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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

li i For the Woman who'Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business flan Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours History-making Eventa In All Lines of Activity. Brief, Clas?lflcd, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. J?merican J?ffairs. 'The question of Miss Clara Barton'? centro) of tho Red Cross In this; country has been raised again by the reported ?otlon of the Executive Committee of that society favoring her retirement; Mobi? liers of the committee want to offer Mis? Barton' the honorary, presidency for life, and put Admiral Van Reyp?n formerly ?tirgeoh-general of the havy, in chargo of the society. They, say President Roose? velt and his cabinet will servo On the board again with this arrangement. ?'GOLDEN RULE? 'JONES AGAIN. ' fMayor Jones of Toledo, .who has been four ,times elected on his "Golden Rule" platform, announces that he'will be a candidate a r.fth time, without the nomi? nation or guardianship of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

The leaves and the flowors aro coming in nil tho beauty of tholr spring greentss and color, j nnd the manner of tholr ar? rival Is as much a mystery as' ever. Every year one makes up one's mind to -?watch nnd pry Into the methods by Which Nature unfolds the petals upon the stem and reclothos the barren browness of'troo trunk and branches, with a man? tle of living verdure. ?Every year tho miracle Is repeated un? der one's unconscious' oyes without any premonition, ono morning the out-of-door world stands arrayed In Easter dress and tho beholder Is no whit wiser than In years agone. The April brides come with the loaves and the flowers. In fact, all the dainty floral treasures of the Spring; her white lilacs, her tall, white, slender Annuncia? tion lilies, her lilies of tho valley, her show-drops nnd her orange blossoms are a! part of tho April heritage and are laid by,her at tho foot of the brido from whom nothing Is too rare to bo withheld. It Is such a pleasure to noto that there ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

The |? 'Announces for tomorrow and Tuesday \[ The Opening Display of ladies' Knox Walking Hats in Felt and Straw. ;'?'?',;.-';?'??.'.-.?'-??''.!?? ? "rj-'.'i -.';.-,..', ' )005 East Main Street, Opposite Post-o'Hce. ' (Continued ?From Sixth Page.) dal duties of each one will bo assigned at that time. The Restaurali' Committee, of which .Mrs, W. M. WaA Is chairman, will'meet next Wednesdaylin tho Woman's Chris? tian Association ftiiilldlng at noon. Every lady Who Is a tjembor of tho commltteo must attend tre meeting' or have her 'Btme dropped ?vm the list. ./ ? * * '??? Kentuclr table will hold a com? mittee meetln/at noon Tuesday next at No. 202 Etis/ Main Street. Every lady of the comnjMoo Is requested to be pres? ent. ? ? The youig ladles who are pledged to the asslstiico of the chairman of the Virginia t/ble are.requestod to meet Mrs, Archer ?/derson, of No, 103 West Frank? lin Stref. next Tuesday at 11, ?. M. sharp. ' Mi?, iiderson's committee will meet her th??samo, day at noon...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

QUIET WEEK IN NORFOLK N? Other Week as Quietas the Quietest Week in Lent, AFTER - EASTER OAYETY They Will Be the Qayeet Week? Norfolk Ever Enjoyed, Because There are Many More Peopleand They are Better Able to Be Qay. (Special to The Ttmet-DUpatcli.) NORFOLK, VA.? V.troh ?,?-Thls has beon tho quote? weeW .rit Ltrtt. That moans, of course, the quietest weok of tho whole year, for no other weok can he ns quiet a? the quietest week In Lent That does not mean that Hiero will be little doing hem when Easter comes and gives socloty the permission and the op? portunity, ot the passage of wittier Mid tho approach, the enlivening and reln vigorating spring, to be gay; but It nicane rather that, having beon so quiet, socle ? ty must bo unusually gay to recover from the enforced, even If a welcome, restraint ?"?' of religious rest. That Is what socioty is preparing for. The weeks following Easter will bo gay. They will be the gayest weeks Norfolk ever enjoyed because there are many more people...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

DULL WEEK IN WILMINGTON Interest In the Campbell-Berry Marriage In New York; MME. NORDICA IS COMING Engaged with De Reszke and the Met? ropolitan Orchestra for ? Concert on May 2d, Which Will ?t? a Notable Society Occasion. (Special to Tb? Tln>es-t>l?p?fcti.> WILMINGTON, rt.^jj., March M.-Thls has been the dullest week, socially, since tho beginning of the Lenten season, and tho present proqpot?ts aro that society will continuo In an InAotlife ' State until ""after Easter. Then another soasen of gayctles will open, and continue to hold tho round? of illeasure until summer ?erids many of Wilmington's society peoJ pie to tho soashoro. ; ? Wllmlngtonlans are much Interested In tho announcement of the ??approaching marriage ot James Douglas Campbell, , formerly of this city, and Miss Wlnlford Berry, of New York city, which' will be celebrated in that city on Wednesday. , the ISth of April, The Southern colony In New York will bo welt represented, and the occasion Is atitlclpate...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

MR. LEAKED FAREWELL fails Popular Pastor Is to '" Preach His Last Sermon. SPLENDID RECORD HERE Greatly Beloved by tho Congregation of Fulton Baptist Church?Will Now Become State Evan? gelist. Rev, W. S. Loake, tho popular and much-loved pastor of Fulton Baptist ? Church, close his pastorate -with that church this morning, having tendieret! his resignation jsovoral weoks ago takes of ioct by April 1st. Mr. Leako will begin Jila duties as Stato Baptist Evangelist on' Wednesday. His motto will be "Vir? ginia for Christ" / It Is with rmich regret that tho Fulton ohuroh relinquishes their claim on Mr. Leako, but owing to the naturo of the call and the appeal of tho Stato Missionary .?Board they consentod to allow Mr. Lenite .to resign. Tho career of Mr. Leake has been bright und he has accomplished much good since entering tho ministry. Aftor completing Ills oourso at Crosier Theological Semi? nary ho was called to the Baptist Church et West Point, whoro ho did' good work nnd cleared the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

HAVE Y?U The Food That Does Good Hete.j((ji a fooil for invalids and for. those with weak life functions, which, by jits action on the blood, will help your body. to throw off disease, Jfor over a decade (a scientifically medicated emulsion"-of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphit?s and Guaiacol) has been prescribed by the physicians of Greater New York and all other large cities in their daily practice. They have used it w?th: marked success in- all; cases of Weak Lungs, Colds, Coughs, Catarrh, Consumption ^^lifo?Txq^h??s\i for Scrofula, Eczema, Pimples, Boils, Abscesses, and all skin affec? tions. In fact, for all disorders caused by Mai nutrition or the weaknesses cf a body that is improperly or poorly fed. As a result, Ozomulsion has to-day a larger sale than any other emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, and is carried in stock by every druggist in the United States. But still it may be that you have never tried it. So we have decided to make it possible for all to give it a te...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS Congressman Francis Button Harrison a Coming Man. CATES AFTER MORGAN Search for the Man Higher Up S eem Fruitless?Mr. Cromwell's Large Fee?Twenty Thousand Own? erless Ours In New York. By JOHN MARTHOL. (Special to Tbo TimoB-Dlepiitoh.) NEW YORK, March 28.-A gladiator who promises "to make Rome howl" Is daughty John W. Otites, lie has sharp? ened his knlfo from Palm Bench to Chi? cago and from Chicago to New York. Its zip, zip has an ominous sound. He Is out for the scalp lock of Plerpont Mor? gan. That groat captain of Industry said things of John, and John, like his com? panion-picture, William S. Dovory, Is now decorated with war paint and beginning to "holler.", It will be a pretty war. Almost is picturesque as tho descent of the great Dovery on the Tammany wigwam. ? ? ? Apropos of Mr. Morgan, I am reminded of? his European collection of art treas? ures. He possosscs objects of art In Eu rppe.which have cost betwoon throe and tour millions of dollars. These h...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

Views 1.1.11 : .?liikU' From Leading P?pera Mfaeourl Paeaee Law. After year? of struggle with tempt* . tlon, the MImouH LcglelfitUf? hEW de? cided to remove with one crushing blow temptation Itarelf. It hag adopted a re Solution for a, constitutional amendment to the effect thnt th? railroads be oorrt' belled by law to furnish free passes to member? of the- Legislature, and somo classes of publie officer?, "Lot us bo come mantera, Instand of supplicante," orles one Impassioned ?pinker, like the celebrated French revolutionist who ?aid! ' '.The greet, appear great to ua because we are on our. knee?! let be rise," The Legislature ha? "ris." It will stand eteot before corporate power and in Ite might compel corporate power to surr render blue, pink and yellow slip? wjleh ?hall enable It to go to St. Louis every Sunday If it want? to. But this Is not ?trlving with, temptation, smiting It hip fend thigh, and overcoming it, a strife that builds up character and ennobles the etrtver. There...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

A GALE OF SPECULATION Net Changes Little Indication v of the Price Movement. BEAR INROAD WAS FIERCE Unexpected increase In Reserves Shown by Bank Statement Caused Rush For Cover and Violent Rally. ' (By Associated Press.) , NEW YOHK, March 2S.?The stock mar kot was swept by a speculativo gale dur? iti gtho two hours" session to-day, o? which the uulot closing; and tho small not chunges In prices give little Indication, The1 bear party mado a fierce onslaught on prices utter nn unsteady opening and succeeded In dislodging some heavy blocks of stock which were In a vulnerable posi? tion by reason of calls for additional mar? gins nnd by stop-loss orders placed below the market. .. The unexpected Increase in reserves dis? closed by the bank statement caused anxloty onitho part ot tho boars and they bought to cover In an urgent manner, ' causing a violent rally In prices. Thero was a notable ?julctlng down after the ? principal demand from tho bears had boon satisfied, and tho market wa...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

MARKET OF OLDEN DAYS r? '. HoW the Heads of Families Secured Their Supplies. CATEREDFORTHEMSELVES Mr, Thomaa M. Hlltzhimer, Manager of the Commercial Cafe, Tolls ah In? ? tereatlng Siory of Changes In Methods. In ye olden times When to be a butcher meant first to stand tip and givo practi? ca I demount rat Ions ot your ability to carvo and chop, ana when hucksters wero practically non est because people .who'raised vegetables and fruits hired stalls and sold them' themselves"'? In this timo heads of families themselves went to market end were'up nnd away be? times not trusting as no?), tu servants end wagon hoys the nll-linporiutit task of convening to the .homo the supply of food for tho day. ', It Is a development, curious and In .. terestlng, which makes the markets of Richmond what thoy aio to-day and ?what they wero not fifty years ago. .Tho' change, Is a radical une brought about by various causes, chief among which, though the connection may not at once ? bo soen. aro', the a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

WILL BE A GREAT STORE MONDAY It's orle of the days that we try to outdo COHEN'S. The store has spread in space so mucli that you need not fear being crowded. Ample space for all. g ? : ?|| ?. .',.,. i A Sewing Machine Not Made by a Trust It's a Drop Head, Ball Bearing: has two drawers, all the attach nents complete, and we give the ??'ame guarantee that any $65 Ma? chine will give. Price, 115,00. White Suiting Linens 700 vordsi P?re white, finest ? soft finished, yard wide, and every thread pure linen, for 26c. ; Tho Finest Irish ? Linen Suiting. ' double fold, soft finished, round thread, 76c. usually, for 45c. Irish Linen Lawn, full 40 inches wide, usually 60c,, our special price 34c. The 42-thch-wide Linen Lawn, In the finest soft,'dull finish', that can? not be equalled under 76c, priced 44c 300: dozen Dinner Napkins, full bleached, satin damask, % size, a dozen, 76c. . Silver Bleached Extra Heavy Linen Tablo Damask, special 60c. value, per yard, Monday, 38c. ' ' Finest $1.25 Ir...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

??a?????! l'i-, ;??''.'?.?'?'.?'.? ;?' "\ '?;?",.'?,? ?-.-,.? ??'/?.'.'?.''?,- V '.'..-' ?'.".?'?'? Impatti) SECTIONS.! -,?-~J ?sas? ;:;?,; v^^MWl-M: I whole: numpera 16,202. RICHMOND,: YA., SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1903. PRICE FIVE cents; SUMMARY OFJJ?Y'SNEWS f ""; ? '- " jTHpWEATHER. *' ' "-;\? '? ..WASHINGTON. March ??.-Forecast (or t?unijay and Monday. """"?? ?Vlrilnla-r f>-r und co.lder [&ut\?w?. Mon? day Increasing cloudiness;''fresh, northwest to north wlti'dri." '",''???'?'? ' "? "f ?* ?North,^Cttrpllno-rCloudy,,with rain and not so? warm Bup.d?i", Monday 'fair, except rain-on tli/s coastffresh? north'to north ta'et winds. .- _,_., . ? A? fair/:'Sunday..le : predicted by the wft?b?r'people.'ln keeping with tlie'beau? tiful weather'of the.paet.few days.' The '.' tomperaturo;.yeel,er.day,?: was-for ,???? most part?, pleasant, ? although the .mercury In the.'Wtirmost portion of the day reached roHontyslt"'.U had.sunk to ,B2 by mid ) night. Colder Ja predicted"'to:day. " a'tATE ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

Ifcv?ft is washing hadly, and ike crevas*? Ik ?aid to, bo wt-r 300 ?oet In width, but It Is hoped to nrre.it the enimbllUB as soon ?sit Is felt Rafe to begin Packing. One hun? dred thousniitl feet of lumber and sn.Oto . |MieW< want to tho scno early hy" b?rge. Cenerai -Manager Thome, ot the Texas 'niul Pacific Rallwny. reached there early this morning, following expert bridge tangsNititl carpenters, whom ho had or? dered to ?procedo htm.' Mr. Thome ox Jim^ed tho opinion Unit tho break can be mended. The tiro of overflowed lnnd was largely increased lb-day. Nf. lri'"f or slock h?vo been lost,, however, for thero was ample warning and the water spread slowly. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Tn-dny the Texas nhrt Pacific was forced to suspend trafile over Us own line In tile, vicinity ot tho break. However, froisht and through trains nro being fiperatcd over tbo Southern Pacino rails to Chenyvillo, where collection with the main lino of the Texas and PaclIVc Is ugnili mode. Tho trafile orci? the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE ON CURRENT TOPICS. THBSLAVB TRADE Statistics With Respect to the Importa? tion of Negroes to This Country, Edllnr of Tho Tlnrvf-DlspntrHi Blr,?I. submit below a tabla of statis? tics, to' which I Write', I rcalliso that tho destiny of the negro as tt civil nnd politi? cal factor in tho United Slates Is now reaching a crisis, nnd In so far as I?, may bo afl'ccled by tho flat of man. every *cliitlll? of truth should bo brought to light. This table was revealed on tho floor .of tho United States Sonato under the following circumstances! Senator Smith, of South Carolina, In a ?speech In tho Sonato on the Missouri compromiso In" 1820, paid his compliments to Rhode Island for having been bitter '.. nuaiiist slave-holders generally, "This, however, ho believed, could not bo Ilio temper or opinion of-Ilio majority of tho jjcoplo In tfiint State, from the late elec? tion of Mr, James Do Wolfe as a mem? ber of Ilio Sonnte, as ho hod accumulated en Immense fortuno by th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

LIQUOR BILL IN THE HOUSE Mr. E. C, Folkes Oots Meas? ure Referred. SHORT AND SHARP BATTLE Only Two Hours to Be Given For Argu? ment?Judge Robortson and Judge Mann May Appear?Mr. Boaz .Makes Fight Against Reference. The Bonate was not in session yesterday. The Hou?e held abrief session, and be? tides, disposing of-Its calondar, on which appeared some locab bills, decided, after something ot a fight, to refer the gen? eral revenue measure to tho Finance Com? mute?. The Mann liquor amendment was the cause of the light, and' Mr. Folkes led the'battle for reference and won, on the ground that Borne partios desired to bo heard, Mr. Boa?, ohalrman of the Fi? nance Committee, sought to have the bill placed upon the calondar without refer? ence, with a view to having the House disagree to all the Sonato amendments as a matter of form, In order to get the bili: speedily Into conference. While the bill was referred, Mr, Boaz declared that thero will be' no delay In reporting It ? back, and tha...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

WOMEN HATE CATARRH-CATARRH DESTROYS BEAUTY CATARRH UNDERMINES HEALTH-CATARRH RUINS NERVES. afrMe^^jfcrfMK^^M^rtrffcrfMa^eata^Me*???*!^^ ' Catarrh Always a Dangerous Disease. Mise Elisabeth Brown, 708 John 'Street, Baltimore, Md? la a school teacher of that place. Sho found Perlina of benefit to her BH a tonic, and In a recent letter ?ays! / 'Two years ago when my school oiosed ? was so faggod out that I could not sleep, nights. Sleeplessness was a most oerloue trouble to me, and G felt I ought to go away and have complete rest, which I could jil afford. "Ono of the tenchors told ine that she had used Peruna for two years and had , found ,lt a wonderful tonic to build up the system, and so I -bought some. ? ; Complete ' change for the bettor toolc place 'within ten days. I could eat and Bleep .and felt like a How woman. When ; school opened again I felt well and strong and well able to take up my work,"?Eli? sabeth Brown. Mrs. Nellie Gavins, 142 East 67th. St, Now York, writes: "I ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

SPRING I THE MARKET New Vegetables Coming in but Slowly. MANY FLOWERS THERE Violets, Hyacinths and Lilies ara Much In Evidence?Prospect for an Exeellont Spring . Trade. Springtime--l? advancing but slowly upon the markets' of the city. For some reason unknown receipts of early vego ttibles are versf light, nnd up to this time alalia aro ratlior baro tthd unsatisfac? tory, comparatively speaking, There ap? pears, howeveri to be an excellent pros? pect for a fine spring trade when the season opens up properly, Probably tho chiefly notable and at? tractive feature of tho markets at this time is tho great variety of beautiful flowers, which is beginning to brighten tip tho stands. The " warm breath ,'! ?f spring has- tempted bdus upon tree and bush, to open their pot?is to the sun, and the choicest products of tho field are now finding tholr way Into tho markets. Tall and stately lilies calls to mind Easter, Which Is not far oft. Hy? acinths of?.varied size and hue, whlto violets and pl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

Crowded Hull Street and An? imated Scenes, In Stores. AIR OF GREAT PROSPERITY ? re Light 8et Pire to Tree?Funeral Mr. Lyle?Olympia Club'? Bazaar. Elks Meet To-Morrow Night. Mist Ba?rd's Extremo Mine??. , -Manchester Bureau Tlmce^Dlapatch, \ . No. 1102 Hull Street. J , / ?Hull Street presented a busy scene last night The stores were crowded and doing a thriving business, and it was hard to pick ono's way through the Crowds on the street. .,'?'? 'This Is an.Indication of Manchester's ' progrese," said a prominent merchant, In commenting on the condition of things. "The people are beginning to find that they can get at homo hore what they have been accustomed to go to Richmond , for/' The sharp wind and the great clouds nt.dust, however, Interfered very much with the pleasure of ? promenade on the ?' etre?tei? .''': '"./.'??,/ '/) . STILL ALARM. ' } A still'alarm was turned In'from Tenth end Balnbrldgo Streets yesterday eve-' nlng. Chief Crooks went to the'scene ? /and found that an ar...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

OIL OPTIONS IN AUGUSTA Considerable Activity-Pros? pecting Near StokesvlllOj ROAD TO THEOREENBR1ER Extension of Chesapeake and Western Will Open Up a Valuable Undevel , oped Territory and Will Bring Trade to the Valley Cities. (Speclnl to Th? Tlmce-Qltpatch.) STAUNTON, VA., March M.-The oll excitement t?as baeii Btarted up again In ; the nort/hwostern part of this county noar Stokesvlllo, the terminus of tho Chesapeake and Western Railroad, a now road recently 'constructed from Elkton, In Rocklnghnm county, by thoJ way of Harrtsonburg, to Stokosvllle. Last year Mr. J. T. Lightnor, a prominent man of ? tho Stokesvlllo neighborhood, and who represents a firm ot Northern capitalists, was taking options on all tho land In that section that It was possible for him to obtain, It is claimed by a number ,of experts sent hero by different parties that the Indications of oil In this section aro brighter than In any part of tho State. It was generally understood when tho dlfOorent parties wore...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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