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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

W^pntrl) Tl-tlS MSlM mim% i& I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,178. MCIIMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1008. THREE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOT WORDS SAID IN THE HOUSE Mr. Davis Denounces Newspaper Editorial. WAS CGRRUPT AND DISTORTED Mr. Duke Also Takes Excep , tion to Publicatlon. MR. POLLOCK'S NAME IS SENT IN AOA1N fhe Slate Board of Education Agaln Appoints Him Superlntendent of Schools for Pulaskl and He Wlll Be Confirm cc\ Without Op posltion. The Lcfiislaturo did considorable busi liowt yesterday, and the members seom? ed In for work. although it was the last (jay of tho week. There were features in both brah-hes, of swooplng Interest to thn readlng publlc. f'n the Senato, ihe interesting event waa-the readlng of a comrnunlcatlon. from Secrctury Frank P. Brent. of the State Board of Education, lnformlng tho furmer that the latter body had aftor line consldcration dotormined to reappoint llon. Davld S. Pollock superlntendent of rtoliools for tlie county of Pulaskl. Senator St. Clalr, upon...

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. — 1 March 1903

WMfj tem Ifyon have any business with Mr. TVilliam C. Bolton, Presldcnt of tlie Molton Drug Co., Brooklyn, N. Y., you must, elbow your. way llirougti a crowd of cusloWlirs, aml you will ilnd him working nt a moilcst little dcsk in tlie rear of t.lie longoouuters. A man wlio has five. litrge stores to iook after must learn to do at least two.tb.ings at once, and Mr, Bolton, whom a rcportcr found at. the store. 204 Fuiton Street, con? tinued to work a.s ho talkcd. " I have been iu this business long enough to seo many proprietary articles rise ntul fall " he said. " I .have never stopped to aualyze tho reasons (or the failures. Aa for tlie Huccesses, merit and good th'anage mentaccoiintforthem: nieritohiefl.v. "Take Cutic.ura Koap, Ointmcnt and Resolvent, for example. Inour stores we have handled them for years, and tlie sales have gone on increasing'rigjibnlong despite lively and persistent compe.titiou. " There are thousands, yes, tens of thonsands of people in this good borough of ...

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. — 1 March 1903

Leadership in Vatue-Qibing Pemonstrated by the Thalhirner Store Nelvs for To-morroh> New Laces, New Trimmings, New Embroiderles. Words aro inadoquato to expross tho charm of tho now goods dai/y arriving* TVo aro showing tho now jfntique and Ciuny Xaces, now Siulgarian and SPorsian Vrimmings, new Tftotifs and !Pondants, now Sallpons and jfpp/iquos. Vhroughout tho soioction' is a cortain rofinomont which stamps at onco thoir exclusiuonoss* Sndood, our ono dim is to < bring out somothing difforont from tho gonorai run. j{ largo assortmont, yottnouor too much of any ono kind as to become common. TJhis, togothor with roasonablo pricos, makos them oxtromoiy dosirablo. White Press Qoods. Of tho beauty of tho Whlte Goods wo are so fortunate as to be able to place on early sale there can be no questlon. Every purchaser is enthusiastic. As usual. Thalhimer's lead in exclusive styles. ? > 32-ln'ch Plilin White Oxford Walstlngj very chenp, 10 Z-dc. 3 cases of Fltie Importctl Whlto Warp...

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. — 1 March 1903

The "Times-Dispatch CONGRESS OF MAItClI 3, 1S7D, THB DAILY: ?tlME8^lsPATCM IS BOLD AT TWO CKNTS A ( 01 -i THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is SOLD AT FIVEWN S A On. DA1LY TIKES-'DISPATCH BI ?'^ BOe. A MONTH, $5 A jYEARV r-rttRfiB SIX MONTHS; *150 FOR 1 UKJJL, M_UN_UY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MA1L, ^IlFDAiLY TIMES-IMSPATCII. IN CLUDTNG SUNDAY. Itt CARRILR, lfc. PTHK SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY 0W^E^Y^I^^D^p>^VEAR ALL UNStGNED COMMUNICAiiuiNo NOT BE nETURNED UNLESS At COMPVNIED BY STAMPS. \irt,_i UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MILL, ERS*. 519 E. BllOAD. POSTOFFICES, OLD AND NEW. The prosperlty nnd growth of a clty is shown almost invariably by lla post ?ofllce business", nnd wo aro Justlf.ed In snylng lhat Judgcd by thls stnndnrd ?Richmond ls ln n flne condltion. Tho demand fof better nccommodatlona for the postofllce here ls no more Idle ambl tlan of the comnuinlty to havo n larger Federal bulldlng. but It ls a rensonable and sensible cnll for more room ln which to recel'i'O nnd forward the malls. And wh...

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. — 1 March 1903

For the Woman who Witnts to Know, Foi* the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. Foi* the Business /lan Too BusytoKnow, What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours Hlstory-maklng Event* In All Llnes of Actlvlty, Brlef, Clas-ified, Complctc, to Date. A Ready Refercnce Encyclopedia, jimorican jtffairsi OUBOON DEADLOCK BROKEN. Tho long senatorlal deiidlock In Oregon was brokon Fobruary 21st, when Chrnlos ,W. Fulton, n prominent -Mawyor and member of the Stato Sonato, was olcctcd fcy forty-Blx votea on tho forty-thlrd ballot a few mlnutcs boforo tho session ?xplrcd by limltatlon. Tho eloctlon of (Fulton complotea tho thirty oloctlons requlrod to flll tlio vacanclcs In tho Sen? ato at tho oxplratlon of tho terms ot tho Bonntors ln class ono. rOR CONSTITUTTONAL i CONVEN TION. Tho Nobrnaka Senato has adopted a resolution' favorlng tho popular oleotlon Of Unltod States Sonators. Tho Kanstis and UllnoU Senntoa and tlio Cnllfornla Legislature havo a?kod CongrcsB to cnll a conatltutlonal conven...

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. — 1 March 1903

m Tho hlgh lighta havo been turned off, tho llash of Jewols, tho gllnt of tlowors. tho swell of music?thoso nro thlngs of tho past?for mllady leavlng them bo hlnd hor, has nioppcd Inlo tho dull, gray plain of Lentcn eolf-nrrnlghmont, ropent Ing moot sincorely "tho thliigs dono Whloh ought not to havo <boon dono," and romcmborlng sadly "tho thrngs loft undone." '"Sooloty doea woll to havo ft breatlng apell, a restful shndow outtlng tho broad glaro of bnlls. dlhnors, card pnrtles nnd roccptlons. Slnoo last Wednesday tho ohurch doors havo boen tho pathway by whlch tho Lonton mnlden has go'nb lil and out, and her lalo ipartncr nt tho ger? man, hor escort to tho opera, her vls-a-vis nt tho enrd tablo, has beon found nwalt Ing beslde tho pathway for an oveiilide stroll with her up Frankln, Iho promo nado Stroot'of Richmond. Tho rellgouso must Improvo onch floet lng moment of "tho fnstlng tlrno"; she must got back tho aleep lost ln tho glddy months; Bho must sow for tho henthon, and pla...

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. — 1 March 1903

BOBS O The most thrilling se? rial story ever published In a Richmond newspa? per. It begins To-day in the Times-Dispatch. Be sure to read the first Installment. (Continued from Sixth Page.) Restaurant Booth. The restaurant booth at tho Confeder? ate fnlr March 16th-2flth, will serve salads, sandwiches, coffee and Ices. The front of the booth, which will bo ono "of the largest In tho room, will bo draped with (lags, held by tho headlight? of a locomotive; A fringe of railroad lan? terns, red and green, will- hang below, outlining tho arch of the opening. A placard 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 lime tables. ,l In on...

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. — 1 March 1903

S0CIETY IN WILMINOTON [Several Marriages of Interest During tlio Past Woek. ANTI ? GERMAN LEAGUE Its Career In the Soclal Lifcof Wllming ton Was Very Successfully nnd Au s.icioiisly Lnunchcd on Mon? day Night, (Spcrlnl to Tim Tltnos-blspatch.) WILMINOTON, N.J C, Feb. _S.-Tues dny evcnliiR nt tho resldence of Captaln James Laughlln, Mlss l'cnrl Mortgomery, i daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Mont gomerv. und Mr. liohort L. Prcsson. woro married. Rov. C. W. Trnywlck perform cd the ceremony. Mlss Besslo Prcsson was mald or honor, nnd Mr. S. F. Gur rison wtLs best man. Tho brlde nnd ' groom aro popular ln a largo clrcle of frlonds. Wodnesdny nlght another pretty wed? dlng was colebrated in Wllmlngton, and tho contractlng partles uio well known young people. Mr. John S. Brittaln, n popular clerk Jn tho Southern Expreps Company's of? flco hore. and Mlss Nora I. Dnnlels woro united >n tho holy bonds of umtrlmony. Tho coremony was pcrformod by Rov, C. W. Traywnck ln tho presouce. of a largo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

Sayeth "My Lady" to Her Maid: Corsets may always be depended upon to exempllfy thc'latest modcs decrccd by the highest authoritics on woman's attire." She Knows Whereof She Speaks. For Spring 1903 the new Lonfelo Models are unqticstionably proper.' They have ]ong skirt whieh securcly encompasscs the hips.'producing a perfectly smooth sloping surface?the all-cssential with a snug fitting outer skirt. One Hundred and ?Fifty Styles. $1.00 to $5.00. A Shape for Every Figure. At Your Dealers. WITH THE GIRLS AT THE NORMAL Vlslt of Miss Barnes of the Y. W. G.A. Was an Event ofEspecial Interest. (Speclal to Tbe TlmoH-Dispatcb.) FARMVILLE, VA., February 23.?The Normal has recently had the great prlv llese of a vlslt from Mlss Helen P. Barnes, of Chlcago. city secretary of the Amerlcan Commltteo, afflllated with the . VVorld'8 Young Wqmen's Chrlstlan; Asso? ciatlon. Sho hc-m tliroe pro'li'tablc metVt-, Ing6 while .here. one witn the Executlve . Commlttee of tho V'oung Women's Ciirls tlan A'ss...

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. — 1 March 1903

IS A GREAT ORGANISM Rallroadlng ls Done Through Many Varlous Departments. AN ARMY OF EMPLOYES ?ach System Glves Work to Many Hun dreds Who Are Scparnted by De ,parlments?Railroad Men Have a Lingoof Their Own. 4 By W. M. BICKERS. It Is rolnted of tho lamcnted E. T. Bmlth, so popularly known ln Richmond and throushout tho South, that whon Koneral suporUitendont of the Chesiipoako and Ohlo he was vlsltud by a brivkomun, Whom he had discluuged for an liu'.ac tion of the rulcs und who wislicd to have ithe sontonoe mltlgilted. Antlciputlng the ?nrobablo outcome ol hls appqol for clem? ency tlio "twlster" tas the. brakemen were callod in tho days prlor to oir brake frolght cars) had pfovlded him? aelf with a pockot rallway map, whlch, ehowlhg all tho roads In tho bnltod Blntes, was a vorltable hot-work of black llnes. AVhon tho nrtable, but strlctly business, superlntendent polltely Inform ed hls vlsltor that the welfnro of the ser? vlce and of the publlc demandod strlct tllsclpline, tho u...

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. — 1 March 1903

OOSSIP OF S METROPOLIS Buslness Men Nervous Whlle Congress Slts, DRIFT IS TO JUDGE PARKER Lewis Nlxon Talks of Posslbllitles of Noxt Elect!on~-New Commlssloner of Parks is Actlv* -New Mllllon alres Love Real Estate. Bydohn Marthal. Speclal Correspondence of The Tlmee Dtsjpatoh.) NEW YORK, Fob. __.-Mtslne*H nun are awaittng the adjourmr.ent ot Con? gress. The meeting of national ir-itls lators haa annu&Uy a flcproaslnqr ofro'.t. No one knows when thls bm'.v meots what the Issue wlll he. Thls ycni tho Vene.uela eplsode, tlie coal strhto snd the trust lsiuoe mlght have proved matches to a powdor magarlno. Capltal i9 trmld;. capttallsU oantlous. Wnll Street hai refleoted the tlmldlty of cap Ital and' the cauUon of capltallsts. But theso aetlvltiee wlll bo short llved. I? tho lmmedlate future looms up the plw identlal speotre. Slngutarly enough Wu I Street tegards Presldont Rooncvnlt v<lU less complacenoy than It doei Ju.v?Jry en. The radloallsm of ths lnttert'on demned.at the pol...

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. — 1 March 1903

| Silk Prices 3g Qutck Sales | i_I^liin?^i^^||^ _e ready, and every yard lias Colicii's gttarantce with the sale. '' 38c. FOR 65c. SILKS. 760 yards Corded Loillsinns. in slrr-el and . evenlng. nbiulos, soft it'lttl brlt? 'Hati't, for whole'Costttmos or wnists. 690. FOR $i.oo SILKS. 2,000 yard. Sntln Llberty Fmilnrds, in' nnvy, blnek, whlle snd grny grounds. in small, medlum und large pollcn-dot efTcets. 45c. FOR 75c SILKS. Whlto Ground Chconey Silks, wilh small Dresdcn figurrs scnttered ovor the'surfnee, this Bcnson's lntcst de? slgn.. 65c. FOR 95c. SILKS. 10 piecos Ponit do Cygnes, In nll the new spring and summer colorings. atc. FOR 50c. SILKS. White Wnshnble Habutai, lustrous, glossy finish. 19c. FOR 59c. SILKS. Van Ki Pongee, a pjire silk fabric, beautiful for drossos, wnists and Un ings. 59c. FOR $1.00 SILKS. "Gros do Suisse," a new all-silk fabric, in every concoivable shade, suitoblo for street or ovoning wear, gunrantccd to wear well. White P.K-Welts, 16 Hundred Yds. Valued ...

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. — 1 March 1903

P0RTV PAQES. l^tmttl) THREE SECTI0NS , THE TIME8. FOUNDED j&JG I WWOLE NUMBER. 16.178a tUtl DIBPATCH. FOUNDHD 1&0. | W n _^_j__ lHUl'lDCni xu.xiua lUCHMOND, VA., SUNDAYyjMAJlCH i,.1908. PRICE FiVE CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS, THEWEATHER. , . |' 'tWASRTNOTON, . Feb. 28,-Forecaat for -Bunday and Monday; VlrgUila-Folr, ' much ? colder Bunday; brlsk norlhwest wlnds;, Monday fnlr. ! 'North Carollna?Fulr, much colder Bun iflays frosli west wlndn; Monday fair. > ? The'people of" Richmond Uud'nbunflant V-rtety ln/wcather yesterday. Tho tom Xieraturo throughout tho greator part of tho day was vory much liko mld-sum mer. Rlalng wlndn- at nlght Indlcated tho colder wcather promlsod , for to-day. Thero Wero heavy ralnu In tho forenoon, followed by clouds ln tho aftornoon und ? cloudy at night. ' STATia OF TM13 TIIERMOMLTER. f A. M. ....... J! . j_ M. .??? & Bp. M.?.Jr 5P. M..l\ ?P, M..'. M j_ mldnlght.M_ U Averago.CQ 1-tJ Highest temporaturo yestorday. 72 Lowoot toropuraturo yes...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

? ,V*re not In th* nssoclatea Prcas ala ^atches publlshed In Ihe East.' "1 know hOTC 'aensltlvo our southern frlenflft nre on thls maltpr of social oquallly and companlonship, and t tiunw 3 mlfht eny falrly antl properly-aad that I'efhaps I hwe a rlght to any ?-<"?* 11 1$ not vrlso for tlie pooplo of the rioiui to iindertske to denl rnalily or even to ludgo hastlly of a feellng so dccpiy un Manffl tn thelr bosoms. Tlm?, Uio great rcconclllator.wi I recon tillo them lo thnt if ln thd nature of ?thlnw aft_ ln tho naturei-bf mar, tney OUgi.L to bo reconclled'to lt. And ir ln tho nature of thlngs nnd ln ,<h" 'V> f of mnn time does not recolicllo them. it wlll bo tt elgn that tncy ctiglit not to ho reconclled to lt: and llint some other inodo ot llto for them must bo oetWM. Now. my frleiidn. havlng sald what thought to say on thls nueslion, pcrhaps i mav ho IndulBCd ln addlng that, a hOUgh nn- Hfc polltlcally and personally hns been a Hfc of almost coiistant strlfo w tl tho lead...

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. — 1 March 1903

PLEDGEDTO HONOR HIM Presldent Tyler's Menfory Has Not,However,Been Regarded )_ HE WAS A FAVORED SON Vlrglnla Gavo Hlm Evory Posltion of Trust ln Hor Power, but When Dead She Allowed 'Hlm' to Llb Half Century ln Unmarkod Qravc. Few people, prolmbly, know thnt Pres? ldent Tyler, tonth presldent of the United HtatcH, has novi.-r linil n monument ereot rd ovor hls graVo ln llollywood. beeausc A'lrglnla hns not carrled out a-etatuto on lier reborda lo do i?o. ? Few, persons, probably, know that Whlle so much IntoreHt'has beon sllrred , wi' ln favor of brluglng tlio reinalns of Mrs, Monroo nnd her dnughter to llloh mond to rest fltmlly beslde tlie grave of Presldent Mbnroe, tho State of A'lrglnlu. ns enrly ns lSfiL', sooll nfler tho death of Presldent Tyler. enactnd a law approprlat Ing $3,01)1) or ?r>,f)00 for the erectlon of a monuinont to tho son ot whom she wns proiid und honorod ln every way In her power. Yet that law . has nover boen executed hocaUse noon after its pnssage the St...

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. — 1 March 1903

HIGH WIND AT NORFOLK American Cigar Company's New Factory is Injured. OALE ON THE CHESAPEAKE Tho United Stales Seacoast Tolegraph Wires Were Proslrated During tho Day and No News'Could Bo Had from tbe Coast. (Speclal to Tho Tlinos-PIsimtch.) NORFOLK, VA,, February 23.?Tho wlnd roached a velocity of thirty-oight mllos an hour in Norfolk thla rnornlng, nnd during the holght of tho blow con ?Iderablo damaga occurred, Tlie wlnd struck tho Amerlcan Clgar Company's new f our-story ?factory, in tho course of constructlon on Prlnoess Avenue, and the Whole bulldlng waa damaged. Somo flf? teen feot of tho brlck work was blown out of one slde of Uie bulldlng and all four coraers were twlsted. Tho damage to the bulldlng may mean its entlro re oonstruction. A negro workman was in? jured by falllng brlcks. The wlnd blew a galo on tho coast nnd Jn Chesapoake Bay last nlght, and all Incomlng steamers woro dulayed. The TJnitod States seaooast telegraph . wires were prostrated during the day nnd no n...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

COOSE FARM FORSTATE. This Unlque Enterprise May Be Inaugurated Here Soon, WANTS JAMES RIVER LAND North Dakota Man Here to Inve.t ?25, 000 In Right Place?Enlargement of Capltal Greatly/Needed, Says Reglster of Land Offlco. Tho demnnd' for Virginla farms and fnrm land hy Northorn and Woslern people Is great and conotantly lncreaslng. Mr. W. A. Wldgor, of ,Balflw)nsvlllo, N. Y? wants to havo a "gooso fai/m," Bornethlng qulto unlquo for Virginla. Mr. Wldger hns wrlttcn to Colonel Rlch? ardson, Reglster of tho Land OIlloo, Bay Ing that ho wants a low, flut farm, not very large,. with plcnty of running water, and wlshcs to make a buslness of rals Ing gocse, Mr. J. McPhall, of Langdon, N. D., called upon <.Commlssloner Kolner yes? terday, and had a lengthy talk with that offlcial ln regard to tho ndvan'tages whlch >. Virginla offcrs to homo see-kcrs. Tho Westcrncr sald that ho had fully decldod 1 to locato In a moro favorablo cllme than that ln whlch he had llved. Hh hns "pulled Up s...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

Coats* w TlE ARE showing the advance styles?enough to interest and suit you-all lengths, from the very short to the extreme long ones. Spring Hats, too, and lots of new ideas in Spring Neckwear. jt^Oft^f the ACADEMY?Wednesday, Allce of Old Vlncennes; Thursday, Prlniroso and Dockstader's Mlnstrels; Saturday, mati noe nnd nlght, A Texas Slecr. BIJou?Fawcott Stock Company, Mon-, day, Tuesdny and Wednesday, with Tues? day matlnee; Fedora, Thursday, mntlnco and night; Friday and Saturday, matineo nnd nlght, EaBt Lynno. Last week, In one of tho New York papers, appenred a orltlclsm of a pro? duction of ono of the dramatlc schools, in whlch the wrlter, horself a woman, took occaslon to sny how much moro easlly women adajited thqniselves to tho stago than men. She clted tlie fact thut a woman has the battle half won, lf na turo has glven her even a falr islmro of beauty, or lf, even lacking thls, sho knows how to wear her clothes. I nd mlt that a woman has every advantsgo ovor a man when sh...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

DAN EMMETT, DIXIE'S author, AND HIS MODEST HOME IN OHIO DANIEL DECATUR EMMETT AND HIS MODEST HOME. (Speclnl to Tlie TlraeB-Dlspatcli.) EAST LIVBRPOOL. O.. Feb. 2.8.?In a lonoly llttlo hermltaKo nt tho lop of a steep hlll, noar Mt. Vernor, Ohlo, Danlel Decktur Emmett, father of tho Negro MInatrelsy, ls slowly p_sslng away the laat fow days of hls eventful life. Ho Ia best known as tho author of "Dlxle," the soul-stirrlng negro melody, whlch served as a rallylng- song ln two of the world's greatest ivars. Somotlmes oa tho sun slnks ln the west. Uncla Dan, as ho Is famiHarly called. will be seen strolllng up and down the road, softly hummlng "Dlxle." He loves to talk, moro especlally to the young, and charmod by the old man's plaintlve volco and manner ho flnds in them earnest 11s touers to ihls tales of tho early mlnstrolsy. Unclo Dan ls llvlng ln tho past. Hls drenma aro of hls early trlals and trl umphs, Now elghty-soven years of ago Emmett was born In Knox county, O., only a mlle f...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

CONVENTION ADJOURNS Wlll Probably Meet ln Rich? mond Next Year. THE SESSIONS YESTERDAY \ Largo Number of the Y. M. C. A. Delegates Re nalnod Over In New? port News Last Night to Hear Fred B. Smith. (Sppclnl to The TimeR-Dlsp.t-h.) ' NEWPORT NEWS, VA., Feb, 2.. rhe conventlon ot the Young Men's Chrlstlan Associatlon at thla mornlnK's sossion i was tenderod on lnvUdtlon to hold IU 1DW meeting at Richmond by Secretary MoKee, of that clty. The conventlon ondorsed Rlohmond, and lt la very probable that the Exooutlve Com? mlttee wlll acoept the lnvltation. The buslness' of the convontlon wns closed at to-nlght's tses3lon, but tho event of the oonventlon will ocour to morrow afternoon at a o'clock, whon Mr. Fred B. Smlth, of New York, rollgious worlc secretary of tho Internatlonal Commltteo, wlll dollvor hts famous ad? dress on "Tho Supper of Death." Thls meeting has boen wldely ndvertlsod, ond lt Is axpeoted that fully two thousand men wlll bo packed in the Academy. Tho conventlon adjourn...

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