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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEJAS, 8ATCTWAY, JTCLY 28, 1921. PAOK 8ETEH. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. A. Powell, of Rison, Ark., ar rived In the city Thursday and la the guest of bis daughter, Mrs. Marie Hart, 2604 Swiss Avenue. He Is also the uncle of Mr. D. F- Powell of this city. MISS McGEE MAKES DEBUT IN SOCIETY. Miss Pearl McGee, the charming daughter of Mrs. M. McGee and sis ter of Mrs. Edith Lee, 2800 Thomas Ave., made her Initial bow in society Wednesday night, July 20. Miss McGee was accompanied by her mother, Mr. Page of New York, Misses Thelma and Ethel McCall, L'sther and Ethel Boswell, Mrs. Iluth , Mason-Ward, Messrs. Alfred Martin, Alfred Hawkins, A. W. Hrasher, Chester Carson and H. Thompson. The young ladles were very beau tifully gowned. The young men were all neatly' dressed. Dancing and card playing on the lown were the special features of Uie evening. 'Every one present enjoyed a pleas, unt evening. A delicious punch, was served. This was one of the most fascina ting social affairs ever given In Dallas. BYSTERBACH IG HARV THE BIGGEST N EVER ATTEMPTED HARVEST SALE Silk Dresses IX)OK L PRICE Our entire stock of Silk Dresses are now at the lowest possible price. All the newest styles and all the prettiest of the season's new colorings. Now is the time for which you have been waiting. $25.00 Dresse now S12.45 930.00 Dresses now $14.85 $40.00 Dresses now $10.85 1 NOW ON I1 I I I . - .I.I.I I I ' II I I I THOUSANDS OF BIG BARGAINS $10.00 Harvest Sale Wash Dresses $1.98 nig lot of White Voile Dresses, embroi dered, lace and tucked styles. These we juHt picked up from an overstocked man ufacturer. All sizes, from 15 to 46. Values $10.00. To close quick for Har vest Sale, choice $1.98 Organdy and Dotted Swiss Dresses that are values up to $20.00 $3.05 Towards to $9.9! BIG HOUSEHOLD BARGAINS Never before have we been able to offer such remarkable values as these. CUP TOWELS A good size and the price is cheap Sale price 7 HUCK TOWELS Size 16x30 Inches. Red orders. A 20c value at, Sale price .9 HICK TOWELS Size 17x34. A towel that has sold for 25c Harvest Sale price, each 13 BATH TOWELS Double thread, colored borders, good size. 40c value, Sale price 23d TABLE DAMASK Satin finish, floiaj and spotted designs. Has been 11.00, Sale price, yard i-59 SATIN FINISH BLEACHED DAMASK 72 Inches wide. Has sold for $1.50, Sale price .'. "89 HARVEST SALE Men's Suits They are cut to the lowest possible fig. ures. Better buy one right now as they will never be lower. $25.0O Suits now $16 65 $30.00 Suits now $19.85 $35.00 KuitH now $-10.00 Suits now $45.00 Suits now $50.00 Suits now $23.35 S26.65 $29.75 $32.95 joixs nkuro ciirncii, asked to i;it TOWN. Pechord, Tenn., July 12. An unus iml occurence involving a racial, so clnl and rellcrious complication has ! been revealed in the removal from ROSK IJAPT1ST CHIRCH WILL W recently 'eanie here to live. Re liable report has It that Mr. Newton was requested to move elsewhere, as I tie result of action taken to that ef- n nr Ci H Winn, nastor Mt. ttt a .meeting- of the mayor and ; , , ,j.,,eltv council. RKV. G. II. WINN, PASTOR MT. PRKACH. Rose Baptist church, corner Crowdus and Runnels streets, will preach Sunday at 3 o'clock and Sunday night. The Reverend Is at present attending the St. John's encampment at Austin, Texas. The membership and public at large are requested to be present to both services. Publi city Committee: B. Mayfield. Frof. . W. Williams. THIS RKADKR RRALLY HAS THE "EXPRESS" HABIT. Stephenvllle, Texas, July 21, 1921. Dallas Express, Dear paper. It was a delightful pleasure for me to receive you Frl. day and will you kindly tell our Editor to give us a write.up this , week. I am sure the little boy will send a report. He is bo willing. We Newark. N. J. Julv 21. (Special) New Jersey Colored Republicans have D-itnp on record of endorslne only such have to do little things for our 1 candidates for public office who prove The Incident leading up to the situa tion In question came about as the i exult of the head of the Newton family becoming interested In , a re vival meeting beinK held In the Naza rcne church, a Negro congregation, and In his being baptized eventually by Immersion by the Colored parson of that church. It Is presumed the decision of the reported, was due merely to the fact that the example of inter-racial com mingling as practical in the unusual mayor and city council, If correctly case was deemed likely to lead to un desirable possibilities. The Newtons left town without ex pressing any resistance or complaint. ln to property support the President. All political hypocrisy must be ex posed and denounced.'' Mrs. 11. J. Davis of Atlanta, Ga., was a visitor. CU V. Mil O.ITACK 1XHTOII nNCACFS TWO nWICKKM I. DI'.M'IOH AT10 IIA'l'TMi AT WVMH AVK. HO.MH. JACK JOIIXKOV WARMLY KKCKIV bin IX CHICAGO. "LET'S TAIJv IXSIRANCH COI.OIIKI) HKI-1 Hl.IC ANS OK- N. J., WILL, BACK URAL FRIENDS ONLY". ' (A. N. P.) young people to encourage them at some times. I thank you kindly ior your kindness. I have been a read er for about 18 years in fact I think my mother taught me to read It before I went to school I love It because It Is our own paper. You may never read thlB, but never theless. I have written It. Yours as ever, ERIE FRANCIS, . , P. O. Box 327, Stephenville, Texas,. IlLACK IMfiMTARY IS RXPEHT 1JW IKIHSK Jl IHilXi. (By A. N. P.) I,ondnn, England, July 21. The Emir of Katalnu. a black dignitary from Nigeria in Africa, picked two of the winners at I.tngfleld last Wednesday bv merely glancing at the horses. It was the first race meeting he and his suite had attended, but he is an expert horseman and his advice wfls much sought by less skilled colonial office ollicials, who are piloting him about London. Ho had an audience with King George and was deeply im pressed, taking the King's hand In both of his own, and with a caress ing gesture. Ho witnessed a polo mulch at Hurllnirham this afternoon and the Russian ballet. Two of his wives accompanied hlin to the ballet. They sat In a separate screened box. This was the first public appearance of the wives. themselves true friends of the people. and they will accept no political fa vors from their United States Sena tors until after such a time as the Senators rescind from the endorse ment of a candidate for office who was recommended for office without the state organization endorsement These facts were brought out In the monthly meeting of' the Colored Republican State Committee, of which Isaac H. Nutter of Atlantic City is chairman. There was an election of officers at the meeting at which Mr. Nutter was re-elected unanimously. The state committee is an organiza tion which meets once each month in a principal city of the state, repre sentatives being present from every county of the state where Colored people reside. There was a remarkable spirit of political independence prevalent in the meeting, and the delegates went on record of opposing any policy of the Harding Administration that refuses to appoint Colored people In the South, or deny the citizens of that section protection and equal rights under the law. One of the speakers at the gather ing was Nahiim Panicl Praseher, of Chicago, Editor In Chief of The As xociated Negro Press. Mr. llraschcr has been In" Washington for four months where he has studied closely the pro gress of the new administration. He declared: "There can be no doubt about the slncerelty of purpose of President Harding. He Is being badly advised In some quarters, however, and unfairly supported in others. Not all opposition is from southern Demo crats. There are some northern Re publicans In Congress who are fail- iiaiMiiiitnitaiMiiiiiiiiiniiriMitiiMC3itMiiiiiiiioitMiiiMMicaiinniMiiiciieMniiMtiE3iHiiMiiiiicaiMiiuMMtniiiiiiiiiific3iMii tainit-F' HiiiiunaiiHiiniinaHiiiiiiiuiaiiMiiMiiiic3iiiMiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiitiatiHiiiMiiiDiiiiiiiiMiiaiiiiiiiiiiMaiiMiiitiiiBiiiiiiifvuii.iiiiiiii uiiiwiioiiiiiiiiiiiidiiih GRAND CENTRAL EATRE Baa fill ago s S S t Bag " 3 V ' r i2 v. ' f Y 1 r tr1 y is, wk i? w a ALWAYS BETTER PICTURES JOHN HARIS, Manager. Tues. & Wed., July 26-27, The Sport ofthe Cods With an all &:ar Col ored Cast. Prices: Adults, 25c; Children, 15 c. Pittsburgh, Pa., Last Wednesday when officers Kccles and Plnckney Colored, city policemen attempted to make an arrest at 1304 Wylle Ave nue a tragedy similar to that recently enacted in Atlantic City, when a voo doo doctor stood off with his trusty revolver a large force of policemen and sharpshooters until shot down in a second story room of his abode where he had taken refuge. Pittsburgh's miscreant was the ."Ueverend" K. C. Morrison of Boston and Philadelphia who upon the al- leged invitation or l(ev. Kedrlck re puted pastor of the Holy Hollers de nomination came here to hold a se ries of meetings for that cult. When the officers went to the Wylie Avenue address to place the "Rev erend" under arrest on the charge of being a fake healer, unlawful deten tion of a young woman and indig nities to the person, he was found "armed'' and ready for battle. Dis daining to use his . shooting iron, if Indeed he had one, the Holy Roller dignitary grabbed a bottle containing n linuid of his nrlvate stock decoc tion which he affectionately called i thank you." (A. N. P.) Chicago, 111., July 21. Jack John son has come to town. He was feted , and applauded by the fellows in the streets and public places and then he ( took u fast train for the effete Kast. ': His stay here was short and some what sweet. 'He reached town short- : ly before noontime last Thursday. Two brass bands and a huge multitude . greeted his arrival. . He was escorted by the howling crowds to his home In Grand Uoulcvard and from there , was carried to the Klghth Regiment1 armory -In Forest Avenue where more, people gave hlin a noisy welcome. ; Speech making and a vaudeville pro- JT gram were the order of the occasion, j )M The smlline- ex-chamn on was then whisked away to the brenmiand Cafe : agents can earn big money, wnere, mere was mure nauusnuKirits j r und much noise. iXX In a response to the repeated calls J for a sneech "Jack'' responded by i A suying: 1 am reaay 10 nuiKe a oia for the honor I was compelled to give Jess Wllliard. am in good shape. As good as ever. I bar nobody. From Demp?ey down, It makes no differ ence to me. I want to fight I be lieve I am as good as any man in the world. Anyway 1 am willing and leady. I will know about what plans I follow when I reach New York. Whatever they are Jack Johnson will give a good account of himself. 1 IXSrUAXCE THAT PROTECTS.1 EM ITGI Biril ffl. We offer you a policy that fully protects you in case of sick. '9 . ness or disability; let us explain to you the the Hospital, Quaren-M tine and Double Indemnity Clauses In our policy. A 11 ' . ........ 1 11. m nmhlllnlld OffAnlfl 1 1 ronrfiBfllt lid T ,i VO vv e wuiiL feuim, live, uiiiMiiiuiiu " fi ' " i "" J Call and see us. HOME OFFICE: ROOM 20fl PYTHIAN TEMPLE BUILDING, PHOXK Y 4007. We pay for the number of days the Insured Is confined to bed.,2 MM RAID ItKIOKIXi "HOP (A. N. P.) Meniplils. Tenn., July 21.--Falrly recking with filth and Inhabited by drug addicts who long ago lost count of their appearances at police head quarters, an alleged dope Joint waa raided recently by the police. The place, at 241 South Main street, was operated under the guise of a hotel, l'olice of years of experience In Mem phis and other cities who assisted in the raid admitted that they never dreamed conditions such as those un covered could exist in Memphis. Nine poisons were arrested, ail of whom were white. , ' CLASSIFIED "ADS." John, the Conauerer" and cracked officer Eccles over the head inflicting a vash about two Inches long. The officers closed In on their aged quar ry and a rough and tumble fight en sued. The "Reverend" evidently stim ulated and strengthened by his mys terious libation gave the police one of the hardest battles of their young lives. After giving an expert exhi bition of rolling about the floor to escape the grasp of officers Eccles and Plnckney, the aged exponent of the Holy Roller tribe was finally placed in a cell In Central Station. At the hearing last Wednesday be fore Magistrate A. O. Richards in Morals court, this tartar of a preach er breathing Imprecations against the arresting officers suddenly darted out of the prisoner's dock and pasted officer Pinckney a stinging blow In the solar plexus neigborhood. Seizing Morrison, Plnckney quickly subdued him before he could Inflict any fur ther damage.' At this juncture the court was in commotion and Mlgis trate Richards was forced to Inter vene to restore order that the trial miirht proceed. William Coll, who claimed he had been victimized by Morrison was one of the principal witnesses against him. Coll testified that he took treat ment from Morrison, who told him that he was "double crossed" by a pair of frog legs and a bucket of Jarrt. Johnson's speech was heartily re ceived by the great crowd. At the end of the Dreamland meeting John son left for his home where he spent some time with the members of his family. He refused to be interview ed about his plans for the future other than to say that he stands ready to tight Dempsey or any other good man. This was taken to Include Harry Wills, although the ex-cham-plon did not say so. He left Chicago for New York early Saturday morning. WOMKVS FKDKRATIOW CONVENES IN PHOENIX. Mrs. Bessie L. Allen, Mrs. ! P. POLITICS AS SEEN HY A WORLD . CORRESPONDENT. OSv A. N. P.) Washington. D. C, July 21. 1-ouls Seibold. the Washington political cor- (A. N. P.) roenlx, Ariz. July 21. Delegates and friends who will attend the conven tion of the Northwestern Federation C. W. C. .here. July 18-21 Inclusive Mrs. Eli Roberts. and later. The California state meet- weprasKa airs. Kentucky. U H. liato. Minnesota Mrs. Laura Mrs. A. W. Jordan. Missouri Mrs. Lillian Booker, Mrs. riealrlce Hudlln Grady. North Dakota Mrs. George Cole man Two rooms for rent-Apply. 814 (Vulval Avenue.' 7-23-lt. Mailt-!! Music Instructor fori Brays Band of 25 students. ' Will pay well Would like to know the whereabouts of J- H. Haywood. Write K. I'.KRBY, CD.y S. Hudson, AltiiM, Oklahoma. Colby. J 7-23-lt. lost on Akard cap, black and white silk Ivory handle parasol. R ward. Mrs. L. A. Carpenter. 717 South Dakota Mrs. Henry 8. Smith, Leonard street. X. 3744. Julia B. Hudlln, I inn- of r",,lnrort women t Fresno will Mrs. Alda Holmes. Mrs. Fanny Young, I. leave Chicago from points East and Mrs. Lenora Gray, Mrs. Sellers John- North, Joining the Illinois delegates son. They will travel over tne rock island ines on the Golden Gate limited. WANTED. reBDundont of the Now York World. sent the following diapauh to The World: iuviiiiit'i b - in me nviiiiuiitnn nn- i T. Anions: the prominent women who have listed for the trip are Mewdames . r vknv w vuniiTa iv Ve-':JAen.'?.?ntu''' Cirri. JACK JOHJ5Sl Sk"'" .a . 1 1 1 n. i (i u (i ,v ul uhi y, amy . i in. rv Mason of Minnesota; Carrie L. Ham ilton, Lillian Harlow, Geraldlne With ers, Myra Hunter Reeves. Fanny Tur ner, Hattle Geiger and Joan-Snowden-Porter of Illinois. Governors have appointed represent atives rrom states, as iomows: I Arizona Mrs. Carrie Hendricks, Mrs. Jessie James. Colorado Mrs. Gertie N. Ross. Idaho Mrs. H. St. Clair, Mrs. J. E. I Iroirnn Mr. V. TV ConsdV Mm . ' . -n-- ttuuw , O. S. Thomas. Mrs. Katherlne Gray. I ed with whom to close money- making contracts. Elf.! COLUMBIAN FRATERNAL ASSN. roll crawd. of Washington, I. C. y I Zelos D. Warren, State Managing mv an P 'Organizer, 425 Nevada Street,- San Kansas City. Mo., July 21. Jack "ul""'ui mune r. ojoj, , . trying to placate the Colored brother, I .J." Mr. r,..k.nR who T.88 been made, the "B1at" of the ' tolP.' Ml"i,.?ln"rS SLaL'.anvr.. At- Hardlng Administration. Secretary Miller of the Committee in a letter to Kahum I. Itrascher, Editor of the Associated Negro Press, is attempting to convince the Colored voters of the country that the lopping oft of twe three delegates of . southern stat " OO ,.'!. a. I IV. 11 111 kill. unveil.. I A1 I In that section ' w Kansas Mrs. J. S. Perry. Mrs. A. F. Vanhock, Mrs. Clarence Hardy. Johnson, one time world's heavweight pugilistic champion was billed to box six rounds with one Mike Gar- ver, following an exhibition featur NOTICE. The Golden Chain of th World Inir' feats of strength, hag punching S. R. Johnson Clrclp Nn 11? mil and rope skipping at Billion Bubble not meet, but once a month' th Park. Kansas City. Kansas, last Tues- f,. . . "l . "c J?n-. tne day night, it was to De jacK'S rirsi appearance In the squared circle since his release from prison last week. It was estimated less than 100 persona witnessed the exhibition. "e ; t. JoaigfeiOtcg ...... . . r( the ( o oreel vot,rs lo-ese. "'''" """ l0f the country who vnanlmous y vot- i W S the doctor-preacher' charging that, d , Hal.nlrf t)ckcvt. hl he pmchased a piece of c ton call. d . p,rther than this Senfttor CaIder ls lM he " nek hand for J12. 1 wai tdd credited with camouflaging the oppo-'w that It would bring me lnok. money ,,, , , ilmii,..,i , ' Jho - und nn affinity. Reese said but de clnred that he had bad experience only and the tougest kind of luck since. PRESIDENT WRIGHT LEAVES M-IIOOI. TO TAKE VP HA.MinVG. (By A. N. P.), Philadelphia, Pa., July 21. President R. R. Wright, Sr., of the Georgia State Industrial College, Savannah, Ga., resigned on the 15th of June, af ter having served this institution for thirty years. He was its founder und first president and built the in stitution up from 8 students to where it has over five hundred students from one department to where It has ten departments and made it one of the most influential institutions for the education of Colored people in the country. -lr. Wright leaves Georgia and has moved to this city where he is to be come President of the Citizens and Southern Hanking Co. of which he al so one of the founders. He is organ izing the largest Trust Co.. among Negroes in the north, being capital ized at $500.0(10 and is going to de vote the balance of his life to or-n.-inizlng the financial resources of his people. cHt IIIIA EJECT FA VATIC .RELIGIONISTS. Colored voters by predicting the ere atlon or a new revenue uisinct in New York and that Charles W. Ander- i son, one of the most progressive Colo- ed men of the country, is to be nom- i inated for it. In the mean time the existing dls-' trlet will be given to Frank Dowers, a) white Republican district leader in i .vi h n hat nin. t ne uoiorea itaaers or uiea country, who assert that the Colored HH race Is entitled to recognition in theiM! appointment of Anderson, have frank- A l THE AMUSEMENT HOME OP THE' COLORED FOLK JOE TRAMMKLL, Mgr. third Tuesday in each month. MISS V. J. STEWARD, Sec'y. 7.9-2t ivy.,i o yj tMJir)wmjt ""alder is not friendly to the Colored i W T race i K ft The conviction of the Colored lead-! i-ii-i Remember Monday ers that the Harding '-'''" ' yW does not appreciate the value of the:B service rendered by the Colored voters i K is supported by statements that the Administration will not appoint a sin gle Colored man from the South to a Presidential office and will ignore the claim of those in the North who have been endorsed for office. Already the Colored leaders are discussing plans for striking back. One of their first undertakings will be. to eliminate from public life Kas com Slemp, the Republican leader of Virginia, who is held responsible by Colored voters for the curtailment of the number of delegates from South ern states. Another project that the Colored voters will be urged to adopt will be to make combinations with Democratic broups against white Re publican leaders1 who have discrimi nated against them." If SATURDAY; JULY 23RD SPECIAL WESTERN FEATURE ATTRACTION TOM MIX In -"HELL' ROARING' REFORM" A rip.snorting story of the western plains Saturday only. -The sensation ot all times j-.n-xu uita. 11 SUNDAY. JULY 24TH h U Art Acord, the whirlwind cowboy, actor in his latest serial pro. pi "THE WHITE HORSEMAN" jjjMOXIAV "LYING LIPS" the picture supreme. liMON. and TUES., JULY 25TH and 26TH "an tea lo.uun members of our race to know that California,, the land of free opportunity and civil Justice welcomes you. Start at once, send for our little booklet on where to live in California, class of work and opportunity, send 60 cents and this booklet will be sent you. Don't come blindfolded,, know the facts, where to live, where to buy a home, where to work, how to get work, how to secure rooms, in fact this little booklet will be . worth 20 times its cost to you, send today 60 cents. We pay the postage. Pub. licity department, Bookertee Invest ment Co., Bookertee Bldg, 1718 W. Jefferson street, Los Angeles, (A. N. P.) Cape Town, Africa. July 21. A nar' tive religious sect which calls Itself the "Israelites." under a "prophet" named Enoch, who refused to evac uate Government land at Rulhoek, near Queenstown. Cape Colony, has been forcibly ejected, losing 171 killed and l2h wounded In mounted Cane police. for help or some years the uovernmenti turn or ( ITI7.EXS OK Tl I.SA ,EEI) HELP AS WIVrER APPROACHES. (A. N. P.) Tulsa. Ok la.. July 21, (Special) S. 1. Hooker, Chairman of the Colored citizens' relief committee has lust 1s- flirht with i sued an nnr.cn to the general public n Its won; to Dring a re- normal living conditions,! SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY M Thos. H. Ince presents his great drama of life and love "LYING UPS" if Oh, the light that lids in Woman's Eyes and lies and lies. Mfi The cinema SPECTACLE, this picture will have all Dallasy talking. if "LYING LIPS" II Always the woman, (hat's the cry of the world. Always the Woman! mm From dawn in dimk. throueh beckonlne valleys of romance, S, to the final hour of mortal judgment, woman Is placed on THEy M11S. L. A. BRADLEY. Registered Hoencer Corsetlere. Why 'not preserve the youthful grace of jrour figure by letting an expert design a special model far your particular needs. A Spencer Corset will guarantee to you 8TYLH that ls charmingly Irresistible along with comfort that la incomparable. Phone X 6768 for special fittings in the privacy of your home, or call at 2313 Flora Street. 9-4-62t PROFESSIONAL. iilhnH nnrmitteri the "Ismel 1 1 " to celp- I n tiinnc- Colored neolMi- n this clt V. i f f t A ITPTin V TIIOPK tn llonr thp burdens ClI deHtinV (leHSneQ OF lueui.l ESS brute "Passover" on a common, but fhousnnrls of the people are now liv- Wyrnlnd of man. POSITIVELY THE GREATEST PRODUCTION OFA ana each year a growing number of pil- Ing In tents and in such, o ther im- j 4 "'' " tf ,.:,.. vl, T,TO.,V n'I V WITH M ATIM-'e! ffi Sss grims remained behind on what they nrovlsed homes as can be given them , f f YEARS MOMA AMI 1 1 EMA " . 1 2 called "holv ground. ' until a village by the local Colored committee. Unfor- ' f(f, STARTING I'ROMPTLV AT 2 P. M. PRU ES REMAIN THE fiAMB.tiu S of some 350 huts had sprung up. The Innately, the Colored have been left, , 'y TK)'T MISS "LY1XO LIPS." The picture you'll never fOiyet! Eon sect forbade anybody to enter the to tiu'ir own resources despite the l:V""-" ."-- uii.m ' " village. . r to recognize any authority I general plan for relief. Therefore, the A ana DDOj Lao 599 111 lis s s Sag 53 So a. CD" E S Friday and Saturday, July 29-30, "MADONNAS . AND MEN' nan cca BOO pen oca except orders from "Jehovah, the God of Irael," as Interpreted by Kimo.1i the if phet. JX-.OOO IIOIIIIKItV CAITSRS SIIAKF ll UK l'll,LA IMIHTKItH. (A. N. P.) Xew York City, July 21. Nation' wide interest h 'S been aroused in the recent loss of t.i6.000 of Jewelry stol en from a stateroom in which Col. and Mm. William H. Donaldson were travel on- on t he New York, New Haven and Hartford rni'road. Col. Donaldson is the publisher of th- Billboard theatrical magazine of w nich J. A. Jackson Is an associate editor. Col. Donaldson has a nation wide reputation for being a man who believes In a "square deal," and the loss of the Jewelry Is keenly rerrett ed bv friends. The string of grad uated pearls was a gift to his wife many years ago as a wedding pres ent. Col. Donaldson is, also known as a ESS i friend to the "dowi and out,"' or iho'e who have make a mistake, and II In .. e . 1 . ... ,1 .. ..,.,-1 n .,. annlrlna the A'k committee asserts thi't the relief m.M must be imme liate else the winter season will find grea and suffering among our Colored pop- 'A; M ulation. Stoney, food and clothing are reouested hv the committee and same ft A can be sent to S. P. Hooker, the If enairman. at r,asion ami r,ier sireem, , !5 , .. v.. , i-u'r unvntv Tulsa. Oklahoma. Mr. Hooker aid his SiHCOMIMJ A I Ol ST. 1st, MO.MA committee have a.-ked the Colored A 'Ik "S people throughout the country to set. aside riunday, th relief day. The churches and and raise such monies as they can to aid the work among the large num ber of sufferers. c?ngf 1 1 WEDNESDAY, JULY 27TH ,h im THE SERIAL PICTURE SUPREME With a strong supporting program. "INVKIR1 17 RAY" Hi, m i 'SHIPVRECKi;i) AMONU THE CANNIBALS," the greatest pic-Mil 15 th 'SriSv as'i i n tur of lt,s klnd ever n'n''P "SKB THAT OlTH.8KA SHIMMY" gQ call asks all Colored j I M in this production. orgiiiilzatlons to pray y- ' pfffy THURSDAY, JULY 28TH t THE SERIAL PICTURE THRILLrNO if I "THE DIAMOND QUEEN" j and remember MONDAY, ACGtHT tST "SHIPWRECKED A A A DAItlNfJ LKAP HAVKH WOMAH'S 1,1 FK. The Gigantic Masterpiece of the Year (A. N. P.) New? Orleans, La , July 21. Movie cameramen missed an opportunity Sunday night when Miss Ada Davis. 1144 Lnfayetto Street took a leap for life from a rising railroad bridge over the New Hasln Canal at White street. Ada, according to the police, was nonchalantly strolling across the bridge when the bridge tender, not Degan raiding it. ine tne Driage, HAMOMi THE CANNIBALS." You'll never see another picture like it. Our Motto: Service and Comfort" many or tne unnerworia are seesipK . . . . 1 1 lln. I I A 1 I . to neip resiore ioe loon, j.n., .-a.r Mmmy the Trusty" nas marie an open .. lmw.Jn m-.tion of appeal. A reward or , ?f Ada Is said to have sped to the end onere, ioi """'"TTh"-p, ii. rf the span and leaped to the bank Donaldson does r.ot suspect the Pull- . h , T)e )1ce reported she !?" r:m",,",yP";, ""i'.reA"e"i.1.t,h . suffered minor bruises. being Investlgaied. He - thinks It smacks of prod ssional planning. II FRIDAY, JULY 29TH , M II THE GREATEST CROOK SETtIAL EVER MADE. 11 y pl "FAXTOMS" If V J With a stronjr supporting program. fifi ifcOMINO MONDAY, AKilST 1 "SHIPWRECKED AMONG CAN-JJ 'fH 4 NI BA LS." Another knockout registered at the Mammoth. !j R. K Ii. HOLLAND, M. D. Physician and Surgeon . Of lice 1800 Jackson Street Res. 3305 Thomas Avenue ortlce Phone Y-B144 Res. Phone H. 7132 , Office Hours: 8:30 to 10:30 a. m. 3:00 to 5 p. m. Dallas, Texas 6.25-tf A. S. WELLS, ' Attorney a.-.d Councellor at Law 206 Pythian Temple Dallas, Texas. 12-4-521. Dr. B. T. Ilanulton, Physic', ji and Surgeon. Room 215 Pythian "iemple; residence 8308 '1 nomas Are. Phones: Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027; Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; t to 5 p. m.; 7 to 8:80 p. m., Dallas, Texaa 11-8-tt Dr. Lytic Veterinary Surgeonn animals of all kinds. Office at Peo ples Undertaklh Company, 110 N. Pearl street Hottrs from 9 a. m., to 6 p. m. X 126, residence 3928 Willow street, Dallas, Texas. 7-2-tf Jl UtiF, HFM1TS FIXK ON Jl'VF.MI K irsK. ni'KKAV WILL rnl.LKCT RACE DATA. f Kisy a. . ' Ifu'i "CRIMSON SKIES" terminednfo.nVsh wltne" l "RIGHT TO HAITI. lk We take the liberty In announcing our program1 for the weekly f lof August 1st. ' y I. !-! Monday and Tuesday. An. 1st and 2nd "SinPECKED f S & M AMONU CANNIIIALS." 1 Wednesday, AuRUNt 3rd Noble M. Johl, hi and Elmo Lincoln In i jjJ ill Regular Price: 15 Cents and 20 Cents IANEY and PRISCILLA DEAN hi popular teeniest of our patrons. The Neirro Pureau of Civic Research I not answer summons to court. Justice : 1 Si NESS." i :ha just completed organization, ac- ; Halley last Thursday .fined I A. V. Has- .(y AuRlist Rtll LON CH. illlcordinsr to Wesley C, Peoples, presi- lelock, young Colored itlrl. $10.00 forj n;", "' ,, Kv n dent or the bureau. Headquarters failure to appear in an i.sauit cae.iJi: j will soon be established and prepara- Ths trlrl was ordered committed and a A Hj tinns are being made to colleet data J friend went to her homo and collected B W, u ... , tulmtiiI' inR TTHMMKI.L Maimicm- H M pertalnlni? to the NeKro citls. n oflsums from hor parents and neighbors, foli MAMMOTH THEATRL , , ,C ' '' i . i I ( California. i sufficient to nay the fine, just lee fh? Amusement home of the Colored folk. Come In and tej re i:a ev later learneu me Kin, noi oe- esij . DR. J. G. HARDIN, MEDICINE AND SURGERY, OBSTETRICS Office 818 I -a Lurbon St 9 A. M. to 11 A. M. 3 P.' M. to 6 P. M. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. OfDte Y 5703 Res. Y 2!0 12-2 5-1 2t Other offleers of the burea.i iiiiiiiitiaiiiimniiiDnimniiiiDiiiiHiiiiiiiriiimiiiiiaiHiiuiiiiiniinimiiiiDiiH'iminaiiinm 'M'lininiinmiioifliwiimniiiimiiiiioniiiwiHinMiwimiwiiiiiin illllllllUUIIUIIIIIIBIIHIIIWIiailllUIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIUHItHllMIIDHIInllllliailllllllllllDliKUIUUiailllim r3IF. H. Johnson, secretary: L-land 6. ; Inu' familiar with col mi3 ! Hawkins, treasurer: Kdward I). Mai,- thought she was excusea wnen toe iiiiininiinmiioifliimmwiiimiiiiioniiiwiHmMiwiiMiwiiiiiiiH I ' aon and A. P. AlberRa, chairman of witnesses ' the executive committee. dismissed. $ oei off, in a previous cafl were He remitted the fine. DULL WARD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PYTHIAN TEMPLF PHONES: Y 6537 ' ' RES. X 1901 DO. J. II6RACE DODS, Pbvalrlan anil Snnrwvn. Office 2C04 W Illiams and Henry Streets. Near Ford RuiliKng. Office Phone T M2S BeslJence Fvone X 6315.