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. VOLUME XXV. NUMBER 10. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1908. PR!CE. RVECENT& KILL KINC CARLOS PortugarsRulerandCn.wn Princo Assassinated. THRLE RIVCIl riOMSTS SLAIN. Attack Made on Royal Carrlaqc as It Entercd Usbon. PROCUIM MAMJEL II. SOVTRCIGV '"nrloB |. rinil HSB *?oi Inlr llllppc, . tlflr tn (!?,. ThlWS, nnxlnr.ll> Mnr rt?r.-,l ln IIOhib bjr Asllntorn. j Prlnop Mnnii.l W...111.I..I I >? v,,|,r ?,f I.fTorta ,>f l|i?-,i, \nirtlo, Wh.i. XliroiTinar llcra.-lf llrlxrrn ?I. . I*rln?-f? nnrl (inilnui. s .,,ut,( ?,, |>ro t.-.i l>rr ? Ml.lr.-11 \\ i | |, |f,.r o?? n.nl> -?mnm I'rliw .-. \.??? Ivlim, Tlioutch lluri l.> I'ull.-t. IMiirklly i>f" Ravalrat aae ??,,,.|,,.,i i jr?- on Mlncrrant. U8B B ITinee | kttn; b I with the rrow r. , 1 |lV u^l- : ? Tho . in Uproar as tlie rosult \ I ' ? klng's aoc K1NG mam 1:1. il ond son, 1 *rlii.-?? Manuel, was only ?Ughtly woanded, aad Qoeen aimelVi. WBO atrOTC tO s;nc tho orown primo's Ufe bj throwlng beraeif upon him. was unhurt. a band <?f naen waitlng at of the Praco do Commerdo and the Kiia <!o Amrnal anddenly sprnng to ward tl.j-. a caniage in wkdch the reyal CasaOj were drtrlng and. :.-\.i arbtaea whk-ta they had citneeaied upon th?'i.i. Hred. The klng and etvwi priiK-o. upon whom ili?. attSV :, were eaeh abot threa times, and thej iivod only toag eaoagh tr> be car rifd to tho niarin.' eiatmal uear by, wbare they exp Almost at the int shot tho klnjr fell t <>n th<> coahtena dylng, and at the nioiiieni the crown prlnce waa if rise and thea slnk haok on tiif wat. Qvjteai AaeoHe jumpod uj? and tlirew beieelf toward the orown prinee in an apparont offort tosnvo hin Ufe at the eeaf ef her ewm, i>ut the prim-o a!re:id> had rereived ii's wouml. The pollee goavi tlred upon the assas^ins and ktlled threa of them. A atromf guard was m attendame because of the raoasd ?nrhilf; in the city and the dlscovery of a plot to as aassiuate Preinier l'raneo and over thr?>\\ tho monar. hy. But tho band Of MrtRM lia<l sflccti-d the most ad vantageoua 8|?ot for the rommlssion of thelr erlme. for they were eon from the eyes of the pollee iinti! the carrlage had wheeled into the Praga do Commercio, a large square. How many ahota were flred no one can aay, but it was a veritable fusil lade. The effort of the erown prlnce, who was alttlng oppoalte to the klng. to'riae waa pltiful and wlthout avail, for he Just llfted himself sufflolently to plteh forward and fall over the proe trate body of his father. Queen Amelle, ottering a acream that could be heard by all who bad not be eome frenzled by the attack. threw her seif toward her aona, shieldlog thelr m. Bbe frabtically strurk at tbe mnrderera of roaaa arbicb aba had but avan Ia tb ? bm? a party or Repabttcan co <>u Batnrday, i ::t tbe ? with tba i orr aa t Of tli' In nu ?? tntor in . of Bf I At! "I d>> not think tho BBard Instl. . . : not tba kitiR tBM nilrr l to asaasslnnto. Kitu; Oartaa was well like.1 by i". his BiibjaiIa"* Prai ;ied for fo.ir bJfl con tJananoa in aface aroadd plnaga tba I !j n aulted In Um aaaaaalnation of tba hlag, and his u ItbdmwaJ fr.? garded as boldlng ? cal tranqa Tba ii.N ? that tba innr.l" morulnc u?e . Blna t and tln?: ? ; '??t. Tba DOdy of the klnR Haa in ntate this inorn r in cblef of the arrny, wbila tbe prtnea weara .1 anlform of a eaptain af xba fnaarabi will 1. .. and tba b< antll that day. Tba fanarala - the Pl Boorbon, th.> Dnke of a of K. Prancfa an ; tba lata bii ?t TO OUST KELC Klctulna'a lt*"|t??rl l? v . i<> In ?ttirn 111 <' I I. 1 ALBAXY, n ** lenry. iu< and ik'i" au< ? Otto K m_j iu an ezhau ?tlv? n ;,?r of tbe at bu raan. foarteeo I lemtng do. darea I tplng ? ? enaor Hogb< i t-> trananilt tbeta to tba at cond danaand tbat i. :i!l. And with it be is determlned anaU fo thoaa of Baany dep : aabordinatea whotn Fleailna descrlbea as bavti fbac "determlned K< potlcy," Mtaken thlnga eaay" or been rainstated t>y Kelaey after belng dis Cbargf d l>y his pred :>r drunk anaaaa. THOUSANDS SLAINf Londnn lli-pnrt Irlln of 111k ll.-tttlr llftwrrn Frrnch aml Moora. LONDON, 1IV tb. dls patcb from Tanglar aaya tbat there i graat battJa batwoaii the Francb and tbe Moora oear B CO, in which it is . | that ? Moora ? ? ; ot aronndi .1 and in whi.h tba Frein-h lOBB atnouut ed to IfgJ men, IiH-liidinR four otli The nfa latrepld braiery cbargad rlgat ap to tba aaoaCh of tba Rims until thoir bodlta lay ln great plles on tho ground. Tna batthi was tho aaccaat Btnea Um outbroak of the ptoaent i.-stuities be taraaa tna Prancb traopa and the bloor ish tiibaaanon, Tho f*?t?^ waa so Bnd4on that tho Pmncb aran oaught almost wholly unprop.ir.il and nar rowly aoeapad nnnlhllatlon. The 25,000 Mnaaanan rongatt with the greatest desperatlon, oharging agaln and again. Knke Tillm ln Rnaaia. ST. PETBRBB1 RG IVl>. 3.?A re vision of the Collepe of Ileraldry of Ooorgla, Transeauntsia. bOB roxulted In the ancoverlng of monster forgerles of prinoely titles. AmonR L'.not) rogls tered heredltary ooits Of anns tJOO have been found to l?e Lt ^ Mlaa fihoiiti O. Wnl Tttl*. NEW VOHK, rab 3 M iss Theodoro Shonts and tho I>uo de Chaulnea will be married at tho Shonts home in this clty on Feb. ir>. Torpfdu h\rr-t at I'lintn Arrum. PUNTA Al leb. 5. ? Tba Arnerlran torpedo flotilla haa jaat jolned tbe battlesbip squadron at thla port. x ii.w>iK,,i,;c Baekl Tho Ifeehanl k fa itlon a ith n. ftnaa id la I in thn f,r" ! purple rath or tho - d< r lr ? tlon of tl of ita In i r prlntlt #osaeebore loaAaaay BaatMassj itr. sir. ij Th iro. sf\ mtlea from le 1 by t' - ? I Dr. whtch pl> bljr suited for ? her ) it with ? ehi! and ? <nd mott: - r. r i p o of tho Fifth m ? ? ? P ' eld for Bometlnie ? , I folloa i: h Pauntleroy, p pro tem: Vlce Pi \nnio c'haffln: Becretary. tobln aoa; Treaanrer, ftfre. Sarah i ? O. Co< >rter, Prof. B. H ton- int committee i Brown, M Barab Anderaon. Sistors .\iir-o : Jatnea h. Chllea and Prof. B. H M appoti It 1 1 that murh Ufe will be brought to the work throuph the acttvtty of this oommttt llvely is expeeted for noxt Taeaday erentng nt eipht oeiook. ful Mbjeet will bo disrussod and a flno litorary procramme- ron.i All frionds aro invited to attend. also leaaberi of the union ar d to eomo for onrollmont. :??: A Magii/ine Projeot. Mr B L .lordan. Assistant Serre Ifaaagwr of the Southorn AM Soclety is proparinp a mapazino for ciroulation rhat will he a reoord breaker, ro far as oompanies of the tre concerned and will compare favorably with those issued by north ern corporations. It will eontain valuable lnformatlon portalnlnp to lnsuranoe and will he embellished with portralts and plotures of inter est to the readlng publie. Mr. Thom n* M. Crunip ls Seeretary-Manaser of this enterprislng corporatlon and Mr. A. D. Prlce, President. :<>: Puhlio Instnllation. Danvllle, Va.. January 29. 1908. The ofneers of Movlng Lijrht I^odge N'o. 86 and Shining Idght Ix>dge. No. 93 were Installed at the Camp Orove Baptist Chureh. Monday nlght, Jan? uary 27. 19<f8 by Dlstrlrt Deputy Grand Chanrellor C. M. Smlth of N'orth Danvllle. Va. Sir N. H. Clark. aeting O. P.: Sir W. L. Lock ett. artlng G. M. at A. Sir Smlth dolivered a flne lecture on the good of the order. There were many membera present from rbe other lodges of the clty. :<>: ?Subacrlbe to The PLANET. On? ly |1.(0 per year. Mind EfoaBBbal by laln Keaaro. T.\y.i:\\Ku. \ \ or pol towa of Orabam taronty ? hare killed bimaelf at H nlgbt by ahooting throuRh tho 1 ? i an dor t wifo and four cbildren. V i ?' ? I whilo duty Felf <!? mind be. , ? |a ? i and v see yJv Tl tba ? ?k revlve; whom b< ? ? ' ? and afforta Ia frtonda to ??? . -,i in his ? prova 1 Bg Of t! I '? '" Identl the .f at weapoi rdoo was for a nu-nbo-r of ? popular fri'-t. i :o: HOl Maa ? B for 4 3 ta ' relatlvea and ft - ?_. \ fte<]if -i. iitors and Manaper of tho . .bllshlnR Whereas th< anmod paper Tt . ? ? ot tba >*i as its Orpa: and \\1. Virglnia ~al Soniinary and Colleaa and it- . rotinds are tho propOTty of t*i. tivontioi! rd and Facul ty of tba a!' -hool are of the ranl atinR and looklng BVOf, for the bool; and Wheroas, recontly, the columns of ;i ipor ha. and OTOn now aro o:en to the pob ? n of surh artilea that. ln our Jadgaaoal aro vnry lajnrtoaa to our. edneatlonal arorh it: tba above naaaodl prhool. aro tba I ?? Hoard and Faoulty of tba ba Theolopioal' Setninary and College request that ? lumtis of your paper be i to tba pnbltcatloa of all artlcles and editorials whioh tond to antaRonize critioise and laapada the efforts of the Trust. 1 and Facully ln their endeavors '.? Rfl OOBt the Virpinia Haptlst State Convention and BOpla in Reneral. U'i' prant that the said writers and puhlioatlons mlgbt be airninR at ? nvi-ntk>1 aat Rood. hut "Hy thelr fruits ye aball know them." bnaa not endor^od and eannot endors* that which works our de strurtlon. Wo, the n.^mbers of the lUva Hoard and Faeulty in Joint t our disapproval of surh writinRs and request of you a halt alonR this llne. Yours for the good of the cause R. \V fJOFF, Dl I). I,. R. W. JOHNSON'. A. M. H. CLARK.E. A. M. Comrnittee. John A. Dix Sehool Ilurns to Gronnd. DEWITT. VA., F.bruary 4.?Tbe maln buildinR of the John A. Dix Industrial School at Dinwiddie, was d? mroyed by flre to-niRht between 8 and 9 o'clock. There waa conalder able wind blowinR at the tlmo and the best that could be done waa to eonflno the flames to this atructure. The several smaller bulldings were all aaved. The flre caused great excitement among the atudents. but none of them were burned or injured. The deetructlon of the buildlng Ia com plete, and very llttle of the furniture waa aaved. The buildlng waa worth about $10,000. Tbe achool of which J. M. Colaon. of Peteraburg, ia the princlpal, ia de> voted to tba edncatlon of tbe col th, botb ? Industrial arl ?tudi ? adowed bj \ ? ial to I ? but la now called I rleultural and Industrial E Mr. Willlam Ellls, Jr. is si< k al Mr. Thon Idock . 111**1 on Rei h W r,.,n of Lyncl ?i t? o 1 pnt in Pythlan < - II urch will vote on oallinR anpther i church ii.' Tho bulldlng of th.- Rlchi Athletlc and Soclal rinb ? :.>? Are I the Tonrt of Lynchburg >' nf ful. has in tho work on ? iundatlon dug a it?i our Hnol tor. whi.ii ha ir work in thl still Buff< -:o; vitatjon to the annual il John M ell, .'? ? ?? polltical l.ids falr t.. (oi' for Bnanclal world. ClncJnnatl, 0. Pythlan afonltor. -?o? i >r Broeght r of tho B !??.! the invltation to or tho Commem ement Ad I ?ituto, T ii Hon. Charlea \v. Ander of Internal Re venue, New York is to dellver tho Commencemenl :<>: Get out of tho Way of Btthag l>o?s: Prof. i). Webeter Darli will lec tara at tho Third Btreet \ kf. k (tiuroh on this fatnona rahjeet 10. 1908. Admlaalon 10 centa Ki:V. A. J. NOTTINGHAM. I'. _?n*_ ?o? PRINTKR WABtTKD (Maa)?A first . rlnter is wanted who eaa do both aewa and Job work. Good war Wrir,- to Ki:\ T. SIM.S, BdltOT Mi.soissippl Baptist anton, Miss. I.f"la < litcf of Xlnr Workrra. INWANAPOUS. Ind.. IYI>. 4.? Thomas L. Lewis of Brid^eport, O., ia announced to have beon alecttd presl dent of the Dnlhtd Mlne Workers of Ameriea at the cloalng sesaion of the annual eonvention. Froifn lo Death on Gr?v?. POTTSVILI.K. Va., Feb. 5 ?Lylng dead by tbc grave of his foater father, W. W. Willlama. who laft Cressona, near bere, flve years ago upon being separated from hla wlfe and three daugbtera, waa found ln the Cressona cemetery frozen to death. Llvee a Doabt* Lile. NEW YORK, Feb. 5-'Tm a born thlef. I can't realat the temptation to Bteai," waa the declaratlon made by Louia Woif, a wealthy rug mercbant of Brooklyn on.l.-r arrest there aa a piekpooket. Wolf made a statement In whleh he linpllcated u iawyer and others in a serien of off. i.-.- Mr. ull der deelar.-s Wotf to!d In d.tail th* atory of his duai life wheretl by day be was a ivspv.t.-d Inipines* man, bot at night a lawUsi oharnrter. if-- \v. <o>fr I Roler of the I Introduc of Ri( I>r Gofl I . Iron \ N'ortb Tblrd known ai ? ? ? i NOW IN MATTEAWAN. Bterrj H ? ' i \ ? t.tn... ?....?? t? m:\\ *t i I le ? had trir.I him I that I. ..f the .uiiit ted i ba a oua i tbat tba ? perta and ?o ?:? r a bowed tbat tuai. tive Inaanltj sut> Jected lm to reenrrent atl doilng whiili be b lik. ? uunlt mardi i ' Iie be btfld there "until dlecharged bj doe i?>u! law." ne." ba said In his nervooa ? : am going to Mat teawaa on tbe advlee of my coaa reaaala nnrll : ? actloa can 1h> taken tO ;?? My yjn regret Ia tbat I hare t<> be aeparatad v w iie and relatlve < I. > . 1 ., ,| plata llmlir I'lnnt Iltirned ?I.i:\ 1.1 \Mi. <> . I.- .. f?ur atory brfc k bnildiag cootalning tna mocnanlcal ?!? <.r tba r Pnblbtblug company tfeally doatroyed by tire Tba buiid tng doatroyed rontalned tna tonipua Idr rooai vith tweat] two Unotypea, JOb Btintl .?i-.iomis, boD and ?i\ d ,i!i in tna baaenM at ? ? osa on tna bnlld ooo. Tba aler will at the Ck Kewa offlea for the ? ?of To Itmrmagf the *lara. WA8HINOTON. K"eb t A nar BBM.nl <>r oa tba ti the DnltOd Bt ? .1 in a btll intHHinoed bj aaabar* ..J the arrangaainal <>r tba utara -1 flve aros ha co aatOffB of the arca to tx lar pentagono " v' < ? I ? i ? K?.r I'niiHr. W'Asn i ?? i :. t Tba pof> ornment is ;i Bamh irm* for anaaaaeb to tbe Pblltpptnea anotb er aquadron of l ?b( batTlrablpa and four orm daattnl Kvans' fleet. it is bnawn aatborttattvaly that the adtniiiSstratK'ii BBUBl to have the Kvans fleet return by way of the Suex canal. BONI WAS JEALOUS. AntiM ?..miI<1 i nn?- of I'U? I'lsnt at 4 tm i .Ii I >..i.r. PAB of Pilnce .ii de al < onrt. I and ? i out Bkle th< I ? that .a r the rollllf. ? take sault h ?i the res for the I i and v ' B oouie : when - SANDERSONS CIG GRAFT. ?tarriato i ?... 1 i . ,,,.i i.o.i h,. DrlNlla. 11 \1 ! , ? Bofacteredl i OOB> - his ? I 1m? ln the of t ???? ? "? ? ere pnt la ei i ih, after ?? ? I ; uia itiy. DEMANDS DCATH PENALTY. Caar'a Jnilifr Ailtocatr Woul.l llav? "i"....!. PWeh an?l It. Ua >hot. ST. PETER8BURO, F.-b. fi. ? Tba flnal aeaalon ot mrt nmr heU I.loutensnt <;.n?ral -??:. togethet with Geajetal Fock 1 leaeral Iteis*. is behag tried for rtiider of the Port Arthar for to the .lujunese. The jud. ,ite demanded that the court Itnpoea th?? death sentrnea upon Stoeasel, Fook and Keisa?upon ? speendbhi ugent for the sbameful surrendcr of the fortresa and the cowardly endlng of ita gloti ous defense and npon Fock and Keisa as the men who lnaptrcd and ahetted him. For Oneral S.uiruoff, who waa declared gullty of not havlng taken BfOa to prevent the Hurrender. th? advocate sjnked the severc pun Ishmcnt of imprisonmont at forced la* bor for four years. He declared that Keisa did not have tbe sllghteet clalm to clemeuoy; that he waa a llar and a vainglorious bouster. Ilna-he* at War With CaMblla*. a YORK :vb. 3.-A moKs meet ing that pa< kod the iiajeatlc theater here cheered (;overaor Ilugbee' attack on raee truek gambllng. ?l?>?r \ ?-<<>. . ? Ignrrlle lja??. m:\V YORK, I .??,. i . iDce I of alder m?n forbiddlng wonaea from un. in pul maj or statea that the aidernieii have OO pOWOt to uiake kik h law. Tho onlinanoe was ieslgned to have propri.-tors of beO ;ranta and other phaOM feaoi for pcrmltting thelr wouifii hmsjOj to stnoke. Pollee Calef *hoota Iltaaa*!'. ROANOKK, Va.. Feb. 5. ? After brooding over tl e killing of a negro untll his mtml was unbalanrcd, oaup led wltb a dreani a few ulgbta ago tn whlch he aaw tho man he had ktlled. Chief of I'oll. e J. F. Warden of <Jra harn. Va., blow out hi? hralna with a r.?oi\n. Harden on t'hristmas Jay shot Aleiandor I'reston. coiored, ia the dlscbargc of hl> duty.