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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

If yon have any business with Mr. . William C. Bolton, President of the Solton Drug Co., Brooklyn, N. V., you must elbow your, way through a crowd of customers, and you will find him working nt a modest little desk in the rear of Uie long counters. A man who has five large stores to look after must learn to do at least two things at once, and Mr. Bolton, whom a reporter found at the store, 204 Fin ton Street, continued to work as ho talked. " " I have been in this business long enough to see many proprietary articles rise and fall "he said. " I .have never stopped to analyze the reasons for the failures. As for the successes, merit and good managementaceonntforthem; mdritchieuy. "Take Cuticura Koap, Ointment and Resolvent, for example. In our stores we have handled them for years, and ( the sales have gone on increasinfrrigtit along despite lively and persistent competition. " There are thousands, yes, tens of thousands of people in' this good borough of Brooklyn, who consider them ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

A Leadership in Vatue-QiMng Remonstrated by the THalhimer Store Nelvs for To-morrolv New Laces, New Trimmings, New Embroideries. Words are inadequate to express tho charm of the now goods daily arriving* We are showing tho now Antique and Cluny Xacos, now Bulgarian and {Persian Urimmings, new Wotifs and Pendants, new Satipons and Jtppliquos. {throughout the selection! is a certain refinement which stamps at once their exclusiuenoss, Sndoed, our one aim is to > bring out something different from tho general run. Jl largo assortment, got, never too much of ant/ one kind as to become common. Uhis, together with reasonable prices, makes them extremely desirable. I ; ' , White Press (foods. Of the beauty of the White Goods wo arc ao fortunate as to be able to place on early sale there can be no question. Every purchaser is enthusiastic. As usual, Thalhimer's lead in exclusive styles, ,„„„' 32-inch Plain White Oxford Wnisling, very chenp, 10 _-dc. 3 cases of Fine Imported White...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

f# The Times-Dispatch PUBLISH!*!) DAILY AND WEfiK/'YA* 4 N. TENTH STREET. Ji'C 1 " 10^? 1 VA. ENTHRKD JAN. 27, IWJ. AT RICHMOND, VA.. AS BTOJN"CLASS MATTER UNDER 'CT° l ' congress of march a, is.p. THE DAILY TIMF.S-MSPA'ICM IS BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COin. „ THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS SOLD AT FIVE CF3NTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH in M£lU (Wo. A MONTH, $5 A YEA 11: *-;™. ™5 SIX MONTHS; tI.EO FOR THREE MAIL, ' 2 THE K DAiLY tIMES-OISPATCH. INCLUDING SUNDAY. BY CARRIER, l&c. P THp) SUNMSAY TIMKS-niSPATCH, BY ALT, UNSIGNED rOMMUMCAI IUiSS NOT BE RETURNED \JNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY STAMPS. UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MILLERS'. ",19 E. BROAD. SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1003. POSTOFFICES, OLD AND NEW. The prosperity and growth of a city ■Is shown almost Invariably by Its post- ; office business, nnd wo are Justified In snylng that judged by this standard Richmond Is In a fine condition. The demnnd fof bettor accommodations for postofneo here is no mere Idle ambition of the community to have a la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

A For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Han Too Busy to Know. jimorican jtffairs. ©REWON DEADLOCK UnOKISN. The long senatorial deadlock In Oregon WM brokon February 2lßt, when Chralnß W. Fulton, a prominent ' lawyer and membor of the State Sonata, wns elected by forty-six voles on the forty-third twllot a tew minutes beforo the session «plr6d by limitation. Tho cloctlon of (Fulton completes tho thirty elections required to fill tho vacancies In tho Scnftto at tho oxplratlon of tho terms of tho Senators In class ono. FOR CONSTITUTIONAL i CONVENTION. Tho Nebraska Senate has adopted a resolution- favoring tho popular election Of United States Soiwitors. Tho KaflKus and IlllnoU Senates and tho California Legislature have a»kod Congress to call a oonatltutlonal convention to adopt an •monument to this offect. William R. Hearst, tho nowspapor man, Is urging similar action in all state legislatures. BOUNDARY ARBITRATORS DISLIKED. It wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

• The high lightß hare been turn»fl oft, tho Hash of Jewels, tho glint of Dowers, tho swell ot music— tlip.se nro thing- of tho pftflt— ror milady leaving them behind hor, has stopped into tho dull, gray plain of Lenten sdlf-arrnlgnment. ropent- » Ing mart sincerely "tlio things done which ought not to havo 120011 dona," and romemtwrlng sadly "tho thtffga lolt undone." 'Sooloty does well to havo a brentlng ■pell, a restful shadow cutting the broad glaro of balls, dlnnors, card parties and receptions. Slnoo litat Wednesday the ohurch doora havo boon tho pathway by which tho Lonton maiden has gone lit and out, and her late ijxirtner at tho «ormnn, her escort to the opera, her vls-a-vls at tho card tablo, has been found nwaltIng beside tho pathway for an eventide stroll with her up Frankln, tho promonado rflroot'of Klchmond. Thn rellgeuso must improve each floetJur moment of "tho fasting tlmo"; slid must got back tho sloop lost in tho giddy months; she must bow for tho hoathon, and pla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

BOBS ol The most thrilling se- , /■'* Hal story ever published ! In a Richmond newspa- ! per. i Sit begins To-day in the ! ' Tlmes-Dlspatch. j Be sure to read the ! first Installment. I / / (Continued from Sixth Page.) Restaurant Booth. Tho restaurant booth at the Confederate fair March 16th-2flth, will serve salads, sandwiches, coffee and lcoa. The front of tho booth, which will be ono of the largest In tho room, will be draped with flays, hold by tho headlights of a locomotive, A frlngo of. railroad lanterns, red and green, will, hang below, outlining tho arch of tho opening. A plncard over tho stall will announce: "Twenty minutes for refreshments." Various other signs pertinent to station luncheon counters will be conspicuously displayed. Tho young ladles who serve will wear conductor's caps, and carry, each of thorn hanging from a long neck chain, a nickel punch, with which all sapper tickets will be duly marked. The walls of the booth will be decorated with a dado and frieze of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

. EQCIETY IN WILMINGTON /oral Marriages of Interest During the Past Week. T! • GERMAN LEAGUE Pr In the Social Life of Wilming,s Very Successfully nnd Auously Launched on Monday Night. (Spcclnl to T!>" Tlmos-bUpntch.) WILMINGTON, N. J C. Feb. i'S.-TUCS-dny ov'enlnß at the residence of Captain .lames Laughlln, Miss l'onrl Mortßoniery, j tlnUßhter of Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Montgomery, and Mr. llobort L. Prosson, wero married. Rev. C. W. Traywlck performed the ceremony. Miss Bessio Pressun Avns maid of honor, and Mr. S. F. Currison wAs best man. Tho bride nnd ' groom arc popular in a largo circle of friends. Wodnesdny night another pretty wedding was colebrated in Wilmington, and ' the contracting parties ate well known young people. Mr. John S. Brittaln, a popular clerit in tlio Southern Expreps Company's ofUeo here, and Miss Nora I. Daniels wero i .united in tho holy bonds of matrimony. Tlio coremony was performed by Roy, C. W. Traywnck In the presence of a large company of fri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

A Sayeth ' 'My Lady to Her Maid: Corsets may always be depended upon to exemplify the latest modes decreed by the highest authorities on woman's She Knows Whereof She Speaks. For Spring 1903 the new Lonfelo Models are unquestionably proper. They have long skirt which securely encompasses the hips,' producing a perfectly smooth sloping surface— the all-essential with a snug fitting outer skirt. One Hundred and •Fifty Styles. $1.00 to $5.00. A Shape for Every Figure. WITH THE GIRLS AT THE NORMAL Visit of Miss Barnes of the Y. W. C: A. Was an Event of Especial Interest. (Special to The Tlmca-DUpatcb.) FARMVILLE, VA., February 23.— The Normal has recently had the Rreat prlvllegft of a visit from "Miss Helen F. Barnes, of Chicago, city secretary of the American Committee, affiliated with the i vyorld'a Youns .Women's Christian,: .Association. Sho held three proH'tablo meetlng& while ihere, one witn the Executive Committee of tho Young Women's Christian Associations of the Vir...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

xo ES A GREAT ORGANISM Railroading Is Done Through Many Various Departments. AN ARMY OF EMPLOYES Hach System Gives Work to Many Hundreds Who Are Separated by Departments—Railroad Men Have o Lingo of Their Own. t By W. M. BICKERS. It Is related of tho lamented B. T. Bmlth, so popularly known In Richmond and throughout tho South, that when KoneraJ superintendent of the Chesnpeako and Ohio he was visited by a brnkoman, whom he had discharged for an Infraction oX the rules and who wished to have the sentence mitigated. Anticipating the probable outcome or his uppqnl for clemency tho ••twister" tas the brakemen ■were called In tho days prior to airbrake freight cars) hud provided hlmBPlt' with a pocket railway map, which, ehowlhg all the roads In tho Unitod Btates, was a veritable net-work of black ■ lines. Whon tho affable, but strictly btsiness, superintendent politely Informed his visitor that the welfare of the ser,Vice and of the public demanded strict aisclpllne, tho unclmgrlnod er...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS Business Men Nervous While Congress Sits, DRIFT IS TO JUDGE PARKER Lewis Ntxon T«lk».of Possibilities of Next Electlon-Now Oommlsslonef of Parks Is Acllv« -New Millionalres Love Real Estate. By John Marthal. trfpaclal Correspondent* of The TlmeeDlsipatoh.) NEW YORK, Fob. 25.-J.iUsInP.KH mtn are awaiting the adjournment of Congress. The martin* of- national ipblb*. latora hu Annually a. flc P ro M ln<r offoU. No on* knows whan thin boiiv »neotn ■what the l««u« will he. This ycat the Venezuela aplsc/de, the coal strliso and the trust lemon might hava proved matches to «. powder tntgarlne. Capital is tfmld;. capitalist* cautious. Will fitrwt hai reflfloted the timidity of capital and the caution of capitalists. But thMo a<Jtivltiea -will be nhort lived. In the Immediate future looms up the presidential spootre. Singularly enou*« W I Street regards Prftsldont Hoonevnlt Wg\ less complacenoy than it dooi M.\ i£jnn. The radlcsJUm ot ths lnttor I'o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

12 Silk Prices 38? Quick Sales No need of lingering- where such phccs^rcign and the test of Values so clear below all marked prices, Hundreds of new bilks Will t>e ready, and every yard has Cohen's guarantee with the sale. '38c. FOR 65c. SILKS. 750 yards Corded Loiii!>ine!». in slrret and . evening, shade*, soft inul lirillidti't, for whole costtitnes or vnists. 69c. FOR Si. 00 SILKS. 2,0f»0 yards Sntln Tiiherty Fmilnrds, in' nnvy, Mank, white and gray grounds, in small, medium and large pollen -dot effects. 45c. FOR 75c SILKS. White Ground Cheeney Silks, with mnall Dresden figures scattered ovor ihe 'surface, this season's latest design.. 65c. FOR 95c. SILKS. 10 pieces Peau do Cygnes, In nil the new spring and summer colorings. ate. FOR 50c. SILKS. White Washable Habutni, lustrous, glossy finish. »9C. FOR 59c. SILKS. Van Xi Pongee, a ptlfe silk fabric, beautiful for dresses, waists and linings. 59c. FOR $1.00 SILKS. "Gros do Suisse," a new All-silk fabric, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

FORTY PAGES. $&®m® JOTBSS itS I WHOLE NUMBER, 16.178, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. . . I ' 'IWASHINOTON, . Fet». M.-Forecaat tot Sunday and Monday: Vlrgliila-.Fa.lr, ' much ' colder Bunday: brink northwest wlimJh;, Monday fair. 'North Ca.ro\U\Uf~Vu\T. much colder SuniHoy. frosh west wlntln; Monday fair. > ' The people of' Klelin'iond liud abundant Vartoty In ■wealher yesterday. Tho totntferatura throughout tho greater part of tho day was 'very much 'like mld-Hum-taer. Rising wlhds at night Indicated tho ooldor weather promised , for to-day. Thero Wcro heavy rains In tho forenoon, fallowed by clouds in tho afternoon und I cloudy at night. ' STATifI OB 1 , TMI3 TITORMOMbTER. 9 A. M. ...... • .U . p M. •••£ 6>. M • « 6 P. M l\ a p. m ; ?] jtf midnight • U Avantgo • Ml-tt Highest temponUuro yesterday 72 Ix>woßt tompyraturo yeaterday w Mean temperature yontorday OS Normal temperature for Fc.t> M Departure from normal temperat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

2 ,<n-«r» not In lh» nasoclalftd Press dtspublished In lh« E*st! "1 know hOT." 'Bcnsltlve our southern frlenUft nro on this matter of social equality and compflnlonship, and t llilnii 3 might eny fairly And properly- -afcd hat vothups I hwr« ti right to «iy «t-«h«t it is uot wise for tlio peoplo of the Noitn <o undertftift to denl rnshly or even " judjo hastily of a feeling so deeply imWiiMM \n tfielr bosoms. Time, Uw Brent rcconcllla.tor,wi I rccontillo them lo that If In lh*' ti«tur« of Ihlnw Rft3 In tho natur»-*f man m> VMgi.y. to bo reconciled' to It. And ir in the nature of things «nd In .(lie tihtme of man time does not reconcile them. It will be a sign that tnoy c.uplit not to bo reconciled to it: «nd Hint Wine other mode of llto for them must bo flovlsM. Now. my friends, having said what J thought to sa.y on this nunslion, **$***} inity bA indulged in adding that, a I 6Ugh my" life politically and PV*M\}y .1 «S been a life of almost constant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

PLEDGED TO HONOR HIM President Tyler's Memory Has Not, However, Been Regarded HE WAS A FAVORED SON Virginia Gavo Him Every Position of Trust In Hor Power, but When Dead She Allowed ; Hlm' to Lib Half Century In Unmarkod Grave. Vttw people, probably, know that President Tyler, trnth president of the United HtatoH, linn novi.'i- I mil a monument, erectrd dvetr hln grave; In Hollywood, because Vlrglnlii huR not curried kit mHatuto on licr rtibOrdu to do so. Few. porijons, nrbbnblyi know that wlillo ho niui'h IntereHtfhOß been Htlrrnd tip In fuvor of bringing tho remaltiß of Mrs, Monroe and her daughter to Richmond to rout flrmlly beside tho. grave of Prenldnnl 3\loiiroo, tho State of . Virginia. n» pnrly nfi ISO", r"<<<n nfler tho death of I'rr-Kldont Tylor, bnuctcd ti law appropriating $3,000 or $5,000 for tho erection of a monument to tho hoii ot whom she was proud unrl honored In every way In her power. Yet that law . Iwp nover beei' executed because...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

4 HIGH WIND AT NORFOLK American Cigar Company's New Factory is Injured. GALE ON THE CHESAPEAKE Tho United States Seacoast Telegraph Wires Were Proslrated During tlio Day nnd No News' Could Bo . Had from tho Coast. (Special to Tho Tlmos-Blßimtch.) NORFOLK, VA., February 23.— The wind reached a velocity of thJrty-olght miles an hour in Norfolk Oil's morning, and during the height of tho blow considerable damag-a occurred. Th's wind Struck the American Cigar Company's new four-story > factory, in tlio course of construction on Princess Avenue, and the •whole bulJdlng waa damaged. Some fifteen fcot of tho brick work was blown out of one side ot Uie building and all four comers were twisted. Tho damage to the 1 building may meim Its entlro reconstruction. A negro workman was Injured by falling brlolia, The wind blew a galo on the coast and Bn Chesapeake Bay last night, and all Incoming steamers woro duluyod. The TJnHod' States seacoast telegraph . wires ■were prostrated during...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

GOOSE FARM FOR STATE. This Unique Enterprise May Be Inaugurated Here Soon, WANTS JAMES RIVER LAND North Dakota Man Here to Invest 925,000 in Right Place— Enlargement of Capital Greatly/ Needed, Says Register of Land Office. Tho demand' for Virginia farms and fnrm land by Northern tind Western pooplo Is great and conotantly Increasing. Mr. W. A. Wldgor, of ,I)aldwlnHvlllD, N. V,, wants to havo a "gooso faj/ni," something qulto tiniqua for Virginia. Mr. Wldger hna written to Colonel Richardson, Register of tho Land Ofllco, sayIng that ho wants a low, fiat farm, not very large,. with plenty of running water, p.nd wishes to make, a business of raising goese. Mr. J. McPhall, of Langdon, N. D., culled upon '.Commissioner Kolner yesterday, and had a lengthy talk with that official In regard to tho advantages which >. Virginia offers to homo see-kers, Tho .Westerner said that ho had fully decided 1 to locate In a more favorable clime tlmn that In which ho had lived. Hh hus "pulle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

. iXTIE ARE showing the advance styles— enough to interest and suit you— all TV lengths, from the very short to the extreme long ones. Spring Hats, too, HU and lots of new ideas in Spring Neckwear. ; MBH^fIaMHMDCWBMBWIHHBfIK ACADEMY— "Wednesday, Alice of Old Vincennes; Thursday, Primrose and Dockstader'a Minstrels; Saturday, mntinoe and nlg-ht, A Texas Steer. Bijou— Fawcott Stock Company, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with Tuesday mntlnee; Fedora, Thursday, matlnoo and night; Friday and Saturday, matinee and night, Kaßt Lynne. Last week. In one of the New York papers, appeared a criticism of a production of ono of the dramatic schools, Jn which tho writer, herself a woman, took occasion to say how much moro easily women adapted themselves to iho stage than men. She cited tho fact that a woman has tho battle half won, If nature has given her even a fair shara of beauty, or If, even lacking this, sho knows how to wear her clothes. I admit that a woman has every ad vantage ovor a man ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

DAN EMMETT, DIXIE'S AUTHOR, AND HIS MODEST HOME IN OHIO DANIEL DECATUR EMMETT AND HIS MODEST HOME. (Special to Tlie Times-Dispatch.) BAST LIVERPOOL. 0., Feb. 28.— 1n a lonely Jlttlo hermitage at the top of a steep hill, near Jit. Vernor, Ohio, Daniel Decatur Emmett, father of tha Necro Minatrelsy, 1b slowly passing away the last few days of his eventful life. Ho Is best known as the author of "Dixie," the eoul-atirrlng negro melody, which served as a rallying 1 song in two of the world's greatest wars. Sometimes as the sun sinks In the west. Uncle Dan, aa ho Is familiarly called, will be seen Btrolllng up and down the road, softly humming "Dixie." He loves to talk, more especially to the young, and charmed by the old man's plaintive voice and manner ho finds In them earnest listeners to Ms tales of tho early minstrelsy. Uncle Dan is living in the past. His dreams aro of his early trials and triumphs, Now eighty-seven years of ago Emmett was born in Knox county, 0., only a mile from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

fl CONVENTION ADJOURNS Will Probably Meet In Richmond Next Year. THE SESSIONS YESTERDAY V Largo Number of the Y. M. C. A. Delegates Re nalnod Over in Newport News Last Night to Hear Fred B. Smith. (Special to The Tlmeß-Disp»teh.) NEWPORT NEWS, VA., Feb. 23.The convention of tho Young Men's Christian Association at this mornlnK'a eosslon i was tendered an Imitation to hold its lUW meeting at Richmond by Secretary MoKee, of that city. The convention endorsed Richmond, and it Is very probable that the Executive Committee will accept tho Invitation. The business' of the convention was closed at to-night's (session, but tho event of the convention will occur tomorrow afternoon at 8 o'clock, when Mr. Fred B. Smith, of New York, religious ;work secretary of tho International Committee, will dolivor his famous address on "Tho Supper of DeiUh." This meeting has been widely advertised, and It U expeoted that fully two thousand men "will bo packed in the Academy. Tho convention adjourned this ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

B TROUBLE ON STREET CAR Negro Man and conductor Havo Lively Fight i-ADIESMUCH FRIGHTENED Rowdy's Head Laid Open by Conductor, Who Wloldod a Transfer Punch. The Man Is Now In the County Jail. Great excitement prevailed for a short time yesterday ufternoon upon a Seven Pinoa car, In which wero Healed quite a number of ladles and gentlemen. For eniisoß unknown a negro man, also a passenger, became obstreperous, and began to curso nnd Bwoar In an unseemly manner. When ho finally proceeded to kliJc up a row in good stylo tho ladles, wore much perturbed, and it lookod at one tlmo na IC thoro might bo serious tcoublo. Tho man was forcibly removed, whoreat ho booamo moro violent tlian over. A llvoly scrap in the roadway ensued, and/ blood llowod freely . until tho nogro'if*fieatl waa laid open by a transfer punch In thu handy of tho conductor. Ho wiuj later arrested and lockod up In tho Henrlco county Jail. HOW IT HAPPENED. When air No, 183 of tho Seven Pines lino pulled off from Richmond 1...

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