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MllliDW NOVIlMllllK bat, N?T. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. Katabla F.ranta of tha Waak Jlrlafly < hriinli'l'-.l ln commernoratlon of tha eontennl.il Of the ludependeueo Bf LVuad , government has <\ '::it a na tlonal exhtbltlon shall be oponed Aug-. 10. 1909, at Qulto, the caph taa physMans are investlgatlng the cnse of Miss htar] who haa auddenly laaaJaaal her facul tles after lylng for thirty-two daya ln a state of eoma following an automo blle accldent attta afl the offlccs and wan> house of the J. o. my at ?. N. 1).. ennsin? n luss of 000. WlllhUB II. Whl M. Barta aa, tlremeu, were kllled by falling walls. John and Louls ITarlan, forty ycara old. known throughout New Jersey aa the Ilnrlan twins, who for many yeara Hved as hermits in a cave on lsland. ln the N'ewark mcadowa, were. burned to death ln the baru of a farmer. Tnradar, Hot. lf>. John Roylan years old. died at tha htercj boapltaL Pittabora fr??m lnjurlea recelved In a football w Saturday. Ile had been klcked ln the groin. The suit arlsing out of the effort to consolidato the ctttae of lMttsl.nrjt aad Alleghenv court of t! Statea nt Wnshlng ton ln fa\ Uun. Ref. bag Windsor east iiighciin*. md, iralaarim helm left 110,000 ta aa tlps among tlie servants at gamekeepera and the BtbaaaV anta. Tlre on Ho.kefeller'a ea tatc, two niiiea from Tarrytow T., daatiujad tara stone col ? Inrc ... \ .1. | ~,-y hull val ued Bt $18,0 itb l>e cauae ba was so aavage lt was : lf he were reloaaed be mlght do uarm to the flre tlghters. Munday, Btoa/. 1B. Edward who la walklng from Portland. Me., t cago, reached Cleveland. O., t ahsad Bl iule aml II houra ahcad of hia reeord of forty paara h The Kev Dr. Monenre l? ??<>nway. tbe d . author. ls dead at Piiris. II. way, ln acoordaaca with the r. of his relatlvea in Aine%le;i. ara mated at Pere-la-Chalv A new al addBd to tlie Atnerl can fia,r hy the admlsalon formally in? to the Tulou af the state of Oklahomn. I aaralt eiu pooc lamation adui: ? ... terrltor Oklahonia and Indiau Territory Jolnt ly aa one of the Amorienn st. John Wenzef. the uiu: : ?eorge Spatz, a Brooklyn aaloon keeper, to his death ln the electrlc chalr at Slng Sing prlann with a smlle. Just aa he had promlsed his slater he would do. .1 hlm iu ihe death house, and Wenzel aald, "I will walk to the ohair wfth a smlle on my face. and the smlle will be for \uu." Satardar. Nov. ]4t. At Llneoln. Neb.. a posltlvo deelara tlou by Mr. Bryan says he :a wi: be the candldate of the Deuiocratlc party ln 1906. Attacked by a panther near her home, ten mlles weat of Columbia, La., Mra. Annle Valentlne was kllled and aaten. The panther drtigged the two mlles into a wooded ravlne, and the trall waa followed hy smttered plecea of the woman'e clothlng. Ambaaaador Jamos Bryee of Great Britaln. Cnernor Curtis (lulld. Jr., of Massachusetta and Presldent Woodrow Wllson of Piinoeton unlveralty were tne guests of honor and the prlncipal speakers at the tJfty-eighth annual dln ner of the Cleveland chamber of coin merce. Charles W. Morae of New York. de acriblng Charlea T. Rarney, the self slaln ex-president of the Knlckerbocker Trust company. as his nearest and dearest friend, Bald: "Charles Barney'a death may be lald at the faiet of his Iate fellow dlrectora ln the Knlcker? bocker Trust company who botrayed hlm. The futlure broke hi? heart." Krlday, No*. 16. The Marconi wlraless statlon at Sia? eouset, Mass., waa destroyed by Kie. The loaa will be serlously felt, as the Sia8eonset BtBttaa was an importuut ship uews polnt. About twenty-flve persons were In Jured. two fatally, and a dwelllng house auua torn to plecea when an ex plosion of natural gas occurred ln a house located at 103 Elm atret-1. Pitta burg. In the flre which followed two firemen were severely burned. Tharaday, Not. 14. A boller ln the new Eastman dorrnl tory at the East Greenwieh (R. I.) academy exploded and partlally wreck ed the atructure. Three girl etudenta of the academy were aeverely hurt. America took further large amounts of bar gold and American eaglea, total tag ?782.000, from the Rank of Eng land for eblpment to New York on the new Cunard line steamer Mauretania, alatcr ship to tbe Luaitania. Imprisoned for elghty-eeven houra several hundred feet beneath the Mir face of tbe earth almoat directly un? der his own home at Pottsvllle, Pa., where his wlfe and ehlldren inourned for him as dead, Mlchael afeOaha of *}il!>erton was taken from hia tomb ln the Draper mlne barely allve. B|-(i C??ukad by Elartrielty. CHICAGO, Nov. 20.?Efjgs are now cooked ln tbe preaence of gueata at one__oJ ghlcage'g J^adlng houia. The w.ilter takes a boxllke apparatus, turna ou eleetrieity from a braeket on the wall and places the deslred number of flgga In the hoater. In about a mln ute and a half the eggs are ooked. The pracaaa is nn id.-t of Profeaaor Radtke of the Annour institute. PROFESSORS SAD DEATH. LaeU-n M. lodrrnood a *.ntt-lu> Kroa \\ ..rr> o%.r Klnanclal Affalra. Ki;i'I?lV?; OOBak, Nov. an of worry ovac lajrga losses in Wall street reeVntly Profes Underwood comiultted sulelde at his eountry home here after severely cut tlng his wife's throat and nttemptlng to klll their daughter. Mr. I w ornl was professor of bataay I lumbla university nn-1 was eb.airtnan of the board af acfteatlfk dlrectora of the New- York Botaaloi] garden. intii raeaatlj P kk ruderwood had been a man of qulet dtsposUton, who waa devoted to his hOBBe and his wlfe and daughter. When flnanclnl flurry bogan, h came Intensely aanroag and had suf from Insnmnlu for weoks. Mrs. d was uuablo to shake hlm out of an Inte;. -don he sh Mm\ DI was parllcularly tiervous at the dlnner table. and his wlfo was alartaad. He suddonly plck cd up n sinall sharp knife. jnmp his wife's side and slashed nt her. m:ik Ing a gnsh froro the mlddta of he to the rlght oar. Ile Ilion turned on their daughter. who waa ? grad uated from OoroeQ, and tried to cut her. Mrs. Doderwood, desplte her wound. rushod lietwoen them nnd baoCatad up the knife. It.n' ered aaa of her Sagera nssi lMiyshlans from lmnbury and Hethel wero suminoned by tolephone. but Pro fessor Vudorwood was dead lOBg be? fore they arrivod. They foaad Mrs. Uadarwood wt inded, vor. That his fortaaa had not baaB swept away by the reeent finsndal disturb he had baaa only la bartag under a Lulaapprebenslon is the stnteiucut made by a mawhef of the fnmily af Profossor Underwood. Sbook Maalla Opera llonnr. MANII-A, H - Four sharp enrthunnke Bhoeha were f#lt in Manlla aad aa ng provlncea on the nlght ?. lf, and the morning of Nov. IT. The flrst ahock waa felt at 11:25 In tlie even lng. Governor General Smlth and party Aere attendlng a porfo: | "Tha Mik. paalc was averted by the presence of inlud of tho gorernor general, who rose - box and oomraar.iied the peo? ple. who had alreudy srlsen. to slt down. Tbe orcliestrn lng. but the aetors contlnued. Ndng uadlsturbed, and the aadtaoca qulckly oalmed down. Aanilral Mrl IIbKi. L llrail. IX) N . ba death Ls an I Admiral Slr Francis Eeo pold M IIo was born hi W.V Admiral McCllnlook. K Q II.. D. C I... euterod tbe royal nary when he was twelvo years old. His ruost noteworthy Bervloes were formed on uretic oxpeditiona. In four of whioh ho took part. It waa be who : the fate of Franklln'a ex afterward entltled ..te of .Sir John Franklin." aaale PelSSS Maurnaala. OKHAVSN, Iralaart. Nov. 20.? The Mauretanla ran lnto a southweat gale. which iuoreased in the aftemoon until nt 3 oYlock she had to : sp?ed for one hour and forty minutes. The reduced bpeed raaaltad ln a loas of eeventeen mllea. Tha passengers were not aware of the apeed reductiou. Tha aeas were ao beavy that the apare anchor had to be secured wlth extra lushings. Srtralrra IJart la Hallnar lullUJoa. WASHINHToN. Nov ntean I?e#vons were In.iured, none fataUy, Ln a head-on coilision betweeu north bound and southbound Southern rail? way paaaenger trains at the entrance to the new termlnal tuunel at New Jersey avenue and D street in thia city. Both engines were demolished and several coaches budly damagod. I nrt Marta on Siaertaa Jaaracy. YI.ADIVOSTOK. Not. 20, Secretary Taft and party left Vladivostok for Bt, Petersburg. He was escorted to the train by a large party of naval and mllltary officers, and rigld precauUons for his aafaty were taken by ordcr of the government Priaataard to Ilratb by Eiplaalan. QLKM t OVB, N. Y. Nov. 20.-Mrn. Katherine Bulllvaa, proprletor of a sa loon, was frlghtened to death by the explosi'.u of a gasoline atove In her home. The house was set on fire, but the fiaiues were qukkly exUnguished. Mialrlul In Bl* Saarar Snlt. Ni:w TOSX, Nov. 20.?A mlstrlal was de.lared in the suit f.<r $:lo,oo0.000 which the Peunsylvania Sugar Refln ing company has brought in tho (Tatb ed abh uit eaarl agalaat tho Amerlcan Sugar IJehning company. To Peaalon Krie Ilallroad EmplorrM. JA1OB8T0WN, N Y, Nov. 20.?The employees of the Erle railway have formed an Erle Employees* l'eusioa a &"i-lation. 'i ha oaaapaay presouted plans to assist tha ? a, and Ita plan was formally aocepted. MMy Por Tfraporarj < halraaaa. WASili: h\g to gju.; aathartty here. tbe ahxta at the n. icaatJc aatfoaa] eoaaaa> tlon Is to have Riohard Olney f?.r tem porary chainnan and Governor Folk,' for permanent chainnan. Bryaa llrmdy If Orafted. I. MaYETTE, Ind., Nov. 19.?The banquet glven for Williain Jennlngs Bryan here last night was one of tbe greatest in the history of the clly. Mr. Rryan referred to his reeont nn- , nouncement by aaylng that after serv lng Ln tWO | is he dW that he ought to voluntoer agaln. al though he wouhl serve lf draftcd and would aot daaart 11.? 1 that lt waa an'honor that ho dUl not de aerve to be Cbafad a dreamer, though the dreamer llvea forever aud the toil ?r dlea la a day. WE INVITE THE ATTF? TION OP THE PUBLIC TO OUF JOB DEPARTMENT It is thoroughly cquipped to do all kinds of printing on siiort notice. We make a ilty of Society printing work for Insurancc Com panies, such as Financial Cards, Policies, both straight life and knevolent, Physi dam's Cortincates, Sick Cards, Application blanks, Agent* Report SLlcIs, Rate Cards, ctc. We print Wedding Iuvita tions, and High Ciass Sta tioneryfor Balls, Par%s, Pic nici and aU entertainineuts ol a social natnre. We print Church Envel , Note and Letter Paper> Bill-heads, Monthly Stattv nients, Business Cards, F? naucial aud Or ler Booka, Circnlars Ch.vk-lx >>;;<;, Panv phlcts. BXCURSION WORK OF ALL DE5CR1PTIONS Wc print Handbilla. Quarter-Sheets, Half an Whole Shcet posters, Tags, Tickets, Placards, Society C Min utes, Visiting Cards, Monrning Staiionery. OUR AIM is to please our patmns and to give them the best service at the lowest prices, consistent i ith satisfactory work. We fumish "cuts" when desired ind we will i complete special work in our line. When in ueedof any wot* in our line, call and see us and estimates vitl be furnish* WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SAMPLES _WHICH WK WILL SHOWANY ONK PESIRINO TO SEE THEM ?ur Stock IRoom Bmbvaces a jfull %inc O* THE LATEST STYLE BOND, FINE WRITING?FLAT AND LINEN FAPER ENV SS Bl WB CAN PRINT A BILL AS SMALL AS A Dc-DGER. A Three-Sheet Poster AS LARGE AS A FRONT DOOR. i WE HAVE ONK (>F THE LARGEST ASS< >RTME.\ OF WOOD-TYPE Of Any Job Printing Establishment in tlie c' Our Present Cok mployees are Compktent and Quick-workixg. Our I is wiTiiiN Easy Rrach of the I-ubuc, Being within Fifty Yards op Broad St. Onr street-enbance Js rctired and has no objectiouable featurcs, the most fastidions lady beina? able to enter without embarr^sinent or aunoyW FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO LOWJ DlSTANCK TfXEPHONT!, 2213< John Mitchell, Jr., 31J N, 4tb St., Richmor." ra SCEISIC HOUTE TO THE WEST MO\!>. M X it, No M j : ?Uilv traiua t.; New*. U Daily. LocaJ t.. B1 innati. .aro au.t St. Louia. Pullman , Daya?Cincinuati. Daily? .'. to Oordonsvillo. J Akti 10:00 A. U l.bunr. Lexirartoa. Va. a>, ! I !>..>? To Lynohbur*. VI). M A. BL. 7:00 I* u u *?*?> Vf., *8:90 A M Jataai al., 8:15 P. II., ?Dail,. fl D JrV D Kichmond, r-rettor a. r. tX I lck?burg, and Pote .?. a va. i . mac Rallroad. TRAINS LEAVE Kl< UM'JND-NORTHWARD. ?:?? A. M.?Daily-Bjnrd Straat. Tiirou*-h. 7:BI A. II?Daily?Maia Straat. Throuah. 7:a0 A. II.? Waak I>aya Kll>a. Aabland Ac conuno>latioa. 8:40 A. U.-Davily-ByrJ 8t. Throufto. Local 12 (>l Nooa?Waak Daya?Bjrd Bt. Throuaa. 12:80 P. M.-Waek Daya-Elba. Aahland Accv.ra modation. ? 00 P. M.-Waak Daya?Byrd Straet. Waah inaton AcrvmuuMUtioo. 6:46 P. af.-Sun.Uy only-Elba. TVaahinaton Accommodation. ? :50 P. lt.-\\.,? Dan ITaa. Aahland Aocom !:?aT'..M "",ljr M*,n ??tra?t. Throiiajh. ?:? p. y n?u> Bjrrd Bhaat. Tbrouah. TRAI.N8 ARRIVE RICIlllOXD-SOtTHWARD. e>0 A. M.-Weak Daja-Elba. Aahland Aocom I:? t *J--l*?lr-Byrd Straat, Throu?h. 8:36 A. M.-Waek Daya-Ryr.l Btr**?. tt?h infton Ar.->H.iiiM?)ati, n 10:38 A. k.-Sunday only-Elba. W.ahington Accommorlat.oo 10:40 A. M.-Waek |..v. | Ib*. AahUad Ac o?mmo<Ution. Daya-Elb*. AahUnd Accom modat ?.00 P. M.-Da?ly-Bjrd 8t. Throufa. LocaJ atopa. M.-Daily-Main Straat. THroufh. NOTE-Pullman Slaapina or Parlor Cara on all abo?j. tra.na. Mcpt local aa?ama>odat?eaa. ata^affaaaa. "d '?* Bm4 8trwt 8t*tion ?io^not0,/?rrl;"laVd*Dd d'P"tUr" "d ~n"~ " ^OaSF*.-- W' P- TAYLOR. N # W N?RFOLK& 11 tt IT. WESTBRN. OiCLV ALL R..IL T.IVE TO NORFOLK. Laa?a Byrd Straat Statioa. ln affact July 14, ia&7. rOB NORFOLK?7:? P. U dalla- a-ftn a M . 9:00 A. U and 3:00 P a, bSS SurS., ?:M A. M an.1 7:00 P. M . SumUr onla T'* WKHT-o.OO A. at. F.joapt 8un.Ua; 8:10 A af Suiwlay only; 11:10 P. at. an.l fl-00 P u Vuu ?agri 11:15 A. M.'?l,0B? PP. % aa^i'y JSy ruU" ?* ??*P??? 0?. Oa*. Dia Caa. Pam Aaaat. w^ PMfc '^ ?Subacrlbe to The PLANET ly $1.50 per year. Southern Ry. tj; ?iaT>irra ( bliahctl \ at Ki ( i ItaiM, Mrmphia. i iriooga, ?:00 P. VI 11:30 I' a IV M. for all : YOUK <:30 I' M t.-d?To VTeat - Local t ? I M.. 3:40 Krojn Cbarlott.-, Italt-iirh. Durhain, Chaae City and looal ata! LoeaL " : l\?int. I? 1' \ 820 K. V | Va. atlantic coast line. Ef. 14. 1?07. TK.UNS LEAVa R1CHU0ND DAII.Y. Por Kloriua an-t South: 3:15 A M . T H I' y Pof Norfolk: *?:U0 A. U., ?*:?? A. M . ?3:cO P. lf. and S.00 P. U. I For N. and W. Ky. W?rt: ??8:10 and 1:06 12:10 and I Ivtcraburg: ?8:00 an.l ??:?? A. U., 12:10. ?3:00, 1:28 P. M.. ?:00, 6:08 P. IL, 7:36 and .' M For Goldaboro and ?ayrttcarllle: ^ffl P af. I Traina arriv* Rtchnu.n.l flally: fl:J3. 7:40 A. U> ??10:45 and ?ll:40 A. IL, ?J:l"7, J:06, ?6:50. 8:00. 860 Bfl 1' IL ?Kxoppt Sunday. ??Suii.lay only. Time of axroal and d>-i>*rtur?* and ec-rieo tiona not (uarante?d. C. S. CAVIPBELL, D. P. A. SEABOARD Air Line Railway southbound train. bched uled to leave richmond DAILY. 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna, Ha leigh. Cbarlotte. Wllmington, 2:20 P. M.?Sleepera and eoachee, Savan nah, Jacksonvllle and Florlda polnta. 9:50 P. M.?Sleepera and coaches Atlanta, BIrmlngham, Memphia, 8a vannah, Jackaonville and South west. NORTHBOUND TRAIN8 SCHBD ULED TO ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILT. ?:45 A. M.t 6:10 P. M., 6:46 P. M. H. S. LEARD. D. P. A. ?eaator Baakhea* Serloaalr IU. BIRMIN<;ilAM. Ala.. Nov. 20-In. forniatlon has reacbed here that Sena> tor J. H. Bankhead la critlcally 111 al hla home ln Fayette of typboid pneu monla. Deaa Wrlglit Dlea Abroad. BOSTON. Nov. JO.-A cablefrram re celved ln this eity aunounced that the Rev. Theodore F. Wri^ht. dean of tbe New Church Tlieolosrioal sehool ln Cainbridjre, died abroad on Nov. 13. while on bla way to Calro, Egypt Baroaeaa *f> rtotaaohild Dead. OENEVA. Swltzerland. Nov. 20.? Tho Baronesa Adolphe de Rothacbild | dled here of apopiexy. *\4h 9*9i l FORD'S HAIR POMADE. Fonncrly known aa "OZOAIZED OX MARIiOW" | W ?.?.?IU V1,?TI'->? KI.VRTV ot Ol i;i \ II \,K i a : ; ut up ln any alylc \\ known aa ' < >.'.' Y ???? ? i.It aal* i a klukv ? a> txvrn. harab. a la an<l ? M.t. ? l'?l ?. ? ? . ? ? a ? n!j ."SO ru. !- . ? >lrufa*laaa aml dral.ra. '. ' a? ;: TheOzonizedOx MarrowCo. 4 (Nontgenu.nt tx'ithcut my signaturt) ? 153 E. KIHZIE ST.. CHICAGO, ILL. ? AQents wuntvd everywhvrc. ' iaaaaa.aaaar^AAAAAA^ 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Traoc Marks OCBIGN8 COPVRIGMTB aC. Anyonaaandlng a akatrh and daacrtptl..n may qntrkly aaoartaiii i i fraa auather aa liiretilion la prohablj- pateutatla. Comruualea - ?'. riiTtlfomndaittlaJ. HANOBOQX on t'atant* aant fraa. Oldaat atraucy for a?cano?T patanta. BaaM taken tl.r..u?h klur.n X Co. racolva taacial aotica, withont cbarga. in tba Scitntiiic yTtnericait. A handaomcly Ulnstrmtad waakly. I.ara-aat etr ealaUon ?>f aiy ananuno VwroaL Tam.a (>, yaar; f.>ur Riuntba.fL 8oM tyall naaaoaaJara. MUNN?Co."'?~?' New York Brauch orOca, Ok W St, \Yaablu*-tuo. D. C Rooicrlt'i Tfaankt((> ln* Trlp. WaSHINOTOM, Nov. 20. ? l*re?l dent Roosevolt thls year is to vary bla Thanksgivinjf day plan and lnxtead of golng to Plnr> Knot, Va.. wh.-rv Mra. Roosevelt owns an estate. will rnaka a day's trip to Montpellor, which Is a few mlles this aafta of Cbarlottasrllla, on the S.>i;;li*Tii rallway. Call Mra. ? artar a HanUrupt. NKW YORK, NBY. 20 on In bankrupb-y by tbrre aaaalttaaa BBJBI ln tbe DMaal aBBaaai <iistri<t eaart against Mr*. i Payne of DI Kast Kighteeuth - better known as Mn. Ix-slie Cartor. the actresa. ! Involved are J HAIR POMADE MAKE9 KlNKy HAIR/ SOFT1 REMQVE8 DANDRUFF AND MAKES IT CROW LONG AND, LUXURIOUS S0FTEN3 Hair> AND KEEPSIT FRjOM, REAKlNC KEEPS SCALP FRESH CLEAN AND WHOLESOME ttC^-A Woman's Hair Makes or Mars Her Beatity If your hair is short. If your head ia full of dandrufT. If your scalp is diseascd, LINCOLN HAIR POMADE will make it grow, remove the dandrufT aud cure scalp diseases. LINCOLN HAIR POMADE is highly perfumed aud is the fmest toilct prepaiatiou ou the uiarket. All we ask is for you to give it a trial aud we fcel coufideut the result will beso satisfactory that you will reconimcud it to your friends. Be sure aud get the genuine and refuse weak and inferior substitutes. For sale at all Drug Stores. fbaaaaaaaaaalPRICE, >5 CENTS aaaaaaaaaaaa MANTFACTURKD RY The Lincoln Pomade Company, NORFOLK, VA., U. S. A. tafF-H your detlt-r does not keep it. aend his name and 20 cents in .ilver and we wiUsen.l - :e by retarn mail.-^ra, AKente wanted cverywbere. Writc for particu.. * ?mc JURGKN'S SON Before niaking your purchase you would do well to call at the most reliable furaiture house in the city and see the fine line of REFRIGERATONS, MATTIN( OIL-CLOTHS And in f act everything that is needed in house furnishings. RUGS AND CARPETS Of every description; also the latest designs in ROCKERS and special CHAIRS. Our goods are the beat for the price and thc price ia very low. C. G. JURGEN'S SON, Adams and Broad Strbbts. ' JOSHUA BANKS & SONS CATERERS EVERT FACILITY CON8I8TENT WITII FINE CATERINQ. Kpeclal AtteatJoa Givea to lUHa, ttoppers, Iaatalliitiona and Bmok era at the ghorteet Notlce. ?gr?Your Patronage 8oiiclted.?^| Refreebment Cara and Boat Prlvlleg ee Handled ln Seaeon. Addreaa rll coaimunlcattona to KLAM L. BANKS. 611 N. Sd 8t Realdenc**: 1312 N. 2 6th St. BLACKWELL & BRO. ONE OF I IDINO I' \1> TF.HA PrartJcal Room and dign Palatere, GnUning aad (Jeaeral OoBtrao atafJa .ALI. WORK GUARANTEED. Cards, Lettera or Orders. ...GHva oa a trial. 70a will aarar ragrat lt,... Addreaa, 60S St. Peter Streaa. RI* flMOND, VA.