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T1TE IUIXAS EXPRESS. DAT.T.AS, TEXAS, SATTRTIAY, TT0YEMT1ER 20. 11)20.
TACT, TK7!K. WCTiFARR OK KRfiRO RACK IS BUIIJKCT OK CH I' lit H WOIIUI, Railroad accommodations fop Ne groes xlrnllar to those for white per sons, If In separate cam, were advo cated by spoakers at the meetlntr of , the Federated Council of Church Women Friday at the Ervay Street Methodist Church. Child welfare work inn. and provisions to make domeatlo service a profession and to educate the Negro men and women for this profession were like wise, supported by the council. Mr. J. 8: Turner, In. her address made on the race question, deplored the double standard of morality which makes an action of a Negro man a crime for lynching; and Is not noticed on the- part of a white man. Livnchlnir was declared to be In human and barbaric. The question of making condition for Negroes mora acceptable was discussed during the entire meeting. Mrs. O. I McKnlght presided during the morning and Mrs. U P. Smith during the after noon. Speakers were Miss Vera Stur- f" Mrs. Bandy, Dr. Charles U. Pe ) Mrs. Nance of China, Mrs. ' R. fNeay and Mrs. John Hanna. K-1 committee was appointed by council to enlist the aid of all de nominations In Dallas In aiding the Homemakars' and Industrial School, now conducted by Josle Brlggs Hall. for Negro girls end women. Instruc tion la given here In all subjects necessary 'to make Negro women eelf-suoDortlnsr. Dr. DeBow. spoke on the basis of racial differentiation, the universality of redemption and the responsibility or privilege. Mrs. w. E. wuson lea devotional exercises. Mrs. J. A. Brady sang a solo, Mrs. Robert Thompson led the singsongs during morning and afternoon and Mrs. W. H. Bald win also sang. This work will be part of the reg' ular annual work of the council. girl In the country who sees It The name of the picture Is "A day In the Natlon'a Capital" and It deals with the progress and achievements of the American Negro In Washington, D. C. The picture has been shown In Wash. InKton, New York, Baltimore' and De troit The Colored audiences. Jud ging from the enthusiastic manner In which they applauded the various achievements of other members of their race Indicated clearly that the Negro Is getting more race pride every day. It Is an educational pro duction and should be seen by every luiuiou person in America. ' CLASSIFIED ADS." For Sale Nice five-room house S260.00 cash: hnlnncA Ilka ronfr In. quire at 2114 Hall street, Chester jrarr. Tailors. . 11-2 0-1 1 WantedTwo fret Class Barbers for Colored trade at 118 Jf. Central Avenue, R. B. ALEXANDER, Pro- ll-20-4t COI.ORRD POPlffl"ATI01r I, A KIT A 63,747 Xl . 834. OH" AT- ND WHITES 137.- Washlngton. D. C, Nov. IS. The Colored population of Atlanta, Ga., la 82.747, the census bureau announ ced Saturday. The white population Is 137.834. and there are thirty-five Chinese. Japanese, ana Indians, mak ing a total population, 200,616 as pre viously announced. The flarures for 1910 were: Ne gro. 61,903; white, 103.861; all others, seventy-sir. The Negro population constituted 11.3 rer cent of the total population In 1920. and IS.6 per cent in isiu, while the white population contri buted 68 10 ner cent of the total population In 1920, and 66.4 per cent in 110. The Increase In Negro population was at a much lower rate since 1910, than for the preceding decade, the Increase being 10.845 or 20.9 per cent from 1910 to 1920, as against 16, ?6 of 45.8 per cent from 1900 to 1910. The inrresse in the wnite popu lation since 1910 wn also at a much lower rote from 1910 to 1920 than from lino to 1910. the Increase be ing 84 973. or 34 ner pent from 1910 to 19S0. ns esralnst 48.771 or 90.1 per cent from 1900 to 1910. WASHIWOTOW r-RFIIMRIsro IHATTGFltATIOST. FOR (By A. N. P.) Washington. T. C. Nov. 18. With the election over, and a Republican Inauguration on In the near future, social Washington has already begun to look forward to the event, which It Is believed will be the greatest In the hltorv of the nation. It has been twelve year since the Republi cans have had the pleasure of par tlcloatlng In an event of the kind. Committees will be formed ana It Is expected that the usual rlvalrv for supremacy will crop up as In form er years, During Inauguration, Wash ington society keeps open house, and some of the greatest social functions ever . held are being planned. One of the features of the Inaug ural parade. It Is said, will be the appearance of the entire Eight Regi ment of Illinois tinder commend of Col. Otis Duncan and Lieut. Col. Pat ten, both of whom distinguished ed themselves In the World War. Mm. HaROIWO AV TUFT ml BR "JTJST roi,K la wniTB . HorsB. tny A. n. p.) Marlon. Ohio. Nov. 18. The wife of President Klect Harding, who has been his constant companion. In com menting on the question. "What will you do when you go to the White House?" made the following reply: "Whet will I do when we CO to the White House: Well, T will de crlbe it best perhaps this way. Do you remember on one of the cam paign trips and at a hlr meeting, the speaker Introduced Senator Har ding and roe as Must folks'? Well, that Is exactly what we shall be la Washington .lust folks. That Isn't anv pose: T mean It." Commenting on the statement, one of our cltlxens said: "There Is -hope for everyone with a spirit of Must folks.' permeating our country. Tere .has been too much class distinction III linn miiu niiu bp n (Manor ii laui we are all Must folks.'" SHAW MUSIC STUDIO ' Is now open at 1717 Hall Street, t none named w)70. Miss Ilattle A. shaw, Directress, 10-30-tf. Wood and Edwards Stelaon Hot Ladies' Hats cleaned and Wood and Edwards Hat Factory, 421 South Erray Street, Dallas, irxns. ii. A Wise Man Insure his bouse and furniture against fire. Insure with Western Mutual, Fire Insurance company oi Texas, and be wise. W. H. Hollow?, Agent 718 Haw Una Street Phone Y 1080. 8-7-tf Ijemmon Electric Comnanv. the Old Reliable Electricians. All kinds of Electric Work, Repairing, and House wiring a specialty, 817 Al len Street, Phone H. 4521. 8-14-tf See MRS. M. A. JONES, 2816 HaUsvUle Street. for White's Specific Fax Cream and Poro Treatment. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Phon H. 4269. ll-13-4t USE MADAM O. J. WALKER'S WON. DERFUIj HAIR GROWER Guaranteed to Grow and Beautify me Hair. Best Method Obtainable See 31 BS. HOMER LEWIS. 3509 Munger Ave. Phone H. 5884 can can at your residence if desired. ll-6-4t MRS. L. A. BRADLEY, Registered Snencer Corsetlere. Why not preserve the youthful grace of your figure by letting an expert design a special model for your particular needs. A Spencer Corset will guarantee to you STYLE that Is charmingly irresistible along with comfort that is incomparable. Phone X 6768 for special fittings in the privacy of your home, or call at 2313 Flora Street. 9-4-62t PROFESSIONAL. DR. E. E. WARD. Physician ami Surgeon, Room 205 Pythian Temple Phones: Y 6537 Res. X 1901 NEW INSraAWCW COMPAWT IW ST. i.otris. (By A, N. P.J Saint tionls, fn.. Nov. IS. The Douglass Life Insurance Company Is now one of the strongest business ventures of the Colored people in this city. This has been brought by a big boosting campaign among the Colored themselves. Discrimination practiced by the white companies was the chief reason for the , Initiation of the campaign although the - need for giving practical encouragement to Race business ventures also en tered lately Into the matter. won.o . Btm.n mowumfnt DUNBAR. TO (By A. N. P.) Chicago, Til., Nov. 18.--A Paul Dun bar Monument movement has been started in this city. Funds for the purpose have already been started In In this city. Funds for the Monument have been collected by local enthus iasts and a "white friend" has agreed to duplicate every dollar raised by popular subscription. The Chicago Defender Is the local custodian of the fund. . ' ' TILL WORKmo OW HOTJST01 IlIOT CASKS. (By A. N. P.) Leavenworth, Kansas, Nov. 18. T. W. Bell, the attorney for the Im prisoned Negro soldiers In the Fed eral penitentiary. Is working very hard on the case and confidently ex pects to win. While he has not dis closed his latest . plans, he declares that he is confident he will fee able to procure the freedom of the ae cused men. The case .will be argued here within a ohort time. KFW WRfJRO MOTION PICTTRR CORPORATION RFILKASES FEATURE. "A DAT IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL." At least we have a picture pro duced by a Colored Picture Corpora tion, the Monumental Pictures Cor poration of. Washington, that la an inspiration to every Colored boy and t Kat?e to To wear, how your friends. tell who maui) it. latest model, jnadciinany tyl,a perfect fit, your choieo of any good. Not cent coat to you andr our new liberal offer for a few hours work. Bin eaah profit, for your spmtfnM, $100 to $600 month, introducing u to friends. No experience needed. Everything FRPF No matter Where you live or what you do, or what your are, end for this free offer at once. Every tailoring agent write too. Send name and addi-esa. get book of cloth sample, lat at faahiont.heautiful picture, our hig new flenernna offer, all FR. Everybody ttn. f Ait) Very mm are to KNICKERBOCKER TAILORING CO. DR. P. r.1. SUNDAY, Physician add Suriceon, Office Pythian Temple. Residence 2816 Thomas Avenue. Office Phone I 6446. ltenldence l'hone H. 689. 4-17-41 Dr. B. T. Hamilton, Physician and Surgeon. Room 216 Pythian Temple; residence S30S Tnomaa Ave. Phone : Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027; Offlce hoora: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; S to 6 p. m.; 7 to 8:30 p. m, Dallas, Texas 11-8-tf Office Hoars Phone 10 to 12. a. m. Residence H. 288T 1 to 4 p. m. " Offlce H. 2676 6 to 8 p. m. . DR. BUSSELL H. TBOTTEB, Medicine and Surgery In Connection With Morpan-Busch Sanitarium 1027M BoU SU at Central .Dallas A Excelsior Mutual Benefit Association Dallas, Texas .'" Most people need money when there'i death in the family. Some times they want to carry the body out of town or they may want to send for a relative. If you think you need thla kind of SERVICE take Insurance with the EXCELSIOR MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION We pay death claims in 24 hours. Any person desiring such protec tion, call at room 209 Pythian Tem ple, 2549 Elm street or call M. 667. H. STRICKLAND, President, S. COFIELD, Secretary. r r ft nin nruTn i -Trier- -r-rr- ;: UnANU UtNlnAL I ntAI it iTtttim a s m a ml ? WHITAKER'S 2415 Eb Street, Bigger, brighter and better than ever. Everything to suit four taste as well as your pocket book. Tables supplied with best market products and service unexcelled. ENOS WHITAKER, Prop. McMillan s greater cafe 2413 Elm Dallas' Newest and Most Up-to-Date Eating Resort. Best cooks and best prepared food In the city. Prices reasonable. HOT AND COLD DRINKS, CIGARS and TOBACCOS. Each cus tomer receives the personal attention of the management. Q. McMILLAN, Prop. ADAMS EXPRESS AND TRANSFER CO. Announces the addition of the ADAMS FURNITURE COMPANY IS CONNECTION AT 8225 ROSS AVENUE WE LOAN MONEY ONI FUBNITPRB STORED WTH US WE BUT AND SELL FURNITURE, 25 TO 60 PER CENT SAVING FOR CASH MOVING, PACKING, SHIPPING, STORING. FURNITURE TAKEN IN TRADE Phone Haskel 6755 Cash or Credit Phone Haskel 6755 ADAMS, President And General Manager. isgfc!!ijsW:iSg3sW?5 MTm,'Mil MA 1 m r'- Mi I ' siifc 1 1 i i .jm ' sa in i m F IVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD WEAR A CHAMBERS' SUIT lst-r-Fit and workmanship guaranteed. 2nd The Fabrics used are guaranteed all pure wool. 3rd Largest selection of Fabrics In the latest designs and colors. 4th The trimmings are of the best quality. 5 th Prices' are most reasonable. H. R. CHAMBERS & COMPANY 218 NORTH CENTRAL DRS. PORTER 'AND PORTER Physicians and Surgeons Graduate of three Medical Colleges, Scientific treatment of blood dis eases and diseases women and chil dren. Offlce hours: 8:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. 2:00 P.. M. to 4:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. Office 2413 1-2 Elm Phone Y 2705 Dallas, Texas. Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon on animals of all kinds. Offlce at Peo ples Undertaking Company, 210 N. Pearl street. Hours from 9 a, m., to 5 p. m. X 1296, residence 3928 Willow street, Dallas, Texas. 7-29-lt AMERICAN HAT WORKS. Hats cleaned and reblocked. New bands f 1.75 and $2.00. 805 1.2 -N. Ervay PHONE Y 5434. 10-3 0-4 1 t Penny We Use I Laundry Sanitary Pressing Machines FRED BRUSS a 1 1 o r Furs Cleaned and Renovated . Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 1 2221 Elm St i Phone M. 5660 DALLAS. TEXAS I BAGGAGE BARGAINS If Reduced Prices on Suit Cases,. Hand Bags, Trunks , Qy) Suit Cases $ 1.60 to 1 16.00 ) Hand Bags ... ..... $ 2.60 to 325.00 ) Trunks 110.00 to $25.00 xQ) Wardrobe Trunks ...$25.00 to 365.00 00 ' Excellent Values ( . WE LOAN MOXEY 2312 ELM STREET ) Remember the number vv) Look PSJ Dallas' jdj Name " .g -x Crokers SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY. STEAK ROAST . .... 20c 20c ENGLEBERG MARKET s 2405 ELM STREET Both Phones X and V 4191 YYY VVY ?Y? YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YY? ?YY YYY YYY vH tH YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY ?YY YYY TY? 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AHD UED., HOU. 23-24 3J f is T i Hi ttt ttt tH X X t YYY ttt ttt tt YYY ttt ttt ttt ttt t itf f f .V: . 6 ":'Si.v... .nil...,, B.J y .HN ; J IttX I Y v I A I I A ? t ttt ttt ttv YYY YYY YYY YYY t YYY Vyy YYY YYY 4 44 44 4 444444 4 44 44 4 4 44 44 4 ttt 444444 tvt 444:44:4 WILLIAM S. HARJ wl ANN LITTLE Li uL ANN LITTLE in, , sane Ron, 'THE CR.ADLE OF COURAGE! V, A PARAMOUNT PICTUR.E V ' Yy . FEATURING WILLIAM S. HART ADB LITTLE v ... The Un-wrltten Law is broken by the "Cradle of Courage" In which Square Kelly, safe cracker and policeman proves himself a man. A first battle that thrills Is that fought between William S". Hart, as Square Kelly. The picture 1b well: worth seeing, according to thousands who have witnessed It. Ann Little is Mr. Hart's leading woman. Don't miss this picture. Adults 25c; 10 Year Old Children 15c GRIlllD.CfiIllflLTIIEil.TRE SELMA MOORE, Ticket Agent I ttt ttt ttt ttt 'tt tYY ttt ttt ttt i tVY I ftt f .2. A. 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