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THK DALLAS KXI'KKSS, DALLAS, TKSAS, SATtKDAV. APRIL 0, 1921. n f I il m I l it VEVET BROWN PREPAR ATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of years of experiment and tudy by me. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Xentitry is a 0 VA RANT E1C that the bct drugs, properly co m b 1 n e d, are eued in my prep arations. In Ichr than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly Ml day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparations reapondu readily to my UKOWKK. The I-'RKMHINU OIL Riven a fine lo and I nearly 8mokelona. UKU those preparation and you will catch thla smile. Telvet Itrown Kh Oram $1.10 Velvet Itrown Hulr (Jrower J&i TeWet Itrown I'restdnir Oil J12 TeNet Hrown Temple (irower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal eomn.ln ion. Information given and or ders filled by DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS, M. I), I. I. S. SUITE 102 PYTHIAN TEMPLE, DALLAS, TEXAS. vices were held yesterday afternoon from the parlors of Funeral Director Perry on Seventh avenue. The ser mon was delivered by the Rev. Win. H. Drooks of the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. Interment was made In Mt. Olivet Cemetery, K I. Counsellor CoBey was a native ol the West Indian Islands. He was for several years a resident of Jersey City and early Identified himself with the Republican party and became one of ttie race leaders with a large following. For some time he held the position in the Hudson Count: Penitentiary. After having taken up the practice of law he removed tn Newark, where he built up a large and remunerative practice, contin uing h's activity In local and state politics. For the last few years he has resided in New York, where he made many friends, who sincerely mourn h'is loss. Negro natives of the north or of long residence here. "Jn your opinion, can anything be done in your state to stop this move ment, and should it he done, and I how? ! "Any assistance that you can give j us in arr.ving at a clear conception of the situation will be appreciated. Cordially yours, "HARRY K. .MOSS, "General Secretary Nebraska Cham ber of Commerce." CUADALIPE (OLLEliE NOTES. Soguln, Texas, April 7. Dr. and Mrs. Aiken and the Quartette spent four days n Austin. They sang at a number of Colored and white churches, also at the Ciilxersity ol Texas. By request they win lvtnn to Austin soon to fill oilier engage ments. Mrs. Washington and her players spent an evening at Elm and JCIon Hill in the interest or the cam paign. M'iss Fold's class entertained the friends and students on Friday evening In the chapel with a drama. Mrs. Shultz npent Sunday in Lullng. The students worshipped at Second Baptist Church on Easter Sunday. We mourn the loss of two friend: bv death: Mr. J. A. 0 rumbles of San Anlonlo. and Mrs. R. A. Sheffield. who waa a member of the Board e Trustees of the Collcpe M'isslonai Training School. Visitors this Week: Heir. C. H. Johnson, Gonzales; Mr. M. C. Judson. a trustee of the estate of the late Mr. George W. Bracken ridge, our true friend and benefactor TEXAS RELEASED FROM SHEEP SCAIt QUARANTINE. A new quarantine order Issued by the United States Department oi Agriculture releases the entire State of Texas from quaranl'ine for sheep cables. The order becomes effect ive April 15, 1921. Texas counties which until rcently have been sub ject to quarantine regulations and which are now released are: Concho, Crockett. Edwards, Kimble, Menard,, Pocos. Schleicher, Sutton, Terrell, Tom Green, and Valverdo. According to veterinarians in the Bureau of Animal Industry there are a number of cases of sheep scab still existing In Texas, but the disease in so well under control that a con tinuance of the quarantine in the "lione Star State" is considered no longer necessary. According to the now order promulgated by the depart ment, Uie following areas of the Un'ited States are still under quar antine. California: Mendocino. Sonoma, San Joaquin. Stanislaus, Fresno, Merced. Madera, Tularo, Kings, and Kern counties, and the Island of San Clc mente. Iiousiana: The parishes of Allen, Boauregard, and Vernon. Sheep may be shipped, transported or otherwise moved from the qua antine areas to any othrr part of the country only, in accordance with the regulations of tbo Secretary of Agri culture for tho prevention of the spread of scabies in sheen. WHITE PARAMOUR HORSEWHIPS A(iEI) PRINCIPAL OP A EURO SCHOOL. Assistant Teaeber Driven From State. Lulu, Miss., Airil 7. Henry Holmes Negro school teacher, narrowly es caped with his life, by the assistance of i friendly white moonshiner, who when he found him in the woods fer rVod him across the Mississippi, where be escaped into Arkansas. Holmes told the moonshiner that he was try ing to reach his wife on the other side, who was laying at the point of death. The trouble started near Lulu, when Holmes and the Negro prin ipal of the schools attempted to expell a e-.'ventcen-ycar-old mulatto girl, Hat tie Morris. At a neighborhood meet ing held ,it had been decided that the conduct of Hattlo Morris with the son of one of the whlto planters. Wal ton White, was of such nature that the parents felt to permit her long er to attend school with their child ren, was demoralizing and an out Tage. Tho white planter's son was In a rage when he heard that his sweet heart had been expelled from the school. He proceeded to the school house and informed the principal. W. T. Bowman, and a man of 50 years of age, that llatlle was as good an any "NIGGER IN THE COMMUNITY.", He said he, personal ly, did not care about any "nigger" and he would see that tho girl attended school. That night old man B wman was taken out and whipped. The mob. lod by the Irate Wilson, then started in search of Holmes; of course, fall ing to find him. Holmes I married and has four children. Old man Bow man has lived in the neighborhood for many years. He went that even ing to see some of the BEST WH7TE FOIJCS in 'the neighborhood in an attempt to secure protection, but all infused to assist. Wnlt-r White Is known among the Negroes of this net ion as a mob leader. He and his father are recent arrivals in the com muni' r, coming from somewhere up the hills of Mississippi, near Edwards. COJFT DIES WIT IT STRANGERS OUT IS LAUDED IN DEATH. Now York. N. Y.. April 7. Friends nd Acquaintances of Alfred B. Coey. the lawyer, were greatly surprised when they learned of his death, which occurred the evening previous at 318 W-est l.lOiii street, after a week's llirw of pneumonia. Funeral ser- EAST KNOXVIM.E AND Mi l II IN. KSVILLE SITES MENTIONED FOR PARKS. Knoxvllle, Tcnn., April 7, At the regular meeting of the city commis sion on Tuesday morning Commis sioner Nathan B. Kiihlman offered n motion that City Attorney Hoy H Heeler prepare an ordinance au thorizing tho continuance and sale in bonds for the purchase and equip ment of parks and playgrounds for the Negroes of Knoxvllle. The mo tion passed without a dissenting vote This action of the commissioners means that the long felt need fw parks and playgrounds where Negro boys and girls may have advantage of the same, will be supplied. The bill authorizing the comm-'sslnn to levy a tax for the purpose of secur ing the funds was passed as a former session of the legislature. The amount to bo expended for the purchase of parks and play grounds will mean that two alter will lie purchased and while no -selections have been definitely made il Is understood that one of the parks will lie chosen from the East Knox vllle side where a majority of the Colored people live and the other from the Mechiinicsvllle section. Nu merous committees and individuals have visited the commission with on Idea of offeilm; suggestions as to the location, but the mutter of se lecting sites will be carefully con sidered Willi a view of offer inir tin cn.itcst advantage possible. THE FMOI'S CO-DISCOVEHER Ol NORTH POLE WITH PEARY II VS Shi 1.1. ALMOST CRUSHED ltY KOPISEK WHO ESCAPES FROM CROWD. New York, N. Y., April 7. Matthew Henson, the companion of Commander Robert E. Peary on all of his Artie trips, and who shares the glory with the late discoverer of finding the North Polo, was beaten unconscious by a thug with a blackjack last Sat urday evening at 10 p. m. at 135th street and Lenox avenue in front of Public School 8!). Blinded by the blow and bleeding from ears and mouth, the Intrepid explorer who had braved ail dangers of the Artie nevertheless grappled with the des perate thug, who sought to rob him as they struggled. A crowd gathered but evidently thinking It only a list tight they let the now frightened criminal get up and escape before tho arrival of the police on the op posite corner. Mr. Henson waa car ried to the Harlem Hospital, where it was first feared he had a fractured skull. He later regained conscious ness, mado bis identity known and was taken home to !I0 Grant avenue Bronx. The extent of his 'njuries have not yet been completely ascer tained, but ho is thought to be slowly convalescing. Mr. Henson liiiR been given a life position In the customs service. PLEDGES DELEGATION HIS AID FOR PENNSYLVANIA HILL TO REMOVE DISCR1MIN AT 10 N. Washington, April 7. Negroes are entitled to equal commercial and po litical rights with white people, Sen ator Penroso declared. He verged on the point of favoring social equal ity, but fell, short of the flat asser tion. He persisted that all other privileges should bo placed on the basis of absolute equalitv. "I see no reason,"' said Penrose. "why the Colored man or Colored wo man should not be able to obtain n cup of coffee at Child's If they want to, or for that matter go to the hotels, cafes, restaurants or other public places frequented by white persons. "The time has long since passed when tho're shoutd be any discrimi nation or repression toward our Col ored citizens. They are entitled te their rlgiits as citizens under the Constitution. They are free men un der the Constitution, and I believe they are entitled to full commercial and political freedom of action, es pecially in regard to pugllc accom modations and utilities. "I am glad to be ablo to use what influence I possess at Harrislmrg whore a bill Is pending to give equal rights of the Negro race, to secure the passage of tho measure, which has been hanging firo too long. It should be passed. I am glad to as sist the men and women of the Col ored race to remove the inequality and discrimination to which they are now subjected." These sentiments he expressed to a delegation of Colored men who oim hero from Philadelphia to urge his assistance in obtaining the pass ago of the Pennsylvania measure. Introduced by Representative Asbnry. a Negro member of the legislature. WEST IS WORRIED RY PROBLEM. NEGRO Ask Georgia Help to Relieve Con ditions of Unemployment. Dublin, Ca., April 7. An expression has come to Dublin from the west that It does not know how to handle tho Negro problem which has been forced upon it by tho exodus of southern Negroes, to mills and fac tories in the west and nortu. Evi dently tht se sections want the south to take back its Negroes, and take them back quickly. The Information came In a letter to the secretary of the chamber of commerce at Dublin a few days ago, and contain- some very Interesting statements. It fol lows: "Omaha, Neb., Afarch 15. If)21. Mr. N. G. Barddett. Secretary Chamber Commerce, Dublin. Ga Dear Mr. Bnrlett: We are writing you for ad vice and Information. In these days of our riorthern cities is being com of our northern cities Is being com plicated bv the influx of southern Negroes. They arc unr.ble to find em ployment; they do uot mix well wUh 1 D. C. SUPREME COURT DECIDES AGAINST SEGREGATION. spend the night She slept like a baby all night, but evidently was afraid to go back to the house, for she sent her mother on an improvised errand to her home, where she found Abe dead in a great pool of blood. Her shrieks of terror soon brought a crowd to view the gruesome sight. Mrs. Hill's threats were remembered and upon being taxed with the crime, she confessed, and the Bheriff went at once and placed her In jail at Greensboro. COLORED (Continued from page 1.) SO IT HE A SI LEVI. IE CRN OKGINIZED. ren.mmnhle, not duly proimilnteri by tin- ImihicI nf directors, and nut dully filed with the Inter-state Commerce '"ininiHsiHlon. The railway company was represent I by Attorneys Llttlepngo and'Tolll- ver. A former Senator of Mnrylund ap peared as a witness for tho railway and testlfed that there was a public sentiment In Maryland In favor of the Hi'KreKatlon of white and Colored pan- nenm-i-H. He also tenured that Mary land appeared as a witness for the railway und testified ti..;t there was a public sentiment In MaryTand in rav- of the segregation or whito and Colored paflsenirers. He also testified that the Maryland Jim-crow law was in force when llrooka and Waller were evicted. lleeause of the far-reaching effect of Hie decision and Its Importance from the standpoint of constitutional law. the case may be carried to the l-'ederal Supreme Court. The effect of the decision la this: Tiw Stale Jim-crow ln-es arc valid. If valid at all, only In the State enact ing such law, and in such State only as applied to transportation entirely within the confines of such State. If a Colored passenger buys a ticket in a Jim-crow State for transportation to a city outside such State, he cannot bo Mcurcu-ated under such State law. .lUewise, if a Colored passenger buys In another State lor trann- into or through a Jlm-crow cannot ho segregated while la such Jim-crow State. It' he buys a ticket In one jlin-ci-ow Slate for transportation Into or through another Jim-ci-ow State, he cannot be segn gated under any State iim-erow law. Another highly Important phase of th.- decision is that the tact that the inlet-state passenger Is traveling en a local train between two points wholly- within a Jim-ciow Slate is imma-lei-ial. and that even on such a Jour nev on a local train a Colored passen ger cannot be segregated under any Stale Jim-crow law. This vorv phase was presented in I :i.ioks-Wallet- case, lu-ooks and Wal ler wen- traveling from Annapolis, Md to the liislricl. The train I ruin whic h they were evicted at Best (Jute. Md opetaled between A 11 11M l 1 1 M lllld l.aitimore. two points wholly within the Slale of Maryland. At an Inter mediate point namely. Naval Acade my .1 unction they were to chani,c cars und take a through train to Wu- '"hecanse of the fact that they were on a local train, the railway company s attorneys contended that such part of their Journey was intrastate trans portation. SECRETARY MELLON ORDERS JIM CROW SIGNS DOWN. (Continued from page 1.) ticket portatlon Slate, he traveling Moreover. Atlanta, Ga.. Api'il 7. The Colored Southeastern League a professional baseball organization, was organized here at a meeting of representative of Albany, Atlanta, Macon and Bruns wick, Ga., .Montgomery, Ala., and Greenville, S. C. The organization which expects tc take in two more ciC.es, possibly Jacksonville and Savannah, decided on a monthly salary limit of $1500. player limit of fourteen and playing schedule of 126 games. A committee was appointed to draw up the sched ule. C. H. McCarthy of Albany was elected preseident of the new league wMch takes in several cities which were in the Colored Southern League prior to its reorganization. SHAW MXSIC STUDIO Is now open at li Phone Haskel SOTO. Shaw, Directress. 17 Hull Street. Miss llatlle A. 10-30-tf. tearse of certain clerks who formally marched before the Secretary to an nounce that It would be Impossible for them to serve In the department with a Colored American as chief, did not move, the secretary. His response was brief and to the point: "This desk of mine,'" he said "Is large enough to bold all the resignations of those who do not wish to work." Kvcrrliiry lrlltn Lays l)"n I. aw. Secretary of the Treasury Mellon, during a recent tour of one of the de partments under his control, happen ed to cast his eye upon one ot the liolnted Wilson segregation signs. What's this?" asked sharpely. The ,.v..ii.,.i Hiiborilinaie stanimeringly at tempted reply. "Never mind,'1 broke i il,,, Secretary. "Take It down at once, ami 1 never want to any thing like it again. This is a uovern inent of all the people, without scgie- Sec'retary of Agriculture Wallace Secretary of Commerce Hoover will be i tui t., b,. "Johnny on the spot, in the matter of upholding the new ideals of fair play. ILLEGED III Hti I. Alt TURNS OUT TO HE WHITE MAN. Craddock, Va,, April 7 When the wish is father to the thoughts in cident of the following nature will very likely occur. It happened in this city recently that a man arrested on a charge of burglary was reported in thn white dailies to be a Negro. The man arrested however one Mar shall Askew by name and instead ol proving to be a Negro It was learned thut tho alleged criminal 4s a white man. Askew was charged with the rob bery of a store in Craddock in Jan uary. No arrest had been made ii tho case because there was no officer to titke the suspect ir.to custody, al though several witnesses were de clared to have said they saw Askew, with another man, committing the robbery. WHITES LYNCH MAN FOR KILL ING COLORED WOMAN. Hattdesburg, Miss., April 7. Re ports reaching here from Walthall County concerning the .lynching of Arthur Jennings by white men in revengo for the murder of a Colored woman are arousing much comment. People of this section are unable to Interpret the motives of the lynch ers if the report is true. Was it be cause some clandestine relation of tho woman to one of the lynchers? Was It mere bloodtlilrstiness on the part of tho lynchers? Or was it be cause the South is forsaking her old policy of protecting white womanhood and has gone to protecting all wo manhood? The question will probably remain unanswered. The jailer is said to have been overpowered and his keys taken from him. Jennings' body wa.s found ha. us ing from a tree next morning, DETAILS OF CRI'ESOME MURDER RK DISCLOSED RY WOMAN'S CONFESSION. Greensboro, Ala., April 7. Mrs. jouiso Hill is in jail here, charged with killing her husband, Abe Hill. Friday niht. The crime with which Mrs. Hill is charged is a peculiar fiendish one, the man being stabbed in the nek, or throat, with a knife, nnd left to sufferal one for hours be fore death brought him release from his sufferings. Mrs. Hill had been Jealous for some time and warned her husband that sno intended to kill him if he did not stop his attentions to n certain girl. Friday night she heard he had again goic With the girl so she is said to have sharpened a carving knife to a razor like keen ness and quitely awaited her hus band's home ooming As Bom as be entered the door. die struck at him with the knife, and the man fell to the floor, where she left him. calmly locking :p the house und going over to her mother's to m:.uo ciiii.miHN' wot ixci.i drd 1 . i ! . a T i . ; i it or; n a m . (Py A. N. P.) Macon. On., April 7. There will be distributed to the school children in Macon tomorrow G. 200 rose plants, making a total of S.OeO tbat have been distributed during the last two weeks in the campaign that ts now under way .to make Macon the Hose City of the South. Tin' plants nre being given under the dli tloti of the l'arcnt-Tcachcr As soelatlnn. Macon was renctly chosen as the demonstration city for the Am erican Itosc Society, which will es tablish experimental Hardens here. A big flower show Is to be held In the coming fall. 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