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

v Ft /v / ~* F~* THK TIMEH,' KOLtNOKb ISSO TH.X DIBI'ATCH. KOUNDKD 1R50.' mmm m day's news FORECAST, ■WASHINGTON, May 2.— Forecast for Sunday and Monday. „ . ■ Virginia— fc"nlr -..id warmer Bunrlay; Monday fair; light to fresh southeast, to ton 111 winds. North CHfollnn— Fulf Sunday tuid.Mon* dtiy, slowly rising tmniierature; light to frohli north westerly wlnda, becoming louthanslcrly. Apalii yestordny tho weather was d'enltlrVdly chilly nt tlnica, but fho day /w a whole w.ts delightful. Tho outlook for today Is i'olr and somewhat warmer. BTATK OF I'HK 'J'HmiMOMISTBR;'- A 6 A'i M 'f\ Vi- Jt W 8 P. M 6 P. M, 5J t V.'M "2' Vi midnight -J^ Averngo Highest tempcrnture yesterday W) I»west tempftrnturo yesterdny « Mean tcinperitturo yeetcrday • <>» Normal twnpeiuture for J1uy. ......... 07 Departure from normal temperature, v x'roclpltat.lon during past HI hours.... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. Jlay 3, 1903. Bun rises 5:11' I niOI-I TIDE. .. bun sols 7:00 | . Morn Ins •' 5...

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

that thera i»n« twaplolon atifttoiftnt tp Warrant an lnvftflttßallon Hiid ft raid, Colonel Benuli and Marshal Morgan ; Ttimi totitwrtA, ond tho result wa» that ttarah&t Treat wlrod th« Uepftrtmont of Justice and nskcvt tot aw Ititerpretar. A r«piy wan reoel^d by the marshal, ataUng that the Interpreter -was on the way. He did not show up nt tha tlmo •xMoted, and the marshal sont a tnwbam to Uie d*> parlmcut, but about tho tlmd it was dlspatohod tho interprelor arrived. Ho la Chnrlea Kojy, a native CWnwie, now otnnloyed ft» a government Inspector and Interpreter. Seventeen Search Warrants fosterday morning Colonel Coach, Mar•hdl Treat, Chlof Deputy Dyer, Cashier .'.Thomas P. Meany, lieputy Marshals Bonttlt'And Bland and others started out, ficoompanled by the, Inapeotor, the • mnnlrnl having llrsf <wmed' himsftlf wmi.sevantfefiti searcti-wariwnts, Issued by Commissioner Brady. Almost every Chinese Jaundry, stora and residence In this oity and Manches...

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

MEMBERS OF BENEVOLENT AND SECRET SOCIETIES OF AMERICA WRITE ENTHUSIASTIC LETTERS TO DR. HARTMAN PRAISING PE-RU-NA ■ . ■ ■ . . ■■ , . ■ ■•...•■■. I | iMME.(.E.BAVEAS» | t MRS T.W,COLLINS j !■ MISSROSE CUUEW-1 BERTHA WENTNER MM. MINNIE fiTEEVE* | AMMIC OLEN | [ MRS. C. TOFl f . | ps.tiARRIET^.S.HAHSH| t, " ' '"' ' ■'"■jf Grand Lodge of Fr?e i^Vkmj^kJ' yoaSi LIfQ , Gov " V 5 y^f^^M \r\ ernnr of the Vll gT^.^-H' £$v\ Grand Lodge of ♦A^y^vTM/' ' 'v/© Froo Munons of X)\!\pi/\frrf England, saya: viiljii_ j' "While travol\r\t^r\r\r\n\ lng l contracted If Mill If ill " "> rjst persistent I In 1 l '" 1 ' 1 ' My l! ''"'' I 11 1 II 111 Jlooo'''J 1000 tny 'oyep I 11111 PI '""' nrjso sedmed I II |j Constnntly 'r'un-. I lif 1 1 I n'n s> nntl my | i |flj i| lungs wero Bore. I I| || | A drugglHt recomI ill '"ended Poruna, I 111 which cured me." I I —Isabella E. BaI II vo;iH> 811 L °y al My»tic Lb81111 o |on < ° f m| °' I I! 'i I nesota. i ill * lJn James ....

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

A MUSICALE Weekly Meet of the Bowling Club at the Casino Alley. tHE COMPASS WHIST CLUB . ... /Mrs. A. C.Jones Entertained at Cards Friday .Evenlnpr. at Her Home on West Avenue— Tho Matinee Euchro Club on Thursday. V (Special to The. Tlmcs-Dispi'tch.) 1 ir NEWPORT nMwS, VA,, May 2,— Tho Society folk of the city turned out in nutn-' "bora Thursday evening to uttcud the niufelwle given at -St. . Paul's Episcopal Church. Tjic affair was one of the musical treats of the season. The organ selections, tho solos and tho singing of the vested choir ot the church were all excellent and tho arrangement of the programmo could hardly Imvu bean Improved upon. Miss Laura Glldnor, the organist of the ohuroh, was in charge of ihe recital and sho was assisted by Prot. Koerner and Miss Elizaboth Taylor, oC Norfolk, and others. I The Bowlinar r Club held its weekly meeting at the ''.Casino aJiey Monday evening. Who highest s'eprea woro matlo by Miss ' Addle Now', of ' Portsmouth, and Dr. B. J. Applegat...

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

BELIEF IN MANCHESTER )oiympla Club to Assist Sufferers at West Point. fcLKS MEET TOMORROW W umber of Candidates for Initiation * Judge Gregory May Succeed, Mr, Wells—Mrs. M. B. Llpscomb 111, Services In tho Ohurches. . At ft meeting of tho Olympla Clnb last Wht at Mooro and Burko'» Hall It was ■blormlnod to give an entertainment at Reader. Hall for tho benefit ot til* West I'olut Buffercra. Tho «ntertAinment •wtO, b» gluen'.'thls (week and will bo on nn •laborato Boalo, pnd will bo takon part In by the memfcers of tho dab and outaldo talent frfae <jato cannot be fixed until to-mor-Wo'# night, wh«n anotJuw meeting of the club will be held, and all th» preliminaries imd details dntermlDed upon. It is kellwed Uin,t th« hall will be given -froo ul all oharge, and it b tho determination of tho club to turn over every cent taken In on nccount ot Vm «B»«ttalnment to .'the relief fund. . „ /. -. ■ Those who wUI tali* part in the-enter-tainment aro Mm. Jenofe Twunwi, MU»in Geruudo...

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

TRIALIT FOR MURDER Naval Court-Martial May Pass Death Sentence, NEGRO IS THE PRISONER ■Another Enlisted Man to Death ■d Ship— First Caso of the Times-Dispatch Bureau, No, lil7 Q Street, N, WY, Washington, D. C, May 2. For the first time In sixty-odd years, i*the Navy Department will try a man for an offense Involving the possible inlllctlon of the death penalty. The cose In point la that of William Anthony, a colored mess attendant on the Olympia, flagship of .Rear Admiral Coghlan, commanding the Caribbean, squadron now in the Norfolk harbor. Several months ago this man - 'ffot ii n to an altercation on board ship with another enlisted oolorod man, and stabbed him to death. It la alleged that the deceased provoked the assault by making a vile charge agulnst Anthony. .. Shortly after the occurrence, Rear-Ad- : 'mlral Coghlan appointed a court-martial fwfor the trial of Anthony on the charge of S'toiurder. Tho' 'court convened at San "'Juan during the cruise of the Olympia, ;V but dec...

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

WILMINGTON MARRIAGES Miss Emily E. Wlnstead the Bride of Mr. R. E. Blake. WON CHARLOTTE BRIDE Mr. James H. Taylor' of Wilmington and Miss Mamie L. McLean, o ' Charlotte, Were Married on Wednesday Evening. (Special to The Ttmefl-Dlspatoh.) WILJVI/NGTON, N, C, May 2,.— This hag been a woeU of marriages, In which Wllmlnglonlans wore largely Interested, •nd all of them were of moro than passing Interest to tho community. Thursday afternoon at D'lo o'clock, at the First Baptist Church, MJss Emily Estolle Wlnstead, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Aloxandor S. ■ Wliwtead, and Mr. Raymond EJlmoro Blakß, a well known young business man, were united In matrimony l;y Rev. Calvin S. Bliiekwell, of Norfolk, Va., In the presence of a largo assemblage of friends. Tho usher* wero Messrs. George Harold, Oscar Morris, W. L. Wllllford and H. T. Dakar. Miss Ethel Holdcn was maid of honor and Mr. Eobert C. Sloai best man. Mr. end Mrs. Blake left on tho evening train for tho North. Yesterday afternoon at fi o'c...

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

a THE COMING ART EXHIBIT Is to Open May 16th and Continue Through the Month. IN OLD CRENSHAW HOUSE Will Probably Equal tho Great Annuals Given In Now York— Splendid Work Done by the Present Teacher. Notes and Gossip. | ■ . . ■ (By Mls.« Ivaoy S. Colcman.) In tho coming exhibition of art In Richmond, thore is a wonderful treat In store for tho 10-irors of pictures, na this wll) 'surpass any ever Meld in thla city. f J'"e ' exhibition wlil opou May .lath, and will continue throughout tho month. It will take place In the spacious old Croniihaw house, on the corner of Main and Adams Streets. Bk-ery arrangement for modem lighting and placing o£ pictures has been ■ nado by tho committeo in charge, and thoro is no dbubt that this one wl 1 equal any of the great annuals given in Now York. Although this la called tho eighth i annual exhibition of tho Richmond Art ;; v Glub, It Is in reality only the f <*"<» °™ i vt tho work of .professional nrtlaU. which -s^makos 1U oxc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

AUCTI6N SALBS— MONDAY, Reul MaUU Trust Company, Real Ifijtttito Auptlo/iajM, No. 1107 M. Math Btra«t y^ttcrtoN salb " " etXTBBK LOTS IN Hr#HLAKt> PAWC By vlrtUft of A defid of tfii*it dated Oetobar SO, 16M. and recorded in the c j°l k J, I> oWeo. Henrleo County Court, D. B, ltf B, t>, I7rf, dufmilt having been mado In th* payment of the note •«P"red theroby, and r» m ! ce * S 'M OON»AT,0 ON»AT, MAT 4, 1908, at 4 o'clock P. M,, sixteen lota In tht plan of Highland Park, Henrtoo county, to-wlti Lots 7 and S In square 4, Lots 8 and » n square in, Lot 4 In squafo 5, Lot IS In aauare 80, Lot 16 In square 37, Lot 14 In square M, Lot 7 In Jiqunrn 30, Lot, 4 In square 31, Lot a In square 30, Lot 6 In eauara 28. Lot 20 In square 14, Lot S In •square 15, Lot 2ln square 10, Lot 18 In square 83, as designated on tha Flat of the Highland Park Co, TERMS— Caah aa to the costa of ex* eoutlng thla truat, taxes, and the amount due on a note for 11,571.40; the balance ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

,"—*-; ,_ , ,—,, — , — "".... ■ — — ' " ~ ___ .. imniM i i ' — r— 1 rr— 11aL i_i— j l_-_... «r — — — Vm I minimum I . « U AI a **, 1 m I "these irTthe wonder |«a • fo Sh +4 A "2E" St i cent oh.rge 4> t'\ A , /k £jM m WORKING WANT ADS ffl i ff Si /I 9k «T • . i oe n-i. r^mi (iB) / r \t? llylmlllu fir Hill fIUUi [ a r^ fcgj U WIT |\R &f\ 25 GBtitS. A wL ?l.? ' Irr 1W F €Jl W w mfßßHiaaaiiffEST results. Lfe « f 1 !y II PI JiZS win. HELP WANTED— PEM ALB, iW ANTED, A GOOD COOK FOR A small fa-mlly, Apply at 503 North Fifth Street. ' - $3 PER HUNDRED FOR ADDRESSING nnvelopes; send dime and slnmbp for full Instructions: stondv work. C. E. MIL- ., LER & CO,, Ely Bldff., Chlcngo. "WANTED. A WOMAN FOR FlßSTclnss cooking nnrl laundry work: good wugos. Apply 415 East Franklin Street. $20 PER THOUSAND COPYING LETtors; enclose stamp for copy of letter, . Instructions, otc. Wo hnvo sovornl ll ties nf work. AddresH EAGLE WHOLESALE CO.. Chicago, 11^ ' SEVEN CASH PRI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 May 1903

/Ml ONE I MINIMUM lol<*l AI Jt mrj\ .c» I THESE ARE THK WONDER" iSAI » I Ai» I/l%I /l% *4 A I "JSP r°m Pl I T 2bS» # eft liffffil WORKING WANT ADS. ffl § ff i II ze E.> T > 2■_ * .M l 2r TO SQ F|^ P W THftT BRIHfI fIBKTSST nESULTS. Ue> « |? %& <3 P I cwhlnid™.. WORD. P FINE PAPER WEDNESDAY T. P. A. Edition of The TlmesDlspatch to Be Great One. AHEAD OF EXPECTATIONS Richmond Merchants Have Been Most Liberal In Their Patronage— Paper to Be Full of Interest* Ing Matter. Tho big T. P. A. edition of The TimesDispatch will be Issued next Wednesday morning, May 6th, and the most sanRulne expectations of its T. P. A. pubshers will more than bo roallzed. Richmond's merchants have certainly given undoubted proof of tholr confidence fn The Tlmes-Dtsptttch aa a medlutn' of advertising, and ttio T. P. A. membor« who havo fiad chargo of the advertising, department have received the utmost encouragement In their work. Nearly every ...

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

IRMANS LOOKING AT FRUIT FARMS A Delegation of Forty Will This Week Visit Neighborhood of Winchester, i (Spselnl tn Tlio Tltncs-DUpntch.) WINCHESTER. ' VA., May 2.-About forty Gorman agriculturists ronohod New York the past week and next Tuesday they will come to Martlnsbtirg, W, Va., for the purpose of Inspecting tho fruit fnrma of .Berkeley, nnd Incidentally look." liiß at a' fow Just over the Virginia line In this county. Tlio same delegation will visit certain sections of Now Jersey nnd tho cilice uf Philadelphia, Hnltlmore and 1 Washington. Henry Gray, n woll-known colored char, iictoi, died Mondny at the Parish Farm, „,..;,. ,;,. !;.,,! h'ITM mkrn fom dnya It'bsins cut off by a rallioad train, «nd P'or"* j'vaib lie drove a otujje uivJ caii'led; the mall beiwoen this city and Roniney, | W Va. He has boon known to complain of tho heat on days when Iho thermometer was below zero, and would remova his cont nnd mop heavy perspiration (com his face. Ho' also Boomed to havo (lie ' har...

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

SECTIONS. ""tUB TIMES, FOUNttICD I*Bo. TMU ! DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1840, ~ EVENfs THAT ENGAGED THE PUBLIC MIND DURING THE WEEK JUST PAST. _ THE BIRTH OF WESLEY Us Celebration Is Not a Methodist Matter. PROGRAMME IS PREPARED Exerdses Will Begin May 17th and Last Until 20th— Addresses by Many Men of Eminence— Notes and Gossip. "It !s not merely a Stethodlst matter," V-ild I3r. Edward Leigh Pell yesterday, In speaking of tho aproachlntr celebration of the bl-centeitary of Wesley's birth. "Wesley was a .Methodist," Dr. Poll explained, "but ho was more: he was a world force, and It Is" an unwritten law that a world force cannot be held In fee slinplo by any single denomination. Lutherans would have their hands full trying to establish exclusive claims In Martin Luther; or Presbyterians In Jonathan Edwards; or Episcopalians In Phili'.ps ISraaks; or BniJtlsU In > John A. liroadus. Wesley's fame did not rest up<?n Methodism. H<s was famous before Sltthodfsra; no...

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

■ VIRGINIANS TAKE HIGH HONORS AT SOUTHERN BAPTIST SEMINARY (Special to The IMmea-Dlsptitoh.) ZOUIBVU--XM, XT-, May 2.-The offer of $1,000,000 mode by tho Atlanta Baptists to h»ve the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary removed from Louisville to Atlanta, Qa.. has oansed no little stir among the Baptist of this State. The Baptlsta of Kentucky ore beginning to realise that they will have to work if the institution remains at Louisville. It Is expootod that quite a spirited discussion will 'be witnessed when the question o"f removd! " comes up before tho Southern Baptist Convention, whioh will meet in a few days In Savannah, Ga. There is already a great deal of dlscusBlon of tho matter In ttts State. Kentuoky has done 1 a great deal for the Seminary, and will do all In her power to keep it at Louisville. When the Institution was In her infancy and passing through the molt dlflloult part' of her existence, Kentucky cams to her rescue, and mado large donations to havo hor removed from ...

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

LAW-MAKERS "VERY SCARCE Not Enough on Hand to Accomplish Much Business, ENTICING AWAY SERVANTS BUI Passed by Until Tuesday-Mr, White head Excoriates the School at Blacksburg — Mr, Fulton Makes an Explanation. Although the General Assembly was In BOBHlon for nearly two hours yesterday, nothing of lmportunco was dono In either houao. There was baroly a quorum of olthor. Tho Benato put In tho time considering tho committee bill ns to city and town government, and almost comploted It No action waa taken on the Opio resolution, as to dale of adjournment nnd It went over until Tuesday, In tho House, much of tho tlmo of' tho sesHlo'n was consumed In discussion of the bill aB to enticing servants from employors, but tho bill went ovor until Tuesday next, The crop post commission bill furnished tho text for «. criticism of the Blacksburg School by Mr. Whltehcaa, of Norfolk, who opposed the expenditure of money In tho attempt to eradicate the San Jose scale. Several unimportant local bills we...

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

. The Times-Dispatch PMihed Dally and WMkiy at N*. 4 arth Tenth street, Rlehmond, Va. Kntered January ft, 1963. •» " lch * ' mond, Va., ai Becond«Clasi M*tUf, under Act of Conoresi of March 3, 1879. TM OAfLV TIMES* DISPATCH It •«•«> ■t 2 cent* * copy. . , Tti. BUNDAV TIMBS-DISPATCH Is •old at B cents a copy. „ DArLY TIMBS-DtSPATCH by ma.H60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.W for •Ik months, $1.60 for three months. SUNDAY TIMEB-DIBPATCM by mtn, ' 12.00 a yeaf. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in« eludlno Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per ft! -\ week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCHi by Carrier, B cents per weeX. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, .11.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo '■ rejectod. ■ Rejected Communications will not be returned Unless accompanied My * l *™ pB J, n Uptown Offltie at T. A. MILLER'S, No. (19 East Broad Strcot. SUNDAY. MAT 3, 1003. A CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION. Yesterday w* . quoted from tho Now : .York Tribune and the Now York SUn ..ißomo advanoed, not to say s...

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

NEW YORK'S POSTOFFICES, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE NB WTORK, Mar ».— The builnens men of New Torfcaro keenly disappointed because the laat Congres* cut from the appropriation bill tho $2,000»000 called for to Beoure the alto for a now general poatpmoo building. "Vet there ho* boon no great outcry over this, for the reauon that the experience of a century haa dentonatratod that thin city's demands for postal facilities mmit bo met, and that an act of obstruction or negligence' by one Congress must be speedily recltlfled br another. Whatever difference of opinion there may be as to the oxact site "uptown" that should be chosen for a now general postofllce, opinion, aa expresaod through official and unoHlclal aourcca, la unanltnouu on tho point that tho government' must make provision* for one. Consequently, while dolay la annoying, it la not discouraging to thoao who undor»tnnd tho altuatlon. Thla demand for a new general poatofllce "uptown," that Ih, in the vicinity of Thirtieth Street...

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

The most beautiful of all months, the tnonlh of May, Is here. The earth, now- ' ly arrayed, Is so goodly a sight to see that living In doors Is a penance to the Jover of nature In her fairest phantasies. tu.The name of the month is from a Latin and Sanskrit root which means to grow. So this Is the season of growing ' and blowing or blooming, when tho green of gross blades, covering tho {{-round vikh a velvet mantle, Is matched by tho green of young leaves tossing In tho Spring rbrocees and glinting In tho Spring sun■hine. In ancient Rome, tho feasts of "Bona flea," tho guardian goddess of maidenly ' youth and Innocence, tho beloved goddess of womanhood, were hold In Muy, ftnd It is also a significant faot In retard to tho memorial celebrations ■ ; €arpughout tho South, which have invested Its recurrence with an ever deepening tondernoss and sucredncss of asioclatlon that May was, In tho ancient Eternal City, the time when tho feasts Of the dead were held." The resurrection of nature...

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

Yd« have proven tho value of "Soventy^ovcti" for Grip and Colds, now try Dr. IlumphreyB 1 ■ Spoolflc for the Kid' tiws and Bladder— enables you to pass for Hfo Insurance) for Dyspepsia—restores sminy disposition | for iUioutna. tUrn —dispels tho bans ot life) for the Skin— lmproves tho complexion. At Druggists, 25 cents ooch, or mailed, ISf" Doctor's Hook mailed irco. Humphreys' Mott. Co., Oor, Wtti, & John Sts,, N, Y. INJUNCTION TO; CLOSE SALOONS Licenses Granted In Falmouth on Day Before the Mann Bill Became a Law. (Special to Tha Tlmei-I)i«pntch.) FREDERIC KSBURCJ, VA., May ITho temperance people of Falmouth Dls- j triot. In Stafford county, have, through Attorneys T. Woldon Berry and F. W. Coleman, applied to Circuit Judge John B/ Mason for an Injunction to restrain C. U. Kennedy, Robert Payne, J. P. j Jones and L. G. Roach & Co. from sellIng liquors. Judgo John T. Goolrlck and jj Charles D. Foster, of this city, are contesting the Issuancd of an Injuncti...

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

SEINING PARTIES (Many Have Seen the Bio Haul Made at Wldewater. OF PERSONAL INTEREST Movements of a Number of People , Well-Known In Fredericksburg Society—Church Social on Thursday Night. (Special to The Tlme»-I)l«p»tcb.) FREDISIUCKSIJUHG. VA., May I.— Tho week Just past has been another quiot ono socially. A number of parties huvu boon to Wldewator, on the Potomac duriiig tho weok to witness tho hauling of iho big seino thoro, as this w;is tlio laat week of the Hailing season and to spend a day In tho country and theso were very enJoyablo occnalons. Boso-ball has also been a' pleasant feature and a line crowd wilnesKod mo game yesterday afternoon between tho FrtfdoricKsbnrg : College team ; and that of Gallaudot College of Wnsh- . ington. A church BOclal was given at the Pr«s- ' bytorlan Church on Thursday night by , the Ladlos' Missionary Society und v . ■ largo aesoinblago etijoyod the protfrannno. Miss Alice Gammon and Mr. Charles ' Wright sang eavural vocal 'numbers and Miss I...

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