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THE DALLAS. EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY 8IHTEMUER 17, 1021. riiiuwiaiMMiiHiaMuuiiiuiBiiumHnmi a Li in iai iimroiaiiuiiuiHaaainWH iuKima(inwiitnuiaiMitM Houston, Sept 15. Miss Marie E. Byers, the popular young lady of the third ward, haa returned to Wilber force, Ohio, to resume studies at Wllberforce University- MIbs Naoma Sneed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Sneed. 1209 George 8treet .died last Friday. The Wiley Spoclal leaves Houston, Saturday at 2 P. n. through to Marshall. Texas, without change, MarHn, Sept. IS. Mrs. Ada Ran dall died Sunday, Sept 8th and was buried on the 10th. Mr. Ellsha Johnson of Waxahacbie died here Friday and was burled Sunday with Masonic honors. The local lodge buried the remains. Mrs. Beatrice McOhee of Pensacola, Pla., Is visit ing relatives and friends here. Dr. W- B. Fleming and Mrs. Bennett via I. and G. N. R. It We want ! attended the National Convention at 600 renders for the Express this month. Copies delivered to all parts or the city- See or ring Archibald, tho agent, 42f San Felipe Street, phone Presto 4480. OrapebDd, Sept 15. Mr. Ed. Lloyd, who has been an InvaHd for some considerable time, died In Crockett t his mother's residence and was buried in Cedar Branch .Cemetery last Saturday, Sept 3rd. The meeting was well attended at General Zion Sunday, and Hev. Johnson preached one of the best sermons ye Scribe has had the pleasure of bearing. And be has heard many good ser mons since his debut into this old world. He preached of the coming of the Savior In the last day. Text from 1st Rev. 13. Collection good Mr. Dennis Howard, and old cit izen of this oity was baptized, and - people came from far and near to witness same. Ye Scribe was happy enough to shout, but being some what green at such was afraid to try. If the Reverend keeps preach ing like be does I am liable to pick up and learn how the ohouting 1 1 done. Cotton prices are still soaring and we believe If the crop wasn't so short, everybody would again come over the top. Health is very good at this writing, with exception of a little chills and fevers. And Master ' Burnett 8bepuerd is unfortunate to be In their grip at uiis writing. New Orleans, La., last week. We hope for them success. Miss Lenora Seely left Sunday to be gone about four weeks. She will visit Prairie View, Houston and Beaumont before returning borne. Mrs. Rufus John son loft 8unday for Prairie View, her home, after having been away nearly all summer. Mr. Dudley Johnson, Misses Beulah May and Getaldlne Geralds left Sunday for Tuskegee Institute. Dudley goes for two or three years before returning. Mr. V. E. Gipson, the merchant tail or goes to San Antonio and other points on business for a few days. Judge Wm. Harrison of Chicago, 111., will speak at St Paul A. M. E. church next week. To bear Win will be a treat, and to miss will be a lost to you. Subject of his discus sion will be, "The Time Has Come." You hud better -avail yourself of 4he opportunity to hear this great man- We wish to congratulate Rev. Bailey for securing this great man of the race to lecture; such is needed at this strenuous time. The delegates who have returned from the conven tion at New Orleans, La., reported a great time. Mrs. wrigut returned to Rosebud after taking two weeks vacation and - baths at the Utopia. Miss Her Faithful leaves for Nash ville, Tenn., October 8th. 8he Is sure to make good in her chosen profession. Stay In school until you rare prepared and when you are pie Kvervbodv seems to be Jubilant atr,. . nun at ami olnna and fill the reduction of the "Good Old Ex-jw(th cre(Ht your vocation In life, press'" and we feel that we will be MarUu )g to nave a hardware store hln in double our sales and sun- ., .. ... rni-A o.,ititu, i,n. II l,t lunll:cu "J lajJMHimin. BCrtpilons. wo were tun w , Eov. Johnson or uonroe, iexas, w our local and foreign. We think this Johnson or conroe, iexa, w entcrprlBe win De on foot a short list of subscribers. Mrs. Carrie Mme; - Mr Te((J Geraid lcft gun. Dallov) Grlce and baty of Indianap olis, Ind, who have been vlBitlng here since last December, left Sat urday for Houston, Texas, to visit hnr brother. Jackson Dallcy. before leaving Texas for her home, Wolfe City, Sept. 6. S. S. was well attended at all churches. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Patterson are very de lighted at the arrival of a fine baby girl. Mrs. Mary Llndley visited In Doaison. Mr- and Mrs. Brackeen Were also. In the city. Mr. Ned Brackeen Is visiting In Qrccnvllle, MIbs Maud Braggy Is visiting Mr. and Mr. O. W. Petters. Mr. Horace Wllklns has returned from a few dars vlxlt In Klondike. The Y. W A- and B. Y. P. U. are having much success and to a great uplift for the young people. Little Miss Iter- nice Wortham and Miss Virtee Wortham are In the city. Please Klva me your news. John D. Stull, llenorter. Jlev. J. I. Gilmore preached two noble sermons Sunday- Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Johnson were in the city vis iting their mother. Little Miss Johnson is also In the city visiting her slstnr, Mrs. Mary Johnson. Mr. H.W. Wortham Is In the city. Mrs. ' Viola Maloney Is In the city this week. They have begun paving the streets again since the rain. Galveston, Sopt 15. A crowd of pleasure seekers were on board the excursion to Dlckerson, a good time was witnessed with some exceptions. Or course the dovil had to be In It nothing fatal however. Quite a few spent the day In peace and hap piness at the Cotton Jammers Park, while several engaged In bathing and Bight-seeing. You can't afford to be without a -policy with the Common wealth Casualty Company as your sense of duty commands that you InHure now. Mrs. Francis Woods, tilireveport. La., has been spending the week-end with Mrs. Lillian Varnes, 708 3Gth Street Mrs. Varnes la District Grand Matron. Most Wor shipful High Court Heroines of Jeri cho, Texas Jurisdiction. She is an Ideal Christian worker. In response to the honor bestowed upon us as agont of the Dallas Express, we are making a bouse to house canvass in Interest of the South's greatest Negro paper. And we are to ask all race loving Colored people to enlist as a regular subscriber. Those who re spond favorably, will be nobly men tioned In the columns of the Express. Some of our beHt merchants get angry when asked to purchase a paper- Well, Brother,, if It Is an Insult to you to be asked to buy a race paper, use your own Judgement. The Express will be 6 cents per copy hereafter. The Comforter News Agency, 311 2Gth Street day for Prairie View. MIhb Athnl Bluck,' who has been posting all summer In Fisk University, has re turned and reports ' a very success ful session and feels much benefited. She returned via Birmingham, Ala., where she' spent one week with her brother, Prof. L. O. Black and wife. She reports the professor doing fine with his big Oak Lawn School, with 13 teachers on his faculty. This young tutor doesn't teach at all. It is hoped that he will manage well and steer his boat and crew to the safe landing. In perfect safety. All Marlln and Texas wish him much success. . Prof. ('has. Haines, Indus trial teacher, has come In and taken charge of the boys In the Manual Training Department This young man made good here last term. Mr. L. N. Moore Is In from Galveston for a few days on business. Mr. Chandler, who has been on the sick list for some time Is improving fast, to the delight of his friends. Mrs Ida Simmons has come In from her vacation and reports a fine time, Mrs. (Dr.) Nelson and children are visiting In Corslcana and reports a fine time and will be home soon. The Doctor Isn't eating much now and has lost about 14 pounds. He can't Mve and thrive on watermel ons alone. Mr. Ford Ickett of Corslcana Is here for his health He has a big car with him and Is enjoying himself fine. Mrs. Boatrlce Lockrldge of Winnsboro. Mrs. Alice Hill. Houston: Mr. Hayden. Hous ton: Rev- MllllB. San Antonio, reg istered at the Wright House. Mrs. S. U. Willis of 2817 Prospect Ave., Fort Worth, has returned to her home after spending three weeks In our city, taking the hot water baths at the Oriental Bath House. She is much improved, with good service rendered. Marshall, Sopt 15. The Colored Teachers' Institute closed with a successful session- A large number or teacher from adjacent counties present The box factory blew her whistle for the first time In several months calling th.t) anxious ones from pleasure am. rest to labor. Many glad souls--the whoels -are turning everybody is glad. The City tax rate is made at $1.92 cn the J 100 valuation: a reduction of 2 cents from last year. A. B. Black, Colored, who was shot by bis wife s"me time ago and his leg wis amputated, died at Kahn's Memorial Hospital. Miry Black, his wife, Is held In Jail for murder. Mrs. Stella Halten died after a long Illness- She was a swet, gentle, kind, and a lov ing wife and mother. Sho leaves a devoted husbard and children and a host of frionds to mourn her lost The Express extends Its sympathies In her great lost Mr. It R. Dennis Is able to be I p and about The Installation of t'ae Pilgrims was a a well affair, krs. Lovie Williams was the Installer. P. F. Dennis acted as Marshall for the occasion. Mr. Haywood Austin is still very low. Miss Margarett Jamison Is very sick. Prof. L. M. Alexander is beau tifying bis home. Bishop College oi us Its doors under moBt prom ii otitloo't. Student are pouring In apldly. Read the Dallas Express del.vered at your door for 20 cents per month or $2.25 per year. 1.25 for six. months, three months for 75 cents. Phone 833; I will come and bring the paper- Prof. K. S. J? Henry leaves for Hawirns, Texas, to begin teaching. Read the Dallas Express for the news. Terrell Sept. 15. New Hope Bap tist church reports that when Rev. D. A. Butler offered his resignation there were many sad hearts. After three years and ten months service he has been held In high esteem by both Colored and white citizens who know him. It is understood be is to resltme pastorate at Greenville, Texas,, and we gladly soy that this city will be profited by his presence and ability. He Is a man of high morals and sound Judgment Bring ing In the church a high standard of social circle among young and old. George W. Townsoll and Mrs. M. E. Flemmlng are visiting in Dal las, In Interest of the Golden Chain of the World of which th.y are del egates of the Grand Ixdge in session this week. Look for their reports In next weeks Issue of this paper, The accident which happened In one of the white business places last Friday to a Colored boy who went Into the place to purchase cigarettes, falling to remove his hat, he was assaulted with an axe handle. We are sorry we can't offer much sym pathy for the lad, as we have Col ored places whose attendants would be glad to serve bim politely and satisfactorily.' "lrir. to patronize your own buslnesb places, read the handwriting on the Wall " Cnrey, Sept- 15. Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. were swell attended Sunday. Hon. H. L. ' Price is in Dallas attending the Golden Chain of the World's Grand Lodge. Prof., J. It Hamilton was in TtuBk last week where he attended the County Teachers Institute. Rev- Balllnger and cou in, Mra. Moon, were in the city last week prospecting. Mrs. Moore bought a lot and Is planning to move here soon. Mr. aud Mrs. Scott of Tlmpson, Texas, are in the city. Prof. A. J. Jessie of Flint, stopped over with us a few ho'irs Saturday on his way from the Institute- After several days rain we are having some fair weather and people are busy getting their cotton out Rev. W. B. Bailey Is in the market business. The Hamilton Bragg cotton gin Is ready to gin your cotton. Prof. J. L, Hamitlon is buy ing tb cotton after it Is ginned an l is paj'ng highest prices to the same. lus Ardeiia Mitchell visited tho Nelson's last week. Mr. H. L Prlce and Mrs. S. N. Nelson visited In Vt Salem Sunday. Mr. W. Cuney Price and Mrs. Charlie King end several others attended services 4n Jacksonville Suuday. Rev- Thomas Simm"-, completed a nice church In the Church Hill settlement last week. Mr. Bishop Sne A spent a few days in Dallas last week. Dr. H. C. Boy- kin Is practicing In Alio this week, For the Express see J. F. Price, Weatherford, Sopt 15 Services were good at all churches Sunday, The Stewards of Prince Memorial C. M. E. church puleld off a rally Sunday which was a success. Miss Freddie Harris returned home after spending several days at Fort Worth and other points. She reports a Dleasant stay. Rev. G. H. Ha r lee Dreached a noble sermon Sunday night Text was, "Jesus Wept" Messrs. Lee Jones, Walter Foote, Sam Bell and M. C. Shelton made a flying trip to Mineral Wells Satur day night Mrs. Ardell Thomas Is very sick at her home. Mr. Will Swan is still Indisposed. We hope him a speedy recovery. Have your money ready for the Express- Hanger, sept. 15.-St. Paul had a lively Sunday School with all teach ers at their respective places. The lessons were taught for 30 minutes. Mrs. Wiley Is home after a two weeks visit to Houston and other points in the state. Mr. and Mrs. Deshlon left Ranger for three or four weeks' stay. Mrs. Griffin left Ranger for her home at New Orleans, La. A fine little Mls'sle. Last Sun day was A great day with the churches- Rev. Caraway preached a soul stirring sermon at the C. M. E. church. He is a worthy and great character. His last quarterly con ference will he held the fourth Sun day in this month. Dear Editor, plase make this correction that ap peared in the columns of the Ex press some few days ago, stating that Dr. Warmsley came to Ranger with high esteem in the church and other circles, but now working as Janitor in the Cunrranty State Bank of Ranger, and that he has been elected as President of the base-ball League. On the contrary we wish to state . that Dr. Warmsley Isn't president of the base-hall club, and yet enjoys the high esteem of his church. We wish to state further that Dr. Warmsley's son has not been arrested for gambling and has not been discharged for theft. We have found Dr. Warmsley to be up right and honest Please stop knock- j ing him. - Teague, Sept. 15 Sunday School was well attended at all the church es. Rev. Chandler was at his post and preached two soul stirring ser mons. Rev- Prewltt of Waxahachie was with his people and revived the soul of his hearers. High School opened last Monduy with Prof. Kirvin as principal. Misses Mabell Livingston and I. Garrett are as sistants. Several Joined the church on last Sunday. Rev. Alexander re turned from New Orleans, La., where be attended - the National Baptist Convention and reports a grand time- The Reverend Is a man of note. Dr. C. H. L. Moore Is operating a hos pital successfully. Rev. J. W. Will iams and wife of Sherman, Texas, celebrated their 30th anniversary out at their farm. Many friends and relatives were present to witness the affair. Many good things were serv ed. Rev. Williams failed to attend the National Convention on account of very pressing business- He is a star that shines at all times, from humble circumstances, reared without parents, yet he has succeeded. Well! the time has come when you can't say the paper Is too high. The agent will be around; so get your copy. Thanking you in advance, R. J. Brewer, Reporter. . Jacksonville, Sept. 15. Services were good at the churches Sunday. And at Visitors Chapel especiall. Mrs. John Martin has been on the sick list several days, but Is Im proving." The Sunday School Convention closed lust night. A large crowd was present to hear Bishop Cottrell at 11 o'clock- $500 was raised during the Convention. The Dallas Express on tale every Saturday at Tennerson and Sanders' barber shop. Mr. Lucius Hill and Miss Flocey Anderson were married Wednesday night Sopt. 7th. Rev. W. M- White officiated. We wish for them a happy voyage on lifes rug ged Journey. The city school has a large attendance. Prof. S. A. Hay den of Crockett was the guest of quite a few of their members wor-! shipped at St James after S. S. Prof. C. M. Butler of Overton, who is now an agent for the Standard Life Insurance Co., spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives and friends. He vlBlted the Sunday School at True Vine Sunday morning, re viewed the lesson and brought out many good Interesting points- He was ably assisted by Prof. J. L. Ford. Mrs. J. M. Donaldson, who spent the summer with her cousin, Mrs. C. P. QulnleV, has returned to Dallas to make preparation to resume her work in the High School there. She was accompanied by her son, Mr. Jack Donaldson. Mr- Donaldson fin ished at Tuskegee this term and has been elected to the faculty at the Southern Normal Industrial Insti tute at Brewton, Alabama, as Book keeper, Commander of the Military Department, Instructor In Mathe matics and Director of the Band. This young man bids fair to be a noble educator, and one that the race will be proud of. The Parents and Teachers met at the Tyler Col ored High School Friday evening despite the rainy weather. There was not even standing room in the Chapel. The purpose of meeting was to organize a Mothers Club, which resulted In the election of the fol lowing officers: . Mrs. Tom Swann, President; Mrs. Austin, 1st vice president; Mrs. " Bledsoe, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Flournoy, 3rd vice president; Mrs. G. E. Martin, Sec retary; Mrs- B. L. Caswell, Treas urer. The rest of the evening was spent in listening to various lec tures on "How Parents and Teachers Should Co-operate." Mrs. Banks made a very impressive lecture, as she always does. Monday morning long before the hour appointed for open ing the streets were filled with child ren, parents, ministers and visitors, flocking to the new, beautiful three story brick building to witness the opening exercises, which was a treat to them all. Miss Judith Mitchell has returned to Texas College to get her reports and etc. made out for the opening. Mrs. B. V, Branham returned to her home at Corsicana last Tuesday. She was royally en tertained while in the city by Mmes. Mosely,, Terry, Calhoun, and MIbs Coffman- She also rendered several selections at 11 o'clock service and B. Y. P. U. at True Vine Baptist Church Sunday before leaving, with her sweet -soprana voice. The Col ored people held a. successful mass meeting at True Vine Baptist church Thursday night to make preparations for the Colored people's department of the East Texas Fair with Mr. John Long, manager. Mr. Archie Supp aud Felix Belcher has opened a neat Ice cream parlor on Oak St. Mrs. Jenkins of Overton, who had been in the city a few days visiting relatives died at the home of her brother-in-law, Mr. Green Cumby, Mc fadden Street, lust Friday evening She left a husband, several children, all grown and married, to mourn her demise. Her body was prepared for buriul by Allen's Undertaking establishment and shipped to Over ton Saturday, followed by a number of sorrowing relatives and friends. Miss Goldie Mitchell has returned from Omaha, Nebr., where she vis ited her sister. Miss Emma Mitchell, niece. Miss Fay Benson. She also underwent an operation while there. Mrs. Beulah Deese spent a few days in ..llneola last week visiting rel atives. MIbs Atha Lena Long has accepted a position in Beaumont City Schools for 10 months at $85 per month. Mrs. Julia Klttrell spent last week at her old home. Little Rock, Ark., visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. V- J. Long will have charge of the Episcopalian Schoon on T. Common street, this year. . Miss Mary L. Taylor has returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives at Fort Worth and Dallas. Mr. Emmett Jones, manager of the East Texas Phonograph Co., made quite a record last week selling pianos and vic trolas. He sold a piano to the Tyler High School; sold another to Mr. Ben Smith, and sold vlctrolas to the following persons: Mr. Cleve land Hill, Mr. Roged Carroll, Winona; and Mr. Langston Brown. Little Miss Eliza Mae Pugh has returned from Dallas, where she visited her brotlier, Mr- Allen Pugh. and will re enter High School. Miss -Fannie Mc- Fadden left Sunday for Jacksonville, What Would You Give J! ii! ' cap If your skin was bright, soft and smooth? You can make your skin many shades brighter as soft and smooth as that of a baby, if you will use this well-known beauty treatment. BLACK and WHITE BEAUTy TREATMENT Wash your face, hands, neck and arms with the fragrant, soothing lather of Black and White Soap. Then mix and gently massage a little Black and White Ointment. Next morning cleanse the skin with Black and White Soap. In a very few days you will be delighted with the change envied by your rivals, admired by your friends. "Every package, is worth its weight in gold,' they say. Begin this home treatment today. All druggists can supply you. Black and White Ointment, 25c and 50c the package; Black and White Soap, 25c the cake. Send your name and address for a copy of the new Black and White Birthday and Dream Book it's free tells you all about Black and White Beauty Preparations Plouoli Chemical Co. MEXjJlS, TEMAJ. U.S.A. here in interest of the A. , M. E. choir-. Mrs. Annie Lee Hansbough of Wichita is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W- B. Price of So. 5th street. The basement of the Wayman Chepel A. M. E. church stood two and one half feet in water as a result of the recent flood. Please pay up your paper bill and "Owe no man nothing, save a good name." NEWS BRIM'S. Miss Sarah Clemons Sunday. Mrs. I where she will teach this term. Mrs. Cardella Is In the city visiting her mother, Mrs. Pauline Eads. MerkcL Sept 15 Mrs. Fannie Will- lams was taken very ill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Johnson, Colorado, Texas, spent over night with their friend. Mrs. Llzer Grant lost $42.00 In her house last week. Seemingly the bouse waB burglarized. Vernon, Sept. 15. Sunday marked a great epoch with the New Hope Baptist church. Sunday School was H. Bledsoe visited the St James Baptist church in the Academy Hgts. Sunday and organized the Y. W C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Foster have had their house wired. Mmes. Mary Stokes, organizer of the Star Light Band, visited Pleasant Grove Sun day- She was accompanied by Mrs, L. Johnson. Dr. J. E. Warren has had water installed. The Stur Light Band entertained Little Miss Mabel Johnson last Thursday evening at Bethiehem Baptist church. She left (By the Associated Negro Press). Boston, Mass, Sept 15. The un employment situation in this state Is not acute, although 25 per cent of the wage earners are out of work. Gov. Cox announced, after a con ference at the state house with rep resentatives of charitable and social organizations. , "We have every reas on to believe," he added, "that the amount of persons employed will be greatly increased during the next three months."' Negro immigration from the south is being discouraged as a consequence. Hoxie, Ark., Sept 15. Charged with being an accessory in the kill ing of two men, Holcombe and Berry, by City Marshall Ball late Saturday night at a street fair here, Mayor M- J. Jelly was arrested on warrants issued following a mass meeting. During the meeting members of the council attacked the mayor for his alleged part in the tragedy by affect ing to believe that Negroes committed the crime. THE WOIUC OF THE DALLAS DI8-! Invitation and will endeavor to make TRHIT SUNDAY SCHOOL COX- YENTIOJf HELD IX FT. WOKTH WITH THE ALLEX CHAPEL A, M. E. CHURCH, SEPT. 7-11 IX. CLUSITE. 1 Ha Irln Prof- N. W. Harllee elected Sup erintendent The convention elected Prof. N. W. Harllee, District Sunday School Supt, and has accepted the work and will visit all points and Florence Louise Harllee, Reporter, deliver lecture and with complete The Annual District Sunday School ' system of organization and inspire Convention of the A. M. E- Church, I new energy and life, in the work. convened In Fort Worth with the; " ciaimea. The Junior Cholr--The Junior choir of the Allen Chapel needs the highest commendation as harmonious singers. Few choirs sing as well. It is a grea tplty that these singers are not kept constantly on the road and before the music loving public. RIGHT OF NEGROES TO BUILD UPHELD Allen Chapel church from the 7th to 11th Inclusive, Dr. R, S. Jenkins presiding. Dr. Jenkins called the convention to order and in a brief address explained the object. The usual ' Ritualistic . ceremonies were observed with scripture reading and prayer. After a spiritual service with much heart-felt emotion and devotion, the organization was per fected as follows: Mrs- Holland was elected secretary with Mrs. Brown of Dallas, assistant secretary. Miss Florence Louise Harllee of Dallas was elected reporter to secular pa pers. The following report was made: Finance, $552.93, and an Increase in the number of pupils in the Sunday School over the number of Inst year, and that the general out-look for the work was reported very en couraging over the district. Reports were also read from the Christian Endeavor with encouraging signs. The Missionary work came in for a consideration with an encouraging ,Rmnen'8.to.hecnBtltutl0n-.Tj;8 Portland. Ore . Sept. 15. The city council of Portland lacks power to Erevent Nngroea from constructing a uildlng- solely on the ground that such persona are Negroes, according to an opinion filed with the council by City Attorney Grant. The question aroae aa tho result of a proteat filed by G. B. Sherbert and others againat the granting- of a per mit to erect a gymnasium at Wil liams avenue and Tillamook street. Such property Is la owned, it was elat ed, by Negroea, and the proteatanta not only objected to the gymnasium building- but to the construction of any building by Neg-roea, In his opinion Attorney Grant call ed attention to the 13th and 14th New Orleans, La,. Sept. 15. The plan of Frances Chaix, Negro to have memoers of her race furnish im provements in ward 36, the Negro section of Charity Hospital has 'brought results. She Is seeking con tributions from the Nogro public. report. Papers read and . discussed Sev eral papers were read and discussed jand gave much information. Several presming eiaers irom unit; rem pans of the state delivered timely and in .Hnnj.- -,uk a..nt i- f or Waco Friday morning. Club No. chair and a full corpse of teachers ?' Bett1,e1eBf?SMlMilr,2 who seemed to be charged and coun- Society raised 5.00 ta W mta ter charged with a message for their Ijvort. Watch the -DaHaa respective classes- The pastor came forth with his usual review, that was inspiring. At 11 a. in. the pas tor ascended the pulpit and took for his text. "In Him We Live and Move and Have our Being.". Acts 17:28. I'll toll you the Doctor forgot him self and preached the audience to tears. At 3 p. m. the Busy Bee Club met with the president, Mabel McMillan In thr chair. Tho Queen Mother, ' Mrs. Thomas directed th service, which was full of Inspira tion. At 6 p. in. Mrs- V. Batie came on the- scene with the B. Y. P. U. This president knows how to put it over in union work. She is Indeed a live wire. At 8.30 the pastor' again ascended the rostrum and delivered a burning message that filled the hearts of all who heard htm. Both white and Colored were present. Col lection 952.40- The First Baptist church reported a good service. The pastor, Rev. S. M. Celmen, being ab sent Brothers L. Bahanun and Philip Johnson put over a Bplondld pro gram all day. Rev. W. J. Henderson, P. E. of the C. M- E. church preach ed three nighU and electrified all who heard him. Rev. Wells reports a good service at the A. M. E. church. He 's a great builder In his denomi nation. Mrs. J. Hooker is holding the banner ith her class of Will Note and Can Nots. She Is an un tiring Christian worker. Mrs. D. L. Johnson is still with the W. H. M. S. on the flrinr line. Sne Is a dip lomat. When in Vernon eat at Mrs. D. . Walton's place. Deacon Will Brown is still in busluess and will treat you right. Tyler, Sept 15. Services and S. were well attended at St James C. M. E. Church Sunday morning. Rev. Colvin of Texas College preach ed a noble sermon. Dr. Stewart and Rev. Alexander being out of town. for the announcement of the wedding hnlla. Mra. Marv Stokes has in stalled a piano In her home on W I,ollar street. The many friends of Miss Jewel Orange regret very much to learn of her continued Illness. Temple, Sept. 15. -Mrs. Beatrice Blanford who was sent here, last Wednesdiv for treatment, died short ly after hir arrival at the Colored Memorial Hospital. Her remains were shipped back to her home in Bloomiug Grove for interment 'by E. K C. Branford, undertaker. Mrs. Judge Ward, after several weeks illness, is much Improved at this writing. Mr. Lewis Mills is a little out-of-sort. suffering with a boil over his left eye- Mrs. Maggie Dun can of So. 8th street is suffering the lost of a chimney, as the result of the storm and ruin, which swept over Temple last Friday and Saturday- The laying of the "Corner stone" of Wayman Chapel A. M. E. Church will he performed next Sun day, the same being the 18th instant. The Btoue will laid be the Masonic Lodge of Teiaple and from various places. Madams B. R. Carothers. R. E. Guy, C. B. Morgan, C- Ward, E. M.Martlnez, E. Waide and Misses E. R. Clay, O. V. Tatum, D. J. Hill, Prof, an Mrs. N- A. Banks attended the Teachers' instltuto at Belton last week and reported a splendid session. Mrs. Pearl Stilwell, after visiting In Ga'.ise and Galveston Is now stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Nelson of So. 15th street Mrs. Pearl Spencer is homo after visiting in Oklahoma and .. other points. Mrs. Pearl Grant of Galveston Is t "siting parents. Mrs. D. M. Sanders has returned home after vlolting ln Fort Worth. Mrs. Hutchinson of Bastroti, Is the gyest of Rer. and Mrs. L. M. Sanders- Miss Lula Lynn of Waco Is Atlanta, Ga., Sept- 15. One gallon and a half of whiskey was seized by Detectives last Tuesday night at 11 o'clock, when they went to arrest Fred Wilson, Colored, aged 24, at his home 11 Granger street, they noticed that he had been drinking and, after searching the house, dis covered the whiskey. Wilson is be ing held on a charge of having whiskey in his possession. Savannah, Ga., Sept 15. Three Jenkins County farmers, Allen Hooks, Lester Hooks and Rema Hart, are held for the federal court here on a charge of peonage, their bonds being fixed at $3,000 each. They are charged with holding in peonage three Colored persons, Bishop Har mon, William Darby and wife. The Negroes declare that their masters put ropes around their necks and threatened them. ly after the civil war had been con cluded and abolished slavery. The 14th amendment was adopted shortly there after and preventa any state and any municipality from enacting legis lation which would abridge the privil eges or immunities of any citizen, del prive any cmzen 01 me, any citl- NEWS FROM HEBE AXD THERE. (By Tte Associated Negro ress.) St Joseph, Mo., Sept 16 Olive Scott, 18 years old, Colored girl, of Elwood, Kansas, has confessed to the sheriff of Troy, Kansas, that she threw her two sisters, 8 and 10 years old, respectively, into the Missouri river to escape the trouble of taking care of them, and because she was tired of the Job. Juliette, Ga., Sept 15. Berner Godard, eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Godard, white, of Goggansville, near here, who fo the past- several months has bee'b strickened wl h what specialists term Raynaud's disease, causing the ends of her fingers on both hands to turn black, is gradually recovering .Af ter the disease was arrested finger tips began to Krow slowly bluck. The condition of the child attracted much attention by physicians who pronounced "the disease as one of the strangest In the history of med ical science. structive addresses touching the work. en of life, liberty or property with iwtner una aiso laiKea or me His tory of the Sunday School work in the early days In Texas, and detailed minutely the founding of Paul Qulnn College and the struggle of the early efforts to raise funds for that institution. Dr. R. S. Jenkins to be sent to Africa The Convention planned to send Dr- JenVIns to Liberia in honor of his distinguished work in the conference district and for his zeal in making the work a signal suc cess. Several addresses were deliv ered favoring sending the distin guished Presiding Elder to the Dark Continent for information about her people and the Fatherhood. The work of Rev. H. S. Sims Rev. H. S. Sims of Allen Chapel, did much to make the convention a success. He is doing a splendid work for his congregation. He added 125 new members to his flock with in the lasts six months, and reduced the church debt from $12,000 to $4, 600 during tLe same time. Rev. Sims has received an invitation from the President of Liberia to visit that Republic and he has accepted the out due process of law or deny to any person tne run protection or tne law. City Attorney Grant called atten tion to the fact that thia amendment baa been put to severe tests In the highest courts and haa been construct ed to give . full citizenship and all rights thereof to Negroes. "To grant the prayer of the petl tinnera would be solely on the ground of color," the opinion reads in its conclusion "It may be- claimed that acquisitions of property by Colored persons depreciate property owned in the neighborhood of white per- "But property may be acquired by undesirable white neighbors or put to disagreeable though lawful uses with like results. The council Is therefore advised that it haa no authority to enact an ordinance prohibiting Color ed people from constructing a build ing on a piece of ground owned by them aoley on the grounds that they are Colored people, and therefore the prayer of the petitioners must be de nied." The opinion probably will reach the city council in time for action on the protest at the regular council meet ing;. While protests have been made from time to time againat the In trusion of Negroes Into a neighbor hood settled by white peraona, aettle menta of difficulties of this nature always have been effected outalde of the council. Thia ia the flrat time that the city council haa requesteJ a ruling on thia question. Harlan, Ky., Sept. IS Joe Mo crsary, held - as a Biispect In the abJuctton, assault and murder of Mary Hornsby, 10-year-old daughter of H.' A- Hornsby, a carpenter at Lynch, was to be taken to Harlan for further quizzing by officials while 60 deputy sheriffs were searching for a stranger who had been in Lynch several dajs and was seen, accord ing to a neighbor, to caress the victim In an outhouse Saturday. HOWARD UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON. D. C. Founded by GENERAL O, 0. HOWARD J. STANLEY DURKEE, A. M., Ph. D,, D. D.. Pruident EMMETT J. SCOTT, A. M Lll. D.eary-TreMurer COLLEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS Junior College, covering tnt Freshman and Sophomore ynn and leading to tha Senior School,. Senior Schools, comirting of th Schools of LiUr.1 Arte. Education, Joum.l iim, and Commtrc and Finance, granting respectively the degree,, A B. or B. S., A B. or B. S. in Education; B. S. in Journalism; B. S, in Commerce and Finance. Schootjof Applied Science, four year course, granting ths degree, B. S. In Civil Engineering, B. S. in E.ectrical Engineering, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering, B. S. in Architecture, B. S. in Agriculture, and B. S. in Household Economics. Evening Classes. The work of the Junior College and tha Senior School, may be taken in evening classes with full credit. School of Mtuic, four year course, granting the degree of Mus. B. School of Religion, three year course, granting thj degree, of B. D. and Th. B. Course, are offered al:o by correspondence. School of Law, three year course, gran.'ng the degree of LL B. School Of Medicine, including Medical, Dental. Pharmaceutical College.. Four year cows. for Medical and Dental students; three year course for Pharmaceutical students. Following degrees graced: M. D.. D.'fo.S.. Phar. C Stidtnts nay inter for ctlltglati work at tba btglnnloi if my qnuttr. BECISTKATION Autumn Ct Wiater 6, Spring Quai Septraber J, J9, 30. 1921 . . - January 1. 4, 1921 - - March it 1921 FOB O.iTALOQ AXD IXFOIiMATIOX WRITS F. D. WILKINSON, Reg-tttrar HOWARD UNlVERi.rY WASHINGTON. D. C.