Wch side erf tho hall, for half the dlsxaaoo aro bootlis, attractively decoratcrl, land hea\lly loaded with thhiK's go<jd xo eat. and with things ornamental and iervloablo otherwise. Tho other half o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

GOVERNOR READ BILLS AT MANSION He Remained Indoors Yoslerday—County Schools Closing Rapidly. Tho Governor did not curao to the Capl1«1 yosterday. It was unlikely and not vary Inciting Oilt and lUb Excellency which camn to him Friday from the enrolling clerks were sent over for him to read and Socrotary Ritchie took tho mall over, and the correspondence waa handled from thero. Commissioner of Labor Dohcrty will ■write to the son of Mr. Charlns 11. Tioyd, the decreased mineralogist, and ascertain If any of tho report which ho wns preparing for the Labor Bureau had been Completed, If It Is not, then tho cotnmlgHlonor 1b considerably "In a holo," for Mr, Uoyrl had beotl working for tlio dopartment hliico the f.Tst of tho year In preparation of n. report on the minfrnl wealth of the State, which wan to have been included In tho annual rnport of tho commissioner. It Is now too lato to have tho work ilrnie Tor this yniir's report. It would not bo surprising If Mr. Boyd's work Is now In fig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

10 HESITANT livancc in Prices Followed News of Court Decision. ERE FORCED DOWN AGAIN Hung Stagnant for n Time, and Were ' Bid Up Io Top Level, Making a Steady Close, With Showing of Net Gains. <BX ABBOCI»tPd IVORS.) NEW YOKK. April 20.— There was much hesitation and Irregularity In to-day's stock market. This tendency wan attributed in tho early part of the session to dread that the l'#ited States Circuit Court nt St. Paul would refuses the petition of the Northern Securities to modify* the decree against the company pending thn appeal so as tn allow the payment of dividends by the Northern Pacific and Great Northern companies to their stockholders. Tho general expectation In Wall Streot •was that t.lie petition would be refused, and the unexpected decision In favor of tho moillllcnllnn caused a precipitate buyIng movement, In which the short sellers of the morning were conspicuous. This advance met opposition before it had proceeded far, anuVprteos were carried backwards...

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