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LOSES HIS SUIT .JUDGE'S INTKl'CTIONS TO THE JURY WERE CLEAR AND FAIR TO ROTH SIDES. (Continued from last week.) Leonard Kip Rhinelander was very near a breakdown when he left the witness stand on the fifth day of his , gruelling examination in his suit for > annuulment of his marriage to Alice j Jones, which suit he lost in Jutsice Morschauser's Court at White Plains , N. Y. recently His voice had be* come husky and ejt times was a mere mumble; he stuttered so that his lins fluttered vainly in the ef- , fort to speak. and tremblingly held • his fo dt d arnu together as be fought for control. Burning, scathing words had been hurled <*t him for hours by Lee Parsons Davis. his wife's counsel. He had been forced to admit deception and lies to his wife's mother: be had been made to tell of things which indicated a deliberate attempt to bring about intimacy with Alice Jones. To the accusations of Mr. Davis, made with withering effect, he hud only one reply, that his wife had deceived him as to her color, or that his deceptions had, been sug tested, or at least concurred in by her. until Mr. Davis roared at him. shaking his extended hand: "Is there anything in this case that is vile that you are nof putting up to this girl?-' Rhinelander had been held up to ridicule on the very things which ho might have been expected to bnow most about, little matters of social etiquette, such as when an engage ment actually was made. Rhineland er contended it was not until a girl got a ring; Mr. Davis that it was when a gin was asked to marry, the ring being merely the announcement. .Mr Davis couched his questions in such satiric tones that KhiueJandev was made to appear as one who knew very little about social customs ADMITTED DECEIVING HER MOTHER. An automobile trip through New York and New Erg and with Alice to which her mother’s consent had been obtained bv his assurance that a Mr. and Mrs. Matthews would ac company them as chaperones, was dealt with exhaustively by Mr Davis Mr. Rhineander unblushingly ad mitted that he had deceived Mrs. Jones, that Mr. and Mrs. Matthews did not exist, that al> the accounts of tHiat mythical couples enjoyment of the trip had been invented by him ard sent home to satisfy the mother. It was alii right as long as the gir' was willing, he said, just as the deception the night they wer \ to the Marie Antoinette was justified by his plea that Alice did not ob'e<t after he had persuaded her for twenty minutes. But his account of that persuasion was em barrass’ng so much so that former Judge N Mi ls, his counsel, interfered ard obtained an adjourn ment "emit Rhinelander to pull him^et f together. The onesMon of Mrs Rhinelanders color came up again ear’y in the day. when Mr. Davis, after a few questlo"s regarding a mysterious messatTP sent her. sudden'y asked: * >s the color of your wife’s body?" •• ,..<,1^ Rhinelander,, “Hnw dark?" ‘‘Falr’y dark." "Is ,f very pronounced?” ‘‘It f-m’t any darker than the arms of women I thave seen in Havana." he said. Mr Davis asked Mrs. Rhine’ander to hoH ud her hands, and as site did so her s eeves fell down so that her arms could be seen to the elbow. They s» 'med at a short distance to be an ash brown. "Is it as dark as her hands?” asked Mr. Davis “Yea” NOT COLOR BLIND. HE SAYS. i Rhtnelander admitted that he flrst saw the rotor of his wife’s body in December, 1921, and then said •that even after that-, and knowing j how dark her father was. he had no 1 suspicion that! she was partly Negro. He never gave it a thought, he said, undil after he was married. “You say that not once from 1921 until |he first newspaper stories were printed in 1924; you had suspicions that your wife was col ored.?” "I did no*” said Rhinelander. ‘Your brain was working?” you ' ^ “I think so.!* “How’s your eyesight? Are co'or blind?” "I don’t think so.” "You can distinguish b’ack , from white and white from brown?" “Yea.* MnJ Dttvfe Uhen iftouched on the wtigagemenA and Rhinelander said — - ■ ■ .My y - that “every woman ought to know" that she is not engaged until she gets a ring. A long letter from. Rhinelarfler to Alice, written in 1922, when he was in Panama, was then read by Mr. Davis, to prove his contention that any woman re ceiving such a letter would consider herself engaged, and expect the writer of it to marry her, or at least to be desirous of marrying her. j LETTER FROM CANAL ZONE. It was a dlean love letter, with nothing in it to which any one could take exception. Iti contained, nearly 3,000 words, and Rhinelander wrote that it occupied an entire morning. In part it read; Hotel Tivoli, Ancon. Canal Zone, Monday morning, •Apfrifl 24, 1922. My Darling Girl: i As 1 tad you in letter No. 10, your cheerful note arrived just as we were about to leave Co.on foi Panama Citiy. Can you imagine Alice, love, how happy and surprised your boy was to hear from vou again? Well, d,ear, after reading vour wonderful letter 1 went straight down to the writing room ana nui ried off a few lines, just to let you know your letter had found its^ way to the one you had sent it: Yes, T was leaving in a half hour, so I had to make the best of my time. Oh! dear heart, that letter didn't halt express my great joy and gladness, and how differently I felt when yours arrived. I wonder, sweetheart when my lovely letters reach )ou, if you go to your ilttle room where you can be alone and are as happy to hear from me as 1 was when that letter of yours came to me. If you really care as much to get my letter as 1 did hearing from you. you. no doubt, can appreciate what your note meant! to me and how happy and overjoyed I was. Supposing, dar ing you hadn t heard from me for three weeks and wasn't sure if you wou'd get even a ’ino for six months and, then as if «uft from God. a letter arrived How wou'd you feel? Well. A’ice if you can answer that question, and if you have been as lone’v and as lonesome for me. as 1 have been for you. wthy you won’t have the least trouble in guessing how I fe t when your ’etter came. Just to know, dear, that you wrote it was enough to turn nighttime into dry time, but after reading and repeat ing vour words, phrases, clauses and sentences, and finally coming to the point that has been worrying me a great deal, and learning in your let ter that I needn’t worry any 'longer set my heart at rest and will carry me on no matter how long the fight lasts. I wonder. Alice if you think I am raving and what? can I possibly be referring to in the above sentence. I don’t blame you. love one, for be coming a bit confused, hs I will grant you it is quite difficult to see what I really have in mind MEMORIES OF HAPPY DAYS. Your letter, darling, was just full of pictures, if you understand what I mean. It brought back memories of the good o d days when you and I were so happy together. Yes, dear girl, as you said very few peo ple are as happy as we have been and when you hold me our happi ness wi 1 always continue as far as your part is concerned, I am going to add here that you can rely on me to do my share and never let anything, no matter what it may be, come between us. Well, dar ing, to get back to where I was raving maybe you thought so. I will try to exp ain what I was referring to. Two tilings, sweetheart, in your letter sJood out like a shining light above ail the other nice sayings you told me. Can you guess what those two things were, that you wrote me and to'd me yourself? Of course, you know, dear, what you said—“that I am now your only one and that you wi’tl be true to me.” Oh! Alice, dear I was worrying a little not hearing a word for three weeks and won dering if you were keeping your promise _You can’t blame me, Alice, sweetheart, when I am feeling blue, lonely and lonesome to think if you are being true and having me as your on*y one. Can you, dear? o v i; i. " CIVILIZATION' IN FLORIDA. (Richmond, Va. Times Dispatch) Florida has been flooding the country with stories of the gold,en opportunities that await mankind in the Sftate of the everglades. It pic tures itseff as the wonderland of the world with which there is none to compare. Of Hate, little news has come out of Florida that did not glorify the place. A few days ago. however, the State’s record of a perfect score in advertising was considerably marred. In New York the whereabouts of ■■ •... "• > r RhincBander’s Negtd wife was-' shrouded in mystery. Press aseoob atione. sent out stories of the dis appearance. Finally the report spread through the country that tjhe woman was either in F\orida. on on her way there. Here are two interesting Associa ted Press dispatches bearing upon, the Rhinelander matter; “Fort Pierce. Pla., Dec. 14—Mem bers of the local Ru Hlux Klan to night invaded four local hotels in quest of Mrs. Kip Rhinelander, who was reported to have arrived in the city from New York". “West Palm Beach, Fla., Dec. 15 —Members of a secret organization shortly after midnight began visit ing local hotels after it was reported,, that Mrs. Kip Rhindlander was re ported to be in this section of the State”. < i l There were other stories in which it was related that hotel- keepers were warned not to register the Rhinelander woman — warned hv members of a “secret organization’’. What did this body of men have to d,o with the situation? Whence did tjhey derive their authority to map out the courses of hotel-keepers? If I the Rhinelander woman was a men-! ace to the morals of the community, j and Florida enjoyed a state of civ ilization, it was clearly the business | of the police to act, if action there ; was to be. If the hote.& in accept ing a woman of Negro blood as a I guefcft, violated either a State law or a city ordinance, it was again clearly t|ie duty of the police to enforce the statute. And if keeping undesirables out of public lodging places was merely a matter of pol icy, the burden of acting rested up on the shou.ders of the hotel men, who, presumably, are citizens capa ble of conducting their own business in the proper manner. In no case wou’d a “secret organization” be re sponsible under our theory of gov ernment. While Florida is advertising itself to the world it shouid certainly keep step with civilization as we know it in this country. i CHURCH DIRECTORY I - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. (Broad and College Streets) ! Rev. W. T. Johnson, D. D., Pastor.; Residence, 621 N 8th St. Services; Sundays, 11:30 A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. (Byrd St., between 1st and 2nd Sts.) Rev. Z D. Lewis. D. D., PastOT, Res'dence, 202 E. Leigh St. Ser ■; vices: Sundays, 11:30 A M. and 8 P. M Sunday School, 9:30 A. M | All are welcome. EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH, ! (Leigh and Judah Streets.) Rev W. H. Stokes Ph. D , Pastor, ! Res'dence, 1607 Brook Road. Ser vices: Sundays 11 A. M. and 8 P M. Sunday School, 9 A. M. The public is Invited. FOURTH BAPTIST CHURCH. (28th «nd P Streets.) Rev. Evans Payne, D. D , Pastor. Residence, 1209 N 24th St. Services; Sunday, 11:30 A M and 8 P. M Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome. FIFTH ST. BAPTIST CHURCH- ; (Temporary location pending rebuild-: ing, True Reformers Hall. 2nd St.) • Rev. T J Kng, D. D, Pastor Res-, idenoe, i005 N. 4th St. Services: j Sundays, 11:30 A. M. and 8 P. M. j Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. B. Y. p U. 6 P. M. Publ’c invited. ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH, (G-len Al,len, Va.) MT SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH, (Penola, Va.) Rev. M. C. Ruffin, Pastor Resi dence, 611 St Peter St. Services at' Glen Allen. 2nd and, 4th Sundays at! 1P.M. At Penola, services on the! 3rd Sunday at 12:30 P. M. Sunday] School every Sunday at both places at 11 ;30 A M. MT. GILEAD BAPTIST CHURCH. (Chesterfield County) Rev, W. K Lfggrna. Pastor, Res idence, 1835' TayloT St. Services, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 12:30 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday at 10:30 A. Mli MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, j (717 Orleans Street, Fulton) Rev. C. A. Cobbs, Pastor, Resi dence, 819 Nicholson St. Services: 11:30 A. M and 8 P. M. Sunday Schoo1. 9:30 A. M. The publflc is invited. ] ' • • • FIFTH BAPTIST CHURGHi , (1400 West Cary Street) Rev. A- D. Daly, Pastor, Residence < 1412 W. Cary at. Services: lli:30t A. M and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 10:00 A. M. All are-welcome. 1ST BAPT. CHURCH S RICHMOND. (Corner 15th and Decatur Sts;)* Rev. W. Lu Raneome, D. D., Pas lor; Parsonage 1507 Decatur Street, i Services: Sunday, It:30 A. M; and:( 8 P. M Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. ! Ail are welcome. MOORH ST. BAPTIST CHURCH. I (1408 Wee*. Iueigh Street) ( Rev. Gordon Bi Hancock, A. M:., Pastor, Residence- Virginia Union University. Services: Sunday, 11:30. A. M and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9;30’A. M. All are welcome. SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH. (Corner First and Leiigh Sts.) Rev. R. H Johnson, B-. D., Pastor Residence, li Clay Street. Ser vices; Sunday, 11:30 A. M. and 8; 15 P. M. Sunday School, 10 A. M. All are invited. RISING MT ZION BAPT. CHURCH. (800 Demy Street, Fulton) Rev. O. 3. Simms, B. Th., Pastor, j Residence, 728 Denny St. Services: i Sunday, 11:30 A. M. and S P. M. ; Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome. MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH'. (1300 North First Street) Rev Berryman H. Johnson, Pastor. Sunday 11:30 A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome. i CLAY street baptist church. (Formerly New Baptist Church, Clay Street, opposite St. James St.) Rev. J A Brinkley, A. B., B. D. Pas or. Services: Sunday. 11:30 A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School 9 :30 A. M. A’l are welcome. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH j (South Richmond) Rev. E. C. Smith, A. B., Pastor, residence, 1704 Stockton St. services Sundays, 11:30 A. M. and 8 :00 P M.; Sunday School, 9:30 A. M.; B. Y. P. U., 6:30 P. M. All are wel come. MT. OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH, (25th and s Streets) Rev. J. Andrew Bowler, Pastor, Residence, 112 E. Leigh Street. Services: Sunday, 11:30 A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. AM are welcome. MT VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH. (1902 Wallace Street) Rev. M. H Payne, Pastor, Resi dence, 1900 Wallace Street. Services: Sunday, 11:3c A. M and, 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are | we'come. MT TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH. . (North 22nd Street. Woodvilie) ],»ov . R J Pas'or. Residence 15 E. Duva1 Street. Services; Sunday 11 -SO A M and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A M. ah are welcome. I.EIG** STREET m. e. church. (N. E.. Corner Fifth and Leigh Sts.) Rev R. M. Williams, Pastor, ree denee 616 North 5th S reet. Ser vices: Sundays Sunday School 9:30 A. M." Mor.nrug serv'ce. 11 o’clock; Even ng service, 8 o’clock. The pub ic is invited. RIVE.RVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH. (Jacqueln and Lombardy Streets) Rev. E. D Lewis, Pastor, Resi dence 316 S. Lombardy Street. Ser v ces: Sunday, 11 A M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. AH are welcome. r PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH. ' (518 Lady Mile Road) Rev. J. J. Woodson, Pastor, Res idence, 1116 St. John Street Ser vices: Sunday. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. SunfUx School, 9:30 A. M, All arOi invited;... - ■; - •• 1 HUSBAND WANTED. An Industrious, Business - Woman wants to correspond with a well educated man between the ages of 45 and 50 years; a defined Christian |one who loves music Address LILLIE CAPERS, Wilson, Ark. WANTED—Transient or Permanent BOARDERS. Furnished Rooms with or without board. Home like surroundings. Apply to MRS. ELLEN N. JONES, 108 East Leigh Street, Richmnod Va. iS8S8888S8S8888888888888SSS?2S8S2S8SSSS8SSSSSSS?38«8 (Continuwdi frone page 4) Editor.” and. the Washington Eagle beware. f TO LEADING JOURNALS. J L am. sending this letter to th©‘ leading Negro Journals, of this country, an<t I hope you will have the manhood to give it the same Rrominenoe^. in Ther Eagle, that you gave the article of which I am conw plaining, . t Very respeatfully. M. A. NORRELL. CCopyl) 52.5 North. Second Street, Ridlimond,. Virginia. DOES NOT DESIRE NEWSPAPER., CONTROVERSY. We have no disposition to enter into a newspaper controversy with.: any person or persons identified with the Improved. Benevolent and Pro tective Order of Elks of the World, for we have consistently adhered to the theory that* the Order has set up competent tribunals ro pass right.y upon disputed questions The responsibility for this violation of the spirit and intent of the laws of the Order must rest upon the per son or persons responsible therefor. RELY UPON THE RECORD. | We can rely upon the record in this entire matter and hare no ap prehen-siou as to the outcome. We are, therefore, publishing the corres pondence between the Chairman of the Entertainment Committee and the members of the committee, who are responsible for the resolution purporting Jto /represent the senti ment of Capital City Lodge. The answer to the letters of the Chair man was the publication of the resolution in the Richmond P.anet and the Saint Luke Herald of this city. BREACH WIDENED. While we have no quarrel with Capita.' City Lodge as such, unques tionably the breach between the two Lodges in this city has been widened by ibis uncalled for, indefensible and chi dish act on the part of the com mittee representing Capital City Lodge. The surprising part of the whole affair is the statement in the reso lution that Capital City Lodge would pay its part of the deficit, if so requested- No such proffer has ever been made for, as a matter of fact, such dissatisfaction as existed prior to the publication was occa sioned by the demand of certain influential1 members of the Lodge to have returned, to them the money the Lodge had donated, together with the other E'k units for the entertainment of the recent Grand Lodge. Of course, this was absurd ;ts gifts should not by made with ni rings tied to them. , V that OFFICIAL order. In regard, to the official order of the Grand Exalted Ruler, It is our opinion that’ the matter is a local affair and, upon that assumption we rest our cat*. He can try his case in the newspapers, if he feels to, but we wi'l submit ours to the pro per tribunals. He is a candidate for rejection in Cleveland, and is running true to form. Endorsements must be had. The record, however, speaks for itself. M. A. NORRELL. CAPITAL CITY WANTED REPORT. Richmond, Va., Nov. 13.. 1925. Mr. M. A. NorreU, General Chairman Entertainment Committee. Dear Sir:—At the last regular meetings of Capital City Lodge of Elks No. 11, I. B. P. O. E. of W. and Benjamin Temple, No. 20, I. B, P. O. E. of W., committees were appointed to petition the General Committee on Entertainments to make its report to the lodge and temple mentioned; above. SUFFICIENT TIME GIVEN. VWe are of the opinion that suf flbdenfl time, hm been siren the oommittee: therefore we (eel that the oommittee theough the chairman^ Mr. M. A. Nortel! should make thfft report immediately. WANT FINANCIAL. RESULTS. We wish toj he Informed of the ' financial results of the committte on entertainments*. as to receipts and disbursements of afll the-,, finale handled by this committee leading up to and immediately following the oanventiom Respectfully yours, • (Signed) WM-. R JOHNSON, Chair. (Signed) Hi B. JACKSON, Sec’y. (•Signed) WJ F. WILLIAMS. (Signed) LOUIS HARRIS. (Signed) LILLIAN B. WARE, Bj R; Capital Clt$r Lodge, No. 11. I. B. P’. Oi B'. of W., Richmond, Virginia. THAT RESOLUTION. 10*2 6 North Second Street; Richmond,, Va., Dec. S, 1925. To Whom These Presents May Come—Greetings: Capital City Lodge of Elks, No. II, . I. B. P. O. B}. of W., at its last regular meeting December- 3, 1925, because of its failure to get due consideration and, recognition, being equally- responsible for the Gfrand Lodge Convention, and its entertain ment in Richmond last August; ! 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