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VOL. XXIII NO 18.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY APRIL 7, 1906. I'HKK FIVFii:\Tfl (?lris Who Arc In Demand. The sirle who are wanted are good girla? Good from the heart to the lips; Pure as the lily is white and pure. From its heart to ita sweet le?f tips. The girls that are wanted are home Kirie? Girls that are mother's right hand. That fathers and brothers ran trust And the little ones understand. Girls that are fair on the hearth? stone, And pleasant when nobody Kind and Hwcet to their own folks. Ready and anxious to pi? Th?? girls that are wanted an girls? That know what to tin. say; That drivi? with a ami!?? .iti.l word Th?- wrath of the ho Th? girls that ar girls Of H? Whom fashion can ; qui follow whatever ?s ; An.] 'iat \n silly to 1 Thi' pirls th.i' rare fill girls. Who COanl what thinirs will Who h a prudent, getaeroufl hand. Hut tea tii.it nothing is i girls Villi Tin ? ;ir?? wanted for mothers and Wanted io cradle in loving arms '??. Th?? ? ; girl. Th. t?? .-ire few I ?:ij : n it. oh! for th tortai In girls There's a constant. at? >ii?nd ?J. ? OR\Y Mr>. Ilr\aiit'v <'.mipl.iin Bryant, I>. -.- Mad: :ne The Hoard < f Director Ric?unond Hospital met on January 20th and your lattar of th.? was hand? d to Um Board by th?? .try. Dr. D. A Porcuaoo. The lattar was read and duly < and in reply would state that the first intimation that the Hoard had iv trouble was through FOOT tatti '.hiniss as Superintendent of Nurses, it is her duty to pi cause to be placed in the dally re? cord of that institution the daily OC currenre of the same and especially If it partalM BO the conduct of the nurs. If my conduit in her class on January 19th was of such ti was necessary for Mis? Cahiniss to exclu?!?? M from her class??* ;? Miss Cabiniss' duty to place it in the records of that da??'* OOCUieoce. After leaving her room and taking ? ?at in the otlice. if I there so demeaned myself so that I had to be driven from the Institution it should have bOM r<<o? d? <1 as a sep arate and distinct offense and on the first round? of the Rurgeon-in Chi<if, these charges should ? been handed hito by Miss Cabi;: The Surgeon-in-Chfof receiving tins.? chargea, if Im feit that they were too grave for him to decid.?, be then should have called his Board, it should have commanded me to appear before it and show cause why I should not he with according to the laws g? lng that Institution If the Board is correct in its statements. Miss Cahiniss has not only failed to report any miscon? duct of mine on the 19th of Jan? uary, but has hidden her own con? duct from th >n-in-Chlef and the Hoard for fen days. They de? clared that the first intimation came to thern through my The Board further states- "W.? understand through your letter that Miss Cahiniss dismissed you from her classes, which she had a perfect right to do: each pro1" is the same right." This declaration is absolute boundless and without condition. No institution on earth except the Richmond Hospital prives any professor the unlimited right tu exclude any pupil or cause them to be excluded from his or her class without assigning their reasons for their act. The Board makes t Is sweeping declaration without any Investiga? tion, without stating a single rea? son; neither does their letter show that Miss Cahiniss had even been ask ed a single question: for It begins by saying that. "Your letter was read and duly considered" and in reply aald these things from the face of my letter. The Board further states that it alone has the right to receive yon Into and dismise you from the school. Yet ten days prior to the utterance of these words. Miss Cahlnisa had ansumed that au? thority and rh* Joard confirmed h? r actions without assigning a sin? gle reason. The board further states. "Any infraction of rules or mlsunder ng of whatever nature that should r lee at r^ny time between pupil and teacher, and the pupil that she has been mistr >t get satisfaction that pu? pil has the right to apply to the ? ?n in Chief, failing to get nat? ion then may apply to the Board. From your letter it ap? pears tiiat you hare done none of I th? ? justice." | It will I).- remembered that the Hoard through the Surgeon-in-Chief ? set January II as its first date to -efusing ' then i Than 'h was s ? gain ?t refused to m I of these dates were prior t? ing on tl ''ibiniss did ? I this matter, will I lain why Dr ?. ? should Mt t'.ie a had not been applied Wi ' finally l on ti without my knowledge it neither called me ?.> chari then to learn unjustly treated. It to lay ? I re I no longer consider m ? nurse of th< Ital." ?? ? ?hen Miss < :' Norm driv? en me from t iie Institution Bad de? my . the Board whom I had for ? ? ? on to r ? complete mj ? The Board further ? "It ap|?wi ? the t 1> ? ison, Secretary." After being D from the Institution I odiclal in it at thai time. pletely overlook? a< t but holds p sponsihle for leaving Pelng d ri rea nu Ir is not my intention now, nor has It been at any tin: on any body, hai when I remember the sacrifices that I and the suffering through which I have gone to help upbuild this Institution from Its very beginning, I would prove my? self ]? \oman if I should f.:;I to demand justice at the hands of tl. ! of Directors of the Richmond Hospital, for the unjust nnd unexplained treatment tl : at that Institution. Signed: (Mrs i SUSIE ? nm The Right Road to fi.iltiniore. Pliil aili Iptiia. New \ urk, the North ami Band The popular Torfe River Tdne. On and after April Ma Rich? mond 1:11 1* M daily, except Sun? day. Very low om nd round trip tickets on sale daily. Ml l.<?\\ I I - The marriage of Miss LflHan ^ille Wlllhun Bdward Aytea will place Ht the residence of the groom's sister. Mrs. William H. Taj lor. 101 Bim E .urg. Pa., daanday. April 11th, 19? marriage will be very cjuiet on :>' I recent death in the family. ?:o: :i be special services bald at Third Street A. M. R. Church Sunday at 3 P. M. under the auspices of Capital T.odire. No. 81. ?and Chancellor John Mitchell will ? leath claim of our late Brother W. O. Turner. I will arldres* ?dience. Some of Richmond's best talent will sing. ?You needn't go to sleep about it. The suits are at the Neu Enter? prise Store and all you are to do is to go and get thern. Prices way down and the goods are the best. 9100.00 Endowment Paid. T-ynchburg, Va.. Meh. 27, *06. This is to certify that I have re> d from John Mitchell, Jr.. Orand Worthy Counsellor of the Grand Court of Virginia. I. O. Cn lanthe ($100.00) One Hundred Dol lars in payment of the death claim of Sister Ann Taylor, who was a member of I-ynchburg Court. No. 4 8 of Lynch burg. Va. Signed?M. Belle Scott. Beneficiary Witnesses: Maria Hawltlns. R. of D. Randolph White. W. C. The emancipation Celebration. The emancipation of tlie colored aopta wi red in tins . it>? last Tusday. There was a general sus? pension of work and there VOTO two parades, both of which were credi? table, although the combined show? ing did ? rial th one of ear. The Afro-American Kmancip tattoo was under th? ment of Mr. .T. C. Randolph. I dent a ?Ml J. Thomas I lew in, S ? mancipation tattoo was under the m ment Wiiliatn gfeeoo. ? ? Thompson. G ctal Secretary and Mr. William L? whit??. Correspondrai G>? Th?? Itarraer d Mr. w. t. Johnson, the well know.? brick layer and lendine officer in the Ho riers' I'nion as Chief Marshal and ? ? .1 Mr Jaa Smith Aal. The parad" Il : ly and 'h<? marchio.? tinder good control. The Ki\th Vir gin la h to Church hill. ? .1 he : an imp. ;.iit Inter r. R V ' ' and Rev W. ? John The Sixth Virginia I Miller's Field from S? tar -it. and Jam? deliv.r.d it ion. He was 1 11. Binfor! ? D . Both parties 1 ad ! the exercises by ? o'clock and th? paaaed off erltl incident ? nd found the J . Miller was :i' K. BrOOd St and ? oodS. t? . \-l. ? ? in Je?u*. h's but ? ! Jeans to ca il us to his arm?? " kips Botarod tata rhora ? ?ruing April (?th, ItOI I \\ Dorm] ?????? Bppe, the betored moti Mr. Wall . clerk of tl hurch . Mr?? "la stroke of parai but from all appearnnces was apparently bet tor than usual. She m sud (lenly worse and In a short while she had <? t unknown shore. The funeral will be con? ducted from the ( Charch Sunday imirniiu- April Sth. 19U.? ;.t 11 o'clo ?Spring is here and summer is eg in sight. Tliat is why Mr. Miller has returned ' York with ? of th. following him. Co there and ? Bhnghng Lottar, New York. Jan. 28. 06. Mitchell, Dear Sir. I want to ask you to pardon me for not having sent the mon. your valuable paper that I have been receiving for a number of and I can but say that it is the great? r that is published by our r; I do hope that you have people who will not delay as I have. G find enclosed $3.00. Trusting that you may live long to fight for my people, I remain Yours in F T. T. W. II. ROBINSON. 121 W. in-lth Bt., New York Citv. Duelling Burned. Th.? dwelling of Mr. Walter ?Mimed down Friday, Man !; It at ehool l o'clock in the The building is located near Ww mansvill??. Hanover Co., Va. It caught from the flue and Mrs. Or.en assisted by two white ladies did all they could to sa*?? lt. Mr. (;??< ?? was away from home and had nearly completed the payments on H.? carried no insurance. Mr. P. L. Dandridge gave us the information. :o: Rcsol ut ions. Covington. Va.. Mch. 23d, Ofi. ' WhorOM if has pleased Almighty Ood to call from us Sister Elnora Mc Pearmon. who has been a faithful member of Pride of Allegheny Court No. 79 since its organization, be It therefore Resolved, first. That we, the mem hers of Pride of Allegheny Court, No. 7?. I. O. Calanthe. do bow In humble submission to the will of our Heavenly Father who doth all thing? for a noble and wise purpose. Resolved, second. That we extend her parents our heartfelt sympathy. Mived. third. That a copy of resolutions be pi : our ininir dso forwarded th il>. pnbllshed in The Richmond PLANET and Col? >n . Done by order of Pride of A. n> Court io of CalnaChe Committee Mrs. C B. Brown. Mrs Annie Steward. Wi Vnnie Bacchus, Mim ? ?. Pollard Am. eh, W :o:? M \%<U: ?? ??????? S I I \?. sl'KKCI!?Mit CARTI R*8 OPI NIOBI liter of the PLANET. Despite at 1 - In? dulgent attitude toward the w?lte ! .uli ? ?: ? Ing thai ????..I the Northern and Southern ns of th. South, if thV utf*" May ?? ? ' rthy to tne Convention which coin Bond, Va ?>n the 2 ' whiP Dtlmt his white fell. I la ] ihiaun ?'i* ;.es arc all riuht In for me thcr? I two ?he battle Mag of as I am ? Mie n^?i Turner .1 his ?<> . ? u ut ' ? ' Bishop in damnlai which upholds national ? :ualn tain* for tr>?? at nt ag to the It is his flag aa Irlahflaaa, . h or English. Hut ;. Turner had more can ? ? rei Kirks he did, -? rthy. d Churchmai ? noblj to uphold the t the !ia>: ?hieb new denies him and his fellow <itl7ens the civil Mi ' ":trt h> and ahite fellow cltinea? now fully enjo\ r of hope and ? ? IS Is open tu Irish race in thti country, but are closed to the H oaly in this COUntrj ! I an Irishman rights and enjoy gs than the native horn African. whose forefathers toiled nacompensated for more rthy'i race of ? !.?r many years complain? British oppression, but when to ?ha United States they be come leaden rn oppression against the Afro ?< nation. ? ?CPU ' mobs that burn ? ? at the finatora of oaan They disfranchise and de prive the Afro American of that right of win?! oanplaln is de them hy British rule, taxation without rep:? ::. They are bj force and fraud the makers and Of the laws in South? ern States and cities. They are in? strumental in < r? ating Jim Crow car laws for the lono purpose of humiliating the patriotic Afro-Amer ? All of this ?lower ig given r am; those of his opinion hy the flag that flies over the law mak? ing body and tie Supreme Court at ington. yet he wants the Con is dead and did represent anything but death truction. ROBERT W. CARTER. Boulevard Station, Brookllne, Mass., refe 24th, 1906. U URD?A person with or without insurance experience to re nt The Fraternal Benefit Asso? ciation in every district in Virginia. Liberal salary and commission to right party. For information address O. A. WRIOHT. Roanoke. Va. dl.fO.OO Endowment Paid. Petersburg. Va.. Meh. 27. '06. This la to certify that I have re? ceived from John Miti hell, Jr.. Grand Chancellor of the Grand I/odge o; Virginia, Knights of Pvth ins. ? ?.. S. ?., ?., ?.. A. and A , ?llSO.OO) One Hundred and Fifty Bollar? In payment of the death claim of the late Sir Luther Oilllam who was a member of Imperial Lodge. No 71 of Petersburg, Va. Signed?Hattle V. Gllliam Beneficiary. Witnesses: W O. Rawllngs. K. of R. ft 8. Madison Lowry, C. C. Jeese Marlin. P. C. E. W. Wood. D. D, O. C. PLANNING TO OVERTHROW CASTRO Revolution kg V o zuel? to be Direct? ed From N?w York and Paris. WEALTHY HEN IN THE SCHEME rk April 2 ? Th- V. liants ?*? York sai-! thai art ! in Porti un?! ? ?fiori ;n Veoe il annihilate Castro ami . o < ap Itai at ? nan x ' > orb m t ...1 to he Ini o litare o t I ? or de let a na an Is "In lution agi r. hns convert |4 in 1 has sent it .1 at his Lorn? that i edition vns 1 ? i, but anything defletti i.l ae iiad un fhe tu) " "I would li' old Of on? of I will buy al! that ???? o.iv!. rly as to ihr ?-.??? ta to Ball fmni. if shortly ? - <?*<? '??wing quanti tie* ?G n? thousand ? - ? lies." Secretary Lrr*3 Thrown From Horte. I atagtOO, April I William I Jr.. s was while riding ? ? up that 1, be ut. ? lay or mor? ii. ? will b'? aj Hie Head Crushed to Pulp. \\ ? Hunter ?I Little, a was h ? ??? log run over ! HI? h?ad was cruche ! to a ass V Hold K?l.? On Mat Wednesday night, two bold burglar? broke in'?? Tbe Km. ? !?:. Brood to the ncludir.g sui' ? imlahlnga. Strtl match tO SO? if they had th . ? the low ?irte. ! superior quollt] being th? ?nota then so hard that they opened their pocket hooks, and left th? money on the counter for ; taken. Why don't you bay your clothlne ?se now rid the store of all the ol li in a brand new stock, of all the late.-d novelties am* gent's furnishings. ? Be their ?.'?.. I and if they do not compare f vorably with t h<> m. t chants, (hey don't want \our ? ? Now isn't that fair enough? Broa St.. I. J. Miller. Pro] We received an invitation to ption to be ter: Major Alien Allensworth up?, retirement from active duty In th? United States Army. rae ? ? ?. E Church Angeles. California. Major Aliens worth has been promoted to rank of Lieutenant-Colon. ?Mrs. Bettle Graves Mr. former matron of Um Fr lead phan Asylum, was called to the cl^ last week on account of the ! of her brother. Mr. Will,am Harris who died in Boston. Mass. The r. mains were brought to this ci burial. Mrs. McCraw rstenu her home In Oermantown. Pa. this week. Mrs. Roosevelt Calls On Palms. Havana. April 3. ? Mrs. Roosevelt and her children Fthel, Ar. hie and ejt. railed on President Palma. President Palma sent a state wharf to receive Mrs tall and the children, and nn aide de innui escorted theni to the palace y ? Sleeper and Ooanul General Stein hardt i Mrs. Hoose vcit bo the pal LOOTED MILLIONAIRE'S HOME Thief Who Got Away With $100,000 In Valuables Arrested in New York. N- s Uter a pursuit ? of three lives arrested ?.iblng n. who is Dr ? of Mint. tures and Th* ne of tlie n. :,als in the ? ounl I?r . 'hle.vt He usually irops or in ttu> sonili , la.?t winter tl?.? sfinne* maa who said right, and : e vas a Tartly out tice. -? ??. from .- k"rs a letter ask? ing why 11 ' he was :-ondn that had J-. |h t Minne tlrm of broke:? doctor starte?! at oils to ln ???it??. Nwm ?- .?--,-* ??--* ? and with . >f value In the [ insion. as well as the afe in th? de The list of valuables Of diamond* rubies, an ?G?, msny a them a ardi?al Rlche d fur.s and several valuable palatine A SUICIDE FOR LOVE Gracs Curtis, of New London, Pa., Ends Disappointment With Acid. 4?Gracs iter of Ab ?minlt ???? ?juan .1 in her bwdroom. In tern | a short time lat.r If is said that an unfortu? nate !(.\. affair prompted the deed. wing to her beauty, was t '!<"ged that Khe a Mentions of as only son of ? wealthy farmer who ?lv?a te days aao the young man left the neighborhood, and || for her absent I that thtvs are tWO other young ladies of th? orbood who are mourning- hi? ahaeace. GENERAL MILLER RESIGNS General "-pointed Head ef t-.nnsylvanla Militia. Bar- : -neral from the headquar? ters of tl.? ?? nnsyl ranla irnatloa of ?r, of Ilo. anil the apjxdntment of Gen? eral .1 ? ? 0 I ni ? f ' ? ' non in nia d piar ?lie ?-tired list and ? ? pack it's appn ni dis? tingui ! HfOar us an oil Bd of his ea while in eornmnnd of the divisi) ? and regret? that the I business prevent his narrlea Gei, -tion was adjutant nun on I I, hut was kept se rei in formal ac n of Gen? eral ted.in. FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT Crashed Into Telegraph Pols. Killing Man and Injuring His Wife. Phi | Apri: .1. While riding In an automobile through Haverford a suburb, E O. Gowlng. a member of the firm of Adams Brothers ft Co.. wiioi- ? dealer? of this city. was HI led ned hip wife wae so serious? ly injured thai net death 1 Mr Ooertai fa 11 ed to observe a rojv, that hi tke road near a building operation The rope fie glass shield of the a-itoinohil?? from its fanti ning-s. hiaitliiu ins wh?>. in manlp teartaf gear. can It CfUahed into a ? pole and V Gowine died ?? a few Is unconsclo-is nt a ho cusaion of tl br Jurles. Mr fJOUrhnf wa Philadelphia ? ? ift ft Co. Sitting .?lulnched G?.???BdatOV Bp?? Indignant. Other day tWO ?>f out ?*t? brontteeol and ?e ? ry DVOCh like calling th? Ir ihoold know better and hav?? mot?? ra< ?? pri<le. and I will say bori one was on?? of our most prominent pr?>acher's wife, and the Other >.ni nent vornan," boarded th? cars in this city and aal alnnit mid B car, and th? con? ili!? tot spoke to then in th?? rough ible and ger a ornea, git ? e fa ><>u 1 ? -it Up' git Up' ' " And inch up in a ? ut of I ' ? I am f <?ur ? ?1<>. thai '! and they are Ilk? ki< ?? it them, id be d ? ill ? :-<|li ? ? oil I 11? far oat/' "M lo I/o * * ? ? ? mu? ? had to '?' : a ? ? ? atlll will : and cuff? 1 to bin, and it O ill ;> bin fi . that Negro. Hi .! that u: t he ? t them out. and a curs?? to the race, let it be whon r it will or nay. Th.? white d for ?t Bai II u>:tt> ag a ? it h th*? thing r s Jim ?rowed with ? the Jim : inning ? Mini! atop, ? hoi ? two ladlea <>m di? do, I sitali ?-all natn?'s; mark my P? brotherhood. i\ ? ? Drt*a iantrora Ivy Leaf court, no. gg bod its ? night Pythian ? ?1er th?? ?? of the Worthy aellor, Mr. w. baooo enl of Mr< Locy ? I stiictl] first M . was in atten : in I a good crowd was pr? Worthy Counsellor Johnson and Miss M I, Chiles. (?rand Worth] r of Is. Grand Worthy Counsellor John Mitchell. Jr. : ?fri i'Uhir organizer of the Court with a ??f Planet Court. Sh?? was much pleoaod ood 'led in a ful manner. The table was i beautiful and everyone seem ed san ?:?? ?? M re, ? ..t' Lexington, Kentucky waa pr? ? : o : ? ? loO.OO endowment Paid. ril fitti. 0?S. This is to certifv that I have re ! from John Mitchell, Jr.. Grand Chancellor of the Orand of Virginia. Knights of Pyth? ias, ? i ?., A.. A. and A ($150.00) One Hundred and Fifty Dollars in payment of the death claim of Sir James Saunders who waa a number of Valley Ix>dge. No. 63 of Richmond. Va. Signed?Mary Saunders, Admto latra trio Witnesses: K. D. Brown. Bra O. Davis. ?Rev. ? rax ton Dover of Krag Co.. Va. called on ua.