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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 April 1903

(Contlnued Frptn Blxth Page,) CZ?ZD% a u All of the ypunfe poople ln the clty al? ready have tholr nttontlon lurtied to thla May day nnnouncoinnht, whlch ' holds jirbapecllvoly so hitich .plaasuro Itt lts fulflllmont. Mr, and Mrs. Ulnlr aro ntfiong Ihs liiiiHl populnf- yoting marriod socloty folk' In Rlcbmohd, and anythltig whlch thoy undertako ls suro to be reatllly ort dorsed b$> Tllehmond's danclng nnd'soclety ? elomont.v'Tho success of such an enter? talnment Is alroady nhtitidnntly nssurcd. I Tho faot that the muale wlll bo, tho f.neat, . tho glrls tho prottlost, nnd the flgures' tho most orlglnal over ovolvett, Is qulto.a sufllclont closlng ondorantloh or serlos of endorantiotiB oven for tho May 1 day german. The Dime Muscum. | Thls ls tho dny for orlglnal doparturea jnlortg tho Unoa nf Eaatcr ontortalnmcnta, i Porhapa ono of tho moat nnlqtio yot ar jrnngod'fpr la thal to bo given Aprll CLAS5 OF 1903, WOMAN'S COLLEGE. 30th for tbe beneflt of tho Mlaseurl table at the Confed...

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. — 5 April 1903

flFssiw tFv-; . S'M FAIR *' V iten Perlod ,ln Norfolk a ^sonofOpportuntty. ? IhefHARVEST IN JUNE pi_t?r Earnast Work Upon Seem I Hopeless Cases Will Contlnue ilhthe Oddi Largoly ln Favor r-"*' of the Summer Glrl. (gpoelal ta Tha TlmM-DIapatCh.) jirOtJC VA., April 4.?L?nt has not V ? > tlroaomo to the bellos and tho beaux 'iV jetrfotk. The beaux havo saved more {<^?Uiolr atrength whlle the soolal world ;,. ion^on at rost. ' Thoy havo found sleep K:?> ;'iW_t earller hour, and they have on i i;\ ler: moro of 1U rafrosl-Jr.g nnd restorlng $?.'', ib,ianoes, whlle they have not lost any tii ''dthooo ohonoea wlth thelr Bweothearta ', ' 'od'tho aecluslon of Lent mlght imply. ST'/ ll j thoso demure and plous glrls, and &F-,* fc?n* cases those charralhg w dows, :#;?-, !-?"lWe been found at tha dlinly-llghted H_p{n?ohes ln the afternoon. $_3s*J_Un? thoy wero eareful not to break i i.bf the plaasont rutes of Lent. thoy ' ' fe j not deborrod, and they Bhould not .?; -v-iaqltrom amll...

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. — 5 April 1903

] HAVE BEGUN i .1 .-?" Moonllohts on the Rappaharu nocK Will Be Frequent FREDERICKSBURO SOCIETY ?Veek Has <?een Qulet, but Everyotie l? Looklng Forward to the Post Lenten Season When dayetles Will Begln Afresh. (Spaelal to Tlm Tlmea-Dlseatcb,) FRE-JBRICKSBURG, VA., Abrll 4. i'ho week has beon a very qulet ono here ?o'clftliy, and will probably . contlnue so tintll aftor Easter, to whlch porlod eVery ono ls looklng forward to wlth ploasuro. Tho flrst excursion of the season was jlvon horo by tho steamer Tourlst ono evenlng thls Woek, and lt carrled moro than one hundred people on s, pleaaant llttlo trlp down tho Bappahannock to tho Hop Yard dnd return, lt Is probable that a number of thoso ploosant excur elons wlU be glven on tho. Rappahannook durlng the comlng sprlng and summer, and ospcclftlly on moonllght nlghts, as thoro aro now two local rlver Bte.amers ono belonglngto tho Peoplo's Bteamboat Company and the other to the, Wcoms .Llne-whlch ply between thla polnt and Urbanna. B...

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. — 5 April 1903

m, lVELS of 1CK BYRD m Year Old Vlrglnian jllsClrcllnfltheOlobe. 1$ THE PH1L1PPINES , B,|g Oescendant of Willlam Byrd |p||overisft Deputy Sherlff ln ' Phlllpplnes at the Age of Fourteen. $flESTER, VA., Aprll 4.?Rlchard .,., ^?sjayrd, Jr., la perhapa tho young I', .{SSpler'ln tho world who wlll havo ( ' *'ihe globo when lie rc-Uirna to thls W ^iWy&t' summer. "Dlck," ua ho Is af ?SPfely. known to hls mnny youthful fM.Sstarted from Wlnchestor August ftjf'-c-n hls trlp around tho world. llo MAlrt'een years of ngo when bo '?"-;and is a boy of unusunl intelll ind Ib blesaed wlth a temporamont [yJdqvold of fear. id.hls mother good byo at Wash ink" started on his long trlp acroas &tlnent, stopptng ln Chlcago at tjme'r House for soveral daya. Af Iklng at the slghts of that. great ilsster "Dlck," onjoyed a sall :<n ^tiohlgan. -He dld not stop ngaln $e reached San Franclsco, whero, i'few.- days; spent in vlewlng the of that westcrri metropollo, ho ,?, steamer:"fpr Manlla, botind upo...

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. — 5 April 1903

SPLENDID NEW HOME OF THE VIRGINIA CLUB OF NORFOLK THE NEW VIRGINIA CLUB BUILDING. (Ipecbri to The Tlmaa-IMapatcb.) NORFOLK, VA., Aprll 4.-Tha Vlrglnla Club bulldlng, on the stte of the hlstorio Newton house, at the corner of. Plume and Oranby Streets, haa beon run up to the helgbt of one etory already. Work ls belng pushed rapldly and, whon -cdhi pleted this will be one of the r.nc'st and most modern club bulldlngs ln tho South, and by far the"most ornamental bblld-' Ing ln the bustmjssf'sectlon ;of tfortolYt.r, Ab will be scon from'tho plcture, from an aesthotlc standpolnt lt will be a trlumph of archlcteoturo. ?) The flrflt story of the bulldlng Is of whlto Powhatan brlck. The flve storles aboye tho flrst nro to be of yeilow Nor man brlck, wJth decoratlona of lerra cotta and quolns of-- whlto Powhatan brlck. From'the- basemcnt? the feature' of whlch will be. a rathskcller. and In wnlch wlU be the barher shop, baths and heatlng plant?to the roof gardon'above' the shtth story, tho b...

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. — 5 April 1903

IS AND Irsemen ||ie Hlll Stock Farm, ilfi Arnon Llves. jipR is there. too rftfoverfHr* Roadsters?The Washlng /?'^iffiilPhl'lweV Club Meetlng?Tom Phll^ay jslrySon of Eon nnd Eocene. , lllerslic's Flnest Foal. [pynlfliiVdoa.th of her father,. the late '?ler*JKtfi,. Rives, Mrs. Oortrudo Rlvea f.He tfca'?asaumcd charge of tho flne ,' ff-Wfo.'-fiuiltll) estate, and horeofter ' the .(ately fciriis of thls grond old homostead , '^Htanprlnclpally dovoted to atock rala ?'4V ?,'ion h'slster to tho Prlnceaa Troubotakl, |':;:i-(tl\trt:?Vl','known authorcas, Mrs. iPotts la '"' l nnr bbjhly culturcd, nnd rcgarded as 'i. ' ^nd I the ableat horaowomon the South itohijrfy.jijliiiiiiiced. ln tho horae show arona, }yj0ifi& hjfrfleld and on the road Mrs. Potts ;'^nd ijquently abown brllllant form, not > '^tlne.^in'o saddlo, but oa a rolnswomnn. \, fMm6^<iqiually at home in drlvlngr a slngle ?'?'?'/q'ST .'^alr, tandem team, or toollng a ffilTOfij&and. Caatlo Hlll Is noor Cobham, fiTlcn?nia...

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. — 5 April 1903

ViRQlNIA EDITO_S,.*0 '?. \ **^ ' "^ r F fenajiftMaaaass * aaucftsttttaeti ?? auamiiiB-ii'H'iri'iirrt GOOD TIMES IN WARRBN. ! Hars li ?n itfttn ua ia tui llom. H 1* jfrom tho ?dltotlal oolumri of tha Wevmn Bentlnoli ' Thursday of last week at tha fatlah 'irnj-ni for tha pitrpos* of enunlnlua ? anionast other thlngs the dondltlun of tho orchard, lt waa found frae from tha Sun 'Jtae-Bonlo hnd ln flno oondltloti, Tho land,. however iiaoded itnprovlng and lt wna datormthcd to plant It lh cow peas. knd evorythlnir Waa In appto ple ordor.?-> Tha rooms of the paupori wore found to bo cleun und In excellent sunltary oondU tlon and tho pauputs thomsclves axhlblted the good care and attontlon glven them. Aftor tha Inspootlon waa over a dlnnar, auch aa tha good wlfo, thero la noted for, Waa ?et down to and enjoyed aa only our dadarvllle and South Rlvor reprosant . atlves could do. Wo henr a ooupla of Front Royal youngstorr (amall walghta) were proaont und toatlfiod grandly to the exeellenoe ...

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. — 5 April 1903

THE MARKET WASNARROW Docl'lne.at Openlng and Rally pft Llght pressuroof Solllng STATEMENT UNFAVORABLE Thla Cauood Further Selllng Movement, But Thero Was a Subsoquent Rally Whlch Spent Its Forco Bofore Close, Whlch Was Steady. (ur Aaaoclated r*r???0 NBW YOIUC, Aprll 4.-To-day's stock markot waa 'too narrow to nave nny greator glguincance. Tho openlng J*e"Ua fapieasod the d sappolutment of those wn Bought veatcrdny on tho rumor U?*?v?"? pool hotdlnga of 6outhornp^"aloft_fee" Uk.n off tho market by pr vato agrco jn.nt Thoro wus aome support orcorou , \T* market whon lt was seen. tha tho ftred* S^?ari?vWw..I,irttodT^nt ?\ h.r8tre1fgth of'reporta U?*t there waa a lood prospect of an adjustment or tne fabor dlspute on that system. Allvoly solllng movement followed tne W?"-nce of tho bank Matemont. Show fng a decreaae ln surplus ot $4,1%0TB. orlnglng that ltom down to *?lW.S_i. j.nis ' ahowln- was wholly due to the fn.il. ?n ca_hMVloan Itera showlng a?nomlnal dooreaee of loss than a mllll...

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. — 5 April 1903

IS ACTIVE AT 85 YEARS / ' CoK W, W. httbes Stlll a Hale and Hearty Man. ONCE POSTMASTER HERE Man Now ?Enjoylng ?, Vlgorous Old Age, Who Has Held Many Of flcee of Imoortance In His , . Long. Usefut Llfe. Colonel, W. W. Forbes/* formorly post TOMter of Rlchmond, was reoently lh th* clty. He ls a mon now ol_hty-flvo y?ars old, and Is well ipresorvcd, Ho was at the Capltol, and at the Custom,House, and waa most, oordlally grceted by all who know hlm. It woa< Colonel Forbos who suocseded Mlss Van Lcw as post master, Colonel Forbes ls a natlve of Bucklng hara county, and was borti ln the year 1817. In earlyj llfe ho Identlfled hhnself ,wlth the old llne Whlgs, and waa at COLONEL W, W. FORBES. ways regarded as a fearlesB advocate an<? an abla expoundor of the principles and pollcy of, that grand old party. Hla party showod Its--.ppreclatlon of hla aorvlccs by electlrig hlm In 1850 tb a scat In tho LegtsJaturo from tho county of Bucklng liam. He a?i>vetl one term ln the lower House...

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. — 5 April 1903

The New Importation o? Cohen's Kid Gloves \ a?? ready. ?Thoy ftro bet? tor 111 an ever-*-taore caro bavin? boon exercised In tho selection of the skins ? ??, ti nnd $1.50.? All sizes, all spring colorings ami latest stitch. Sale of Veilings and Chiffonj. 10 plecea Blneik Hsh Net Vellj lh|fs'wlth ddts, Imported to ??ll &t &a yard, sale at ISo, yard. Whlte Mftllne Net.. so much ueed for Hats for U 1-Sc. yard. IS ' plocoii Hand Etnbi oliler^d Velllngs, all colors. best Wo. quallty for S6e. yard. 11 Handjoms Raady-Ms.de Vella. sold K.25, I2.M and 12.7a. Cholce for ll.JS. 21 pleces Whlte and Black Clilffons. the regular 60c quaU ty. will be sold for 840. a yard. _? THE PEOPLE'S THe Qhen (gmpany TremeS^^uyin8: rrnONDAY to be a day of ihopplng that will leave half .t>'our(^ckei8jy'e^w [Ml cases have arrlved at alnicst any price that will do the selllng. 1HE NEW fe|___ RICS will prove the proudesl record of this storeVs business hlstory._^ Hnndreds of E5T FAB 11.50 Free wlth ln* ...

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. — 5 April 1903

FORT^ PAQES. THREE SECTIONS* the; timeb. found ku iwi IWHDI P NTTMRRR 16.208/ THE DISPATGH. . FOUNDK13'1X50 RICHMOND. VA., SUXDAY, APRIL 5, 1908. PRICE FIVE CENTS.:^: 1 ' ' i' ?rirr SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINOTON, Aprll 4.-Forocast for Bunday and Monday: ] ? VIrglnla? Falr, contlnued cold Sunday; freslhlo'brlBk north wlnds, Monday falr; waimer,' North Carollna?Fnlr. contlnued qold Bundayi frosh north wlnds. Monday falr; warmor, - ', . -, Yesterday wob nn excellent Imltatlon of , a^wlntefs day, nnd the weather pronhet tlilnkB a portlon of to-day wlll be Ilke wlse. The hlghest tempcrature wns notj much above flfty. ? and. bv mldnlght the ? moreury had gone dowh. to ihlrty-soven. There.wan not bo much wlnds as the doy prevlous nnd the ralnfall, though not hoavy, hud laid tho dust. . ' STATE OF THE~THERMOMETER. ? -A..M..?'.. |0 12 M.? ?* 8.P..M. ?5 6 P. M. ? ? P. M. <? I2mldnlght. __. Aversgo.47.1*8 Hlghest temperaturo yostcrday. fw Lowest temperaturo yesterday. JJ Mca...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 April 1903

Vf r?*ra(rraph? or schedulea ns irmtterti of. SiliilBlfttlve detall, If euch ohango Is <*e fvlttiahded by the Intefeita ot the hatlon s';t* h whoie. . . ?fjv if a ui'ltt law has on the whole workcd ?j'toell, ahd U.bUBlness has brospered under Wit end le prosperlng, lt mny be bnttei to ">??'; ?hdur? some lnconvonlenees and ine .'ijualltlfts for a tlme thnti by maklng V'Bhahges tb rlsk cnuslng dlBturbanee nnd jitterhttps pnralysls ln the Itidustrlos ahd ', ,*bu?lness of tbe country. The faot that the -' ?jh?hfre ln ft Klven rate of duty may be v thousjht desirablo doeB not sctllo the ques tlon whether lt Is ndvlsablo to make the ehanga lmmedlalely. '1 NO CURB FOR TRUSTS. :: One polnt we must steadliy keep n ?-i: tnlnd. The qtiesllon ot tnr IT fcvislon, ;.'f,peaklng brondly. stnnds wholly npirt ' Jrom the qucstlon of deallng wlth ihe 'vtriiBls. No clmngo ln tariff dut es can : .havo any substantlal effect ln solvltig the ? no-called trust problem. Cerlaln gieat , trusts or great ...

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. — 5 April 1903

THE.MUS1G OF EASTER Songs of Pralse Wlll Rlse In Many of tho Churchos. PROGRAMMES ARRANGED Next Sunday the Services Will Be More Attraclivo Than on Any Oth? er Occasion in the Year. In addltlon to tho programmes of Eaat er muslo to bo rondered In tho clty ohurchea, glven olsowhore, tho followlng havo beon proparod: St. Marks Episcopal Church. St. Mark's choir, oomposed of fourteen VotocH, wlll lendor tho followlng muslo Bantor Sunday mornlng, Aprll 12th: Processlorittl-IIynin, No. 103, "Welcomo/ Happy Mornlng." Chrlat Our Pnsaover .(Holdnn) aiorla Jubllato (Cross)..Venito Schnccker Te Deum....Stnrkwcather Chont, Jubilate .....Dudloy BUck Hymn, No. 116, "Angels Koll the Ilock Awuy" .(C. F, Uogers) OloHu Tlbi, 185. Hyrnri, No. 112, '.'Jcbub Chrlst Is Rlson To-dity." Offertory, "Tho Slrlfe lo O'or," Mendelssohn Jlogular communlon florvico, Itcccsslonul, No. 115, "Tho Day of Rea ? nrrcctlon" .(G. C. Martln) 1 Mlss Uoe Goodwln, orgatilst. ' J. O. Sale, Jr., dlroctor. BVENING SEKVICE. Chl...

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. — 5 April 1903

THE JERICHO CANALSU1T Owerof Dismal Swamp SUes Water Company for Damages LAKE DRUMMOND'S LEVEL ? ? The Plalntlff Chargea That tho Water Drawn Off for tho Canal and Wa? ter Supply Purposes 19 Dnm- ? aglng His Property. fftDedal to The Tlmat-Dlapntoh.) ' NORFOLK, VAJ, Aprll 41?Dop6sttlotis were talten in the Lake Brumthond ca.se thls morning ln the United States Cir ? 'lult Court before CommlBstoner'Bowden. Wtlllam N. Camp, of Florlda, has brought V ault agalnst tho Lake Drummond Canal ?nd Water Company for nh Injunction to prevent tho doplotlon of the wator ?upply ln Lake Drummond. The' plalntlff aays he ls the owner of 'flfty thousand ?'?.' acres ot land <n the Blsmnl Swainp, . Jylng.ln Norfolk and Nonsomond coun . tles, and coverod wlth valuablo tlmbor, oonslstlng of Junlper, cypress and giim trees, and also of the waters of Lake Drummond. There Ib a dltch, called the fferloho Canal, from whloh the defend ant ls taklng water for carrylng tlm ber to market and to supply tho Disma...

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. — 5 April 1903

hat Pe-runa is Doing in All Phases of Spring Catarrh. l MERICA is the land of i A nervous wcracn. The i ereat majority of nervous women \ ve bo becauso they are Buflering from aome form of fetnalo dlseaac. By far the greatest number of femalo troubles tre causcd dircctly by catarrh. They are catarrh of the organ whlch ls af - fected. ThcBo women despalr of re covcry. Female trouble is so common, ?o prevalent, that they nccept it as al? most incvitable. The greatest obstaclo ln tbe way-of recovery Ib tha); they do not undcratand that it is catarrh whlch Ib the eource of thelr illness. In female icomplftint, ninety-nine cases out of one hunarp'l aro nothing but catarrh. Fe runa cures whcrcvcr located. Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 020 Loutsiana Btreot, Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "Peruna has ccrtalnly been a blessing In disguise to me, for when I flrst began taking it for troubles poculiar to the ?sox and a gcncrally worn out system, I bad llttle faith. "For tho past ftve years I have rarely be...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 April 1903

MATER1AL PROGRESS Northern Neck Has Developed Grcatly in a Decade. PINE BUSHES DISAPPEAR Blooded Csttle Qraze Whero Once Only Gulleys Broke tho Dreary Monotony of a Broom Straw and Hen Qrass Horizon. (SptcUl to Tbo Ttmet-Dltpstcb.) COMORN, i VA., Aprll 4.?The mnterlal progress made hy the Northorn Neck ln the last few years ls a subject ot ear iiest oomment Ifi buslness clrolos through out thla aectlon and In tho ol,tlus. WhOle ' eale merchant, commlsslon men and drununeri, whoso buslness rolatlons arej ocnflned to no one sectlon or Stato, say i that no sectlon of the country romote from the great manufaoturlng centors has made more rapld strldca towardB general prosperity than has the Northern ? ,*N'eck ln the past dozen years. A groai '.'? deal of the long-neBloctod and worn-out | land has been lmproved an3'ls under an excellent syatem ot cultlvatlon?yleld ing flne cropa of corn, wheat, oata and hay. There are Bcores of farms ln thls Neck that would sell for twlco oa much to day a...

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. — 5 April 1903

EVERYTHINO INOOTHES A Perfect Harvest Presented for tlio Buyer. PERFECT LINES IN OOODS Maln-Street Storaa Where All Thlnga Go to Make the Oomplete Man Oarr Be Secured?Some of the Details. _he atorea where men "get fl*ed for ?prlng" are radlant now wlth every varle ty ot sulta'and furnlshlngs that make a man a knlght lh the eyes of his true love. Easter Is tho tlme, perhaps, of all the year when the olothlers strlve wlth all tholr mlght to vle wlth eaoh other ln pre aentlng the most attractlve wear for thelr eustomers and those ,whom they hope to make thelr oustoraora, BrtQUlslte taste lias been lemployod InHhe display of all that makoa a gentleman's wardroba oom piote. Thero ls no end of varlety bf hand? some and protty furnlshlngs to chbose from thls Sprlng. the great faotorles of the North having been ransacked for tho buyera' bcneflt. O. H. Berry &. Co. The store ot Messrs. O. H. Berry and Company presenU a most completo and attractlve appearanco, The appointments of this ato...

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. — 5 April 1903

IMPORTANT BUSINESS Very Uvely Meetlng of the Councll To*Morrow Nlght. TAKE UP LIQUOR L1CENSES Thls Llkely to Occaalon a Flght?Mat? ter of Street-Car Tranafers and \ Paymenls on the New Clty Jall. \ There will be thlngs, plenty ot thlngB, .olng at the meetlng of the Common Councll to-morrow nlght, and 'tls well, tor, barlng thls one event, the week promlses to prove one of the dullost of the year ln polnt of lntorost and tho number of commltteo meotlngB. It ls qulte probable that the Besslou of tho eolons wUl lost untll aftor mldnight, and will abound ln that spioe of llfo, con? tentlon, debate, argument, wlt, humor and repartee. Whlle, as may be Judged from the foro golng, the montiily confab of Clty Fathera wlU attract much attentlon from thelr constltuonts and tho goneral publlc, thoro wlU be at least three matters actod upon that wlU vlo.wlth ono another for the tlrst plaoe ln the Councllmanlc chambor of famo. These are the thoroughly ' thrashed out quesUon of unlversal trans fer...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 April 1903

BIG SUIT IN GRAYSON Flght over County Bond lssue | to AU. Rogers and Eastern. W1DER PUBLIC ROADS The County Court Will Vlgorously En forco dhe Thlrty-Foot Koad Law. Candldate for the Senate lo Succeed Senator Harvey. (Spcclnl to, Tbo Tlmca-Dlapateb,) 1ND0PENDENCH, VA., Aprll 4,-The ?prlng term of the Griyson Clroult Court commences noxt Tuesday, Hon. Johri P. iboffey presldlng. Tbe "docketl Is not neavy, and court wlU not last beyond the end of tho weok. ' The most Important ense on dockot Is the chanccry cause of John W. Perklns and sucfli -"ther tax puyers of Grayson county as will come ln and conlrlbuto-to tha edsts of the ault agalnst the Mount Rogers and Eastern i Rallroad Compony. The objoct of ihia ault ls to rcstrnln the Board of Supervls ors from Issulng to the rallroad company 1100,000 In county bonds, voted to the com? pany under an electlon held'ln July, 1901, on the gronrid that sald electlon was car? rled by fraud. The plalntlff ls repreaenlod by Judge R. L. Klrby nnd ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 5 April 1903

PROF. HALL*S FINETALK Presldent of Clark Unlverslty Dlscusses Body and Soul. CONSIDERS ORIGIN OF MAN Bomeof the Many Themes Regardlng lhe Prehistorlc Development?Soul Has Grown and Developed, Too. Stnges of Llfo. ' On Tuesday evenlng last at Rlchmond College Dr. G. Stnnley Hnll, presldent of Clark Unlverslty, dcllvorod a remarknble address, belng lhe second ln tho James Thomas course, Professor Hall's theme N*a "NCw Ideas of the Soul; Devolopmont ef the Soul ln Chlldren and Anlmnls." The locturer was glvon tho closest at? tentlon, and some of tlio speaker's Ut '.arancos are horo reprodueod: Chlldhood. os a solenlino study. he de clared. ls now, but already its literature ls enormousT wlth 3,000 tltles ot sclentlllc books on it, soven jotirnals and many bo cletles, chalrs In seventeen colloges nnd ln many normal sohools devoted to It. It Is studled In Germany even. It hnd Its beglnning In America. but ls recognlstoo In all the world. Astronomy has a cul ture value; ohlld study Is mor...

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