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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

^ "^RTV PAOES. THREE SECTIONS. th JiMK 58SS81B iffi-WHOLE NUMBER, 16,172. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22,1908. PRICE FIVE CENTS. INSANITY IS NOT NOW INCREASING Letter of Dr. Foster on This Subject. GREAT NEED OF MORE SAFEGUARDS is Too Easy to Put People In an Asylum Now, DR. FOSTER EMPHAT1C UPON THAT SUBJECT He Says Phthisis is Increasing and Inno ent People Are the Sufferers From the Arrangement of tho Hosplt- . als?Too Strenuous Llfe Often Causes Insanity. xne statement reccntly made In the Senato that insanity ls largely on the Increase in Vlrglnia has aroused much Interest. In a letter on thls subject Su perlntendent L. S. Foster, of the East _rn Stato Hospital, imys: I beg to say that my observatlon at :hls hospital for the post four years hus not been such as to convinco me that '.hero ls any vory great increase in In? sanity beyond what mlght be expected wlth n grovving populatlon. ln tho re? port of the superlntendent of thls tjo___ Pltals for the fiseal years endlng the...

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. — 22 February 1903

&-Pj&'&&fc?ifa >___r***<r__?***-^_~/ *" _?IN RICHMOND. tho Capltal clty /J..I or the Commonwonlth. claiming i> | the (listini'ii ,1- of i Mother of Presldents, the blrthdny nnnl versary of George Wn.hlngton w..* flrst celehratrd on Ftbruary llih (0. B...'V7S_. Elcvsn years Inter. according lo New Style. Iho date adopted wns Feb- j mary the 22nd. i Pt, murh has been written of Wn'shlns-1 ton tlmt nn.hlr.g now ron-.ilns to he told. , The tru*. Genrge Waahlngton. "flrpt In i ??Rr. first ln peace and flisl In Ihe hcarts WASHINGTON COAT OF ARMS. of hls countryrnen," Is nn Arperlcan cube., rooted in the affectlons of every msn, woman and chlld throughout the l'nlon?so that Lhe ways nnd whims of Wslshlngton can never bo told too often. IIA'rY, THE MOTHER OF WASHING? TON. Hls mother, .whose lnfluence mouldcd to a great degree his character, was Mary Rall. the daughter of Colonel Jo B?pli Ball. of Lancaster county. Va. She w&s a Just woman. not only to licr own i...

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. — 22 February 1903

?????*?*?????*--??r-i"i~i?i"j?t???f--??i????--???~"j)"j--i THESTORY f EIXING MAGHINE Being tlie Queer Object Found by Buster John, 5weetest Susan, Drusilla and Billy Biscuit, Under the Quidanceof Wally Wanderoon. The Chlldren go to Vislt Billy Blscult and on tho Way Dlscovor tho Old Men Who Is Looklng For -Q'o'dd - ??!._ Tlmes W& Used to Have. '. BydOEL CHANDLER'HARRIS. (Copyrlghtcd, 1908, by S. S. McCluro Co.) The surrendor of General Leo's army, and- tho cmanclpnUon of tho negroes, made a gretit change ln the prospects nnd prosporlly oC tho Southern pooplo, and brought about many results, whlch, whlle dlsagrecablo In themselvcs, havo slnce worked to tho a/lvantago ot the whole country, Such country gentlemen as Mr. Abercromblc, who, It wlll be ro membcrcd, wns the grandfather of Bus ter John and Sweetost Susan, wero com pallcd to glvo up tlio wholesome Ilves they had been leadlng, and look elsewhoro for the means of maklng their livlng. But Mr, Aborcromble, was more fortu nate...

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. — 22 February 1903

The Timcs-Dispatcli PUBLISHEB DAILY AND WEEKLTAT 4 N. TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, VA. ENTERED JAN. 27, 11KW, AT RICHMOND, VA., AS SECOND CLAS8 MATTER UNDER ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1R70. THB DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IS SOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS SOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, Wc. A MONTH, *5 A YDAR; ?".*" FOR S1X MONTHS; '"1,'M FOR THREE MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, 42-A YEAR. ? THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY'CARRIER, 15c. PER WEEK. . ?,r THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY CARRIEB, BC PER WEEK. ? '' WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. "1 YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUN1CATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. i REJECTED COMMUN1CATIONS YWLL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC COMPAN1ED BY STAMPS. UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MILL ERS'. 519 E. BROAD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY "2, 1903. THE CONFEDERATE CAUSE. Colonel Wllllam E. Cameron, who In / ln cloquont oratlon presented to Lee Camp on Friday nlght a portralt ot Gen srnl James L. Kemper, denlcs that bo expressod gratlt...

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. — 22 February 1903

POE*S PHOTO GIVEN TO HIM Dr. J. F. Carter Received It From Rosalle Poe. '"*T '_ riE WAS POETS FRIEND i -? ' They Used to Walk the Streots Together and Poe Was Wlth Hlm on Last Night In Riehmond?Fund ofln terectlng Remlniscences. *}? llfe-story ln fact or flctlon Is of moro Intorost than that of Edgar Allen Poe. who Bpont hls boyhood And youth in thla clty. and who, though she thought llttlo enough of hlm In hlB llfetlmo, Rieh? mond claims, wltll Baltlmore, thc honor hla namo and hls unexcellod, If not peer less. poetlcal productlons bestow. Poe dled ln 1849 and It Is a raro treat now to moot one who know hlm woll and whoso memory ls clear after tho lapse of flfty-four years. Such a person Is found tn Dr. John F. Carter, of thls clty. Though sofonty-soven years of age and ?omewhat fooble ln body, his mlnd Is as brlght and strong and hlit memory as clear as lt waa when ho walked the Btreets of Riehmond wlth hls frlend, Poo, Ravcn" and "Auinabel Lee" at "Dunciin Lodge, now the Riehmond...

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. — 22 February 1903

Just two days more nnd the winter pea ion of 1933 will be at an end. next Wcd lesday being the first elny of Lent, 'lho lume Rent, as all tho world knows, i-.uis spring, anil Ihe season.of Lent alieis In ilio great spring fast, Just a?? the ?Oustor season symbolizes the great spring festival. Th olii Anglo-Saxons called March tlio ?ength month, posslbliy, heciuso during Its course the vernai equinox occurred ?nel the days grew perceptibly longer, or jocauso being devoted to matoiin] nlcas ircs. the March period of abstinence and tasting mudo tho hours .seem long und their burden wearisome. Twentieth century people of the "Smart Bet" do not emulate tho Saxons. To Ihe m March seems all too short for what they wish to crowd Into it. Already Plnehurst, Allco-n, St. Augustine, Palm Beach and other Southern -resorts are flooded with gay visitors, seeking Im? munity from piercing winds nnd leaden lkl?as and seeking Renten diversions at the samo time. The out-of-door life, the folcine, the ...

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. — 22 February 1903

*ifCHl.ONM?j Wm\m\ FOR THE PEOPLES CHOICE OOD LUCK JSaking Powder, IS AS VAST AS THE ENTIRE SOUTH. >candemon3trat,esil'SJ erit. ?i _ i (Contlnued from Slxth Page,) _i__ wlll bo largely mad up from tho rnnks 6f married people, there belng only a fow exceptlons'ln tho caso of very intlmato friends. A feature of tho occaslon wlll bo tho gontlemon present, who wlll eschew the delights of thelr ciubs nnd of each other'B Bociety for one ovonlng nnd revlvo tho ntmosphero of several docades ago, when no entertalnment was considered complete without a proper Infusion ot the gallant rnaacullno element. SoSid South Table. Tho chalnnun of the Solld South tablo nt tno Confederato Bazaar is Miss Mlnnio Itaughmnn; the alternato/'MIss Ellzabclh F. Townes; the treasurer, Miss Isotlno Moses. Tho commltteo Ineludes. Miss Nannlo R. Hcth, of Washlngton, D. C. Mrs. Frank T. Crump. Mrs. T. M. Bmerson, Miss Isabella Maury, Mrs. Robert Whlto, of West Point, Va.; Miss Julla Gould man. Miss Eleanor Trce, M...

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. — 22 February 1903

1 Society Events of the Week in Southern Gities SOCIETY IN NORFOLK A Ouict Week Precedes the Enforced Qulet of Lcnt. nHE EVENTS OF THE WEEK Norfolk Girls Aro Resting Upon Their Oars, While the Busy Social Season of tho Wlnter Is Passing?Some Card Parties and Teas. _; (Siifdal ta Tlw Tln_c_.Dlsr>_.tc!i._i NORFOLK, VA., Feb. 21.?Glrls here __.re coy. Thoy know when to bo seen and "when to be as demurc as a Quaker, with? out tho assistancc of the garb of grny; nnd when to bo devout wlthout the pos elblo hypocrisy of thu Purltnn_ Tho Nor tolk girl Is nclther Purltan nor Quaker, yet she knows how to assume, If she does not possess the chnrms of both. Those QUfrulous and mallclous persons, who do not know tho sterllng. cbaracter ot tho jNorfolk glrls, might be incllned to be? llevc tl)at tbey aro assumlng a cbaracter thnt they do not possess ln remuinlng so .ulct for nn cntire week, because of the spproach of Lent, when they wlll hnve Jo bo qulet. But nclther mallec nor any Mher nnjust...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

Have won their laurels fairly on their merits. The Longfelo Itodels for 1903 reflect the newest . styles in woman's attire. 150 Styles toselect from- a variety that is certain to contain the identical garment that your figure requires to accentuate its beauty and correct its defects. Styles 425 at $ 1.00 and 430 at $1.50 made of Batiste with hose supporters attached are distinctly this season's proper models. More eicpensive patterns exquisitely finished, made of any corset mater ials if you desire them. ? r A Sha.pe for Every Figure ASK YOUR DE.ALEB*. SOGIETY REVIVES IN LYNCHBURG Brilliant Receptlon G3vert' tiy Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Levvis at Thelr Home. (Speclnl to The Tlmen-Dlspatcb.) LYNCHBURG. VA., Fobruary 20.?After belng ia wlnter jjuarte rs for several ?weeks, Lynchburg socioty was revlvod on Thursday evenlng of this week wlth a brilliant receptlon given by Mr. and Mrs. John IL Lewls, at thelr home on Court Stre-ot. The halls and apartmonts of tha resldence had been charmlngly ...

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. — 22 February 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son nnd Daughter who Need to Know. For the Buslness Han Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World or Ours Hlstory-making Events In All Llnes of Activlty. Brief. CLosslflcd, Complete, to Date. A Renay Reference Encyclopcdla. jimertcan Jxffairs. Xnox On Trust Lnws. In a newspapcr Intervlew Attorney ? Oeneral Knox sald that the trust legts latlon now ennctcd by thls sesslon of Congress, wns satlsfnctory 10 tho Ad minlBtratlon. He thought a vory lofig strlde In ndvance had been aceompllshod nnd tho promiso of last fall made good. Bryan's Call To Arms. In a front pngc, four-column announce rnicnt of his weekly paper, "The Com mone'r," date of February 13th, AA'. J. Jonnlngs makes "a cnll to nrms." lt Is nddressed to Democrats of ? tho Kan brs Clty platform stripo nnd urges Irri medlato organlnatlon of clubs ln every votlng preclnct of tho country to off __t the efforts of tho Grover Cleveland factlon whlch Bryan says are belng mado l...

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. — 22 February 1903

THE HISTORY OFASCHOOL *-_lthfu. Work in Faquier and Its Results, ADVANCEDIDEAS IN FORCE Prof. Gilkoion takes Charge of an'Or dinary Country School andBrlngs lt to High State of Efficiency? Ef? feet on the Communlty. (Speclal to Tbe TlraeR-Dltipnt-l),) MORR1SVILLE, VA., Feb. 21.-In 1886 Or. VV. D. Coopor, Alr. Julius Pllcaor and Alr. Hugh Ca_meron. echool trustees of Lee D'sirlct, Fauquier county, pald |3_5 for one acro ot land wlth a sma.l one-story and ono-roomed bulldlng upon lt for tho llrst publlo school In Morils vlllc. To-day the Alorrlsvlllo publlc echool syBtem has thls bulldlng vasily Improved, wlth another school-rootn. an? nexed, all equlpped. wlth moro modern furniture and a largo new bulldlng 24x10 feet In size and two 12 feet storles ln helght, built upon thoroughly up-to-date plans. In 1888 twenty-flvo puplls and ono teacher was looked upon as a lnige school. It now has three regular teach ers, has speclal arrangemonta made for furnlshlng Instructton In muslc to pupl....

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. — 22 February 1903

MILL-END SALE W.LL HAVE TOO FLOORS HQNDAY-THE BASEMENT AND MAIN FLOOR?FOR ACTIVE SERVICE TO OUR PUBLIO. TMOUSANB DOLLARS' C$70,000) WORTH! a_s fseoof-ded by "tme: cost to us, >jp]HESE goods represent almost every item of merchandise that is created new for the coming season, and for that reason are the ad jJL- vance guards of what is to predominate as the best and surest style,*for Spring, 1903. Short pieces sure?ordinarily from one to ten f^.7*7^ -__T r - "?-- *-> u_ iji __i_.,i..i,.vuv_ .___. _u_ _-,v_o. <__i_u.__ui_.ol _iyi-. '?, v^....^,, ._._.__. uiivu __)ict_cs suic?_i_iiiaruy iruin one tO ten afflSM yards; but you are not limited in quantity, as the starting of the sale presents in most cases hundreds of pieces that match up, and are, therefore, convertible to any use or garment desired. If you make a purchase and are ri_t satisfied with the goods you can return or * fine Dress Fabric, Silks, Lace Curtains or Cotton Fabric. the prices \vi 11 average about one-half. a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

FORTY PAiJES. THREE SECTIONS. TH/g|ir.l5'S: I.SIiSSlB B&-WHOLE NUMBER. 16,172. RICHMOXD, VA., SUXDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMJ1ARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Feb, 21.-Foreeast for Sunday and Monday: Virglnla-Falr Sunday. proceded by rain ln aouibeasl poitlon; Jlonday falr, fresh to orlRlt north to norihwest wlnds on the coaat. North Carollna?Falr Sunday, freah to DrisK northwest wlnds on the coast; Mon day talr. The temperature went oteadlly upward yesterday unti! It reached a vtry comfort ftble stage. Last nlght tho tendency was downward agaln, though the freezlng polnt was not reached. Statlonary tem? perature la expected to-day. STATE OF TIIE THERMOMETER 0 A. M. . . 33 12 M. +5 8 P. M . 43 6 P. M.,/......39 9 P. M.SS 12 mldnlght .35 Averaga . 3SV. Hlghest temperature yesterday. 43 Lowest temperature yc-t-tfcrday. 23 Normal tt-mperntitre for Feb. 3", Prc-clpltatlon during past 24 hours,... 00 MINIATURE~ALMANAC. Feb. 22, 1903. Bun rlsea.6:52 I HI...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

jrtant that once produced such Crult, may llwnys be relled upon to produce It nga.n. Intcltect Is an liidlvidual quality; char Kctcr a roclal attrlbute. lt la. thoreiorn, Kio more than what mlght nntuyaily havo bear, e__ptoted Lliat the 8ame luocli from Whlch George Wn^hlngton sprung should later on produca Abraham I.tnccln nnd Robert . Leo Thls waa no rnce nf Cor slcana, producmg ono Nnpoloon and cx ptrlng ln Ihe eflort; but, like the Anclent Romnn3, thnt bred great atftte-smen nnd generals fnster Jhan contlnuous wara could slay them, tho Southern people, na lf lo prove that Washlngton. after all, was but a glorloua type of Southern man? hood, presented also to the world a Mnr shall. n Jetlcraon, a Clay, n CaJhoun. an Albert Sldney Johnston n.iul a Stonew.ill Jackson! Nor aro theae all, Mr. Chnlr mnn, for ' '.horo aro hllla beyond Pent xtnd." and tho name of Dlxle's groat sons Ib leglon! Thls noble race hns not do fenerated Let but the occaslon _-ri_o, ind Southern horoes wlll ngai...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

"TTTT-rTTT-rTT'T * f T Ttt-f-t't. Attractions at the Playhouses. ACADESIY-Tuoadny, Mr. Jolly of Jollet! Wednesday, niatinoo and nlght, LevvlH MiirilHon, In Faust! Thuraday, Iho Frlaoncr of Zendo." BIJOU?Xlg Zag Alley, all week, with uaual matlncea. Probably very few people who nro ao qualnted wlth Mnnngor Leath know that ho was evor on ihe boards. RIchmond han known hlm ns a miinagcr for many yenrs, nnd hla faco ls famlllur to ncorly every Iheatre-goer ln Ihe clty. llu Is a typlcal manager, and ho looka tho part. But Mr. Leath was not nlwaya a man? ager, He Is now llving on Eo?y Street, and la tho best-ltnown manager ln the South. Moro than twenty-ilve years ago, however, Mr. l-_enth waa n "profes Blonol." Hls llne of buslness waa that of a maglclun. ond he went about tho country dolng trlcks. Thoso were the dnys when Wymnn nnd Xora Semon were tourlng nll over the country, glving away prcseiita at ench pcrtormance. Manager l.eath'a atagc name thon waa Profesaor Thomas Glenroy. As a ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

RANCOR AGA1NST SOUTH Protests Against Placing Lee Statue in Hall COME MOSTLY FROM THE MIDDLE WEST Grand Army Organizalions Strenuously Object. CRITICISM OF GEN. FITZ LEE'S SPEECH Bouthern Congrosman Says He Went Too Far in Hls Utterances in Speech at Lee Camp Hall -Chance to Get Beautiful Trees for Riehmond Parks. By Walter Edward Harrls. (Spi-clul to The TlmL-a-Ultiiiiitch.) WASHINGTON. D. C, February 21. "fremendous opposltion ls de.'eloplng to the proposltlon to place a statue of Gene? ral Lee ln Statuary Hall. Republlcan members of Congress from States of the North and West are belng overwnelmed wlth protests. These come from Grand Army of the Republlc organlzatlons and from Individuals. A member lola me to day he had no Idea that sentiment agalnst "he proposltlon was so strong. Ohlo. lndlana. Iiillnols. Kansas. Iowa and one or two of the New England States seem most strongly opposed. Sen? timent agalnst lt is not nearly so Btrong In New England hs would be supposed. New York Is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

rTTTTV-TTT'T ? t-?-*l~ttt-f"t-*-'-tt"1 In Lighter Veinl r- M,an-/,thinBs can be treatcd in a Hght and frivolous manner C*ood light, however, cannot bc treatcd llghily. Good light enablcs you to keep rood eycsight. It avoids doctors' bills as ?well as gas bills, Wc will prescribe for all light troubles free of cost?and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. , We hope before many more months are past to have the mantle of fame cover us on account of our good work in manteis, Ministers and rnissrnaries help people lo be good?we come next and offer thera every facility to keep clean. " Cleanliness ' is next to godliness." We have the best assortment of bath room supplies in the city?this 'act won't wash -ut. See ? RICHMOND PLUflBING & MANTEL CO? Both plioncs 636. 20 N. Nlnlli Street, Hlelimond, Vn. THE TRIAL 0FJJ.K1NG Is to Come Up Next Tuesday In Hustlngs Court. NEW EVIDENCE IS LIKELY Reported That the Defense May Spring a Surprise, Which May Fftesult in the Acquittal of Mr. King. ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

UNION ST listoric Methodlst Church in Petersburg. (Specldl to Tlie Tlinos-niipnteli.) PETERSHURG. VA.. Feb. 21.?Tlio last meeting hns been held nt Union Street Methodlst Church, and thls lilstorlo bulld? lng will now soon glve place lo a. modern warehonso. The last meeting was Sn bl to-nlght under the auspices of tne i2p worth League Unlons of PeJ-n'lburg. !"lo unions at one 'timo contctnplau.d Ihe pur? chase of tho property wlth a vlew lo pre h-crvlng the builriing, but the Idea wd.s libandoned and tlie property was reccrt ly sold at auctlon. ' At tho meeting to niglit short talks were made liy ench ct Uie Methodlst mlnlstera in Petersburg, glving an aceount of tho development of thelr church. ? phper on Methodlsfn prlor to thp bulldlng di' Unlon Street Church ln-1818-and during tho tlme :hts church was occupled by while peoplij wns reudi The fenture of the meeting .wns the _-ing ing of tho old-timc. Methodlst hyinns. The mectlug wns lnrgely ?itiended, and many people of all. donom...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

FoIIowb nlosoly ln bho wnko of JMEIUT; Bticcusr HtaiulH ready to orown merlfc, And inorlb l? tho naturul followlng of FAIR DEAUNOS?H0E8EST GOODS?HONEST PRICES You cnn havo no bottor rnnrcBontntlon of nll threo of theso rcqulsllcs than tho ?ffiBHBPnBHBggK .flSRAK^i: BBABIft _ 1 HARDMAN, KIMBALL, If you piu'chnsoono of those planos thero wlll bonoroam fordlssntlsfnctlon. In maklng your CALOULATIONS for tho best way to . glvo plcasurc nt homo DOH'T OVERL00K TlfE PlnyB tho best of muslc wlthout nnv former mnslcnl educatlon. Ono lesson of flftecn minutes nnd you havo ull uecessnry knowledgu to produce anj'composltlon of intisiu, from tho lntcst enke walk to tho moat uilUculb olasBics, Just stop In and lut us show you. Write for catalogues. YOU ARE IHVITED TO CALL AND HEAR IT. 103 EAST BROAD STREET. JAPANESE MAKE GOOD SERVANTS Offlccrs of Navy Find Them Especially Satlsfactory on Shlp-board. (Speclnl to Tho 'XlniM-Dlnnaitch.) YORKTOWN, VA., February 21? When tho war-dogs of tho L'ntted St...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

/?*_> WM offer Monday 300 Boys1 and Children'_ Suits, plain and fancy, ages 3 to 16 years, that sold up to $3.00 at. Other Suits that sold up to $5.00 wlll be offered at $2.45. P??"No goods charged or sent on approvnl at this Monday Sale. ' I THE WEEK'S EVENTS I IN THE SUBURBS. i <S*s-<3><?'$><^3*Sx5*-><->3^^ I BARTiDB BUEaCHTS. f Mlss Mclntiro has returned to her homo in Hanover. after a vlslt to her aunt ln Brooklnnd Park. Mlss Myrtle Chjt, who has been vlslt? lng frlends on the Heights, haa returned to her homo In Scottsville. Mlss Clara Long gave n tea In honor of hor friend, Mlsa Shelboumo ,? of RIch? mond. l Mr. Brownlng, who hns been vlsltlng Mr. George Smlth, of North Avenue, hns returned to Mary lnnd, Mlsa L. Norton, who has been qulte 6lck at her home on North Avenue, is iinpro'vlng, Jlr. James McCann, ot Ashland, Is vlsltlng on the Heights. Jlr. John Ramsey, who ha-s heen vlslt? lng Mr. Jones, of Mlller Avenue. hns re? turned to hls home in G...

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