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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

LIQUOR BILL ISPOSSIBLE Passagoof Watts Blll bythe House Changes Sltualion. NATURE OF THE MEASURE lt Dlffers ln Certaln Respocls from the More Vigerous London Bill Now Under Dlscusslon ln tho Senate. (Spoclnl to Tb* Tlmf-s-Dlspstcb.) RALEIGH, N. C, Fobruary 21.-Con trary to Iho expectatlon of many people who favored some temperanco leglsla tlon, It bcgliu* to look npw aa though the North Carollna General Assembly will really pass somo sort of an cffoctlve rneas ure. However, there ls Btlll consldcrabl* work to be dono beforo tho House and Sonate can posslbly get togother on a blll, The possage of the Watta blll ln tho Houso last nlght and tho fact that the I-ondon blll ls now pendlng in the Senato, wlth strong probablllty of pass lng, means ln that event tbat a confer? ence commlttee wlll ulttmately haive to bo appointed to prepare a compromlsie blll, and, then thero wlll probably bo much of'tho flght all over agaln In both bronches of tho assembly between tem? peranco and untl-tempc...

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. — 22 February 1903

WAS SHOT IN THE SQUA1 'A Member of the Governor's Famlly Heard the Report. A MYSTERIOUS STRANGER Dark Man With a Union Card, Seoking Alms, is Belng Looked for by tho Police?Was Seen Prior to tho Shooting, but Not Since. There la not os much mystery sur toundlng the shooting' of Mr. Hugh C. acing as was nt first apparont, and near? ly everything is belng concentratcd upon the dlscovery of the Identlty and the v.'hcreabouts of a strnnge man, who has beon seen about the clty recently and who was seen ln tho lmmedluto loeallty ot tho shooting ly several persons sliort Jy boforo the oceurrence of Frlday nlght, Iuid who hns not beon seen slnce. The flrst statement made by the wounded man, that ho wns shot whllo standing on Franklln Street, almost ln iront of Putnnm's Theatre, ls not bornc out by facts. At the tlrne the shooting look place thoro was a party oC mon standing near the front door of this bar-roora adjolnlng tho theatre, engaged in conversatlon. The party were'ln tho place from...

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. — 22 February 1903

uinis oycie KEEP IN MIND THE CREDIT ADVANTAGE. Remember, everything marked in plain figures at cost prices. You can pay in small payments, weekly or monthly. Special Sale Laces and Hamhurgs, Largest Stock and Best Selection in the City at Greatly Reduced Prices. New Paris thanks Calis f?r Veil ings, Thesa pretty new Velltnga Riehmond will thank Sycles for thera. Fish-Nct, CliilTons, cmbroidery bor dora, in all new sliadcsj special, 20c, yard. , Silk Mull. "VVhito nnd black and all eolors j special, 49c, Silk "MouHselinc, will washj special, 60c. (48 inclicB wide). Table Damask for Dresses Smnl! Flgurcd Table Damask, somo* thing cntircly new, full 2 yard9 wide; special, $1.25 yard. Tho center, uscd for drcss nnd border, is appliqued for trimming. Trunk Sale. $8.00 Canvas Trunks j Special, 85.00. Special salo Trunks, $2.50 to $3.00, Baby-Carriage*/. Special Rcduction. $25.00 Carriagcs, $12,50. ?20,00 Carriagcs, $10.00. Lace Curtain Sale. $5.00 Curtains, $2.50 pair. $12.00 Curtains, $0...

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. — 22 February 1903

MARKETS. ?WEEKLV BANK ?????3?????. NEW YORK. Eoli. ? .?The statement of the avonutes of ihe cienrlnif-houso buiuis Of.this city for tho week shows: ; Loans. ?I?0.:v7.7ri0: Increase. W?>???;m Deposits, t?f>S.2i;i,M0; Increase. {??.???,??. Circulation, ?43,101 .SOO; decrease. i,4u,K?0. Lonral-tonders, *?G9,Ci7t,6O0; decrease. t?. 72S Suo Specie, ?SO,772,000: decrease. njMUO?. Reserve. *249,840.f>00? docre.iso. f.5,,iV).700.. Reserve required, |31Q,801.SK! increase, T27 *WY1 Surplus, ?9,041.6751 decrease. t6.4i.-..oao. Ex-United States deposits. $19,081,975; de? crease, JC,475,725. MONEY AND "ExCHANGK-C];pSEl Time money steady; sixty days. 4% per ceni.: ninety days, 4V& per cent.; sis ?monili?;. i-?i?F? per crut: money on call nomln.il. Pierllng exchange nominal win actuel business in bankers' bills at J4.S7.7u for demand and at }4.<S5.i?5 for sixty day bills; posted ratos. i4.S.->ii,57.|.SSV6; commer? cial bills. M.S.ftrH.KIV.. Bar silver, 4S; Mexican dollars, '37%....

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. — 22 February 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MIN.MUM CHARGE 25 Cents, CashlnAdvanoe THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MlrtiMIIM CHARGE . 25 Cents, CashlnAdvanoe ONE CENT A WORD. _ ~--P WANTED?-MAtE-_ wanted, two white uoys at ____% Nur'h aixth Street at once, W^.?.E1S' R--1STEKED PHARMA LIHI. Reply,, slatlng experlence, eto., to Box __. Nowport News. Va. ?WANTED. WHITE MAN~TO~WOI-K ON farm nenr tho clty. Oood wages, M. L. PHAUP & CO., 6 Shockoe S.lp. WANTED. ADDRESSES OI? TWO OR three young men, wlth talenl for draw? lng and a deslre to make monoy. Ad? dress D. T.. enre thla ofTlc., YOUNIJ MAN wTn I'ED FOR COULECT Ing nnd offlce woArk. Apply _1_ N. lrlltli Street. ?W.V...ED, CLERK THAT HAS HAD~ some experlenco in e ocery buslness. Addresa Box 23. Swnnsboro, Va. WANTED, AT ONCE, A MAN OF aome experlenco ln hardware buslneas; send references. A good posltlon. Ad? dress "S?" Covlngton, Va. _._' WANTED, SEVERAL BALESMEN?TO bacco, buggles, clgars, also advertlsers; money back o...

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. — 22 February 1903

eci'T cUitnoE a 23 Osnis. liVOSD. Casli Ir Siivancta The Want Stipplying Want ADS. THAT Supply Eveiybody's Wants. MINIMUM one CHARGE CENT 25 Genfs, Cash In Advanco BOAKDETiS WANTED. WANTKD, BOARDERS FOR NlCli ihlnl-story froni ROOM, nnd one gcnU?* mnn roi socond-story front ROOM, lumted: honor. comforts. Apply nt 103 i\. Seventh Strcot. FOR SALE* FOR SALE-A FINE SINOER SEWING MACHINE: lniest Improve.l; as new, nll tim latcst nttachments; speclnl nnr gnln to qulck purchaser. No, 3J0 Hroolr Avenue. FOR SALE?HANDSOMH HII BTLAND PONY; n llne Indivldiml; young. nlcely hrnken. klmi aml gcntle. Address SIIET I.A.M.. Box ?t.>;. Xorfolk. Va, POR SALE?ONE-HALF CORD SAW"*XD Slahs $?.'.;'.">: n,leo good dry wood, both oak nn.I olne, nnd all Ulnds of ooul at lowest prices. FLOYD TYLER, WS XV. Cary Street. FOR SALE?ANTIQUE FUiLS'lTURE. Solid Wulnut Extension Tnblo and G lenvos; nlso other artlcles. Apply S<W N. Flflh Streot. FOR SALE~-A FINE SWEET-TONBD ORGAN; as now; bargnln to prompt c...

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. — 22 February 1903

J AUCTION SALES-MONOAY. T ItUSTEE'S SALE 1 OF VALUABLE PAMUNKBY RIVER FARM IN HANOVER COUNTY. ??A'h-^iS?.In ?, Aeai ?? irMi> reeordad ln tho clerk's offleo of the County Court fwHil*?*iv*\rJ.cVt,n-!.l ln ?S?a-b00k * P'1*"8 MONDAY, THE23D DAY OF FEBRURAY, 1003, at 2 o'clock P. M., tlit-mi ?8?i ^Al V,01 ?^,,."?.wn an(1 valuable Kr?. cS!Led 0o.u'<:l Hlll," conlalnlng 810*1 ??..?;,,moro .1" ,eA8' "H'-atocl ln Hanovo? 2?nilty r0n ln* Pamunkey rivor. sevcn SIJJSS , ,? Hanover Courthouso, and RicrwionS m"0a ?,rom th0 olty of TERMS: Cash. GEO. P. HAW. Trustett Goo. XV. Mayo, Atictloneer, 130* Eaat Maln Streot. 0 KWffh AND PARLOR FURNITURE, ?. J?HA,MnEU SUITS, HALL RACKB, ('ARI-PR ' CABINET. S1DEBOARDS, WARLROBES. ETC. AT AUCTION. J m'"' 8*" at m-/ auctlon-houso, at 10 , D MON-uaV. FEBRUARY 23. 190", 1 Roll- rop Destc, 2 Parlor Sul.s Oak and walnut Chamber Suits, Oak Book-Case, .1 uak Hall Racks, Rosewood and other wardrobes, Offleo Chalrs, large lot Por "??:";? "jndBlankcts. '5 Oak an...

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. — 22 February 1903

?!A CHAPTER ORGANIZED '"The Eastern Star at Williams turg Has Many Members. THE NEW ELECTRIC LINES It Is Proposed t? Construct One from Toan o to West Point and Urbanna, nn- Later Other Lines Will ? .Follow. (Special to The Tlffles-Dlrp?tch.) WILLIAMSBUKG,?. VA., February Zl. ???. and Mrs. 'Nesbltt and Mrs. Bowman, of Richmond, were lier* last night, and organized a chapter of the Eastern Star, In connection wl th the Wllllamsburg Ma? sonic Lodge,. About. forty-ilve member? were enrolled. After conferring the de? gree, reireshments of cream and cake were ?ervedu The. officers: chosen are as follows: Worthy Matron-.-Mrs. Abe Roberts; As? sistant Matron. Mrs. Vf. U Jones; Wor? th ? Patron, Mr'. Paru Jones; Marshal, Mrs. Bydnoy Smith; Conductress. Mrs. J. B. Spencer; Assistant Conductress. Mrs. Viola Ware; Chaplain. Rev. li T. Louthan: Organist, Miss Daisy Roberta; Warden. Mrs.. J. 8- Charles; Sentinel, Mr. ? F. Wolle: the five pointe, of the Star. Mrs, . Archie Brooks. Mrs. L. W. Robe...

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. — 22 February 1903

-RICHMOHB, VA., STHSTDAT, FEBBXXABY 22, 1903. m f~ ___ i i ' 17 M 11 I -r, }) wm\ 1?- v _\hmii",i.w i;. \n-?\. ?_? *v 0 'Hey, there! _Yew ham't paid no toljI Cunijack here 1" "They've got tew cum b&c.kthiswayj_Ezra,%nd we'H ketcti 'em!" ^ejr^jhey cum now, Hiram, and they're cumin' like blazssJ" /'Great Hokey iTlfo Harold and Ru^rt je Coureeyl^. ^/__ ^ , t _ ^hey^rejuret^bekijledi^ ___ " We'li be hung fer murder, E_jra 1" -?-;-' *--??---?-?-?-1 L_ _-? ? ?' ' '(J } <,What_5it^Aboltiromhcyinl._ttiraro?,^ \ , 'Oh! look, %ro!dl Thev lookfaurfafawe didV ? ThiaJ*piate ^nihao^ldiiiidwiL^R^f^

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

i -I jm m LOST PAPER. WHEREISIT? Manuscrlpt of the Confederate ; Constitutlon Sought 1%. LEE-AS A WORLD'S HERO 6aHent Polnt* In Hls Character?Anec . dote? and Pqerrjs Oincernlng thi ?Soldler* . ot the Two ArmlBs. The "aot that the manuscrlpt copy ot the Constitutlon of the Confederate States cannot ba found lf in cxlstence, ls revived ln a newspaper letter wrltwn by sir. v*>iiii!i.m ffi. Curtls. General Alnsworth, who has charge of the War ftecdrd'a onice ln Washlngton, ls of thfe opinion that the ddcument was never engrossed. Or| that subject Tha Tlmes-UiBpaitch ra not informed, but some of our Mohtgohiery contemp>irar.*ai may bc, fdr lt waS In that clty that the Confederato Constitutlon waa framed. Perhapa there Are elerlcu.l ot Other eni ployes of the conventlon Wlio remember what ms done as to that. Poeslbly tlie rough draft wa* placed ln the hands Of some expel't pe,.iman'to be Jiandsomoly engrossed and. by reason of the accldents cr exig*nol6s of'fVa"'. $i&* never ro...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

eWSANDQOSSIP FROTI FOREIQ^TCAPITALS AND CITIE &PEAKABLE TURK LEFT UNMOLESTED >ltly on Jealousles B-ppean Natlons. I A woi eomple*j have The , acrurV"lty Between ' Two Most Nowlembers of tho British thef?Pope Leo. to Ocle tt brti rO CONTRAST "our Dlsttnct Jubllees. botl whfl 1/MAX O'RELL. Umlle to The Tlmes-Dispatch. roonfLpyright, 1903.) , lf s*Vlar-' *????Tho unspeakable would'ejtly golng to be left tih ?*"ln ?'?jSklt ls truo that the lato profesB~||.lle8 Jm aroWea hu noscd, aa. clo was Tfc" ln Europe, that pho bruah, arfff"lbl? sccnos havo been pcelod ofKuhft realistlc enough Night ls%t'ce2e ln your velns, brush or r*> no purpose, -warm and a\ tu-cuBtomo" to tlio Make a. lath?f those mlsdeeds, trver the facat**." shame ot tlie It the face Iltlll be done. emt movemcntsli leas conccrned wrlnkles shouldisacre of Chrlat ?tage, bo as to Hktrages on thelr pronouneod, wnrrvthoy are about are very wrlnklcdVn allowed by ty ln eradlcatlng * through the ? complexlon brush; For crow...

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. — 22 February 1903

Prnf Anthonu. *scrh frelses th&t wuiQt\ 'soodlmAs ewtGoot 1 z^^x\=n , (Copyright. I9i>", by Anthony Barker.) thGopd J.ungs, good health. St\Goo<". jupge, gond a,DP0tita. Qood lungs. no conaumptton, no xier jro.usness, no palnn ln the liea.rt, no ln fcOniola, ? no diislness, no smothering .-p.-JJe, and .llttle pr np dangar Xrpm pneu nenRn(a, pleurtsy arjd klndred lUs. T. Gnod langs mean much air for .the body. B,Plenty of tfreah alr means all the oxygen nthat 1-he body can eonaume, and oxygen cfed blood take? beahh to all parts of pthe human system. Thus ? good lungs pare at. the bqttom of good health. v Good lungs can be kept through life r.op)y by fonstunt end ponsistent exer e-clse. TUpdejr nprmal condltions tlie cheat ?end its muiwles naturally tncrease in o.sIjsb -U.ntll *""* twenty-fltb year. Jncre.-jse C^n chest dirnenslons is primarlly due to I grester lung expanslop- After thls pe 1" .r'od tlie chest gradually recedes unless exer-cjse pf some sort is used to curb U...

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. — 22 February 1903

LINES OF LOVLINESS RESTORED BY ART OF SO \LETWhE-T0VCH. BJ? LtGHT ^AThEP TriAfl IJEr^Vr3.} The Flesh is Made Firm and the Texture of the Skin Improved?Daily Care and Attention Need? ed if One Would B e Beautiful. BT KATHFiRINB MORTON, (Copyright 1CKB.) ? A woman must havo smoothncss ? of complexion as wnll as fnlrness, Bho cai havo nolther without perfoct clGanlinoss. The greatest beautlflor, thereforo, is ncrubblng. Not only must face, hands, throat, peck and arms bc thoroughly washed? they must now and then comn In for a thorough scrub, wlth tho comploxlon brush or rubber spongc. ' For thla process, a gentlc hand ls far better than a heavy one. It Ih said that a well-known bcauty nnd soclety woman, who trled face Bcrubblng for the flrst tlme, found hcrsclf a prisoner ln her room at tho hclght of tho season, owlng to a sovere case of fnco sklnnlng. If sho had used the brush herself thcro would havo beon no trouble, but hor ikln was much moro dcllcate than the professlonaK who was t...

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. — 22 February 1903

-f4-4-t?"r ? S/io* iS.CE PHILL1PS K. AV. Phillips.') .?..;..;.: .i.^...^>.i-. ._..:?'.,: ?:...:.:.. '.vts. L At Efiong enough Princess' Sllp r my toiiKiie? plenty of IU" I'd met a lot thls dny, nnd i two drinks lnto certaln, becauso tlng doso I hnd ti both my rlght t twico as many tnrted. t for home I felt ysclf? not exnetly i le, bul. not n-going to ,'elther. I was warhllng .11 1 was worth?you know i I can slng7 Cock-eyed jn to Bay It made hlm for troubles. "Because," says don't imtico triflcs when a ?ou over the head wlth a ras enjoylng everything in jven _ little drlzzle of vain tliat '. .-Ivlng by in rngs of wclno-is, when ., X-faccd Bwntty nt Fort Johnson fl me. iw, it's a drcadful thing to bo bulted _ ileath by n nanny-goat. but for a full J.od cow-puncher to he held up hy a .ilrtlcr Is worse yet. V,; To say that 1 was hot under the collar don't glvo you the rlght IdciL of the way r felt. "Why, you cross between tho lnst rose of summer nnd -a bob-talled flush!" says I. "wha...

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. — 22 February 1903

SCffOOL FOR flOl/SEW/VErS -1-7 By M&rion Har/emdf ._ HOUSEWIFE'S -T- ? . ! EXCHANGE EM. B, oska: "Ib thero any good lott in soup meat that hat elmmored for four or flve hours?" By "good" I preaume nutrlmant ls meant Your anBwer, "None. lf tht cooklng has been properly done.". Doctors say that aoupa aro stlmulatlng, but have very littlo nutntlvo value. Whcce Is tho nutrlmont of tho meat? Wlll you klndly explaln? ? jj. n. r. Thero may be a llttle nutrltlve vnlue In soup that has boen: ttralned and aleared. There ls inuoh ln broth properly pre-; parcd. The meat should bo mlnccd to begln wlth. The cold water actlng upon the brokon flbrcs, eof tens and Incllncs them to yleld up thelr nourlshlng qualltles. Aa tho water hoats alowly, thcBO nro gradually drawn out. Hecf lea and othor boulllona, when left to aettle after they are cooked. show a hoavy deposlt below the cloar llquld, Thls Is stralned out and thrown away when a cloar soup Is rcqulrcd. ln fact, It reprc senta the oxtracted s...

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. — 22 February 1903

Frank Norris' "The Pit;" "The Work of Wall Street" Justus Miles Forman's "Journeys End;" Rudyard Kipling's uThe Rowers." BOOKS AND AUTHORS 'Charles Dana Gibson's$100, 000 Contract; Walter H. Page's Career; A Book by Professor Parker Willis-of Washing? ton and Lee. The Shakespeare - Bacon Frat > r i c i d a 1 Strife. .> IV .111111 U1L Vll.lllf.il 1 when the reader co'^dde which Mr. Norris lfi-a c without any nppeairinoe cf his subsidiary i/.iara **?""""? PIT. By "Frank Norris. Dou " bleday, Page & Co., puhli-liers, New York. $1.50. On sale at the book "stores. What a book! What a book! It la orl ptnal, it ls untque. lt is absorblng and su perb, and although not qulto a world masterplece, It ls tho masterpdeco of Uio young llterary genlus, whose splrlt Inus ' fceim taken from among us, taken trom us ' except where It llngers caught In the writ . In'gs that wero the work of his llfe. Thla tremendous novol of the extreme etctlvlty ot our stralned Amerlcan llfe?of ?the whlrling...

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. — 22 February 1903

||A^*?*wl\AJ,?-**-**-^^v?^*^W>?l%^^ x*'^--*--'--*-**"*--*-"?V*^?~"?AA^ By A Thrilling Story of How James V. Escaped From a Trap Set For Him By Catherine Douglas. ROBERT BARR Copyright, 1903 |HB KINO HUL"""*?. Thcrt was none to questlon tho aupre mncy ot JamcB V. At tlio age of twcnly-two hp now ea firmly on hls throne. Ho wns at pence wlth England, frlendly wlth Frnncc, nnd wns plcdged lo tako a wl"o from that country, Hls grent-gi'nndfatlior, James II. had orushed the Blnck Douglas, nnd ho hlmself hnd Bcattered th? lled Dou'glas to exllc, No ScolUah noble was now poworftil enough'to threaten tho Bta blllty of tho Ihrono, T)ib country was contentcd and prosperous, so James mlght well take hls plensuro as best pleased hlm. It any danger lurked near hlm lt was unseen nnd unthought bf. Tho Klng, over flret in the chose, Whether tho quarry ran on tour legs or on two, found hlmsolf alone on the road leading northwesi from Btlrllng, .hnvlng outstrlppod hls comrades ln thelr hunt.of the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

Alphonse and Oaston Drink to the Membry of Washington. Copyright, 1903, by W. R. Hcarst. MlOOEBM FABL By GEORGE ADE. THE MODERN FABLE OF THE LECTURE TICKETS THAT WERE BOUGHT BUT NEVER USED Copyright, 1903, By Robert Howard Russeil. Once there was a Man Hvlng in a, Blg Town, and he had a Cousin whom he had never seea. Some people are very lucky as to thelr Relatlves. The Man who llved in the Wicked "MetropollB was named Sanford. and thi Cousin who lived out in the Woods was kuuwii as Lafc, although hls real Name ivaa Lafayette. Every Chrlspnas Sanford would send l.afc some kind of a hlingy Glft, and then Late would retallate by shlpplng in a lat Turkey for Tlianksgivlng. There was a formal Bxchange of Lat. ters about twlco per Year, Sanford waa a good deal Upset one day to recetve Word that Cousin La? fayette was comlng to spend a Week' Whatevcr Joy he felt, he dld not show at all. The visiting Cousin is name to be a "Firco Proposltlon under the most fa ?vorable Condltions, hut ii ls...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

r Kids Could Not Tell a Lle. Former Banker. Now a Convict, Edits Three Paoers From Jail 4 ?^H^Bff!' 'rf*!?'i_.tpisS';"f1 f*W\ *?|.2 ?*n,Jf '"SSfl ffi fH? 9f}?t'".'4 jgta-t^g w.ho 'jr^gj a prlson cejl edlta a group of dally on", Buqday papers ls about to petition Pr-ssl dent Roosevelt 'tor. a pardon on \b* *#*& flf "I healtli. He le WIHUm'??*( Jewett, edltor and publi.her of ihe.Lawt rende Mamlng Sun, Bvpnlng Arpa-lcan, nnd ?vmday Sun, an- jocai agent tor lha Boit-aia -aillt* ^ WM co'mmltted to prj?p? toaae ttfb yeara ago, havlng- beeu. copy|0t?? o! (flolAtlng tba Federel bank. ln* Ul*. tlnfa hls managament the p**> p?ri iifrtfy prpsperad. ^0W?tt la MH-rvad to ba tlie ftfat man ln ?M ?tyM Bta**! <M laast to manag? a -ffotlfl 6f papare whlle In PriSon. ^ be *rart there hava been cases ln w"iioh edi,?er? ll* New Jareey and Texap- hava dope |*W>n*?a whlle awaltlrig trlal fpr somo InfraPUon pf tha |#w, but s,p Ut as lf Knowa hero non* eyer contlnu.eij huslnaaa a-ftar convlct...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 February 1903

teffEn; ?D "?<WS> IJ&Sf?&W?&fcs ? ? ? _.-? :??.-..?..:.?. ?-? '.i-L'..?-" ^?-j??_ >_\m_^-r ??? ?..?..y ?_.?_ "There's no escape for him this time 1 " "He can*t stop now, and neither can the snowball I " "Oh, joy ! But won't it bury him ! " j isgarggefcai; ?g- - - ?? -??__??, - aa;3aiBtaKaaBaaa But strange to say, it didn't, but did business with Uncle Silas. ? S'more o' them pesky Flipp Boys' tricks I Jist wait'Il I git holt o' ye I " " Boo?wow I Oh ! oh I We?oh !?didn't?ouch 1?see?ooh 1?yoc ' comin*?vowl" -??-1 ?_;-:_l I?-L_-?-.?;-; 41 Dere seems ter^be a little bunco game goln*. on ! " " Mebbe we kin have er qu?ck-diserpear?n' act on de side I " ? ftee ! He dropped down dere jes' as dough he had practiced it 1 " I__J L "I didn'Ldo it a-purpose, anyway. Mulligan?^ I fought he/d see de hole/' ** Gee ! Dat guy.won't have ter buy coal fer a mont'l" "I ?knowed he'd step in de hole when he lifted yer ticketl"

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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