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READING SHRINERS LAID_TO REST Funerals of California Wreck Vic tin: y Attend THE CITY IS IN MOURNING K?*e''.'nc P~ chapter in the aa omlng of the Shrln? r? frcm the arene of the California ama enacted here when a large number of sorrowing frieade fol is remains of ? ?tlchard to their last hartes Evmp <?*? placed In one gr.? lid not ac? company I - Waif'? committee of errs and was rire alarm eri 17 ti:: ? : . - ? with pitiable sp dang Kahler, waa I Servi????- .v. r ? ?..? ? Bentos St.v.tz ? at Charle An Mr. and 111 Berv: ? ' All ? self a eli bave < es. i?? bers end R?e each - ' asonic Hsll .? Raja! gj ve in? : when .ta In full unif??rm were on hand to art as a gnsrd Of honor wh< Seaii srsn .?rs An en? tire troop of the Ft*t.? constabulary, to? gether vrlth th< fore??, were on ban?! They were caHed t:; little more than SBt people from blocking the ap proaches to the stati No such sad event has ev the history of this city, and when the train with its burden of dead complet? ed Us SflO-mil? journey aerose the coun ' was received with a solemn de? monstration such as ie seldom witness? ed anywhere. The fairest flowers, bought by members of the Masonic order along the train route, were pil*-d in the ears 1 r" the train bearing the wreck victims was run lato the station on one side, while that carrying the survivors and friends of th? -lead was brought in on another. Those in the second section who went through the wreck and th Uli the story were: Mr and Mrs. A. J. Levengood. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Tyson.. Mr. and Mrs Fred Mertz. "? ter Essl'-k, Mr* H P. BsadsJ and her daughter. Helen, and Clarence Sem bower. They were quickly escorted to carriages- that were in waiting and driven directly to their homes. The funerai car, almost buried In flowers, contained the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hruinbach. Mrs. W. W. Essi? k. H. K. tiittleman. 0??rge F. Hagvnman. ?. ? Handel. J Doug? lass Hippie. O. F. Kauffman. ? Miller. A L R th C O. Stoffe. W. B. Stolta. Richard Mah 1er, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Snyder and Miss N'ora Stolti. Th?? other iSSd of the Rajah Tempts party who were brought in on tiie train were Charles F. Henrv, of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hllenbogen. of Allentown, and Howard Mover, of Hasleton. Their bodies were taken from the train be? fore it reached this < Governor Stokes Cuts Appropriations. Trenton, N. J., May 22. ? Go\ etokes signed the supplemental ap? propriation bill, but not until he had vetoed items aggregating $106.00?. One of these was an additional appro? priation of $10.000 for stone roads. An? other item was that of $4760 for the purchase of an JJ^nssobUe for the q> *^* ? ? m ? mw -?^?*^wawea?aassasasaaaas?sjai perlateat of motor vehicles lev use In apareheadlag offsoders aarain??? automobil? apeed laws, OthSf items cut were th? appropria' I StOOS for the remocaJ to this state of the remains of General Phil Kearney ani several appropriation? tor monuments FIVE MILL MEN KILLED Wer? Cremated In Furnace Explosion at Pittsburg. Two Americans. well known mill men. and thre? for I -eted sad four for? eigners w?are B4 r irne? when an rred at th? Eliza Fur 1 of the J?>nes ?ft Leughlin Steel company, in the Kaslewood dis? trict Of I of a crew of 10 mon Jeut hap? pen??? ? ?.aped un inju: Thf isala tant '. John A. head blower, and three unknown foreigners. occurred without a mo I warning. The 10 men ware about rea<iy to draw off the molten metal when the or? slipped, falling to th?? bottom of the furnace. Th? heavy weight of the ore forced the gaa terrific pressure through the first dust catch< - -vas unable to stand the strain and therefor?? horat A tre? mendous roar accompanied the break? ing of the dost catcher and before the men ? were oaught by the flames. Williard. Weit and the three foreigners were directly In frwnt furnace. The five other men -ral yards. For fully 10 minute? the flam???? before the furnace for a | men and when gas was turn???! off only a ? ?* men w< ? th? first flasV -fore they GIRLS NAILED IN BOXES Sulphur Fumes Expose Ingenious jggling Scheme. ? Japai. by sulphur fu . to be ini ? rage pas m San ? rhan* and An en a; an. . ? ?ge was G arfts quan low. rt time violont and ??? ? was h? ard in the f: ? < fncwre of th? ahfi> fearing that a pet (?n im ie sulphur fun resi rus of sneex pine ? On < girl a ; ? box. which wsj -om. WILL FIGHT UNIONS Manufacturers to Raise $1,500.000 to Oppose "Industrial Oppression." 500.000 to ?htlng "in? dustrial o| the next years James W. Van <-.f the Nati A sao . Manufacturers, a: annual convention In this city. Van ('leave apixdnted a <?< tee of SI manufacturers to find a way to raise the money. ive announced his plan at the conclusion of his annual ad dress. In leb he de clare?! the the asso to malntn. tho boycott; limitation of apprentice* and limitation of output, and to op? posa dictai ion by labor natone H? also declared that the manufacturers must combat the newer ii-suo? - by th? determination of labor union leaders to terrorisa :dant. eon gre-s. Judges and Juries. MRS. GOULD WANTS DIVORCE Charges Husband ?With Cruel and Inhuman Treatment New York, May 21. ? Clarence Sbcarn. counsel for Mrs. Howard Gould, said that Mrs. Gould's suit for permanent separation from her hus? band has been filed in th? suprem* court, but the papers in the caae have not been served on Mr. Gould. Mr. Shears said that Mrs Gould brought suit on the ground of cruel and inhu? man treatment covering a period of more than three years. Tbe lawyer also declared that the suit will be tried In open court, adding: "Mrs. Gould desires that ful pub? licity be given to It and she refuses to spare any one engaged in the plot against her." Mrs. Budgin Returns. Wilkes-Barre. Pa.. May 21. ? Mrs. Simon Hudg'n. who was reported to have been murdered and whoso hus? band was detained by the police in connection with her disappearance, has returned to her home near bare. She says she had been employed as a domestic in New Haven. Conn., but gave no reason for her mysterious dH appearance from home. Hudgln has sworn out warrants for the arrest of those who accused him of killing his wife Colored People Condemn Roosevelt. Boston. A resolution con demnin< President Roosevelt and Sec? retary Taft ss candidates for the presi? dency, and supporting Senator For aker. were passed at a mass meeting of color? d inopie la Hall. T-e meet nr a by the Massacnu j FuaJ Com -:<>: ?Don't forget to patronize those arfeo advertise in The PLANET. MEMORIAL DAY Something of Its Origin end a Prophecy as to Its Future. By MAJ. GEN. FRED. D. GRANT ? idea of this beautiful cas-! torn waa first suggested and ' made a | holtaaj ? by (sea. John A. ljogan. lie I was a thoughtful man. swayed by sen- j timent of tie- Mr t, and a eloe? student of l He read much snd frequently rt-f'-rred to Bistort ? s In his speeches. a. Logan was inclined to be heroic, and ao after the war. after reading much ab ??autl ful customs of the ancient Greeks in honoring I monies and flowers at annual fes? tivals. It I i in in a moment of inspiration th.. le and popular !ionor the c! a untry In a similar ? d that to rraves once a In the ? with Its flowers and b: would awaken new *? and ut among the It was a fact, as he well knew, that near. household had lost ativea or dear fri**: ? Inspira? tion awoke a response in every heart and his n v and ' ? importance. Grand Army posts were established All and : ? , Day I It was a da . a ranks of a day ? and hav? ing a ally, unt. b!ic are > on Memorial da> a<* an ordinary na? tional hi - Hud it not been for the deep reli? gious sentiment, with prayer.? church t? ' or of the ? would from the ? in all probability have : wi'h the noise and dis? play h of July. I natcL? >us aentiment has -?htful, and li : Baa firing wa have goat tion?countr> -making the day mor?? like a festival tban a day of n.? . .ide. I think it is a baaitlfttl idea, this -atinR th** graves of those who sacrificed th?:r lives In the t: dous days of th?? war and purely out of patriotic devotion, and it is a pity Indeed that public sentiment Is grad? ually changing and we are forgetting the solemn 1? sons taught by the war and of the sacred meaning of honor? ing the dead?drifUng away and mak? ing the sacred festival more and more a common holiday of races, noisy pic? nics and having a good time general? ly, with no particular sentiment ani? mating the thousands who should take a higher view at Memorial day. HE MADE New Jersey Private Mistook Violin Resin for Shaving Soap. "A aoldler named Kd Morton." aald a veteran from New Jersey, "was one of the quickest men with the fiddle I ever listened to, and he carried it with him to beguile camp life. A fellow named Charlea Foster waa his tent mate, who. having discovered a slight down on bis chin, endeavored to coax it forward by frequent ap? plication of his razor. "One day Charlie waa boasting of a cake of shaving soap he had found, and said that he had used It twice, and had found it just fine. He offer? ed to lend it to Morton. When the 'aoap' waa produced Morton ex? claimed: 'Why, if there ain't my resin that I have been looking for mors than a week.' "There was soap enough in the brush to make lather and Charlie thought he was using soap when h? had the fiddle medicina" Need of the Average Man. . sar's wife," remarked the dls paaaer of shopworn quotations, "was I .n " age man Is not a Cae? sar," ? the casual observar, what he needs is a wife who H' !ng suspicious." ? Chicago ? Texans Testify. attaBBai ? roe ? Irai rage.) said l ?shoot 1 o wan M<> ?.'s story, he tO I ? way to lie Doiu j would sol aai ning I li?? tl ; : and 1 fire a low him ! ? him. as the men sa.v* him ai atan i' id of the, : 'uni pia? Had Of I witness an ?r Foraki ;t iffectlag will again ta;. .? hang ? .! ill ? .. ' ? ? I I It ? * ? M^kWA]S AU0<BB>a>aBs>aBaw>aBB>a>BB>i tain ' ?? ? or th lit fr< _ ? h ' ' ? yard was] is itaadlnj aaujl arai about the I : olina and who occupied 1 : tbl Miller of Um ino t?i!<! id filili)-? .! floor and - >lng the shooting of Laieutenant Ice Domi: and Use Hi horse. As G?-11. Kenn? d ?? heard < ? got him," and ; other ? itftoa which he could no- . h. Aever, h?? ? Q : .Ne? groes. \vhi!.> he cagali n<~>t identit lothing of the shoo?? a. they were all dressed alike, and 'hat fact and tho nition of . ,ilces con\. him they were colored soldiers. \ . r\ Ixw I tat?- l.\. ursion Tickets to Jtichinond, Va., and Return via Southern Railway, Account Con ??*<???G???? \?????G.???- Itcunion, May ?O | to June 3. IttOT. Very low excursion rate tickets! will be on sale by the Southern Rail? way to the public oa May 26 to June ?o7 for the abovrt occasion. For i particulars Inquire of Agents. :<>: ! riendship Rapttst Church. Friendship Baptist Church. 412 North Third Street Services: Sunday School. 9 o'clock A. M. Services, 11 o'clock A. M. Night Services. 8.3ft o'clock P. M. Friends are invi :o: Notice I Dr. R. C. Brown, formerly of Washington. D. C. has opened Dental Parlors in Nickel Sayings Bank Building, 29th and Leigh Sts. Take Clay Street Cars to 29th and Leigh Streets. < Great Hair StraigKtener and Grower Most Wonderful Discovery ever made for curly, kinky and knotty hair? Makes hair grow long, straight, soft and silky; cures dandruff and stops falling hair. Kink-ine acts like magic on the hair. S) Kink-ine Is No Experiment. It was discovered by It. Roberts, a famous English chemist, who has maul e study of the scalp of colored people for the peat 80 years, and who, after much time and experience, has prepared this great tonic for the colored people. This chemist say? that his experience and study have taught him that the scalp of the colored people requires a special treatment and after laboring and testing these many years he baa discovered the greatest RIJMIM'Y the WORLD has ever known for the HAIR of colored people. KINK INK will make the hair GROW from on? to three inches per month, if the direction? and instructions are care? fully followed oat We have many cases on record where the above results bave been obtained, and we do not hesitate when we make these claims. KINK IMO is the only safe preparation in the world that is guaranteed to make tbe hair straight and make dry bair smooth and stop it from breaking off and falling out; takes out all the kinks and knobs, cures dandruff, makes the hair ?oft and ?Iky. and by nourishing the root? gives it new life and vigor, restoring it to natura! color. Read what Miss Elisabeth Jones of Chicago eaye of KINK INK: "My hair was not more than three inches kmg when I commenced to use Kink-ine. six months ago. I have need it steadily since that date and it has grown on an aver? age of two inches each month and it is now more than fifteen Inches long. Besides, my hsir has become almost straight and I fully believe by the ead of the year I will have the moat beautiful head of hair of any colored lady in the world." SPECIAL OFFER.?To prove the quality and saperlorlty of ?or goods over all others, we will sell ?aie fall-ale? bottle of Klnk-lae, prier SS cents, oae cake of Klaa-lne Soap, the heat Shampoo and Toilet Soap la the world, pri?e SB ??ruta, hoth for aa-ly SO ?ceats, or ala bottles and ata eake? of soap for S3.0O. Special offer good oa.lv at the followtaer ?torear Owens & Minor Drug Co., 1007 E. Main St. A FLAG OF TRUCE, I . I :ife at WHEN COLUMBIA CROWNS HER DEAD <By T. C. HARBAUGH. WHa! 'ntAth ?ay ? I see With here And there An ? ?? fo prove the weArrr r / heir them Ulk of bAttles in their youth Where side ?v side they stood And met the !s of tht foe : And ? (is silent. And eAch sole ? ? lis he Ad, For well they know this sACreddAy Colum btA crowns her de Ad. Tfu fiso hA?f-mAst is flying And the Air is filled with pas?sf Of those who by the NAtion stood through? out her trying days. When strode t^e Cod of BAttles in his fury o'er the ?And. And crimson grew PototriAc's tide And red the Rio ?r Ande ; When the CAnnon tore the cedArs in the green VAles of the South. Where now the blue-bird builds her nest deep in the mort Ar's mouth; Bui Ahi the snowy wings of PeAce Above those fields Are spreAd. And Columbi ? . like a mother, comes to crown her g sil Ant de Ad. ?^?aaajsj^sW^ No more J he Ar the rumble of the bAttle's btAAcn CAr. 7A*W to pATt the flowers /ai> to find th? woands of WAr; 1 Aear a robin singing where the colonel brA'bely died. And a butterfly is hov'ring where the legions multiplied ; The bugle is no longer heard on fields we love to nAme, And the roses bloom in bcAuty in the SACred CAmps of FAme. And down the street a mArching, with Old Glory At their heAd. Come the "bet'rAns, for ColumbiA bids them ?11 sAlute her de Ad. Sleep on, O we?rers of the blue I the meea of pr At se you've won. Sleep on the long, long summer thro' in shAdow And in sun ; The sweetest bloom thAt JVafure yields lies on the soldier's bresxst. And nevermore wAr's clArion notes sKa? bre*\? your peeceful rest ; The bAttle echoes vAnish like a distAnt CAnnon's boom. Behold) ColumbiA gently Uys a vjreAth upon ? tomh. ' 'My chi. dren ! Pesce be with ycul ' ' spesks she low wiih drooping heAd, Then she kisses aII the roses she hss La id apon her deAd. t WINSTON'S Headquarters Por IDE-CREAM and REFRESHMENTS. flt5. M FURNISHED IN EVERY STYLE ?DIN/ WTITY. SPECIAL PRICES ? ALERS AND ???? RETAIL TRADE. ^Picnics and Sunday Schools jF Furnished at short notice. ?. WINSTON, 537 Brook Ave. 'Phone, 2253. A PROBLEM SOLVING INSTI! UTION. \ YOUR HOW W ? BUYIN< BLLING, HEN RENTING PROPERTY call on the PEOPLE'S REAL ESTATE A INVESTMENT Co ? ? REALTY IN ALL Ol? ITS BRANCHG 707 North Second Street, Richmond, Virginia. Telephone, .;s54? J. J Mt. W \ii Alases! PSSes Al?\.iiulrla, La The colored people of Alexandria, .??peal to the public, to aid them : ing for the Cyclone Suff? -.-? colored ?? In want and distress. Any tiling in the line of contributions and subscriptions will be thankfully and distributed among the . all moneys to PRINCE ASKAZUMA. Treasurer of Cyclone Fund for the colored people. Alexandria, La. To Lacy P. Jasper, Take notice that I shall on the 25 day of May ,1907 at the office of E. : ML Koscher. Attorney-at-Law, 1112 j in Street, in the city of Rich? mond, Va., between the hours of 9 ?. M. and 6 P. M. on that day take the depositions of David W. Dawson,| and others to be read in evidence In my behalf in a certain auit in Equity depending in the Law and Equity Court of the city of Richmond, Va., wherein you are the defendant and I am the plaintiff, and if from any cause, the taking or said depositions be not commenced on that day. or if commenced, be not concluded on that day, the taking of the same will be adjourned and continued from day to day, or from time to time at the same place, and between the same hours until the same shall have been completed. Respectfully, MINNIE JASPER, By Counsel E. M. ROSCHER. pq. tot Grand Lodge Session Postponed. The annual session of the Grand I Lodge of Virginia. Knights of Pyth iaa, ?. ?.. S. ?.. E.. A. and ?.. will j be postponed from the third Tues? day In May to the third Tuesday in July. A proclamation to this effect , will be Issued. -:<>: j FREE?Send name and addr? ; for Illustrated catalogue of up-to ' dale novelties. LYNWOOD * CO. f 22? E. 75th St. ?J New York City. -:o: ?-?Nelson's Hair Dressing can be bought st Jennings and Brown Drag Store. Pittsburg. Pa. XIKt.lMA?In Ih.? Usa ami i:?|tiiiy ??.uri f??r lb?? Oat] ?<f IUcIuimumI. May H, 11M?7. Dr. R. E. Jones, who sues on be? half of ? .nd such other cred? itors of Arthur Pollard, deceased, atribute to OStl of this suit. Plaintiff. Alpheus Scott, Administrator of Arthur l'ollard, deceaae?, and the unknown h?-irs at law and distri? bution of said Arthur Pollard, de whose names and wherea? bouts ar?> unknown, and who are made parties defendant, by the gen? eral description of parties unknown. Defendants. IN CHANCERY. The object of this suit is to take an account of the outstanding debts 'and demands against the Estate of Arthur Pollard, deceased; also to ; take an account of the real and per? sonal estate of which said Arthur I Pollard, deceased, tseirod and pos? sessed, and to have so much of the real estate of said decedent sold as [ may be necessary to pay off and dis? charge certain debts and demands chargeable against said decedents es tate, tue personality being insuffi at for that purpose; and to have a reasonable and proper fee ascer? tained and paid to the counsel for the plaintiff out of the proceeds of eaid estAte. for instituting and pros? ecuting this suit. And affidavit having been made and filed, that the heirs at law and distributes of said Arthur Pollard, deceased are unknown, and that their names and whereabouts are unknown, and they are made par? ties defendant in this cause by the general description of parties un? known, who are personally interest? ed in the subject matter to be dis? posed of in this cause. It Is order? ed, that they appear here within lussa days after due publication of this order and do whatsoever neces? sary to protect their interest in this suit. A Copy?Teste: P. P.WINSTON, Clerk. '. F. WHITTLE, pq. -?jo* ?Subscribe now. The PLANST is only ?1.50 per year.