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Description: Mainly About PeopleDate: February 14 1902
Newspaper published in: Richmond, VA
Page/Column: Page 5, Column 6
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Sam Collins, a colored man, was caught between two box cars yesterday morning and badly mashed. He was treated by Dr. Foster, of the Ambulance Corps, and left.
Dr. Albert A. Scott, the druggist at Twenty-fifth and Broad Streets, fell and broke his right arm in his store yesterday morning. He went to his home, No. _611 East Franklin Street, and was treated by Dr. Johnston.
The Adolphus Edwards before the police court yesterday was not the gentleman of that name residing at No. 726. West Marshall Street.
The seventh number of the Association Course will be given in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium to-night by Montaville Flowers, the impersonator. His selection will be "Ben Hur, a Tale of the Christ.” This marvelous American; production has attracted world-wide attention, and in the hands of such a master as Mr. Flowers, it will be a choice entertainment.