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

B (Continued Prom Sixth Paso.) of green satin ribbon extending dlngonnlly from one corner to tho other and crossing In the center, where n cut-glatis bowl of T.arclssus and malden-halr roms rostod, Mrs. Parkinson, wearing white lace over chiffon, wan nsHlsted In receiving by Miss Parkinson, in black gTonodlno, trimmed In chiffon and Jot, and worn with violets; Mrs, O. M. Funsten, Mrs, A. D. Williams, Mlso Bruce, of Halifax county; Miss Mary Jonos and Mm. Turner Arlington. Mrs. J. Scott Punish was at tho punch bowl, and Mrs. Fred Valentino poured ohocolato. Miss Ellso Parkinson, gowned In whlto organdy, with greon. rbbons, had with her in tho <Mnlng-room Miss Louise J'urccll, Miss Besslo Totnpkins and Miss Lculxo IPrlce. Those who called" uiirlng tha afternoon vrero Mrs, J. W. Moss. Mrfl. K. A. Saunders. Mrs. T. P. Jeffross, Mrß. J. 33, WllUrd, Mrs S. W. Travers, Mrs. T. W. Pembtrton. Mrs. J B. Llghttoot. Mrs. W. L. Boyall. Mts. J. I^. Eubank, Mrs. N. W. IJowe, Misses Quer...

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

* Society Events of^tbe Week in VirsSnia Cities HAS TAKEN ON NEW LIFE Many Events of Society Interest In Fredericksburg. AMATUER THEATRICALS *A Scrap of Paper" was Given at the Opera HoJse on Friday Night and Was Most Successful— Other Events of Interest. (Special to Tlic Timni-DlspatrlO JTREDEIRICKSBTJRO, VA., Fob. 7.— With the advent of bright weather, society has taken on new life and tho week has been, a gay one. There have been marriages, dances, card-parties, plays and other minor evonts, all of which hnvo been sources of pleasure to those interested. The German at tho Opera House on TJiursday night, the third of tho winter series, was fully as enjoyable as any of its predecessors and nil have been on a Irrilllant scale. Donch's orchestra, of "Washington furnished the music ns usual and the graceful lignres wore led by Mr. C. R. Howard. The dancing commonced at 9 o'clock and between that time and jtildnight was kept up with but short in■termisslons and many couples took part I...

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

The Difference 31 Massive Volumes. Weight Over 200 Pounds. 31 Volumes in All. 25 "Volumes Ninth Edition. 5 Volumes American Additions. 1 Volume Guide to Systematic Readings of tho Wliolo Work. $a Secures this Entire Set of the I Hew Twentieth Century Edition, I You can pay the balance at ** the rate of 10c. a day for only a short time. WORK OF TWO Strong Argument For Good Roads on Southside. MODEST NAME FOR OFFICE ( No Game Law in Lunenburg and the Game is Still Plentiful. Mr. Redman Accidentally Shoots Himself. (Special to Tlio Titneß-DlSHntcli ) ■MEHEItRIN. TA., Fob, 7.-Tho road question Is getting to be a. serious prob- ' Jem In thla section. Tho recent rains havo almost made traveling an impossibility and tho lumber men aro using cix horses whore heretofore two have boon doing- the Baiao work. Tobacco and other farm products aro being Bhlpped by railway and every day this week from five to ten hoffahejuls of tobacco have boen shipped from, thin point. Tho past ■week have boon va...

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

to READY FOR DECORATORS n Convention Will Be Held in Richmond This Week. COMMITTEES ARE NAMED Special Pinna for the Entertainment of the Visitors— A Reception and a Lunch Will Be Tendered Them. At a special meeting of the local Order of tho Master Houso painters' and Decorators' Association last Friday nlsht, linal arrangements for tho nineteenth annual convention nf tho National Association, which is to bo hold in this city thls week, beginning on the 10th and lasting through to tho 13th, Friday, wore mado, et-ery detail as to tho entertainment of tho numerous visitors being perTho meeting of tho local order was well attended there being present: J. n. Lee. president; P. A. Morton. A. D. Wharton, secretary; M. Ganzort, treasurer; G. A. Collins. seVgeant-at-ariris; A. G. Evans. J. H. Evans, AY. L. French. G. L. Fields, AY. T. Gat-hrlght, A. .1. Gallagher, J. H, Gallagher. A. W. Hargrove, Blurry Huber. R. E. Lewis. T. L. Nicholas, F. Overman, 11. L Potors, D. H. Pylo, A. F. Sauerwald...

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

B WATERWAYS OF FOREIGN LANDS How Europe is Deepening Its Rivers and Digging Canals. IN GERMANY AND RUSSIA The Dutch Canal System and how it is Managed— A Tour Through South Holland— The Boat People and How They Live. CBpeelal Correspondence of tho TimesDispatch, Copyright 1'J03.) ROTTERDAM, Jan. 29.— Thin Is tho Rgo Of railroads. It promises also to be tho ago of cunul:i. Water transportation U still cheapor than any other, and tho European nations are deepening their rivers nnd constructing canalH to join their waterways. It Is only a question of time when tho United States will do tho same, and when wo shall havo ship canals Joining some or tho principal parts o£ our country. I came from Antwerp to Rotterdam by boat to leurn aomctlilng about tho canals Of tho Dutch, and since then I havo visited their waterways In the norih. Holland is the canal land of' tho world. It has more- interior waterways than any region oxcept the Yanstse Klang valley Ebout Bhanghnl, Hangchow and Booc'iow...

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

92 Bargain Whispers at the Big Store Monday. "mTIKnrT-lANDISING Lifo hns scaled higher at this great store than over in all its jW* history, Offers of great blocks of merchandise "have been accepted, and will SS&SD irive our public, perhaps, the best chanco of buying nt lower prices than' at any I imo iigcihi this coming season -with most goods ' offered on Monday, IT'S BUYING NOW OR NEVER AT THESE PRICES: Owing to tlijs Special Price Sale poods will not be laid aside for futttio delivery as usual. Transaction's nt this store are not complete until yon are satisfied. Any reasonable purchase -can be exclmngod or returned. LADIES' SKIRTS, eoiiiq blnck and some colors, cost TAPESTRY PORTIERES, vith wide knotted frliige, $fi."s ones, for $3.50. Not n .■garment in all the lot that could not be sold for more at wholesale. Not a garment that we could buy fit the price in_ a regular \ray. A maker's stock -was taken in order to let him change to manufacturing shirt- waists. He di...

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

2Phf ® m(^-fd&SS^9ijsi.piit(t| ___. „ ... ..,,.. -..,- ■ ... - .... — . . .. ... ._ ..... „ i mCHMOND, VA., SU]ST3)AY, FEBBUABY 8, 1903.

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

> Queries »"»"" and AHSWerS *$ How to Procure a Copyright, the Editor of the Times-Dispatch: Sir,— ln your* "Query Column" kindly tell me how 1 oan procure a copyright and cost of same. ASPIRING WRITER. \Vrlte to the Librarian on Congress and he will send you a circular which will give you all tho information you wish. »— — . "Beyond Hampton River." To the Editor of Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch: Houen's list or early em.gnitits", pugo 2K, muster roll 161 M, of inhabitants of sSlfeabeth CittlfeY speaks of "Beyond Hampton River." Please locate thle jiliioc "Beyond Hampton River" In Ellzaboth Clttlc? W. 12. D. Criglersvllle, Madison' County, 1 Vn. ( "Beyond Hampton River" meant the country on ths east of Hampton River— Strawberry Banks, Buckroo and Fox ZUU. Daughters of the Confederacy. : What must one do in order Fo belong to VThe of the Confederacy 1 ?" - > ■ Very Truly JL M.H . All chapters of the Daughters of tho Confederacy have application blanks, which can be had upo...

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

NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM FOREIGN CAPITALS AND CITIES EUGENIE AND THE OUEEN The French Ex-Empress on a Visit to Spain, AGED FORMER QUEENS Her Visit Said to be to Dispose of Her Property Interests There. Temperence Reformers Grieved at Curzons Order By Paul Lambeth. [Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch, Copyright 1903.] LONDON, Fob. 7.— Tho Empress Eugonlo has left her English home at Farnborough, within earshot ot tho practice guns at Aldershot, the great military camp, and gono to Madrid to> vli.lt oxQueen Isabella, of Spnln. Both these aged women are ex-queens. Irabella, unllko Eugenic, doesn't mourn for the pomp of hor past station, but devotes hcTself to having a gjood time. Eugenic Is a. brolcen-hcartcd woman and Is a living llgure of grief. Her visit to Madred -will add to her gtoro of painful recollections, for she hasn't seen her native land since she loft It a beautiful young girl to marry Napolen 111. Eugenie's mission to Spnln Is. It Is reportod. for tho purpose of ...

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

BERKELEY ON Hr .lAMrS one of the First Virginia Colonial Settlements. SCENE INDIAN MASSACRE Tho Birthplace of the Distinguished Harrison Family— lt is Still n Goodly Estate of Over Fourteen Hundred Acres. 1 Tlio nistory of Berkeley, on tho James, In Charles City county, Is one of the most lUresting of the numerous and fertile plantations that lie nlong the banks of that j historic river. Its early settlement tlnlcs bnck as fnr as ICIS, "when, on February tho third of that year the Liondon .Company granted to Sir William Throcktnorton. Sir George Tcardlcy, Richard Berkeley and John Smllii, of Nihley— all connected through the noble liouko of tho •Berkeley h— a plantation in Virginia, which became known ns Berkeley Hundred." On the 4th of December, 1619, the Mnr%aict arrived from Bristol at Jamestown, bringing thrty-flve passengers, umlor the w.duct of Captain John AVoodllff. These were the first settlers of. the "Town ana riundred of Berkeley," • which was located between "West nnd S...

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

TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK IN TRAINING" CHILDREN'S BODIES" Hockey a Capital Game for Both Limbs and Lungs. Games Occupy Mind as Well as Lhe Body. Rules for Making Children Pretty. t' 1 Tt*I n not>hincl jlsj 1s uof moro |mJ| portanco to take time by the ■g ■»■ forelock than In the matter of y&v£sl training chlldren'n bodies, Thin caro. in chlidhood, never loses Its ultimate rewnrd and Savon much future trouble. As children gat little good from what they learn mechanically, lnBtcnd of wasting too tlmo ovqr wands, , Indian clubs and dumbbells, arouse tho youngsters' Interest in their limbs and muscles by tenchlng them games. For example-, lot them lonrn to play hockey. This sounds rough, but It is /not. All that Is required Is a suitable dress 'In which a girl can run, a stick nnd a ball, and Uie übo of a field. Tho rules are so simple that thoy enn hn learned In short order. For school girls tliß gamo poKsessea this great advantage— that It can bo played between ...

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

* Pompons Will Bedeck Milady's First Hat of Spring. •"^"■ l * VBN with snow on the ground nnd velvet, fcntlior-trlmmed a lints upnn their hMds, many fi I fair mnld and matron has her """"""" "first 1 ' ha,t rendy for bright iprlng dnys, For weeks beautiful straw lata have beon temptingly exposed to /low. and tho wjso rnnlden hns mado her sholoo, ana dnliy Inkcs .1 ncop at her reoaure ns It is tucker! awny 'mid tlssuo ::: HE I BETWEEB SEI9C ::: By IVIAY MANTON. Februarj', with its alternations between wintry storms and Spring-like days, has come and, with it. the demand for certain fresh gowns and for that refurbishing of the old ones which means renewed stylo ond prolonged life. "While Jack Frost hns ret many weeks of sway and whllo wo jhall shiver through many hours before ony permanent signs of Spring appear, this last month of the calendar winter 'neans certain indications of warmth to some, gives ectrain evidences of renewed life that suggest now toilets to tho feminine mind as ...

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

The Parents' Corner \JUOULD you kindly tell me VV what are tho duties of a godmother? 1 am deeply embarrassed because of my ignorance. A CONSTANT READER I am glad of tho opportunity to answer this question. Tho custom of "standing godmother" for tho child of a friend has becomo «o much a matter of form and compliment that tho primal significanco of the ceremony and tho solemnity of tho obligation assumed fire seldom, considered. / Thus runs tho section enjoining the appointment of sponsors for the infant: "There shall be for every male child to be baptized (when they can bo had) two godfathers and one godmothor; and for every female, one godfather and two godmothers; and parents shall bo admitted as sponsors, if it is desired." —Book of Common Prayer, Protestant Episcopal Ohurch. Tho parents are always sponsors ex-officio ; that is, by virtue of their office. Their admission to the list of nominal godparents is the idlest form. Ono branch of the Ohurch "Universal sometimes speaks of...

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

« MISS TOW LAST WORD" Eenry Seaton ' Merriman's. "The Vultures." . •Through the Heart of Patagonia;" "San Fran- ' Cisco and Thereabouts;" Galdos' "Electra" and "Marianela;" "The Old School-Hous6." NOTES AND REVIEWS OF NEW BOOKS Virginia Authors at Work on New, Fiction — Altsheler's Story of the Fall of Richmond — Julian Ralph's , Unpublished Work — Mrs. Henry Dudeny. James Lane Allen. Other Notes. (THE LAST WORD. By Alice MncGowan. L. C. Page and CompaJiy, publishers, Boston, Mass. For sale by Hunter and Company and tho Bell Book and Stationery Company. I am sorry to say that I was disappointed in 'The Last Wora." It isn't at all bad, hut It Is not the wondorful novel that tho lady reviewers of here and there ■who had first go at the book hnii'c cracked It up to be. In the parlance of. the sn°,rkot place, the ladles are long on Jieart and short on criticism. Having read tho book, I can easily see why their ewcet sensibilities wore melted, first for the heroine, Corrington West, and ...

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

c IjL Lighter Vein ! Many things can be treated in a light and frivolous manner. Good light, -however, cannot be treated lightly. Good light enables you to keep rrood eyesight. It avoids doctors' bills as well as gas bills. We will prescribe for all light troubles free of cost — and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. We hope before many more months are past to have the mantle of fame cover us on account of our good work in mantels. Ministers and missionaries help people to be good — we come next and offer them every facility to keep clean. " Cleanliness is next to godliness." We have the best assortment o£ bathroom supplies in the city — this 'act won't wash 'ut. See ? RICHMOND PLUHBINQ & MANTEL CO., Both phones 636. 26 N. Ninth Street, Richmond, Vn. WHY DID WE FAIL TO WIN Inquiry Into the Causes of Confederate Defeat, NOTABLY BRAVE MEN Illustration of Heroism in Action—Programme For Confederate Reunion at New Orleans In May. In its leading editorial article of a rec...

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

Ib SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS: Alphonse and Qaston wet-o captured by the canlbals. and the savage queen offered to marry cither ono of them. Alack and alas! they bowed so lonir to eacli «fh». urfflnc the other to accept the honor, that the queen became enraged and ordered them to bo boiled and aerved for dinner. y g ach other « eac " (Copyright, 1003, by TV. R. IToarst,) THE CHAPTEK XXIX. The Police Are At Fault. AMBLER Jovons read the letter, tii«n handed it. to me without com ment. It was written upon tho note paper I knew so well, stamped with the neat address "Neneford* 1 In iblack, but It bore Bo date. What 1 read was an follows: "Sir,— l fail to comprehend the meaning ef. your words when, you followed me Into tho (train at Huntingdon last night. I am In no fear of any catastrophe; therefore, I c_n only taku your offer of assistance a« an attempt to obtain money from me. If you presume to address me again I shall have no oilier course than to acquaint the police. Yours t...

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

THE SEVEN SECRETS (Continued from Tenth Page.) Ambler, was that the poor fellow had l>een secretly polsonod. Nearly a fortnight passed, and I hcara nothing: of Ambler. He was still "out of town." Day by day passed, but nothing of note transpired. Sir Bornard wan still suffering from a slight touch of sciatica at home, and on visiting him ono Sunday I found him confined to hU ' bed. grumbling and peevish: He was somo■what eccentric In his miserly habits and his hatred of society, beyond doubt; and the absurdities which his enemies attributed to him were not- altogether unfounded. But he had «v all event* the rare quality of professing for his profession a respect nearly akin to enthusiasm*. Indeed, according" to his views, the faculty oossessed almost infallible qualities, in or>nfldenco he had mare than once admitted to m* that certain of his coileagues practicing In Harley street w«re tunaelng donkeys; but he would never have allowed any one else to say so. Fr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

'run tjmrs, koundkd isso, WHnTT? MTTMRTTP I^l6l THI3 DIBPATOJI,, FOUNDED 1850. W tIUJLIL IN Ul Y itsJiK, 10,101. THE DAY SSUMMARY. THE WEATHER. "WASHINGTON, February 0.-Forccnst for Tuesday mid Wndnondny: Virginia— Fair Tuesday; Wednesday Increasing cloudiness, rfrobably rn.ln n.nd Warmer; fresh west, winds, becoming easterly, North Carolina— tncronHlnsr cloudiness Tuosdoy; rain at night or Wednesday; light to fresh winds, bosoming easterly. Medium tt hipornture made yesterday a pleasant day. Tho mercury pjot nohlghcr t.hfin tho half-century mark, and after nightfall It fell considerably. Tho weather prophet promises fair and warmer wealliur to-morrow. , ' STATE OF TIIETHERMOMOTEn. 0 A. M 37 12 M .. 40 3 P. M 50 G V. M '. 46 0 P. *r/ 42 \2 midnight 38 Average 42 1-6 Highest temperature— 3 P, M., „ ..50 Lowest temperature— B A. M 35 Mean temperature yesterday 42 Normal temperature for February.; .15 Jsei>artiirn from normal temperature.'. CC Precipitation during the past 2...

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