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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

DEATH OF SKINNER Canadian Irisuranco Company Is Investigating. KEADY FOR THE CARNIVAL Delegates to Southern Baptist Convention from Raleigh— A Wrecked Freight on Southern Causes a Long Delay. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) RAtiISIOH, N. C, April 27.— Mr. O. N. Chaffoo, of Detroit, Michigan, ' spent tho past three days In Raleigh aa special agont for tho Canadian Insurance Company, Investigating tho death of tho late Xrtidlow Skinner, who was shot and killed by Ernest Haywood. Ho would make no statement of the result of his investigation. Skinner carried a $6,000 policy with tho Canadian Company. Among those from Raleigh who will attend the Southern Baptist Convention at Savannah, /May 7th, are J. C. Caddell, J. \V. Bailey, Rev. T. 13. Skinner, N. B. Broughton, S. N. Toler, Roy. A> N. Botts, R. N. Slmms, C. J. Hunter, K«v. R. T. Vann and X M. Broughton. A wrecked freight train throe nills ea*t ©£ Raleigh very much delayed travel on tho Southern Railway early Sunday morni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

I WO FELLOWS ARE CHOSEN Contest at Hampden-Sldney for Prize for Declamation. "THE GERMAN PURCHASERS Candidates Already In the Field for Ilia Fall Local Electlons-THo Council Had Right to Allow Increaso of ' Phone Rates. r (Special to Tho Tlmea-Dispatch.) . .fARMVILLK, VA., April 27.— Tho fac*Wlty ot Hampden-Sldney Cpllego will resommend Mr. Frank 11. Mann, of Notto.frny Courtliouso, and Mr. W. T. WlUlamfl, 'ir., of Woodstock, to t^o Board of Trustees as follows for tho session of MO3-'(M. Vho former will be lnstruotor of mathe- . tnaUcs and latin, and tho latter In English and Greek. Mr. Mann has been oloot'ed president of the Y. M. C. A. tor next \ Reason. ' The following young gentlemen have been selectod by their respective , classmates to compete for tho prlae an-. ' BVAlly bestowed by the Board of Trusteop, to the b63t -doclaltnbr In tho sophomore '■»nd freshman classes: Sophomoro class, .-*W. L. Hansberjjer, of Waynosboro; R. M. 'rrlco, of Charleston, W. Va., and H. W. [Wall, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

SERMONS ON SUNDAY Three Notable Ones Were Delivered. ABBOTT AT FIRST CHURCH Great Audlenca Qathert to Hear tho Distinguished New York Minister. Rev. W, R. Moody to Men. Throe notable soraons, dollvorod by distinguished out-of-town ministers, who have been in attendance upon the Education Conference, woro preached In Richmond on Sunday last. / DU. ABBOTT'B SERMON. . Hundreds of people were turned from the doors of tho First Baptist Churoh, whero, in the morning, preached, the Rev. Pr. Lyman Abbott, editor of tho Outlook, the most widely known and Influential religious weekly In the world. On the lnsldo tho place was packed to a Jam. Every seat in the main auditorium was token. The gallorlca were filled from ouil to end with oagor auditors, not one of whom loft tho church until the service was over. Tho Inclemoncy of tho weather had absolutely no offoot upon the attendonoo. It Is estimated that fully llfteen hundred . peoplo were packed Into tho churoh. Many members of tho Legislature...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

10 THE DULLEST OF THE YEAR fe Speculative Public Indifferent to the Market. THE BROKERS TRADE But Their Efforts Brought No Special Encouragement nnd Special Movements In Few Individual Stocks Were Only Feature Offered. . _ (By Associated Pross.) NEW YORK, April 27.— The somnolent condition of to-day's stock , market was significant of tho continued IndltToronca Of tho genoral speculative nnd general public, Even the professional traders found discouragement In tholr efforts to move prices by trading with each other, . : rwd the general tone of tho market In con■seiiuonce was tho dullest thus far this Speoial movemonts In a few individual 'is stocks wore all that offered any feature. , ! A rooort by expert account on account Of the" Metropolitan Street Railway, Intended to rofute tho charges of Irrogular accounting against that company, was mado tho occasion for marking up that stock 2% points. A hHostlle purpose to- , wards |tho bear party in the stock waa apparent and tho gains was...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

• a ZSGetits, fjj tg W fir v^ 1 ' WORD. Ca*hlnAd»anoo Attt m trtl ■ HELP WANTED— FEMALt. YOUNG LADY WANTED "tO^ANa'Sb Lartlos' Hftlr Goods n.ml Hair Droßslng Parlors: good salary given. Address box 214, Norfolk, VOj "WANTED, LADIES TO MAKID NIBCK- ' WKAJt from sample, $7 to $12 wookly, oxporlbnoe not noooapary: yond solf-acl-droftood stamped onvolono. IDEAL MANUFACTURING CO., 503 Wohl 133 d Street, Now, York, _^ ,WANTED, COLORED GIRLS-100 RI3Bpeotablo colored girls for light and hoalthy manufacturing work; will bo paid -while learning; can Boon mako good •wagou; girls from 14 to 20 yours of dgo, who live at homo and who havo nover worked In norvlco preferred. Apply Immediately to i'To. CIO N.. Twelfth Btroot, oppoHlta colored Normal School. HELP WANTED— MALE WAJfTBD, SIX FmST-bIjASS'm'ACHIN-IBTS: steady work and good pay. Apt^y THIB MA.THIESON ALKALI WORKS, Baltvlllo, Va. tllffl BEST KNOWN RETAIL SHOE Salesman, 'ffllh a big personal trade, Is open for an engagement! tho best roawon ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 April 1903

Miller 6 Rhoads, j Miller & Rhoads. WE A THER FOR EC AS 7— Tuesday, fair and warmer. Warner's Rust Proof Corset. The "Gladys" $2. ■ If a wonrnu could bo made to realize that the (bSEiS. proper selection of her corset had much to do not %, \?T >\ onl y n B rnceful carriage naid a dignified bearing,, w^ but also wiib a prett<v ftU5G * she woaldbG morecarolul WjS^^SjjT to buy only those corsets made on correct lines and r^^Mm, iv accordfmce with the requirements of hygiene ns U jswl )) related to her form. /^M L WARNER'S RUST PROOF line embraces a variety / \'A vSI? large enough to enable every woman to be properly 'A \ »i£H s " fitted, and the one we illustrate to-day— the GLADYS, /(I^W proof is one of the best 52.00 corsets that's made. GLADYS, Batiste, ribbon trimmed, short hip and a fine ■ garment for slender figures. The Great Sale of Worthy Silks. Sunday's paper told you the sale TtfouM op.eh Monday Morning and bo- ; ; iwe^n t!-i.- / i)ponlnff an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

tiiiWM: f«M. I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,228. SUMMAHY OF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST. "WASHINGTON, April 'a.— Forecast for warm Tijuraduy. Frldny, rnln hiiu colder; varlublo ■' North Carollim—ti'alr, continued warm Thursdny. Krldas', BhcyworH and colder, Xrd»li Kouth winds, beconilng variable, Ycatorduy was .ilwut tho warmnst day of iho HctiHOM, tho tliomomotcr rußlsterIng Istf dokruuH at; 3 o'clock. At midnight tho mercury Indicated (12, l*'or to-day tho buronu pi'oplKiclftt gay continued warm Btul fair wuathnr, and for to-morrow rain cud colder. HTATJi! OF THM THISHMOMBTBn. 0 A. M g' ia m \ fl !! V. M !?■ I! 11,I 1 , M »\ ti V. M ' iS n mldnlßJU ;Jf_ . Aydrag'o ••" "^ Highest tomperattiro yostcrtliiy 80 lowest tomporaturu yesterday wj Slenn tumjiiirnturo ye»tfrdfiy w Normal tpuiptiraturo ycHtnrday........ 7J Departure! from normal tomperaluro. H Precipitation durln« pnat 34 hours.... W M-INIATUITinLMANAC. 0) Bun rises 5:17 I HIOII TIDE. Bun seta c!O7 I Morn nw 8-JJ Moon scts....io.yj 1 Bycnhig ••"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

t \fchiMriniin of tho divided committed, offered two •eporis In response to the Uhaekeltdrd resolution, referring the tWftttcr to tho committee. That rosolu;1 tlon of reference Instructed tho committee to ruport an to the legal status of ■ itha ease and Mso Its conclusions us to thfl evidence, tftfcen nnd lirltttod In tho . the first report presented by Mr. Meliwalne nnd road by Clerk Stono wns that Brawn by Messrs. .Ooßblll. T3rued nnd others, It la In full ns follows: ,To tho Senate of Virginia: Thft undersigned mombor« of tile Com- ..< inlUeo for CourU of Justice, to wwon S?as referred the following renolut .on. Resolved. That the ques lon of the ie- : o? tho BoSaSrN?hictf •M"i 1 5«. i sffiiVJsfts the legal status of .the question "ndrurther their •conclusion upon the evidence lakon In the cnm'O. gfrT-T^ !n"th ir opinion, the probMdtan he?etoforo had 'by the General AssemW looking to tho removal fiom office of C. J. Cnnipbeil. Judge or tno ' County-Court of Amhorst cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

MAKING OF SAILS , CAUSES SURPRISE British Sporting Circles Stirred Up Over Report of English Sallmakers, (Dy Associated Press".) lONDON, April 2l».— Tho sensation iiiiusf:d In British yachting circles' by tho ! iLtinountietnont that natsey nnd l^ipthorn, j tho ISngllsh Biiitnnkon), who have .an ■ Gstabllshmixil at City Ishind, N. V., havn, .boon Rlvoii 6rders for suits of sails for tho Rolfu'tiC'S, tho Constitution and tho : /.'oluinbht, can ho best Judged by.anlodl#iorlal article which appears In tho ■ ia/yaehtliiK World of April SOlh, under the; Mlioadlng "An International (7) Contest." jtf ri'lio article says: --' |J "Anglo-Saxon yachtsman will regret to " lioar that tho forthcoming contest for tho America's cup has practically lost Its Internatlonal character owing to tho acceptance of an. order for a new suite of B(iJ)s for ono of tho defenders by Ratsdy and I>npt.liorn, of Cowcs nnd City Island. Since they happen to bo tho only Individuals other than the nctunl desi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

* The Times-Dispatch PubllthH Drtlly nod Weekly *i No. 4 North Tenth Street, Rlehmorid, Vs. ■nterW January if, 1909, at Rich* (\( \ tnond, Vs., as fieeohd-CUii Matter, under Act of Con* ur*M of March 3, 1879. '.h« DAILY TIMKS* DISPATCH l» "Id at £ cents a copy. , The SUNDAY TIMES.DISPATCH I. •old «t- B cents a copy. dA»LV TIMES-DISPATCH by mnii— 13 cents a month, 88.00 a year, $2.50 for •Ix months, $I.6ofocthf<e months. SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DI9PATCH, !"• eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per W T°he SUNDAY TIMEB-DI6PATCH, by Cnr.-lcr, S cent* pep week. , T « U The WEEKLY TIMES-DIUPATCH, $1.00 yenp, i,i v. All Untlgned Communications will oe : rejected. „ 4 K « Rejected Communications will not oe returned unless accompanied by stampi. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. , THURSDAY, iLPRIL' 80, 1003. COMBINES AND DEMOCRACY. Our esteemed contemporary, tho Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, la trotting Itself because of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

THETAXON MINERALS Compromise /Vleasure Adopted by tho House Yesterday. 810 INCREASE IN REVENUE The Corporation Bill Considered,, but. No Vote Reached Upon It— Bills That Were Offered and -r^ Referred. The most Important action of the General Assumbly yesterday was the adoption by tho llouno of the compromise 'meuHure rolittlng, to. tho. taxation of mineral lands, which metu Inn views of *tv jmrtloH. Tho bill wiw drawn by Hon. Kufua A. Ayorts hikl ofrored by Mr.XarIrr. of Scptt. It jirovld«M for a Hpo :uJ ftuHOHsmont of mineral InndH bioimlully by commlßßloiiei h of rovenue, the m»m»motit to bo certified to the Corporation CommlsMlon. Ina«!oqun«<» br «oi.esHlve UHHOHsmontfl may bo 'rectified by ttppealto l.ho Circuit Courts find f nally to the Court ot Aiipoals. It Ih e.sllmtttlng that tho bill will Increaon tho rovenuu from this Bubject of Ui.Hiillon from Hoventyflvo to ono hundred thousand dollars an- " Th/sonale dovoted the day to consideration of the comtulttea bill em...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

NEW SHOE FACTORY Plans Formed for Important Enterprise In FrederlcKsb'g JUDGE GOOLRICK NAMED He Will Succeed Judge A, T. Embrey v' as Commonwealth's Attorney— ReX port of the Committee on Road Construction In N. O. (Special to The Tiraes-Dlapatch.) FRISDIfIRICKSBURa, VA., April 23.At a meeting of the Bus.lnoss Men's Association, held last night, there' was a larjro tiUendanoe and much Interest shown In th» proposed establishment of a now shoo factory here, plans for which wore laid beforo tha meeting. The subject was referred to a committee to bring in a full report at a regular meeting to be held In a few days, whon, It Is understood, favorable action will be taken. Tho now factory will e-mploy 100 hands. The association endorsed Judge John T. Goolrlck for Commonwealth's Attorney, to succeed Hon. A. T. Embroy, who was . yesterday elected Judge of tho Corporation Court, to fill the vacancy caused by tho resignation of Judge A. AY. Wallace. Judge Kmbrey will mako the appointment, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

CARNIVAL AT RALEIGH i • • City Putting on Gala Attlrei and Fakirs Coming. UNIVERSITY WINS SUIT Baptist Female College to Receive at Once a Large Portion of the Legacy of Justlco Fnlrcloth— Other Opinions Handed Down. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH, N. C, April 20,-The city 1m now getting welt Into her gala attlro for tho approaching May Festival and Merchants' Carnival, which opens May 4th, joontlnulng until the Oth. Noflrly all tho business houses on Kayotlcvlllo and Martin Streets aro bright with streamers, flags, etc., and tho great arch at tho head of Fayotlevlllo Street, opposite tho Capitol, Is noarlng completion, The carnival attractions aro beginning to arrive, and friklru aro lo bo scon on all sides. Tho one-faro for tho round trip given by the rallroud for the carnival Is expected to bring largo crnwds. Tho Supremo Court has decided In faivor of the Baptlttt Fomalo University Jn tho case of the university against E, B, Borden, executor of ox-Chief Justlco W. T. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

PLABAMA CASE LIKE VIRGINIA'S Boes Not Affect Validity of Constitution. SHOWS TENDENCY OF THE COURT A Forerunner of the Virginia Case. GENERAL MILES FOR PRESIDENT General of the Army, Admiral of the Navy and Next in Command Are All Democrats — The Visit of President Roosevelt to Unlver- . slty of Virginia Will Occupy Few Hours. ■ • - The Timos-DSspatoh Burea.u, No. 1417 Q Street, N. \V., Washington, D. C, April 29th, The Virginia Constitution case will not too heard until tho fall term of tho court, .•which opens October 2d. It was thought (tho caso would come up on tho lith of vM&y, but, as usual, tho dockst is very 'much crowded and tho causo had to be '♦rtracced to tho fall term. ' Interest in the Virginia caso will bo loss ■'now, cwlng to tho de'clslon in tho AlaI toamc. case, which is looked upon as a ; pura forerunner of that which will be ''rendered when Mr. Wise's caso to test '.tho. Virginia Constitution comes up. The general improsslon that tho court 1 !was loat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

ON LIQUOR FLECTIONS Important Bill Is Offered Inj House of Delegates.' - ! APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES Measure Offered Designed to Place In, Ihe Hands of Specially Appointed j Officials the Conduct of Local '. , Option Elections. In the House of Delegates yesterday, Mr. Frank T. West, the member from' Louisa, presented a bill which If passed will have tho effect of placing In the hands "of specially-appointed Judgeo the task ot conducting local option elections throughout tho Stato. This mcasuro in an interesting one, In lino with recent tomporance legislation and It is attracting somo little attention. According to the present law, the elections are undor the supervision of tho Judges .appointed In thd preceding general election, held In the community affected, Mr. West wishes to change this so as to secure special offlcors for the ftpeclal election. In speaking of the matter yesterday, he said In effect: "I have introduced the bill" solely to seouro a fair and Jilst administration of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

STOCK MOVES NARROWLY /The Trading Dona Along Professional Lines. CLOSED FIRM IN TONE A Half-Million Shipment of Gold to South Africa Keeps Alive Conjecture ns to Future Outwnrd Movement. (By Associated Press.) NHNV YOUK, April M.— The stock marIcot was still restricted to a very narrow professional choJine! to-day, but It got through the day without the recent customary reversal of the course of prices. ■.The market otosod at practically tho hl(jhost level and with a notably Him tone. Tho Improved tone was largely due to tho ■ ympalhetlc effect on the general list of a Vory persistent absorption of tho lino ■ tocks, wJilch left the common I\4. the first, preferred 2%, and the socond preferred 814 hltslior than lost nljrht. lne report of eii.rnliiK.s of the lA>hlgh Valley for March nhowod a surplus after fixed charges of W24.fr74. compared with a deficit for March of last year of $54-1,116. Supplementing tho very favorable report by tho Krle yesterday for March, Itrfihlgrt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

MINIMUM OIIARQC 25 Cents, Cathlnldvanei ONE CENT ■ A I WORD. ■ HELP WAWTED—FEMALB.jf.i „ TO MAKH NECK 1 - WEAK from sample, $7 to 112 weokly, experience not naeoßsarys yond Bolf-nd-dressed slumped onvolopo, IDEAL MANUFACTURING CO., 60S West 153 d Stro6t, Now Yorkj j ■■■ ftvANTJ3D7 A FIRST-CLABH WOJIAN (colored) to take churgo of kitchen and pnntry; to nn expwloncod cook, ,. with city, references, lilgh.wagfß will bo tald, , Apply Immodlatofy 810 West Fraiiklln ■ Btro.ot. Hv ANTED, COLORED GlßLS— loo' lifispootablo colored girls for light and healthy manufacturing work; will be, paid while loarnlng; ■ oun soon mako good wagos; girls from 14 to 20 years of ago, who llvo at homo and who have. never worked In service nroforrod, Apply Immediately to No. olfl N. Twelfth .SirfioL.jappoHße colored Normal School. SITUATION 3 WANTED— FEMALE. T AM DESI ROUS ' OF O33TAININf r*A'' plaw for a young woman who Is a welloducatod Hlonogrupiior; nho Is In ovory wny cornpotent, and 1 am .proparod to gi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 April 1903

19 Miller 6 Rhoads. WE A TfiER FOR EC A S T—Fatr to-day. A Silk Sale That Has Been Successful. Because the Silks are meritorious, the prices very low, and every purchaser has been an advertisement of the best kind for us. Few Bpecimen values are noted below. Corded Pongees, 59c. I to tnehca wide, Pon&e* Grounds, with narrow cords about an Inch apart; rogrular TEo values. rded Wash Taffetas, 39c, tlo Inches wiao, rood weight, in ick ajid whitft, B-reen and white, a and white, j Taffetas, 49c. ID lnchoa wlda and very lustrous. Foulard Silks 39c, A.ll-Pure Silk, In t.ha fashionable . Polka-Dots, white on black, black on whlto, whlto on navy., Colored Taffetas, 59c. I 18 Inehwt wlflo all pure Bilk in thu most desirable shades, Including White, cream nnd black. Striped Tussahs, 39c. 1(1 (Indies wida. Pongee Colored grounds with cluster stripes of blue, preen, blnck and white. New Spring Suits— Note the Prices On Them. Notwithstanding the reduced nake any alterations in them t...

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