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u an North rowta >tr—a. JOHN MITCHELL, JR..,..BDITOH u! communication Intend* Ux *nold be afc.1 to ranch at by Wete>mnay. _ I Entered «i the fort Offloe at Richmond. * irgiQia. u ieeood daa matter. .:..* *-w til Mouth* . M rbree Months . foreign *;hecriptim .. p^relen AdvertiwJ* Representative, W. B. 'iff Company. W '<earbon» Street. Chicago; »*1 Victoria Building. 8t. Louia, Mo : ‘*0 Lougaore Building, Ne* York. __ —- —t SATURDAY. .NOVEMBER 24. H'2S __ _______« LEADER BEN DAVIS’ OBSERVATIONS We have read with much interest, not unmixed with more amusement, the first page display announcement in the Atlanta Independent, under the capt on, ‘Dr. Work and John Raskob Call the Roll and Double dealers, Double crossers and Mercen tairius are Exposed." The informa tion given is entitled to first page consideration, in chat it discloses the fact that colored leaders have proven apt imitators of the ways of white politicians. When a ‘’'bunch” of colored poli ticians of ordinary cal bre and in to'Ugence, so fUr as educational abil hy goes, rbstract from the coffers of the Democratic Party of the country Ninety-e ght Thousand, Six Hundred and Four DBUaxs and’"Four Cents during the period of a campaign lasting from eight t0 twelve weeks, we must admit that they are adepts at the political. bus ness an.d fihow up in a most ridiculous light our great and good friend John R. Haw-. kins, who worked with the district understanding that no political rec ognition in the matter of polit’dal appointments would come to either h m or his friends and no money would be given to* him fox the ser vices he rendered to the great Re publican Party of the Nation. What he failed to obta’n however, was secured by his associate and friend, the Rev. ReverdybC. Ransom ;o the tune of five thousand dollars. Dr. Ransom fc; Bishop in the A. M. E. Church and for this reason, Brother Dav $. thinks he should re s!gn. Robert J. Nelson is accredited with hav rg received >1 1.300 and $1 2UQ for h:? personal use. Broker Hawkins and Brother Holsey would not take the money for themselves, but hey were kind euough to let Bishop Ransom share in th<> expend itures. Ben Dav 3 says that Bishop Ran som insisted that he did not get any money for his services. It is up to him to toll just what he did with the five thousand dollars to the end that we may know who got the money that he signed for as having rece’ved for himself. But then the campaign is over and whose busi- _ ness is it anyhow as to where it went? One thing we know. !f a leader of Bishop Ransom’s calibre and ability got the money and a person ! ke Robert J. Nelson of the Washington Eagle signed .he pay check. you could well afford to kiss both the check and the money, “Goodbye, Sally 4nn fet I am gone.’’ Both of them know how to spend money and it was a log timate political transaction. So far as we ’ are concerned, in view of the atti tude of both parties iu declining to accord recognition to Negroes in the maliter of political offices, we would not have cared, if the parties had expended a million dollars for the work done by the political Ne sro leaders of the country’ “And there ye at^e’” I l RESERVED SEATS FOR COLORED AT AUDITORIUM CONCERTS. " An entire section of the balcony nt the City Auditorium has been reserved for colored people for .he series of four Artists’ Concerts to be given this season by The Corley Company, it is announced. The con certs will be offered at the same popular price-scale inaugurated la?1* year by the News Leader, and the balcony seetior includes 25c. 50c and 75c seats. The series opens next Monday evening. November 30th. with Law rence Tibbett. celebrated operatic and concert baritone whose Orst ap pearance w th the Metropolitan Op ora Company created a sensation. The Revellers, favorite radio and record quartet, accompanied by Frank Black, pianist, will follow on February 12rh. S’grid Onegin, fam ous mezzo-soprano, who sang here last season with great success and BOSQUE LAUREL and MAIN Tuesday Wednesday BEBE DANIELS THE "FIFTY FIFTY GIRL Its a Paramount Picture and 100 per cent. Entertaining Thursday Friday Saturday PATHE PRESENTS ROD LA ROGQUE HOLD ’EM YALE A THANKSGIVING SPECIAL 1400 SEATS FOR OUR COLORED PATRONS. who is sa d to possess a voice of the widest range of any artist on the concert stage, is hooked for March. 14th. The season c oses April 4‘.h. with Paul Kochanski,, eminent Pol ish violinist, who .'ncludes ultra modern works as well as the favor ite old violin classics in h?s reper toire. Season tickets for the four concerts may be had now .'n the balcony sec tion at $1, $2. and $3 or single tick ets at 25c, 50‘c and 75c without tax. The general seat stale is now open at the Corley building. ft ftftSftftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft .* DEATHS REPORTED * a • The following is a list‘: of deaths cl' colored people reported to the Richmond Bureau of Health, from Noy.e.mber 13 to November 20, 1928 with age and date of death; Amanda W, Payne, age 70 years; 712 W. Clay St. November 11. Mary James, 92 years, 208 W Coutts .. St.; November 8. . • t, ; - - Joseph he Neal, 31 years; 3019 N St.; November 10. Silas Brown. Jr., 29 years; 2903 M St.; November 11. Ortho White* 29 years; R. F. D. Box 92; November 10. Mary Mosby, 11 years; 710 E. Leigh . . St.; November 13. Henrietta Stafford, 30 years; 522 N. ..7th St.; November 11 Sarah Evans, 70 years: 1003 St. James St.; November 13 Mary Smitr. 32 years: 731 N Ninth St.; November 12. A'niie Holmes, 36 years; 200'3 W. Clay St.; November 13. Julia A. Burford. 65 years; 320 S. Lombardy St.; November 14 Mary Russell. CO years; 810 N. 1st St.; November 16. James R. 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