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SATURDAY.U'UII, 1 I. I ?01
Emteir S^i?iid?^y Dia
?' : -'ina ?
he ?pontifical high
rry ? sud everj walk iu life.
? on this ? .
?b of !'
and . With b
In a di
the main altar are the at;
? of the
diplomat!?? cot : to tiie holy
on-l while throughout tbe
At 1 be order to pi ?
hui leert s high !" fl
' to the
cbunb. Marching In front is a pia?
follow the va
"f the po cbold
In ? 1
.Now UM - ?
f omo by
? dad in
the platform on
? the pop upon tle'ir
rabou the tbi
high dlgnltsrles Of UM papal iiuirt.
white but which
111 Of h
\- ! . ;.s through the throng
of ? lletlon
?pon all : ' hi arm
OOSlj lips pro
??? SSTNO THE WO'
ami cheer him, waving their hats uu'?
'Ilo? high ma-?? following ?;?"?? Ih
?grand cii'i ?ucte.? with all tbe
pomp and circumstance? the church of
Bonn? has at command for festl?
after rJaarcb is mer tbe pope
is carried back to his :
the same ceremoni????. that mark?
Til?? pascha! celebrations In th??
?al ?'ity in the tiiiu~? when th?? pop??
reigned aoprems over th?? seven lulls
and "blessed tbe world from the
of St. Peter's <>n Bsater morn" were
more Inii'ii.than tlio-e of today.
"l wit ii.?--.?. I tin- spectacle m
when I was a boy." say-, a widely
trai.?!.-1 American, "but its grande-ur
la still fresh in my mind. I rem.'ml.er
that ?-nr party repaired to St. I
place at daybreak. The? im:
raquero woo thr.mg???! with a dens?
of natii ohtblc
"greetings, and strangers who, like our
-, watched the incidents of the
day with the impatlem-i? born of ex
poctaiicy. The greater part fat the pa
pal army WSS drawn up in the center
Tin? regiments had donned their
y uniforms, and the standards
elriiggUil braii-ly ?? ith the morning
iTe'se-ntly deep settled
over the immensi? assemblage. Pio
1 by a ret mue of magnifi?
cently mi.i.-i prelates, ?bad spp
In the- loggia. 1'ie -'.inbeams play?-l
tRVrOOOOOty :.l.out tin? glittering tiara on
! row, Ml;?) the kindly face of tin?
pontiiT expr? aoed k?ve and coin passion.
.Now hO -ir-i.lieel forth ?botai ha
if t<? jdace? ihein on the 1?>,???ni
In-low and iu a huid voice proponiti e-1
the worlds stesali vos.*
"A momenf later the cannons of the
'Mole ..f ?? ? Irtaa' in the castle? of St.
Angelo earned the glad ??ding* a
the verlaus bands iu the s<junre struck
up the Te Heum,' and the crowds
broke forth ?n jubilant 'vivae.* "?Lou
laville CourteT Journal.
EASTEK IN GERMANY.
s?rjala? ? nsl.iu.? Oltsrrvrd ?.? the
?;r?r?a? llnronlnl l.lslra.
In <;.-r.:. ? er?*?
' hj th.? peasantry.
At sunrise on I ?:.?? is
later anthems u?
? to ths a? compani
assai ? at orcbes
ig them. Thee the
^u??-t*? assemble in
the irreat bai" of tft while tbe
entlr. . .iu??ut passe? lu review
BBSS carry?for they march
to erbat ?lepnrtment they belearg and
le also emblematical of the Ufe and
death Sf tin? Saviour <>r <?f s.eiiething
eannseted Iswiswllh The
man carries a tub whit?? us snow con?
taining a large doll intended t.? rep?
tile Infant .Jesus; the woodmen
???? ? Shlalng hatchet. Its bright blade
driven into a small cross of soia?? black
wool, tin? gai large l?.?u.piet
?uriiiiuint?-il by a rete W ? SB. thorns, the
.1 in the form
of a s??pulchcr; the housemaids a
broom wrapped in srhltfl bleaa?
atical t>f the Saviour's winding sheet;
the nl.icksiifiths a ham
sent the Imple
ruent?, which nailed liitn to I
while the ? orini: up the rear.
el in baud and ?-iirryi;
stone sent the one which
rolled BW ab.
As etieh pair pass the rnaater of the
hotisi. tb?-y make a profound obelssnce
aud receive troni him a gift of money.
ehest.ed for many generations and is
universal on nil the ??
? ..?t.lon at F.na??-r Time.
All ? ' ?srned out
into ' ter time. Of
easjrsa ? Bendaj is a*oasewhat
ijuiet Snd sol???r. motel of the ? ?
bllity ?:";ii-: to church. I
I ?lid.-iy. upon which
the whole popul ap to
'tiirth. ? re all hnve
y and are crowded lo the ?
as they continue to I?.? throughout the
-. which In 1 I con?
tinue for t wo
under the an ?f Lent,
itself up to all manner of
ties _ *
r 1? tlie Karlr Chareta.
ed uo lit"
m the early church, tin? greiit
-t upon the foiirtei'iith
dny ? Jewish month, or ?
ero ? t on the
chumim: tbat this more marly coin
metnoniteil the I ion >?f ?
In :'?-"? the ????un. ?i ??f n?> >? ??.?.??.????? ?a
?? usage and brand
ed the eaetern custom as the "?juurto
d???cltii.'n hen ** "
EtaatrrtlUe I?, Hills lile.
There are uu
on tl BTS all
? .tinsi, ai .e of 'em
wear? s ta aire ??????;??? ?.
re not exitclly as Hush as
thev ::..-?!?! I ? rda* WO took
our rule and killed four Jay bird? for
our Mit?? t.? trim her hat with.
Just this a Unit It: ThlltM
.- triinni:: . ? r the
ground, but e??rt.;inly nil the bill.
IB mini;, ?
establishment in connection with our
\\ .? have Bold enough Faster lille?
Is so clear ?ml
bfleetifUl ] ? bill collector
ig a .?nailer of a mile sway.
Orlaln of fase l.slrr laa.
Lain. is'i!.. ? frotn tin?
id Roman?, who ?
eggs, und tmdoiil.t
a? ar for their pagan festi?
vals. At any rat?
have ah? aya been tiscri!??>?l to eggs In
times gone by. ami C.s.irius von HfltS
?, who wrote In the middle SgSS,
Many stories of bewitched eggs.
Tiny were sai.l to Ih? able to fly of
their own accord tow aid the sun. anda
ed egg WHS believed to
have basa latti by a rabbit, which egg
When hat. bed prodi: disk.
An Appropriate Hymn.
? .?r ?in tioii of hymn?
lin- raassd mort? than one minister se
rlrOUR mortification. ? minister in an
iiime in tin? ? bool of his
rdinrcb, Each child preeani was te re
ceiv.? : t-gg. ami when It I
time for this part of the programme
the minister rot dal:
??\?.? win aae
to Cheer M Lays.* after which the
Kaater .Mondar In lt.ili.arlu.
In Bulgaria young men and \\
I r Monday, contre
In the ?burchi aid attired In holiday
dress, nml indulge in social gain.?- ?.
during these games a girl nlloWB ther
handk. r.hief to Ik? taken away by a
man this Is a ? proposal
Bad a??'-epiaiu??? The next day her par?
ent? send a jug of a ine to him as a
token ot tiieir approval
An KaOpllMi? liiisl.r I ??
A very rare specimen :?eora
iion. a? it was practiced In l.trypt, is
shown in the Detroit MnasesB of Ari.
The etchings on th?? shell follow tlie
asme general design as rtfl the paint
lngs i?f men ami ?uiuial? recently
found in Cairo.
Be master of yourself L.? not be the
slave of habit or of poverty or of so
; tion or of time, but ?land facing
life, tho uii?r??w mil king of circum?
stance, and in it ?11 plan for eternity.?
Rev. C. C. Pierce, Baptist, Los Angeles,
OEER HONT TAKES
PLACE IN CHICAGO
AN ESCAPED ANIMAL SPREADS
PANIC IN CITY S STREETS.
PEOPLE FLEE FOR SAFETY
One Policeman Injured Before It Is
Captured and Returned to
Home in Lincoln
Chicago.? -Pursued In wild night by a
wild thnuig of ?Solle? and other meu and
boys, a big ?doer S laich had escaped from
captivity by ieapiug tbe hi*;h feme of
tbe animal erial at Lincoln .
i aacltemsot for miles out tho
North si?'? ?her dai ,
tering m??...:i and children and lea\ lug
panic in .
tiually captured at Dearborn and
Water ??;?? e It was? foro
slacken H It was brought to
In the captine. Patrolman John Foley,
of th? ' y one
of the aiiima: His clothing
The deer, on?? of 'he largest In tbe
herd in eaptlvit] at Lincoln park, .
th? ?? rral and fell on the
nrounrling the in
wsy ? Hy
that time ran alarm had ? ? and
the park ;
? ?. by
mounte I ? n ?suit was
!. the unique
and hou-? agers.
pursuit of the
WHgii. traffic ?
the doer ? ; s.uith
whii :. ? path.
The animai. from
side ? who gath
In an?! nut among the w
I : that place Police?
men Joba Kelly were
^ed a rope
and It was
VOlunt ; tive.
who hurried to the
s ere not ?re.
Hnnps from Railroad Trestl??.
towoc, V. hadeburg
un! that of his four
id son tin other day l>> clinging
to the rita mw
arm m ?? I train passed,
: the city with his
two itoys aim boy had
trailed In ? ? .. heard a
? y, but ?? : the
Bg from the side of tho
bridge id held on until
the train had pea sad. Si s arm
was bail!> . was eom
n h.n assistance
Is Half Cat. Half Rabbit
London many who dispute
the e\ ? rabbit hybrid
I am prepared (wrP ??lent
of th? ?Balletts) to land one in
. of $20.
Its bo. fur rave those of a
cat, and it ? ats meat.
On the rather lend it has bunny's legs
and a -*npy tail, about an
:a an upright atti?
tude ?m i'- hind and runs
along rabbit fashion ami eats grass as
well a? EB
AMERICANS IN MEXICO
SEE CANNIBAL FEAST.
Wealthy Spaniard Killed and Eaten
by Band of Indiana in Cam?
City of Mexico.?A party of Philadel?
phia engin. ol whom claims to
be H. L. Strung, has ..rrived in this city
from Campeche ami tells s yarn which
m l'I " tal ?? 11 f?aTB?Sala*?aa^
seems hardly conceivable, although the
entire party vouches for each statement
and says that but for a marvelous inter?
vention of provldem?? they would
have reached tbe capital to relate the
It is a re? ItaJ of awful savagery,
which hi the
heart of a foi? b?, where
several Americans were forced to see a ?
THJB IN! Dia??
I and his
bloody trunk desecrated by the In
who, with their shar?-ene rj ni a
cut off lung strips freni sroond the ribs
and heart and masteo tl. them
vi ah ei Ideal relish.
The Philadelphia; nt to
Yorkers, and urtins, oui
: old thai
that they would doaaythirag
; id in the
rnpeche, who w
them the timber. Re was ?Don F
employed the guides, ami si
be well until alunit nightfall ol the fifth
day. When the party ?? :i the
be jungle and near
?he Spam wn to
with a terrific blow BSVsre I hi
from his body. Instantly 11 ?
of the Indians at taV eeming to
sprina; up from every side.
Tin?? :iard and the
the ratter by tbelrshowof BB1
then proc?ee?!ed to dismember the I
tbe luck -r The
? t up
against trees In the full piare of the
VOOd fire, and wer* flu?s compel??
Watch the? disgust | '.
?I a st rip ??f the qui
flesh of the trunk. Tab thej
ate. often ret urn inn* tot "another chunk
While the first was |
Ing them that It was a ?.
nlgh? ilenly dls
?red with then nd went to
I the i". The
| Am?" ra sad lost
I In tbe S
Carni ? any?
around I '
HUNTER'S NARROW ESCAPE
Classed by Lion and Dragged Head
Downward by Terrifled Horse,
But Livts to Tell Story.
Job ? let
who, with sev?
woo?: igny was riding
in ail? . win? h li.
Lord and Lad) V..Herford, when he
;h a full-grown lion
animal Cap'. ?.? ? ? ? I hied,
1 akillg l!. . ?1?.N teeth.
the ?captain was
: downward by the
ten if.???! h ?ion in full pur?
suit. Ihe rider, abo was unable to re?
lease him ?
his horse with ?ut a wel!
bullet from on? ? : arty laid th?
low, and at tl. moment the horse
lnstin? lively pulled up.
memlier.of tl.? who rsaSO has the
record of If ? : i;ulte
an excitn.. in connection
with this expedition When quite alone
he su? four lions. His
only w?.?:.;?.??. ? ? ?lver. with which
he shot '?:: .... The other
took ti> flight, hut the Winin?led
animal came d the man and
bis horse. Tl I man kept on the
blind '". ?however, and
empti- ? r into its body,
Lansing. Mich ? tree that might
be said to ha?.? taees inhabited was cut
down near North tensing. It con?
tained a ara I. ten flying
?squlrr? owls and a ekunk,
the latter boia from the
ground. The tree produced 1,600 feet
of lumber a:. rds of wood
The Needy One.
Disguste??! I -hall leave my
money to the poor and needy.
uncle; I a ?! pos wouldn't
lssve me out
A tSbronlc Compaint.
t<?r. mi ,f order. I
see don1.- -
?How long ! been reading
meters for th?? >.iny?"?Judge.
?- ? Attitude.
He fadmirin. ? re not the sort
of girl to ? ?elf away.
She ( insinua: ?m? J but you
mlSbt ask father -Tit-Bits.
! "How can a man possibly be wort.??
flOO.000 a year to any corporstion?"
"By persistently declining to an?
WOMAN IS BITTEN BY
HER MANIAC SERVANT.
Little Two-Year-Old Boy Prevents
His Mother from Being Killed
by the Mad Domestic.
Sioux City. I a. \ ? and
bitten by I
Sttdden ly I ll mania.
William MmIs?, of t?.
owe? her life to her two-? ear-old son.
The aOaaBflUc had Mis.
Malst by a Si*--?? -r if Charity, win? kn?'W
nothing of her. Ix:t it i-- known now she
had bad fits ?>? iu->.nit> M
li?e au se of her q . told Miss
wouhl have tO
Wi" limit any warning save a wild
shriek, her eyes rolling, tb
woman picked up her mistress and with
a maniac'?, strength hurled her across
??G " II IN
the kitchen Be
: : t waa
again apt ?
Intention uf thro?
choking oi ith.
vainly ??.????? ofl b<
tie child, I
with all bis 111
In that Instant Ml ? the
door she h a. At
and r-uiik .i,fi?r
until she Bhrb
ned her ? Mrs.
Malfl agala ?
to e?cai?e. but ?galG ? I and
Kate? Reasonable. All th?
e? ? ol Monte at 49
Orders n?c??iv?sl by letter oar t-aliigispi*?
ft Us BOOK I I: I I I I V. I? II.
Ill ST ? CIS?
aid M. -mi st . sseart, ? ?
Anvoi-eaenrttna a ?Ueoh ??. may
A tandaomel?/ Ullis? ral e.l week Ir t
' i.nv ?.?lei.tlfl.? ?..urtai. ? ? -fa
? . all tiewe.lealer-,
MUNN 8 Co.3e,Bw-*"' New York
(?????, 4aS r St- Waal??!??' I??
Old Yacht Club,
Will Satisfy the lover of tbe right
kind of stimulant. Hpe-rlal padce-a.
We bave ?Il grades of g?H?d liquors,
t'ignrs and Tohacco. Cell fand Bee
ISAAC STRAUS & CO.,
422 E. Broad St.,
GEORGE O BROWN,
999 ?. ??n.l St., Kichiiioml, Va.
Fine? l'hntoRratehi Trn.? t<> I.if.?. Hlk'hpIasM
servir??. I,nt"Mf iiiii>r?iv.'!in??? ?itraph
I.? Out ? ?????ut.??l
ttiiint??? and Pronai iras Balere
e?d from Old in??it?t?t.?-? ?>r Phot
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ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE
Long Distance Itaoiae?. 70*2.
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Every Facility Conalstent With Fine
Catering. Special Attention
Suppers, Balls, Installati).,
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AddresE all communlcatloTS to
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t It .n I l M N tri St.,
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n Street Care Pass My I3o*or.
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40? B. Baker Street.
Chartered June 14, 190?. C^o-4*?J
ucational. Tbe only Colored Col?
lege In Vl'gtnla for a thorough
course In Medicine. Dentistry and
Pharmacy. Seealon: 1901?190?
begin? Oct. 2. 1906.
For further Information, write.
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tnar rise? to
aratesi ? -??v.r
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ail parta ol
lUlry in.w.1 ,
?r. F. P Y.Wtti?Z?tV
?Phone 2? is 113 W. Leigh -t
John H. Braxton
aHEAL ESTATE ov LOANS
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INVESTMENT COMPANY. .-gasss,
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\\ tie-n le-nding mamey,
Wlii-ii teorrtiwlng anoory.
When you avant en catate
When you have Real Estate for
Just rail Phone No. 41?*.
?J. J. CARTER, President.
W. F. DENNY, Secretary.
No. 717 N. 2nd Ht.
Ikn?Qbto of ?pctbia-e,
?. ?., S. ?., ?. ?., ?. AND ?.
This organization is one ??f the in .s. ? iwerful in the country and its
progress has been phenomiual. The Grand Lodge of Virgini ? h is juris?
diction over all of the cities and counties in tli: :l
are required to organize ?? new Lodge. The b titute
of its strongest features, but the principles are greater than anytfa
i ^v ST^lbt^i e*se' Fonnded ?? -^fetidship, based on Charity and established ?a
\5$&?*n^W:? nevolence, the respectable, upright people of the state will find it au order
\^C?c?^ft/ worthy of their heartiest support.
It pays an endowment and burial benefit of o? - ? t\>!- al It
pays $4.00 per week sick dues. The badge costing 75 ceni ? is the
only absolutely necessary regalia. For information concerning the organzaition of loi.
apply at the main office.
The Courts of Calanthe
Is the Female Department of the Order. It requires a membership of
thirty persons to organize a court. Its members are pledged to exhibit
Fidelity, exercise Harmony and prove Love one for the other. It p.
an endowment and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $3 00 per week sick
dues. The only expense for regalia is the cost of the badge, 50 cents and
a rosette, costing 2 s cents for funeral occasions.
THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Department also con?
stitutes a feature and persons cannot do better than to enter the little ones into this mystic
circle. The expense is nominal and the benefits all that could be expected. It pays from
$1.00 to $1.50 sick dues and death benefits of from $30.09 to $40.00. If you have noPythian
Lodge or Coutt or Band ira your neighborhood, orgrnize one.
For all information concerning the Children's Department address,
Mrs. Anna Taylor, \V. M.,
120 W. Hill ?St., Richmond-, Va.
For all information concerning special rates of JOHN MITCHELL, JR.,
membership in the lodges and courts, address 311 N. 4th St., Richmond,