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RACE NOTABLES IN LIMELIGHT 3 No.' if EDOUARD SCOTT. No. 2: ROBERT L. VANN. No. 3: MISS HALLIE Q. BROWN. No. 4: WILSON LOVETT. No. 5: EUGENE KINCKLE JONES. ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey —Arrangements have now been completed for what is probably the most distinguished reception committee that has ever greeted girls of our Group in American history. With the acceptance of Mr. Wil son Lovett, distinguished Bank President of Louisville, Kentucky, a total of five truly notable in dustrial and professional leaders have signified their intention of greeting' Miss Golden Brown of America and her sister beauties, in this city on October 9th and 10th. Mr. Lovett, who is one of the financial leaders of our race, was one of the principal speakers at the recent celebration at the dedi cation of the new office building of the Supreme Life and Casualty Company, at Columbus, Ohio, and is in constant demand as an after dinner speaker. Miss Brown, who is as well known in Scotland and England, as in the United States, is one of the most distinguished educators and forceful Chautau qua speakers among our Group. Besides her great work in the cause of temperance, and her fa mous “Sunday lectures, Miss Brown has endeared herself to thousands by her arduous and long continued labors as a member of the faculty of Wilberforce Col lege in Ohio. Mr. Edouard Scott, another member of the International Golden Brown Beauty Committee, has been asked to serve by Madame Mamie Hightower, be cause of his well known achieve ments as a Rembrandt of race ar tists, a master wielder of brush and pen, whose love of beauty and high ideals are apparent in every one of hi3 master pieces. Mr. Eugene Kinckle Jones, the Execu tive Secretary of the National Ur ban League, is too well known as a publicist and writer for further comment to be necessary, and his recent acceptance of Madame Hightower’s reo.uest to serve in the cause of beauty assures both his fellow judges and the fortu nate girls who win the Golden Brown Beauty Contest the rare I privilege of association and con tact with one of the most 'intel ligent and earnest men of the Race. From the Fourth Estate comes the famous fifth member of the committee, Robert L. Vann, a member of the legal staff of the City of Pittsburgh, and the Editor of the great Pittsburgh Courier, which both because of its definite and determined editorial policies and its excellent news service, has become a part of the daily life of thousands of our Group, both in the City of Pittsburgh itself, and in surrounding towns in Pennsyl vania and Maryland, and still.fur ther away. Besides the quintet of race notables, the five girls receiving the highest number of votes in the National Golden Brown Beauty Contest will be sent to Atlantic City by the Golden Brown Chem ical Company, ?nd will each be given a gorgeous trousseau. The girl receiving the most votes dur ing the entire contest, which ends September 15th at midnight, will be crowned Miss Golden Brown of America, and will win, besides the trip and the trousseau, a luxurious Hudson Super-Six Coach. According to terms of the con test, the next forty-eight girls (the leader in each State in the Union) will each receive a dazzling dia- < mond ring. The idea of the contest was con ceived by Madame Hightower, in order to find the most beautiful girls of our Group in every State of the Union, and to suitably honor them and pay them homage. From 50 to 100 votes are packed with each of the Golden Brown Beauty Preparations (which have been such a boon to the girls and wo men of the Group in the further most corners of our country, as well as in the teeming centers.) Lately, further interest among the hundreds of lovely girls en tered has been stimulated by the. announcement of Madame High tower of a number of cash and other valuable special weekly prizes each week beginning July 20th. The whole nation seems to be talking of this crowning suc cess of Madame Hightower’s long careex. » ___-_-_-r— i ---* Ci> U7Y VRC (Successor to • P* MrA ■ A. Hayes ^ Son) 727 N. 2d St., Richmond, Va. LATEST IMPROVEMENTS IN FUNERAL EQUIPMENT. Automobiles Furnished for Funerals, Social Affairs or Short or Long Distance Trips—Fine Caskets—Chapel Service Free. Country Orders Solicited—Prompt and Satisfactory Service Phone Mladison 2778. Day or Nisht Calls Answered Promptly. day PHONE, RAN. 4903 W, A. 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Henry Peace .resides with out effect, it fo ordered that he do appear here within ten days after due publication of this order, and do( what is necessary to protect his in terests in this suilt, A Copy: Teste: E. M. ROWELLE, Clerk. J. THOMAS HEWIN. p. q. |INDIAN PRINCESS MINNIE HAWK If you are troubled with any aches or pains, especially Rheumatism, I twill rub‘ i|t out with CHIEF BIG BEAR INDIAN OIL If vou are troubled with Indigestion i mf INDIAN ROOT will cure you. , Try my Indian Building Tonic—Try jmv Blood and Liver Purifier—Try my Johnson & Morris, Indian Corn Out—Try my Hair Grower. nManufactured by MINNIE HAWK, | 802 Constant St., Tampa, Fla. j 117-1*19 W. 142nd St.. New York. IPalm Read ug Free, Send 65c for a bottle of RUBBING OIL. postage in- , eluded. Sole Agent: 'WEBB’S DRUG STOREv Tampa, Fla. Norris Confectionery B. W. Morris. Proprietor Cigars. Tobacco, Soft! Drinks’ Confectioneries; Ice Cream. Bread. Pies, Etc. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED. Phone Madison '6925. lot EAST LEIGH STREET Richmond. Va. AN ANNOUNCEMENT. The Goodwill Baptist Church, 410 N. Monroe street is a new unit to the Baptist Church; with a very broad program. Rev. W. E. Ball, pastor invites the public and his many friends to worship Sunday, August 8th. 11:30 A. M. and 8:30 P. M. Communion, 1st Sundays, 3:30 P. AI. Sunday School, 10!:00 A. AI. Special music. All are Invited. REV. W. B. BALL, Pastor, F. BALL. Clerk. --- -—--- I —The Capital Photograph will be j distributed to any licensed merchant throughout the State, at wholesale price. Notify The Pianet Office or L. Dickerson, Nesting, Ya. From $5.00 to $500.00! reward will ba given for any substantial improve ment on the machine. The improve ment must be considered by L. Dickerson. You pay as you drive. Mr. R. B. Haynes has automobiles toi serve Sou. His demands hare been so, eavy that be has signed a contract for another big deftyrery of oars.* Read his advertising announcement. His number is 403 N. 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