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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 April 1903

| WORDs OashlnAdvancß vTTr * '■t • riVl HELP WANTED— FEMALE. .WANTED, PLAIN. NEAT WRITER, copy letters homo, $12 weekly. S«nu Btanipnd envelope for sample letter to CASH BUYERS' UNION, 34 Park Row, New York. WANTED, ACTIVE LADY TO SOLICIT advertisements for a eouvenlr proHrammo In Richmond; Immediate work; may also canvnjifl Norfolk, Newport News and Pot^rsburg'; rtforenens roqulred. SOUVENIR, caro this office. (WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECKwear from namplo, $7 to $12 weekly, experionco not necessary. Send eelf-ad-flressnd stamp envelope. IDEAL MFG. CO.. 508 W, 133 d St., New York. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. ' WANTED, A POSITION AS HOUSEkeeper at once. Miss B. I. THACKEW, care Rev, I', H, Bennett, 314 North Twentieth Street. h"elp wanted— male. ■wanted, trunk makers in all branches. H. C; BELBER, IS2 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. JUKASS MOULDER. FIX)OR OR BENCH work. B. A. WILLIAMS & SON, No. 103 Plymouth SLrcet, JerHey City. N. J. WANTED. SALESMEN ADVERTISERS for lar...

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

Miller & Rhoads. WEATHER FORECAST —Fair ; light to fresh winds* P. N. Corsets, Similar to Illustration, $2.00 •> Mercerised Madras— not the domestic imitation — but the genuine imported cloth, through which are scattered little silk-like dots, This corset is very prettily made, trim • mcd with Val. lace and awash ribbon bow. Straight front, with a medium hip, and boned with non-rastible aluminum steel f ■which is equally as light in weight as whalebone-«-$ 2.00. I 800 Yds. Corded Voile To-day, 48c Yd. A strictly nil-wool fabric, sofb and clinging, that will wear as well as it looks; drapes easily, and an exceptionally handsome piece of goods at 48c. We consider it one of tho best values of tho season at this price. igS^A^^LrtßaL^^/ Fight on Rathskeller at the Reservoir Park, DEACONS SIGN PETITION Wd'uld-Be Saloon Keeper Gets Some ' Good Names to Present to the 1 Court — Hearing Has Been Postponed. Somewhat of, a tanglo confronts the Mann law In its operation i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

THE TIMER. FOtINIHCD ICSti I SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS FdRECAST. WASHINGTON. April 22.- Forecast for Thursday ami Friday: „ Virginia— Partly cloudy Thursday; Friday fair, warmer; light north to east North Carolina— l"nlr In Wrsl: clear In past portion Thursday. Friday warmer; light to fresh north winds. nichmond revelled In a beautlftit day f) Rain yrsinrday. but there w;ik still lon much chill In the nlr for tho thin-blooded ones. The Indications are for fair and fi p.' v. .\\\\\\\\\\\\\'.\" .'.'!! !.'.'.'.'.'!!!.'".'! 67 i P. M M 12 midnight 68, j Average Ml-3 Highest temperature yesterday r <2 lyowest temperature yesterday w Mean temperature yeeterdaV <■' Normal temperature f«ir April to ■Departure from normal temperature. (C Precipitation during past :M hours.... 00 MIN'IATUnHi ALiMANAC. April 23, IJO3. Bun risen."..... S:K5 :K HIGH TtDE. Bun Betß <s:f<o Morning 1:32 Moon rises. ..3:07 Evening 1»1 RICHMOND. Auspicious npt-nlr/g of tho Conf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

fl THE DAY ON THE DIAMOND Boston Defeated Phillies In First Twelve-Inning Game. VICTORY FOR THE GIANTS Defeated Brooklyn by a Score of Seve to Two — Cold Weather Prevented Game Between Pittsburg and St. Louis— Oilier Games. j The-iimcrleaa tongue played four games J.-esterdny, tlm National three. Mayor Weaver opened t-he season at Philadelphia fur the American League, throwing out thn first ball, and tho Athletics rrwardrd htm by winning tho t»r alone with Chicago and Detroit at the tip of t.hp ppreentiiKe tnliles. It will bo interesting to wnteh how long they /Will hold the pnslti</.i. At Pltt.eburg the weather was too mid, Una tho game with St. Louis was not t'layod. Tho (tinntß dofy.trd ihc Brooklyn badly, having a mnrfi n of. flvn runs. BosTho teams of both leagues play at the Scores Yesterday. New York, 7; Brooklyn, 2. Boston, 2\ Philadelphia, 1. Cincinnati, S; Chicago, 8. Plttsburg-St. Louis (cold weather). Scheduled for To-Day. Boston at Now York. Philadelphia at B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

OBJECT EDUCATION CONFERENCE (Contlinif-'I from First Pa«e.) on tills occasion they had come In on" big brotherhood^ AN ADMiriAHLK HI'IIUT. The spirit of the meeting was admirable. Tho pplrlt of the whole Conference, Idea anil fact, was fr.itern.il to n degree. Governor Montague, In his welcoming address, struck the kcynolo, declaring that old unpleasanlnCftneß were forgotten and forever burled, ond all were American citizens with one high end in view. Tho addressed of Govcrnof Montague and President ogilen were bith in admlntlm! taste nnd Charmed tholr audience. Mr, Montague, never appeared greater to Virginians, who are honestly and pardonably proud of him. lils broadness or mlmi.wa.s communicated to all mid his llbtral spirit touched and dcllghteil the visitors, whether from tho North or the South. Mr. Ojfden'M response to th<? welcoming Words of tho Virginia Executive, was us graceful arid (netful an possible. Ills sincerity in thanking the organizations of Virginia fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

4 Published Dully «nd Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 190 J. fit Richmond, V«.. a* Second-Class Matter, under Act of Congrets of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH It sold »t ?. cents s copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Ib Bold at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— tit cent* a month, $5.00 a year. $2.50 for »!x months, $1.30 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, f2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per Week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year All Unslnned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will riat be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Dro.icl Street. THURSDAY, APRIL 23. 1803 EDUCATING THE NORTH. In yesterday's paper we quoted from a notable address which was delivered on Sunday evcnl\<; In Cooper Union, Now York, by the Rev. Percy Sllckn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

BANQUET AT THE BAZAAR £dueatlon Conference to Be Entertained To-Nlght. BOSTOCK'S IN AFTERNOON Baby Lions and Punch and Judy Show In tho Baaemonl of the Masonic Temple — The Great Dime Museum. Confederate Bazaar. APRIL 23D— MISSOURI DAY. j AFTERNOON, 4:30 to 6:30— Children's entertainment for Tennessee Table. George W*ihlngton Brown Smith, clog dunce and negro dialect Bonus. Punch and Judy shows. Two-Headed Calf. Sono, Emily Wade. Recitation, Lucy Wade. Recitation, Master Blennor. Qrab Bag, EVENING, 8:30— The Dlmo Museum. The Chamber of Commerce, City Council, Mayor j and others Invited. I The feature of to-day at tho Confederate Bazaar will l>o the banquet given In the banquet hall to-night to the education Conference visitors. The committee of ladles under whos» charge the nrraiigemcnts for the banquet will be perfected, and carried out Includes Mrs. (W, M. Wade, chairman; Mrs. Lee Lorraine, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs Charles Stacy, JMrs. W. A. Powers, Mrs. Turner Arrington, Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

a BOATS DRAW RIVER TRADE Rappahannock Valley People Buying in FrodericksLuirg. GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT Business Men's Association Decides to Send to Charlotte, N. C, fo^ Information in Regard to tho Good Roads of Mecklenburg Co. (Special to The Timos-Dl.«patch.) FREDBRICKSBURO, VA., April 22.— The locn.l river steamers, tho Tourist, of Ui« People's Line, and tho Caroline, of the Wcems Line, aro bringing regularly \o this city large shopping parties of la61- ; ■■• 1 business men. who nre nddlne >,-:•';»' v . tho volume of trade hero. The 'Vt". :'.id freight rates nre reasonable, jKt lo pchedulos are run to suit tlio peovh- i.M.int both sides of tho Rappahnnnock tiiviet. This trado has many times doubled within tha post three months, and '.s still on tho Increase. Tho people of 'he Rappithannoclr Valley Bay Hint they can buy goods cheaper here nnd moro conveniently than In any other city in or out of tho Stato. On" of the largest meetings of the Business Men's Association in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

HUSBAND A TRESPASSER Supreme Court Passes on a Unique Case. DECIDES AGAINST WIFE Ordered Husband Off Property Owned in Her Own Right, and Then Indicted Him for Trespass— Several Charters Grantbd. (Special to The Timcn-Dlnpatoh.) KAXEKTH, N. C, April 22.— Tho North Carolina Supreme Court paused upon a novel Issue yesterday In deciding tho case of State vs. Alfred Jones from Woke county. It wns, as the court declared, a caso in which the wlfo sought indirectly to obtain Judicial separation from her liußb4')d by criminal action for trespass. Mrs. Jon oh owned a farm In hor own right Believing her husband unfaithful she ordered him to leavo tho place. Ho refused to do so, and Mm. Jonos left and Indicted him for iroepaag, A magistrate's court convicted him, but tho Superior Court hold ho was not guilty. Now tho Supremo Court, in a majority opinion. ulllrrnH tho Superior Court. Howuvor, Chief JiiHtlce Clark dlßsentu, holding that tho huHband was guilty of trespass on tho ground that the C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

I * iHIS CURE COMES HICH fAnd Yet the Benefit Derived Seems Not Very Great. /VIRGIMIAN'S TREATMENT Pays $1,800 a Year for Prayer Wave s and is Unable to Leave His Room. Good Story Told by Mr. R. Walton Moore. Tho Tlme^-Dlspfifcb Bureau, No. I-fl" G Street. X, W., Tho action of the Virginia Gonerat As*embly In requiring Christian Sci»-(.tlstß to pnss a medical examination' before they can bo allowed to practice tho art of healing was tho subject of a conversation which I had wlfh a gentleman of I this city to-day. In the course of his | remarks He made (lie remarkable stntoj ment that one of tho bent-known men In 1 [Virginia, beyond a doubt, paid a woman In a western town tho mini of SI.SOO n j year for her prayers for him, or for her i "thought waves," which were supposed ]to wnfl him to health, or to bent off . disease. Somo years ago this gentleman, whoso [ nnmo I forbear io mention, was In a ( town In Ipdlana, probably, when ho was taken Pick. My Informant thought tho Christian S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 2% Cents, Cash In Advance ONE GENT k WORD. HELP WANTED— FEMALE, WaNTKD, A LADY CAST HER FOR tha Millinery Departmont. THAX.HIMBR BROS.'. Fifth nnd Broad StreeU. ■WANTED. WHITE OR COLORED PER^ Ron to wa.lt on Blok lady and stay on pla.cfl at nlßh«. Apply at 122 North Twentieth Htrr;M. WANTED. LADIES TO MAKE NECKwoar from sample. $7 to $12 wrfckly, cxperlenco not neenspary. Bend BClf-nfl-drossed Rtn.mp «nv*lope. IDEAL MFG. CO.. 608 W. lMd St, New York. Bituat"ions~Want¥d^flemale. BXP X R I X N V.XV KTF.NOORAPHEr' wnnts position; preferably v,lth law>'«r; refflrenroj". AMrem Min.q MARY lIBNKEL, Harrlsonburjr, Va. H*ELP~WANf"Eb— MALET WANTED, TRUNK MAKERS IN ALL brnnehes. 11. C. HELHEIt, 152 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, Pn. ■ WANTKT~FITi:S9 FEKDERS; BITHBR Iwyp or Rlrls; expfrlenrrd hands pn>frrred. Apply HAITIST & PICOT, 10»107 Governor StreoL WANTED, A TRAVKI..INO- RALKSMAN, covering Virginia and North Carolina., to tako h Bide line; ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

x\f MARKET FIRM AND ACTIVE Consolfdatcd and Petroleum Without Big Guiding Board. STRONG TONE MAINTAINED This, Too, Notwithstanding Profit-Tak-ing, and Closing in Most Instances 4 ' Was at Best— Closing Price of Leading Issues. (P..v Assoclnleii Tresß.) NEW YORK. April 22.— For the second time in Its history the Consolidated Stock nnd Petroleum Exchange did business today without tho big ln«ol to (,'Uidc It. The volume of business i,:is fnlrly !arv:t\ exceeding over 120,000 shares. Much of the trading was for out-of-town account, many orders Itlhk executed for Boston and Phllmlclplilii as wrll as for custonmrs of the local Stoch Bxchiinse. The m.'irket was linn and active from the outset, Reading bring the principal feature. Other strong and active stocks included AmalpamntPd Copper, St. Paul, Union Pacific. Baltimore and Ohio and SntiUiera Pacific. There wns considerable tnuiTlie closing' price of the leading issues were ns follows:-. Amalgamated Copper 66JJ American Sugar 127^ Atch...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

SITUATION IS ACUTE \ll Henrlco Salodfis May Have \ to Close on May Ist, WHAT THE JUDGE THINKS Constable Samuel Has an Encounter With Five Bull Dogs and Kills Two of Them With His Pistol—Condition of a Road. Thn situation In Henrlco county with Ireference to tho saloons grows more. acute. Unloss Judge Wlckham Is nt once Ruppllcd with blanks to correspond with the now lawn, there Is even danger that tho entire county wll go dry on May Ist. The licenses In llcnrlco expire upon the lot of next month. The County Court \* now In HesFlon and In ready to proceed ■with the hearing of applications for a regrnnt of licenses, but there has already been one delay and there l« likelihood of another, over a technicality. If thn court Is not soon furnished with tho new blnnks It will have to adjourn until' th<? next term. Meanwhile all the ?aloons ■will have to close on the l*t of May. When ween yesterday. Judge Wickharn, tv'ho has Just been officially furnished •with n. copy of the new ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

, S SUGGESTION OF ARBITRATION Differences Among Baptists In the South— Virginia Delegates Appointed. A* th<> time for the annual sesirton of the Southern Baptist Convention, which meeta during the first week of next month In Savannah, draws near the discussion increases of the probable stand the body will take with reference to certain agitators out of harmony with the spirit of the denomination. It has been suß«ro»ted that n council of arbitration be opi>olnted to consider and compare tho interdenominational dJffcrtnces existing in the South. The puggostlon Is understood to have particular ref»reuce to the alienation In Texag and ■V. kaji: .;■!.. The Religious Horald takoH •Jp tlie mattor tliis weolt, ajid reolared Uiat It does not feel very hopeful about tile proposal. In so far ns Die dlffet'»nce« aro personal, the Horald says they »re so Intenso and brethren on oltlier side *fe co utterly skeptical concornlng tho characters of the leaders on tho ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

NATIONAL TROPHY tetch to Be Shot at Seagirt, N. J.. in September. STATE TROOPS CONTEST Proceedings and Recommendations of Board Which Had Matter in Charge Approved by War Secretary and Made Public. (By AMoclitefl l»r«sO WASHINGTON. April 22,-Secretary Hoot to-day npproved th« proceeding of tho board appointed to prepare tcsU of national rifle marktnanHhlp. Tho national match In to bo shot on September Sth and Bth, 1003 at Seagirt, N. J.. uid will bo open to teams of twelve men from tho following: Tho army ot the United Statftfc one team from tho troops Hlatloned within *ach of tho military departments; tho United States navy, the United State, marine corp.n, tho National Guard, and uniformed mlliUa of the swcrol States a«d Territories, Including tgiDWri^g Columbia (ono from each btato or Tern U Ti?o pr!r.os are to be: V\t* U t he tea nj mnliing the highest aggregate total In »"vo days' contest, "tho national trophy (luthorizM by act nf Con grew): to dk rnmpetert for annually. "M ™ A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 April 1903

Miller & Rhoads. | Miller & Rhoads. WE A WE If FOR EC AS 7™ Thursday, partly cloudy. Printed Foulard Silks 50c. Yard. They journeyed many a milo before tlioy camo to Richmond. Woven in far-off Japaa from puro silk, they started westward for Lyons, in Southern France, whore the nowest Foulard designs wore printed on them, and then the westward journey fnkon up again untij they reached onr counters— and here they are, about as pretty a silk for Shirtwaist Suits as wo know of, and very reasonably priced at 500, They're 23 inches wide. Black Grenadines, 75c. | p or , ge c Silks, 75c, to $1.59. 42 Inches wide. In narrow and merii- ; ,, onBCC , nro very fashionable this nm strtno very lustrous mid drossy. ' ™ I>lu1 > lv *' * urn strlrcp. \cr> iui season. Pongees for Waists. Pongees Black Taffeta, 59c. j for gkJrts, Pouroos for Dresses. ir> inches wide, pood Jet black, strong j and lustrous. j striped Tussah, 49c. Wash laf...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

Chollie decides to buy it for Maud, He walked and carried the dog to the ferry. The- neighbors all knew when he arrived Choi He returns sbc months later. 1 - JtfCJTMOXD, V A., SUNDAY, API! EL 26, 1903. ''It will be a constant reminder of me!" "I've brought you something to remember me by!" j "Here's something * seem to remember!" It woke up a little on the boat. The first setback was the conductors stern refusal Getting to Maud's house was rather difficult "I'm going to Europe for six months." Dogs are iine eftc ft 7th st.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

2 History of a Plan to Abduct President Lincoln, t'RES'DT DAVIS VETOED IT How a Bold Mnjor Wished to Gobble Lincoln up and Bring Him to Richmond—lncidents and Personal Remimscenses of War, &c. The follo-n-lnfr account of a proposition made to President Davis In tho effort to cbtain his consent to a scheme for tho abduction of President Lincoln Is from tho pen of Capt. Henry T. Louth.m of willinansburg, Va., and first appeared In "Tho Confederate Veteran" which is published "Springflolds," six miles cast of Louisville, s surrounded by sloping hills, crystal s reams, picturesque woodlands, nnd blue 'grass fields. The. houso was built about I'lCj by Col. Richard Taylor, tho fathor of Pros, Zachnry Taylor, nnd remained In tho family until the reconstruction days of lt'ftj-70, -when, like so many other homesteads of the South, It passed Into tho hands of strangers. In the old family burying ground, now DvergTOWn with myrtle and' inclosed by l crumbling limestone wall, sleep h...

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