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TIIKTMIXAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, KATTODAY, J&?2f"H, 1022. ScLccI Chorea Ezsl Sha !MBimiromoi!ii!iMinm jiuiiuuuiiiuiiiiiuuuiiimiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiuiuiiiwuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiuiiuiiiiau u. nr-!-V"-imi ii ii ..rrma OF THE STOMACH S 1 attend Program. in i (Continued from pane 1). .pi.-t tindnr very extenxlve cultivation hv both HuropHns and Nnfrroos. Ens ! .h In spoken Vfrry largely anion)? the ai'tlUTd due to tlie many yoara It was tiorlor KnuHuh rule. The Ni(?rn popu tn'i'in Im dowcendml from ,frf;rd slaves frr.ui the colony of Sierra La mfl that br-uii-h of the liantu Mock kcuwn an tt Hiihe composo tho native popula- tu-.n. Thiy are of a very low tcrade nf tntclliKcncn. small o statute and lii iu.Miriouii. The colony la now pro t -:.iiv, larrn farms of cocoa are iiipw )k in cultivated laborers are tnn.ortod from IJIx-ria to work on thwc fHiina. liarrlng the bloody rec ord of the .Spaniard in the slave trade, which lias t)ein linont dent-royftd in t.li -it part of tho continent, the native hH gKiried much from the thrift and irilcllt-.t'luni development of the na tive Sp'miHh. We Khali note as we con arul Intellectual development of the Ni''Ltii.fli. We shall note as we con sider the nations . that now occupy territory in Africa have had to pay lit moHt cases a big price in blood but 1 am forced to believe it la only a partial payment, for aa we con sular the way they have in many in stuiicos butchered up the helpless na livo the loner years they tore them aw ly form their home and scattered tfK'tri over tho earth surely their Mood cries unto Clod, which cry aoine flay inuut bo hoard. I.ibrria Without a Workable F.daca litn I'roarara Hcluratloa Amonj the 1Vh4Ivc. 11 It unpleasant to say (hat educa tion in the Kepublio aa it relates to the bI.-o ( a collossal failire tliey have tho department of Education but It is that only In nam-. It was the opinion of one man wlih whom I tall. oil that many persona owning properly had not paid taxes on It in forty years 1 do not Rive this out as authentic information, but was told this by a man who was In a po on that a poople that will not pay t.axOH cannot have ft school system that Ih worth while. It would be in sition to know it goes without reas ordor to compel citizen to cutltlve government land for tho education of the children no peoplo will ever take tholr place amonR. tho progressive na- tiona of tho earth who allow their children to proy up In lunoranco. TViose of my friends who say that by description and portrayal of condi tions in Liberia is anything but en couraging they seem to think that I have It in for my countrymen but that Is not my purpose of feeling;, but if we are going to help Africa, we should know Its actual noeds. In support of my statement retrardlne the education situation I wish to offer In evidence a few excerpts from the re port of Walter V. Walker. Secretary of Public Instruction. He saya that tho total amount of funds placed at his disposal for the entire school system of the ltepubllc for the year 18HI wna $3,000. but let us quote bis exact words: "Although 2,000 was ap propriated, finances of the ltepubllc were in such a bad shape that only J13.1SC were actually turned over to the 'schools by tho Hcrretary of the Treasury, so that Mr. Walker declares "Your Honorable llndy (Liberia and t,Kialature will readily see from re lated conditions how utterly Impos sible It Is to effectively conduct this department, to maintain any thing liko ft decent public school system, or ca.ll In the aid of decent and quali fied teachers. 1 niunt frankly admit that the situation at present is almoBt intolerable. This generation of chll drn growing up in Ignorance being hhamefully robbed of advantages, and beinir hoplcssly crippled for future UHofulnnsa to the state. A remedy for such a state of afairs must bp found and the prevalent of tiainlne of the minds of the young must not countenanced longer, if we would feel secure about the future of the country." I think this statement fi'lly Justify me In saying that woy nave noi in all the years of the nation gotten to ih nlnne where thoy can have an outline of ft system of education think of three . hundred ana niny three dollars to maintain the public school system or a nation or more than two million people. The work of education that Is being felt In the nation is being done by tho Chrls tinn schools about which we ah!! tiik at' another time. . Native IKIucatloa. It may be Interesting to some nf m to know that a system of Instruc tion is Riven by certain native women In. tho "bush." All girls are sent to lhesv Instructors when they are old enough to understand teaching. No rn;iii allowed to enter one of these whoolj it is claimed that these chil dren ro taught all the duties of ' womanhood. I was told while In Africa Kit a man was found near and they jun-ped on liiin wilh one accord and beat him almost to death. I do not know in what this leaching consist but IT It keeps the girls from KO ini lo rilHlruetion ii. tho way that thouMuiila of ours sj It may be worth while afler all. I linst some day to leurn what is tftuftht In ft "bush" arhool. but I am sure of one thing I !..! I never learn by eaves dropping. (Preston News Service) Richmond, Vi.. July . Uurlng the public session N)f City Council last Monday nfuht wh'eJ the petition for a Ncuro School bullilTmrnn the West end came up for consideration ft cas ual observer would have thought one of the gravest question Of the ages being decided. .Vt the concision of an earnest and heated discussion of a petition from the City School board, asking that the ordinance providing for the erection of a school bulldine In the West Knd for Colored children, be amended so hat the building may be erected tn the Negro section of Sidney, which took up ft period of more than three hours, engaged in by many or Jtlcn niond's so-called representative citi zens for and against, the finance com mittee voted to recommend tho reject ion of the petition by ft vote of 6 to 2. Those who advocated tho erection of the building in the Nugro section of Sidney gave as their main reasons that If the school Is not built at that point, .the Colored children, of whom there Is about 100. it was said, will be compelled to walk more than ft mile to attend tho nearest Negro school on tho north side of Broad crossings. - The opponents of the petition declar ed that tho erection of such a build ing in ft white section of the city would mean the perpetuation of anoth er "Jackson Ward." which would grow bv leaps and hounds afler the school building is completed. Negroes would gather In that section like rats. Tho discussion assumed wide scope. The questions of Negro suffrage, equal rights, and eoclal, political and edu cational equality were discussed by various speakers. Although it was notxd that no one on either side expressed ft desire to curtail the school facilities offered Negroes in this city, but It was evi dent from . all sides that Negroes should not bo encouraged in "en. croaehing upon white" territory, but should be confined and forced to themselves. KZmiB PRESIDENT BEFEKB3 RACIAL POLICY. (Continued from page 1) Husband Talks in Sleep. Ar rested For Marder. (Preston News Service) , Washington, D. C. July 6 Saniuc) Urown. aged 41 years, gave his wife, Mrs. Kinina Brown, whom It Is al leged he has not been treating In a manner conducive to matrimonial bliss, a splendid opportunity to free herself of having to continue taking abuse from her husband when he mention ed something about the murder of ft saloonkeeper the morning of Jan uary J!5. IStOS, last Friday night. Mrs. lirown, it is said, overheard the talk and the next morning ques tioned him about it. Urown is alleg ed to have admitted to her to have taken- part In the murder with anoth. er man, whom the police say, has since died. , Drown was arrested follov Ing an In vestigation ' after Mrs. limwn had told police officials 'about her hus band's alleged confession. I trow n Denies Charge. When placed under arrest at his home Monday, It Is stated that Urown re-narked, 'You think 1 killed Reid, b it I didn't." It was learned by the police that his. wife had questioned her husband In the presence of s. third person and also that she planned to apply to the district attorney's office for warrant for her husband for his al leged brutal treatment. When questioned by the oficlals Mrs. Urown had a discolored face and bruised arms, the result of her hus band's attacks, she stated and freely discussed the alledged confession re garding the murder of the saloon keeper. flays He Reeame Worried. It was early last week that she be came aware that her husband was worried over something, she stated, and was talking in his sleep. "He said "On away from me Reid; I don't want to hurt you any more," she said. In addition to talking In his sleep, the police were told by neighbors of Urown, that they often heard him In his stable at night, while putting his horse away, mention the nams of Held and make use of remarks sug gesting ho was affrald of being harm ed by, some-one by the name of Reid. The Rcld murder In 1908 has been practically mystery. Charles Phillips, a porter In Reld's employ, was placed In jail as ft United States witness and kept for more than a year, tha de tectives hoping they would be able to fasten the crime on him. Phillips was finally rolcased and paid y 1.25 a day for the time he was detained in Jail. a fU CANT ENJOY LIFE with sore, tour, bloated stom ach. Food doe not aouiiih. Weed i it tource oi missy, causing paint, belching, dizxineu and head aches. , 1 The penoa with a bad stomach hould be unified with nothiog lex than permanent, lasting relict J The right remedy will act upon the linings of the stomach, enrich the blood, aid in csstiag out the eatuihal poisons and strengthen visry bodily (unction. J The Urge number of people who g have successfully used Dr. Hanmao's a famous medKii.rexcTi mended lor aQ catarrhal conditions, offer the strangest possible endorsement for H SEBYiCE FIFTY YEARS ., TABLET I OR LIQUID SOLD KVIIYWHER( H. Broxton. associate Editor of the "West Virginia Courier," delivered the opening address at the big Court I. ouse mass meeting last Friday night. rr .11 .. .llp.lni, nnlm I fni I lie nuuicnn n wt-nimo r - - - - Justice to all American citizens and was roundly appiauaea ay mo irn concourse of people present. k . ' " I.HillTS GASOI.INW IIY MISTAKE! III. ow n iiniutuir ninuun, r Tnlv -A Menrv Tinner went to a white grocery store last Wednesday afternoon and bought a can or wnat ne peuwveu i" m ici sene. Later when Turmr was hurled through ft window ai nis noma iui- 1 . . ... I .. ,r a iIdvbuI r ir Avnlnsion. It WSI learned he had purchased gasoline In- , nf b.niwn, THa man Will more scared than hurt. The police ftre in vestigating the matter. SAN ABiGEl.O. MNCOLJV WILL NOT GET All). STATU- type, but tho blending together of tn.Any diwUnct Clements. No one of the re oolr.i tlmt have come from Kurope li), our nhores is devoid of qualities ; at can enrich 0'ir common heritage and some have already contributed gr;"il.v thereto. ''in ih blending of Un.se different grovtm our collegia, where voung men of ull kindf. mingle in ct anion pur.'UiitH ond share common iulorests and ambitions, can render an tndia pottsrtbln service. B'lt this blending, tho removal of antagonisms, the sof eiiHiB'Of lines of demarcation, will not'Uiko place, riisc, unions we K.jcog. tiir.h- ch f.icts as they are and In the facts include tho particular tempera (tents of the gro'ip and, second, un- l"n we study ttoso facts ".rith Mind nnwarped by any desire save to f roi-Kite the real velfure of every K roup, to leave out r sight the In totcNls of any proup whatever to fall to ciiisiiit members of that group anil, soeonil, unlens we study thosa fuels wilh a mind unvrarpud by any (''.-.ire auve to promote the real wel ( iio of every group. To leave out of ainlit the Interests of any group what ever, to fall t' Consult members of that group about Its Interest!-, would be wrnnst. To shut the eyes to an netu.il problem of this I inii and Ignore tin vixUtcsce, ft to refuse to grapple flith it eouroireourilv! would be ua worthy of a university." Thank. I desire to thank all the citixens who cast their votes In favor of the Issuance of bonds for the purpose of erecting a building for the Colored school. Especially do I commend Col. C. C. Walsh and Commissioner W. D. Holcomb for their Interest and advice, and also the special committee of Colored citizens composed of Revs C. C. Hammond, S. H. Winston, Mesiirs. H. A, Knox, W. S. Chretien and U Phelps. I feel that your support was a duty weJI performed. Respectfully submitted, - CONDUCTOR KILLED IN CHICAGO. (By A. N. P.) Chicago, 111., July 6. Morris Puller, ft young Negro, shot and killed ft street car conductor, Jesse Goman, Inst Monday afternoon during ft quar rel about Fuller's fare. Ollle Reed, a NegTO, followed Fuller after he had leaped from the car and captured him in a nearby saloon and held him cap tive until the ftrrlvftl of the police. RIO (illANDR FLOODS CAUSE (.UK AT DAMar.H. - Ttrownvllle, Texs, July . The Rln Grande River floods are causing mu-'h loss of property and a great deal of suffering among the Colored people in this section of the State. Many of these folks live In the river bottoms and operate farms, and the flood has brought , them great losses in crops. SINGER SEWING MACHINE NEW AND SwiiUND-HAND. We buy, sell, rent and repair any make. Our prices leas. No dovs town high rent. GEO. . WATTON, T 6916 Phones ,.T 2404 1716 St, Louis St, TUSllfcT!K TKUSTftKS hold ivsicet. (Ry A, N. P. (llyAJt P.I liy a U. Xiatcli'man. St. Louis. MoJuly S. lly a recent ruling of the SuSMnue Court of this state, Lincoln Uiilversltyvlll not be abbe to avail Itself of a $500,000 ap propriation, because or the tricky working of th- bill originating in the state senate and introduced by Sena tor DlodKett of thlB city. The lllod gott biil was passed by both houses In place of a bill introduced In tho Housn of Representatives by Repre sentative Walthall Aloore, who fought hard for leglslatici making Lincoln Institute a university and anDronri- Btlng money for its maintenance. The lllndgMt bill provided that the money should be paid out of ''h. j .inappro- pnaiea portions or the piii.nj school fund." The ' t? tpreme Court declared this Illegal because the Constitution does not give the' legislative authority to approprlaie money out of the Public School fund, this fund being open only to the public schools of the siato ami the University of Missouri. It Is now possible that the Constitutional Convention now in session will cor rect this condition. , Lincoln I'niversity still has a legal existence, as the Legislature has pow er to create as many universities as It chooses, but under present con ditions money for their maintenance will have to t drawn from the penor al revenue. ' here Is an 'additional fund of o.na $310,000 available for the school, but It is probabie that the state ftudilo. will request an opinion t.s to who has autlioi-if to draw upon it, tn tre beiiiK doubt in some quarters tij to who Is In ft ithor.ty ss Curators, .t question wblen was not before the cou.-t as erroneously report ed In the dupy press. One of the lodges of the Supremo Court .'s "aid t. have expressed doubt privately on t!ils point. Any question aa to .their authority would also rai.ie a serious lpsue as to tho suit Instituted by the.n through which the state hoped to In validate a deal by which the school came lni, possession of a larce tract of land ludor the Gardner appointees. DALLAS EXI'IIKSS , I'tR. COM 'ANY,' -, Merl'erbijis Crlatlng end Ueelarnlnsj Nov Yoili, N. V.. Julv . The An mini Mcetln.T of V!e Trustees ef the Tunhogee Normal arid- Iniluet rlulVlnstl liillon wni I'ehi yofitci'ri;iy Af!he Trus tees of tlie TuakeKree Nort.ial and In tulion was held yesterday at the gen eral rdocnl ion bonrd roo. s, fit liroacs w;iy. William O. Wilcox, f M-mer presi dent of the Hoard of L-liicatlon of 7-, nv Y ork and . Chairman of the In stitute Triit"u lirard, preelded. Oth er r-cte link trustees pr in,, were I'unl H. Warburg and V lliam. Jay fi. i.l iriclm. r 'i ii i nxnua.1 reiiort of Prlnclnat RnliV e f If fi.t.-n uluj.yi'd continued growth ftr'i fur dm' I'ii'I t LOS ANf.f:i.r.( FniTort is sitor Chlcngo, nj.. July 6.-jron. Frederick M. Roberts, rdkj.os Ahgeles. was ft windy city visitor TlThrweek. Mr. Rob erta, who edits the Los Angeles "New Age" and directs a large and prosu poro'is undertaking establishment In addition to his duties as ft member of the stste legislature, was en route to tho golden west from New Orleans, whore he had gone to meet the exe cutive committee of the National Bap tist Convention and arrange for their Auctisi session In Los Angeles. A DIE SUITH SINGS FOP The Record of Quality :, s -: : 1 X '-vij TWO OF HER BEST yr(.Tlnjrj's Only One Man, jWearln' Away thj Blues, While in Chio. hn railed of iiiwion ei too worn along with I .ppomntiox " JU, "Chicago Uefendcr," "id niaiked economics of ad-The Whlo," Trie Nile Queen, ani the t'ori. A. N. I' nfflr'(a. renenrinu- I 'lb- si-m of 1M5.000 was i proiK':- iiiic'ntances. nd othsr. noliit. of in. eit -r current expenses of the I terists. ... I-'"'. ff 801ft year, and $150,000 fori . . l f r-ri-m-.M ii'ip overnei , IncluUinir (..Chicago. July . Editor Willis Coi of ti v ,l(,-mitnrv fr.r hoy. . j the 'Loulnvllle Leader," with Ins, '' n trust.". i a-ho rteniied charming b-lde of a week, were popu v "" Ju'i.m 1(oenwnld of .Chicago, Ir.r Chicago visitors this w -ek Mr' ( ''' s f-J. Vlnrfiis of '.'oston. w. M. Ocle Is a champion of the Lfneoln po-: S o); . :,i I',l,li:!pi.:u. Ja-mJ tTrvhnr a, litlcnl psrty, which m4e its appear. I Syracuse, m.iKeHee Insti- once with ail Co.ored cmdMatna lit. '' i.ficiuli prow lit included Prlncl- fall predicts hct through this lae ' :t-',. Warren I.o,rsu I'lv.n surer. Itiotl the f.ioup there will finally win K ! .,vl.r. M'-r'.un. al nii-ectoi-.-C. recognition. " w " '::,-"o, ' ' 1 1 " t ccotmtnnt, and A.' i . S'i'-i'f Uti y of tlie !3iatJ. I Charleston, ' W. Ve, July . Richard Pa Little ' "C I Want a Kind Treatment Jatiy Klsa OTHER LATF. HITS 7r Statrf Street Blues, 'C v'lrglnla Blues,"' 75 V Muscle Shoals Blues, 1 She Walked Right Up. 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The stock is selling at one Hundred Dollars (1100.00) per- share, and the sale of It has already passed our expectations. mis is tlie rirst time in the his tory of Texas to the knowledge of the writer that the Colored people have had a chance to nuv atnnk. In n dm Line Insurance ' Company, with Its home office In Texas, an enterprise organised by Colored men, wltb and for the Colored people. . we need not say, to buy stock In' an Old Line Insurance Company, is not a safe Investment for the people. The country knows better. There Is no reason why anyone who Is making as mucn aa ren isiv.uu) Dollars per week should now own aa much as one of these shares, as - long as they last. We are capitalizing ror Twenty-five Thousand (t25.000.00) Dollars and anyone who la able to pay Ten (110.00) Dollars, Fifteen (115.00) Dollars, or. Twenty-five s2fi.- 00) Dollars down, and pay that share out within eight months, should treat themselves to as much as one share. 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What say you about it men of the fieldsT Cvery Insurance man wbo expects to Btay in the business, and who would like to become superintendent of this town or that town tn the state of Texas, answer this AD with a Money Order for one or more shares. It Is the purpose of the official to scatter the stouic over the State of Texas, as much as we can and as long as it lasts. I am now wondering how many Insurance men will answer thla AD and send In a payment on shares, or send the One Hundred ($100) dollars and receive a certificate for one.two, or as many shares, as you can manage. How would you like to become Superin tendent with an Old Line Company that Issued weekly sick and accident policies, monthly policies, ten and twenty pay life, ordinary, and in fact all the popular forms of policies, and open up Dallas, Houston. Waco, Gal. veston, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Sherman. Denlson, Marshall, Tyler. Temple in fact all the towns In Texas. 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Every HOME, OFFICE and SCHOOL should hav noma of th"!9 hanging on their walls.' Every soldier and ex-service man should have one of COL YOUNG. Show your race pride. Sl ow your appreciation ior the sacrifices Made by these men that yours might be recognized as a race among races 8END IN YOOR ORDER AI ONCE AGENTS WANTED WRITE FOR SPECIAL TERMS ' The Doiiglas Specialties Co (Dept. U) PUBLISHERS 8548 Vernon Ave, " Chicago, I1L ! S!WWW' A '' "V '5" V " " ' ' -I V 1 t.y j .'V 7