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

JILL A MINUTE N THE HOUSE Measures Were Not Read by THE LEE STATUE BILL Senator Daniel Says He Would Be Glad to Soo it Pass the Legislature— Fight Over Charlotte, N. C, PosioffiDe—Parcel Post. By Walter Edward Harris. fSprclal to Tbc flni«-Ul»|>ttteh.) WASHINGTON, D. Cj» Feb. II.— A largo portion of the session of the Jlousu to-ilny wil" devoted to pension bills. The Bwlou was Interesting and Instructive. Bills wore paused at the rale of nbout on« a minute. Nobody objected. Whenever a member. Democrat or Republican. rose to make a remark regarding a pending bill It was Invariably prefixed with tilt remark thut he had no Intention of opposing the measure. Opposition would. Of course, do no good. Two years ago a. Democratic member steadily opposed every pension bill that came up. Tho Republicans have never forgiven him, Ul to tills day ho Is often pointed out U the man who opposed pension bills. Thousands of dollars of the national treasure are appropriated every hour while...

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

Several carpenters, palntcrß and decorator will flnd work to do In Fulton next week, for last night was "Valentino Night nnd Friday night was Valentine Eve, Tho occasion Is looked for with unusual Interest by the; boys of Fulton, for It means a great time for them. As soon as It became dark lost night bricks and rocks of all sizes nnd shapes began to thump against the doors. Gates '•wore removed from their hinges, window blinds were broken, and comic valontlnea of every description were lodged upon tho porches of tho residents. Tho fun was kept up until a lato hour. Mr. John Shurm, a well known farmer, liacl a narrow escape In a runaway accident Thursday. In which, he received palniul injuries. Mr. Shurm was busy loading his double wagon, when tho animals attached became frightened aijd danhed off at a lively gait. Mr. Shurm attempted to stop tho team, and In so doing he was thrown to the ground and tho heavy wheels of the •vvagon passed over his body. He was a»BiEted to his homo an...

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

301 E. Broad St. (Oor. 3d.) A WEEK OF STRIKING IMPORTANCE TJiird week of our February Clearance Sale. Another deep cut- in prices. Not a pair ■will be carried over if low prices will make things go. Chlldron's Shoos, sizes 6 to 8, nil solid, good, honest wearers! regular prices from 50c. to Jl, *-* - /l - Children's Shoos, worth from ?I.M to $I.U. tnken off of tho hlKli prlcwl racks; sizes S 1-2 to 12; styles K(jn to suit both boys nnd girls.... «-'"«•' 300 pairs Hoys' Shoes, slkos 2 1-2 to 5 1-2, J1.25 irrade, two styles— (JQ^ sntlti calf and box grain O^L. Ladles' Shoes, only a fow On, pairs loft, nt OVC 10) pnlrs of I^ndlcs' Shoes, tho $2.00 jui<l ?2..W btxuUi. sizes brolion, (J» J T>Q styles (rood «5) *■ *■&" Ladles' Hlph Orado Shoos, small slzos; tho newost shapes at less than tho raw matori.il c I fiti. cost '. 4>1.V0 Ladles' Han<l-niado Bhocs, in I?ox Calf, Mat KM. "JOpal Kid," Fat. Kid and, Vicl Kid; sizes 1, 1 1-2, 2, ...

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

EISPENSARY AT BOYDTON Earnest Letter from a Number of Prominent Citizens. THE SYSTEM A FAILURE - Evil Results of the Institution at BoydtonJDescrlbed by Those Who Have Accurately Seen Its Working at Close Range. (Special to Tho Tlmei-Dlgpatch.) BOYDTON, VA. ( February 14.-To tho editor of Tho Tlm«a-Dispatch : In your Issuo of Sunday, tho first Initant, thoro appeared an article from JJoydton pronouncing tho dispensary a ffrand success. <Th!s article, as tar as wo undoretood it, referred to tho dlßpensary from the standpoint of business only. Viewed from this standpoint alone, tho Institution luifl been successful. It has brought a good revonuo to tho town of Boydton trad has added something to tho coffers y>f tho State. ' It is managed by men ot character and fine business ability, and Is as thoroughly respectable as an Institution of Its kind could be. In its high respectability and orderliness tho great dagger of tho dispensary as a demoralizing agent has bee...

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

BAD WRECK ONSOUTHERN Passenger Train Runs Into Switch Near Alexandria AT LEAST TWO KILLED Engineer nnd Fireman Killed — Polic c and Wrecking Train Sent to Scene from Alexandria — One Man Said to Have Been Arrested (lly AMoolntocl PrcM.) WASHINGTON, February 14.— Train No, it;, nf the New York and Florida XxJiresa, of the i!outhem Railway, ran Into an open switch at Ravonswprth, Va., tonight. Fireman Walter Wigfflnton, colorod, was killed and Engineer T.,oma-s Purvis Is missing. So far a« known none of the passengers w«;ro seriously Injured. The body of the fireman wjis recovered, It is thought the switch was (.'impend with for tho pur peso of wrecking ti.e train. Tho switch llpht was missing ami tho lock gom>. A man who ran into the stntlon at Burkes, two miles south of Ravensworth. and told of tho wreck, was delalned as a suspect. His actions were those of a domejited miui. ilia name Is unknown. The train consisted of three ftleapers, fl. mail car nnd a baggages car. Onl...

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

THEN IF IT IS < PIAHO YOU WILL SELECT * IS IT A PIANO PLAYERI IF SO YOU WANT A '" PIANOLA STEINWAY KNABE HARDMAN STANDARD KiMBALL HAINES SALES ATTEST ITS SUPERIORITY "Our name synonomoua with reliability."* I WALTER D. MOSES & CO. 103 E. BROAD STREET, It will pay you to call on us or wrlto to us for catalogues. VIRGINIANS IN FLORIDA Sideboards In Towns and Seaboard Between Them. OLD-STYLE HOSPITALITY Virginia Editors Had to Shift from Winter Overcoats to Their Last Summer Suits, but They Enjoyed the Change — A Good Time. (Spedal Correspondence Oi The Tlmes-Dlapa-tch.) Bt. Augustine, Fla., Around the Comer from the Ponce do Leon, February 11, 1903. Thoso editors they packed their grip*. All on a winter's day. And put therein their comb and brush, And southward aped away. N And to the land of pine and palm They came by Seaboard train, And liked the trip bo very much ■ They vowed they'd go again, From snow and Ice to sunshine and flowers, from your winter overcoa...

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

MOTHER'S WEEK AT THE TYLER STORE. THIS week is originated in tho interest of mothers — to let them know tho vnluo and quality of tho store's offorings. Apparel for the hoys at prices that will prove a revelation to you in clothing them, Each day wo will offer a special in boys' woar at a ridicuously low price. BOYS' AND ' CHILDREN'S New stylos in Sailor Blouse, Norfolk Sailor and Double-Breasted Suits of all-wool cheviots, well mado and triinm,cd. Jacketa braided with soutache and guaranteed to wear, worth $3.00, at SUIT ©1.98 BOYS' SUITS in all-vool sorgo and Scotch cheviots, spring weights, thoroughly well tailored, gM -<\ made in two and three-piece double-breasted J7| <t styles, sizes 6 to 16 years ff^\^*^ff^ f SPECIAL FOR MONDAY. Mother's Friend Shirt Waists, laundered, with separate collars and collars attached. You know tho kind , *jf^ Julian W. Tyler, gg ts£jt $£j? T IMMIGRATION TO NOTTOWAY People From All Parts of the World Settling in and At out Crewe...

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

v AUCTION SALES-MONDAY. By -A. Hi, AOntmion, K.oo) Katato Auctioneer, Manchester, Va, AUCTION BAM 3 OF A VERY ATTRAGTIVE VAUANf LOT, CORNER. Oy I'OHTRU AND SIiTVBNTII STlUffffiTS, MANCHESTER, VA. At tho request of tho owner, who nan flotormlned to dlsposto ot this proporty, I will sell a,t public auction, cvi tho premises, on MONDAY, THE IGTH BAY OF fiobhuahy; iooa. at 4:15 o'clock P. M., tho al>ovo I>DT, fronting 130 root on tho west slilo or Sovontli Streot, at tho corner of Portor Btreot; depth 110 feet. A eplodndld opportunity oC sotting ono of tho best lota In thn city at a bargain. TiariMS— Announced at sale. A. U ADAMBON. Auctioneer. By Tho Valentino Auction Co,, 012 East Brond Streot. LAHOES AUCTION BAJ/EJ OF HOUSEJHOL.D FURNITUnra, TO-MORROW Monday) MORNINO. FHnnUAJIY lGth. at 10:30 o'clock, wo will noil at our auction ware-rooma, No. 612 E. Broad Street, a Innro lot or Houbohold Furniture, viz. : 10 kooA Bed-room Suits, 25 Pino Oalt tvnd Walnut Odd Be...

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

AT POINT OF STAGNATION Transactions on Stock Ex* change Were Very Limited. SELLING WAS RELAXED Prlco Movement Without Significance. There Was Some Evidence ofSupport in Group, Notably In Gould Stock— Bonds Declined. <T.y .Vasnelntod t'ri-as. 1 ) NEW YOIUC, Feb. H.— Trafllng approached noar the level of stagnation In the stoclt market to-day. It was not until tho last half hour of the session that the ilrst aalo In cither Supar or Manhattan was recorded. Up to that tlam there had been only one or two transactions In United States Steel. Tho movement of prices In such , a market can luivc little flKnillcanco, unless of a negative chnracter. The selling pressure which was notable yesterday relaxed to-day, and lit ore was oven some evidence of support here and there, especially In tho Gould Srotip, in vhlch was Wubash preferred, which wns lifted nearly a point. General Electric rose further on nlloijod expeclations of benpllLs to stockholders to accrue from the purchase of th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

WILTED ON FOUR ACES 7J Hot Game of Draw Poker That Runs In Staunton. BETTING ON BIG HANDS A Player Who Won for Fifty-One Woek in tho Year and Had a Balance of Throe Thousand at tho End of tho Year. (Prom en Ocorwlonal Correspondent.) U'tAITNTON, VA.. Feb. 14.-My friend Be.vHe, iv b'p is in uutjln»n>» here in Btnunlor, U n Jolly companion, a voluablo convoroallonnllst and nearly alv/ay» has nomcthlne Interesting and tn»truerlv« to Ml. Therefore I pricked up my euro «.nd listened jattentlvoly when I heard him imy to gome ono In a placo vlicro I happened to k troll: "One-half tho world don't know what tho other half la doing, anyway, Now, to UlUßtrato thin, whun I finish, telling j-oi: about a big CJwno of draw p.ikor, which run.-i full-bla.u steadily tight hero In Staunton— of Vthose nxistence I'll bet you live dollars osalnst a (finger ciiko you have no ldear-you will bo astonlsnui." You may ba sure that this excited the Interest of every on», and all proßont CiUhcrod arou...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

ONE GENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash in Advance r;:LP wanted— male. BRICK-VAHD FOUEMAN WANTEDj capahlo of nvnrliauJiiiK plflit nil tnkIliU (Milire chai-Ke. Address HUGH O. VUSDuN, i^Hwrunepvllle, Va. WA.NTHJD, MEN AND BOYS TO WORK on our nuiMTlrs. Apply at Nursery. lAkoitiile electric line. W. T. HOOD (i. CO. WANTED. MEN WITH KIO TO INTROliuce Mur.nrcli Poultry Mixture; J2O •neeltly nrul txpcnpi-s; year's eontrfu'ti woeltl pnv. Address, with BtuNiv, MONARCH' MITi, CO.. Box ISM, SijiUikft'M, 111. .wanted, traveling salksmkn to sell Ulu«-rlarne Oil Stoves to dealers In VirKinlii and North Carolina. Addre.">» by letter, klvljir references, B, V. O, S., faro thlO>fflce. WANTED, HAIVNESSMAKERS; GOOD ■wbkce and alendy work; UHnsportiitlon advanced; no labor trouble. Addr*s« I^OKWEN'STKIN & SONS. Charluton, AY. V«. BICVEN CASH PRIZE PHOYEJtD CONTEST TO-JiAY. WANTED — SALESMEN; SPHCUL ability counts. Commission proposition ■worth £3.000 to Js.o&am...

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

. _HELP_WAWTED~MALE. OIGAR SALfIJSASoN - ■ WANTED; iipi lonijn unnoceaaary; «ood tjiiy. KMANlllgr^ CO,, KtHtlon ".l"' Now York. HUKANCK CO., ffilkhurt, Ind.. InaUted norßons CO to S4; dovcntcriii yearn la JhUßlnos: liberal eonira.cts to ngoiitw, MALE] WANTEU-'WO IU-TTn OFFICE, BY Inl telllKent hoy not iifroM of work. Address ■'WORK," cairt Tlmcs-Dlßpa-tch. Room 17, WANTKO-A POSITION ~"s CLERK. mocninlßt or aaslata.nti younK man will fflve ten dollars for name, MACHINISa*. caro thla office. WANTE Ii-iV y'iuua iVfTWIT;Cwa boy Just from school, pwlLlon of any kind. Adajps«liOY. «iro. this offU-o. BOARDERS WANTED*!! WANTED-BOAIIDU'RS FOR TWO DEllphtrul connfotlntr front rooms, i>«oond floor; nlrso Bpcclftrvntcs for tiihlo board, era. No. 200 Enat Pnmklln Street. fbli SALE, FOR SALE— LAUNDRY, OUOCJ3R ANT) Butcher Wn-Bons. now und spconil-ha.r.d, nt W. C. SMITH'S, No. 3U North Fifth Street. FOR SALE-A SECON-D-ITAND PHAETON. PONY DIUYS nnii RUBBER. TIRED SI.'HRKY, at unoClftl ho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

HEAVY WEEK JUST AHEAD Legislature to Have Up Tax Bill and Annexation. INSURANCE BILLS UP Measuras of Messrs. Bruce and Sale Sot for Hearing Thursday— Ostr.o. paths Again To- Morrow Night. Many Oilier Matters. Tlere Is a. big week ahead for tho lawmakers of the State ln both branches of tfce Gaaaral Assembly as well as ln tho various committees. The.ro are two matters pending before th» Senate of sweeping moment, and tlity will require much time ivtfore they are disposed of. One Is that relatlnp to the mode of annexing propetry adjacent to cities and totvns, and the other the bill of Senator Sale, creating a Department of Insurance. Th« former Is now being considered as a. sptclal order, and the latter will come up shortly ln Its regular order. These subjects ara both of widespread Interest to the people, axd many speeches will be beard before they are finally disposed of. Cm the House side there aie many Important matters up. The special order Is the g«ner»J tax law, and its conside...

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

EIOHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBKUAEY 15, 1903.

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

Little ti'aits of great men tell us They are human creatures, too. A. J. Caasatt, president of the Pemveylvania, -who. is forcing a. hole under, tho ihis railroad, likes a. horse better tboa Hudson , into l^ow York for the. Usa, of anything else in the world, but his tastes «re so catholic and . his . information so varied that he is able to mako himself Interesting ou almost any topic. He Is one of the , charter members of a certain swell dining club In Phil adolphio— that town is .famous for. such . organizations—whose methods, though vastly more Interesting, remind one . of , a progressive euchre party. Every member must attend every dinner, or be fJied, and each must invite one guestrrno more, or less. There are twenty-one mombcrs. ajid Uius a fully attended dinner is always served to fortytwo. Often the number is less, but tho club's round table is so cunningly devised that it can bo made Just largo enough for whatever number, draws round It. When ail are seated, each guest Is ...

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

MR. DOOLEY ON THE CARNEGIE -HOMER CONTROVERSY It's turrble, th' way mo frlml Andhrow Carnegie hofl been Jumpln on IComor," nald Mr. Dooley. "What Homor?" asked Mr. llonnesfly, "Homer, the potc," said Mr. Dooloy. "Haa Andhrow beon ronstln' him?" aakod Mr. Honnessy. j "Mo has," Bald Mr. Dooloy. "He's been glvln' H to him good. It's nil up I with Homer. No wan will print lilh stuff army moro. Ho'll bo goln* 'round a porno und her hln ar-rm fr'm newspapar to nowspnpor thryln' to sell It. Thoy'ac a man wants to fine ye,' cays th' (,fllco boy. '\V hat's ho like?' eaya th' editor. 'He's an ol' baldheaded man with long will-alter. 1 ) nr.'. dm-essed In a table cloth. I tnlnk lie's blind, f'r ho was led in be a dog on a sthrlng,' says he.' Oh, It's on'y ol' Homer., say» th' idltor. 'Toll him I'm busy, ho says. Carnnygle has busted him. People will Ulk about him fr'm now on as th' fellow that ("Jarnayslo threw Into th' fire. "'Twill bo a hard blow to Hogan. 1 Jilver r-read annythlng that Home...

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

i Puncing a Useful Experience and Panacea for Many Physical Ills By KATHERINB MORTON (.Copyright, 1903.) tycs a Woman FlexlMc, Pliant ', itscles and a Charming < Poise — Classic Forms of ; Toe-Tripping and the Courtesy. • UJIHEY move oaalest and with most . grace who havo learned to ■ ss dance. Head, nrms, hands, . 3« limbs, feet, all aro symmetrical \ pliant; and. more important still, • Ing is a panacea for many phy- ) Ills ■ , ,yno Is rouml-shouldorod perhaps. In tho dance, the shoulders must be held " back. Or the toes may turn in. Id tho [ dance the feet are turned out. Every - musclo of hips, legs, nnltlcs and Insteps ; ore oxerclsed, and tho limbs, therefore, • attain greater strength and elasticity; [ tho whole body moves with more free- • dom and acquires an added ea.se and " «race. j One can hardly bo too young to learn . tho Torpslchorean art. If a child is to ■ be trained as a ballet dancer, she is taken S . ■ a-t four or six years of age. The way ' tho little...

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

NOVELTIES HERE AND THERE By MAY MANTON. Wo aro having weather of nil sorts In DoUiam. Ono day wo a-ro breathless from Jho etrugglo with Borlns, tho noxt wo throw open our furs and bask in tho sun's V"wm rays. Ab a rosult all sorts of clothIng aro In domand. Tho cormurvatlvo /ow rofuso to mako any change una enfluro tho heat of heavy wraps on tho >varm days, holding that no other courso )s safe. Wut thcro aro many who chango ,with, tho thermometer and who, thereby, fcwell tho lists of pneumonia victims, add to Uio number of sufforors from grippe and undeniably fill tho coftere of tho physicians, but who aleo afford an opj>ortunIty to study advanco styles and who prosont to view tho first hats, the lateat thing In Jnckots and who keep tho world Df foHhion on tho alert. Furs aro still in ovldcnco, and will be for weeks to como, but 1 have seen Binart .Women gowned tn now suits of etamlno tnado with tiny Jackets wearing only Iho fur scarf or pelerine as protection....

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

The Care of the Children HTIIE following letter hns lain un1 answered in my desk until the writer doubtless hns censed to cxpoct me to notice it. The subject mntter is so painful that the communication would havo been destroyed long ngo hnd not other letters nnd stories that havo renched me from various sources led mo to believe that the enso hero given is not so uncommon ns I wns nt first disposed to think nnd to hope. Will parents whose children contribute regularly to tho family income "rend, mnrk nnd inwardly digest" what this wage enrner has to say? Do you think, after a girl hns worked hnrd eight hours n day for six days that she should corao home on pny night and hand to her mother every cent of her snlary? Somehow there seems to be something wrong, and I can't think it quite just. A certain mother I know expects her daughter to give hor all her snlary, and then sbo grudges everything the daughter asks for, oven if it is a few cents to buy some candy. Of course, the girl gets...

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

c THEY LIE IN ALIEN SOIL But Memory Still Lingers Over Graves of Confederates. WILL ERECT A MONUMENT St. Louis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy Will Beautify Alton Cemetery, Where 1306 Southern Soldiers Lie Burled. /vI/TON, ILLS., Feb. X.— Almost forty hyoars after tho Civil War tho people of Alton are co-oporatlng with tho people of tho South in tho restoration of an old Alton cemetery In which 1306 Confederate soldiers have lain forgotten all this time. These aoldlers died In the Alton Penitentiary, and wcro burled In this cemetery by tho Government. For several years aftor tho war tho- little cemetery waß kept beautiful by hands ■which strewed flowers upon tho graves. The Government sent a small amount each year for the preservation of the grounds, and they were preserved. Mounds Were Forgotten. But In Ume, the little field of mounds was forgotten. Tho flowers were no longer ■trewn; tho fences were allowed to rot, and fall; grass grew on tho mounds so entangled apd heavy that...

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