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THE DA IX A 8 EXPKK8S, DAIXA8, TEXAS, SATURDAY. 1KXVKK? 29, 1021.
PAGE SKTE3. CITIZENS' COMMITTEE GOES OVER THE TOP. Nearly $4,000 Collected to Date Campaign to Continue Until All Subscriptions Are Paid In, Souvenir Program Being Gotten Up For Bishops' Council -Business Men Urged to Take Space. The Committee on the entertain- sle Carpenter, $1.00; Cash - 26c; ment of the Bishops' Council "has Mrs. A. C. Cain, BOc; total $2.75 V.r !,he top" ln. collectiflS By Mrs. Lizzie Rosson: funds. Starting out a few weeks :s , TI m , ago on a campaign to raise $3,500 i Royal Hou8e Temple No- 115 S' from the public, Tuesday night's M- T total 110.00. meeting of the commlttoe showed a By Mrs. Julia LionaiuHou: total of $3,930.36 collected and Q. Trendberg, $2.60; C. L. Ed turned in. The teople have respond-: wards, $1.00; O. Coleman, $2.00; R. ed splendidly and promptly to the L. Weems, $1.00; H. Johnson, 25c; appeal for funds to complete the,Theo. Lessie, 25c; F. Prather, 60c; new St James; and for the enter- C. W. Wicks, 26c; H. D. Cain, 25c; tainment of the Bishops Council L. M. Neal, 25c; O. Whitesell, 25c; when it meets next month. "Our N. Amboree, 25c; H. R. Perkins, people certainly have the Dallas') 2 5c; D. Bryant, 25c; A. C. Coleman, spirit well cultivated and know how' 26c; Mrs. A. J. Johnson, 25c; W. to show it whenever it becomes ' Coleman, Jr. 15c; J. W. Towns, 10c; necessary" said Chairman Hamilton, i. total $10.00 . "We are deeply grateful to every- By Mrs. S. M Hughes: body who helped" he said. Mr. J. Harris, $1.00; Mrs. I. Mil- While the committee has obtain- ler, 50c; Mrs. R. Bateinan, 60c; ed the amount It pledged Itself to Mr, Moses Champion, 50c; Mrs. S. raise, it will continue to work un-M. Hughes, $1.00, total $3.60. til all subscriptions are- paid ln and By Mrs. A. S. Wells: all reports of money collected are' Mrs. O. Woods, $2.00; Mr. W. S. turned ln to the treasurer. Dr. Abln-1 Willis, $5.00; Mr. K. Bolton, $1.00; ton says, he is still pushed for funds Mrs. A. Shaw, $1.00; P. C. Ruther to meet pressing obligations, and ford, $1.00; total $10.00. asks everybody who has not already By Miss T. O. Boswell: helped to do so at once. A number j Household of Ruth No. 818, to ot Individuals and several lodges tal $10.00. have asked that the campaign be By Mrs. Maude Powell: not closed until they be, given time: Mrs. B Baker, $1.00; Mrs. A. to give their donations. The con- Peace, $1.00; D. King, 25c; M. L. tinuance of the campaign, Is made , Bonner, 50c; Mrs. F. Jones, 50c; largely ln response to these appeals. : total, $.25. On the evening of February 14th By Mrs. Pearl McKee: Just prior to the meeting of the Household of Ruth No. 687, Mis Bishops Council, the pastor and of- tresses M. L. Lowery, 20c; A. ficers of St. James church are plan-! Brown, 20c; A. T. Bills, 25c; I. nlng to give a public reception ' to N. Bowen, 25c; P. Davis, 60c; T. W. tho Committee and all of Its work- Whltaker, 25c; I. G. Hallard, 25c; ers. At the reception final reports J. H. Smith, 25c; M. Shaw, 5Cc; will bemade and published. P. McKee, $1.00; Craig, 25c; F. The Citizens Committee Is getting Robinson, 25c; A. Griffin, 25c; L. up an elaborate and artistic souve- Burch, 26c; H. B. Ridge, 25c; J. M., nir program for the Bishops' Coun- Rice, 25c; A. Orman, 25c; H. S. G. cil. This program is expected to Maxwell, 25c; E. Baccus, 60c; T. pay for Itself out of the advertise-1 Weems, $2.00; Mr. T. W. Whltaker, raents it will carry. Any surplus 26c; Mr. J. W. Southern, 25c; Mr. funds that Is obtained from this W. M. McKee. 35c; Mr. T. Orman, source will be donated to St. James 25c; Miss C. R. Tyler, 25c; Miss E. Church on Its debt.. A number of M. Weems, 25c; total $10 00. foreign advertisements have l-.By Mrs. Lillian Harbert ready been obtained and paid for,! Mistresses Lillian Harbert, $1.00; and more coming ln daily. The W. G. Langley, $1.00; M. Langley, business men of Dallas are urged $1.00; Carrie Consur, 25c; Russell, to give liberal support to this part 60c; Messrs. M. Harbert, $1.00; H. of the plan. The advertising agent Tubbs, 50c; Banks, 25c; J Doug will call. i lass, $1.00; R. Sparks, 25c; J. Ad- The visiting churches during the ' klns- 25c; A;,Got0Id1' 205cc: G- J' HU" week past, again played a big share nlan' 250 : M- Holt- 25c: T- Mc" in assisting the committee to reach Lurie, 25c; W. Jones, 25c; J. Lan the goal toward which it has been ters 25c; S. Evans 25c; N. Pick- workmg. On last Wednesday night, Munger Avenue Baptist church held r- zc- uahing, 25c; Mr and service in the new St. James. An Mrs Corniickle, $1.00, total $10.75. eloquent sermon was preached by By Mrs. Laura Johns: pastor Lofton. . A collection of Mistresses V. Raines, 60c; P. $76.00 was taken up. On the same SpiUe. 50c: ,Poo'e: 50,c,: night the A. M. E. churches of Boyd. 50c; B.Taylor, 50c; , Mr H. Queen City, Lincoln Manor and Lem- Mur1pfhy' c to' 3-00- on Avenue were present and donated By Mrs. H. D. Winn: . on nn i Mr. John Seals, $1.00; Mrs. Jake ' a , u. . . Ward, $1.00; Mrs. Charlie May .,tn hu"day night' Mt- Sif Bap- Smith,. $1.00. total $3.00. tist church was present with its pas- gy jrs J H Smith" tor. together with the American Bethel 'M,s8ionary- Society. Mis Woodmen A collection of $70 00 treB8e8 McCaln $1 00; E. Aus was donated by these two bodies ti $1 00 w Wttrd 60 L. The American Woodmen on this oc- Lennard( $1.00. w. Boone caslon presented the window to the totaj 14 50 church that was given by the Su- ,, T ' , . . preme Camp. By Mrs. Janie Johnson: ... , ' T Mistresses Janie Johnson, $1.00; On Friday night. Rev. C. L. j i,enox $1.00; O. Choice, $1 00; BK,yanV h fe,rnni "Jemer; H- Anos, 100; S. Bowen $1.00 ship of the Church of God, of which L JohnBOn, $1.0; L. Cokely, $1.00 he Is pastor filled the church to E. Di $1 00 n 00 e. Mill. overflowing. In the collection that 100 L Harr, $1 00 ,ot followed the sermon preached Dy.$i0 00 . elder Bryant, (and preached as he' ' ' alone can preach) all previous rec- By . M- Go?.1n: . ords were surpassed, the amount be- TT J- z- JHo"sehoid of Ruth' R- ing $232 60 .Hammond, 25c; B. Wheeler, 60c; .Sunday afternoon St Pau. M. ' 2 $ loT'zl K SsffJoW: "S C Col'emln ' 26; with iStor M 5 m . . Urch N- Del. 2 5c; C. C. Jeffrey. 25c; vices S PuL V,?r? 30H 1 "ter; B- J- Parker' 2Sc L- Williams 25c 125 10 .n! LC r donated M. Gaston, 25c; J. Holland, 25c; ihurch 130 2 Congregational u Harvey, 25c; M. Massle, 25c; O. At the milli f h ... I Woods, 25c; A. Watson, 26c, total Tuesday nTeht T.CmmU 66 10 00- of this amount $4.50,was No 3 of ?he Rovlrili r irChaHPt!r turned ln and Polished ln the re- xvo. a or tne Royal Arch, F. and A. ' nnrt of January llfh M. sent a check for $25.00 by Mr. , Hi, R. Lee Jones, with a message that i '. J?" ?. j??" . - they would gladly make It 150 00' 1, Jonn MaDUBl "urcn, Mistres were their membership larger '"3 K HarPer' 10: L West The Consistory of 32nd degree ,1,00: A Wllllams- BOc: M- R Masons (F. A. M.) through Mr. Mor- ?le8'rB0c: M- ?e6' J1 ( 0: i?8" ris Weil subscribed $25.00 to the by' 50c; J- J Jeffer'on, $1.00; fund with the best wishes ot th 0c- M- n,aw' Consistory for the success of ik tota 7 00 campaign. Mr. Joe Trammell, man- Bv Mrs- Ophelia Anderson: ager of the Popular Mammoth Thea-' Nero Chapter No.. 27, "Q. E. S., tre sent his check for $15.00, mak- totaI 5.00. Ing a total of $25.00 he has con, By Mrs- A- R- Cohen: trlbuted to the fund. Mrs. Maude st- Clara's Temple No. 86 S. M. T Moore, who collected and turned In Mrs- M.,Luckey, $7.00; Mr. L. Mil $19.00 show In last weeks report ler- $1-00; Mr. J. Reynolds, $1.00; Is Royal Empress of one of a lo- Cash, $2.00; total $11.00. cal lodge branch of the Golden Tne following is the full report Chain of The World. - 1 for the week: At the meeting, of the Cominlt- Mr8- J- C. Frazler, Ladies' tee last Tuesday niRht, Mrs. J C. Division $137.25 Fraxler, leader of the ladles dlvis- Munger Avenue Baptist Ion of the campaign, was present Church - 76.00 with a number of her workers and A- M- E- Churches of Lln- turnnd in a total of $137.25. The mens division turntd in $189 45. ! Last week' the committee turned over to Dr. Abineton for use on the church debt $500.00. n.akine a to. tal of $1500.00 turned over by the committee directly, Binae Its work began. In addition to this, he has by common consent, retained all or the money donated by local church- es at tnelr services held In the Temple. This amounts to $1668.12 and makes a total of $3168.12 that St. James has received in the cam- palgj through the efforts of the Citizens' Committtee to date. The following Is the report of the Ladies. Division for the week: By Mrs. A.B. Rutherford: ' : , From white friends, $JO.00. By Mrs. E. O. J.tndley: 1 Cornelius Jefferson, 25c; Mr. As- berry, $1.00; Mr. J. W. Towns, 25c; Total $1.50. ' By Mrs. E. M. Wvatt: E. N Wyatt, $1.00; Mrs. Grade Powell, $1.00; Mrs. M. V. Buck, 60c; total $2.60. Bv Mrs. J. C. Frazier: Mrs; A. V West, $1.00, total $1. By Miss Lucia Williams: 1 Mr, J..M. Lane, $1.00; Mrs. Bea- SUNDAY "The BRUTE MASTER" Palace Theatre ens, 25c; J. Floyd, 25c; Mrs. Poin- coln Manor, ueen caty, Lemon Avenue Mt- ollve Baptist C irch, and American Woodmen 80.00 70.00 Church cf Uod (Rev. C L. Bry- nt) - 25.10 st- Paul M- E. Church 25.10 Plymouth Congregational Church .: MyBtlc Tie Chapter No. 3 F- and A- M Metropolitan Lodge No. 146 F- and A- M Crystal Palace Lodge F. and A M I-abor Unloa, Local No. 36.. Dr. M. C. Cooper J. M. Tolbert . ... E. Cooper J- barker Dan Vann ... Mammoth Theatre Cooper Story Gravel Co E. Whltaker J. B. Wright 30.25 25.00 60.00 5.00 25. OP 6.00 B.OO 5.00 5.00 3.00 15.00 5.00 -5.00 .60 H. O. Brien 100 T. TI. Well Spring 1.00 S. F. Shift 1.00 J. W. Hester 1.00 J. Baskett SO E. L. Wolff r 1.00 R.- Myers 1.00 J. C. Duff 1.00 B. O. Wolff i 1.00 H. H. Skellors .50 E. H. Wade . 1.00 A. A. Wolff 1.00 A. L. Wolff and Co 5.00 G P. Buchanon 1.00 Cash ..1.00 G. Turner . ,. 1.00 A. W. Tipps 2.00 S. E. Jones 1.00 James Aklns 1.00 Cash .j v : .70 Mrs. M. E. Day .50 Mrs. E. P. Winn 1.00 W. S. Asberry 1.00 Mrs P. L. Isaac 1.00 C. E. Morgan 1.00 S". C. Black 50 W. C. Isaac 1 00 N. G. Penn 1.00 E. Boswell 50 S. N. Lewis ' .60 Dr. A. R. Henderson , 1.00 Mrs. C. B. Henderson -25 L. R. Robinson 1.00 O. Glasgow .75 J. Boswell 50 J. Phillips 25 T. O Boswell 1.00 Total $840.65 Previously Acknowledged ..$3089.71 Grand total - $3930.36 The following letter has been re received: LETTER OF THAXKS. Dallas Texas, Jan. 25th, 1921. To the Citizens' Committee, for the Entertainment of The Bishops' Council, Dr. C. L. Morgan, Treasurer, My dear Dr. Morgan: On behalf of the pastor and mem bers of St. James A. M. E. Temple, I wish to thank you for the check for five hundred dollars which came to us a few days ago. This makes in aH $1,600 that your committee has turned over to the church and has been applied as directed. We can never express the extent of our gratitude for the work of the Citi zens' Committtee which has not been excelled by any thing that has happened ln our city. Your noble work for this strug gling people will place the church under a lasting debt of gratitude. We trust that all who have con tributed will ever have cause to feel proud of what they have done ln this matter. Again thanking you, I am yours truly, C. W. ABINGTON. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OR GANIZED AM) OPERATED BY YOUNG NEGRO BUSINESS MEN WITH TWO 31ILLI0X INSURANCE IN FORCE IN TEXAS. HOME OFFICE SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Mr. A. K. Leonard, President And Organizer of the Company All FoIU-lei And Damages Met Prompt ly, The Record) Show. Jtruins And I'usli Are The Levers. (By N. W. Harllee.) The young men, I refer to the young business men of the race who have taken the Initive to pres3 on with that fideHty .and tenacity, with that enterprising zeal, foresight and with thrift and industry, are highly deserving of the very best mention that we can give them. I have taken the time to make a Burvey of the eituation and condition prevailing throughout the south, and in some respects in the North and East, everywhere, we find that a forward movement that every year marks new achievement in the real organ izaticn and in the transaction ot business. The Latest Surrey. The latest survey and investigation from reliable sources shows that Mr. A. K. Leonard of San Antonio, takeB the lead in this state ln or ganizing a Are insurance company that means more than the mere name of fire insurance, it means real insurance that pays in cold cash when the property is destroyed, thus presented the practical side of bus iness and timely security. For Ave years Mr. A. K. Leonard dreamed and theorized on the possibility of fire insurance operated and controlled for the benefit of his people as they were denied the advantages of the old line companies; but it was not enough to dream, not enough to the orize, If success must come, it must come through something definite and tangible, so the dream and theory arc put Into practice and realization by organizing the Western Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Texas with headquarters at San Antonio. That organization marks a new day Is commercial relation in business circles protected bj more than a dozen underwriters for the safety of the new company, and the mutual benefit . for the Insured. Shall ' we wait for others to think for us,, to act for us, when we are able to do some of the thinking and some of the acting? We have waited too long already, waited for some strong financial center of activity, waiting is a snare and delusion, the longer we wait the weaker we become. Action's bespeak life, life means man ifestation and ln business and com merce means the opening up the high way to independence and wealth. Mr. A. K. Ieonard whose ripe ex perience "of fifteen years as a real estate dealer and contractor, fitted him for the position as the president of the Western Mutual Firo insurance Company, and he is still a young man of ripe experience, and we may expect much of his effort along the line as an insurance adopt, judged by the success which his company has already achieved in meeting their obligation a ln this state with promptness and business like math r.ds. No doubt bid that Mr. W. H. Leonard and alo Mr. C. H. Long, have been of much service in making the company a success that It has deserved. This company, It is claimed, gives cn nloyment to nearly two hundred persms who are kept busy ln its employ. No one has said that one man be the employer and another the employee, this is left to the in dividual hlmaelf. This further means that we shall do more by doing some thing for ourselves, If we never start, we uevo- get anywhere. We want more, young men like Mr A. K. Leonard who will find a way or make one. We are not to desi'se the day of little things. Necessity Is the mother of invention, and all realize that si era necessity has been "Mr lot 'or fift years. Two Million Dollars Insurance In force. The Western Mutual Fire insurance Company claims to have two mil lion dollars insurance Inforce, credi'able showing for this new en terprise, and this is a stop in the right direction n this new and much needed enterprise. Brains, piuck and push are the new levers by which we are to UBe If we would move the world , of finance. This Mr. A. K. Leonard saw ln his vision, in his theory long boore the organization was realized and made to co-ordinate in the line of business. It Is -the purpose of the company to extend Its operations within ninety days to other slates, especially the etatcs that are adjacent to Texas. I have before me a long list of enterprising young business men of whom I wish to speak in the near future. Young men who are bringing things to pass, and who need our encouragement, which they richly deserve both by sympathy and more by patronage. LITTLE BOCK CAPTURES THE CONGRESS. Capitol City of Arkansas Will En tertaln Sunday School Workers For 1921. Nashville, Tenn., Jap. 27 (National Negro Press Association Service) Little Rock Is to entertain the 1921 session of the Sunday School Con gress forces June 8th to 13th. This action was confirmed by the Meeting of the Board held ln this city. Five cities were running neck and 'neck for these honors. They were Mus kogee, Okla., .Columbia, S. C, Gal veston, Texas, St. Louis, Mo., and Little Rock. It developed that the matter bad been before the Board for tie third time and that the de cision was only reached today. No tices were at once sent to the leaders at Arkansas, conveying the informa tion ' to them. The Secretary of the movement. Rev. Henry A. Boyd, and the Chairman, Dr. C. H. Clark, au thorized the announcement and they declare that ln all probability there will be no reduced round trip rates for any' religious gatherings. They contemplate au increased at tendance over last year. It will be remembered that Just a year ago this meeting was held in Springfield, Illinois, where memorial services were held for the late Abraham Lin coln. More than twenty thousand Sunday School workers are affected by this call. Insure Ydur House and Furniture against Fire and Tornado in the Western Mutual Flro Insurance Co. of Texas, San Antonio, Texas. There is an Agent ln your town. 1-15-tf. ATTENTION! AUTO Now Is the time to have those old tires fixed. My section, rim cut and retreading can't be beat. All Work Guaranteed EVERETT TIRE Hoskel 8217 ! , i , 41 iji ADAMS EXPRESS AND TRANSFER CO. i Announces the addition of th ADAMS FURNITURE COMPANY II IN CONNECTION AT 8226 ROS8 AVENUE I WE LOAN MONEY ON FUBNTTPRB STORED WVTH US f WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE, a 25 TO 50 PER CENT SAVING FOR CASH. I MOVING, PACKING, SHIPPING. STORING. FURNITURE TAKEN f J IN TRADE f Phone Haskel 675S Ii - ' I Cash or Credit Phone Haskel 6755 M A. ADAMS, President and General Manager. u SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY STEAK ..... 20c ROAST .......20c ENGLEBERG MARKET 2405 ELM STREET Both Phones X and Y 4191 WHITAKER'S CAFE 2415 Eta Street, Bigger, brighter and better than ever. Everything' to salt your taste as v as your pocket book. Tables supplied with best market products and service unexcelled. ENOS WHITAKER, Prop. McMILLAN'S GREATER CAFE 2413 Eta Dallas' Nowest and Moat TJp-to-Date Eating Resort. Best cooks and best prepared food ln the city. Prices reasonable. HOT AND COLD DRINKS, CIGARS and TOBACCO X Each cus tomer receives t'e personal attention of the management Q. McMILLAN, Prop. JL A Ai.i a A A A A A A A AAA A A A A M. II. ANDEKSOI Invest Order your men's suit now at 30 per cent reduction. We have also reduced the prices on .1 repair work. CHESTER PARK Cor. Hall and Central A vena DEPENDABILITY 1 hen when the THE 640 North OWNER REPADfc CO., ' Bryan, Corner Bool St. 4 1 "'' -f. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A AAA AAAAAH T PIIILI IP HICKS Wisely TAILORS Dall&a, Texas Phoue T !W"8 10-6-201 dollars have decreased in buying f ia called upon to pay the additional the question of quality of preparations is thrown to scr?p-heap and dependability of results entirely discarded, Madam finds herself confronted with the problem of how and what with the same money may she ourchase for her toilette. For milady's' beauty and saving her precious dollars, in sist upon articles that bear this seal. " f Found only on MADAM C. J. WALKER'S Wonderful Hair Grower . Vegetable Shampoo Glossine Tetter Salve ; Temple Grower . Vanishing Cream . Cleaning C."eam Cold Cream ' -Witch Hazel Jelly Vegetable Oil Hand Soap , Complexion and Toilet Soap Superfine Face Powder, (white, rose-flesh, brown) . , Compact Rouge Antiseptic Dental Cream EXPENSIVELY. COMPOUNDED BUT CONSERVATIVELY PRICED MADAM C. J. WALKER MFG. CO, West Street, Mill A MTT1B HKII THU LINK. ' ,. grow. It makes the scalp healthy; It makes the hair soft, i.tralirlii nd gloRpy; If. givt-i- life to the most stuo born hair and surrounis the face wltb (trace and beauty. Nothing In the world :ilce It. Th i,-pnnlN3 comes in white glass Jars, perfumed, especially, for refined peo ple, l'ri-e 50 cents post puld. ticcntn Wanted. MOUTIIEIIIV JIKWCINK COMPANY,' Atlnnta. lis. 9-4-12t ! PENNY WE USE LAUNDRY SANITARY Pressing Machines FRED BRUSS Tailor Pun PI nailed and Renovated Cleaning and Pressing ' Suits Made to Order . 1 2221 Elm St i Phone M. 66oO DALLAS. 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Course taught Diplomas ! through mall. Hair Culture $1, Dy. Ins; and BK achlng, Hot and Bleachlasj Hot Oil Treatment Beauty Cnrtar Manicuring. Growing Oil .fit eentaf Pandruff Remedy, (0 cents Presets OH V cents; Temple Oil 19 eeta; Soap 10 to 25 cents. Agent wsuctsa, MB. LUFXLA MeDAnrilDLaV 1301 B. Mors Street. Greenville, Texas. Hair - Dresser and One thousand agaau wanted Good 'nioney ade. We want tfen.ii ln every city ad vtt, lage to sell TCB STAR HAIR GROW ER. This in a wotdcr. ful preparation. C be used with or with out straightening Irani Sells for !6e pa box one 1 5c baa will prove lta ralca. Any person that wtU use a 26o box will b convinced. N matter hat has failed t grow your hair Jtuu give TUB STAB HAIR GROWUB a trial and be canvlneed Send 25c far fuU b!m box. If yon wish ta be agent aend il.9 and wi will aend yaa a full supply that rra can begin work wit it at once; ata agtvnt's terms. Ckad nil nioney br nscr oi.ler ta TH13 STAH mm GnOWEB MAP7U, PACTXRKBS Box 813. GrvansboKV a. r. GEORGE DOOLEY All makes of talUnc mr.chlnes, motors nt. paired. All wrt goax asieed. Repradvaeos a specials. PteY2655 2GQ7 Commerce St Dnlla, Tmtm 18-S3-S3,! ............ ' ' ' ' ' , t I ' V .. ' . V . : : 1 i "1111 o 1 -, 't , ,-,