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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

the In«t dnys of the sosolon. Senator Martin said to-day- ho rut her preferred thnt the Mouse would pass the bill us It oanm from the Sennto, ns It might easily be thnt It could not be gotten through the Sonata when It en-mo back from the Housn In Its amended form. The pension belnij paid widow* of Presidents Is J5,000 A yew, Tho pension to which Mrs. Ke-od •would be ontitlrd ns the widow of a major would bo only $35. Senator Daniel woe In his sent to-day, •^ter an absence of Bovcral days, caused by nn Attack of grip, which was quito severe Congressman Swanson hag been confined to his room with grip for aomo time. He is quito unwoll, though hardly dangerously ill. •"Congressman Lnrnb hns not yet returned from No th Curoilnu. whither he went as ono of the Hjusl> committee to attend the funeral of Coiij.re-s.imn Moody. DISPhJCdAKY BILU It will sui prise itmny Virginians to know thai \V«j<t Virginia. Is about to have a dispensary law modeled after that of South Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

ELOQUENT SPEECHES Argument Before Coal Stride Commission Begun* A SENSATIONAL PASSAGE Former Congressman Charles Brurrim Excites President Baer by Criticising Delay in Denying Statement About Murders. (Dr AAloclitod Frcia.) PHILADELPHIA; PA., February 8.'Argument for and against, tho demand.! of tho union anthracite mine workers, which Will continue beforo tho Coal Strike Commission for the next six days, was begun to-day, when the miners, through Daniel X McCarthy, o>t Hazelton, made the oponIng argumont. Mr. McCarthy was followed by former Congressman Brumm, of Sllnersvlllo, who made a general arirutnunt, and Henry Domarest Lloyd, of Chicago, who confined his efforts to the quoßtlon of recognition of the union and yearly trade agreements. The operators will begin their argument to-morrow, continuing three days iind closing with George F. Baer, president of the Reading Company. Then Clarence S, Darrow, of Chicago, tho principal counsel for tho mlnem, will tako ■up the ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch. TUB IUtIA- TlMEfl-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CKNTS A COrY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT FIVI3 CENTS A COPY. daily times-dispatch by mail, mc. a. month. js a ykah; j2.m foh six months; »i.50 for three months; SUNDAY TrMES-DISPATCII B? MAIL, tt A YEAn. THI3 DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. INCLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER. 15C. JPJER WICKK. THR SirNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY CARRIER, SC. PER WEEK, WEEKLY TIMKB-DISTATCH. $1 YEAH ALL "UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL BK nEJECTET>, URJECTBD COMMU>MCATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY STAMPS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 190$. ORGANIZED CHARITY. The mooting of tho Virginia Confftrenco of Charities nnd Correction, which begins in this city to-night, is nn event of more than passing Interest, nml we hope that It will mnrk n. new era In Vlr Elnla's history. Charity Is noble, nnd yet thero Is such a thing as misguided charity. Charity without discretion may do more harm than good, tending to make men and women d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

HELP WANTED— MA-E. "WANTED, FIRST-CLASS WHITE BARBERS for Hotel Noddo Bhop; *12,p0r wook; one-half over $24, Apply to J. T. JONES, 1 877 Main Streot, Norfolk, . Va. WANTED, CANVASSERS AND STREET solesmon to soil our Climax Wator-«>roof Black Patent Leather Shoo Polish: a good margin to good salesmen. HEiiBLEWHITK MFG. CO., Gnlnosvlllo, N, ■jr. ■ WANTOD, YOUNG MAN TO FARM on shares; land, team, toolp nnd dnlrjr stock furnished. Address "FAR.MEU, Box 11, Chester,. Vn. '■'„.'■ ' WANTED, AT ONCE, A OOOD/lIELIAbIe and industrious farm HAND; white or colored; married or single. Apply to G. C. SMITH, Atlco. Hanovor, .county, Va. ' „;, .., ; WANTED. GOOD CANVASSER FOR^UNocoupled territory; free outfit; cash each ■week for wholo or part time. WESTERN NEW YORK '■RrURSEKY. . CO., Dept 9, Rochester. N. Y. .WANTED — PORT3MAN TC) TAKE charge of a Sheet Metal Shop, one who can out patterns for Cornice ' Work and who Is familiar with furnace work. Please etato age, married or slnple, ■wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia BIG SEINE IN PLACE Ihing Season on Potomac Will Soon Begin. GOOD ROADS CONVENTION It Has Been Called to Meet at Orange Courthouse at the February Term of the County Court — Tax Payers Favor the Movement. (Special fb Tho Tlmcß-Dlspatch.) F/REDDRICKSBURG, VA., Fob. o.— 3?he fishing 1 season will soon begin actively on tho Potomac rlvor, tho blc BOlno at tho Majlborough shore, in Stafford county, being already In placo and a large force of hands engaged ready to begin operations in few days. The other largo shores ore also making preparations and will soon bo ready for making hauls. Tho season on tho Rappahiuinoek river does not open as early as on the Potomac, but continues lator. X protracted meeting commenced at tho Methodist Church to-day, tho pastor, Roy. George T. Tyler, preaching Bpeclal sermons at botli the morning and evening services to large congregation. iHe will be assisted In the work by Rev. C. L. Potter, o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

CRUELTY TO CONVICTS Legislative Committee Appointed to Investigate. ATSUPT. MANN'S REQUEST Sessions of the Special Committee of the Legislature Will Begin To-Day at Marion— lnteresting Tostlmony Is Expected. (Special to The Tlmea-Dlspatcb.) RALEIGH, N. C Ferbuary S.-A special leglalatlvo committee, consisting of Goorgo L. Morton' (chairman). Bullock, of Cumberland; Blount, of "Washington, and Senator Warren, left to-day for .Marlon to invMtlgatb tho charge* made by J, L. C. Bird and otlicra of cruelty to convicts In moving a squad of KM from rajtlroad work in Mitchell county to Marlon and thonco to Raleigh somo weoks o-go. The investigation Is mado at the special request of J. S. Mann, . superintendent of the penitentiary, under whoae direction tho convicts wera moved.' Ho declares that there in not tho least bit of foundation for tho charges, which aro that the men wero marched twentyblx miles in the blttor cold, thrdugh' deep mud, bound two and two; that two died from tho effect o...

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

SERMON OF MR SPOONER An Eloquent Address Sunday to the White Rlbboners. A GREAT CROWD PRESENT Tho Pastor Devoted His Discourse Largely to the Evils Attendant Upon the Presence of the Saloons in a Community. Tho sermon of Roy. G. H. Si>oonor to the White Rlbboners at Trinity Sunflay night was pronounced the climatic pulpit deliverance of this eloquent preacher. It was a great audience, Including a largo contingent of White Rlbboners, who occupied a reserved section of tho auditorium. The choir singing wna of a morttorib'Us character and the prayera were intensely earnest and fervent The Bubje<rt -was "The Open Saloon," and the discourse was based on the challenge of Goliath: "I defy tho armies of Israel this day." After recounting tho incidents in connection with tho challenge, tho speaker used Goliath as a typo of the. liquor giant, and declared that from tho mountain tops of backslidden churches and a slumbering zeaj this great evil has for years boen defying ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

OFFICERS IN MANCHESTER Fight In Assembly To-Night for More Policemen. MAY RAISE LIQUOR TAX Two Horses and a Mule Burned— Row •n Hull Street-Death of Mrs. J. T. Canada— Engineer Hurt. News Notes, Manehestoi Bureau Times-Dispatch, Cartorn Drug Store, 1102 Hull Street. A decided step' will bo taken nt tho meeting of the Assembly to-night to Increaso tho police force by nt least two men. The frequent number of smnll robberies recently-reported has put an Impetus upon tho movement, and at the meeting to-night a long petition from cltlzona and tax-payers will l>e presented asking for such a.n Increase Tho fight to-night will bo led by Messrs. Pottlt nnd Rudd, both of whom havo advocated an lnorcase In tho forco for somo time. At the last meeting of tho Finance Committee the resolution to increase tho forco was badly defeated, with four men absent. Tho voto on thn meanuro stood 4 to A, with Messrs. Owon. Abbott, Perdue and Fahr voting in tho negative and Messrs. Bradley. Rudd, W...

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

10 REVIVAL IN ACTIVITY Greater Variety in Dealings on the Stock Exchange. CALL LOANS TAKE DROP There Was a Pause In Upward Movement After Opening Spurt nnd Closing Was a Fraction Below Best— Bond Prices Spotty. i(Br A.Rsnclntod Prcsn.) NEW YORK. Fob. 9.— Thcro was n reVivaj In activity In the stock mnrlu-t Which brought the. volunio of trading above tho level of last Thursday. There Was greator bread Ui and variety also In tho dealings than for weeks. Thu advancos were not all mado at ono time, but as successive points of strength were developed previous gains wero well held, ■; In spite of tho natural realizing under oover of the new strength. There was a pouso In the upward movement after the opening spurt, but after that there was ■eneral reaction. This might be accounted lor by tho prolH-taUlng- salea of the room trtuiers, who saw a larger day s profit accrued than for many days p.'Lst. The reaction was somewhat emphasized toy reports that new proposals had been received from Ge...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 February 1903

NORFOLK IN THE HOUSE Seaside Election methods Are Under Fire. ( SPEECH OF MR. CABELL He Contends for tho Seating of Messrs, Lambeth and Bibb— Leake Makes Strong Presentation of Other J Side— Finished up To- Day. N«Hher house the legislature, aceompllßhcd a ereat deal yesterday. ' Thb Benato aossion vaa short ami without public Intorest, A'vbill was offered by Mr. Byara to rojruln.t« th« busineasof funk dealers and fchV one to appropriate 120.000 to the Eaatorn. State Hospital was enarosMd. The House h«ld, two «esslon»i devoted mal-nly to a.ryument In the Norfolk city contested election «we, tho matter hnvIng como up as a. special order. Three liours woro given to each side, and Mh Ca-bell, of t>anvllle, opened In a two liours' BTKech of rnuetl forco for Jtf«BSr». juimbeth and Bibb, the contestants. Mr Le-a-ke, of Goochland; Who has charge of the majority report,, followed on behii'lf Of Messrs. Whltohond and Wooinid and there will be several other speeches" on both »liir«...

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

Miller & Rhoads. Linen Will be thePopulaf Suit and Shirt- Waist Material This Season. Dili you know ibis was to bo above everything else a linon BummorV Linen shirt-waists and suitings will reign supremo during 1003. The imported liiiehs are prettier than over and to-day's news deals with tlioin alolio. Tito older people riecbllcct j'oars ago, before tho day of so many rendy-inittlo shirts for men, what h line quality of pure while Li'ish lm'en w;»s put into tlio bosoms of men's shirts, and how bountifully it laundered. Same thing hero now for Lndioa' shirt-waists ranging from 2Sc. (o 11.00 per yard, and till of it 30 inches wide. You remc-nibor do you not our oxplnlntnjf i>ome time ngo tlie "Old Blracli" T>l-ore::fl in Ireland? How tho "Old Bleach" company was formed for t'tif purpose of doing nwny with chcnicnl blanching and using nothing but nature's chemicals— dew, a!r and jsunlight? Anotlier whito product of Hie Emerald Isle is a linen suiting,...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

THE TIMES, FOUNDED ISRft. THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED ISSO. THE DAYS SUMMARY. THE WfcATHER. WASirfoaTON, Febi 11.— Forecast ■fM Thursday nnd Frldnyi , Virslnfa^-Fnlf Tlniralny, colder In extreme soutliennt pottlon; irosli wfcat wmis; Friday Wcrcanlns cloutllnena, probably rain In noulliwpsl jwrtlom North ttirollnrv-Fftlr Thursday, SO\aet In enst portion; frenh. wont vrlndai Friday Increasing clmullnensi prolmoly rain in wcsL jiiution. Tho tomperaluro wae up to this point of comfort yesterday, l>ut tho almost moeshant fall of rain m«id« Uift day a dma«rroe« able one, Aflel' nlghtfnll the oloudu dispersed, and trta Indlcn-tlons to-dny, are for fa-lr.iuid colder weittheri STATE OF TUB THBHMO METER, t> A. M " I* 32 M .....4. • 3? a p. m » i si r. p m f »» D P. M iM U midnight Average »,;... ......... ..• 601-8 HlKhcnt tempftrnUiro yonterday 47' •Lowest temperature yesterday........ 31 Moan tfcmperaturo yesterday 39 JCormnl temporaturo for Feb »l ■ X>epn.rturo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

9 Uklnv for Information concerning the MAT BICAT A DKMOCOAT. Tne death of n^pl-purntatlvo Jwnrs M. Voodjr, of th« Ninth North Carolina dllfWet, will not put nn ma tn tho contest for tbe *«it from thnt district It In unOareooa that ths contest will bo prosond. wid In cas» tho House shall find Mr Moody was not elected, Hor,. Jr-mos M. Budger, the Democratic contestant, will b» seated. Should ths Hou«e find that Mr. Moody was eleoted, ttio sent will fe Seol&red vacant because of his doalh •.nfl «vi election will be ordered. Mr. Gudgor Is a brother of Consul Oudßer. v Panama, whose Republicanism Is stalwart aa Is his brother's Democracy. Mr Moody was the only Republican \nomber from North Cnrollna. It 5s suld Hie chances of Mr. Gudeer being seated ■re excellent Hon. R, W. Wlnborn, of Buena v lsta., formerly thought to be one of tho most sonfirmed bachelors In Virginia, was nt the Capitol to-day with his brldo. He received tho congratulations of the Virginia de'egntlon. Hon. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

A VIGOROUS PROTEST MADE BY THE PROSECUTORS Mr. Sipe, who h«ld that tho witnesses could bo examined fully m to all points. Tlio formal statement mode by Mr. Blpo ■wan as follows: "t dislike very much to express any atoseiut from the rulings of tho committee on any subject, but after a full •iiiTnlnaUon of tho law I foel constrained to say that -while I regard the admission of any evidence as to what occurred In tho jury-Toom as oxtremoly quostlonablo, probably Improper, yet after these facts arc mado the subject of Investigation by propounding rjuMUonsi to witnesses on ex/unlnatlon In ohief, thflt then tho acts and deliberations of tho Jury aro opened for Investigation like any other facts In the caso, and In my opinion the" witness Is subject to cross-examination, not only as to sut^Untlativo foctH that occurred in the Jury-room, but as to facts which show his anlrnus and his attitude to Ww persons concerned in tho Investigation." THE SESSIONS YESTERDAY. The sessions yesterday were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

'4 The Times-Dispatch Tim DATLY TIMT.3-PISPATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPT. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DIsrATCH IS SOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH I3Y MAIL. WC. A MONTH. J5 A YEAR: J2.M FOR SIX MONTHS; *1.60 FOR THREE MONTHS. SUNDAY TrMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, |2 A YEAR. THE DAILY TIMRS-DISPATCH. INCLUDING SUNDAY, BY CAHBIBR, ISC. PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. BY . CARRIER, BC. PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. fl YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WTLL BE REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED ny stamps. THURSDAY, FKBRTJARY 12, 1503. IN THE INTEREST OF DEMOCRACY. Wo nro pleased to see that the Iloanoko Evening World, ono of tho most Tearless nnd thoughtful papers In tho State, hns como out In a strong nnd sensible nrtlclo in favor of a lesallzcd primary. Our contemporary Bays that the fact that hero and there in tho State may "bo found opposition to tho existing primary plan, boforo It hns had the "benefit of fair experiment, cannot bo too ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

HELP WANTED— MALE. ;WANTKD. A YOUTH OB YOUNG MAN for shipping clork and to aaflHt on books. Apply to RICHMOND FLOUR * FEED CO., 108, 110 and 112 S. Twelfth Stroot. WANTED, GOOD CANVASSER FOR UN. occupied territory: free outfit; cash each wrtek for wholo or part time.■WESTERN NEW YORK NURSERY CO., Dept. D, Rochester, N. Y. [VVANTI3D, AT OUR CAMP AT MON>roo Va., aflrst-closß all-around BLACKSMITH; ono that can do .heavy work I and thoroughly understands sharpening stool; wages $00 nor month and oonrd, '• or |Bper dn.y without bonrd. Apply lo LANE BROS. COMPANY, Railroad Contractors, Pottn, Va. SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE. WOULD LIKE TO COMMUNICATE with some publisher In the East or South In rood ot a Llnotypo Machinist In a few weeks. Address MACHINIST, caro this office. IWANTED— POSITION AS CITY COLlector or clerk or time-keeper, by a settled man; can give city referenco .or collateral Rfourlty. Communicate •with FRY & THOMJVS, No. 1410 East Main Street. [WANTED, B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

6 Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia; CHANGES IN THE POLICE Mayor Rlddlck Says They Will Come in Twenty-four Hours bOL. WADDY'S CONDITION Assistant Postmaster S. B. Carney is Now Living at the Hotel Neddo — The Police Board is Considering Purchase of an Automobile. (Special to Tho Times-riupntcli.) NORFOL/K, VA., Fteb. 11.— Mayor Elddlck admits that there are to bo changes in the police forco, and declares they will be known within twen-ty-four hours, but he will not Bay what those changes will be. Some of thoso Who aro familiar with tho oonildential idvisers of tho administration say, however, jthat tlso newspapers lravo (uessed right In saying that Captain 31. H. Prince will bo expected to resign. 4 there are other changes anticipated, but they aro not regarded as so Important as that of Captain Prince, owl therefore little gossip is abroad concerning: the others. ColoiuU J. R. W'oddy, the postmaster, is reported to be In on improved condition tills m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

Inventory Sale ! 20% Off Stationery, Office Furniture! l Wo toko onrnnnuol Inventory Moron Inb, Until thon wo will allow SO PJDR OHNT. OINP ITOR OASH oh Ortlcn Buupllcwt^onkn, Ohiilrfl, find .Stationery! You oftn snvo ooiwltlornbla Ir you nut In o six inonttliB 1 Htipply now. ThlH menus n, clear wiving of over SO nor cent,, our prononb prloon wolng (ilromly tho lowest vi 'town. Ie Id a bold niovo, but wo wo bolajMMplo. Romombor, if tho goods, aro ohargod. you 1000 tho DO percent, reduction I' SOUTHERN STAM? & STATIONERY CO., Butlro Building— Twolvu-hLc Slain St. TALKABOUT POLICEMEN Citizens Are Demanding an Increase of ForGe. A TAX ON BARKEEPERS Object Lesson of the Wisdom of the "inanco Committee in Making Big Appropriation for Manchester Streets — Funeral Services. Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, Carter's Drug Store, No. 1102 Hull Street. At the meeting of the Boarjf ot Aldermen to-morrow night, the action of tho Assembly In the appointment of a conference or Joint c...

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

9 FOR LITTLE ONES product of n noted mnmifncfcuiw— mndo for Bervice, from tho beat materials — hnndsomost stylus that fortllo brains have yot designed — may bo quickly and easily clmnpcd to any deprrcoof ol ovation desired— upholstering both pretty and. \lurnnio., nnd tho kind not easily soiled — light nnd easyrunning— rubber tires— ln many styles nnd many prices. $7.50, $12.50, $15.00, up to $40.00, Carriages Made in the same good quality, $10 up to $35. We'd be pleased to have you look them over. Ryan, Smith & Talman, Furniture, Floor Coverings, Stoves, Etc., 609 East Broad Street. DAVIS WORKED THE SHELL GAME Justice John Put Him Under Bonds for Six Months. Police Court. It was an insignificant line of sinners tha.t facod Justice John yosterday morn* Ing. Tlie only case of more than passing interest was that of Montgomery Davis, a colored man, arrested by the detective on tho allegation that he worked the shell game to a finish among the negroes of Jackson "Ward. He wa...

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