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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

A DOUBLE TRAGEDY 3"wo Youthful Romeos Are ln Trouble at Scottsville. JULIET WAS REBELLIOUS This Balcony aceno Ended With tho Herolne in Tears and Two Young Herocs Robbed of Two Hours ? f Their Play Time. (Sncclnl to Tho ?Tlmca-Plspntch.) SCOTT3V1L.LE, VA., Feb, 14.-Sprlng chlckon Is In tho alr. Tho hena are buay and nlroady thrlfty matrona wlth their "fore-handed" daughters hnvo chleken coops ln their heads and vlBlons of fluf fy ncstllnga tronplng acrosa tho yard af? tor their fussy mothcra. The drcamera slt nnd llaton wlth tholr heada up In tho clouda, whllo the hustlers Ignorc tjicm and dlscuss plans for tho fu? ture, but tho fbrmcr don't alwaya como otrt at tho llttlo end of the horn, aml they will malto up nll rlght enough and comic down to earth ngaln when tho fowla get big onough to eat. A doublo tragedy waa cnacted at tho graded achool ono day Inat week. Two youthful Romooii cmbraccd ono robolllous Jullot and got themselvca Into troublo thoreby. lt wna a aort of perverted ba...

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. — 15 February 1903

"The flowers Hint bloom In the Spring* arc arriving. In fnct, some of them have i!r< idy .arrived, for one of the beautiful things to be seen In Richmond yesterday was a Broad-Stroot window filled with white lilacs. Every pnssor-by paused to Icok at the dainty blossoms, ndmlro their giace and inhale the fragrance that seemed like a .breath from the Elyslan meadpws. Surely asphodels could lie no whit purer or sweeter than white lilacs ore. There are fashions In flowers no less than In gowns, hats and other accessories of feminine attire. Tastes this spring have turned to lilacs and. as they com? bino the Easter colors, white and green, they will bo worn by the Easter belle. Their extreme purity and fragility make them but the more desirable and, sent In white and gold baskets for mllady'H ac? ceptance, nothing In the shape of a lloral offering could moro touch her heart or win her favor for tho sender. ? pretty little legend accounts for1 the delicious perfume of the lilacs from t...

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. — 15 February 1903

THE HYPHOTIC EYE. How It Fascinates and Controls the Human Mind. WEIRD THINGS DONE UWDER ITS MYSTIC SPELL. Can You Look at It Five Minutes Without Being Hypnotized? READ THE DIRECTIONS BELOW AND TRY. If you wlsh to asccrtaln how suscoptiblc you are to hypnotic influencc, placo youraelf in an easy sittihg position and look steadily and intently at the black spot (pupil) in the centre of tho eye above for five minutes. While look Ing at the eye count very slowly to' yoursclf, one, two, throe, four and so on to fire hundred. Do not perroit your eyes or mind to wander for one moment. At tho end of five minutes, if your cyclids feol heavy or tired; if you fcel, ?llghtly drowsyj if you have a slight tingling sensation in the arms orhands; Jf you have a pecullnr sensation in the head; or if you feel during tha time an inclination to wink the eyellda, you are quito susceptible to hypnotic ln? fluence, and you should at once learn Uie scienco fof your sclf-prqtection. Tlie eye of a person wh...

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. — 15 February 1903

Society Events of the Week in Virginia Cities SOCIETY IN PETERSBURG Card Parties Have Had a Mo? nopoly This Week. FIVE OR SIX CARD CLUBS Each Club Has a Membership of From Twelve to Twenty and Each Member is Anxious to Entertain During tho Season. (Sptclnl to The TlmeS.ISi?yntch.) PETERSBURG-, VA.. Feb. M.^Card parties have again had a monopoly In society In Petersburg this week. There ara five or six card clubs In Petersburg, all of which were organized during Jan? uary. Each elnb hns a membership of from twelve to twenty nnd, as each mem? ber Is anxious to entertain during the Reason, some clubs meet two and throe times a week. There were about fifteen card partlca in Petersburg during the jiast week. Monday afternoon Mrs. R. ?. Gamble entertained one of tho clubs nt her home on Marshall Street. Mrs. J. Ed? ward Norsworthy, Mrs. W. C. Kovan, Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. Ben. Jones, Miss Salile Wlllson nnd Miss Katherine Hob? ble assisted Mrs. Gamble In receiving tho guests, who numbere...

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. — 15 February 1903

VERY DULL IN ROANOKE This Week, Howevef, the Last Before Lent, Will Be Llvely. TEA GIVEN BY MRS. BRYAN A Dollghtful Valentine Party at Falrlawn, Homo of Miss Mlnnlo Moomow. Mrs, John S. Morris' Valert tlne Party Yesterday. ItOANOKB, VA., February 14,-Soclol ly tho weok has been vory dull In Roa? noke. Thero have beon no gormons, no big roceptlona ond no big card partlea, snd tho Academy hns been dark for the week, tho only attroctlon being the war play, "Wlnehestor," to-nlght. Society poople are taking a week ot roat before the last woek beforo the Lenton season, which promlscs to be very livoly, end Ing wlth a big german by the Roanoke 'jcnnan Ciub, ? ? ? Tho most brllllant event of the week vaa tho tea given by Mra, Malcolm W, Bryan at her handsome homo, No. 1133 Nelson Street, Southwest, Wednesday tfternoon from 1 to 0. Tho house waa beuatifully and ortlstically decorated. l'he recelvlng parlor was decorated in nlgnonetto, green and white, the punch room ln pink, and tho dlnlng r...

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. — 15 February 1903

THE WJPER'S STORY. How McGarth Got an Engine. By FRANK H. SPEAJRMAN. Copyright 1903. THIS ciimn about through thoro bo? lng whlskers on Uio ralls. lt may not l>? gonerally understood tliat whlskers grow on steel ralls; curlous ns lt socnis, they fio, Morcovor, on steol mlls they aro daugorous, and at tlmeo excoedlngly dan? gerous. Do not lnfer that nll stoel rnila grow whlakars; nor in lt, os one mlght sup pose, only tho old ralls that sport thom, The youngest rnll nn tho curvo mny boast as stout a beard aa tlie oldest rail on tlio tangent, and onc Just as gray. They flobrlsli, too. in splto of orders; for, while whlskers are permltted on en glneera and tolerntcd on conrluctors. they are nevor encoiirair/xl on ralls. Nnture, however, provldes Uio whlskers, regard less of dlsclpllno, and, wliat ls moro, *hnves thom horself. Their eulture dopends on condltlons. Bome months grow better whlskers than others. September Is famous for whls Itors, while July grows vory fow, Whts Jccrs wi...

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. — 15 February 1903

For tho Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too BusytoKnow. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours HIstory-maklnjr Events In All Llnes of Actlvlty. Brlcf, Clnssified, Complcte, to Date. A Ready Refcrence Encyclopedia. Jtmerican Jtffairs* The Rochefeller Tclograms, * , On the authorlty of tho Assoelated" Press correspondent at Washington the statoment was flrst made publio In last Sundny's papers that a number of tele rrams slgnod by John D. Rockefeller. head of the Standard 011 Trust, had boen received by'several United States Sena tors In which opposltlon to any antl trust leglnlatlon was expressed and say? ing that lt must be stopped. Along with thlB statement camo an Intervlew with President Roosevelt, ex presfilng the utmost Indlgnation ov?r thla ?vldonee of attempted trust dlctatlon to tho Senate.' It was said that a copy of one of ths telegrams had been shown to him. On this accoun-t the fltory ln hellevod by some to ...

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. — 15 February 1903

Our Strongest Features WE MAKE llUYINfl ???? STI?ON11? EST FEATURE OF OU ? BUSI NI-SS. W? ARB SATISFIED-WITH Till: SAUI.LEST PROFITS. Ours is a Money-Back Store. IT'S ABSOLUTELY SA tan t? TIMOR AT A STOKE THAT wn? I.INOLY TAKES HACK IF (oil rife" MAND IT. THE PIIIIIIC CAN rPiFv IIRRI-; WITH THEI1 BYFS sh?itV IT'S SAFE. WBCMI:ERFULLVBRS FUN? THE MONEY. 'RB* Nearly a third cheaper than'any wheie. The as well as the staple cottons, are in this sale. new printed and woven fabrics Mercerized ISnglisli Oxford Cloth, in the newest this season's effect, 2 in 10-ynn? lengtlits HI 2-:V. fabrio, for 8%o. Shirting and Suiting Madras, taste fnl colorings nnd now weaves, near .vani vide, ins tenti of 10c. per ynrd, 7-%c. Yard-Wide llesrt 12%'e. Pen Island Percales, all new work, per yard, 8%c. Iipporletl Svrise, sheer summer fabric, embroidered dots, of every color, instead of 37%a, per yard, LTio. French Dimity Cords, profusely decorated with faiiltloss colui- com? binations, made lo retail for ...

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. — 15 February 1903

Unpaid) KICIIMOKD, VA., SUNDAY, FEBEUAHY 15, 1003. -' . . ' ?>--4_J___-__ -_? ' ? W> iS- Jly^V; :[?::.? A -'???:???- v'X .<& "Poor little motherless things 1"_ " Fillet them out." " They don't seem happy yet/' J L 'IMI amuse them." ^^ ? - "Gr-ur-grrr! They like it! " " They're getting playful indeed ! " *? This is too playful for ms ! % _ L? 4i Tve got to g?t out of this I " "Help! WiU.nojoneli?lpme?,"

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

J)? P? W R?? DI ri G ?V, BOV?? _?\ J ?? 5 e L F Little traite of? great men tell us They are human creatures, too. A, J. . Cassati, _ president of the Penn? sylvania, who. is forcing a hole, under tho ?his railroad, likes a. horse better than Hudson ? into Now?. York for the use, of anything -else in the world, but hie tastes ?re so catholic and. his . information so varied that he is ..able, to- make himself interesting on almost any toplp.,.. He Is one of tho .charter members of a certain swell dining club In Philadolphin^ that town Is famous for auch organiza? tions? whoso methods, though vastly inore interesting, remind one . of. a progressive euchre party. Every member must attend every dinner, or be fmed, and each-must Invite one guest?no moro, or less. There are twenty-one members.? and thus a fully attended dhinor Is always served to forty two. Often the number Is less, but the club's round table Is so cunningly devised that It can bo made Just large enough for whatever, num...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

^^^hw^w^w^^^VJ^WVVWWWWWWWVWW!. MR. DOOLEY ON THE CARNEGIE-HOMER CONTROVERSY BY F. T. DUNNE. (Copyrighfc, 1003, by Itobort Hownrtl IIuhhcII.) It's ttirrble, th' way mo frlml Andhrow Carnegle has beon Jumpln on Itomor," said Mr, IJooley. "Wliat Itomor?" asked Mr. llon nessy, "Homcf, the pote," said Mr. Doolcy. "Has Andhrow beon ronstln' hlm?" aekod Mr. Honnessy. "Ho haR,0 said Mr. Dooloy. "Ho'u been glvln' lt to hlm good. It's all up wlth Homer. No wan will prlnt IiIb Btuff nnny moro, Hc'll bo goln' 'rouiul a pomo und her IiIh ar-rm fr'm newspaper to nowspnper thryln' lo sell lt. 'Thoy'sc a man wnnts to sne vp>,' eays th' (,fllco boy. 'What's ho llko?* eays th' editor. 'He's an ol' b.ild headod man wlth long whUlters nr.'. dhrossed In a table clolh. I tntnk he's bllnd, f'r ho was led ln be a dog on a sthrlng,' says he.' Oh, It's on'y ol" Homer,, says th' idltor. 'Toll hlm I'm busy, ho says. Carnnygle hns bu'?t ed hlm. People will Ulk al>out hlm fr'm now on as th' fellow that rja...

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. — 15 February 1903

Dancing a Useful Experience and Panacea for Many Physical Ills By KATHERINE MORTON (Cppyrlght, 1903.) Ea^VPoicSE ?fttJf\E Head AHDX?C?.^RECT amV A/HGVLAte-, (Qe-^jvre-^ /{o.3.?1egance /*\A"R.Ki E'VERV /v\ov_/vi_r/ST' /MO. 2. jMEr^V/E&PIMCCgVRTEQV op-.-TttEr..Mi/SV;_;T-- j It Glves a Woman FlexIMe, Pliant Mitscles and a Charming Polse?Classlc Forms of Toc' Trlpping and the Courtesy. T' HEY move oaalost and wltli most graoo who havo lonrncd to dance. Hoad, arms, hiinds, Umbs, feot, nll aro symmelrleal nnd pliant; and, moro Important stlll, danclng is n panacea for mnny phy slcal Hls. Qno Is round-shouldorod nerhnps. In tho dnnce, the shoulders must bo held back. Or the toes may turn in. In tho uance tho feot are turnod out, Every musclo ot hips, legs, ankles and Insleps aro oxerclsed, and the Umbs, thorefore, attaln groator strength and olastlclty; tho whole body moves with moro froe dom and acqulros un added caso-and srace, One can hordly be too young to learn tho Terpslohorean a...

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. — 15 February 1903

NOVELTIES HERE AND THERE By MAY MANTON. Wo are having wonthor of nll sorts In fJothnm. Ono day wo am breathless from Iho strugglo with Borlns, tho next we Ihrow opon our furs and bnsk ln tho sun's frvarm rays. As a rosult all sorts of cloth ?lng aro ln demand. Tho conservutlvo /ow refuso to mako any chango and en fluro tho heat of heavy wraps on tho >varm days, holdlng that no othor courso ]s safe.. But thero aro many who chango With tho thermomotor and who, thereby, Itwell tho llBts of pneumonla vlctlms, odd to Uio numbor of suffcrors from grlppo and undonlably illl tho coffcra of tho phy? siclans, but who also afford an opportun Ity to study advanco styles and who pro sont to view tho flrst hats, the latest thlng ln Jackots and who koop tho world Df foahion on the alcrt. Furs aro stlll ln ovldcnco, and wlll be for weeks to como, but I have aeen smart ,Women gowned ln now suits of etamlne tnado with tlny Jockets wearing only Iho fur scarf or pelerlno os protcctlon. Turbans of sq...

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. — 15 February 1903

SC//OQL FOqf/O USEW7 VES The Care of the Children THE following lottcr hns lnin un nnswercd in my desk until the wriler doubtless hns censed to ex poct me to notico it. Tlic subject mntler is so painful that the com municntion would hnvo beon do atroycd long ngo had not other let? ters nnd stories tliat havo rcnched me from various sourees led mo to believe thnt the cnso hero given is j not so uncommon ns I wns nt first disposed to think nnd to hope. Will parents whose children con tributo regularly to tho fnmily in conie "rend, mnrk nnd inwardly di gest" what this wage earner has to say? Do you think, after a girl hns worked hnrd eight hours n day for six days that she should como home on pay night and hand to her mother every cent of her sal? ary? Somchow there seems to bo something wrong, and I can't think it quite just. A ccrtain mother I know expects her daugh? tor to givo hor all her salary, and thon she grudges everything the daughter asks for, ov.en if it is a few cents to b...

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. — 15 February 1903

THEY LIE IN ALIEN SQ1L But Memory stlll Llngers Over Graves of Confederates. WILL ERECT A MONUMENT St. Louis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy Wlll Beautlfy Alton Cemetery, Where 1308 South? ern Soldiers Lie Burled. -rtl/rON, It,LS., Feb. 14.?Almost forty hyoars after the Clvll War tho peopio of Alton are cc-operntlng with tho people of tho South ln tho restoratlon of an old Alton cemetery In whlch 1306 Confodorate soldiers have laln forgotten all thls tlme. . Theso soldiers dled ln the Alton Penl? tentiary, and wero burled In thls ceme? tery by tho Government. For sevoral years after tho war the lit? tle cemetery was kept beautiful by hands whlch strewed flowers upon tho graves. The Government sent a small amount each year for the nroscrvatlon of the grounds, and they were preserved. Mounds Were Forgotten. But in Ume, the llttlo fleld of mounds was forgotten. Tho flowers were no longer to tho momory of the Confodrato dond In tho Alton? Cemetory. Men from tiio North nnd South wll...

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. — 15 February 1903

"The Inirusion of Peggy" Anttiony ffope's New Book. I "Empregses of Frnnco;' "Lavendor and Okl Lace;" ??Little Storiea of Mar riedLife;" "Ralogh in Guiana; "Books on Algobr, Zoolcgy, Astropkysicg, Etc. NOTES ABOUT BOOKS AND AUTHORS Olinton Dangerfield's Home? Brady's New Book, "Tke Southerners;" "Bostoek on Animal Training;" Mrs. JEditk Wkarton; "Loyey Mary" and. "Mrs. Wiggs," , , Again. ffHE INTRTJSION OF PEGGY. Writ? ten by Anthony Hope. Illustrated by Lawroncc Harpor & Bros., publiah ! ers. Now York. ?1.50. Tho author of "Tho Prlsonor of Zonda" 5ias turned out ln thlB attracUvo novel a llvely story of London political and soclnl llfo of tho presont day, Peggy Rylo ls nn ingenuous, somewhat 'Bohomlan, young .woman, wlio ? ls always lntrudlng Into Cther peoplo's busbioss ln order to mnko them liappy. Sho lnvolvos horself ln tho love "affalrs of Trlx Trevalla, a rich and fcttractlve young wldow, who has sottled ln London to seo life and make hbr soclnl way ln tho world. Trix mak...

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. — 15 February 1903

?^s& c M ?? f& EARLY DAYS OF THE WAR Readable Descrlptlonof Them by a North Carolina Physician THE BREATHED BATTERY A Roster ofthe War Members of This Famous Command?Generai Order Upon the Death of Adjt. Qen oral Moorman of N. C. V. In the followlng: letter whlch was wrlt .ton for and recently' appeared ln the Charlotte. (N. C.,) Obeerver, we have an lntereatlng doscrlptlon of the early days of "tho dvll war" with a gllmpse ot tho detenco of Newbcrn. The command to whlch lt malnly refers was for some years ln Virginia and mado a Hne ropu tatlon here. Wo quoto: "Away back ln 1861 I watclved the war clouds arlslng ln tho North, East and West. A detormlnatlon of reslstanoo was dcplcted In the countenanco of overy truo Southorn. Tho' flrst eleotlon for holdlng a convention, was voted doWnby a largo majorlty. Bu.t when President. Lincoln called on N*6rth Carolina for? 1,3X5 three-montha1 men, hor quota, to whip South Carollne. back Into tho Union. lt llg-hted the blaze of war and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

IflPUT m COPYKKarr. 1002. by T. C.MTCHJRE, CHAPTER XXXI. Contains the Platn Truth. SUDDEN IDEA occurred (o me, nnd 1 ttcced inslontly upon Its Impulse. Thero wns n second enlranco throuph the morning room; ond 1 Ooshed round to the other door, whlcli fortunateJy ylelded. The slght that met my g.-uro was obsoluloly stnggcrlng, 1 stood upon the threehold nghnst. Sir Bernnrdt hls dark eyes stnrtlnK from hls nslicn face, stood. hold* ing a woman withln hls grasp, plnulng her to tho wall, nnd strugglltig to cover hor mouth wlth hls hands and prevent *jcr crles from being overhoard. The woman was none other than Etliel wynn. _______________ At my uuexpected ontry ne reloaacfl lils hold, shrinklng back wlth a wild norco look in hls face, such oa I hnd tiever before soon. "Ralplil" crle<l my. lovo, rushlug for ward and cllnging to my neck. "Ralph! For God's sake samo mo from that flondl Bavo moi" I put my arm around hor to protcct Ve.r, at tho somo Inatuut shoutlng to Jc rons, who entore...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

Vhoir JFriend Moon jfjcends tho Sroat ZPt/ramid Tlfhile U/iey SProparo Coffee. (Oopyright, 1903, by W. E. Hearst.') lEose Naughty, Naughty Katzenjammer Kids.

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

M?St 'Hers just as easy as ever. " Keep your feet inside? Fatty ! " iump out, Fatty ! You're going to hit something I ? What's this-a cyclone or an earthquake ? ? " We didn't mean to do it that time !" " You'll all grow up to be pirates or hackmen ! " ? &S9S mm M M<2v& "lrm goia' to toin dat soda souser on?". "An* I hopes dere ain't nobody in de r?ad." " Wei!, dere wuz ! But I didn't ast L'ini ter Stan', dere ! insurance. Agent?<'You,sce, my dear sir, how. in the midst of life we The Victim?" To think I might jiavebeen killed then/uninsured ? Muggsy-"I knowed a goo:l scare wu? de only, way ter fetch him I" are.in death*'

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