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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 March 1901

SATURDAY MAKCH 9 1901 THE DRUNKARD. What left lalm void of reason and con? trol? ? cb*tterlnt. Idiotie shape? A ruin?e soul? "What drove the sparkle from those eyes! What loosed that maudlin tongue? Waat caused that hectic flush to rtae. * Th*? hectic flush and nerve unstrung-? What banished pity from that breast? "What lulled that conscience to Its re*t? "What kindlfd but to waste that brain? What quickened but to clog- the mind? "What dyed the cheek to leave the stain! Of guilt and shame behind? "What fanned the latent fires of hat* To furj'**? maddened state? What aimed the deadly blow The helpless hand must strike? Tile blow that fell on friend or foe. O* friend or fo* alike, ? Faith. Hope and Love. The Solemn Vow, Alas! Alas! Where are they now? Where are the safeguards of the soul? Why must tho-se life stars sink? Who ahall answer? Call the roll. Who ahall answer for the curse ot Drink? -Ctolcago Voice,_ WORK FOR GIRLS. ?they Alone Can Make ?Vine lirlnUln? t" ? fea hi on ? Me ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 March 1901

etATtJKPAY, MARCH 9, 1900. BANGED, AND BURNED. Negro Slayer of White Teach er a Victim of Mob Fury. ?rrOUBAlSDS wiikkbud it. ?Seerge Ward Confa Mea to tbe Harder ?t Id? Flnkeleteln at Terre Haute, at??., and It 1.?ashed a Pew Bonn Afterward? Attack on Jell at Fi**'. Bepolae4, bat ? Bteoai Roab Prete? lri e alat Ibi? ?Trompe Ordered to tbe Scene Too Late. ????? Hsutb, In? , Peb. 26- Punith? aat nt it If * tt d terrible wa? meted oat toiir tr George Waid, eolored, who ?aurdt rr d Miaa Ida Fiukelatein. the aebool teacher, by ahooting her with a thotgon end aatting her tbroat yeetsr ?lay afternoon. A few honra after be avtrreat an tngry mob battered down tabe doora of the jail ard, dragged tbe jrtisoDer t* the Wabs?h bridge, eevei ?1 iqnare? away, ar d hanged him to the bridge dtaw. hot content with thebsrgirR. the crowd cnt the -torpea dear, ard laving it on ? ?ard bar an? tler tbe bridge, kindlid a fire ard ere tneted the if meine. It wtt the flrat lynching thtt eaer oceurrtd ia Terre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

xvni NO 13 KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 8ATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1901 PRICE 5 CENTS FIRST flOHOR POPILS BAKER SCHOOL BOLX Or HONOK. 6th ^rtmmiT?Mn. R. D. Boweer, teaeher?Julia Lawion, Cera Jackson, Bath Holmes BthGrammar?Mi'h M. L Ohilei, teaoher?Magri? L. Brooks. Blanehe' Harrit, Hezel D. Jaokson, Eleanora Bmith. 4th flrimmir-Mies I/Inie B. Willa, teaoher?Bf>lle Morrii. 8rd'6rammar--Mr. D. Webater I>a ?ie, teaoher-"WillieSco?tt Gl*ybourne BtoJi', Chea. B. White.^ioU Grey. AL B3? Farrar, jLraen* Lemoa Raaie Mon ne, Aliee Prioe, Lillian Jonei, Mattie Underwood. 2nd Grammar? Miia Vera A. Holmei teaoher?Addie Weat, "Lily Farri*. lat Gnmmir?Misi M. H Smitti, teaoher? Tamar Carter, Mary Daggett, Gweudola*Brown, Mabel Sm'th. 8th Primary?Mi?i L J, Corbin, teaoher?Ifamie Jjhoaon, Rebeooa Jdhtclell Amita Welh, ||M Letrraa. 7th Primary?Mitt C. F. Brnwv, teaoher?Perselia Brown. Cora Smtth, John B own, Hadeeea Wood. 6th Primary?Mits M. O. Tioaler, teasher?Wyrdham Carter, OornHiui Gaetfn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

._Coyri?bt. ,,?. BV A. N. Kalterc tiewpmp* C-M?y. CHAPTER XV. Twelve dfeys h?d elapaed ainct ha re eelved that trans-Atlantic warnlng. aad yet nothing- had occurred to aug gaat that Jeanoe had arrWed. It w?a aa tha morning of tht thirteonth day. ?a waa alone in hia atudy when the poatman left a letter for Bhanche. Ht took It, and aa ha placcd it oa the tabla whare it would m<?t her eye when aha eame in, he notlced that the auper aeription waa written in a rery poor hand, aa lf lt were txaoutad by an 11 Btarata peraon. It waa a amall cir aramataaoe, but Goddard'a mJad waa in lamad with morbid faara of impendtag eriL Ha aat down at the flre and took wp tha morn<ng paper. but tha letter aa the tabla held hia attention aa fcf it aoDtained a warninr from tha Inflnitr. Ha heard Bhanche coming, and, rwia f*g tfce paper, ha pratendtd to be ab aarbed ln retdlng, though he waa really Jaretehlng her faee aa ahe advanced to tha tabla and took up her letter. God derd aaw a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

t ^ SATURDW, MARCH 16, 1901 AN EXPENSIVE FURLOUGH. Wkat It Ooata a (onfrdrrair Offlrti to Make m Skort Vlalt to Hta People. "Infantry raids," said the major, in tha Chicago Inter Ocean, "were as common in our part ot the army aa picket akirmishea. Most of the boya remember the aereral ralda we made toward Red Clay early in 1864. Our regiment waa there one day, and the n?xt a confederate cavalry regiment occupied the place. The day after that we drove them out, remained a few houra, and our rear guard waa acarcely out of the place when the confederatea oecupied it again. Three daye later we found the place unoc cupied, awept around it and were re turning when we were attacked half way to eamp. Raiding is not occupa tion of a country. A raiu haa a defin ite object, and its succeaa dependa npon the mobility of the moving col umn. "In the western army infnntry cam? to have alraott as much mobility SHOUTIKO FORHIMT08URRENDER. aa cavalry. Our regiment waa often out a week at a time coveri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

r^ubliahed exery Satnrday bx John Mitch ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. JOHNMITCBEIL JR. EDITOR All oommamratlofu maaudad for pnbUcatlon efacuM be aont ao aa to reaeta na by Wodaoadax. OaePopy.otie year.~?~.._.,,, Jl_ea ttao Copy .elght moutlia Ome Oepy, alx montha... TXRM8 IN ADVANCB. . . aoe year...~~~~~, 1 (iopy.elght mou tua............ ?'iepy, alx montha,_.~~~....??.?. Aa Owe Oopy, foor monthe...?~..~.............. M B?ae Oooy, three moutha,.?^..^....^ .40 ADVKRTI8ING RATK8. For one lnoh, one in?rMnn., ?..J a* For one lneh ooeh suaoequent Insertlon... as Xortwo lnahes, three montha,..-~~... 0 00 or two lnchea, alx mon tha. 1000 or two lnohee, nlne montha. 14 00 *ot two lneh???, twlye montha...... 30 00 larriage ar1 faneral noUoea. 60 Otaadln* a d tranalent noUoea per llne. M PO8TAQK STAMPS OF A r -JCOMINATION HIGHKR THAN TWO CENTS ^OT RKCglVKD ">K SCBSCRIPTiOVS. txiPLiwrr la laaued weekly. The eubecrtp ?on priee <all.EO a year. In adTanoe. Thore are rou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

SATURDAY MARCH 16,1901 aaa A WASTED LIFE. Btory of l.laalr FMaley?Spei Mearlr Nlate Yeara ln Jail for Ursukrinrii. Pitiful lndeed is the story told oi taaaaa Finley, of New Haven, Conu. Onoe pretty and beloved, 16 yeara ago ake took to drink, and ainca she started dowaward ahe has pasaed eight and three-quarter yeara in jail for drunk anaaaa. Think of itl Convicted 117 timea of Intoxication she will have pasaed 3,200 daya in jail for her o?>nees when the pe-nalty inflicted for her laat offenaa ahall have been rounded out. Thare ia no denying the fact that this woman, whom the police call the "etnr drunkard" of the city, haa been attraotive. Tracea of refinement and beanty atill llnger in tha diasipated f aea, and there is that in her rancorous ?oiea whlch reminds one that some aima in tha paat aha might have been listened to with lova by huaband and llttla one a. Sixteen yeara ainca aha began to ? rirvk, and hera aha waa up again for the 117th time! The record was enough ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

Sk^U^AY, MARCH lfi, 19(H). THE ETERNAL CALENDAR. BB that far center of the wheellng aphoraa, Whore aun* ar.? i.vttrmi tak* thelr tiaa? and llght. taTarig.. l.lgh the calendarof eteraal yeara: "Whlch krep the daya but knowa no paaa ina night. feays not of houra. but of the centurtoa aaaaW; A thouaand yeara completa thelr dally run; ?y these th* comet'a wanderlng courae ls lald. Througrh ayatema vaat from aun to aun; ?Vrid ponderoua orba whoae meaaured track Clrcle through apace beyond our sight or ken tWhlrl on and on and ever aafe come back; And then on tlma another courae bealn. ?od of tha Unlverae! Forever One: JFor whom th? paat and future are the aarne. Vuard of tha changlug centurles paat and gon*. *^o?* atately march Thy powtr mlght proclalra. ?JTfceu art our Sponaor for the romlag daya. Ia amall or larg^at meaaurea be they caat; VBm davr.lag century ahall axtand tha pralae Our hearts firat learned from The* In that now paat. aVnd when oarth'a Journey. and oar fleettn*; yeara....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

SATURDAY MARCH 16,1901 A PftOBLCM. afy llttle horoe 1* neat and brtxht, Mr llttle wlfa la charcntng. And nothing ln our qulet life Would aeem to-*be alarmlng; But can no kind advlaer glve The ald for which I'm lookir.gf I m aure I ahall a vlctlm fall . To Dolly'a love of cooking! Bhe trlea each new recelpt ahe m^f (When will the Uat be ended?) And brings me aomethlng every day Which ahe dec.area ls aplendtd. I klas th? pretty llttle cook. And try to look delighted; *TwouM almost break her tender heart To aee her dishea alla-hted. She'.l aay: "Dear John! I'm aure you'U flrd Tha pudding juat derlciou*. AJtbough I must adralt it looka A Uttle blt auaplcioua." Or; 'Try thia lemon tart; it'a flne? A rule I got from mother." X amlle, but hope our dear mamcu Will never give another. Tha glngerbread that Dolly make* Ia "Marion Harland'a lateet." It may be, but I ebouldo't Hke To think lt waa her greateet. The Joumal furndahed chaxlotta ruase; Alaal good Mra Rorer Would not Have known her fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 March 1901

K 8ATURDAY. MARCH 16. 19i>0. ANTHRACITE M1NERSL ?perator* May Take Part in the Wage Conferenee. ?CITOHELL DEOLIHES A HOME. Preataleat of the Bffae Worfcrra Eae. eataeaaa Tauaf Maarr CoIleWeAFer That Paraeee Be lHaBal *? Eraat a Bfoaaaaeat to Lattlaaer Vletlma. llazleton, Pa.. Marcb 13.?Tbe prea ?nce here of several operators from the ?chuylkil! district wbo are watching tke work of the minera* convention is reaponsible for tbe apread of the rumor that eome of tbem will enter into joint aonference with tbe miners, but as yet nothing dennite in that direction has Ceveloped. Equalization of tbe wagea ln tbe Haz.eton region waa discussed nt a meeting of the Seventh distrit telegatee laat evening. A meeting of tbe executive board of the tbree dis tricta was also held. ln opening the convention Presideut Atitchell declared that the plea of the ?perators that the organizatiou did not repreaent the miners ls no longer xaiid. Mr. Mitchell said he had hoped all of the operators in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

XVIII NO 14 KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1901 PRICE 5 CEMTgr FIRST flONOR PUPILS BOLL Or H0NOR. MONROE SCHOOL. lat Grammar?Misa Kate C Watkina teacher?Msrie Mile*, Elvira Ford. 8th Primary, Miaa Floreree A. Yatea teacher?Morria Burton, Wm. Wood Wm. Redd. Thomaa Smith* Emma Burford, Lillian Foater, Mary Goode, Aliee Moaby, Martha Pride, Ootavia Robinaon, Aretha Randolph, Muriel TJnderwood, Emma Roane. 7th Primary?John Holmea, Alexan der Jonathan, Rubt. Moaby, Arthor Thompeon, Otelia B-own, Fsnnie Braxton, Mamie Bagney, William Fsrnaer. Ehel Jonea. 6th Primary?Miaa Suaie B. Orump, teacher? Roaa Brown, Roaa Winston. 6th Primary?John Morria, Lillie Barrett, Irma Fielda, Lelia Bonemue, Floreoce Hampton, Oarrie J hnarn, Julia Robinaon. Emma Poindezter, Annie Tucker, Barsh Taylor, Martha Watkina. 4th Primary? Willie Moaby. Waah ingaon Milea, Irwin Robexaon, Ethel Orawley, Oora Douglaa, Florenee Doug laa, Marie Ellington. Georgia Johnaon, Mary Palmer. Lillie Wright. 3rd Primary?W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

Corvrliht. igoo. by A. N. a'allatr Ntwspajar Csaaany SYNOPSIS. Chapter I?M.tJ. Goddard makes unfor Bunate inveatmenta and kkBM SlSSOSl ? i. 5, ?ortnne. Hi-x wite's action* at tlils Sime lead him to belleve f?u> married for snoney. Sii? hnii been a poor mtlllncr with whom h?- haa bfcome Infatuatcd. 8ha eaever sllow. u him to learn certain thlngs connecled with past life. Chapter II-Arriving home from business JJoodard Warns hls wire has ieft for city. Bftlsslng consldf rable sum of money from ?ate ol whlch she knew leads him to eon c'.ude sh< tncini desertlon. T. learasa comes aslclng him to see her at Palace hotcl In 2*tew iork. Chapter III?Mra. Goddard formulatea f?lan by whlch she and Goddard ean come nn? forlune of hls ward Blanche. She will go abroud. while abroad report will come back of her death. he will marrv Blanche who loves him but who has fatal a?, troub,e ?"d will not llve two years; on Blanche's death she will prove false re port of her owa death....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1901 (Copyrltfbt, 1S01. by tba Autbor*' Sj odicato.) ti IOLETS!" said Misa Mildfnay; Y "where did you get them?" "Now you are asking a question that would have ruined my promotion, for I should have k>i>t u hundred credits on it." "That ia the cream of the joke," in terrupted Miss Morton; "for every morning brings a bouquet addressed to Mrs. Lucia Drummood, and nobody knows who scnds them." "Why, how romanticl Aren't you curious about it, Mrs, Drummond?" "I wris at first; but one gets used to almost anything in Washlngton. and now I begin to take it as a matter of course, and I should miss them very much should they cease coming." Aml Mistress Lucia looked lovingW at the scenU-d hlossoms with eyes of the self same htie, a soft flush coming into her check, that had palcd from the long winter's work in the treasury de partnient. "Oh! but she is a alfy eat;" said Mr. Paul Pry, another clerk in the BBBaC room, as Miss MiMnuty seuUd htist-lf at a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

? Pnallancd every Saturday bv John Mitch *U? Jr.. at 311 North 4th Street. JOHBMITOBEIL JB. EDITOR Alleommanicawona lntanoad ror puMleation ahoaMbe aent ee aa %o reaoh na By Wedaeadav. TKRMS IN 4JD\ ANCX. Jna Copy.one year,.~.?~~~..?^__^__|i - Jne Copy, eight moi.uu.~_.?. ] <* Jaa ?^py, alx montha.._......?.~> 3ne Oopy, four montha. .B< )ne Copy, three montha,._.^..^^.. 41 Uagto Copy,_.*r> ADVT5RTT8ING RATES. #or oaf Inoa, one Inaartlnn. ,, ,.,,, b, ^ *orone lnch each aubaequent inscrtlon... * Vortwo lnehes, three montha...? 6e ar twolnohes, alx montha. 100 t>r two lnchee, nlne montha. lt o "OT two lnchee, twelre montha. aoo larriage ar-J funeral nocioea. t Unding a A translentnotloesperllne. 1 fXMTA'JE 8TAMP8 OF A F .NOMINATIOr -SIUHER THAN TWO CRNT8 .OT RJT.CF.1VE: i*W 8UBSCRIPT1ON8. TaaPuwrr 10 unned weekly. The aubecrit ^*oq prioe ?nSl.fiOa year.in advanoe. There are ?oci wara by which money can b? jant by mall atour rlak?ln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1901 A WAR-TIME DRINK. Over Whlch Blll) FUreaee Told Oei eral She r aaa a He \\ aa No Gcallewaa. "Billy Florence," said the doctor, relates the Chicago Inter Ocean, "told, tha day after Gen. Grant was buried, one of the best army storiea I ever heard. Several of us were at the St. James hotel. in New York, and tha conversation drifted naturally into reminiacences and anecdotes of Grant, Sherxnan and Sheridan. Florence, aft? er Ustening to the stories of the offi cera present, said that, while he waa not in the army, he had had some ad ventures and cxperiences with army men, and in his inimitable way he pro ceeded to tell a story, whieh I give in outline: "Early in 1862 Mr. and Mrs. Florence were at Cairo, 111. Between one and two o'clock on a stormy night they went to the wharfboat to take a steamboat up the Ohio. There waa ao aheltev, a cold wind was blowing, and there waa a fall of half-rain and half-enow. The two were cuddled up ln their wrape, sitting on thei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

BATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. FOYER AND GREENROOL LoimIoh's .{.(G tbeatera and placea i BBBbtk eatartahinaeat wiu atcommo amte eta,(?(ki people. The Irat BWaaa to be arrested un der the Nea Orleaaa ordiaaaoa for bidding tbe weariag ?f hi>,'h huts ii tneat.is uas an BIBHBB She wa? ?aad $15. The eoatbeol theater tieket BJe* the first one BOld for the Jennv Lind coneert in \>w y<?k i? isr.d. It broughi tOM and ?as bOAAghl as an Bdver -tisement. Henry Gay CaHeton. the playwrtgbl Btammera rery badly at Mxaea. \<>i ?o lonp ago he Btopped Nal Qoodwia on the street an<i snU\ 1c, him: "Nat Will you g-g-give ??. |i;(|f on ,,.hon| for M-five aainntea eoa var e eattoaf' I Rostar.d's "Cyraao de BargeraeM i to be eonvartcd uato aa opera hv Big Pueeini. aad the new work wffl ? prodneed at tbe bBB (arlo. ffaplea during the aeaaoa ef IMi-ieox, with Bip. I>e Lttete in tbe role of Cyrano The Bcheme f-.r erectiag ;t mon ?unirnt to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY MARCH 23,1901 The man who flnds not God ln hls own heart i May search the untverse. yet flnd him not; He on'.y will Hls presence full Impart In that most hidden and most sacred spot. The man who flnds not God whera flrst of all. And most of all..He should be found, In hls own heart enshrlned aa all ln all. Will seaTch for Him In vdln through aartb's wlde bound. 'Tia there God mnnlfesta Hlmaelf most clear, ln tender graclousnosa and love an<! power. Thare plants the hope that ahuts out doubl and fear. And breathea new life and strength eacb pasalng hour. Tbe world la full of clamor. nolse and strife,' That drown the "atlll amall volce" thal ever pleada With men to keep the way of peace and life. And ln the heart s recesa alone aucceeda. The man who flndeth God In hls own heart Will ever after flnd Him ever> where; Eaxth. sea and alr, each atom ln each part, Reveal allke to him that God is there. He 8eea ln each event of Ufe Hls hand Who guldea. directa ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 March 1901

6ATURPAY, MARCH 23, 1900. Newa _Fnm The Philippinea?Many Burrendering- Others Fighting. Castiliijob, Zambalkb. P L, rVbruary 20 1601. Tbe peaee movement haa become univeras), it lookB aa though the mi ehirery whieh atarted tbe inaurrec tion u goirg over the archipelago ai aonltaner ut-ly two yeara aao haa again aet in motior to atop it likewiae. General Maeo Borlougha ia at the head of the Federei party and ia doing ezeellent work. He ia aaaiated by Ben or Don Buencamino. formerly of Ag fie'a cabinet. The good woik atarted y tbeee gentlewen haa been taken up in provincea here in Zambalea, one of tbe wt-rae in the group. Fx Gove-nor Don VineerfeCamsrs, under the S.at irh and lstt-ly the Ir. surgenta snd Senor I on Finoiana are among tbe Baast prt minert gentlemen ia the provinoe ard a reaident at Iba are repreeent-rsr the party during the laat 20 daya. They vieited all towns aouth ot Olingapoo and aa a reault ri? flea have been aurrendered in aeveral plaeea. The party vittited Subig ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 March 1901

XVIII NO 15 mCHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1901 PRICE 5 CfcNTTB THE> CODNCIL FAILED MT, OL1VET DEOLINED TO PAR TICIPAT* IN IT. Anotbar Meeting in Apri? Moore S . Baptiat Chureh Tbe Place. Tbe Couneil wbion met a* the Foorth Baptiat Chureh Tuesday. Mareh 26tb, for tbe purpoee of aettling the griev aneea of that ehurah agsinat the Mt Olivet Baptiat Chureh, failed of ita pur poaa and after the appointmsnt of a eommittee of flva for tha purpoee of ladueina Mt Olivet Baptiat Chureh to meet that body, adjourned unt:i April 2*rd when it wiu aaaemble at the Moore St. Baatiat t horeh. The original propoaition waa to eall a Mutual Couneil and this waa to be eoaeurred in by both tha Fourth Bap? tiat and the Mount Olivet Baptiat Chureh ea. A eommittee waa aent by the Fourth Baptiat Chureh to the Mt, Olivet Bap? tiat Cbnreh aaking that body to join in sueh a eall. The letter oh-ireh. however wanted the purpoaea for whieh the mutual couneil waa to to meet deflned. It al? so wan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 March 1901

Copyrlfht. ivoo. By A. N. afeaBftgf fiaamu C Otooany. SVNOPSIS. Chapter I?Maj. Goddard makea unfor? tunate Investmenta ur:U lo^cs kin? tlre fortui wlfe'a acttoaa ai th;s time lead him to believe ?he narri<d for money. She had beea a poor millintr with whom he I - tne Infatuatcd. Uhe never alluw.'d him to learn certain thing* connected with just life. Chapter II ?Arriving home from business Goodard learr.e his wiiv has left for cliv. alisslna considerabte sum of monev from *f 5 which she knew leads him to con Clude she maam <ies? rtion. Ttlegram corrie** asking him to aee acr at 1'aUce hotel ln JNew lork. Chapter III?Mra. Goddard forniulatea B!an by which she ar.d Goddard can come Into fortune of his ward Blancha will go abroad. while abroad rt port will Come back 01 her death. he will marry Blanehe who loves Mm but who has fatal fceart troubie at d will not liva two year* ?a Bianehe'a death 6he will prova taisa re? port of her owi death. To this plan the major ...

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