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SATl'RDAY.APRIL 4, 190?.
BtST OF CURRENT VERSI. The Least of Theaa. O mother, fokllns olosely The child against thy breaat, Thar? ara tittle one?, and tender. That know no place of rest! Thar? ar? l!ttl? BBSS*, and tender. Who??? hand? must toil all day; There ar?? chll?Jr?-u. little.* mother. That neither rast nor . O mother, singing, singlne*. Thy little Child I There art? chll.listi hearts, mor? weary. With eoula too worn I There are little ones, and tend? r. ? be? for breed to Whilea-th? ? earn lie? hoarded About thiilr master'? f There are lips. O lltMe mother. That ?; And heap upon Ills The sold of clilKllsli si Still the han? < never. That hand is But the t.nr* ?.f AsRJruet Um gift are \? O r ??t. Ther?? ?In.?? Lord M York The Sea Captain. I em In lov.? win, ? ,?r? not trust Th? tall ship? s Their sai' rnlnar. Th? m - ?tars ai Ae a man loves a aroman, so And ? ? air? tr. we put Llk? lovei For fi? r??? she ??. -.nd her She a; ah? Wtl! : Ravi: . I ahall t r :ld. The River of Youth. ..m. It twin?? -in?! ? irla a ?*???, ugh valiejs hung ? Down to where e air On * bold. ???1 ?. ? s and Pu? ? sleep? es out. . It a Ai ! M Modern Helens. If I ? Ith the ? ? glove If I Th? litt!?? petti I'd follow, nn.1 the little Ian?? In dreamy lai :re I would ?e?k s ? Th? - In the loa*? Dlv1n??ly 1 frail leauara*s forts i? did Cleo? patra's f ? But t vv. and our tt;rn For in??!, rn Incarnations on whoae lip? the Tho??? : ae, smillns ? 1?. . ? Th? Lfthos*? .phlc la?1le? of the low-priced re News. The North Coast. T? win.Is o? th.* north coast, blow jr?, low. ?With rotar mist i?f sea for e*rny: Blow ovr th?? tul?? ffnt.x an<l th?? ? Blow <pt hill? around. And up ;aln way. r The <>'?.?: les far finn* echo?? roll Ovir t r? st? of fir and pine. For the war suns thu.der aerosa th? bay "Wher. tas white hulled aquadrona bar Alf.ns the battle line. Te winde of tas imrth roast; blow y? far A mlKhty tuition's call; Blow out the folds of 'iir hnnn.'r. fre?? From Puiret SOSad to the China sea ursor of . -r Swan. In Seattle IVst-Intelll S?i. The Leper. I??ar the IfSMBrl DeBrB t!?<* street Sound his shufTliiiK. ?" ury feet. Run within! Little children, do not ? Hide yo'ir eyes > addai, your book; Is ?i.irri'd and thin. Lined by -In. Hear the lepr-r* SI. it the door; Double locfe the (tate oi, Bound th?? curtain? lifted aid?; If he see? yea K.,r thai f?<'? wl,; er?*? .?ia,h your al? ?Ware the lepe-- know That he loves theae children eo? That he alipa Through the hr.te.1 market-plat*? Juaf t?. wat. h a ba An>l IBS ??\? IM niotlcr alpe From Its ???*? K .ry Masrasln?. Succsaa Sweeter the s? n???? of tte aeekln? aad ?.,,,, and havInK and hoarding and hi\ln?. Finer the aptrti of '??>pinc and dreamlns Than lOun'Mi I the ?adn, with Its ? Sweeter tj lUHBh the shine (and of t* ? ?3ti"on??vr Um ???? ? r?l on Ita way to far Tban id batti?'? trtt? gvetlrr Ute et nur?!??, wit li lov?'? Up? aflr**. Tban efT?irt fulfill???! in th?? heart's lo?t deair?: ?Baltimore 8un. SENTENCE SERMONS. What is ajliaai in l?ive n.ver Is lost. Faith easily dlOfl without fellow? ship. EtiTy is a confessi, ? of inner desti? tution. Many mistake faultfinding for fldelily. Sound doctrino does not cure a dis? eased heart The pursuit of truth is the secret of eternal youth. The richest Rifts come out of the The life of BOlTlco has few diffi? culties of conduct. A man's title to glory does not de? pend on the glory of his title. Happy Is he who is too rich In faith to worry over a fortune. It d??esn't tako much fortitude to bear another's misfortune. A square don] ha? s<irn??thlng besides sharp ??<1?<?.-> and angla? to It The cross is Irksome only when we try to climb it a? a pedestal. I a joy ta? lentili in anotl ? : find a g in a miri or. On! ing a f trou? ble.? ? GUESSES AT LIFE'S PROBLEMS. Th? about are the la Tli? ? atb is no . but we It I in with a nasty back on him ? .1 un? ie?? ? and i. I 000 b i Uto comf? more than ari Many a man a ha? a due to a ; farther tha Ma: ! that we are apt what hia ? tens i?? g making a foni of him?? Il la and upon a ? ta. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY. The time it taJMO to he ooliti- la All WOddlng writ? Q] sound as if ti dottiti bargain Car hia m? Tli? dan? gerous than t?i bo on friendly torma with a r unfriendly terms with on??. don't suppose th??re ever was 4 milliner or dreaamakar who did not accuse other mlllii ?Iressmak or? of copying h? . About (he only ??..rial function at which a man ? himself with? out awkwanlr.? la when he is pall? bearer at a funeral. It ie all right to talk of bting gath? ered tO OB ?: .1 >.mi ever stop to think that that means gathered to one's kin? When tern? *?d to t ? -11 men secrets that will make tliern opoa tholl one never rem?':n!>?TS that th. ? probably ? mouths as well.? Atchison (Kan ? ? lobe. UNCLE ROOSTER'S MUSINGS. Women are as true? as steel; in many case? also as highly t> To a monopoly, as to a baby, every man ie oppoaed until he g?ts one of his own. A jury 1? a b'.ly of men selected to determini? whieh side has the smart? est lawyer. No man has faith enough to believe that bis friend's black eye was caused by anything other than a fist. The game is nearly up with the ?Ingle girl when she begins to won? der If massage will really remove wrinkles. It la good that your club should have all the home comforts, but bet? ter that ?cur borne should have all the club comforts. WOMAN'S LITTLE WAYS. Th a ear*h ?? Worn??! always suspect another wom? an BrasB I f easily. Th> .?n who arc because they are ngly and rich. Many a woman who loves her hus? band w?*n ? Bjoagfe u> Ma aar him nags him until he is glad to die. The man who Is tied to his wife's apron string has a halter around the neck of his success that throttles It Matrimony Is worth while If only to have somebody on whom you can lay the blame of everything that goes wrong. It Is hard for a woman to escape her critics, if she Is Intelligent, men call her strong minded; and If she Is cheerful, women brand her as light minded. Th^re la nothing that a woman en? joys so much as a secret sorrow that she can tell to her dearest fri?*nd when they brush their hair together of a night There Is small reward for secret virtue. The wise girl Is she who darns stockings and pares potatoes in the front window, whore all m?*n may observo her domesticity. ? Dorothy Dix, In Chicago American. WITH THE SAGES. And all may do what has by man been done.?Young. Truth, like a rose, often blossoms npon s thorny etem.?Hafiz. Th?? great doers of history have al? ii men of faith.?Chap?n. Suit the action to the word and the word to the action.?Shakespeare. Heroism Is the dazzling and glori? ous concentration of courage.?Amlel. T?i cultiv?t?* kindness Is a valuaM?* part of the business of life.?Johnson. I put myself in the way of things happening and they happened.? dore ? Th? her of duties that still He dim to ua is the practice of those we see and have at hand.?Oeiki??. Man fails to make his place . In the world unless h?* adds something to the common wealth.?Emerson. man prospera In this world hy luck. uuUss it l><* the luck of getting rly. wfirking hard and maintain? ing honor and Integrity.-? lloury Ward her. 8AYS THE CYNIC. Many a man gets left by sticking to tho right Many a man Is burled in oblivion long I la dead. It Isn't Idle curiosity that prompts a man to look for work. The lamb in tho stock market is usu? ally served with mint san Nature Is sometimes kind, slonally a rad ?an gets bald. ople are shallow even when burled In thouaht. aftacceaa often depends upon utilis? ing tho mistakes of others. live and learn until we are 40, then we live and unlearn. A man isn't absolutely a fool unless he can be foole?! the same way twice. Waera one man has money to burn another man Is ready to freeze on to It It takes a mighty little shove to send some people on the downward path. PERT PARAGRAPHS. It isn't so much what you see in a thing as what you get out of it This world is but a fleeting show and for the most part overadvertised. You do not gather figs from this? tles nor big dividends from watered stocks. Many people pride themselves for being firm who have a great reputa? tion among their friends for ob? stinacy. Poverty is a thing that you enjoy only when you have plenty of money and unlimited credit ? Nashville American. WISE LITTLE BITS. Little added to little soon makes ? great heap. Never say "I can't!" Let "I'll try!' be your motto. There would be no gossips If there were no listeners. Take advantage of every opportu? nity that comes your way. Tho warmest corner in a man's heart is the safest place for a woman's love.?Woman's Life. OPINIONS OF AN OPTIMIST. Character will weather any paolo. Pure health mocks at the fashion plate. To-morrow I What a world of hope and time! The caress of a woman wa lore makes all oar cares light Not what you might have been, but what Is the situation now. Brilliant are tbe gems that gleam f MOTEL ~ WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF Q ?STREET CAR UNES THAT TAKE ?'? t Tl ?,-lS REASONABLE StCONO AND LLIGM STA. RICMMO/ND, \??? Hat Repairing. Silk, Stiff and Soft Felt Hats Cleaned. Blocked, 25cts; and 50cts Binding. Bands. Sweat Leathers, also Soft Hats made to order. AMERICAN HATTERS, 404 E. Marshall St. f?? Everything Every thing: I^FURNITURE-i S Floor Coverings^! ? O ? ISYDNDR&HUNDUYJNCI Leaders. at _ f\ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f ^ 709 711 713 Ea\ST BROAD STREET. O in tho golden crown of winter. A good hous< - her hue band moro wealth OBO. Home Is not win re we hang our nat, but where a vornan greet? us. . their lovo a;. thing t: Them more. kind to all who are old. Their time is short, and they have fought many battles. _ % Sad, very sad! are euch whose happiness defends upon those who bow to them. Don't misjudge a serious face for a >ur fox alwaj .s wears what teems to be a su.; Compliment your wife often; up the honeymoon There are no sweethearts like n. irried toil cation belon-.'s as much to the workshop, the and tho count? ing room aa it doe? to the public school and the university. What a dear, unselfish, splendid creature Is the good mother! 11?.? eye? sparkle with a love for u* that rivals all our sweethearts'.?Creswell Maclaughlln. in The Sunday Magazine. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Better a day worker than a day dreamer. Some men are like gas meter?; they Just can't help lyi? It's better to work for nothing than to play a losing game. No man can think well of himself who does not think well of others. Some actresses look upon matri? mony as a sort of progressive game. One kind of < n? my is a friend who doe? not oppose you when you are wrong. Singing that will ?>ut a baby to sleep 1? apt to make him sit up and howl In after years. Love may make the world go round, but it takes a little jealousy to accel? erate its ?peed. In order to stay in the game it's up to a married baseball player to make a home run occasionally. Some women are capable of believ? ing the things they want to when they know they don't believe them. People who try to exchange nothing for something are almost as numer? ous as those who try to get some? thing for nothing?Chicago News. QUAKER REFLECTIONS. The Jollier doesn't always have the most fun. The tailor, at least, should be Judged by his clothe? Many a 'a!' j than h ? y always has la dene, ' for their ? * f?> beli? half ! iIh'u G all run after '. dia Timr Bad till?' ? :>it for no Philadelphia R? NEW CONUNDRUMS. \Vh?n II ? Wh.'ti arc hunters and card players Hug their Bja When <lo?'s a man impose upon If? When !. ory. WhSB ar?? men's countenances lik?? fruit in the autumn? WlBaa fall li.g. What would a hen say to a man ?\1?? sto!?' h?*r ?.'K?-'s? That's th?? lag f,,r What la the (liff.'r.-nce between capita! and labor? ?G I loane.: :.?liars that would be capital; if i ? back, that would be Fair Warning. Thfro'e a maid- and legton'a her name? antKs are somewhat the same. Her looks are deceiving, r ?mile make-believing. Conqueat and confusion's her came. Though her faca Is exceedingly fair. Young man, you had better beware; The letters you've written Whilst more or less smitten She'll read to a jury?so there! ?Chicago News. Ever Distrustful. "Why didn't you vote for my friend?" asked the politician. "He's the most popular man in tbe state." 'That's the reason," answered Farm? er Corntossel. "I never yet see a man that made a business of beln' popular who had much of a liking for real hard work."?Washington Star. One Phase of Civilization. "What, makes you so sure that the Indians are capable of adapting them? selves to our ideas of civilization?" "The facL" answered Senator Sor? ghum, "thst so many of them are anxious to receive money from the government without working for it."? Washington Star. A Sure Proof. "They say Mrs. Toungwed scross the way has the most extraordinary powers of persuasion." "Yes. I've known her to keep a girl a week at a time."?Baltimore Ameri? can. i ? A PROBLEM SOLVING INSTITUTION. TO OWN Y< l R T'OMF MKANS TO BOLT! THK NltCRO PROBLEM. w HEN BUYING, HEN SELLING, ?? HEN RENTING PROPERTY call on the PEOPLE'S REAL ESTATE A INVESTMENT C? REALTY IN ALL OK ITS BRANCHES 707 North Second Street. Richmond. Virginia. Telephone, ?^54. LU J. j. CARTER, President. I) ?? N Y, Se .eiary ??- Zbc people's 'Restaurant? ?&& -750 North 3rd St., Richmond. Va MEALS ?it All Hours?Hot or Cold. Board by Day, Week or Month. SOFT DRINKS. POLITK ATTKNTION. ME A CALL Mme. SYLVIA L. MITCHELL, Proprietress. ?"?"'?.; "?- ?"?"??-" -?':"-:? ??:?-?--:"'-:?t?' ???/G^'-'-'??. ? ' .?'. ?5?*?&*1 'Phone, 577. Richmond, Va ? A. D. PRICE, funeral Director, Embalmer und Liven/mon. All orders promptly filled at short notice by telegraph or tel? ephone. Halls rented for meetings and nice entertainment?. Plenty of room with all necessary conveniences. Large picnic or band wagons for hire at reasonable ratos and nothing out first class, carriages, buggies, etc. Keep constantly on hand fine fun? eral sup; >*? No. 2? 2 East Leigh Street, ?*?*^ (Ito?.??!?>?????? Next Poor.) oil A \l at Dati AM? ? If.UT.?Man on Duty All Night. M Tbe J V Hawkins HAIR GROWER & RESTORER ! TKADK M All ? I MSTKRI'lt] Has pro t ed to be a fortune to ninny of the unfortunates, who are to-day delighted with it? won? ?lerfnl result*. '? of thia ?rr?-a. hair preparation naturally places it in a ?phere all of ita iwn. and the glowing <afnM in which our patrons apeak of it re assures ns of it? satisfactory re? ?ulta. We can well boast of a U?rge patronage thr ughout this fimi <itli?i Stute? and also enjoys tbe 1 inmendatiou of the very beat white aud colored people in nuuity. In order to eouriuce the moat skeptical reader? of alt?of the J. V. Hawkins Hair Grower and ar, we will fr-ur time ti til MM la print the photographs of those giving us permisfuon to do eo. who ?afB****>have need our preparation and are to-?iaj"'?'atj, among tbe many bearing wirut>as of its genuine qualm.?- \V - d BOI ?'.-.re the eorreapo?. . ??,-,-p??* a miracle or anything unreasonable. Our prepa? ration m a nat nnvl u I, the ingredient?, of which we would not ? put in print. We will just here remind the publie that the Ul - Oov.rumen t has plared uatioral patent rights ?>n our hair preparation by wni ?? ?? ; '? ami we are in turn responsible to ?he governue-ut for hon? est method? and aqnare dtahug?. It will positively r.uiKive Dandruff, Cure 8calp of all impurities, Restore Hair on Olean Temple? or Bald Head?, where ?M n?ta ar?? not ?letad ?s-**r?'Ki. aa;? 86 eta. per bos; eight boxe?, f-'so^xpretw p- The Face 1>. uutifler make? the ose of p.iwd.r entirelv unnecessary, and is perfectly harm le??. Sal?? price?; 25, *>0ct? and |1.00._ M fry ?-an I>e gent by Post Office Money Order or Kxpresa Monev Order C?*??**"* charge ef lOcts". extra Is Imposed oa all out of city order?? '"?Jfjij. lress all comniunications to Mme, J. V. HAWKINS, 612 NORTH FIRST ST., RICHMOND. VA ~"~^*kT Telephone. 4 60 \ . '^A\***mmm-~~ ?Correspondence Strictly Confide ? tlal.*^er W. I.JOHNSON, jfuncral director ano lEmbalmcr, Office & Warerooms, 207 N. Foushee St. Cor. Broad. j HACKS FOR HIRE. ?j Orders by Telephone or Telegraph filled. Weddings, Suppers and Entertainments promptly attended. : Telephone. 666. Residence In Building. faanafl >"?.GG:?G?'??G??????'?.>G;??"-..- - .?? - '-. - '- ^&3?tmmm\mmm^kmW^i: ?"" PROF. D. D. BRUCE. M. D?. Strange, Wonderful, but True are the awe stricken tests given by The Great Australian Medium. PROF. D. D. BRUCE, M D. the only Living Apostle ef Scleace of the Mysteries. aVMOO In Gold to any one In the *>VorleJ to compel.? with hliu. Poe ?essrng mere power than any four mediums combined. No card, trence or hand humbug. Greatest Hindoo Medium la the World. SO GREAT IS HIS POWER that aa can tail yen while la a Clalrvey ant state, all yon wish to know with ant a word being spoken. Come, all ye unbelievers, scoffers ani Jeer era; bring all your skepticism with yon?he will opea yonr eyes to the private chamber mystery. Coma all ye broken hearted wlvea. all with low spirits and let hui lift the har? den from your aching and Jealous heart. Ha challenges the World to compete with him In csuslng a speed y marriage with the one yon love; I uniting the separated and bring back tbe lost one. Traces lost or stolen goods. Unearths hidden treasures. Removes evil Influences Crosses, Spells, 111 Luck, cures tricks and Conjurations, gives Luck ann Success In all you undertake. Cures the Tobacco and Liquor Habits. Al? lows the Captive to be set Free. He Is the only one that will give a Written Guarantee to complete your business or refund your money Are you sick? Do you know what the trouble is with you? Come and t'on-alt Nature's Doctor. Rheumatism, Insomnia, Hysteria and all Diseases cured. Points giv? en on Horse Racing and all Games of Chance. No matter what ails you. coma and see this wonderful man. Read? er have you noticed that some peo? ple have a hard time to get along, no matter how they toll, while oth? ers have success. Many wealth; men and women owe their success ta thla wonderful man. He will tell yon whom yoa wfil marry. Will yon be hapeyT Be will tell yoa who your friends and enemies are. Can yoa tell ? Darri take s leap la a dark, bat be ad? vised by thla wonderful man. Great? est Prophet la existence. He alwaya gaosssda when otbare fall. This la tho cha?es of a Ute time. Dont let It pass yew. Oa.ce honra: t ?. M. to a: 10 P. ML Sunday: I'M ta 7:80 P. M. N. B.?Oar aasaasiltaaatsai Fas Is SO canta. fTKtl&se, $10?. AU tara contale lag fi.00 wt?l he ed la fall. MAI*. OFnCtf: 110 S. Sta St.. Philadelphia. Fa.