Newspaper Page Text
M wai aie Inf _ \TlllDAV . FKitKTtltY *-*?. 01? ? il KVk KFi?l I \ M !< ?li RAKKRIFS Muvt ('?imply With ???<? I epeutment <?f :ure end? th< Bala Richmond. Vs. Feb. 1st. (SpeciaP.' -The end of the revent bakery con oversy has at last been reached, id al! ca -he futuro trouble is been removed. It will be re? eled that after an Inspector of Dy tbor Commissioner Doherty had "?/ vest? gat ed the ?sondltlon of baker- "* s In certain cities, reports were Dpn rculated to the effect that some of *' tese bakeries were In a most un san- *I>? try condition. These reports ..** 1 much excitement and led to , ? Investigation by the grand-Jary a ; one city. As no settlement was ?ached. Governor Swanson took the . ,jj r into his own hands and re- . tested the State Health Commis- GG. oner and Prof. W G). Saunders. ure Food and Dairy Commissioner ~.r< > formulate new regulations for ??, ikeries and other food roanufacto ea of the State. The Governors t iggestlon was at one ipon, ' ad the new regulations have been n ?rmiilated and issued In the recent , ,, ulMin of the State Departrae gricu!' ?nllness in the bakery and in w., :?er? food is manu- J1 ( ? is the fsndamental requlre ent of tho new regulations. The \ jildlngs. its floors, walks snd fur shings must bf kept In s sanitary id healthy condition, and the food, "** jrlng the process of manufacture ?~V eat 1 ? '. from dutt, ^*T. rt. and flies. Workmen in euch ants are required to be dressed ir. ?iothin*. preferable in clean hite suits snd ov-ralls and ran?: ?m any obnoxious disease ".dowa of such ma ctory or bak<*ry mutt be screened Ith fine ?ire gauze. The regulation* further provide \"T at r? shsll sleep in the j J e same room where food Is manu- .' ad and that no animals, ex- j? ? esta, be admitted to tuch " ration in any mann- ' eteiy, into specially "?* ovi.led cuspidors, is strictly pro? fited and no smoking will be '?"?' rmltted. T? .a must be - ovided separately from the work ,, op. The last provision of the new gulations haa to do with the de- c wagons or bakeries and like q tablishments. These wagons mutt covered and closed at both ends, m?*? cept in the cases of meat wsgons. te latter mutt be provided with (,on rpaullnt ' t the meat. nll_ It is fortunate that the Department ___ Aprirulture has the power under ' '-' e laws of the State to promulgale w|t. Me regulation* and to compel ob?- ._. The results, it is ... ?ate officiale, will !>.? great benefit to the people of the tte and will Insure strict clean!! ss in all food manufactories. 1 race _ KHlOBTs <n KlK?iass\N ind, At ? t.-ri wit! You are hereby notified that at __ ? last regular meeting of Mecca n.v mple. No. 1. I. D. O. K. K., held Friday night, February 6. 1?09. hun was ? that ej.ch member ? Temple be cited, through the umns of the Richmond Planet, to of t end without failure, the next reg? ir meeting of the Temple at thian Castle hall . at S P. M., on the first Friday gitio March prox. knoi lu si n ess of interest to every mem- eggs ? will be transacted; beside, the ther V. will give an Important lecture wall the secret or ritualistic work of Sj ? rank. Members outside the city '"Th? o csn make it convenient to do so. ran ? cordially invited to attend. ? of tl JOHN MITCHELL, JR. R V. ?can STEWARD, Sec. ? shov mak Portsmouth, Va.. R. P. D. No. 1. man Feb. 3. 1909. On the many readers of the Rich- a hi mond Planet: Hen [ wish to state that I have had anal claim promptly paid and <*o In? gratitude to the neficiary department of the lorll of Pythias, of which my port . husband, Mr. Edmund Bal d wa> I Having about ? > yea | in?? 1 ? ??'? ??d remained a full Tl her until his death. 1 , h also to stat?> that the Knights as Loire. ? ?ny trutl I loyal brothers an?l Knights to thou !r |?ledg<'8. I nm sur?? th:*t my Id not have made a more : when he joined alizo Knlgiits of Pythias. are am St Mary's He ? ?rt, Quiilin. Va., and have been who more than a ye\r. I am eneour ; ! I can in perpetuating as s hianism in this locality. ctfully, price MRS MARY. ? HALLA tobe 'e of the deceased. i'.li.MI'ND IALLAKD. ? ? race but j rhe Richmond Planet and the To r York Age are on sale at the this :e of Hobb's Agency on North to m ed Street at No. 318.. every Sat that xj and Sunday. They are only upon cents the copy delivered to any to m : of the city by carriers. Each you j ?>r will contain a column of tbe and le News each week. whisk ELAaf B. FULLER. . "Johi Secretary ; me. ? ,for? - * Hota! ? canno Subscribe to The PLANET. j build ??tient Speeches I>elivcred.?Dr. bul Ilo*en Makes I?rofouiieJ Ini- i def ps^das |!?r heridan. Ill . Feb. 13, 190 (not can Last evening B, lost.. I TO" sent at the Lincoln Cent?n- J at the Seventh antry IIHaotfl National Guard Arm- j ago. 111. The exercises were *'et under t1 uspleee of dft> ? of One Hundred, tbe wr,< Infantry, and the Colored "? A. J. Ca H 1) . 1'h D . G' olonel l " R. Marshal!. Eighth Infant k was furnish- ' choras of tl com- '*'' e<i of ' Th? Ub Of tna and The Eighth Regiment J""0. THE INVOCATION. , t!,fu j stai ^ror.. -rential fib-nce oi toj? spirit-blc-n Invocation, offered ' the R' arles Edward Che- an<1 B T. D.. to the sweet j?*1 he still", or the prsyer and : afosas EL ne, the Intervening moments . glowed. twinkled and ***t h?'d with ehe magnetic constella- ? is of great cannoneers of rhetoric 'n' masterful electricians of e'o- . e The hearts thus exhilarated !n ??^ led to rest upon the assuaging owe set adrift by the melodious rus, and to dream with the pa tic echoes of the band in its ren- . ion of "Massa in De Col.' Col', " _. .. be >un fri? lis spacious hall, with its seating acity of ten thousands was filled V overflowing with palpitating souls . h with the same Insatiable ? iger and unquenchlble thirst I ir more and more about this one ^ne ?arths few. who ?poke always |m. h a tongue of thought-borne elm- a^j with a heart of mother the ?sa and lived with a soul of Could there have aaa ? pre re In this hall every tllsh speaking, or English und ? this th I am sur? that each would have ? materially benefited. )wing to limitation of time and ? thle gram In the high places. TI >R fhe great honors of the evening the audience by I owen. D. IV. of uita. Os., aad tl m say that the dearly bole* of the Rev. A. J. Carey.' I?. Ph. I>. must have sounded ?y new chords uj>on the heart nga of this ? which o*> ised > - ? lllingness that he nld coni ? play thereon. I the many good thing* that ' g to me from this meeting. I it mention ? aoaossSdaata, hut I am an Rev. J. W. E. Bowen. I 'You cannot afford it."?Hon. Ham J. Calhoun. ro has bought his free i and ballot ?affh his blood, let have them."?Rev. A. J.. Ca? li D I'll D | ?niching upon these quotations, ? regard to the first. (I quote Howen, ured very forcibly that ea? ro is an ancestor In the fact that s a unit in the making of a rate. tille the Caucasian and other a may point with pride to their ? re. the Negro prefers not ad his tracks of Jan 1. He ?refers to stamp his mind with tbe fact that he is. ?rasent. the ancestor for his pos A'hat it shall be lies entirely ? him. That it shall be great Is ition. That it shall worth rise and stand a towering pyra In the history of the world of lan achievements. Is his determl on.' Another beautiful thought, adrift from the ebony-hued brow his speaker. Is seen In this sen A man who has a right to . has a right to be voted for In, 1: . ition of the corapo n of his .Audience, he said," I ? that I am now walking upon , but. I also, realize the fact that e are some eggs that should be led upon." J leaking of equality, he said: ?re Is no legad enactment that I make one man. in a true sense ?e word, equal to another. Law only grant him the privilege to ' his equality, superiority or in >rlty. Thought_power Is the Sara of the man. You cannot telieve that a certain black is equal to a certain white man. the other hand you would bare ir?i time trying to make me be ? certain white man is e- i to a certain black man. l must be decided upon its own ???? t. The more individual s les tb? : ;n numerical pro ion, the greater th?? ra Tl IR. CAI.HOI IRKS. ' ? 11 lng. .-dation from the address of William J. Calhoun. is ini- TI int in that it embodus a plain the ? and real thought 11.? said, urda art. "Tb? must realize ghtfully, thai idb-n.-ss, dial ' ' untrustworthinees, drunkenn?Bes blees ? ? Mata bim as a an and Th oust realize ? , rojo :ts a crime Is an enemy . and should be ucb. Today, honesty is at a Th ium and trustworthiness is a J. H. lees Jeu??] You cannot afford left ? anything less than manly men soul womanly women. , The white how s sins, indulged in by a small mi as a Tb in the country which he owns tue j u.not afford it." Thro aso, there is enough thought in man one s properly applied, ake a thousand races greater To< any that have ever breathed Build this globe .What a sentence hear eet the man with who gives schoc fc dollar and tells you to, "go treat yourself to a drink of Me :ey." Sir, I cannot afford it hard ?son, have a glass of beer with ?7 who are you going to vote A ? Why not vote for Mr. J. E. R 4P.: tV Sir, I cannot afford it. I t afford It. I am helping to Re-? a race. I am a unit in ?his the p iding. What if ? should be found stri icient, unsound. I cannot affonl teai There little Innocent colored! wit !. tell that Caucasian libertine thii t you cannot afford It. You can afford to accept his money. You not afford to wear his silk dress. ir mission in this great building 00 important. You cannot afford WA itep aside one moment from your t of duty. You cannot afford i' Ifla us take this aa our watch word ? and night. Thus always to the ??? let us say. "I cannot afford ? tho Q r:i ? BFtTL BLACK SERVANT, wit dra <e\t. Mr. Calhoun spoke of the witl hfulnees of the black servant woi t remained at hom*? and both ten te?-ted and provided for his mas- ? s family while his master went froi the battle field. He told a beau- ma? 1 story of the fidelity of a certain Lod re in this connection. He siso neg ! of some who followed and served Lo?J Ir masters on the battle field but often dragged their wounded ?be itere off the firing line and nursed ir wounds. He did not mention resi fact that many Negroes fought Mai tl the Union forces in the Civil the . and that Negro blood was shed Qua America's Independence from ord? :land. He may not have noticed mm thing that Abraham Lincoln saw tive the fact that the Negro consti- lak? ?d the balance of power that A e<l the Union as well as brought indi ut his own emancipation. He ter y have forgotten these things, kno ?e that was so long ago, or else io ? was listening to the stories of his nds when he should have been ding history le that aa it may, he was promptly I I most forcibly remlndenl. by the Hai r. A. J. Carey. D. D.. Ph D.. of nas hel Colored Church, Chicago, of hea se facts and a few others of like moi e. Pointing to the vener- ree? e gray hairs of the old veterans of 1 ivjl war. who sat on the front *< m_?_ w_ lined voice stirred the fountain of rs in this audience that mingled Hen h his own. a flowing tribute to ? memorable evening. ( ?LUC?AN H \VATKINS. cial NT \<? M.i.KO MASON'S Kiftsippl (?rand Ijodge Rescn lissie? of Newark, N. J-, l-oelge. ma? ieridiau, Miss., Feb. 1?.?One tha usand del- gates Ir tbe Mississippi in ? Ige of Masons today a Grand Master E. J. Martin to and w the color line and to affiliate vast ti no grand Jurisdiction that.Wa ?Id recognize a negro in the fra ilty. pon be action came upon information fair ? William D. WVilfkiel, grand I (ter of New Jersey, that Alpha bee o. 166 at Newark was a the ro lodere and that the Gran* po ll only warranted th?? lodge the admitted Its delegates to the de- nei i ation of the grand bodies. trie Ti e negro is not flt for Masonic ? lonniblliti^e." said Grand Master had t'.i. "an? bis utter disregard of cau? laws of morality and virtue dia- ing ! fy him for membership In any mit ?r of respectable people. We ball it draw the line with such pqsi- a h ness that there shall be no mis? ball >n notion al?out our position." to mong the delegates who warmly enc irsed the action or Grsnd Mas-, cou Martin are many of the best wn politicians and public officials Mississippi. Wants to Find Her. would like to locate my sister, riet Ann Carter. Her husband's le is Jeese Csrter. When I last rd of her she was living In Rich id, Va. I will he very glad to ?ive sny Information of her. LEWIS L GARRISON Lewiaburg. W. \ S wh( ing 1 liar and 2!s \v 1: r ??tor Says It Wee fio*. Cast at Election. By John Corrigan, Jr. I Washington, February 9.? (Spe . )?Senator Tillman was asked ty about the report that he had ?itted having once in his life ? r a negro for office, and had le the statement in the executive ion of the senat??. He denied ad ever voted for a negro ion, but said that when he ? governor of South Carolina. a member of the board of can lers he vot?*d to give George thlngton Murray a certificate of tion to congress over a white op ent. believing the negro had ?v won. : ai ned how the state had ? gerrymandered In very much same language as he was re? ed to have used. The purpose of democrats was to get all the ?roes In one congressional dls t. I Senator Tillman denied that he voted for a negro for office, be? se of having grown tired of vot tissue paper ballots. He ad fed having vot?nI tissue paper ots. meaning ballots so thin tbst alf dozen could be dropped In the ot box by s man who appeared he only voting once. The infer e was that each ballot was ntert lr John Brown, of Valley Lodge, > has been Ind oosed is improv? er. Jas. E. Chick, of King Wil a. Co.. was in the city this week called on us. Mr John H. Jones of 200 W.' t Street, Manchester, Va. is some it indisposed this week. n-fftfflV? ?y ruR?YTHl.. :.?? I ML C A enee was will Ire number last Friday Even- Sins lirin unis le class for the explanation o; Sunday-school lesson last Sat y was well attended. ing ? ie work in the city home was 3 ed last Sunday with three con- w"1 John and ie jail committee was mo st Suniay. ;" prisoners won for J.-sus Christ. e boys were ail dressed by Prof Rhorer last Sunday. Two boys the building rejoicing in their STAI salvation. Our brother knows to reach the boy. Tl??? ie men took an active part In it? neetlaf laat Sunday. Subject: th? w Out The Life Line. Every Vii waa happy. ? Fil ? *o i*7 5 P. M. at the Y. M. C. A. ?lo ing you are inviteli to come and the explanation on the Sunday 1 Lesson. Bring a friend. Loam Overt p be on timo Sunday ready for Bond work. The other man. .own?? on sa ipecial meeting for boys Sunday Other If. at the Y. M. C. A. Building. Fumi Other '. William Johnson will address Due ten Sunday 6.30 P. M. at th? Paper ..c ucn duukh meni ?old Me Fast. My Gold are Forgiven, He Lifted Me. Silv? g tbe other man. Men :><;."> days All c L h?? | . service for th? ioti: Bvangelistlc Meet Bundjay Feb. 2Mh. P. M. 1 ?r. G). Webster Davis Capi r ? special address Mr. Surp - will sing special so- Writ Talk ting ii|). Work Indli pray hard. There are men to to cl Time 'cry home Is requested to have al prayer I .r th.? Y. M. C. A. - I. swea 11 mi vi o? the ?? urea M ioMUTION dl M.., i, mom' Mechanh-s' Savings Bank of conni ibniond. 1 ?ateel at Richmond in sj| th ? County ?.f Ilenrlco, State of day ? rginia, at the close of business, of m 'th Day of February, IOOO. made the State Corporation Commis? ?? Gorre RESOURCES. s and discounts.$10014.31 Irafts . 1114.85 s. seasnri?ef?, etc... J. including? premium State me . 11697.37 8w real estate owned. . 982 65.13 me b tor? and fixture?... 2160.62 day c caah item?. 1080.81 'rom National Banks 15606.15 J currency. 890.00 My c< '?_* th? 1 coin. 222.50 r ? ??in . 90.00 M ther items of resources 1856.50 $t ? -\??> Total.1143000.88 then? LIABILITIES. j ??," Lai stock paid in.$25000.00 0??'* . 6250.00 and ! DBpald . 317 91 jjpjp ?dual deposits subject -ialh eck . 39503.69 ?lcates of <l?poslt 7 1929.2S Wan Total.f 143ftS\Sa Thomas H. Wyatt. do solemn)} J r that the above is a true st of the financial condition of tbe anles' Savings Bank of Rich- t?t-8 J I, located nt Richmond, in the r<_?. y of Henrico. state of Virginia, ?eTT* ' e close of business on the fifth ,?^,?? ?)* February, 1909, to the best ed fro? ? knowledge and belief. THOMAS H. WYATT, Cashier ? ct?Attest: } Dei JOHN MITCHELL. JR. hat b JOHN R. CHILES. j weeki J. J. CARTER. the s Directors. , Jeffer ? cover of VirgfBis, City of Richmond. orn to and subscribed before Pio y Thomas R Wyatt thla 12th very f February, 1909. are ? . THOS. HBWIN. Notary Public brow? ?-mission expir?e Apr. 18, 1910 'Comi Big Saie begins Feb. /8th. ( >? i 'Ne/son Shoes9 We are Having a STOCK REDUCING SALE. a*cl Now is Your Opportunity to Buy a Pair of the Well Known "Nelson Shoes" at a BARGAIN PRIGE, f Ladies* $3.50 Patent and Gun Metal Shoes @ . . . .$2.65 Pr. Ladies' Patent, Tan and Gun Metal Shoes. Lace and Button, Worth $3.00 and $3.50, @.X.$2.45 Pr. \ Ladies Shoes Worth $2.50 and $3.00. Now go at $2.15 and $1.95. SEE OUR WINDOWS. COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS.-^ The NELSON SHOE G0.9 417 Cost Broad Street. ????????????????????????< :h:h,o-::oo-::v::k:)oooovOOOOvO-k:ooooo ;? i Newest Thing in Town I Tine i I m j Exclusive Raincoat ? STORE i Opens Friday, Feb. 19th Wtitch for the Opening Advertisement * I ? in This Po per I ?? ? Biggest Money Saving % Event in this City. ? ?:::? r I i; Guarantee Raincoat, Go. S 403 East Brood Street. I I :? O >O?::'OOOOOvOOOvOOvvvvOs:'OvOOOOOO ? . .-? - ,oioreii Skin Made Lighter jr centuries the scientific men been trying to mske dark skin er colored, not by srtlflclal whlt g but in a natural way. At last CHEMICAL WONDER CO. of York haa discovered "COM XION WONDER, which doe? ? a lighter natural color every It Is applied. The effect Is not Iclal. The lighter coloring Is ral. The effect on the colored j tenance is magical. ie CHEMICAL WONDER CO. is best friend tbe dark race ever It has preparations for kinky which exactly suit colored peo The WONDER COMB magneto lille, help? to straighten hair. >sts only fifty cents and will last e-tlme. ie pomade called WONDER UN ' keep? hair straight and plla The WONDER COMB and CDER UNCURL when used to er, will make any kinky hair i well. If the hair Is too short. WONDER HAIR-GROW. This liquid fertilizer for the scalp. at fertilizers in the corn field 9 the corn stalks grow, so this d fertilize? the scalp and make? lair grow longer. B. BERGER tt CO., 2 Rector v.'ew York will send any of these .'DERS for fifty cents or all of for $2.00 delivery free. Send office order or money. Infor? no book free. If you desire to ove your appearance we will '?fully write you without charge ?romlse that our WONDERS will to advance colored people so r and commercially. Agents ted. I If SO < Plan John per ? If land If buy Root EOPGE O. BROWN, PHOTOGRAPHER, L ?ad ML. Richmond, f ? Pbotowrncha. Tracto Lifo. Hl?? <?'? ?. l_nWwt Im pr o ?em ?-? ta t?> Phot ou rar -?loor Work --?wntod Baa_aoanhi* >? ? and ?t????? Serri? Plctar?* Bnlrr. ?. Old navstlv?? ?or Pnotoffrapa? 1st n_ Curl rlt -?a (Tot Kin Tbe ? born. ?oft a ? io; ???p m? * Bel Ab* ?ulta ? Dell ladies For bur ai If jot ??a-? "G Rani ? ?ab TV*?? Sta Onf b W<? paj lu 1-8 Boar? ?colpi he ?? ? icon ?. H. Scott, 1107 ?. 1st St.. een Indisposed for about three ?, but is now improving under killful treatment of Dr. E. R. ton. We wish his speedy re r- ? k ?hecks are not becoming to black countenances, but they beautiful adornment to light t skin. There are two klnJc of dexion Wonder Cream*. No. 1 ii;a.k?'i gives attrae mend Crean 'Uncu their and d ?. B. New 1 ?- ? *~r M.J ??G??? nnt. why not, whsn a bom? is saslly secured in Omohundro'e on New North Road, near 8t_ s Church. $5.00 cash and $5.00 nonth? you want to be somebody, bny and own a*nome. you want to own a home, or land, see M. H- - 1H?NDRO. a 32. 1103 E. Mala St. City. Straighten your M 8m?:?t har? need only eoa botti? of mated? ana now I ?odd not bo wl lout It, makaa my hair nef* ana at.-a,l?nt and o eomb and alao start? a n?w growth. ?. W. r. Waliis, Sta. 1?Unrrlmae, Teen. Ford's Hair Pomade marly known a? Oaowiaad O? Marrow) .y nan of sncoees baa proved lu merita, ine of Ford's Hair Pomade makes atub hersn. kinky or early-hair strelg-bt. nd mossy aad easy to oomb. and arrange ? stylo deatred oonalstent with iu 'rrjsth. >oves nod prevente dandruff, inv?f?.ratea nJp, atop? the hair from renio?? out or Ins off and fives It new life aad rltror. olutely hannleas- used with splendid ie? rran oo the young-eat children. oately perfumed, its use b a pleasure, as of raOnement everywhere dec?an-, r? Hair Pomade has unit-tois. Dont ly tb Ine else nlleg-ed to be "juntas good." ? want the heal rarat.i? buy tbe beat te?It will pay ou. Loek for this name on ?tvpry package. "?' ararsi?? ennuot ?apuly woa Wish Ska ? w? will .end yon ?Ml? racoler aia? for ? ? ? .SO bottle? " ? . ? ? ? 40 otti?, sanali ** ... .28 ' POSMee and erpre?? eh.rgaa t? all pointa ?A. IVaen crderin? ?en? Pr.it*! or Ktpra?? Orlar. All erdors ?htpp?d promptly on : of prie?. A<1 droit. Ozonized Ox Marrow Co~ mt Simla 8t. Illru. IU. I?"? ?AIR P"alDI? I. mad? only la Cfcl G lb? abo*? ?In?. ?aneas? Want?? Kutwrwlw?, ? any dark skin lighter. No. 2 women with brown skin a very ti ve complexion. We recom our women to uee 'Wonder ?' and the 'Wonder Comb' with If' pomade. This will improve faces and make their hair Ions reesy. Each article costs 50 eta Berber 4b Co., 2 Rector St., rork. will mail It on request.