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Thomasville Weekly Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Thomasville, Georgia K. 1 BOY STOLE LETTERS PROM POST OFFICE n FIVE YEARS IN ROBBERS AT PINE PARK PLEAD THOBIAS NEWS IN X THE UNITED The proceedings of the United District as regards the is very Ralph tne letters from the office toy was Mitchell Sampson was denied papers the grounds of Irregularity In Uie City Court of with enee to the United court this a colored guilty to oi from the post office at appeared that the boy opened of which had r ' Stole - them number oi leiters and packages garden wero by through its the of Judge In for .la the In 9ente^cln. this .la as read pr as bla did seek of these letters any of man means he second Monday in December of this provided he would of for his ana he would Impending hanging over him to make him a batter and If his wife would for in he might make her and ba her the defendant At this Mr. seemed highly and give the Impression that - he would never be connected with an Illicit The Case Against The i against Henry Charles and the alleged charged with breaking Into office at Pine of the by the court to r stated that - he had been Instructed by the older of doubtedly Is a matt r think It a that he ' which in City by of the in the having and not A. of charged with called and Mr. ' Tils made a statement to i In the ' of 'the tW the defendant to to enter a plea of guilty to thd and that Charles would like a statement to the court the but the other was not at this to state whether he would plead In to Charles took all the blame ' the - which he waa saying was with the night he tht the but that hlm about two ' denied he but said he and the came from but td this part of the country had met the in case Oscar was not tills morning absence of a material for ithe government - Is it wiir be tried marshal now seeking the Witness is able locate In Interrogating the Marshal to why tiad the who enlivens the proceedings court with suggested that since witness was one of the fairer the marshal might have less in securing her it he would send one of his handsome young to summon SENATOR IN is NECESSARY FOR ELECTION ALL MEN AND - ' 11.^LWi-est returns from the the State of Florida indicates that former the the the present Incumbent candidate for The primary as the did not obtain enough votes to constitute the for an the The primary was every in the state by a good vote Tho was the officers and but race for the Senate cift of - the public Clark of District be elected bjr a majority over his Mri Congressman has polled a fine vote and wIH from his opponent Mr. J. 1 F. - returns are still as to the result of the state Some df the fights were bitter to OP THE ARMY WITH EST Bf TWO BIG VARIOUS WHILE BATTLE IS IN May 1 company with Emperor of witnessed a mimic in ihe vicinity of which twelve trained of the amy were Roosevelt rodo a mount frota the His Majesty being equally well twp leadera of their separate roae over the of maneuver t about square observing the work of the troops discussing the Various brought their L the evolution was adapted to the bringing out of tlie resources of the officers and In THE PARLIAMENT OF ENG AND MESSAGE OF CON DOLENCE KIN ARE ARRIVING EVERY THE we the best the least I an Usually stock of to 7 wear suits ' for men and The patterns and they are cut by finest and fit to the We every shape give perfect flection in the Leading patterns MEDIUM GREY STEEL FIGHTING VESSEL UNCLE SAM TO BE Efi JN OUESTS 11.EverytWipg May 11,Parliament met this afternoon to pay National tribute to the memory of yil and to welcome his George V. message from the new Monarch announcing the death of his father and his own succession was read In both which message was address of condolence and congratulations to the new King was IN REPORT THAT MINISTERS BE TO LONGER THAN FOUR IN ONE in for the df the of Uncle latest and most fighting The ceremony will i at Yard and ii that fifty thousand Tvill tHe Florida party who wili ci ate are Elizabeth Legar ingr a former who will the vW Senators Taliaferro and Fletcher of that state and Mays and Taft will TEMPERENCE REPORT TIS CONGRESS THiE INTO DRY v settled tff Interest majority 6f., the committee concurred in memorial petitioning that ob a unanimous vote of the preacher to remain longer tour in-one A the aeronauts are TO THE BALLOON MASS OF on Church requested the of their based on the memorial from the asking for a revised edition J of the By a it. - for a bishop in mORS IN AND MEDIUM - Are Still on show tip look lo and cool and we will the OUR Associated 12.At of ' tbe Methodist on concurred in memorials for laymen a delegate to Annual ence fifteen hundred pf each presiding elder's memorial regarding of Supper three months instead of a met with lin the on effort the Church of of in the an unfavorable report from and it is said tbW the sustain the action committee by a rising the he conference adopted of the committee Change Voted | hopes of the women of tha Methodist Episcopal Church received a severe setback today when a majority report of the on In the hundred memorials and resolutions asking for rights for women in the Two minority reports were presented by the After a the conference voted extending the may remain at one report of the on the federation between the Northern and Southern Church was - The committee on publishing interests reported against publication of a simplified Associated 1 - the New York with his J. C. who is an were this reported They were injured yesterday in the wreck of the balloon while making a flight near this is a mass of tangled silk and cord and is torn and tattered beyond It collapsed near yesterday and dashed swiftly to 6arth with its The two aeronauts are severely injured and it is not known whether they will recover or FELLOWS POSTPONE Will Attend Grand in 11 now pending in congress The Thomasville Lodge of Odd Fellows have decided to at Miller's which was to have been given on May This was made necessary by conflict of those of the Grand the spiking at Boston by the picnic at William's Mill and the will thirty Grand Lodge meeting at Athens and a special car has been provided the members by the A. B. A. The Lodges will Join enough for two cars the road will an Pullman tor the Kin Associated May kin of the British Royal Family are arriving to atten d King Edward 'a already here are Empress Dowager of a sister of the Queen who arrived by Grand Duke Michael Emperor They were met at railroad station by King George and Queen who drove them Im mediated to Buckingham BALLOON COMES 18 INSTRUMENTAL IN SHOWING MADE FOR OF FAVORABLY TO THIS is o have a government Tills today jii a dispatch from Washington stating that the HouSe bad practically agreed upon the Omnibus incorporating that amount as one of the S. A. of this Who was recently sent to the has been say those who ought to for good work In getting these for Georgia The first stated was fifty thousand but the later report says which is of course better than - - dispatch ii as May 11.The public building committee In house has agreed to the following Georgia in the omnibus building that is to be passed this of for Thomasville for building and 4^0,000 150,000 foir tot i La 8,00 for - for for 000 for for site and The Items 141 The committee ' make a fdr ' M the exact I elded ported to the committee Con a member of the confident he be care of all is a Feet to May 11.Almost has been engaged to be week to the Orient this SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION IN BALTIMORE WHEN A CALLING UPON THE BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE SOUTH TO DIVORCE ITSELF FROM GRADED SYSTEM OF SUNDAY SCHOOL Fires - May 11.Forest Oc 11'-' firer raging north and northwest Bayfield ami have been New May and the defense rested charged witli the misapplication of the tile Mission May received Here state the Mission was destroyed by rioters yesterday at In Middle on British ' May 11.Reports are current of a plosion the flagstaff of now in Degree was ihe discussion iia today's here Tie Major 8ylTitr,. B. ' Street May 11.The today direct by tlie pressure hut there were nent exceptions showing to make Hon of encouraged general of ly of the following very articles on the market at these Associated created at the Southern Baptist Annual Convention today by si upon church in the South to divorce self from the system of Sunday School promulgated by the School Association of the World two years for the completion of a fund of Southern Baptist Seminary at of which sum has been approximately was subscribed All figured 25c at- fancy lawns 15 and 20c at - 50 dozen bladk lisle gauze 2 g ' Monday Florida Central Railroad will run an excursion onE the 20th of May Thomasville to Fla. The train will leave the A. C. L. at returning in the afternoon 5 dozen ladies linen dozen initial dozen Ladies hand embroidered will box at the
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