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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

Ono of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day la a fund of Information as to right living and the best ,methods of promoting health and happiness. With proper knbwledgo, each hour of recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute to that cud and are of not less value than the using of the most wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents when ueeded. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are used only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of cleansing the system effectually, when billouß or constipated, has long been luuwn, yet until within recent years it was, necessary to resort to oils, salts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly increased quantities. ,; ; , , Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative and carminative principles were to be found in certain plants, principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovere...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

12 HOUSE HAS NO QUORUM No Sessions of tlio Senate on Yesterday. ANTI-TRUST BILL OFFERED Mr. Fulton Presents One Whose Passage Would Prevent All Combinations of Business and Would Reenact Wh.irton Insurance Law. The Senate mw not In session yentcrdny. ami tlio House adjourned shortly ufter meeting on account of the absence of a auorum. A resolution was adopted providing that hereafter tho body meet at noon Instead of 10 o'clock, because Us rnlendar work Is pretty well .tip. nnd In order to allow the committees to liavo , more time fi>r their labors. An effort wns made by Mr. Churchman to Hecine the better attendance of mem- . bers through a resolution cutting off leaves of absence after May Ist, i^ut it vas finally withdrawn, so gen oral was Ihe opposition which developed. There, wero several bills offered, but only one was of more than local Inter?st. This Was by Mr, Fulton, of Wine, ■triO It was In tho nature of a sweeping »ntl-tnist measure. Ita passage would compact In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

EDITORIAL SECTION. THR TIMER. FOUNDED ItSO THK DISt'ATCH. FOUNDED IRSO. THE GUNS To Announce Close of a Century of Inland Empire. IMPRESSIVE SPECTACLES Outline of Three-Day Programme to Celebrate Centennial at St. Louis, President Leads and Diplomatic Corps Will be Present. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) BT. LOI 18, April li}.— A salute of one hundred trims will announce to th«f world st noon, April 30th, tho close of the first cntury of an Inland empire that XaI>( icon noli! for v kokkOne of tho most impressive military (spectacles of peaceful times will sweep through the metropolis of the Louisiana dorrloln— a glittering display of American cirins, ut the zenith of tho Kf public's power. Kings, emperors nnd potentates send their ambassadors to swell the homngn of this people to tho penln.-i that, by hloodIcmj connuwt. Bavo to the country a territory one-third the size of all Kurope. For the first time in the history of tho government, tho entire diplomatic) corps leny...

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

3J THE STATUS OF SENATE Alcmbers Wliose Terms Expire January Ist Next. SOME WHO WILL RUM AGAIN Others Contemplate Retiring from Public Llfe-Those Who Will Be Opposed for Nomination. Some Uncertain. The torms of nineteen members of the State Senate will expire on January Ist i,\ext, nnd them Is also a vacancy In the Thirty-seventh District, Jut to the death of £>t. George W. Le Cato. «1I of which must: be filled at the November election. The terms of all tha Senators from tho e«wsn number districts will expire with tho present year, 'and their successors aro to bo chosen for four years. Hare la tho list of the Senators who may or may not bo returned, after this BORsion: R. P. Bruce, district of Wist, Leo and Scott. Edward Lyle, district of Koanolto city, Montgomery, Craig and Roanoke counties. E. J. Harvey, district of Patrick, Carroll and Grayson. George B. Keetell, district of RockIngham. S. L. Lupton, district of Frederick arid Shenandoah. Thomas D. Gold, district of Cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

Thalhimer's. There is No Collection to be Found Elsewhere Equal to Our Showing in For This Spring's Business We Have Made Extra Purchases and Invite You to Sec Them. These arc a Few of the Many Specials and Prices Offered for this Week's Selling. Tailor-Made Suits. Have you visited our Suit Department the fast week? If not, you arc missing many elegant opportunities to secure one of our ivel/'tuilorcd garments at reduced figures. The reduction of ten j per cent, to twenty-five per ecu i keeps the department hustling. \ All-Wool Cheviot and Btflmlfio Suit \ CfoaU, tnndo In Jackel efteei and blouse [ stylo, now Plare Hklrt, unllncd nr nui'ie ' over mercerised drdp skirt, fiitlrn suit nlcoly trimmed and w.'ll tailored, I only Jin. Walking nnd Drops Suits, plain brofld \ cloth and fancy mixtures, collarlesH Silk Waist News White and lilack Jap- Bilk Waists, with fagot trimming, full Bleeve, at $2.i(S. Pongee Silk Waists, box plaited front ami back, with largo pearl buttons, rinpthor sty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly at No. « North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Bnter*<J January 27, 1903, nt Richmond, Vs., es 6econd-ClaM Matter, under Art of Con- ' ore»o of March S, 1879- Th« DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold •t 2 centu a copy. The 6UNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH !■ •old at 5 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— CO cents a month. J5.00 a year. 52-50 for clx months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, m* eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Crr.-ler, 5 cent* per week. .--..-rru The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. „, „. All Unsigned Communications will Be rejected. , «,. Rejected Communications will not do returned unless accompanied by stnrnP*Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. SUN-DAY. APRIL 26. 190 J. DR. ABBOTT'S VIEW. The address mado night before last before tho Education Conference by Lyman Abbott wns noteworthy In several re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

5 GREAT RACE FOR GOVERNOR Many Strong Candidates Will Enter. I O liE'VERY LIVELY BATTLE General Ayes First to Formally Announce Hi's Candidacy, but Williird, Ellyson, Atierson, Swanson and Others Way Bo in Final Heat. Wlille tha giibirnatorlol battlo of 1805 Is a long way in tho futu.ro, and while a great many chnigeH mny take placo bofore It Ih flnall fought out beforo tho pofipltf. yot Onojthlng iiooins thus oarly rcitle<l beyond my i*eo»onablo doubt, and that Is, that it \ill bo ono of tho liveliest wflnossed In tl> fHate In many years, whoever shall h thn candidates In tho laat heat, and \>iatrv<T shall bo tho ul!iin'iti' r'-^ulL It will bo tb first real Stato battln (subsequent to tho ffolni? Into effoct of Iho new conatijitlonal conditions, and by llin tlmo It liconductcd tho lines will hnvc been full! Bottled, and tho Ignorant and vicious vj(n will liave been ollmlrated from nt parties, nnd in cvry kootlon of the o|(lC!')rninonwealt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

c The week ja*t beginning will be a -week of woddlngs, some very elegant ceremonials bolng Incu-Jded In the weekly calendar of events. Aside from the Weddings, tho entertainments will bo uii..hu:il In number and briliianey, the production of ''Charley's Aunt" and "Chopsticks and Splkens" at the Academy for Wednesday tho 29thi the Kentucky Musicale at the Masonic romplo for April 2Sth; the reproduction of tho Museum of Freaks for the evening of May Ist nt tho Temple and the brilliant german to be given the same evening will furnish ample occupation to engngro tho thoughts of Bociety people, May-I>ay falls thtH year on a Friday. It is a day for thn practicing of love charms and irmooent merry-maYclng, though tho month of May, by a Roman Buperßtitlon, Ik tronnidered unlucky for •weddings. Probably this Is because the festlvalß of Bona Drei nnd tho feasts of tho <\cm\ wero holt! In May, a survival of which In found in the fact that Mn,y Is "Memorial month" In tho S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

A SOCDEIYY (Contlnupd from Sixth Page.) tatlons dlßtrlbutod among tho fconlletnen find the ladles, e.ich ciuolatlon ftflftlgned to a Benileman (lading its complemeht in tho words wrlilon on the pllp held by Ihe lJdy. After tli» Kantlehieh hft<l (ouhd theft fates by meftnfl ot tbla literary lottery', thoy were grb'UpM nlnnn and oach j plven a slip of pftpaf and required to wrlto a description of thn young lady whom fortune hn<s ftßilgtied him, IrtrMi describing her dross. Theso fleflcrlptloni ■wore thnn rond aloud, the young )ndy <icccrlbed standing whllo tha otiloery was ron/1. Bdino of tho (roiitlotnon grow pootIr.ii and orithtlfllajitla in their poTtrrtltufa of tho young Indlos, of whmn in Home caflps thoy hod hnd but a nllmpso. Borne of th-» effort* to dencrtbo iho eo^ttutnfcs worn worn rldlciilouM In Ihn nnd pnm<> Riinirl.Mlngly aCcllrfltO. At nil events, th'> writers of tlm descrlpllva rwns In evefy rn=o trlnd to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

s SOCIETY IN NORFOLK Luncheon in Honor of Allss Lambert of St. Louis. SEVERAL CARD CLUBS The Monday Card Clu'o Was Entertained by Miss Rosa Myers at Her Residence in Bute St.— LabtCotilionofOld Point Club. (SpoeJal to The Times-Dispatch.) NOKFOLJC, VA., April 23.— An attractive luncheon wus given Tuesday by Misses Fannie and Mary Koyster at their home In Ghent. The (jueot of honor wus Miss Lillian Lambert, of St. -lahils. Covers woro laid for six, and those present were Miss Lambert, Miss Alice Kelly, Miss Lucy Baylor, Miss Bessie G randy and the Misses Royster. Mrs. J. Jctt McCormlck entertained at cards Tuesday afternoon at her home In York Street. Mrs. McCormlck'a guests •wero Miss Lucy Lee Brooks, of Alexandria, Miss Frazler, of Staunton; Miss Dosslo Conrad, of Winchester; Miss Florence Whoat, of Horryvllle; Miss Jano Cartor of Warronton; Mlas Kit NewblU, Miss Alice Williams and MJ»9 Nelly LltTho Monday Card Club was entertained by Miss Hosa Myers «t her residence In Uute Street...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

M ROANOKE . No Dearth of Pretty Girls In tho Contest for Queen. SUCCESSFUL AMATEURS The Players' Club Havo Beon Invited to Give Their Latest Success, "Wealth and Matrimony," In Bedford City and Elsewhere. to Tha Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ROANOKE. VA., April 28.— Whether It '_■ due to the weather or the many publto entertainments. It Is not known,, but one or the other has been tho cause of making the past week a , blank so far aa homo noclal functions are concerned. There have been any number of small affairs, a few couples to play cards, or take supper, but no largo private entertainment. It Is suggested that probably this may be fluo to tho fact that tha weather has boen so wintry that the ladios could not weiir their spring costumes to entertainments and they had laid away pariy dresses worn before the beginning of tho Lenten season. Anyhow, there hus been no largo private function and none schoduled for the noar future. Tho cnrnlvn.l b«gina on tho 4th of May. and there has boon a lively ...

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

IV PUBLIC IS INDIFFERENT Tho Professional Traders Had Market AH to Themselves. DROP IN METROPOLITAN Prices Rose on Appearance of Favorable Bank Statement, but Eager DeI sire to Sell .it Advance Cause a Drop Dack to Lowes! Level. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK. April 25.— T0-day's stock market gave abundant evidence t.hnt the professional traders had it entirely to themselves. The .uitsi.lo public continued profoundly Indifferent to the market. Some stress was laid In the COSSIp Of the street upon a fear that tho situation Dreatnd hy Russia's now demands In Manchuria in'l.u-ht develop a crisis. Of more immediate effect was tho renewed weakness caused In Metropolitan Street Hallway by the veiled intimations <if matter ft>r Investigation by the district attorney's office In thr affairs of the corporation. Motrnpnlltan Street Hallway Itself dropped 3 points. Metropolitan securities il, nnd the other local tractions) n. point or TJie market was mostly a waiting one...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

52 THE WEEK IN FINANCE Many Events of Importance Eventuated In Seven Days. HIGHER PRICES PREDICTED Bears Not Expected to Press Their Operations Further— Money Situation Has Materially Improved. Panama Indemnity to Be Paid. (Special to The Times-Dißpatch.) NBW YORK, April •&.— Tho financial dko Hays: Tho dcveloiiments of the week «o far Vlh thny affect Iho future of tho nltuatlon vito Insignlflcaht in compnrlnon with tin; muny events of commercial and flnancl 1 Importanco thrtt have occurred during tho past month. Such news a.- bocamo publlo was ot a favorable character which whs roflcetcd by a continuance of tho upward movement In tlio atock markot that Bet 'In during 1 the latter part of tho preceding wnolc. A chango of np^cuIntlvo was apparent to tho moat casual observer of dock transactions; and whllo it l« difficult to forecast tho future of a market such as haa oxlatpd plnco tho beginning of tho year, It Is an ucknowledgod fact that many large traders, nomo or whom ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

!>2 Merchandise activity of the past two weeks has proven this great store tho master of a power that must fill every Richmond buying community With a satisfaction for economy (lint leaves ordinary chances far in the background. ! ? 2nd these facilities are not confined to any class of goods, but extend to almost every want. You must come to the store in order to realize what is going on. Silks c^a Liberty Price! Silks that are as free from f this was (he only silk .store in tl tht\v constitute but ono out of (en 50c. STLK CHIFFONS AND I MOUSSELINE DE SOIES AT 29c. YARD— I.OOO yards, ill white, blnr-k | and cream, pure silk, best wearing I qunlitiev 7S c. WHITE HABUTAI SILK AT 50c. YARD— 2I pieces, embroidered in dots nnd figured designs, eofl and lustrous, for whole dresseea and separate wnhts. • 81.00 MOIRE VELOURS AT 50c. ,yAKl>— To olose .125 yards, white grounds, with stripes, in palest tints, newest largo wave designs. , 88c. BLACK TAFFETA SILK AT 65c. YA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

TMtt TlMttS. KOUNI3IBD 18S0. THIS I IjISPATCH. KOUNDJSD l.ttO. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON, April 27.— Forecast for • I'ltenduy nnd Wednesday: Virginia— Fair, warrnor Tuesday. WodrondrivTHlr; fresM cast to south wlnilei Norih (.'arollnu^Fnlr Tuesday; warmer In Interior. Wctlnosduy fair In east, showers nnd cooler In west portion; fresh oast winds, Tealerdiiy nfturnoon wns ft gonulno Bpring day. but nfter nlghttnll It Ki'fiw chilly (tgnln, tho mercury dropping from 80 at 3 o'clock to 52 nt midnight, 'iho prospocto for to-duy and I to-morrow aro fair nnd warmer, STATE OF THE' TIIfiitMOMETEtt;, 6 A. M 5* J2M. .. .., «2 B I>. M g 6 P..M fl V V. M £8 W midnight ■ Avorngo ] • eol - a Highest temperature ynaterdny f Lowest temperature yoßtordny - « M*nn tompcriiture yesterday... Os Normal temporaturn for April.. do DfpHrt'.iro from normal temperature., ra l'leclpltatlon during past 21 houra.... w MINIATt/ftlS ALMANAC. Anrll 28, 11)03. Btm rises 5:20 HIGH TIDI3. Bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

* to U«« pnwMonoy. Th«i alumni of New T«rk Mid llio North tfonereny an unanlmo«m tot Dr. Moor©. Dr. WoodiVm WiLjon, president of Princeton, and m native ot August* county, Is wa«nly ndvoontlnK Dr. Moorrfa eleottbn. There At* Wen on tho botvrd who favor tlio •leotlort of Colonel G>orff4 Vf. allies, of Bt. Albnttg, but I lmva no Idea ha wm GREATEST CAVALRY CHARGE. Senator Daniel has written me that I was mistaken in speaking recently in this correspondence of the battle of Brandy Station as the great cavalry fight of the war. He says in his note that the engagement at Trevillian's Station, in Louisa county, in 1864, between Hampton and Sheridan, was the severest cavalry fight of the entire war. He says, however, that Brandy Station is frequently spoken of in the manner in which I alluded to it. I am sure nobody will contadict Senator Daniel's statement, certainly no one who knows of his careful study of the great struggle in which he took such a gallant part, will have the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

PROSPEROUS Gen. Maximo Gomez Talks of Land He Fought For. LOAN NOT YET FLOATED But the Old Veteran Expresses the Be lief That It Soon Will Bo— Everyone, He Says, Feels Grateful to tho jj American People. (By Associated Press.) JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ' April £7.Genoral Maximo Gomez arrived In Jack■onvlllfl to-day and wim Interviewed as to condltlonn In Culm, lie said: "The Cuban Kuvenimont 1h getting along woll. In fact, In the present, goxrornn<°nt and thd general cori!«ntment of tho people I see what I havii for years hoped for, and for which I fought through two bitter wars. No ono can form an ndoquato )doa of the Hufforingtf of tho Cuban people and what they had to contend with during tho last fow yoarfl ot Spnnlsh control. Hut with all of this, the. '.country has recuperated wonderfully, and Ifl to-<3ay In a much better condition Industrially than thoso who woro in Cuba at tlio closo of tho war dared to hopo. "Tho Cuban loan of J35.000.000 has not been floated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

; Pie Times- D i sp atoli IMb** Dally and weekly at No, 4 Hth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 57, 1903, at Rleh* Tiofid, Va.. «» Seoond'Clns* V Mttter, under Act of Cuilorese of March 9 ( WW. ITh«-OAtLYjT»MEO'bIBPATOH I* sold :'t'BMta 4f~oopy« Tiw SUNDAY TIMBS-DISPATCH l» >ld at 4 eenH a copy, DAILY TtMKB.DI9PATCM by m«H— -e«ntt-«-m<mth, 18.00 « year, »a.50 for * month*, $1,140 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES* DISPATCH by mall, Th« DAILY TIP»E6>DI6PATCH, I"' udlnfl Sunday, oy Carrier, 15 cents per The. BUNDAV TIMEB-DISPATCH, by , .i>arrfßr, b centt, per wook. ._.„., The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, _■■ All Unsigned Communications will be """■'rejootetf* ; Rejected Communications will not bo ■ returned unless occompanlod by stamps-—-—Uptown Office fit T. A. .MILLER'S, No. ;;|l9 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, APRIt, 28, 1903. A CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION. ;■ Sometime n«x> 'Jia New York Evening: \ Post, In discus Jinc: the suffrage qu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

EDUCATORS EDUCATED See Historic Sights Along tho James River, TRAYLOR'S MEGAPHONE Qlftod Richrnondnr Was Invaluable, Tho Old Church at Jamestown and Its Ancient Sorvice of Silver, TY'rltton between Jamontown and Nowport Nowh.) fills day on Jiiiutis Rtvor lion boon ono »f uuaUoycd iktllxlit. It l.i not going too tar to say thet not ono thing has doIractod from tho pleamiro of the trip, and »very posirtblo affoncy and condition had toiitributod to empiinslsro and Increase It, J*ho weather, an all know, hott boon pertuct. A Btlff breeao has boon blowing nil dny, but not a person has It kept fforn Ihe docki?,, Tho good steamer "Hampton ' bas Just left Jamestown Island and 1h li.cwlng through tho now truly yollow tvaters of this majestic stream at tho rfito of not lesa than fourteen mllos an . hour. The trip has boon a genuine plcamiro. The vlnltlng mombora of tho Conference for Education In tho South havo been Bxwt eiU.hualnatlc. The Introduction ttnuld not omit a montlon of tlio conlil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

• ■ LICENSES GRANTED Sunday Laws Were Vigorously Enforced In Charlottesvllle. WARNS LIQUOR DEALERS Ke Morris States That If an Honest brt Is Not Mado .to Observe tho .aw, Ho Will Exerclsß His Broad Powers Sharply. (Special to Tho Tlmpß-Dlßpatch.) UHAKIvOITKSVILLii VA., April 27.— In tho Corporation Court this momlnir. Judge George \V. Moi'rls presiding, retail l.'Quor license was granted slxtoon applicants. Thla fives Charlottesvllle five losh ealoons than formerly. At a recent mooU Intf of tho City Council tho olty license ■was rained from *HO to *400. making tho total tax $776. After tho granting of tho licenses Judsro Morris gave tho applicants some pound advice. Tho hard feeling existing against the dealers, ho said, Is due to the fact that the saloon had boen conducted looaely In tho past. Tho saloon can bo rim In a decent and Indocont way, and discretion must bo exercised, "ir." eatd he. "I find a dealor soiling liquor, on Sundays or to minors or to habitual drunkards, I ■will...

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