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lUN 181906 6?, ^ VOL. XXIII NO 28. RICHMOND, VIKGINIA. SATUKDAY JUNE 16, MK)(?. 1MUCE, FIVE CENTS TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO CONVICT HIM. Strenuous Efforts Now Being Made to Put "Dr." T. H. White Out of Business. Gharged with Obtaining Money Under False Pretense. ? in WOR1 D ? LMED ? <?\ ? POW Di ? ? SOMK1 ni\<. \i:??r ? nntsi itm:wi l'l.viis?ihm? im>i>m \M) (?in.ii i:i\<.?BOMB PLA11? POUC1 Oil m> MM l!ll;ss|MI|.| FAITH IN \\ I ? M CRAFT AM" SORCERY.?IMK' tok m\i?f <ut?.o?M( i\\ in?? Ql ? >n<?\ 11:1.1: METHODS. of just ir.? bj : ? ?ointment? and p< H. Whit? .;?? of ? li? hlm t<? a mails ? ml. I int.? . ? I be h !>ut ! fr.'in all if d OUt "blddi it land, and ?other by Um I?? ture. w?. ? ir mon?? . Froto Ano; Ri i:i:vi: * ith a fund of nerve ?'?OSO is Thomas Whit? a Ph. I ' I mas? ' of blfl .md "pa ealled to Um a :id. - 'Tnrio Sam" $- 5 ?ito him. ? . has shown th have boon fulfilled of escaping prison i.- th:it post-office. He i1< ?I do tin?. li day How he do i? "iis Thomas G. ? of Halfii: not made known. Tlio d by Assistant I 'is triet per, who ha introducing witnesses in rapid suc? ra f?>r ? week and :< half. Moro than 1 "(i ha\ <? bei ? . can M paid .1 ber diploma a ? and of Ph. D. She says Immedial an curing her neighbors. T?o1 voting vrOBMJ : scienee" the diplomas ami thai she didn't know what Ph. D. meant. THKY BOUGHT LOVE PO\v: Other witnesses to-tiffed that they had bought "love powders, to aid them in offoctlnj? reunions with their ?hearts, and an analytical rhom ist ttstifloxl that Um "lovo powder" was a composition of sulphur, plum? bago, DChrt antl lend oxido, of no mesmeric power and no eonimorcial value. Others testified that they had bought "Dr." White's Egyptian breastplates, represented to drive a way evil influences and aid them in distress, and a siri employed a? a seamstress by "Dr." White testified that jn? made the breastplates. Mr.-? I Winder says she paid $700 for a spirit mirror and couldn't see any spirits. James Beai Salis? bury, her neighbor in Baltimore, tes? tified that he manufactured the mir? rors at $3.50 per A fifteen year old girl testified D for |S. I Which to to attract 5i>irit Baltimore dru "Dr." < Utlng attori [throw surcharg ?il $;'. for a ii.i win ut plagia H. isaye lu lo PAH? |l Madame Marv t: Windsor, a ? ':i ti?.? ?rimontai <<G "otio nf 23.000 s'u irdlng ? tii.? "hypno for hiiu 1 told how ilio ! ? ; l I I ? If In lar hoar, porallv ? planatloB lonlv had $7 ?G. . of ? : I ab ?:>iui? Iman, . ? ! . M.try H. Schul two daughters, and Ol ad, of North Carolin ? from th<? They ?i.\M ??1? G? ? ROOT." Miss Anna M. Hanson, of Brook? lyn, N. v.. bonghi "Adam from o help her hold th.> . ad to I her "mir and a ;<)f ?loth. fix?- booh 1 and I r $".. Ehe didn't it. CONTINUED ON EIGHTH G I athcr Doikm on 11 ? -i ??. Thomas B. .on <>f Baltimore was in the city this wi'i'k and called on us. isiastic ?. Tli?? annual comme-neemont of the rancis d?' Sales Institut? Monday, .Tun? lltu at Va ani lu? WM in att?-n there. This Institution is do? ing a prud work. :o: $100.0? Kndofvniont Pai?l. a., June 11th, 'OC. This is to certify that I have re 1 from John Mitchell, Jr., Orand Worthy Counsellor of the ? Oonrt of Virginia, I. O. Ca lanthe (flOd.Ot I Dn.? Hundred iK of the death-claim -ter Francs \nderson. who was a member of Auxilian' Court. No. 4 6 of Petersburg, Va. his Signed?Moses X Anderson, mark Beneficiary. Witnesses: Mary A. Mortor. Martha A. Harris James M. Wllkereon. ?: . . |.??<??? ?ra?Vrrd. Henrietta Hucl? t Ja St.. No. 104 W. was beautiful lii and the parlor In ho Mr Henderson Hendlej as they at a it was giren by M Hu RJcha ompanlt ? nnm At I into th?? dittisi of the season met tlu It was in the wee small ? .? Mrrmmrm. .1 I and Henderson H? p I EUchmond Hospital Items. ? Mr - Millr Bos ? dly. olumbla upon Mr. ? ng to 1. a I adit ion. Mr. Charlh .1 Mr. .! Wort ham ita! in an im Mr. Alex Johnson. Hos pita : ?The public schools of thi day. ?The Hampton ? will hold its sei ? Norm. (cultural Institute, Jun?> ".'Till to and a large ; ?Invitation .noun? ine;' . the wedding <?! son to Mr. Joseph p The ? i ! 1 t a ! ? ! .Inn. . : 1 ?. M at Asburv M. B. Chun ?!r. William .Miller. prop: of Miller's Hotel has opened a Arat? ili for the dispensing rdtala and il ; rages [at NO. Ti: x. Second St. He will al? iso be ah)!? to a.conimoda? of his hotel, who wiil ha\ ? , ly a short d. > walk. ?Pi B, of the Virgii. College at Lynchburg, Va. called on us las; He was somewhat in? ning ready to ad-j the Interest? of lus institution as soon as he returns from the va-j cation that the Board of Tr?. ? to him. The delegation from the city will for Staunton next Monday at 2 P. M. via C. & O. route to attend j the annual session of the Grand Lodge of Virginia, Knights of Pyth? ias and the Grami Court. ? The Pythian Cadets will leave Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock to take j part in the parade that day. They will reach Staunton at about 12:30 'and leav?> tiure that night after (midnight reaching this city at 7:30 ' in the morning. | The indications are that there will ' be a large delegation this year. The Grand Court. Independent Order of Calan the will also be In session lo? binomi X?m mal 9? ' ?h at \ ? '. :nn. \ \1? Walker. bool. Uhs t. by Mr '?? Hall rulf), ? ?? - ?hn, VIII, ? ? I ! ? ! ! it. \\ M< Hi: Jui I : 9. 1 ? G June. | 'land Bow 1er, M L. I ri ? . \\ \ \ ? ?:i>?Tv o ! aroman to d? ? : ?shjng land bouseglrl. Mother and J Apply ! mover St. ?"? Ball* l?.i\. The following program wiil h? : at tho Piral Baptist Church, Sunday, Juno 17th. IS 0?Sunday School Rally by ? 11:11 Sermon on Christians Oiv Dr ! B, Simpson Sj>oclal Ifu-J the 1st Bapi irch Choir.i A liberal oslertng to the Lord I 3:30?There will bo a Rally Song Servi. Oat Hundred Voleos will render tin ? pro gram has been ; ? ? for this 8:19 Osi mon, R<\. J. ?. ? ?. Th. Special Music by the First Baptist Church Choir. A lib? eral Offering to the Lord is expected It is hoped by the Pastor, mem 1 | nds that 3unday. Juno lTfh. ii)f>6. ma] be ? the history of the church on 'account, of raising $-.500 the bal ! ance due for rerent repairs to the ciiureh. Dear frend you are ask en to help, will you? W T. JOHNSON*. D. D.. Pastor B. P. VAXDERVALL, Ch. Clerk ?:?:? ?Rev. Thomas D. Atkins of Greensboro, N. C. in pompan ' with Mr. Wm. L. Dean of Manchester. Va. called on ui this week. The Rev ereml was enroute to Plalnfleid, N. J. ? ?. ? Joseph r? lo? ,ik ? ? Wl iiiat ? rote their su; f the ? ould ?ir "utb, the hado , Id he b : ot btllK Too ?inly who Know him to qi ? thine more and t . fri. uds .>r then ? them. true, I who res a f. . . ?ful of ; and of all the republi? : the Di and ?.?? of Ohio, could b d to on ?-fior* in our behalf. And : ?pti-il a course In d? suit???! to win ? particularly of the him to b Again do m >' remind our p. a "c: ' national ftly needed ly at -li. I). C. durim? of congi. ?land, O Sal li.ipti-t I Inn. li Rally. Th?> rally a* lent ser? pere preached by Revs. John and H. l.. Williams, B. D. r W. F Graham haptized twen t\-thr.?.? at the morning service. The rally will wind tip to morro* when s C. Burrell will preach in the morning and Rev. W. H White at ! night. Communion and reeepti ? w members in the afternoon. ? All the clube and those who hold ' books, gleaners and cards are re? quested to report on time. RXIOHTS OP ????? IS Ornad ?hatueiior Miicb.ii Sneaks ? be um \. %x ? ...?-, ? bere, \n F.ntbus1?sti<- Audience. ito? lohn Mi' , ? t? of Richmond. and i : Chancel C M H? son, Sir W. E. Williams. Sir W Willlara Mit. h, H. Sir William Winston . ?, M ? ar enlng. ? tllor W;. ? Mr. lohn Mit? ? ?l the ? i In ? * Sir .I). I He ? . ? RaudS "? ? il.iiilhi- < All . An anna ? TAYLOR, Attention! The shall id of April 3rd Of I culur letti caUoa - harmonious arra the futur tattoal is well set m t . mind. Thin : ! that all may work together A fio ation sattoa ra noi leu than want tn ra in bate to be r. ? the time and place of : lac. Richmond, July '?;, at Hall, at 8:00 P. M. J. C. RANDOLPH. Pre: . 1203 W. Moore 8t. J. THOMAS HE WIN. Sect'y. 603 N. Second Street. ?Subscribe to the PLANET. Only One Dollar and Fifty Cents per year. Benurflss and BsaeeC. ace at dawn. '. wait the of light on tree ami lawn, lieht shimmer in ? Drink in om land and Inhale the perfume laden air. >ur forth gl? .ir morning ; ? about, O, what ? ,.s troni his chamber of the ni^ht, .nly shrin I h and ad. Till .Ml ??' it h ru : ? Whi. : PAI ? ? \ M ) I ? i' M Al rib indir. Paltos Parh < losed? the : hood in Injunc - ? ' until ' of. LKWIS???? H. Th. | of Mr Davi.i T. in Washington, D. C. .lune iti. I> ?. of t: a Baptist Chor. M()s>??*\\ l> The bmot?si ?? ? a E. Moss will take Nth. I F' M at tl >nd Liberty Baptist Church, ? Re a from .",::?? un Hi 9:30 o'clock All friends are invi!. Many Thank*. Mr and Mrs. Thomas H. W return many thanks to their num? erous friends for the various remem? brances on the occasion of their mar? I rlage.