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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

A CORNER IN ANCESTORS. The Browns Descended frpm a "Worthy" of England— A Religion-. Founded by a ■Member of the Family. (By Eleanor Lexington.) The Blown family traces ILa lineage to Christopher Bro-wn of Hawltedom, Suffolk county, England, and through him to the ancient family of the borough of Btain- \ ford tn Lincolnshire, which was the seat I of tho Brown family for 400 years and J more, Thfl oldest son of Christopher Brown, for services tendered to the Icing, could , : appear with hla head covered In the pro■once Of the kins, his heirs and huocohs- ' oni, and of all rtoiU men, lords spiritual and temporal, iuid all othor persons whom■oever of the kingdom. Ho rankod as one of the "worthies" of England. One of, tho principal ornaments of Stamford is All Saints' Church. This wus built by John prown, who, with his wife, Is buried there. A steeple wns added' to tho ohurch by tiller eon, William. A briusti Plata commemorates the fnct ttnd records that William' Brown won a morchant o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

FINE DEPOT AT BRISTOL Splondld Now Union Passenger Station to Open. THE NEW SECRETARY \ PollfemArt,- Celebrates the Flrty- ninth Anniversary of His Birth and the . Twjjnjy-nlnth of H!» Duty on the Police Force. /(Special to Tli» Tlm*i-ni«[»tcli.) mUBTOI,. VA., March !«».— Mr, and Mrs, ciarenc'o King aro nt horn« a-ftcr a pleasant- visit., |o tho parents of Mrs. King, at Lonu.Vlow, Texas. i Mr. and Mrs! Oeorao isl.' lHeck, dt Phlladolphia, are guestH of their Bon, Paul W. Kleok, and family on Alabama fltreot. liro, Jl,J 1 , X Oatoßp a aermo-n Baptist evangelist, of Ohio, haa been conducting revival Borvlcos af the ' Llnwood Street Baplliit Churcii. Her sermons have proven of great .Interest to thoso who liavo nttcndod, H. A. Mauk, a well known traveling man, who hrui been on the roud In i3ast TennesßL'se and Southwest Virginia for a number of yearn, him accepted a position with tho -. wholesale firm of Malionby, Jones & Co,, and will bo In thu liouhc, Mlsrt Nellie Pembert...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

w PHHODIST CONFERENCE Fourth Day of the Sessions In Frederlcksburg, REPORTS ARE RECEIVED The Report of Treasurer of Foreign Mission Board Gives Collections Rescetoed From tne Different Districts—Preaching for To-day. / (Special to The Titnei-Dliiiiatch.) FREDEIUOKSBtma, VA., March 28.— The fourth day's Besslon of tho Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, opened this morning with n full attendance at 9:30 o'clock, Bishop A. Coke Smith In the ahalr. Thu religious services were conduoted by Dr. Seth Ward, of Nashville, Tonn. Letcher Stephen Shlreab, a local preacher, was elected ( to deacons' orders. Dr. O«orgo' B. Wlnton, editor of the Nashvillo Advocate, was Introduced to the tonference and made a stirring speech in behalf of his publication. Dr. Campbell, of the Virginia Bible Society, was introduced, and made an earnest appeal In behalf of ihis ■ work, urging the wide circulation of the gospel. Bishop J. C. Oranbory, of Ashland, waa Introduced, and made a b...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

TUP iVACiI SOUTHWARD Captain Scott, and His Men Had Trying Experiences. SHORT RATIONS FOR DAYS Dog • Died and Program Wat Seriously Imp.ded ft! pi r-Llaut. Bhacklt»©« Burtt B|ood V«M«I In Mil Lung* and Only Hit Pluck Savad Him, (By Associated IfiM.) iarrTLETON, N. Z» March M.-The •lodging, partlei of th» British antaroUp •hip Discovery, whoaa •xperlsncw were reported by the' relief nhlp Morning on the latter'a arrival" her* Wednesday, engaged Ih much haaardoiM work. Th« dash southward of Captain Bcott of the Discovery, »■• ftJult ■of which h» reached laUtude KIT south, wa» attended by great hardships. 'The aoftened snow told *uioWy on the dogs, which all dlad. The party had only a month 1 * provisions, when they left the laouthernrnost depot, and therefore it wa« lmpo»slblc to continue southward without inviting disaster. The return Journey was' nioit trying. The party were on short rations for five days and their progress was seriously impeded by fog. Lieutenant Shackleton burst a ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

1* " ' 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 .1 1 a inmuiiii mi! ■ *ur 111111x11111 * & Tiiecc adctuc wniinFß 'wr A <* Ai /I^L a w %. minimum wnE ONE Mn MUM o r & Jx thru I<%l intotAnt IHt nllßllcn XAlb) T> gkjm. Ik m >M ja fIM .. A « acut T niEri. ft rft i Af 1 WORKING WANT ADS. ffi | Tfl A fft 2BCanlf f a A y 25 Cents, jfj CTj fIJ K\| THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. ..tte- W f Id' UP PI c.hm^.no. WORD. WORD. Cash In Advance | "TT * -^ ri " — v,,,,_v „,,_ „_ —\ 1 L 1 ' ' ■ 1 . HeLP;WATm*b~FEMALB-. WANTED, ! MILLINERS AND MAKERS. Apt'lV TIIALMIMEIVB. WAITED, AN KXP*EI«P.NCE!t) CpOlC Apply at ftrtCß MM West Pmnklin Street. References required. WANTBD', A COOli. APPLY MONPAt .nornlnff, third flat, m South Third . Street. £aT)7ks"and gentlemen to copy lettoVi Tnt homo; fJO per 1.000 for a .jiprt letter, paid weekly. CM C. p. HAISLBY, 2805 Enst MarshtUl^StrecL^ "PUMN WRITERS liVEItYWHERE, Fpflto time evenings, $fl.&0 week: s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

i OME I MINIMUM I * I fit I £:| Jt:\jkn\ m I W^.Ui^V^mSi IM I Jk' f&n fIX" I*4' 4' "•!■? cent T n"& &,& "ft A W S WORKING WAMT- ADS. ffi g EJ fl 1 -SR »** * ,i 26 Cents, jjf eg w* |jy fIW W that brim* satittsT results. Lte w\f id I* Pi mm**^ word. WOOD. CflthlnAdvanot i" v rjT< -.■;--- ■- — — i-r^.l 1 ' ' L -« ' ■ 1 — HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED, A NEAT YOUNO. COLORED Klrl hh nurwo; aootl rororcnoes required. Cull at 313 SouUi Fourth Strnet. . . . .WANTED, ■ EXPeWteNt'lSn. SAWSSI/idloß aim slock !'flM_,'; A l)j)1Jl-f}_ Th[& K. MITTELDORKIOU'S. ..S<>. 21 « Enst Broad Stront. , WANTED, TO EMPLOY, TUOMAOLI:, white tvoniiiit Wrtfinl«t In liotisokfoplt b. fitilrctl. AdclfoßS Mftfl. CHARMwj. v. si - srg^t , Q.r a .w.i ir .°?±:~~ "^SITUATiIONS WANTED-FEMALE". WANTED BY AX EXPEBIENCKD hoWkeopdr, a posltlohjor ikWf' us aiiHlßlHiit houscUceper: cl thct ■ It rountrv nr al suninn'r rosort. Anfli' m WORI4...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

HISTORIC OLD MECKLENB'G Its Formation from Lunenburg and Its Name. THE FIRST COUNTY COURT First Business to Ehgago Attention Wns tho Regulating of Prices to Be Charged by Inns, for Rum, Brandy and Cider. Mecklenburg county was "'°™ e .«L£?, m I.unenburg In 17(54. and named c»le»burg" In honor of tho Queen of Ooorgo the Third, Who, before her marriage, woa Charlotte, of -MecWenburg-Strel v. LU- < nenburg county was formed rroin Urunß- , wick in "16 and named In honor of ; Oeorgo the First, who was Duke of , Brunswlck-bunelmrgh-Luncnburg being the Anglicised form ot Luneburgh. Bruns- | ■wrick. county-named In honor of the Ocr- j man House of Brunswick-was formed I 1721 from Surry and Jslo of Wlsbt. which , w-ro'two of the original elg'ht shires Into •nrhlch Virginia was divided in IG;U. | iAVhen our mothor county, Lunenburg.'i vbb first formed as a county It embraced all that territory which Is now contained , in the counties of Mecklenburg, Charlotte, Hallfa 1 ?, fittsylva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

EDITORIAL SECTION. the rmm, eouNgKO \m TJtE DISPATCH. FOUNDED l«50. VIRGINIA SONS ; IN TENNESSEE :j " ■ •■•; •■- ; o NoOth^f State Has Contributed So Largely. HOLD HIGH PLACES ' IN ADOPTED HOME Chattanooga Is First Cousin of Old Dominion Capital. i • ' , ■•; " ' i • 'I MAYOR OF THE CITY WAS r EDUCATED IN VIRGINIA His Father;-. Was a. Virginian, and tho List of Thosa from This State Who are Prominent in Ten • ' ncssee is a Long and In- ■ Interesting One— Many ' i Familiar Nam«i By Henry M.. Wlltie, , ! CHATTANOOGA. TENN.. March. 2S.VlrglnU and Tennessee are , mother and daughter. Richmond nnd Chattanooga arc first cousins- In the- extent of manufacturing Interest* Klchmond Is trio only city In the South that outranks Chattanooga. No other Stato haa contribued so much to the population of Tennessee as Virginia,- »nt) the colony of Virginians, in Chattanooffa arid ""suburbs Is^ large.- By the Federal coneus- of- 1600 -there -were In thd City proper CM native Virginians. With. this 03 a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

:: % -««* '■ 'tittrtMbtisaiy -inteivticrt by tha ■ ; Iram*rß of thft Conslltutlmi, and oMpaclhllr timt part which referred if) tho cor* fcoratlon Commission, lo put nil the , Mwcra for prantlim or rcftisliift ohnrloi-n ?m tho bntHls ot ono erntrnJ bmly, who WcM bound ltndcr Imv to Rrant. tho Bhßfter when tho lcqtilrmnonlo of the ■•to in such cased hnd boon tioinpllMl ■with It wns furthor liHpihlpcl to hnyo nil fcuoh' clinrters and Information relntWo thereto filed at ono flaws, an« not to : h*ro tho informfttfon, nn at present, Kept mart 1 tho ilallroad Commissioner s oftibo, part In Iho A<idltor'B ofnefi. mid P«H. In the floorotary of tho Commonwealth a C °'ohT> SYSTEM UN'atANODD. Instond of thTs tho object wns to have nil Information In repard to tho nnmes, Htockholdcrs, onicers, attornnys, etc.. of / any and flll corporations kept on reoorfl in ono central nmco. from which nil itrdpar InCornmtlon could bo Gotten ellroot by t' ; : : public It would seem, tlwr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

Thalhimer's Easter Opening. „ . Our 9few Gasier Suits ... y '■ Wo'lmvo tho most striking and bewitching creations in TailorMiide Suits. You have , but. to glance ut tho enormous urray of clover creations to realize that wo are the stylo leaders in suits, Tailor Made Suits, all»wool granite cloth, blouse jackets, shoulder capes, pinml wltlLßfUin, blouse finished with cut-steel buttons, full puir alcoves and flared 'skirt- \\ n.,., '.'. ' • • • $10.00 Kiiullhli Walking Suits, light gray mixtures, nobby doublo-breastcd jackets, taffeta linod, perfetiily tiiilored 5kirt5. .'. . . . . . ..... . . ..... ..... . . . ... . . J15.00 Ivouis XIV Suits, cloth and otarnine jnckots, flnlsheu with slioulcler cupes and iiinoly, trimmed, lucked and tunic skirts .$25.00 and $30.00 ; High Grade Novelty Suits, in fancy mixtures, copies of imported models, /at most moderate prices. ... Sood Skirt SBarffctins ... OUR LEADER — All • Wool, Light- j&SZ&h*^ Weight Melton Skirts, cut i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

• The Times-Dispatch iubtlihitf Oaily md Wee*ly at No. « North Tdnth Street, Richmond, V«. BntareH Jatiuary ti, 19O». at ' Rleh' mond, ' Va., as 9eeond-Cla»i Mattsr, urtd«f Aot of 6oti' greii of March S> 1879. The 'DAILV TIMES- DISPATCH la sold Tne Cen 3UNbTY y ' tIMES-DISPATCH Is >\d it 8 cents ft copy. -,«u— DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— cents --month. $8.00 * y«»i»» fot< k months, $1.60 for three_ monthj. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by rn*ll, .00 a year. in. The DAILY TIMES- pISPATCH. Inudlng Sunday, by Carrier,,™ centa ,per Thi SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH, by irrler, B cents per week. . M The WEEKLY TIMES'DISPATCH, All Cloned Communications will be Kted eommunleatlon. will j not be turned unless accompanied by •*" m P»J Uptown Office at T. A. MILLERS, no. _.D East Broad Street. SUNDAY, MARCH 29. 1903. (»JR STATE INCOME TAX. If any one will recall the great lmpor-. tanoe- which was attached to the provision in the Wilson Tariff Law of ISO 4 for an income tax...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know.' For the Business Han Too Busy to Know. jimorican ft f fairs. • Th« qttentlon of Mlm Clara BarWi control of tho Red Cross In this, country lias been raised again by the reported ■otlon of the Executive Committee of that society favoring her rotlromentj Mehv tern of tho committee want to offor Mlsn Uarton tho honorary prcoldonoy for Hfo, nnd put Admiral Van Reyporr formorly etffgeoh-Renorftl of the navy, In ohargo of the society. They, fifty President Roosevelt and his cabinet will Borvfo on th« board again with this arrangement. •'GOLDEN RULE' 'JONES AGAIN. ,Mdyor Jones of Toledo, who has been four, times elected on hlB "Golden Rule platform, announces that ho' will be a candidate a r.f,th time, without tho nomination or guardianship of any party organization, NEGRQB SCOnNB PENSIONS, Bsforo ri mass, meeting of negroes at New. York last Sunday Bishop Derrick of tho Afrjcan M. 13. -church nald -that the eiave ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

Tho leaves and thd flowora aro coming Ifi nil tho beauty oC their spring green^s tind colors nnd tho manner of tholr nrrivnl \s as much tt mystery as' ever. Hvery yenr one makes up one's mind to -iwnteh nnd pry into Iho methods by \yhlch Nature unfolds thepclnlß upon tho stem nnd roclothos tho barren browness o'rtroo trunk nnrt branches, with a mantlo of living verdure. •Every year tho mlraole Is repented untfer one's unconscious 1 ' eyes without any premonition, ono morning the out-of-door world stnnils arrayed In Enster dress and tho beholder is no whit wiser than In years ngono. The April brldos come with the loaves and tho flowers. In fact, all tho dainty floral treasures of the Spring; her white lilacs, her tall, white, slendor Annunciation lilies, hor lilies of tho valley, hor snow-drops nnd her ornnge blossoms are rf part of tho April herltngo and are laid by, her nt tho foet of the bride from whom nothing Is too rare to bo withheld. It Is such a pleasure to note that there I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

! ' Announce for to-mofrow and Tuesday if The Opcriing Display of jLadies* Knox Walking Hats in Felt and Straw. / l . )005 Bast Main Street, Opposite Post-o'Hce. ' \~ "^ (Continued iFrom Sixth PHge.) clftl duties of oael/one will bo assigned at that tlm«. i " " Tha Rwtaurait' Committee, of which «w VTwn* to- chairman, will meot next Wednesdayfln the Woman's Chrl»fian Association M" dln & at noon. Every lady *to I a ifembap of the commute© must Attend tj meeting or have her ntme dropped 1 fpm the list. ' The Kentuci/ tabla will hold a committee meeting at noon Tucsony next at «' 202 Eb»/ Main Stroet. Every lady o£ the comnfAoo Is repeated to be prea•nt, ■ "' / ' , /• • • Th« you* ladles who are pledged to tho asslst&o of the chairman oT the Virginia. «»»« are requested to meet Mrs, IK Wderson, of "No. ICO West Frank- £ l Stre7. next Tuesday at 11 , A. M. •"" h Miv I *derson'B committee will meet her th« same, day at noon. : Tho Virginia and Mississippi tab!" w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

* QUIET WEEK IN NORFOLK No Other Week as Quiet as the Quietest Week In Lent. AFTER- EASTER GAYETY They Will Be the Gayest Weeks Norfolk Ever Enjoyed, Because There are Many More People and They are Better Able to Be Gay. (SpccUl to The Tlmes-DUpatcli.) NORFOLK, VA.i 'XiAttM v>.-Thls has been tho Qii.oteHt wool* ."t T.t'nt. That moans, of course, the quietest weok of tho whole year, for no other weok can be ns qulot nw tho quietest weok in Lent That does not mean that tlioro will be Jittle doing hero when Easter comes and gives society the permission and the opportunity, of the passage of wmur *.nd tho approach, the enlivening and relnvlgoratlng spring, to be gay; but It means rather that, having boon so quiet, society must bo unusually gay to recover from the enforced, even If a welcome, restraint of religious rest. That is what socloty is preparing for. Tho weeks following Easter will bo gay. They will be the gayest weeks Norfolk ever enjoyed because there are many moro ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

DULL WEEK IN WILMINGTON interest In the Campbell-Berry Marriage In New York, MME. NORDICA IS COMING Engaged with De Reszke and the Metropolitan Orchestra for • Concert on May 2d, Which Will Be a Notable Society Occasion. (Special to Tb» Tlm«»-tM»P««<*.> WILMINGTON, Kl.^C., March 28,-Thlc has been the dullest woek, socially, since the beginning of the lienten season, and the present prospects ai-o that noclety •will continuo In an inaoti-ee ' state twtll "nftor Easter. Then another soaswi of gayctles -will open, and continue to hold Iho round* of pleasure until Hummer # «erids many of Wilmington's society peoJ pie to the soashoro. . Wilmingtonlanß are much Interested In the announcement of the approaching Carriage of James Douglna Campbell, , formerly of this city, and Miss Wlnlford Berry, of New York city, which will be celebrated In that city on Wednesday. , the 15th of April. The Southern colony In New York will bo well represented, and the occasion In antici...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

MR. LEAKED FAREWELL ■ this Popular Pastor is to ' Preach His Last Sermon. SPLENDID RECORD HERE Greatly Belovod by the Congregation of Fulton Baptist Church— Will Now Become State Evangelist, Roy, XV. B. Leake, tho popular and rauch-loved pnstor of Fulton Baptist • Church, close his pastornte with that church this morning, having tendered tils resignation «ovoral wcoks ami takes effect by April Ist. Mr. l»cako will begin Ills duties ils State Baptist Evangelist on' Wednesday. His motto will be "Virginia for Christ." It Is with much regrot that tho Fulton churoh relinquishes their claim on Mr, Looko, but owing to the nature of Hie call and the appeal of tlio State Missionary ■■Board they consentod to allow Mr. Looke .to resign, Tho career of Mr, Leake has been bright nnd he has accomplished much good since entering the ministry. After completing Jils course at Crosier Theological Seminar}' ho was called to the Baptist Church at "Wast Point, whoro ho did' good work nnd cleared the chur...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

■ Here U a food for invalids and for those with weak life functions ||| t^^^&fcSaS^ KE UNiHI which, by its action on the blood, will help your body to throw off Hi -gjgh^<p"^a^^>^rion ; 1 1 flieAncp I?nr over a decade ' Blilm present in the blood, luhbh, Btomach und II i,j' v ! HMRI dISeaSC ,ror Over a uecaue g| |M cntlro human organism, increiwes tho np- M If ' : r-lllf IPMi /N7/MVHIII C I AM ii^Saliß (a scientifically medicated emulsion of pure Norwegian Cod liver 1 ffiM| wedioiiia» a of tLojblg?«t S Bdcntifio d^pce, ill I^liJlifflHl---Oil with Hypophosphites and Guaiacol) has been prescribed %■ the ft^ physicians of Greater New York and all other large cities in their M {^K^ , . HN friended by the Medical Profession, The only B ||HW I BMIJMB daily practice. •:•■ ■. ■ ■,■•..:. .;':■>,.•.'■ .-;■• ;■•.••■<-'•■■• product onta nature in the ■world, and far in Hljtfp ij'iwff ls»flgfl' They have used it with marked success in ; all...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS .... ' : ' :' tngressman Francis Button Harrison a Coming Man. GATES AFTER MORGAN Search for the Man Higher 1 Up Seem Fruitless— Mr. Cromwell's Large Foe— Twanty Thousand Ownerless Ours In New York. '" . ':•/■:■' By JOHN MARTHOL. (Special tv TUo Tlmon-Dlspatoh.) NEW YORK, March 25.-A gladiator who promises "to make Komo howl" Is dauglity John W. Oatos. lie has sharpened his knlfo from Palm Beach. to Chicago and from Chicago to New York. Its zip, fclp. has an ominous sound. Me Is out for the scalp lock of Plerpont Morgan. That groat captain of Industry said thlng3 of John, and John, like tils com-panion-picture, William S. Dovory, Is now decorated with war paint and beginning to "holler.". It will bo a pretty war. Almost is picturesque as the descent of the groat Dovery on tho Tammany wigwum. ) Apropos of Mr. Morgan, I am reminded ot- his European collection of art treasures. He poßsosses objects of art In Europe, which havo coat betwoon throe and tour millions o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

News And Views ™ From Leading Papers. Mluourl Piste* Law. After y*am ot •truifie with -ttmpta' tlon, the Missouri LcelflifitUf 6 ha» fl«clded to Mtfiov* with one ertfthliyr blow totnptatlon Itself. It Ima Adopted * resolution for a constitutional amendment to the effect that tha railroads, be oombelled by law to furnish free passe* to mombers of the- Legislature, and some classes of publle. 'officer*. "&* -Us 1 become mo«ter«i Instead of cries one Impassioned apeaker, like the celebrated French revolutionist who said! '.'The «rwt, appear great to tia because we are on our.kneeaj let bs rise," The Legislature has "rl«." It will stand •feet before corporate power and in Its mlghl compel corporate power to aurwnder blue, pink: and yellow illpa ««hleh ahatl enable It to go to St. Louli every Bunday If It wants to. But this Is not •trlvlng with, temptation, smiting It hip and thigh, and overcoming It, a strife that builds up character ana ennoblos the wtrtver. There Is nd vir...

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