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

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS WILT, you please tell me why my lltte i girl, six yeaN <*&, Is so Well-behaved when alone at h 9™ e fI JJ I "\ 10 m f 8 and when 1 lake hor out or > lttV0 A o 2 m^H^^}? called a wild child? A MOTHER. No Btrango thing has happened tt> W«-, hh * lt i^ o "'^. B how as at homo Is oh often seen (and no oftener) as the m or^ o r woman who behaves exactly tho samp ftl home and In sooieiy. ySur^o'n^an^ 1 * #««« h^O \M A you were nol B y and rude"-«pcelfylng .offenses, lo make you reeolWot that you are not to do llilb tho'next time I ta.Ko you "t? am "bout to put you to bed without the supper tho rest Efoife^S ttt'lf^h^VhTv? SatfJiftKtti ladyship that you arc in earnest; and that her best policy Is 10 A b spoiled child represents a. mother's wrong-doing. I Wish more parents would belle vo and bear this In mind! IN the Parenlfl 1 Corner I soe tho question trorn 'A. ». 0/ •« regard to saving children's teeth (by fllllrig them...

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

"LOVEY MARY" AND MRS. WIGOS. "AGNOSTICISM"— "VERONICA." 15 •Life cf Hear-Admlral John Randolph Tucker"— "Tho; Mystery of Sleep." "The Witchery of Sleep"— "Le Gondro de M. Poirier"— "An Anthology of Russian Literature",— "New Buy at Dale." BOOKS AND AUTHOBS, COMMENT AND GOSSIP "Sonic Truths of History"— "Tho Ordi'i* of tho Prophet."— "How to Gesture." Tho Six Host Selling Books— Mrs.' Tyler's Novol "' "The Pnco That Kills"— "Tho Whitewashing of Benedict Arnold" — "A Girl of Virginia." VERONICA.. By Martin W. Austin. Published by Doublodar, Pago and | Co., of New York, and for sttje by tho Bell Book and Stationery Co. 31.50. ■ ' "Veronica," ono of tho earliest of tho spring season publications, Is n book ■which Is decidedly out of tho common. It Is emphatically the history of a woman's life, and but llttlo else Is taicon Into account In its make-up, tho masculine element being Introduced In rather a sketchy anrT undefined inanncV. Veronica Is a Southern girl, born presumably on a Loui...

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

C ( CAPT. M'CABE'S TRIBUTE GALLANT PELHAM A Sketch of the Heroic Boy Artillerist. Why Was t That Thirteen Stars Were Placed Upon the Confederate Flag? Anecdotes and Incidents of the War, Etc So far 1b I know no sketch has yet 'Deen written of "the gallant Pelham"— the name by which Leo made him im•inortal in his official dispatch as to the tattle of IJ^redericksbun? (Dec 13, 1862). John Felbam waa born in Calhoun county, Alabama, and waa a lad at tho United States Military Academy, West Point, when tho war began. He resigned from the academy In, April, '61, and at wits offered his services to the Confederate Government at .Montgomery. He was immediately commissioned first Heutaptttnt of artillery and ordered to Lynchburg, Va., aa Ordnance olllcer. Ho was MWn sent to drill Albertus I battery, and handled the battery bo skilfully that General Stuart ("Jeb") secured for him permission to recruit a battery of horse arxillery to l>o attached to the cavalry. This was speedily d...

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

OOXOOCXXXXXXJOOOOOOOCOO^^ STORY TELLING MACHINE Meeting the Story Telling Machine Face £0 Face, the 1 Children, Hear an Improving Conversation About Story Telling and Then There is Narrated the Tale of John, the Simpleton. BY JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS. (Copyrighted, 1903, by S. S. McClure Co.) 111. , .% yOU RI3MBMBBR when you • • \ / first saw me," remarked Wally \' Wonderoon, ,aB he and tho | youngsters walked along totogether, "I was hunting for the Good Old Times wo used to have. JJo doubt you wanted to laugh when I told you what I was dolnc. J have been vouhg myself, and I know how young people feel toward old peoplo, especially ©Id people who aro strangers to them. Now, if you were to hear your grandfather telling about the Mexican War you would not think It strange; In fact, you •would ask him to. repeat all ho knew about it; and after a while ho would get In the habit of it. Then, possibly, you would grow tired of It, and the time would come that one of you would say \&amp...

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

c ITS WIRES NOW COVER THE EARTH News Gathering Plan of \ Times-Dispatch. NEWS RECEIVED IN THE OFFICE '' Both Lines Aro Installed. In The Building. DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH EVERY SECTION i The Western Union and Postal Telo graph Companies, Whose Wires Radiate Over the Land and Through tho Oceans. Placo Represenativei In Charg. A , Thorough Arrangement Perfected, By virtue of arrangements effected with fcoth telegraph companies, the ajimeaiDlßpatch has added to Its equipment fa•jUtles for a news servlco, thorough and B«tnploto in every detail— eueh a aervlee as is not excelled by that of any other newspaper in the country. From the office of The Times-Dispatch now radiate wires which give It communication with evory point In the United Btates and in fact, through the Associated Press, with many places the world pvcr. The messenger service, which up ■to this time, has prevailed In the Iqcal newspaper field, has been abandoned and telegrams aro sent and received directly from the Timeß...

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

'■*<■■..'■'» Muggsy .Spoils- ■ a Seap'shot and Prevents a Divorce Suit Ww. tifnmroNix VA.. StTKBAY. MAI^OH 8; 1908.

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

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

«fflm?WlßßßStea: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,16^ SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WAfIIfJNOTON.' March o.— Forecast' for Tilwliiy and Wednesday: .. Vlrßliila— KiUr In north, ruin 111 W')tU pott lon TtiONday: Wednesday rnlni iroati nortlieiiHt winds, becoming ,BoUthn?%n,, BoUthn ?% n , North Carollna-Raln Tuesday nnd Wednesday; Tight to frcßh.HOUtheust winds, Yesterday, though thn » kle a * 0( "?, 0V °I'; enst, wu« a plottsdnl nay. The Mb}^ tnmpcrnturc roi'orflcd wuh 03, liut* otter nightfall the mercury fell some ten dotsrnrs. Rain Is predicted for to-day. BTATM OV THIoI'TIISRMOMETIim. t A. M ' Lf VI M S 8 P. M ft 6 P. M ••••••• & B P. M U •" S 12 tnlrinlglil ' »•;.-. Average ..-.!..';»£. M hA Illßhost temperature yesterday «« Lowest tf-mti'Mvituri? yesterday ..*;{ Mean temperature yoHtcrpay... '•- Normal temperature tor March. w Departure from normal temperaturo. l l'rcclniuitlon during past 21 hourß... .01 MINIATUHK"aI'MA>:AC. Mnrch 10, 190.), fliin rIHM S:» I IMOl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

null, and uponl Itself by burying dcftply into tl»6 wall of tho t>arlor. Whil« lho B<im wnj , bolehlnjt foith Its dß&th-doallnff bullets In rosponse to tho tension Upon tha trlfftrer, MI.M Morris wounded nJid helpless, ftttractotl tha at« <«ntlon of htfr slstew by her screaming Appeals, She called upon tho Lord to save hed a«d boeought Bandrldao to noaso. The elstor. Bertlft, was uulok to realize <h« purport of the soroaJns and shots from tho parlor, and In turn awoke the house by her cries. Mr. Cook, who had long/ since routed for the night, rushed from tho room and toward tho pn.rlor. Ho advancod sufflolently far down the steps to sco Snn-(U-Id^o, who had left the parlor, tho scene of his carnaeo. nnd entered the hall. Deliberately and with unerring calculation, tho man turned tho yet smoking rovolver upon himself and fired twice In succession. The balls entered his body about nn Inch apart, penetrating tho lungs, but ■thh ip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

BASE-BALL IN MANCHESTER Will Have a Fine Club In Four-City League. LIQUOR MEN AND COUNCIL Protest Against High Llconse to Be Made To-Night by the Committee. Benefit of Clty ; Mission—Funerals— News Notes. Tho TlmoH-Dlßpntch Bureau, \ No. 1102 Hull Street. ) Manchester will have a first class baseball club this season for the Four City Ijoague. A number of tho business men of ''the city will put up a guarantee for the expenses of tho team for the season, and In every respect tho toam will be llrst class. Thoro will bo /in association formed to act Independently of this league, and which will be sel (-supporting. Mr. W. B. Bradley will be fit the head of It, and Mr. Eddie Waymack will be malinger. Tho best material obtainable will bo secured, and when tho season starts out on May Ist Manchester expects to have as Rood a team as any of tho other cities In the league, Including lllehmoml, Manchester, Newport News nnd Petersburg. A meeting of the schedule committee of the leaguo will' be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

A The Mmes-Dispatch. Published Dally and Weekly at No. A ' North Tehth Street, Rlfthniotid, Va. fihiired Jnhunry 27, 1903, at Rleh' mond, Va.i as Second-Class 'Matter, under Aot of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is cold at fi cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is told at B cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— / 50 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 for six months, $1.60 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Includlno Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 8 cents per week. • The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. / Rejected Communications Will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, MABCH 10, ISO 3. THE CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATION. Sl A circular hns been Issued by tthe Executive Committee of the Conferences for' JMucntlon in the Soutli, cnlliriß ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

UNIQUESCENE IN SENATE *> _ Mr. Clark Had to Go Up to Take Oath Alone, THE TEMPERANCE FOLKS Continued Operation of House Bar Causes Them to Worry— Wabash to Run Its Line to tyewport News. Congressional Gossip. Tho Times-Dispatch Bureau, No, 1417 G Street, N. W. Washington, 'D. C, March 0. In tho flvo minutes tho Senate ! was in open session to-day thero wus witnessed h soeno such' ns has not been seen in yearn, If ovor before. Somo days ago I >lluded In this correspondence to tho fact jthat Senator W. P. Clark, of Arkansas, (was finding difficulty In getting a brother JSonator to present him to tho Senate (when ho went to tnke tho oath. He could t\ot ask ,hls colleague from Arkansas, ■Senator Berry, to walk forward to tho Xl<;nk of tho secretary with him, as tho two arc not on speaking terms. A friend of Senator Clark went to Senator Carfnack, of Tennessee, and a«ked him If ho 'twould present tho new Arkansas Senutor. (Mr, Carmack suld ho could not do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

0 i Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. GOOD DEED COMMENDED Kindness of H. L Page to the Family of Col. Waddy. Miss waddvs position Since the Death of Col. Waddy Mr. Pago Has Been in Charge of the Office, but Has Sont the Salary to Col. Waddy's_ Family^ (Special to Tlio Tlmcs-Dlspntoli.) 'rtORFOLK, VA., Starch 9.— H. Ij. Pago has taken a groat interest In tho offort to obtain a poHltlon In tho postofflco for Miss Hallie Wnddy. Ho is the suroty for Colonel Waddy, tho deceased postinaater, who held tho office during tho ■' Interval between tho tlmo of tho death of Colonel Waddy and tho appointment of Captain H. D. Nichols. Mr. Pngo arranged to turn over the offica to Cnptaln Nichols at 5 o'clock this afternoon, nnd that Ills last official act as temporary postmaster should bo tho appointment ,of kUss Wnddy as tho finance cleric of tho poHtoffico, a placo practically created for the emergency existing here and to provent Mlsa Waddy from running the gauntle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

ADJOURNED YESTERDAY Closing Hours of the Session Marked by Usual Scenes. SEVERAL BILLS PASSED Provision for the Distribution of the 6300,000 Bond Issue Provided for. Fight Over a Feature of Ap« proprlatlon Bill. (Special to The Tlmo«-bl»potdi.) RAIiBIOH, N. a, Maroh o,— Tho Gontral ABsetnbly of. North Carolina odjournod ■Ine did at 2 o'clock this aftornoon, having been In aoaalon since noon, January 7th. The closing HcenoH wore us usual characterized by ttllernato seusons of hard work end lovlty. Kspeolnlly did tho Houso indulge In a morry round of Jovial speeches of a personal character, and Join ever and gnon In patriotic, comic, social and sacred HongH. Tho Senate maintained a more dlgnlflod mien, but a goodly choir of Senatorial, volcea, not to bo outdone, or rather outsung, by Uho Housu, gathered In the lobby back of thu Speaker's desk and sang "Curollna," "God bo with, you 'till we meet again" and numerous other conga, ladles In tho galleries Joining right heartily. Jn tho Hou...

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

THE REPORT EXCELLENT Annual Meeting of Baptist Sunday-School Association A BALANCE IN TREASURY Amount I, eft Over After Having Ac complished Much During tho Year — Mr. Duke Ro-elect- \. Ed President. Tlio regular meeting of tho Baptist Sun-day-school Association of Richmond and Manchester was held at iho Calvury Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. President W*. D, Duko presided, JDcsplto thtt conditions of tho wealhor tho attendance was very good.. Tho musical numbers, especially v hymn sung by a Ohineso class composed of nbout ten members of Cnlvary School, was ono of tho features of the programme. PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The report of tho president of the work of tho twenty-two schools composing tho association for the year just closed is interesting to all Sunday-school workers. It is ns follows: Richmond, Va., March fl, 1903. To tho Baptist Sunday-school Association of Richmond and Manchester: The tlmo has arrived £6r reviewing Uho work of another year— a year full of blessings and of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

The Arlington Brewihg'Co. Rosslyn, Alexandria County, Va. The man behind tho bat' will take pleasure in serving you with a glass or bottlo of ARLINGTON BEER. It is as good as tho best, and better than the rest, Ask for tho UNION LABEL. It's on every bottle ! ,o'Conor & Hatke, 'Phone 1066. Managers Richmond Branch. > N, ]33 # — We serve only licensed saloons. No goods sold to private families. DR. DREWRY IS DEFENDED Charges at the Central Hospital in the Senate. MRj MUWAINE'S SPEECH He Ably Defends the Insane Hospital in His Home City— Little Other Business Outside-of This in the Senate—House Proceedings. Stirring things went on in the Legislature yesterday. Tho Semite held a brief seHslon and disposed of but little .business beyond Hearing tho reading of letters from Dr.^rowry and Mr. Robert Gllllam, superintendent 'and president ' of dio Board of Directors, respectively, of tho Central State Hospital, answering the charges made against that Institution by Dr....

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

UNEXPECTED HAPPENED The Stock Market Advanced Steadily from Opening, LOANS LARGELY CALLED This Had Been Anticipated, but Instead of Violent Declines, Which Were Expected, Prices Advanced and Close Was at Top Level. m«- Associated Prei«O , ; - NEW YORK , March D.— The action of the stock market to-day verified a \\ a 1 Street nphorlsm that the expected does not happen. A disorganized market rim violent declines wero looked for to-d»\ by common consent. The event proved that the opening prices that were to decline were the lowest. The factors t.ia made for recovery wore at. work fiom the outset. There was a vigorous contest between tho contending elements, Later tho reactlona.iT tendency hnd 1 wen arrested. The closing was rather unsteady, but not far from l.ho lon level. I" ho stock market's habitual disinclination to do what is expected is duo lo the. keenness with which operators are able to an tlclp a. to the future. It was clear enough fj om " j o weakened position of the banks v...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

ONE MINIMUM CENT OHMBE i 25 Cento, WORD. OuhlnAdvanoi IIELP WANTED— MAIS. (WANTED, INDUSTRIOUS MAN FOR tiermanont ™>sltlon{ no canvassing, but to roprenent old-eutablUhad Manufacturers with largo capital; «ome traveling: miftrnnteod ««lwy of M.OOO p«r y«ar and expenses, with chanco of promotion, provlous experience not B«i«ntmii state njfo, goneral buslnosfl oxncrlenoo. and refer«noefl. AddreaiJ^R., A. ...BYRNK, Manager, <« North 4th St, Pbllsddphla, Pa. • . ' (WANTED, EXPERIENCED BUTLER (whlt« or colored); «ood wages to competent man with city references; injxporlonced persona need not apply. Apply to 816 went Franklin Streot SITUATION WANTED— MALE. [WANTED. POSITION BY YOUNO man, who can furnish bost of references. Addro«s O. W., . care Room 17, this office. AN EXPERIENCED CREDIT MAN IS open for an ongagcnmit now or April lot; 2104, caro Carrier 18. HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, A WHITE GIRL FOR GENnral house work; IS per month; no laundry; reference required....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 March 1903

12 Miller & Rhoads. [ Miller 6 Rhoad. We Know You'll Appreciate This Muslin Underwear. in the special line of high class Muslin Underwear we carry, characterized by fullness of cat, superiority of quality and fineness of finish, there are two gowns that call for especial mention — One is of Nainsook with a tucked Yoke 1 of insertion very daintily embroidered and finished with ribbon. The Keck is squaro and Neck and Sleeves finished with a pretty flmbroiderod ruffle $|,50i THE HOUSE MARKS OUT ITS COURSE (Continued From First Pago.) ■ will bo a oa.ll of tho House. The friends of Judge Campbell are naturally hard at work. Tho Judge himself Ib bHU hero, but ho remains in his rooms a*, the hotel, and Is evidently taking no personal part Mr. Hunloy, of Mathows, Is one of Judge Campbell's staunchesfi suportors, and will no do-übt nw.ka a epeoch against the report. Thoro wore rumors of conferences 'of Judpe Campbell's friends at the Capitol 1 yesterday, but they were denied by t...

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

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