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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

TH^?i;?n:]?S^?^S: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,167. . RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1003." PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMflARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Fob, IC.-Forecast ior Tuesday ami Wednesday: Vlrglnla-Snow In north, rnln or Bnow In south portion Tuesday morning, fol? lowed by clearing, much colder weather with a cold wave; brisk to high north Winds; Wednesday ffilr, continued cold. North Carolina?Itflln or snow Tuesday morning, followed by clearing, much colder weather with it cold wave; high ?hlftlng winds coming northwcstly; ?Wednesday fair, continued cold. Ycstorday was ono of the most disagree? able days of the season after early inorn Iiik hours, ? penetrating rain, blown In every direction by a sharp wind, rendered Mi? lot of pedestrians a hard ono. Much ;bld?r weather, with snow In certain sce? llons, Is predicted to-day, . STATE OF T? Hi THERMOMETER. 9 ?. ?.?48 12 M.42 8 P. M. ."?3 ? P. M.3G ? P. M.M 12 midnight . M Average .?. Z?M Highest temperature yesterday.... ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

>ret without a BUggretlnn of arrogance or egotism. One would hardly think to nek of this busy man< If h? loved books, Yet ?n'y biographical sketch of him would hn unfair nnd unpardonnbly Incomplete If It did not tell of his passion for two ?ttthors. He loved *'Bolit>y?' Burn? nnd Gooffs nov?la, as ho did lit? best friends uno n?xt to his own family. He would frequently quote from Burn? with great fusto nnd many evidences of ????????? tlon and plcnnurn. Nothing plpnstd him more than for soinoone to bring up a eceno from Ivanhoo. Kenllworth, Heart of Midlothian, or any of hin favori??. He would launch out In a full descrip? tion of the whole Incident and otijoy it immensely. A pen picture of this man who was truo to nil tho rolntlon? of Ufo nnd fully met nil its honorable expectations nnd responsibilities would do him Imperfect Justice which omitted mention of his de? votion, nay passionato love for his fam? ily circle. His love for wife nnd children was one of the etronaeat ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

ELAKS IN THE SENATE senator Morgan Rises to a Question of Privilege. THE STATEHOOD BILL Philippine Currency Measure and Indian \pproprlatlon Bill Passed by Upper House?Lower Body Passed Number of Bills. (fly Associated Pros?.) WASHINGTON, D. C? February IB.? There was no debate on the statehood hill In tho Senato to-day. tho time bo Ing taken up in tho consideration of the Indlin aj rroprlatlon bill and the Phil? ippine currency bill, both of which were passed. Tho amendment to the Philip? pine bill providing for a conference be? tween gold and silver standard coun? tries to fix a commercial exchange, was agteed to. The bill as passed is the mensure recommended by tho House CimimMteo on Insular Affairs, but which was rejected by tho House. The Senato Commltteo on Philippines substituted for tl)o House bill tho bill of both commit? tees, which had been recommended by Secretary Root and Governor Taft. Mr. Vest, while tho Indian bill was up, called attention to a point of order which h...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch THE DAILY . TIMBS-DISPATCH IS BOLD ?? TWO CENTTfl A COrv THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISI'ATCH IS BOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BT MAIL. ?0?. A MONTH, }3 ? ????; ?2,50 ??? SIX MONTHS; ?1,60 ??? ????? MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, 12 A YEAR. THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, IN? CLDDINO SUNDAY, BY CABRIEB, 16C. PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TI5IT?S-P1SPATCH, BY ^Ui;"?. -r'C. PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. ? YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WIT.!, rtK REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL PS7., BE RETURNED UNLESS AC '-?OMPANIED BY STAMPS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2?. IMS. tssmmmBmrnwEEtmnamamBBBm WILLIAM ROBERTSON TRIGO. j It Is ivltli gTcnt sorrow that wo an? nounce this morning tho death of Mr. William R. Trlgg. Though his hc.ilth h'.d been bad for a year and his condi? tion for a week ?t more hnd been nln.nn Ing, yet withal the dread summons comes as a great shock. It Is not too much to say that the death of no other man would causo more universal sorrow, In every sph...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

Wearing Points are the best "SELLING POINTS On its wearing points ALONE the REMINGTON TYPEWRITER. outsells every other writing machine REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY 706 EAST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND. VA. TURF FRAUDS WIDESPREAD Police of Three Cities Are After Alleged Swindlers. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS. N. Y. Police In Chicago Raid Place Only to Find that All the Company's Books Had Disappeared?One Com? pany Fulfills Promise. 1 ' (By Associated PrpiO CHICAGO, ILL,., Feb. lO.-Contlnuing their policy of aggression against turf Investment companies, the police to-day raided the office of J. C. Rose & Com? pany. A thorough search of the otllce disclosed the fact that all the company's hooks had disappeared, only a few papers being found in obscuro drawers. The office of George Silver was raided to-day, but when the police arrived the doors were locked and the occupants hud disappeared. Evidences wero found, however, it la said, which tended to show that Silver had been conducting a turf Inves...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. BODY FOUND the Remains of an Unknown White Man at Cape Henry. REV. BLACKWELL ACCEPTS Illness of Dr. Barr at Norfolk?Col. ?J. R. Waddy is Not Expected to Live. George M. Hcppel Appointed to Succed Price. (Special to Tho Tlmos-IMspntcli.) rfORFOLIC, VA., Fobrunry IG.?Tho body of a man was found on tho bench by a patrolman from tho Cape Henry Life-Saving Station nlxiut noon to-day. The uemains had evidently been in the water several weeks, as the flesh from the head and face had entirely disap? peared. The body was 'that of a man five feet, six inches In height, weighing 113 pounds. Ir was dressed in a bino ?ergo vest end trousers of dark mixed cloth. The shirt was of hluo flannel and under clothing was colored. Patent leather shoes completo tho apparel. iCnthlng was found in the man's pockets hat would lead to Identification except a hoateswain's whistle. Nicholas Aabano's cleaning establish? ment, in BranVbleton Avenue...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

DEFENSE IN BISHOP CASE The Prisoner Makes an Excel? lent Witness on the Stand. A BETTER IMPRESSION The Case Will Hardly Go to the Jury Before Wednesday Night?Argument by Oounsel for Defense and Pros? ecution To-Day and To-IVIorrow. (Spoetai to Tho Tlmen-Dlspetcli.) CHARLOTTE, X. C? Feb. 10.-From every point, to-day's session has been decidedly tho most Interesting slnco tho Bishop trial began. Court oponed at 9 o'clock, and as at the previous session, every availablo space In the court-room was occupied by tho great throng of the curious. It was the dotonoea' inning. Tho Btato rested its caso Saturday afternoon, and this morning the defense opened with Its testimony. As has been intimated, tho^defenso set up tho plea of sclf-do fenso and all tho testimony offered by Bishop's counsel will bo directed toward ?upporting that plea. Mrs. Meyer, at whoso home Miss Schultz and Miss Wilson first mot tho defendant the evening of tho murder, was the first witness, and there was a ripple of su...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

DR. GUTHRIE SPEAKSHERE Delivered Throe Sermons In Richmond Sunday. HE IS CO AUNG AGAIN Rev. George H. Spooner on Dispensary 3?II?Rev. I. S. Boyles After 1,ho Tho atres?Interesting Sermons Preached Sunday. Several sermons of unusual Interest ?were preached Sunday in the local pul r-lts. Aa a general thins tho attendance was very good, in spite of the threaten? ing weather. At the Academy of Music in the after? noon, and at tho First Presbyterian Church In the morning and at night tho Rev. Donald Guthrie, D. D., of Baltimore, formerly pastor of the Second Presby? terian Church In this city, proaohod to large audiences. As was to bo expected from Dr. Guthrie, tho sermons woro Strong and alile and created a profound Impression. The servlco in tho afternoon was held under the auspices of tho Y. M. ?, ?., and was for men only. Dr. Guthrie has consented to deliver ?he anniversary address before tho Bible Society of Virginia at Its annual meeting this spring. The society, which has Just suc...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

D? PRICES READY-TO-EAT TRYABITA THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD Scientifically prepared from a formula of Dr. Price of Cream Baking Powder fame. For growing children it is worth its weight in gold. Expert Union Labor only, em? ployed. Every grocer sells it. rm.r* ? price CEREAL FOOD GO,, Battle Greet ?ich. CLEMENCY GRANTED TO FOUR CONVICTS Governor Refused to Pardon Norfolk Man. However. Notaries Named. Governor Montague yesterday granted several conditional pardons. William Buokner, who at the May term, 18?7, ot tho County Court of Mid? dlesex, was tried and convicted of mur dor In the second degroe and sentenced to a tenn of ton years In tho peniten? tiary. Richard Bailoy, who at tho May term, 1S94, of tbo County Court of Surry. was tried and convicted of murder In tlie flooivl degree and sentenced to a term of fifteen yoara in th? penitentiary. Flnlay Hairston, who at tho October term, L583, of tho Circuit Court of tho county of Henry, wa-i tried and con? victed of robbery and s...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

INDUSTRIALS WERE ACTIVE Railroad Stocks Were Firm. but Sluggish. MONEY CONTINUED EASY Time Loans were Quoted a Fraction Higher, as Lenders are Disinclined to Put Money Out on Time at , Low Price Ruling. (By Associated Tress.) NEW YORK, Feb. it!.?Thoro was a notable shifting of Bpeaulatlve Interest to-day from the railroad list Into tho spe? cialties. Most of the stocks embraced In the day's movement vero industrials, but there wore a few railroad und ofnor stocks included which do not ?teure In the usual activity of tho mnrkot. The standard rnllroad stocks were quite firm, but this was evidently due to sympathy with tho advances In the industriale. There was some special strength In *Wnbash preferred, which was due to buy? ing by the Interests which hnvo recently sustained that stock. The railroad list as a whole was conspicuous for tlie small number of transactions in it and for the sluggishness of its movement. The sev? eral Industrials which rose to-day did not move In concert, a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Caj h In Adirano ? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash in Advance ONE GENT A WORD. SIX PRIZES CARTOON CONTEST SECOND WEEK. SECOND PRIZE. yM You MAY "Count your.chjck? ens before they hatch If you aovbrt?sb- \n Thb 'Times D.?^patch A. R. Box 434, City. S??a? WANTED?HAIE Wanted, an experienced BUT? LER; bring city references, and apply at onco to 815 W. Franklin Street. WANTED, REGISTERED PHARMA C1BT. Reply, stating experlenco, etc., to Box 86, Newport News, Va._ BRICK-YARD FOREMAN WANTED; capatilo ot overhauling; plant and tak? ing on tiro charge. Address HUGH C. RISPON. Lawrencovllle, Va, ,, ' ' .Wanted, men and doys to Work on our nurseries. Apply at Nursery, Lakosld? eioctrlc line. W. T. HOOD & CO._ Wanted, traveling salesmen to ?ell Blue-fiamo Oil Stoves to dealers In Virginia and North Carolina. Ad? dress by letter, giving references, B. F. 0. S., cara this office. .WANTED...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 February 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller F Rhoads. Rainy Weather Fur? nishings? _Iaybo it won't bo ruining Tuesday morning -when you read tliis; Wc liopo not, but unless all signs fail, there'll bo lots of bad weather before spring sets in permanently. With a Eaincoat and an Umbrella a woman can bid defiance to the downpour. Eaineoats of Croscentetto and Cravenetto Cloth, in light weights? just the thing for this season. Oxford Gray TUiplnnp PIO.OO. Oxford Gray and Tan ???? Conts, with a yoke bac?i and front, ?12,B0, Ton anti Mixed Groen Coats, made with a throe cape collar, full sleeve with enfi, J?ir,.no. UAIBIt ELLAS of Twilled Gloria, plain and fancy handles, $1.00. Good School TJmbrollas BOc, each. Umbrellas for men and women, Silk Twilled Gloria,'tape edge, S-ribbed paragon frame. Congo, Firs and Pox wood handlos, Sjtl.BO. Rain Umbrellas for women?all Silk Twilled, in colors of Navy, Rod and Gray; Boxwood Handles and Silk Cases. If the silk in these Umbrellas breaks within ono year from tho us...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

W?im^ tiii-^MS MBlB:!i?: I WHOLE NUMBER,. 16,168. RICHMOND, VA., WEPNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. BUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. ?WASIIINCITON, Fob. 17,-Forccnst for Wedn'csdny inul Thursday; Vlrglnia?Falr; contlnueil cnld AVednes fliiy and probably Thursday; llght wlnda, UKiHtly we.it. North Carollna?Falr AVednesdny, not so (?old ln GXli'ome west portlon; Ttiursrtny lulr, Avurmer; frcsh west to souUi wlnds. Tlie tcmpet'iituro yesterday was consld oralily below tho trcc-lng polnt. A cut tlng wliid. Illlr-ii nt. tlmes wlth pnrtlcles of lee, muile OUtdoor oxerclse partlcularly dlsngreeablo. Palr and much colder to day Is tho sohr-dule. STATE OF TIliJl'TlERJIOMETER. P A. M.20. 12 M. _"l ?, P, M.: . 23 6 P, M.,._1 0 P. M.2-1 1. mltlnighl ...'.-5 Average .i.'la Hlghest temporature yesterday. ?*-> Lowest Icmperature yesterday. 2-1 Normal tomperutiiro for Feb. ?,(! Proclpltntlori during past 24 hours... .51 miniatur-Talmanac F'ch. IS. I*:.. flnn rlscs... r,::,7 I HI...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

1 o'clock yesterdny nfternoon tho nfflcl-J Wonther Ilurenu mensuromont wns 10.1' feet. The wnter hnd rtscn three feet durlng thn Aay, By 8 o'clock nt nlght It ?jrfti already over the Old liumlnlon Whn.rf. No dfiniage wns done In nny dl recjlon. Flood wnrnlng hnd been sent oUt, and wcrybody hnd amplo opportunlty to get out of the way. By 9 o'clock thls mornlng, or a llttlo Hlcr. tho water wlll pro'-ably he buck vrlthln Its banks and hustllng along to* ?ward Hampton Rgada, Instcnd of lylng ldle around Fulton. IN OTHER PLACES. AVentber condltions throughout the eountry. ns Inillcnted above, nrr In many Instnncos even worse thnn hero. The storm tnoved from the northwest of Ih' lake reglon ln the dlrectlon of the Al lantic Stntes. As It chnnged Its ba.se Uie TVesl grew sllghtly warmer and the Enst colder. Every State along the Atlantlc coast is now In Its grlp. Temp.'rnturcs Inroneolvnbln to the Southerncr have bec-n. nnd nre still, pre* va llng In the West. At Btsmnrck, N. 15.. the minl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

THE SHAFER BUILDING The Damages Awarded Yes? terday by the Jury. >, __ . SOME GET ONE CENT EACH Whlle Conslderable Amounts Aro Al? lowed to Others?The Instructlona of Judge Waddill to tho Jury and Its Findings in Full. Tho Jury Impanelled by Judgo Edmund Waddill, Jr., to ascortaln the amounts due tho tenants and others intereated in the fchafer bulldlng, ln connectlon wlth the condemnatlon of that structuro by the Government, the slto to be used aa an nnnex to tho postofflce, yeBtorday af? ternoon retarncd the followlng: AVo, he Jary," solomnly Bworn to falth fully and Impartlally ascortaln what wlll bo a Just compensatlon to tho sev? eral defcndants haylng Interests In tho land known aa tho Shafor property, slt uate ln the clty of RIchmond. Va., and descrlbcd aa follow*: Commenclng at tho northeast Intersectlon of Maln and Tcnth etreoLs. runnlng thenco eastwardly along .the north llne of J*aln Street, 61 feet and 1 3-8 Inches; thence extendlng back northeasterly 160 feet 11 1-2 ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch t?tmLI8H?D IUILY^ANI) WEEKLYAT _ N, TENTH STREET. RICHMOND, VA. ENTERED .TAN. 57. 1003, AT RICHMOND, VA.. AS SECOND ' CLASS MATTER UNDER ACTOF CONGRES8 OF MARCH 3, 1S<*. T*H.H DAILY TIME9-DISPAT1I IS BOLD AT TAVO CENTS A COP5, ' THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS SOLD AT F1VE CENTS A COPA'. r>AILY TTM---DISPATCH BY MAJL, COe. A MONTH. $5 A YEAR; _.K FOR SIX MONTHS; $1.50 FOR THREE s^NPAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, ^THiFdaILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN CLUDINO SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, 15c, PTHEASUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY Cfef<LY%^DTIp^TCH. $1 YEAR ALL UNSIONED COMMUNICATIONS W^EC?ED^SMmiICATIONS>ILL NOT RE RETURXED UKLES8 AC CO.MPANIED RY STAMPS. UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MILL ERS'. 510 E. BROAD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUART 18, 1953. THE TORRENS SYSTEM. We are gratlfled that the General As eembly ls tolting a llvely Intercst ln tlie Torrens Land Reglstry System. Vlrginlans are a llttle slow to mako ex perlmenls or to depart from tho trodi lions, but wo feel suro that lf the own? ers of....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

AREJUMPINO ON IMPERIAL Brltlsh Merchants Seem taBe Rather Sore. ' SAMUELSON ANDSCHOLEY Both Make Curlous Commonts on the : Situatlon?Movement of Vlrglnia Tobacco in London and Llverpool, Brltlsh commlsslon merchants, or some of thom, nre evldontly at odds wlth tho Imperlal Tobacco Company, and are feel ln^ sor'o and dlscomfltcd over recent events. The February clrcutars from these mer? chants aro Just oomlng In to local to? bacco oxporters, and some of them are unusually Intcresting for the comments thoy contaln. One notable Instance ls the clrcular from Edward ^amuelson & Co.. of Llverpool, who take several hard shota nt the Imperlal and the Amerlcan To? bacco Company. Mr. Joshua W. Scholoy, a brokor of London, also says Bomo In? tcresting thlngB to the effeet that dtscord provalls Ih tho London market and that the trado ls belng split up. - THE MARKET. According to theao reports the trado ln Vlrglnia and other Amerlcan tobacco dur? ing tho past months has been of.a.de -iiltory...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Vir&nia. MANY FINED IN NORFOLK Pollce Justice is Actively Sup portlng Reform Regime. THEGOODRICH ORDINANCE Uiquor Is Somotimes Sold in thn Renr ofGrocery Stores, and HcnceSome tlmes a Fine Discrimination Is Necessary in tho Courts. (Spcclnl to The Tlmps-PLipatrli.) NORFOLK, ArA.. February 17.?Justice Taylor is supportlng tho crusado ngolnst the llquor men by tho heavy flnes he Imposos in tho Pollce Court on thoso who dlsregard or break tho strlngont pro vlslons of tho Goodrlch ordinance and Its amondments. Ono of these rcqulres _ ftae to be imposed on any womaiv who snters a placo where lntoxlcating drinks _ e sold. In somo lnstanoes llquors are lold In the rear of grocery stores, con ?equently requirlng flno discrimination u to tho latent of tho woman lo buy picklcs and salt fish or hlgh ball_ and Btone-fencos. 'Meantline, there Is nn ad ditlonal flne to be imposed on tho owner of tho place. ' Justice Taylor usually ' intorp...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

PROBABLY NO ' LIQUOR LAW Many at Raleigh Believe That No Bill Wlll Be Passed. SESSION ONLY SIXTY DAYS lt ls Bolieved that the End Wlll Como Before the Sonate and House Have Agreed on Some Gompromlso Blll to Be Construcied. (Spoclal to The TlmfB-Dlspat?.) RALEIGH, N. C, February 17.-EX Lleutonant-Oovcrnor R. A. Doughton, of Aileghany, ono of tho most promlnent members of tho Leglslature, Bald this morning Ih a prlvato convorsation that he has no Idea any temperance leglslntlon of speclal note wlll be possed during this ??-Blon. The House Ia proceefllng wlth the conslderatlon of the Watts blll, and the Senato wlth tlie London blll, dlffer lng very widoly In provlsions. Mombera cb both branches are widoly apart ln what they want ln tho way of temperance leg islntlon. So even after tho bills are pasaed lt wlll ba necessary to havo a conterence commlttee probably prepa're a substltuto for bills passed by both branches, and then probably long debatcs wlll aoubtlesB follow on theso subetlt...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

ggg>M?Mao?ttai*~tftTT.*?.^fta|-?**-B~^ | This morning we'li begin moving MEH'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS, | This will be a cash fransscfion, as none will be charged or sent on approval. B9&<t99Q9Q(:<QQa9999990*m99Q99OQV9Q99900?*?9999*9Mt l t???te??8 Ovorcoats tbat sold up to $35.00, cash sulo. Overcoats tbat sold up to $30.00, cash sale. ? Ovorcoats tbat sold up to I $25.00, cash sale. ???o*?*?-**?-?eo-je $17.50 $15.00 S 12.50 !*???-????? j Overcoats that sold tup to $15, casb sale, ?????ee?*>oc? Overcoats that sold up to $20.00, cash sale. Overcoats that sold up to Q"j rjft $15.00, cash solo. QIbOU Overcoats that sold up to $10.00, cash sals. Overcoats that sold Qfs up to $10, cash sale, l)wi ???-?e?eo~????ei Overcoats that sold up to $5, cash sale, i9^^s&9QeQOQoooa<so9O9O9e@9i>9999>o99met90mcso9mm9mei FUNERAL OF MR. TRIGG Service at Holy Trinity at 4 o'Clock This Afternoon. EXPRESSIONS OF REGRET They Come from Friends Far and Near, voupled With Deep Sympathy...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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