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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

/O $l)c t)cnina 3Xcuiq. p ^ ^ JaWuARY 30 1903 PRirtf ^ j: KEEP YOUR II HORSE WARM !! < * Tilis pinching weather j < 1 < > < with one of our - < > f o o i: Horse Blankets v | * 0 . i> :: our < < > < < > :: Winter Laprobes i ' * o < ? ?^ \ Are unesrelletl. < ii < r J > . O 1 i '" FAIRFAX & BELL, ... 12)9 llariwari Hustlers, !l 9 S. Jefferson St; ^ 2 A AT T nilANTITV HE ia wi'iiiuK ywtlillli 1 VF1 Mixed Nuts Left Over 'i While they last the}' will go at lOott.a Pound HUNTER & CO. THE GROCERS. Con Salenr are. and Commerce St. .,.1 L .. .. Is There Are No Pianos That I: I Equal The Sweet-Toned - ' I: .Cable and g;l Kingsbury jj" I! FOR ANYWHERE NEAR THE SAME ! S ? t PRICE-., OR TERMS. INVESTIGATE '* J X OUR EASY PAYMENT SYSTEM tIflTll I ? NO NOTES TO SIGN. WE ARE LEAO- ...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

il=ZJ frBpc. AI. H. Wilson, that great and favord t alert: corned tan and -g??& m'\ _ d?t-voioed ainger. contea'lo the .\<-a?i-~ o K| emy tonight in Sidney 1'. Ellis' new j,' ^Ri- and grand romantic play, "A Prince ot ' Tatters." ?a tale o[ old New York.i The ^ Itory of "A Prince of Tatters'" unfold* "a plot of intrigue and love in the days f * " , arbec old Now York was young Prince I' Huffo son Kepp? rt. the central cnar%r: avter, ha* landed in America in search ? pf hi|! * ife, to whom ho was married c' In. boyhood. He is an exile from Aua ' AL. H. ' r jr*~ The Sweet Voice Singer Who Will i f The Academy oi P. fp r tria. coo item ned for killing h superior officer in a duel fought in defense of a woman's honor. Ho in without money ami a recruit in th? service of a society of eonspirPr.'*" atom called the Merchants' Partj. E?.. / whoso existence is to overthrow Kan Richard Bellmont. the then Knaliah ^ governor of New York, for his edict r M.. " in suppressin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

|hre department plan adopted 'A , By Committee After Long: Consideration?Amendments to Page Ordinance. LADDIES WILL BE PAID But Chief Will Be Stripped of Appointive Power?Matter Comes Up Before Council at Special Session Tonight. The special joint committee of Council again convened last night to further t^o question of adopting some tindepartment pi an."and the following answered to the roll call: Antrim, Mays. Runner. Pinre, Johnson. Thomas, Crutnpacker, (\>leman. Hart and Chairman , . Seifert. Itefore the committee got well tinder way. a protest was lodged with the chairman by Mr. C. \V. Thomas of the First Ward, against the vhalrnian's ruling of the night before which involved a question of Mr. l\ W. Thomas -voting twice on the same issue, on' . , account of being a member of two of the three committees. This was slgnrd by Messrs. P. W. HufT and C. W. Thorn as. After considerable talk for Hid against. tMr. itnrt of the Third War* appealed from the ruling of the chair,...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

ik .>. The Even E| ' S PUBLISHED EVERY 0 Bp jp _ Rutoki Mr pMmfWM r 111 ? rT-rt ? t-? ???? ?* ?-. rE' Om Cop?.. ? BOTH PHO Hf. BmIomi Office ..." ~ ^MRCBHoi-lel Room BeL ii.t V -ru VI? P'..T>-aat far Vlrclnia: St* tonight. Saturday. voider In ? KOAINOKK. \\A . run*' " DIFFEftENT ROUTE TTWday oC-Uurrah. fast hritrjr money get ting'. we are disposed rlticiee anyone who will sit id!) r*antJ-refuse to Join In the man e. No argument van Justify his? > and indifference. Perhaps this 9 principal fault~to- !>e found with jegro; he i# not ambitious enough nit the aggressive Anglo-Saxon. Simply beeause he <,leclines to ? hU life miserable through a con. struggle after fllthv lucre, he Is ed aside as being worthless to olf, to his race, and to Ills coutv An l here cornea In the Inroosi*-] r of human nature. If we are Joneo as to our chief utin in life, ro Always ready to sing ont 'Hap- j feK pinws, happine&s." That is the chief...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

lAVt DP RtCHElfOR HIS CHURCH (Continued from flrst page ,* beloved?who since the war ha* been dealing in whiskey. .He la now advanced In yetyrs and there aeenied no way whereby he might begin again anew aqd start out in some other buat?w. 4f wa*"too late. "Moreover, he had b?*en in thT church and had been in the liquor tislneee before the agitation began. The upshot of |t was that the congregation stood by him. and reeolutely refused to turn him out whatever the association might say or do. The geusrnslty of the chjuroh la equaled' only by the generosity "of this aged gentleman himself. A few days ago he annouu.-ed that he had decided to leave the whiskey'business. and re*. Ileve the congregation of Its delicate and embarrassing position. So far as ? nuvnu ill- Iiaa 111/ uuici urr II \m I lUIi In view, but. nevertheless. he feH ^n?t rained to take the step. He <iia It voluntarily. ?nd the magnanimous acj_. was appreciated by all. 'At the meeting the pastor on Monday Dr. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

? . - - ? K - v.. I s SECRETARY BAY'S pp COMMU^CATION | F; Sent to Congress Yesterday I by toe President Accomt 1^ - panied by Message. 1 GOLD AND SILVER MONEY. The CJo-opcration. of the United ? States Is Wanted in Establishing a Fixed Relation Between the Two. Washington. Jan. -1* 1'resne:. Roosevelt today sent t!? following :n , R;K5r, sage to Congress: < "I "transmit he rev. kh a put t v > -l t he secretary of state with :n onipnn;- ing notes frym the Mexican ambaasa<Jor and the Chili epe <ttarse affair t ~ ad interim which seek the <o operation of the United States in Mich ?i?v.s':r. Kl-#.. as wilt tend to restore and maintain : fixed relationship between the moiu : ^of the gold standard countfies.*aml tha" \ silver using countries. [?? " f recommend that the executive b< Hk-.. . given sufficient powers to lend the support of the United States in such manner and to such degree as he may deem expedient to the purp...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

. H in , .j.. . i. H *> -A DETECTIVE IS SHADOWING THI In yesterday's puzzle the sister may the picture as base. Shp Is then In tlv THE LIGHT THAT PAILED. Electricity Supplanted by Lamps and Candles Last Night. Business men walked into their officfs last night and stumbled about, in a vain search for lamp* to dissipate the inky darkness ot TIT? 'Ulterior. Strong men who have been constant church-goers for years lapsed into still stronger language. The office boy stepped n the tall of the office cat anil the pretty typvwrlter sat silent in the dusk and thought. In the big stores, customers refused to buy until they could see the color of the goods, while the clerks were u? much In a quandrary owing o the fact that they could not discern the color of the cuafnmera mnn . y. In the city hall and at police hca?l_ quarters business came to a sOdden halt and "blindman's holiday" was -ftt. tlngly observed. In the printing offices that prince of darkness, the only chap "Who felt re...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 30 January 1903

IIP Put Everything In 5 Kr - ttt laundry bag. Don't hold anything - \ ? ; tack because you fear It may be la- {j *' - lured in the wash. The weakest and p Iff* most d^Keatc articles |?ass through j vui uuuvio H.iawui umu.uuuu. j \ RADFORD ; STEAM LAUNDRY j>; ft- does ell work well. To do anything g.v ' badly would Injure the reputation we j ' ; W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY , It Is quite an easy matter to decide j ^ why we are selling more Heaters and |, Oook Stoves than our neighbors. n:i 1 J you will see at a glance when you ,, ? o?mpar?j our prices. We have an el"- (I g ^ (an supply of elght-clrjv nickel alarm j, t - eflqcjts-,^hd fnrnlture .for-thevxich and" ,n |f- the pc >oi\ Come Christmas Toys at half j price. Amouns Knitting Yarn t<> heat 1 . KT'"' the band. Come and see us. n W- S. Greenway & Son's General Auctioneers and Dealers. I P A. J KEHHARO t TTHE reliable Plumber?Sec . bim;he witl tell y<5a~ Of the? impo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

F'?'&fyt- t>?iutig w ' ^ v . ^ VUL.6t NO?L ? ? .~^7^BOANOKR^jgA^ WEDNESDAY evkntnr FRimitlj ?uxo I WOMEN J MEN > ' * Troops Powerless at Waterbury ? ?????? | FEAR PAY DAY * ?. ..... ;/ ; ; Concerted Attacks Made By Unruly Mq&s Upon Strikers. Situation Will?Grow? r . More Serious To ward Nigtit Water bury, N. Y.. Feb. L?With no cessation. during the night the riots which broke out afresh yesterday, trouble more serious than before is ? threatened today, because this is payday in most of the factories where the disorderly element were drunk, and mobbed and stoned strikers during the 1 . night, and wopen as well as men are ' responsible for the violations of the J law. . The troops are utterly unable to cope with the sftuatldn. CORHKTT AtXID JiBFFiRrBS TO FlftHr 1 Jfew'Tork, iFeU 4.?James J Corbett i signed articles yesterday for a twenty- 1 round yontest with James Jeffries for . the heavyweight championship of the ' worki. the Tight to ta...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

BIFFIN TO I GIVE OPERA P ItMxmcmd. V*., J>b. 3.?Manager i fltOBM G. iLeath. of the Academy, r fttuned from New York last night , r - Wkk ait hie plena completed for the ^ aprinc and summer eeaaone et bin theK&atrea tm this city and in Norfolk. R-" H# kt>'made arrangements with R. &V L OWn?who baa filled the bill at fte Academy for the pant three oun-p ker~l??BO??=ds) bring a large musical Rs.'. * Comm&r oompanyhere. There will l>e WPt 1? than thirty-five people in the ?*nP^ntloa, and only the hlgh-clu.-* By" I .nMtteBT comedies will be presented such as 'XJelsha." "Belle of New York." K" and others of that ilk. BP The season will open Man h 23 in Norfolk. and the company will appear Ere In that city and In Richmond alternate ft-.- weeta* tor a season of fourteen weeks. & '* Seven great seen tc production* will be made, and the roster of artists en &- Cased Includes many well known peo__ m. -...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

fsbe kissed him, : r only to be killed "Tortfvlng: Wife Shot Down by Treacherous Husband, Who. Then Kills Himself. MURDERED BY OLD LOVE. 4 i Waiter Calls Housekeeper to Door, Fires Three Bullets Into Her Body, Swallows Poison and Blows Out Own Brains. Kaleigh. N. C., Feb. X ? A special irtftn. Winston-Salem, N. C.. says: Banis Miller. a young man, shot his wife tonight ami then killed himself. Iktth died in n few minutes. .Miller and his wife had a dispute yesterday and decided to separate. She left h?r husband, taking their two children to the"home of relatives. Tonight Miller called to see his wife atyl after TaTRTnK~6v"er their misunderstanding. the wife consented to live with h?*r iHisbaml again. As he started to leave the room he nskert trhr-\vH~ to coni.> to the door and kiss hiqi good night. She complied with the request.. Miller immediately thereafter turned around and licpd ut her. the ball taking ?>ffei i ;n her ricut breast. The husband then placed t...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

PWLItllf D EVERY DA' Br RNMki Ntwi Br pV.. 1 * ' H ^ |E&[' RATES 01 ......... , W*: ' B0THPM0N Immn orim ft:.- < f ^ "WSBATHISR?Porctst for Virginia: 1 LvninLlMi K (ROANOKE. VA.. WEDNES W~'M THAT HAYES " Pit 1? gratifying to note that there are v . C Many colored people in the state who i : t'-Jo not endorse the language of the ne- t Hayes, who delivered the incen- s t' liary speech in "Washington the other t The following we take from the r | ^Reformer," & negro paper published o p' in Richmond: 11 Kj The speech, as reputed of lawyer ti . fTPhyee by the daily press, last Monday i Might, before a meeting of the Afro- t< EsdmiHeaii Council. at WashlngtonD. C . \ t did not even represent the speaker, ? ; Htpnch JeesUje negroes of Virginia. . h t 1: (For more than a wore of years, we P g.fcaare Irnown Mr. Hayes personally, t I' Coring which time we have always d Btand khi?to be an exceptionable J. B yarded conservative gentleman. And * . ?f...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

Pv-y" izy Man From Appo? mattox at Large V rn i in ap mm i ar I AfHAlU Ul- rULIbt ner Runs Amuck With Butch-Knife, Injuring Himself Before He Was landed in Jail * u. nchburg, Va.. Fob. 4.?Considerexcitement wan caused yesterday ting on Main street by the actions middle-aged man. cTary drunk, said to be from Appomattox. He (intOfthe piano store of Williams trneft vlrtth a long bnteher-knlfe, ??d /the lace and ordered every out. An employe of the afore d the man ami nred him into the t. The Intruder got his hands cut le struggle. He returned to the i, "however, arid was becoming i threatening when Offl< er Conoly ed. and. drawing his pistol, told man he would s-hoot. whereupon atter told him to do so. and made with his club, knocked out of his ftm? W A tw? ..J.i . e .... I ; .. . * mm lur aiu *|| uuwinri the officers finally conveyed the gerent to Jail. The Appomattox , 'meantime refusing to give bin e, but cried like a child. IRDllS PURE POLLS :hmon<l. Va., iFeb...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

p PHIL DOBLIN WAS WORKING A GRAFT Committee on Naval Affairs Makes Its Report on L ess- ? ler Bribery Case. -MR. QUIGG EXONERATED. Matter Will Now Go To Attorney General With Recommendation That He Take Such Action as Law Warrants. Washington.Feb. :i.?The House co intra it lee on naval affairs today report '<i SPL" to the House its findings tn the matter of the investigation of the I^sslor brU?gl" try < harges. A minority report signed by Representatives KlUhin. Democrat. t North Carolina; Vandlver. Democrat. Missouri, and Robert,-Republieun. Massachusetts. also was submitted. On-the final vote on the adoption of tho report as a whole Representatives Kitchin. North Carolina; Mudd, Maryland, and Roberts. Massachusetts, voted "present." Representative Vandlver. - Missouri, voted In the negative earn providing an explanation of the voting. <? _ There was a desire on the part of some of the imvmbers to make the findings more sweeping in some respect*. Th...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

^ I / V GEK-* WIHBWEsJ JUE Cr\_ In yeeterday'a puzzle the "llouae lected In the water, the upper part c the plctura In the *amo pnsltlon.Jac OBACCO MANUFACTURERS Virginia and Other States Organize for Protection.' Washington. Feb. 3.?Independent tocco manufacturers from Virginia. >rth Carolina. Pennsylvania. ~5Tew >rk ami other States, met In this jr today and organized for mutual btection. About twenty manufactur> were present and proxies and lctra made up a total of about fifty toceo manufacturing concerns repreited In the movement. A temporary ganlu*lon was effected this aftere selection of John Lan- I wet of Richmond. Va.. as chairman, d R. J." Snead. of Lynchburg. Va.. wwtary; H. D. Miller. Philadelphia-; C. .Penn. Reldsvllle, N. C.. and C. 1). irua, Richmond. Va.. were appotnbeJcommitteo on permanent organiza?n to report at a meeting tonight, le of the purposes of the manufacrera la to appear before the House iys and means committee and urge Bt...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 February 1903

WEIL WASHED CLOTHES . That's rh** xwri't of oi?r auceees. No EV.> "* ' fjwni mat tor Is loft in fabric to mar R. th< "nish. A claws o'f work ar* tren'.'xl by those >j>ecinHy skiMoil in their line. ' This insurr* rv*i:!ii* not attainable in nn.v other way. Radford Steam Laundry eoiifs the work of jiartw iilar people, p. AVe know how to please. I . A SMALL QUANTITY OF - Mixed Nets Left Over While they last they will go at lOcts. a Round I HUNTER# CO. THE GROCERS. Cor. Salem are. and Commerce St. , . W. S. and J. B. GREfeNWAY It 1? quite an easy matter to decide Why .we are, selling more Heaters an>l Cook Stores than our neighbors, an 1 you will gee at a glance when you compare our prices. We have an elsgun supply of eight-day nickel alarm aL clocks, and furniture for the rich and the poor. .Come Christmas Toys at half price. Atnonns Knitting Ynrn to beat Stf*1'/-- - the hand. Come and see us. W. Si Greenway & Son's tJc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 February 1903

r ?l)c Wetting 5Nci?s. ^ ^-VUl,,4* NO 82. ' ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY- *c--'-- ^ PRICE?ONE CKN1 ; SCHOOIS OF OUR STATE Assertion Hade By Lexington Pastor ? UNDER ONE CONTROL The Christian Advocate Strongly Hnrnmprirk thp Irtirlp nf Mr ? vmwiiu v 111 v n? iiviv wi mi light to Consideration . ~ of All "Mtifhodists In th?* issue <>f 'he Christian Advocate. .of Richmond. which appeared yesterday. th? re was published an article from the Rev. .1. H. Light. of 1-exinglon. Vu.. in which lie ma .o the unqualified assertion that the state in ,_atl tut ions of learning an- tirartically under the control of onejjietionii nation. and that certain other schools, mlver . tlsed as non-sectarian, are not really, such, but are thoroughly denominationai. -in spirit and tradition and habit Kd i torial comment by The Advocate will calLattention to the article as n rt-ry iimeiy- ana suggestive communication. ' {ho facta In which "demand the moet serious consideration ...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 February 1903

| brutal MURDER IN m a penitentiary! P| Corielius Bush Crushes Fellow Prisoner's Skull and? Cuts Off His Head. 1 QUARREL ABOUT RELIGION. After Committing Crime Bush Wrapped. Up the Head and Body. Retired to His Bunk and Slept Soundly. PhUad.lj?hia. L\b.. I Km- i:.' -i time lu the history of "If :i penitentiary that Institution : the scene of n most brat.fi uri: iThe Tictliu was J.nni s Pratt, a li'>'tg aged 37 years, who was m : \:ttg a s?-r4tenre of 3" years for Mirxlarv . it;. ?trd--fa*t \ ny,tr-j The t in-." was p : petraten~1jy <\>rni'.'.us llu.-h. ? !< old. also toloncl. "senten.-ftI :?? years" lmt?ri*o::nieut for a^auit at.J battery. An r?ro??oor w.'O < ni "* . ; breakfast u> the nun founil the <! , . tated body uf Prat L w ruppe '1 itt Man MJC"-' kets and sheets lying in a i_ur.u<.r. * ki? ( a Bmall table the bead of the rnunb ! 1 j man was found tied up lnwn'oM shit fcy; Bush said Pratt a...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 February 1903

^ DISPtNSARY BILL. - ? J Now Pending Before Legislature and May become a Law. The following is what Is known as th? Stat" Dispensary II! 11. whUh is wlu< ii wll! likely las oni" a law V 1UI.I. '!<> fi.r submitlitig the tjuobtion of staMishlng dispensaries fni the sale of intoriraiing liquors in any 01 tii?. nniutleft or magisterial districts of th?? ?s>utitivs?..yf this state, or in any 4>r the <i>ies oi tliis Common wealth, to tin- qualified voters of counties, corporal tons nn?l nihgisterial districts. an?l jire<? r'i>i:ig !u:pni:<,r"T>f conducting Mlcil (libpotlMai s. and the p? Haiti' t, fur viola'ion Tfr tlj?- same. Ihifron Mr. t'lavtor I ' ? lis* Commit*? < <?n 1*1MIX. .mil ttUlks. I. lie II enacted by the tid'.eral .\s? ' soiiibly of Virginia! That whenever .of the qtiahliwl" VTitj'I'S of each j magisterial district in a county. or ot ...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 February 1903

Hf he Even PUBLISHED EVERY, I IjpSteHll Rooms ?p ,. WBATHER?Forcast for Virginia: ROANOKE. VV. TMI KS: the dispep jgv- -We publish ig another . cohfnin -v |V- full text of the .Ihspensary lrilt whh' Eu? is now ponding before the Virginia legislature. and which will probable * " become the law of this State governi: g ? the pale of intoxicating liquors. From reports corfltng from xarnnKj^ sections'of the State, i: would s..n p. there is groat opposition to the * So far as we can see. the plan i> v ry jb plain and need lead to no compln a-* ft tions. As we .understand the p irpo.? of introducing thfs -bill, the new um' stitutlon prohibits the legislaturt ado;., "Tting any legislation of a-local natur-. j'|^, The Joint committee ??f 'hat body on Special, Isnal ?nd Private legislation had bill alter bill referred to it from F different sections of the State, asking milting these special localities to voro pv. upon the qtiestfcn of establishing \di pensaries. The committee bei...

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