The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1922 Page: 8 of 8
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reached ly Prlnco Henry in hi pro-
grew i! ' -.m the cost.' Under his direc-
tion ft lint was conwiruoted on the
Hay of AiBuin to- the ouUi of Cape
Ular.c.i. and a few ytara later a Por-
luguea I'ompany was formed to carry
oo traiie with Gult-na coast peddler.
In t lives and gold. The first expedi-
tion mmH out by thin company 4roiiRht
back 100 Ni'kxo alave to Portugal
which brought i flattering price and
from that time or the African slave
'samnm-il first place In Portuguese
wmmci.w From this Incident the
f.HKului i'.ti was laid for the awful
sPa.vo ti.;d(s that brought the African
on the jtuitltet to aupply Kurope the
Inlands nd the 'American with their
slitvt'st. Aiti-r the death of Prince Hen-
ry lite explorations were pushed with
cneif;y until the whole of the West
Coat Ij'-cafne known and the Inlands
ailj.U'-nt thereto. In H83 a fort waa
coiiMt cucl.etl im the tClold coaat and
the l'..rtiiKtieo .flafi: waa hoisted In
token their aoverelKnty. For more
thanr hundred years thin storing
hold Ii-h1 to protect the traffic In
liumnn1 tuMnia. They continued their
expedit tn.ns intlt the navigators had
Biwf vr.iiind South Africa and landed
in li'.n It w due to the dnrlnsc
and dotted deter munition - of Prince
Henry and bin KuccewHora that Ihn
- v w ff . count meaMirici -about 16.000
' niiU-w Itorame lmown to ft.lie modern
world Hut the founding of the Port
(iimiMn lymi'lre in Africa waa largely
the wink of thn Jewo that In to say
the Juvjh fnrniahod the brain powei
to them puimI i;o the credit for such
civilixmir liufliu nee a the printing
press. . mathematics. aHtronoiny mefli-
cina. aeoi tc ranhv. classical history
and even the nautical instrument that
enabled them to find their way around
the continent was the contribution of
the Jews. Hut when the Portugueae
n"ite bei;an to assume the position
of a powerful commonwealth the Jews
were rewarded by oxpellln;; them from
the ooiiiitlry. In the 16th century thous
isiids of ttieni were sent to Mao 'inoin
In the flu If of fluinea where the moat
of them died of malarial- fever. This
incident wilt Five you some Idea of
the people with whom we are now
tfealinsr. If such treatment la accord-
ed auch benefactors j the Jews sure-
ty no' hi UK cou'd be expected from
them by the lorielf-ss African but
brutality. The whole history of the
Portuguese occupation of Africa is
nine lorn; bloody record of oruel and
inhuman treatment of the natives. Per-
haps I'.clKiuni's record in the Congo
In a worthy mat h for the diabolical
rule of rapine and exploitation. The
Portuguese have carried on slavery
tip to .-tins good hour- -There baa ben
an are Ions strueglo between Kngland
and porluMral on the slavery question.
Great Hritain has insisted on freedom
for all people if he has In other
ways exploited and trai lulled up the
land of tho natives. It is on Portu-
guese territory that you are not al-
lowed to land where the black mMI
of (ntctlttfenoc is not allowed to do
rtiisMtoci work -among Ida own peoplu.
Tliis i.ict in Itself la all the proof
reeded of what tholr treatment ia to-
Vitrd the natives a man that is ding
the ripht thing does not object to
anv on'e nresence. but these people
prefer darkness rather than light be.
Cause ttieir ueens are evil. rucn ire-
euro haa been brought to bear upon
them that their slavery assumes a
rtevtf name It is known aa tho con-
tract aystem thesfi traders will col-
lect a certain numtior of men and
have them make a contract to go to
a certain place visually to some big
plantation on the laland unner an agree-
ment to stav ten years with the prom
ise sof bi pay but when once they
are. away from their country they
r.evor get back. Instead of big wages
hey gist nothing. Very few ever ace
their home again when once they
are in the bands of these traders. As
remarked above Portuisal opened tho
door for tho entire aysteni of slavery
whivh waa quickly followed by
other nations. To rue It Is the plain
duty of the black man In all civilised
Countries to presii this situation to
the bar of christianized putinc opin-
ion until all nations holding land In
Afrieji throw their doors wide open
to worker of our race croup from
every where. You have but little con
ccution of the suffering of our peop-
pln who are tnvn shut In from an
contact from the outside world the
policy Is wicked viewed from any
annle. The missionary worners oi
every denomination should not rest
contented as Ionic as this condition
obtain these nation are only In
search of filthy lucre the Uvea and
souls of tho unfortunate natives never
enter into tholr thoughts. Jt ia said
that since the revolution In Portugal
In 1910. that some efforts have been
made io correct these evils but they
bnvo been no feeble and barren of
rei.ults that 'lia black man Is Buffer-
In lust as iviiH under the Republic
e.M ho did tmaor a Monarchy there
In only duo way we shall fi- satisfied
of the clmriKe that ia the introduction
of the open door policy and let us
ice what Is going on.
Liberia a Hot Ited f PolMlrnl Strtia;-
Uif With What Heema Little Ke
Kr tT the Welfare f the Mate.
Acts 17:18. ay-"Now while Paul
waited for them at Athena his spirit
Waa Hlirred In him when he saw the
city wholly given over to Idolatry"
Had the '.postio made a vlsltt to IA-'lena-1
think he would have used the
word "politics" where he used "idola-
ryM Perhaps this might be said of
'any country In our day ahould you
t.e thrown in certain circles. Hut aside
irom the clergy and teachers nearly
Vvery mar. you meet Is ft politician or
BJipirlng to be one. When I aay they
ve little regard for the goo'l of the
Republic I base my statement on
jhelr past record. Take the several
loans that have been made from time
'to time for the Government and you
are not t u. to trace the proceeds to
any puhKc Improvement a few ;nen
have had the hanailng of K and they
unv were able to giv satisfactory
wcroimting to the p"blia Many of the
Jrtbeifana express thumselvon aa highly
Iltspleaacd with the . term of - the
ilcin loan. I 'have not read all of
the .conditions if 'the transaction but
from what t Iknow of H the larger
iieuofi-! will eo to the wUte man
vhit administers It and his clerical
ion.es. I'ivory w )l black man hopes
(hat It may be the ml ana of starling
the Republic on an thin Ing era of real
jtro.'ve.t-ny which Is barely In the
f ne of possibility but It soema to
l.ho outsider a virtual surrender of
tim sovereignty of tho country to the
United stales and Just about the tlmj
thoy figure on the American leaving
tm wilT I'.iat bo getting ready to stay.
Could the fathers and founders of 1.1-
Lor.. see what a tmu'jle their chll-
ilren hnvj made he country for
which tl.oy bra -ed the storms of old
oi e.n tho ravages of tropical fevers
end tho countless privations that they
-underwent that their children mlrrht
be free they would turn In their
Kiowa and curs' -'ha day they were
To t:be superabundance of pilltlcal
RTVt is to be traced the clrciimstar-ios
.vhiih brings ttie na.ion under a new
tiondagn- -and if wo are to Judge
from tho record the American occupa.
imn has mndo In Htytl It will per-
haps "ke Just a little bolter than con-
ditions In the southern states prior
tu the Civil War. If tho clever po-
litical domagoga who have created
this condition were the onra that are
to miffcr we would only jay they
(ire go'ting what they deserve but
i: Is the poor working mnn the dr-
I '!es native wh will be the real
aufferer. In lall.iP ? to a gentleman
i i-roininonre about the po.itical con-
'MiunH Imi said 1veiy tlinca youtw
lun bows marked efficiency in tho
n 1'ipniHi.riii Ion of some office to which
h; hs been appointor he at once
ju-t'iirteM rei'tlcKs crd soon gets Into
t i.e political scramble. If the nation
r Id report a large consignment of
i:t polilual parasites and profession-
al !.-erbe to some ''her clime anj
r ( in their f)lae- a crow I uf r 4n
v ho 'v.jre not ifrp.ld to ork iih
t: :ir hkiHlf. II vviuld .'looi enter upon
iv p'riiod of prn.:r3 that Would rttnd-
ei t- f:rvvr ititne:-?s'-!ir' to auk for
.i ?.ari iind--'" .;ueh IniinlliaUng con.
ivi'iun j tl.dl.n fjii which be five
.i .' .-.ii clofUrs tire avrured.
the National Association for the Ad-
ivancement of Colored people Is entitled
to credit for the passage of the Antl-
lynehing bill In the House of Repre-
sentatives." . Mr. Dyer said that
"Those who get up and snort about
I the unconstitutionality of the Hill are
i those who have r j-ejudico In their
I "This Is not a race issue. This la
'a question Involving the honor of the
Republic. The Senate of the United
Mates Is Republican and unless It
'obeys the mandate to protect human
life from mobs those In control of the
Republican are 'entitled to and re-
serve the condemnation of tho people
!of American. "
At I his meeting. T. U. Nutter of the
West Virginia legislature gave a rous-
ing de.-.i Iptlon of the West Virginia
Antl.lynchlng law and urged Colored
Americans to organize for the fight
ing of their own battles. Capt. Arthur
B. Splngarn Chairman of the As-
sociation's Legal Committee then
Tfauraday Jnne Hoar UMr.
Delegates and friends of the N. A.
A. C. P. went on a day' boat ride
in tha Harbor of New York and up the
Hudson River on the Steamship Pocahontas.
The evening session was devoted to
"The Negro and the Making ot i-uw-
lie Oninlon." Dr. Ernest II. Oruening
managing editor of The Nation; and
K&iiy Miller dean of Hie Jnior Col-
lege Howard Uulversl'y making ad-
dresses. A dramatic story of the burnii-g at
stake of three Negroes probaDiy in-
nocent in Klrvln Texas on May 7
was told by lunlel Kelly white Texan
from Waco who made the Investiga
tion for the N. A. A. C. P.
Krldnjr. June 23 C'losla Day.
The Conference heard reports and
adopted final resolutions hearing able
addresses at the night session by Dr.
A. A. Ooldenwelser of the New School
for Social Research: Dr. W. K. H.
DuRols Kdltor of the Crisis; and Wil.
liam Pickens. Pield 8 cretary of the
N. A. A. CP.
TIIREE BAEES BURNED IN
(By A. N. P.)
Chicago 111. June i9. Three little
children one a mere babe met a trag-
ic death last Saturday at Kvanstou
a suburb near here. Mrs. J. Ooodman
17t0 VV4sley Street left her three
children Dorothy 5 yeara old; Marlon
2 and I.avcrne 17 months. In her
home while she went to a grocery a
few doors away to purchase food for
supper liofore going she lighted a
fire In the kitchen stove. The we'd
paper became Ignited. Neighbor it.
tempted to get Into the house but all
doors were locked. When firemen ar
rived the house was in flame and
the children were dead.
COI.OItKO HVSITrtANCR COMPANIES
OK TUB P1VITKI HTATK8 HA VP
TOTAL ASS HTM OF AND 1-S MIL
Washington D. C June 29. The
Secretary of Labor Jamc J. Davis
announced today that a statistical
summary of the finances and person-
nel of the principal Colored Insurance
companies In the United States com-
piled for the TI. S. Depatment of Labor
by Phil H. Brown Commissioner of
Conciliation shows that there are
twenty-five representatively active
companies with home offices In thir-
teen states and the District of Co-
lumbia. The Insurance sold by these
companies covers life health and ac-
cidents principally. Of the twenty-
five companies reporting 4 home of-
foces are In North Carolina. 4 In
Georgia 2 In Kentucky 2 In Pennsyl-
vania 2 in Louisiana 2 In Florida 2
Virginia and 1 In the District of Co-
lumbia Arkansas Ohio Illinois Ten-
nessee Maryland 'and South Carolina.
Capitalization figures which were
readily available tor only 14 of the
US companies toal 11256.000.00. The
total assets of all the companies are
tf.'l.'lfl!l8.6. During the past fiscal
year these companies paid insurance
claims of Colored policy holders and
beneficiaries of the United States In
a total amount of (.1072189.00. The
companies employed 6.675 Colored per-
sons comprised of 527 clerical em-
ployees 3.968 field agonts. 1623 medi-
cal examiners and 557 miscellaneous
employees to whom was paid a month-
ly amount of $259728.10 either In
salaries or commissions.
WAHW3Tonr to kivtkrtaiiv na-
tional MK1HCO. .
(By A. N. P.)
Washington T. C.. June 29. Wash-
ington Is making ready for tho next
annual aesslonf of the National Medi-
cal Association which will open on the
3rd of next August and close on the
25th. The present Indications are that
it will be one of the most Interesting
meetings In the history of the organ-
ization. This probably has been
brought Into view by the untiring ef-
forts of Dr. H. H. Green of Knoxvllle
Tcnn. the President of the Association.
A goodly number of new features
have been added to this year pro-
gram. Among the more notable might
be mentioned the special meeting of
the medical examiners of all the K -gro
Insurance companies In the coun-
try. This meeting will take up the
growing Importance of careful exam-
In; of applicants for Insurance
b( o.i-.s. This matter Is declared to
hfcvt a most vital earing upon the
actual business life of the companies
that it ha become Imperative that the
ohvslcia.i engaged by the Insurance
companies shall make It a question of
general discussion of p'ans looking t i
a more careful consideration of tho
business Intei est of the companies
they are representing.
ml .. .ill Un m -haaIIhw nf f V.
1 lirid Will BIBU W IICIUIB " "" ' i
.......... . A 1 i 1 I taat lncF.alnir '
number of s.-eclalisto are to b given
an Inning during which they will rtls-
cuss the va loug pnases or ineir ac-
tivities and relationships to the gener-
al practitioners. Medical lisy ction in
the Colored public schools v'.A bo one
of the questions discussed 'f the gen-
eral body. Hospitals and hospital fa.
clMtiea for the training of nura. will
be studied In their vertous phases.
Thr local committee is thoroughly
alive to the Importance of the prt-
poscd meeting end the visitors and
delegates can be assured that no
pains will be spared to make their o.
journ here at tho time of the con-t
vention a Very pleasant one. i
'xv.cki v.sh nmvrn knocks
. .:.' CAR P1IOM TRACKS.
(By A. N. P.)
New Orleans La.. June 29. Tom
Lawson. a Negro Chaulleur knocked
a street r from the tracks last Fri-
day afte: noon and gave about forty
fui'iio v ecaro ui uioir lives. A
luck would have it no one was as-
rlmialv Inlilfmi a C. ... 1
---- ...j ... v. n o t;w DuiaiutiuB un-
ion' the sum total of the casualties
. iwiiun was arrester ror
reckles driving snd fined for his
LOITSVIT-LE KD1T0K ASSAILTKU
(By A. N. P.)
Louiavillo Ky June 29WHIam
Warley tho editor of the Lou-iKvllle
News wad fcasaulti.-d last Tuesday
)iiit In tho public park for colored
pcoiile by one J. H. Scales the local
leader of the Republican Tarty In
this city. Skalea slapped FMitor
Warley in the faco and culiod him n
"damned nigger" becpiifle the eews-
puper man had opposeo. In the
ooiumiiH or the News thr opening
af tb- '.n n Crow" park by the city
colored iicitjIc are very 1id-isrnant
over the toicMent and now they will
fight It out at the next citv election.
i".;ueton. Mm. Mary Varbrough 810
Hardcastle St. visited her futuer at
Navlaota Texas laat week. Mr. B.
White of Waco Texas was In the city
last week vluitlng his cousin Mrs.
B. Venters 400 Richmond street. Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. H. Guyton spent the
19th at Galveston Texas. Miss Mamie
B. Hamilton Is In the city for the sum-
mer. Prof. J. It Speaker of Wharton
Texas was a Houston visitor last week.
Mrs. MaKgie Fletcher left last week
for Arizona. Mr. J. D. Clark of Los
Angeles Cnl.. passed through Houston
laBt week enronte to Brenham n'.a
old home. MIhs Gladys Harding spent
last week at Galveston Texas. Mr
Horace Mitchell died lust week and
was burled Sunduy under the auspices
of G. U. O. of O. P. We waut more
readers for the Express. See Win
Archibald the agent 422 San Felipe
Kelty. Church services are good at
all the churches. Rev. Wm. Adams ran
a 10 days' rally at the C. M. E. church
at Cedar Grove last week aad had a
retl old fathloned ' dinner on the
ground Sunday. Reporter failed to get
tne amount of money raised. Rev. J. J
James pastor of First Baptist Church
began his revival Wednesday night
with Rev. P. K. Skinner conductor
and Rev. W. M. Tinsley pastor of New
Zlon Baptist Church Is In a great re-
vival and Dr. Freeman the Holiness
preacher Is running a meeting. The
gospel is flowing through this country.
Everybody Is welcome to any aud all
of these meetings. Miss Rebbie Green
left last Sunday for Houston where
she will spend the summer visiting
her aunts. Mrs. Maggie Williams of
White City Texas spent a few davs
here visiting her brother Mr. Archie
Johnson and friends. . Miss Ubbie
Steward of Kennard Texas is visiting
her aunt Mrs. Willie May Williams.
Mrs. Bfftha Hayden left last week for
Woodvllle to visit her mother Mrs.
Fannie Moye. A host of our young peo-
ple motored to Diboll Monday to a ball
g:me. Mr. Jim Glbbs and others mo-
tored to Nacogdoches. When you want
tored to Nacogdoches. Sick listed Mr.
J. M. Kennedy Mr. George Cansler Is
suffering with a slip joint of his right
wrist. He was hurt at the P. A. Rhiue's
hard wood mill fwd weeks ago. See E.
L. Reece for the Dallas Express.
Crockett. Rev. J. Johnson pastor
of St. Luke Baptist Church closed his
revival with sixteen accessions. Rev.
Brent of Conroe was the principal
speaker. Rev. J. B. Atkinson of Pales-
tine is conducting the revival atSt.Paul
Baptist. Dr. R. W. Holman preached
the rally sermon Sunday evening at
St. Paul Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs
Walter Bell entertained the following
guests for dinner on Wednesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Simpson of Denver Colo.
Revs. J. Johnson Collins C. J. Alex-
ander and wife Mesdames S. Wells and
Sarah Murchison. Mrs. Alozella King
loft for Evansville to joii; her husband.
Rev. A. W. Harvey of Huntsvllle
preached at St. Andrew's A. M. E. on
Wednesday night. Misses Ruby and
Lnclel Lacy Messrs. Troy Flnley and
Willie Tolton of Palestine spent the
l'.ith here guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Tippett. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Hatch a fine girl mother and baby
doing fine. Mr. Henry Adair ot Lake
Creek died here June 23. His remains
were taken to Kennard Texas for Ju
terment. Mesdames Lizzie Williams
Nettie Scott Bertha Holly and little M.
L. Bell are slckilsted. Mrs. S. A. Alex-
ander visited Houston Maynard and
other points on her district. Mr. Pluto
Williams has returned from Beaumont.
La Junta Cc!o. Services were good
at both churches Sunday. The ma-
sonlcs had their annual sermon Sun-
dsy at the A. M. E. Church. Rev. 13.
Htrron officiated. The following oftl-
cers were elected for the ensuing year:
Wm. rbfton W. M.j W. E. Moore S.
W.; E. Lively. J. W.; S. L. Murphy.
Sec'y.; L. W. Mopson S. D.; G Roseu-
bdrg. J. D.; J. H. Holloway. 8. S.;
McKiuley Robbs J. S.: James Garth.
Tiler. Solos by Mrs. Chas. Green and
Mrs. E. C. Tompkins were grand and
an excellent paper by Mr. W. E. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopson and Mr Oswold
Tyler motored to "olorado Springs
Sunday and had an enjoy.. ble time.
Mrs. Lena Mason the evangelist. Is
preaching pov--' mormons at tbe A.
M. E. church. Don't miss hearing her.
Mr. McKlnley Robs was wedded to
Miss Grace Woods at Dodge City a few
days ago. The bride was a visitor to
the city on the 18th. We hope this
couple will live in happiness and sail
the sea of matrimony with prosperity.
Dr. B. M. Ware of Columbus New Mex-
ico is visiting his brother O. B. S.
Ware. The Rev. Ware's are running
a revival out on the dry claims. Mrs.
O. B. S. Ware was a visitor to the
city Sunday. Rev. E. W. D. Garmon
visited his family last week. Miss
Helen Ramsey motored to Trinidad
8unday. Messrs. Fred Ramsey and
Geo. .Tacksonnotored to Pueblo on tho
19th to a dance and had an accident
Just luck that the young men were not
seriously hurt they got several cuts
and bruises. Mrs. Wm. Lofton has
returned from Kansas City Mo. HUu
Thelma Duncan is at home again she
arrived Thursday morning from Wash-
ington D. C vr.'i vo fc.ie was a music
student at Howerd University. Mrs
McKinley Pobbs has returned to the
city visiting her huspands relatives.
The pulpit decorations n1; the A. M. E
church for the revival week were beau
tiful. Mrs. Mary Bad tett was tb.3
lecoratot Mrs. Leau Mason the
jvangelisi closes her series of sermons
Athens. Servlcej were good at all
Churches Sunday. rlev. C. H. Puogh
of the A. M. E. Church was called out
of town June 18. Rev. H. Greon of
Longview filled his pulpit Sunday.
Rev. C. Davis of the Church of Co.:
returns aftor 10 days out of the city.
engaged la a revival; he waa accom
panted home by his niece Misif M.
Davis of Waco who 1& here for an In
Jelmite Btay. Mrs. Ella Reese Leake
returns after a few months In Dallac.
Rev. C. H. Puegh spent a few days Ir.
Kerens after an enjoyable celebration
here on 17. A countless number went
to Malakoff to celebrate 19ch of June-
report a fine trip. Mrs. Eliza Ware
vas called to Longview to the bedside
ot ter daiiKhtor. Mr and Mrs. Henry
Ware remodeled their home. Mrs. C.
H. Puegh made a trip to Kemp to visit
Mrs. Prof. Peel. Mrs. Maggie Mitch ill
visited relatives in Kemp. Mr. C. U
Richardson and two chflilion returned
to their heme In Waco after v'sitlng
parents also Mr. -Willie Richardson to
K-re:i. Mrs. Lucy B. Kichardstm
li aves for Kerens for an Indefinite star.
A'r. Isaac Guj den a former citlssea of
th'8 cly returae.i to Garvisoj after
viiiainy reluilves and frtaads. - Mrs.
Stella M. Piurce of. Dallas was called
here on business. Mrs. J. C. Franks
left for Gilmer to vinlt her daughter.
Mrs. Irene Williams returned after sev-
ere! months in Oklahoma. Mr. Wil-
liams returned after visiting relatives
In Louisiana. ' Mrs. Strode and grand-
daughter returned to their home in
Tyler after visiting Mrs. Fox Barker;
Mrs. Barker was also called to Dallas
to the bedside of her sick I rother she
and her .father accompanied him to
their home In Chandler. Mr. E. O.
Franks spent a few days In Jackson-
ville with friends. An enjoyable fish-
ing party on 17th 10 miles from town
(Flat Creek) consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
D. G. Miller Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rich-
ardson Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Baxter and
children; Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Richard-
son aud children; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Richardson and children; Mrs. Willie
and Edgar Richardson Master Runne-
gan Kev. Mrs. C. Davis Mr. and Mrs.
Sandy Fitzgerald. Cooking freezing
cream and a spread that will be long
remembered by all who participated.
Mrs. Sallie. Jordan who was Insane
died after a lingering illness leaving
8 children. Mrs. Nicy Larking Mrs.
Pauline Graham still on sick list. Mr.
Jerry Miller and Mr. Sam Lewis are
Indoors with af tlicted leg and foot
Mrs. Minnie Barker is spending the
week at Baxter with relatives. Should
the Express fail to. a pear at your door
Just say you owe the reporter. Find
the Express at E. G. Barbershop.
United Helper Club. Met June 20th
at the home of Mrs. Addle Faulks
with the president. Mrs. Pinkie Norrls
in chair. Opening hymn lined by Sis-
ter Julia Burr. Scripture Lesson by
Sister Bottle Jordan. Several prayers.
Glad to say that the meeting was ac-
companied by the Holy Spirit and an
enjoyable time was had. The roll was
then called aud the members respond-
ed with Bible quotations and paid dues.
None reported sick. The committee on
sewiiiK was called for and several re
sponded with their silk blocha for the
quilt . was neatly worked with fancy
stitches. The Directress was well
pleased. The Club donated to the sick
and needy $5.0(1 The hostess then
served a 3-course menu of ham sand-
wiches loaf cake with punch. The
Club is on the road to progress with
God by our side. We have 24 members
who take a higher stand right. Next
meeting with Mrs. Maude Waldons.
Mrs Pinkie Norrls. president; Mrs
Lula Criner Secy.; Mrs. Mary Davis.
Sewing Directress; Mrs. Callie Stovall
Chair ma u of Sick Committee.
fPTpU CANT ENJOY LIFE
(By A. N. P.)
Hot Springs Nat'l Park Ark. June
29. At the call of John L. Webb
Supreme .Custodian of the Woodmen
-of Union 150 representative Negro
Business im-n of the State met here
today to re-organize the Arkansas
Stute -Business League to affiliate
witli the National Easiness League.
The business men pledged themselves
to a constructive program of co-
operation to the whito business Inter-
est of the State In order to encourage
the peruianont womomic progress of
Dr. R. R Moton President of the
National ' Negro Business League
who has been here . for two day?
addressed the gathering and told
of the origin.1 purpose of the Leugue
and reffered to plans for organising
and expanding the work of the League
which will be presented at the twenty
-third annual meeting of the National
Nocrro Business League which will be
held in Norfork Virginia August 16
17 and 18. A strong delegation from
Arkanas Is expected to be present
at the annual meeting of the National
botiy. The following officers of the
State teisue were elected
John L. Webb;-lst Vice-Pres; " E. O.
Trent; -2nd Vlce-Pres; Dr. J. H. Bar
on. nttr. blotteil Aim
1 ' '
ach FxJ doc Bot Bourith
katead k is a source of auaery causa
pains hrlrhing rlirrinrw and hoad-
cKm. .. '
I Tha penoa with a bad ttomach
Kould be (atubed with nothing Ins
than pennaaent luting relief. '
1 The right cemedy will act Upon th
liningt ol the (tomach enrich the blood
aid in casting out the catarrhal pouooj
aad strengthen every bodily function.
I The Urge number of people who
q have m-xaMlj uied Dr. Hartmaa'i a
famous medicine jocommeaJed for all
catarrhal conditions offer ths strongest
pc Me trdoneuKai Jor -'
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n OLD KVKRVWHERC
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aw .tte. bl. ""
or Hall cut
out Border to
match to per
For kitchen or back A
hall. 91c will bay 10
rolls side 16 "yards of Jf
border and "4 rolls of a
Tallinn onnil rrtl n 5
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per an entire room.
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Free Sample Book Mailed Free
We ! carry la stock at eeepUonIly low prior a larsre
aaaortment tkt beat grades ! Paper ! bot Amerleaa
ribin;-3nd Vice-Pres; J..H. Palmer
4th Vice-Pres; S. T. Boyd;-Cth Vice-
Pres; Dr. H. H." Khtnehart; -Record
ing Sicret-ir;-; Lr. W. I . Hiirrkon;
ass't Recording sect'y T. 8. Llttle-
Join; Troas. W. 1. Daniels; Attorney
J. P. Booker; Rcrgeant-at-anns O. R.
Lewis G. E. Crittendon N. DarV:
D. D. Leavy and W. E. Young.
1I0X. WILBERFOBCE AIlDRKSSEH
STlUKJiTS OF COMJCiiK NAMF.D
(By A. N. P.)
Wllberforce Ohio. June 29. The
Hon Wilberforce the great grand-
son of William Wllberforce the noted
British abolitionist in whose ' honor
and memory Wllberforce University
was named was the chief figure at
this year g commenjemei't exercises.
Mr. Wllberforce was the principal
speaker at the "Wllberforce Day''
exercises and delivered a notable
This years commencement closed
a fifty nine years successful career
of this famous old school. The grad
uating class was one of the largest In
Its history. The annual report of the
Board of Trustees was most en-
couraging. A large numder ot d-is
tingulFhod race men and wom-jii were
One of the features was the laying
of tho corner stone for the new Shor
ter Kail the $300000 building which
replaces old Shorter : lost by fire.
Bishops Joshua and Connors officiated.
President Edsards of Klttrell Col
lege and Bishop Brooks were pro-
minent among the speakers.
The strides taken by Wllberforce
under the administration of Presi
dent Glenn are remarkable. A har
monious and progressive spirit Is to
be noted everywhere. Rumors were
prevalent that Dr. Glenn Is being
ceiiously considered for the Bishopric
hut should he be elaveted Wllberforce
will be the loser.
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At last a call to the Insurance men nanclal businesses the yrorld over
of Texas. Tou do not find agent going: in drove
There I being an effort made to offering the people stock in an Old
capltalUe an Insurance company with Line Insurance Company Did you
it home office at Fort Worth Texa ever top to figure out the cauT
The Royal Life Health and Accident 1 will leave that with you.
Insurance Company. Insurance men now 1 your chance
Bonds have Deen tnaae and In the to buy stock and get on the ground
hand of the Commissioner of lnur- floor. Thl cl of men know what
ance and Banking of Austin Texas thl mean. It mean that every town
and a permit Issued to sell stock on of Texas where the Colored people
the 12th day of May 1923. The stock are sufficient In number to pay will
is selling at One Hundred Dollar have a uperlntndent placed there. It
(1100.00) per har. and the ale of mean Job for district and tat
it ha already passed our expectation manager. It mean Job for girls a
Thl la the flrt time in the hl- bookkeeper and stenographer rlg-ht
tory of Texa to the knowledge of your home town. What ay you
the writer that the Colored people have about 't men of the fleldaf
had a chance to miy stock. In an Old Eveiy Insurance man who expects
Line Insurance Company with It to atay In the business and who
home office in Texas an enterprise would like to become superintendent
organized by Colored men with and of thl town or that town in the
for the Colored people. state of Texa. answer thl AD with
We need not aay to buy stock In a Money Order for one or more chare
an Old Line Insurance Company is It Is the purpose of the official to
not a safe Investment for the people scatter the atocK over the State ot
The co mtry know better. There I no Texas a much aa we can and as
reason why anyone who I making long aa it last.
a much a Ten ($10.00) Dollar per I am now wondering how many
week should now own aa much Insurance men will answer thl AD
aa one of theae aharea aa long and send In a payment on (hare or
aa they last- We are capitalizing send the One Hundred ($100) dollar and
for Twenty-five Thousand ($26000.00) receive a certificate for one.two or aa
Dollars and anyone who la able to many share a you can manage. How
pay Ten ($10.00) Dollar Fifteen would you like to become Superln-
($15.00) Dollar or Twenty-five (125.. tendent with an Old Line ComDanr
00) Dollars down and pay that share that issued weekly sick and accident
out within eight month should treat policies monthly policies ten and
themselves to a much at one (hare twenty pay life ordinary and In fact
xwciora laoonng men prear.n.rs all the popular form or policies ana
teacher women of all walks of Ufa. onnn nn Dallaa Houston. Waco. Gal.
should Invest In thl enterprise. Just veston San Antonio Austin. El Paso
think how many Old Line Insurance Sherman Denison Marshall. Tyler
Companies can you call to your mind Temple In fact all th town In Texa.
iaai Dursiea or iauear a preciou rew ir you live m any or tnese town
I suppose. Your Investment I carefully let u hear from you.
looked over bv the moat comnatant Rend all monav tn the
Insurance man In the couutcv tha .... wnm m i r
. . . - 9 nit uiriu nnnuin v i. w n
commissioner of Insurance. ciiiknt iNHfTRANOia com pant.
Insurance Is one of the highest ft. SIS 1.2 Calhosm St Fert Wei-th Texa.
W. a Haney Pres. W. H. Littles Sec'y.
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ache Neuralgia Rheumatism
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Highest ranVing Colored Officer In the V. S. Army and
Bert Williams WORIX'S GREATEST COMEDIAN. "
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