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RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1909. PRICE, FIVE CENTS Addressed by President Wm. //. Taft The Representative Colored Cltizens who were addressed by President Taft. Wednesday morning. November 10. 1909 at Richmond. Va >,,?..?? K... D ? . Bi ^''Tr".^^ v?"Vakt>n Th? ^^ iW.on a.. hs Inllowa: 1 \\ ,n. ,1 Mughes. ' * g l; Ar- ", ",.' ,.X ,Dfc tl C Burke. 10 j B Jone*. D !> ll J_Ta" ; '! - ^ ht> J;,h'| ? - .,. B a b. w, Broaa ;,s?* jrol?r' Wl T. lohaaoa. D n l? 0 n ii. r?-,.,, m \> OW JohaooB *a T. Taylor. __. Henry Hallory. IS. K ?? n *t i?iien *??* **? Mitehell. Jr..id, t*oB_ M. Crump. 21. Tho, BurVell EfOWARD 01 rTLATI BHAW 17 to 0. lt> I . Ilei.j i urley. Howard adminlstered a crushing defeat to niveraity last Sat urday eJekrlj r an pertority in nearly every part ot the game. In the beglnnlng of the game. hoa/efer, the teams were paora evenly niatehed. Howard soon set tled down and kept Shaw at her mercy throughout the gar i ontest boaft BBf, bare ly averted ending in a torfeiture of the p Howard. During the first half the ball was punted down the fleld by Howard and a Shaw player caught the ball. but loat lt when tackled by Tyson. Captain Lawrence, of Howard Univaraity carried the ball over for a toach down. The opponents klekert, on the ground that ihetr man sigiialled for a fair calch. The deraskm was glven to Howard and the Shaw quit the fleld. After eonffrtdering the matter the Howard maaageT gave in and the game eontinued. This act aroused in the Howard men a greater desire to win and each man played hia part. In line hucklng. in runnlng and aklllful do fense and all arpund foot-ball knowledge Howard ezcelled. Shaw fought hard from atart to flnjsh and did not give up untll the game was/nded. Every man on the How? ard team seemed to understand every play that was contemplated and llttle strength waa wasted on this account. The work of the back fleld was Buperb and the making of boles by the liae was spectacular while on the defensive nothing paas ed Howard unnoticed. The elever ends outgeneraled thelr opponenta, followed punts and downed thelr ?men. Few Shaw formatlons were ancceasful, beeanse of the work of the ltne. The team showed oeca Bional flashes. Their handling of punts was poor; team work was lacklng and thelr formatlons were Blow and far from perfect. Joyner of Shaw. did some splendld punting. but waa soon ontdlaUnceJ hy "te^rlble,, Terry. the half-baek. Of howard. figured coa?pic ui onan ?nld raaalag while his men fonnod almost pertecl tn terfereace for a bttatai ;ds. Tyson, on ,-nd, playod his usual hard game and made many I icalar tackles. Durrah and ag in tackleo kaaa] with the hall and ptcbad out thelr maa | time. Hattb Bad Bell in guard play ed haid. eonslatent fooX-hall ln ing up holes. and blocking Itbamgb Thomas ln a falVed at tlBBaa to paes the ball to an rragaaaa aaaasaaa for punting ia aBj-Ob and aetlve. The hack-l aald waa well nigfi tavlaoible. n romposed of men who know foot-' ball ahd can play it. Allen. rn fallj hit tba line repeatedly for 4 or I yards and alao made 3 touehdowns. while i star. and "terrible" Bbot through holea llke light ning The work of "tab" Howard. Gilea and Stratton on end was very effeetive while "blg" Jack ln guard and Beamon in tackle kept up the good work of thelr predeceaaora. Franklin and Bruce in the back-' fleid tore off dlstance juat as and Terry. Coach Marahall had a opl-ortunity to try out many substitutea. Line up and surumary: Howard Poaltion Shaw I Tyaon.L. E.Cheek Glles, Stratton Thomas Durrah.L. T.Rogers ' fBrown Atwaters' Thomas .Center .Jonea n?'U.R- G. Strudwlck Jacbaoa Whiting -R. T.Tonzi Iaawrence (Capt)R.'E.Gregg Poole Brown .Q. B.Green Pogue Terry . L. H. B.Eley Bn. Oray. R. II. B.Joyner Allen .F. B.J. Brown Franklin Wllkerson (Capt ) Referee?Mr. Wllklnaon Oberlln. Umplre, Mr. Coleman. Union. Fleld Judge, Mr. Henderaon. "J TlmerB Meaai . *r?) Bai ines ncbdoaraa, allea :? Oaalfl from toacadowa Bruoa Time ..r . mlaata itotti Qoao. COl < P Uowlett. of high in Pytbtaua lstn dled last Batarday nlght at l '. o'dock after a long an.i palnful 111 His fun.ral t.Hik place We,|nesd? I ..inunlcations DOBa ceriung riis death were rec. from Slr .,. and Major ll l Jackaon Major William 11 Cunningham. af Danville. was also "ealled the >t all the aarth" not loag the firsl information bolag through Sir Danville. II \lt in i i_in <;HE8 Dr and Mrs. Wllllam H. Hughes. announce the marriage of thelr ais ter, Bertha Elinor, to Truly Hat cbett. of Baltimore, Md.. which wlll take place in the Firat Baptist Church. Richmond, corner College and Broad Streets. Thursday after noon. November 25th, at 5:30 o'clock. The ceremony wlll be performed by Rev. Drs. W. Thoa. Johnson and A. Ringa. Jr. Afterwards there wlll be an informal reception at the home of the bride's brother. 516 North Second Street. from 6 to 9 o'clock. No cards. all friends Invited. Immediately after the reception. Mfr Hatchett and his brlda wlll leave for Baltimore, Md.. where they wlll make their future home. J-t r.i.\M>?BOLdLTNG. Mr. and Mra. R. J. Kyles, an? nounce the marriage of thelr sister I.illie O. Bolllng Lo Mr. Rohert O. Bland. which wlll take place, Wed neoiay evenlng November 2 4, at the bride's resldence S07 N. Flfth Street, Richmond. Va., at 8 o'clock. No cards. Friends invlted. MR8. MAtKilt: I.. \\ \l.lul! l|\||? Charged With Recelvhafl Oiildren in the st. bakaj Oafclt u -ii was aaaaed ?>\ tbe announcement that u warraai n out for Mra. Maggie I. V R \\ . G >r> of i |, ,,f in Th. as cnlle.' I'ollce Court TiiKf W. ' i .1 guilty and was flne l <!lars ln IBklng ars ln all 1 on the putf of i ult found 1 tbe law. lieu and this b: who havi upon B| ? ' '1 nr moi | into of nn On which : <-ar Tuxenil. Iment. wlll ! from r. ? hich th ,:* v ,,r ?.?** T.. IV,- ,. (l Here. I H Bro?*0. D D or the \in. t Cbarcb, a. n Church T ? 8 P M \ r?ni of Baaaaaa. Mr Henry Blalr Burrell wl ' to tbaak the frlends an.l th.,. publlc ' ??'? r-?r their ? and tba kind attea gtvea hls wife during her II tbe ? ? of wblcb ? on Re-aillltioiis of Condoli ll is the will of our Heavenlv ? r to tftke from labot our friend and | ? |B the christian eaaaa Rav. Jaaiea n. Stepbaai, of Man. loyal, faithful and energetic wi for the nanaa onnnctal gtala Baptlat Btata Cooveatlon, Baaday-acbool and B. v i- i work. that we. Baptlsl Baaday- aebool union h. tbe will of our Heav.iily Father. In that. | everything rbjbl just. Wa ia not know that we have loat a valuable worker, one wboaa and mind was ln the worl Wbo aever knew a tusk 80 hard that woald noi atteupi it for tbe cause of right His famlly, Snndn* aebool and rriandi bava our rmpath- la their sa.i ba ?aaal b7a aball aaalaBior to so live that when our summons eoane we wjii meat him in heaven. i>.!iu- t>\ ordor of the Nat Baptlat Saaday aebool Union B. H. PEYTON Preanieat, A. W DA1> DRIDGB, Secret.ry Real BBOBBB For Sale. ?'"li li-a-t ft foot bullding lot ln city limita. Price $400. Small east*, payaaaat and balanoe on time. Address "C. F. R." care of PLA \ on oiight io Bjoo n. The BTBBtBBl magazine publ. in tbe whole world la publiahed by a Bt No 7 4 HJghland Street. Boaton. Mass . I B A. It costs I per annum: single coples are 2T> centa each. Sold only by special agenta. who make $3.00, $5.C0 and $7.0o per day selling them. Agents fee Is $1.00. No Intelligent man or woman of negro blood need be blle or go hungry if they aell thia book. Fverybody wanta it. It aells at aight. Address T. T. L. O L Mag azineEdltor. 74 Highland Street. n. Massachusetts, U. S. A it now. It treata on hidden facts and lost. thlnga. It brings hidden thlngs and loat people to ligbt and revealB ae creta that the world has never known. You ought to read lt $50.00 reward will be glveii to the one who can flnd a magarlne that eqnala It. or as grest a proposltlon offered ?m it seta befora the ne,"'o Tace. as ia offered tbe race now, , Buy it. Be aure yon read it now E. O. ANDERSON Special Agent. How Jeffries and Johnson will Qompare baaaa (Mda \\ m riahahlj ii i \. n No*. 12. J. ffri.-s. ring ll th.-ir lini Coffroth. the San Frat. flght promoter. "Eltl atfavorttC |, j,,;, which one wlll h, ..? the BBd is a matter that lata train 11 BBOaO] r',h\(1"n r jrortion of the hetting." Coffroth is adaalttad bj th. ia boxlni The |a| ;t, who ran a ro were woa and k rat bandler of tiie boxing ? r.-Oellt befora , ,i the t.. :g eveni C.vo men ,ntT. price Coffi Tn' OB canae up in an up hotel, frcquented hv BportlSj ll offer was made to wager on the big white unMefeated ch lon at 2 to 1. Coffroth JBB_p< Bd Offerad t<, cover an. aunt at sueh a flgur. '?Not that I have foraBod opinion about the match." he ex plained. but I am 8ure the c, tion is out of line. I could lay the beta off at a price that ? me a nice sunt wlthout rfsk. 'FRISCO THE BEST PLA .k "a1.*? 5?,n* on the Prosumption that the champlonship will be foueht out ln san Francisco. It is the onlv loglcal place ror the men to box That city is the home of fighting. It turns out the greatest crowds and the bouts are run wlthout lnterfer aaaaX Many fly by night offers are being received, from all over Hho eountry. Some of them may be on the s<iuare. but most are open to suaplcion. Jeffries and Johnson know where the only safe snot Is. I am aatlsfled that aome San Franciso club will got the battle when the bids are opened. "San Franelscans are the wisest Judges of flghters ln the eountry to vlay. They have seen practically all of the big battles of late years. and they seldorn go wrong when it eomes to pieking a favorite. They sawl Johnson toy with Ketchel. They will take into aceount Jeff's long retlrement. They will watch every rralnlng move of the two men and sire them up to the mlnute. Wjen the whole sltuatlon simmers down I'm aure it wlll be an even monev propositlon with the fans. The odds may vary throughout the eountry. but San Francisco will atick by ita own ideas." Oajden, Utah came to the hat wlth linmiv I OT for In his OTCtte ment Browa a< I lie BOW hell | ii -ii, | M.iiiU \|,| doaaUoa ol ($5.0l -ii Brotbora for %he colored who l..st all of their kw bj tba st. Jam? > sir A Week"' KiitertMiiuiieiit at the Fifth street Bapclaa church. Bally Clab ilns Monduy night. -Th.- Old Kashion Country Mock Marriage." Tnesday night. th Club wlll have a BOrBBOB by Uev. W. Wed night. preacataa un? der tba auspi.es ot i lonia Club. Thursday night, I>r W. T. Johnson will proacb at 8 P. M. for the 1 lub. W H. Ul preach Frl Blgb/I for th. 1-. Booa'a Club. BxcelloBi BBa-k alll All are invit White nesldents W'ant an Injuncii.," Church, now wor shlping temporarily at St. Luk. has purchased tbe Quaker Church. kaowa U MFlioada Meeting House" on Clay Street, betwooa Flrst and St. James Street for ten thousand dollars. This has aroused the ire of Bome of the white residents and pa? pers for an injunction has be>\ filed in the Chanoery Court of this city. Notlee has been glven that a mo tion for an Injunction restraining the new Baptlst Church from using the property as a place of worshlp for a Negro congregation. Th, aons named in the ault are the fol lowing ehureh trusteea: Daniel Hen deraon, J. R. Griffln, Edward S. Brown, W. H. Newton. Jesse Scruggs James E. Robinson, John H. Carter The white people filing the complalnt or notice are H. O. Til ler. C. A. Rryce. N. V. Coreman. J. H Chappell. p. R. Hatcher. E. M. Redford. H. C. Oarrett. J. J. Oary. John R Hulcher. R. Canthorn. A W. Smlth. J. H. Wafded, W. O. Day. H. O. Heeke. R. Francione. J. Woin Btefn. M. Ooshen and J T,. TJndsav. The new Baptiat Church intended gettlng- possesjlon of the church bulldli Liti, and will do so anl< an Injunctl isful. Will Paj loui pao Oaaa ititereat. igs Bank will cent. iri . . all time Arrangeinents are belng aaadt oaaaaodata tba pabUe ln aaal plans for extra are well under way. The ooraer Of Thlrd and Cl_y _ wtll 1 ater <>f baalnaaa actrr ' '" B b,_- for reut S.mie of the sj.ace baa a: 9 \ I Ine Itenditkia. uy of ' Joseph fb which was alBBJBi at thu iiall laat M nlght under the management df Tbomaa h. v. r ?he ben tbe i-';;>t Baptlat ehurch waa highiy credltable. ft waa llbaraltf applauded by tba Iarge audlence that greeted ita first i Th.- eaataaaaa, were in keeplng an.l the atage effecti satiafacbory. singing was also a featurw. ? i>.!h Taylor was t..tsily tho rforaaar. Her singing and BOtlai waJra fea*ures ..: forcn The pday was reproduced last Wbdneaday nlght at the Flfth Street B.tptiat Churih. If bVa present company can be kept togetber and the play repeated cnce or twlee in this city. we bava no doubt that much good would re ault from the rendltion. Mrs. Jesae E. Brown. of Loula, vllle, Ky . haa been vlsiting rera and friends in .Vinrlnla atnce Auguat F?. 1900. She will leave for ?me on the 29th of this month fl.Vk.OO Fndownient Pald. Richmond. Va.. Nov. lfi, 190_. This Is to certlfy tbat I have ra relved from John Mltchell, J>, Grand Chaneellor of the Grand j*>dge of VlrgiBla, Knlghta of Pytb ?aa5'__fc? 1 A" B- A" A' --<* A,. ($150.00) One Hundred and Fifty Oollars In payment of the death eialm of Brother Jamea H. TerrelJ who was a member of Royal IxkIbb No. 28. of Richmond. Va. Slgnerl I_ a. TERRRLT^ Wltneaaes: Beneflclary J. J. Carter, S. 8. Baker. D. D. O. (J.