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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 March 1903

THE LEVEES ARE MELTING Work of Mending Crevasse at Hymella Is Hopeless. CAUSINO CREAT DAMAGE Volume of Water? li Pouring Through billing tho Lakes and Bayous-Tex? as Pacific Tracks Covered With Water, (Dy Associated Press.) NEW ORLEANS, March ?KJ.-The carry? ing away of additional cribbing at thu Hymella Crevasse early tills morning brought tlio forces that havo boon at (work there to the vergo of abandoning jtho attompt to close th? break. Later In the day, however, os a result of nov? erai conferences,'It was agreod to con? tinue the undertaking. In no o vont cnn ?lie work be completed Insldo of a week, luid unless ample monoy is guarantod tho next disaster to tho cribbing is llkoly to fmark the end of tho struggle. This ove Hing It was said tho break was close to ?0O feet In width with the onde stiU stead? ily melting away, Two ridges, between whloh the levee caved, have prevented tho water from ? spreading rapidly above and bolow, but the mighty torrent Is filling tho lakes end ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 March 1903

The Thnes-Diepatch PtiblfaMtf Dally ?nd Weekly at No, 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, V?. entered January Itf, 19?8, at Rich* ? ' }?* Mitftdii.ya., '->*? Seeend?Clai? Mattery under Act of Con? gre?? of March &V 1*79? ' ? ' ? ? ; Th? DAILY .TIMES-DISPATCH ?? ?e,d . ?t 8 ?Hflti a copy, ? ... The SUNDAY TIMBS'DISPATCM I? ?std at ? tenti ? copy. ,. ?DAILY TIMES.DISPAT?H by well? 60 Cent? a month, $S.oo a year, $2.60 for ?Ik months, ?1.60 for three month?. SUNDAY TIMES'DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. '."?'?;>' The DAILY' TIMES-DISPATOH, In? eludine Sunday, by carrier, 18 cents per WThe 8UNDAV T?ME9-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week, ?_?._?_ The? WEEKLY TIMES'DISPATCH, 11.00 year. ?, i All Unsigned Communications will b? ??ejected. ... . il_ Rejected Communleattona will not b? mturned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A.? MILLER'S,. No. }19 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, MARCII 81, 1903. PALMER AND BUCKNER DEM OCRATS. The ? Fredorloksbu'rg Btar agrees with The ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 March 1903

THE MATTET OF A RECESS House Referred Question to Committee Yesterday. ^PRIMARY BILL OFFERED ? Mr. Barkedale Would L?galit? Part Elections?Commission R?solu' tlons In Senato?House 1 Session. The Senato hold quito ? long session yes? terday and disposed of a good deal of business of more or leen Importance, The Caboll House resolution, providing for a recese of the General Assembly ; ?roni May 16th to November loth,? came ovor, and attor a numbor of amendment? ?wore proposed, tho entire mattor was re? ferred to tho Commltteo for, Courts of? Justice. Mr. Byars' amendment was for Bino dio adjournment on May lfith, and' ?Mr. Wlckham wanted 'tin equal number , of members on tho part of each house Sif?n, tho proposed commission. ?? Senator Barksd?lo proposed a primary (?lection bill, which wae referred, provici-? r( In? for delegated conventions, tho dele ?i'satos to.bo chosen In primaries. Tho'Boaa University bill Was passed by. and a number of Houso bills wero \ passed, n?no of which we...

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. — 31 March 1903

%: ,;?uae jCive News and Fresh Gossip From the Citie? and Towns o? y?irgi?iia, PROF. HILL ll_ Disappears When Papers of Another Marriage Arrive. WELL KNOWN IN NORFOLK Although He Had One Wife In England H? Married a Pretty Young Widow In Norfolk ? LaatFall. (???elal to TU? TuntfBUpetch.) NORFOLK. VA, March UO.-New? has been received hora that MM. Emily Hill, of Burllaton, England, 1? proaeoUlng with the charge of bigamy against Profoesor ,W. H. Hill, reoenUy of lfliut Orange, N. J. The oopy of the paper? whloh has bean ?ant to thla oountry all?g?e that Profeeeor Hill, although still married < to the wife In England, sought and mar? ried Mrs. Mary Ahnl? Savage, formerly Miss JButott, of Norfolk the daughter of K. B. Elliott,'??.? The latter marrlago. occurred in a boarding-house in Granby Street lost; November, after which Pro feaaor Hill and bla, wife went to Bast Orange, where he was a teaohor In a achool. After tho ?tory of the first mar? riage was published, and tho alleged wi...

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. — 31 March 1903

Two Hospitals Said Diabetes, Bright'? Dise??? and Diabete? Ar? Positively Curatili?. I Pees I? cither eared et reeoveriat free IDs 'bove diseases are la every ward la this elty. |s. 0 0. ftfstnswson, proprietor of the Olli to? \sl. m Powell street, to ohe of them, sad \s this statement ? k KM Pow.il it, ?as Fraaeriee, ???, ?, liei, pro rast? I iBftsred trsttlr fro? al?bales, | had to ?o to on? of lb? feospllals, solas M |t? ally's Tsrr best. Three phyrisfau Intra "? mr Mat u dltbttee. ass pal om aedtr Vnd strict diet, OtlMBf se rtrlaf, I wsnl Vs steadily worst aad weal to another Vltf hospital. Tht phyalelast thart alt? land stated that thtr oould proloas my ?ootld-nsTsr be well. I left the hoe? Orssths oompltMly brotan down, the ?far bsiai ? par oast H wat al tard of the Faltos Compo'end and |tcosd and third wttke I baita to ?If. and found that the awful I with for orar two rttrt had ta entirely dlfTtrtal ptrsoa, fintare psraiaaaaey. I bars nbtr. ail util s ? fiTortbit ^frltnd aad ...

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. — 31 March 1903

ADVANCED Ran Up to Eight Per Cent. f Late In the Day. STOCK PRICES DECLINED Fall Was Not Acute and There Was a ? General Recovery by Mid-Day, but Demand Became Stagnant at the Higher Level. . (By Associated Prose.) ? NEW YORK, March 30.?Hopes of a rise In prices of stocks to-day as a result ot the favorable bank statement of Satur? day were disappointed. Tho pponlng dealings .proved that the Sunday Interval !had resulted In an accumplatlon of sell? ing orders from various points. .Apnar : ently the banks were not. calling loans, 'but many brokers ?ont out cals to their customers for additional margins .and^In? creased demand for call money, which resulted In? running the rate up late in the day to 8 per cent. The hope that the corner In tho money market had been turned and the comparative eaee nomi? nal, to the April porlod thus brought -Into Immediate prospect was soon .to bo ?without warrant,, and disappointed hold /er* throw over stocks again all through 'th*\?ist. ? :? ;. . ? - ...

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. — 31 March 1903

*?--*"*" ? ?"?v'.i'i'faTV'?'rfj is?-rtfinr fifLi*i,ii*ri'-r ? ^-??,^-!.^!^--.^^,.,.^.. *^ THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TMT RRMR BR?TEST RESULTS. mm 26 (telile, tsiklsMrssH ORE Jew; ? "? WORD. SIX PRIZES CARTOON CONTEST NINTH WEEk. am~*??+??*m p ^ ? ?^>??a^M^a?sM.??aaa?ao?^ $E?ONP PRIZE %3 J. H, DAVENPORT, 19 South Pine Street, City. Six prizes' will be awarded each week for ' the ?? best drawing sub-, mltted, illustrating that it pays ad? vertisers to use The Times-Dispatch, want columns. The six prizes .will awarded In the following order, vis.: First prize, $2; second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth prizes, $1 each. "ALL DRAWINGS MUST. BE ORIO rNAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH BLACK. INK ON WHITE PAPER OR CARDBOARD, AND SHOULD BE FIVE TO SEVEN INCHES IN "WIDTH. Name and address must be. written plainly ON BACK OF DRAWING. Do not send letters, but Inclose stamp if you wish drawing returned. Do not told, but roll, Then mailing, Address all'drawings to ."Cartoon Contest," Room ...

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. — 31 March 1903

tiler ?YRhoadV Miller ? Rhoads. 11-2 Corded Madras and Percales 10c Yard. You'll Cut! thorn ?li Ilio basement. The prettiest, freshest goods of the season in Polka-dote and "prolty stripings?no short lengths?all in the full piece and all ol them entirely now. Samo quality of goods that ' you've paid 12 l-2c for many a time, hot only here, hut every whore, as the Fabrics are actually worth it, but when wo get bargains in th? whole?alc market wo give you the benefit At retail. '?? ._:_ - _ New Jardinieres at About Half the Regular Prices. Fino Lou Welsoa Wnro?? domoetlo pottery?but it looks like the imported Rookwoodtvare. Tlirce dozen 10-lrioh Jordlnloree, doqoratod In undorglazcd raised flguros. ? Buying these 36 articles in connection with some other pottery brought the Jardinieres to us at about half.; price,/ and we can offer ?aem at SliOO each, when their value is really two dollars a piece. 090a<sa<$<$e900PeaP000*0p0P0* 5 Social and ?Psr,o?M? j ---:?-, 0000000000000000...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 April 1903

W?- (W&&. 1% I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,204. RICHMOND, VA.? WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1003. PRICE TWO GENTS.? F MY'S hews (March ?l;'?forecast for huredayi j : ?. VSCiHsnuAf ? ??? Thure ??winde/?'.?.?? . i Fair Wednesday and h.fresh west to south !ablo eetbnck nprlnit I? ?If apparent. Yesterday day, and, accordine to let; to-day and'to-mor ntp It. y ?j THERMOMETER. < .D2 .60 .62 . 03 ;-.\? i. BU . 00 . mT? iiture yesterday........ ? lluro yeeferday. y tufo yesterday...? ,00 laturc for March..*... w Inormal temperature.. OS lirlng.pas? ?5? hours... .03 |jRE ALMANAC. ???.?,? April 1. 1003. HIGH TIDE. Morning....6:09 'Evonlng......T-M )HMOND. [?mly donated last night Jted to-day-Corporation lihlnd closed doors-New Isentod?Coal dealers to 1 protost against proposed Jing tons to be furnished l-Cltlzens ' protest before ?tteo against Increase of V)r Donlel favors appro Vmestown Exposition? ?Commissioners purchase Interesting mutual assur Iranted?-Mayor's annual f-?Marrlage of Frank T. kvlest...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 April 1903

'?m? *??t5 \M%?. H? mtinl bi pr*. srs?Jllir?OtS?HttlhUi provon truUty.'i l' rniVtlWaifitu?ys tho evidence does hot "Jt? the theory timi Burdlclt lind a ?tl;lrt '..hie den that night, nor hnellt **ed ? sliiKle Immoral net un his part, l'at?tfftet?dev. t portrays htm iwAlovthg ?athnr and ?iVin?n . tnagrifthimouB anil forglvltuf ?band. Mrs. Palhejftnd Miss Hutehln VHWHoe? names have 'been unfortutiate rought into this cose, nro, so far as l*?lnquosi ?B nble to dotarmlne? corn? ?vfaeteiy exonerated! ' "?'.?Ct?Na?HO-MRS. B?RDlCK. ?.. vThe actions of Mrs. Hull on that morn !"l?t and-her testimony on tho stniul liavo ffi caused me. much {bought and study. To ?i'-'tny .mind they..ore..Inconsistent,, with a ?"; f:|?erf*6t want <of knowledge as to what 'fcad tvet??liy occurred. 3o little apparent ?'.'feeling for,the dead man; such un evident '.desire to cover up the crime timi no dis? position whatever to aid tho authorities in ; apprehending the .murderer may be ex ?.:'|>1ainable,' but...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 April 1903

UP TO-DAY ?mmJttee to Take a Vole on That Measure. ; EVENINO OF ORATORY |dge Mann,. Judge Robertson and Mn ?J? T. Lawless Malte Vigorous. Speeches From Their Standpoints? lie final struggle over tho liquor sec? of th? hew State rovonuo bill, bo as the Mourn Committee Is con? ed, was had before that body In the of the House last nl*rht, and the will be taken to-day* The measure ,,???? to the Moneo, and the prevail? ?entiment among members eeems t? that the committee will report It, end thai It will be ?passed,, but not without j>f??>,iof the biggest fights of the seselonl 'Tjie conunltloe met promptly at 7?30 ?'clock lest night, andi the argument lasted until 11 o'clock. Judge William Hond?n . Robertson, of Roanoke( oourtso) r, the State Liquor Dealers' Association, opened up in a powerful speech against Ihe./new liquor.tax scheine, and he was followed by Messrs. L. C, Younger, John ?leir and W. M. Porrlsh, of the Rlchr iiond Wholesale ?roeore' Association, .fho; presented reso...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 April 1903

Kr. he Tim?s-Dispatch ?ft?Bllaha* bally and Weekly ?t No. 4 Merth ' Tenth Street, Riehmond, Vi. tntered January it, I90i, at ftloh? ?end, V?., as 8eoond<Clasa Matter, under Aot of Con? Bree? et March S, 1879. The DAILY TIME9^Dl8PATCH I? seid ?t l eanta ? copy. The SUNDAY TIME8?DI8PATCM la ^eld at s eenta a eopy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH bymnll? 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 for ?Ix months, $1.60 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by malli 92.00 a year. The DAILY TIMESOI8PATCH, In* eluding Sunday,, by Carrier, 18 cents par Weak. -' ????'?< the SUNDAY TIME8-DI8PATCH, by Carrier, ? cents per week. the WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1.0? year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communication? will not ba returned unless accompanied by stampa. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER"8, No. ?19 East Broad Street. \ =*= WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1903. THE CONSTITUTION ON RAIL ROAD CHARTERS. Beotion ??? of the ?Constitution, which; Heals with railroads, when read in the lights o...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 April 1903

111! of Messrs, Gardner and ?: Whltehead. IS FULL OP INTEREST [plert Cmbracea Some of the Best Feat '? uree of th?? State and Local Plans Now in Force?Will Be Vigorously Pressed. lOne of the moBt Interesting measure? lesented' to the Legislature at Its pres lit session is that offered In the House li yesterday by Messrs. Whltohoad, of |orfolk, and Gardner, of Honrlco, Jolnt and which will bo.found In full below. | The bill woe referred to the Commlt |tee on Privileges ami Elections, and will ?loubtlcss bo vigorously proBBcd there. It Is a sort of a composito plan, em? bracing tho best features of that r?e 'cently adopted by tho' Democratic Con? vention and those in force In Norfolk city' and Honrlco county. ' Y-Th? full toxt of,the bill Is as follows: I 1. Bo It onactod by tho General Asaem ?,. bly of Virginia, That whonover tho State, f? District, City or County Committee, of I\any political party desires to nominato L?" candidates for office by a primary oleo I tlon; Jt shall do s...

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. — 1 April 1903

SHIPMENTS. VERYHEAVY Recent Cold Snap Did /No General Damage to Crops. POTATOES ARE DAMAGED With This Exception the Truckers Have No Cause for Complaint?Oreen ; Crops Were Helped by the Wet Weather?Quality Improved \ (Special to The Timei'Mepntch.) NORFOLK, VA? Maroh 31.?The recent i cold snap did not do any material dam . age \f> theeorops In this section,' with the exception ot the potato crop, and to? ( day's shipments to the northern market? were quite heavy. Many hundred? bar . Vele came to the city over the Norfolk and Atlantic Terminal Company, and were shipped north. The recent heavy rains, while they had a tendency to rot the orops, aided In materially maturing the green stuff so that some of the sjilp menta are away ahead of ?aet seaaon. ?. The quality of the produco this seasof?'ls, In many Instances, better than laat sea? son. *'".'. The continued wet weather has caused most of the early planted potato crop to ., : rot, so say the farmers In this vicinity. Mr. Thomas ...

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. — 1 April 1903

FECT OF WATTS BILL Fpenue Officers Discuss the HI Effects on Their Work. Ifc I Receipts are unchanged S. ?. Will ft th? Smaller Qrain Distilleries Will Move to Virginia?In Some Counties the Law May Not Be Vigorously Enforced. (Special to To? Tlmee-Wipateh.) ORJQHN8BORO, N, 0? Muroh 11.? [United eut?? Revenu* Agent A. C. Pat [tersen, located hero, speaking this morn? p'nt of th? effect of the Watts law, whloh prohibits distilleries outside of incorpo? rated towns, upon the United States Rev? anus Department, said that It would jrreatly reduoe the work of the division |eputy collectors, his deputies and clerks curtailing, muoh of the routine work.4 lie thought, however, the police 'work rould be greatly lnoreasod, a? he looked |ir an Increase of blockade distilleries, al ess tho Stato authorities wars vigilant seeing that the law was rigidly en Jrced. As to the eftoot on the revenue, '. Patterson seid he lookod tor that to as much as heretofore, owing to the ?apt that what government ...

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. — 1 April 1903

HOT FIGHT INJENATE What Attack Upon Commis? sioner Means. HIS POWERS DESTROYED Provisions of the Act That Quve Him Ex traordlnary Powers Are Voted ; Down, and the Bill Is Amended. ~ > . ; The bill providing for the appointing of a commissioner of hospitals, which en? gaged'the Behators In a two hours' de? bate yesterday, is a measure of the great? est Importance. What Wa? said about It in ' publlo debate la brought out elsewhere In ' the columns of The Timee-Dlspatch. ,'." The bill provides as follows! ;!;?--: "For each State hospital for the Insane ? now existing, or hereafter . established, ? j thoro shall bo a special Board of Dlrec ! tors, consisting of threo members," who . I shall be appointed by the Governor, sub l', Jeot to confirmation by the Senate: euch ' board ehall have the management of the ' hospital fori which It Is appointed, under the supervision and control ?of tho gen ' : eral Board of Directors constituted by the , Constitution of Virginia, and hereinafter I ...

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. — 1 April 1903

TO ADJOURN ON MAY 15 Resolution Is Fayorably Re? ported In Senate. TOR COMMISSION OF SIX The Paper It Amended by the 8entt? Committee? Long Discussion of the Hospital Com? missioner Measure. The Senate session yesterday ?u one of the longest yet held, and It was de Voted almost entirely to a discussion o? tho bill defining tho powers and duties Of the State hospital commissioners, to which a number of sweeping amendments/ wore proposed. Tho bill finally went vvet, After Mr. Mcllwalno had secured th? adoption of an amondment making the Droposod new orllaor subjeot to the su-. pervlslon of the general Hospital Board. Soveral local bills wore passed, and Mr. daytor offered one fixing tho property to be owned by the applicant at not more than fl.OOQ of assessed value, A measure was offered by Mr. Harman to prevent tho sale ot any and ;all articles.of mer? chandise on the Sabbath. The resolution providing for adjourn ? mont from May 16th to' November 10th, jl after appointing a committee...

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. — 1 April 1903

.mi'.'.1! GAINSWERE NUMEROUS Advance In Prices of Stocks Was Checked, Not stemmed FLURRIES IN CALL MONEY Rate Rose to IB Per C??r.t. During Last Hour, but Temporary Check to Ad : vancc wns Followed by Renewed Strength?Closing Strong. (By Associated Pre??.) . NEW YORK. March 81.?The stock mar fi ket showod a rather hesitating and Irreg? ular tendency to roeovor to-day. Tho ' movement semod based upon un assump? tion . that easier money conditions will .follow tho arrangement o? Uie April set '.tlem?ilts. The Immediate money market .' wasstlll under the Influence o( the pro fttlons for Unis? settlements, and call ? rates were very still all day. Tho ?Treasury statement showed iliat the ks have lost to that Institution since . last bank statement 12.445,000, and there was a small credit balance In Its {?Vor at the clearing-house this morning, ?ut.'the government's draft for $3,000,0u0 Was presented at tho sub-Troasury during the day by Its fiscal agent and -was pola out In onali for di...

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. — 1 April 1903

ONE CENT A ? WORD. MINIMUM CHARM 26 poult, Oiih In Advine? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS, THftT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ORARSE 26 Conio, Ctih In Advino? ONE OENt A WORD. I .j , HBLP WArTrift-FBMALB. . ,, ANTED, A YOUNG WOMAN TO COOK, apply 1300 Orovo Avenue,.: ? . ;? UnTBD, - YOUNO WHITE 01RL, from country preferred, to do cooking tnd house work; amati family; will be fclven a good, kind homo. Address ? *HOMB." this office. 'ANTED. A REFINED YOUNG1 - (white) WOMAN, not under 25, aa nurse for Infant; referenda? required, 'Ad? ?rese Mrs. WM, SLOANS, South Nor? folk, Va, ?/ANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK wear from sample; oxporlcnee not neces ?ary; steady worki good pay. Send self, addressed stamned envelope, IDEAL MFO. CO., 608 West 183d St, New York, ?"SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALB.,., VANTED, AT ONCE, POSITION BY an experienced lady stenographer, with f:?od references. Address Miss J,, care hi* office. aDY OF EXPERIENCE DESIRES position during summer months or by fall; teacher...

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. — 1 April 1903

Miller 6 Rhoadv Miller ? Rhoads, P.N. Corsets For Easter $2.00 You'll need a n?w Corsot for your Easter Dross mid tho ?? N. Corset tve show in the illustration this morning is one of the best Corsets to be had for 12.00? It's made of mercerised Madras which gives it a very silk like appearance?light Weight for Spring and Summer wear, low bust, medium longth hips, trimmed with Val lace and ribbon bow and has tabs in front for hose supporters. An especially strong1 advantage that P. N> Corsets have is the boning with Aluminum which will not rust? This stylo of P. N. is particularly adapted for medium figures. NOTHING FINER IN PARASOLS TO BE SEEN IN RICHMOND " Than our Easter display?Some of which you'll see in the win? dows. If ? by. far the finest selection of snn ehades that, we have ever sarried and it would certainly seem that the parasol makers had %bout exhausted their resonroes this year in producing these dainty articles, - Prices range from tl.oo for a plain silk parasol w...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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