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?* VOLUME XXVI. NO. 32. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. S ATLRDAY. Jl'LY 10. 1909. PRICE. FIYE CENTS. "If You Ever Return, God Have Mercy on You." AWARN1NG SAID TO HAVE BEEN SENT BISHOP E. W. LAMPTON IN C1NCINNAT1. laetl af tha A. M. B. Church 1. if the i f its h'.s As th Commission waa in aession during the ciosii:. Ilberfarce rni r of min Can? ada ."? ent. All ? of the eoin ?t Hish.ii> VAlpJ . II th.- 1 ing over dlatrlrts ln the t'nlted States ?uncil l Salter and Kllpper. Durlnp f ng of tb B, while i waB ardently advocatlag tb. aaasea af th.- Oaaaral Oaafar ? hall in the Ceatral Baath, rpt from the l"in ?luirer was handed to him: ? iNi; Angry Who It ?it to n 'Hello' t'romptn POpalBl From His Miasi.? HotiH- to Clneinnatl. i rer.) lta, Miss .Tin . ? -1 * 11 h I] ? lephone oparato andl?? 'MrRB' b ?tBtiashte'-a name when atimi '..11 of SHOafl M I \ I III I \l K \o. i?.? i the MeaaaJta. Th?- tl\ and 11.? have letlag clalmi as the most oa :nnier. \\"bile I er m -h la that !:? BBITB. ?J claiais. Tho BBtJSQOltO .iiffloillt ? out of thf ? on<?- | . vlllllltll Of and ln. iuring the l.iirht hoara; and h?- la th. nually afflUts thousands ln the E Tn*' af fornis af aa - aaa t.f them are haiBliBBB ao ffl . rying taa is ooaeeraed. Other I not le.?,s unsiispicious tooklaf d malaria broatlcast. The lay man can - BT malaria inostjuito. from the BaraUeaa Baoaajito The only sure methotl of riddlnr any hoaae of BBOaojattoee is t.. prt their hr. i ?B By more than a f, b hundred roa* th.-ir heeadlag place, they can raadlty he klUcal off hy daetiuj ng placaa laltoee I in standing wa? ter. hence if all standing wat-r >v drainetl off. th.-> will he killed .tiK-s liaptiens that tha - be altogeth.-r rt-niov.Nl. in aa ridden man has an? other resource. not less . if he wiii t.tk- rhmi i*.t. nii it with keroeeae all aad pour tha eaa tents lightly over the standing aa ter, he can prevent the hreathlng of young niosquitoes and therehy kill tbMBB off. A quart ot | liRht ly sprayed. wil! effectually cover the surface of a small pond. lt must be laeaaaBharaa that run? ning water Is not a breeding place for mosquitoes and that they cannot hatch until they 1: n in water for at least t. Rut it ls e. qually true that they can hatch and ! by thousands in a verv small amount of water. They may hatch to be sure. in a stagnant pond. but they can hatch Just as well and al tnost as numerously ln a raln harrel or a flower pot. A tin-can left n.-ar the house and filled by the raln may ba the lurking place of the breedera. The only safe course ls to exara lne thorouhly the surrbundinga of your house and destroy or oil every pool of standing water. great small All aboard to the Reach with Flrst Baptist Church Sunday School Tneaday. July. 20. 1909 ?Mr. Charles H. Oibaon of Tua? kegee Inatitute waa in the city this week. He had vlaited New York. ifl M ? Church. th. proaali vi bls ly. ' "If >? ra, Ood hivc on you.' is the warnin Bclanatl, hih Alarnied at th? thraata <.r the hot ? niniunit \ ni.-n and oth.-r ng last night to take st< : -it vtolei BptOB toe :'ons addressed his daughter as *<lerlfBlB' while Boaactag a toa r her Batnrd \t a mas af ?ii ehflal to hnch I.ainpton' because he aaa b< :? th. whites. Cooler coun sel tinally 1 aad tb Uoa ' from town The eoaaanratlre cli ? LaaaatOB proi aoaM he wlsh to return " Ra paused for a few minutes and aaal: "Th ' aaa i Ith. i left my home l" ;;m \ M Saturday Jaae li'th ln company iberg. J ..u^hter. Misg | Memphis en I have no baowledga ot a mob or naol ar eantal ? ple m the South are belng misi myaelf." ?*\\ \H?R|| >| \,,\y REAfJl ,,, on \ D I'ark.-i i., laaa rimrge.?Baate laaaaaaaaa <>t INabcaeeaaeaa aa Beajaa .itii> IB. tnon.l. Va . .lu; | of Health tO-day annou;. arraaj . haaa eomi for t!. atorium for the treattaeat cnloslfl on July is. The BaBatortaan "'?! !;??.<: i Bal phar Sprinjrs, in 1; ..tv is ally complete, and l?r A \V : CommlesloBer of :<? aho has had the eharaa, has ratarned t?? Rlchaaoad. it is also aaaoaaeed thal i?r. Tru 1 ? mviteti t.? Baaame l ? of the Saaatorian aud to oaaa the piaal to pattaata i>r ?i the ient t>f tabercnloele, aad ! to r.-main for a month al tawba to s.-e that arr.-t; 'or ...rrying on the *,,, Unenl before a ,,. intend.-nt is rhOQBB The hy the Par. ehoaoad a pevtieaeal Bapertateadeat for tha ita). -natorium was author t?y an approprlaUoa of the ?! is Intended t?> *<ve the latest and most impr... of coaeaaiptlon. Altb there are more than 108 applh-ants .natorium on eaa bt n :t nr?t This number will be increas-d from time to time. as the faeiliti. enlari P.trker will leave th.- city in a davs to tak.- BI his temporary dutie? at Catawba ISBINOTON - - Departed this life suddenly. June 13, 1909. at 6:30 a M . at his r- ;-,,?, St.. \ew Y?rk City. Oaa II Wnsh ington, Jr . the beloved husband of LaBla H i.-kins W.ishin was for many years a teacher in the pahltc schools of ...Ichmond. The funeral scrviees were con I at St Marks' hf. E Chun??.. U.-dnesday. June 16th. the Re\ Brooks. pastor. offlciating. He loaves a tl.-vot.-d wife and a Bf f ri. nds to mourn their los-\ 11 e was a worthy member of Oold en Fluce Lodge Odd Fellows. 7 887, the Marine Benevolent Asso ciation of N. Y., and the Men's Pro ? l nion. No. 1. each of whlch furnished pallbearers. The floral designa were many and coatly. I am going to Join The Fimt Church Sunday School outing Are you ? I>.\...ttinu Uae Negro. Ia OaariJB, Ahere in th" South. thi aal shallow leaaa gogae ahea aU other ammunition ls exhausted. and ha has no aaa uith whlch to implore a follow fag, faiis bach <>n ahaae of the at A meaaan a latrodaca?] ln tha atara <>f thal lll aad ohejr t'? inands of the n>: the lin?- of the <; alllfy the board of arl lion to Whlch thi the white fir -lwav company was Yiitually it requlrea all n ernploy arhite afi Rohe Smith. arhi rnor Bhlp, at the ai tha large majority of his fellow b large part af his tarawell m ln attacklntr the nojrro. has a law to paaial ??!>? anybody who at ramata to balaea aagro lahatara to Stati Y.?: -vb;t. . - pBTBlltl iae flrearms and blud -? th. beat and most progresslv*- of ti cro labor. the covernor so: on while the work is done and ally BBd it and gfeea I r tha mob the forra and force af law an.l managera of eaw-mills and ? rprises eomplain of the and worthlessness of ne? gro labor. Yet as sooa as ?ry and strength flts himself to earn fairly food wagea he ia pouadad on the head wlth a Ctah, i>. rforrit. d wlth buck-shot or chased out of th .n a noos? Is it posstbio of folly and Inconsi-f : lichl here at home ln Vir ?ild. The ople along a BWB th.-ir and refuslng te their mail hacaaaa tha earrtar is a i appareatly a thoraagbly rt an.i aaaaaallr lotetllgeat man. n<> aaa impetltlvi ..min.ition ov.-r Blevaa other Bppll-J them a , tha II ia brought to D at our loora by reapectable aamod&tlag i Oar food is haa by negroes after 1. ihad b> . tru. \iiKini:in enjoys nothing qalte ao mach as ? corn ; B thi. k bl M j,s Bpper side the prints of the fing.-rs of tha aagro w<.; lough, ahapad th.. loat : it ^. rnty me Ot them told th andln Ir mail ! rier has brought it from ,h*' ' pal it la tha box I'roi.at.iv two-thlrda of thi b.-.-n atTaaatoaaaaj all their to having aaajro farm hands tha iHistofhV.-. get their maili . it hOBH tO th. ? IteUha ? Vir. paopla act rooltahly Lat our Cltj coaaUtaeaU eonslder OW1J position and r. alize how lllogical and tatlla it is Tha] utting off their nos They cannot bull doze tha 1'nited States government. The government will not ha erlppled by their refusal to r.-.-eiv.' their mail. and is BOt lll uie of appointments or ti -ul:s ot .,p.-n examina ,ions '?? ' ? to show their dialike of a aagro. w ? , this country a a^kasj many thousand rural aad the aboii t.oM af one in Jaaaaa city county Va., will not raus.' any dlsturbing Jar at Washington. If the reported tl of the negro carrier su. the net result will be that the rout. will be abolished and the people whom the government trled t > ohllge will go back to the old way of toiling over aome sir p, twelve mll. I of road. uaually bad, once or twicc a laatead o* having tluir mail b-ft at their doors daily. Could anything be mor> BHliiiiBtBBBBBl We thought Virginia was i?d of all this anti-uegro agitation and faalhn vhen the BBgaaa for lt waa r?i: by the retnoval ? f \\u negro froin rollUea. Let bj hipe that fha spi-.t report.-d in James City is merely lo? cal. due to some strictly local cause and that the rest of the State will ler it only to laugh at it._ Ruhmon.l. Va., News-Leader July 2, 1909. Mrs Klizabetu Davis, formerly of thla city, but now of Rrooklyn, N. Y . accompanied by her daughter, Miaa Lilllan G.. viaited our oflce this week. GURREMT SPORTING GOSSIP. Kel. liel P:ipke Pig^t I* Whlelj Riv CBssef*. The K- light. whlctl twenty ronnds j.' Oolraa hfoadaj aith rhamplon toplc anior-g si>ortitm men rrom ?npulsory | t the vaiioufl eonfliciina-- for what They w. re worth i the spe. crled "Robbery!" -. BilH Roche. <!? tavor. ? the best Judgep of pug1lir*m who were lf? to thr effect that rdict. , jaJalng his rul after the nilll sal?'. "Kett hel was the aggressor at all He also landVd tbe . ' and ' i;i hes aeffi scor?*d only knockdown. in the centh round when nearly think that to the liinh. Th're Is abso tlon that Ketrhel was to tbe deerslon." r N la. oba. hoast ph> at Trlnlty H after examlning Ketchel'* hands said day ?The fractare of the richt baad mabl) o. t-urred la the early da of the flght bm l rauaed n aarellli . *nrrour..i>i?i ti* i uv-^y *aaV nntl prrwfV. ???..? left thumb." Th-- statenient he.i-s OB< I Baade i.y Ketchel i rl(ht hand in 1 and thal he coat laaed ta ase it aoa thaa until the twalfth roaad. aaa w th both i lajared, ai praved i>> Dr. .i. aniinati.tn. Bportlaa, aa da] thal it was aa why Ketchel did - out. Ketchel. etea ? M is aat ?Luck B haad frtitu patttat Papka whea I had blen gotag in tha Dth round. l beal him all the ip to that polnt. and I'm sure I eoald l. .>,. qi ti:>- Mniit lf I OOald have us.-d niv lajared la th. aareath round. whea i ti it Papka aa top af i ae head a h. b h , *, ap in his OWB corn.-r. Bal I dldn't r teal ra] i hrohoa for Utl enth roai ti 1 ti M Hritt that w ' thal Pap OnM not ko twelve ronnds I kaea thal I would hare ha Icht the 6 hand. I I knock.-tl oal my left thumb. ahlch it doahly hani ror me la la> '..1 of i aoa th< eadaioa all right. bat am natural; i tii.i not aeore a kno< kout. Paj.k. lot of hohllng la the cllache* * iieii he wa> n, troubh hurt me with his Moas, I will fhrht him again at any time and wlll t" a finish COafeel " rohbed in the niost cold i Papka. ?Ket.hei haaploa and this fellow Rot he. knowing that ha ? | favorite -? hetting. didn't have n.-rve enoaght to ,i. .,jngt him A draw would hav.- beea had enough, hut to give the fight to Ketchel. was simply a case of highuay robbery. I ehallenged Ketchel to another mill and if he acot pte 1 wRJ, beat bim sure. Rut Roohe will aot be the oe eaa l?? Papke's friends on the roast had Roche aa the griddle for fair yester day. The the referee was in the employ of Promoter Coffroth and that he was ordered to decide ln Ketrhel's favor so that the Ketchel Johaaoa fight would be pulled off at Colma next Octol.* r aceording to schedule; also that the "rlght money" placed on Ketchel cut an important flgure. The total receipts were 82 3.200 of which Ketchel re I $10,441. Papke $8,480 and Coffroth $9,279. Thoae who saw Ketchel knock Jack O'Brlen out twice were disap P*>lnted by the Michigaa Liou's ahov ing. But they were inclined to tbe bellef that Ketchel could r.ot hare done his beat; in fact, they said lt aaa poaalble tbat he bad gone atale because of continuous trainlng wlth? out a letup for nearly four months It-waa also their opinlon that Ketch? el should take a long reat, get out of the middlewelght claas perma nontly and take on flesh ln order to get ready for Johnson ln the fall. Ketchel, tha] said. dld not flght aaj Ba tackled O'Brlen. H? did ai in his . t the 8*111, probab'.; a to take rhaaraa witb ? rrific punch. not nnderatand whj p.ij Uaall un thal ?1 bad Injured his hands fact, Keti bel d of hurtlng his right hand la : b.?;n w ?aal d.. h || tra? n,a\ bavi ap ho :uring the flght. Ii tch w bi. | *Altll \s toitaaer put it: "it Ketchel could not stop Pa 1 of hia Wll.lt bbb, who taller and will aratgh probably peaada Baaraf" ?hel ha? called .'ff rmind hout with .1 in. FI>nn al Aagelea aa Jalj i i aa eMaaJ i for a r?-st Hut tb. that Ketchel will agrec t.. fl^ht ? ?ni aa Laboi Pieaaoteri i" that town ha I ?-<? for Ihe mill and Hritt is aaid aad if it - that if aaeaaaary Laagforl wm . M K.-tch.-l al Kly or any i irblea \ i ilt of the Ketchel-Paplu boat be ^rinned and aaid: "I I . h. ls hands ba ail right aaaa ha I lOBl want bi! aaj aacaaaa aft.-i iv- pallahad him off He s a Btaa young man. but I 11 havi c ?r a pu \? t< tn I ..nt ?if th.- rin* until the Johaaoa nolll. will flght K rounds at tha PBlnaaai ? Fri uh< and a ra, in a *i\ round bonl burc n?\t Tn. Bfter r mill he wlll aaa aa fat thi 1 To - July lf, II uiely ill Tha iii.: ,,ui,. Ilsbed an excelleat accooBl aad aaade ? nn'' iiiitarium eatabllahed by J. h Ward M h aaa la aaa af ? klllfal aargeoBa la thla coaatry. He roaaj oarae an.i ahe th all k and ln Meiiioriani. KP ln loving rernemb: of my sist.-r. I B Kemp. who died .luly 9. i I her. Hut Aagala kaa d her Baota, And tb.-v have BwBetl*' called her. To yond.r shlning shor. The golden ga BBBl, A gentle voii e said And with farewells unsjmk.? calmly entered h Her I) UalCfl K BURRBLL AXNCAL <H l l N?. ' BM go wlth us on our Annual Outing' Ta Bucki day. July 2 0th. 1 ?< of First Baptist Church Sundav School and Board of Ual Refreshments on traln in abund ance. Special arrangements have made for the provision of 1 without escort8. Also no pains -pared to make things pleaaant for chlldren without parents. Special attractions for the day will be Bathing. Crabbing. Foot Races and Boating. A Steam Iaaunch has secured to take paaaengers to Sewell's Polnt, Willoughby Spllt and Cape Henry. Fare. round trip: Adults. $1.00. Children under 12 years. 5o Cents Traln leaves old C. & O. Statlon. lfith and Broad Streeta at 9 o'clock; retnrning leaves Buckroe Beach at 8 o'clock Sharp. W. T. Johnaon. Paator: W. T. Whlte, 8upt.; Jaa. H. Morton, s R. T. Hill. Treag ; H G Carter. Chairman. VOIGE FROM AFRIGA ? My Dear i>r 1 am Borrylag e llttle this A arm, litth aith uo i the Baoae] to ba) it. This plfl : 11 > liar.l I BUPpll< ehaata laiport oal] ti. - that is a rule lhitl I Ifl oir luostion. There is no not pay her offi* ? money lh loreign in- rchants ls to g that they can for as near nothlng as h 01 that IflBfMMted aaoa those poor blln.l pha, with the ooaaeal of the fljen yea Wlth the pl.asure of the Bf the : d cannot see Hia way - bj Lit.eria. Theae haata, eomblae witn the polltlciaaa, and Legialators ha\ le influxes of runi aad gin ilrlven all the home D who ar.- Chn.-t i.ms. out >>f tra.le. The poor araal ? go aild v\n. v pass a . ? runi or pin proaa hia brothar I Ha ? only compoaad of mea, bal are oader the atora r the ? urle.l I it is a herd aad coatlnned with runi. Mohami tltloua ? "i> tl tad the ai the < hareh aad n Blldfea t.f tt.. ?i up In the way t! ition ma told us to tl.< h, BOaN no more depead aholly apoa the of v to the old Bphralma ood reealta, than i ceadom Oai in our mlastoa rl the Sun.l.. Chrtstiaa charcat ' u '" at ,j, h nnir? theea. if you eoaid beard yoar boya thla mornlng I, ror Olfl of Thy Lore "H !ers." "What a Friei.d We Ib Jeene," "Dare to ? eaa boya can do no betl Bal it iiard woi ro-thlrda of rillsed i until th. 1 ? avy preachlBf appoint hut if my ?r is aick or absent. I will re? main to look after BI h aay de,,r little boys. Tv. ,r to uing. T: m\ub ing as niir own sons This training work !s sweet tt. i. ? \, taa LaorJ'fl Prayar and in using tnutii Bwaataaaa Bad n.-w ligbts have aaaaa to me. You said in our Mission Herald that I!.- praya not wbo nienr - the Kingdom of C.od." Baa true; for the klngdoros of th are not only not ours. but are diametrically opposed to the Kingdom of Oi Tell the dear brethren and sisters to not tire in clothlng. feeding. ? ? d in Bhort, . ivilizing these benight.-.i boya, who are ao Bllllag to leara, eajee you get them started You aaa *ahar that never heard ..f leaafl un? til you aent them the measage through youi missions bere. Their fathers and mothers have not aa yet heard of your ioving Savlour. O. how inspirlng lt ls to bear them saylng the Lord's Prayer every morn ing in concert before leaving their Hair One of them leads in the prayer and another leads ln the song. When tho beli rlngg for them to ;p to say their prayer. I get up and bow ln my room?our pray f*r* golug ,ip together Angela have no better employment than you have kindly given to me. But you wlll get the reward; for. "How can they preach ereept they be aent?" Now. Ood bleas you. all your a . lovlag contribntors, ls my ra truly, 11 n non Mr. i urt.-i Has aa < bataJ BT, t> You- - - lf*. R i| If not Ins11!t? d b. MET and other Joaraa lag the Afiica woald niurh THINKB Mi; B \LL MISTAK ? ? la in proajraaa it n than that rlcan wlll Insist on usinp; the llttle. ?or thaaa ta arfte ar thi: oni.y trum insii.tinc Tlw lag to tha btaeh i>. ai ? poadaal ? ha has | Klng tbe Negro name of 111 contln ?Jaa ii bbi .j. .>'*j>. to aaaaa aaal >.-. tbe writ T\vt) LKADING AUTHORmi ln and the Hr Bowen f... i. n Ball is agaln miataken wb- : turn tb- | b M r T \\ ? gettla ? 11 as the MANY OTHJCRrS favor it Rditors and Aathora favor the adoptlon of the itlon. ' term american is a loag o: fi.ly |a wrlting as the t.-rm W ? BhaB, not adal terra thal the white man prejadica aad our fri.-nd ol fear that tha ??? arlll ir; any ?av retard OBERT V. ER ' m -ition to 'gla ls a o that ... tht. Of labor unionism It ls car? rylng race prejadt. v too far ? man is lealed. on account :"r- fh? right to earn an ' living for hin.seir' and fam !iy' } -nsideratlon of human ? ?nd of pablfc poiiov ? of pow? er aad a nerversion of right s, ealai - too Ohjeet of reproach for ??*????. lartaaaa and immorality But when BB is willlng and aager to -.rK. and is prohlbit.-d by supcrlor lalaaaaa and power from dolng so 3~WJ fl()t Justlv no agalnst K^aihV av.^ln8t fh?8e who 'nterpose less ,d,e- ,aZy and ?* The most enllghtened public opln Lro Sk8 ,th' 'n <*f the N> Kro. vvhy? Theoretically. to m?k.> Olim a better citizen. Ta he made a cltlzen by denying hlm the r.gr.t to labor and compelling hlm to become a loafer? The question furniahes its own answer. and is too absurd for aerious conslderation. ?Peteraburg. Va Index-Appeal. ?Mrs. Carrie O. Kelley and chll? dren of Atlanta. Oa and Miaa Blnora Rutherford of Tennllle. Oa. are vla itlng their eiater. Mrs W. F. Denny 610 Ft, 3rd Street.