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volumi; xxvii. no. 29. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATLRD \Y. JUNE 18. 1910. PRICE. FI\ .? \l ol <* ? il Ni usi i\. ???? Ml l>\\l)l \MM!ll\s!||, ? ? ? ?? ? DI ? Bf* V! ? ??. li " ? \v?i?i ;? < ut-li. ?- lie volver Badi ?.tiri. borii <?? ?. Paul. ? . 1 then :t a bull?! an all ? ?>? to ? itchen va? CHILD. ai In bed. ,1 n?>t ? ?> flee In th? il ripping ad. ?t round, huil?t ? r her < NEIGHBORS HEARD B< * t<? Paul, "M dona." :)d I ha\? the atan ahouted. ninnine ui to kill hlmaelf. ? nt. Mr. and M their <i had heard the and ? I. ran to Thar did not wall : him, ? ?i Ifr. !.- .?? a >M,t to tl th. The front ..tul locked, b caug! ' iiit it ? him. Within a few mlnntei Police Ben ' and Flournoy atri ted on tl :i the do ir. l'ani was crumpled ap on the ? ? jo the wall. gaapJng for h. She di od j 'dowti hip her Fol trail of blood on the stairway and on th<- wall, they went up to tl ti?.or. and there, on his bed, with pouring from a hole in his ? ad and with tl ? drip? ping : Pan! stark and etili. His hands wen ?>? his and in ; hand the pis? I. The ??? ?>me eight they had ? on. I Aimletend Wellfeed and Dr w t. Oppenhlmer were called, but only ?n to the . of formality. The had been d< " timo befor? arrived. LEFT LETTER t? PATHER. Evi?: after the third shot. Mrs. Paul ran downstairs in an ef? fort t< ad the wall wen red with blood, nut The door WM In a heap, breathing her last just as the two officers broke in. ? was also found in the room where ?he w*as shot, and in their bedroom 1 to be nothing but blood. On a dreaser a letter, written in pencil and addressed to Panl'l father, was found. If was rambling and incoherent, a wild complaint about not having had his sup! time and about mismanaged dorn? s tic affairs. Coroner Taylor glanced and seeing that it cor.t nothing nearing on the murder and suicide, and was relatively unim? portant except aa showing the state of th?? man'? mind, handed it over to Lawrence Paul, the dead man's father. The latter had little to say. (Continued on Eighth Page.) Would N??t Injere Colored People Bere. ? < ? <! urini: ' ? Of 1 lohn Mit? hell, .Jr. and ? Il tbe ? ff ed. but ? aid <io not h" Injun \s a remit a bili ? 'hat If the white ; lut? ndi-d to liass ? t h? ? r in thl< country was \m 111 ; ! i. i ? le. In ? ? Tin t, to? lti to ?:. organic? . ? he siilo? riling I ? ? tin? whit?' ? that ? HOUSE BI1 LSI. AB unlawfully m ? itton Of :nion. roa Mr ? ted by ' ? Qei That li etb, nine ? ? hundreJ and fight, be :nin ml? d and re-? who shall wilfully ? !' .UlV inlon, or who shall usi- th>? aid, or a within this State, l be entitled to hi !iSt?t\l tlon, by-law?, rale? and r? or trad?'? ? onion ? ho shall w ?1 fully to obtain itbem cross of honor. not ? tied to ilo so ander tbe ?shiih such ? : (if ho: ill be guilty of il apon eonTlctlon, shall he fined no? ? - one hun i $ 100.00 > dollars, and lo di? fault of ?nltted to jail period ?< ?11 .?! part? O? acts incon wit h this act ? . ill meaning ? will ? si-irit | among the whu? .u this sta:?? arni ?:?-? kladl] :'hetir regard so BSanj of 'hem have for tl:? or. -d Tunionwealth. Milli III Kitted Him. Jnnlni Nelson Traylor. whit? ? ? ici and almost tly killed at Eighth and Q ? Thomas S. Andrew The acci-, Was said to he primarily due to the Slipper] HS a result of tin? heavy rains and the machine skidded and could i;ot bs controlled. Mr. Andrews was arrested ?ind ; ? ll.Ooo bond. Thi? base of the skull of the unfortunate man wan fractured and all efforts to sa\ life were unavailing. \\ WTED ? A Colored Tailor. Steady employment for reliable man and good wage? to right part v. ADOLPH WILLIAMS. Third Ave? nue and Chestnut St., Nagle Bldg.. Coateeville, Pa. ? OMMI ? ? I ION I-i?K Ml 111?! Ill Ils ?ii ? . \ pf I . ;.I lupi -outwent to Kegroea thai Slew Schaden, ; ibt that ? M as foil? ??Without tl Smith And ? Of which the chair "Il murd< r. ?i that hi ? being ran ? en. if nil 11 ? juries trying the cavea ? would ? r*ii. bul ? I um in idle I title?! ' ?.. ? do thlnh i' ? I mit 11 Schults s: ? be Mechanic*' Seringa Rauh RMg. : : II be put on this ay, June 27th, Of the furniture will Ime. lTnej lelayi :? o'clock on t ? public will be admitted. Wedn< Bg from ? to 1 2 0 of the same week will be ? on will ard. building wit!: all of its appur f the handi South. The I furnished t<? that point, ? minut ?? description of ? NICHTS ?? |?\ ? Hl \s ge ;?. Meet hi Brietet, Knight Pythla \ \ will : !!ri>to!. \'a. next Tues ilor John Mitchell. Jr.. will Ad Court anthe win meet at the time. 1 camp ti ?hipped tins week. Major \?'? Robla mmander will tomorrow- mornlnj of duty and will he ready to r? Uniform Rank. Eureka Co., N"n. I and Plan? ? I, hare been making fer so to take the trip. Many of the Pythian Cadets will also | ich will Station via N. ami \\\ for Bristol. Monday morning at 9 o'clock and will ariive in Bris 10:45 P. M. The Vu Mini ? ir line. Work on the new street rar in this city is progressing rapidly, of the trackage has been laid. Fifth St net from Broad -as been double track? ed l'uval street has also been torni up and a track laid. In some por-. tlons of it though a wagon cannot pass when a car is in the same block unleaa the wagon is driven upon the side-walk. Tnae street is very narrow. * I lu? Twenty-third tnnoal < O? ???? O I ? and SefSSel llli|>lo\e"it m I tattle of ?. gusta, \\ ill be Held ei i*< lersbesg, ? ?., lime 23-34. f the ? ? Know ?. I. s. ? ? bord? d R. R ? ? ? ik for ? M. ? will by ? wing ?ubjects: What the ? Count after which ? Prof. In! Caro ml session, a . ireti. ? open at S o'clo. It] ami Mies will re;? ? w ith an ail - ? ral pul? . <>ni of a C. W . W H T. H. Johnno. How ar 1. Prof?. W. T. B, Willen A. Long, wit MISS Anna re. thl? organizati.? aims to Improi ?f the ' by awakening ? ? IS Stai? on of pie la our behalf. Thl* isk that must tM ? ? or la ? nrt ? in at!? .itid Ins; al Pe fall ? PHILLIPS ? I he Bu-ilie>N >|i n'v t lull. A 1 with Mr. Ar: . .li ut, Mr. Benjamin K? : . : tbej ired quart and 1 Another Efe* Huill?n Mr. ?: ?. Cook ? r tin- cori Moore and Archer have tbe contract. er bare bandi duri!.. Will He.del the Hmliliilg. I>r. R. ! repair of the building of the Woman's Traialng School and I w htii the front ?led acro; | Alt? of Cb: la the city t: en route to Mi nip) . Mr. Thomas Smith hn .orner of Brook Aven .11 be ted to a | sat, Outing to Ulm The talk of the day le Halley's ? the talk of the hour Is the outing to White City. Monday July 11. 1910. Just think. 10 hours at the sea shore. Train leaves Seventh and Byrd St re? r station at 9 A. at. sharp; Beturnlng will leave White City at 11 P. M. Fare Hound Trip $1.25. This outing is under the auspices of the Willing Workers Association. Committee?Alpbeus Scott. Wash? ington Boiling, Hayes Willis, Samuel H. Green. W. G. Singleton. Robert H. Harrieon, Thomas JAckson, Luci ous Storrs. W. Henry Jones. M. W. Hudson, Secretary. Chas. A. J. Briggs, Chairman. ??. ? . \ Robineon ? 10. ? . .. I ti:;<! I lp my I ?nit of ?fa \\ I ? oik and< rahlp of our Met ? thlrt] ? ? mea are ? ? \ our ? ? will Mr. .' pro pton, Ya. riun?. Ml \|>|\_|.\. ? The marria. of Hin: Mr. H. c. Handln, of Richmond, take ?;? the bride. Hinton. Weal Virginia. 1, 19 1" from s I?. |f, t?. !.. G N'or?h Fi; Fi MARRI IGE annoi ni i mint Whit???Turner. Mr ai : F. Turner an* the marriage of their da to Mr. Chitnv>n Milton White. Wednesday, June 22. at 10:20 o'clock A. M. at th" 'ist Church. a Wednesday. Ju'y f?. 1910 from 8:30 to 10:30 P. I 1112 West I^lgh St: Friends and th ml public are very cordially invite?! to b? ent at both marriage and No cards. summer School, Va. Seminary. .June _????? to July RM. State Eiamination and Public ? is in Virginia. Tuition for all attendante. $4.00; Room rent for aeaaon. $1.00. Board at restaurants and in private families at reasonable rates. Strong faculty of experienced teachers. All who took examination last Summer earned State certificates. JAS. R. L. 1QOS. Pre?., Lynchburg Va. 5G? ST. &APT. CHUrHH. leased. Oar. Bth and .ImWson su?., RICHMOND, VA. Weekly News Column. RBV. W F ORAR D.. Pastor, les ? Richmond. Va. :\KV ?Kl re H FIELD, Ktiltor. .;. Va. ? in Btlnue I ? ? to DI for h of Moor? ed h all. ? I in ? r? ? f. the i? : truth among p Ward, for-, I ? ? I his ? from a ? and ? : t. W. T. Bterly extra Pro ' The ? Indi ed s touch I ??-? w II of hi- m feel .r be? \v I". ?;r.i ich. Dr. W. P. G ! him ? 1 ? am rook ebarge of our ? p without I tor for more thau twelve months. I ? I than $11*? Is i rery much t<> rship. The : with a ? and found s of the Ill I II -? i;i H HXI-llsl ( l|! |?? ITturrlece will he ??????? there nil ?if Ulla Monili in Celebrettoa of the sotti %nnlver**rj of ????> Church. ? d. ? ? hmond ? ? a nabi r ? ? ? an Joined the (hur? hl deb? of ' chtti ! off and ? gn rcfa bad Tl inder I>' ? ? work arni burden w? ? li 11r? I ? * ing t ? th ;ii,!ii\ ? Of. B. H. P? 5 ton. ; ? ? : : M. H. I ? hnriii and adent ? addn Turner a and Interesting, as wa I amenta! solo bj Antiie It row ? ??. harmoi and BWwet. i ! ? M r. C. ? ?!?'??|??t of S? olid ?? . hoo] and Mr. W. ?. ? Of th? LAWN PARTI Spedai Feature? Each Night. D at (Continued on Fourth Pi ?\ i .4 UKV. W. P. GRAHAM. D. D. t Pastor of Fifth Street Repli?t Church. Thl? to the 30th Anniversary of His Advent Into the Ministry.