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Roanoke News
ItOANOK'B, VA.? September 5.?
Mrs. Charles iGlen Wallace, of Detroit,
Michigan is visiting her mother
Mrs. Alice Gilbert, 111 Harrison
Avenuo, N. W. She Is accompanied
by her littlo son. She its a natlvo
Virginian. ller maiden naino was
Duello Gilbert. They will leavo for
home tlie latter part of the week.
Mr. A. II. Carrington, of Cloverdale,
Va. died September at tho
ago of 93 years. IIo was a deacon
of the Clovordalo Baptist Church and
father of l'rof. S. T. Carrington,
lie was faithful to the end,.
Mrs. J. it. Tinsley, of Harrison
Avenue, N. W. left for Detroit, Mich,
last week.
Mrs. Sopluia Powell, of Norfolk-*
Va. is in tlio city snonding some time
\vill? her sister, Miss Maggio Dehaven,
of Seventh Avenue. Sho also
viisited llocky Mount, tho liomo of
lior childhood and Boone's Mill. She
loft for home Tuesday night.
j
Miss Rebecca Richards, of Pulaski,
Va. is lin tho city visiting Mr.
and Mrs_ Armstead Washington, of
304 Seventh Avonuo, N. W.
Mn, and Mi't>. William Martin, of
Sixth Avenue, N. W. and Baby
Doll Foster left Saturday for Baltimore,
Philadelphia, and Washington.
They will visit Mrs. Silllio Walker
of Washington. She is residing with
her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Bowman
i
Mrs. Arthur Chambers and daughter.
Miss Luella. left the city Sunday
afternoon for Brooklyn, N". Y., where
they will make thoir future home.
'Mr. James Wooden and Mr. Richard
Burks of Ninth Avenue, N, W .
returned this morning froin a short
Irin of ftVur dnvs to Norfolk and
Portsmouth.
i
' Mr. Asioro Davils, of Columbus,
Ohio was in tho city last week vis itin/?
his brother on Ninth Avenuo.
Attorney Rood, of Portsmouth was
in the city last Sunday and visited
Mt. Zion A. M. ID. Church.
Rev. George Lee, of 505. cor nor of
Fifth Avonuo and Park Street, is
quite feeble at this writing.
Mr. Harvey Dudley, of Center
Avonuo and Third Street died Monday.
'The remajins will he taken to
Ro|cky Mount for intermont Wednesday.
illo lingered for many years.
Little Willie Walking, of High
St root, has been quiito sick with a
fovor, but is much better at this
writing.
Please accept our sincero thanks
for tho beautiful gifts and cordiial
good wishes which you sent us on
our reception day.
?Mr. and Mrs. Pierce.
MT. ZION A. M. E. CHURCH.
Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church is sailing
under high sails. Rev. C, G.
Hatcher, 1"). D., of Dothan, Ala., tho
father of our pastor, is preaching
oach night in revival services. Ho
is a voico in the wilderness. Roanoke
is stirred over his groat power
and faith. Mr Lewi's came to tho
parsonage Monday seeking tho light
and was happily converted. Come
with us.
'Rev. James S. Hatcher drove to
Christiansburg, Va. last Sunday A.
M. and delivered "a most excellent
fiormon to tho Women's Congress,
which is in session there this week.
This congress is composed of dolegates
of white and colored iwomon
from more than twenty States in
the union. Dr. Hatcher spoke to
them on tho subject of "The Secret
of Enduranco," using Matthew 5:5
as a text.
Mrs. Winsborough, tho superintendent
of Woman's Department of
tho Presbyterian Church (white) and
Prof. Long, who secured tho sorviee
of Dr. Hatcher said that the sermon
was a masterpiece.
Dr. Hatcher will lecture in
Christiansburg on tho 17th.
Como to Mt. Zion.
AMERICAN CORPORATION DOING
BUSINESS IN AFRICA.
I
Itoport Indicates tRjichncss of Country
Mr. Chappollo, Native of Pittsburgh
Pa., Spent Many Years In Africa.
Makes Report. White Capitali&t
Send Man There to Check Up Mr
Chappello's Repol't. Most of Sioov
holders Are American Negroes.
I
(Preslon News Service.)
Sccondee, Gold Coast, West Africa,
Agu. 1.?While Marcus Garvoy is plan
ning to come to this rich country ami
.take it by force, Mr. Chappellc
right here on the jot), quietly doing
business wifch capital raised In th*>
.United States. The African Union
Coimpany was organized a few years
ago by leading colored men and women
in t.lin TTnitrd StnJf>? wlin onw
tho commercial possibilities, and tlio
company has been doing a splendid
transportation business for some tijno.
Last fall Mr. Chappelle returned to
tho United States anrt reported the
possibilities of doing a tremendous
business if sufficient capital was avail
able. He secured American markets
for the products of Gold Coast. It <s
claimed that large manufacturing cor
poratlons in this country wanted to
know if Mr. Chappolle could suppij
tJio materials he claimed. When Mr.
Chwppolle and several American Negroes
sailed for Africa last May two
white men representing big interests
In this country accompanied them.
Ono was Mr. Pox of the MontgomeryWard
Company of Chicago and tho
other Mr. J. W. Crow of a large brok
errrro firm of that city.
Mr. Crow was nsked to report Impar
t iaAly on what he found, and tho prospects
of w^at. the African Union Conm
I>any might be able to do'In Africa.
Mm??i
Hero is his first lottor to Dr. J. E
Hunks, A mb rid gel, Pa., of tiro Amorl'
can Society of Civil Engineers:
"Dear Mr. Hanks:?I promised \\
write you from Africa, also tu supply
you with something In the way of n
casual report, soon as possible artv?
arriving In Secondec.
"As you are doubtless aware, wv.
wore delayed over a month in Liver
. pool, therefore, liuvo been hero only
since July 11th. Therefore, we have
. circulated around but very slightly
I everyone's time, seeming to bo rcquh
i cil in organizing the Socondeo office
land activities. Ilowevor, we have at
I compLislicd a very great deal and have
. learned enough to convince us that
Mr. Chappelle (lid not and could not
I toll half the story, and that wo havt
not only verified all representation*
ho did make, and beyond any per ad
venture, but lmve become firmly coti
i vinccd that it is most wonderful conn
i try in its wealth and native resource?
' on tho face of tlie globe?barring
none. Every phase so extraordinary
and so far beyond our expectations
(that, we are more and more amazed
ns the (lavs no l?v niul Ili<> rpoiios niwl
incidents passing review before out
< wondering gaze.
"For instance, wo closed negotiations
only today, with one of I ho load
ing chiefs (I should say King, for
that is his ofllcial relation to his pco'
pie having 30 ortO chiefs under him.)
Mr nil minerals, gold, silver, manganose,
timhor; palm oil and other pro*
ducts on 1200 square milos of ternttn-y.
Preliminary conV'racts for which
are hoing drafted at this hour. This
concession of itself, is ample basis
for (ho entire African Union capitalization.
Not to mention 20 other chiefs
who have granted similar concessions
The African Union Company will soon
entend over half the entire Cold
, Coast territory as to all timber, min
oral and other products; siTnco tlv
chiefs who have not been in to see TVIi*
Cliappolle have sent word they were
com Pug.
' "Thet;e concessions, are for OS
> years and aro absolutoly priceless.
You can take any representation Mr.
Chappelle has made, multiply same
by two and stfll have a margin left
I for conservatism'.
I Tho climato and (ho people art
uquiiuy inui voious. wo navo worn oui
' American clothing, suits, ctc., in pel
, foet comfort by day and liavo slept un
der lieavy woolen blankets at night
just, the Identical same conditions as
at I/os Angeles, California, in so fai
, as delightful climatic conditions art
Icdnccrncd. The nnitives have all peo
| pics beaten as to physique and physii
cal fitness, that any of us lmvo evei
seen?all aro perfect and commanc
tour unstinted praise and admiration,
i After this year the African Unioi
> Company should make 100 per cent 01
jits entire capitalization annually.
The company lias already boon gl^
en 125 mahogany logs to market wit I
not a dollar of advance.money requir
I ed, except freight necessary to rc:
them to ship side. Today other par
f.ies came in an dvoluntarily offere<
( 10,000 mahogany logs on the same coi
: ditj'.ons. The company shipping
j markets on their own account, deduc
' ing all expenses from proceeds ant
| splitting profiits. Of itself, a snug lit
tie fortuno, if prices aro fair.
| Yours vory sincerely,
(Signed) J. W. CROW
i
i FIRST MT. OLIVE NOTES.
Newtown, Va.. Sept. 5.
I Mr. W. D. Gresham, State super
j visor of Negro education for th<
State of Virginia, spoke at Mt. 01iv<
yesterday.
I Mr. W. M. Dabncy stuck a nail ii
his foot several days ago.
\ Mr. Geoi'ge Lotney left for Alex
! andria a few days ago.
: Mr. Wilson Rawlings had his hanc
{severely mashed while working at r
. sawmill.
j Mrs. Maud Washington, of Philadelphia,
is spending some time with
, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hill
j Mrs. Bell Baylor has been siclc.foi
several days. She is a little improved
j now.
j Miss Lilly Taylor is spending some
| time with her parents.
I Mrs. P. P. Hawes passed away last
Wednesday morning. The funeral
was conducted by her pastor, assist,
ed by Rev. G. P. Holmes.
i t t.i 1? i ---
I lino. AJiviiiKI iiaivcy IlJIrt Ut'tMl UU
the sick list for several days.
Miss Brooke Holmes left for Washington
this morning.
[homestead grays have fine
record for month.
(Preston News Service.)
* Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 8.?The
l Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh's lead|
ing semi-pro ball club, have amassed
'a wonderful record for the past senjson.
The club payed 29 games during
the month of August. Out of
I these they won 22, tied six and lost
(one. With such men as Lefty Wili
liams, Canady and Owens on the
jpitching staff; Win Harris, My Ilari
ris, Hap Allen and .Tap Washington
| on the infield; with Young and Johnson
on the receiving end; and an outI
field composed of Moody, Marshaw,
I Brown and any one of the pitchers
I able to fit in utility roles, the club,
I under the active management of
1 "Cum" Posey, is playing the greatest
; ball of its carccyI
' :
I ' e'
'jack johnson-dempsey fight
I in mexico considered.
I (Preston News Service.)
Mnvicn Snilf ft A nc ni'flilld
I mvA.vv
(to reports reaching here from Cali,
fornia, James C. Coffroth, fight promoter,
left last Wednesday for New
| York City, where ho is to confer with
Jack Kearns regarding a fight between
Jack Dempsey and Jack John[
son here next October. It is said that
Coffroth will not attempt to promote
a bout in the bull ring, but that he
! will confer with Kearns on the possibility
of arranging a fight between
the champion and the ex-heavyweight
champion.
It is also reported that several local
business men have already communicated
with Kearns in this connection,
and assured Kearns of theii
j support for a fight between the twe
heavyweights. Local sport fans thinlthat
the match will be a great drawing
card.
THE RIOHM
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L. J. H A
Manufacturer of Pi
TO RELIEVE ALL DISI
220 W. BROAD STREET,
DO YOU LOV]
If so, call niul boo L?. J. HAY DEN,
220 W. Droiul Street. My medicine*
1 mattor what your disease, sicknctfct o;
, to perfect health. I uso nothing hut
lofives; seed; berries; flowerB and p
relieved thousands that havo givon ur
MY MEDICINES CURE T11.E FOI
1 Blood, Kidney, Bladder; Pilen In any
Dyspepsia; Indigestion; Constipation
and aches of any kind, Cold*, Brouchlc
i Sonoations; Femalo Comnlalnts. I,nOrl
, llolls; Cancer in lta worst form wlthou
Pimples on fncc and body, Dinbotos of
! My medlclnos rollovo any disease, no
refunded.
Medicines sent nnywhero. For
on L?. J. 1IAYDI0N, 220 West Broa i
Richmond, Ya. July 8, 1916.
A pcrfcct cure has been olTected
by L. J. Hayden's Puro Herb Medici
net*. After waiting thlrteon years
and have not su ft oral from tho
horriblo dlsonse, Gravel, I desire te
make a statement to L.. J. Ilayden:
Thirteen years ago twelve leading
physicians of my city troated me for
! Kidney troublo and gravol without
tho dosired benefit. Thoso doctors
advised mo to be operated or, as that
' was tho only cliauco for xno. 1 was
' advised to go and get somo of L. J.
[ ^Taydeu's Horb MedJcino and try bo
f<?ro being operated on. I did ?o,
' and In twenty four hours after using
* his medicines I passed at len^t a
half dozen gravel, somo as big as a
! largo poa. Stnco that tlmo I havo
not suftore<l wlj?b tho gravol. I
1 highly recommend Ij. J. Hayden's
medlcino to all suffering humanity.
I am. J. A. PAGE,
i 4 Auburn Avo., Richmond Va.
I
! AMERICANS SPREADING ANTINEGRO
PROPAGANDA IN EU,
ROPE.
' "Wherever a certain class of
' American tourists go in Europe they I
continually and industriously en}
deavor to convince Europeans that
' the Negro in the United States is ig
' norant, criminal, vicious and above
all a rapist, ever ready to criminally
I assault white women and restrained j
. only by sheer brute force in the form
i of lynching," was the statement made
\ today by Arthur T. Long, principal
of a large public school in Indian,
apolis, Ind., who has just returned!
j after spending more than two months
in France, Germany, Italy and
I Switzerland, according to announccment
by the National Association for (
" the Advancement of Colored People. I
1 "They never tell .of the decent,
1 self-respecting, progressive colored
' people," Mr. Long continued, "the I
L best that they ever say is usually
i some story about a 'good darky' or
t a 'coon.' Unfortunately, this work
has been carried on so extensively'
that it is being felt in countries
. where a .few years ago there was no
thought of race prejudice. Americans,
spending lavishly, are naturali
ly catered to by French, German and
other merchants and business men.
Thus economic pressure is making
people free from prejudice bow to
American racial bitterness."
? "On the other hand, there seems
; to me to be considerable knowledge
in Europe of the facts about the race j
i problem in America. Largely due
to the attemnt of America to nssnmo
. I the moral leadership of the world as
well as the financial mastery. Euro1
peans consider the race question in
i America and the burning alive of
human beings to be the acid test of
. the genuineness of American moral
i ideals. Europe wants to know the
, real facts about the race problem in
America, and it is to bo regretted
I that there seems to bo no adequate
means at present of getting the real
> truth before Europe.'' i
"All Americans who go to Europe
can be divided, with only a few ex- i
I ceptions, into two classes. One of
. these is that group I have already
spoken of?those who deliberately
i spread lies about the Negro. The
other class is composed of those who
say nothing about the problem. Very
few white Americans ever take the
time or the trouble to tell the truth,1
even if they themselves know it. It
is a sad but true fact, that in all the'
; time 1 was in Europe the only really
good things said about the Negro
were said by Frenchmen and Englishmen."
|
') Mr. Loner was asked about, tho
truth of the charges made in the
United States Senate on August 31st
by Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska,
that French colored troops were committing
excesses on German women
in the occupied zones. He repied: "I
was in Germany two weeks and dur-.
ing that time, though I was at Mayence
where French troops arc quar- ]
jtered, ns well as at Cologne where
j the British troops are stationed, and
k at Coblcnz where the American
forces are, I never heard one word
of any such charges. It does seem to
me that if there had been the slightest
grounds for such charges I would
have at least have gotten an inkling
of it. The veal reason is easy to understand.
The Germans naturally
want the occupation forces removed.
They are wise enough to know that.
America's blind spot is her race prejudice,
and that an appea to that
race prejudice is the most potent argument
they can make to Americans,'
! especially when that appeal is made J
to the tune of a charge that black'
men are raping white women." |
' "Perhaps one of the most interest-'
i ing things I observed," Mr. Long con-,
tinued. "was the fact that Americans
. iu ~ i A ?:
its SUU11 <lr> tnu &I11|J It'll /VIIIU1 lUilll Mill
/ soem to feel that the ban of color
s was lifted and restrictions were res
moved. People who would not think
of treating colored people decently,
i in America for fear of exciting comi
ment or scorn actually became.
friendly and acted like human be-j
ings. My conclusion is that the at
mosphere of America is conducive to
race-hatred and Negro baiting?that
' the so-called race prejudice is not in>
herent at all, but is artificially cre^
ated and maintained as a sort of
fetish in the United States."
Mr. Long covered a great deal of
,
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? will relieve you, or no chargo, no
r affliction may bo, and rostore yon .
herbs, roots; barks; gum; balsams; I
lanbs in my medicines. Thoy have
i to die. |
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form; Vertigo; Quinsy; Soro Throat;
; Rliouraatism in any form; paine (
1,1 troubloa; Skin Diseases; all Itching!
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I wns cured of a very bad case of
Rhcuinautism by two bottloe of L.
J. Hayden's wonderful Herb Medicine,
after suffering a long time with
tho dreadful dis?nHO. 1 was unable
to move hand or foot, and after 1 1
had token threo dosea of tlio mod
icine I wns able to Kot out of mv
bed and walk across tho floor, and
only two bottles of the mcdlcdno ha*
mado mo a perfectly woll man In "
ovory respect. I oannot givo Mr. L. ;
J. Hayden too much praiso for what :
he has dono frvr 1110. I liavo soul
many other suffering ones to him,
and they have also gotten cured. My
daughter was also cured of RJiouma
tism and Indigestion by L. J. Haydon's
Herb Medicines at No. 220 W.
Broad Street, Richmond, Ya. I ro
commend Mr. L. J. Hayden as one
of tho greatest healers of tho sick
011 earth. Respectfully,
J. D. TAYLOR.
2419 E. Qraco St., Richmond. Va.
territory while abroad and tells most
interestingly tho story of his experiences.
WYTHEVLLIiE (VA.) NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller and Mr.i.
Susie Davis of 13ristol, Tenn., motored
to "NVylhovrJlo Sunday and were
the guests of Mis. Emma Wrench or.
Mr. and Mrs. C* IT. Longjloy, of
John sen City. Tenn., passed thru the
city Sunday en route to Richmond
and Norfolk.
Mrs. Carrie Colier and children of
Rural Retreat, wore tho week-end
guests of Mrs. Ella Brown.
Mr. Randall Austin, of Piney
motored to Wythovillo Sunday. ,
Mrs. Bessie Dylio made a flying
trip to Abingdon Sunday to visit her
mother, Mrs. Emma Austin.
Mrs. Trigg Robinson of Louisville,
Ky. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Caro
lino Carter.
Mr. Claudo Ilincs passed nway Saturday
after a lingering iflnoss, and
w.is huric'i Monday from Franklin St.
M. E. Church. Dr. W. W. Ward offloi-ated.
Ho was a member of th'o Smith
"Western Lodge No. 202 of (ho I. O. 01
G. S. and 1"). S. of Wytlieville.
The Sunday School picnic of (ho
Franklin St. M. 13. church, (he A. M.
E. church and tho Bethlehem Baptist
church were well attended and enjoy
ed by all.
Tho field day at the fnfr grounds i
was well attended and was a financial ?
success. Tho main feature was aj
game of hall between tho young ladies j
and boys under 15 which was well
played. Tho ladies winning 12 to 6.
The flame between Wythovillo and
Pulaski ball clubs resulted in a land i
slide for Pulaski. Score 14 to 2. Keep
it up Mrs. Hairston. I
Miss Ida Clark manager of Wyttui
villo was painfully injured.
Mrs. Estello B. Carter chairman of
tho Emergency Fund of the I. O. of
St. Imke gave tho members a reception
Thursday August 31st. All tho
delicacies of tho season were served, i
Mr .Tnmoa WToi?i\am *
10 wll u l null 10 nih
bed. Wo hope for him n speedy recovery.
Mr. Theo Bowen, Iteo Edward Gib-,
son, Mr. John Mart in and Mr. Wrench
er Sholby motored lo Wytheville
Thursday for field day. They were
accompanied back to Bristol by Mrs.'
IT. S. Tarter and Mrs. Clyde Perry, j
Mrs. TCI la Gibson who has boon Visit;
ing in Columbus Ohio stopped over It. j
Wythevlllc on her way home in Moun
tain City Tennessee. }
Mr, James A. Chapman subscribed !
to The Planet. Who wtill be the next.!
The entertainment. Riven at llit I
Baptist church September 4th for thobenefit,
of c4ub No. 4 under the direction
of Mrs. Gladys M. Hnirston was.
a success fromi every angle 1
Tho Mioses Tiillian. T^essie and .
Gladys Wilson were the Sunday guests j
of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Chapman,
and returned to Pulnskl on No. 30. j
Mr. and Mrs. TiOnie Chaflln gave a J
delightful entertainment Tuesday;
night. (
Mr. WlilHo Harper and Miss Annio
Brodie were married in Bristol, Tuos;
day. i
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Wanted.
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Two first class colored barbers foi !
wbito trade, $25.00 a week guarantee. |
Writo or wiro, EDMONDS AND ROB- j
INSON, IT. 10 S. George Streot, Cum-:
UU1 KllIU, 1V1VC . |
WANTED?Mon and women, (whito!
and colored. $15.00 and $25.00 week
and big commission. District Sales;
Mgrr., Salesmen, Agonts, Wanted, f?.
great opportunity for advancement. |
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VIRGINIA:? Ii? the Law nnd Equit:
29tli (lay of Juno 1922.
Court of tlio City of Richmond, tho
WILLIAM MCK. FIELDS, Plnintilt
against in Chancery
VIRGINIA A. MCK. FIELDS,
Defendant
Tho object of this suit Is to obtaii
an abseluto divorce from tho bond o'
matrimony for tho plaintiff from tin
ilofendant upon tho grounds of wllfu
and continuous desortion and nband
anmont for moro than threo year:
prior to tho commencement of thi>
suit.
And an affidavit having been mad<
filed that tiro defendant, Virglnir
A.nn McK. Fiblds, is not a resident ol
tho State of Virginia, it is ordered
that she do appear hero within ter
lays after duo publication of this or
lor and do what is necessary to pru
tcct her interest in this suit.
A Copy,
Teste: LUTHER LIBBY, Clerk.
3ILES B. JACKSON, P. Q.
maiNIAv?Iu tho Circuit Court ol
The County of Henrico, July lltli,,
1922.
[RENE JOHNSON, Plaintifl
vs. In Chancery
3EN JOHNSON, Defendant
Tho object of this suit is to obtain a
I Ivor co from tho bond of matrimony
>v tho plaintiff from tho defendant,
>n tho grounds of desertion and aban^
Ionment for more than three years
vithout causo, reason or oxcusc. And
iflldavit having been mado and filed
hat tho defendant lien Johnson,
lot a resident of tho State of Virginia
t is ordered that ho do appear hero
vithin ten days after duo publication
>f this order and do what is necessary
0 protect his interest in this suit.
Vnd that this order bo published onco
1 wook for four successive weeks tn
ho Planet a newspaper published in
ho City of Richmond, Va.
0. M. ROSCITER, Attorney.
1017 Bank Street.
A Copy.?
Teste: SAMUEL P. WADDILI,,
Clenv.
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