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VOLUME XLV1, NO. 6. RICHMOND .VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1928. PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS TEMPLE DEDICATED Great Structure Completed-Sup. Chancellor Green's Crowning Achievement © A.N.P. s. w. green --i J. M. AVERY OF DURHAM, N. C., IS CONVICTED --- ' . Five Hundred Dollars Fine Suspended Three Months* Jail Sentence "End of G. & O. Pass Gases. - « J. M Avery, a resident of Dur bam, North Carolina, charged with the fraudulent use of Chesapeake and Ohio R. R. passes was tr.ed in the United States District Court hen-e last Tuesday, and. fined five hundred dollars and sentenced to serve ninety days ;n jbil. The prison sentence was suspended on the con dition of fits good behavior for five years. Avery was represented by Attorney Joseph R Pollard of this city and Attorney Edward Wolcott of Norfolk, Va. HOUSE WARMING _ i Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Johnson will receive their friends in the.r new home, 2504 Brook Road, Thursday evening. December 20, 192 8 from 8 to 12 o'clock. Al very cordial invitation is extended to you. CHARLES BASS SHOOTS VIOLA RANDOLPH IN NECK. .. Charles Bass. 151.j X. -sth St. shot Viola Randolph, 904 X. 30th St. with a revolver, making a dan gerous wound. The bullet passed through her neck. Both of them say that it was an acc dent. Bass was r presented in the Police Court last Monday by Attorney Charles \V. .Moss. The shooting took place Sun day evening. GRAVEL HILL NOTES Gravel HiW Baptist Church. Rev. W. L. Tuck. Pastor. - ..At. 11:30. Rev. Sidney Henry preached for us a good messages using for his subject, “God W 11 Lead You.” Pastor Tuck had to be at th0 bedside of his wife who s seriously 111. At 2 o'clock Rev. D. W. Cotman preached tlm funeral of Mrs. Jose phine Bland. A large audience viewed the remains. ..Prayer service was well attended or. last Wednesday night. J. M. Anderson, Reporter Read the L. F. M. ndv and be hap py by making your purchases there. DR. ROBERT A. DEANE DIES IN HOSPITAL. ; LAWRJE2NCEV1LLB, VA., December 10—Our community was shocked early Sunday morning to bear of the death of our beloved physician, Dr. Robert Armistead Deane, which sad event occurred at the Petersburg Hospital Sunday morning at 2:30 o’clock, whither he had been carried for treatment. He was stricken a few weeks ago and went to the Freedmen Hospital Washington, for special treatment, but it seemed i that his malady was of such a baf fl ng nature and had progressed so far that medical treatment was of no avail. He was carried to the Petersburg Hosp'tal. Friday, but to no avail, as he gradually grew worse. Saturday eveirng the Rev. E. E. Miller, rec tor of St. Stephen’s P. E Church administered the Holy Communion to him. surrounded by his wife, children, sister, Mrs. Lucy Pharr. Archdeacon Russell and other mem bers of the family. The end come cnlmlv and with perfect res.gnai on on h:s part in the presence of h's \m njng w fe and members of the family. T' t’uik’u! w'll take place tomor row. Tuesday at 2:30 P M. from S'. Paul's Memorial Chapel of wh ch h " was a consistent communicant. An account of this will appear in next week's issue. Robert Armistead Deane was. born r hv >rv 1 and was in his 3nth year of age. He was a graduate of T’n’on University. Richmond and Howard University Med‘Cal School. He took high rank in liis profession and at the time of his death he was secretary of the Obi Dominion Med ieal Vssoc'at'ou and also for several vars resident physician of St. ?■ nl's School. . Dr. Deane is survived bv his wife Mrs. Otelia Russell Deane, daughter of Archdeacon Russell, whom he marred December 25. 1917: three sons. Robert Armistead Deane. ,Tr.. Morgan Russell Define and Oeorge Cameron Deane: four sisters, three brothers and a host of relatives. He leaves a host of tr ends of both races to mourn his departure, as he was greatly beloved and highly respected by all. A HP. million-dollar pythian national temple, Chicago REMAINS BROUGHT HEBE ! Dr. R. At Deane, eon of the late Mr. and Mts. Morton Deane died at 2:30 A. M. last Sunday at the Petersburg Hospital. He had been a patient in the Freedman’s Hospital at Washington, from which place he returned home against the advice of the physicians. He went to Law renceville, Va. and he became worse and was carried by his medical; friends to Petersburg Hospital,1 where it is said an operation was performed on him. It is reported that he had ex pressed a desire to have Funeral Director A. D. Price, Jr. to take charge of his remains and accord ingly he was brought to the Prkce establishment where his body was prepared for interment. A costly metallic casket was furnished. In the beautifully decorated Price fun eral parlor, his remains wore permit ted to lie in state, where his friends viewed them. They were carried to Lawrenceville, Ya. Tuesday morn jug at 7 A. M. by Funeral D rector 1 It is reported that Dr. Deane carried insurance to the amount of $36,500.00. .. Philadelphia, Pa. DIED—At Philadelphia Ho-p:_ai Mrs. Emma Jackson Murphy, 1700 X. 21st Street Philadelphia. Pa. on Xovember 20t'n at 9 P. M. She was bur ed from her home on Saturday. November 24th at 1 P. M., Rev Jones officiating. She was a rev deli t. of R'climond, V<i. She is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Huey C. Brown and Mrs. Ida B Hayes and husband. George IV. Murphy: daughter' Mrs. Jennie Hilton and son, Emmett Jack son. The Yellow Cab management and the White Top and Red Top Cab Companies are indulging in a rate f- 11 r. You can get in either the Whhe Tops or the Red Tops at 17th Pnee* and ride West, within that zone hmit for 2g cents. Now it is being proposed to add an additional burden by forcing all of them to carry liabil ty insurance. ■-t • IN MEMORIAM In Bad but loving remembrance of our dear husband and father, Thom as Bow lee, who departed this life December 12, 1911, seventeen years to date: Gone, but not forgotten. —Wife, (Mrs.) Ella Bowles. (Mre) tRhoda Mahanes, (Mrs.) Annie Minor, (Misses) Ruth and Vic toria^ Bowles. RETV. BLACK WELCOMED. The members of Mt. Carmel Bap tist Church paid a surprise visit to their new pastor, Rev, F. W. Black and hjs Madame re'cently. Many friends greeted the pastor aud his family and made him welcome to Richmond. A largo number of use ful gifts and a purse were left by the party. Rev. Black is domiciled at 1305 North First Street.. Why not send us your job work? Big or little; largo or small, we •hall be pleased to serve you. ROANOICE NEWS 1 Rev. James S. Hatcher D. D. delivered a very fine discourse las' Sunday morning. Dr. John H. B nkard preached for Dr Hatcher Sunday night. The sudden death of Mr. Henry Polk last Friday morning was quite a surprise. He resided at the home of Rev. J. M. Bannister on Ruther ford Avenue. The funeral of Mrs. Lucy Joplin was held at 1 o’clock last Friday even ng. Mrs. Lucy Coles of Norfolk Ave nue has been cpiite sick. Mr. Samuel Divers is .improving. Mrs. Catherine Miller is a little improved at this writing. Mr. Peyton Colvins of Diamond Hill is much indisposed. .. Mr. L. M. Simms of 4?, Hart Avenue N. W. keeps frail. Mr. George Simms rema'ns indis posed. .... Call and see M. Stanfield for the Indian Herbs and Salvasena, the wonderful Payneze Liniment, with . many other fine retnedies for your health. Influenza- gives way where * they are used by those who have had the experience of past years. Try them and convince yourself. Rev. W. W. Hicks of Mt. Zion Baptist Church reports having a tine service last Sunday. Mr. Ernest Calloway of Tenth Avenue and Fourth Street N. E. had a relapse and is quite sick. . IN MEMORIAM. I _ i ROBINSON—In sad but loving remembrance of my dear husband. William Bonn e Robinson, who de parted this life ten years ago today. December 11, 1918: This world may change from year to year Our life from day to (lav, . But the love and memory of my dear husband, Sha’l never fade atvay. . His devoted wife HALLIE ROBINSON. ATTORNEY SMITH ILL. Harry M. Smith, Jr., the noted attorney is ill at Grace Hospital here after two operations. More than a vK'k ago lie. was attacked with h ccoughs and all efforts to stop or J control the same have been futile. He is reported at this writing to be ( in a cr t leal cond ion and liis only, hope is to stop the hiccoughs in time for h ai to recuperate from the dan gerous operations. He is said to be j in his 69th year. .. j The wife of Attorney J. E. Byrd is here seriously ill after an opera Yon. which she underwent in New York. Tho wife of Attorney J. R. j Pollard is home again after an j opera! on. which she underwent in Washington, D. C. Both are doing i fairly well. . ... ! I The L. F. M. Store. Broad Street1 between Third and Fourth Streets is offer ng bargains. You can save money by gong there. PYTHIAN TEMPLE BUILDING COMMISSION COLORED BOY SHOOTS NINE _PEOPLE. Qhicago Tragedy*** Reck* less Disregard of Lite. Police Officers There Murderer Riddled With Bullets. - - 9 - DR. I. A, JACKSON STRICKEN _ i i Dr. I. A. Jackson, the popular Wost End physician and surgeon had an acut^ attack of illness Friday December 7, and for a time he was in a precarious condition. Dr. Fred D. Brown, the skillful physican and surgeon was hurriedly called to attend him. He succeeded in locat ing the trouble and applied remedies which have placed him on the road to complete recovery. ; I ■ - —-- ■ — f I DO YOU KNOW THEM? ..The Pol.ce Department, Major R. B. Jordan, Chief, has received an enqu ry for the people of James Hunter. 737 Oliver St.; Aurora. 111. - Their names are Fred Hunter and Mill Hunter. His mother. Mary j Hunter and father, Albert Hunter itq either in Richmond or Norfolk. Any information concerning them will be thankfully received. ..If you want a first class funeral or even an ordinary one on short not ce or on long notice. Funeral Director Robert C. Scott has the goods and the cqupraent. a 'phone call will bring a free service car to l ring you to 1»is establishment and to convince you. ...• The Mosque Management fee's that they have done everything to convince the theatre public, loth white and colored that first class service at a second class price should bring both white and colored patron age even during the Christmas Hol idays. Prices 25 and 15 cents. Cunningham and Minor have been do ng a good business, both on the north and south side of the rivor and have been giving complete satisfac tion to their many patrons. Mr. Minor has spec al charge of the em balming work and has been instru mental in instructing many young undertakers, who have succeeded in passing successfully the Board of Embalmers in this State. .. CHICAGO, December 12-*-NLne po licemen including a deputy commis sioner were wounded today in a five hour battle w;th a crazed colored boy, who barncaded himself in his home and defied attempts of 200 policemen and firemen to dislodge him until he was fatally shot. Machine guns, riot guns, pistols, rifles and tfear bombs were used by the besiegers and the youth was shot when a police squad, behind steel shields, forced entrance to the three story brick building and fired fifteen bullets into his body as he attempted to tfiain his shotgun on them. Despite his injuries and the fact that a policeman’s bullet passed entirely through his skull, the youth lived for two hours... SISTERs AND BROTHERS IN THE HOUpE WITH HIM. In the apartment with the youth throughout the siege were three sis ters and two brothers, one of them only a baby. They huddled together in one room and escaped harm from tear gas but when they came out were almost white from he plaster chjpp d off the walls by bullets. ..A smashed restaurant window led o the spectacular siege. Ernest Whitehurst, i<?. v'c im of the battle disliked a restaurant proprietor and las: night tossed a brick through the restaurant window. Another hoy told the police and officers went to Wh’tehurst's home on the ne^r north side. The hoy answered their knock w'th a charge from his shotgun. The police summoned help and the most spectacular siego’in the his'ety of th,'» done.rtment was on; The you'll took a stand near a w;ndow on the second floor of the nuUding ar police and fire department cars began to arrive. Searchlights played cn the structure *\nd firemen smashed windows, tossed tear bombs and flooded the place with water. You may say what you will you’ll pot more thin your money’s worth at the Mosque. Make vour encage ments for the hol’daya. Tt costs "a c°nfs. F)0 cents for you and your g!rl. If you wish to take her lit'le brother or sister along, it wfU cost 15 cents more.