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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 March 1903

TROUBLE ON STREET CAR Negro Man and conductor Havo Llvely Flght. -ADIESMUCH FRIGHTENED Rowdy's Head Lald Open by Conduc? tor, Who Wlolded a Transfer Punch. The Man ls Now ln the County Jail. Great exclloment provalled for a Bhort tlmo yesterday afternoon upon a Sevon Pinos car, ln whlch wero seatcd qulto a numbor of ladlos and gentlcmen. Por ciuisob 'unknown a negro man, also a passenger, becamo obstroperouB, and began to curBo nnd Bwear ln an unseom ly inanner. When ho tlnally proceeded to klck up a row la good stylo tho ladles, wore much perturbod, and it looked at ono tlmo as IC thoro mlght bo sorious troublo. The man was forclbly remov.od, whoroat ho booamo moro vlolont tlian ovor. A llvoly acrnp ln the road way en aued, nniL blood flowod freely . untll tho nogro'(TTiead was lald open by a transfer punch ln tho hands of tho conductor, Ho was lator arrosted and lockod up ln tho Henrlco county Jall. HOW IT HAPPENED. When car No, 188 of tho Seven Plnos llno pulled off from Richmond...

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. — 1 March 1903

'CELEBRATE lANNIVERSARY [7 v ; - }An Interesting Occaslon ln Fulton. NEWS OF THE EAST END Petition to the Passenger nnd Power Company?Personal nnd Olhcr Items from This Prosper ous Seclion. Fulton Buronu, Poople's Drug Store. Henrlco Councll, No, 733, Royal Arcn ,num, wlll cclcbrnto Its twcntleth annl vorsary on Thursdny night, An Interest? ing musicnl progrnmmo, IntorsporBcd with rtvo-mlnuto tnlks from promlnent membera of tho ordor, 1ms boer. nrruiigecl Xor the evenlng, Tho soclal jwlil bo held ln the lodge'a rooms, in Nclson's Hall, Tho councll Is In llno conditlon and Us -annlversary wlll Hnd Its momborshlp ? about 100. Tho councll has doublod Its ' mombershlp thls year nnd ls lncreaslng steadlly. Invitations will bo issued to tho Grand ofllcers and membera on Tuesday. Tho programme for tho occaslon ls as follows: Cornet Soio.Mr. Bamey McDonough Soio.1.Mr. A. T. Samiiols Duot....Misses Lllllo and Matllda Nelson Humorous Talk.Professor Blckors 'Selectlon.Davls Gleo Club "Nonsense...

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. — 1 March 1903

AUCTION SALES-ttONPAY, Uoo. W, Mayo. Auctlonticr, 12W E, M'tiln Btrcet, BOOK. CA8EH. lToLL-TOF DWSK, OF? FICE CIIAI1I8, CROCKE1UY CAR PETS, IUON riEBB, FURNITURE, ETC, AT AUCTION. V; ,1 wlll soll ntAmy~auctlon-liouso at 10:56 A, M, MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1003, , . S Book-CfiBos, Roll-Top Dosk, 2 Rovolvlng Chalrfl, a largo lot of Table Crockory, Knlves, 3 ilnoTiiigo Ciirpots, D Hldebr/ftrds, 3 Iron Hods, .1 Wnrdrobns, 4 Uurciuis, 7 Washstniids, 4 Hodstends, )!> Mattresses, 4 Chuinbur Bulls, 4 Parlor. Bulls, Expon 8lvo Oak Bxteiislotv Tiible and Dlnlitg Room Chnlrs, 30 Chalrs and Rockers, Couohos, Cooklng Stovcs, Fancy Tables, and niirnorotis othor articles._ A. R. MAYO, Proprlotpr. Ooo. II. Valontlno, Salesman. By The Vnlentlno Auctlon Co? 012 Ertst Broad Streot. AUCTION SALE OF MA8SIVB OLD ENOLISH WALNUT CHAMBER SUIT, WITH WARDROBE ? O MATCH] FINE OAK CI1AMBE5R -ITITS, OAK AND WALNUT HIDEBOARDS. TABLES, BABY CARRIAGE, MATTRESSES, CAR PETS, STOVEH, ETC. TO-MORROW (MONDAY) MORNING. MACH ...

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. — 1 March 1903

MARKET STRONGER Stocks Were Sold With Great Freedom During First Hour BOUGHT WITH EAGERNESS After Appearnnce of Bank Statemont' the Demand Was Groat?State ment Wns Somowhat of a Surprise. (Ilv Assoclntod ProssO NEW YOUK. Kob. 2S.?Stocks were sold wlth great freedom during tho nrs-t hour of to-day's short session and wero botight wlth cagerness after tlie appoarance of tho bnnk slateinent. Tlio uncoyered bpai stocks wero folt even dUrlng the selllng of tho tlrst hour. Commlsslon houses also reported some buylng. nttrncted by tho eonsldorablo ilec-llno of the weok. New York Ceniral suffored n drlve, prompted by tlie i;epori.s of the extpnslvo laridsllde nlong Its tracks, Pennsylvanla on the other hand, on'ercd goorl reslsI ance. Traders are Inclined to Bhift liold lngs from New York Ccntrnl to Feiin sylvnnla nt tho samo prlce level on tho ground of tho hlgher dlvldend rnte. rhe Penns.vlvnnln nnnuul roport also liclpcd the stock, and the rumors ot posslble cbntrol of Wabash contlnuo to...

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. — 1 March 1903

MARKETS. (Continued,from Twelfth Fa_c.) llght recalpte and rotardod preparatlons for the new crop. Improvemcnt ln Ljv ?vpool and favorablo reports ffotn Amer? lean cotton roanufaettirlng centers were glven by tlie beara as influonoea whlch li?ld thi? cotton market togetnor ?nd pr? venting the long-looked for reftotlon.'., , ln Uio future markot, under.heavy llquj datlon, sale prices wero forcca down 7E6 polnts early ln the day. Aftor a slight iiuotuallon tho board at tho closo aliowerl tiet losses of 8 polnts on March, Anrl?, May. June nnd July, 8 on Augttst, T on Seplembor, and a loss of 2 polnts on Oc? tober. ' j. ?.,, ?_ Cotton futttrea slendy: ?trtr_h. *.8_<3' 9.83; Aprll. 9.8039.87: M^. 0.W4W.01: Juno, 9.931(19.95: .Iuly. &. wJKAuiSURt,9.Mflfl.691 September, 8.D9_9; OeHber, 8.K-8.C7. THB PRODUCE MARKET. Richmond, Va,, Feb, 28, 1903. i QUOTATIONS. .WHEAT- ,. _., Longberry.?+ gg Mixed .,..J* fg Shortberry.M QK No. 2 red.K . Vlrglnla (bag lots). 75 ?JfA CORN? ? _? White (Va...

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. — 1 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cenls, CashinAdvance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINQ GREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM OHANflE 26 Cents, OiihlnAdvanot ONE GENT A WORD. EELP WANTED?MALE ^"%b*L<HEJ%^ QUEEN CITY PR1NTING CO., Char? lotte, N. C.__ F. O. S., onte thls oftlco._, .YOUNG MEN BVEiyrWHBRE. COPY lettora, home ovonlnga, ?7,00,,JJ,?'L? &nd add.osB.Hl env-olonp for? particularj. MANAGER. Dopt. S, 101, Box 1411, 1 niia dolphln, Pa. _ _ i_, WANTED SIX HUSTLINO SOtilCI ?oYslS?H an artlclc uud^lly 1" W houso; good commlsslon pald. Addrcsa A. B., caro thls office._^_, WANTED. TWO WHITE FARM ?toSiai marrlod or slngle, on tarmnaar tho city, to-drlvo team, Apply Monday at thls offlco at 12 M. promptly._ WANTED. AN~~ HONEST CODORED portor, from IS to SO years of age: must como wol ondorpod. MCHMONp TYPE AND EUECTROTYPD^FOUN DRY, roar of Merchants' National Bank_. Wanted, a competent man. elther pressman or transfcrer; "iu<?t be gobor and industrlous; ono who has had...

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. — 1 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CMRGE 25 Centt. CiiH In Anvanoi The Want Supplying \Vant ADSe THAT Supply Everybody's Wants. MINIMUM me CHARGE CENT 25 Cents, a Cash in Advanos WORD. HELP WANTED?MALE.. SvANTlBiD. FOUR "V^f PIVE.. GOOJ> Blii.tei's at onco lo work h\lMvM^H Hate wnges, and mldrc.s DIREixr, h.x 27, Biillshury.'N. C. __;___; iWAim^ - A VXJ0A1 PfffUMJtA ^( ni.flt? Mun Stonognipheri imist wrlto * M"* .jioat hand nnd ho ublo {l0M"?fMft.?? books. Address. lu own ha ?;j.'lllifj nlato nge. experlence mid Milniy cn pectod. _______ caro tlijn offlco._ .SvANTMb. FARMER AND FAMILVTO ?KSK; tamu nnd nre hard. on f*t$i nntlsfnciory agrnemont: ?' , "E monoy n? wnnled; orchard wlll Pn>l.Vronl1 W to $500 tli_l full.. Ad.lrosH JOHN .I. GREEN, Green Bay. Piinco Edward counly. Va. _ AGiimTwANTED.. WANTED. AGENTPS IN EVERY. PAR1 'ot tho country to dlstribtito our gooos. Wrtectly rellabln; llttle tlmo rtflUhgdf commlsslon glven on nll ??'*"! "0In?,u,: lectlons; send 8c. *i?W**%tA?. lft'PS!.. n...

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. — 1 March 1903

GAME LAWS VIOLATED A Broken Rail Throws Cars From the Track. A SURPR1SE MARRIACE Soclal Llfo is Gny at Scottsvlllc Tramps Are lncreaslng ln Numbcrs and Creale Much Annoyance?Too .Lato Foi* Breakfast. (Kptdfll to Tbe ?rit_cs-pl9i.stcb.\, ' SCOTTSVILLS, VA., Feb. SH.-ri o game laws aro belng vlolated ln thls nelghborhood, and alrendy. ttis il tho publlo had not had enough Ulrds for a whllo) Ihe feathored trlbe aro bcglnnlng to suffer. -Whllo walking across hls farm oue day thls woek Mr. T>. H. PHtn found a wlld turkey, whlch, having neon Hhot and cnpplod by some one, had tiown off and dlod. .is a result of a broken rail two cais loaded with plg Iron ran off tho track At thls pla.ee a fow days ago, blockin* tho way for some time, A surprlse marrlage took placo recent? ly at tho home of Mra. Isluun Clevo land, about threo miles from Scotts vllle, Mlss Mlnnlo Philllps was the brlde, Mr. John Kidd, the groom; whlle Rav. C. B. Blankensblp Oed tho knot. The slstcr ot the brlde came to ta...

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. — 1 March 1903

RICHMOND, VA.,? 8UNI)AY,. MAKCH 1, 1003* __<_#a/> " Now we'fl fet Tatters oull Open the cage!" "Slck 'em, dorgiel Vou're tlie stuff! " Ouchj Hc's goin' up me trousers t ? Vph.-my 1 He's goirv* up me back nowV* '* Help! Help 1 He's on me stummick! " Fire! Murder! Help! He's got me neck! '* " Ain't de engineis and patrolever cci^to- ! Oh'h-hl" " Pere 'e got*, now t Oh dear, I wlsht I wui in i'ail "Dey wus nice kids?I ^NT-TlNKIl*^!^^

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. — 1 March 1903

Thrilling Sea Story That Relaies the Bnd ot the "Slapping Sal" and Her Captain. , By A. Conati Doyle. ? WAS IN THE days when France's power was already broken upon the seas, and when more of her three-deckers lay rotting In tho Aledway than were to be found In ?rest harbor. But her ? frigates and corvettes .till! scoured the ocean, closely followed over by those of'her rival. At the uttr-rmost ends of <h* earth these dainty vessels, with ?' i'weet names of girls or of flowers, man? gled and shattered each other for tho honor of the four yards of bunting whtnh flapped from the ends o? their gaffs. It had blown hard In the night, but the wind had dropped with the dawning, and now the rising sun tinted tho fringe of tho storm wreck as it dwindled Into the west and glinted on the endless crests of the long, green waves. To north and south and west lay a skyline which was unbroken save by the sp?ut of foam when two of the great Atlantic sens dashed each other Into spray. To tlio.?] en...

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. — 1 March 1903

BRITAIN AND HER SEA POWER THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ROYAL PRINCESSES THE KAISER AND THE COLONIES Starvation Would Follow If She Lost the Command. ; GERMANY HER ENEMY Britishers so Regard Their German Cou&ins Despite the Alliance in the Venezuelan Matter?Cast Off Clothes of Noblemen? By PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cubie to tho Times-Dispatch, Copyright?], l'J03.) "LONDON, Fob. ?S.-'Pcrloillcfilly Eng? land becomes almost hysterically excited over what might happen In the oveni that two groat Power? combined to ?Ivo her battle. There In general agreement that un? less the British navy is powerful enough not only to defeat Its allied enemies, but also to. have a margin of sea power sufficiently large to keep the ocean lanes of commerce free for the progress of It? food ships, England would soon bo upon tho threshold of starvation. It Is a well-known fact that England cannot feed her million? with the prod? ucts of her own fields and pastures. In the event of war with two or more great sea powe...

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. — 1 March 1903

W?LKING~IS AN MPORTANT?RT TO BE CULTIVATED. First Master the Art of Go 'ing Up Stairs and Then of Coming Down. The Gait Which is Fash? ionable at Present. By KATHERINE MORTON. Copyright UKW.) -"?5|***|???? climbing as a means to se , ^??n j cure grnco ot locomotion Is por?? ' .UzSmjjl hops a novel Idea. It Is never? ?6?'':?^J theless true. taint the woman who has mastered tho art of going upstairs, may be likened to a Diana following tho hounds, "Place me with my rival In tho pres? ence of a man In whom we are both In? terested, nnd lite first thing 1 should do, would ho to walk upstairs," says ono who kno'ws how to walk, and who nbovo Oil has learned the art of stair-climbing. Trained stalr-nllmhers should bo tho healthiest' nnd the most graceful of wo? men. In nny town, where the hills are steep, yon find tho most graceful pedestrians. You will also find n healthy racedof wo? men. Medical authorities go so far as to recommend walking upstnlrs correct? ly as good to relieve Indiges...

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. — 1 March 1903

)0000O(:x-<XXX50O0O000<^^ Striking Stage Gowns From Whieh Hints May Be Taken. *?_B5W_: , Iri_m_. _- !_?_. _.?.??____,_~^^v-vwvv??vvvvvvvvvyvvv^^ FASH10NS FOR THE YOUNG PEOPLE.?By May Tlanton. Lont, wlth Its rest from social Btraln and Its conso quont lolsure, hna come. For alx weeka to come com paratlvo qulet will bo tho rule; gnyeties wlll bo llmited nnd tho mother of *hc famlly wlll flnd herself wlth tlmo to glvo to home sowing, wlth nmplo opportunlty to look ovor nnd ronow tho chlldren's wardrobcs. From tlme Immcmorlft! Lonten qulet has rnoant thnt task well dono. From gonorntlon to genenitlon h'as descend ed tho hablt of carcful conslderation nnd of provlsion for famlly needs. Not even modern mcthods nnd modern clubs havo caused it to dlo out. To-day. as much as ln our grandmother'a tlmo, tho chlldrcn's needa aro care fully conaldered nnd supplled, and aeamstreasea and dresamnkcra nro kept buay making small frocks and pretty girllah dresaea during tho weeka of BecluElon th...

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. — 1 March 1903

KATHERINE C. CABELL, Tho Second DniiKlitcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alstou Onboll. DOG LAW AS AMENDED A Completp Draft of MathewsBiil the S OF MUCH INTEREST Patron is Called Upon Daily for Coples Dutkes of. tho County Officer on the Subject are Defined. Owlng to tho wldesproad interest in the Mathews dog law, as it haa been recently amondod by lho Loglslaturo, tho blll, n? amended, ls printed Jn full below, and ls aa follows: > An Act?To amend nnd re-enact chapter 402 of tho Acts of Assembly, sesslon 1901-,'02 entltled an act to protect sheep and other stock in tho countlea of thls, Stnte, ap proved March 29, 1902, and to amond tho title thoreof so as to proyldo for impos lng a licenos tax on dogs. 1. Bo It enaclcd hy tho General As? sembly of Virginla, That the act of tho General Assembly of Virginla entltled un act to protect shoop and other stock ln the countlea of thls State, approved March 29, 1902, and the title of said act so as to provlde for Imposlng a llcenso tax on dogs, bo ...

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. — 1 March 1903

K.J cKool 5 r M I j o- r t o tv o usewives tv r 1 cv k d /nOMMENT FOR Li THE HOUSEWltE IHOPE you wlll pardon tho Intruslon, for, belng a man, I can lmrdly bo conslderod ns a housowlfo. But tho text of somo of tho lottors upon Ihe Household Economy - aubject Booms a sufllelont oxcuao for Interforlng ln othor folka' buslness and 'putting my oar ln.' I al?? n?P? ,"\a' Jay remarks may bo of bonoflt to at loast a fow of thoso llttlo ?truggllng houBowivcB with whom I huartlly Bympathizo._ "To bogliv-I am a husband and father ot two strong, healthy boys, ten ancl twolvo yoars old, two fino hoalthy glrlB four and six yeara old. Wo havo also a number of dogs, catB, blrda and chlckeiis. (Tho chlckons aro solf-supportlng ) wo aro clty-raiaod .pooplo and aro thoroughly capablo of o'stin gulshlng botwoon tho quallty of a good pprtorhouao stea. c ana ono from tho chuck, Ali tho arUolcs placed on our tablo aro plaln, Bubatontlol gooda of tho vory bost quallty. "My famlly ls now llvlng ln the count...

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. — 1 March 1903

<S.^H? Will Take 'Place at New OrleansMay 19-22. AN EDITOR'S ADDRESS Urges Old Soldiers to Attend-Some Facts About the Monitor-Vir ginia Fight?Anecdotes of the War. Xo tho Edltor of Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatch: New Orleans, l^eb. 13, lw* The accompanying letter. wrltten by Mr. Pago M. Baker, edltor of tho New Orleans Times-Democrnt. und one of tho most consplcuous and forceful 'flgures in Southern journallsm. ln tho intorest of tho comlng reunlon of the old Co.ifcdenUo Veterans, whlch is to tako placo in Now Orleans, May 39, 20, 21 nnd 22, Is respect fully submittod with tho cxprcssed hope that you may be able to glvo samo a prominont position In your columns. ahe cause of tho rapldly thlnnlng ^ayaino $ ono that appeals to thepeople? of t ls country, IrreSpebt ve of party or of crced mid lt ls boJauso of thls, ancl the fact "lat the reunions of tho veterans will. ln a, fow years beocmo a thing of the ast, that wo ask tho courlosy nt your nands. Now Orleans wants to accord the old Confoder...

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. — 1 March 1903

Str&tford Hall Stiil Well -Pre-erved. The Birthplace of Robert E. Lee _y __OR_E W. BEALE. HEATUSVILLE, VA., Fob. 2f..-Strat ford Hall, tho blrtb-placo of Roborl _, Lee, Is perhups llio beit piosei'ved, as lt ls ono of tho mnut famous, of tlio co? lonlal setils In Wostmorcland couilly, It ls altudtod on tin olovittyd platoau.Vi mllo or moro from Iht rlvcr, nnd was, Vurlng much of its exlBtonco, sucroundod lly oX tenslvo fbresui. Tho vlew /rom tho bulld? lng Ib stlll lntorcop'tetl by masacs of plno treotf, whlch, on evory aldo ln. Holornn tnajeaty. nftord protoctlon ln tho caso of vlolent wlnds, Tbe locatlon of tho rnnnslon Is perhapa a quartor of a mllo dlstant from tho out* er gato, whlch Is on tho road leading from Baynonvlllo to Chlltoh's Crosa llottdB, and threo or four mlles ubovo tbe county scat. The altuatlon.la n roll red and secludod ono, aomo what rernole from nearly nll of thn other wealthy and promi? nent liou?es wlth whlch Strntford sus talnod Intlmato soclnl rqlftUo...

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. — 1 March 1903

"TBE PAPAL MOHAHCHY/' "THE il f> ii )} "American Diplomacy in the Oriollt.', "Plain Facts ns to the Trusts and TnriiT," ??Commercial German." THE MARCH MAGAQINES "MillionaireHousoholds nnd Their Doniestic Economy, With Hiuts Upou FineLiving." "TheYel? low Woll Paper." "A Daughter of the Pit." "Maud Mullor" Drill. r.HE PAPAL. MONARCHY. By Wllllam Barry, D. D., formerly scholnr of the English Collego. Home. O. P. Putnam's Sons, publlshers, New York. J1.3o and J1.G0 not. Dr. Barry fixes the pcrlo'd of the pnpal monarohy from Gregory tho Groat to Bonlfaco Vlll. (690-13030 Tho course fol? lowed by hlm ln thls work ls nelther that of a theologlan wrlting or dogma, nor that of nn n.pologist who deslres to cx hiblt coneluslons ln fnvor of a religlous eystem. IIo seems to be a mnn addloted ?,0 facts, ancl the avoldanco of lnferenllal femarks upon thom. ln "Tho Pnpal Mon irchy" ho hus given us a presentation bf tho facts, as if in a picture, grouped >round certaln hlstorlcal centrcs, so...

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. — 1 March 1903

Alphonse and Gaston in Germany. U/iOtr ffiriend Xeon &inds a fioar Gjub m the SSlack Jfiorest. Copyright, 1608, by W. B.Hearal. DELIArAND MAGGIE?KATZENJAMMER KIDS.

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. — 1 March 1903

??? mm wmm ??,.,:^1^?,'?? ?-_f T!T" *-li "If we don't put Fatty In the hospital this time?!" 1 Cheese it I Here comes Aunt Peabody ! " 1 Gracious ! Oh, save me 1 Help ! " Fatty to the rescue ! " No harm done, dear Aunt Peabody.' _3???i_-__??J __1_ " Felix, my preserver, here's five dollars for saving me!'* '^-?????_-?"-?'???-?t?>--? y?" Gee ! I guess if de gazab's pins got tangled, he Wuddcnt ? smash de ball very far I " '/I've jus' got some grass ter roll here, so clear de track !" r-? ? - ______ 'Well, if ver wiU git In der way, muter, /tain't myfault ! " it Gee L Where'd ?dauy?tone, cumjrujn M ? i didn't know ha wu&indc road? Mr, ConstableM' "I know?d dere wu_ onjy one way ter save yer. bo??I"

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