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VOLUME XXVII. NO. 10.
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SAI ? RDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1910.
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
MR STKMON8 ? ? \KS
He doesn't Like The K.?litorial?Crit
triz.*? K\prcsi*loii* "l'lu* rein?A
0.?f?-nse of tb?* Negroes.
Editor Rirhm.nul PLANET,
1 have read with Inter?Bt your re
?*dltorlal on "Th?? Ketrogree
sion of Tb?* Negro" called forth by
the announceni? nt tbroagh the pub
lie pr? .?e hotel*
R. ? . ha*
wall of industrial exclusion be
ing built about the colored race, by
dismissing all of their colored wait
ors and substitution whi ?
encouraging to BB? tbat race
beginning to awaken to th?
gravity of this sii Hut. for
all this, your editorial is a most
.ar bb-nd of logic and sophistry
foresight and blindness.
In one hr?>ath you proclaim a vital
and I ? ?1 truth that this con
oerted ? against Negro la
l n?>t priman ? any fault
of su? h labor, but r. tber to "the
m?i of Tillman
lsiu that has ?? opt f
In th?? ?? ? ? you tak?? t'.
posi;? ini parasll bis to aay.
. romising poaiUoa ?>f ascribing
?? "worthleseiiisE ?if th?? average
(?) mi'uiiM'r of tin rising ??
tlnn" r? spoaalblllty, at least by In
<l of this anil
wn.i.iNt; TO PACI TH
ut no ?
has been mo: 'ban myuelf to
boldly fa ii shortcoming
or weakness of t But I .lo
? Ht. in ? af reason,
ajtjklnst. th?* loose ma nut r m which
many wi 1 H*>eekeni ?
of lata years ati?'mpting to
etra sa their own derelletloa of duty
in failing to tai.
against this rising ti??
mergence by pi?> laiming to th??
I that this - is du?*
t?? the "wort ! of tin? :???
? ?" To s ?y tb
G? is "worth'?
stat' BT ar: :
worthy ambition is an exception.
A ORVKl. UNJUST ??'?.?'?'????.
There is n?it a c<i'??r.?l peJBOB of
"* latetllajeaos la the coun?
try. Including yours.-lf. who wotil I
not. upon sober ser?n 1 thought, say
that this is a most cru?l and unjust
r?*fl?*ctlon upon the color?
this reflection were rrue. from a
source con:? irvelous prov:
of th?? race against fratti odds, an?*
th increase In character, Intelllg?
and wealth, of which we are BOB
hearing so much? Let It be frankly
said that it Is only in the face of
attempts to reduce the growing bar?
riers which are being raised against
the race, in spite of their most
?earnes* efforts to rise, that we hear
so much of "th?1 worthlessness of
the av?rai;.? BBBBBbaT of the p
ONK FACT ADMITTKl).
When we look thv* situation
squarely in the face, however, we are
foreeal to admit that a disproportion
ately largo element of Negroes, both
North and South, are becoming r<
less, shiftless, depraved and crinii
nal, Just as The PLANET charges.
But we must not remain bllu :
the fact that it is in very large
measure the injustices suffered by
the race which are making It ?le
praved. rather than race depravity
wbich Is bringing Injustice. Owing
largely to that type of anil Negro
agitators to whom you refer, tlnre
ban set in throughout the entire
country (in spite of their thousands
of sincere white friends, both N.^rth
aad South) a deep, unreasonable
and unreasoning sentiment in favor
of segregating the Negro and shoving
blm aside in all things embracing
the most vital rights and interests
Of men. There Is. also, not a pb
of Negro life and character which Is
aot Adversely affected by this hostile
WILL CEASE TO BE HUMAN.
It is easy for you to say tbat
"most of us are so busy that we do
not take time to notice race preju?
dice" in the South. But the itate?
ment la not borne out by facts),
either North or South. The fruits of
race discrimination are to be found
In ar abnormal Increase of depravity,
criminality, Insan.ty. disease and
death among Negroes. In every part
of the country. More than this:
When the Negro ceases to be ad
versely affected by such Injustices
be will cease to be human.
DOE8NT LIKE THE REMEDY.
Nor do we find illumination In
yoar remedy for tbese Injustices
'?Loi tilos, waiters, who havo lost
their jobs ? ?>;ne South aRain", you
coosplaoeatly advise. Breo a eVng bas
an loaerool I ? ami
?..lions. || it human to sti;
that .'? DOB be nuffet??d about
I from pillar to post, and driven from
tln< homos and fronds of th?>ir choice
by tin? whims ?G ???: ? ?pular
Imeat, without undergoing
?! and tl?? humanizing chant:??
of character? Whi ?
of ? ar they
BOI bOOfl driv?m to the ? >.f be
coming inc?>n.? mi 1 night as?
sassin :na'iy OtavOT
under ???? oertoaa provocation. #0
? rtlon of tbeni "go tu tho bad",
than jump from ?m
of th?? coiintr> lo OBOther in
to escape the unjust ri'strictlons
whi h aro botBg aUBtfO ?lira net them,
,(i ours?'lves. In
of hteklog th? leea fort
or on? . hard for beine down.
Osaka o Baaaty and inter
the unjust ?onlitions which are
Toara for humanity.
JAM MUKL BT
nth 17th St..
Reo, I aa*o] raaaoM \way.
Th?? many fri? nils of Rei \V W
will l?>:irn wit'. ath at
Win : ?. North Carolina. Do?
??em??. und- r
of the National H
slon CoOOOateOa and his great 0*00*1
will be r. Tinriiberi ?1 by thousands
r the mystic Inf* :
ot ?lis rotee. Il?
? 1 ????. tu mourn
I^K(k* baoskl \t 1Mb ??real
0|?|Mirt tin it > .
The Rtehaia iff? urs Train
IchOOl, is now opea for the pur
of fitting atea as eaaaaToara,
!so for filose wlxi ar.
to own cars to BBahle > on to have
mon- plOBjQUrO and gol bottor re
suits out of your own ear OJ having
ical knowledge before pur
? ?f yoor trouhl?? without carry
in?? them to
Don't let this epoortantty
you, but g?>t ? line and heul for
?13 Brook ?t?., a win spare
;ins In giving you our practical
ledge For further Information,
apply to ."12 BrOOB Ave. Done by
order of the school Study hours
? Bf. to 10: HO P. M
\ toaadero, Chao, t*:
lohn Price. F-li Jasper. James
????? Ual ?? D UHI ?I I
Mr. Frank Brown, of Philadelphia.
oalled oa us
rg?? W. RIOOO, of Danville,
nas in the city last week.
.l?'ff?-rson Starke, white, age 1 t
years, fell from an old wall at tbe
August Grocery Company's pia
I Street last Sunday aft?r
noon and he was seriously injur??.!
Mr. Isham Mann, who has been
In the employ of Mr. A. D. Price for
many years, has resigne.! and ?one
In business for himself under the
name of Isham Mann ?ft Co.
Mrs. Susie B. Wtight, D D.. G.
W. C, of Portsmouth. Va., was call
ed to the city last week, on account
of the illness of her mother. She
returned to Portsmouth Tuesday.
Sam Inge, Ktabb?d Frank H? 1
mance in the arm last Sunday night
because the latiVr was w?->rklng in
his place at NoSde's bakery on church
hill. The wound Is not serious. Both
parties are white
Mrs. ? M. Steward, who has kOOB
confined by serious Illness since last
Thanksgiving Day. is now convales?
cent and able to move about In her
She desires through this channel
to return thanks to her many friends
who were ao thoughtful and con?
siderate of her welfare during the
dreary weeks of her confinement by
Rer. Dr. Adams Here.
Rev. A. W. Adams, D. D., Field
Secretary and Cenerai Missionary for
the Colonial Baptist Convention,
who Ib located at Boston, was in the
city this week and called oa us. He
was accompanied hy Rer. W. F. Gra?
ham. D. D.
??. ,?.-IVrl??*.. Whit??. ?Vili I ..Jit
Mr. Johnson. Illa? k
Before very long a "riti;;." namely,
an laeloaare taretsl mare.
roped in on all si 1???. will b.? arranged
in some "athletic ?lui?.''
In this ring tWB
and one white, will fight with
until one ol ?
fight any more, or until on?? of them
fulfils his par? rrupt bargain,
and | '?-n.
ility of fraud,
and all t he probability of fraud, there
st in thlr
Tb? whit?? man. .1? ffri?-s. is Bl
traordlaary man of hi
??I?! ?!. DO Id ha\? gr?*at
wan "' Bled on son.?? keavy
?ir.'.i pounds, lacla with
a hi.? tbis broad should
ed, powerful, "rood-satared
monster vould ha? ? wond? t
ful reputation. ??
daaaseta with burnir.??!
? s t an?! Bei mong
IB at bini
?.f jointing h? The fight
?mis' us?? th. ir f.? |
? Bclin, bet
.loi ? ? black man. is
la tall, thin,
show eery litt1? ]o>.r motion, very lit
of all the nun that hav? ! him.
. aaytblng ral In
llgliiinir. la striking BBOtaSBf
ii?ah ?roaderful m<
In ? of thla coming
< rlcans wonM
gladi dol?an t?i s?m? this tight
an I not thousands of tlp-m w?iul?l pay
t. ? cents to s? rk of
Fit :. Is 'Tan
J?-ffi : It?* tniin, tight and win
after ? ire of pr nd of
- hard ?irlnki?
-till compel his musi'
instantly the ord?r of the brain'.'
Th?? fight?>r ib'pen 's for
not on mer?? brut?? sir ? -th, hut OB
tb? capacity to s? tly an on
. porlunlty to strike, and to str;
J stantaneously. Tbe man In the fight
aeea an opening, a ?han???, th?
tin that the oppor?
tunity Is there. The brain gives the
r to another and that
nerve In turn takes th?? order to the
inns;?!?? The fist shoots out. Th??
I brain, nerves and muscle work to
r Instantaneously. Tbe
is ?lone for. But If there Is a
ion of a second la BBB tbe
story that the optic n?T\e tells and
? lindi.-nt r??--pons??no barm la
When the fist is sent on its errand
the CBBBC" a? by. and the spot
that was to be hit is guarded no long?
Must or th?? o!?l arlas men in tho
world of battle. !.. ffri.s
cannot win. unless his colored oppo
nent should be Breaker than menthlnk
They do not 1 ? at tbe colored
man, Johnson, at hie best could win
against Jeffries at his best. It is prob
able that Jeffries was the most pow?
erful living man. best able to resist
as well as to Inflict punishment In all
the history of brutal fighting. Rut
Jeffries will probably be defeated?
if the batti?* is fairly fought, accord?
ing to the old wise ones?not by the
colored man opposing him, but by the
money that Jeffries has made and
sp?'nt and drank by the prosperity
that his muscles could earn. Hut that
his brain couldn't stand.
Quantities of whiskey, ?-very drop
of it poison, every drop of it making
the brain less efficient than it
have been absorned by that huge
fighter. It is very likely that whiskey
will tell Its story In the ring. The
man may appear to be in perfect con?
dition, he may skip the rope five hun
dr??i times, while all admire. He miy
strike the bag with terrific force.
But that means nothing in battle.
The whiskey doesn't iDBep him from
skipping the rope, it dotsn't keep
him from running five mites. If he
stops drlnklne for three months and
trains hard. The whiskey slows up
the whole system: It makes the pause
betw?3en brain and nerve. That pause
defeated Sullivan. It will be very
inte resting to see whether or not It
will defeat Jeffries.
In this fight there Is another point
that I? extremely Interesting. And
tbat is the commercial aspect of race
Simple minded old prlxe fighting
gentlemen, looking at the thing pure?
ly on Its merits, believe tbat Johnson
will win?beesuso t**-?*v say that no
nun can live as Jeffrie? bas Tired
and then get back Into condition
Bot wiser mea say that Johnson
In these seien til ;.r?.|u
in a prizefight Is not In the gentle??
men who pay their tv>? fifty.
or one hundred dollar? for a seat.
Al th?? ringside, thou pro
motero of a "gn t might
! thousand dollars.
? ? i I part of
the J" . .
The gr?^at profit is in the moving
the nun tiuht. a BVO
cliiin every ? And
ird, ?h'i-viT win
the fight ..;. th??
; t?'.. Mows and hear porne
on tell how it all hap
In tho exhibition of the pictures
.i great fortUI ultra
will nor win
:. > win.
if the whit-? man wins, ar! the van
peopb ving pi<
worth a million dollars
? r hand, tbo> say
If th?? colored man wins the lndic
ice will feel
sad about It. refus.
plctui >vlll be worth hard
' 1> anything.
who - ? it would be w ?rth while
? arter of
a million dollars him to
? ? I'
w hit?? tnan? jf
If human b? ? d, if
real ambttloi ad ot
Unbtfloa ?d the flv? Oroul f
it all abe : result
of t! It In
lid be as an
; endura is. a???
they would r itntpsl
000 for the i. Thoso
in th,. ruperlo~?*> of the
?? would white
: . ? ?
If vini bOglB at the 11>? of ani
mal life on this work
u find that Cu? lower
roo ge' the ?.? ? fighting <ju.ii
Ity la Bf*oportloB to il
bra tal, ignorant, low browed
Individual of average OtrOBgth couhl
all the reali) gr?;it B??" tha;
Ami any BOCOBt] ?rilla or
? the ring
and thrush Jpffrles and Johnson to
r with th?' g?
V OB gorilla could Jump
! into Cat ring. tak. ? wlt? on??
band, Jeffries with tt knock
their ? . a Is together ani knock out
their br'alne?ami not half tr
It is curious and m?restlng to
know that the ohi! DTOOf o?
ita ouperlorlty doamadfl I at Joffiloo,
? atte man. shall prora his abil ty
to do man what th??*
gorille could do to both.
Observe that in tbts age of civili
zation It is worth a Quarter of a mil?
lion dollar bribe t.i :i QOgTO to pre
tend that he cannot whip hie white
antagonist, and be glad that we have
ahead of us ardllloi
? I ? aing Journal.
FOR S AL ? A complete home, fur
Bfohod. House or furnl
ture by piece or set Direct Owner,
1111 W Leigh St
WAN'TKD- Bright, well educated
colored man an 1 wo an, who can
induce | ? atre $1.00 reg
ularly. Your pay, after trial, $2 5.
00 to g?.0.00. Cive ro r [ihone mini
Address MBMBBR HANKERS1
(???????. care of Carrier
Mr. James Patterson, TDead.
All that remained of James Pat?
terson, the well-known Mnckemitb. of
West Leigh Street, was laid to
rest last Tuesday afternoon. He had
been ailing for a long time and he
bore his suffering with Christian
fortitude. He died Sunday. January
30. 1910. at 11:40 ?. M. and his
funeral took place last Tueoday from
the Ebenerer Baptist Cl.urch. The
ponular pastor. Rev. W. H. Stokes,
officiated. On the rostrum were
Rev. W. F. Oraham. D D.. Rer. W.
T. Johnson. D D.. Rev. Kvans Poyno,
D D . Rev. Scott C. Burrell. Rer. N'el
son Brown. Rer. C. H. Phillips and
Rev. U D Brewer.
Rev Stokes took Ms text from
? part of the 14th rerse of the 13fh
chapter of Hoaea. Hi? remorka were
appropriate and touching. Madame
Fannie Payne Walker rang a solo
with charming sweetnes* and Madame
Carrie V. Hawkins also renoderei a
selection in her os ml admirable
style. Mr. John Swann. of Near H??
ren, Connecticut, was among t*?c
mourners. Funeral Director, A. D.
Plico, off) c a ted.
Sabocrlbe to The PLANCT.
\ I'lt'ie.iiii *-?>it ?? ?-?
tin Tuesday <-v?'tilng Januar*.
BOOae Of Mr and Mrs V.
?hnson. of '.<-''? Bt Pael S
? ?? animation sad pleasure,
t be .. .; a surprise part > .
? d b] Madams t'arrie Christian and
Drucllla M lilpln, in honor <>t
Mr anil Mrs. JohBS
There ?rere mor?? than
ti\? IB the par!> v. ??? M.
showing 11 w isb
more y?>.irs of prosperity. Mr
Johnson raspeadas* la ;< beAttlng
maoner, thanking those w'
kindly ooatrlbated to their
by th nt. i>ight relresbments
?in! at a late hour, all
?vi Blag proBtablj spent.
Mr. I?. J. Itradford. Roign*.
Mr I? J Bl who has
ness Association Goal and Wood Co?i
for ; t? adatas] in>
sitlon at the
.; In Janti. ry. t<
ruary let B]
sin in el
is until February Ittb
Beai lighter* lTatfoi?t?'d.
?: quit? a little tilt tlu-se days
?lug Batfootc ? tight?
betl says tbat no coo l
b?-l t. hims.lt.
Jabbli it. but If Jim will
stop to think a moment be will ?lis
that Madd? I I wb.n be
BO knot k?'?l out
Corbett, wss as ! ;i tighter
as the world <-\<v saw In?? ;
i his paaeb was helped out by
this peculiar stand ??<> you think f??r
? m?.m? nt that Fitz eould h;ivc jolt. .1
with that mill?' kick slam If 1
be. ? BP on h
in tb?? world deliver a hard punch
b?j his um
Corbett declares that Johnson.
who fights flat-footed, cannot b? a
good boxer. Strange again. Jim. when
you figure tbat Battling Nelson, Joe
Gana, Stanley Ketchel and all of oar
Mat footed, along witn the ?
Can you picture the big folio?
ing ISO pounds up on h
tir.* himself out In
three rounds If he even tri?
Young (iriffo. acknowledged by good
judges t?. be tbe eleve real man in
tb?> w?>rbl at that time, was not a
danc-r (Iriffo fought with his bead
It wasn't a trick at all for him to
j stand in the centr?? of the ring with
his hands at his sides and 1?
other fellow break his back trying
to luid Griffo's head did the work.
He bbMobb moved out of range with
his feet. H? simply pallad his h. :? !
r that side, and let the punches
They tell of a time in a saloon
when Griffo standing at the bar,
? fellow behind him try to
knock his hat off. Griffo simply
watched the fellow in the looking
glass, and as the other swung Grlffio
just ducKod. He made bets many a
time in a saloon that no one could
hit hi m In the face, and be never at?
tempted to strike the Bihar man.
All of this simply goes to show
that the feet are not essential to
-ness. Joe Gans won his spurs
by his marvellous blocking. He never,
jumped Ilk?* O'Brien to avoid a
punch. He etopped the other fellow
by atlcking his glove out and stop I
ping the nunch.
Jack O'Brien Is a toe dancer, but'
he cannot punch. Jem Driscoll is
another, but Jem is no hear at the
wallop thing. Of course, the pretty
boxer's use the toe thing, but the
old boy with the sis m Is planted,
there on the floor with both feet. |
and when he slams. HE SLAMS.
If# you could puncn as hard from I
tho toe position, bow Is It that the j
best punchers are all set before they'
slam? Haven't you heard seconds
yell advice from the corner when |
they fear the other fellow, DON'T
LET HIM SET'"?
Yes. slree. when the other fellow
with the kick gets set he's liable to
knock the other fellow's block right!
out into tbe crowd.
Madden Is right when you figure!
It up. Tbe flat footed fighter la tbej
real bear-cat. He does bis fighting
with his heed, not ble feet, and he's (
always set for tbe grand slam.
ted, C?ir. Boh and .la? k-oii ^?-,
KB IIMiiMi, \ ?
Weekly News (oluu.n.
i:i:v W f QRAH \m. D D ?
.1 HRNRT CROTCH FI ELD, Kdltor.
1215 i: Broad st . R
Hi: LEFT ?8 \ LEGACY
chnrcb sh:iii bare Jo] ami
gladaoao, and u it h ao
? ?? 111 not
like orphan?;." but stated lu
Urei]. it be
? ither boo or hereafter." and I
th?? ; nclllatlon to
? in my king
! r \ ou 01
ir. This gift, my BOOM carries
with i< ll
happiness." This will Is
proba irely ar.
Church rejoiceo, and with Ch?
? o ill ant
arch is aollghten
ed tu know U
u the s
s liiillt it up.
and bo sta i ned
??on Let all men ?
and command I not
faint: reject ?
h is profitai ! eoo*
1 I ni.' right?
In ?ill '
ill by pn
and example. All that make Ufa
to h?? fouml In t!? BO owe to
hlmOOH the ques
Am ? dlocharglog the?-?
vThol an. I doiOg to aniello
th?. condition of mankind and
to n?. ? orld In ? y liv?
ing in it ? I ) Qod '.'
I.et erery one stop for n m.
think ?if tho many blOOllOga h'
moral and religious life. an?l
moltltOdtnory III?, concomitant
uipon a life Of ?? to the
will of th?. U mighty Father of the
Ink- r ? ? bor once s lid,
"The!?.? is no sut ;? for th<>
aool, but that Infantil?? faith In the
of Cod, which 0*s>
bibita itself in tho following forms:
faith in God's prorMoBOO, faith In
His promises, an rorealod in Hie holy
word, faith in His son Jesus Christ
for sal\ation." G0 cardinal
principles of th?? Fifth Street Baptist
Church together, however, with OB
abidii law, and
commandment of the everlasting
King of Kings and Lord of Lords
Its mission is to obey and
others to do likewise, thereby I
ing Kaelf connected with the reser?
voir of Jesus' nutrition.
From this place the Fifth Bl
Baptist Chunh is continuously nur
tared. Its growth is gradual, yet per
oepxlh joined In the
last two weoko, others are se?'k!ng
ad mi.- Irti fOOd, love
still adhoslrely boldo together union
and peace with such tenacity the
propensity of '.uhmont Is so
aide bprood it mak??* ooo fool that
is ladOOd and In truth a OBO
uf purpose and mind working
harmoniously in love, for one com?
tied a fine sermon
last Sunaay morning. Subject. "Mis?
sion. On tho palpi! sat two native
born Africans, wbo are here attend
ing the Union University. It woe
pleasing to see those young men
from another country preparing
reo to return home for mis?
sionary work. In his sermon the
Pastor told some startling things,
which sank deep Into the hear
his congregation. He showed the
Beccasi t y for missionary work, and
urged his congregation to put forth
r effort to christianize Africa,
that there are about 80.000.000 hu?
man beings In Africa to whom the
gospel has not been preached, and
that there are only about 30 colored
Baptist ministers sent from America
in the whole continent of Africa.
While In the Baptist Conference of
Richmond city alone, there are more
than 7fj Baptiat ministers.
At night, Rev. Jacob Turner
preached? an excellent sermon. Sub?
ject. "Salvation la of the Lord.'' It
woo timely and well received. He pat
I to thinking.
choir r?:i.l? . t musi?
morning and night. Rro. Joseph Mat
reet solos, at.
B m.lay morning service. It wa*
V larg? ??m was raised durinvr
? ? ?
SI?' add Hm
????\ Roane, of Bedford cit>
it ? ? r Th< ? ? ?
menclag at ti ? \i: ;tr?
invit.if Be on t.
? ? ?
embered Ree*. v.
Cubain. I? I?
? lay m ! ? \!i are ii.
? ? a
? lient Ii | -thing
? ? ?
'or will pnach ????\< Sun?
day morning and night.
Ridimmi I. \
,i Hand that rul??;
BUr 1 our Bad
Beaeflclal Clu g from ?on
our bltM ?rker, W
whom there w*\h
porter, ever r
and ? dubs In
! That in kls d?ath ?TO
mou: . who ahall bo
r his STOI M and worth
among us. on? his kind, gen
1 be It further
d, That w?? tender to th??
t syin a
thy In their loss: that a copy ol
also, thai itlons b
? ?m th? mlnutea of th?? ladle
t tub. and
the sani?? be publtabad in our weekly
press of t
H?.: the Imb'pwndent
C ?1 WELLS,
? WALKER, JR.,
I M DAR
.in It tee.
RENT?tjood hand laundry. In
Oak Park. Cheap. With well at
?loor Good patronage M H
OMOHUNDRO, (Room 32) 110'.'
k of ?Thickens.
The beautiful Partridge Wyan
flood layers. BBtbsn and good
motben W? kaes pria? winning
stock. Some fine Cockerels at right
Kggs In season. Write us
tla-ving ?*?????????? IK'velopmentB
I will sell Forest Lodge cheap for
cash. JOHN CUSSON8, Olen Allen
Free Medical and Surgical Dis?
pensary of tbe University College ol
Medicine Is open for treatment of
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