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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 February 1903

I* i ? ; ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. THESE ARE THE WONDER ??T CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance ONE GENT A WORD. ZIEEP WANTED????,?._ WANTED., RELIABLE BOY, 15 TO 17 yoars old, lo collect find work in rotali shoo store. Address "SAM," caro this orfico. WANTE-D-A ? HI ?I IT BOY, OR youth, ns office boy und fronoral asslst . tint. Slate references, salary expected find experience. 8. L M., euro Tlmcs Dlspatch, ?WANTED, BY ? ??? WHO HAS HAD oxpcrlenco In ofTlce, a situation, imme? diately. Address WILLIAM 1????? HARRIS, 012% N. Ninth Stroct, city. WA ? T?CD, A GOOD COOK; WAOB8 from ?8 to J15 por weck. Apply at Chcs terflold Hotel, J. ?, HANRAHAN, Pro? prietor, Petersburg, Vn. .IVANTBD. AT ONCE, A GOOD. IlELIA ble and Industrious farm HAND; white or colored; married or single. Apply to O. C. SMITH, Atice, Hanover coun? ty. Vn. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR? BERS for Hotel Neddo Shop; $12 per week; onc-hulC over ...

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. — 6 February 1903

Live Newsand Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Townd of Virginia POLITICS ' QUIET MOW Col. J. R. Waddy Has Been Confirmed by the Senate. ttAJ. BANKS TAKES OATH J.scussion Now Centres Around S. B. Carney's Chances of Holding on to His Position as Assistant Post? master?Opposed Waddy. (Sp?cial to Tbe Ttmei-Dlepntch.) NORFOLK, VA? Feb. 5,-Bepubllcan pollUcs ls quiet hero now. The contest over tho great offlco Is settled. Colonel J _R, Waddy was confirmed by tho Sen? ate yesterday and Major R. O. Banks got this commission and took the oath of of? fice before Mayor J. O. Rlddlck yester? day afternoon. There Is still some anxiety as to the appointment of an as edstant. on account of the fact that S. B. Carney, the present assistant post? master, was opposed to the roappolnt xnent of Colonel Waddy, because he ?wanted tho office for himself. Colonel Waddy is supposed to have some In? fluence ln the appointment of an aa-ds tant, but ho has declared he would not pay anything about the subject,...

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. — 6 February 1903

Fashion's New Doings in the Silk Section. Highly interesting from the triple view point of style, daintiness and refinement is a very choice little collection of newest right things in Spring Silks, which we show to-day. Others, of course, are to come, but these have that excellence which has placed them ahead of the multi? tude and that freshness and goodness which will make them especially liked. White and Black Taffetas, Checked and striped. Checked Taffetas, with Colored Polka Dots, Pongees, natural colors, for Suits and Waists. Peau de Cygne, Satin Colors, High Lusters, Heavy Corded 36-Inch Wash Silks. Prices, $1.00 to gl.50. " ts in 0 Fourqurean, Temple ? Co. 429 East Broad and Annex. DEATH ENDS HIS CAREER Congressman Moody Died at at His North Carolina Home ILL FOR SOME TIME PAST Congestion of the Lungs Immediate Cause of His Death?Funeral Will Take Place on Saturday Night. Congressional Committee. (Special to The Tlmee-ptupatch.) ASHBVILLB, N. C. February 6.? Hon. J. M. Mood...

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. — 6 February 1903

BIG FIGHT OVER TAXES House Refuses to Reduce Them on Intangible Property REPORT WAS SUSTAINED Finance Committee's Judgment Is Vln dlcated-Senate Spends Another ?3? Day on Railroad Measure, and Adopts Watklns Substitute. The sessions of tho Legislature was long and full of public Interest. Tho House had tho first brush over the Sonerai tax bill, and tho report of tho . commi tteo was sustained by tbo very de? cisive vote of 46 to IS. The question arose on a motion ot Mr, Caton, ot Alexandria, to strike out SO ? 'conts and Insert 20 coats as the tax on personal property. The debate over tho mattor was spir? ited and long drawn out, Mr. Catoa leading for an-d Mr. Boaz against tho amendment. It was plainly a question between the cities, and tho committees of the counties won hands down. Not a few times did those in favor of the amendment rap tbo recent convention for reducing taxes, but Mr. Boaz kept a clear head and whipped his opponents in a storm. Messrs. Jennings, Heermans and Grave...

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. — 6 February 1903

?^r^mt?Mmf?m$' Whx The Saturday Evening Post Mailed Every Week to any address, Efkg* ?j from now to July 1, on receipt of only ?7UC / (Or for sale by your newsdealer AT FIVE CENTS THE COPY ion In tHie ?weeK'e.iee-ue?February 7 Recollections of M. de Blowitz For 30 years the famous Paris correspondent of the London Times. In thi_ week's issue he con? tributes a tremendous incident of his life: ? LIFE, STRUGGLE The tragic progress and disappearance of Mme, Eloa, who succumbed to a persecution from which, not even Leo XIII could relieve her. j, A Great Business Story Showing how a Forty-Thousand-Dollar Fortune was built on a newspaper clipping anda two-cent stamp? , The Uninherited Inheritance, by Elliott Flower f_1JAW ?*1 ??- The American Adventures \7Oiuen JTieSCS of a Fortune-Hunting Earl By DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS 6& How the money barons of the East are bor? rowing from the wheat barons of the "West. The Curtis Publishing Companr Philodelphia, Pa. y* ARE FOOLISH AND VERY SILLY So...

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. — 6 February 1903

MARKETWAS BROADER Aggregate of Dealings Above Three-Quarter Millions, VERY ACTIVE AT TIMES Last Prices Were Materially Below the Best, nnd in Many Instances Gains Were Entirely Wiped Out. Money Very Easy. (By \isociatcd Press.) NEW YORK, Fob. fi.-The aggregato dealing!? In .slocks rose to above three quarters of ?i million shares to-day. lho market was broad and nt times very ac? tive, and also gave n general Impression of strcn-Lh nnd advancing prices. Hint .this Impression was to some, extent illu? sory is mauifest from the small anp ragged showing nf not gains for tlio day; whereas at one timo a large number of leading active stocks wcro ? point or more above lust night's closing, it will he seen that the last prices for tho day wcro in all cases materially below the best, while ln many instances tlio earlier gains were Wiped out and the linai prices made lower than those of lost nlg.ht. It Is evident that operators with large resources and with on extensivo organization for the ...

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. — 6 February 1903

"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST,-'_ AND THE BEST IS THE VICTOR TALK? ING MACHINE. WE ALONE SOLE AGENT IN RICHMOND. THE GREAT PIANOLA appeals to every member cf the household;.all be - come performers and each finds a personal pleasure In It, Let us show It to you; hear It. REGINA MUSIC BOXES BIG AND LITTLE PRICES CORRESPONDING. Ability to Play on the ' ' "I Piano means possession of the power to please,provided the player uses a Steinway, Knabe, Hardman, Standard, Kim ball, or Haines. A beginner, at a high-grade Instrument, gives and receives more genuine pleasure than a master at a poor piano. Waiter D. Moses & So. OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE CITY, I03 E_. RROAD IM_______B__gMB_p_p__l VICTORY FOR THE TOG CO ?Vins Out in a Case in Court of Appeals. ESTATE OF G. E. SAVILLE Law and Equity Court of Richmond Was ?Reversed in This Case and Also In a Third One. Judgo Keith wrote the opinion handed down In the Court of Appeals yesterday In the case of tho W. R. Trlgg Company vs. Lindsay, rever...

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. — 6 February 1903

Miller ? Rhonds Miller ? Rhoads Peter Thomson" Dresses for Children "Wo said Ilio oilier day that onv Children's Wenr barer was coin? ing-from New York wtli ? compioto li?o of now ideas in Children's Goods. \Yr thought wo hud n fuir Men of wlr.it .'ho would .ring with her, hut It WAS ONLY nn Iden. The reality far exceeds In beauty nnd utility what we Ini.iRlned it would he. Among tin- now conceits fire tlio "Peter Thomson" Dresses for Children between 2 and 6 years of ago. bvcrybodj' knows whnt p furore wns created when these garments came out for older children, and the heautlful dretfsos for the llttlo peoplo will ho Just as popular. All-Wool Serge, with ? gored skirt, made with, a deep hem. Tho blouse is trimmed with silk braid and silk tic. _\nvy blue only, and ?ne of the daintiest spring frocks that you can possibly imagino, for $6.50. 1 Social and | I ?Personal \ S * ^00000000000000000000000** ' The square reception parlor, tho ball? room and the banquet hall In tho Mn Bonlo T...

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. — 7 February 1903

TRB ?SIMJ&ff $$$$8: i$: I WHOLE nTjMBER, 16X59, UICHMOXD, VA., SATU11DAY, FEBEUARY 7> 1003. PHICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY S SUMMARY. THEWEATHER. WABIIINGTON, Fe.b, 0,-Forecast for Baturday and Bnnday: Vlrglnla?inereaalng clowllncss Satur dny, follow'ed by rain; Siindny rnln, wlnds bfrcomlng norlhcast nml frcsh. North Carollna-Raln Baturday and probably Sunday; frcsh cast wlnds, I _ Ycsterday"s tcmperalure and general oondltlona wore all that coulfl bo dofilrcd, but the indluallons are for raln wlth tho niercury .about statlonnry. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 A. M.. 55 12 M. ** 3 P. M. <? r, P. M. ? I> P. M. ?? 12 mldnlglit.'...>>.,<? Avorage.422-3 HlBhesL temperature yesterday. 44 Bowcst temperaturo yenterday. gl llean temporatiiro yesterday. 8S Normal tcmporature for Fcb. 3G Departure from normal ternperature. Oi Preclpltallou durlug past 21 hotirs... Ou M1N1AT.URE ALMANAC. Feb. 7, 1003. Kun rlt>o*....7:!0 I HIGM TIDE. Run sets_5:3!) ! Mornlng. Moon oots...2.60 |...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 February 1903

in? conntltutlonal measuro," nnd that oa jiuch he hopcd It would nd<lros? Itsclf to the membcrs of the House. ANC1EXT 1U8TOB-Y. Mr. Llttl#ftold oreated consldornblo atr.unement by rcndlng n most oxlrnvnBant flBiiunclntlon of conililnatlorm, and ihon erplnlned that the cxtrnct was not from tho speech of any gnitleman on the other B'de. but from a speech by Hlr John Cnl pepcr ln the Engllsh Parllnmont !(S ycnrs nso. "They had 'em then, snld he, Just afl'JWe have cm now." (Uuighter.) "I cnll your nttentlon to the raet tnat there wns no protoctlve tarlff ln those doys." Ho tracert the hlstory of combl ratlons back to 2M0 U. C to show. ho enW;' that comblnntlons had alwa>s ex iBted and that there had been an outcry agaltifit them. lt showed furilier. hc sald. <*.ov old and dlfncult tho problem beforo CS?SS,rSf the bl... Mr. LltUeucld snnl It wns not conlon-led that the pun ? llclty fcrtti.rc wns a preventat voormo BCpoly. but a Mcp In.the rlSht dlrcc<'?"; fe'pful to the publl...

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. — 7 February 1903

SOMETHING BACKJIF IT Thls the Way Anti-Addlcks Factlon Regard Reslgnatlon NO NEW DEVELOPMENTS Union Republicans Wlll Not Compro miae, and Regulars Wlll Accept Allianco Wlth the Democratic ?".embers?The Ballot. (By Aaioclotcd Prena.) DOVER, DEL., Eobruary O.-Thero wero no developments ln the Scnatorlal sltua tlon to-day. Ncarly all tho Icglslators left the, clty for thelr homes to-nlght, and no furthor movo on tho part ot tho dlffer cnt factlons is looked for untll Monday. Tho ballot In tho Leglslature was wlthout rcHult, showlng no material chango. Ad dlckn recelved hls uaual support. 1'ormer United States Senator Kenney, one of tho Democratic loaders, submlttcd n pioposltlon to tho Democratic caucus involvlng an offer to the regular Itepub llrans for the solld aupport of tho Dem ocrats for the nomlnoe of that factlon for tho long tcrm In the United Stutes Sen ato, leavlng the short term vacant. lt la underatood that tho Democrnts offcrcd to support Congressman L. Hcls tcr Ball for ...

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. — 7 February 1903

Tho Times-Dispatch. TITE DAILY TUiES-DIBPATCK IS fiOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. TflE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS ?OLD AT riVE CENTS A COPY. ' DAILY TIMEB-THSPATCH BY MAlL, fcOC, A MONTH, M A YEAB: J2.NI FOH 8IX MONTHB; 51.60 FOR TMBEE MONTHS. SUNDAT TTMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, 12 A YKA.lt. THE DATLY T1MES-DISPATCH, IN CLUDINO SUNDAT, BY CARRIEB, 15C. J?ER WEETC. ) THE SUNTJAY TIMES-DISPATCH. BY CAItltlER. 5C. PER WEEK. WEEKLY T1MES-D1SPATCH. }1 YEAR ALL UN-SIQNED COMMUNICATIONS tVIbb BK REJECTET). m,??HTOtrT ' REJECTED COMMUNICATIONSW1LL NOT BB RETtHWED UNLESS AC COMPANIED BY STAMPS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1003. CLILD LAB0R. There .ee-ems to bo no objectlon elther In or out of tho Loglslnttire to tho pro ' posal to prohlbtt by law fnctorles from ?worklng chlldren under twolvc years dC age. "Wo undersand that tho factory owners generally aro wllllng that a bill with thls restrlctlon shall poss. It would be n dlstlnct stop galned to get a law ?whlch goes even that fnr, but such a law wlll not meet t...

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. — 7 February 1903

ONE GENT A WORD. CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash in Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRIHG GREATEST RESULTS. tp MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance ONE GENT A WORD. HELP WANTED?????._ WANTED, RELIABLI- BOY. 15 ?? 17 years old, to collect nnd work In rotali shoe store, Addres? "SAM," caro thlu offlcfl. WANTED?A .BRIGHT BOY. OR youth, as offlco boy and general assist? ant. State references, salary expected and experience. S. J.? M? caro Tlmes Dlspatch. WANTED. BY A BOY AVHO HAS HAD experience In office, a situation Imnmv dlaloly. Address WILLIAM HENRY HARRIS, 612% N. Ninth StroPt, city. WANTED. FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR BERB for Hotel Neddo Shop; ?12 per week; one-half over 124. Apply to J. T. JONES, 377 Main Street, Norfolk, Vn. WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED' AND capatilo Corn MILLER. Apply to RICH? MOND FLOUR ft FEED CO., Nos. 108, 110 and 112 South Twelfth Street. WANTED. GOOD CANVASSER FOR unoccupied territory; free outfit; ca?h each week for whole or part time. AVESTERN NEW YO...

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. — 7 February 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia JIM HAYES IS CONDEMNED Negro Paper at Norfolk Says ; He is Doing Negroes Harm. NEGRO VOTERS ORGANIZE The NJovament is Probably Deslgned to 1; Meet the "Lily Whlte" Sentiment in Republican Circles at Norfolk. I Mr. Wysor Reported III. (Speclal to Tbe Tlrae?-DlBp&tch.) J NORFOLK, VA.. February S.-Tho Nor Bolk Nows and Advertlser, a negro paper, ln Its Issuo to-day condomns J. H. Hayes, the negro lawyer, who recently made an Incendlary spcoch at Washington.' Tho editorial says: : "The negro lawyer, James H, Hayes, Who claims to rcprosent tho negroes of thls State, is doing tho negroes moro fcarm in hls untlmely utterances to tho outside world than anybody else, even thoso who are klcklng agalnst tho now Constltutlon of thls State. Thousands and thousands of negroes in thls Stato do not agreo with Lawyer Hayes ln hls particular defense, maklng speoches for the negroes. What Hnyos ls saying has not the approbation of the ...

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. — 7 February 1903

NEW HOTEL ATJALE1GH Howell CobbwillRemodel and Renovate the Yarborough. MONEY NOT AVAILABLE Superlntendent Joyner Has to Reply to Inquries from Countles That tho Approprlation Will Not Cover All the Sums Asked For, (Spcclal to Tho Tlmei-Dlipatcb.) RALEIGIL N. C, Fobruary 6.?Ralolgh Is at laat to havo an up-to-date hotel. Howell Cobb, proprlotor of Mountaln Park Hotal at Hot Sprlngs, and Car rollna, at Durham, leased tho Yar? borough, of Rulclgb* to-day. Ho an aouncos that ho wlll have it complotely ronovatcd, remodoled nnd greatly en larged. Tho now manngcmcnt wlll bo glvon chargo ln tlmo to havo tho remod cling done durlrjg tho sprlng and Bum mer and open under tho new manage ment In tho early fall. Thls asaurca to Halelgh a flrat olass hotol, for iwhlch ahe has Btrlven so zealously, but 80 long. Superlntendent of Publlc Instructlon J. ST. Joynor Issued notlce to-day to county Bupcrlntcndents antl boards of educatlon that tho second 1100,000 for brlnging up all schoolH to tho four ...

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. — 7 February 1903

SERV1GES TO-MORROW Mass-Meetlng of the Eplsco pal Congregatlon. AN ILLUSTRATED SERMON Rev. Mr. Staley Will Employ Drugs and So On?New Organ to Be Pre sented to Union Station?Dr. Cecil's Subject. A mass meeting of all the Bplscopal congregations of tho clty wlll bo held to-morrow nlght at St. Paul'a Church in tho intercsts of tho work of tho Clty MIs fdonary Soclety. Thls ls tho flrst public meeting of the soclety held for somo tlme. and lt wlll bo mado a most Jntercstlng occaslon. lt ls desired that tho lmportanco, of tho mlssion work bo gntten 'plainly before tho peoplo, with a view to enllstlng thelr ftttention. To this end addrcsses wlll bo delivered and statemonta of the plane and purposos of the organlzatlon wlll be made, Blshop Robert A. GIbson, presldont of the society, wlll preslde over tho meeting, Among tho speakors wlll be the^Rev. Dr, John Moncure, clty mlasdonory, and tlie Rov. Dr. W. E. Evans, rector of Monu xnentaL A servlce of unlque Interest wlll be held in the morn...

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. — 7 February 1903

WANTS HIS DAUGHTER Interestlng Case Comes Up In Manchester Court. SPLIT IN BAPTIST CHURCH Neody and Doservlng Famlly?Flnance Gommittee's Meeting?To Take Census?Flre Department?The Mayor's Perquisltes?Notes. ?Manchester Bureau, Tlmes-Dlspatoh, Cnrter's Drug Store, No. 1102 Hull St A warrant wns sworn out hy Mr, J. B. Eggloston, a well known -carpenter of No. 1318 Hull Streot, last nlght before 'Squlre Jordan, charglng Mrs. Maggle Johnson with detalnlng Bessle Eggleston, a twelve year-old daughter, whom ho deslres to re clalm. i The girl was turned over to Mr. John Wllaon and his wife aftor the death of her mother ln her lnfancy. The "Wllsona were at that tlme resldents of Manchester, but later they removcd to the West and car? rled tho girl with them. Two months ago the WllBons camo back to Manchester, and whllo vlsiUng the famlly of Mr. James Johnson, ln Chesterflold county, Mrs. Wll Don was badly burned, from the effecta of whlch sho dled. Mr. Wilson was al8o bcdly burned. In tho m...

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. — 7 February 1903

RELAPSE TO DULLNESS Markct Lost Activity and frice Level Ylcldcd. SELLING WAS NOT URGENT Buyingby Room Shorts Causcd Some Rocowery, but Tone Was Heavy and Dull?Money Easy nt 2 1-2 to 3 Per Cent. (llv Ansoclntcil Pross.) . , ?JS-KW Y-Oltlv. Feb. O.-To-day'a stock murkct fell bnck lnto dullncss nnd the prlcc level ylclded. There wero some profcsslona of deep foollng over tlie pros pect of a wenk bank return nnd, over tlie upward course of storllng exchange, llie hitch in tho proccedinga for a scttlcment of the ve\e<l Venezuelan <|iie.stion ln duced somo selllng hero for London ac count and added nnother nomlnnl rcason for tho roaetion. The selUng was not ur B'cnt or long contlnued. nnd the ouying to cover bv room shorts causcd .somo recovery. Tlio tone, howovcr, wns heavy and duil. ? .. _ Tho week'a heavy sub-Treastiry rootilro ments. whlch nmotinted to JtUStiO.OOp, have been offsot by recolpts from thclntorlor whlch so.Mii to be loss than ffl.000.000.-BO thnt the banks have los...

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. — 7 February 1903

TKE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE GEREAL FOOD. RULES THE HUMAN RACE-FOOD We eat to live, to strengthen muscle, brain and nerves. Food properly cooked, cleanly prepared, of wholesome in gredients aids this. Dr. Price's Tryabita Wheat Flake Celery Cereal ls a scientifically prepared food product, conducive to muscle, brain and nerve power. Ready to eat, r^rodby PRIQE GEREAL FOOD CO., Batile Greek, Dr. Prict, the crtaior of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdtr and Delicious Piavoring Extracts. BOYSTOGO TO FARMING Will Be Put to Work at the Orphanage. AN INTERESTING SCHEME Preparatlons Belng Made to Take ln About Two Hundred More Chll? dren ? Many Applicatlons Are Coming In. As the wlnter begins to break and the tlme-for the sprlng plantlng drawa near. preparatlon3 are belng mado to Instltute farm work among tho chlldren of the Mothodlst Orphanage ln thla clty. It Is tha purposo of Superlntendent Mastln and tho cthers engaged ln tho or? phanage work to glvo tho boys some practlcal InBtrucUon how to be fa...

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. — 7 February 1903

Millcr & Rhoads_| _Miller & Rhoatls Tailor-Made Silk ~~ Waists for Spring. As you stop off tlio eloY.'ilor nt tlio second floor look at tlio sliow ensos iratnediutoly to your loft. Wo'vo booii selling rendy-to-woar gnrmenis for a good many years but these iicav silk woists impross us ns beingthepretticstmiddicssicst garmonts of tliis kind we havo ovor had. Peau de Cygne, Fentl de Sole nnd Tnffetns?soft nnd graecful In cvery way nntl tlie latest productions of tho leading ?walst-makers; 82.98?Not'miich is it for a Silk Waist? This oiie is of all-silk taffota?very heavy quality too. Hemstitclicd and tucked and fits just as perfectly as if it cost threo times the.monoy. Blaclc, "White, Navy and Beseda. 85.98 for an Aceordion-pleated Peau de Cygno Waist made with the nowest collar and sleove "White tahs and entirely tucked 57.9S buys a genuine tailor-made Prau de Sole Walst?and lt's a beauty? tucked nnd eorded in contrastlng co lors of stltchlng. whlch makes an ex qulslte offect...

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