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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

■ GEN. LEE'S Charles Francis Adams Discusses it at Banquet THE GETTYSBURG ORDER ft!sMa.de tha Theme of the Orator's Eloquence— Strength of the Confederate Army — Admiral Semme* as a Writer, Etc we Confederate Veterama Camp, of Kew Torlc oHy, had » lururloua banquet at the WaJdorf-Aotoria Hotel on Monday evening last, and the three toasts to which noteworthy revponites were made had for their subjeota Robert ZS, !<•'«, Afbrahatn Unooln. and JoiTeraon Xsavis. The thrte euloslata wtre Charles JTrane!a Adams, Henry Watteraon and William Hepburn Russell, formerly of Missouri, now of New York. Mr.' Adams In selecting n. phase of Lee's character to consider, choae to apeaJc of Lee's "humanity In a.rm» and Ma ecruOulous regard for the most advafleed rules of civilized warfare." Here are extracts from his speech t At this banquet, given In honor of th« memory of Robert £2. Lee. I am asked to respond to a aervtlment In hla honor, and without reservation I do so; for, as a Massachus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

fipg?®^ toe. "^ A, young doctor, Ilalph Boyd, confide* I to hla frlond his apparently groundless | •uaplcion concerning lila pornonal wollbaln<f and safety. This frlond, Ambler Jovonu, glvoß hla flyrnpathy and promises his help in caoo of noed. Hoyd hlm«elf l£ asslotant to Sir Bernard Kylon. Ho has an Interview with his chltf, und they discuss the Illnoaa of old Mr. Henry Courtonay, who llvea at Richmond-road, ICew. Ills Interest in that home la centered on Ethelwynn Mlv«rt, Henry Courtenay's «l«ter-ln-law. Uo determines to spend tho evening at Richmond-road. Mrs. Courtonay, young, gay, pretty, Is utterly out of fcynvpathy with tho elderly, short tempered, Invalid husband. An usual, Mrs. Courtonay Ih out. Ethelwynn surprlacs) Kalph by evincing a keen Interest In Henry Courtenay'a apparent improvement In health. Ralph Boyd Is aroused tho following morning by a visit from Mr. ■Courtenay's footman. Short, who tells him that his master had been mur4«r»d. The doctor aces Rthel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

BY PAUL QERIOK, (BETRXiIK, January 24 — Tho great paradox In the world to-day Is Gormany. Sincerely loving Peace, striving for (.deal results In the works of peace, It Is the nation that gbres the others strong cause for fearing It &s th« one possible danger to peace. Deeply Imbued nationally with the love md understanding of literature and art, Ihe two pre-eminently peaceful professions; a nation of olty builders and city beautlfiers such as cannot be equalled ' anywhere on the earth; exalting abstract learning to a degree higher than all other nations, Germany yet loses no opportunity, apparently, to obtrude the ominous ring of the sword on the councils of the world. This -warlike attitude toy no means emanates only from the "military class." The general Idea of Germany as a land that is groaning under militarism Is largely incorrect However frorce partisan cries may bo nffalnst the burden, notional leellng about militarism is patriotically «n favor of It. Germany does...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

BY SAMUEL O. JAMES. {Copyright, 1803, by Samuel O. James.) --*- Judge -well kuorra In New York State writ glindng over the new»p«.p«r'« headlines. As hU «ye fell on "Robbed the Government of Th-ounands,"' he threw aside the paper usd addressed himself to the group around him, "Robbed the government oi thousands, aid ha? tTmphl He's not a<« high—excuse the unjudicial expretelon. gentlemen —with the tobtooo manufacturers of ray boyhood flays. Those fellows— they were numerous — understood th« art of robbing the gorernsiant Of millions of dollars of revenue." The Judge paused) for refleotlon, and, as the group prepared Itself for a ttory, he began: "Fifty years ago the greater part <of the plus; chewing tobacco produced In this oountry was manufactured In Itlohxnond, Louisville, St. Louis and a string of towDB along the MlostMip>pl river extending from 6t. Lou 11,1 1, on th« south, to 3Caok.uk, la., on the north, I -was born In on-e of those Upper Missi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

t VIRGINIA GIRL IN TME CIVIL WAR." 'The Bible For Children." "For a Maiden Brave." "The Derby Anniversary Calendar." "Soltaire," BOOKS, AUTHORS AND REVIEWS Thomas Nelson Page's Residence, His Library. The New Novel He Is Writing. Sir Rajah Brooke. The Correlll-ing of Came. About Pepy's MSS. Punch's Fling at Kipling. CHE WRITINGS OF JAMES MADISON, Edited by r.alllard Hunt. 8 vols. Q. P. Putnam's Sons, publishers. Now Tork city. ' Madison, that <listiniruishc<J so n of "VlrfrlndeL, has been called tho futher and historian of tho Constitution of the United 6to.tes, nnd the revival of. his -writings. WJilch our fathers called "tho Madison papers," is a gTatetiia thins to our pride and to the faith winch wo maintain In tha Justice o£ our late atrnggle Cor constitutional liberty— a struggle which compares well, In all but its outcome, with the successful rebellion which our ancestors mnilo nsrainst English ti-r:uiiij-, find -with that distant tin-il strife which ende...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

NEW IDEAS FOR WEAR Hints of Spring Emerge From tho Late Winter Novelties. CONSERVATISM IN SKIRTS Materials For Both Bprlng and Summer nre Varied end Mako Fascinating Study For the Fomlnlna Mind, Now Styles of Silk. -LMo wlnt<>r U not apt to Introduce any radical novelties, vet there aro hints of spring to bo fathered here and there and tlioßo womou who order now costumos 'of] that tholr stylo should bo assured. A f<rw advanco models have beon sent ever and a few Coots ar« to bs ascertained, but tho tlia» Is capricious ont end no ona need b« nurinip.cd to linn "what is iMated to-dty denied to-morrow, JJI «ort« of rumori uro fly ins about. On one wiiiu I hear that tight eklrta havo paused away, on anothor tha-t they ir« a* firmly established as over. One an thorlty talk* about short »l'.lrts, anoth'.v nooffs ot the Idea. The truth, aa I N lleve it to be, Is found midway between the extremes and neither statement l» entirely correct. . It is qulu true t...

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

FULTON. HIGHLAND SPRINGS. ELKO. BARTON HEIGHTS. GREENDALE PARK. SEVEN PINES. FULTON PARK. NEW BRIDGE. aiinUters of tfh« g-empd are made the rlotim of a pntctlwil joko sometimes bs W«XI aa ot3i«r professional men. Rev. Mr. Ltake, of Fulton, suffered in this , taa-niiflr onu day liuit week. Several morninK* nso a youns ma.n Jlroppwl Into the minister's homo and Hated that a friend of his desired the binlstor to unit* him and his betrothed. Rev. Mr. Leake oon-sontod nrid the liout jms set «.t 8 for That afternoon. Shortly oXter luTi-eh Hey. Mr. Lcake begnn to prepare to tie ttiA knot. Three o'clock Muno but fh« brldnl imrty had not pat & their appearancn. The time slipped ly and tihe irtnutcs rolled into hours and tfter patiently wtltinß until JO o'clock Cr. LoaJto dioolded tliat the couplo had Breed to postpone their marriage or had eoured Ule servlcoa of another parnon, O he r«tlred. Next morning as UHiial, l*V. Mr. Lcoke ncnnned the Jnornlng paier and to his surprise ha ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

Housewife's Exchange SEVERAL members of tho Exchange have proved their right to belong to it by Bonding directions for knitting bedflido slippers. I hope tho two given below aro in season to be" of uso to the ; person asking for them: ; Being n constant reader of your pngo I notice that you dosiro some ono to forward directions to yon teaching querist how to xnako bedroom slippers. .my tlircctions ca • benefit her I would bo ihghted. First, begin with seven stitches, then in tho middle stitch /-f every row moko three instead of one; this makes the rows always larger and gives a perfect ehapo to tho slipper. Enclosed you will find a small sample which may lighten your difficulty. As you notice, tho sample is miado of Saxony wool, wL;reas Germantown wool is far bettpr. Also I begin tho slipper at t! too insujad ol the heeL Oloso the front and you can behold its perfect shape. TESSIE. I am holding the "small sample" for tho original querist. Will aho *nd for it? i NO. 2 SAYS— Ei.2loeed...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

kTHB CAPTAIN'S RBVBNGB-HOW IT ALL HAPPENED. (Copyrlg'ht, 1902, by VT. U. Hearst.) /'■if^^<SjSs/IiO A R/"i$l?/O7 /Oif $*&./» /3sTs /f!3> $Uls <£* "J'm (join to 01: Virginny," fin golsi' u> ole Vlrglijiiy, w.har I use to lioo do corn In de merry, happy dtyii of long ugo, Whar 010 jnaiinor an' o\a miaUs dey et>t uiKut <5e lawn, Aa <io ilarVd&ii r,warc«'il around « gre't house dnh; pnta gw>d 010 daya U gone, never mo' will day return, An' d|» ilark«y's VA will owrmo 1 »>« na& Wttt 'twcl! GAl>r'«l blown hlg trumpet In de ivßsuifcscltun morn, He'll i>t ttilnMn' uv d» good ola time* , »>»'■ had. more will I hunt f>V de no«um an' fi» \m «ot nboirt fiat »w«»t ole cabin 6o\ do exuel wnr }ut« rulniiU my happy >n' I »)«ver »;•<•'•» to one d.) like no tno, 1 pr«r d« cruel war hw< ruiuaU ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

ANCIENT AND MODERN IDEAS ON THE SUBJECT. Time and Disease the Effacing Agents of Beauty. What Has Science Done to Restore the Lily and the Rose? Socrates called beauty & ihort-IlYad tyranny, Plato a prlviloge of nature, Theocritus & delightful prejudice, The ophrastus a ailont cheat, Came&dts A solitary kingdom, ll<-mer a glorious gift of nature, Ovid % favor of the god*. Aristotle affirmed that beauty wm better than all the letter* of recommendation In the world, and yet none of these diatlnguiahad authorities has left us even a hint of how beauty la to be perpetuated, or the ravages of age and disease defied. Time soon blends the lily and the rose into the pallor of age, disease dots the fair face with cutaneous disfiguration and oritnsona the Roman nose with unsightly flushes, moth, if not rust, corrupts the glory of eyes, teeth, and lips yet beautiful by defacing the complexion, and fills the sensitive soul With agony unspeakable. I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

"This 'IP make 'em all laugh at Fatty." , Mugfcsy visits the race-track. "Better mr n we expected. He 'H kilf Fatty for this I " XxULi J.XJVIJj!S ! J.vlOxiJ>lv.^JN XJ^ V-A... C>UJNX^A.x« J? Jiix> xl U i\.xl x J., Xt/Uo. And soon seizes a chance for mischief, The Chief will make fun of him."' " You boys ought to be hung I " The results equal his fondest expectations* lYxiQ tlic s^r*itciui cw m vice ior**3 oot ixi\ iv *)s ji tip*

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

. " w *^*'*'''2l*^ 1 ■*! j3T^'^(lSSw*^S***Jif'C R /?'*^ t • t jfji'*\\'*'tf* **V** m^ I far THR TIMES, KOIINDKD 18S0 Tirß DISPATCH. FOUNDED, 1860. THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.- / .H<orccasf. Vlruitiln-I'nrtlv clnudy Tuesday: AVedBOHdiiy rn ln and colder; viirlnblo winds, BhlHlng to frt'sh north. Jjortli Carolina— Kn ln Tuesday and probnnly \\ cdnosdny; wludH hecomliiK southeum and fresh. STATE OF TIDDRMOJIETUn. iiiiii TH midnight , 67 Averago / 67 Hlkm«?si torn porn ture yesterday K5 i.owt-st lempera-turo yesterday 42 Wean temperature yes Utnliiy 48 f.ormnl tcmpcM-ature for February.. 3<i Oepniturc from normal temperature. 12 Precipitation during past 21 hours... 00 .MINJATUHH ALMANAC. „ Feb. J. 1!V«. g»n R^tß 7:U MIOII TIDB. b»n «etn r.:34 Morning «:33 Moon 5et8...11:3» Evening 8:51 RICHMOND. Council appropriates money to erect a monument to Miss Hobble M. Tagpr, who died at the post of duty No investigation for Lhe Council Tho Southern ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

wtiow one of tW *nen>lx>rii to r*slsrn hla imm in; i nigh;, unanimously requesting Mt. Thomnji B.'. HlCkSj, of Monroe WarO, to withdraw n, resignation which he had titiMtpectedly tendered towards tho clot* of thft session. Under this strong praasura, MX. HicJrn yielded under protest, and OJ<l not Insist em resigning, although It U probable that he will quit tho body at at early future date. ' "Undfsr th« hond of roll-call. Mr. Rlda turned over *o Clerk August Ills roMprnation, which was road, whoreupon Mr, Bllctt moved that It bo rejected. Before this motion wns'put, however, Mr. Pol]«ck secured tho flow and In one of ths most flowery and eloquent speech** )na<i(! in a lon* time In the body he Implored Mr. Hicks to reconsider his acÜBn. Ho ooncludod h:« remarks by movUljr that he bo requested to withdraw the resignation. AORiEISD TO STAT IN. Mr. Winston nrifl a number of othei members concurred In what had been said fey Mr. Pollock, Mr. Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

GUMMING BILL WINS lorted from the Committee with Amendment. JONES' FRIENDS STIRRED SVleasura is Aimed at First District Dresentatlve— Minority Report to i Offered — Lso for Present Law. Only Three Districts Affbcted. The Hou»o Committeo on Privileges and fllectlonii yesterday afternoon, by a voto Of seven to two, roportod tho Cummlng congressional reapportlonmont bill with •orao ulljrht modifications, and over Its adoption In tho Houao a spirited battle la foreshadowed. Tho'flo who voted In tho negative were *i«Bsra. C. Conway Baker, of Westmoreland, and Frank T. West, of Louisa, and it iB understood that they will submit a pilnorlty roport, the baals of which will likely be tho bill offered anil advocated by Mr, Baker beforo the committee. Tho bill on reported nuikfts changes only |n the First. Second nnd RtKluli Districts. It Utfces Newport News, Warwick, York, Jataoa City anj Elisabeth City out of Uie Second District and gives them to the First, and takes Caroline, Spotsylvafllti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

ThoTimes-Dis^atch. TUB DAILY TlMiaa-DISPATCH 18 wld at two cnawru a goty. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS IQVQ AT FIVE) CI3NTB A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, JOC, A MONTI*, )3 A YEAR; 13.G0 ITOH BIX MONTHS: JI.OO FOR FUMCIS MONTHS, SUNDAY TIMKS-DIBPATCH BY MAJIi. 12 A YEAH. THH DAILY TIMBB-DISPATCH. INCLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, 15C. PEK WEEK. TMI3 SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY CAHRIKR. BC, PER WEEK. * 'Weekly TnrES-nisPATcir, v year , : . .AM.. UNSIGNED COMMUNICA.TJONB WILL BE RKJECTED. nMJKCTED COMMUNICATIONS WIU NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY STAMPS. TUESDAY, FEERUVUIY 3, 1903 I ROOSEVELT ANDM'KINLEY-A CONTRAST. In the Sunday Tlmes-Dlspatch '&. John Temple Graves brought tho race issue lalrly and squarely to tho attention ot President noosevelt. We hope the Preslilent will- read the nrtlclo and take it ii> heart. If he wore capnblo of taking: nflvlco he woulfl mend his ways and not attempt to apply an Impracticable theorjto a 'practical condition. No...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

ucm charge kb« w( \ Ht t"^* V^>sf ii?n rei/Bkiien lflflnaiT ianfl> ' Hfm l f^T r eb4 #™^ 7a *£?ii charge CPMT I a 25Genis, f S £8 II A ff WORKING WANT.ADS. 3S IT 3| /ff It It 26 Ss I 5 WORD. OrthMmoil . "^ 1 %rf lOeS \**\lJi | jggiPJ^JJgJlgLM!^?!^ I * l^l |<J» J"* c..bln»d" nol WORD, X IIEIP WANTED— MAKE- (WANWCD-DRUO CLERK, REGISTER•d Assistant ict once. Give roforonceii. m. B. 0., Station 3, Newport Now*, Va. "WANTED. RELIA.BL.ia BOY. 16 TO 17 yearn old, to colltot <uid work In retid! Bli'jo store. Addrtfts "SAM," care this office. WANTHD-A BRIGMT BOY. OR youth, as office boy and g«noral osslstanL State refxronoe«, salary oxt>*oted fti»d Bxp«iion«o. 8. L. M., oare TlniesDtopfctoh. "WANTED. LOCOMOTIVE MACHINISTS for railroad shop; good wagon, and full I information by addressing F. S. HOFF,i MASTER, Cape Charles, Va. BASKET-MAKEiRS. REED WORKERS wanted for repairing baby carriages, go-carts and reed furntturej none out flrrt-cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia DRY SUNDAY IN NORFOLK But Fifteen Were in the Police Court for Drinking. MAYOR RIDDICK IS ACTIVE vVith the Police Commissioners, He Has Information Against Liquor Dealers, But Not in Good Shape Just Yet. (Spoclal to Tb» •rin>es.Dl«l»tcfc.) "' NORFOLK. VA.. Fcb, 2.-Was the city | iSry? This was tlie question asked everywhere this morning. The answers In Aha Police Court were the fifteen casea fit drunks, who did not tell whore they »ot It. That oonstitutea an indlspuUblo iase against somebody. The trouble Is to find tho place and ttve man who supblled the liquor. There are several places reported as suspicious, and tho police Who devoted their wholo energy to tlie hunt for the men who sell and drink la uecret, aro anxJou* to know if theso aiiaplcions ore sufficient to warrant arrests. However Uia-t may be, the bold and In.jcpllcabla fact ls that tho police docket thla morning contained tho names of Mteen plai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 February 1903

THE STATE'S MINERALS Labor Commissioner to Make Exhaustive Report. GOVERNOR AT HIS OFFICE Returns for Work After Delightful Trip Ao Alabama— Makes Two Important Appointments, Acting Under New Law In One Instance OTic two fixtures of tho report of tho Commissioner of Ijibor, Mr, James B. IDoherty. for tho prosont year, will bo an exhaustive treatment of the minerals of tlio Stato and tho condition of tlio building tnidofl. Mr. Dolitrty -was in his offloo yesterday for tho first time In ueveral days, lia-vlnf? been kopt at homo on account of sickness. Ho said he had already mado contracts with two Rentlomen who aro oxperta In tho matter of mlnerads to make a thorough ecological survoy of tho Stato and to submit their reports in time for tlio next issuo of tho annual report of the commissioner. Every mineral to bo found In the Stato Is to be included, tho extent to w*lch it Is mined and Its relatlvo purity. Thlt Itain not been done In many Ve.ir3. If cvor completely, and tlw data will ...

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

'II A |i slmilatiiigllicFoodandßcgula- m 1 UngtheStoinachsnndßowelsof i* Promotes DigcslioaCheerful- m ness and Rest.Con tains neither fy Opium, Morphine nor>Oiieral. 1 Is'OTKarcotic. Jbt^ofOrJ.DrSAMLVLPrTCmR f\myJan Sctd ~ ' Mlx.Stnna * Vsf. R*full*SJu- )jjt A.W Srrd * /3uZ£inahJUit+ ,«;'•, ftirrpSn-d- - i : Omt/ud Jkianr :m\ }i\ht»ivnv»i norm: S\ Aperfecl Remedy forConsUpa- m Tion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea 'm Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- m ness nnd Lo ss OF SLEEP, m Facsimile Signature oF NEW YORK. • M I P<ACT. COPY OrWRARPER. MIM I BEAT HIS WIFE AND WAS FINED Many Small Cases of Assault in the Police Court Yesterday Morning. Justice Crutchflold had tho flotsam nnd jetsam of the lower streets with .him yeaiterday. There wero no big cases, but some of them had a tingo of sadness with them that lent sympathy, CnarU'.s Pond, who was arrested on Sun day on tho charge of getting drunk, and beating his wife, and with being an annoyance to the neighborhood was fine...

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