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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

lv_/- ?ljc ?e?ittg Pettis. |j|| , VvH^NOW^.-_ ?" _ROANOKE, VA., TUKSDAY EVENING FEBKUAKY 10. 1903 1>RIf K~()N ROANOKE NEW r- . i o /_ i? ?11 smaii sums But | They Come Easy ~ BROWN AND COX .. a ' * li Prominent Grocer and Hotel !, Man Successful Guessers !i in Florodora Contest. * K-Started toJThrow His K Prize Away ? . n - : ?rl lVcember th" Fiona lor a Tag w Company. of (New York, large -manu- c< - fin mi rr? of cigars, tobacco, etc.. Issued ti ' e^rgulmv in which cash prizes* trains- o Igtf from $?"> to |."?.(KH> and aggregating >, were offend to persons guess- o lug the nearest number of cigars under the tax of $3 per thousand that r< would t?e hold during the month of t: Dec wilier, lt*>2. by the Amerkan To- it bacco Company. t! Very little attention was paid to it. ic as' it was lookej upon as?the usual ? -f fake fidivrtLsements seen every day of ferlniz Jnrae amounts of mon.v u.-hl< h w I ...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

K VWfhtVlLLE ITEMS. W ' False Reports Against Judge JackE ?A Marriage. JWfrtherUk1. 10.- -Special.?The report L J?- ia .olrotrUu ton in certain po^ioivsoT p ' 'the especially 1n Richmond*. that (Hp*- Jut%e R. C. Jackson. of the Fifteenth I j%- circuit, roted against Congrear nun: Rbw mi the last election, 1* w 1 thou: F foundation; 1* untrue. , This report hM been used in Richmond in nti ef^ tort to get the legislature to wons at (tor the-dfctton Judge Jackson Bjf'i '' Why ?iK'h a report should Tutt IBi-artfyi nip personal and inti;n:H< friend* of Judge Jackson at Ms U$:r. here ere at a Ior* to know. Thfca evening (Tuesday) at 0 o'eiAfet at U?e home of the bride-to-be. on .\U$nroe street !n this place the ti tpr.als Of Miss Alice O.xervhain with T- Atkins will take place. The re-.-, ajon^r will be solemnized by the iv? tor of St. ^ohn> Ivpisoopai < bi;n h. Ror. kr I-ognn. uinl wilt _l*e wltn< s^. .k by a fpw personal frien.it: of the wn-. ...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

I' CARMACK charges WHOLESALE MURDER i i Common Won't Bear ^ ? Tnyesiipartoin i CRITICISES THE PRESIDENT ; I ' ' '. 'i 1 ? ; i For Seemine Iznorance -Root a , "Noble, Generous and Humane ( Man"?Mormon Skeleton ( Brought Out Again. ; Washington. !*' I). ?In the Svnt?;'i i today Mr. Carmark spoke <>tr fib* "Raw- j Hits resolution infllni; on tin* seen - i tar*of war for proceedings In certain 1 courts martin'. He charged that nirr-, c der* In the Phitlppfnes l>> Airrehin ^ >olJi< r? h.ul I so common tin' they would n!>t bear investigation and > that this at : v.vr was entirely -atisfn.? f tory "to o':i noble. gent ton- an I hit- J mane set -rotary .if war." He also orltI ieised the ;>v ' b ' t for "t|. M'!' havu.; j 1 heard of tin* t'ap'ain Urowneil case j c after bnvinc announced his intention I j ?>f probing < rimes In the Plfi lip pine*." The best army thtit ever ...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

P"he Even B^RMh?oi ii ? :? PUtUSNCO EVERY ( Rt* |s Roanoke No -JL _ BOTH PH< t'pS Itm' '4 r ? j lp WEATHER?Forcant for Virginia: ROANOKE. YA TI ESH. WORK OF STRI1 If*:- ? It wlH be a treat pity it the present Alike arbitration oommLssian disitWHl without accomplishing some permanent and perceptible good, but it fe not readily apparent how it is t-j ICldeve this end. It may .make repOOUDewdaUons to congress which, if trrM oat. would serve to curb to one extent the grasping greed of capital, hot that is not the only evil thnt he Iwreetigations haveYUeveloped. To Ma?? to every other?question there IS two sides, and the second seems ?a susceptible than the first to leasts thre control. 'Whew the investigation of the wmMl?low brought out the stories of Bid-winter evict ions, and of mere lads tailing without recompense to pa> off the rewt debts due the company by fcllWBS 1 Milnl l|i its employ, the pub'.KIt TO?tnrally shuddered at the hardleartek?ess of the millionai...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

r TIOJUWMEKIUS 1,000 (Continued ifrom- first page.) man-of-war Calabria, accompanied th^ French v easel a on their errand of mercy. As tho supply of fresh water and food was exhausted by the storm ! it, is feared that many more Uvea be last before the relitf ships can arNrtra. - As far as 1h known eight white perclnSag^ha thww^w'ere^S^camF^ r.rander. IN. P. Phvnkett. of Oakland, Cal.; :T. D. Connolly.. iormerly-a freeman ot the steamship Australia, ana the local gent of C. Coppenrath, a merchant of Papete. An unknown white woman committed suicide frprn fright. As the Islands were barely twenty feet above sea level and were not anr rounded by coral reefs, it was necessary for all the inhabitants to tnk?s to the cocoanut trees when the tidal wave began to cover the land. These trees grow to an immense' height, many reaching an altitude of .100 feet. AH of the lower trees were covered by the raging seas, which swept with pitiless force about them. The natives In the taller trees were s...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

If ARGUMENTS BEFORE m COAL COMMISSION Attorneys for Mlners^Openiag TodayT* rE^UNJONIST FEARS SCABS ">K- JLast Summers strike Waterloo ot } Capitalistic Absolution Baer Mfv'? - Brought fo His Feel-by ? Speaker's Remark. \ K.,, "Philadelphia. Fclr. - Nrgitmrnts found agalnu.t the dtmuudi^of the unio.:. mrtfcmcite, mini* worfcrrs. which w;!l continue before tlio coal strike coinK&'"" mission for the next sixdnys. was b> R-'. ? Run today when the minors, thrum:!. Danlol J. McCarthjvof H?ix:e;o'n. tna-igTT the opening argument. II.- was followF- "*> id by former Cdnisrewsnian Mninn. o;. ?" - MtnersvHle. who mud" o !t"inral arg i BSf - mcnt. and Henry Uoniup^t I.. I.hiyl. Kr^-r ol nhlcjacc, who confined j.-s . rr.u ts K : hwi tjtwWttm of ^*-e???U.rott **? yv-u_ ? :i ^trado agreement. ?=C"! . P , The operators will begin their nrK gumeut tomorrow, eontinning thru1 ? days and closing wltTi George K. Bae.\ R;'. president of the Reading Company. 1 ...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

. L 1 ~ 1 ~ I ... . u ,..U. 4 St ~ ..,rr WHAT" 'IHL AIIIJ.KU in . PWt) TH+: MM <i y;it B In yoBterdUy's puzzle Tom may la* four Bk-turn as base.?Ho then Is in the lower i: feaw-ji.i.i...... I MUNYON'S | B Witch Hazel Soap f 10c per CakeHere. ? B5) We have the largest a I Hot Water p . AND OT I Rubber I Bft to be seen in the st; * lKJUght direet from tl B?) Insuring fresh and rel I Wo do not handle : | 1 lots that have deterlt All BOTTLES GIT Ah ) ONE YfcAR, SOME 1 I - . TWO YEARS. You [ Holdfast Stopper Rot most satisfactory bottl K ^ sold?the stopper is a Mas Dhn 1 lla ( ?f-p Convenience, Qea Brillianc N The Electric Light is th doubt at all about it's being thei * * ? -1. *??-??? p?u1 iii uic uir& tor maicnes an the key, it's dark. Simple, C-i - ... ,;/ / V FOR ESTIWi Wiring Yoi SEE I W. E. WOLI No. 132 Campbell Area VI I life; MILL l\AS H AI N' IK I)" f .TOO. " . 1 f- - > a t n 1 id by using the upper part of the C tart to the left of the speaker...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 February 1903

urcn uficucn pinTuce ! IV L-LL nHdllLU ULUIIILJ That's the swret of oar saeceas. No I 1 BR-- fo:>*kcn mutter is left in.fabric to mar { . th<- finish. ? t - _ A.l 'druses of work up"treated try'' ' sp?s"ta!ly skilfert fti thesr line, k;. , This insure* rcsnlis not attainable in 1 *j. any other way. | ? Radford Steam Laundry i j solU-Jta the work of particular people. "We know how to please. F a small quantity 0f j' Mixed Nutf left Over "While they last they will go at i lOcts.a Pound | HUNTER & CO. j THE .GROCERS. H ! 1 Cor. Salem ava. and Commerce 8L j t . W. S.and J. B. GREEN WAY . j It la quite en easy matter to decide C IF why we are selling more Heaters ar.,1 p Cook Store? than our neighbors, an 1 ! you will" see "at ti glance when you i E .; compare ohr prices. We have an e!e- | j lan supply of. nickel alarm 1 { P" " clocks, and lurnlture for the rich and j ( H&' ' ' the poor. Some Christmas Toys at hall*! price. Amonns Knitting Ya...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

I" ' 8^ltf jfii i ':' VOL. tt, NO H7. '- '- "" ~ HOANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 11, 1903. PRICE UUE UlN^^I HIGH DEATH RATE ON C. & 0. Norfolk & Western Takes Second Place X. RAILROADS PROSPERING In the house of delegates on Saturday copies oY the a'nnuul rejiorl of the railroad commissioner were on every desk. General Hill's report is statistical In great part. Some of the totals are these: Traekagiv** Virginia. 4.V.M miles. Gross editing ami income. $9S.t;tiS,1*22 Operating oxpensi>s. etc.. $t>8.028.74.V lnterejt, $16.9 17.GIT. CasutJaieti: Number killed. 174; hi Jured. i?43; passengers killed. ;i; passengers injured. 83; employes klHed. 49; employes injured.*" 663. Thirteen persons were killed on the -> ChesnbeuV^ nnd Ohio, twelve on the Norfolk and Western, three, an the Richmond. Fredericksburg and Poto.. mac. nine on the Southern, four on the Atlantic Coast Line, anil one on the Seaboard Air Idle. Another goes i...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

pMINERS' UNION IS DENOUNCED R fton4TttiriiuBffi^ f as Being Fomenter of Crime | and Anarchy. METHODS OF THE UNION inppt<u iu oc l^Av^uiiiici y /-vuApico r' to Degrade Intclligent Labor and Crush Spirit, Hope and Ambition. I'hjhtdclphia. Feb. 1". Tin- I lit Mice Workers of America, as art 'organisation, was severely s. ured by counsel lie fore the anthracite (?>ni Strike commission. Tic uon-irnkm men through their attorney, John lamahan. presented tlteir snle of t controversy ami demanded consider t tion at the hands of tlie eomuussiou < la:ruing the legal r:ulit to earn a lu- IIhood as they might e'o t without Ui-. T <-onsont or dictation of tnc union.. i?u ing his presentation of the case Mr. ben ibun denounced the union a> i . fOrnentcr of crime and anariiiy. Mr. Leuahan, in iiis atgunnr.i. serial three propositions. lb sinimj'ted that the commission must ht.d tht United Mine Workeis rcspotjsibl tor the violence and other umaw...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

STEAM* MED1ANA f RUNS ON A REEF Bl* Boat Filled With Excursionists Complete Wreck n~. in- Bermudas. ?? l Hamilton, Bermuda, Feb. 10.? The Quebec Steamship Company's steamer Madi&na. Captain Frazier, which sailed I" from New Jfork last Saturday with a -iMnrtv of excursionists for a sneclai I cruise around the Caribbean Island, went ashore on the reef off this island at 3 o'clock this morning. The pussen-gera had a thrilling experience. The ship is a total loes. but all on board were rescued and brought safely to land after a perilous trip in life txuits, from the wreck to a tug standing n>s mile off. The mails and the passengers' baggage ulso were saved. According to statements made by those on boatd. the Madiauu was threading her way in the night through the narrow channel between the coral reefs which lead to Hamilton harbor when she struck a reef, one and a half miles northeast of North Rock. No explicit information is yet forthcoming as to how the vessel We...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

ft" he Ever m " PUBLISHED EVERYJ . ??. him" IRSSS m?m ** K. WEATHER -Forcast for Virginia: day. preceded by rain in extreme > b| 4 _ roalS'oke. va.. weiani: Wffljz rt'KINLEY AN) K-- . The. re^nt utteram ee of a New Kn1 ^ gluJ journal to the olfwt the Pr?*sif t dent Mkdviniey appoints more negroes f fe. to office Sa the south than Mr. ltooscKt welt, without creating any outcry from hK""thal section, leads the Washington k r^oet to remark that <: was dn>- to the K. fact that Mr. McKioley did not mak" Hp?tUa appointments in on offensive man1. ?er. throating them in over the jm K teat of the beat people in the rommtinities, aad it also adds that he gut very (" I clone tof"the soothern heart in his ref? Ihwrencee to the Confederate dead. f k' The dret part of the Post's exultation ils not born? out by The Tacts In rh Caae.tmt the second Ik more than sufficient to aocotmt for thg._ dlfferenc oompiainod of bv Its* New England contemporary. President McKinle...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

MIlKE S EXfEUES raits u Apprmf Bp tki f' City Ciiull ' st of accounts approved by council, irary 10. 1003: criminal ,CHARGKS. T. Neal, lunacy case 1.00 -^Thomas, llinacy caee .. 2.00 rT 1(6*1. 1 Unary caae- .. uuo. v, Tboma*. lunacy case .. J.iy L Branch, lunacy case .... 2.53 r? neai, inuacy case . l.OU Harwell. lunacy case 2.5u* V Downey, lunacy case .. 2.5) 7. Neal, lunacy case 1.04) I. Downey, lunacy case .. 2.50 , Dodow. lunacy case 2.50 Michle Co., New York, w book , . . 5.00 1 I 29.00 FIRE. fax A Bell, supplies ....$ 1.15 Tiers' Supply Co.. supplies 15.75 C. 'Andrews & Co..supplies 21.00 Witt, supplies 2.1T> e A Chick, supplies .... 2.22 inlay, shoeing ' 3.50 l. Rhodes. shoeing 2.05 . Hammersly, feed ...... 90.29 ta?by A Bro. Co.. repairs M 4.95 on Machine Co.. repairs. . 1.50 *glli Bros., supplies . 7.20 lelina Callahan, nozzles .. 40.80 erlal Brush Co.. suppllea~-r 9.50' lewell Fire Alarm Tel. Co. 5.00 . Bowman, salary . ,-r-.. 55.00 .. Baan, salary 5...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

K UEETINO OF I CITY COUNCIL E'pi:. Office of Auditor Abolished *Sr - ~Baari-fl^^re CommIs' K- -r , sioners Elected. 5 t WINGATE MUST FEED COLT > Proposition to Reduce Salary Chief Ir ire lycparuiiciii aiuhiu iui Improvement of Streets and Sidewalks. The regular monthly meeting of tlo City Council was held last night in the Circuit Court room, with tlo-^CollowJng members answering to the" call ?>;' Hr.: ^ the roil: *>" Antrim, Coleman. Donaldson, Hart - J. Q. Hough. J'. W. Huff. Mitttirhdu Pifee' Rennet. Dg. Rchwah. Selfirt Shiekel, Wilkinson and the 1'p s ! ru, The reading of the minjit*.- wis Jit !*" pensed with and approved as recorded MAYOR'S MESS At IK. The elerk announced that he had r? reived a -message from the Mayor. which was read and ordered filed. (The message appears on another :>ag? in today's News ) REPORT OF CITY ENGINEER. The annual report of the City Engineer for -the year 1901-01'. being a tab^_L. * . ulated statement of ...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

ItJs1 , * -SAY. TUKY SOM<ESBODY'S GONE AN I PAI I?." CAN YOI ' In jWtepday'a puzzle, by usins the ti apparition may be found reflated in vlnced the miller, who may lie .found t Bide as baso*. IT MUNYON'S I f Witch Hazel Soap M 10c pefCake Here. H aX9??ds)????0( W H ? Wf have the largei II Hot Wate I . and ( II Rubber | to bo seen In the J | iKJUitht direct from H R insuring fresh and \V*e do not hand lota that ha\re det H S All BOTTLES OU ON'K YBAR, SOM1 ffi TWO YEARS." Y< z5 Holdfast Stopper most satisfactory tx sold?the stopper i \ \ Ma | Ph; JL^ |? i Convenience, Qe, " D.Jrtl* unman The Electric Light is doubt at all about it's being tt fumbling in the dark for match turn the key, it's dark. Simpl ? L\ FOR ESTU -Wiring Yo W. E. WOL -No. 132 Cgtm^cfl At ' ' 1 STOIVK MY AX ACS'D WNNETtL* KIND THEM? ipprr part of the pdcture as base, an the water. 1t was this which ron^ n the lower corner, using the right ==== JI I it assortment of ? ir Bottles ? DTHER | ( ) Go...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 February 1903

r- WmW*SHEOmm That'l?~Hin pri | ?<t of ntir autH'e*#. No 1 foreign itinH^r l? |*f| i|t fabric to tour 1 thr ftttlnh, All rlimwit of moiK wf?? by thuw* *|kvI?!!) nktliivl itt tlo.ir ln\>', This Imoirr# truulip ooi ,?tulo.?H.' in Jt M ?< li HV t I Radford Steam Laundry ollcttM the Work ttf ? DO NOT FORGET 1 TO CALL AT OUR STORE and noourn nti I Hind rated CO< ?K BOOK KKKK Malta-Vint dom*. castration is In iiroKwaa, HUNTER & CO. TMW OHlM'Hft. Cor. ialam av* and Common* 8U W. S. and J. B. GREEffWAY . It la quite an <**y to tit*-14* Wli/ m* ar* i-> liii ji lU'Mo llwtiertt Mini ; - - Cook itovwi thnit ottr, it*ltihl?ur*, Mat jrou will wo nt m glMlM* whtn you HMMi our prlrwtv W* Kara au ala-jj Rmn supply or rightly picket tiisom ( - clocks, unit furniture tor the rich ??>! i i. 4 the poor. Dome Ofcrlatmse Toy? at h?lf i g.F Mire. Aironne Knttitm Yarn to ?>c?t , > ' fee t W. S. Gre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

'^*ia ^ "' jj ~?r - "**"?^v*- , * f ' \! ' * - '" '" ? - - -W' <m.^ ' H V : v ite':1P#PteISiS:;sii | -y ..... ?? ..... . - ' Ti iL" , ". * , . I i|'j t / ,< I .rfi i . I'l'. lit I .1 I ^ ^ I I . I ' II - VUI..6, NOKK^ -? ; . ROANOKE, VA., TliURSDAY-EVBNINQ FRtiRl.fARY 1? 1?W - ' RACE SUI' IS A Families Show a Decrease BAD BIRTH RATE Roosevelt's Denunciation Has Stirred Statisticians And a Government Statement is Called For?Steady Decrease in Fifty Years __ Wttshlnxytt^a,- -geli 14k-^Koo?cvfk'a denunciation of "rute auiVrd "," through a letter to Mre. Marie 'Van Vorst, author ?>f "WVjrman Who Tolh?." which will be published Saturday, hua .stirred everybody In Washington to micfe an extent that today a statement of ttoe Interesting subject from government, OTBuaucme was called for upon the subject of marriages and famjlle*. The arvrag* alsa of tHnrlHea In the United . States, It Is shown, depressed stehdlly in the last ftftj yean. The largest birth rat...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

p DISASTER IN U. S. | STEEL CO. MINE K. two Lives Lost and Ten Men ~Have Narrow Escape Bp' . From Death. Bh' , Duluto, Minn.. Feb. 11.?Two livi-a L'1 werw 4*wt uid t.'n-mon had narrow os ' r&pos as a result ot a fire in No. 3 shaft at the Spruce mine, owned by the ^ United Stales Steel t'or|K>ration. tu j* Eveleth, Minn., today. The names j? dead are: JOHN O'BRIEN, unmarried. KR-. WILUAM MATTHEWS, married. The Are was caused by the explosion a,- ot A lantern which was left near the R edge of the shaft on the swotnl leve!, HV 150 feet below the surface. Ninety !' . t deeper In the mine 13 mep . wciu. -jJ Hkt'; work in t drift which' a as being pn* Sr. througn from No, 3 t ? No. 1 shaft. Thero was no escape tor them except liy the way of No. 3. In whi< h the fir t was racing. There no ventilation for them, and they wer. in total darkly ness. the lights from their candles l?eS ing of little avail. They groped to ? the point where the drift joined th rn...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

DEPARTMENT 5 OF COMMERCE Bill Goes to President for Slgnature RewrtAjreedJo _ ; . " Without DebatS Washington. Feb 1 I.?l>m lng the discussion of the Statehood bill In the Senate today Mr. Hanna called up the conference report on the department I of commerce bill, which he presente I >esterday~aud it WS? ugreed to without debate. The bill ntiw goei to the president. Mr. Morgan, almost immediately after th<? open inn of ^he mess ion. resumed his remarks on (he Statehood hilt, but branched off on the subject of the proposed treaty with Colombia. He referred to the eqneorda of Pope Pins IX, ? which constituted a part of the organic law of Colombia, and said that th? United States Intended to put the heel ? of Ignominious contempt u|>on It. He predicted a return of the hostjlltlfjn.between the old church party in Colombia and the liberal party Taking up the ^subject of Mormon influence in polities Mr. Morgan referred to the election of Mr. Smo...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 February 1903

;The Even | PUBLISHED EVERY I t* E" ^' r~' ' - " Rowwk# R? jT" RATES = ^ ,r pn?r. T - . p~i~~. ?> Er 0*1 Ctfy BOTH PH( fe 'p-/ CBN*rial Rm?I "77 . WEATHER?Forcgst for Virginia: liv^?? RO.VNOKK. V.V. TinHSl) ABOLISHING AU1 Tl.? :ity council is des? r\ tug of ntu.-!t . praise for adopting and carr>iug out !y ' In the municipal government of (lie Sp? <*itvjk-rigid policy of rrtrjy??-ttijiont. I ho : F" _ -adoption Tuesday uigbvof-+he rnoB ] "fwrfSatioli of thd le^!ati\<- riutitnit j ?? proposing an amendment. io tin city - j charier abolishiug the auditor's KLv and imposing the work upon the rk | Sb-. of council, H was shown will pro\,. a j K Having to thf' city of about $j0o p r jr-p* year, if not more. Of <ourse. ti\e htinE? dred dollars is a mere begattello when fe- considered alone; but when it is rej; ni em be red that the finances of the ei.j I are such that, in order to get through i Rp- y the fiscal year without resorting t...

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