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WHOLE NUMBER 17,401.
RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, I
PRICE TY.
BETTER HARBORS
FEWER WARSHIPS,
SAYS MR. BURTON
Chairman Makes Stirring
Speech Favoring Vast
Improvements.
PRESIDENT WILL
HOLD RECEPTION
This Social Function Will Close
Harbor Congress-Mr. Morton
Vice-President, Mr. Land
-treet Committeeman-Mr.
Las Dr. Page
Liki Speak.
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Burton '"The Man Behind."
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-iiorj as ag_ir.it
.00 000 on o?ir navy.
"I ! should be changed,
, of more iirvpcrtance
oListrs be constructed and
i-ivrnients made
l.?att!e?hip? and '
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SEI?ftTE SEEKS
ALL MFORIMTIOi.
Penrose and Fora ker
Resolutions of Inquiry
Are Adopted.
BITTER CRITICISM
OF THi; TtbTIMONY
Foraker Says Evidence is "Unsat
factory. Incomplete ?and of
Flimsy Character," and No
"Jury in Christendom"
Would Convict Un?
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Tillman Sarcastic.
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Might Not Send It.
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INDICTS QHAHA FOR
HOLDmS MAN SLAVE
Surprise Sprung in Federal Court
at Jacksonville-Several Al?
leged Conspirators.
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United
brouarbt ?n un tnd ?gain?t K. J.
??'liara for carry!i ia away
from Jacksonville, with Intent to hoM him
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rand Jury also brouerlit In f
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da man in
Am.irifrr ?li. OaplraMra ngnlnrt
Indictment? ware iounri i
Schw.irz. the Now Tori ?t, who
ri?-iit tam mam ?
TI?, man ii?'!.I in Rll<?Rr?--'1 sin-.
AuKWt-nt Attorn I,-M *w.
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MEN WHO HA VE FIGURED IN AS \EXA TION
FIGHT DURING ITS VARIOUS STAGES
JUDGE NICOL.
Who Rendered Decision in Lower Court.
C. L. PAGE.
Commonwealth'? Attorney of Manchester.
GEORCE WAYNE ANDERSON.
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H. R. POLLARD.
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JUDGE HARRISON.
Who Handed Down Court'? Opinion.
L O. WENDENBURG,
Comm inwealth's Attorney of Henrico
WHAT ANNEXATION MEANS TO RICHMOND.
Increase of population Is est mated at 12 000 to '
Tne City's area is increased by neariy 3,000 a. .
Taxable v*lue of real estate annexed !s about 13 ^C.OOO.
An Immediate Increase In va ne of twenty per c
predicted. Before the next ataat-sment, in "?10, mue? .jreater
enhar. ted.
pi-r . ubjirct to taxation, and est im -ited to
be from ore and a ha.f to two n
Rich-nor . rove,
menti, half of which goes t
Tax rate In territory annexed not to be
years, -ave upen pet.tion to Council by
holder- broufiht In.
All revenue?? derlv?-d frcm annexed territory
perded the -
At any time within next five years Council may s?t
to be used in annexed territory, twelve per cent.
of assessed values..
ty levies for this ye.-?r are payable to the county.
Cle K of County Cojr-t r-erquired to certify to Commissioner
st of ali raal estate annexed and assessed valu
y territory must be attached to present wards,
. ossible to crea?-* additional wards without com
-, of city.
rd of Aldermen of city cannot consist of more t?an
D member?, and there are already twenty-one.
Voters In new territory entitled to transfers to city ward
roed.
- a must pay ?um of procedure before Circuit Court,
-tray costs of appeal.
County s voting populatior probably reduced bv fifty per
CICH SHITS CE
?TR, E09II1E
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GROUNDS WILL BE IMPROVED
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MR. COTTON WILL SELL
CROSS COUNTRY STABLES
Bl ?ST? 'N r
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Children to Bear Author's Name
?ia affair.
EXPELS SPEAR
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SAUNDERS ADMITTED GUILT
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VIRGINIAN KILLED
IN COTTON GIN
Mother Kills a Man on Account
of Her Daugh?
ter.
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KO off.
die.
HIRSE KILLS TWO
MER IR THE TUR
W. A. S.-inkle. Contracting
- Death
Runaway.
KNOCKED FROM HIS BICYCLE
lied J.
Litchford, Bank (
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JAMESTOWN WILL GET
LOAN OF ONE MILLION
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MRS. VZRAL PAID FORTUNE
T?"^_?rCR THREE THOUSAND
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GREATER RICHMOND
! MADE REALITY BY
COURT'S DECISION
SETTLE BASIN
INOIlPPn?lIED;
Councilmen iMake Per-!
sonal Inspection of
Project For City.
ELECTRIC PLANT
AGAIN DISCUSSED
Matter Brought to Attention of i
Committee by Supt. Boiling
in Connection With Ba?
sin-View of Work
as It Appears
To-Day.
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An Incident of the
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of the
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WROTE THAT HIS BODY
WOULD OE IN RIVER
Prominent Attorney's Friends
Do Not Credit His
Threat.
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THREE CHILDREN TO DIE
AS RESULT OF PRANK
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City to Assume Immedi?
ate Control Over An?
nexed Territory.
LONG STRUGGLE
ENDS IN VICTORY
Effect of Opinion Will Extend to
Every Phase of Municipal
Government-Affirrnance
of Action of Trial
Court Complete in
Every Respect. '
DECISION OF COURT AND
COMMENTS OF ATTORNEYS
"The order appeal?9d from provides*
that the annexation therein determined
upon shall take effect the day of Its
entry, February 17, 1906. The suspen?
sion of that order during the pendency
of this appeal makes it nec-ssary, In
order to avoid confusion, to change
the time at which t-?e annexation shall
take effect. It will, therefore, be pro?
by this court that the annexa?
tion ?hall take effect from the date of
its final order. Subject to this modifi?
cation. the judgment of the Circuit
Court must be affirmed."-Decision of
Supreme Court In famous annexation
case.
"The opinion means that the city of
Richmond wiM assume Immediate con?
trol, a? soon as the final order is en?
tered by the clerk of th<? Supreme
Court. * * We have wen a great
fight."-H. R. Pol.ard, City Attorney
of Richmond.
"I feel sorry for the people of Herr
rico, that they have lo?t th-.r ?erritory
and the citizens dwelling therein. * "
The case is ended, so far as the county
is concerned."-L. O. Wendenburg.
Commonwealth's Attorney of Henrico.
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OBI -MS THAT
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"Me Friend Count Boney's Love Affairs," by Mr. Dooley, in Sunday's Times-Dispatch

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