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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

Fourqurean, Temple Cf Co. Fourqurean, Temple & Co. An Opportunity of Extraordinary Merit A Remarkable Event in Underpriced Laces I iLjr lANDSOME and desirable patterns in Point L*A| do Paris, Plat and German Valenciennes (j^jjj]) Laces and Insertions — at less than thoy cost wholesale in Europe. There is on sale to-day Three Hundred and Fifty Dozen Yards of theso Laces in first qualities— no two patterns aliko save -where insertions and edges mateh — in values that bring under ordinary conditions 20c to 500 a yard. And you are to have unrestricted choice amongst this superb array at Fourteen Cents a yard. This is the most remarkable lace bargain that Richmond has known or is likely to know. The Laces are not remnants but full and entire \ pieces. Many of thorn are the same patterns that you pay three or four times more for in regular stock. They have' served one of this -country's biggest importers as sample pieces and «that is all. He makes the sacrifice that brings you...

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

10 APATHY IN THE MARKET Day of Narrow Fluctuations and Little Interest. >,0 PRESSURE TO SELL Recent Activity and Strength Attributed to Manipulation— General Electric nnd Hocking Valley the Features. (Br A»nocUUd Press.) NEW YORK. lJ'ob. 11.— Tho stock markat rtslnpsiHl Into a cundltion of itpaUiy 10-d«y and draKK<?<i <>" 1 a courwj of narrow lluotu&tious without a show of Interest. "Wall Stjoot cuntlnuoa to puzrle lUseli with efforts to explain this determined indifToronco on tlio p-.Lrt of tlw outsldo public. Tlioro was no urjjont prossura to soil to-day, In spito of tlio recent eonsidcrablo advances. Thi« soi-v»>d to ounllrni, if anythlaK. Uu< distrust thnt Uio appearanoo of activity and KtrenKth reoontly had bean duo iRTR/iy to manipulation and tho passim; Uirou«h from one .hand to anothur at a. Uirnte p!»-rt of tlio stock dealt In by tpecul&tors for Uie purpose, of artificially ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 February 1903

for Infanta and Children. Tho Kind "s*oll Have Always Boug-ht lias borne tile signature of Chns. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for "over SO years. Allow no one to deceives you In tlds. Counterfeits, Imitations and *' Ju.st-ns-good" arc but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children—Experience against Experiment. The Kind You Have Always Bought .y* Bears the Signature of .^p^i In Use For Over 30 Years. MAKE REPLY TO THE ADVOCATE Churchman to ° Come Out] What the Herald Says. Two or three of the religious papers of the oity -will go Jn thla week for a discussion o the lett«T published last week in. the Christian Advocate by tha Roy. J. IL Light, of Lexington, who asserted that the State Institutions of learning are practically under Episcopal control. Tha Southern Churchman will make an indignant repty to the statement. The R«llgloua Herald will also have an editorial. It will say in part: "It Is true that Episcopalians abound In the faculties and...

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

IS Miller & Rhoads. | Miller & Rhoads. SCHOOL SUPPLIES We're going to give every boy and girl rt nico drop load poucil •with ovor.v GOc worth of school supplies purchasod during tho noxi It's not an inferior or no-account pencil by any moans, but a good <ono — taken from our regular stock. Boys' School Bags, 25c, 50c, 69c. \X,\\v proof Double Baps, 75c. Single 1!:i-:s, 25c. and 29c. Girls' [Double Book Bags, 50c, and 75c. Heavy leh Lined Bags with embroidered ends. Stafford's School Ink, 4c Bottle * Slalrs ami Slnte-Pencils nnd Scholnjrs* Companions. 2lc Yard for Dimities, Worth 35c. There's just one reason why they're 21c, and not thirty-five cents h a ymci. Tho tenths run from 10 to 20 yards each. It costs the importer more than 21c a yard to get them hero from Franco in the full pieces. Beautiful patterns in white grounds, -with dots, rings or little square multi-colored blocks scattered through them, and the figures are so neatly done that they...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

Forty Pages THE DISPATCH. FOUNDKD 18.7). | W rlULli IN UMDIS X , lO.IDO. FATE OF PRINCESS LOUISE Punishment Milder Than Formerly Obtained. ANOTHER SCANDAL AT MUNIPH COURT Not All the Sons of Noble Families Get Rich Wives. SCIONS OF ROYALTY IN SERVILE EMPLOYMENT Orthodox Germany Astounded by Lecture of Professor Detilzch on Higher Criticism, and Shocked That the Emperor Attended the Lecture — Press Doesn't Dare Give Opinion. By MALCOLM CLAR-fc. (Special Cable to The Times- Dispatch. Copyright, 1003.) (Kprrlal to Tl)« Tlmo«Dl»patch.) BERLIN, Feb. 14.— 0n0 thing Is certain, tho ex-Crown Princess Louise o£ Saxony, though virtually n prisoner in th« nanltnrlum near Salzburg, la not «uch in the sense which the term would :ha.ve implied In similar cases a few yearn ago. Her case at present is analogous to that of Princo-ss Louiso of Coburg, who is in nn asylum near Dresden. There in n. Renoral impression that, when members of royal families conduct themselves !n an unseemly manner and have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

a ACAJDBMT— Tuesday, Herrmann; "Wednesday, matinee and night, Sweet Clover; Thursday. Friday and Saturday, matinee *tid nlffht, Foxy Grandpa. BlJOU.— Cripple Crock, all week, with usual matinees. Melodrama— the good, old-fashioned. Western melodrama— will be at the Bl]ou this week. There are many Uteatretvocrs who still are not ashamed to admit that they like this type of play. The old-time melodrama certainly had leas h&rm in It than many of tho new plays trtilcb. have been' given to a greedy pubic within the past few years. The good old melodrama, which has Feen Its best days, always upheld all the virtues and condemned tho vices. The sins of mojiklnd were not set In a yilde*! frame, but wore painted In the iaj-kest colors. The villain was always »f the deepest dye, and received the t»lsse« of the g-allery. The molodrama ippeaJed to honest hearts, and Its senBments found anecho among th« great middle-class. The gallery was not Ljhamed to show emotion, and while It impr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

This Way Will Cure Bse I'll Pay Your Bill Myself. , I will euro you— as I linvo half a million others — and take all thts risk myself. I will furnish you the utmost that medicine can do; and unless it succeeds it shall be absolutely freo. Simply send mo this coupon or write, mo a postal, stating which book you need. I will then mail you an order— good at uny drug store — for six hottleß Dr. Shoop'o Restorative. You may tako it a month on trial. If it succeeds, tho cost it) $5.50. If it fails, I , will pny your druggist myself, and your mere word shall decide it. You flee this offer everywhere, all the timej and thousands every week are expecting it. And you must realize that I am curing thoBQ thousands, else tho offer would ruin me. You who are hesitating are wronging yourselves. You can have health for the asking. And I know from a vast experience that moßb of you must get my help to got well. Tho reason is that my Restorative strengthens the inside nerves. It is tho result of a li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

* T3ic Times-Dispatch THE) DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH IS 801/ DAT TWO CENTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, GOC. A MONTH. $5 A YEAR: J2.50 FOH SIX MONTHS! JI.M I r OR THRI3L MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH DV MAIL, 12 A YEAR. , THB DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, !>"■ CLUDINO SUNDAY, DV CARRIED 15U PEII WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, V,\ CARRIER, EC. PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. Jl YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE P.EJI3CTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS "WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY STAMPS. SUNDAY. FDRUAKY 15, WOi HR. LINCOLN ON NEGRO SUFFRAQE. In a recent lottor of Judge Roger A. Pryor to the New York Sun, published on Lincoln's birthday, he calls attention to some views of Lincoln on negro equality, both social nnd politlcnl, with the white roan, which seem to pome persons to be extraordinary, considering tho source from which they came. But Judgo Pryor did not tell the whole story ns Lincoln himself to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

A DOUBLE TRAGEDY 3"wo Youthful Romeos Are In Trouble at Scottsville. JULIET WAS REBELLIOUS This Balcony scene Ended With the Heroine In Tears and Two Young Heroes Robbed of Two Hours ■ f Their Play Time. (Spcclnl to Tho ■Tlincß-ninpntch.) SCOTTSVILLE, VA_, Feb. 14.-Sprlng chicken Is In tho air. Tho hens are busy and already thrifty mutrons with their "fore-handed" daughters havo chicken coops In their heads and visions of fluffy nestlings trotiplng across tho yard attur their fussy mothers. The dreamers Hit and lleton with their heads up In tho cloudn, whllo the hustlers Ignore tjicm and discuss plans for tho future, but mo former don't always come out at tho llttlo end of the horn, ami they will ma.ko up nil right enough and come down to earth again when tho fowlH get big enough, to cat. A doublo tragedy was enacted at the graded school ono day ln«t week. Two youthful Uomooii embraced ono rebellious Jullut and £ot themselves Into trouble thoreby. It was a sort of perverted balcony ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

a • Th» flowers Hint bloom In the Sprlnpr' ■■■o nrrlvlng:. In fnct, some of th^ni h;i\e Tlri.idy nrrlved, for ono of the beautiful thtiiffa to be sonn In Richmond yesterday was n Broad-Slront window filled with wiilto lilacs. Every pasaor-by paused to lcok at the diiluty blossoms, ndmlro tholr Biaco nnd Inbalo the fragrance thnt seemed like a .lircath from the Elys lan meadows. Surely nsphodols could lie no whit purer or sweeter than white lilacs ore. There arc fashions In flowers no less than In gowns, hats and other accessories of feminine attire. Tnstos this sprhiK liave turned to lllncs and. as they comblno the Easter colors, white and green, they will bo worn by the Enster belle. Their extreme purity and fragility make them but the more desirable and, pent In white and gold baskets for milady's acceptance, nothing In tho sha.po of r. lloral offering could more touch her heart or win her favor for tho sender. A pretty little legend acrounts for 1 tho Delicious perfume of the lil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

THE HYPNOTIC EYE. How It Fascinates and Controls the Human Mind. WEIRD THINGS DONE UNDER ITS MYSTIC SPELL. Can You Look at It Five Minutes Without Being Hypnotized? READ THE DIRECTIONS BELOW AND TRY. If you wish to ascertain hovr uuscoptiblo you are to hypnotic influence, place yourself in an easy sitting position and look steadily and intently at tho black npot (pupil) in the centre of the eye above for five minute*. Wliila looking at the eye count very slowly to' yourself, one, two, throe, four and so on to fire hundred. Do not permit your eyes or mind to wander for one moment. At the end of five minutM, if your eyelids feel heavy or tired; if you feel ■lightly drowsy j if you have a slight tingling sensation in the arms or hands; Jf you have a peculiar sensation in the head; or if you feel during the time an inclination to wink the eyelids, you are quito susceptible to hypnotic influence, and you should at once learn the science fof your self-protection. The eye of a person who u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

8 Society Events of the Week in Virginia Cities SOCIETY IN PETERSBURG Card Parties Have Had a Monopoly This Week. FIVE OR SIX CARD CLUBS Each Olub Has a Membership of From Twelve to Twenty and Each Member is Anxious to Entertain During the Season. (Sptclnl to The TlmsS.lSiipntch.) PETERSBURG-. VA.. Feb. M.^Card parties have again had a monopoly In society In Petersburg this week. There nre five or six card clubs In Pqtersburg, nil of which were organized during January. Each elnb has a membership of from twelve to twenty and, as each member Is anxious to entertain during tho Reason, some clubs meet two and three times a week. There wore about fifteen card parties in Petersburg during tlio j)ast week. Monday afternoon Mrs. R. A. Gamble entertained one of tho clubs at her iiome on Marshall Street. Mrs. J. Ed-•»-a.rd Norsworthy, Mrs. "W. C. Kovun, Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. Ben. Jones, Miss Salllo Wlllson and Miss Katherlno ]lobblo assisted Mrs. Gamble In receiving tho guests, who numbere...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

VERY DULL IN ROANOKE This Week, However 5 , the Last Before Lent, Will Be Lively. TEA GIVEN BY MRS, BRYAN A Delightful ValonHno Party at Falrlawn, Homo of Miss Minnie Moomow. Mra. JohnS. Morris* Valentine Party Yesterday. itOANOKEJ, VA., February 14.-Badal-\y tho wook ha« been vory dull in Roanoko. Thero havo been no germans, no bis receptions and no big cord parties, and tho Acadomy htm been dark for the weeK, tho only attraction being th« war play, "Wlnehcstor," to-nlglit. Society poople are UUclng a week at rest before the liu-it woelc before the Lenten season, which promises to be very lively, endIng with a big german by the Roanoko Serman Ctub, • • • Tho most brilliant event of tho week vaa tho tea given by Mrs, Malcolm \V. Bryan at her handsome homo, No. 1L33 Nelson Street. Southwest. Wednesday tfternoon from 4 to 0. The house waa beuatlfully and artistically decorated. The receiving parlor was decorated In nlgnonotto, gTeen and /white, the punch room in pink, and tho dining r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

THE WIPER'S STORY. By FRANK H. SPEAIIMAN. - | -«IHS ciimn about through thero beI 1«r whiskers on this rails. It I may not 1>« sronornlly understood I that whiskers gro-.v on steel rails; curious as It seems, they Go, Moreover, on steol mils they are daiißerou.i, and nt tlmco exceedingly danserous. Do not Infer that nil steel mils grow whiskers; nor in it, aa one mlpht suppose, only tho old rails that sport them, The youngest rail on tho curve mny boast as stout a beard as the oldest rail on tho tangent, and ono Just as trrny. They flourish, too. In splto of orders; for, while -whiskers are permitted on engineers and tolerated on conductors, they are nevor encoiirnisvxl on rails. Nnture, however, provides t-ho whiskers, regardless of discipline. and, what is moro, shaves thorn herself. Their culture depends on conditions. Borne months grow better whiskers than othcrfi. September Is famous for whiskers, while July prows vory fow, "WhinJeers will grow on stonl rails In the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

R For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business flan Too Busy to Know. ftmerican J^ffnirs. The Rochefeller Telegrams. ' On the authority of tlm Associated' Press correspondent ftt Washington) tha atatoment was flrnt made public In last Sunday's papers that a number of telegrams slgnod by- Jojm D. ' Rockefeller, head of the Standard Oil Trust, had been received oy several United States Senators In which opposition to any antitrust legislation was expressed and sayIng that It must be stopped. Along with thin statement cnm« an Interview with President Roosevelt, expressing the utmost Indignation over this •vldonee of attempted trust dictation to tho Senate.' It was said that a copy of one of the telegrams bad been shown to him. On thia account the story Is believed by some to havo amlnatod from the White House. Mr. Rockefeller himself, would nolthor affirm or deny th« tending of such telegrams and no Senator questioned by reporters would •...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

12 Our Strongest Features WIJ MAKE IJUVINO TflH STHONOBST FF.ATURfi OF OUR IIUSINESS. WfiAUB SATISFIED- WITH Till: SMALLEST PROFtTS. Nearly a third cheaper than "any wheie. The new printed and woven fabrics as well a.s the staple cottons, are in this sale. Moreoriwd English Oxford Ctnth, in this iiowpst. tin.* season's effect, U to 10-jrinl langUff, 10 2-rtc. fabric, for B%n. Shirting mid Suiting Mndrns, fnMeful colorings bnd now wenvcs, near yard ivido, ins tend of 10c. per yard, 7-%0. Yard-Wide Hcsrt 12% c. Pen Island Percales', nil new work, per yard, S%c. Import oil Swiss, sheer BUmnior fjiliric. embroidered dots, nf every color, instead of 37% c., per yard, 25c. French- Dimity Cords, profusely deepmted with fnulticss color combination?, made to retail for ISc. per yard, 12 Vie ' Vanl-W'klc French IWcnles, maim- All the prosperous popular Silks of the season. No matter what. They are here in their full variety of new weaves, prints and colorings, all at under-prices. Not remarka...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

Forty Pages THE TIMES FOUNDKIVIfcWI I WUHI F KITTMRPR iV^ifi^ THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED \W. I W riUJ_.H. IN U l v l D JC £\ , 10,100. SUMHARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.-Forccaat for Sunday and ' Monday: , „ Vlrglnia-Rain • bunday und probably Monday; fresh c-afit wlnrls. North Cnrollim-Ualn S'indny and probably Monday; colder Monday In west portion; fresh oast to' southeast -winds, After' a- delightful lia -V rain began to full last uifjht, and tho Kmpomturo grew d6eldc-dly inoro chilly, nain to-.: Uy ft ml to-morrow Iti predicted by ! tho Wcathei Bureau. .y STATE -OF THE THERMOMETER. ft A. M i? 12 JI '• ij: CP. M .— S tp. m ,52 i P. M 4,54 ,5 12 midnight -_^ 7Jlghest tt-mpcraturo yesterday 5G Lowest tempf-raturo yestt-rdny « M"e».rj temperature ycßterday »J Xormal temperature for I'6b-.... *J Departure from normal temperature., v ■Precipitation during past 2t hours.. C MINIATUUITTVLMANAC^ fan rises.... 7:01 1 HIGH TIDE. 3un sfcts S:!S I Morning 7:o' Moon rises. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

- Uie wStnrsß went on n» beforo nnswprinjf qticnt.lnim without. <wd. ADJOURNED UNTIL WEDNESDAY. Ailrr this witnofis finally loft tho stand the oommlttoo went, into a diseiissiou of plans foT f»tur« work, Tho <lpfpii!«n avus done and tlio rebtiUAl wnn tli« tiling noxt. In order. Tlio prosnciitioti linrl tin rebuttal vritneacs tit. nnni nnd a roocf>s van rjccessnry. Aftor stftt etnent-s from either side It \vas flnnlly tlotcrminpd to Bdjourn until Wcdnrsdny evening norA, B.t 8 o'clock. At Lhnt time Iho rebuttal ■will begin. Jtidgo Looip thinks he will got through with it in one dnv, but Mr. Strode i» doubtful. Twenty subpoenas havo been allowed them. With the announcement of the "committee ciune tho scattering of the forces in nil directions. Tho throng which throughout the investigation has crowded the hull suddenly melted jv\<-ny. Couiiec] for ciUier side hurried out of town. Jud.ce CnnipWU hinisrtf went hack nt once lo Amliorst to attend ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

"1 don't know anything about their po"When tlie warrants apalnst Day «une up to your court, you rofuaod to alt In tho oases?" "Tost, sir." "You Invited Judsro Irving, to nit, didn't you 7" "I did." "Kow often had you tnvlled .Turlgo I»vliik licfoiev "About tlircfl tlmM," "Why dla you jink Jtidßo I^ovlnff?" "Well, sir, ir you want to know It, my reason was this; Jiiilro living had ruled In sonio whiskey eiwcs In Nr>lgon, nnd his decisions had pleased snnw of the kickers In tiny county. I wiuited to BatlHfy theso pnoplc, so I called in Judga Lovlnn to try Day. Moreover, Judge Lovltiß had onco invlteil mo to sit In tho trial of his brother." "Judgn Lovlnff declined to sit In tho liny ciiso, didn't lie?" "He did. I ,' "Did you know of nny other Jtulfrc mitBldo of yourself who won personally more Irlondly to Mr. Day?" "1 knew thoy wore friendly, but not to that ext.-nt. Judge Loving: declined to •ervo, bo I invited JudKO Adams." TOOK A KI3CKSS. Chairman Soutliall pulled out hi...

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