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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

Suit and Overcoat Sale For Small Men and Large Boys We find that we have about twenty Overcoats and thirty Sack Suits, all small sizes, from 33 to 36 breast measure, Suits and Overcoats that sold from 813.50 to §18, to close them out in one day we offer them to-morrow only, at %k I € Jr *ft For the Choice. CITY HALL NEXT WEEK The Board of Aldermen Will Meet Monday Night. SPEEDWAY RESOLUTION Loophole in the Action of Grounds and Buildings Committee Large Enough to Drive Horse and Buggy Through, Monday— Committee on Electricity, 8 o'clock; Carnegie Library Hoard, C o'clock. Tuesday— Board of Aldermen, 8 o'cU>ck. Wednesday— Subcommittee on Health, 8 o'clock, Thursday— Oomniltte-j on Health, 8 o'clock; subcommittee on transfers, & o'clock. Huch is the schedule of Coundlmanlc intxatlngM outlined for this week. Indications point to a rathfr dull \reek In City Hall circles, despite that the' Board of Aldermen will hold Its regular monthly meeting Tuesday nlsht and in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

IRECT OIL REFINERY Ehland Park Manufacturing lo.to Spend Thousands. AN EMBEZZLEMENT TRIAL fro Preacher and His Board of Stewds Are Charged With Misappropriating Church Funds — Business Changes in Charlotte. (Continued from First Page.) CHARLOMTE. N. C. February 7.— The |;hlund Park ALanufucturlng Company purcli&sed from Mecklenburg connthe county, home property, which cons of US acruß located about two miles t of tho city. The purchase price 1 Jll.iOO or (76 an acre for the entire is company Intends, at the earliest stable date, to erect a large oil ro>ry. which will represent an outlay law.opo. be stockholders of tho nighland Park apany are among the wealthiest busls men of Qic entire State. Mr. W. 13. t. Its president, Is several - times a Uonulre. and otheT members of the _. — rd of Directors are among our largost MiplUUlm.s. Already the company has inaugurated plans which involve the expenditure of at least F760.000. Tho TimesDispatch last week gavo a desc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

§.* * FULTON > j» j» 6ARTON HEIGHTS** .* GREENDALE PARK .* j» j« SEVEN 'PINES j» * The entertainment to be glvan at East Richmond Sunday School Hall next Thumday. evening will bo very unique •nd tirtsrtalnlng, being something different from anything before, Tho' sale of tickets »o fax luih been good. Mr. P. H. Flego, tho auporlntendont^of <ho Sunday Bchool and under whose solo management tho entertainment will bo rlv«n, can bo seen' at his office, East BWhmond Carriage Shops, in regard to •xohanglng suitable books foV tickets, •whloh can bo dono up to Thursday. George Kuhhcll, whoso health has been TjoA for some time, is now reported to b» Improving. Mra. J. Slmpkins, of Ferndalo," continues Mck but her condition U somewhat Improved over lust weelt. Mrs. Jacobin Brldstnldt, of Auburn, R. 1., formerly of Richmond, a sister of lira. S. Fiego, of East Richmond, died January 31st. after a prolonged 111besa. John McDowell has had his residence newly painted and it l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

STEOTAY KNABE BIARDIAN KIHIBAIL WES THB NUAIBOR OP PIECES GF MUSIC THAT CAN BE PLAYED ON THB EXCEEDS EIOHT THOUSAND. THERE ARE OTHER PIAIVO PLAYERS, BUT NONE s<y dOOD AS THE (3REAT PiAlfiOLA. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW THBM. A PLEASURE, IN FACT j AND WE ARE SURB YOU WILL BE DliLiailTlHD. WE INVITE YOU TO CALL. 103 EAST BROAD STREET. OLDEST AND LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN VIRGINIA, WASHINGTON IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Movement Inaugurated Here by the Mt. Vernon Ladies Association. The Vice-Resent for Virginia in. the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union has Inaugurated an effort to place the portrait of Washington In the public schools of Virginia. The National Socloty of Colonial r>s.mcs of Virginia has responded first to her appeals by the gift of twenty-IHo ($25) Gilbert Stewart's last unfinished picture, the best likeness known ot "Washington. Is tho ono selected. These pictures will bo liuiik In many ot tho public schools before the 22d of February. They aro framed in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

THEATRES THIS WEEK Coming Attractions at the Academy and Bijou. A FAR-FAMED VIOLINIST Koclan Eagerly Awaited by Lovers of Music— Tho War-Play Winchester. Madame Her mann at tho BljyUi ACADEMY - Tuieaday, "Winchester." Saturday, Koclan. BlJOU— Madame Herrmann, all week ■with usual matinees. The present thoatrljinl season Is on the wane. Spring Is nearly a month off yet, but the signs of the end of tho theatrical ueanon are In tho air, and already leading men, nonhnottos, and all tho rest, aro beginning to look about for a B'ummor enirnsrfttnent. Many companion close In April, and the month of showers Is bo near now, to one whose salary ends shortly artor All Fool»' Day, that It 1b tlmo to open the eyes to that fact. Thoro have been some excellent attractions hero this season, and there aro quite a number yet to come, though, (rom now on, with the exception of one or two weeks, they ■will not crowd each other. Manager R. L. Olffen will not have a dramatic stock company In Richmond for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

• PHOULDER WAS CLEFT IN TWAIN rteeper is Fearfully Cut by a Negro. THE ASSAILANT MADE HIS ESCAPE Carrying His Murderous Knife WPUNDED MAN IS OF 1 HERCULEAN STRENGTH the Negro Struck His Terrible Blow >yith His Keen Blade, Shearing Through the Shoulder Down to the Bone — Another Serious Wound Also Inflicted. Likely to Recover. As a result o-f a misunderstanding In a ■barroom at the comer of Eighth ajid Cary ptreete last night at 7:30 o f clock, Armegoo, known to his associates and frlonds as '"Mike," Correlrl, tho proprietor of the place, Is now conJlnod to a bed at the Retreat Cor the Sick, suffering from two horrible knife wounds, while William Straus, a negro well-known to the police, Is a fugitive from justice, wUh overy oflloer la tho city making 1 a strenuous effort to apprehend him. While the physicians regard the wounds of Correlri as quite sorlous, they are not looked upon as necessarily fartal, and strong nopes arc entortaJnod for his recovery. However, ho will p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

A TO REMODEL LONDON BILL The Saloon Measure Is Sidetracked. A FLOOD OF LOCAL BILLS The Tarboro Dispensary Bill Waa Ratified In the Senato— The Murphy or Watts Bill Will Be Passed in a Few Days. (Special to Tha Ttmea-Dlspstcli.) FU.LBK3H, N. C, February 7.-A great flood of local bllla engaged tho attention of both branches of tlio Legislature today. The Sonato tabled a bill to regulate tho praotlce of opticians. The bill prescribing tho duties and liabilities of Inn koopnrs and boardlng-houso keepers was mado a special order for next Wednesday. Too Tarboro dispensary bill was ratified. Notablo bills Introduced: By Mr. Itelnhnri: To amend chapter 832, lawn I'jOl, to provide widows ot Confederato soldiers with pensions. By Mr. Qlenn: To abolish the Board of Examiners of State Institutions, By Mr. Reinharilt: To allow railroad companies to Hie petitions as to rate of ni«>e- In passing through towns, where speed Is regulated by ordinance. Tha Sonata Committee on Propositions a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

10 HOW TRAINS ARE GUIDED Interesting Story Told by a Train blspatchcr. A MYSTERY IS EXPLAINED Something About This Most Important Branch of Railroad Work, Which is a Sealed Book to the General Public. Sever*! rocont appalling railroad wroclcs have turnou publlo attention to the Qnumer of handling trains, and tho question ot the respoaslbllLty for the loss of Innocent lives lias often of late been discussed. " Mr, W. M. Hi clears, a traJn despatclur of the CSi.«sapeake ajui Ohio Railway • Company, and one ot the most efficient **in the business," has consented to tell i how trains are run by the standard coat , now sonorally In vog-uo. Mr. Blckors says: I havo no wonder that th« public are fequently unable to grasp tho oause of aooidonta reported In the pxesa dispatches, Jor the people generally and the press Agents .frequently are not versed ia the fundamental rules of train-running, and these reports frequently use the terms "«tispa.tcheir''" and "operator" synonosnously and as oft...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

CONFLICT OF FORCES Animated Strength of Wabasli Made Poor Showing. CLOSE FIRM AND ACTIVE Publication of Bank Stalomont Caused Such a Decline That Demand fop Shorts Caused an Effective ' Rally— Bonds Irregular. (Ilj Asaoclntnil I'rona.) NEAV YOKiC, Fob. 7.— Tho animated strength ot tho Wabaah securities In the Btock inarktet to-day contented for a. provailing influences with tho very poor showing mude by tho banUn. Tho influence or tho bank Btatemcnt was lCHScnetl yy tne notorious oaso with which loans can now Ito obtained. It Is -well, undertsood also, that tho Btatemont will be compllcatofj by tho chango in tho capital account or tho Wi-stern National Bank, due to mercer operations. It in estimated tho,t tno loan account is overstated" to the extent of moro than four millions by this adjustment. Tho loan expansion Is still left at a largo llguro, and it la- believed that Homo of the effect of the JX5,W0,000 Pennsylvania loan expansion Is thrown over from last week. Tho $7,234,800 d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

IEELING OF CONFIDENCE Public Does Not Share FeelIng of Professionals. CONTINUE TO HOLD ALOOF Money Continued Easy Throughout tho Week, Although Banks Are Losing to Sub-Treasury— Venezuelan Affair Had Little Influence. CSpccUl to The Ttmpfi-nispntch.) NT3W YORK, Februnry ".— Thfi Financial Age. In Its -weekly review, says: Tho changes that occurred In tho situation lost week wero of n favorable character, and as such wero generally appreciated in s.tock market quarters, ' where there was a noticeable Improvement In speculative sentiment. This feeling oC confidence- as reflected In stock market operations was not shared In by the general public, who havo persistently refused to lend thoir support to an olevatlon of values. Favorable and unfavorable developments havo nllko been treated with an lndifforonce that Is as •unprecedented as It is disappointing to brokers who have predicted each week that outside Interest would Boon bo awakened. This apathy, which has been the subject of much...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, CashlnAdvano. ONE GENT A WORD. . -3LP WANTED — MALE- CIGAR SALESMEN WANTED; EXPElllenco unneueHMury; good pay, EMANUEL CO., Station "3," Now York. WANTEJD-PORTER. APPLY AT ROOM No. 2, No, 9U Baal Main Street, Monday. CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS EVERY. where; 13 to $7 per thousand earned. DISTRIBUTORS* NATiONAX. UN r ION, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED-FIUST CLASS LABISL COMpoßllor. Fine position for up-to-uai» man. JULIAN C. ANDERSON, No. IS3C Kn»L Franklin Street. /ANTED. FinST-CLASS WHIT HI BARBERS for Hotel Ncfldo Shop; Jl2 per week; one-half over J24. Apply to J. T. JONEB. 877 Main Street, Norfolk, Va. PANTED, OOOD CANVASSER FOR unocnupled territory; free outfit: c&bH each week for wholo or part Urn«. WESTERN NEW YORK NURSEHY CO.. Dept. 9. Rochester, N. Y. MANTO CARRY STOCK AND BELL our house paint and paint spoclaltlea; J1.200 to 12.000 cash, required; «alary paid; state business experience. CONSOLIDATED PAINT & OIL CO., Indianapolls, Ind. v...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

14 tIELP WANTED— MALE. ;"t'-ff \s^j V r: nt "X^Soli," tfl^<V--ollHblc trnvnlltiß rjfiiesmfn to vll i Stovp Pnli.-h anil Shoo Polish bo willing lo Phow nhlllly n» nn In our lino r>n n cnnunlssl^n tor two weeks, HJCBBbEVHITB CO., Galiipsvlllp, N. Y. jTvIatT "oNC IS ~A COLORED en U to JO. Api>lv SPOTBWOOD B, Governor nml Ro.«r atTCOts. HD— !X>l>ni3 n X G JV X .1 7. E R 1; must h(»vf* ojsperlonee! steady iti to rlßlil rnnn: vll! p«y P'Oil Apply ■•FRATERNAL, 1 ' caro mis nff.lrn, XvANTBn - CANVASSERS A >•' 1> i?tri>ot Palr^mon to «ell our rilrmx « n-Jcr-pnmf HWr-k P.itr-nt Lei hoi S •f> ■ Polish; n eon« 1 mnrpln tr> pm ! snl -- men. UK i'MIKWIIITP; MFC. CO.. • OalnivvlSle. n. v. LOBT-oXE~m'Nirh OF KEYS LAST Tuesday, about (5 or T In numlw.l In ro jstniiio ley. P.'o.iso return lo X». M-t "\Vp«t Lofcli Stroot. Will give liberal I'ownrd. wanted"" WANTED-T/A.DY OR ' GENTLEM-A N '(lnd...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

EOT TO BE j, , I\L"LLIIjILIJ A Succossor Will Be Chosen Hto Roy, C. H. Crawford, HOLD SESSIONTO-MORROW Dr. Crawford Has Two. Excellent Positions Offered Him, and is Pretty Certain*lo Accopt.Ono of Them. Dr. Moore May Come. The Executives Committee of th« AntlBaloon Lcaguo of Virginia will meet at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon Id the parlor of the Young Men's Christian Association urd will proceed with tho election of salorled officers, 'as provided In tho constitution amr-nded at tho recent annual convention. ■WILL MAKE CHANGES. At tho present time thftro aro two such jalarled officers connected with the league -tho superintendent and the 1 field aecrotary—but tho committee contemplates a rearrangement with reference to them. Tlio office of field secretary win be abolluhcd. The superintendent will bo expected to cover the field, and there will be craned the new position of office secretary, tho occupant of which position will look after the detail work, correspondence end so on. and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

A Woman's Pride is largely in her figure, and rightly so. The LONGFELO MODELS of the .;; Corsets For 1903 reflect the newest styles in woman's attire. There are 150 styles to select from — a variety that is certain to contain tlie identical garment that your figure requires to accentuate its beauty and correct its defects. ,; Styles 425 and 430, made of batiste, distinctly thh season's ' proper models, $ 1 .00 and $ 1 .50. Hose supporters attached, "More expensive patterns exquisitely finished made of any Corset materials it you desire them — A Shape for Every Figure. ASK YOUR DEALER.. WOMAN WAS ACQUITTED Other Trials to Follow for Selling Without License. BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL Oaptaln McCracken is Urged by His Friends for Reappointment Upon the Board of the Eastern State Hospita.' — Valuable Member (SppclU to The Times-Dispatch.-) FREDEfiICS&BUJRG, VA,, February r.— Agnes' HaTfield, of Spotsylvanla county, who was on& of .-iose indicted at Spotsylvanla Cour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

Forty Pages THE TIMR9, KOUNDISD 1M«. | WMHT T7 MTTMRT7P 16 160 TOE DISPATCH, FOUND IfID IRGO. | W rIUL.iI IN U l v l Oil K, 1O,1DU« WALKING GIRL IN HER GLORY Many Fair Pedestrians to Be Seen Now. SOME GOOD' WALKERS Exercise Results in Rosy Cheeks and Bright Eyes. A STROLL AT EARLY MORN During the Lenten Season This Will Be the Popular Time, and Then the Society Girl is. Altogether Charming and Irresistible. The Sunday Parade of the "Four Hundred" The rnlld days In February, preKnant | with the promise of the golden unfolding of fluted jonquils by and by; of the waxen petals of hyacinths and the pink and whit? waves of apple and cherry Wcmsoin time, trmnt the Richmond society girls who love walking out of doors. Stout boots aro. put on, the newest tai-lor-made gowns adjusted, hats are coaxed ■to a bocomlng tilt and veils pinned securely Into place. Then, with gloves Otter) to a nicety, pretty feminine pedestrians are ready for a jaunt. They may be seen every afternoon on Franklin or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

ew were present. But a week Inter It fan planned for a number of brilliant reoptions to be given her, Mrs. DornUir avo the first nnd tho very next day the ewß n-achsd tho city thai Commodore )ecfttur hud boon Hilled, nn<l Wnshlngon wm nt once thrown Into mourning, id the entertalnmrnts were, of course, B -nmlrtnM. Both Eliza and Mnrln tnn.rrloid K«nlleen who were at dlfforeni times the private seereUrloa of lhc President. At that t nc John Qulncy Adnms tuvs Secretary 0 State and Mrs. Hay ninile his lifo hard, for she had him communicate lo the foreign ministers hor rulings retarding receptions nnd vltlts to the White House. But when Mr, Adnms became President, .be appointed Mr. Hay to bo 1 Judge nnd made Mr. Clouvernour postmaster of New York city, KIND TO THE FOOtl. Murlft took Is by turns, living nt times In New York. Washington and O;i'.( Hill. After the denth «1 Mrs. Monroe. lf3o, Mr. Monroe went to New York to lie with ■her and with Mrs. Hay, who was also living ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

B For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too Busy to Know. jfmerican jtffairs. GEORGIA SLIGHTS ROOSEVKLT. I At tho annual banquet of the, Georgia Society In Vow York city, Tuesday night, tho uaual toast "Tho Presldont of tho United States" was omitted and ono to '"tho United Statos of America" substituted. Governor T«rroll, of Georgia, spoke at length .on tho race question, , Baying that in tho solution of Internal problems tho people interested needed "Intelligent sympathy with out Interference moro than Ignorant assistance with prejudiced Intermeddling." Mayor Low. of Now York, spoke on tho subject of child labor, saying, "all the profits of tho cotton Industry are not worth tho life of a slnglo child of Georgia." VERMONT FOR LOCAL OPTION. Tho special referendum voto ln Vermont, Tuesday, w«i 30,688 for local option and license law and 28,9-16 for continuance of prohibition. Vermont voted for prohibition In 1853 by 1,600 maj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch. THB DAILY TIMKS-DISPATCH 18 BOL» AT TWO CTDNTB A COPY. TUB SUNDAY TIMKB-DISPATCH JS SOLD AT FIVE CIWTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH MY M/ 11.. WC. A MONTH. W A YEAR; ja.KO FOH SW MONTHS; JI.GO FOR THIIBI3 MONTHB. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, >C A YEAR. THE) DAILY miBS-DISPATCH. INCLUDING SUNDAY. BY CARRIER. 16C. FHR WEI3IC. ) THE SUNDAY TIKES-DISPATCH, BY CARRIER, 6C, PER WEEK. WEEKL* TrMTCS-DISPATCH. *1 YRAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL P.E RKJTCCTEI*. _ TIT T nRJECTEH COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY STAMPS. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1903. SEVEN PINES. Recent ndwspaper publications ossuro the people of the purpose of tho Richmond. Passenger and Power Company to make ■ tho battle-field of Seven Pines more attractive to visitors than it ever has been. The Seven Pines road of that company Is a part of the street-car system of this slty and makes that spot more accessible than any other of tho dozen fields \n the vicinity of Rich...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

B A FRUIT GROWER'S LETTER. "W. E. Birch, fruit grower, Afton, Va., V/ites; "My wife was very much run down and out of sorts every way. She had female weakness and was very weak, nervous, nnd hnd no appetite. I tried ier on everything I could think of, but she would not touch a tiling — could not «»t strawberries, even. I saw Peruna it my father's store ono day, and after rjading the printed matter on the botfle, decided to hnve my wife try it. Bejbre she had taken half of the bottle, iho commenced to eat, and now she is hungry all the time. We both agree ■that it beats any medicine to bring an appetite and put the nerves in good ' shape that we have ever had anything to do with. "We had our family doctor to give her medicine, but sho did not improve in the least. She had consumption in her family and sho was in such bad , shape and so run down that I begun 'to get very uneasy, but your medicine 'lias mado an entirely new woman of .her. I believe she eats and feels better now than sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 February 1903

a To-dny Is tho first of a. week which entXs with February 14th, and where Is the ninlden or tho g-iUinut, even In the twentieth century, who Is not thrilled with sentimental thoughts and tender feelings at tho idoa of sending and receiving jv possible valentine? People of the present day affect a great deal of matriaJlem; at heart, they &f2 very much, what humanity has always been. In a different way, they express Just tha eamo thing as that told In higrhJy ornamontol nMe paper of a half century ago, ■whan the Jlnglo, with many pen flourishes, ran thus: "Roses ar« red, and vlolots arc blue, 6ttgar Is sweet, and so are you." Now, tho roses and violets are conserved leaves of the ono and blossom* of -the tthor, and they aro sent In a crimson satin heart-shaped box with a <ihubby, rosy, hand-painted cupid on the outside, but they mean Just tho same thing In the one Jnstanoa as the other, the difference of time makes the difference of oppression; that is all. A p...

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