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   Thomasville Weekly Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Thomasville, Georgia                                 '.■s,  County Metí  Speer  f^tj iT'  ^ K. 1  fr-  Pf  SEGRO BOY WtlO STOLE LETTERS PROM POST OFFICE GIVEV n FIVE YEARS IN REFOR»Ìi|TORY—SAIi® ROBBERS AT PINE PARK PLEAD GUfLTlWÌTtì^R THOBIAS COUN^ NEWS IN X THE UNITED STATES-CMJIJBT 'A^VALDOSTA.-  ì'V  ifes. The proceedings of the United ;|(tate8 District court, as regards the •jThomasvIlle attenjdanta is very Inter-l'JBHtlng. Ralph vic&ars, tne thlrteen-'yéar-old bB|io,''>dgwh6;wM ¿augl^t •stealing/many letters from the lo-D08t office toy ?oat Mapter Dis-I'Suke, was senfenSeii bjrJuilgé Speer' tiiu vm. He-w^'to^a'tfalR-  fng :8Ch00,l.  Mr, Mitchell Sampson was denied nailirallzatlon papers .'on the grounds of Irregularity In Uie City Court of Thomas  "'irhe''Va'^dosta Times, with refer-■ enee to these-caraes says:  "In the United ^tatea court this .'Tmoriiing, 'Ralph viclters, a colored •'jboy^th^rtjieir.yean» old, plead; guilty to ihe^oliense oi steftllng ..letters from the post office at Thomasville.  It appeared that the boy opened '"'ieYeral of tfie'lock boxes" which had r ' ¿onrbtnatlott-'on' 'themv'"and' Stole - -ffein them à number oi leiters and . .. packages (jf garden seed, which, wero ibehtg .distribute^ , by ouT-benevolent ■govemmsiit through its ^able^ repre-sentatlYès to, the enterpriaing. farm-erj of tìiat comm'unify. Judge ^peer ■■'-BenterfceflF -hhn Wiiitr yemxs hó'prlsH onment In th«^ National- -Trilnllis ■School; for .Boys;-located .la the DIs-■ trict-0f/„tJoliimbifti at  „ In 9ente^cln£. this boy, , Judg« opeer stated; „".It .la quite, evident, as . tbis^bgy couljjj.nót read pr write,, as Ùr; Pettersòn,. bla attorney» '^states/ he. did not- seek thfr poKiei^ón of these letters -with any »ui^rfe of lit-" 'eraiy enjoyment; hbmo trUrum Jlt-tèitemn-r« man • òlr' fhreè ""letters; " fur-which' means '/thief,*'' he un-  the second Monday in December of this year, provided he would ¿Ivà a-hoi^d of $100 for his appearance^ at; ftat time; ana tliat he would h»v'<?-th"è Impending seintence hanging over him to make him a batter man;! and ,th^t If his wife would ask, for late, in December, he might make her A?Chr)stma3 present, and tjbàt thé present, might- ba her -husband, the defendant . At this Mr. Alligpojl seemed highly pleased, and give everyone» the Impression that - he would never be connected with an Illicit dtstlllery.  : The Case Against Ycggmen.  . The i case: against Henry Charles and Oscat_:..SoJlo, the alleged yeggmen, ^ charged with breaking Into the_post office at Pine Park, just' bëîdw-ThoDiasville, was-called, and^ JÎrltâmes m;; Jofin80h',vbne of the at-tnxeys .appintôd by the court to de-  f^d-these men, r stated that - he had been Instructed by the older of the  ' doubtedly Is a matt -of-^tiree Iptters; Wtfiois fh^itf-ftasonr r think It a ■ -griat'aréat hfettwJfor ¡society that he "■^Bhtfuid- be.placed' jundet the';,.ed|ica  his (Jhatacter'D9'tcirme,dy , ' "An-ord«r-wag-takan cancfijllng ;the naturatlgfttlpn. j)j[.„Mltchen ; flamp^oa, " óf'TJronj^v'iìle, which ¡was "gr'anteJ" r^. in thè City Court_of Thomasville.! by . -reason of the jproceeding in the cdurt having ^eea de-Vcti^d and not com-iiyiKIT'Siiai .nhB^aaXQiitiiatlon la^..  The eaao-of-IL. A. Alllgood, of ... JielgB, -Thomas cauriy, charged with "illicit distilling, 'was called and Mr. ' 'Jamri Mr'jprn^ófl^ " Tils ; attorney, made a statement to ^the cour,t i In \vhlch he'asked the àèrcy ' of 'the judgir;", and' tó penteifcTftg (^Alllgóod, the; J^Udge e^Id tW fte.would pey-. , . nllt the defendant to feo'l)ome until  two, Henry.-Charles, to enter a plea of guilty to thd offense, and that Charles would like tç^ittftk« a statement to the court Rikseif îtt,Regard to. the Dñattef, but as-to the other defendaüt, Rollo.--he was not at this limer.:pïepàr0d to state whether he would plead gùitty ôr uôt guilty. In his. stale'ment to ,the court/ Charles took all the blame ' fór the - crime, which he waa char^e^, saying thif'ihe yb'utfger defendant- was with hîto" the night he brdké-ínto tht DpsC:flffl«é "and' blew- the • safe; but that " h'e ¿ad l^ft hlm about • two mflés dóWa^the rállíoad-'track; ' he» denied thát he was'-tfamplift,-" but said he and the -boy «r'^té-traveling together;'that"'he orl^Iéaiiij' came from Charleston, S.'C.j but caiini? td this part of the country from^ • Indiana,'.'and had met the bo^- in VtpgÎTiià. "'The^ case ^gatnat'hlB..|i>oy cora_panlon, Oscar Rollp, was not trie>d tills morning bècatiee of-the absence of a material wltnéfls for ithe government - bût 'W Is eipetfttfd -t-liat it wiir be tried ^omoíTOW, próvided he;d6puty marshal now seeking the Witness is able to- locate her. • ; In Interrogating the Marshal as- to why thé witneâs' tiad -not bèên-found,- the judge, who so" "frequently- enlivens the proceedings ■o^ the- court with wltticlsmsi suggested that since -the witness was one of the fairer bex, the marshal might have less diffipul-ty in securing her attena.anco, it he would send one of his handsome young Üépiutiíis to summon her."  AGAINS'^ SENATOR TAÌiIAFfiRRO IN .J^RID^ Pjili^-  MARY is NECESSARY FOR ELECTION — ALL CONGBEl^ MEN RE-EIJBCTED AND PRlf »LIRY Sil^STEM BNDORSi». Ì  : '¿rj-;' ; _ . ' ...... . .. , •  ' i/Bj'-'^,Associated Pre»«/) - ' . Jìscksonvinè, Fla.,;-May 11.—^LWi-est returns from the ßemocratio iti"-mary throngbout the State of Florida ;yesterday, indicates that former Govè^nbr^ìBr in the rlico  for, the :Senate a^lnst the present Incumbent and: candidate for re-el-;«otion, James, Taliaferc The ¡re-.tuina m^akf-.a aeco^ primary neceu-sary as the 'leader did not obtain enough votes to constitute the i)ia-. j.ority for an etection on. the .fl'rat ballot. The primary .system- was ßfx~ dofsed.In every (ioijnty in the state by . a good vote . I.  • Tho prlnSkry was for. the nomina-tiou :pf both-Vstate officers and congressmen, but the. race for the Senate cift jmed -, the.^ ¿pst of - the public ¡nf^'' t.eßtion... .Congr.eBsw.an Clark of the, SMoi^d District will- be elected bjr a large., majority over his oppSnQnt, Mri Zim.. Congressman May?., has polled a fine vote and wIH win, haiid:-liy from his opponent Mr. J. 1 F. Griggs. Jv - ;  The returns are still inqompletd as to the result of the state legislatura. Some df the fights were bitter to ^he extremeV . ' ^  MABATTtE  MANJBliVJ^ OP THE ^ERfAL ARMY lifATCHBD WITH INT^R EST Bf , TWO BIG MEN—BO^H DlSOU«ii.. VARIOUS ittiLrrAiriY PR0BU3MS WHILE BATTLE IS IN PROGRESS.  Associated Press.) Berlin, May II.—Colonel Rodse-velt today; 1» company with Emperor William;: of Germany, witnessed a mimic tfattle in ihe vicinity , of Doebertz, Ih" which twelve fhougand trained men, of the Impwial amy were engaged. ;  Col; Roosevelt rodo a supejr^b mount frota the Imperlal BtableS.- His Majesty being equally well mounted.  The twp prpminent leadera of their separate na^pns roae over the àeld of maneuver t logether, about twen-ty square -miles, observing the work of the troops i^nd discussing the Various armyiproblems brought to. their attention.. . L :  The scellé, .Of the evolution was adhilrablr adapted to the bringing out of tlie resources of the officers and men." ,  IS mCOMED Buiidiiig In This  BY THE PARLIAMENT OF ENG L/IND AND MESSAGE OF CON DOLENCE SENT—ROYAL KIN ARE ARRIVING EVERY DAY  FOR THE WEEK.  FUNERAL NB^T  GHANIIE LAW  > /  »v. >  I '  ■r '  < T  t ><  ^ I  iff  „•rs  I n  7 J  r,  MALLARD & VARNEDOE'S  HERE we are  giving the best :  for the least I moiiey.Wei^f-ireceiving an un! Usually large! stock of re^dy' to 7 wear suits '' ' for men and boysk The patterns ^re .-beautiful» . and they are cut by ihfi finest artists, and fit to the Queen's, taste. We guaran-tee every suit' ,to hold.its shape ai^ give perfect satis-j flection in the wear.) Leading patterns are  ^^ GFÈYi MEDIUM GREY & STEEL GREY  FLORIDA m  BE  MONSTER FIGHTING VESSEL ]OF UNCLE SAM TO BE CHBIjKrEKr Efi JN PRESENCE-OF _ »18®ltr GUlällED OUESTS ; TO|MOR1  (By Assorclated Press.), . , New, Jork,. _ Ma;^ 11.—EverytWipg  London, May 11,—Parliament met this afternoon to pay National tribute to the memory of Kldg Éd ward, yil and to welcome his succès sor,.Klng George V. : , :  -A message from the new Monarch announcing the death of his father and his own succession was read In both houses, which message was subsequently-adopt^.  An address of condolence and congratulations to the new King was made. .  HBTHODISTS IN . REPORT lOF  coMBainm: REOOMME^d THAT MINISTERS BE ALI^^Clfisp TO 'REMAIN LONGER THAN FOUR Í£4R8 IN ONE CHARGE.  Is in readinesB for the lauBehlng df the battleship,, "Florida," on« ; of Uncle Sam's, latest and most Jor-midable fighting vessels., , , í The ceremony will tahje placé i at thè propklyn .Navy Yard and ii ,ia expected, that full/ fifty thousand people, Tvill wltnesf tHe '^ '  The Florida party who wili pflftr ci ate are ,Ml8s Elizabeth Legar Fle^ ingr dyighter of, a former ; Fiorld|l' Governor, who will cTtristenT the vW gel, Senators Taliaferro and Fletcher of that state and Congressmrai Clarke, Mays and Sparkman.  President Taft will -not,attend as  ' '■/if  ADOPTS TEMPERENCE REPORT ¿ESéoRSINe; ^HE MiMiER-ÓÜJl» TIS BïtL IN^ CONGRESS PR0Í rilBiMNG THiE SHIPÄIENT . OF-LIQUOR INTO DRY TEI^Kt "'TORY.'; " v ,  AflheTllIe. i«I. C.»; «ay U,—J^he Qeueral Conferencel^iif'the "TWetho-dist Episcapaj Churc]^ South, settled dowi- tff b^fij^ today, Interest <!cn-  The majority 6f., the committee concurred > in the. memorial petitioning that ob a unanimous vote of the W^sfding rETdefs'a" preacher Ana^'tia apowed to remain longer ttian tour yeais in-one charge. A minorItyj re-^prtJ»B^[ed that, the present-law^ bo  TWO aeronauts are thrown  VIOLENTLY TO THE GROUND-— BALLOON MASS OF RUINS  ^'Kffll^.^miiSt A«® .  PRECARIOUS CONDITION.  unchanged.  The Committee' on Church fub-licatlona requested the return] of their report, based on the memorial from the Virginia-Conference, asking for a revised edition J of the PasaUer, By a vote, it. was. recommended^ - ^ memoriaV^ ' presented  fisklng for a re^iden^ bishop in Bra-  all; ■ .  DIFFERENT mORS IN LÎQHT AND MEDIUM TAN  - - jBkge:;Sêtlreg Are Still on Top  Tiîleéè epîors .will show tip beautífiilly~-Will look lo «éáf and cool aá the^warn^-weather on.  a loó buy, and we will ^ dip  - ùotiihr  in the ¡^ate for$3¿.50 and; ; OUR ÖENTS'; FURWiJINe^teCK lS^ SUPERB  (By Associated Press.) lAshevlllí!; %:C.,. May, 12.—At the  General Coniíerénce" of ' tbe Methodist BDlscopai Churcà South, the. •jommittee on révisais concurred in memorials askiiig for pne. laymen as' a delegate to thé Annual confer', ence foi- eá:h fifteen hundred mem-Ws pf each presiding elder's district.  The memorial regarding the-administration. of the^ Lordîs Supper once-evèry three months instead of qncc a month, met with non-coricur-"éncñ lin the committée on révisais.  The effort to,substitute the word^' Church of God." latead of "Holy Catlvolic Church,"- in the creed, 'met' witli: an unfavorable report from t^R sanië cQpimlttep/ and it is said tbW the conffienee will, sustain the action ^Ofbie committee by a rising .vot  Adórses the MiUer-Cortis BlU. he ! conference adopted th^r' r^, of the committee on  , Change Voted Down. ., | • (Bv Associated, Press.)  /sfieviTkr k-'c;; hopes of the women of tha Methodist Episcopal Church South, received a severe setback today when a majority report of the icommltte^ on révisais non-coniurre.d. In the sejver-al hundred petitions, memorials and resolutions asking for laymWs rights for women in the conferejnce. Two minority reports were presented by the committee. After a pro-longed^debate the conference voted itgalnst extending the .time..'th^t; ® tors, may remain at one chargej  The report of the commissloii on the federation between the Northern and Southern Church was adopted. - The committee on publishing interests reported against the. publication of a simplified hymnal. : .  I (By Associated Press.) Center, ~Ky;May-l 1 .^--A- - Holiand : Forbes, the New York aeronuat, with his companion, J. C. Yates, who is an astronomer, were this morpi^ reported alive. They were injured yesterday in the wreck of the balloon "viking while making a flight near this city.  The balloon" is a mass of tangled silk and cord and is torn and tattered beyond repajrs. It collapsed near Centoj yesterday and dashed swiftly to 6arth with its occupants. The two aeronauts are severely injured and it is not known whether they will recover or not.  ODD FELLOWS POSTPONE " — - -i-HujiR PICNIC.  Large Nfi#er Will Attend Grand iMdge Reanion in Athens;  tenipecr  ■pit  ÚÚ¿tii ^.aw-----o  b 11 now pending in congress proMb-ItVng'ffie sKliänfeiits of' Hquof "feto i^ahlbltlon' twitprjr. -  the  ' The Thomasville Lodge of Odd Fellows have decided to postpone, tfieir picnic, at Miller's Springs, which was to have been given on May lS'th. This was made necessary by a; conflict of dates,, those of the Grand .Lodge Reunion, the spiking at Boston by eiiOovernor Hokp. Smith, the picnic at William's Mill and the Va$hti Commencement.'-  The JLiO^ge ; will .send qbout thirty •members tg. the. Grand Lodge meeting at Athens and a special car has been provided for, the members by the A. B. & A. railroad. The Lodges atfBalnDrtdlfe, Faceville, Meigs, Och-locknee a!i,d Cairo, will Join ■ this  II enough for two cars can* go, the road will luraish an esrtra Pullman tor the occaslofl. i  Royal Kin Arriving.  (By Associated Pre.ssr) London, May ll.—The kin of the British Royal Family are arriving to atten d King Edward 'a funeral.  Among those, already here are Empress Dowager Marie, of Rusaià^ a sister of the Queen Mother, Ajóx-dra,. who arrived today, accomparj^d by Grand Duke Michael AlexandroVl-tich, Emperor Nicholas' youngei brother. They were met at th« railroad station by King George and Queen Mary, who drove them Im mediated to Buckingham Palace.  BIG BALLOON COMES DOWN  CONGRESSMAN KODDENBERY 18 INSTRUMENTAL IN :'. SHOWING MADE FOR STAl^ OF GÌBk>RGIA<--<)M]!flBirS RKPORTED VEl^Y FAVORABLY TO THIS STATE, OIV OOO. ■  Thomasville is o have a |75,(M)0 government building. Tills inUclf was' Ascertained- today jii a dispatch from Washington stating that the HouSe bad practically agreed upon the Omnibus bill, incorporating that amount as one of the items. .  Congressman S. A. Roadenbery, of this district. Who was recently sent to the House, has been resppn-sible, say . those who ought to know, for good work In getting these ap-prprlatlons for .Jhe Georgia tpwins, ThomasvTna tucludei. The affifinnt first stated was fifty thousand but the later report says $75,000 which is of course better than wa\ expect-' ed,. ■ - : / - ,  Tlie dispatch ii as follows: Washingtob, May 11.—The public building committee In the! house has fehtaiiveiy agreed to incorporate, the following Georgia -items in the omnibus building bill that is to be passed "at this seaalon of Congress.  Statesboro, $7,500 for site; Thomasville $75,000 for building and site;  Baittbridge, $15,-000 ttit Tiftoà/ 4^0,000 for. bnlMUiikil .dele, i.lT.OOK)';^ increaM for-Carrolltown/ 150,000 foir Newnan, |5.000 ImcreaiM tot i ing; La Grange, 'f 8,00 building; Bam«iirUie,. site; MilIedgevUtèr |fÓÌ,m for building; - 'Gms^j^ri&^i for building; -Ran», «rease for buUdIng;^lOM 000 for building; Qaitmut^:^ for site and IbulMlng. . -- . The Items ag^esat« 141 The committee promJiw' ' make a proVfalon fdr ' M the exact llgàres baVè nòt I elded upon. Ti».::! enurherated have.been faiv ported to the committee committee, Con bery, a member of the confident tlMt he wlll be care of all the^^ema, Senator.dar is a Senate. , cpm^tt^eij.on ■ ings.  20,0QO,0OO Feet to Orient.  Portland, .Ore., May 11.—Almost twenty. nxlllipii..fept; ofilumber has been engaged to be seiit this, week to the Orient froip this atatei.  CREAÏÏD  AT SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION IN BALTIMORE WHEN A I^ WAS  PRESENTED CALLING UPON THE BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE SOUTH TO DIVORCE ITSELF FROM GRADED SYSTEM OF SUNDAY SCHOOL T-MSSONS.  Forest Fires Rage. Milwaukee, - Wis., May 11.—Forest .1. .tSterustanomeRpifo Oc 11'-' firer are^ raging north and northwest Bayfield ami many"'far'ms' have been devaatated,  ■ ■. Restr'^'^^^; ■ New York,. May ll.-rBoth^. thé proaeeution and the defense rested In" WliVsTe "-orTT-'A^^ charged witli the misapplication of the bond? pt^ tile NaUooal Bank.  CltlnS Mission tooted. : : Ne.w York, May received Here state ^that the Lieben-zell Mission was destroyed by rioters yesterday at Changsha; In Middle China. ........ '  Explosion on British Ship; London, ' May 11.—Reports at  Dover_ are current of a plosion abpard the battleth'lj^^ don," tiie' flagstaff of tixe Brtt' lantic Fleet, now in waterp.  Third Degree Dbcai^l ^Birmingham, Ala., Ma^ ^ tiiird^ ^degree" was ihe jvii^ discussion iia today's Sésiiioìi^ Internationàr As^fàtlos. dhiefs here . Tie subjttt ... ^ „ ntì^T-fif^jai»^!^,^^ Major ^Richard 8ylT«it«r,. ini^D, B. C., presidfllkt l^i elation!'V ' " ^ , . . . „ ^  -■WaU Street Slnm^ " ^^  New York. May 11.—The mpyement today direct prt^i4opil>'-Ì wards'in most' ;)f the--fcil ^ stwjks by tlie pressure èT''«fltì»t «riÌ ders, hut there were enottsli nent exceptions showing umll-J to make the-tone irregular^ l^a^ Hon of the-marrò encouraged general .;bny.ing of atocks, p«* ly of specialties;  Oir the Corner  t^Ke following very desirabie articles are  placed on the market at these renM^ low  ............... . '  (By Associated Press.) Baltimore, May sensation  was created at the . Southern Baptist Annual Convention today by si resolutioii (idling upon 'iho Bai)ti3l church in the South to divorce it-; self from the graded, system of Sunday School Lessons, promulgated by the Inter-Denominational \,Sun-day. School Association of the World two years ago. i  Following a~irea for the completion of a $600,000 endowment, fund of the' Southern Baptist TheOl.ogl-cal Seminary at Louisvlllo, : Ky;,. $488,000 of which sum has been raised,. approximately $25,000 was subscribed today;  g All figured 25c flaxpns at- _ _ _ ______  ^ ÀU fancy lawns 15 and 20c at _ - _ ^ 50 dozen bladk lisle gauze ladieV 'hbsé:  M ^trà Spéciale bel^eéii 2 àn^^^.é Q^ciocii! g ' Monday eiid Yiiesday aftèra^ ^^  m  m  lige  .The Florida Central Railroad will run an excursion onE the 20th of May ISrpm Thomasville ^pd ir-termedlat& points; to Mlccoaukeej. Fla. The train will leave the A. C. L. d^ppt at .8 o'clock, returning in the afternoon ¿bout 5 o'clock. ^ >  50 dozen ladies linen handkerchief^  f emb|'öid0r(Bd:j^^ áO dozen gentlemen's initial handker^  lite;  50 dozen Ladies hand embroidered iiutial  hand-  tn albox, will b^ so^ stdf % I  thé . box at the remark&bly.low^prvce  Oiih thé  .'•-Í-.'.W*'  y'^í;  .'ííiiK  '' -ismmssm  y'"'' iM^&í'm   

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