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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

Have won their laurels fairly on their merits. The Longfelo Models for 1903 reflect the newest styles in woman's attire. 1 50 Styles to select from--a variety that is certain to contain the identical garment that your figure requires to accentuate its beauty and correct its defects. Styles 425 at $ 1 .00 and 430 at $1.50 made of Batiste with hose supporters attached are distinctly this season's proper models. More expensive patterns exquisitely finished, made of any corset materials if you desire them. • • A Shape for Every Figure ASK YOUR DE.ALEB.. SOCIETY REVIVES 1 IYNGHBORG Brilliant Reception G3 ven. : ' ty ■Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewis at Their Home. (Special to The Tlmen-Dlspatcb.) IjYNCHBLTRG. VA.. February 20.— AfU T being Iji winter quarte rs for several weeks, Lynchburg society was revived on Thursday evening of this week with a brilliant reception given by Mr. and lira. John H. Lewis, at their home on Court Street. The halls and apartments of tha residence had been charmingly...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

§1 For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son nnd Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business flan Too Busy to Know. j{?nerican J^ffairs. Knox On Trust Lows. In a newspaper Interview AttorneyGeneral Knox said that tho trust legislation now enacted by this session of Congress, wns satisfactory 10 tho Administration. He thought a very long etrlde In advance had been accomplished and tho promiso of last fall made good. Bryan's Call To Arms. In a front page, four-column announcement of his weekly paper, "Tho Commoner," date of February 13th, W. J. Jennings makes "a call to nrme." It Is addressed to Democrats of the Kansas City platform stripe and urges immediate organization of clubs In every voting precinct of tho country to offBat the efforts of tho Grnver Cleveland faction which Bryan says are being made systematically to regain control of tho Democratic party. During the post week Mr. Bryan has been on a tour of the East. Hs speech at the dinner of the New York Press Club was nota...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

OFASCHOOL faithful Work In Faquier and Its Results, ADVANCED IDEAS IN FORCE Prof. Gilkoion takes Charge of an' Ordinary Country School and Brings it to High State of Efficiency—Effect on the Community. (Special to Tbo Tlraoß-Dlnpntch.) MORRIS VI LLE, VA., Feb. 21.-ln ISB6 Dr. VV. D. Coopor, Mr. Julius Pllcnor and Mr. Hutch Cameron, school trustees of Lee District, Fauquter county, paid ?.'c"i for one aero <>T land with a sma.l one-story and ono-roomed building- upon ii Tor tho first public school in Mori Isvlllc. To-day tha Alorrlavlllo ; public school system has tills building vastly Improved, with anotuer school-room, annexed, all equipped, with more modern furniture and a largo now building 24x10 feet In slzo and two 12 (oet stories in height, built upon thoroughly up-to-date plans. In 1888 twenty-flvo pupils and one teacher was looked upon as a laige school. It now has three regular teachers, baa special arrangements made for furnishing instruction In music...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

12 WILI HME TWO HOOBS HOilD«ir-THE BCSEMEM M> MM FLOOR— FOB «CIIVE SERVICE TO OUR PUBLIC. [ALL TOLD, OVER SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' C$70,000) WORTHT AS RECORDED BY THE COST T6 US, TIG? /~k /"/^l** <&.** /T^«'V^ *&«&/% «^ t r [*"p]HESE goods represent almost every item of merchandise that is created new for the coming season, and for that reason are the ad11l C vOOCII vOITIL/SOV rdln vance g uards of wnat is to predominate as the best and surest styles? for Spring, 1903. Short pieces sure— ordinarily from one to ten ' * * [■sogSHJ yards; but you are not limited in quantity, as the starting of the sale presents in most cases hundreds of pieces that match up, and "-" ' , , . are > therefore, convertible to any use or garment desired. If you make a purchase and are rtot satisfied with the goods you can return or exchange them within a week s time. Whether Broadcloth, other fine Dress Fabric, Silks, Lace Curtains or Cot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

FORTY PAGES. th^os: Egggggß Igl-WHOLE NUMBER, 16, m SUMHARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Feb, 21.-Forecast for Sunday and Monday: Virglnla-Falr Sunday, preceded by rain in sou in cas l poitlon; Monday fair, fresh to orlRl; north to northwest winds on tho COaßt. North Carolina-Fair Sunday, fresh to Brisk norlhv/est winds on the coast; Monday fair. The temperature wont cteadlly upward yesterday until It reached a vtry comfortable stage. Last night tho tendency was Downward again, though the fruezlns point was not reached. Stationary temperature U expected to-day. 1 STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. DA. M. 33 12 M . +5 8 P. M. « 6 P. M S. ....39 9 P. M S3 12 midnight 25 Average w?A Highest temperature yesterday 43 Lowest temperature yesterday 20 formal tc>mporntur« for Fob 30 Precipitation during past 24 hours,... 00 MINLA.TURE~ALM.ANAC. Fob. 22, 1903. Bun rls«a 6:52 I HIGH TIDE. Gun ecu 5:55 | Morniic 1:0*Moon rises. ...2:31 | Evening 1 :3-J 7 Fab - 2 3. IM3. Sun rleea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

1 plant that one* produced such trult, mny I itlivays be rolled upon to produce It nsa.n. Intellect !• an individual quality; char- , ■cter a racial attribute. It Is, thareiorn, mo more than what might nntutally havo t*ar> eapeoted that th« sam« hfiocli from which GeorKtt Wellington sprung should later on produce Abraham Lincoln nnd Robert . Leo This wna no rnce of Cor*ic.\ns. producing onn Napoleon snd expiring In the effort; but, like the Ancient Romans, that bred great stato-smon and generalß faster Jhan continuous warn oould slay them, tho Sou thorn people, ns . If to prove that Washington, after all, j was but a glorious type of Southern man- | hood, presented nlso to the world a Marshall, n Jefferson, a Clay, b Calhoun. an Albert Sidney Johnston and fl Stonewall Jackson! Nor are these all, Mr. Chair- I tnnn, tor ''.here aro hills beyond Pent- | «nd." and tho name of Dixie's great sons i Is Icjnon! This noble race has not dujpnera U'd Let but the occasion R-Hso, md S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

\ Attractions at \ : the Playhouses. I ACADKMY-Tupiulny, Mr. Jolly of jollet; Wednesday, matlnoo and night, Lewio MorrlHon, In Fuustj Tliuraday, "The Prisoner of Zonda." UIJOU— XIfr Zag Alley, all week, with usual mutliieca. Probably very few people who nro acquainted with Mniuißor beath know that ho waa evor on tho boards. Hlchmuml haw known him us a nuihtiger for innny y«arß, nnd lilb faca |b familiar to nearly e\nry Uioatro-g-oor In llio city. llu Is a typical nmnajjer, and lio lookß the jinrt. But llr. Lcath was not nlwuys a manager. He Ih now living on ICosy Street, and la tho bnat-ltnown msimißor In tho South. Morn tluin twenty-live years ago, howevfr, Mr. L<eath wu a "profeHBlonal." Ills line of business wan that of a magician, nnd he went about the country doing tricks. Those were the flays when Wyman and Bora. Semon were touring nil ovor the country, giving away presents at each performance. Mannger Lcath'a sUigc name then wsia Professor Thomas Crlenroy. As a mag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

■4 RANCOR AGAINST SOUTH Protests Against Placing Lee Statue in Hall COME MOSTLY FROM THE MIDDLE WEST Grand Army Organizations Strenuously Object. CRITICISM OF GEN. FITZ LEE'S SPEECH Southern Congrosman Says He Went Too Far in His Utterances in Speech at Lee Camp Hall - Chance to Get Beautiful Trees for Richmond Parks. By Walter Edwird Harris. (Speclul to The Tlmta-Dlsiiutcb.) WASHINGTON. D. C, February 21.Tremendous opposition Is developing to the proposition to place a statue of Genera] Lee In Statuary Hall. Republican members of Congress from States of the Norfh and West are being overwaelmed with protests. These come from Grand Army of the Republic organizations and from Individuals. A member tola me today he had no Idea that sentiment against fhe proposition was so strong. Ohio. Indiana, liillnols. Kansas. lowa I and one or two of the New England States seem most strongly opposed. Sentiment against It Is not nearly so strong In Now England as would be supposed. New York Is payin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

! IlLi^ghter Vein! : ; ; _ Many things can be treated In a Hght and frivolous manner J Lrood light, however, cannot be treated lightly, Good light •► ; enables you to keep rood eyesight. It avoids doctors' bills as : : • .well as gas bills, We will prescribe for all Hght troubles free of . cost — and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. , -► I We hope before many more months are past to have the 21 I roantle of fame cover us on account of our good work in mantels. Ministers and missrnaries help people lo be good — we come «» ' ' next and o^fcr them every facility to keep clean. " Cleanliness 1 ;; 'is next to godliness." (We have the best assortment of bath- t 4- room supplies in the city — this 'act won't wash -uk Sec? T t RICHMOND PLUriBING & MANTEL CO., 5 t Both phones 636. 2f) N. MrUli Street, Hichmond, Vn. T THE TRIAL OF JJ. KING Is to Come Up Next Tuesday In Hustings Court. NEW EVIDENCE IS LIKELY Reported That the Defense May Spring a Surprise, Which May Result in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

« Historic Methodist Church in Petersburg. (Special to Tho Tlmos-niipntcli.) ! PETERSBURG, VA.. Feb. 21.— Tho last meeting has been held at Union Street Methodist Church, and this historic build- ] lug will now soon give place to a modern warehouse. The last meeting was h< hi to-night under the ausplris of mo i2pworth League Unions of Peiwiburff. Tic unions at one 'time contemplated 111? purchase of tho property with a I'levv to i>igeervlng the building, but the Idea wu abandoned and the property was roccrtly sold at auction. At the meeting to- j night short talks were made liy each et ' Hie Methodist ministers in Petersburg, giving nn account of the development of their church, a paper on Methodism prior in- ISIS • anil during tho time :hls church was occupied by white p^oplu was reuOi The feature of the meeting .whs tho singThe meetlug was largely -ittended, and many peoplo of all denominations took part in the tinal celebration. Tho pulpit of the old Union S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

fej Follows oloßoly in hho wako of MRniT; Xl Rfl Success hiiuklm ready io orown merit, If-a P*.| And merit Is tho natuml following of Jm I FAIR DEALBNGS--HONEST GOODS-HONEST PRICES | hh Yon enn Imvo no bohtor rnnrcßontntlon P/J Km of nil thrco of theso requisites than tho tyl I jj j an HieH-eßflpTppos "] 1 1 1 i 1 c Wflß !™_* ™ BAll> Lll || If you jjiireh/isa ono of these pianos thero will bo no robin fordissntlfifnction. KB Irt In making your OALOUTjATIONS for tho best way to Km Era / I,'ivn plcusurc nt homo Em I&S PlnyH tho best; of music -without nnv former innsicnl education. Ono pl'-J ESj lesson of fifteen rninut-os and you lmvo nil ucCessary knowlcilfro to produce k?-.\ fTfl nny composition of musks, /rom tho lntost enke wnlk to themoßt uHHculb ttjjwj Hw classics, Just stop In and let us show you. Write for catalogues. £y || YOU ARE INVITED TO GALL AND HEAR IT. || i _ iO3^EASrBBOAD STREET. I JAPANESE MAKE GOOD SERVANTS Officers of Navy Find Them Especial...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

Will offer Monday 300 Boys 1 and Children 's Suits, plain and fancy, ages 3 to 16 years, that sold up to $3.00 at ' Other Suits that sold up to SS.OO will be offered at $2.45. &£fNo goods charged or serit on approval at this Monday Sale. ' 1 THE WEEK'S EVENTS 1 | IN THE SUBURBS. $ Miss Mclntlre has returned to her homo In Hanover, Bfter a visit to her aunt In Urooklnnd Park. Miss Myrtle Cajr, who has b«en visiting friends on the Heights, haa returned to her home In Scottsville. Miss Clara Long gave a tea in honor of J her friend, iliss Shelbourno .- ot Richmond. * Mr. Browning, who lias been visiting Jlr. George Smith, of NTorth Avenue, hus returned to Maryland. Miss L. Norton, who has been quite elek at her home on North Avenue, Is improving. Jlr. James McCann, of Ashland, Is visiting on the Heights. .Mr. John Ramsey, who luus been visiting Mr. Jones, of Mil lor Avenue, lias returned to his home In Gordonsvlllo. Miss Qrady, of Petersburg, is visiting on Chestnut Hill. M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

Passage of Watts Bill by the House Changes Situation. MATURE OF THE MEASURE It Differs In Certain Respects from the More Vigerous London BUI Now Under Discussion In tho Senate. / ——————— (Special to Tta* Tlmfs-Dlnpitcb.) RALEIGH. N. C, February 21.-Con-trary to tho expectation of many people who favored some temperance legislation. It begth/s to look now as though the North Carolina Genoral Assembly will really pnss somo sort of an effective measure. However, there is still considerable work to bo dono beforo the Housq and fienate can possibly get together on a bill. The passage of the Watts bill In tho House last night and tho fact that tho I*ondon bill l.s now pending In the Senato, with strong: probability of passIng, means in that event tbat a conference committee will ultimately haive to bo appointed to prepare a compromise bill, and, then thero will probably bo much of'the light all over again In both branches of the assembly between temperance and anti-temperance elements. 1 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

WAS SHOT I 'A Member of the Governor's Family Heard the Report. A MYSTERIOUS STRANGER Dark Man With a Union Card, Seeking Alms, is Being Looked for by tho Police— Was Seen Prior to the Shooting, but Not Since. There la not as much mystory surtounding the shootinp' of Mr. Hugh C. 3<lng as was nt first apparent, and nearv.'hcrcabouts of a. strange man, who has been seen about the city recently and who was seen i:i the lmmedluto locality of tho shooting ly several persons sbortJy before the occurrence of Friday night, bnd who h;is not been seen elnce. •wounded man," that he -was shot while etandtng on Franklin Street, ulmost In iront of Putnam's Thoatre, la not bornu out by facts. At the time the shooting Hook place there was a party of men etandlnp near the front door of this tar-room adjoining tho theatre, engaged in conversation. The party were' in tho place from 10:30 o'clock v til shortly after mldnlETht, and know no hing of the the police, who entered tho b r In search...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

V KEEP IN MIND THE CREDIT ADVANTAGE. Remember, everything marked in plain figures at cost prices. You can pay in small payments, weekly or monthly. Special Sale Laces and Hamburg's. Largest Stock arid Best Selection in the City at Greatly Reduced Prices. New Paris thanks Calia fcr Veilingg, Theso pretty now Veilings Richmond will thank Sycles for them, Fish-Net, Chiffons, embroidery borders, in all new shades; special, 25c, yard, , Silk Mull. White and black and all colors; special, 49c, Silk Jlousselinc, will wash; special, COc. (48 inches wide). Table Damask for Dresses Smnll Figured Table Damask, something entirely new, full 2 yards wide; special, $1.25 yard. Tho center, UHcd for drcsg and bonier, is appliqued for trimming, Trunk Sale. $8.00 Canvas Trunks j Spccinl, $5.00. Special sale Trunks, $2.50 to §3.00, Baby-Carriages. Special Reduction. 525.00 Carriages, $]2,60. §20,00 Carriages, $10.00. Lace Curtain Sale. 55.00 Curtains, J2.50 pair. $12.00 Curtains, $6.00 pair. Special Cu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

<13,T AmoclntPil Trosn.) "WTDRKKV RANK BTATEMHNT. NEW YORK. Fob, ti.— Tha Rtntement ot tho n.vornJtes of the Clwirlnff-Uoiiso butiKs Of. this elty for tho wock sliov.i: Ivoana. ?&50 '.W.Tno; Incroims. 513.f1u1.a00. llopftsltn. ji«.il!i.^)o: lncreliso. $1H.909 I SOO. Circulation, jij.isl.W; rloi. ; i-.'iit>e, MS.K'O. Lopral-tonders, f69.a74,6<»; docrcose, "specie, J150,772,0M; denreasa. f1 .Q31.40J. Reaerve, $2W,540.«i0; W.iflO^OO. . Time* money 'steady;* sixty days. ■(V 4 Pfr cpnl. : nlnoty days. <'i per cent.', blx "tnonlluv. <"ii 7"' per cent: money on rail nomln.il. SterllnK t>xrhariKP nnmlnul wlili nctunl business in haiiliprs 1 hills nt M..51.10 for flomnixl nnd at }4>5.t',5 for sixty day bills; pnstetl rntos. S4.SSVi6M.SSV6: poimnprclnl bills, Sl.WifM.St'/i. Bar silver, 4S; Mexican d011ar5, '3794. RICHMOND PRODUCE MARKET. (WHOLESALE.) Trices corroctpcl dnlly by E. "W. Evans & C...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

~2l? WANTED— MALE. wanted, two white hoys at tav4 Nur)h sixth 'Btre<>t at once, "WANT EDi REGISTERED PHARMA-C-IHI. Reply, , gtatlng experience, eto., to Box JO. Newport News, Va. WANTED. WHITE MAN TO WOBK ON farm near tho city. Goofl wngos, M. L. I'HAUP & CO.. 5 Shockoe S.lp. WANTED. ADDRESSES OF TWO OR three young men, with talent for drawIng and a desire to mnkc money. Ad-dri-SR D. T.. enre thla office. YOUNU MAN WANTED FOR COULECTiriK and office woArk. Apply 3U N. Flltli _6trept. ■W/....ED, CLERK THAT HAS MAD some experience in c ocery business. Addreswi Box 23. Swnnsboro, Va. WANTED, AT ONCE. A MAN OF sf<me experience In hardware business; eend references. A good position. Address "5,," Covlnsrton, Va. WANTED, SEVERAL SALESMEN—TObacco, buggies, cigars, also advertisers; money back of proposition. TRIUMPH, Dallns. Tex. A SALESMAN-SIDE LINE OR REGUlar; goods sell to every business; sample case free. Address L, H. CO., 112 B. 125 th Bt.,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

BOAKOERS WANTED. WANTED,. BOARDER? FcTK NU:"L 7 Ihlnl-story rr»nt HOnM, nml ono »^}\'°- innn rot second-atop' front ROOM; Jieiiiod: hon»o comforts. Apply nt ioj ;n. 3ovoi 1 1 ii Street. " ; rOR SALEj ' UOR SALE— A FINE SINOEn SEWINQ MACI-IINB: latest Improvnl; as mvr, ■ill tlir latest iittnr.hini<ntp: upeolnl MrKnln to quick purchaser. No. 3JO Htoolr Avon 110. FOR HA LIC— I TANDSOM X HIIICTI.AND PONY; n Hue Inillvidual ; young-, n]" 5 !? Woken, kltu? nnd pentlp. Address SHKTLANIJ. Box -l.Vi. Norfolk. Va. FOR SAIjE-Oina-HAOP COItD SAW ( RD Sinlis (■'.:£>; n.lpo cood dry wond, l">tli cnlt anil pine. nii<i all Ulnds of ooul at lowest nrle.es. FLOYD TYLER, MS VJ. Car}' Street. FOR SALE— ANTIQUE FUKNITUROB: FOR SALE"-A FINE SWEBT-TONED OnUAN; afl now; bargnln to prompt cvistomer. Chamber suit Furnlturo and any other n.nlcle«i nt a bargain. Call quick. No. 2C20 Fall-mount Avoniif. LOSfl Lost, strated on stoi.kn-oxk Brown Jersey COW; short, stump...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

! AUCTION SALES-MONDAY. "* RUBTEIO'S SALE L OF 1 AL.UABLB I'AMONKBY RIVER FARM IN HANOVEn COUNTY. As tnißteft In a deod of trunt, recorded 1 the clerk's oftlco of the County Court f Hamivor county. In floed-book S5, pnge In^aiS'dJ^'Vwtfhn^ th ° b*™flcl^b *™ flcl^ MONDAY, TirE23D DAY OB" FKBRURAY, 1003, at 2 o'clock P. M., ?i» »» t Jj B .i prot ! 1 i a *"' ofter ' or " Bl<s ft * P UD " JL^. i1 n i WS; 1 w °H-l"iown and vnlunblft farm called "Oould Hill," containing 810V1 acres, more p r less, ultuated In Hanover county on the Pamunkey rivor. seven mncs Tram Hanovor Courthouse, and t™ut clßhtoon miles <rom tho olty of Hlcrwnonrt. TISfIMS: Cash GEO. P. HAW. Trustn* Q PFICE AND PARLOR FURNITURE, CHAMBEfI SIMTS, HALL RACKS, JJARLOR • CABINET. SIDEBOAKDS, WARDROBES, ETC.. AT AUCTION. I will sell at my auctlon-houso, at 10 MONDAY. FEBRUARY 23; 1901, 1 Roll-Top Deslt, Parlor Sulfs OaU and walnut Chamber Suits, Oak Hook-Case, 3 Oak Hall Racks, Rosewood and other wardrob...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

A CHAPTER ORGANIZED '"The Eastern Star at Williams turg Has Many Members. THE NEW ELECTRIC LINES It Is Proposed to Construct One from Toano to West Point and Urbanna, an. Later Other Lines Will • .Follow. (Special io Xht Tiuta-Disvatch.) TVILLIA.MSBUKG,.. VJi., February H.ilr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bowman, of Richmond, were her* last night, and organized a chapter of the Eastern Star, in connection wltli the Wllllamsbur£ Masonic Lo<3g», . About forty-live members were enrolled. After conferring the degie'e, lelreshcnents of cream and cake .* « were served. ■ The. officers: chosen are as follows: Worthy Matron-,- Mrs. Ab« Roberts; Assistant Matron. Mrs. W. L. Jones; Worthy Patron, Mr. ParK Jones; Marshal, Mrs. Bydnoy Smith; Conductress. Mrs. J. B. Spencer; Assistant Conductress, Mrs. Viola Ware; 'Chaplain. Rev. H. T. Lcuthan: Organist, Miss Da-tsy Roberts; Warden. Mrs.. J. S- Charles; Sentinel, Sir. B F. WoU«: the fi't-e points, of the Star. Mrs. Archie Brooks. Mrs. U W. Rober...

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