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SOFT COAL STRIKE SEEMS INEVITABLE 8cg'p ?tee Reports Disa^ee ment tu Jo?l, C? ? venti oo. ???< AR APART [*he joint ?cal?? ?pent' < and v ? dl? sa I ? da> ** m far ??* te Op- ( a wage when 1 F ? cheli Opens Debate. e fa ? was ? c t ? IJust . ? ? Is ?si I ?ad av ? r the con? I ? any propos. > an adjustment of oui on? here who ksas heard the report read by the secretary ? do com mitt?? will know that rs, partis? to that Join; s nee, hav? gone out o. their way. have even assumed anthorl ties not Testend in I c I only si C ?? * Ga tha \ four states, wl fully shall a.? for a di5u, ? ata a 19 . t I I ?ten ? ?aide ? f*n??? '?: tb< Ir p? ? m. with " me, I wan: ration of thla convention a motion tbst a? a basts of s??ttl? tion of th?> ?? al?? the mining arale and th? day waa?? scale an . the dead work aaWlS Of ? Op?rate-a Offer Subatltute Seal?. J H v. ? ? oper a ?" as a substitute a ? io a.lopt th? ,'ie-senf s. ah with a^ll ?end | at the time of It?? arador " ?-te at Dan ?Hie III., for a baue, and to include all ?Boa? of shouting, loading, timbering aTand in? ? ? te was take?' A"?>r a number or of each. Ifr aratore '.? . I the set? tlement ?< arbitra? tion plan. aVowpver. ani his ?as not fort ? .-ldent of the Indians ? ? had in his po? l ? rators wan?:::. I .-d for T'arata! Ifr. Penna amid If yoa hnv? from any Indiana operai the as? eo take the adran? ?? 1 hat? tor a? n. ; f den' ??ffurt. tOWIv Would Raise Price of Hares Coal $1.20. Nev. York M coal open in? that I a and accurately Inf ?on? rits now In dl *? 'tie' follow? ing statement Mm h Inquirj ha.?? ?????? made aa to the ' liculation by which the a\nthra< it<> coal operators establish the fact that In or rnands mad?? t.\ :.i?rn it will he? TaMCeasary to raise the? price charged the? eonsmr.er hy 11.16 a ton. The operators feel that the public should be fully in? formed upon this point, as it will be absolut?--ly iBprOBfbli to sell coal f than this ini rea.s?> if the demands be ?Jlowevj. May Work Oeapits Strlk?. Wi Ikes-liarre. l'a . Man h 28?Th? Intention of the anthracite mine own? er? to operate their collieries, if a strike ?scours, is becoming more evident daily. Several officials declared that the oper ?a' *?*? ?a* ?>?? ??? ?*??* ?:::? *...* .?. -.. ?...? ??.?? *4 %?*ft* rw?*+*?*4 *A * IU l*i*l?* h* I'S I1? 1# I o B*.*.???..-.?.?.?..?^ \ <*>5 ST. LUKE EMPORIUM l9o? First Anniversary ^ the= ? ft O WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that we have just received from the factories and wholesale stores of the Nor' t anc] East, e ?ive goods, su] ? quality and moderate in price, ever displayed In Rich * mond. A personal selection of these goods makes it possible for us to guarantee them in every respect. W '.ans of thanking our patrons and extending ?othem an invitation tc inspect our stock from basement ?; *? tc ??t? We are offering One Hundred Pattern Hats of Latest Parisian Design?No Two Hats Alike for the ? ?? I ? .nheard o? sum of $3.98?choice. Take Elevator for Our Millinery Parlor. (Second Floor) an -ing the Best and Cheapest Goods to be found in town. LADIES SUITS. SKIRTS AND SILK SHIRT WAISTS, the Emporium to see our 98c. Shirt Waist?This is Our Leader. You can't duplicate it f< the money anywhere in town?Both Long and Short Sleeves?2d Floor?take the Elevator. Gray Suits all the rage. If you want to be stylishly attired, you miss one of our tailored suits? f in all the latest and ni nades. The suits range in price* $9.98 to $30.00. fit like a g '..?? SECOND E/\STER QPEN-NQ MONDAY, APRIL 2d, 1906. SUITS and perfect in Separate Skirts from $1.50 to $15.00. We have made a specialty this Easter to fit the J. Large Women d Suits, Take the Elevator, get off at 2d floor, and we will do the rest. CUnCC Our Shoe Department : shoes for everybody. We can mma. Papa, Baby. Grandm. UllUCu Grandpa in Low Shoes, High Shoes. Patent Leathers. C. grades and quality) from 98 e undertake the other feat of fitting igly and cheaply. Take tir nt. pruTf-i ??G ?0 Our Gents' Department has been re-stocked with Goods: Ties, Collars, X ULM I O uULU? ? r. Suspenders, Handkerc ?l?erAfter you have li us over see If we can't save > ney. ... SAINT -UI?.E EMPORIUM, ??'??????? TO WOMEN AfSP CHILDKEN.C I I O F Rl-aflaflafl Cat PtiOnC, I92G L. - .?aaw, ? ? ? IL? DI UOVI b3I.? Quick ?S?le:s. Smallest Profits, Immediate Delivery. * fl?d a thla I S dta' and ' Work. ' ? . ance? of work ImiI I HI I'M ? \?.| '?tain a large man-weak tion. ' ? It. neas. :. fune* ? ess ! : roub ?isnes?. ' at home and tho full alze . I ??f any kind, no ree? r.o papers to Bign. It All we want to know la that you are not sending for It out of idle ru . but that you want to be wel . but that you want to be well and become your strong natural self Man Medicine will do what you want ? to do; make yon a real man, man-like, man-powerful. Your name and address will bring It; all you have to do is to and get It. We send it free '. ? scon raged one of the man ??any. , Building, Detroit. Mich. -to:? \\fiercalKiut.H Want? 1 would like to And my s. Julia. Maria and ? Organ. M> D'asse was Sarah Organ. They have lived at Winchester and Rich? mond. \ S .?.ddr-dSS MRS. SARAH DOUGLASS. 616 Grayson St.. Louisville, Ky :o: Help Want???!?Male. Experienced Farmer; steady and r??llable man. or man and wife, rad by gentleman on small farm near Richmond, on car line; prefer man without fam? ily and one who und?rntanls live Btock. Good wages and well furn? ished rooms. Applv to LAWYER. P. O. Box, 348, Richmond, Va. ?:e: (g^Subscribe to the PLANET. ! tir : -:o: II? Ip Wiiil.il-1 ? in r 11 v 1 I Help -Male. :iond and to ?;th some ? : Rlchmoa Right. Irate Wife- I waul te know, ?lr, What time It \? you got home .. quarter of 12, my dear Irai The and? (triumphantly) ? Wsll, ain't that a quarter of Tlie Fire? Sale. to be big 1 . : th? fire sale. I'll ru ? down there iBOPPSB I vn?uliln't be BO Mrs in ? Mr .pi. ?patln-r, in burnt -'rotm. Doling Out More Information. ? as a itinnal tlo What does that rntiui? mu? hi?'? the man I. What . h :? tool timi An Unpleasant Memory. Btba tho new ? ul? ladelllble lm .M;i cap of tea on to my aaw whits ails d .?'Bits. Waxing Strong. "Tee are waxing srrong. ain't you, John?*'? Ittln' mu? lea like a prize tight? "I wann ? referrin' to your muscles, but to the smell o' that .lope you use on your n. - Houston Post? A Believer. "Hut why do you think Johnny bs - si? thon>uKhly In the efficacy o? prayer ?" "Because when I suggested that he pray tor a little brother he refused U> do It and prayed for a goat and a rei waajon Instead. "?Houston Poat. u \N I ll> ? ? ? I I OH Kl N I?B] \pply IM? 1 I t. : THE CELEBRATION WILL? BE AT BROAD STREET BASE BALL PARK, Tuesday Atril 3RD, 1906. The Ali ?nclpatton nounce to r?e no two 11 April .'. rd as some have in. AU organtza <-t on that Vili be? under set of the Afro-Atnerii an Et ion Asso? li. 1 special f the parade will be a lar^. number .if our business men In line with less of the race repi 1 At the grounds there will he a choir of 500 triotlc airs. There will from far and 1 ,?.d.hisses will be made b> many distinguished speakers The School Board lias granted hol? iday to all schools In the city on that day. ?11 organizations desiring to take part will communicate with th? . J. Thomas Hewln, 603 N. ? .1 C ? : 111 ? 1 ?. : j 1, Pr?s. on, D. D. ?.lain, w. T. Johnson, D. D er of Cereo Rev T. H (ir.en, D. D tor. "ph N M .. ra, Treas W. I. John Grand Marshall. CARLTON HOUSE. 4*>? & 4,V* Carlton Ave. Brooklyn. Ni-w York. Newly furnished looms for R4 or trans! Board if de-sired. The largest and best ap 1 house in Brooklyn. M Its. I.I M M \l Proprietor. ? Know Therm? tor . W i 1 - I -:o: \\ Will? ? I nig : ?:o*. l\\ ' \I>H Stri itnkv vour HI! will r? , th?? '. We ' not satisfactory. r Pomade Co, . 111. ooooooeoeeeee. FORD'S HAIR POMADE! Gp???1t kii.-wo aa '?OZONIZED OX MARROW* ? BO OTRAIOHTK.NS ????? or CCRLY HAIR that it rae bepnt tap in any style d?Mlr?sl con.litent with Ita lene-th. ? Hair Pomad? wa? formerly iu "OZONIZK? oX It?ARKolV t' ?afe preparati- ? known to oa that Inky <>r curly hair et rai g lit. a? ._? ab-rr?. It? naa make? th? m<??t atub Worn, harsh, kluky or curly hair soft, ?Uable and eavay t? comb Thee mar be obtained from one treatment, a to 4 botti?? ar? uauaily ?uffln?> t ? r ? rear The us? of Forti'a Hair I'muaili. ? ? ?/ ? ?M7.F.I? OX KAKKOW"! remove? ? la dan? druff, relieve? Itching, Invi* rnt??? the ?rain. ? top? the hair from falling out ..r breaking oft, make? it (row and. by nourishing tiia root?. el??? H new Ufe and vigor being e!?k-a?,?,, perfumtsd aula h arm letta, 11 I? ? ???,.? ? neceeatl? far ladle., gentlemen an,I rhlldren. Ford's Hair Pomavd?? MARROW") b?? be-? mad?? and ?old BjS| uoiialr ?lticeal>..atlHSH, and label, ???? I/.Kl? OX liAKKiIVs"', ?u rsrlitei?-. ???,'?????'! State? Patent Oftl???. in Ifli In ail-sfBBBaoog period of tita? ihere has nsrtrbwn a returned from the huti,1r?*.l? ,,f hav? told. POKIVS HAIR POI ivmI and affective, no matter keep It. be ?ara to art Fortl'e, as II makes the hair ?TRA HillT. SOFT, and riJaV"' ?. ile ware of Ini '. ? I . d'i, Hair l'oma.1?? : . ARROW"! I a put up only ? . Fill . t. ilu. and ?. made on! In .'hi. air?, anrt by u?. Th? ?enaloe has the signature. Charla? For?! I'reat on each parka?;??. Refuaa all others. Full dl ra.-tl.na with every Ix.lHe. Plie? only SO eta. Sold by d rugg? ala aad dealer?. If your drug Slat <>r dealer can not supply you. he ran procure It from hla Jot.her or wholeaale aoalet or ?end ua SO cti. for on? botti? poal: tl 44? for Ihres? botile, or t. M for ali botti-?. eipree? paid We pay postase and ? rhara?? l<? all point? in t H. A. When order tn( ?end i> .etal or a.pre?. money ?<rd?r, and n'iit:.,o tin?? ? .?i?er. Write your name aud aldre?? plainly to atiJ ? !o. \ The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. (???? genuin? ?without my signature) 7? Wataash Are., Chicago, III. 1 Aerata want???! everywhere. a >eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew if?fi Poundsof SOAP A-j An 1 UU<H>?H^f IFO^ 4<*04? ? I -UU I will send you formula and full direction for making the soap for 25c Money Order. ?Send self-addressed envelope. This is a big bargain. Address: J. F. CL<ARK? Conway, Ark. WmtMEEEBEEBEWtiEtEEEtEEtEttEWtt?KtlLEEEWe?M THE WONDER OF THE 20TH CENTURY! The al>. >\e named lx>ok proves that Jesus Christ had Negro blood in his veins, that David and Solomon ?both married black women, that ?Solomon's Temple Was Built by a Negro, that Free Masonry was found? ed by a IS that the first rivrJiK'oi.s priest Teeorded under l?! a black man, and that the black man married as hieb up in society as ? man to go, and many other such wonderful ?tilings are found in this wonderful nook. ?Price, prepaid, 50 cents. C ? ith order. nts wanted. :c, send three i-cent stamps. Wntc to-day and be first to ?sell this book in your town. Pa^SrilClAI. ? Scud this ?'Adv.-' with only 35 cents ? - W G. O VERTON, Wilbtirton, I. T. Madame Allen's Famous 20th Century Hair Grower HUNDREDS have used it, and if y aid ask them that have used it, why they have those beau? tiful locks when they were once bald, they would say MADAME ALLEIN KiLIE GEO"y7ZB Did it. Many years on the market, it is the guardian of youth, the key of beauty. It ?. of Trouble, Dandi uff, Falling Out of Hair, D. ? 'k. Makes it grow Long, and Wavy. ( )ir Jar will tell the diff?rer? ???^RECOMMENDED BY WHITE AND COL THAT HAVE USED IT.-S.fr ? PURE & HARMLESS. ightner, but a Seal}? Cleaner and Try it once and you will m??. PRICE: 50 Cents a JAR. ?tS^AOENTS WANTED.-St Manufacture Madame Allen Post Office Box, 45?, Lexington, Va. ?GENT IS ALL IT WILL COST YOU ? M 11 ? e I t ?! ? 1. 1 1 BUYA BSGTCLE 1.1 < ? < ? 1 - ? 11 ; 1 ? ? . ? . - '.unity ..sopuHnTURK-pnae.? s?N?x Rn tillar Prie o t ? d\ -f\ _? jasa, ? ? ??-fi - O w $8.S O *f* .?5J "^E?\ ** fV W f.aiLS. .7c"s 9& To Irttrcdztfio <?fl ~2??,??,. t~. wc wm seti t w ,ft,LS ! Y.)u m Samtslc - I ior tint y iHt au (CASH ?VI 1 H ORD. MO LORE TROUBLE FRi .. ? ^??a??a??????aa^aW ? *-**a?BT^ No ?Uni s? from THORNS. CAC TUS. PINS. NAIL: TACKS or GLASS. Ill *'?.? tUmMl ? fW ai lie ?ni/fi I ?afSa, '?'?""'? '? ?? riel? Two Hundred Thousand pairs now in actual usa. Over SP 'J' mm, - -a- ? . . , IV ?TI *: ? tH f>? > * M I, fr. I. \ *?> J J I . | 11 ?J Seven.?*-..*? Ihousancj pair? sold last year. ? OFMCRiPTlum 1 V . ??? ia alt 1 1 Iterel-f ?ml e . ?nuli ? ? L CA1H WITH ORUKI .it ill 1? r\) ?.????m thev Hit- n?.I ?atisfaerl ? : vi'i U?i?-r, wrat bettet ?A'? kooei thst -a ?mler. We want . . ? t his rrmarkal?' ranSCTATO ?????????? r?*? "a?l<H??B. pendala, parts and repairs, and 4>%?&?? M O^rO** ?&p???\??&? rverythin ? in the bicycle line are vi.l by u?. ?t half the usual men. Write (or ?Mir \>\y, SI > It ICY .?i... net Av/?f tA/Atr '-'?-' "" NOT rHiMk or i*t rttta a a/f/ fwO? f ????? m an jot until %ou knuw the nrw and 1? It only Cesata a poMal to learn everything Write it .NOW. HEAD CYCLE ?OWUY, Oept. "J L" CHIC160, ILL. AG ? NTS WANTED. Il tin* Reef Book that I? Attrac? ting Wide Spread Attention From all Class?**. A new book written by a young ., R. O. Wells, raised in Jeffer? son county, Louisville Qa. This book Is entitled Anthropol? ogy, Applied to the American Negro and White Man. It is Illustrated with fifty plain practical pictures, describing two men conversing with . other. Mr. Jones, an ex-slave holder and Sam, an ex-slave, both speaking be? fore millions and millions of people upon tho two ruces, on the subject of matter and mind that composes the two men. This book Is handsomely bound In cloth and morocco. Cloth 11.50, Morocco 11.7 5. It contains 301 pa? ges and 4 8 different subjects. R. O. WELLS & CO. BOOK CONCE R. O. Wells A Co. Book Concern. Buxton lows. 3t Do Ton Know Her? I desire to know the whereabouts of Moselle Warner, ? little girl er? bost eight year? of age. Whan last heard of. she waa living in Ri<-h mond. Her mother's name la Mm. Matt-la Lee Warner. Address, A. A. MARTIN. ?. 8. -B. MoaoBaTshS-BV Naval Bxatlon, Qoaatsnama Bay, Cane. ?) D ?? ? Richmond, Freder -ai Ol I J*k*Dur-- and ??**? mac Railroad. Trains Las?ve Btchmond-Northward. ?as a. m . elailv. lUrrt hi !hr,.r.?,h rt '.Ma p? Dally, Mem St. Through ? ni..Sally Main M Through?All Pull men Can? S;.Ma m, except Monday, Dyrd Ht through. All Pnllii.an Car*? f JS ? m . we?! daya. Elba. A ahi ant? aeeom modation a in , dally Byrd ?a. Throngh Local atopa. 12:06 noon, week days. Ilyrd ?a Through 4:00 ? ra., week days. Byrd at. Fr?*dt?riuka bore aoconinioslatii.il 5:0ft p. m.aiailv, Main St. Through. ? 3D p. m? Week day? EU?a Anhlan? aneoaa m ?>d at ion. > ??, m..dally. Byrd SI Through Traina Arrive Rlcnmonn-South war?; 0:40 a. m.wettk day a Riba Aahland aooom modation. 8 21) a m., wessk daya. Byrd ?t. Frederloka burg accommodation. 8 81?,?. m., dally, Byrd st. Through. 11 SB a. ni . wtatik daya, Ilyrd Ht. Through Inorati atop? * 14 p. ra , dally Matta st. Through. 6 4a p ni aeeik days. Riha Aahland aooom mod at ion. 7:15 p. m , dal.v.Ilyrd St. Throngh. ?irO p. m., dally. Byrd T?. Through. Ixto?? sisea ?.42pm Dally,Main ??. through. AU lui man ?-ara. lu .?? p. m. dally, Main Sa. Through li :40 p m Week days, Ilyrd ft. through. All Palman car?. I NOTK -Pullman Hles?plng or Parlor Cmrm o* all aboye t -eine except train arriving Ktah moliti 11:60 a m. wtrsnk daya and looal aooom tnodattone Time of arrivala and departure? aad con Dertlone not guarantaxed W.D D?KR. C. W.Ct:i.P. W. P.TAYIX1R. Aae't. to Free. Oea'l Sup't Traf. Mgr. ?^?Subscribe to the PLANET. Only $1.50 per year in al vanee.