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5-B=-S= VOLUME XXVII, NO. 32 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. JULY 9. 1910. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. RICHMOND LEWIS SWANN, I II M Mil M KIN?. I R \?.l l*\ Swann'?? Death?l'?>i?.????k Ili?* I.ri?l? f??r ? hilly Welcr?-ava?Tff G??????1 Near Hampton?"Epiaco " ia?i" Rat ? So liai arlthlo forty pi ? a slanted as atvch coament La this i-iiy ainoi ;?? has ItichmOm Swann who jumped Into iff.tir ia ?hi? In no aere are ? ite t li?t of ail the trottble. Kur. Bylttg thleh and fast. THE PB TVE NARRIA nn was - Barry rnarrtane was to have taken pia???? at h? ? . ? It, ??. H< last s? before and Mr. ???? .1. Cook, who ana been his oafldentlal a<! his brother ln-law found his ir bills after Bwnnn ? ? to pnt la ap pear;? ut. Mr. Bwana roomed with <>k. POLICE ??????1 oui and th?> poli???? atttho BOtlfled I he might hare met banda ol d thai . ? ? Information, the ? It was but r from ; I th? Keaneaan ? [< ? S wan u d had ? i a letter : t<> Edward J. Cook, !" bated that w . world !>??: H?? -. turned oKT to hi tl and he his mol h A GREAT QUESTION >r all of this without Queetlon. Bwnnn ami a model yonng man. He ?irinir disposition. Hla 'ion of his lii"?- r did not BXBCtl) .p??- of hi ? This ! aim. On I .1 ?! ? claim thai his llfe'l parti. was no- al in th?? weddl arrangementa and that this vor fled < him. Re had bought a house and lot . Btted it up. Ho had t Ad 1 led bride had a- - cess to them. She had just "supped sorrow" in the loss ?if her mot! and she resigned h?r position as public hfhool teacher, looking for ? ward to the matrimonial ?v?ni with ( iinoil happiness. !, \n kxi?i:rt swimmer. ;', The turn of affairs has since ca her to withdraw her on and t her name will ?appear upon the school roster next session. Swann was an expert swimmer so his friends say and as his body was found Hampton, it has been a puzzling proposition to understand the Some esy that he must haw plum? in tbe hay at Buckroe and swam as < far out as he could possibly do BJ then given up, having become ex ( hsusted by the effort. It Is plainly \ evident thttt he never intended to ] permit hiflsself to he brought heel to BJehssoad, either atajad or sU ? ??. ltriUiKl.i If in the siairit land ho coald hav?? saaa his funeral procession last Baa? stteraooi ag ft 01 the Charoh, e*hars Barrel! I ('huich'' serties over the romains, h?? must hav?> Bal tli dera I ' ! inform im being carefully withheld b> wiio mighl he in ? pocltloa to know. PBCULIAH BSPOB I It ?. ! that Swan 11 ?sea man i?'ii before, aad that ? ? rai Thl nid tO he BBtrue sad eras dae to th? fad thai ins ? r and !?? ttSBd th?> faaeral, was a man ! Miller, who claimed to ? of the other wife. He mads thia claim la kUller's hot upoc belai prssastd he ted thai know leda? of . rriage. Ha had beard it It is alnmst |m hi?? tu repeal all of ths ramoi man of all of his th his lit'?? and this shoal . THE WORST BUFFEBJCR. tlona apathy. raaloa kepi in Mr. ?. I?. i' . iilishnieut. It ? the re mains. His hod] .?!1???? out of all proporl .tures blach. ii is glass BBd this was th? BMMSt of Identifying th?? re? .itimi of th. wor??. N'uni? d that hi uniii this onmistakahli told in graphic hs had k?id I and that he s'il k 1 ? on 1 s aad deatb ;? I no mor??." TAYLOR?? 1 win The Biarrtaaje of afra. M Bllea Fennel 1 to Mr ;ak?? ? lag, Jaly 12th at P. M. All friends are cordially la? ? 0 he pr.s.'iit. No < anls. it?? ?????t ion from ? 1". to 1 I .10. BROWN?Departed this life Tues lay morning. June 2Sth at 6 o'clock, lohn H. Hrowti. His funeral took trom the reaaaVaaos Of his moth? er. 1J01 E. Leigh Street, Thursday Ree. W. T. .Johnson, I). 1> ?onductin; Th?? inter was in C, r<< n\\ ood Cerni Ilo loaves a mother, wife and three ?hildren. Il?? was the brother-in law ?or John ?. Smith W. I. John ?on officiatoli. CANNON?JON 1 Tin? marriage of Miss Ethel Jones o Mr. Joseph Cannon took ph?ee at Iu? rBBaVfleSBaBJ or' Kt\ ? H. Hunter. Saturday July 2. 1910 at 9:00 o 1\ M. They will make their ?ome with the bride's aunt, 739 N. Fourth 8tre?t. JACK JOHNSON. Who Defeated James J. Jeffries last Monday July 4th, at Reno. Nevada. Ri \. <;. \v. i.\ii ? ? Ret ?. w. Itaflaf'B ? onrth land Th?? Calrnry Baptlsi cium! . ?. .? . Ree. 0. W. i; l?Bhrnted ? er'a fourth aaalremnry .inno I4th t.? icth. the ? ttii. ?? \. E. of Shlloh l... Church. PlainfleUl occupied th? with lus choir. the ISth ?f, W. Vaughn with hi.- ?hoir aad E? 1 P. G. Thurs?l.i h a grand ? ion was tendered t and .vif?? and the honor of Doct Divinity was conferred upon the ?r by Re\ hop Johl D D LL?. I), of v, M montea. 0 ?. ?. Diggs. R? ?. M. ?. Alexander and Rev. E. E, Maynard nil o? IMainvVu!. The auditorium and .?ture room iutifuily decorated palms and eh<? The Pas? tor and wife wer< ??'.?-nts of many handsome hoquets, and aererai presents were presented. A purse wss preaented by Deacon Scipio Whindleton in behalf of the General life and :i or ? MA LAUNDR1 Ba ? . ? : ? Hoes by, to A .?phut Co., \V. ? ('.Mililn't l mur Iteefc \gain.' \\\ Reao, n.\.. Jal] ?"?. - ? am a? ter any more 1 ? oajdot Jack Johnson is a and will hold t? >r many my one who has a right to d rip on the champioaahip. He has everything that goes to Bask? a champion. Hs is th. r that ever held th..? championship; can hit a terrific blow and is a splendid ring ral. I know that ? ? im. Bai lay I waa far from being good. Ko fi can rome hack. 1 thought tl would surely upset the ohi traditions, hut after going eight rounds I real tied that my days aa a fighter were At th?? <nd of the finirti ?Bath rouinl sked me why I didn't start licking Johnson. ?Hi s tuo cliver. Jim; much better than you e'ere when ?a ? I an? swered. Johnson must have renlited at the end of tbe fourteenth round that I I FOUGHT MV El 1 ? arty rounds tha? Jo] eronld sooner ???d to ru to his body, ? Opra red thai ? only a? : one ip in hi ii to land leti that one In the Blatta ro?; ?. I him and arhlpned rights and lefts ' and hard eowld. Hut not one of them landed, I ?f. and Brhen I liad illy h? e .1 then began pounding my ? in had a t. . Ix-lnnd ' .1 not : them. 1 would then work Ilur my Hf??. He was ? In ?lose. Re would work both hands to the body and then Bttddenly an uppercut to the jaw. And he has a left uppercut that is a mar?. It was this h'fr uppercut that up set all my calculations. I had train to li-arn how to block a right apparent When he first ?rorked th?? Booth paa' up, I thought it sort of a fluke punch. Rut ?it it up tini?? ami airain after I realized that it was one of his best wallops. I could no away from It. I bare no kick coming. Th. man won. I did ? hut It was igh. I have not <? httt I shall do for the nex days. I bail made extensive ; rations before the fight, but tiny all made on th?> ground I would be r?turn?-d th?? winner. ?Don't fall to see and hear Hon. John C. Dancy Thursda night at th? M?chenles' Bank Roof Garden. 5TH ST. B?PT. CHURCH. Locate?!, ('or. Bth end Jackson 8te., RICHMOND, VA. Weekly News Column. !ti:\ -\v V. GRAHAM, D. D., Psstor, Residence: 108 E. Leigh St.. Richmond. Va. .1 HENRY CRTJTCHFIELD, Editor, Offlc?: I Hroad St.. Richmond. Va. In the morning and at BlSjhl Res. Dr. ?. Spiller preached, our G Dr, W. T. Graham helag ??ut ? ajoysd by all present. Dr. Spill? r is an icher .in>i ? holar. H? will occupy the pulpit seals SUB? :t .-nid hear him. R< ? Dr, ?. ????.?. Jr.. know'n as Old Man Eloquent, by ? Baptist Church r- | Icahl? rmon he ! t here on JuBS ii*. ItlO, subject: Lettera The re aowaed Doctor held th< ancllboaad from start to finish. \ ! 1 that it was th? I or among tl BBS th?*] heard preached. It.v. Dr W. T. JohaSOl 1 Baptist Charch in latrodaciog the Res. Dr. A. Hinca. .Jr. st;it??.1 that honor to say tl >ariy lif?? he received many valuable ? that he was IfOBI by htm; thai tl of Inestimable worth to him dariag his miniai l>r. .i<?? Rlchmoad's Issdlag Minis S ? a !!. H. .ool. The r the Tho at for the Banner 1 i\ ? ! \ ?fr. ? Q Booker ?? ? No, I Baaaer sad Mr. it H. Fauir Nu. s :..it s.??.uid Bsnaer, 1 ool is still ? .? la? I ? ? ? day nl your a ? of tb It will help you ? ? * B. Y. P. U. Mei rlday ? ? ? ORTHY PACTS OP O?B CHURCH. I ? 19, is??" the Fifth Si I ' unii through lor Tn. Mil. s. Phillip R . ? ? Qen IB Church, t ( Ihurch ornei ? : tl I Marshall If. H. M falthfally an.l v. ? work. I?r. Mitel.? 1884, ? ? How' IB, W. B. I lin li. .1 ?:. Ortflln sad W a pre? ll the name of Dr. A. P. DUBbar aad be ? or of our Church. Dr. Dunbar li iraesf ously for a new church building and on .lune 81 Chan .1 Into a barca batidlas costing $1< Dr. Dunbar b us until Jaauary 19, 1891 eben i. den d All this ti m ? we ??. ? ina dar... benighted land \Y? burd? ? 11,000.00. w? iahor,.ti oa not as rough .Id not he long, fs smoothed with with song. WS hoped and ; While under the in tl . Holy Spirit on ?ur Church being awa .dlity o. fjraham as a Ber and his magneti.? po*a .. m into : . at.? of tbe Fifth st: Barch W? ar?? ?ir.'ud to state that w? aot make a mistake in our selection Dot he has ex??!l?.: f and all his p: ..-s as the statistics he low will indi. Our third Pastor's very beginning prosed almost a pheaoaneaal His first year was a record breaker for raising money. $ir.??9.TS was raised in ths first grand rally. To? tal amount collected first year. $.' In the year 1S9 4 over 40o conTerta made profession of religion under : and ??? G????????. preaching of our f.isior. 310 of this number baptized by him and admitted to membership into our Church Your bumblf servant desires tc state that h?- ?>?Joys the distinguished hon? or of being one of that, great num by dim by bap? tism o? that memorable o? Jnn? I? I It, under the sug n of our Pastor our Church e l at a cost of about $500.00 the d celling in our church to make th?> Interior of our ehnreh mor? ?us in appearance und analer for ? ?ing. In ? 1!?'?.. ,?ir cium fi ?gr? ori tion in the world, namely, ?! tloonl Ha: ion. having o \ ' r In ? ItO] on confronted witfi a problem an ? Intricete, that leaf would bare Bnderfhen. Row? a i? q r ma tur?? un der t h?? ?hr? ? ? loo Of <>?; I an?l courttgeoofl Pastor. Dr, Graham, our h appointed a commit te?? head? ed by our belored and lam l <>n. Th?? committee having r?? bill, our Church pro ? to Insite all ?if ?ho f our (it.? and all >,n uh in an councU. On May IS, ltd! th?> Co?? II I in th?? Fifth Et. BttpUal Chinch < <>m posed of tthle and dis? ? nguished Divin. ?uiation. The aalnted Dr toting in th.? Capitol Cltj al ? D. C. arni Congeli. Aft? r Bonn of judi ?ions conalderatloa ?>f the pro ?t con. this BBgnal ami n body of Christian couns?d fa commended thai Mr John Mitchell. I for membership b? granted on Mis Chi 2 ??m? Church pro Brothei on ? ne?? He. bavlnj tor> ex tion a member. By the skill Ingenuity and until rforts of Otti and the ? n of our faithful our Church ??: . ! 11 Q ;.... 1 th?? ?oliar due OB our chUTCl I ?:? ht in?-i: m cam?? to tl; lnl Improve ? <? ?hur? Rea Heat i: Pips Organ, * $7. ? : f ? June ? lun?? ? Jane 1, troni June 1 lun? ? - $ 1.7 7 Jane l. 1003 to Jane 1, 1904, i Add ? i. 1421. \\ I? YYnilled. 24. : Ad ?4HMI.IMI Ind..win. lit Cud. Richnaottd, Va., J artlfy that ? bar? i from lohn Mitchell, Jr.. Grand Worthy Cou;? r the Q ' Court Of Vlrgl I mthe ($100.00) on?? Hundred Dollars in ith claim of \ was a m< of Virginia Court of Ricb ~W. F. Denny. Assignee. Williams. . ira J. W Anna Taylor, D. D? C. t KVOMTION. Cp thru th?> heart of a s??? hidden cloud sin?* light: Cp thru the soul of a need It climbs to animate height. Into a human brain 'tis wrought Ami mount* to highest heaven?A thought. ?LCCIAN B. VVATKTXS.