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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 April 1903

EXHIBIT OF VA.TOBACCO Richmond Trade to Hold a Meeting To-Day. MAY CALL ON OTHERS Meeting May Result In Movement to Get Danville, Lynchburg, Petersburg and Other Cities to Unite With Richmond. At a meeting of the Richmond Tobaoco Trade, which will be held to-day, in the Kxohange building, some definite stops .'.Will bo taken In tho direction of arrang? ing for a groat exhibit of Virginia to? bacco at the St. Louis Exposition. The meeting will be held at noon and, It Is hoped, will be largely attended. 'Lo? cal tobacconists are not a little Intorostecl in tho opportunity the Fair affords for an advertisement of Virginia weed, and It is bellvcod that tho session will reeult .. In some decided movement, The Hon. George E. Murrell, first as ?Istant to the Virginia Commission to tho Exposition,? will appear before tho Trade and make an address In the In intorests of an exhibit. The directors of I tho groat Fair huvo made ample pro-, vision for tho tobacco interests, and a section of spac...

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. — 3 April 1903

THETONE WASHEAVY Stock Market Almost Wholly ln Professlonal Hands. OPERATIONS WERE SMALL Southern Paclflc Quarrel Kept Alive a Fear of Speculativo Duel and There Was Renewed Selllng of Pennsylvanla. (By Assoclntod Preaa.) . NEW YOHK, Aprll 2.?The stook market to-day contlnued almost wholly ln pro fosslonal hands and there was a furtper 'dwlndllng In tho volumo of oporations. The tono of the markot was hoavy to weak throughout. Tho motlves whlch prompt the professlonal oporators aro dlflictMy to dlscem. The Southern Pacl? flc quarrel kept allvo a fear that a speo ulatlve duel mlght bo proeipltatod ln thq etock market ltself with probably dlsas trous consequences to many lnnocont on lookers. Anothor dlsturblng factor was the ronewal of liquldallon 7n Pennsylva? nla, carrylng lt back to last weok s low leVel. Tho selllng rocolved a renewed lm potus from the Fobruary staioment of net earnings, whlch showed tho exponses ln creased moro than. twlco as much ns tho lricroase ln gross earnin...

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. — 3 April 1903

OK MINIMUM OENT OHARGE i 25G0I..S, WORD. CaihlnAdvmei TRESEARETHEWQNDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINQ BREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM OMMI 26 Gtirtt, Oiihln*(hnnct OHE OUT I WORO. MBI.P WATTrBD-PBMA-i. wTnt'edTtwo ASSIBTANT "MlUA; ' N_!U? ttt JA8. DONALD & CO.'S, 3 W. Broad Btreot. _ ' WANTED, A 8ETTLED WHITE W0-' MAN for-cooklng nnd house oleanlng, wlthout Inoumborancej good wagea. Ad dreaa, by lettor, L., Qaro thla offlce. WANTED, A dOOD COOK, ALSO A NURSE, whlto or oolored, for a chlld throe yeara old: roforeneoa requlred. Apply at No. lOQJ Floyd Avenuo. "wANTBD. 'A REFINED_ YOUNG (wJilte) WOMAN, not under 26, aa nurae for infant; referonCea roqulred, Ad droas Mra. WM, BLOANE, Bouth Nor? folk, Va._ . .WaNTED, LADIE8 TO MAKE NECK woar from aample; experlonco not nepea aary; atoady work; good pay. Sond Bolf ftddreaaed atamned rnvelopo. ? IDHAIj MFG. CO., 608 "VVoat 133d St., Now York. 8ITUATION8 WANTED? FEMALE, .WANTED, RY A WELL-EDUCATED lady, a posltlon ln a buslness houso or offlce...

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. — 3 April 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Miller 6 Rhoads. Men's Negligee Shirts ?*^chMadras Bosoms 50c SMRokiBd that sold uia jiffjr laativeek at 50d each. Another Wiiphieut feeeived yoatowUy aiid ttwy're the best ydJubb ivo eve* flatf ?i 60c. ' TheboaoRisareofexactlvtlieBtiinomaterialaiid finlah that go ln a $1.50 sliirfc. Our Men's Dopartiiieiit people thitik the patterns '_wovettprGttIor than thoso we had laat Tveek-that'a a mattej of ohoico. Most pooplo thought lt iinposaiblo to iinprov? 011 tha deslgmi Wo had. Oood Wlndow Shades. All bIi?b of Stock Slmtlos. All klntts of Shadcs mado to nicasure, Bamboo Poroh and Door Screotia. Sumnier Floor Coverings. Japonoao Mnttlng. Olilntt Mnttlng. Parloe Qrnss Citrpet. Baultttrj lfiber Ruga and Dniggotai rfut^t^r*^ | Social and ? ZPersonai \ One of the prettlost of tho April wed dlnge was oelebratod last evonlng, 8:30 o'.oloclt, at "Shorwood," tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Walker, when tholr daughter, Mlss DolU W.'Walker. beoamo the brlde of Mr. Henry Ma...

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. — 4 April 1903

THlfl iWA^K.JJBBBIft-l WHOLE NUMBER, 16,207. UICHMOMD, VA., SATUIIDAY, APRIL 4, 1008. PRICE TWG CENTS. -??'.??r- :?.?1 SUMMARY OF PftY'S NEWS THEWEATHER, AVASHINGTON, Aprll 8,?Forooost for Saturday nnd Sundayi Vlrglnla?Hnln nnd deoldodly oolder Bat urduy; hlgh wuat wlnds. Sunday fair. North Carollno?Showsra nnd uiuoh coldor Saturduyi hlgh wost wlnds. Sun? day fair. Stondlng at SO nt 8 o'clock y?Blerday afternoon, the muroilry markod lhe warm e?t day of thb Soaaon bo far. Prlor tp thnt tho hlghest mark reaohod was 78. A very hlgh wlnd provulled most of yop torday, tnaklng podoiitrlanlsm oxoaedlngly diaagrooublc. jtaln and muoh ooldor ls prodlotod for to-day. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. lg A, M.,. 70 12 M.'.'. ? 8 P. M. W 0 P. M.<.H 6 P. M./.TO 12 mldnlght ,.^_ Avorago ........TBG-fl Highoflt tomperaturo yosterday....80 Lowist tomporaturo yestorday. Ki Me?.n tomporaturo yoslorjlay.. ?J Normal tomperature for Aprll....to peparturo from normal temperature. 17 Proclpltatlon durlng past ...

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. — 4 April 1903

n Amendment to Mr. _oh.j'? ")?>"?"?**" ?riUeet all tho Senate amendments, whlch ?waa but leadtns up to, a'conforon? on tho tllaftgreolng votfls between tho two houaea ln a narllameittary mannor, Mr; Folko#, of the Flnaiico Commltteo, ?wbo, by tht* way, nevor takes a drlnk, mado a atrohg speooll agalnst Mr. Davla fcmondment, Ho deolarcd that ho was a temperanoe man, ln the sonao that ho wns wllllng to go wlth tho peoplo on tho ?ubjoot, but ho opposed tho,Mann blll ln ?trehuoua lansuaga. Ho appoalod for tfifi alislalhlhg of the Hotiso Commltteo, nnd sald If Mr. Davla" motlon waa adopt? ed thero would bo nothlng left for the Ulouao to concede, and thercfora would have tha Houao conforeaa at a dlsadvan ' ta?e. HtDOEN MOTIVES, Mr. _olkoa lntlmnted thnt some of those Hdvocatlng tho Mann blll deslred It in order to rellevo tho corporationa of taxes, "Hhd'.h'o proooeded nbly to defend hla po altioh. Ho sald ho hitd looked at tho blll ; puroly from.a revenuo standpolnt, and that was the o...

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. — 4 April 1903

EDUCATION FOR NEGROES It Increases Crlmlnality of the Race. Says Dr. Steele. BOOKER WASHINGTON Or. Steel Regards Hlm as a Very Dangeroua Man?His Viow of Settlement of tho Race Problem. In the reoent Issue of tho Chrtstlan Ad-^ Vooate^of Riohmond, thero appoars from tho pen of tho Rov. S. A. Stoel, D, D., fornwly pastor of Centonary Methodlst Churoh, of thls clty, and ono of the best known mlnlstors ln tbo donomlnatlon, a lotigthy artlclo, in whlch aro oxproeaed some rather radlcal vlows Upon tho nogro problem In the South. ., Dr. Steel ia at the present tlme located In Lumborton, Mlss,, but ho la woll re mombered hore. In thls article he makes ?eforende to a rooent artlclo publlahcd by Colonel Blngham, of North Carollna, in a popular magaalne, In Wbloh aro givon soma startllng statlstlcs wlth roforenoe to the negro, Dr. Stoel takes up tho mat? ter and draws certaln conoluelona of his own from.tha atatlstlcal data. Ho says ln parti The trouble Wlth the raco problem ls ohlefly due to ...

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. — 4 April 1903

The Timea-Dispatch PilMfeMal Oally and Weekly at No. 4 N#rlh fefith ttreet, Rlchmond, Va. tntefed Jatiuary er, 1903, nt Rieh? rnend, Va? ?* Seoend-Clasi Matter, under Act of cen< ' flf*i? of March 3, 1679. fflt OAILY TIME8.DI8PATCM 1s/?old at t eents ? copy. tho 8UNDAV TlMES-DlSPATCH li ?old at 8 eenta a copy. DAILY TIMES-D18PATCH by mall? 80 eenu a month, ?5.00 a y??r, *2.B0 for ?Ik months, $1.80 for three menths. ?UNOAV TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 82.00 a yw. < The DAILY TIMES-DI8PATCH, If etudlng Sunday, by Carrter, 15 eents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 8 eents per week. ^,?_A_-U The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year. ,., u? All Unslgned Communlcatlona will be rejeoted. ' ... .- c? Rejected Communlcatlons will not oe returned unless accompanled by atampa. Uptown Offlce at T. A. MILLER'S, N6. B19 East Broad Street. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1903. AOAIN THE HORTGAGE TAX. It appeare from the Now-York papers that the proposed mortgngo tax blll has been abandoned. Tho I...

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. — 4 April 1903

OHE GEHT A WORD. MINIMUM OHAROE 26 Centi, Oliti In Advino? T?T ? THESE AR? THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAROE 26 Gents, Goth InAdvino? ONE OENT A WORD. HELP WANTED-FBMALI, y*Vtm?t\M???*m WANTED, A STRONG GIRL, 18 OR 30 yearn of age, to wash dlHlins nnd wait on table, "Appi? Mrs. BAKER, Bo?' took's Animal Show, WANTED, A SETTLED WHITE WO? MAN for oooklnjr, and house cloanlng, Without Incumberiuiccj good wages, Ad? dress, by lettor, Ij,, care this office. WOMEN FOR DtSTRRTT MANAGERS; business prosperous and permanenti salary |21 cash weekly and office ex? pensen. COLONIAL?, Caxton Bide., Chicago. WANTED, A REFINED YOUNG (white) WOMAN, not under 25, as nurse for Infanti references required. r Ad? dress Mt?, WM. SLOANS, South Nor folk, Va. IWANTBD, LADIES TO MAKE NECK wear from munititi; experience not neces? sary! steady work; good pay, Send self addressed stamped envelope. IDEAL MFG. CO,, 608 West 138d St,. New York, SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. LADY...

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. — 4 April 1903

PETERSBURG BUYSBONDS Bchool Bonds Due Aprll 1st Aro Redeemed by the Clty. OFFICERS WERE ELECTED Friti Skterdlng Presldent of the Peters? burg Iron Works?Young Man Ar? rested on Serious Charge-Pres _.,, ident Eliot, of Harvard. (Bpeclal to Tbe Tlmaa-Dlapatch.) PETBR8BURO, VA? Aprll 8,-Mr. C. A. Slaughter, Clty Treaaurer, has redeem ?d 133,000 of tho $40,000 8 per cent. sohool bulldlng bonds whlch were due Aprll let. IM they are coupon bonds, lt Ib not known Who holdB the other $7,000 ot the lssue. |The slnklng fund owned one-tourth ot the lssue. The 8 per cent. fund and roatlng bonds, amountlng to $UV),000,. will mature the 1st of May. Of thla lssue jhe slnklng fund owns ?63,O00. ? At tho recent annual meetlng of the ?todkbolders of tbe Petersburg Iron . Works Company, held ln Rlchmond. the '"" tollowlng offlcers were eleoted. Fresi _?mt Frlti Sltterdlng: Vloe-Prosldent and G_W Manager. C. P. B. Burgwyn; Baoratary and Treaaurer, J. Wllkcs Mad SoT^eSTwlth m P. Valentlne and ?; Z. Morr...

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. — 4 April 1903

ORGANiZING THE FARMERS Col.4J. S. Cunnlngham Wlll Extend thn Work to VIrglnla THECARNIVAL AT RALEIOH Votlng for the Queen of tho Carnlval Wlll Begln To-Day?The Acts of (he As? sembly Will Soon Be Sent Out by the Prlnter. ? (Kporliil to The Tlm?a.r>lapntnh.) RALEJIOII, N. C, Aprll 3.-Coionei John S. Cunnlngham Ih now nctlvoly In tho flold organlslng county branchcs of tlho North Carollna Fnrmers' AsBOcltitlon, rooontly chflrtercd by tho Ijcglslnturo and Intonded to unlto especlaily tlio' tobacco growing seetlons of tho Stato and ultlmately the Bcutheastern soctlon of VIrglnla and East Tc-nncssee. Colonol Cunnlngham speaks at Grcenvlllo, Pltt county, to-morrow, and wlll nt that tlme organizo a Pltt' county biunch, , Thero wlll bo a general reassessmont of ptoporty for tnxatlon thls year throngh out tho Stnto, and Uho asBeBsors aro to be Boloetod by tho commlssloncrs of tho varlotis countles nt tholr regulnr Aprll im.btlngs, Monday, Aprll Oth. Thero wlll be up wards of 5,000 of thos...

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. — 4 April 1903

ANXIOUS TO AIDJOUNTY Flre Commlssloners Anxlous to Get the Law Amended. VIEWS OF CITY ATTORNEY JHe Holds That Under the Present Law the Flre Deprrtment Cannot As slat In Extlnguishlng Flre In the Oounty. It developed at a meetlng of the Board of Fire Commlsslonors last nlght that no dlsposltlon on thelr part ls felt to ? deprlve those rosldenta ln, tho county of protoctlon ogulnst'-loss by flre, and the deport-nent wlll contlnue to flght bucIi b'lazes ln Henrlco as may endanger the proporty located in Rlohmond. ln tho moanUme Clty Attorney Pollard wlll ap pear before the General Assembly and endeavor to havo enacted a law aut'horlz lng the flremen, ln thelr dlscrotlon, to exert tholr effort to exUnguish conlia graUons dn the cpunty. . Bo lt may be Been that the mucb-talked of and droadfully feared dlsposltlon on the part of the board to allow the houses, manufacturlng plants and plaoes of busl? ness located outsido Uie olty to bo rav . aged by the flre flend ls not woll foundedj alt...

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. — 4 April 1903

SCRAMBLE TOCOVER Heavy Selllng /Movement Over reached the Mark. RECOVERYWAS GENERAL There Waa a Llvely Rally and Prices Roie Above Level ot Day Before?Fur? ther Rellef In Money Mar? ket Antlclpated. (By Aaaoctatad Pr<*a.) NBW YORK, Aprll 8.?Thoro was an Bther heavy selllng movement ln tho stook market thls mornlng, whloh apparently ovcrroached the markot, Judglng by the Beramble of shorts to covor durlng the last hour whon tho supply of stocks had becomo scarce. Thls led to llvoly rally and a gonoral recovory to above lost nlght's level. Tho rally and tho satls factlon of tho moro urgent domand fol lowed, - and as a result' the closlng waa easy, and below tho top level on tho rally. The appreclable roallsatlon of the tenslon tn tho monoy markot and tho confldence that the factors at work would brlng stlll further rellof next weok woro tho domlnant lnfluencos Inthe rally. The mornlng selllng was primarlly due to the bad influence of a vlolent break in Southern Paclflo to 66 1-4, w...

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. — 4 April 1903

Mlller -? Rhoads. Mlller 6 Rhoads. Easter Neckwear, Gloves and Hosiery. When you aro fit ted out with- your epring Bovm overy part of tho oostuino should bo in aooord. Nockwear, Gloves, and Hosiory, buoIi as wo havo thig Eastor season will dolight the heart of overy woman in Eichraond that wears thom. Thero'B some exqulsltoly made Chlna Sllk ^broiderf Turnovor Collars, and also somo Chlffon ofTocta in Whlte, Black. Blue, Plnk and Perslan dcslgns, that wo offor to morrow at 60o. caoh. ) The volues ln thls Nockwear are excoptlonally good-many of the arttcles Selllng for $1.00 carller in tho soason. Tho window display will show you something of our glove and iosiery assortments. Among the latter is a Laco Lislo Hose for 89o. tkat's fully equal to any of tho ordinary'50o. hose usually bfferod. All sizos and various patterns. '?> Here's a Fabric Glove that will equal tho fit of .any kid glove. It's a Milaneso Ldsle with double reinforced palms and-silk stretched Wk. Blaok, Wliite, Mod...

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. — 5 April 1903

BDITO&AL SECTION u(\ l^pattl) Ttttt SOj SM&g flft-'l WHOL'E NtfMBER, l<JS,20a. RICHMOKD. VA., SUNDAY, APRIL IVlftfyk PRICE FIVE CENT& WITH BUYERS ON TOBACCO BREAKS Sales Were Ligiit Durlng the Past Week. WERE AFFECTED , PYTHE WEATHER Only Ono Afternoon of Sales ln Danvllle. FARMERS. PREPARING FOR ANOTHER CfeOP plarit Beds Have Been Made and All l? Now Ready for the Year'a Work to Go Actively Forward?Encourag % a Reports In Regard to tha (? "bondltlo'n of Farmers of ? ,, I Southslde Vlrglnla. (Sp*elal to' Tha Tlmes._ijpetcb.) ' ??A>-VH__B. VA., April t.-Owin* to rood weather the sales on the lqpal to ?acco markot ha<re been rather llght tfats week. and the character of tobaeco iffered haa been nbndescrlpt Only one day ruesday, dld the sales last untll thVaf ternoon, and thla; waa caused by the recolpt' of a oonsiderablo quantity of hogshead tobaeco reeelved by ' frelght Only one or two goodlota of tobaeco have. ghown up here.thls woek whlch were taken" qulekly , ...

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. — 5 April 1903

,??* to l*?ue bonds of the neveral maRls , terlal dlstrlcls. on Hs fteoohd ronditig, made a Bpacinl order for 13:16 wns re <6ommltted to tho Co'mmlttoo on Coiinlles, '. "ClUes.and Towns, lo mako cortnln fchnhges and Irtcofporate eortaln airiond ments thkt will ckmr lhe blll from preS' tjmV datigers and'obJentJons, lo It. 'Iho bbject of the blll Is to onabhveommtuil J tles to rniso monoy for tho purposo ut . tnnklnjr pormancnt improvcments to the K toubllo roads and will certalnly pass. Aft?r readlng the bllls bn lhe calcndftr, whloh wore on tholr flrst and second ! readlniri, tho body adjoumod untll noon Monday. - Tho House. | fThe Houso waa called to order by Bpcnkor Rynn and thero was no prnyor, 9'he Chftir announcedtho appolntmont ot ,'i.he followlng members on tho part of tho fcfouse on tjho Commlttoe on Flnal Rovislort ' nnd Adjustmcnt of tho Work of tho Cono ral Assemblyi Mossrs. Davls. of Potcrs btirg; Cuton, of Alexandrlai and Botus, of Albemnrlo. A messago tTOm tl10 Gove...

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. — 5 April 1903

nd Display i&*.Tlipil^'*w "F_IM.t__R3.fc TUC f-UANGFQ" ^8 aslde winter's somber garbfyou are searching El.MRlb IHb llHANIltd . for,somelhjng new.. ,n wh[ch t0 identlfyyourself withi the coming Joyous season, that you may turn responsively to add the fragrance of YOUR NEWNESS to the gladsome scene. Well gowned wornen/ look instinctively-to US for those "desirable things" that compose the faultless dress. "MYGOWN"-ls the production of famous artists;, every line of correctness iar there; it fits the form, revealing the grace of fashion in every movement. Stunning styles g^| jnelegant WRAPS, dainty NECKWEAR, handsome PARASOLS, imported LACES, TRIM- y MINGS, HANDKERCHIEFS, and. RIBBONS. Such a brilliant displayflash and sparkle BUYI with irresistible attractiveness. v * ENJOYI rilullmer's Unusual preparatlons have been made in thls dopartment to mako this Eaater ehowing of Millinery eclipso evory one of our prevlous ones. With that purposein mind we havo brought to this city tho gre...

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. — 5 April 1903

The Times-Dispatch IHifetiitiM-. Bally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, RlchmAnd, Vi. ftntered Jaftiiary 2?# 1903, at Rlth* mond, Va? as Seeond'CIsM Matter, under Aet of Con? orttt ot Maroh 9. 1879. tha DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ll "Id #rt * eents ? copy, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH li ?old at 8 eente a copy. OAILY TIMBS^DISPATCH by mall? 60 cenle a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 fer elx monthg, $1.80 fpr three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 112.60 a year. the DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, tn etudlng Sunday, by Carrier, 1S eents per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, B eents per .week. ^,._._-u The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, I1.O0 year. , . ,? fc? All Unelghed Coriimunlcatlena wlll t>e ..rejected.. 7 -. / ... '?: . Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not oe returned unloss accompanled by swmps. Uptown Otflce at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, APHIB E, 1903. CORPORATIONS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. That tho lnterest ooutlnues unabated In House blll No, 102 ls apparent from tho...

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. — 5 April 1903

Por the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. Por the, Buslness (ian Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours rhstory-maklnf? Event.1 in All Llnes of Actlvlty. Brlef, Classlfled, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedla. jimertcan ftffairs. PRITCWAIRD ON THB BBNCH. Ejc-Senator J, C. Prltohard, of North Carollno,, tho loador of tho "Llly Whlte" movement ln. that Stato, has boen ap? polnted to Bucceod Jimtico Clabaugh, of the DlBtrlct of Columbla Supromo Court, who Is to bocome chlef Justlco at the ro tlremont of Chlef Justlco Blngham Aprll EO. Mr. Frltchard will retiro altogother from politlcB, WASHINGTON ASKS JUST1CB. Booker T. Washlngton mado an appcal for Justlco for tho nogro boforo tho Twon tleth Contury Club at UoBton March 2S, /nnd askod that his race bo Judged by lt? best men, nnd not by Its worst, Ho eald tho nogro raco was tho only raco whlch bo far had been ablo to look tho whlto man In tho face, to llve by his ...

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. — 5 April 1903

_ 1 HE GREAT CONFEDERATE BAZAAR WILL OPEN ON APRIL FIFTEENTH 'Be a Brllllant Scene at the Masonic Temple PREPAR1NO RAPtDLY juwnr Will Be Open Dally from II ? M. to II P. M.?A Splendld | Restaurant and Attractions for Everyone. :I': ' /Confedernto Bazaar will opan in sond Aprll 15th and oontlnuo to May \ will be held for tho boneflt of tho ?lorate Musoum and the cdnlplctlon io Jefferson Davls monument. Tho k Daughters of tho ConfedDracy, Vod by tho Confederate Southern Mo ; 1 Assoclations. aro working together '? ,; .^.bnzaar cause. The Jefteraon Davla v;- i'iinertt Assoclatlon has a dlrector ln -iv/stato and the Confedorato Musoum \gcnt, who ropresent tho rootff owned 'mch Stato ln tho Southern Contedr V, 'and wlli be roprcBonted by a tablo M . ?ng Its name, shlold and colors. J,'t THE EXECUT1VE COMMITTEE. f": U Executlvp Commltteo'of tho Bazaar I;'V'?.4claUon','lnc.ludcs;.Mrs. Joseph Brynn, ?', .J'ident; Mrs. Stephon Putney. assoclato " ..Ident; Mrs. N.' V Randolph. honor >'?>...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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