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rt a-a. -..'J-- iv.-..nv- T;iiti KX'Sfl, DAM IfiXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1022. M. ManWMMMWMMKr ., WLW Ill aim ! I T I ran TIM T " 1 A MOT BO si-i&.NTIftT GROW flAIH FRKIA i .1 nr. E, 8. Lee. Civra Away Ilia Famous Mralp Trertiucat ta Demonstrate lla . -utoratlvc Power, o j hints Slaughter Gresent Stars. y;;iec;; chev issue queuing clow to visit- r;'r? battod WhU :siTci:n. sixths out of ms-xl iVkiiD lc;;g, hero of series stages coke-bao. i;za::ily thi thousand fans witness contests. A surf.inf miv-n and a study Mrenm of ' humanity flooded the grand stand and bli-iuhci s of tho niverslde Ball flarden, Sunday and Monday. Never in hixory of Nwo base ball has interest been bo Keen as wa Kansas City. Mo., Sunday, June 18. ulnun in Monday's fame. Nearly live thousand fans both black and white i Fifteen thousand fans saw tho Mon riat.ntcd through tho big g;U-s of the ball park flooding the Krand-etLUd , arch, win J"- Giant, and bleacUrs. and overflowing the playing field. If. was a world series ; .lca11l(,'t a; of the twenty! crowd no ioubl and the game was a test of the relative strength of the 'fifth infantry held the crew of Fos chib representing the cosmopolitan cities of the two states. Texas and . ter's to eight .tattered hit. while him , .... , 4 . i u. i... f .., i,,.. a t.ou v,oo oiroin tri- mate, hammered a drone, Dave Brown n phed as the Dixie champs. Now back to Sunday and Monday's crowd; nearly ten thousand mor bid fans both black and wh'ca swarmed around the ticket windows for ad mission tickeie; the grand-cand and bleachers were flooded and an over whelm crowd had to take refuge on the playing field. The crowd was cot disappointed as they saw a pair of interesting con- The local squad whipped the viaiiors to their knees winning six out of seven starts. Results: Saturday's game 3 to 1; Sunday's games 3 to 1; second pame went to New Orleans 6 to 0 wilh Sampson pitching for the visitors; Monday's first game was 7 to 6, the second was 2 to 0, both in favor of the locals; Tuesday's content 6 to 0 and Wednesday 11 to 10 all favoring the Giants. It was a disastrous series fir the Oescen. Stars making their re turn Irin "a and thine coiner back." sorlous....atuladflowiD-tn,T8 HT MHT A ir lihik ii ui;. a ii 'i. i.A.nri. r.. n.a fi-ui h,.Ht tt u ftpvpn ..!.. ....t. li..ll..u 1.ID1 i:lunl.ti.. ... ..... ;V.. ... . . off a win in the firnt lap from thaiNw Orleana 010 202001 Now )rl. iin Cn-Mopnt Ktars here Sat-l1alla 0J0 000 401; tirdny by giving them a three to one trintmlnR-. ' .Social fans were treated Sunday to a twin bill here the Gianta attain dem- onatrated their pro oh. aa maatcra of j the base ball err by dittoing their ; ruevtcua day's trick nuiripaon a. oy Ming o. trna ana runa Hyid lynx, the veteran under-hand off HU1. 4 hlta, 2 runa . In 5 Inning.; chunker v u a.aipned to the tank of "S 8 hi a, runa in 4 innings; mai-ahalling the Giant force. and aa . off Ming 8 hlta, t run. In nine In mkuhI the blir boy delivered the gonda nlug.; w-lld pitches; Ming 1; time of in chunks, hvrd waa at his beat and homa and S minutes. Umpire. .. i ,.!,.!,.. in i, in iianley and Sweet. ili.Mtrilmtion of hita he waa aomcwhat hn.L-A ...(.riiiplir unri eMTe.'t he didn't walk a .-Ingle hand. This within Itself spella victory, but for . the goort the order, we would aay ' l.e oi.ln't walk a . Inirle hand. Thla I tin; (iiinlg wreackinw crew showed in the rnc ney when the machine needed luoH. Rohevtson for the visitors pitch ed a Rood Kme. but Sloan, Harrla, Owena and Hamilton bats were oh. Lefty Bell of the local stable preaaed staclea in hla pathway and was re- ( tne line vat Into play Tueaday after .poiitiihln for hla undoing and ihua he , noon by dialling up the vlaltor. nine went down with the little end of a gooae egga. Hla support was brilliant 3 to 1 count. ( several errora were made but with I' I rat t.nme Siinrtny. ' New Orleans, r.ichaida. a .. iMirnnt, 8 . . . . l'oi est. 2 . . . . Irf-wla, c . . . . l:rva?it, 1 mil. i Iavln, m Grant, r Hol'eitson. p Totals PltllllK Hloan. m Goodrich, 8 .. J;neH, r . . . ? . iiliiima, 2 . . OnrriiiKton, c Owena. 1 .... HnniilUon, a Harris, 1 , lA-nLT, p ..... Totals B K H PO A E ..21111 0 , ..8 0 1 2 2 0 ' 0 1 0 4 2 1 ..4 0 0 2 0 ..4 1 1 12 0 ..4 0 0 0 0 ..3 0 0 5 0 ..8 0 0 2 0 ..3 0 0 0 3 .SO 1 4 24 10 4 a 4 4 8 4 4 4 4 :it n 0 (I 1 S 11 27 10 Mr fc ."' " " . in tho cond c'nt"t Su daV; P1': er bampaon was the idol of the lsi ' , 3 linouod for- he locals, both of the new eive. Aiany reaniutlona were read by 1 "J. , 7;:''iWtV.' ViArHn-trien base. tft' tera did well. Snoud went In cold representatives of tho various organl- Unoe baa bits- Hnula, at., en j howcV(!r witn the baH(1() drunk Bnd nations with which he waa allied. Sloan; base, on ba a, V" "" ; oi.ly one out with four scores already Mr. Wilklna. a native of Weimar. : ha nr. hit by Ia.ok 1 d uble plays :ln0 . . Texan, had lived In Dalla. for 30 llui..il..n to 0. . " ,f' meb The squeeze play was brought In and years and waa well known In lodge hour r,h minutes li.pl lea.. '' V Be nother score waa registered and and church clrclea. He had been a bind plate and S eel. on Dasca. , -jj.j , .,.,.,... ,.r a. . 1. , n , i,i , 1 .i ,i. ( ih um -Inning giving the visltora a uuiily tradition living "P h""m? i three run lead. Sneed blanked the kick but "''J J" .wuigan to warble in the ninth. puck. He let the G f n,s w " , The Giants came around in the eight ..... .. s y 1 three ineasleV binilca. (Charlie Red) Harrla waa tne lot.iia . ,... .it., choice tor mound duty. Red did not ce.rry a an fflrl.nt kick in hi. wallet for the New 01 leaner, and thus the -.ne bugs went down. The score: ttecond Game. ',.,xr. ortun, nan ntn n r d i ..... v'.iMi.a ........V -. v ; HhIIks OuO OuO 00 2 i. Sampson and Lewis, Hnrria and ilnaiiis. Time of game 1 hour and 4;i minutes. I'rnpirea Manley and Sweet. STARS 8-0 1 GIANTS 7.2 In Monday's first tilt. Hill for the Kliatteries, Robertson, Hill and Iwia; I I,a yo,lr wn benefl ilary. Live per visitora and Ming for the locala were O. Harrla, Sneed Long and Willlarna manently disabled wii'-'n bald time pitted againat each other on the ' ne of game 2 hours and 20 minuted, ' after you have paid the 1st relle. nimind. I vampire, Manley. , you are a beneficiary not to exceed Piu-her Mine; gave the visitors their! $600.00 for permanent disability and first .core when he uncorked a wild ni 1 aa m.iru , i. v-r " u i.-i-nii.-r nt to exceed $400.00 for death, Join heave allowing Bryant who had pre-; sriurniii v R-V,SBD , Ing fee $2.60; Relief $3.00 per quar. vio.iKly doubled to right and reached ' I ter tnT th first 8 quarters and $1.00 third on Grant's out to Owen. intrant's error of Owens grounder waa responsible for the locals first score aa Hamilton tore off a terrific drive to center scoring Owen; Harria advancing him; Mini? lofted to Forest; .Sloan Kindled to left scoring' Hamilton and waa out .willing. Two nuns. Minn blanked the visltora in the next frame. Hill blanking tho Giants In ihe. third, fonrtv and Eth oin.. lie was relieved In eixth by pitcher r-Hn-rr.-sorj. Ming was warbly at timea but stuck bravely. The fou.th frame looked bad f him. In.ront siiledi Forest fo-ces l-jrmit at second; Bryant polls to rUrht, scoring Forest; catcher Lewis waa hit, Sampson ran for him; Grant produces a Texas leaguer; Duvls hit over second. Sloan nailed Bryant wilh f,. erfect throw at tho pla.'e prev-ntinf I Win fom scoring. Robert son popped to Mln fid- tne linal out. two inns. Th.r viitora scoi. U two more i. -,a in tii sixth )i,.!'inu- them a four ran Ji-ad over the Oiums- rj he local-; came back In the luiky j-veTifh with a four ion lead held by the visitors ha.'ii.'Jnw over their head;!, lore down ihe Mtus' inner ch-fcnKC hy b;onti: pitct.ei- SainiHon to every ci., tier of th.i lot lor four runs and thus foiintf ahead In the content. In the ninth round the viMirc-s ciiiin lie? the cooiil. Auiivstine i.'att 1111: fo- Bryant croundid; R'd.ertson .iivi'! .'--.Hen I'flltilUon threw the jail leviiv, ,..-;;iiiw , to foice hioi at 1st l :,ro i-:.iit-f''n Kf.es to second on the joifv; livia ta a life on Goodrich's e'i'r; i;..hi-rtwoi. p-n'" n third on the pi.-.y and scores In Hill's sacrifice fly t,, J.m.rt. l.avis was cuukih sfcul! 114;. ' 'I1P I HI. This evened up the acorea. In the last half of the ninth the ou.u's vftloe hark Hamilton fieta a in.- wti.-n Rl harda jutted his prounder und Wiih i'dvanr.-d hy Harris; Ai oik j!i-i-i-a ,o l oret. and Sloan biok 1 up ( iic )r. oih'ir. e h acrcn miii;r double to ci-uier aeorintf Han.vKoii with the w lohi.m .1111 ', iie secund affair was a brilliant m m 1 r, j.r. Mi.e( was til whole show; B,i for New OrliTum p.' :he brilliant 1 v' hut Sto.-. -i was invi.lcihle. It was , t,, have been a pitching duel. I tr,t I. a. tie .Is'ontlav. -- Orl.-hin B li II TO A E .- "i.-ii-i.. s ,...3 0 1 1 1 1 i.'.i't. 3 2 0 I I 0 1 i. . i. i 3 2 0 8.4 0 -v.-., t 1 1 0 0 I .3 1 '! 9 0 0 r ii : ..- i o i o o o .1. Ill 4 l 1 3 0 II ! hj.i-t ,,n, : 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1. r. 1 i 2 n li 0 1 0 I , !,;.:., I 1 0 1 0 0 . v 'a- -j SO i 8 2' 8 2 . V'i 4 I 3 1 1 0 ai. .' t o I 0 1 1 .-!..- 3 0 1 4 1 ' - , i . -i u ? i .-.ii i c 4 'i o 5 j r,i : 1 1 - 1 7 1 ,1 MKT MI-IT FAR f RAFRA FRAWW . ..,.! iminiiion, a .. .a i i i 'ifari - ia, 1 8 1 1 0 0 1 -iliriff, p. ............ .2 11180 T.,1.1. HI T 1ft ft 11 1 lOtalf Two ba.e hits: Sloan 2, Bryant, R. Jones; three base hits: Lew!., Han.il. ton, Owena; atolen ' baaea: Davia. sac rifice hlta: Sloan; double playa: Davia to Hlchards Durnnt. Base on balla Ming 2, .truck out by Hill 4, by . . . a,Ml Moadny, New Orleana 000 000 4 2 Dallaa ..002 Ox 2 6 1 ' 1,1 tterlea: Hill and Grant ; Sneed ' 'V'" " . ... '"'"'''a. Tlrno - of game 1 hour and r'r minute.; I'mpliea Manley and nd STAHS 0 GIANTS T. no fntalUlea Plteher I'littt for New Orleana waa nmahlicd for fifteen safe bitiglea two I of which were double, and one triple. The score by innings: 0' Tular'a t.nm, 1 New Orleana 000 000 000 0 4 2 Oiaiiaa Ill 030 Olx 7 IB - 4 0 Batteries: Piatt and Lowla. Bell and 0 Wllltama. Time of game 1 hour and 0 -if", minutes, empire, Manley. 8 fl I STARS 10 GIANTS 11. The final came with the Crescent 0 Stma here Wednesday was a awat. 1 "at engineered oy ootn contestants. l ive pitchera took part in the melee. ' 0 . uoocrtaon ior tne Biars ana Harris j 01 o. 1 01 wnicu ne waa a cnar 0 for the local, were aent to the bench . ter mer.bor. Rev. C. W. Ablngton, niafter five innlnga of play; Hill waa I paator of St. --James snd Rev. J. L. I . i-uahed In f'om .left-field ror the vial- j I tora nd Fireher Sneed ' atood on ti tle lection with a single; the next batter 10ppcd up ending a bad round for the I buKS 8ix cores made , round and baptized Hill with a fual- lade of hita which manufactured four a t "til, J i.iiei 11 n nr wan uutieu iu iiib :,u- .,1.1.. .7. . ji .-i. ..uiiittb t ium:u Bim i: runa and over come a three one lead , filling the bases again. Sneed then I w,-nt tc he ahowei a, aa the locals wanted thla game; Byrd Long hero 'Of many battles went In and mndA thai .,!.,;....... ...v.n- . ...l iiniiuio mill 1, iiuuy miu nn IUT ll.ei final oata. It was the greatest piece1,. ' of base ball strategy ever pulled on ' If cal haunta. Byrd saved the bacon I ! for the homelins. 1 Wednradav. I New Orleana .... 80 106 000 10 12 Dalala '.'.'.'.112 (ISO lUv 11 w iuo nnu over come a inree on leaa , . .. . . vllJ.,ir, In th, i.h( Snd b ,ntoV'1rrhle.heaCr. The lrogrsslve LeKio ;,,. h.. ,.. c ',., " The Gianta achedule haa been re- j for member, beyond 65 up to 80 years vised In which the following changes old; Ministers and Professional De have been made. j purtmjnt Doctora, Teachers. Lawyer., Galve.ton comes Saturday and will etc. H. Y. Thomas, Supreme Commls comnience a five game series. Satur- I aioner of the Field Work, day, Sunday, Monday and Tueaday,! Agents wanted, liberal commission. June 24, 26. 28 and 27, with a double-, Write. header Sunday. R. . JENKINS, Monroe, Loulaiana, will Invade the haunts of Klvei-i He, Tark. July 1. 2, aim t. mom;-. , juiy a, win oe ladles day and all ladies will be ad mitted to the park free. Next attraction will be Port Arthur All-stare JulJ 8, , 10 and 11, with a double,hender July 9. The Gianta Invade Panther- town July n, lit 17 and take on the C'a?s. An excursion will be run irom I.Hllaa to Cowtown for the con- venience of local rootera. July 23- 21 nd . the Cat. w.ll tnrn to local k.-eatb and mix up wih Gi.'int.i. ....u,u.9' -.81i,and.SV ,,e Arexla ,U8h" era will drill at itl.erside park aa l Kin la said to be good her". Aug 2C 6, 7 and 8. Oklahoma City will bo here, the chorntows are coming strong to feast on Glunt fleih. , . Ul.ACK CATS V-u MILL CITY, The Black Outs met the Mill City club and pulled off a double heaQBr In the Cats new baseball pary on the !!:h of June. Cats took both games. i.'t game, acorj 4 to 1. Second game a ores 8 to 3. North I.allsa Slun-gers will bo on tie Cat's ficij Juno 24, 25 for throe ,amoa. Double-header on the 2fith. The Cites took a gi.n.e from the Slug gers on the 11th hy the score of 4 to There will besoine fast gam.t. Battei-lea for Black Cats: 24lh Sims and Taylor. ' 2th Fletcher and Taylor arj But ler, loylor. Watch the Uluck .'at. go. Cat's line-up: Wilie Worth, m;,rark. Is looking for two men who Inckson. 2rd; .- . Smith, as; I. Donla, ,,nv ue i TiniinB v.hn know how to ib; W . Smith, 1st b; Taylor, c; Gar-' lnay, ln 1"a!', , 0 K" W ret, elt field; 'hitler, if; Fletcher, p;Work f!reW018 displays, nlre: Young. I-'or games phone Ceorge Car.er, is:i7. (eoi'fje Carter, Mi..nnirer, 6212 Mclvinney Avenue., Dallrs, Texas. K. C. Mtl.tH('Hil THIM rOSTEII'H GIANTS. Kansas Cily. Mo. June 22. The la.g at Saturdnv crowd that ever wlt- i nea ,ed a oachall kaino saw the Amer- hiMi Ciinn' ; of t'hi.-.a;io go down In (lei'-at bfjor.t tl.o oi ilini.;lit of th Ksnras City Monarch in- tho Negro Nutional league race, ' 0 to 6, A. four r'-irt reilv in the eihM frame put rh ':' 1 eliarop!".i. c . - I" . -.1 i 1. 1 1. visitintr cemro fielder wntienn da thorn a tavnr h loHlita- thnm went 'into thrt bif ichore : li r Vooi e i dri-e which niia- d the a few feet. He idled I Batteries Whitworth and Brown; Ciirrlo, Drake and Duncan. I'OKTr.H'S CM NTS AUK AGAIN TROINCICH 11 V KANSAS! CITY MONARCH. and Owena for fifteen hits and nine teen runa. Seven errora were chalked up agalnet the Chicago boys. Both (tame have been played on the Amer ican Association erroiinds and the crowd waa ao larsre that they wera on the field .o large they were neceaaary. The score: Olanta 001 0S0 010 5 8 7 Monarcha 070 862 021 19 15 1 liatterles Padrone, V. Brown and J. Brown; Kogan and Duncan- AMP.R1CAN GIANTS RETURK HOMH. Chicago, 111., Jur.o 22. The American Gianta returned home today from a dlaautroua trip to Kanaaa City and St. louia They will play an exhibition laame with the Racine club (white) f turaBy " .?Tne' v T i Pi. .1. then reaume their schedule with the Cuban at the American Glanta parK Sunday. Foater ha. not given up hope of winning the pennant this aeason. He believes hla men will come Into their own and play the brand of ball they are capable of ao doing. Wo do not confhiA our members to bed for claims, Progressive Mu tunl Benefit Association, Jackiton Ht, A. B. C.'a M1N FROM WIJITK Cl.VB. Chicago, 111.. June 22. The Indla apoll. A. B. C'a who are leading the Negro National league won from the crack white aeml-pro club from Can ton, Ohio at Pyott field. Saturday af ternoon, 1.1 to 8. Wichita Johnson pitched for the winner.. Mackey A. B. C. teacher who I. leading the league with home run. cracked out hi. aix teenth cli'cult rap o the .eaaon off Willla today. Clarka and Blackman hit for triple. STARS THI.M A. D. C'a Chicago, Til... June 22. The Detroit Star, of Detroit, Mich., .topped the A. R, C's cf Indianapolis in their pen nant runh here Sunday winning 6 to 4. Petway cnt Holland to the rea euA of tlnnnnr In the third and he hd the Ipavua lendera in rhapk. The A. B. C'a have now won 21 and lost 5 league games this season. - MR. THOMA WII.KIKS I. All) 'l'! RUST. The auditorium of St. James A. M. R. Temple was crowded to Ita ca pacity last Saturday by the frlenda and relatlvea of Mr. Thomas Wllklna, .who died June lBth to pay to him their last reapecta. 1 ne aervicea were neia unacr tne auapleea of Pride of West Lodge K. Williams of Waco, officiated. The aervlco 4vaa simple' but Impres- 1&92 during which time he served steward, trustee and claaa leader, The fu PythRn ceremony wa. c ried out during the service. Resolutions were read from Pride of Weat Lodge. partmcnts of the church. He leaves a brother, wife and aaugnter and a hoat of more distant relatlvea ion Heroes And Heroine,, nt neiiovnleii n,a.j iTnriP- TIia Ktiit Taw 11 "er 1 . , ... ur "P1? growth I. becauae we I! 8 HO,11 lounaation, you do not hava to die t0 wln- ura An organization with a double bene fit, living, permanent disability and death" benefit. You can get the benefit alwlille living and enjoy It vou.-aelf. 2801 Flan St. Dallaa, Texas 6-2t-2t OYKKTON ItEl'ItESENTATIVT? IN TOWN. Wllllnm M. Gales, traveling Bales man for the Overton-Hygienlc Mfg. Co., of Chicago, manufacturer!' of the fk-nous High Brown Toilet Ar- ttcles has been In the city for the past week in the Interest of his company and rporis a fairly good , . . . , , . business but i.' people fluid use R great deal i.ore of tne products. TRIE LIGS'i' BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday retool met on time. The Supt., was r.t his pout. All teachers were present snd conducted a good lesson. The pastor made timely re. .narks. Collection $3.50. At night, Ihe pastor preached an excellent sermon. Collection for the day $93.87. We t!o not confine our members to bed for claims, TrogreisMlve Ma tunl ltcnefl! AsstKiHtion, Jiwkso-t 8t. AN EXCELLENT OPI-OltTUNITV KOIl THE RIGHT MEN. The Wortham shows, out at Fair Mr. Eidford has asked the Dallas Express to print this story to see if the men can be located. He d" .s not know their names, but thr.y are said to be experts in handling fire works displays. There wll! be a big fire works dis play at Vo'r Park, as the night feature of Lie Fourth of July cele bration, and rpecial arrar.jfements have been made t- ta'-; care o! Colored people in the grand-stand and elsewhere, !; see the display. If ony one knows the n.en, who Mr. Binford says, have handled fireworks at Fair Park before, they know bo lin y enn get in .ovci with Ihe show people. Dr. K. 8. Ie, noted Negro Scientist of Kansas City, i. distributing free by mail full 50 cent boxea of hla tumoiia Tonic Hair Grower to prove It. value to new uaera. Thla prepara tion la widely uaed in beauty parlor., barber shops and homes. It ia aatd by thoiisanda of customers to be the beat treatment they ever tried for scanty or falling hair, dandruff and all unhealthy conditiona of the hair and scalp. Dr. Lee merely aska that you .end ton centa to help pay for wrapping and pontage, and the full box will bo promptly mailed. He will .end only one box, however, to one peraon or one addreas. Simply enclose a dime In a letter, address It to MR. R S. I.EE, Dept. 6, 1800 East 12th Street. Kanaaa City. Mo., and you will get the Hair Grower by return mall. We pay tor any number of days over 2 lnys disability, IroprestIve Mutual Benefit Association, Jackson street. A MASONIC DIFFEHKNCB I TKXA8 SETTLED. Texarkana, Texas, June i2. The matter of complaint of Everett E. Seeley of Port Arthur, Texas, ve, C. G. Curtis of Texarkana, Texas the Grand Master of the M. W. Widow Son Grand Lodge A. F. tc A. M. of Texas, the application for an in junction and the defendants demur er in iha Itnmnlnlnl n ma nn tnf , i ty, . , if ... hearing in the superior court before Judge Hugh E. Carney of the fifth Judicial District of Texas. After hearing the arguments of the at- torneys the court ruled that the piaintlll aia not prove his cause Of action and would not grant the Junction asked for by Everett See ley restraining the Rev. C. O. Cur tis the, le ,:al Grand Master from op erating iu the capacity as Grand Master In his Grand Lodge. The court directed the defendant's At torney, Judge E. Newt Spivy to 1 prepare an order enjoining the said Everett Seeley as a MaBon or a Grand Master from visiting, writing or Interfering or attempting to dic tate concerning the affairs of the M. W. Widow Son Grand Lodge A. F. & A. M. of Texas of which the said C. G. Curtis is Grand Master. The court ruled that the said Everett Seeley and those acting un der him turn over to the said C. G. Curtis everything In their possession that belongs to the M. W. Widow Son Grand Lodge A. F. & A. M. of Texas, and that the said Everett Seeley acd those acting under him cease to act or proclaim themselves as leaders In the above named Or der. .. . . HAVK YOU ENTERED THE JULY 4TH CONTEST. Who in the fastest tire changer in Dallas? The man who Is, if employed by a local tire service concern, has a chance to win a good sized prize at the Fourth of July cetebration at Fair . Park. Special arrangements for Color ed citizens of Dallas have been made, with provisions for grand stand seats, from whicn tney may view the automobile races In the afternoon, and the big free fire works display at night. The race swlfl irtart at 1:30 p: m. There will be a five-mile event, one ten miles and . another of twenty five miles. But the tie-changing event ought i to be biggest attraction. This will."'.' June 20. at e jiciu ueieT;u iuo ittceo. men McMillan .anitarium. employed by Dallas tire concerns are j eligible. They will be required to:,,OK SAIiB houses for colored. start from a given point, run their j cars to another given point, where Modem four and five-room hou.es a car With a flat tire is Waiting for a hn-o Tli nnilnir mini h m. 1 moved, a new tube Inserted, and the casing put back on. There ' will be t Iwa HmAN Dna will VnM f), .-.In). I - i,.f.. ., ..- .ui., d.w iu . . In,. Ill A, - 1. 1 eiup. i uv uiuci- win nine mm on actual changing of the tire. After the change the entrants make a circle of the track and return to starting point. There will be two nrlzes of fif teen and ten dollars, and already ,v ... i . . .. tbree concerns have entered their prize worKers. !t 18 expected a num-' ber of others will be In. the lists ' within the next fow days. We pay for u j numuer of days over 2 days disability, rrotrreesive Mutual ltcnefit Association, Jackson street. r4V44.4Mt.4HaA,JA,A,A,A.A.4A, Jubilee Singers at St. John's Institution Sunday, June 25, 1922 One of the big features of the cpen inp of the St. John's Institution vvxi be a program rendered by the Jubilee Sin gers of Dickson Orphanage Sunday After- f - T Of? .1 ' noon, June 3tn. A large number of white and Color ed will be present to hear the program, and assist in a drive to raise funds for the Ivo Institutions, St. John's Institu tion, Dickson Orphanage. The public at large is invited. Dr. George AV. Truett has been asked to be present, and is ex pected to address the people on matters of rplitt'and advancement. . . , . , iA if pechd to address the people on matters ft T? r. ....... r 1 A r ....................... ...... rrm :vIIIIIIltTT?TtTi:Ti;ri! V The abova llkenea. Is that of Mr. and Mr.. G. B. Montgomery, who celebrated their flr.t anniversary, Mon day, June 19, 18i2. 1827 Falrmount avenue. Dallaa, Texas, we hope them many prosperous and happy yer to gether. Andrew Spears Dies. Mr. Andrew Spear., an old and re ...,, m. r n.n.. ai.a neaday morning at S o-ciocK at the home of hi. daughter, Mrs. U B. Fuqua JL1" ??u.'!!,Ta.5..?La.l,uxIit, ior,, Thuraday at 10 o'clock. Rev. A. . Jackson, officiating. Mr. Andrew ln-isPear leaves to mourn him one utiugiiirr, ana. ij. c r upturn i.u uuv on, Willie Bpeara, three Droinera J.ke Bpears and Hiram Spear, of Boloy. Okla., and John Spear, of Mlaaourl. and quite a large number of Grand children and other close rela tives und friends. ' CARD OK THANKS. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks- to our many friends who came to u. during the illness and death of our beloved brother, husband ana ratner, inomu wiiaina .u iwi mnnv beautiful floral offerings sent May Heaven's choicest blessings be upon them. Signed: P. O. WILLIAMS. Brother. MRS. MOLL1E WILKINS, Wife. MISS LELA WILKINS, Daughter. Mr. W. B. Willlarna, of 439 Oh street, N. W. Washington. D. C, is In the city visiting his hi. sister, Mrs. Pearl Waldon of 717 Allen street. He alao visited hla mother, Mr.. M. E. Wll- Ham,- at Tyler. Ho wa. royally enter. taiped by his sister, Mra Waldon with a dinner party. The hours were spent pleasantly In music and dancing. 84 (ruests were "Sol ved. Mr. Williams left for Washington, D. C, this week. We pay death claims as soon aa proofs are presented. Progressive Mutual Benefit Association, Jackson street. " - I ClUWPnnil VNORHTAKIIVG COM- PANY MORTUARY 1.IMT. John Robblns, died June 2, at 1012 N. Central avenue. Joe W. Dllworth, dieu June 5, at Gtc City. Hodgera Lewis, died Juno 6, at St Paul sanitarium. Raymond Crisp, died June 7, at Bay lor hospital. William Dorn, died June 9th, at Mill City. Ella Mae Trtggs. died June 11, at 1211 1-2 South Pearl. Infant of Sidney Hood, died June 1. at 1403 Gould street.,, - - Will Mabry, died June -17. at Baylor hospital. Infant Hubert Jackson, died June 17 at Mill Cltv. Mo.ella Hlgglnbotham, died June nicelv Bltuated cloae to school and church and Pair Park, small cash pay-i 5 ko5 ment, balance like rent call OWNER ' . VTT . .1.41. ....(... . . uu... a m r' ..... iruuis mo pi:.,, ,vB.v..v . .. v. . . a . . I Aiutua.1 ieneiic swN:iutiuii .uuhmi street, , RUS0NIC ANNIVERSARY. ,A" v and fcept5d,M".n"v0tr,dHr of the Eastern 8tar, Heroines of Jerl- cno an(J their friends are invited to attend a special religious service at ?e",'1 r- cburch Sunday, June AO i ii, a p. in. - Thanksgiving sermon by Rev. J. H. Smith, auspices of True Service Lodge No. 399. Committee: W. M. WII.80N. G. W. WILLIAMS. A. HUFFMAN. .t-24-lt J . . r f! i i i i S'JRBUReAU SECTION By NOLAN M OAK CMFK. Mrs. B. W. Booker of Los Angeles. Cal.. I. visiting Mrs. Gol.ton of 621 Miller avenue. Mra. Ellen Walton and sister left for Kansas City. Monday. Mra. D. P. Pollard of Ladonla spent the 19th of June in this city. The following: persons are on the .1.1. it... u. 119K N. ',,,. m, a s Johnson. i24 E. mh 8treet, Mrs. 8. Marsh, 1125 Cnurch gtreet and Mr Swann. 1124 v, 8tr. Mra Lillian Johnson of 304 Cliff street, entertained last week, with a birthday party in honor of the 7th anniversary of her daughter, little Miaa Fannie Mae. Quite a number children were present and ome nice gift were received by little Miss Fan nie Mae. The Misaes Turner and Brown ot Fort Worth are visiting Miss Willie Bacon of 808 Cliff street The Mis. Opal Hudson, who spent the June. teenth with Miss Bacon, left Tuesday for Cameron. The Mi.ae. Collin, of 1221 E. 8th street, entertained with a house party in honor of Misaes Ruby M. Townsell, Dorothy Rollins and Jewell Rollins of Fort Worth, .during the week of June 17-24. ' Mrs. J. E. Collins of 1221 E. 8th street, entertained with a luncheon June 15th in honor of Mrs. Dr. Crosby M";, J ' fort Worta. Wolfe, Mrs. Wm. Moore. Mr.. E. B. William, and M.-s. u. w. Williams. The Prophetic Club under the mana- gement of Mrs. Lucy Belle entertained a lew menus at tne resiuence oi Air. land Mra. Dan Jackson, 825 K. Colora do, Saturday night, June 17th. Those present contributed very liberally. Among those present were Mr. and and Mrs. A. Y. Travenlo, Mrs. A. B. Jordan and daughter, Misses Moore, Wallace and Jiussell, Rev. J. J. Hill, Mr. Bacon and others. Smith Chnpel A. M. E. Church. ' Sunday School well attended. At 11 a. m., the pastor preached a soul stir ring sermon. At 8:30 p.- m. The sermon was well delivered. At 8 p. ni. Rev. Mra. Watt, the lady evan gelist preached another soul stirring sermon, rue young peoples club of the church has succeeded in putting in soine new seats for the church. We am nrni.il of out vnnii .k are under the leadership of Bro. C. M. W ashington .Collection for -the day 134.16. Rev. G. L. Coleman, pastor. Kliaabeta Chapel C. 1H. K. Church. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Supt and teacher, at their post At 11 a m.. an old time class meeting was held. Ko worth League at 6:30 n m. wa. good and well attended. The Pas- 'tor. Rev. Starks Starks preached a wonder- 'UI aermon at 8 p. ni.. i vve nave estaoiisnea sub-stations 11028 Comal; Gus Wolfe's, 223 - E. 8th and Cliff Drag Store, E. 10th. All per- ,i me ,uiiuwu. pieces: urivers care. n having news are requested to leave tne news at one of these places. . v. WHCATLKY II LACE. ... ' , i The Dallas summer Hcnool and Nor- Mr. Wm. Banks of 8528 Myers St. mal Institute opened on tha 12th with 1. again up and able to be about an enrollment of 60 students. Much) Mrs. Wilson, 3500 Hampton street Is Interest Is being- manifested ln tha on Jc B'clc Mra- 8am Pettigrew subjects taught Among those who are of 8510 Myers street is visiting her In attendance, are some who have sister in Wills Point Mr. and Mra permanent state certificates; but who Blair of Will. Point who spent a wish to review and spend the Urns in few days with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pet- research work and Inve.tlgationa Ona tigrew ..ye returned home. young man who attended the Univer- ' Under- the au.pice. of the Citizen, .lty or Chicago la.t aummor Is spend of Oak wood, Wheatley Place and Queen Ing the eight-weeks In the Dallaa City, an . old time celebration or the Summer school this summer. lth of June was held at Wheatley I Fr R..i.. w.,w Park. All were treated to a frea bask- .. " W,rk et uinner followed with Ice cream and ' Tne Hon' Mr- R- H- Hires, District lemonade. After the dinner was over, ' J"1 of tne Extension work, lectured a speaking meeting was held. Among Derr thy normal Wednesday, and the speaker, of the evening were: JPk f the work among the girl, and Dr. A. S. Jack.on, Prof. N. W. Hirllee, Doy and the accomplishment, in many Rev. Banks and Lawyer Clark. Each f01'0"". such as canning, pig rata speaker was well received and much '"S cry sTrowlngr, and home econo. logical advice was given. 41EEN CITY. Mr. and Mra J. P. McElroy of 905 Roumaine street entertained ln honor of Mis. Myrtle Wli.on of Port Arthur, xueaoay. nignt, June 13th with a six course d.nner. Eight per.ons were preaent ana an acknowledged a swell meeting or the citizens at reception. Salnt Jhn Baptist Institutional j Mra J. L. Johnson of 2044 Casey St. InPl. when a regular Summer School 'made a flvlnir trin tn 1 Ainnn Avan.. Program Will be carried mit Tkl. m and Carrollton. Misa Minnie Ola Splller. '. 00 an unusual gathering of the teach ; after spending a few days with her f an tha general public. Come ear I aunt and uncle, Rev. and Mrs. J. ly and se? iro seats. Free doara. j Johnson, has returned to her home in I -Presideo". Boas Is now Bishop Boaz. 11.1 raao. Mr. J. A. Lusk and Mrs. M. Robin son are on the sick list I The Mid-Summer meeting of " th. W. H. M. S. thst convened at St. Paul I A. M. E. church closed after a very successful meeting. The delegates were very much pleased with the hos pitable treatment accorded them by the people of Queen City. I Christina Sociable aad Charitable la-.yravement Club. Met at the resldenct of Mra Lut Ian Yancy at 2227 R .umai.ie street. House called to order at usual hour by t o rresiaent. xi.e meeting was opened by singing and praying, after which we began our business meeting. Mra. Maggie Walker Ennis. a membr. of the Charity Club of that City, wis a pieasant visitor ana made a rtw encouraging r-tmarka. Next meetlig wl h Mr.. Robertson of 2225 Roumaine street, Mr.. Lillian Yancy, president; Mrs. Mary Oliver, secretary. St. Paul A. M. I). Church. Sunday Sc.hoc! well attended and lesson reviewed by the pastor. Visitors were Introduced and made some timely remark.. The Pastor preached from the subject: "Prayer." Hapry were the members at the close t f the sermon. A. C. E. U was well attended with great enthusiasm. Program next Sun. day. The' Ladies Mk-Summer Mission, ary. meeting closed a irreat aucceaa. The State Prealdent. Mrs. L. M. Hugh es vialted the meeting and her visit was a great Inspiration to the body. IVarrea Chapel M. E. Church. Sunday School- Is Browing each Sunday. A "arge nurrber of children were in the chlldrei'a claaa Sunday. We hope tho mothers will contlnua sending their children to Sunday focnooi. Morning and night Services g'Jod "ey- J; D- Klce- pastor- Mt. Morlnh lloptlat Church. ll-.i-.nf Una C.nn.. 1 1 je, l ..... .inn ki. lining .tiiwi uunuuucil XJ, i by Supt H. Yancy. Banner Depart Aa j ment Metoka. G - enda, teachers Miss M 'ruder and Kev. a. H. Walker. CJoIr No. l rendered most excellent j sornr services. Scriptura 1c ison by H. B. ELLIOTT Rev. J. R. Plummer. Prayer by Paa tor. Rev. W. O. Belle of Ennls, preach ed the morning- sermon from Psalm 86th 7th versa. The Vice President, Mr. Pruitt opened B. T. P. U. at 6:80 p. m. The delegates brought much In formation from the Chatauu.ua. Sunday sermon by the paator. Leave all news at the Atlanta-Casey street Drug store. LINCOLN MANOR. A picnic was given on the 19th of June by the reale.tata deaiera or Lincoln juanor. -- - present. ' Mr. Pomp Yarborough la very 111 at this writing. Benjamin Anderson, the son of Mr. and Mra Henry Ander son, haa Improved. Mrs. Bettle Wheel er is alao Improving. - Rev. H. Allen, a product of Moseley, Chapel C. M. E. church ha. been as signed a charge at Hickory. Texas. He will leave Sunday for his work. Master Print Lee was very severely injured last Thursday. The Charily Club of Lincoln Manor met at the rssildence of Mra A. R. Brooks. Bible quotations were giver and a general discussion of different Chapters of the Bible was hau. A menu of Ice cream and cake waa aerved. , The Young Men's Improvement club met with Miaa Otello Goodaon, laat Tueaday night All membors wera preaent. Games were played, after which, a nice menu was served. On Thuraday night June 16th. Misa Willie Mae Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith on Anderson Street, was married to Mr. E. L. Wat son. Many nice preaents were received. Mnarlry Caapel C. M. W. Chorea. Sunday School was well attended with Supt. and teachers at their post a 11 . m.. Rev. Alexander preached a wonderful sermon. All heart, were made to feel glad. Rev. Gill, pastor of Morning Star Baptist church preached at 3:30 p. m. Rev. Alexander preached at 8 p. m. to an appreciative audience. Collection for day 816.97. Garth Chapel A. M. K. Church. Sunday School on time. Lesson well taught by the teachers. Lesson re Viewed by the Supt Pupils present 31, collection $1.65. At 11:30 a. m, tha paator being abaent ltcv. J. it. -ee preached an able sermon. The Pastor's Aid meet, every Sunday at 8:30 o'clock. At 7 p. m. the A. C. E. L. met with prealdent J. A. Phillip, in her chair. Key notos on the Bible wera B00- At 8 p. m. prayer service, after 'which Rev. J. H. Lear preached anoth- er great sermon. Missionary Society ,s moving along nicely. Attendance every Monday very pood. We are ex- ! Pectlng our pastor to return Sunday,, June tn. j. A. t-nunps, reporter; j. n. naruuiiian, jrasiur. TI,K DAl'IJA! "CMMF.n. SCHOOL BK. iilSH iK'0'VB ANNUAL hknmION, TIIH HKtmiOltS AKU BEING HELD AT THK COLORED HIGH SCHOOL FIFTY STUDENT AKK ENROLL. F.D AND Tll.L THEY COMB. mices. Prof. E. IV. Ballev K.nn.d.j to the lecture, eiuplia.lslng the high poln,u '?. th8 we" delivered addre.s of Dr. Hlnes. Lecture by Dr. H. A. Baas, Pre.Meat 8. M. V. i President of the a M. U, will lec ture the student body of the Summer School on Friday evening, June 30th WKST D ALLAS. The lilth was celebrated at Walton park and everything- passec off quietly but enjoyable. Mra Mary Wright of Omaha. Neb., Is visiting her sister and mother, Mrs. Dollle Hodge and Mrs. R. 13. BrowriT Mrs. L. A. Houston of Lai ton, Okla., la visiting friends In Weat Dallas and wi'l bi the gueat of Mra. Maria Ed warda. We are all doing our bit tor the Lord and each of our churches both Methodist and Baptist extond an invitation to all at all tlmen. Mr. Will Thomas had an accident Tunesday morning an uutomoblle ran Into his buggy breaking it tu pieces but 'hy luck there v u no one serious, iy hurt The leaders of eac!. church have taken quite a liking to the writer and have promised him their support We will get together the paper and our churches and then wh t a time be lieve me, honeyl IF YOU SUFFER WITH Chronic cough, weak lungs, loss of weight and strength, hec tor fever, nervous dyspepsia, neuralgia, rheumatism, chronic constipation, bad blood diseases, painful conditions of the kid neys, bladder and other pelvic organs and their appendages, do not not despair, regardless of what doctors and other, have told you. Hundred, ef weak mra and women have he- -nade atrons; ainl well nanln. 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