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

FORTY PAqBS. ' ?mtt?h?m&'m&™- 1 WHOLE .NUMBER, 16,184, SVIMRV OF DAY'S NEWTS THE WEATHER. WABHIXOTON'. March T.-Forccast (or Sunday and <Monday: Virginia— Rn.ln Sunday, Monday fajr, coldor'lh'wett'.p'ortioitj fresh, eoutlieuat to •outh winds, heoomlng ,wept. / Kortn 'Carollnnt-nfiln- Bunday and probtbly on .the coast Monday; ooidor in west portlonfi Sundny and In tho cast portion Monday) fresh (south winds. ' becoming •WHflt. ' , ' . ' .Warmer weathor uuirUod yosterday, tKo tendency.. or the morcury.'all day, and. a i|.or«on'of tho night being 'upward: Hfiln Ib promised for to-day, aija fair and, colder to-morrow. • STATE TIW- TItE.RMOMETISR. fl A. M j? 12 M. •'... .•.-•.•.•••••••■••• <J up, m. :..- ♦ f a . « p, w ■•■'••• « S p, M .V' 2 . 12'mlflnlght M Average ■ 482-3 Highest temperature yftsterd-dy K2 Lowest tempcratove yesterday, Jl Mean temporaturo yesterday ;. 47 Normal tern poraturo for March 1. JS Doparturo from .normal temperatur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

IMs. Miss tl«t«il!h6ott fives oh Tuppor >t. iirnr Mnlii." ltd why .wris the womnif rcloitscav rintetident BuU wns HNknd. wns lift jircsfhl whfn uu< woinnn o.stn-temenis lo tho District Altrtr,t Imvo been Informal, howevor, Unit ; tliti woman eorwlncnd stnr Intrrroffnlrtrs Wi.iL bliu could prove nn alibi W hw molhftr. hfr Bister, nnd Mrs., (,'ooshlln. who runs the boarding housn where «ho llt%, also by a woman friend who Wflfl n-«soclnlcd with them In lntislcal matloi'Si Tho wanuui wits rctcns'6ll tideflUSO shh '/'convinced the authorities thnt she was not tho ono they wanted." After the release of Ml.»s Jlutchlnson. JJlstrict Attorney Coatsw-orth was nskod Why she hnd been taken lo polloe hoiulotmrters apparently unaer arrest, then released. "t do not tindbrslntid that flm wns arrftstod," replied Mr. Coatsworth. "Sho wns laken to hendiiunrters in order tlni4 It might bo learned what. If any, Information she could furnish that would throw nny light on this case....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

B < Dk Store that Le&.ds in Value Giving Leads With Newest Styles in New Good*/ Shown Here To-Morrow Norn' «t,ylns and ino(lel| of (116 sltii li'fl'tl find lioinHtiit'lioil ofTocts in Ui.G •^Voile" Dress Skirts rJ.lior J.lio IttfcoaL fabric, nmv nil tho, rago. •^RAJfE exterid to the ladies of Richmond a most cordial invitation to examine our line of Ladies' Silk and CLOTH TAILOR-MADE SUITS, all perfectly tailored, and many high-class novelties are shown. Costumes more dressy than ihe regulation tailor-made suits here are well represented. Collar! ess Blouse Venetian Clotli Suits, taffeta lined jackets, skirt 9-gorcd flare, tokc effect, over pcrcaline drop, entire suit trimmed with taffeta bands, $15.00. - Novelty Cloth, in fancy gray mixtures, blouse jacket, datable shoulder" cape, blouse lias'pi.stiilion back and new sleeve, yoke skirl. With panel front, entire suit .trimmed with folds of material, $-'0.00. * Granite Etamine Suits, in Grrcn and C"ir,iy zouave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

(4 The High-Grade Cable Piano The only PIANO of the world to-day, It is the Cable, so musicians say* It's praises are sung the whole World 'round, And sold in every State and town. No. 213 E. Broad St. s J.-G. CORLEY, Manager. A TALENTED YOUNG MUSICIAN TO PURSUE HER STUDIES ABROAD Miss Ediih V, Hatcher, tho daughter of tho Rev. Doctor and Mrs. William lii Hatcher, has recently returned from a course of ptfciio utiidy in New York under so famous 'a teacher as Burmeistor, Miss Hatcher has been n musician since hor childhood. Before going to Now York, she w;;.s a pupil here of Prof. Fred S. Hohr, and the excellent training eh« received under him stood her in such grood stead that when who applied sho was at onoo admitted to Burmelster's classes, and bad the advantage from the first of his methods and hln personal instruction. Burmolster tins recently been offered a director's position in ono of tho German conservatories of music, which ho has | If I Were Czb>r ! § (Written f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

ALL OVER THE WORLD The Phenominjil Success of Dr. Hartmaii. A Doctor of National Heputation. A Mccii cine of World-Wide Fame. Congressmen, Governors, Consuls And Other National Celebrities. DR. HARTIVIAN SENDS CONGRATULATIONS to that vast multitude of former patients scattered throughout the length and ( breadth ,of the United States and Canada. Thousands of these patients have visited him at his magnificent sanitarium at Columbus, Ohio. Thousands upon thousands have never seerf the Doctors face* but ; known him as their benefactor through the ministrations of his world famous remedy, Peruna. . *,„„„,„ [ A multitude; so great that its exact number will never be known 5 have been raised from beds of sickness or rescued from some chronic ' malady which kept them half sick and half well— have been rescued by i Dr. Hartman's remedy, ; assisted by free adi vice and friendly counsel. :•:■ To all these former patients, and to all [ those under treatment at present, Dr. HartI man sends hear...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

0 POLLOCK IS CONFIRMED Senate Stands by the School AFTER TOBACCO TAGS ■ : Col. Cabell Offers a Bill Aimed nt a Groat Trust— Dr. Styll Makes Charge , Against an Asylum— Day's Proceedings In Both Houses. Both branches of tho Legislature held brief sessions yesterday. Tho Senate held a brief session, and tho matter of greatest public Interest was the unanimous confirmation of .tho Won. David L. Pollock ns superintendent of schools of tho county of Puln'skl, whkili was accomplished upon motion of Mr. St. Clalr, who had formerly fought tho '^."llßrmon offered a bill In tho Sonate designed to pension public school teachers who havo been on tho list for twenty-nvo years. Tho House held a brief sessoa a.nd transacted some routine business, Mr. Heermans, of Montgomery, offered n. bill appropriating $23,000 to tho Virginia Polytechnic Institute Thero was one by Mr. Cabell, of Danville, designed to prevent the issuing of tags by tobacco companies to encourago tiho sale of tobacco and clears. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

THE CHEAPEST CASH OR CREDIT STORE IN THE CITY. Cash Not Necessary During This Sale-We Credit You. Our Advance Spring Sale! frx OPPORTUNITIES in Furniture and Oarpet: buying LgjjLJ never before offered you. Therefore anticipate (ffifliS) your wants and save money. Mattings. $11,00 Roll, 40 yards $ 7.50 ' 12,00 Roll, 40 yartlfl 7.98 14.00 Roll, 40 ynrilß 0.50 17,00 Roll, 40 yimts, . . / 11.00 Othors 11V& cents per yard up. ' Parlor Furniture. CIO 511 ' or flno Sllk Damask 84>lU«i7U piece Parlor Suite; worth $10.60. ' *1 .i *7C for 8-plcco Parlor Sulto; 5) 1 / O worth 120.00. Hopkins Furniture Co. 7 and 9 West Broad Street. THE CHEAPEST CASH OR CREDIT STORE IH THE CITY. VERY DULL WEEK AT THE CITY HALL Meeting of the Board of Altfermen f o-Morrow Night on Enlivening Feature. Barring tho meeting of tho Board o! Aldermen Tuesday night, when several matters of more or less Importance will bo taken up, this promises to bo one of the dullesf weeks imaginable In City Ha...

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

o I\Sl END NEWS NOTES P:ev. W. S. Loake Is Likely to Resign His Charge To-Day. ENTERTAIN FOR CHARITY A Historic Farm on the James Is Sold for Twenty- Five Thousand Dollars — Brief Items and Personals. People's Drue- Store, f Fulton Bureau, I Rev. W. S. Lwiko, pastor of Fulton Baptist Church, will to-day at U. A. M. mako known his decision in rngard to the call recently tendered him by Iho Btato Mission Board to become State Bvangellst and to do special missionary work for the Baptist Association, It Is vory probablo that Mr. Leako will tender bis resignation as pastor of tho church and accept tho call. "Newstood," ono of tho finest and most historic farms in Honrico, on thu James River noar Graveyard Roach, was cold privately this week to Mr. John McFall, o£ North Dakota, for ?26,- j 000. „ i The place, containing 1,142 acres, mostly grainland, has been owned for some, time by Mr. William Bennett, of Pennsylvania* Tho event of the week In Fulton will be the musical social given at N...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

BOND ISSUE BILL PASSED Amount of Loan to Be $300,<*oo Instead of $500,000. BONDS TO RUN TEN YEARS » Bill to Establish a Training School for Toachera In Western North Carolina Passed. Carrying an Appropriation of 53,50O t (Spnclai to Tho Tlmc«-Dl«pntcli.) RALMIGIT, N, Ci, March 7.— The Bonat* to-day rescinded Hh amendment to the bond Issue bill, making tho Issue $600,000 Instead of $300,000 so tjiat it will bo enrolled and ratified, specifying $300,000 as limit of amount and four per cent, maximum rato of Interest, bonds to run ten years. The bill to establish ti training school fr«r tMchers in Western North Carolina panned, carrying appropriation of J3.WO. Tho Houho bill changing tho bunking laws of tho State *O that tho Secretary of Stuto Instead of the State Treasurer will charter banlts, pawsed. Tho bill to regulate tho practice of medicine, requiring all to stand examination bofore SUle Hoiiti ot Medical Kxumlnern, fought so vigorously by Christian BcluntmtH, was refe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

10 RECTOR IN HOT WATER Recorded His Opinions of His Flock. WHO COT HOLD OF THEM Rev. Maximo Duty, of St. Philip's Colored Congregation, Summed His Members Up in a ; • Word. Because ho attompted to sizo up his congregation nnd classify thorn on a private parish register of his own. as good, bad and Indifferent, tho Roy. Maximo F. Duty, rector of St. Philips' the only colored Episcopal Church"ln tho city, Is now, according to report, flounderingIn water very hot and very disagreeable. Efforts niado last night to reach tho colored pastor wore frultloss. Two trips were mado to his residence 'OJid messages were left, hut he wds out and could not bo communicated -with. A member of his church, who was at his study awaiting him, was seen, however, ivnd from him somo Idea of the situation ■waa obtained. SUMMED THEM. UP. It seems that the Roy. Duty, who Is 'spending his second year at St. 'Philips, a church with some- ono hundred and fifty or ono hundred and seventy-Jive ■ communicants, and w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

AUCtION SALE,^~MONDAY, Uy Tho Vnlcntlnn Anolloh Co, ( 012 East BtonA Stl'oot, A t'ciTtoN SAfJu b •p'fliotJ-ttdOAi v\jn< fV NITI.IIIW, DfNINO TAD MSB, SIDEBOAHIJS, Olh^lOM bMSK. UHABH HKD, tJIIAIIte, CAKPETS^TOVKH, ETC, TO-MollllOW (Alohilay) MORNiMa, Maroli Oth, wo will noil at our auction vnro-fofims, No.. Ol'i Enwt liroad BlrooL, )(<i;iiinini; at 10:30 o'clock, msycrul Kuojl )nk find Wnlnvit HciVroom Suits, 5 Oak axtfiiwion Tulilch, Oni< itiirt- Wflltml fllde* lOardi), Flnl-Top -OfflcO Desk,.Jilflnk('ts, Colintcrrmiift.i, Holler Chnlii,. fiewlriff Machine, H'ivcilvinjr Oltlco.'Cn'ilV* 8 "!"' woocl'Roat Ciinlrs, rorflcrfl, Carpets, 'Malting, Pictures,, fltovos, et(J. Tliß ImllQß Invited to attonci. .... _„ TiJ7': VALISNTINE AtJCTfbN CO. Oc;n. W. Mnyn, Auctioneer, 1203 Ettflt Miiln Slroot. HORBH, UPRIGHT*" PIANO. OI'ITICK DKSKS, 14 MIRRORS, 100 CHAIRS,, ITOL-DINGi AND IRON^ WWii, V) CM\; PETS, kmtt MATTRI'/SBKB. MASBIVI3 BIDBBOAIID AND TWO KLOOHS OP ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

PRICES BROKE VIOLENTLY Bank Statement Caused Market to Become Demoralized fRY TO CHECK DECLINE Supporting Orders Were Futile and Prices Were Crumbling Dangerously When Market Closed at the Lowest. (n* AKMclntßd Prosti.^ NEW YORk, March 7.-The slocf: market whs thrown Into a condition of demoralization to-day by tho disclosure of the fact that the surplus reserve of me cle^rlng-houso banks was practically wined out. Excluding Government deposits this item Is now $ti«C,ii7i>. compared with t3,9»5.420 at (his time last year, and f10,717,275 two years ago. Tho severe loss In cash reserves was about as mucii ahovo the preliminary, estimates as last week'B loss was below It, thus disclosing Ihe rectification by tho average system or computation of last week's discrepancy. The $10,000,000 loan contraction fullfllled the expectations that the stock market liquidation of the week and the shining loans to foreign money ' markets would be reflected In that Item, but the 'oan contrac...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

m FINANCIAL NEWSOFWEEK Btock Conversion Plan of Steel Trust Put Into Effect. WANTED A CURRENCY BILL Wall Street Would Have Welcomed an Extra Session of the House as Well As of Senate. Sentiment is Still Bearish, ' (Spfi'itfli to The Tlmofi-rtlapiiteii.) NftW YOIIK, March 7.— Tho announcement of tho decision Of the director^ Of the United States Steel Corporation to but tho Stock convai'Hlon plan Into ortoct fwaa tho features of tho dovlopment of tho fnotk In Industrial quartern. Tho InHorllon of the ulutiKn prohibiting 1 tho Infititutkm of legal action n tho case of default |n Interest linlusfl hhcli default shall hint for a purlod of two yearn was an error Dt Judgment that win quickly appreciated by enemies of tho new bonds. Tlio Impression prevailed in certain quurtom Hint tho hiHCrtlon of this clause win an fcdinlsslon of wonkiioss on tho part of tlio pteel Trust olflclatfi. Tho reason for |t« Insertion, It was stated, was tho dofclro of tho bankers to tide over n. period of dull...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

14 MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance mi CENT A WORD. HELP WANTED— MAKE. WANT (CD, A FIRST-CLASS CAUKIAGH PAINTISR. Apply to AY. C. BMH H. 814 N, Fifth StrAeet. WANTED, A MAN. WITH ™M LV. 01s my Tarm on James River to work on Rharcs; owner will furnish teams, otc. T. M. DEtTRICK. Ix>rraliio. vn. WANTED. TWO YOUNG .MgM; v) P fiS clerking in confectionary. Apply No. 6^o East Broad Street. 25 QUARRYMEN AND DRILLERS wan led: steady work; (rood. ■'/ wanfes. GUILFORD & WATERSVILLE CO.. Gronltp, Md. .WANTED, MERCANTILE BOOKS Examined, closed, written up, &o.j by epm-pMci-.t boUltVeepyi'i Address P. O. Box 395, city. WANTED. CARPENTERS TO ERECT 24 small frame cottages; would prefer to give one for building the othor, COMMERCIAL GUARANTEE CO., 111+ East Main Streut. tDBTECTIVE-S H R BW D, RIQI^TABLE man wanted in every locality for profltJ able secret, sen-leo; experience unnecessan-. ' Wrlto AMERICAN DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis. Ind. SALESMEN...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD, MINIMUM CHAROE, 25 Cents. Cash in Anvanoo HELP WANTED— MALE. WANTED, ar.AN IN BOTTLING DEItartmout: ono with experience. In running such; stato iige, expnrlen«o - and reference. O. It. MALT, caro this office. HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRKSB. Apply «t once VIA Wont Franklin Streot. WANTED, ENERGETIC LADY 10 call upon teachers; also Catholic lariy for llfiht etnploymoiitj salary mild while working. Address ENERGETIC, care this office. SITUATION WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, POSITION AS STENOORApher Hiid typowrllor by young lady of year and. a half exporlonco; best references. Address Miss 8..,U0x 425, city. FOR SALE. WANTED, TO SELL A LARGE WORK HORSE; sound, gentle, good worker: about eight years old; city broke, Will • Sell at half value, WORK HORSE, care this office. UARGAIN-sf^)o WILL BUY A NICE LOT on Morris near Main; small caah payinsnt; terms to suit purchaser. &. A. SUMMERS. BSj S. Laurel Street. FOR SALE-<I»NE LARGE REFR...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

16 THE SCHOOL OF METHODS Tlie Comlng-on at Cliarlolt.es ville to Break All Records. FACULTY OF THE SCHOOL Will Bo Composed of ihs Leading Edudators In the State -An Outlino of tho General Course. The Summer School of Methods (or the coming Bummer, to be held at Charlottesvllle, promises to eclipse all the fourteen preceding sessions of this great ond useful Institution. Dr. Wallace Buttrick .*aid In a speech before the Virginia, school superintendents at their recent conference In this city that ho regarded the Virginia So. tool of: Methods the best Jn t,%3 Unltoc. Btates. That is Just what Mr. E. L-. Glass, of Lynchburg, tho conductor, intends to make it for all *"">7 »•»* The following compose the faculty. Physics-Francis H. Smith, M. A., lAj P.. University of Virginia, •.".■/ : : __| Mathematlcs-Wm. M. Thornton, LL. D., IS^^S^l^et, M. D Ph. D., LL. V-, F. : R. S., University o£ Virgl Khetorlc and English Llterature-C. W. Kent, M, A., Ph. p.. University of Mrgl Rhetorlc...

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

'• ■• ■ ' ' •<*! , „ \ W M iwn • t *^^'\^^^^n*'xSo^J^X'^v\'t^!t*^r^!C^^l^^ l M^?v^^^r *' ''•'* ft l " 1 HI KICHMOKD, VA,, SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1903.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

2 : Mr. Dooley Preaches a Lenten Sermon, jj : d > » * v . : ; : By v. i>, r>uNNm | : Copyright, 1903 by Eoberfc Howard Kuwoll. , , J "O-ho," «tld Mr. HMinessy, "hvlntywmi <Je.ya to Sfttnt Pnt.hrlok's day." Ar-re ye keepln' Lsilt," asked Mr. Dooloy. "I am," «ftid Mr. Honnessy. "I put th' pipe bark Iv th' clock day befure ylsterdah night. Oh, butth' las' whiff * iv th' ol' clay was pllslnt. Ar-re ye keepln' Lent?" "I am thftt," said Mr. Dooley. "I'm on'y smokln' me spepare hnlf through nn' I -take no sugar in mo tny. Th Lord glvo mo stren'th to last till Pnthrlck'a dayl I'm keepln' Lent, but I m not goln' up an' down th' sthreot tellln' people about it. I nln't army prouder Iv keopln' Lent thin I am Iv keepln' clean. In our fam'ly wo'yo always kept It. I raymimbnr seoln' mo father Xuck nway th' plpo, cofk up th' bottlo an' put it Inn thrunk with something between n moan nn' 'n ohcor nn' begin to find fault with th 1 wnrruld. F'r us kids Lent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

IN THE LAND OF DIAMONDS Rlctimonder Writes of Visit to De Beers Mines. OEMS BY BUCKET FULL Gold Export Were More Valuable Than the Diamond Industry. Graphic De- ' scrlptlon of South African , Country. ByT. W. GENTRY. KHpaolal Correspondence of Tho TlrnesDfspatch.) CAPE TOWN, Jan. 20,— Since my last letter I have had an opportunity to seeing protty muoh all of. tho country comprising Capo Colony, - Orange River Colony, tho Transvaal, Natal and Rhodusla, 11R well as parts of tho nallvo possessions In Grlqualarid, Swaziland, Zululund', Busu/tolund and tho mlddlo South African "Karoo," as well us portions of the Portuguofto Bast African Territory, and a wonderful country It is] Vast in extent, groat In its opportunities, "grand in its scenery, and Interesting in the extreme to tho traveller. • Leaving Cap/a Town by the railway for ■Bulawayo, the northern extremity of tho "Capo of Cairo" road and 1.3G0 ralios distant, ono passes through almost ovcry condition of country, and, rises from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

* IMPORTANCE OF CARE OP WOMAN'S LOVELY IRbSSES RulesForWashing.Cleansing and Brushing the Hair. Plenty of Sunshine and Oxygen Necessary for Its Well Being. By KATHERINE MORTON. Copyright 1903. The question Of when to wash the hair lias boon answered us variously its how to prevent seasickness. One says ns Often os possible; nnother, not moro than once or twlco a yenr. Doubtless the answer depends largely on tho individual temperament of the subject and tho frequenoy and vigor with which the brush Is used. Genenilly, however, ono cannot maintain tho two great essentials to beautiful hair—circulation and cloa.nllness— without devoting nt leo-st twenty mlnulos a day to brushIng and combing. The necessity of brushing thn hair cannot bo emphasized too strongly. It should bo done lightly and evenly, strand by strand. In combing tho hair, Instead of beginning at the head, the first combIng should start at tho end of tho hair. In other words, It should bo combed upward In order to avoid tan...

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