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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

eruna A FRUIT GROWER'S LETTER. W. E. Bircli, fruit grower, Afton, Va., W/ites; "My wife was very much run down nnd out of aorts every way. She had Jernale wcakness and was very veak, ncrvous, and had 110 appctite. I tried jer on everylhing I could think of, but she would not touch a thing?could not ??t strawherrics, even. I snw Peruna it my fathcr's storo ono day, and after rjading tho printed matter on the bot 8c, decided to hnve my wife try it. Bc ,loro sho hnd taken linlf of the bottle, the commenced to eat, an<l now she ia huiigry all the time. We both ugrcc -thnt it beats any medicine to bring an appctite and put tho ncrvos in good ? sliapc that we have ever had any thing to do with. "We had our family doctor to give her medicine, but sho did not improvc in the least. She had consumptiou in her family and sho waa in such bad , ahape and ho run down that I begun 'lo get very uneasy, but your niedicine 'haa mado an cntircly new woman of her. I belicvo she eats and feels better...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

To-day Is the first of a week which ends with February 14th, and where Is the niniden or tho gallant, oven In the twentieth century, who Is nor. thrilled with sentimental thoughts and tender feelings at the idoa of sending- and re? ceiving ? possible valentine? People of the present day affect a great deal of matrlaJlem: at heart, they are very much what humanity has always been. In a different way, they express Just the same thing as that told In highly ornamental note paper of a half century aeo. when the Jinglo, with many pen flourishes, ran thus: "Rosos are rod, and violets aro blue, 6ugar Is sweet, and so are you." Now, the roses and violets are con? served leaves of the ono and blossoms o? -the ether, and they aro sent In a crimson satin heart-shaped box with a chubby, rosy, hand-painted cupid on the outside, but they mean Just tho same thing In tho one Instano? as the othor, the difference of time makes the differ? ence of expression; that is all. A pretty story told of a Fre...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

w \. (Contlnued From Blxth Page.) of green satln rlbbon extendlng dlngonnlly from ono corner to tho other and crosslng In the center, whero a eut-glasa bowl of narclssus nnd maldon-halr foma rosted. Mrs. Parklhson, wcarlng whlto Ince over chlffon, wns asslsted ln Tecelvlng by Miss Parklnson, ln black gronodlno, trlmmod ln chlffon and Jot, and worn wlth vlolots: Mrs. O. H. Funnten. Mrs, A. D. Wllllams, Miss Bruce, of Hallfax county; Miss Mary Jones and Mra. Turner Ariington, Mrs. J. Scott Parrlsh was at tho punch bowl, and Mra. Frod Valentlno poured ohocolato. Mlsa Ellso Parklnson, gowned In white organdy, wlth greon rbbons, had wlth her ln tho d-lnlng-room MIsb I.ouise Purcoll, Miss Besslo Tompklns and Miss lioulso tPrlce. Those who called uiirlng the afternoon wera Mrs. J. W. Moss, Mrfi. E. A. Saun ders. Mra. T. F. Jeffrosa, Mrs. J. E. Wll Imd. Mrs S. W. Travers. Mrs. T. W. Pem? berton. Mrs. J B. Blghtfoot, Mrs. W. L. Royall, Mrs. J, B. Enbank, Mrs, N. W. Bowe, Mlsses Quarlcs, Mlsa...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

Society Events of the Week in Virginia Cities HAS TAKEN ON NEW LIFE Many Events of Soclety In? terest 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. (Spcclal to Tho TlmM-Dlspntcb.l JTREBEBICKSBU-RG, VA., Fob. 7. Wlth the advent of brlght weather, so? clety has taken on now llfe and the week has boen a goy one. Thore havo been marrlagos, donccs, card-parties, plays and other mlnor cvonts. all of whlch havo been sources of ploasure to those Inter? ested. Tho German at tho Opera Houso on Thursday nlght, the thlrd of tho wlnter eerles, was fully as onjoyable as any o? Its predeccssors and nil havo beon on a hrllllant scale. Donch's orchestra, of "Washlngton furnlshed the muslc ns usual ?uid the gxaccful flgures v.ore lod by Mr. C. R. Howard. The danclng commonced at 9 o'clock and between that tlmo and mldnight was kopt up wlth but short in ?termlssions aud many couples took part in ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

Difference Between tho ENOTOLOPAEDIA BRITANNIOA aud all other oncyclopaedias lios ia tho fnot that BBITANNIOA'S articles are compleie and full oxpositions of their subjects, whlle othor encyelopaedias merely givo tho giat of the matter for haaty reference. ? Oomparo BBITANNIOA with the bost of tho others and you will seo tho differonco. Few of tliem run over fiftoen voliimes, or total more than. 10,000 pages. BBITANNICA oontains. Thirty-One Splendid Volumes andnearly 25,000 large pages. It containa noarly 12,000 illus trations, and 671 maps and plans, inoluding 237 colored maps. Every ono of tlio maps, plans. illustrations and articles represents tlie final thought, skill and authority upon ita sub? ject. The groatest specialists wero seouredin every field of Science, Art, Philosophy, History, Biography, Oriticiam, Trade, Industry and Profesakmal Knowlodgo. More than 3,309 cmiiiont contnbutors are ropresented in its pages. And the oxpenso of this preparation roaches tho enormous sum...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

READY FOR DECORATORS rtConvention Will Be Held in Richmond This Week. COMMITTEES ARE NAMED Speclal Plans for the Entertalnment of the Visltors?A Reception and a Lunch Will Be Tendered Them. At a speclal meeting of the locnl Order of tho Mnstcr Houso Bainters' and Do corators' Assoclatlon lnst Friday nlght, linal nrrangemonts for tho nlneteenth nn nual convcntlon of tho Natlonal Assocla? tlon, whlch is to bo hold in this clty thls week, beglnnlng on the 10th and last Ing through to tho 13th', Friday, wore mndo, erery dolnil as to the entertaln? ment of tho numerous visltors belng pe'r fected. The meeting of tho locnl order was well attended, there belng present: J. R. Lee, presldont; P. A. Morton, A. D. Wharton, secretary; M. Ganzert, treas urer; G. A. Collins. sergcant-nt-nrms; A. G. Evans. J. II. Evans, W. L. French. G. L. Flclds, W. T. Gat-lirlght. A. .1. Gallagher, J. H. Gallagher, A. W. Har grnve, lllarry Htibcr. R. E. Lewls, T. L. Nlcholas, F. Overnian, It. L. Poters, D. 11. Py...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

WATERWAYS OF FOREIGNLANDS How Europe is Doepening 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 Corrospondonco of tho Tlmes Dlspatch, Copyrlght 1903.) ROTTERDAM, Jan. 29,?Thls Is tho ago of rallroads. It promlses also to be tho ago of canals. Water transportatlon U stlll cheapor than any other, and tho European natlous nre doepening thelr rivers nnd constructlng canala to joln thelr waterways. It ls only a questlon of tlme when the United States wlll do tho samo, and when wo shall havo shlp canals Jolning some ot tho prlnclpal paris of our country. I camc from Antwerp to Rotterdam by boat bo lea.ru uotnetliing nbout tho canals Of tho Dutch, and slnco then I havo vls? lted thelr wutcrways In the north. Hol? land is the canal land ofy tho world. It has more lnterlor waterways than any rcglon oxcept the Ynngtse Klang valley Ebout Blianghnl, Hangchow and 8oooliow...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

LADIES' SKIRTS, somo blnck and eoiii e colors, cost uji to $4.75, for $1.50. ? TAPESTRY PORTIERES, witli widc kfrotted Iriiige, SG.7C ones, for $3.50. KING COLE White Pine Tnr Sonp. 3%c. n cnkc. ENGLISH LONG CLOTH, tlie usuiil l!2y28. grnde, for 7yxc. HUCK TOWELS, tlie best 10c. oues, for Gc. BLACK SEAMLESS HOSE, 10c. usually. for 4c. $i.qS SILK UMBRELLAS, . Special Monday, ? $1.00. ; WINDOW ' SHADES, 1 x2 yaxds, spring rollers, for 18c. WHITE ENAMEL BEDS, brass trinuued, witli Avovon wire Spnngs, complotc, any *ize for $5.75 eomplet e. '' P. & N,. J .B., AND R. & G. CORSETS, the $1.00 grades aro 50c. ch7i_5ren's CAMBRIC DRESSES, long und short sleeves. cmbroid ery trimniod, for aoc, chi1lSret?s CROCHET SACQUES, nny color, for 10c. iTaTjCM WASH SILKS, newest. tints, 3flc. ones, for 25e. $1.25 Evening pauzes, embroid? ered silk stripe efTecls, for 50c. BIRD-EYE DIAPER, ihe best soft bleachcd per yard, 4%c. _XDI_SrWO' WOOL VESTS, this scason's 8Sc. gnule, for 50c. WA^iT^OR^HON...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

2fap?mr? Binate RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1903. " Now for a nice warm bath ! What a luxury ! -,' Mercy ! this is the bureau drawer I 'r <? How foolish of me" todo such'?"thing ! Ouch ! " Something's wrong^itMms cigar. The rest lighted easily." Great Moses I I sr Ah ! I see. It's the DID neea a sfiave !? hairorusn." "PU miss that train if I don't ^?tihis^?ot?open pretty soon/' : I'll trce?eT?'?eath iti this ?elevator ii the boy^pnftcomesoon/,' '** Th? only way to keep a hpiise warm lis to attend tpjhc iurna?e^yourseK.''. . '.Whv; it's 'nay own office; and l^y ev?aUed here it half Ihour^fov ?mva??

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

?????????? Queries ? andAnswers ????????? j;? How to Procure a Copyrlght. $o tlie Edltor of the Times-Dispatch: Slr.?In your* "Query Column" ldiuily tell me how 1 can procure a copyrlght nnd cost of same. ?-,:, ASP1RING "WRITER. Yv'rlte to tlie IAbrarlnn on Congress and he wlll send you a. clrcular whlch . wlll give you all tho Informatlon you wish. "Bayond Hampton River." To the Edltor of Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch: Hot.en's llst of oarly em.granU', page 2K. muster roU 1631. of inhabitants of "felfzaboth CittJey speaks of "Beyond Hampton Rlver." Please locata thls plnce "Beyond Hampton Rlver" In Ellzaboth Cittle? W. E. D. Crtglersvllle, Madlson' County,' Va, ( "Beyond Hampton Rlver" meant the country on the east of Hampton Rlvor? Btrawberry Banks, Buckroo and Fox ' Hlll. Daughters of the Confederacy. :What must ona do in ordor fo belong to VThe Daughters of tho Confederacy ?" - > Very Truly A. M. B. Aii chapters of the I>aughterB of tha Confederacy have appllcatlon blanks, ?whlch can...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM FOREIGN CAPITALS AND CITIES EUQENIE AND THE OUEEN The French Ex-Empress on a Vlsit to Spaln, AOED FORMER QUEENS Her Vlsit Said to be to Dlspose of Her Property Interesis There. Tem perenco Reformers Grievecl at Curzons Order By Paul Lambeth. [Speclal Cable to The Timos-Dlspatch, Copyrlght 1903.] LONDON, Feb. 7.?The Empress Euge nlo has left hor EngllKh home at Farn borough, withln earshot ot tho practice guns at Aldcrahot, the great mllltary camp, and gono to Madrld to vlsit ox Queen Isabella, of Spain. Both these agcd women are ex-queens. Isabella, unllko Eugenle. docsn't moum for the pomp of hor past statlon, but de votcs hoTself to havlng a gjood tlme. Eugenlo Is a, brolocn-hcartcd woman and ls a llvlng llgure of grlcf. Her vlsit to Madred wlll add to her storo of palnful recolloctlons, for she hasn't seen her native land slnce she left It a beautlful young glrl to marry Napolen III. Eugenlo's mlsslon to Spnln ls. lt ls re portod. for tho purposo of Ilnally d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

BERKELEYON THE JAME One of the First Virginia Col onial Setllemenls. SCENE INDIAN MASSACRE Tho Birthplace of the Dlstinguishcd Harrison Family?It is Stlll a Goodly Estate of Over Fourtecn Hundred Aercs. ,! Tho nistory of Bcrkcley, on the James, Ih Charles Clty county, Is one of the most ? ltcrestlng of the numorous nnd fcrtilo plfintntlons thnt llo nlong the banks of .that yhlstorlc rlver. Its onrly scttleinent rintes bnck ns fnr ns 1G1S, "when, on Peb ruary tho thlrd of thnt year tho London .Company granted to Slr "Wllllnin Throclc tnorton, Slr George Teardlcy, RIchard Berkeley and John Smlth. of Niblcy?nll cc^nnectcd through the noblc house of tho lierkelcys?a plantntion in Vlrglnln, whlch became known ns Berkeley Hundred." .On the 4th of December, 1619. the Mnr %tliet arrived from Bristol at Jamestown, Vringlng thrty-flve passcngers, undor the w.duct of Captaln John AVoodllff. These wero the flrst settlers of the "Town nnd tiundrcd of Berkeley," ? whlch wns ln tated between "West...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK IN TRAINlG CHILDREN'S BODIES Hockey a Capital Game for Both Limbs and Lungs. Games Occupy Mind as Well as Lhe Body. Rules for Maklng Children Pretty. 'STf" N NOTHING IS lt of more Im ?1 I portnnco to take tlmo by the <? .i???fl forclock than In tho matter ot tralnlng children's bodles. Thls caro. ln chlidhood, never Iobob Its ultlmnto rcwnrd and saves much fu turo troublo. As chlldren get llttle good from what they learn mochnnlcally, ln Btcad 6f wastlng too ,much tlmo ovejr wands, , Indlan clubs and dumbbolls. nrouso tho youngBters" Intercst ln thelr llmhs and tnuscloB by tenchlng them games. For cxample, lot them learn to play hockey. Thls sounds rough, hut It ls .not. All that Is reiiulrcd ls a sullable dreas 'ln whlch a girl can run, a Bllck nnd a ball, and the uso of a field. The rules are bo slmplc thnt they cnn be learned ln short order. Por school glrls the gamo possesscs thls grenl udvahtage? that lt can bo played between school hourB. In hnlf a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

Pompons Will Bedeck Milady's First Hat of Spring. E" "I VBN -wlth snow on tho ground nnd velvet, fciither-trlnimcd i hnta upon thelr heads, many n rfflff8* falr in.-tlil and matron him her "flrst" hat rendy for brlght sprlng dnys. For weeks beautlful straw hata havo beon temptlngly expos?d to vlew.and tho wjso.mnlilen hns mado her cholco, and daliy tnkes .t pcop nt lior trensure ns it is tucked awny 'm!d tlssuo paper ln n. blg bonnel box. Tho "flrst" hat.lB ever n nlinplo nnd a plnln ono, Its mlsslon ls that of a go bctwecn. 11 ls donnctl ln tlio days bo t foro tho pnyly dcckwl ones nre consld ercd corroot, nnd yot when lt ls too lato to wear a heavy velvet ono. The flrst hat is a streot ono, puro and sitnple, nnd It ls to bo worn with sevoro tailored of blnck Is pcrlly stuck up at tho left slde, and ls held In placo by a blg Jot nrnnment. In navy bluo and whllo comes a prctty wnlking hnt. Agalnst tho fnco tho straw Is whlto, so that It surely mny bo bocomlng, whllo tho crown Is of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

1 School for /Jousewives ?-?? Z3y MaHon r~far/ancf_ The Parents' Corner \I^OULD you kindly tell me "" what nro tlio dutiea of a godmother? 1 am deeply embar taaBed becauso of my ignorance. A OONSTANT KEADER. I am glad of tho opportunlty to answer this qucstion. Tho custom of "standing godmother" for tho child of a friond has becomo to much a mattor of form and com plimcnt that tho primal signifi canco of the ceromony and tho sol emnity of tho obligation assumed are seldom considercd. ' Thus runs tho section enjoining the appointment bi sponaors for the infunt: "Thero shall be for overy male child to be bapti_ed (when they can bo had) two godfathers and one godmothor; and for every fe rtale, one godfathcr and two god motherB; and parents shall be ad mitted os sponsors, if it is desireoV ??Book of Common Prayer, Prot estant 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 f...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

s u LAST WORD JJ Henry Seaton ' Merriman's< l "The Vultures." ?Through the Heart of Patagonia;" "San Fran 1 cisco and Thereabouts;" Galdos' "Eleo tra" and "Marianela;" "The Old i -, School-House." NOTES AND REVIEWS OF NEW BOOKS Virginia Authors at Work on New, Fictiofi?Altsheler's Story of the Fall of Richmond?Julian Ralph's , Unpublished Work?Mrs. Henry Dudeny. Jarnes Lane Allen. Other Notes. I CHE LAST "WORD. By Allce MncGowan. L. C Page and Company, publlshers, Boston, Mass. For sale by Hunter and Company and tho Bell Book and Stationery Company. I am sorry to say that I was disap* ?polnted ln "The Last Word." lt Isn't at all bad, but tt la not the wonderful novel that tho lady rcvlewers of hero nnd ,thero "who had flrat go at the book hn/rc crack cd lt up to be. In tho parlance of the !m?,rkot place, the ladles are long* on Jieart and short on crlticlsm. Havlng xead tho book, I can easily aee why thelr Bwcet senslblllties wore melted, flrst for tho herolno, Carrington West, a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

ln Lighter Vein! Many things can be treated in a light and frivolous manner. Good light, -however, cannot be treated lightly. Good light cnables you to keep trood eyesight. It avoids doctors' bills as well as gas bills. We will prescribe for all light troublcs free of cost?and sell you the necessary medicine chcap. We hope bvifore 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 como next and offer them every facility to keep clean. " Clcanliness is next to godliness." We have the best assortment of bath room supplies in the city?this fact won't wash '-ut See ? RICHMOND PLUHBINQ & MANTEL CO., Uoth phoncs 636. 26 N. Ninth Street, Richmond, Va. WHY DID WE FAILTO WIN Inquiry Into the Causes of Confederate Defeat, NOTABLY BRAVE MEN lllustration of Heroism in Actlon?-Pro gramme For Confederate Re union at New Orleans In May. In us leadlng edltorlal article of a re? cent date tho ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

Alphonse 9*?*?*>o? ?*??eoa?gat?c?tt???>o?g< >M?HJHm rf VhriiUnff Uate of J^oroism, J^airbraaclth dsoapos and SPolitonoss. (9/0t J ) SYNOPSI5 OF PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS: Alphonse and Qaston wero caotured bv the ennihali. ?? *?. ' Jt .. #/ urglng the othcrtoacc.pt the honor, that the quecn became enraged and orlred tK ?f the"'' A,*<* ??*" ???? they bowed so long to each other, each (Copyrlght, 1008, bjrW.-B. Hoarab,) c^^F m THE'^m ' COPYRIGKT.1002. by T. C. M?CLUHE ***??KW*1 CHAPTEIt XXIX. The Police Are At Fault. AMBLEH Jevons read the letter, then handed it to mo wlthout com ment, It was written upon tho note paper 1 Jmew bo well, stamped with tho neat address "Neneford1* ln iblaok, but lt bore ?o dato. What 1 road was as follows: "Slr,?I fail to eomprehend the meanlng ef your words when you followed me Into tho (traln at Huntlngdon la.st nlght. I am In no fear of any catastroph*; thorefore, 1 can only tako your offer nf asslstance as an attompt to obtaln money from me....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

K^alenhtyY IDayli? H)e ^fz^r^mmf^oixszhoW k? Jljose Dreadful Kld5 G-ue Euery Ooe a l/a!ei)tii)C aijd Bla^e It flll 017 Poor. lppoeent Happy Hooltoai). *I1 IHE SEVEN SECRETS (C.otttlnu6d from Tenth'Page.) Ambler, was that the poor fellow had been seoretly poisonod. Nearly a fortnlght passed, and I heard nothing of Ambler. He wns stlll "out of town." Day by day poosed, but nothlng of riote tvansplrod. Slr Bornard waa stlll sufferlng from a sllght touch of sclatlca at home, and on visltlng hlm ono Sun? day I found hlm oonflned to hls' bed, grumbling and peevish.' He was somo ?what eccentrlo ln hls mlserly Imblta and his hatred of soaloty, beyond doubt; and the absurdiilos whlch hls enemles at trlbuted to hlm wsre not altogether uri founded. But he had ?t all eventa the rare auaJlty of professlng for hls profes s'.on & respuct nearly akin to ent huslasni. Jndeed, accordlng to his vlows, the facul? ty nossessed almost Infalllble qualltles. In o<*nfldence he had more than once ad* ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 February 1903

o " Now, all soak him together! One, two, three! " Scarcd him so he fell backwards. Wc'd better sk'ip!" 'Oh. look 1 That loe's comin1? down the hill! *_ " Oh 1 oh! oh! Fatty, take it off!" " I'll push de head off de kid's snow man/' " Dere's enough snow dere to bury a blokt " Gee! Dat guy must er been standin' right underneat' it I"?-'--' Voicc Under the Avalanchc?" Why, I might have bcen'fcilled!" 'Honest iniun, Mulligan, I didn't see de guy." " 3 knowed dat wuz de only way to saye. vr.1

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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