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VOLUME XXIV. NUMBER 41 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. SEPTKMM'.R 14, 1907. PRICE. FTVE CENTS. A GRAND TiriE IN LOUISVILLE. The Supreme Lodge Heets. A Magnificent Parade. FIVE THOUSAND KNIGHTS IN CAMP CORBIN?MAJOR-GENERAL R. R. JACK SON A MARVEL?REMARKABLE EXECUTIVE ABIL1TY?PRIVATE FUNDS MAKE THE ENCAMPMENT A GREAT SUCCES5. I Tli" araa < oa- \ a thoae aatlt l< For tl .me. lt was ai ? al i's .-? in Nortb * it'y tl. Tiir. HBMISl Qraad aad kadfR wtthdi ! for meoaber ?hl|> in the Bapn \ . \ IB Of Bupreme ?f t!:. of the Commltti Cred< AT THI ? illdlag has ? riorad i" I ? i tha the fraal w The i DANCINQ a\ND DRILLIN Tba Boor a >r botb daae id drflllag. The r. b. f drill ed a ion und.-r tbe l< ablp of Capt. Bll Rowen. He a : Ited generottfl applaaaa. The band ad Tba aa a faal i followil John Qi aad Cbancallor af tba Qraad atacky: Baprame Chaaeallor Ofl lfembera an<i i :i \\\. ennlal iprama 1. Kaighta <.: ,?f Nortb Amc Boatb An ? Afric-a and Australia. raa the airaa, arblob aaat a faallng <>r dellghl tbraagb aaary loyai Pytblaa the ^rand doniain of Kaal that tlils aagaat body would be the grand old CoanBOa th. tieipatlon of tba pn reallaatioa aaa aa aatbaaad th.. : of that loyal band of less than 2<m)0 Pytblaoa of this statr. tbal i baaa tho BM plaaaaia on this ocrasion to aa yoa as the . tatlaa of approzlaaataly ??<>. braaa er claimed allegiance to this Supreme Lodga. Custoni is ;i i>e<ullar niaster. more exactlng than law, and m<>re techni eal than dlploauM y. tbarafoia i before you in aecordanre to ti. inands <jf eaacaaa for the pqrpoaa of araleonlag yoa on behaif of Grand Lodga, Kalgbta of Fythlas of leky. As I am known as "the kitle coun tryinan" to a vast number of city chaps. ba as gaaaroaa U should 1 niake any btaacft for this is a role I | : before. If at any tinie I am unab! spt-ak the truth. I say nothing I wish ure you IbaM I am not alngton, la not baTfaag toM but I shall assure you that I will not blil Mni oaa to-night. Vt.| irome to Kenturky. I that you are w,-i hecause we tn\ . . and wanted you to come and be with us. V.'hy :ire uni wefconie? R. >"ur fanie has pr<-r<vled you, you have demonstrated to the world that you are gallant Knightg ln aense of the word. Knlghta of Pyth ias ln Kentucky ls a aynonym of the best deportment. and I know that the fountaln head itself muat be a de gree higher of perfeet deportment. You are welcome becaaae the Pyth lans of Kentuckv wlah to aee all this greatnees of which we boaat face to face. You are welcome, because tha ip to aroag ? WC loOl tO V, ; d ?*a ' . | To To iriion Rlcb thlas, . i la ;it!(l lentlj ? I .-r> thlng BBCBBBa l the ti 11 ? of laflalte ful aad that n itlful i. fooad within tho eoBflaaa <> f this d ComaraBwaalth \\ l. iu bol.l i readaar. ttg Sandy, ?:iOU!l ? Bla? t . uis oaa of tba <>r tha aorld, tba ive" t.i all of whlch roa ara waloona, ? ? prlaclplaa of Prlaadabtp, trii-d and troe who | . i tho crucli babold tha Bparkllag lo tbair oouata BBO< UOB, "Th of K.-ntucky.. as lorelj noralBf ph>r I from tho ist. ih>> baa. You are weleonii' f?i tba : .ful, tho ni< fui aad ' Bqulne Tribo tho world ' You ara welconie to tho mn forniation of a fu-ld of yellow prain, so aBanratlag that a I viii Bvaba you faal llka a BallUoi You ara wetooaie baartlly by Pythlans of Kontuckv and you will find K of IV one of tho majiie words throuKhout this Grand Donialn. You aro welcomed "In old Kontuckv, where Bl?a Orass grows, i'lossom, mint julep tlOW8, Bparkla hrightly. and hor> rlteblBg BIBldBSB, in old K-y." Tho thlrd day of tho fourteenth bionnlal tonvontion of tho colored Knlphta of Pythias of the Inlted aa bejjan this morninK at 10 o' clock with a baafaaai moetiug of tba m ? Lodga, ,r* ]- ? fho ?ame tlme the Supreme Court of Calanthe went Into i ln Odd Fellows' Hall. had important mat ters to ceaaldar and it was at tbSt the roports made by the offlcers ' with the administrati ' nanclal affairs of the Order that the orgranizatton was ln 1 shape than it has beea at any Itfl Its history. l> CorblB where the uniform-l |ad rank divisions of the fraternltyi ara laaStBd at 2Sth Street and. I Broadway held Ruard motmt at f? | 'o'elock this morntng and at 10 o' i eloek relijflous exerelses were held. j Genoral lnspectlon and dfass parade| will take place thla afternoon. The annottncement by the Supreme Chancellor that the factlon of the Or der known as the eastern and weat em hemlspheres had coroe back in? to the folti and hereafter would be (OoatJnaed on Klghth Page.) K. I V, lUlBBI H:. hain. \ id in tr ? M: i:iir. N. .1 ;i llard, N< bltlon. 1 lahaai ba turaad to \ag a - iham, ?.f pin.. \\ iiiiam Caatalo i- th Wllllam ptember Sd froai bla asaal. ppar an.: ?ir.-il. His v no furtbi ? thlng L mitii al ? athlng fall in the BBllwa ? ,t t(, whea ahe ob* ob th,. fl : attami drop ? tba ballway. [\ . ber lm> taraad him orer fouad that i. thlng. "ild BOl move him further an.l t.? Deacon John Powall alarmlag t:,.- nelghboi call) aloaa tba oalj oaea on tho Jf: anrt u llaed that Mr lalo had suft. ,r (lt paraljBla aad that tb uttle or no bopa of his i. ?'r r*Hl? ; One tlme, after :? ad efforta, ha aaawarad bla a mra al the baad ? d He dled Saturday, Septambar :. lf?7 and tba ommuDl <>v.-r tba entlra dty, both whita ?plo joinlnf? in tho expr.-s sl<'118 of '* bla luddeo takin^ Oat. Ba had be.-n i;. many years, but BaSBSgl -taio Eaoaae as naaal. ' "<1,r of his frienda and phyaftcl Mt,r. tner> '"' >uisa wl,h John Pow.-ll a gaaat of Mr r ,u w.iS appareatly much imnnnci. sj, ba better thaa ha had baaa for rasrs. Btbs in the casket he he picture of health, so t? The funeral took pla Tues day from the Second !> v,ir< h ?7, t. Johaaoa. D. d. dell airae from the BBbJaet, Thy will Ba Dose ' Mr <"nstalo had b.-en a faithful m. of this ebareb for many raara Ob tba rosirurn wer?? Rev. jBCOb Turn er. Rev. R. r. Graham, I; P. Chseh, Rev. A. S. Thomas. Rev. Baaa. The funeral of Mrs. Btaya tolh place at the saine time. The tlorai deaigna wen- BaSMroaa 11,1,1 ' i-asket was Hoth covcred with heavy silver bar . slon handles. The eai tained the Knlfihts of blem and the Masonic embleni He waa an Odd Fellow also. He waa also a mamhar af the Board of d tors of the Meohanlcs" Savlngs Rank. beinp on the Finance Commlttee of that institution. Funeral Director A. D. Price offl ciated in both funerals. Interment waa In East F.nd Ceemtery. Wil liam Cuatalo was a landmark ao to apeak ar.d his death will tend to cast a gloom over tbla entlre com munlty. He waa upright. eonaclen tlous, and falthful. His troublea are over and on the otber alde of the Rlver, be will "reat 'ueath the ahade of the treee." WHUF. GEXTLKMAH SPKAKS. ?'it^-noiniwr Bvaaaaai ui.-." Edltor of The PLANBT: i arlab to coagTatabai -hank you for tbe tlmel* ?-.lit< Lexingi la a truckllng trii un .. ol clvlllaaa and soldiers of ow Mr. mali - dis crlmli e\ist. What the coiit boal it lf Bntry kaoa oat a 1 ? . I colon .* . ?. l I Mr. Taft I with the Bruaaani Mr. Taft'a bllnktng at I Itself tbi I" or ta Of "the blood | i aaa glad you Batlar'a Bplendid i I only wtsb all ni> N l stiil a reni! dora. This iiunib' Inea the f ?iy enfoi \ is m iPHRj I li.? "?Iii in. i II. re I .ir<i Street. Tbe balldti rully deo hall : ob P u ling. Tb er l)p | , > ? ' are l. |n tn B|, dlnlng ball ol Tbui took place. It was a i fair. Tho folders a' aatry and .. ? order for th. | iralae ir rellow M<M.MIs-(| u;i,| Tho ma Mr. Joba It. Holmea arlH t tein itb, 1107 at the resid?*nre 724 b st.. at i:io o'cloek P M Friends are invit. ? : ? ! 6 ? r 2 L' : ?"? ' v u from 6 to I P. M. BOOtCKR?HAMM. Tho marrlage of Miss Ida Belle Hamm to Mr. Nelsan G. Booker will take place at the residence of the 915 N. 17th Street, We day morning September 18th, clock. At home. 915 N. 17th Street, "sday, Baptamber 25fh. from I to 10 P. M. Friends-. and acqualnt ancea are invited to attend. ?o* IMMKH.I'll-tLAKKK. On Thursday morning, Bept. 19th. ir.st. Miss Lacy Clarke, daught. Mr. and Mra. Benjamin Clarke baad in holy matrimony to Mr. Walter L. Randolflh at the groom's raaldaa it n. nist Street cards. Friends are invit. :?: Dr. Miles JaaaSfl. W e<ls Again. Dr. Miles B. Joaafl of this city quietly married bflaa ta*. Jane | : our popular and urcomplislied public achool The happy couple are now re^iding at the resi AaaV e of tbe Doetor on Third Street. Tbey have our best wishea. ?:<>: WAXTED?A woman to wash an* iron on premlsea, two daya In each week. Will pay $1.00 per day. Apply at 2502 Fhoyd Avenue. -??? ?Subaerlbe to Tha Richmond PLANET. fi.SO par yaar. JOE GANS W1NS AGAIN. The Light-weight Champion of the World His Title is Undisputed. He Fights a Qreat Battle. JIMMY BRITT'S ARM BROKEN.?THE FIGHT BY ROUNDS. of the world t by ? ? ? BRITT savs HE is 111:1 ; ? ? \v | ? the . I ! "1 B h, I'Ut II Itritt Brttl BRITT LAC ?? . ading of tha DO tbe ti: red over ? ?<! to him by hl dO tbe |i that ? ' in arbteb I . . . in ? rooad i< witb a lel on tb of foree iu It. In tb.- sanie round ly t o >dy and face but took in pun lahment :?. ? d hlm down. OND ROUND A IfDX-UP. The Becond round <l? ? Bp at the ropes. in which both left, In the t h i rd erowdlag Britt into a eorner, nnd the Cailforataa bad bl busy working his way out. lood in the fourth with a lightning 1 left that broaf trickling froan the ooraai of Brtti'a noath. It Igbl aftar tbta that Brltt threw all of blaatrangtb into a left . thal proyad bla undolng. THi: PIOHT I!Y ROUND First Round?Gans bogan by foint Bag with his left. Hrttt qulckly drlv iiiK home a couple of llKbt storaach blows. Gans blocked a eoapta af lefts for ! and then drove P.ritt to the ropaa. wbara he landed a Bbarp n^ht on t h?> r. :.s f/.l lowed with two mo: . i>],>(-k ed severaJ hard wallops Th. M-lincb. but bf ly after whlch HriU I bla Wtth a bard left to th*' neek. Gans roeovorod tjuickly and t. ? Rritt in the mouth with t! ? the saiii?- MaBB gatttSf away from a raidrl return It was Gans' round. >:id Round?Brltt assumed a crouch, whtlo Gana stood erert and i. Both mlssed left-handed swlngs, but Gana soon crowded his antagonist te a corner ,where he got home both hands to th.- head. Gans waa forelr.j? the fightlng stead lly. and Brltt was on the mn untll he anddenly stood his frrour.d and ahot a couple of lefts into Ihe alom ach. Oans blocked and ducked with great cleverneaa after that and flnally Irappod Brltt on the eye with a aolld I the ? nncb 11 on bl VV 11(1 and riKht in t ? ? ad a ncb for ' ? cllnch, w hereupon ? his it all BLOOD : Fourl b |ab titi 11 a lefi tn to and U on ti g the it. Hri: !t. bttl I hunied after him and tn altb a bard a. Oana du< l> drova Br the ropea, wh< fall of panchc Brltl pra .? U81 in tln ? wtnnar, Lh Round up ready ">. bat tbi olng in Rritt left arni is bre Rritt. ??[ br.., boa " ui> in nmaaamanl t over to Rritt's ebalr I uri,t still insis' jro on. so that tba I tho batl: RKIGbTH <>l Pl l in |& a Kea Laaga Ttaeaa?v \?-u Oaaii i iii.n-. Portsmouth pt 12, The (b-l.ty of two bours in the train from Richmoi stir in this locallt] f thej Order of Knlghta <.f Pytblaa aa eoaii af i ?villa, a aabui (ity and th.- eomi i thej from Richmond. Graad C callor John Ifltchell, Jr. v. :? paalad by Dra. E. R. j. fferaon and .1. Alex. L.-wis and Sir B. B. Bl Tho psrty took aappar al aVrcbar Drew and wlfa and heartily ? Sir !' Proctor, and many otb. mam bers and in Mr. Jadhla on madf the journey and arrr. Firi-i; ]\ aboui ? >urt will be ksOS D I ? IS1 Tba foll :.st.il!ed : rtbj Coasaallar, M trada Atkinson; Worthy Inspeot rix. Mary I Worthy laapector, Mrs Ifra. -Ine Deans; Junior Dlre< Mrs. Rosa Tynes: Orator. Mrs. Vic torla Clark: Register of Dasdg, Mrs Mary Dsagbtry; Rejclster of Ac counts. Mrs Ada Hall: Receiver of Depoait*. Mrs. Elizabeth Clnrk; Es ?Sfft, Mrs. M.iKtr'e Smlth; Conduc tresa. Misa Mary Davla; Aaalstant I Conductreea. Mra. Bettie Bunn *ald, Mra. Katle Parks; Prot Mra. Martha Harrla. Truataea: Mra ? 11. ? John i \\ Ulle ; ird John E. Wl 0 I. W. H. Turn Bllgh, Tba ! Worth] i er > II RSOJi \1 B 1M) BRIEFS. al tbe I wM T ' I throngh tba clty : v irnad fram Readlng, Pa , whore she attend Klks. Mrs. : < t.r Ruh a phyalclan tn j. -burg II York. N Y I imad fr -.tit trip to the Blu< tains. They will romain in untli Monday afl :?: Sanaa Baaaaaanttaai Itetura. John lflteball, Jr lefferson. laap, H. F. Jonathan, Suprei < juhilant over the <>t" the n.-w constltutlon t<> whish the state was bltt< ,.osed. agaJaat it was ? unauli L, Cbllat I tha Su; Coorf ovar In Lexlngton. Ky I ? - brotber, La 7. Alexander Chiles. She is expect >me to-day. !??: Bjtockhohlcrs \feeting. Richmond. Va.. Sept. 9, 1 annii.il Stoekholders Ifaa of ? .flciai faaara ?i.pany will be held at Price'a Hall 111 ? igh Street, Wedneaday. Ilth, 190 7. All mem bers are notified to be present at 8 30 P. M. W. F. GRAHAM. Prea. B. H. PEYTON. Secty.