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LOS ANGEI,ES,<]CALlFpBNl4, CMpTOBER 7, 192? 






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-VANAqiVG EDITOR BAGLE RK- 
CEIVBH OVATION' AT l^\nOR 
■ '; TEMPLE. 


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On last Thursday at 10 o'clock 
agreeable to an invitation extended 
to her was present at .the Labor 
T^ntple on Maple Ave., .before an 
'iradlence which taxed the huge audi- 
tbrinm ot the Templie. The Manas- 
Ing Editor was Introduced to this 
vast asselDbly to speak upon the 
subject of "Labor as An'ecting thr; 
Colored People.'' 

It waa.a tense moment as the 
speaker wended her way and brought 
but the high spots in an address 
which was most cordially, most en- 
thvaiastic&lly and joyinlly recelTed 
and salyas of applause was _tQrth- 
oomla^at every pause which the 
speAkor taade. 

Th^ pan which labor had with- 
hel4/frora what shouJd have been its/lowship. 
jnoat faithful and loyal ally was the 
ke/stone around which the= Eagle'^ 
n>aaager biiilded her ntessage, ahd 

say that the facts which she lire- 

/ Rented was a revelation to jrnese 
workers is putting the questioh but 
mildly. Time and time aga/n was 
the managing editor applau^d and 
at the conclusion of her 30/ minute 
discourse she received an/ ovation, 
when by a rising vote the vast as- 
st'mblage voted a vote oC^hank's and 
extended an invitation /tor her to 


Methorisin. Pastor Ward has never 
ifCfcived a bigger ovation from any 
people than that given him by the 
people of this historic charge on his 
leturn for the foarth year last Sun- 
day his wormth of welcome was 
\ul only extended to Rev. and Mr&. 
Ward, but Dr. F. Jesse Peck, who 
delivered the able sermon at 11 a. m. 
was hailed with joy and loving 
greetings. Dr. Peck preached on 
"Looking Up", and ho inspired his 
vast audience to go forward trustln.e; 
in the Lord. Dr. J. \V. Johnson de- 
livered the sermon at 7:30 -f! m. 
whl hcalso was insMriag and in- 
structive. 'ITie choir fitter direction 
of !V^rs. Fred M. Ro^fts sang In- 
spiring hymns and anthems. .Mrs. 
Eo/ma Smith was the soloist of the 
ni<5rning service. Four persons in- j 
^luding one convert united with thi> 
"' »• Two of these into full fel-;l 


SCHOOL SEl)RE61ITi 


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/fhurch. 


BIG FINGIAL PROJECT. 


speak to them again. / , I 

After the address (of the managing 
editxjr of the Califopriiia Eagle by a 
unanimous vote the' various Uhions 
present pledged their support to the 
aSiIlaiion of all \yDrkers in oue conj- 
mon cause and a square deal for all 
of the sons of toil. 

It was Indeed a memorable occa- 
'sion and a i^Iace where real gooti 
could be accomplished by a closer up 
an<i a better understanding between 
the rac^s. 


FRMCIS 0. MMS. 


FRANCIS D. ADAMS, One of the 
most aggressive members of the Los 
Angeles Bar. and who was the only 
asptrast for the position of Justice 
■rt thei* Peace '"■■ LOs Angeles City 
fPoMoe' JitAssii yfius received iheXtnr 
■flbrsemeat of, the Bar Awoclatlon, 
received a very flattering' vote at 
the primaries, leading all aspirantii 
from two to 7,000 totes. This 
large vote shows that th^ endorse- 
ment of the Bar Associatic>n was 
well placed. 

Since the primaries many prom- 
inent men and women have joined 
themselves, together as a campaign 
committee to further the interests 
of Mr. Adams, aiul-hope by their ac- 
tivity to place btm at the top of the 
column for Justice of the Peace when 
the votes are counted in November. 

There has also been formed a"^ 
woman's organization, who are do- 
ing their part towards his electifini 

Mr. Adams realizes k^nly, i the 
many problems that will come l)c- 
fore him if elected in November 
such a.i Zoning Ordinances, traffic 
r^ulations. tiie great necessity of a 
Woman's Coiirt. and the prevention 
apd elimination of the gigantic 
crime wave that is sweeping over, 
not only Southefrn CaliSornia, but 
the entire/United States. 

Mr. Adams also declares that his 
first official act when elected will be 
to organize a 'society ot men and 
women of this community for the 
single and sole purpose "f combat- 
ing the Narcotic Evil and will place 
before this society such testimony 
of actual occurances as will awaken/ 
and determine an effective action 
looking to the eradication of tlrls 
' great evil. 

Mr. Adams' campaign committee 
headquarters lit at 503 CaU{Omia 
Baildlng; ladies headquarters SQS 
California Building. Friepcis »re 
welcome at any tlipe. 


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JSHOPiUpCH 

nisHOP mLLiAM aLfreb poux- 

TAIN WILL l*REAt'ir At THE 
FIRST A. M. e/ CHf Rt'H fJCX- 
BAY OCTOBER 8. AT 11 A. >L 


Bishop WIlllWi Alfred Fountain, 


COIXJRED BANKERS \OW AFTER 
HAITIAN- TRADE 

REALIZE HIGE OPROHTl^MTIEK 
OFFERED BY A.MKRKAN LOAN 
OF $40,000,000 TO BLACK RB- 
PCBLK" — HAVE VALl ABLE 

HAITIAX CNXEfTIOXS 

NEW YORK, Sept— As an immedi- 
ate result of the pr*(ject of colors d 

hankers, promoters' and other busi- 
ness men financing a diamond expe- 
dition to British Guiana, a trans- 
r portation and trading company ha.-, 
developed. Representative Haitians, 
upon finding the backers fullly rr- 
sponslblc and qualified for big bu.si- 
ness at once offered alluring irvduce- 
meivts and valuable conce.'sions and 
r. cajrference between the parti™ 
roncSmed warranted the organiz- 
ation of the OVERSEA XAVAOA- 
TION CORPORATION to clTcct regu- 
lar service' between American and 
Haitian ports, and the OVERSEA 
TRADING COMPANY to supply the 
immense Haitian needs which wi'I 
grow out ot the large American loan 
of ^40, 000, 000 for the development 
of the island repubfc. 

The new companies^ will have their 
offices *t 80 Wall Street, New York 
"Clfy." All buslness'^IU Ke transqcfed 
through colored banks and each 
has been asked to assist in the under- 
writing of the project. A small 
block of slock, however, will be 
available to the general public. 

This is practically the first time 
that colored banks have had an op- 
portunity to depart from tha usual 
real estate and mortgage business, 
and enjoy the huge profits common 
among white banking institutions 
engaged in the promotion of inter- 
iiatioaai commerce and the colored 
bahkehr-liave not ^een slow to take 
advantage of the situation. 

That the new companies are- beine 
operated by trained bus,ine.ss men 
after the most approved luudern busHi 
Iness methods is indicated by the 
brilliant moves made so far ind by 
the rosier of Its ofTicials which in- 
clude t|he names of such widely 
known '^nd capable men as Charles 
E. Mitchell, president, and also pre- 
sident of the .Mutual Savings and 
Loan Co;, of ^ Charleston, W. Va., 
Anthony Crawford Vice-President 
imd M^ttaging Director a ship operar 
tor and 'Importer and exporter of 
long' experience; Major William H. 
Yortt, Secretary, former ex-commis- 
sioner of the Liberian Frontier 
Forces; Col. James M. Canty, treas- 
urer, and also Vice-president of th^ 
.Mutual Savings and Loan Coiupany 
of Charleston, L. Melandez King; 
attorney, also examiner in Chancery, 
District of Columbia, und Napoleon 
J. Francis, Director Port au Prince, 
Haiti. 


HOME BOY B 
HDMET 


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.Payne MIddleton. former Se<ire- 
tary Boy's Department, Ninth Street 
Branch "Y" has returned home and 
brought with him one of the largest 
positions ever entrusted to a young 
fellow. Mr. Middletoh was sent by 


D. D. will dell/er the sermqi^st-ina^ -the young people of the A. M. B 


SImll .Mixed Schools N- MuinlivMied 

,in Culifoi-nla'.' \ [ 

'. _ By: Geo. jDuncan. f v.' 

Would it be to tlie best advantage 
oi all concerned to maintain sepa- 
rate, schools. Those who favor sep^ 
aration of the races in the schools^ 
ii'aintain that it will be a groat ad- 
vantage to our youHB jtraduates of 
whom so many are idle owing to 
the fUct thai as" a rjule they are not 
i;iven an opportunity to teach in the 
public .schools along- with their most 
ffrtunate white brothers. 

A bill was introduce<l in the leg- 
islatiiVo of California a few years 
ago, for the purpose of separate 
schools In the state, after a lengthy 
discussion the bill was lablrd. 

At the present liiiie we learn that 
.•Tveral of our inlsguided friends are 
iigltating this questloii' again. Cali- 
fornia, standing at the top of the 
educational system of the country, 
sliould^not at this tife rfake a back- 
ward ^ep in its educational nlfalrs. 
The colored student^ of the various 
high schools of the 
ciiFes have excelled 
athletics and scholarly activities, 
which goes to prove, jwithout u doubt 
thai the mix&d school system is of 
more advantage to Our' colored stii- | 
dciita thaii the separate schools of ] 
l?arnlng would be. i 

.My contentions, are just first to 
(|,ualify to teach, then seek the ex- 
amination. If the (jandldatt! passes 
thf Original examination then, mak«~ 
application to the school board for a 
position in the public schools. If, 
denied, carry it to i\\e state school 
board, then it the Objection is not 
removed, "take It to the higher, court 
of the state of which I have no fear. 
Th(; courts of' this- slate- arc presid- 
ed over by men of high claes, men 
of good character, men whpse opinion 
would not change by, a few 
(lice white people. 


stale in some 
the wliites in 


Lucy Mae Willianu-Fiknet'son 

WILLIIIMS-PltlTERaON ~ 
NOPnUlS. 


j .si'tion iJKadi 
i ct^-,>woodrafl, 1 


Last Tuesday evening as the hands 
of the Old 'lime Piece pointed to the 
hour of eight and the crowded In- 
at;pendent Church Christ became 
suddenly quieted at the sounding of 
the notes of the piano a sweet v«ice. 
was bead giving ftrth a message of 
preju-j love in the selectkm "At Dawiiijiug 
Misa Leonadas Sifc'mons accofnpan- 



ied b-y Miss 'Jiilia Christian 
^cautif^y interpreted this 
^adhiaii. Under the 
palm.'! and' white 
santhemiiinis, the Rev. .\". P. (Jreggs 
r.ili^ally: * 

/ ^^h^l<cJjj^,of the piano were chang- 
ed, to thS«blemnitj: of Mendeli sohn's 
WeddJng'iManch alud the aisles of the 
church became kfecene of dij^i lay of 
lovely' gowhed iiiaidens acconi panied 
h^^ta^ely young men in full 
theWrtdesmaids. tbe Misses 
O^ter; Theresa ,Daw!>an, Edns 
It Kfr*"*"".. "Dudley and Juanitu 

'I "^rth-:- .;:'■ 

"''•■The Oro6|Usi»en were Mr. 
Piilteraon. Tpmmy Jones,. 
Wii^h, J»c<A Carter and tiii JMal 
J^blitf?!pattbn; > '■ .- 

The, bridesmaids' gowns wtfce 
blue, ro&S: peach apricot talfefa and 
orchid. 

Tli^'KlaweT girls, the little 


very 
ompo- 
hower 
chry- \ of trav ■! is threatening her lite. 


toric Eighth /kad Towne Aven'uf 
Church, Rev/ A- Milton Ward, min- 
ister, Sund4y at 11 a. m. Payne 
Mlddleton,,^r delegate to the Young 
Peoples' Qbng'ress will be tbe speak- 
er at 7v^0. Special muisic by the 
choir, "prof. Elmer C. Bartlett Is to 
arrive /in^the city In time to be in 

'ctarce of the choir. 

Sunday at 3:00 o'clojck BUhop 
youataln will hold a big mase meet- 
iBf In the interest of thel West Side 
A. Jf ■ E- Church, pastored by Major- 
CbapUte Prioleau. Members and 

' friendb^f tbe A. M. E. Churches ef 
tiiif vXf and vicinity ara called by 
oaf'btilhep to this big mass meeting 
at Sth and Towne Avenue Church. 
Pastor* are to* be ^^companletf by 
their respective «hoirs. 

Those were stirring old melhodlst 

- 'iinies in ''historic Sighth | and Towne 

^ A venae Church iMkt Siinday. The 
.cecaat^B was tita heginnlng of the 
' — r< canference JWfr, the first holy 
uuf aiOB ae r r rit an(} sermmi* Iv 
»M* 'fralat^ ot AMsW 


Church In the Los Angeles District 
to represent Caiifornis in k gxeat 
Conitectional 'Young Peoplie's Con' 
gress wlUch convened in Chlca^ 
last month with sixteen hundred 
delegates representing the Leagues'of 
the World. So well did he represent 
California that Dr. S. S. Morris, gen- 
eral Secretary A. C. E. League, gave 
Into his keeping the Field Secretak-y- 
shlp of the League In the Far West, 
tncludldg Washington, Oregon and 
California^ " j 

The California Annual Conference 
of the A. jM. B. Chnch which conven- 
ed In Sai^ Francisco last week, was 
BO well pleased iritb the work young 
MIddleton has accomplished, that| he 
was appointed State. Supt. of Leafae 
Work in I California. While we re- 
gret very! much Losing him from our 
iDcal "Y," to he has accomplished 
wonders with thQ boys of this com- 
nranl^, we see before him a great- 
er i^^ldt o|^ labor, and we compliment 
Un' apjoa aiMaptlnc it. Our beat 
.«ri»he« lav* wfik'Wm. , 


Win Mfi^ AsMuit^^a^ Race 
PkA Independent RiepublHfah 


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LaVei^ric Royail ahd Dtirris Ake their 
dresses of pink talTetta preced 
Matron of Honor. „ 

The Mat'ron of Honor, Jli 


IT SE^MS 10 ME. 



War clouds are 
gathering. .We can 


hear the sabres-rat-i died in the trencjhes while the inter 


tllng. • The Itirid 
spectre of death 
stalks in the open. 
The war to end wiir 
has not ended war. 
!rhie war "to make 
the world safe for 
democracy" has left 
autocrac;'. 
"^ilfr k ey and 
Greece have' been 

flghtint; for some 
time. IFranct has. be^n supporting 
Ortece. To ^gl).t against th« ally of 
ii nation means to fight against that 
nation itself. Fo;' instance, during 
tbe World War. a iratlon which was 
opposed- t-o Austria was also opposed 
to Germany. A nation that oppo.sed 
France wa^also opposing England. 
.Since this is true, it means that with 
the present WW going "on betw^een 
Turkey\ and:' Gfeecft-— France sup- 
porting' T.urtey and England ^ sup- 
porting Gr'%»^>>«*Fr^ncf and ^^^al 
Britain ■ are ; •fighting each other. 
'I'hink 6f jt. ; Two allitei Tn the late 
. w ar for dei^vcracs-— a war in which 
the two loalj 3,0ff0,000 inen 'killed, 
not to tpchtton y»e many more mil- 
lions woanded-nf^tiow lighting each 
(■ther. What, yoii ask, is the reason!?. 
There' are two .or three answers. 
First. England is a carrying nation.' 
She is inie'rested in trade routes." 
Any force ^'hich threatens her path 

She 


ItaliaiiBf Germans and Englishmen, 
On all of the munitions used from 
this J'Trnsli" during the war, the 
Kaisei* was able to- clip coupons. The 
poor, well-meaning men fought and 


national bankers cut watermelons 
and shook hands above the table. 

All thinking "pjeople should keep 
their eyes upon these war clouds..;- 
Wars benefit onlj^ a few; they Injurw"^ 
many. - Persons] may soar high in 
pairiotism for tl^ moment, but the 
black aftermath will come — swift . 
and sare and certain.' Wars take 
the flfljwer of thij' youth; they leave 
our young men I veritable stumpe — • 
legless, armJpss, Ihandless, physically 
wrecked. The Race must then be 
propogated and reproduced by the 
worst J-emnanls ijather than the test. ■ 
War also strike* every race, every 
cjreed, every color. Let each one of 
us use his influence to destroy all wa^ 
sentlfejit, especialUy wlien most wars- 
are against the Interest of the peo- 
pie. 

Some years a(o I read a splendid 
little book entiUed "The .Mexican 
People — Th'eir Struggle for Free-. 
dom," -by De La^a and Ptnchon. 

1 shall never toreet one statg;ment 
ntade therein. 11 was this; "History , 
records no case in which the peotile 
have declared a tvar, or in which the. 
ruling classes fought one." TOo 
l-rue. when thofee who declare wars, 
begin to Hgbt them, while' those who - 
fight wars begin to declare themi '- 
■we'll be getting very near the end of 
war-making and. war-waging. 


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dress. 
■ layme 
Durr, 
Ells- 
Frank 
Leslie 


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Misses 


s 3 Eu- 



can no niorp surrender her water 
route than ^ railroad company can 
pive up its tracks, k. boat without a 
place lo sail is valueless. A train 
without a track to rurt on is u.seless. 
It doesn't affecrthe sitVuatlon to say 
that, water ' withouc a boat and a 
track without a train are futile. We 
simply argue, then, that of two es- 
sentials, none can be dispensed with. 
It is interesting to note that the 
greatest nars in w|iich England has 
been engaged havq been wars over 
trade routes. (ireat Britain's w-ar 
with Spain,, ia Which the, Spanish 
Armada w«nt d»w^, was over com-: 
petition tor the seas.^Spain at that 
time holding a competing and com- 
mandlDg position. Holland at one 
time was a great maratime nation. 
The green eye of "Perfidious Albion " 
staredi at her and ere long England 
was at war with the Dtitch. The war 
of 1812 .between the luited Slates 
and Great Britain was also a light 
over trade ; routes. The Great War 
just ebded, as every student of his- 
tory knows, was produced chietly by 
England's opposition to the ■Berlin 
to Bagdad" railroad. This railroad 
which Germany proposed to con- 
strnct -would 'have given a shorter 
and quicker I'oute to the East. U 


U6LET RETIIfilS. 


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The Old Eaglje opens her' 'Wiiiin . , 
and welcomes to the shelter thereof '-; 
one of her own. 

Miss Ideli Albritton whc <■ wsll 
remembered by the patrons of the 
Eagle and wh0 has for the past' 
three years, beeii engaged with work 
in- the scientifc realm returned to 
do her bit in gilcing zest to a more 
prosperous an beneficial flight of th0 
Old Bird. < ■■. . 

..She Has Vot Brea Idl<> t '- 

Indeed t^ record which Miss AI-' 
brittoli hasXmade iA the sctentiftr- 
realm of thelcity is one in which the 
race may take liride. Entering Into 
the employ of the largest and most 
reliable Clinical Laboratory of which 
the city can boiast, as a mere .test 
tube and glassware cleaner, maker 
of the variety of culture media upon '. 
which bacteria grow, mixer of stains ' 
and corajpositor of reagents, she. 
through most earnest application and . 
hard work climbed to the 'top mo*t / 
rounds of positions to be heia in ti 
laboratory. A ll^nished goneral 
technician and at the time of leav- 
iiig the special Wassermsn Blood , 
Technician, So plettsed Iwere the 
doctors with whom she labored that ^ 


Jaines M.- Alexander by petition 
has had his- name entered on .the of- 
ficial ballot to be voted upoir at the 
coming genlral election In Novem- 
ber for the position of Assemblyman 
from the 74th AsMmbiy District, 
:thls makes Jbim and oppohent of the' 
present' Asaembtyman and pomihee 
Frederick M. 'Roberts on the Repub- 
lican ticket aiia Mr. Pitts on the Sor. 
cialiBt ticket botlj of whom are mem- 
ber? of the Negre, race: 
' Mr. Alezahder briefly suraniariMs 
his platfom 6h'e#ciency a« follows: 

Bcenomy' itfl State Government, 
Proportlonat^^glpresentatioq^ in the 
goveriuneBt and to 
'kt W tke.eai intar- 
ix irate f«r b«B An- 
.gefes (HMtnty, 


ofhcera of 
stand at ftl%^l 
est and a 1< 
gelea and 



llr. JiHaaa^; fa a ptonMsr-eltlaen 


of thistdty In fact w^s rewed here, 
he has establtahed aR enviable repu- 
tation as a man of hoTM>r and integ- 
lity by his industrious Ife. huinble 
poaitio^is and his geheralall around 
us^ulh^ss as a cittfen in 14U9 he 
was ai>i)6lnted by Ijresldant Tal.t as 
the Cashlef in the OWce of the In- 
terhal Revenue ofllce of this city 
which poaitioa with a demotion un- 
der the^retgn of the Democratic ad:; 
mipstraton he held for 14 years and 
resiineitt thia foaitlpn on his own mo- 
tloD only a few week» ago- 

On jliict record as a citften, on an 
unblerailhed record he has in the 
manner as provided for by law avail- 
ed hl^ right as an American citizen to 


:X.eviefi Robert Patters* >n 

nlc4' P-oart wore a coral pink gown 
and 'the^Mald of Honor Miss 1 helma 
Jamison wore a Pea Green go irn. 

The;,Misses Lolita Mae, anc Veda 
DeLOis Durr gowned in white taffet- 
ta, preceded the bride. 

The! the bride, the bridal march 
announced her even 'before si e was 
^een, the bride all dressed In -white- 
r^ lovely little bride in white geor- 
gette crepe trimmed with Ros i point 
lace with a white satin unde neath, 
a streaming veil crowned wit li or-, 
ange- blossom^, the slippers v ere of 
white satin with Rhinestone b icklea. 
The bride's bouquet was of white', 
rose buds, lilies of the vail y anld 
white sweet peas. So Miss Lu :y Male 
WltttamB slowly approaches -■ t^e 
altar. , ' 

But wait, the froOm got, there 
too, the groom In full dtess iccom- 
panled by Mr. N. C. Harper .a id pro- 
'cedfed by Master Prince B »Ters, 
Ting bearer, also in full; drest 

Tli Matron of Honoi-'B I t>u<iuet 
was^f plUk roses,, the brid* unaids 
were pink tweet rtisas. \ „ 

The o«remony vas quickb' ended 
and Mlas Lucy Ma'ft,WIUiam« vm no 
niore but happily did the groom 
<imU9 ,as all congratulated Br. and 


Zm^^::»XntW^^^^{y^uk Mri.'^M»,rt Robert Patters, a 


jWits iU4 c^dd4#~*o the voters 
otTl^e 74th Assemiiy -^ DiA»I«t for 
thnr'^mieat conMotoCtios. • . : 

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M^m 


Mra. Patterson is well knciwn In 
miisieal circle of the city an< is the 
daotl^r of Mrs^ A. B. FraiiillB of 


.would have given ti rail route which ] they have lauded her work on every 
. would have played havoc with Eng- ' 
land's long, slow wwer routes. Eng- 
land beheld' her. setting sun. so war 
with Germany was the order of ^he 
day. ., ' ' ' 

Many readers 'wiU recall that whet 
lEiigland xame to. the Peace Confer-! 
ence she Iwas unwilling to discuss 
I'the ifreedonl of the seaR,?* The only 
ffreedonj of the seasj" Tjrhich Eng- 
land would concede is her freedom 
jto ^ittrol the sea^. ' ^ . ,- 
j "A-tfother waf -«!^ttsed -at xh%;-pre- 
iseiO. time ivill prpbaMy escape, most' 
ipeople: the In^ceafiity or 'netting HA 
iv>f lelt-ovrr.^wiir" junk. The World 
■tt'ar closed-^ lll'lfte sopper-.than the 
m^ nufactuners \: 'vQf i^mpnitions ex- 
pected.' , . "»e»'9 w-as, left on .hai^ds 
shrapnell si^ati- fliellSr^is&L-plates, 
:poison B^a, li^s. : t)R.rpedo boats, 
guns -and Other war material.- ' Moet 
,of- ■ this idi^fierlal^' had been^old Co 
^diffefeat govleriune&ts at thigh prices. 
Nevertheless -when the vkar closed, 
thege madttfact^^rs^—l^.ught back 
such nmterial at fabously low prices. 
They noiw , wairt to sell it, and. to sell 
it £t £_[hu]f4.ptofiti^' gliey can only 
sell, . howevei*, whw someone is cou' 
sunhng-l— usf^g ^ materials ' they 
have tb sejl-- Thesevmaterlais.wlU be 
used only -wlhen a I'^nar is' going on. 


hand giving her the title of 
"T. B. Specialislt" because ot her 
great ability to discover this treach- 
erous bacciili. no matter in what 
material it was i enclosed. ■ 

But even of ail this she' tired aad 
under the protect of her employers 
left that worhi, qnly last »-eek.. Dr. 
firetn. the Wad ibf the 'firm of which 
Miss 'Albritton ^as an employee is 
ijationally recoghized as one of tha 
nrst mfn in the Medical wnrtd. 

Jfrertdent Of the County .Medical 
Associ^on of this County and au- 
tho,r of many medical ^rks as welt, 
it was indeed a jprivilege for otite-of 
o^rs to have a c|iance to .study under 

^im. : ij .,-: , 

> Miss AIbritta||i has raftered tha 
iaqks ot the Eajkleites and appre- 
.clateB the recepflon accorded her by 
ar patrons 



MIoiBN-YQill ' 

joLOREfpopuonm 


Nofdoubt the.chiet.httyers-ttki of ifikch 

material were Trenchmea and Bngyb'~""^r".T.. """CT. — i "' --—...-.--- 
,1l8^en,^l^ U Is |<Mit TjosrfUle tha^f,** thM thewhlt^ pUgae^i, a stea^ 


That three, 
persons as 


:es as many colored 
e of .tubercalosis 


Eaglajid^attd Ft^^ee. have an':^^«e- 
joent among tbemselvee to "-teie" o'ir 
Oie Turkish^ and 6^k~^.for^~tb 

tght:. . Tber^> is asm^^ather- recent. 
UHtotf ln-'|:8uppor<oT' our "osmteii^ 
MjOn. We recall the sensa^on cre- 
ated biy Karl Uebnecht in tl4 Riech- 
stag a! fe^ ilenn agc^ When J he ex- 
podett ihow? Ijhe German .and French 
munitions niaker^had flnaneed cer- 
tain newspaneim coBafaaUyto raise 
a howl about. w|kr between Germany 
and fraace. i The object -was to make 
each natiOB farm «i>d prepare heav- 
ily. This pMparedneaa wonld reaalt 
in the moatuons manutaetaxlbrs aeif* 
ing good! to[<l«raiai>7 ud to Frausa. 
A better iMlgiit IstO thb isrt otU> 
temaaonal iaggltec ^rltlk'tjke UMa -^ « 
aiad liberties of t^ people may befrluuamoni 
^jn in Frederick C. Howe's hook, 
'''Wliy Warf''-.I&a thw* dfapaanMa 
on the Uarr^y Traat. Tkis la a «nMt 
interaatloaai munltloM traat locaAad 
in Bagland.! The stock, howewr* ia 
held by jAm«rlcans, Fyeackme^j 


fly increasing miehace to New 'York's 
Vr^;irftO tolored citizens were atart- 
Jing declarations made by Dr. James 
A. Miller, president of tbe New Tork 
Tilberculoals Association at Har- 
lem's opening oealth tfeek meeting ' 
held la the Westi ISSth Street branch 
of the PaMlc Library. To syatema- 
tize the work fk stamping oat the 
disease the Harfem Health Iaft>m- 
was oEganlted last 



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Shackelford & Loggins, Real Entile Br€ikei*s, Ihsuriince, Nots^ fybfic 




|ai7 CENTRAL AVENUE 


PHONE 205-30 



THE WAR IN THK NEAR EAST 


Star Piano Store 

1630 South Hill St 


The great and tremendous STARR 
HOUSE with its wonderful and unsur- 
passed STARR SERVICE offers to the 
readers of the Eagle its extensive line of | 
Pianos, both Uprights and Grands and its | 
tuneful Player-Pianos at most astonish- 
Jj ingly low prices when the high quality' is 
1- considered. } 


Every Starr Piano carries with it our 
bona-fide> rock-ribbed guarantee of quality, workman- 
ship, fine service 'and honest prices^ Our treatment to 
all of our thousands of customers is always the same — 
efficient, courteous, considerate and straightforward. 
We tr«|at all alike and have ny favorites. 


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We know that your 
child is gifted by nature, 
by feeling and by tradi- 
:tion to strike out for mu- 
sical excellence and that 
ithe attainment of musical 
^knowledge will keep your 
uchild from the street, 
l^way from undesirable; 
) company, will refine iLs 
mind and place it in a po- 
sition of culture, refinement and good personal as well as 
public usefulness that must: lead it to a higher plane of 
life and earning power. 

Save your child from the street and from ignorance 
by buying a useful STARR PIANO. 

We have some other makes of Pianos in stock, used 
but in fair condition, for less than $250 and $200. 

I 

Our business Hout's are from 
X 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. iti. 

Call and inspect our big and i^uperior stock of Pianos 
now and do not delay a moment, as our new eight-story 
high Starr Piano home is about to be erected anrf all of 
our Pianos must be sold at very substantially reduced 
figures. — ' ''■-.'": 

P.S.: Whilst visiting our store at 630 SOUTH HILL 
STREET, also inspect our famous Starr Phonographs and 
listen to the original sweet-sounding Gennett Records. 



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DON'T! DONT!! 

CUT YOUR HAIR 

Use a Creole Featherweigb Bob Made of 
Natural Curly Hair 

Creole Preparations for Hair and Complex- 
ion positively gives i-esults. Climax Hair Straightener 
for men;^ Pressing Combs and/Tongs always in stock. 

Costumes for Mask Balls anfi Parties for Rent 

Visit the 

Largest Beauty CuKire Academy 

On The Pacific Coast 

MRS. ROSA L. SAMPSON-MORRIS, PreslgM 1^ 
MRS. BOYD T. CARTER, Vice-Pres. 

MISS THEO. JONES, Secy. 

1114 CENTRAL AVENUE 

Phone*: 11295. Res: So. 692 7-J 

Lot Angeles, California t 


By 0"1 V. Biggs 

Now York, Oct. — *^ What import- 
ance does the situation in the Near 
Kast hold for the Negro peoples of 
America? - ' ■ 

Thisr that every blow struck at 
WHITE SUPREMACY, no matter by 
whom struck, is a blow struck in the 
interest or the ultimate lilieration of 
the colored races. 

The World War, in which the 
N^'htte races fouglrt each other, re- 
presents a series of blows struck 
against white supremacy BY THE 
WHITES THEMSELVI^S. The 

bringing in by the Allies of colored 
troops from Africa, Asia and "Amer- 
ica to help them fight their white 
fnt-mies made possible another b'ow 
at white supYeraacy aud_ a terrific 
shattering of wliite prestige and 
bluff, two of the main foundation 
stones of white, supremacy. 

The brilliant I'urkish victories 
over the British-backed Greek Army 
in Asia Minor represent another 
series of smashing blows at what is 
now the more or less battered su- 
premacy of the white imperialists. 

The present situation in the Near 
East in which the British art; al- 
ttinpting to prevent the lurks fiom 
Kathering tlie full fruits of their 
victories over- the terribly beaten 
Cireek Army has in it all the nialei^ 
iul.s for a great world conflagration 

in which the colored races of: tl^e 
world will unite, to give the death- 
blow to the decrepit and fast dyin^ 
but still brutal British Empire. As 
the British Empire is at present 
I and has been for a long time, the 
cornjr stone of white supremacy 
and white domination of colored 
. lands and peoples, its destruction 
; would mean the virtual eliminati' ti 
from world politics of the vicious 
;ind murderous principle of while 
I eminent domajn. vnder which so 
i many millions of colored people 
have been robbed of tlVeir lands and 
riches and deprived of their liber- 
ties, and through whitch while cap- 
i ilalism — the real dominating lorce- - 
I has ix'netrated the ends of the earth. 
j Irringing pitiless exploitation, ter- 
rilile woe. and ininiany cases, virtual 
i r-\ti'i iniiiatioii to the aborigines. 
j The colored races of the world 
I are today welded together (11 by 
\irlne of the fact that they have sul- 
lered together the indignities and 
(ruelties heaped upon the darker 
races by the white capitalist civili- 
/.alion. ■euphemiously known a« 
^Wfs^tern Civilizatiim';'' and, being 
cotHinou victims. have naturally 
com9-.^to look upon each other as 
natura>s^allies in the necessary way 
01 l.iberiHion; (2) by religious ties 
which, in vl"' ca.se of the Africans. 
th« Turks, tlve Afghans, and the Mo- 
hammedans off India and China, 
bring all these people together under 
the flag of Islem to fight the white 
t'hrlstian Powers of Europe who 
have partitioned and- mined Aifrlca 
iind would,do likewise to all Asia. 

I'nder fine or the other of thes>' 
tuo clau.^es are allied, systematically 
or actually. \IA. thinking colored 
pi ople of the world. ; 

With the colored races are adieil 
I today the revolutionary people of 
I Soviet Russia, because it is the best 
I strategy available to them lor tlie 
! moment. - _ 

] Krance and Italy, remembering 
that Great Britian always gets the 
lions share of the plunder, and jeal- 
ous of- the booty of oil and land?! 
which Britain grabbed at the con- 
clusion of the World War wl'.ile the 
ink on her promises and declarations 
of democracy and selt-determinatiOn 
was wet^Erance and Italy, remeni- 
bering all this, are not anxiou.s to 
play Britain's game any longer and 
are accordingly adopting a neutral 
attitude. Moreover, in the under- 
handed way of European diplomacy, 
Imth of these powers secretly backt^d 
Kemell Pasha against the Greeks, 
whom Britain was secretly backing. 
Britain's hopse having lost, France 
and Italy are not disposed to help 
recoup her losses. 

Furthermore, Europe is sick, to 
death. Not one of the European 
Powers, nor all of them comhiiied, 
is in a. position -to face the warri^)rs 
of .Africa and Asia in a war of-^ho 
Black. Brown and Yellow races, 
armed and supported by revolution- 
ary Russia, against white capitalist 
civilization. 

The American .N'egin&^may find his 
problem solved for him by what 
happens in the Near Eastern thea- 
tj-e. White supremacy and impu- 
dence smashed in' Europe could not 
continue to maintain itself iu t|he 
United States. Its backbone is the 
British Empire. That smashed and 
w'hite supremacy will fade univers- 
ally. 

OLD S.^lTAX AXD sax FRAXCISCO 


as uncomfortable for the devil in the 
State of California apd Nevada as 
possible. He gave an Interesting ad- 
dress on the work of the Church in 
Ceutral and Soiith America where 
they are establislUng schools and 
churches. He also pointed out the 
very urgent nejessity of securing 
more men and women for the work 
of the ch,urch." Out of this confer- 
ence came the transfer of Kev.' L. S. 
Gpolsby, who had *erved here for tile 
past two years, anS the appoiutmelit 
of Rev. J. A. Brown, formerly of 
Oakland to the local church. : . 

September 22 saw the retirement 
fi'.om the trenches of Bishop Foun- 
taiu's forcei. I hey were immedi- 
ately replaced by those of Field Mar- 
shal, the Right Rev. L. Westinghousc 
Kyle, who Was accomiianieA by a. 
host of religiou.s" workers under the 
banners of the A. M. E. Zion Church. 
This aggregation of ministers were 
lentrenchcd for a week at the G.eary 
Street edifice of this denomlnataon. 
Information given at these head- 
quarters show that the chur<;h has 
made steady progress and miny de- 
sertions. Bishop Kyle told of the 
great gains being made by the church 
throughout €ali£orhia fnd tlve six 
other conferences over which he 
presides. He also transferred in 
three new ministers from outside 
conferences. Resolutions asljtng 

Senators Jtohnsoii and Shortridge to 
support the Dyer Bill was passed. 
Bishop Kyle re-appointed the Rev. 
W. J. J. Byers to the local church 
for this year. The appointment was 
well received by,-jlhose present. 

Old Beleguese ^nd his sadly bat- 
tered forces having been unable to- 
wfthstand the heavy land operation 
of the foregoing .Major-General and 
Field .Mai-shal, who liad employed 
the famous scissor and nincer tac- 
tics, withdrew sullenly to Goal Is- 
land. 'I'uesday uiornhig'^ of this 
week he was attac^d i<y ."^orlhern 
California BaplistSv', ' TWf campaigr, 
is being conduite^i iroiii th'- Flag- 
ship ,3rd Bapti.stiCliurch. whiclj is 
under the command of Rear-.-\dmiral 
Rev J. A. Dennis,'; Spiiiidal liydro- 
planes and sixteen' inch gosju'l ser- 
mons ejected from the Big Be)'tiuis 
of the JVaptist. Chun-li are r.\pi'cted, 
Ic diSlodgi' iiiid utterly d.estroy the 
devil and all bis hosts in and for 
the <ity and cyunty -of San Franci.-^co 
by Sunday evliiing when the .Xs.-o- 
ciiition will close lis sessions. It 
certainly has been a tough three 
weeks lor the devil in'thjs neck of 
the woods. 



With Every Purchase In Our €hUd- 

ren's Dept. on TSaturday 

Mothers, bring your c lildren to the Western Department Store on Sat- 
urday for with every purchase that is made on children's wears, regard- 
less of what price we v ill give cfbsoluteljr FRfet'-oiie beautiful 7x9 photo- 
graph of your child wl erether a baby or boy/or girl up to 14 years. Pic- 
cures are all finely finis hed and mounted iirVieb-^i^lass folder. Bring! the 
kiddies dressed ready to have their picture taKen.-Y-all wprk done right 
Iiere in our store. Retnember — ^no matter wlAtt 'you buy in children's 
wears .vou are entitledfto one sitting FREE. ..Saturday only! 

irnDeiStore 

229-26 Scl^dway 





.\\\(>r.\tKMK\T 

There will be a public reception in 
honor of .Mnie. f'olc Talb.-i t ai ih.' 
labernacle Bajitist Church. ..Mo'nday 
evening. Oct. '.'lb and .Mrs. Jas': Har- 
den- of Shreveporl, La., and .Mrs. S. 
.-\. Cole, the mother ot .Mine, ajbcrt. 
The jjuhlic is cordiallv invited. 

THE TABKRNACLK BAPTIST 
CHt-RCH 





SMITH <& JWILLIAMS 

f^on-Commjssion Funeral Directors and Embalmers 


(IN C. 


NOTlfK TO (OATRmi TOK.S 

All persons coni ribuiiiig to the 
ni'ws of the pap'r nnist uii'l.' ij\ a 
legible 1 hand on one sidc^of rln 
pajier only. Co-operation ui this. 
niatl--r .will les.-o'n lypnf;i.,;plii( al 
errors. 


\\ 11, KINS IM.AXO .ACADEMY 

. CHANGKS DATK OV 
KKCITAL 


Oweing lo Holidween and num- 
erous previously announced Reci- 
lal'.^. -Wilkins Pialno .-\cademy has 
been compelled to change tbi' dali.- 
of presenting Miss Lncile Banlon ir. 
recital to Thursday evening. Novem- 
ber 2ntl. Full "partiS'ulaiis an- 
nounced later: 



Best 

Lady Attendant for )yomen 
udCliUdi 


National Employment 


That is why a GomiHete Funeral;for $75. Other funerals in proportion. Th<s 


without extravagance. 

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SECURES POSITIONS FOR FIRST-CLASS HELP 
Mrs. G. VVeatherton j \ . 
No Sunda.v Calls. Phone Colorada 7214 



PHONE PICO 175 i 
131 ICENTRAL AVE^ 


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Pasadena 


-WATCH OUR PRICE^ 


Greenspan's Poultry and Egg Market 

OUR MOTTO: "QuaHty, Prompt Attentiofa and Reasonable 
Prices." 



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Fire Insurance 

Talk With STOKES 


1201 1-2 Central 




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Broadway 3130 


1142 CENTRAL AVE. 


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PHONE 823326 


^ BUY YOUR FORD FROM > • $ 


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Since the 19th of September, this 
city, once a portion of the Happy 
i Hunting Ground of His Satanic Ma- 
j jesty, the Honorable Mr. ' Belzebu, 
j has been invaded by the hosts Of 
I thie iMTd, and It looks- as tho;he will 
1 Ve driven into the Bay, in fact he 
has already been- driven there, but 
J there will be no rest tor him' there 
as the army forces have turned the 
battle over to the Navy, who will 
this week direct a campaign against 
him from the Third Baptist Church, 
where the gospel .workers ot the 
Northern California Baptist Church 
Association will meet for a sU day 
bombardment ot the Satanic hosts. 
Looks as tho be U In tor some con- 
tinued beary barrages of spiritual 
mustard gks and Gospel shrapnel. 
The campaign, against the occu- 
pants ot the "Bottomless Pit" was 
opened on the 11th of September at 
the Powell Street A. M. E. Church, 
where Major General Rtght Rev. WI. 
A. Fountain assembled nearly 10^ 
ministers,, and 150 other co-religl 
onlBt in Sf conference of that con- 
nection. Bishop Foiintain, Inspired 
his bpsts. to a greater endeavor and 
asked that they continue to make It 

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Aj NERNEY'S— 52NP & VERMONT AVE. 

' Authorized FORD Dealer 
Phone: Vermont 175 


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The Quality Shop 

Geiit s Furnishinj^s 

(Henderson & Henderson, Pr<^*. 

The well pressed mar; who appreciates 4he class and realize* 
that from THU QUALITY SHOP he can get the best goodi 
at the moat reasonable prices. — Don't Forget The ]l?lac«. 
962 CENTRAL AVENUi; 


Attention! Colored* Folks | 

DONT HESITATE | 

We have work waiting for you as ^Cooks, Maids, Day- | 

Workers, Porters, Janitors, Chauffeurs, laborers, etc. at |f 

I 1474 Central Ave. — Central Employment Agency. 
' Phone271911. 


STOP! LOOK! READ 


Seventh Anniversaiy 


-OF THE- 


Pastorate of Rev, LEIightier 
Lincoln Meh^orial 

Congregational Church 

34TH STREET AND CENTRAL AVJE. " 

"TH| MESSAGE? TO THE SEVEN 

fCHURCHES OF ASIA MINOR. (Rev. 2, 3.) 

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By: Able Ministers ot Los Angeles Churches | 

Sundiy Night, Oct. 8Ufe, 7:30— "Message to tlie« Church' of 

lEphe^us" ,'.:. By Pastor, Rev. Ej. E. Lightner 

Mond ay Night, Oct. 9t^, 7:30 — "Message to Church at Smyrna" 

j - Rev. W. Ri. Hutchijison 

Tuesta^r Night, Oct. 10th, 7:3<)— -Message to the Church at 

Pergamos" :. Rev. J. C. Andei-soii 

Wedne^ay Njght, Ofct. llth, 7:30 — "Message to the Churqh at 

Thyatira" .-. , Rev. Wm. A. Wadiin|l;on 

Thur»lay Night, Oct. 12th, 7:30— "Message to the Chiirch at 

Sardis'' Rev, L. B. Brown 

Frida: Night, .Oct. 13th, 7 :30— "Message to the Church] at 

Philadelphia"... ..; ;..Rev. A. M. Ward 

S^da|r, Oct. IStt^, 3:00 P. M.— "Message to i;h€ Church- at 

..1-.— .- .-!.' ...l..Rev."N. p. Grejgs 


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Laodicea".. 

Hear all thes«\Measa|{bs. — ^A treat ul >tore fior all 

hV GARROTT; 
N. KlANE, \^ ■■ ' .. ^ 
A- J. ALEXANDER, t>«»c^B8. ,. 
E..E. OGHTNEE, ftwtor. f ^ »~» 


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PHONE: MAIN 3993 


Bashor's Place 


Poultry, Fish and Meat 

Market DeLuxe 


928-30 CENTRAL AVE. 


A< the Fall S<-a«<)n appruache For th 
mers th«" R\.->Ht)H?» art- litoUins oat (• 
"T:»e B. »l or ^l>thinK for oor Tra.lf: <<>art«^ns 
IMm't fbrg>n th. .>lil Reliable. 


Ix'neflt of their custo- 
}»u. Remember our motto- 


Trratinenr. 


Viait Our Meat Department 

S. Ml BASHOR 


928-30 CENTRAL AVE. 


LOS ANGELES, CAL. 


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CAPITAL ST(K:K $25,000.00 



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203-4Wilsoa Block, 


to Loan 

102 So. Spring, Plionie Main 2833 


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I THERE IS A DIFFERINCE 

I TRY OUR 35c DINNERS AND -SEE FOR YOURSELF 


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Service With A Sr 

SILVER THISTLE CAFE 
1310 East 9th Street 


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OLD FURNITURE MADE NEW 
CABlNlTS AND FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS MADE 
TO ORDER , 

RepairiniF, refinishing, upholstering. .\I1 work guaran- 
teed. We have nothin-g but well pleased customers, and 
to give us a trial only means satisfaction to you. 

Years of e.xperience in this line enables jus to turn out 
a class of work second to none, and our mdtiern equipped 
shop enables us to do it with neatness and despatch. 

Work called for and delivered, we are no farther away 
than your phone. 

Call South 2481— W. BATEMAN'S Cabinet Shop 

1310 Newton Street Los Angeles, California 


,last wetk 
Rhv. John 
last wppk 
Bak«>r'5fipt(l. 
Rivprsiilp. 
Redlands 

San Bfrnardmo. Rev. 
Sto<'kti)n, Rov J. H. 
Northern District. Rer. G. 
was not rei'gived intr) the 


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OaeeSll EaM Secaad St. .v Bes. SVlfl Xev Jener St. 

OOe/e Opea From T A. mL To S t>. K. Boyla V7M 

PHOXS8: BfWidway 2106; namm 12879 


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Come and See The Old ReUable 


W. 


COLEMAX 


Employment Agency 

If you are looking tor work and mean 
business you will save time and wor- 
ry by calling at my office at once. My 
strict bujiness dealing and careful 
selection have won for me the confi- 
denpe of those who want Colored 
help.i 

Law aad CoHectioB A gtucj Bgrine— 
Chaacea. 
.D OVER 8it,OO0 COLORE3> IX THK LAJBT 14 TKAB8. 
liM Aageles, CaUfonda. 


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Camo School for 
Hair Growing 

CAMO HAS ESTABLISH- 
EIMTS REPUTATION 

as the most successful 
HAIR GROWER ot this 
PLANET. 

Miss Adah Ross, the dis- 
coverer of CAMO at 849 
Hemlock St. is housed for 
business. 

Miss Ross first grew her 
own hair. Within the 
past few years of opera- 
tion in Los Angeles, she 
has grown many hundred 
beautiful growths for wo- 
men by Camo who were 
void of beauty prior to its 
introduction. 

Pboae Main 5216. 


Neville's Dru^ Store 

Service Every Second 

r.i . Tl^re is no need of going down town to trade when yon 
1 iave an up-to-date DRUQ STORE in your neighborhood. 
WITH DOWN TOWN PRICES. 

N. W. COR 7th AND CKNTRAL ATK. 


PQR RILVT: Lovely furnished 
roonft. ***6 San Pedro St.. Phone 
§94493. Gentleman or man and wife 
preferred. 


WOjL WILLIAMJI. NOTICE: 

Ifeadames Brnnner and N'ellie 
are anxious to get in touch 
WiU Williams. t 


WAXTED: Colored men to qaality 
for sleeping car and train porters. 
Experience unneceeiMry. Transpor- 
tation furnished. Write W. W. Bog;^ 
gesB. Supt-. St. Lonis. • 


Miss Mirian Garrott. Secretary of 
the T. W. C. A. is oB the sick list 
this week. 


Rn'ERSIDE SNAP SHCiTS 
By Jay Hitwker. 

Rev. T. A. Simpson, former iJastor 
of the A. .M. E. ?ion Chuk-ch at 
Blyttie. bur who Has been ! trans- 
formed and -Stationed at Hrescott, 
.Arizona, was a visitor h'^re last 

Wf^k. 1; 

>Ir. J.' R. Robinson, ohe pt. Los 
Angel*^* popular barlM-rs .jwasi a visi- 
tor last week and paid his f.«ip»;cts 
to the Ea.^le man. 

The Sun Flower Barber Sl)Dp has 
built a near attractive sho* shin- 
iuKyStand where you can bej served 
witttitUit going down town. 1193 

Park Avenue is the place. 

Mrs: McCowan ^nd thildren 
moTe'd to Imperial Valley lasx week 
« her^ Mr. .McCowan ^s employed. 
.Mr-' Dawson Gordon has ' estab- 
lished a shoe shinning business at 
the Sun Flower Barber Shop. Call 
'when, in need of such seryic^e. La- 
dies are invited, to iisg ijhe Sun 
Flower- Shoe' Shine, as everything lis 
nrst -class. 

.\fter seveVal weeks sperjt in a 
d^-lightfuf- visit to Mr. and .Vlrs. Thos 
Bryant, old time friends. Mrs. .Vla- 
mie .M. Exingle left last weeik for a 
visit With fi-iends in Los AnE«'lei» 
and San Francisco respectively when 
shs will return tu her home '^ -^t" 
lanta^i^Ga... ■ . ■ 'i 

f Iciios from th^ --^ -^I- E Annual 
^Conference sitting in San Ftfancisco 
.\Ir. George Johnson and 
H B'lohanan retailed 
R-\. T. A. Collins to 
ReN , McCorkle ' i" 
Rev. S ' E. Edwards to 
Rp'v - J. E. FiiCrher to 
Brant^ord to 
Wilsoni. P. E. 
\V., Reed. 
tijaveiing 
connection. Rev. Jame.s WUshmg- 
ti'ii, "p. E. Southern District. 

Mr. Charles Gordon has re-entered 
the ■ business world. He ?i)ld ■ his 
Lo-.ifectionary business some two 
vyars ago. So, now he has opened 
up in the same lini' and" haj added 
dr;- aoods. notions and a ■line of 
pati-nt medicines. And Thej Eagle 
tti.-Ahes him success in the Nelw Ven- 
ture. 

Say brother business is| .-'iirely 
pickiu.s: up in parts. Will h-|t them 
soon. 

Rev, .\ Simpson is back frOm Con- 
ftrence. He is stationed ad Sant.i 
Monica this year. Rev. Simpson 
aays his mission this year is to erect 
a house of worship. 

.Mr. and Mrs. I. Beal of Redlands 
were visitors last week. | 

.Mr. Sterling Gordon pr(d Mr? 
Carrie Davis were unitekJiin the 
I bond of Holy wedlock in LoS jiiiLseles' 
I Sept 28 The Eagle extendi con- 
' gratulations Wishing a pleaceful 
! and prosperous sailing on the great 
niatriHnonial sea. -Mr and .Mifsl Gor- 
I don arrived in tiie, city last Friday 
I and are at home to ail friends. 
! Mrs. Gusie Villty carae ih from 
Los Angeles Ijst week to take care 
ba})y boy who is very sick. 
.\aron Wiley still is Ion the 
Bi(^ list. ' ! , 

Mrs. Jose'phitie Strong of t^lorlda 
lectured recently at Second JBaptist' 
Church on .African Missions. 

-Mr. W. H. Reagan took a ;weeks 
vacation spenditvg the time !in San 
Francisco and' the BSy regipos. 

Rev. Hall Dempsty of Ljos iVn- 
ge.lca preached at Parte aveniie Sun- 
day. '■ 

Rev. .McCorkle, the Bew pastor 
held forth at the A. M. ' E. Church. 
He was greeted by ainapp reciative 
audience at, both morning and even- 
ing services. 

Rev. H. H. Williamson wa.- slight- 
ly on the sick list SuiJday, Don't it 
i^e^m strange that we grt sick on 
Sunday. '■ 

' .Mrs. Hall Alves has t|iken the po- 
sition, of Clet^n the Jerry Wiley's 
Groicery store. 1 ! 

.Mrs. Charles/ Gordojil is th^ clerk 
in her husgan'd^s newjstore. 

Rev. Mr. ^hoqEleyJ' Evangelist, 
I'reached at;;- Second ^aptist fhurch 
last Sunday night, f " 
> Ell CE.VTRO 

Rer. Herring who has pitstored 
churrces fn Arizona^ i Colorado and 
also in this State has bgen apJKiinted 
to the A. M. 'E. Chuirch here. "-He 
brings to the charge, years of ex- 
r^rienco and com^s quite nopeful 
oC doing a splendid work [in the 
valley. He preached two helpful 
sermons last Sunday. | . 

The ladies of the C. M. E. Church 
gave a Social last Saturday eVenin^. 
Rev. White is bringljig to a close a 
most successful year and will hold 
his last serrlce ne;ct Snndky at 
which time Presidiat Elder, ^ntler, 
will be present. , ' ? 
. Mrs. Wliite is risitinK relatlres itt 
McCloud. 

Miss E. B. Joshua, representing 
the Foreign ; Missionary Society of 
the National Baptist Convention will 
address the citizens, of' Imperial 
Valley, Oct. 22. \ A large mass meet- 
ing will be had during the aftemoou 

with' 


Los Angeles. 

Hkrry Copeland and family mo- 
tored into EI Centro last Monday 
after a three months tour, of Eastern 
slates. While away he visited his 
former home in Columbus. Ohio. 
. The Ei Centro FCrum. F. B. .Al- 
esander,' president, lias resumed 
sessions. Interesting meetings are 
conducted every Sunday afternoon. 
Addresses were made last Sunday by 
Rev. Herring and! .Mr. T. J. Ander- 
son of Austin. T^xas. .^ 

The .City Schobl opened the 1922- 
23 session l^t Monday. .\li spools 
report increaJsed attendance 

The Eastside School is fortunate 
in that the gotire teaching force of 
last year*was' reelected. Several 
improvemenits are being made in 
conducting the work and indications 
are that thle work this year will 
surpass all previous efforts W. .A. 
Payne is Principal and tt-acher of 
Junior High School subjei-ts. Mrs. 
Lily .M. DeVaugh B-S: .Miss Ru-th 
Travers 3-g; .Mrs. Mattie N«l-on. 2; 
.Miss LuciHe Catley I grades; Miss 
Frieda Strudwic. Home Ecoiomics; 
Miss Win^frede Pierson^ .Mu.^ic; .\ft'. 
L. E. Buitk. .Manuel Tliainlng; .Mr. 
Horace W Iliams. Orchestra. 

In addiljion to their regular grade" 
ivork Miss- Travers has charge of the 
Physical Education of upp0; grade 
girls; Mr Payne Physical Education, 
brys; .Vlrs. uDeVaughm Vic- Princi- 
i;al and .-Vrt; Mrs. N'elson, .Dtan o( 
girl.'i; Miss Catley. Spanish and Glee 
Cliitf, The enrollment- is much 
larger than in the beginning of any 
previous ..year and an ariditi(jnal 
teacher will undoubtedly b^ added 
before the holidays. 

Dr. J. J. Robei;is. Chiropractor 
ha* opened offices here He formerly 
lived in San Diego where he com- 
pleted th# course. 

Thoma% N>lBon Jr. is ;jnior.g.the 
ueW pupj'ls enrolled isj thejcity 
schools, fte is a member ht th'e 9th 
year class and with his sa.\aphone 
makes a pleasing additic'ri to the 
orchestra.. 

Mr?^- N.els(jn and .Miss Travers are 
cozilyi ".^t Home" in the W,right 
prop%fty. Just who is boss mid who 
is took win be announced latt-r. : 

W.\TTS MH-.VI> 


•BOn^E HEIGHTS XEWS. 


•; (Myrher ShiTers) 

Pamuel M. Adkins. Jr., 3010 
per Blvd.. son oj I^v. Samuf*! 
and Amanda Adkins. died at C; 


Kearney. Calif.. ; Friday. Sept. 2iith 


after an illness of several nion 
Funeral service Was held at A 


Robt^rfe and Sons;. 2 p. ra Tuesi ay 


Oct. 5-rd. Interment at Evergr 
Cemetery 

-Mrp. .Mattie Irvin who resides 


was burned >ery 


l.s 


but 


OFFICERS: 

DR J S OCTLAW. 
- MR. L. M BLODGETlfr 
.\TTV(L.\HE.\CE a 

-Attorney 
LR. CHAS. S. DIGG 
DR GEO. D TAYLO 


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Res. So. f 836 


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Indiana Realty Cp. 


M. SHELTEN 
Hihone 25S51 


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ri29.g.'pper .Blyd. 
bad\y? Sunday Get 
,cbvtriifg., ■' ' 

Rev. Howard who is a raep.jbe 
the Jjt, Olivet Baptist Churt^ 
ill at'lrw l;ome.- i91S ."s'ew Jjp'-sey 

Offrs; Matshail and daughie^rs. 
and L'eona. from Atlanta. Ga ." ar 
the city visiting their relatives. 
and-..-Mrs. Bell of Sll-) Gleason 
'Vliss Myrner Shivers as hostf->.- 
prise party complimentary . to 
Lamar Bomar at .tlie beautiful iu 
of his parents last Thursday ev,fn 
.Miss Mymer Shiver as hosi.^^s i 
trived a, pleasant evening of .sratiie 
ynd musicaL prograih- Dain-'y 
fresh men! s \vt?re ^--^erved. 

.vir. Lamai- left Saturday for 
Francisco where he will ■■ntor 
chiropodist school. • ' 


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Houses to rent, acres to 1-ase aiwl 
bouse% to let. 1 can shOv.- you just 
wliat you want. .Mrs Wr.ght 
Sc. 3r,r6. R., 3. 

Rev. Davis of Cpmptin who has 
been ill is much improved. 

Bishop Fountain will preach at 
the -^. .Vf, EL Church Thursday even- 
ing. 

, Dr. James .Moore . is becoming 
luor^ acquainted witij the people of 
the community as e*tdenc,l by his 
increased practice'. ' , 

Mrs. Kellei" and her two grand 
children an enjoying the climate 
and acquaintances formed here but 
will soon depart for Louisiana They 
ha>le been v,isitiBg with .Mrs. Brooks 
on Fountain JEvenue. 

Mr. Brown on South Compton and 
Willowbrook is rejoicing over his 
sister vim has recently arrive,! from 
Jamaica. 

M.S. M- B. Wright won out in the 
1 ucker Wright case. 

Rev. Price ha-s been reappointed 
to .A.. .M. E- Church for another year. 

.Mrs. .M. B. Wright Has places as 
low as $650 with lots improved, gas 
water, street work in.' Sb^JI pay- 
ment down. . 5 room ° modttiTj "house 
for {ISOO on a large lot. , So 36:<j 
R-3 

Rev, Price and family are ini- 
proving their home on Thaxter St. • 

.M.-. and' Mrs. McClelUn < hav'e 
moved in their home on CouncH St. 

Mrs. W; Wilkerson has moved^ in 
her new home on Couiicil street. 
' Rev. Peck visited his kjld hom«» 
several times during his stay. 

.Mr. ^Roberson left for 6kIahoma 
this week for a short' stay. 

-Mrs. Johns on Liberty^ and Blanc 
.has been on the sick list 'for several 
days. 


has. Mingus, 154 5 
(|>ct. 3rd. ■ Funeral 

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Cy^eire .Allen, 'daught- r of 
t.^telle .-illen. 122*; W Ilih St . < 
:!undaj^' morning. Oct 1-t. . Serv 
' eld frion^ St. Phillips Churtri. i^ri 
10 a. Vin.; Father Spencer, of 
■Marks Episcopal Church oiTic^a^ 
qntermefnt at Rosedale Cemetery, 
Funeral s^-rrtces ■ for Johni 
^'hltej; son of .Mr. and .Mrs.. C 
■f.'hite, held at ckapel .Monday 
d at 1 .p. m. Interment I'.Osert-l 
metery. {Jev. Bear., uTiciauiig 
Henry 1 aylor pa.-seii away at 
spiital - Friday, Sept j;tth 
urit/d .Mon-Jay. Oct. 2nd; Rev. Turn 
■ omci-ating lnt>;rmH;;r. Evrg 
remetery I 


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Harriet- Sophia M.ingu.-;. wife 
E, gJnd St.. . 

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Painting and Ka!i-jm;nini rhjc 
6,543-W Hfir* E. 22 street. 

• M - JEFFERSO.V. PR^P 

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DR. THOMAS P. MOORI 


PIi]rMciaa and Surveon 

^ours: 9 to 11 A. M.: 2 to 3; an 1 

to 9 p. m. 
()fica Phone: S- 370:-J 1-3 
853 Unwood Road 
4t C. C. I^eake Plare 

THE PEOPLE'S GROCERff 
STORE 


1 1 now open for business. The ppb- ' ■'t 
1 c Is inrited to inspect our full 
a{f fancy and staple goods. 

A. W. GAnRETT. Proprietor 
130 Thaxter Street 


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29 Chester Lane Bakdrs' 

H. Willi ig- 


FRE.SNO NEWS > 

Dr. L. L. McMann of 1*03 F St.. 
who has been, spending his vacation 
In Los Angeles is now back in the 
city Dr. McMann is with the Afro- 
American Drug Co. 

Mr and Mrs. G. W. Cay. pro- 
prietors of the Afro-Araerijcan Drug 
Co. gave a hearty welcome to Mr. 
M. B.'ShefReld of Los Angeles to the 
city of Frestio, while ■ he , was *en 
route North on his summer vacation. 


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This setrice isiin connecti 
a two days meeting of the I 
Valley Dlftrict As80iciatlo|r 
Moderator-Rer. B. N. Brb 
preside and nnmerous .work^ 
be present, among them Rer 
mo<|erator and Rer. Wade, 
Missionarr of the 'Western 
Association. 

Rer. W. J. Thornton is 
relatires apd friends In Los Angeles. 

Rer. G. W. IXtTis waa a bvstneas 
rtsitor in San EMego, 

'Mr. and Mrs. .Harry I#nll^ 


(Note: 
Chaucer.) 

Ther was a maid. Beautiful was 
ber face, and fair and reed of hue. 
She sras eleped mine Eighteenth 
street. That of her smyling was lull 
of xymple and coy. Her-'^etteste 
seyti was fitting on the stoope at 
Bite. On^ nite a lovyere a Insty 
V. S. C. %Proshie. with Ipkkes mar- 
ceiled as they had been presse in a 
hoeen cappe of sixteen years of age 
.^e was I gesse. Of statue he was un 
I»rl«li^ven lengthe. High Keeni? royce 
I'j.'brone sjcyn and peon pahts. 

''Sat with the dainty maid and 
talked of toore. . So bote he iored. 
the-^1 - 

bea! flea 
yon castle honase. 

The Song Bird o' the Pacific Coait 



'passing Eagle heard him say. „ ,„,, _ 
^Ith mej a*mty maid tc j/®**' '°*^ ^ 


pmECTORT GR.AXT> GHAPTlai 

ORDER OP E.tSTERN.STAR. 
S^ate of Callfomia And Jarisdictlt|>a. 

I Grand W. Patron. Mr- J. G 
monds. 1360 K. 33d street, 
Los Angeles. 

j Grand W, Matron, irirs. Aline 
I (^oaston, 1 
I fl^Id. 

A. O. Patron. Mr. J 
h»in, Los Aogeles. 

A. 6 Matron, Miss Mattye Joi)|fM« 
j Berkeley- 
Grand Treas., Mrs. Elizib^th 
Brown. Oakland. 

Grand Secy., Mrs. Frances A. T^r- 
rel, 558 Chenery street. San Frtnr 
Cisco. \ 

Grand, ConductreM, Mrs. Ga|taj 
Johnson, .Marysrllle. 

Grand A, Condactress, Mrs. L|il« 
Beal. Redlaiula. 

Grand Lectarar, Mrs. Laureic* 
Bnttsj Los An^ele*. ' 

Roa«tta Temple Nd. 10 S. M 
m«eta 2Bd an^ 4tikl Thursday of ei cb^ 
month at 3 p. jn. at Masonic Ternqjia 
1209% Ceatral Are. ' 

—MHS. W. E. JOiCES, W. P 

123S Bdoper Ajre 
KATI« GLENN, .S«(cy 

ISS'TPalonja A|fe. 

Ajplsa Clutptar ZC3. 1. O. S^ 
m««ta flrat and ^Ird Weddesdiay 
aftamoons at 3 oiCIock at the h^I' 
8S4H Cantral A're. 

MBS^ NAfJPCT ER'TIN. W. 

HAGSOIXl IiODGB..AO. IMlJra 

RivmtasD^'vuu. 

m»eta the 2sd aa$>fuk Tveaday ^- 
•nlBga of «a«ft'fk»af^> ^I mem 
la gooi; atasdnig (^,,tii«4. XJ. O. of 
P. ar» alwaja w/fcante- 

GEO. B GORDON. P. B. 

KE.AI1 BtiTACE 

also a fire room' hotfse.-chicken a id 
rabbit corralla.- L-ot 1I« i 327 f«tt 
$3000 JaJKT dWn " See Mrs. C. 
Halbert' fpr this' and 'other proper !y. 


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Mrs. Estelle Slater Jackso^of S^t- seven rooms S^ story modem 


i tie, Washington wfll appeif i« / re- 

vicital .giyen at ^he Y. M. C. A.,,'Pa8«- 

|den4 OB Dfarc^go St., Thnrs^y er- 

cHiing, Oct.- 12th 

We eoBtBend her ttf the pubU 


FOR ^^ULE: " Fttmished house of 


Real Estate, Loans and 

I 15211 Central Avenue 
I Office Phone: So. 7602- J 

Lo« Angeles, Ca.lifomia 


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Real Chop Suey 
Best Home Made Noc|dles 

BY FIRST CLA^ CHINESE CHEF, AMERICAlK DISHES. 
ARE SERVED TOO. BEST COFFEE, WOO L^JNG TEA 
OR DRAUGHT EAST-SIDE AS YOU LIKE. StEASON- 
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Dove & Porter 

PHOtOGl£\PHY and POETIC NOVELTY LITERATURE 
Our pictures denote quality— 'Our Prices arf just. 

Enlarging, Copying, Coloring, Pr etic, Photo, land View- 
Calendars. Holiday Greeting Post Cards. Pictvre Frames, 
Commercial and Personal Work. Banquets, Parties and 
Weddings our Specialty. . 

Mail Orders solicited. Agents wanted Evei-jvhere 
2828 Compton Ave. Phone 24374— 1016 t. 14th St. 


LOS ANGELES, CAL|fF. 



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WE HAV|l\,lMAb£ >SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR 
SOME very: QHOICS 'LOTS THAT ARE 44hcl20 TO 
ALLEY TO BEvSOLO &f»|EpIATEI«Y AT TH£ ABOVE 
'•'MS: SEE US AT 6NICE AS THESE 
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BIRCH 8T. ( HRISTLLX CHURCH — 

F. C. Cothran, >lJiilNt4-r 

The services of this church were 
highly gratifying last Lord's Day. 
Many visitors in attendance. The 
pastor preached a soul stirring ser- 
mon at 11:00 o'clock a. m., upon 
the subject, "God's great Legacy to 
man through Christ." T?xt John 14: 
6. The sermon was fult of practical 
value and w^s eloquently delivered. 
Two pgrsons came forward at the 
close of the sermon, during the sing* 

i Ing of the invitation hymn, and took 
membejship with the church. The 
church fet'ls congratulated upon 
the reception of these t*-o good 
Christian people, husband and wife, 
as they are- of reputable standing. ■ 
Sunday night S:0» o'cloclt, Elder 
Jacob brought us a wonderful mes- 
sage upou a lessou of the Psa. 
1S1:1, Text. "1 will lift up mine 
eyes unto the bills, ' from whence 

, Cometh my heliJ. " Brother Jacob 
seemed at his best and filled the au- 
dience with the 


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HAMILTON M. E. CHURCH — 

E. ]8(h $itn>et and Naomi Ave. 
S. M. Beano, Pastor. 

The pastor preach.** to a large 
audience on last Sunday morning 
from the subject, "Running the 
Race," and administered the Com- 
linunlon of the Lord's Supper. A* 
night the subject of his discourse 
was, "The Sprinkling of the Blood." 

The fall opening of the Sunday 
school was quite auspicious. The 
.spacious school room being filled to 
its capacity. A contest is on between 
the school and the school at Scott's 
shape], Pasadena, covering points of 
attendance, regularity, puncttialtty, 
new scholars, and offering. The 
contest is to last until the first of the 
year. ^ 

-Epworth League pla»s a real Fafl 
opening in the very near future. 
The Conference year will close 
on Sunday, October Sth. The pastor 
will preach at. each service, and at 
the evening hour will preach his 


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Cl&Siiffed Adte, >USlHESSCHANC,fes 


W/UitBt>i An expcrranced barber: 
CS p«r ctnt en the dollar. 8. O. 
Richai'dBon, 642 3rd St., San Diego, 
C«». 


Giri living alone would like couple 
to take front rootu with housekeep- 
ing prlTileges, 710^ E. ISth street 
9-l0-22-r4 


. .The famous BlKent' Business 
College and SOth Ceilfttry Correspon- 
dence School, r^-establlshed in hoa 
Angeles, Quarters at 1417 E. 20tl) 
Street — Prone Broadway laM. 



California 

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No.lK.ofP. 

E. W. H. 


FCfR RENT: Two neatly furnished 
rooms. 950 E. 41 street. Phone. 
295-601. 


HiMo h , ''^'h'1'''h''' '"^''^^r ' farewell sermon for this conference 

Bible school and Lndeavur So- i 

year. You are cordially invited to 
iilteiid each of these services. Con- 


ciety seem to be taking on new life. 

We anticipate a great day at 
Birch street nest Lords day. The 
pastor will preach at 11:00 a. ra. 
up<Jn the subject. "God's Affinity." 
Mnie Irene Dawson of Memphis. 
Tenii.. liistructre.-<3 in Millinery 
and \rt work, will sing. Elder 1. 
J. Williams, will preach at S:(ifl p. m. 

You are cordially invited to at- 
tend this church and receive its 
hearty weUoflie- 


TRI.\IT\ llAPTIS CHI lU'H— 
Wt-M ;J<I .street and .Vniniantlie .Vvc 
Key. J. A. H. Klilrid(je. I'a.stor 

Sunday was a spiritual day in 
'I linity. It was Covenant clay. The 
Qesfro was .--o strong in gverj one's 
breast to n-siify tliat the I'astor was 
forced to close the meetinK on ac- 
count of the lateness of the hour. 
The Pastor preached at 7:30 p. m. 
and ailministered ihe Lords Supper. 
Next Sunday Oct. ■<. Ihf Pastor will 
preach at 11 Im a m Evening ser- 
vice.-^ I)fgiiis promptly at 7:3ij p. m. 
V"u will be delighted to hgar I rin- 
ity's Choir. 

I'A.STOH (i.VVK I-AIK WAKMNG 

As per program, as wen- greeted 
a host or Zion oKl wheel l)'""ses as 
they entered iuin t^ services 
Heavenward bound. Hut after jthat 
wonderful sermon by Pastor Moll, 
we found tliat we had been iillkced 
in the baance an foun wanting, for 
so f.e"' were ready to make a report 
of his servic.s spiritually either fi- 
nancially. 

At tile evening services Sister 
Strong a pioneer in the Koreign 
Field of ^imth Ariiericu spiike to a 
capacity audience. The speaker 
also reminded her hearer^ the laOk 
ot eo-operation as a religicFtn' or- 
ganliiation due to the fact that one 
man cannot correct that wiiich one 
hundred men are afraid to tackle 
But thankiiii; liod that every indi- 
vidual shall he judged a<:c"r(l*ntt t'< 
his work?! hiTe on earth. \ i.sit us 
at Si. Paul. 


forence will convene in Fresno on 
the 11th. 

Hamilton is the , "Stranger's 
Home." Come and see. 
lJ\COI.\ MEMORIAL CO.VGRE- 
CATIO.NAL CHCRt'H — 

.14tli Street and C,entral Ave. 
Kev. E. E.Lightner, A. U., B. I). 
I'astor 
Following an absence of six weeks 
during which he traveled in seven- 
1 teen states of the Middle West and 
South, otir pastor returned to- the 
] city last Thnrsday/ much refreshed 
I and entered vigorously upon the 
program of church V*tk for the Fall 
and Winter. He tilled the pulpit at 
lidth hours the past Sunday, speak- 
ing at the morning hoar on; "Soul 
Hunger." At the evening service , 
hef gave "Some Impressions ot the 
(■'invention" in Chicago, which . he 
attended "Aug. 2,3-27. The Lord's 
Supper was administered following 
both services. The week beginning 

Oct. Sth will mark the Seventh An- 
niTersavy of the pastorate ot Rev. 
Lightner In Los Angeles. Special 
service will be held each evening 
liegirining ♦ith .Monday. See pro- 
srani (.U^.e^fcere In this issiie.' The 
Pastort^willtccupy the pulpit at 
bMih sgrvic* Sunday. All cordially 
imiited. ^ 


Motor to El«lnor, California and 
siiend your week end at Jones Lake 
View Bungalow^ It's all furnished, 
here's the key. Cook your own 
meals or have them out. For further 
Information call So. 4727. 
Ivan J. Jones 

9-18-22-r4 

W. H. LEATH, THE TAILOR 
90« Hemlock Kt. Phone So. JB812-J 

Suits made to measure $18 to $40 
Also Cleaning, Pressing and Re- 
modeling, Rellning and Dyeing. It 
your clotKes are good let me keep 
them good. It not Ifet me make them 
good. 

19 years In the business. 


GO1.0EX RVXE 1j6dGK 
G. t. O. o/ O. F. 

Golden Rule Lodge No. 6959, G. 
V. O. of O F., meets the first and 
third Tuesday of each month at Sth 
and Wall streets. J. L. Jarrett, 1400 
E. 9th St., N. G.; E. W. Fisher, 1401 
E. 9th St., P. S.: Phone Main 1866. 


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;; High School and 
College News 

By the Two Boy Editors. 
K. Wallace — G. Duncan 


E. C. JENNINGS 
Attomey-at-Law 

Res.: 1382 East 15th Street. 

Res. Phonf So. 6592-^ 

Phon» 87490 

810 BolUrd BIdg., 150 >'. Spring St, 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

, FOR KE.NT: Ihree room apar^ 

jjient furnished (except linens l. 

throughout. 


W.WEI): Young man or woman 
from 17 to 23 years of age to learn 
art work. Call Boyle 1135 after H 
p. m. for full information. — 10-7-2!! 


FOR RENT: Nicely furnished rooms 
with private family. Parties may 
have use of house. 

Phone West 769, iSOD W. 3JPi. 


FOR ftEXT: Front Roohi with light 
light housekeeping privilege io man 
and wife Phone* IJncoln 1544. 


F"OR KE.VT: Furnished front room 
convenient to Brooklyn A\e Car j 
Line. Prefer a man , or a coiiplp. I 
Phone Boyle 229S. lU-7-r-3l 


Meets: 1st and 3rd Mondays of eaich 
riionth at ODD FELLOWS. HALL. 
Cor. Sth and Wall Streets. 

W. C. HAMM0ND,-<!7 C.\ 

WM. W. BETTON, K. of R. & S. 

1654 E. 22nd Street. 

GRANB UJDGK ROSTBR-i^- 
KMGHTS OF PYTHIAS K. & W. H. 

Jurisdiction of California, lOaa-28 

P. G. C.—J. J. Bunch, PiiSaaena, Cal., 

G, C*. — Jacob Scares, P. O. Box 63, 
Sacramento, Cal. 

a. V. C. — W. P. Tayqlor, Sacriamen- 
to, Cal 

d. P. — H. W. Noel, Pasadena, Cal. 

Q. M. of F. — S A Jackson, Sacra- 
mento. Cal. 

O. M. of E. — J. M Taylor. Los An- 
geles, Cal 

G. K. ri. S. — H W Markliani. 1133 
E. 14th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

0, M. A. — A. I). Cameil, Pasadena, 
Cal. 

G. I. G. — S Gibson, Los Angeles, Cal. 

G, O-. G. — W Davis, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Grand Trustees 

F. Harper, Pasadena^ Cal.; 0. W. 

Talbot, Sacramento, Cal.; B. F. 

Kenney. Saoramento, Cal 

The California Eagle — The Official 
.Organ. 

The.jiExt Grand session at Saci-a- 

inento. Cal.. 1923. 


GREENSPAN'S 

AIJ, FOI/KSf , 

POriiTRV 9IAKRKt 
.^ >. 114a Cfniral .Aveitun 
♦•-"-" (Neai- 12th St.) 
Th^'^cheappst. most reliable and best 
quality Chicken firm in ihe city! 

1 have smashed the chifcReh profit- 
e«:lls and only deal directly, openly 
and honestly with my customers, and 
refuse to go into trust" and cnm- 
hities that rob and beat the lieople. 
My poultry is fresh and exjfctly as 
represented and I dress thPm. whilst 
you wait. 

PHONE 82332G 

rnrivaied In Quality. I'nheaten in 
IVicos. Inrxoelled In Kind 

Treat mon( 
J A. .M. GKEEXSPA.V 
I Proprietor 

1 142 CE.VTIt.Ui .AVE.M E 


CALDWELL HALL 

RECREATION GARDEN 




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.MT. /ION n.\PTlsT ( HI K< 11 — 

.'lixj. Street and Tr.ielioii .If. 
Aichi^ J. Williams.A. I{. M. .s. 

\ I'UNtoi* 

All seemed to have enjoved both 
the mortiing and evening services 
last Sunday Both services were 
well attended At the morning ser- 
vice Rev F. R. KeB;ipdy of Birm- 
ingham. Ala . preached a very im- 
pressive .sermon,, ail went away from 
the morning service rejoicing.. At 
the evening service the pastor 
preached, subject: "The Lords Sup- 
per." - 

Next Sunday the pastor will 
preach at botli services — .Morning 
subject: ■The Gate Way into the 
Kingdom. • the evening subject: 
"Repentance" i 

Mrs. J. P. Harden. Field Secy. 
Woman's State Convention of Lou- 
isiana will rtddress the V 
gociety of the Mt. Zion 
Church, Sunday afternoon 
at 2:30. 

Good hiusic; All wel'/omt 


W. M. 
Baptist 
Oct, 8 


CHRl.STI.A.V CHLRt'H — . 

8lh and Wall Street — 

K«v. M. K. .\IJt<licll, I'a-stor 

All of the services at the Christ- 
ian Church last 3un<^ay reahced a 
high water mark. A^l participants 
seem to have been in 'the very best 

I trin* for the work in hand. The 

pastor s sermon was given out to be 

a masterly one. Subject "The 

-Scenes of Jesus in the Homes ot 

'men.' The purpose 6f hfs effort, 

was to impress upo^i his audience the 

' prominence or the vital place the 
.home played in the doings of Jesus 
While on earth. It was pothted out 
;by the pastor that the most impres- 
sl'Te and heart touched events in 
form of preaching, teaching and 
administering to all phases of bu- 

^TMan needs transpired in the home 
ot men The choir under the ef- 
ficient leadership of Madame Viola 
Harris Brandon rendered their part 
of the devotions with fervor and 

_. Intensity of feeling, that magic in- 

■ fluence of Paradise Inspired ui-. 

' • Miss Mary Banks, one of our excel- 
, l^nt teachers in the Pj;blic school, 
contributed to our services a most 
thrilling vocal solo. Sunday even- 
ing after a very interesting Y. P. 
S. C. E under the loadership of 
Mr. John Carter, the choir by ar- 
rangement monopf)lizea alinost the 
entire service In the- rendition of a 
very helpful and inspiring and sac- 
red concert. Madame Brandon Was 
showered with compliments tor hav- 
ing tak^n hold of an undevelopted 
talent fn such a short time and 
render an excellent exMbitlbn ot 
mudlcal talent. .^ FoUowlag the con- 
cert, Ptttor Mitchell at 11 :00 a. m. 
will deliver a dlsconrig t>lKHi th« 
•nkject "Retrlbutloif." In th« et«B- 
iog Dr. S. D. Cotterel, H. U., B. 6 . 
wrjn bring; us an interesting neuit^ 
«pon the subject "Our Social Prob- 

'. I^nl." ' .'All are welcor.i* at hoth aer- 

:.4-'- -';.'• ■ if**- : 


If the carnival that reigned on 
Central avenue the past week was 
sponsored by the I'rban League, it 
diie^ not speak well for that society. 

The old days of '49 could not be 
■ (imposed with this plaoe last Satur- 
day and Sunday night. Everyone 
was trying to play the old game of 
luck, getting .something for nothiuK. 
(.ambling and dancing, was the main 
attractions which were greatly sup- 
ported. Many hard working inan 
hlient his day's earnrrrl; trying to 
take home a large han<<or a vamp 
doll. It some of these Christian so- 
cieties that are ulv.ays trying to put 
the lid on prize fights, take some of 
their valBailt; time looking over 
ttiese places, the public would appre- 
ciate their work more. 

As a close observer I am proijd to 
say that not many high school or 
college students participated in the 
gamibling scenes. 

Thomas .Myles and Wilayn Stovall 
returned hom Saturday from a trip 
•North. During they stay In San 
Francisco they were the guest of 
Mi. S. H. Crocker, president Crocker 
National Bank. 

Bblh of these lads will l^ve in a 
few weeks for Switzerland to repre- 
sent the Boys' International League 
at the Hague Conference. 

Miss Mildrd Hawkins has enrolled 
at the Orange and Black Institution. 
Miss: Hawkins Is a graduate from 
La Fayette Junior High School. 

Woodson 'Wlckliffe came home last 
Thursday In a very dazed condition 
When asked what was the trouble his 
leply was that he was Injured in a 
scrimmage while playing halfback on 
the first squad. After regaining his 
consciougness he corrected his error 
that he had made while unconscloas. 
He said he was watching a scrim- 
age and was hit by one of the play- 
ers. 

Miss Thelma Flory, pretty Jeffer- 
son student entertained her friends 
hwita delightful line party. Last 
Sundtiy the youiigsters' gathered at 
the beautiful Flory hdtae 93S East 
33 street, and from their wended 
their, way In high powered motors 
to "Blue Graumans" (located near 
Twentieth and Central). Theatre 
over, the young "swains" conducted 
the Misses to ye oud sweet shoppe." 
Thera oyer - cocktail glasses — beg 
pardon, I mean ice cream Body 
glassi^, those who were armoursly 
inclined disenssed the s^eet old 
story.. One Beau Brummel insisted 
that every thing Should teach a les- 
son. He held forth that Valentino's 
methbds had bis admiration and that 
the picture 'had given him some 
ideas.. 

"Toi the beach!," cried he, "to 
the beach!" 

OniK tho6e Who hsve stooif Bittlnk 
OB the sttid holding- their aBg«l 
cblM'S hand, can appr^cUle the 
meaning of the above aoggeaflon. 

The foUowlQg were the honored 
gneatsi ot Mi»8 Flory. HiaMi .0«lty 
King, Charlotte Brown, Ruth Seers, 
Mabel: Brbvn. Jenett Bfo'wn, IfiMred 
Hawk^, Roth and Beatrice Her- 
J b«jj and 01i8r|le Webb. Mr. B«r- 


h.ALLOWK'EX <'O.STl>lK 

Select your costume for Hal- 
lowe'en now. A small deposit will 
reserve any costume in the liouse 
Make you .selection early to.avoid the 
rush 


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CREoLe COS'il.ME .SHOPPR 
.Mrs. Rosa L. Sampson-Morrie. Prop 

Phcmes: 112!t5: Res.,' So. •■.•cjT-J 
1114 Central Ave. Lofi Angel v^. Cal. 


.trd and IMco ISIvd., Santa Monica 

The Famous Black and Tai^ 

KVEllv S.4TrnBA\' xight' 

Follow, the crowd every Salar- 
alay. Under, auspices of Eu- 
clid Spcial Club. 


FOR RENT; Roo^^,at 1:;JS 
lith St.; So. 265-K.._y 


E. 


nyce Fouchee. Tommy Anderson. 
Willie Floy, George Something 
Marcy Flory, Clarence Green, and 
Willie Lancaster, Abe Car. 

"If Alexander could see nie. now" 
said one of the^dltors as he pre- 
pared to participate in the consump- 
tion of a most appetizing dinner.; 
having aced in on said inner. I 

.Miss Angle Bell Harrison en- 
tertained a few of her friends last 
Sunday with a delightful dinner. 

Merely to fet my co-editor know 
what he missed, I shall rehearse the 
menu. Bolus Du Roti; Poune de 
teire, Fatuin, Confiture. .de glace, 
gateau. I'hat ancient antl familiar 
odor gave the dinner atmosphefe. 
The Invited gueses were Petite Ruth 
Wright, Edna Johnson extraordin- 
ary and Chic Naomi. As above men- 
tioned thejfeditor aced in. 

Mr. Green, secretary of the Ninth 
street branch, wishes to Inform the 
public that the fall activities of the 
y. M. C. A. will begin October the 
ninth. For the benefit of the ath- 
letically inclined patrons n nifty 
hand ball court has been erected In 
the rear of the building. This is a 
splendid addition to the in:f?tutlon. 
and we are sure the youngsters, wll 
enjoy it. 

A unique program has been ar- 
ranged for the Men's Bible cla^s 
Sunday ,at 3:00 p. m. Captain 
Harry Dean, an Intellectual giant. 
and a man of extended travel will 
lecture. Mr. Dean has chosen a sub- 
ject which Is of interest to the ma- 
jority of race people, especially- 
those Interested in the back to Af- 
rica movement. ^ 

Twenty seven years in Africa 
should prove a very interesting lec- 
ture from all stand points. 

Jimmy Sails Beeny holding down 
the wing position oji Jefferson one 
hundred and thirty pound team, 
stars in the Jefferson, Ulen'daie 
scraps. Jefferson's light wei'ghts 
clashed with Olendale's first team. 
The game was hotly contested. 
Glendal6 aftdr a quarter of hard 
fifchtlig succetedfed in pushing the 
agat over. They failed to make the 
additional point, making the score 
six to nothing. G^ndale's favor. 
'i'be Jefferson 'yo^n^sters battled 
like deamona to- conquer their big 
advera*ry, btit were • unsuccfesBf uI; 
It was the laatqukrter and five mlii- 
utes to fo, whdn little Jimmy 
snagged a pa* and rah Any y&rds 
thru the Olendale Huskies for "JHH" 
only toubc-down. ■ 

Jimmy appears to be a ^mall 
edition of ArtU PoUard. 

Next year some varsity end is go- 
ing to be a^ out .ot Ws position. 


Office: !.'>.->.'5 W. S.'jlli St. 

Phono: 760927 

Hours: 0-11; 8-5; 7-9 

Dr.S. D. Cotterell 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
Specialist In diseases of women. 
X-Ray treatment' and examination 


Hours 9 to 12 2 to 6 

Dr. W. H. Coekrell 

Dentist 

OFFICE 
l«041i CESTRAL PHOXK a';i97!» 
RES. l.'Sn \V. .*WTH PHO.VE 2.555 


FRED MA SON 
AftOmey-at-Law ttekS'ltott^. Pnblie 

Practice in all the Courts of Cali- 
fornia. Consultation -Free. 

Office 311-224 S. Spring St. Of- 
fice Phone Pico 1138— Residence 
Phone 150|^ .1-2 E. 9th Si. Phone 
Broadway 1062. ■" 

'■ A Square de.il and -a delivery of 
the goods. 


DEMOCRACY PltM CORP. 
Pl^ducers of Loyal Hearts 

OFFICERS: O. L. Banks; P. L. 
Banks; Atty. Chas; Darden; Mrs. "W. 
W. B. Gladde'n, Secy.^" S. P. Dones, 
Pres. ; 

2019 Central Avenue 

Information cljeerfully given all 

stockholders. 

Telephone: 768337; So. 5410 


Phone Main 6064- J 

Special Rates 

By The Week or Montti 

THE LACELAND 

Furnished Rooms 

Wallace & Cleveland, Props. 

370 12th St. San Diego, Cal. 

Ross Luncheonette 

Mrs. Estella Ross, Prop. 
Confections 
Soft Drinks, HQt ^Lunches 
Home-Copked^Chili 

We sell The: California Eagle, 

also other papers 
1809 CentraK So. 4426- J 


I TEACH 
DRESSMAKmfci, TAILORING 
EMBROIDERING. BEADING 

^ MRS. M;: t. JETER 
f623 E. 32nd St.' - - ^ 
, . - - Ptoiafe So.'5386-W. 

Call afternoons ^nd evettings. 

Oremoay^' 

: — : k :rs.^ 

For Quic^ Service 
"CaU for me and I'lrtalf for 

You" 
ROBERT T. TANKSLEY TAXI 

SERVltef 

T-Passenger Hudgin Super-Six 

Office: 1144f Central Ave. 

MaJn 1476 

Res: 1133kA i-. lith St. 

6ia70 


When in San Diego Go To 

Riser's Buffetteria 

Good Eats — Reasonable Prices 

: Specialities in Sandwiches: 
ilortie Boiled Ham, Limburger 
Cheese, Oregon Cream Brick. 
I 302 Market Street 


Honje of the' -. . 
Master Swiss ^^nd . American 
Watchmakers 

We make vpoi^Watch- tell the 
truth , ■ 
LANE JEWELRY CO- 
3S6S. HillSt. 
FOR KE.NT — 3-rpom fui-nished 
apartment with private bath. Phone 
1?453. ■ ' . 

TANKSLEY & SPELLMAf/ 
— Taxi^rvipe D«^Luxe-^ 

Latest Cars — IJtrso^rSuT*ef-Si.x 
I and Marmon Limp2ine:^for 
your coitifoi^.. \'. 
^6 Central A:i?e., , 
^ Phone: Main 1476. 


Res, Sp; 3609 

asis ETisBdst. 


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MILS high'; .' 

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MOUNTAIN agENic. 

LURE YOU, TQ THE =BEAUflES OF NATURE „ 
L E t) U S 1 N F OjR M Y O U O F T HE M 
And Provide The Easy Mode To Reach Them 

Pacific Electric Railway 


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I LEARN 
The Beauty 


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Ma ly have successfully learned to be a Be?."*^ _ 
thr i the Famous . ; i 1 

DENEAL SYSTEM OF MAIL INSTRUCTIONS. 

„ Ifoi can learn in your own home — in a very short time.: 

% $10 -worth of goods and a diploma given, -^th each 

:. Write today for information. j ' 

DEKEAL MODERN METHOD OF BEAUTY CULTURE 

1319 East Pme Street - Seattle, We^sh. | 

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JOHN A. GRAY 

'i hc/ough Cjburse in Piano Tcchni 
J , P 1 A ^O — H A R MO NY 

i J Residercc Studio 


>ch Lessons K 766 E. ISlh Slj. 

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The B«st is None too Good for •'*•' "^^ ^♦" ^^l' ^**^ ^*^ 

s HiS^ S^^^G I Something^ New I 

Neatly and Promptly Done at . , ~" ~ \ 7 i jj 

Prices :hat cannot be duplicat- i •StSincla.t'Cl ' 


Offi%i 824616 
tfrOtary Public 


Wood mis<Ml'8 


W. |rt, Johnson & Sons 

Say! V^hen Passing Through 

MERCED 
The Gateway to Yosemite Park 
"T)ine at the-, Tourist Res- 
taurant on the Highway. 
445 16th St. : Mei^ced, CaL 


BK AL:d«' ■ ■• '■ 
-. aN:d;.»t -■./■■■ 

INVEST M fc Jf T ' C'O . 

Licensed ' Real Estate and Fire In- 

suiunce Brokers 

Land, Ranches, Houses, Apartments 

For Rent and For Sale 

680 CENTRAL AVENUE 

. LOS ANGELES. 

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STA.M) 


WE 8EI 


A trial will convince 
O. P. POTTER 
'Saver of Soles' 
2I2O Hooper Avenue 


**Gr<ien Bug Taxi" 

S, 3. WHITTAKER 

Hue son Super 6 Sedan 

ALLbX MOTKI>— i 

112.<l C'EXTUAI. AVK. ! 
VE YOU PAY OB NIGHT 

Main 104n 


AUTO TOURS 

I See OSCAR QREER 

-? Lot tlreir arriiii: 


Hours Phones 

10 to 1 Off. Pico 2.1 

! 5 10 7 * Res. 532.^- 

Sunday ly Appointment 

I Dr. frank A. Gordon 

I PHYMCLiN AND SITIGEON 

' 3118-309 Phillips Bldg 

I Former! jl The XJermaIn B 


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Lot tlreir arriiis:'' youi- 
siphT-.s,..-iiig ifip.-. ffii-iiic parth 
i'>s ami (iuiM'.g.<. lAn> rlacei. 
anywh^'it. aiiyt.iuu''. i'"iii.' luxt 
iirious "i" l'as«^<iiKf'r luvs. \Vi» 
are :ililu., :<'./a<^iom6(i.'U- iinnl 
"ill to l.iiiiH.^'0i!lf alta time o'.i 
all M. i.as'u!!.'-. .'vm jrtniirat 
arnufccii lu :■!; pujius of in 
tor>-si ui and aioni;(i Snutl'.iiii 
t'alifiiinia. San l^icjo .>nfi TTa 
Jiiana. .M,e.\ic-o. • • ' 

Special Rates For I 
All Occasioins 

F^'r 5-11?' ial ariani;<1:ai:l-. raH 
ItOylc :Mjn (.!■ Mill fi41» 
Onivp 13ir> 12II-I Hircof. ror 
Homlork ^tnit. \v|- >■"■•''' '9 
... rvici'. ilnbs. Cliurches, 


224 So. 


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SP.4MSH-ENGLISH 

AnhiCihe S. wniUtii.s, A. B., M. 

ProsldPOt 

WUHe E. William, Secj-Trcas. 

1121 E. STTH ST. Jf^. 3003 

Spanish, 8 lessons per mo.. $3.00 

English course - 4.&0 






DIRECTOBY H. ft. BUTH No. 330a 

meets 1st and 3rd Thiirsday after- 
i!Ooii of each month at Odd Fellows 
Hall. Sth ai)d Wall gts. Mrs., AJetha 
Holeomb, M. N. G., 1221 Eaist S8th 
street. Phone S. 3864-W ^Mrs, A. 
E. MiUer. W. R. 1384 E, 15tl» St. 
Fhonei S. .2088-'W'. 



Ic^ Creatii, Cigars 
and Confectionery 

Doh't Fo^et the Number 

14J)$E9thStre^ 

AUAi^WeM>tne 

jr. D. jiASiSLH, Pftop. 


FOR'RBNT: SmallfroBt reem for 
gentleiban; IH blocks from Arealfa 
statiouL and in walkinc distance ot 
Ihe he^rt of the dty. 11-60 per 

weelt. ■ 

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CaU at »^2 Ceres Af eif-S-l ir 


MRS. M. G. PaTTON 

rASHlONABL^ PRESSMAK.' 

ink. Bending, Etpbroidery, 

Fringes, f\iiwt>T§^, Tassels, 

and all kinds of art work. 

1543 E, ZSad-Stre^t : : 

■! ; Phoiifc 271718 

E)r. B. L. Boswell 

PHYSICIAN' 4 SURGEON 

. P99NB BO. 4811-W 

(lis Ymt* EaqMrience) 
Diseifts^s, of Women. Children 
and dlh^nic Disea^te a Spec- 
ialty.; -,. r-- ,, 

Offite 15181 Vs C«iitrml Ave. 

Pkone So. 760i2-J ' 
lies. 3617 McKialoy Av«.. 

HpUBS: IMS; 8-|i T-8 % MT. 


The )eNeal Method ;| 

XI) BEAfTVV CftTVrnE '. ) * 

L-lass and 'sati\sfaction 'ia 


HAIR 

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S. 25394J 
HAZEL 


prlng Stt. 


Los Atigel 


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uildins : 'A .^ynnr 
hgeles. ' " pto . 

iV<' havf llic fin("-t Itnc 

lourin;:: (■ar> in tile Cily. 

An Excnlsive Fast Packard Senrice 
Eor LoDg Tripi 


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Guaranteed 
JDRSl \DX JACK«SO\'. Agt. 

Bdwy. 1703 ' " ' 
Piirl<trs 841-2 lleinloclc St. 


GOTTSCHALlC . - 
. . EDNA HEARD 

Teachers of 
PIAlJO AND VOICE 

1330 E. 17th Street 

instructions, Private. 
Voices solicitied for 


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Studio 

Piano 
ClatB 
Glee Clilb. 

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Cars Lea-t-e ]2th aod Hemlock Streets 
Saturdays aad SondaTS 
. Afternoons and Moriiinss 


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Phone Sb. 5410 ' ' .> » : 

RED FR UNT ICE 

ANl ► ICE CREAM PLANT 

. W. . . WEAVER, Prop. 
^ —Rett lil and Wholesale-^ 

Give US J Trial — Sherberts and 
Frui ; Ices a Specialty. 



201 ► Central Arenue > . 
CHOP sfUEY and NOOEttEST 

• .-, —And—- ■ '.^ :."''.• 

AM :lllCAN DISHES ^ 
Sto; \ at 419 Central 
Just Op< Bed. 

ioalaiOfrUp <-:il- 


Doctor 

M. Shinohara 

JapaneNe E>«- Specialist 

1,071/2 E. First St.. Los 

■ Angeles,' Calif. 
Hburs of Consuljt? 
10 to 12 &.(m>. 


p. m.; Sunday. 
12 a m. 


2 to 5 
10 to 


Wfa^ in Ol. 
ILUNbiS 

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Hooseholdp of the; East are . doing 
sfce" comesi back with a report, glow- 
ing with inspiration. She will make 
her onicla.1 report to the Order next 
Friday the 13th., 

Mr?. Warner vras the recipient o 


FS£?MH GIVE lilk TO REIK>RT8 

tSi^TtoMX: otatesiext prom 

•■".PiaBSiCH PPREIGN' Oli-FICE 


RBFUtJBS ^XGIX>-GRE£K 


n.anv- social honors by various r^ PAQAJfJ&X' OP. .1.IEH AG. 11X81 


Households in the places which she 
visited nanuly her hoinp, Washing- 
ion. D. {.'.. S-"K York. Philadelphia. £ 
[)tnver. Chiiaso and Kansas City. 


TrRKISH; PEOPLiE — Aid 
- fii|ieEKi>[OP XjROf'ITIES. 


■ Rf-v. J.'E. Pins oE -Seattle. Wash- 
I iKgtun. Pasto'r of the B^rean BSp- 
k list Church of Tacoma. Wash.; ar- 


^<>n»t94iMi<'*^ Anny Burned 
•Ul|ii^l;'lBtrVrjwht'r«- Tlwy. M eat — 


Ciiejt-.'d \Tiious«hil.s 
nQtnen aDq1,.;}iU<lr«*h. 

I Sew Y'orki b<t.— 


(>r 


■Tht 


PRO- 



VSB8 


and 


irkiMh 


Hrench 


Hare 


I rived in the city Friday morning.; F»6reign Ofli.ce in an official state 
Rev. Pins is here in thf interest of |\thew. recej-vier ITere today conilrmed 

He will the newiriroii Constantinopit that 



Mrs. 1. J Willianis of, Chicago 
and hfr -:- -r Mrs J J. Faulk, art 
in ^he iity Tisiting their many 
friends .ind are the house guests of 
Rev. iind Mrs. F C. Tothran ll'jS 
E. Pico street. Miss Ir-iie Daivson 
of Mi-mphis. IVnn . a . personal 
' frffnd of Mrs. Williams 'and Mrs. 
Faulk is also visiting fneiiid-^ ht r^v 
On last .Miiriday t^venuig .Miss 
Elizabeth Mo. rn .^nt'rtaiu*!. at ii:v.' 
ner. at tiif hom^- "f .Urs. Vorhra:.-- . 
Mrs. L. J Williams. Mrs.JjJ, F.iii k'- 
and .Mr Sha« On W>'in't!>lia.'. ■■■•■■ . ■ 
ing folloyms; Re'-'- and .Mr-;. .•■' '' 
Cothran tii[tTt.un.^d at tiiiir.- r !■■- 
honor of .\I;> L. J. Wiliijii..^ .M -^ 
J. J Faulk au.i -Mr- Wir^ii ' -' 
Omaha. Nebra.--c.i Tri'-', .•■•'-■>' 
were- .Mr- L.J Witlia:..- Ji:- -^ ■^ ■ , 

Faalk. -Mrs. Warriu- M {■ I'""'' i 

Dawson. -Mrs Bf k^-t' M; - "^tigcers (.1 -V-T<)TIN<; «;.\KV KY ITK ( < >.\IKS 


.\N\<»1 NiKMKNT 

E-\TR.\OKI)|N.\RY| 

M!~ \l:ili>^i Gray has made it pos- i 
~:bl- for (oltjrt'd women to have a 
(i.iv :it the Los .Angeles Flussian 
Ti.;l-'sa fSaths. N2.') K. ITth St. 
\!..:: : iV from 4 p. ni to 12 a, m 
'.. . V. -et aside as tlu. (iay. 

r -■ _h; Dents to b,- ,l»-rived through 
',h.s--.iiii»diuni art' nianiiold: .lii timu- 
':ti .|c\ ices and convrniencts iiicluii- 
.Mf S.iiool gallon nlmig. and h^'t and 
'■'1(1 showrfrs are in • vuieni-e, [ 

Ft you ar.' sufff-rinc «.th i ht uma- 
I'Siii, [u '■vou.sness. insomania. high i 
hlood yre^^sure." Ci'm>> Monday ami 
<.'t relj'.f — S2.T E LT'h St, Phou> , 
:;Sii: Res . So. 674K-W. 


Mn«. L. .Vf. .McDowell closed the pro- 
gram with response. 


Citizens 

I 

Hoitie Inv^sthieiit 


t 


r 


Real Estate, Loans^ Injsuilance 

SVb. W. MAY, Seer^tarjL 

Public Stenographer. 


•..;i4,,.?i 
■>* ♦ 


i.rrer ? iw" k->'W'= vtsit with .Mrs. W. was nothingcto justifv the hold ng of 
K. Johnson at4.Manhalta!i Beach. ^ the Turks responsibl'i-., for tht- Iburn- 

- 1 I — ' ' I ing of Smyrna. j.; j 

' E.VHIBIION TE.V! '■ Rev. E. F. Lightner r.-turn.>d this. .Admiral D(imesn|F also iijvesti 

1 ho '.Modern Prisi-illa Art: a^irt week aft^r an ' xteiisi'.'- visit to tho ^-^ted the charges tliat th- -Turks 

Literary Guild held liieir third an- South, visilinz Georgia. Alabama, j pcured kfcrosnne on l|ie house* and 

nual exhibition 'm th'-' afte^uoon of .Mssissippi. Loiii>iana and Florida | atrefts. and tound thefci false [Both 

September 2Sth at the resiklt ne'e of Mrs. Lightner is still visiting with : General Pelie and the Admiral found ' 

nasi .Mesdames E. irvin and B. .McCaskiU' relatives and fi'i^nds in Florida. 


Aaffeles, CaL 




1, : { 


•^' 


rj.sn w. lisrh PI. 


resiKt nee of .Mrs. L 
B. .ilcCaskiir relativf 
.A variexy'of beau- 


that there had been mflch excitement 
I in the Greek and --Armfenian qufiroers 
tiful tie. diework was on exlijibit such : ' The Kaele s pl-ased t . announce t nf Smyrna and that a number oilTurk 
as b^-d-spreads, pillow; casesp lum h- the cardidai-y ••( Wm, 1 Kendrick j rtficers and rnen had been winded 
eon sets; gowns, pillow^, lamp Jr. for Superiivr J^udg'- "f Los .\n- 1 -by bombs and. hand gfenades ttirown 
shades, hags, pin cushions and negli-, geles county. .Mr Kerririck comes (frnm the houses. This subsiaiijiates 
gees, he (le.-onuions were in .lutumn ; from some of the oldest and ' best; tte charge. that the Greek armt dis- 
and foliage. The'' known families, of the -tate His i ;tribut»d munitions and arms among 


shade 


,'f fl'iwers 


music for the Sftt rnoo-n was-furnish- father havin.a practiced !>' fore the! [f,g population before embarki 
ed by .VL'silani'S L. Butl"r land .\. tourts of California for i nuuiber of! The - two French commahdefs 
Hiehtower The cfuh coii?r-~ — nile! years. .Mr. Kendrick is -.^ndorsed by; ^(,und ihat Rres were started in irid*- 
itreen and pink w<.re carried out the church Brotherho'ui ' War Vet-! ly separfited spots in foreign qu; 
throu.ghoiit the refreshm^-i'iti. • erfns League, public Welfare League I of the city. They learned 


ig. 


rten; 
that 


and -Master -\lbert w.iri i- 


-Mrs 


Es'ella Coi>k of the program and other organization^ Mr. Ken- I |-renhc sailors, who were figiting 


Mrs .\ 

J 

Lv 

has b-eii v 

sit 

;n^ 

last 3 ni'int 

h- 

.V .- 

Mr aiiU. M 
Suntf3s»^w!. 
affair M 

n 

.\ 

cipieni "'. 
leare- - • , 



Oakla ! ; 


• - 

ni'iiM". " 


-:iM 


- : Peijver wh'i 

I ;■ city for the 

n i.nneri gue^t o: 

r M.irris ion last 

- .-. vecy delightful 

has been the r-- 

..tertainratlnt.- . >:. 

■ ■: f!aker>f.€l.l an-i 

h.- will sfleprl Ktl'- 

i:; li'.me. ;We «■ ' - 
1,> ie- I .uk agajn .-^i-. 
iber '.1 .-^^ P lUl ( Chur. .i 


.fiii 


(;• 


■ M:-~ I'ei V K Ml rty atil.'.-. • \\ 
:'r,th I'la. ■ ■*'.'• h:i^ iieen onj:!!- >u,k 
list for ni.ire tlian a monthl ;- r- - 
ported te r— at',- t" b-- up 3'-. Lir.i. 
son ha.-' rr. : 1- hi- last call 
she i* al. »■ i! .tnd is a' iher 
anythii k! -I.e. -.v ishes and i;' 
strength perir.it-s.. Of cu 
finds ;' ijuite .i ditticult ta--'^ 
how to walk all ov--r again 


.d --ay- 
lo e<. " 

■ s h( ;■ 
• - she 
.' learn 


Mrs. Lue!l-«. Ih-.nii'-on oi [i hicagu 
arrived in rij.- . ity Tuesday i:id dur- 
ing her -' iV -.k !1 ;)e the h. i;j-e gue.-t 
of Mr.- I -trri-. Krallt. at "-1-5 C-re- 
Ave. -Mrs Thompson i.- -a -1 'Knewn 
in tile -ocial i-.rcle of Ch. a:^o's liest 
peop>. lu-r .husband ■■• :;;g or..- of 
the leading husin'i-- :r. i. add lirg ■ 
property hoMers of that cify We 
.velcome h-r to th (L.Tler. W.~t 


Mr-. Edy 1.. I 

■--k.:.- -.f S.i,; Fran- 

•!;<.0 is. the ZU- 

--. . f .\i •.- Il.aijr-lla 

I'.utler. '.12! ' 

■:l-!il Mr- il'erkii.-' 

- «_ re;Te- n:,ir 

. r^i MailamC Wa!k- 

-: 's sy.-ten- ar. i 

'- -ui . .ssfully coii- 

iucting parl"ri 

!. -San Framii-.^. 


-Mr and -Mr^ iatuni of 2' il Bu-> 
ihan^r. .St . San Frmcisco. wIsLes So 
.innour:.-e the engagement of th.ir 
daui^t. t.-r, Cei:elia •-.. Mr. Book-r [i-i- 
val Kn.-hr forni--rly of Lo--^ --^ng-Ies 
Miss C- .-.elia Tatum is a memh.-r of 
j-ffer-.,n High School also a pr.>nu.-- 
Ing musician and a popul.ir icemi)"" 
"f the younger set of thi- <iti>'. Ti'-^ 
vieddine will take place in San Fran- 
cisco ---aae time thi.- month. 


I I' IS'OR TKI.AI, (XT. 4. 

1 Ne-.-. York, Oct — Th - ca.-e of 
Cnarle.. Mitrtin. :!.i. 2'i W i;!S street. 
'.< ho wa- aTested la-t lue-di^y Hi 
l.?."! Street: and Seventh .\.ve:!Ue o:i 
•hi .o-!:olainr .jf Dorothy L.ivv.son. 
..'.J .\r-iiii(?on -\venU'-, v*:'! . . nie up 
• ift.-iher 4 In -li.- H-',_-ht- f..urt. 
.Mirtin 1- ch.-tri5'-.i w-:tj-, i;trr>n.e a 
-:un without a. p.-rnrt and \»:;h Lav-, 
;nu ; .rii--d it at .Mi.- Law -e:; i,..,-,-(ivs ! 
or h.-r attjtud-y i>!-. noi i---. -h. h.t-! 
:"V-t.,l inj the [-;ia!k Sir i.;;-- .ii .i 
...h;.! ->■.•■ vvint.> .efun.!--d 
i\rii Avs BK-AI1V TO \ii> Ti i:k> 

.i<;.*l\>T liltlTISH 

.\r ni-.iabad. I-j: e ( »• t - .\t a 
'irg.- meeting i;. !i1 h. re .-.■•: 27, 
re.Jolnti.insi were .i.ii-pted [ir'<'--.-it;ne 
iiainst Gr^ai B i-j.r. .---n.i.im loi . -■- 
:o Consiantinop:- md '!-.■ iLi'dan- 
»!le-^ in an eff.irt f" ihu.if i;e legjt-.. 
'•nate aspiratieii- ..:' V..' Tii:k- and 
■ lei lared i^a(l;r.^>.- '.. -.wr. 'Tui key in. 

:.".► event of wa." * 

I 

flKTKRNTH .W.XIVKKS \HY 

T'lesday ' .v-ning. O --.le-r -'Ird. 

t.i> home I'f .yr iin.l .Mr? j Stovall 

■1 "iS^ L. Halite [iarbara .>,:i- re- 
I'lemiant In holiday attire. \>ry 

!. lightly did the ligiits siiine .,ui and 
' iiaily did the Ijia yellow rry-an'h--; 
, ;;iui.i- -ind pink r. .>■-.- lift rhei.- head- 
■ :r. in several nook- 
t h-- stillness of he air wa"s broken 
j \iith plea.fantr>-.- and iippe-s of 

laughter. \ Cor.gr:itulati'.i;;i w^-r-^ 

ih. ard fromi all .-idf-. seemingly di- 
r»-ered on li( ."rtaiii i*.i ami ri'iy s.) 
I for 'lan n.'t tiles- x..\ in Iive.i in 
peace an-1 Iharnioiiy ...r tift-.-iifcodd 
>'ar- -Mr Jan.] -Mrs J Stov*!, did 
thusiy c-i^brat.- tiieir successful 
ut.ii.n. 


ommittee present-"d the following, drick is the oply war veier. 
Remarks by the president .Vifs Irene for the Superior Judg'-!h!p 
Lutler: Reading. .Mr.-, Vi.il.i Pol- 
lock. \i ho reveal. (1 in an orxguial , '" ' 

iagf !|f y.v 

.lUght- 

ns'ib. t.i 

iil t'.e 

itj. 'Sei.- 

oy -M r> . 


.■.ml uiiiTu.-. -fi.ry tli.- niarr 
-Miss Bir.lie .Ma-' i in. ns. th. 
'■;- of -Mr.-. Ciatij t.ikv.-n- 'J- ■! 
.Vli.-. Elni^r R.ile^r-on. one 
popular poll. ■.':.'.- n ..f 'h>- c 
teinb.-r 2 1. 1 ''.:- , a St-.ry 
I lu- I'eik.:;- ..I. 1 ,1 i '.. -il c 


.» il la 

ti- \\ . r^ 


In 


TF TIIH KOI.I.OW l\(. — WK 
<;i\E -KM AM. \ UK \1! 


running I ghe flames. Were tired upon. ' urk- 
i ish authorities tried to put ou : thi^T 
I ires, but the wind fanned the tli.rae-. 
; :'The Frt^ii-b Government, if it ! 
f lund nothing showing Turk;-- i re- 
.sp.'asibiTity for the fire. " sa.c 
-iate-inent. "on. the olher har.d 


l.\<. 


f ,1 ieiilt 
in -th. 


Mh 


• W.l- 
I. An- - .ill 
\lr.rei 
■ 1/ 


.M-.-dani.- !r. :'.-- Uutl-r aniil 
I'i-ii.- ().-iHir:.- . 

Th- gu--.-r.- wh.i i;iiiisi!;rf d 
1 • 'I b- .lu'iial £; 
.ji.--t fai; .ri-.-t 
I Sa.-T.ii.i O .'.i:'.!]) 
li-iins F (Iriiljt)- .\l Wa 
'i:.-\\.-. J li W.iikier. i-r f-'MipIr J; II 
.-n-i. • V. li;.-..- .\ E .\I..nt!.iL'u.-..J 
;. .'i::e C .V .,- hn-..n t h.i|- < '..m 
-J. ; -n .\' Viii; -.i:., .VI. L-e v\ l!ra.\- 
" -11, M \v hi., I f:,^.-. H „~- .] 
I'-v .-.!. .'.i Stall'. . ^.-, .t; S.I.. Il-r- rl 
fl'l.i-. S Bi' -.. n. G w'a.je. (J Al-\ 
■nder. E. Cornelia-^. E .A t•i^lI -'.•.;, .V 
.\|;.r-h.ill. J. Curry C Lewi> J Ma- 
ris. T Polio k. I Irviii. (). LnUan'i: 
I.eRossnw, D. P-'mbr'>k-*i) Rlowiand. 
.1 L -.v;-, B Le«;.^. .M 0-i>otne. V 
Toll... k.fl. Butie.-, J s. on \. W.--t- 
broiiA. (J E'. rkin>. \'. SfviiU. E 
cook. C Irvin. li .McC.i-kil!. S 
.iloy-r. -H U"ber-<.n, .M. .Ma-Ai-'li. K 
."\I(i\i;fr .V. -VL't'taau-.- I' v\':;:iam- 
and L. Pollard.. I li^ .\i:s.-e- |M He 
ter and I' Ray, 


Sacrarn*''! f o- ^ - 

l-M t'l- Ka;^'.-. L' - .Xnt" I 

J; tt by 1j ::i:- .si: 

U-\la.|--i Haiing 

fill rier, fr'ill 


•iv- .1 V-oiinfl -. 
lUr ser'ion "t 


Ihe 


St;tte ren-ttlve 
oti^- and Prinl' 


lo 


rni -.ou 

r-h-.vif ih- 1. f 
epiy to :i 
- ai.'l v. 
Pan-:.-' I 
i|.ir ti. •. :• 
iiii tinu' il 

r«t ijl.ic. 1 ,1:, 

iU'l -.1,: 


• i y I a in p.i 1 .; 
-^ I ask "v". 
■iubS' ril" 7- 
- n; -y.'ur i.;; 
in.iuiiie- I 
-Ity re 1 li ! ; ' ■ 

i*.:';.-penil,-;-.l 

and -h- : 

1 .mina ii; 
"i.po-.i'l ' 

1- fU.-ji' I - I 

:.'■ tu i. il 


m it.- posses-ion most daineginE 
t''---timony of. misdeeds of whicl th> 
<ir ek -\.cmy' !k guilty and [> -^le 
irated ■riuriag tile, p-tre.it." 

Th-e'st-aj^tfi-.nr ae< lared ttia' |:skf- 
Sh'-hr-was'. hot .nyile.-t' d dunn 
Ti;rk 'rttr-at. bui it »a.- burii-d 


1'^ 


Mcei me at the L. A. Ku— 'iau 
i'.mj Turkish ISai h« >Ion<lay anil en- 
joy a tine bath, -wini .in<l nia«viee. 

Riiie> Knf ranee fee *l IH) i n" 

litle^ patren to l»(l lin<"ii. bivtlt... 
-h<iwer> and plunge. Ma-v^agc SI.<M> 

k 

'extra. 


Mr, .Vrr.eld Bankston of 13.-oi E 
2'X street re. eived with a deligiofai 
tea Sunday afternoon Oct 1. .- m- 
plimentary to .Mesdames Jopes and 
Kathenne WeetJan. who left for 
their horn—, this week. Th-' aber- 
n.ion wa> pl-a.-antly open' :n frieVid- 
ly chatter an-i tea sipping Rial 

punch and dainty refreshm-nls were 
in abundan'— ^A short but pleasar 
program w:ls tWkoyed. Mrs. Benj; 
min - Franklin -9hg. .Miss Idell \\ 
hritBon gave a reading followed by 
remark- .fr"m. Mrs J.ines and Weed- 
an. who rolrt of their h.any -njoy- 
ment of their stay while in this city. 
-Mrs Ffankston lived up to her rep- 
utation a, a tnos: delightful 'nostess. 


SII)E-LI(iHT.-> ON THE \. .M E. 
ZKHk COVFEKE.VrK 

"G, F. .Ku"! wa.- here thei- and 
er-rv- A'h-'re ami G O. -\Ilen wa- a 
iower of help. That's nothing, they 
liave bt.^n doing it f.>" years and :; 
1 oni-^ easy. 

Rev. W. J. J. i-!y..r-. says h» never 
.sorries aboiut where th- Bi-hop is 
;ioing to -eiid hiin One of his eyes 
had a !o"k pf th- .Mojave Ue-,ert and 
the oth., r w^s clouded with the fogs 
.if San KrantA." He' got tlie latter. 
iiut Bi-'nop' Kyle had him on the 
anxioii- —at, for a nu.'iii.-nt It would 
b^ive taken a .-teci-scope to nnd his 
h- artb-ats fbr a moment. 

I I e irreatest squtrmim^ was thai 
";' R-v. T Allen Harv-y. Wheu tl e 
B;.-hop said "Sacr-ainento to be, tilled 
later. " a lutiii' came into the throat 
CI Rev. H^rve;-. that for a while 
him thi ipp-arance of a drom- 


ilev nil -rub. IT: X. .Mi-ipm^—ropa . 
' W-.'-!'l -; .Mis.-i;,nu;> .mil Sh' pj'r.- rd of 

th- -'r-at t;.>npe! .Mis.-^inn at • .'ith and 
1 l'...w:ie .^ve Wiis pia'iif.d iii^l Wed- 
. :'..-day .-veiling to .Miss Ella i'.att> r- 

-.'fi of S.:Ima. .Vlabaiiia Tbie f-» r-- 

iMi.riy t'lok place at the hoiio^'cf the 
' hri'le'-- parent.- on K.' ITlh Slj. Rev. 
1 VC Yd Was+.ington ,officia'i-d . 

Rev Marengeepa is domg'ia great 
• wr;rk faff Chri.-t at hi- po'Semt lo. a- 
I tiiin, having 17^ converts -intu- -Vlay 

He is Baptizing . 'inverteij believers 
, -.v—klv. 


tiul.v in 1 
y.iur pa- ; 
neigfe'hor ■ 

hat the.v I 

I'Mier.-'on , 


SMITH & WfLU.V.M.S >LAKK GIIE.\T 
AUUITJON To FIK.M 

Snutn & W^iUa-TOS are the' posses- 
sors of i»o new b-autiful ca.r!= whi.h 
arrived Monday evening via |s. P. — 
on- a lovely nickle-plated ^ grey 
hearse with glass-plated sid'Y; 'th-.- 
"ther a rU h eight pa>sen:;':r lim- 
ousine. ' 

Congratulation.^ are in order f.jr 
the progress of thi- company 


Relief came 


ira'. 

e'l'iry camel 

n.i.-Ces later 

-VEXT WEEK P(-)LITICS 


few 


Rev. G. W. Davis for 2." 

I'a.-tur of the Cnion Baptist 
of .\lexandriai; La., and for 2|i year 
pa-iur of the Oakland Baptist 
Church of Moeland. La., has been 
visiting in L08_--.'Ange|es and 'V'enilci 
for the past f^f. weekst Rev 
came to, the West purposely 


years ^ 
Church I 


Uavis 
to see 


1 aii^i 
'l.'.iar 

ucJT ipiiip"— - '].'■•:' ',^: 
rin.ini|i:i:ly -upi" t- i u,> 
.S-.'J. les Chui ''. . - ■' -1 
!/.:!"ioi.-s f hav. ::. .i..-. 
hi.;idr-.|- .if '::"i; ..nris 
iii.ii the only « ^i "f ft. f! ,i.«-*hiy raiu-'i 
paigii .M-ih...l- ^I'.l 1'l.it: rni Prin- ' 
iinies befnre you :> by ti:- ..'ourtesie* j 

"f your le.al pap. r: ii'.-«iib-i f.ir 

fh'-ni they will 'k -ep y 

foi-ned 'ind' will appre.ci.i^, 
r-.iiag. Eh.-oir'iiE- > '■ 
r,i subs, ri be for i her. 
may ii- iluly pest il 

Organizations of .tT. 
fill G'.vernir siippone- :,Kd oth-r 
parties' supfvirters irr for-nrpg de- 
but rc,g siicieties tlioiiin'»-.i! -:',■= Slate. 
Ti" y place club • subs.-r:iiii"i.3 for' 
ihM' liieal papers. I- i-'-iiinmend 
ih:-'~~a.soa i-l-ii.l ni-ihod of .ducating 
.vo'iirs.-lf .11:.; .-oliecti vel> -lujyinii 
\H ;rri.--al .iiuer-nces and rivim ipi-s 
if the lanoidat'-s. Vou wii! find 
V'lur I'-'at papers u.-ually ^ive the 
newH ar fliey rec*-tve It regariiess of 
th-ir "un p.diti.-al views . 
My platform is as. fplloa- 

1 -^.gainst Oriental Iran. -Tation 
or othiri undesirable -Vlieu- ai'quir- 
ing properly in Califorhi 

2 FoT._si'mpIify!ng the law- so they 
iua> be. readily understo.id iiv* anyone 
of ,11 a.Vtfrage li'-gree of intelligence, 

,: Furl legislation to ai-iuoe the 

.V^':oBal resci-urces and utilii. what' 

ite have, 

' ; For R\ K, Ci'niniisison r- elect- 

-il instead of appt>:nt>d. 

"'-For thet marketiiji; o: farjxi 
cduct.s dirti t to coii.siiit- -r '-'■ ' 
■^ For a Stat.. ; itwjr. F-trrriers, 


I .Meth 

■ -f yi -1 1^ the. (;r.-eks .i^er- rouod 
by pul- "" -.v hu n" uals" destiii. d t.ir i:r 
per sa ved- -nVy -b-v iIi- Fr- n- h Cons 

om l-os two 1 . Italian, olh. .ts., -.vho imi 

to the 1 Geneial Soui:ias. th" Gr-ek 

I and. I maujer, to .-ountei itiiirui an on: 

:-thod— I the burning of the i,..vin. it - 

In ttie Th*e r"o;--igii OiP.ce said, thai m 

II I :l>i5- , the r..-igliixir!ng \illtr's.s u . i— \y: 
,nd pillaged .l.'V Gr--ji .-.l.T-rs 


H . .pt n 
ii--d f..' 

l.il beitii; 

■ ■-■■dg.e-. 

r i>ri-'a:,- 

" al.sw, I 

.Kiuiri-s 


the 
ha? 


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WHO IS '^0SS" Of 
VOUR DOLLi^RS? 

A good many men let Qie ofl|er fellow spend th# 
money they earn— the oBier feOow just has to- sug- 
gest sonetWng ft) sefl ttiem and — the money is GONE. \ 

. Some men are strong enou^ to ecntrdl Bieir own 
money. Everj' time they get money, they, put sdme of jt in a 
Savings Account - first — BEF^ORE the fettow who wants to 
seli you some»:hing gets a chance. 


It takes a KfAN, arkj a SAVINGS ACCC 

tn a GOOL BANK, aid a J^TROlNG WILL to 

^ ,: ■ build up a- fundiOf tntsriey ir» bank which yon 

(■■: Siir. use for. tilings ^tare re«Uy worth while. 


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the Afgh.art{st'a;i frontier the 
ems are~shTwing .niui;h intti-; 
the "^urkish situation. >wh;ch ti'-ces- 
sitate^ . watchfulness and caution 
■<ays a dispatch froni Simla.', 'Kr tiifh' 
India.. Major Humphries, a ineiiiher 
C|! teh ..^fghannstan (lovernm. nt. will I 

,sr.^ive in Simla t.'-iiiorrow to enter 
with th- British' Indian ijo ern- 

Iniei.t. 

I he despatch adds 'ihat th' 
ternal situation ;h India is extr '.Tl.'- 
iy disi^ui-ting. and that tSere ai»? i 
signs that the unrest in the Pu ijab 




is sread.ing as a result t)f 
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20 PER CENT OFF ON .ALL AUTO THEPi" LOCKS 

Champion X SplitdcVf and A. Q. Titiin Spark iPlugs; Coil 
P9ints; Sihrader Air Gauges: Valje Insides: Stopleak 
Radtattyr [Compound : Headlight dlobes: Ford Head, 
lamps.: Tiii^e fools; Tools of all Kinds: -jiool Boxes; 
Pumps; Jacks :---Iji fact ail Auto Supplies at & saving. 

JHder a Mpney Back Guarantee. 
Npt Satisfactory. 
COME IN— LOOK US OVER— <;ET OUi^ PRICES 


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Loj'iilbit'.^OVt — Strong criticism of .J 
the. hehayror-'of Greek rnxip!- in the I 4 
Xeaf 'Basil teas made ii.v Viscount St. 


Ct^as. E. Pearl Gkr^ 


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f I:KH S< HCM..4KSHIPS (irKEREI) hi's daui^hter .Vlri^. Kdna L. Struther 


IN MIM< r.Y WJLklNS IM.\NU 
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iMin't forg'-t to' get in line as an 
■iji, licant for 'the fret- scht-larships 
i.r-- . -d to the i. 111. lie by the Wilkin-' 
Pel no, Acad'-my There are Jour 
Ktahrig ov"r JltniiiOi in value. 


of tAis city and. ti.e 'Reece tahiilyof 
\'t-nice wiih whom he has bedn link- 
ed in friendship for a numper 
d-.-aded. 


The pulili. is cordially m 


-M-iuufaLtureis and Merchants Board , .uarijls.-- n ho -preside.! today at th.' 
f. settle all dispi^tes h(,-tW( • n E™- j 5,^im..ann^a,i meeting .if t^'e Board 
p.ey.rs and ..Employees, wneie col- , \-^ 5ire«6ri of the Ottoman 'Kaiiway, 
e.'ive b*rga/ning enters into. theU^jtifcope.ra'tes from Snivrna to .-M- 
tr.insa.-tion. «) rreate a fair and ,im- ^n.. jfi _4|ij, .Minor. I lie Viscount' 
I'l! tial basis'pf operation. 'Isaid; • - 

:._ Against fl-iili-iitity price distrih-- j- .-'•fhe Orje«»ks in tkeir retreat 
irioii to prote^ft the small bay-jr. ' hprne.4 eiVerV village thev saw. They 

>. For th* extension of SeTiool to i.vjt,j,prt i^jii^.i^j„.ji -lurk^, an^l when 
c-vnpleie Voeat^nai Training. n.eSp resis'ted they killed thetn. 

1'. For free »ate I niv.-iMty. to They-jjid all this near the front and 
i--idents of the^ State and self sup-.' wrthio.ul. [Military neces.sity. They 


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attend the grand opening aiiii 
The seho.il r.-serves the right to c- ijtion 'nf the L. .\. Russian 

at I urkish Baths, .-ij.'; E. 


ited to 

d re- 

and 

ITth St. .Mon- 


fi-rfeii its otf. r if there are not 

Mrs. I' D. Godley of- .'.>ir, Ceiural least %'l '"1 worth of ^otes receive.! liay e'vening, Oct 'Jth. S to In' p. m 

.A.Teiiue entertain-d a gr.iup nf little by the t-hool within a given time. The — '■ — — 

f».lks at her home ..n Central avenue I ciiutest wilj begin officially within a , T|ie many rrleuds of Rev. 'J 
Sunday afternoon (J.-t 1. ui lion'ir i week or so' We havt- \^,^a asked t 
of the 


Logan 

'raw are giad to know^ through the 

1st birthday nf little Miss j delay a f» w more days so ihat all columns otthe Seattle Seadi 


Elinore Smith The •,, 
orate carrying out the , 
and blue. .-\ssisting 
were Miss White and 
'-. George Smith. 


• me v.a-i del?. 
olors -if pink 
the hostess 
■nother. .Mn- 


lay have aij ecjual start 

M.\KlrtEI)' l..4niES .\RT GlILl) ' 

The ;rerepition tend'-red the newly i 


that he is in a^ 
tion. 


improved 


chlight 
condi- 


„T ,.,j <K ,. 1 „ ^,^ .,.jo™„ T ^ -Mrs. Christian .-\llen, granddilughter 
elpcted oifficers. also .Mesdames T. A. i ,, . lu . i.- j . L . 

tole. M. Bate and Dr Vada Sommer- ! "^'^^ /^'^*^■■"' l-ariner and twj, great 
ville by Mrs flara C. Hulbert of g. | f.V'"nd'^?'ildr. n. ch Idren of] Mrs. 
;;,; 2i,th street Monday evening marked ( f^^^'"'^''- ''^■"'^^'^ ''" ^^"^ "^"^ Tl^ursday 
■^■the opening of the .Married Larlies 


.Mme. Florence Cde Talbot ,if- 
rived in the city fuesday morui 

and is r,-1,e h.,u.-e g^^^t °f her mother ^ ^^^ q^;,^ ,„^ ,|^,. ^^^^^^ 
and father. Mr and ^"^ ,]^^ "^ . .,^ •;■: i Very beautiful and artistic were 
of Dew..y ave. ^^""«' J^'^^J^?'^ 'he hiending of the colors, corn and 
from Chicago wh^re she appeared m , ^^, ^^ ^^^^^ ^^.^^,^ ^^^^,| ^^ ^^^^ 
co»eert. 


'evening from Hattiesburg, ! Miss. 
Mrs. Allen is mother of Mfs. E. 
Cleveland, of 2713 Couticil S 


I'-" ting to the Students 

1' For the taxation of bachelors to 

h- .p support tlie schools. 

II. For tax on all .N'ation.tl pre- 
tlu rs. for assisting ■ Veterans ared 
fiiri.hering tbc-ir interests. 

i :;. Would recommend a Uw to 
caij: for the Appreciation and Depre- 


did ie-oi>^..-o( sheer riialioiousness. I 
Our. Treiwritis are that it was done j 
systematioal't.r by regular troops un- 
der (irders,- -ift was done iiy the mal- 1 
icf- of men who^knew they .-flultl not I 
hold the.coirntry and meant to make I 
it worthless {^f anyone else '- I 

"rteGree'ks deserved all they j 


cii.tion of mankind, to provide for fhe j gj,(" .^^^ liAre he, said. 'King dm- \ 
''R'^'d. : staotiniE!'*- servants are very bad i 

If the name C. D. Patterson does I f,g(tt>J*8, bat They are first class at 1 
n.,t appear on the .November ballot— j rtibJ»>ry arson, and murder. " 
VVIUTE.IT IN. Subscribe for your, . The- speaker «aid that the Greeks 
lo. al paper and send all criticisms | ^^j-e now quiet, but that the Arme- 


and approvals to th.?m. 
Yours truly. 


D. P.A.TTERSON'. 


nfans had resorted to bomb throw- 
ttvg.aiifd.iii maifly ways prompted the 
"■hant-es o( tn.aipi^ci'e. 


Mr. G V .■surrey who has been 111 
for the past 3 weeks at his home 
I 1225 E. 27 street is improving. 


Mrs. L. E. Glover of 1225 E. 27 
£treet will leave uext week for 
Stockton for an indefinite staT- 
Tisiting her son Charles W Gayton. 


Mr. A- C. Richardson of E Wash- 
ington street continues very ill at 
his home. 


Mrs. Georgia Waters Joans un- 
home's decoration. Mauv the guests 1 ,*'''**^°', \°. "Peration at the County 
and lovely the spirit of ,he occa- i "°«P"^' '"'^ ''^^''' "a^-^^ ""th »rm- 
sion. A musical program and dainty ^'"•'"'t'^.'* *',* """!' of | having 
refreshments were servgd. ' ''^^° ^^°^ ' '^*' "■'*^'''^'* *?"i'"' '"^ 

Other honored guests of the occa-i t""! i ' * '"''^^"' "'' " ' "' *^' 
lion were .Mesdames J. Williams of' ^'*" *'' 


Chicagtj. L. E ShifTgr, First' Presi- 
dent of Art Guild and Corinc Hicks 
First; Vic*' President of the State 
Federation .Mrs. Hnlbert proved 
herself the unexcelled hostess 
tfiis oScasion. 


MB.S- W.\RNKR RRTlll.N'S 

.Mrs. Eliwi Warner of JS'orth Fig- 


nr. Vada SommerviUe have recently 

returned from the National Feder- 

■We know you are planning to at- mi<,n of Colored "Women's Clubs. 

tend tie event of the season at Phil- y^^ Leona McDowell, the new prea- 


ueroa returned this vfeek ffom an 

on 1 extensive trip through the East. 

Mrs. Warner was seipt as delegate 

Mesdames T. A. Cote. M.'Bate and from Order 561 HotAehold <5t Ruth 


hariBonic. Tuesday evening, Oct. 
Ij7th whn the golden-voiced, color 
atfre soprano. Florence Cole Tal 
-%tft appears, assisted by the best of 
Wesl talfnt. 


ident of the Guild was also elected 
a.i^ the Sapt of Education of the 
Stjte Federation this year. Other 
officers of the Gttild will be sn- 
noancod later. 


to the . National Graid Household 
ConventiOD In Ohio from Se^t. leth 
to the 17th. While there she was 
prerailed upon to t»ke up ttie vbrk 
of the Knights and Ladles of Honor 
on the Pacific Coast which'is a strong 
organiiatlOB in the East. Having 
given her consent aiid hiavicg been 
Inspired far th4 great thtags thst the 


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STUDIO: 160« E. 16TH ST. 


Mr. Bel^eOneal { 

Teacher of the Youngest' and j ' . 
Swiftest Piand Class in the ,1 . 
city by her cjcirrect method 1 • 

and easy way. They l^am j- _, 
Quickly how tpi play. Those ^ - 
who study^wiiji this tfeacher*- ^".^^S, -vi 
and do as shf says do, wiU-?.' t» ' * i^?| 
not only study] music but will '^\ 

play it too. V'jhy? Becaus^ •;'> «.-i 
she patiently and carefully i.''j^^'^:V:; 
looks after fitigering-, time/'.v' t: "rlJiy.X 
rhvtlim and irtaceful -poise '"^J^-i^Vij^ 
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WHAT !S THK ST \Tl S OF THKi 

.\\TI-I.Y\< HI.NU mi. I.' 
lAMKS \VKI.IM)\ JOHNSON Uy.-\ 
l>«>l!TS. 1\ ITM, (♦% .nKN.ITKi 

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Tl-.at liic (olorcd p.-uiilp of the 
riiii'il Stiitcs. :ni(l pui-tii-ularly Cfil- 
ii|V''(l votpis, may know I'xactly wlKii 
:ir-ii(iii \va-< takt'ii nu th" Dyer Aiiti- 
Lym-liiiig Bill by ihn liiiiiHl Stat---; 
hVnati' l)Hforp it ailjoviinul cm S>p- 
t'Miibt'i- :;2n(l. and th:it tiii'v iiny 
nisi) rnalizp the present siatin of thr' 
■ liiil. thi- National Assoviatlnn fur tli'- 
Advaiit I'liient iif CQoreil l'f!ip>' maU- 
.|iiil)lic .;i)day a staU'iniai hy Jamef. 
Weldoii Johnsciii. who arted for the 
AUyaiiceiiioflt !;'f Colnnd I'' ojur made 
out the lonK fight fop the bili. This 
rlat'-niea^ is given in full in view of 
the iniprission a nunihcr of people 
have gained that thf Hills dead fer 
all time. That is far from being 
true, as Mr. Johnson's statement 
hhows. It reads: 

On AiiKU.st'2.S I weiit*to Washine- 
ton in order to do whatever was pos- 
.sible to speed the action on the Dyer 
Anti-Lynching Bill. I was assured 
by Senator .MrCorniiok and al.sn by 
Senators Curtis. Watson of Indiana 
and Lodge that the Senate Steering 
t'ommittee would meet within a day 
or two and that the .Anti-Lynching 
Bill would be placed on the program 
of nit-asiires to be taken up for con- 
bideralion before Congress ad- 
jtnirneil. 

'; On .Augu.~t uO the Steering- Com- 
iiiitt"e met and plareil the I>yer 
j^nti-Lynching Bill on the program. 
' On September 14 I went again to 
WaKhington to urg^' the considera- 
tion of the Hill I and remained there 
until sifter Cungiress adjourned. Ke- 
publican leaders in the Senate re- 

' peatedi.v expressed their intention 
ajid determination to bring the Bill 
up for consideration before the" ad- 
journment of Congress. None of 
them felt that the Bill could be 
finally disposed- of within that time, 
iliey all expected that the Denio- 
rrate would not only demand the 
fullest time possible for discussion 
oi the measure but that they would 
use filibustering tactics to impede 
,its progress. 

It was finally decided that the ef- 
fort to bring up the Bill for consid- 
eration would be made on Thursday. 
September 21. Accordingly it was 
arranged that Senator Shortridge 
WQuld at the proper moment be rec- 
ognized for that purpose. When two 
o'cloi k arcived. the President pro 
tempore of the Senate, Senator Guni- 
inins. in accordance with the rule, 
announced that ihe hnfmishcd bus- 
iness became the prder. At that 
moment. Senator Cnderwood, Dem- 
ocrat leader, was discussing the 
Commission on Mixed Claims of 

" American Citizens Against Germany. 
St'nator Curjis arose and asked for 
unanimous consent' that the uufin- 
iahed business be tempoiyrily laid 
aside. Naturally, there was no ob- 
jeclion. as the request made by Sen- 
ator Ciirtjs enabled the Democratic 
leader to continue his speech. Sen- 
ator CurtiB' .request also had a 
strategic value, because it cleared 
the way for the taking up of ' tlje 
Antl-Lynching Bill. - ' 

A« soon as Senator ' .Upderwood 
co^clilded. Senator Shortridge arose 
aD4 secttred tlje' recognition of the 
Chair. Immediately, the Democrats 
\»e^e aUve to the situation. I do not 
think they'antlcipated the move, but 


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• oon as Senator Shorlrid:,'r arose"! 
I they at once knew that it meant an 
1 effort to t.ike up tlif Aiili-Lvnching 
I I'.ill. 

Before Senator Shortridge pro- 
ceeded he yielded. f<jllowing the ru\' 
o: courtesy in the S>'nate, to Senator 
I Mc.N'aiy tcj allow him to ask the 
I Chair to lay before tre Senate House 
! amendments to a certain joint resfo- 
Itition; and again- he yielded to Sen- 
ator Warren to allow him to repi>rt 
from the Committee on .Appropria- 
tions a joint resolution. Senator 
Pal Harri:-on of llis.-.issippi imme- 
diately raised the point of^orner that 
ih-; resolution reported by .Senator 
Warren was debatable. Thi.< point 
of order gave rise to a long ai;<l com- 
plicated parlimentary wrangle, which 
t'nally ended in I^resident pio tiin- 
pere Cummin; ruling that .senator 
Harrison and not Senator Shortridge 
was entitled to the floor. Senlttor 
Harrison took the floor and proceeil- 
ed to hold it for nearly two hours; 
i'l-.d the Democratic filibuster was on 
In the midst of the parlimentary 
wrangle in which Senator Sliortridg<' 
lost the floor. Senator Harrison sug- 
gested the absence of a quorum. The 
President pro tempore ini.tructed 
the Secretary to call the roll, tnd the 
following answered to their names: 
Ashurst. Borah. Krandegee, Brou- 
sard. Bursum. Calder. Cameron, 
Capper. Culberson, Cummins. Cur- 
tis. Dial. Dillinghatn. DuPont. Ernst. 
Fit tcher, France, Gooding. Harreld. 
l!arri-ion. Heflin. Hitchcock. Jones, 
(Wash) Keyes, La FoUette, I.,enroot, 
Lodge, .McCormick. McCumber, Mc 
Kellar, McLean, McNary, Moses, 
Nelson, Nicholson. Norbeck, Oddie. 
0\^err. Pepper. Phipps. Rawson, 
Rfc*ed. (Pa) Robinson. Sheppard, 
Shields, Shortridge, Simmons, Smoot.- 
Stantield, Sterling, Sutherland 
Swanson, Townsend. Trammell. I'n-- 
derwood. Walsh, (Mass) Warven.; 
Watson, (Ind) 

The senators who answered.^ the 
roll call at the convening of the S^- 
ate at twelve o'clock but did not 
answer the roll call during the par- 
imentary fight to sustain Senator 
Shodtridge's right to thefloor were: 
Colt. Frelinghuysen. Gerry. Glass. 
Hale. Kellogg. King, New. Newberry. 
Kansdell, Williams. 

It was then near the usual hour 
r'f adjournment, and before taking 
his seat Senator Harrison again sug- 
gested the absence of a quorum. 
Rut Senator Shortridge was prompt- 
ly on his feet and again secured the 
recognition of the Chair. Senator 
Shortridge oddressed the Chair and 
;aid: "f move that the Senate pro- 
ceed to the consideration of House 
«ill 1-3, being Calendar No. ;;22 — '•. 
Before he could proceed to give the 
title of the bill Senator Harrison 
again pressed his suggestion that a 
quorum was nat present. The roll 
was' called and showed.' a quorum. 
Senator Heflin of Alabama then 
made a motion that the Senate ad- 
journ. This motion was rtdected. 
Finally Senator Shortridge was al- 
lowed to proceed. 

Senator Shortridge, in presenting 
the Bill to the Senate, made a vkry 
strong and at the same time an ex-, 
ceedlngly skilful speech- He was 
interrupted a number of times by 
questioBB and objections, particu- 
larly, from Senator Shields (Demo- 
crat) of; Tennessee, who, as a mem- 
ber" of the Judiciary Committee, had 
gretly opposed, the reporting out of 
the Bin. The manner in which Sen- 


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afor S'uorfiiilge met this niiposiLJon 
was so convincing and yet so tactful 
lliat it cmiW be felt that the Demo- 
i-rtitic senators firesent realizi-tf i* 
would be exeeediu.yly embarrassing 
for iheni to vote a:,'ainst taking, -Ihe 
1)111 up for , consideration. ^ 

The conclusion of Senator Short- 
ridge's remarks is as follows wi.tjli 
interruptions by Senati^r Shields: 

I also realizi' that, we have be^'n 
in session for some time, a great 
many (lays, w-eeks. and month.-: but. 
so far as I am ((meenied. I am wil- 
ling to stay right here until ihi.^ bill, 
if taken up, is disi]oSied of^ however 
rnxious I am to breathe a^ain th- 
ai]' of California, from which Slate 
I have been absent until I fear that 
even my dogs there have furgotteit, 
ma. though the, faiihfnl dog is the 
last thing on this eatth to forget his 
friend. ., 

I am anxious, indeed, to get homo; 
but it seems t(> me that if we s.uuild 
H'jree ti> take up this bill, and Seii- 
aiors would enter into a genllemaus 
agreement to discuss it for two days, 
each side! if there be sides, could 
advance tlvojir argumeiits, not to cur- 
tail ar.eumetit, but ci'uld.give their 
views, and that We could criiiie to a 
vote on the measure certainly within 
a week. I respect the wishes of the 
House of Representatives; and what 
i.i perhaps the wish of others. 

I.Mr. Shields;) The Sr'nator knows 
the bill was discussed five weeks in 
th(> House, does he not? 

(Mr. Shortridge:! 1 think it was 
discussed for a long time; iiuite un- 
necessarily, however. 

(Mr. Shields; > With the Senator's 
intelligence aiwl comijrehension of 
the condition of affairs in tlie Senate, 
when he moved to take this bill up 
he did not e'xpect it to be taken U|i 
i:nd disposed of tit this session, did 
he? ' 

(Mr. Shortridge:) IhiuKs change 
rapidly. I answer the Senator, if Tt 
is necessary,; that I was. vpry fearful 
(hat it wonld ^not be dispf)scd of if 
laljen uf); that is true, j had hoped 
to have it taken up fully ten days 
iigo, but there were other bills and 
conference reports, the bonus bill, 
and the tariff bill, which delayed my 
asking that the hill Jse taken up. 
l;ut this is the first time 1 h.-ive felt 
I had the right to the floor 1 came 
here from Californl.i, and I do not 
want to abuse that right. I am wil- 
lUig to be guidt^d by the wisdom of 
others. I have made the motion that 
this bill be taken up, and that we 
liroceed immediately wi(h its con- 
sideration, and I h^ve said all- I can 
say. perhaps, in favor of taking it up. 

After Senator Shortridge conclude 
ed his remarks, the question of vot- 
ing upon the consideration of the 
Bill was discussed. Wliile the vote 
was pending the question ot.no 
cfuorura, was raised again. The roll 
was called and the following sen- 
ators answered to their names: 
Brandegee, Bursiim, Calder. Cam- 
erooji'. Capper, Cummins. Curtis 
Franfce, Jones. (Wash) McCormick. 
McKeller. McNary. Moses, Owpns, 
Pepper, Rawson, ^eed. (Pa) Robin- 
son. Sheppard, Shortridge, Simmons, 
Sutherland, Swanson. Townsenk 
Underwood Warren,- Watson, (Ind.) 

There being no quorum present, 
the. vote was not taken and the Bill 
autoitiatically went over for con- 
sideration to the next session of Con- 
gress.' ■ 'tt 

From the roU call just above it 
may be seen that those Republican 
Senators who stayed through to the 


end I'f the tiglit for immediate coii- 
sideiiitioH- of the Hill were: I 

Buisiim, N. .Mex; Calder, .N. V; Cam- i 
eron. .\riz; Caliper. Kas* Curtis, Kas; ' 
F.rance, .Mr; .lones. Wash; McCormick 
111; Mc.Vtiry. ■ Ore; Moses, N. H;) 
Pepper. Pa; Rawson, la; Rued, Pa ; j 
Shortri.l!g|^ <';•'■. Sutherland. W. Va; 
1'owiisend, .Mich; Wnrrun^ Wvtj; 
Watson. Ind; | 

The Republican leatlt rs in tlie Sen- 
ate state, that the only unfinished 
'Tiusini'ss on the program of Ijio 
"Steering Committee are the Lil)eria'n 
Loan Hi,ll and (fie .\titi-Lync)iiiVg 
.Hill. Tlujy have given detiiiiie protu- 
is-es that.fliese two measures will be 
taketi up., tin d finally disposed of , at 
the opening "f the next Session and 
before any other legislatiofi is con- 
sidered^ Jk 

This v^the "first fundann'nt.il issue 
al 4import to the colored 
•he Ciiited Stales that has 
]^ stfuarely before the R(>- 
public ast'jliarty sHvce the Civil Rights 
Hill \V(f"liave the pledge to enact 
this leftKlation in the Republican 
platform 

We lutve ii recoitiinended by (he 
I'residei.U and we have the i>romise 
or its etiactmeiit by the Ijeaders of the 
iitajority jn Congress W'e must hold 
,the Party'and hold the I'resident and 
hold the' tiepuhlican majority in the 
Senati^ 'Strictly to these promises, 
and if the enacement of • anti-lynch- 
ing legislation is not; fulfilled before 
the passing of this Congress on 
Mtireh .1, l!t23. we should considii- 
all of thejc promises as broken 


ers (Lwiiing or holding 1 per cent or 
more of total amount of bonds, mot- 
gagejt, or other securities are: 
None. ' 

4. That the two iiaragraphrj next 
above, giving tho names of tlu*i ow,ii- 
ers, stockholders, and secuirty hold- 
ers, if any, <'ontain not only the list 
of stockholders and security iiold^r.s 
as they appear npoii the books of 
the cojyiPany but als(), in cases where 
the stockholders or security holder 
eppears upon the books of thi com- 
pany as trustee or in any other fidu- 
ciary relation, the name of tht i)ersou 
o corporation fo whom such irust'-e 
i^ acting, is given; also that the said 
two paragraijhs contain .itatements 
embracing alhant's full knowledge 
and belii'f as to the circumstances 
and conditions under which stock- 
holders and security holders who do 
nut appear upon the books of the 
company, as trustees, hold; stock, and 
securities in a capacity other than 
that of li bona fide owner; and this 
afhant h;is no reason -to believe that 
any other person, association, or 
corporation has any interest direct 
or indirect in the said stock, iionds.^ 
or other securities than as so stated 
by him. ; ' / 

JOSEPH B. H.VSS.- / 

Sworn tot and subscribed before; iiie 
this 6th day of October, Iftia./ 

AL-MA HROW.V. .Votary /I'ublic. 
My commissitm expires Jaii./4,. lH2i!. 


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geles. 

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Business Manager-^C, A: Spear- 
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Could I but fell 

U'ben ends life's spo 

Atid I'll behold T1>V lliron|'; 

Could 1 but knov/ 

When I shall gfT 

To view that/'vast unknown 

I would so^nve 

That whe.n' my soul. 

Its upyord flight would take. 

'Vwatdd gladly lay life's armor down 

Airtl going home to wear a trown. 

In God s Dominion wake. 

Could I but say 
This vei-y day. 
That life has lost its charirt; 
Could I but hold 
The hand now cold. 
Made so by rude alarm 
I would so love 
That Gold above. 
Some blessing, would bestow. 
And; ere the shades of evening closed 
That life that opened like .the rose, 
With etiarms afresh would flow. 
\, 

Could I bU^t do = , ' " 

For one or tw» 

All that lies in my ppw'r. 

Could I but stt>fip , 

Like flowgrs d,rooV, 

To serve thenv everjKhour, ■ ^ 

I'd so behave \ 

That at their grave \ 

No single tear'd be she(r> 

Tor sacred fusing of the soitJ 

Is useless when the eo-n-'- is^cold. 

Why cry till^yes are red? ' 

.Could I but add 

One tliought though sad/ 

:To some great scheme of life; , 

<;ould I subtract 

Some little act. 

And' lessen human strife, ' 

I'd add that thought 

By conscience wrought 

Subtract that act unkind. 

Then every human^ heait I'd purge. 

And live old conscience' one good 

scourge, 
(To provel life earnest, real, divine. 
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-: Sport Intelligence:- 


ox THK IH AMONU 

^'Xast Sunday (Viriens Athlnics at 
Alexander Pa k on J -ad and 
ong Beach- '. hr' Athl>»ticf> wou 
tkandjly nor iu>«Hrver ui il tht- Ia>t 
Finan was nut in the 'Jib ija- tht-r^* 
IVtJ big n.,>;--- as to who w^nuld be 
rho. 
Tomorrow the AthluM's so up 
iK^nst the classy El .-^r^uiulo f am 
id all loTers of tht- Xa'; jual t>a.<tiriu' 
ttoVK that they will, b t a run for 
Heir money with rhff-^t [•'■o n-ani:; op- 
fpfwing each oir-- ^'..uue ^ail' d 
^promptly ai. 1 '■'> ■ .-id.k 

Laat Sur.day -^ ' -, -.va.- lij-iiit.-i >: 
[All-Stars 6. 


■ Brnckwa.v Referc 

' Morgan. Time K^- 

Announcer. Bill> 


1. Si igeant Osoar 
"er Boots Hhtes 
loiialdsou. 


if horses those of the Patch family.; 
Red Wilks: 'Norwood, which family 
is relatives o.f .Nancy Hancks tht 
champion of all trotters; also ihe Lu j 
llillon family. Thi- colts that Lu has 
in California are mo=t beautiful 
3,,t-cinieTi that have evCiV tnier.'.i 
this' section. The colts riiat-are b.'- 
iue raised here in Sunny Sidi stabl' s i 
will be shipped to Madison Square 
'.ardens in New Vork I'ltj. Nl a 
\ork. After they are one year old 
their prices wiH range from Sl.OOQ; 
to $55,001). 


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AMOX; THK H)l K 

With the Avenu- [' 
Idead isaue everybody 
|«ray out to .\Iadi.-on Sn 
32nd and Lcrig lie; 
6re the manaaement. 
lies to provide th' v, 
sible resardl*.-.-- "i 
[line with thi.- pol., v ., 
iVee Ander^eli i\,,- f-i 
heavyweight who ^- 
I knock out oi . r K ■* 
I as a draw an 1 « 
I the very be- l ■ 

1 the rountrv \ "i- 

[Andersen i- .n- I n 

S'orfolk at M .- ;■ Squ . 
|ln New V- -I. ".f la't>-r :■ 
nUnth 

'Ihe;-. ,-■ If- th'- mall h 
rell k; 
[Victor 
I weight 


KOI 

aiac • 
■.k>n' 
iiar- 


MIKI 


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■adl 

. .1 1 

.rd 

ag 


ar,l 
In 
l.ner 
ight 
of a 
well 


KIN<. til>S.sll' 1 

Kid Hioapji.. «.'.' ha~ made si-verai j 
starts and a-- .:.any wins since his 
arrival lier. :i 'in Sacramento has 
o-aionstr o- li that he can stack up 
ttith any : liem of his weight. In 
onier to ^ : on here in every sght hf ' 
!; - IiMit 11 ::ne away plenty of 
\' --:i:h' ''i;r .it that he puts ovt-r a ! 
N>,! !ie - a rla.'^sy boy and ha.i ' 
^; ■. . <i .1 tno.-t favorable impression I 
■ • i '.ns ar.- all with him 

iii,-i_,, I 

r - Pol.ce Commission (;• fu:>ed to 
_i in' a permit for the Cfntr.il -\ve ' 
'>:ei:a at its la.^t session. t!.orefoie| 
ore will be nil hoxirtR .it that p!ar, , 
a .Monday iniiht 

We claim th.it : Vict. >r .Vle.icander 
madn a mo>t ei'"ellent -howing' 
a^ai-.st L--e .\nders«n for hi it knoNCi; . 
that this man .Xnijersen will put up 
a good ai .'ount of; himself with any I 
111.1 n lining and th:is includes both 
Ja, k I>en.|)s. y and Siki ' ; 


PUIJTUAIj ih»t VIV. 


The battle lines •are now formed , 
and the political armies are being 
mobilized for the jerand charge on; 
.November Ttn. . ; \ 


Out ,in the "Jrrt idistriit there are 
two Infieptndeni Cindidatns, who es- 
;-a> to wrest the honors from the 
-houldei's of Elmer 'Uro'mley. 


Jiist why anybody would fall out 
and .get mussed up over anybody's 
I.olitical game i.i more than we can 
understand For our part if our 
hrmher would oppose us politically 
1;.- would still be oui brother and at 
..1! times witliin ins ri;:hts. There- 
fore ;i.-. a people ■■ivilizaton ~huuiii 
make rnonp of an impre:-;-ioii in 
things political and i ut out tii.' am- 
mosire- and hatrnl whih are no" 
■h. pro.lucts ..f an nligliieiitd age. 


r-d .IS one oil 
..- «• ighr in 
.ii\-r of fait 


fl!:: 


f If- ,th 
ou 1! and r.- .1 
Al-xa:.d ■ : 
of th- :' ! :': 
nore th.ui u-u.i. i ' 
out a b'.g iioii-v 

%lain ^:^ 
At the .-..,. : he. 

Isen comm-: o-^.rati 

ied the riei.t .ir '■■ V"i. 


iit Kid 
Garden 
of th.^ 

■en th'j 

..in and 

i>'r heavv- 

. '..St was of 

and broUih- 


n 


Tennis Chatter. 

.SttHi.iM) V>.sK.S.S.HK\ r K.VCH I MI".. 
rKKTT\ PAUTHKMAI MKM- 
IlKK "HOI'S Dty SK< KETI.V: 
Arc. fSTH. 

lu w .\i. ^.Mi-:f.L,s wat.-ijn 

!>'.•'. n.in w'llJUm Marsl'.ali Dui.ii 
in t-s. ,!,.•.[ ,,f the Federanoii at '.tr. 


iju: 


la-t 


'1 


11 r 


tht- 


in.- 


ani 


did he 
nches Bu! 
2nd Round 
lopp<jneTit olT 
Iwho prance.^ .i.\..> 
body anl , 1 .> 

Ander-*'-!. .- I 
i-d Round Ai.d 


Vi 


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d '.: 


h 

Vn .-t 

V..- u.-.'- ;;- o 

..Vn !•■: ^■■■- ru 

,'.\.>> An.;, r.- 

■p- at 

ind 

sen Ian 


Ui' 


Monday 
>p of r^d 
major ; 
- \ e ; . ; n g . 1) u ( V. :'.l 
!<:-rable a.-besto- 

l-ipIomatica'Ky 
;'..ia,g the dear I 


n:<ht ■.^a^ 
hot incin.'-a 
ortion oi i'> 
; the aid oi 
fr.ailv ^t:.ii 
Ui I f-eu-il m 
I- other «!.o' 


■ .1 
to i' 

.h-s 
:\ 1.1 


torch and the swot t si-- 


ii^aveu th- 


ih-- 


jii- 


diy 


Vir goes down for th-- 
Vic trawl.- 10 hi.^ rorn-i 
his elbow and knee — 


,1s 

■• ,h. I 
. .t 01 
■vvate- 

:- sail'. 

It. An- 

•. wen* : 
a-'aiuj 

■ . ■unt ' 
— .\n- '■ 


h-r a.-.->'s,L:nei;t itrin-- 
iiiQs.- or Du^ii fdriv. 


Ithat this di-Ti.i;:ri,ed I. 
Idersen mad- n.. .laim; '-• n-- 
llntn a climh .Vndor-e:; iin<l 
Ion Vii V sore jaw. i... -.I'-c s t' 
Ito 8 when the !..;■; - 1 .- j h:: 
Idersens roun-J. 

Uh !lound V't'- ■'■ A.itr-rsen , 
Is^vi-rai chop- -'i ' ' .a b.it ti.'*:. 
f^id n.o .-v^n phas. :■.•... Vi.- goe.-- 
fdnwi. for tlie coiii.t ■• '• \ n 1111'.- 
hhard i- it ■" jaw. A- ■ -eii :oi.-he.~ 
thim. 1 lips lis rhin. V.. go.> down 
|foi- couirt 
I but fa 1 
'rsen s !■' 


iu^i 


ip tries to ral- 


I'^t^'i Round 
lyi !•-!- to li 


■o jaw. .\ 

■lis rhin. 

.; ; iomes 

- r :r. ak> tr.e grade. An- 
:k ; a-v; Andei;jieh's t^gh' | 
The X nil W iml-l p- 
One Rouioi -N. .r-.uan vs. BljckW: 
iRice. It", lb.- .Norman starts a fu-f 
Iriou^ p'ai.-e but Bla. kie slows liim up 
Iwith .-tiff iio'iv punrhf>: Blackie | 
Iprov-^ a i.-"!-' ■ bioek-r — Even ^ 
Iround • 1 

Rouud :; N"!-...,-; eniiK good.. 
lEIackie work-- lef; fr-equemly .no.r 
■to Xorman s ja« N'ormiR niak'-s; 
(cut on Bla.kie - -^ht rv-r —Round 

t 
id h:.L' k;- k-'-p- briiig- 
th- jiw. -v.-h Nornian j 
Ifutring ttil::;-' blow.- to the body — 
|Bla.:kie is a -hid> to the ;;.,(jd on 
Ithis round I 

4th Rcund ; Botii ngliter- have i 
|t>een .-hu-d down. Blarkie holds' 
(his owi; -.vh.le Norman nev. r stoppe/; 
tirying I r.e judge? gav- the deii.-ion j 
[to Blackie but a draw would certain- 
|Jy havo been just and fair 
.Sp«H-ial Kv»-nt-. 
Young Sam Lnngtord vs. Kid! 
IPrice I white I 1.'." pound.- — Young 
lagford now seems about to ger 
lliack into his old time form for ht ' 
Iput on everyihing in'thjs go. he was: 
Mir; against a real good boy and th- 
Kuanner and despat. h in which he put 
■him away in the seiond round show 
Isam up as a coming box-r who can 
lyet jhine in the realms of puiiii.-m 
<'Ia»»y K<>ui 
Baby Gans vs. Tommy .Kdam--- 
white 1. Adams tries to .-,ug lo th- 
ody but Gins is ills m.i.-ter and 
cut him into ribbons with a viciou.- 
Bppercut. Gans showed 1 ia-s all the 
»ay and early in the 2iid round 
lldams' secoQds threw the old towel 
the ring in tolcen of defeat. 
|>S^id Blondie vs. Young Gilbert 
J[wh!t-i. Gilbert goes down twite 
(from the impetus of his own attempt- 
1 bl<tf^'s; th-y -swap body punches. — 
.ound even. 

•3nd Round Opens fast and furious 
ilbert carrying the fight. Gilbert j 
1 going down 1 onnects up with 
pndie's uppercu' . which places a 
on Gilbert? i-ft ey- — Blon- 1 

round. ' 

rd Round- Bloudiii slugging 
-, Gilbert game but Bl-jndie is 
tisteady. — ^Blondies round 
_ Round: Blondie working 
Gtlb<lrt is slowed up. Gilbert 
■'down as B-londie lands hard ou I 
ria«« and at bell is staked on ' 
„. Blondie's round and flght. ; 
^fh "House Cooper vs. Kijl Mas-' 
Rtoth colored. Massle was way 
, than Rough Houa« but what , 
„ lacks iii weight he more than | 

I BP In science, and fought thej 

' Matale to a draw. j 

I iuif^ Charlie Moor», Frank ; 


p'' 


ih.it brother 
.-11 j.di any 
- in th- near 


StrU. K 
tt-rs u h 
r:igrat:_on 

Much Itri.iusion.. m Kviiieme 

I :. rinai i-su.i- . : [':.•■ " ■■'• h:'- 
h-at --ssion w .i.- ih.^t r!i.- thiee imi 
l.ir- •^- ■: memb. 
t.r ■*>■ rlub 

■«.a- un— .trth.d and kii k»d into th.e 
i-i.i .-;■ a and as a subsiituii ti.e 
i"-J :-.-|nests a tjat 'a-e of •■On.- 
h'undr.'d Beans ■ to b- -;iread on th.- 
Uild'» by each of th--io'al i-:.nb- a' 
It.- ne.\( ;.i-etu.g November *iih :iiid 
n. lii In t .-ay n.iayb.- ' ■ 

The ( lull H >u>e Site 

, l-i ;i!'o .-.* i>i.- |-lai;*.,l'e 3roOh 
1l'i'J>e ,o.i pi-oeorjtior. Iai!.-d 

< I -tats, a -ingi' ifi-j-oh. i.i lac; n-'i 
.1.. It' rb- pretn-" !i,ntni<r ?v.oi^.r- 
■ \---, ;.;int.,l aitioiijjh th.y jug^lid 
T r-j th:-: g ir 'Un I ~ . 
!,' ''.t- v.; I 1 h r- •- '■- v 
01 tlv y-<r^ do :■;,.- n- 
t'n'ur-- 

l.oiatiop S»|Ua<) .\p;ioiiili.il 

■ 1 i-Loi hea'l" mal eommitt*. . 
: 1.- pained prexy Dunn t-o Sfvrrply 
in r'le pa.-t that he appointed a trio 
o: S-auti's who uil! ' r-ally hustle" 
t' .•i.--^-t in lora'iiii .1 -iiitiable patch 
0! .::.;h on yhiih the K-d. is to liuiid 
;■- rucure home, th.- -iz- of: wimii 
n.u.'i. b- at leajt; 20"xlJ" -fei^f an.l 
loi ated near a yellow .ar line 
.^Ir-'. (;ilb"rti> Turner "Ka)" 1< Vi>u 
Please 

.iin.> bo.i\ .an get riiairied these 
-:i'.- >ut t require? a pa:r ot phe- 
■;.;n..- fS^do the thing Aug. IJ. 1»2: 
o;d'k.\:i Tioj.OOi.i citii-n.- ignorant of 
.i un'iliast Monday. ()• t :;. 1922. 
:.d th. I: they told it t lie m.-e Ives. 
>ep tnat 1.- what iharining Gilberta 
Turn.r — .Mrs. James Kay .we mean' 
did and • v- ry meml)-r of her club the 
-VIpha f'artheniai 1.- ' ilaliagasted." 
likewi.-,. the friend.? "f 'he tall good- 
natur-d Jimmy "Wop Uop" Kay, we 
.ire fou: 1. red. 

M ••»! Side ljiidi<'>' "Hop' 

Sacnr Uy night. October I' the 
West Si-ie Ladies' will skirmish 
around the beautiful rooms of thf- 
home of .Juliette Harri.?. 1J14 W. 
:!>jth S' the PaciHc ''oa?t champion 
III ladie, singles, douhies and mixed 
doubles with all the pleasure-s.-ekers 
fhat.(-an l)e crafnm.-d into the place 
in a dletermint?d ffort to grab oft 
their 'hundred bui ks for th.- Fed 
nrst. "Who is.Tiexl?' 

pll^S WD PI-AVKKS 

I By PLNCHp 

.Vlalcolui Patton of "Chuckles" is 
I onvalescf nt and will b>- seen .n the 
ia?t, October 3eth. 

I) — 1(0 ^ II 

Mr Perkins would fike to hear 
'oiii an \-l irainer", to handle 
''i.helia during the engagement at 
I"iilnarinonii: Oct. SUth. 

.Several new musii-al . numbers 
have b. en add-d to Chuckle. All 
with t'he 1L<22 effect. 

1 1 (J I) 1 , 

Jounie Andej^stm the music com- 
poser of "ChuckJes " IS very busy 
writing music for a white act which 
will leave soon. 

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Florence Cole Talbert "Los Xn- 
geles' Song Bird" w;ir sing Oct. 17th 
at Philharmonic Madame Talbert 
is to our race what Geraldine Farrar 
is to her race. The best among the 
best. 


The 

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:..k.t as all Ind'peiidei. i.'audidai 

W.- .an see no re»s in f-i 
Shoui.t any .\m< iiciti . it 
niit him o! hers.'lf f'i> 'i 
and i-.nsidera'ion of tii-i 
. itiier.? and w.- i:.'it.ainl> ■ 
-..^„r•-!y .is possibl. any' 
...uld dare say that -my ' 
' .uld ii'it avail thf ihsc; 
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At Alexander Giant Park 

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COME ONE, COME ALL! AND WITNESS THL 
OPENED FOR THE WINTER SEASON. <»WE 
EACH AND EVERYONE WHO WILL HELP MAi 
SUCCESS. CATCH WATTS CAR AND IT WI 
AT THE GATE; OR HOOKER AVE., WALK TW 

GA^E CALLED AT 2:30 P. 

Both teams are going strong — All the fans know 
puts up a real game— the foMcwing names are the 


EL SEGUNDO— 

DUXC.-\X 

P.EIvL .v., 

R.-CLLTUiT': 

.J. H.^LLA ..: 

HAWKINS .-.';.. 
RODOX .;.:..;. 
PALMER., . . ..; 
McMOORLX .. 

PTIER 

Daniels „ ,. 


A. C. GARDEN 

WARD 

FAGEN .. ... 
WILLIA.M ... 

FOOTE 

PULLEX 

WILSON ..•. 

KYLE 

CARR 

TAYLOR 


-UMPIRE— DONALDSON- 


GENERAL ADMISSION 30c 


GAME WE HA VI 

ILL APPRECIATE 

E THIS A GRAND 

PUT YOU OFF 

BLOCKS EAST. 

M.— — 

El Segunda always' 
line-up: ■> 

ATHLETICS — 

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f.p H^e job and 

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It was ind' .'i! a -iirp:;?e to : li- ' ,* 
i-ot Pi.- man when tlie annouue-rr.''^' \ 
of Jan>es M Alexander was r -ad ir. ^\ 
the New .\ge "". la.-t Saturday as -.. . ' »^ 
had bt.«n told bv .Mr. Alexai-ie: :> *.». 
week before th.a iie would not r-jn ,* 
How-f^ver. as we see it he ha? a per- ** 
feet right to run aiul submit his ..an- y> 
didacy to ^{le con?ideration of lii? i* 
fellow citizetis .Mr Ah-xaiiilei' m the *x 
pa^t has been a conspiciou? tisure in A 
the history of this .-ommuir.'-. ti i? \ 
adniitt. d and recognized that he has,^ 
>i cured substantial political recoa- *J 
nition for the race and Uiat he was \ 
always on the job asking for recog- i< 
nition for the race. Ke stand? 'as a ^ ^ 
• lean cut character about wlioni th" 
fongue of scndal has not .-uccpsst'wl 
ly wagged and most certainly 
.Soaring Eagle will give to him an op-; ^* 
D'lrtunity to be heard and to state 1 v* 
his case, just ^h..- s-ame as ai.y other j Ji. 
citizen who mav .seek th'es.- column.-' , -v* 
as a medium to r.-a-ii the people, i \ 
Standing as we do as a rei-'ular ?up-j'2| 
portrng in this election th.- regular J i^ 
Republican ticket, m-ans that ouri>* 
-•diiorial support and policy will he i ** 
for the regular Republican ticket. ' "■ 
•;ut perish the thought that ttje day 
or time will ever come when we will 
deny any person the opportunity to 
state his' or her case in these liol- 
nmns — We trust tliat we are under- 
stood. 


Patcrins to the Colored trjde 


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Published every Saturday at 
824 Central Ave., Los Angeles. 

Phon* 150-44 


Entered as Second Class 
Matter, Nover'>^r 17, 1913, at 
Cal., under th^ J^ct of March 3, 
1879. 


truly i menace to "the 
do right class." 

You not only taught Negroes 
vice, but you are still teaching 
them — some of your clubs, 
hotels and other dena while 
they draw the color line train 
a certain class known in th« 
Negro colony as the Creole" or 
octoroon, in methods of vice 
that are carefully passed .on 
and hence the Negro who has 
followed a false trail of relig- 
ion offered by you is still 


Subscription Price 

Oiie Year ?2.00 

Six Months 1.25, 

Threo Months 75 1 drinking from your cup of vice 

- .. -_- ■ - . u - ^ I that 'has turned the tide of 

' your boasted civiization and 

will mean death to him if he 

, persists in following where 

you lead Religiously, Socially 

and Poitically. 

"The daily papers have re-; in concuaion you very clev- 

cently carried" a news item: eriy appealed to- what you see 

that is worthy of the mutual! 't to -call the better class of 

consideration of the colored j ^J^^^O' *« b^/^retul lest he. 

should have to pa> a price. i 
Well, Rev. Schuler in, every' 


A METHODIST PREACHER'S 
LIE. 

By: C. A. Spear 


would I Hllil VICTORY STIR.S P.^ftlS RACE 

, ,, FIGHTS 

.VMERIt'AX >VHITES KESEXTIXG 
FRENCH RACK EQU.U^TIY AXD 
.VDIL-ATIOX , OK XKAV FISTIC 
ST.AR ARK BEATEX XP BY 
PARIS XEGROEH AS THEY 
.HAKE IXSri,,TIXG RKM.4RKS 
Paris. Oct. — Battling Siki's uu- 
|'^^pct•><l viotory ovpr Geor,;;P3 Carp- 
f'ntier has rp.iultPd in frequent fiRlits 
lietwepn .Amoricaii whiips and mi'iii- 
Ijerrt of tlif Parisian Negro colony, 
rip.'cially in the Montnia.tre section, 
wliere the latter have been celebrat- 
ing the crowning of tiie new ch;ini- 
pion. i' 

In most instances - the Neg^oe.s 
have been accompanieil by pretly 
French girls. Objec;(Ling .\niericon 
wliites have preciplialtd qiiarrel.=^ 
and in many cases free-for-all battles 
have taken place with unpleasant 
lesults for the white .Americans. 

T!ie Paris NoRro colony — and it 
is big and '. varied^is cftrrying its 
cliesl out and its head high while the 
French women's color blindness, so 
far as they are concerned, is 4n- 
cieasing. even to the ( nibarrassinent 
()t many Negroes themselves vijlio 


CONNER-JOHNSON & COMPANY i 

UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIREiCTORS | 

Whose Courteous Treatment and Polite Service Pleasea g 

Those They Servfe. ... ' | 


and white population of our! 


c ity. It ap pears that a young 
Georgian, visiting in this cit>, : 
was on a street car and in a ■ 
most courteous manner .re-| 
tiuested a colored woman, who 
attempted to engage him in a 
\erjt distaste;ful conversation, 
to desist. She continued to an- 
noy him and he rather positive- 
ly rebuked h^r, whereupon 
some four Negro men forcibly 
took him from the street car, 
far out in the residence portion 
of the city, arul proceeded to 
.^.lash him with knives until he 
was:.carted to the hospital in a 
most serious condition. Thi.< 
race question undoubtedly has 
two sides to it and the trouble 
usually starts with the crimin- 
al element in one of the two 
races, and one is as bad as the 
other. It would be folly to 
.blame good, law-abiding 
Negroes with this monstrous 
behfti'ior. However, it is well 
for the Negroe.s themselves to 
, attend to such oiTenders as the 
newspapers have pointed out 
in this matter. A little spark 
has started some terrific con- 
flagrations, and the colored 
people of Los Angeles will be 
wise if they will deial promptly 
and positively with such 'gents' 
as mistreated this young visitor 
to our city. " 

The Rev. Mr. Schuler, who 
would hide what he cails his 
religion under the cover of 
race pride clearly shows how- 
ever his real feeling — when, 
without making any investiga- 
tion in the section where his 
illuflionary crime was commit- 
ted makes a statement which 
hwe believe he himself knows is 
false, to the effect that a Color- 
ed woman attempted to force 
her attention upon an innocent 
Georgian on a certain date in 
the city of Los Angeles. 
' Now, Rev. Schuler, first of 
'all your innocent little white 
man came from Georgia, the 
state that ranks second only to 
Texas in the matter'of lynch- 
ing, burning and tearing out 
the bowels of women, who are 
about to be mothers. — Let us 
a.«tk you this question, Do you 
think one coming from this en- 
vironment is apt to easily be a 
victim of insult from a lone 
colored woman? Secondly, we 
v/ould call your attention to 
some facts; — admitting we 
have some "bad Negroes, wo- 
men and iften," due to the fact 
that for two hundred and fifty 
years your fair parents held 


one of America's wars except 
the last one the Negro fought 
to keep the Old Flag from 
touching the ground — but in 
the World War he fought for 
Democracy ; and Democracy he 
shall- have and your threats of 
death mean nothing to him, 
for at last if to be a man ipeans 
death.— -then let him die! For 
to be a man and dije is better 
than living a. lie orja coward. 

WESTERN DISPATCH 
PASSES OUT. 


Ind themselves hunted by French | 
women of a!l tvpes and st.iUons of 
li|-.-. 

The new idol is chce 
h(- goes. The French 
him no discrimination. 
si:ieches, receives the 


When the latest effusion to 
.journalism started on its car- 
eer in this city we wrote in ef- 
fect as follows : ., 

If your motives are sincere 
*nd you are on the square we 
•ivish you all the success 
which goes witjj publication of 
a race journal. 

Before |this salutpry to our 
new contemporary we stated 
that this city was a veritable 
graveyard for race journals 
{)nd that we ourselves had writ- 
ten obituaries for quite a score 
or more and probably would 
write for others yet unborn. 

Let's see, did we write wise- 
ly or well' Just how sincere 
the new paper was, was dem- 
' onstrated when it inaugurated 
j a campaign to put this journal 
I out of business instead of cen- 
' tering on a campaign to build 
itself up. It could not pos- 
sibly live and grovv and at the 
same time devote its time to 
destroying us. Then another 
incident hove in sight the "pil- 
fering of our Mailing List.' 
Now, .somebody stole that list 
which was used by this self 
same paper and this fact which 
within our soul convinced us of 
a lack of sincerity broke all 
chords of fraternal understand- 
ing as we have always enjoyed 


™d wherever 
have shown 

He makes I 
{lowers alitl | 
garlands thrown to hini and sfiles | 
nil the time. .Almost every other | 
.Xegro seen on the streets i^ mistaken 
for .Stki and is stirroundrd by an I 
admiring crowd until the poor fel- 
low — -he is usually a janz band | 
playi r — is forced lo take to llight in | 
a la^i'in self defense. 

Vi sterday, .Siki visited "11 tjie.; 
si)i,ni:'.g newspaper o.Hiies, t^ok a I 
little chanipagR'e and blocked ,['.at!ic| 
by appearing in l)alc(;nies, wreatlnd 
In garlands and waving.to the crov.d.i 
helnv. But on the whole ho takes 
little liqiior. sti<king tn vichy amT 
victuals. 

The new champioit is b'ing inun- 
dated wi|h commercial oilers. Ow- 
wants to u.se his name to advertise 
a new pill; anither wants to star liiin 
i:i a film version <^f Kene .Maran'- \ 
"Bataoula". tl»« novel of .Africa by] 
a Neirro thai won the ]'i\\ tJon- I 
ccun." a well-known dancer uflers 
him l.inin francs' a nii,h.l^ tt> diimel 
with hf r at a fa->h:onab!e caf" 

To all thi'.si- olt'ers liis tnanagi r. ' 
Ilelier. returns a decidi'd negative. 
.And FriiitccisUpscainps, ('ariM-nti<>r'.-, | 
manager, sci^^ns conlii'.u;^:!y fir a | 
leturn fight, v. hich hi >vill i-.Mt:Mr.ly j 





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Wc Manufacture H I 

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1 DRUGGIST 
Phone Main 6064 
^ NINTH AND CENTRAL 

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For anformation sail So. .36^'2 


Pedro, Compton 


K— Take 
Local Got off 


Long Beach, 

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San 


year, 
'like a child, a 
with Holier at i 
>r the tight l.lin 


He 
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debasing school slavery, dur- 
ing which time your grand- 
father became the father of il- 
ligitimate children by my 
nrandmother, hence the first 
weds of immorality were sown. 
But, Rev. Mr, Schuler, We are 
jglad to state here, and now, 
t^at within a period of sixty 
years we have been able to re- 
duce that immoral standard 
forty per cent. 

And then again, we would 
caU your attention to a little 
Miasionary work that you 
with your great church and 
publication might aceomplish 
l)ere in Los Angeles, and thus 
Kelp the heathen at your door. 
Down here in East Los Ange- 
les where your innocent little 
Georvian vras so badly mis- 
ti-«Aed, white dope and boot- 
Imt yendcrsi contribute to the 
qeliB(iiieacy| of a class that is 

1 , -Jife:,. ;,••■■ Ajt- 


with all rebrular and! creditable 
newFoapere throughout the 
length andl breadth of the land, 
however the Master has spar- 
ed us to write "Finis" over the 
remains of this sheet, the 
camouflage of a combination 
fools nobody who is wise to-the 
issue, any newspaper man 
could see that for some months 
the bird had been badly wing- 
ed and must surely fall and 
that it wa? simply hunting an 


mine as chattel slaves in the easy spot on which to fall. Now 


in. the New Age it found that 
spot. Why the Age likes to 
absorb newspapers it absorbed 
the San Qiegd Journal, sub- 
scription ijst .and all and still 
the New Age goes on with ab- 
sorbtion. But for all that ac- 
cording to their declaration of 
principles in New Series Vol. 1 
No. 1 both have been declared 
dead, be that as it ' may we 
have not; bjeen cheated in writ- 
ing this obituary just the same. 
If there wejre after death,- a re- 
generation 1 of the tvo forces, 
th^ Dispattih had some clever 
guy and Ji^jnakes it look like 
the New A(ge was hanging on 
the ropes in a more desperate 
condition than the other fellow 
and at the! rejuvenation from 
the staffi ofl the NewlUnion the 
Age has been sihotherei out 
and the otljier boys are 9m the 
staff four td pne, 


nor (,':>t Ui\- jt^le.ist 
cump,.. (ryini; 
(i.n;e to blows 

viito showing of the t1;;hr l.lin. run 
cIT slowly. Other:;, iir^tlie Ibrntre 
iiKhileed in a n^w riot 1n » iliiTe.renre 
of iipinion as to whethi-i SIki fouled 
Ueoif.es or not. 

Bu* Siki Ju.'it smiled. ;ind out of 
the ijoodness of his hiurt ollered to 
i)rint; flowers to his be;:ten lival. ii 
luggestion that almost drcve l)es- 
ranip.-; blind with rage. 

Carpentier's apartnieiil i-. ' still 
like a hospital. Botli ey**s r.niain" 
closed. His nose is thrice iis nor- 
mal hize. He has a huge ga.sh airo-s 
his lips, which are considerably 
Kwollen, and his cljeeks are a welti r 
e wtmnds. 

lie has not been able to ^.nt! .-i ■.-.•.•■s 
sage to his wife, who is at liiarritz. 
and i'is friends think 'he woi.ild be 
humiliated if they suniinoned hf-r. 

With both bands broki a and on- 
iinUle sprafned, Carpi ;Uier probaiijv 
has t::ken the worst punishment 
jnetcd out to a clan'pi<'ti in reicni 
years for such a comparatively : Hub; 




AFFECTIONS or 
Any of llie (ollowioi pan* 
may be caused by oerTCT im-, 
pinfed at tJw spiat by a fM\f 
luxated vcrtebraji 


♦ brain. 

EYES 

^ARS 

NOSE 

THROAT 

ARMS 

HEART 

LUNGS 

UVER 

STOMACH 

PANCREAS 

SPLEEN 

KIDNEYS 

SMALlI BOVrai# 

LARGF BOWEL 

GENn^L ORGANS 

THIGHS fic^^iEGS 


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THK HKKKIN HOIilEOH 

We regret _,very much that there 
seems to b*^ among those wiio par- 
ticipated in the Herrin massa<re-- 
one Negro, and. he a deputy slitrilT 

It yecins hardly imaginable that a 
black upon whose race all kinds df 
indescribable Injustices ar^' heaped 
should engage in the willful -cwA m:i- 
llcious destruction of human beiti Js. 
' Even tho he were in auth::rity it 
would have been better had he 
thrown down the gauntlet, and madje 
bis escape, even to sacrilice his job. 
rather than stain his hands wjth the 
blood of the innocent laborer who 
had s(.t aboiit to earn a day;i earn 
ings. 

Offenses are like accidents. — it 
impossible but that '<f y come, hu 
woe unto him to whom they come 
Every man that commits a crime it; 
guilty of th.at offense aiid must bt! 
likewise pu-nlshed, if not; by law br 
a remorseful conscience which 
haunts him day and night. 


Constant Care— Not Luck 

Human' history and experience have taught us that 
many persons believe ti:at a head of naturally long 
-and be^qtiful hair, c hcnlrhy scalp and .1 lovciy 
smooth comp^xion come from luck, but they do 
hot. Constant care and the ffeqi:ent use -of 
preucfations qf proven merit are the secrets, 

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Pure, thoroly degases • To sofiendry. 

hair and scalpi ^ • curly hair. 

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Nourishes and stimulates the growth of sti:bborn. lifeless hi|ir. 

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THE BAITIST COXVEXIO.V 

■The conventicm did j not come iioi 
will It this year and for why there 
are mrfiny proposed reasons. We d(ji 
not dcubt the autheifiticlty of any of 
Iheiii but we do know that it brought 
happiness to some and disappointl 
ment to others. It would seem raj 
ther risky Tor a chartered train oc> 
cupled only by Negroes to start on a 
strenuous journey westward when 
the strike conditions were as tbejj 
were. At>he sajtie time trains werei 
being blown .up, spikes pulled, huJ 
man. life sacrificed and property de-| 
stroyed an^ too the strikers jobs op 
some of the roads were being filled 
by Negroes of all' age^' and to get a 
cbande to wreck his vengence would! 
be playing to the strikers hands.] 
We are of the opinion that whateverl 
ia to be will be and God's providence; 
seems inexplicable but-' all is well 
that ends well. It Is hardly probable 
that the convention will be aa largely 
attended as it .would have been had 
it beeil held In CaliiCorBla yet we 
wish it SIMMS along all Ines. 



By rcternng to the above illustration you will see 
near the lower end a magniheJ illustration of 
normal and an impinged nerve. Fijg. I shows 
nerve in. perfect health, performing 
nature intended. Fig. 2 shows a 
and the flovt of vital efiergy cbstfucftd. / h ig 
ahowi vertebra out of alignment (sabluicai^d) 


F&, 1 shows a 
g *s function a* 

n|ftfk impinged. 
istructed. /Fig J 
ai^d 


Health 

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People^ 

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RECEIVE 

PERSONAL 
SERVICE 


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(8 Y^ars Practice) 
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Monday, Wedaesti^, and Briday to !):no p.'m. 
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. MAYFERN HAIR GRQVVER BETTER THAN THE BEST 

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at once to prow. \ ' 




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PORO WILL DO THE WORK IF 
YOUR SCALPS ITCHES OR YO0B 
HAIR IS FAI^LING OUT. 



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A PA P E R W I T H A H E A R T A N D S O U L 


S2.0 The Year 


•1:r 


Volumne Thirty-Six 


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA,^ OCTOBER 14, 1922 


Number 31 


L A. StocholdenVisit and Ins(k^ # Comobabi Mines 


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LOS \\(xKI.K>. ST<H !iH<<,' I'f •:■ 

V'SIT AVI» 1NSI'K< T 1(1!. 

1 <>>r«>B.\i;i MISKS. 


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L-^aviii^ Li:-< Ant-Ki-- b 
biifs. Mi.-.ii.tv night. S--''-' 
a party uf :.. - Aries!-- -' ■ '* ''^ 

visited and i.^pnt-l-'h r t .'lolU- 

tngs of Thf Ci :;;,)ii.il.: • i- ■ .li^'-tjcl 

Mint-; I'onpsi.'.v j:..| , *■''' iin^t, 

ot Cliim^ that Mr V i- Hr-di- 


LOS ANGLES eoy ; CORNERSTONE LAY- 
WILL VISIIEUflOPEj INK SUNDAY EVENING 


COMMENTS. 

By W. J. Uli^kton 


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- '.v-r ■■ Mr M 
■•:■., I A-.- . \'. I 
'..■ .iii> ; Mr K 
A . 'Jt Avr . /...--I 
I:..idwin '-:' l i •• 

Ttli <t. ai-.'l -\!rf 

:• 1 ri-AiijKiiishi ,i t:: 

K' ail. Wjtt-. Canf.'V .:J 


<:..> -*;..' 0' li ; -ii ^iii(l.-'t jv vi r 
r. H. f'Litt- r-u.i ■ ho ;!ad li'.Hi! ■ t- 
■ rip ■ :■ „■!■.• -• ■■ •r.il t:.a ' 'i 

'r-; iL • '^ . .-;■.• •. v .'.Ir 
A;;eri.'3n.i ■• -.t.iH.-J ilr A .•:. 

Mr Pjc- - . :! • -.1-. n r . ■ ■: ^ 
driv.-!' . '.: ■ - \!:;tti-^ MiK' .-h" 
ii>n;^;r'.' '•'-- D.nUiw'r ' . J ■ 
an.l .\!r- .1 Ki;:-ht. 

Thr. : ,;! t." arrnT-il jt : •• I'o. • ■; 
th" I •:'; .-.■: Mount.;: Thur-.l^ 

th''- l'-r.:i .1- in.iliM?!-.'. ■'"• rh If 

ramr-*"'! u:.t:l J.-viini t ■.-■ti 'h | 

w»r- .'..^t [■:■ :-'r •'?;••.• \iii; r i;l:.l 
Kuid.;.! •- :! ■ fii^ip .M- Mill- i 
■was 1 f-rjo:--(l t.i r^- th-i. and »-- 
p<>cia!!v -h- lad!e>. and -ays thj 
sincfi in-r--*- laJ:-~= had • t- >-r."U2:i 
to bla^- th- trail that .- -xiect.-; 
•ip" aiar<* of th»^iTi d' •■ ■ '".'^v- ir thi 

flitU--. 

Tl>,^ uar-y .sra;.. . • h.> '-»r)l.':il 

for a '\i)i-.k an.l ■.•.!- .'iiidr-.i o, - ... j 
riou.-* .■ir»«rt.ons of t^,- .. nipunv , i-.iiii- 
ius^ l",y ?i->.-;.l.-nr il ::• r \.- .%!..- 
If-r dL-^plavr".! .;•, \k ...i- .-fill ;!;.'■.- 
ledgf "' pia: ; ..f-^. sea.i'.-d Ijv y-ii. -i 
ai bar.'. -' • '. .iQd prL>v» ! b ■•■ • i i| 
(ion; t fhjt i:.i.-.f- I. .at had inv« -ted ii 
roni>a,ijr -t . ic had t?k' ti r. 
ch3ni:»". b.". .;•; a'.a:;^ .' .^^i i.i'..>-; 
ni»-tit. 

rh-- .-',1. kh ' i -. ;.r iia-. m u 
m'''-tine Krid,<:' -v-ro:'.;^. i )rtor) 
?"th. I:'Jl' at 111'. C'r.'ral A- ■ all 

"< oil.k. 'hi- ■!'. •ting will : p 

t'. th' ::;:j!ii. --.. . ome .nit •;,! . 
;>irout thU ttondf-rful i:!]' ... ! t 
opport i:; -y i- a-.tord?. 



' p in th • If-adins 

'Jrt^nt and I-^urot:-. 

L-a^UHj. I he 

itir's will J>ti Livfr- 


RECEI'ilES OVATION, 


lirsH«>[> H>1 VTAIVK IS <;KKKTEI) 
BY AN Al IHKM r. <<•-• >I()|!K 
• THAN irtHHi AT THF: Hit-^T ». 
M. K. » HI K« H 

Eighth and To'A-ne Av-.u';- r'.r-t 
A. .VT. E. Chur.;h was rrrit-il-.i o th. 
di or and mor.- than a i-.utilr- .i p.- >- 
f'V l.ail to Im- t::rn.-d _wa;. I.i.-: .Sin- 
day morning v. h-u lii-h'ip Wi;-. A!- 
frf.l Fountain. I> D. ..cupi. ,i th-i 
F'Ulpit. dulivf-ring a 2-rPa.t an.l tiru>-.y 
Sermon on ■"Christian Kthri-ncy 
Grows Out ot' (.'hriotian Suif'ri:;? 
Much stress wa.; plan-d up'n tli'' fa. r 
thai the .\[-thi)disi rhur.-h b -i!.- ••- 
In Sani"iii. atioit. biit n.t in .::in.t- 
fration. He deidare.i that th. 

Spirit's ppps**n.e niake,^ aii, th.-s*. 
thinKs 1 sa. red and holy and v.e 
.siould irrow in gracf-> ai.d in His 
likeness Bishop mad- all for 

new meiiili.-rs; and ;ix \vori n united 
with tl'.e churc-h 

Mrs. Emma Smith rend-r-tl a soul 
stiriug solo fcUowin^ a beautiful 
anthem by the c:h'iir. iind.>r directi'jn 
cf Mrs. Fr»d M. Kobe?ts. ^ust before 
tht sermon. Pa.-t.r Ward and his 
church are happy to say the l. ,>.-f. 

Bishop Founta n addre^.-Ml th ■ 
young [>eople at Sunday' School if 
"The Boy Jesus." \ 

In rfsponse to a cali by Pish.vp! 
Fountain a big mais meeting f a ^i' 
held in Eighth and Town? Aveji:- 
X: M E Church Sunday afternot'i! ; 
Th*,<'"ngre?ation inclutled pastloraj 
aiid jir. mbers of all A. M. E.ij 
Churches of this city and vicinityjj 
and other Christian "visitors. Theii 
•meeting was held in the interest ofi' 
the West Side A M. E. Church. The 
chorus was made up of^tombiae.'. 
eboir members. The principal ad-i 
dresses were made by Bishop Kouii- 
tatm and .Vlajor-Chaplain Priolean. 
The Rev. A Milton Ward preclded. 
An offering of J161.iiij was given fori 
the mfssipn The sinsing was good.' 


.1 Pres- 
.=t '-Oll- 
Th- lat -r- 
of over lv.1 
parts of the 
y. jrs th; .. hoiu: 
uss 'iVorld proib- 
S'-nds th."^ir rep- 
:• -iitiiiive 'r.i.. iiixt cr.f.-reniie 

•< i^i be held in H.noluiu. The object . 
'■1 :.h:s sr-.t i:: .v-;i..-nt is to pioiiiot- j 
• ■ -1- ur.il. a::, i:-' all !v.>-. -o as I 
■■';■ y will i.ett-; . .;udition.- li.at will 
: .-. e in t: ■ i\:'<;--. 

Th"y w;ll 
cour.trirs i'l '■'' 
*..■ establi.- ;. i; , 
mtist iii:pr;r:. ;;t 
!''.-.l. Li :id 01. fJ.ivrp, Fa. is. Drusiels.i 
C-..ova a..(! i':-:'in. Duriti; their i 
- tify, :;; .Swit/ rland they v. 11! address I 
tre ■o-.:ereni' on the labor .luestion. 
V'. h I- .:: Ei.glai.d and France they | 
vv :. I-.a.o the i.pporiur.ity to meet I 
K ■ _• C :orge ai-..l f^rc^i-lnt .Vliil r- I 
. . 1 ''-her dignir.iries. 

!j .(a lads ..jnii- fr,>r.! a high-."la.sK ' 
I'.il rfspeotahV • fai'ailie?. Vv'ilayn | 
:-^.<:'j.U son of Milliam Stovuil and) 
;-;,";.•.■. of •[-. ■ '■( our leading physi- 
'::ni. Dr Leonard Stovall. Thomas 
-';. ."o is th ■ son of Mrs. A. Sander.a ' 
■ -tiler Av. • 

ihis is !y n ■ iii>ans their first ac- '. 

niplishnien" Stovaii graduated; 
I.- ni Hidlywi'd Hi.sh Schottl at th.' 
.-. of fifteen, (he y.iungest race lad i 
■.. :;raduat.' from a city High School. 
i:- has made a gr-at record a.-, an or- 
•- r and ueiiatei^. He was tlie win~ 
•• of the Ije. |;iniation Contest in 
1 ID. FresM. lit of the Hi-Y Club 
tt.. follow in.e y.ar For two c6n- 
-'. utive vej.-s the highest point 
.man in tre V .\I. f). .\. track and 
r-' id meet. aNo a football and track 
ttar in Fr.p school. He is now a 
soph.,nicr ■ at nhe Wniversity of Cal- 
i!(jrnia. at.d taking a great part in 
■.'f.e activities at that institution. 

Thomas ^Myl.'S has many honors 
w'.ii-. attPtMiing prep school. He is 
the iiol li r cf th'"" city record for the 
--■ yard dash. Captain of Ili-Y track' 
te'.ra ill CI' .\ first lieutenant in 
■itie Re'^erve iMficers training Corps. 
-A winnet^vn last y-2ar declaipation 
cintist. President of the Les Tra? 
ilens Ciub .\ club consisti-i:^ ot 
i.igh class colle-e and High School 
students. 

■'"homas Myles will tour the United 
.«tates. and South A.merica during 
the summer months. He has the 
privilege to appoint assistants. Mr. 
Ralph Bunch and the writer of this 
'olumn will accompany him on these 
trips. 

The Eagle staff congratulates 
these boys and their greait work 
cowards improving our conditions. 


L.\V <-OK.\EK STOXE SI XD.*Y 

l"I.l-:.VS.*\T HILL B.\I»TIST 

I HIWH 

Sunday afternoon. Octo'oer I.i. 
nill mark a new era in the life of 
the Pleasant Hill Baptist Charch. 
This consecrated, en^rgelici congre- 
gation will lay the corneriione. to 
their Ji'J.iMMt. edifice, corner Court 
and Bonnie Brae streets, at that 
time. .\ll of the Baptist churches 
of Lo.s .\ngeles will jom in the ex- 
ercises. The following program 
will be observed. 

Dr Win R. Carter. .Master of 
Ceremonies. 

S</ng Service. Pleasant Hill Choir, 
and Friendship" Church Choir. 
Selection. Choir. Vrifndship Bap- 
Church 

Invocation. Rev J .\.. H. Eldridge. 
Scripture Reading. Rev. W R. 
H'atchinson. 

Prayer, Dr. T. L. OrifTilh. 
Sel-ction. Choir. Friecd'hip Bap- 
tist Church. 
Address. Dr J, B. Fox. 
[ i Selection. Congregation and Choir. ! 
Address. Dr. W. H. Tilraan. 
(orerinfe. 

Corner-stone Laying. Pa.stor W. H. ; 
Rczier assisted by Revs. R. H. Holt. 
L B. Brown and F. W, Cooper. ' 

Praver and T-hanksgiving. Rev. R H. 
. Wa.Je. I ./ 

I Plea.sant Hill's new church home is 
the pride of the Baptists of the city 
The efficient pastor. Rev. \V. Fl Rp- 
7.it r. and the congregation are 
worthy of all the praise and en- 
louragement that they are receiving. 
.Vn invitation is extended to all to 
attend the Cornerstone laying ex- 
• rcists- Take Temple or West First 
.■Street car. get off at Bonnie' Brae, 
^nd go one ..bloc( to Court and 
Bonnie Brae. 


WESTSIDE CmZEIIS GRMD COUNCIL CHiBERS. 


1 MEDIIIIillli MIL 


l-fSHOI WM. FOl'VT.\I.\ .WI- 
i'RE.SlDl\U ELDEK J.A.MRS 
\V.\SHI.\GTOX SE.VD «'.4LI, MJK 
HELr. METHODIS.M JRESPO.XDS 

Gur great commander sent a call. 

For help in old L. A. 
.V mission of His planting there. 

Had need of help to stay. 
His Major -called at once his men. 

Great men. both staunch and 
true. 
'''hey sent the order down the ranks. 

As Lieutenants always do. 
The rank and file to arms did come 

.\ad eacti one answered "'Here ' 
Ready to tight the foe til deeth. 

With gold and prayer and cheer. 
The battle fought, the victory won. 

The Mission here to stay. 
1 hey send their thanks to everyone 

Who helped to save the day. 
Hurrah" for rank and file we say. • 

And for Captain Washington. 
liurrah foV his Lieutenants bold 

We'll name them everyone. i- 
Ward. Prince, Guy, House and 
Cooper. 

Two Shaws were there in line. 
Price. Raiford. Red and Johnson | 

And Gantt was not behind:) j 

.\Qd as tor God's great MaJorJf^ i 

Our Fountaine. bless tke£man. | 
He's here to fight for God and^right 

And with his forces stand. 
.\nd thanks and praise eternal 

To Him who erer all 
Holds high the sword of Truth and 
Right 

Aiid will never let as fiU. 

E.fO. P. 


"I'm going to tell It" 
not it.". Jake Moore In 
Oct. 30fh. 


"No that's 
•Chuckles" 


WEST liOS AN'GElfS MISSION, A. 
>l. K. CHVRCH^ ^ 
.Vomurnd^ and West JefTrrsoa 8tn. 
Major G. W. Prioleaa, Pastor. 


1X>S .4NGELES AIUIE\<ES .AKEH 


VEKY 

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DI.SrRIMIXATI.V<; 


They know what they want, and;] 
they know when they get it. That's 
why "Chu*kUs." Mr. Piersous -M-a-i' 
sifal Comedy gem made such an in-} 
■tJtnt hit when first played. Foar| 
taeo hundred saw it in .August. ' 
hree thcosand will see it played 
- the besefit of 8t. PhUUp's Bitis- 
' ' ChvKk at the Pbilharmoaicf 
Hit* Oct. S«tb. * 
Mi« AlaBBBder in "Cknek- 
tOct. 3»tk. 


mme.floreni;e-coietiilbeiit 


Miss Cole enjoyed the distinction 
of being soloist of the Girls Glee 
Club of the Los Angeles High School. 
She graduated with honors at the 
afe of IS and was her class repre- 
sentative at Commencement, rend- 
tring two beautifnl solos. The ex- 
ercises were held In the pame aodl.: 
torinm ' in which she will appear 
next Tuesday evening- Such was the 
Ftart. cf a career that has been so 
svccessfti!. Breit as a child it wis 
prophesied that ske iQmId be «■• «C 
the gmetest aii 

WOBld kBOV 

flIteeB| of 


The get-together meeting for the 
beneBt of the Mission held at First 
A. M. E. Charch Sth and To'wnE on 
Snnday afternoon iit 3:0d_ o'clock, 
conducted by Bishop W. A. .Poan-- 
taine, A. M. O. D.. assisted by Ker. 
James Washington, P. C And the 
pastors of the city IncludieS Wesley 
Chapel and A. M. E. Zion Charch 
was in every respect very tuccesa- 
ful. ' " 

The bishop's talk was full ot 
wholesome advice and was en in- 
spiration to the spfendid congrcsa- 
tion. 

The pastors 'and officers ot the 
rarioos charehes responded liber- 
ally; as did also the stewardess and 
deaconesses of the <^d hUtoric &th. 
»r.d Towne' In*the rjqih, the:,-9tetor 
or the llisstoa was nnal^ uT^et 411 
C'-mes of porseas who jeoBtrttatid 
and k«Me '*• will not aseal^kni'tbMa.. 
Ilie totil a»oaat cOBlnhJito^- «M 
»lSl.t« f«r which we ttxt-ad t« ^i 
par tteakat i 
> Th*]MaWU' V**r*t aorvkr-wSI^ 


MuKlen — CHBLSTI.AX 

I The eyes of the West are turned 

I toward the Near Eaai. Ever since 

the Greek debacle, England. France. 

and Italy have been moving their 

I pawns on the international political 

j chess board. The mov^ of those na- 

i lions are made for suprfniacy in 

j some -sense; political or commercial. 

I Bat to throw a screen about the real 

': issue, the horrors of a religious war 

I or the surging fide of c^lor suprem- 

, acy. is held up to the gait of VVe-^tern 

'■ civilization. England. France. Italy. 

, each one hesitates to take the in- 

[ Itiative againty Turkey for within 

I their Empire. Kingdom, Republic. 

' are miilioDs of restless people <tl 

I tolor whom, they fear, will rush ^ 

the -tiandsrd of the Creseeat and 

wage a war. beside which the recerit 

world conflict will pale into iosiK- 

; Dificanee. -^ 

The burning ot Smyrna has been 
laid to the Turks, bat recent invest' 
; Igation has proven that it was th« 
warriors of Constantine who burnetf 
and looted that city. Turkish sol- 
diers were lending their assistance to 
wounded Gre^k soldiers and .\rme- 
nians when they were tired upon b> 
Greek civilians. And yet the .Mos- 
lem worshippers of Allah, are ac-. 
tused of atrocious deed.* of violence. 
It is claimed that the Mdslems prayei 
for the .\ngel of Discord to spread 
di-ssension, and antagonism amone 
the Christian Powers. .-K noted 
Christian k-ader observes that the 
Moslem prayer has been answered. 
And the resttlt? A divided Christ- 
endom. 1 urkey has surprised the 
world in her defiance of British 
power. The white man has made 
color his Fetish. He has made col- 
or his basis for domination. He ha^ 
plundered, tmardered, and enslaved 
b«e«iis« of color. -Tfc«re m«!it come 
a. day of reckoning unless he exem- 
plySes the teachings of the Naza-rene j 
upon which he bases his Christian 
civtliiatlon. The .aeknoVleUgement 
that th* .Moslem prayer to the .\ugel 
of Discord, was answered, shows a 
lack of faith in the efficacy of Christ- 
ian prayer. 

Perhaps after all. "God is G<>d and 
.Allah is his prophet." 

PollUc : 
"The voters of out" group were 
somewhat surprised (o learn that 

"J.!im" Alexander * had decided to 

cait his "Castor" in the ring and 
stalDd for the Legislature Nut being 

thoroughly tonversant with the sit- 
uation It is hard to say. whether or 

not. It be good politics. We heard 

it said that .\lexander would run ,'_,,_ _ 

independent: that was during our IIIIl LI nRPIIPP POI P 
recent visit to the Southern City, nUnU. ILUIlLllUL UULL 
:ind then the rumor was emphati- 
cally denied. Well, we trust that ttie 
'•'best man wins." and that the fight 
may he a cle^ one. Well, there is 
r>ne compter that, as a race of peo- 
ple, we mast get rid of: aad that is 
the feeling of inferiority. We have 
it. deiiy it as we will. We are grad- 
t:ally throwing it off, but It is asking 
:< great deal to eliminate in a couple 
of decades w|iat has been bred into 
us for a couple of centuries, we see 
it exhibited in varloas ways when 
those who would assume polKical 
leadership are making overtures 
for recognition. '\ 

Edward B. .Uabson, attorney, an- 
nounces his ca.ndidaey for Associate 
-lastice of the Supreme Court, short 

term ending January 1923. Attor- 
ney Mabson Is a clean upstanding 

lawyer.^ A member of the ''^n 

Francisco Bar, \ 

The vartons ameadraeats, ^eferetiT 

dams, and ether things are r^iving^ 

'he stadiotm |:on^dOraUon o| :the 

voters. • The power bill, and Sample 

bill com* in for the major pftrt of 

the teterest shown. lu really funtty 

to see. some of oor "Brothers" "gum- 

:ihoeing" in and out of the -various 

'iuarters. Friend Richardson says 

he is going to irtn in spite of the 
"machine." Saying "machine" to 

Friend is like throwing dust in a 

Ball's face. They tell me that eren 

the Oaashty Senator is not feeling 

aar too' easy and is watching the 

political weather vane with a eriti 

cal eye. 

Tiitat no maar is hi* s logan, 

Wlten w« look with aerionsaeati 
«poa the qorlng pletare of racial 
events tBat hre over passing before 
Us, we are iaelined to stoy and con- 
sider, whether or no, we kre grasp- 
lag th« opporUalty of weldias the 
seatlaient. {a(toratil« 'Vtentiaent, 
treated in oar be|iaU. ' jBentiment 
mies the deatinies of pit^te, and 
propocaada is her hand maiden. It 
^ tha creatton of sentiment t&at 
caasea war or sakea 'to peace; 
^vaai BOii^reMM to tiWble. and 
tkroMt t^ cnukibte. .Ther*. is a 
beat p««iMttty ttet ir* bare al- 
lowed tvrHMs «^pttrt*><ti<» feix 
jireMlat «Milere« awttarat t* paai 
' "- BtttOMycko- 
n» w e lfa re 

o.-^atjai.. ot ^ 


OlSMiHEO VIStTOR BAHLING SIK 



HO>'; "OS<-.4Jt HIDSON 

;\ttorne}^ , Chrcar Hudson of San 
Francisco ope of the leading barris- 
ters of N'orthenn California was a 
..'isitbr in the eitr this weei^ He was 
herein a *poii/lc'al mission support- 
ing "TKio mas' I^ee W.>o!wih)- for gov- 
ernor. ' 

Mr. Hudson -is a' live v.ire and 
has made real progress in ,the /pra.- - 
fire of his profession. H'e takf.~ a 
keen iytexest in the political wel- 
fare of the, race and i.-. alway- to jthe 
forefront in all matters wliicli .iiean 
'eal advancement. 

The Woolwine force.- have in Mr 
Hudson a re^l worker and no doubt 
his effbrt in hel»tt of the W.iolwine 
-ause willmean much for those who 
.-.ro for the daug'hty District' -Attor- 
ney. ■ ' 

Mr- Hudaqn. is well and favorably 
known thnisghowt the state and :s 
esteemed as one of the strong froces 
of the race for re.al progress 

His work is: a demonstration of 
his w6rth, hest^rut-in the forefront' 
as a member ot ibe bar and 
tains * suite.of -oaicts on .Montgom-j 
ery str^t in San-.ijrancisco which are i 
said to b'e one -of the finest suites | 
extarft. maintained by an.v cne at- ■ 
torney. He has ever been a staunich I 
-upporter of the .VegrO Press abd ^ 
without journalistic ambitions has | 
I never tailed fo; contribate his bit for, 
! Ihe success of the Negro Pref.<. ■ 


tin isual 
in ^j^'a.l St:-e-; 

pi't we .ire e;i- 

{!*-r for the details' 
of the phenomenon 
ifceanse they repre- J 
sent a wide: inter-' 
than the (t-v; bankers tnv.ilved or 
the appreh'-n jed anarc'nistic sc.-p-cts. 
So r.ii.re -omething bi:i Ifas turned 
up in 'L..:'Xi!n; we are f_los<|l;. 
ipg th*l attendant reactionJ^ 

Battling Siki. bia'k Freticiiman 
;rcm .\fri.-.a. v'aipped Gorges Car- 
pentier. idol -of the B .ule^ards. into 
unconsi-.i.iusnes- in six rotunds ••>{ a 
hr-du!ed twenty ".:ir-d b^ut Fil't;- 
t'ltou-.and ptcp'.e saw tt}|is fight in 
I'aris on Sept. H S'jki is n^w 
r.eavyweig!.: cha.iipion (it- iC-^T"]^ 
iiul light heavy vv ght chlampiin of 
the W.irld. H.- :.- the :i|.i,h of th- 

This e-, i.unt r is :'raL.2'.t ' with 
.iignifiran.-.- i>r-i us (li n Consider i'. 
en the other side' of ta.- .Aliantir. 

Pre!=s" ae.ounts stat^" that jCarpen- 
ti^r. upon tn"ering th.- ring, fairly 


I turned into a mjvie actor t>-: 
' hattery of ringside lamejras. 


winteo the outside world, Bo see i.-.at 


ho at no time considered 
ii^nt even worthy of 
seriously. With him 
[.ink l^a affait. ■ Poor S;'i^ 


0.1 :.g 

It wjas 


p. or any 


Ai 


th 


spec- 
< and 


was 
and 


TUBERT.iUIEIIICII'SBREilT 
ESTSINeERiNRECISm 


Miss Florence Cole came to 
.Angeles at the age of I') years, 
joined the Tabernacle Baptist 
Church at the earl'y age of eleven 
aud was a faithful attendant at 
(burch and Sabbath School. She ( 
was the .first colored child to play | 
the piano for the public schools. | 
having been chosen pianist of the 
MciClnley* Ave. Sfhool. When she! 
graduated from, that .school she I 
wrote the class song . Entering ' 
High School at 14 years, she also i 
filled the 'Office of organist for the j 
Presbyterian Mission, j'and at the J 
same time as student of voice anid 
organ she applied herself diligently. 


boast, 'out dete.mined to dji his best 

.\'. the end of the third T-iuni' 
'Gior-^fous Gecrg-s' lOresdv. las :::i- 
p-ndiug doom. H- irrew desper;:te. 
ain-j "'' openly tried to f.ul, tr 
thting to save himsel: — an.] 
tutors 'hissed Siki took 
kept p.>'-.n«iin.g away. - i 

In tite sixtii r:^und Gt*<(rge 
ktiocki'd out. helpless — biij no. 
,h. th wrists broken and- 1 one ev,- 
closed He was clearly a wv^U i>eat..:: 
man. ' | ^ 

But when Georges feli.i one foot 
■n-fnt up' between Siki's I le^v;. His 
manager. D-'schamps. in a laaci eff.irt 
to save his .protogee. vellei ' Fau 
:■ iid the referee' sustained 
This disqualified Siki and' 
victory to the hcVpltjss^Cgo 

The I'JO.OOt) '"fans v.oiild^ 

i tor this opfen cheat. How 

j man win -who was clearly krioo'ked 

L,ji^ I out? And if this was tc» count a- 

Shel"-^'"^" ^'''' ''^ ^ foul, then Georges 

.-hculd have been out long before 

Siki rtedareci thewinner. 'Tlie mul 


1 • The Cii:e>i;..n , f the location of a- 
'iOiher >•:.;• --ads factory at 26th 
A: Wester:. ..^ve ^v£s the Cause which 

• i...-ougl:t n.cfe thin -•'<) residents of 

• I le Sl'es, ssie t . the Chamber of the 
; City Count u oi: ye-sirrday 
i ' A petition had been fil«d la.A week 
. io. more :han 3"" property holders 1 

•-!) member- of the W>-st 'Si.ie Ini- 
, irtvnn«:.' .Assoctatign r>-'iuesting 
•.he city lounc'il to rrfcind it-- action . 
1-1. ich .Tiaae all the West S.d f resi- „ ^, ' 
<'- :;ce oi^trlct a Industrial done. the'. 
' t'-tioiiei- were toid 'o t>e at th** 
, I cunjil ( hamber .i riday morning at ,j 
t 1" o'clock a. ti; for a hearing, whi^ii.. ' 
'.hey ariired the president of i-he As- . ' 
^ociation •as'' tola by ite minate ,..'' 
ntrk Mr. Carroll Th^t ther« would'-H», 
he no hearing" and further that the 
petition whi<h had 'oeen filed had al-.f^,.,:,: 
->. been voted dow.n a week ago tj)f ^1' ^- 
'iie City planning Cotcmission. or to '-.it^;. 
I I.I more fcxact'on ttie very day that^ ' 
ir vsi,- fifed The City clerk claimed 
that he did not have ilie petition nor- i' .: 
;ouifl he find it. after a 'search fa eTV.:'- 
-r> kiepartmenl of the city HatfTtHc' '\ ' 
f"tit!ou was found pigeon holed In , 
■h- roofns of fhe city Plaiiniiig Oxin- ■ ' -_. 
I :. sion. the clerk refused IQ turn i*.' 
-. er. until ordered to do so by conii-^^ - 
, I'inan R S Sparks who got the p^ ^: 
i t.tion acii p-rsonaily presented it to< '' 
the (ounci? \ti soon as he U?d pre: ' 
-■ I.I, d the petuiotx. Councilman R.'', 
-Alien (the Vardanian of the CouncUt 
raoved that 'he wliole matter be 
j ;hr> •*:! out. Coun^iln-an Sparks vi^- 
•)i oasiy oppoiied this antl suggested ■ 
that tl:e pennju jtiven the Blue Bind 
' i.iundry v.ai tUega!- where-npon the . 
. (.ouncil refetTed the whole matter 
' o. th.- i ity attorney for his report a# , 
; to the legality o't the permit. Thu i 
I t l.y -Attorney called up the Blue Bird 
(laundry requesting them to -cease-. | 
his oppo-' cartlier- buildipg operations pending 
1 t'"a- outcome of his findings.' They 
! i.'iUSe.li afcsolut-ly to heed his.j-equeat . 
t'> -uspend buildtng Councilman i 

, .Allen I Vardaman , .f the cuuucill 
-xated that be was bricking them.. 
This self ranie R.-bert Airen who hMm. 
tTok spe.'Tai intere.-t in ail matters 
I X. hich w' uld hamper and k- ep doim 
i :>al pr-.^ress for a certain group Of 
ur cit:z-ns. he is sir tig in Iws stand 
• and ex ittdly .state,; that the Bine 
J it^rd l;-t-uiidry was i-o.ng through if 
1 i- take.-' the whole .-.llicial sifen,gth 
if the lity to do jo and that 'he.oifly 
lief wouJ.l be -h ..V rt-arning of the 
t uhole iOnUig law. He told tfie pres- 
. l-ut of ihe .Asso. 'ation . att..ir3ty H. 
K .Macb th that ii he was so fortuna'*' / 
1 i- to succ'ed :n doing this that be 
' --. '-u'd be M^rry that he did it 
the view, i V^'-- ""•••''"' prcgram is to fari^ the 
aafe the ' '■^'♦•ntiful residence diisirict on the 
■i^r^. I \vT)(t Side into a Industrial district. 


•*m 


ilj 


:h 
He 


oppo- 

taken 

only a 
did not 


^^ 


pes? , I 

ftof stand 1 

could ~a 1 


But there was no central directing 
\point for the issuing; of favorable 
i^ropoganda: the wMding of the 
sentiment created. If t-he N. .A. .A. 
C.'^P.. the Equal Rlghti League, 
Afriiuin Brotherhood, Sons ot Free- 
dom ,^And what not ^ould lay aside 
their * Pig headedness," get togeyier 
and coiner, then act on some feas- 
ible plaff', to crrate and wefd favor- 
able sentiment, the entire South, 
with the Administration thrown In, 
coald not avail against its passage, j Geoi-ges 
The women uader the le'nden-hip 6't taction. 



Mrs. Talbert, Hallie Brown. Mrs. 
James Curtis atid Pearl Lowry Wiii- 
ters, liave' started to raise one mO- 
lioh dollars to crekte favorable sefi- 
timent. . And ther\ will succeed. 
They know ttow. Let Jts hope that a 
sentiment will be eiewd, will groiw 
ap and be nnrtored (cto matate 
strength and -rtgrnr; oufVacial statts 
secvre a^i^ the wlle^of preju- 
dice; o'nr tnltteBce^ Ibr natWar liro- 
greas be encoara|;ed, and Appreci- 
ated; aad thei race be perpetnkted as 
a prond example of manhood and 
womanbood, «ntltled: to. and gVren, 
the respect iof mankind. . Th^»e 
things caj»at be iuHora^isb^ witV 
Dttt ceiitraBsatibii. Wfe^ mast eliof 
tnata t&e yers^aal ««it^|lion for the 
uotamAa good. Tt i^esulias wiy>. jb 
vh«tk<ir we wtf> to jtttaia >a*»l 
st^aiiM ite tin mriiNi' Iqr unitr of 
.a;«MK'ror« or J <tj>0 | M- i*|ia«tgnHlca<tt 

ar 'wSr'ta^S !«^ *•* '«*^ 

Amr'lMkitaL'-^- '^ '''•"'' 


titude hissV^d and abuSed th^judgei^i 
for a-n hi>ur until tjiey reversed the 
■decision and declared Siki the vic-i 
tor. . ' [ 

This is what. iTe call sjportsman- 
ship. France still. .lias: an idol. al-| 
though he be black. ., .l 

On this side of 'f^e ■Atla.Jnti.c there 
is a different picture.- tJa'rry Wills., 
universally praised as a clean sports- i, 
tiian. has been'for <}ver,s year called' 
the "logical"- coiltendeia for thei 
crown now worn by ,Jack|Demp8ey.| 
Harry has whipped everybody up to 
Jack and still there is eya^ion. Jack 
has not met a single contender since 
hel defeated this selfsame Georges at 
Jersey City. N'. J., on July -■ 1921. 
He has fought less than |any other j 
world champion in' the history of 
boxing. He has gsined'the name of 
being the "Big Blnff^'-'j 

The spirit of gcttoiAe sportsman- 
shif) is far amiss i'n/'AinetiC*- And- we. 
dare say. had the ^ti\.-Carpentier 
bout been in the Uuiud fetates, the 
winner' would Save; j»«en«.^'Gorg«ous 
Th"t is :*J«»erl««"l»m- in 
In sportsmanship at least. 


destFoying the value of the belati-i 
lu! col.'red hotr.e^ and permitting the 
\.hite people of Wilshtre. Hoilywood 
and th- South West side to have t'heir 

lothes washed in the colored r^si- ' 
il. nee districts and save their own 
resideiwe districts from being marred" 
ity these" unsightly, unsanit.iry and 
dajigerous laundries. 

The West -Sidt Improvement .A»- 
.sociation will hold a big mass meet-^- 
m.ir of property hcIJetv on Monday 
right at which ti-me plans for futare 
fiction will l>e nia.Ie. and no doabt 
legal redress will be sought to meet 
the exigencies of the iM-ca?siun. 


1 
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! 

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i 


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Chucklse 


4v 


^ I-:.; 


we prefer "Prenehisni,' 

The New York Timesi'.imong other 
things, had this to s«y pa the fair- 
play spirit of France-: i 

"Battling Siki from Senegal has 
stopped Mr. Georges Carp^ntler, and 
French statesmein ought toipaaae and 
think it over. France,' in Africa, iias 
taiken ap the legacy of Rome: also 
sonre of Rome's colonial- policies. 
Because there are noteno^h white 
Frenchmen to hold the Rlhine fron- 
tier, '• Prance ttndeTtake^ to miske 


Will Muke You Chuckle at 
nulkarmonic Au t fit o riuam 
October 30. Boi^t St 
I Philip's Episcopal Buiidk^; ,: 
Fund. ' J' 

success'; though her material waa a 
good deal better than what France '' 
ha£ found south of the Sahara. Bat . 
the process of Romanization was too !: 
'stow; real Romans died off faster' 
than nelr Rpmans coold be made. 
Eventually the frontier savagt^ were, 
un to do most of the fighting; and 
they soon discovered that t|iere was ' 
more loot to be got by fighting a- 
gainst Rome than for Rome It: 
ought to be obvious, but is some- 
times forgotten, that the supremacy ^ 
of white civilixation dep^ds oa 
things like the machine gun,- the air- 
Iflane and the saperdreadnoaght. . 
U other races can learn how, to man- 
ipulate . these implements of superi- 
ority, they, can aVord to defer their 


^rencftmea out Of Sahara trfbesraea ' studies- in tbe politer phases jOf Ba 


and eqoatorlal nescoea. - tTbey m^ 
he able to dOiH^-isamwal thoiKBUia 

years: meaa\a4fl0al^Man ^ a gap 

which can't be briSliM by Itbe ribboi\ 

'vof the Legion of Robot. And there 

are. more black .fi^nchiiieii than 

■■^ite Ften^meo. .Som« day they 

develop a lirall^ Jtba^vill •<■«( 
' mor*: JamKntiaiiice than 

Orpeei" 

Mt 
fkir 



ropean enl|jBre.' 

We only iwiak to rcMark that «c 
beKere France ttadaMataUy rigkt 
in her coarse. 'We are not detnded 
with the idea that white paopto^wQI 
always mle this world anjrway. And 
whea their -end eaaaea. I^ranee will 
certainly jr 
than any other 
more than the Unf ie< |8lataa if « 
black lAmeriena'a iiai^ir eanr aay 



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REPORT ON TRIAL OF FAY AI'MA 
HltdTH, SliAYKR OF A^HUK 
BEUi — By Win HJCfmn* S^edal 
Ilie|M>H«r. 1 ...... 

Tbe case qf Fay ^Ima BwUb, 
cliarged- with the muriier of Artbur 
BeU in this cHy at 9846% CentraJ 
'Avenue during the night of Febru- 
ai7 14, 1922. by shooting him flve 
tiiires, came up regularly (or bear- 
ing on September 19, in Department 
19 o{ the Superior Court o{ thi 
County, before the Hon. Russ Avery. 
Judge. 'l'b&: prosecution was repri.-.. 
Beirted by Deputy District Attorneys 
J. J. Hill and J. P. Costello, while 
the defense attorneys were E. B. 
Ceruli and W. H. Willis. 

The ten days' trial was opened 
after the selection of the jury, by 
Mr. Hill who made his opening 
statemenl to the Jurji that he in- 
tended to prove that the deceased 
came to his death as a E^sult A Ave 
gunshot wounds inificted by the de- 
fendant, with malice — after a .day 
spent In tracing his movements aind 
those of Jimmie Seigler, a friend uf 
the deceased.. 

The first witness on the stad wa;^ 
Mrs. Janie WilUams, mother -of 
Arthur Bell;. who teatifled that jhe 
was .about 3 1 years old and that ;he 
came to his death, as a result of gun- 
shot wounds at the Receiving Hos- 
pital in the early morning of Feb- 
ruary 15, 1922, and that his body 
was later removed to Smith and 
Williams, Undertakers. 

Tbe next witness was : Jimmie 
Seigler, the alleged lover of Artbur 
Bell and the third angle of the tri- 
angle. She testified that on the 
night of the Icilling she had a vis- 
itor in the p^son of Charles Wagner 
who had be^sent to entice her out 
to a place behind a sign-board where 
Miss Smith wus watting.' That, Miss 
Smith had visited her on February 
/ 5 and threatened her and in re- 
^ponse to a question by tbe District 
Attorney, she testified as follows: 

"S'lje came into the room and she 
began to tails. : I asked her to have 
a seat and she sat (|own and began 
'to talk and sh;^ said Arthur seiit her 
out there to tell me not to be send-^ 
ing him any more messages. I 6ai<l, 
"I haven't sent any mesgagefe.'"' Siic 
said. "Well. I just want to let you 
know if you have you belter stop 
because .1 am Arthur's lawful mar- 
ried wife." And she said. "If I evpr 
catch you and Arthur together I am 
Ijgoing to kill both of you; 1 am going 
to put an end to you." And then 
she went on and told me about dif 
ferent gjrls she had beat tip about 
him." ' , • 

Mr. Ewart Phillips of 1502 fi, 9lb 
St.. testified that he .was hiFed by 
Mrs. Truitt, aunt of the delcndint 
to drive them about in the aunt's 
machine on the day of the killing 
and that he drove them to the Sahti 
Fe Station where Miss Smith seilt 
him in to (inquire what ] time the 
train left for Arizona and to the 
Southern Pacific depot where they 
learned that the next train would 
not be until the following day. That 
they then drove south on Central 
Avenue where they picked up Lil- 
lian Armstrong and then on to Pico 
and Central where they picked up 
Charles Wagper and then drove tu 
the corner of 17th and Hooper where 
Miss Smith aifd Wagner got out. 

'I'h6n C!ame Lillian Armstrong of 
S13 Linden. .St., the most damaigng 
witness for the prosecution, for she 
testified that she had seeg. a re- 
volver in the handbag of Miss Smith 
when she vta.8 over to Mrs. Truett'a 
house in th^ sfternpon of the killing 
— that they had picked her up in 
th«b machine that night and that Miss 
Smith had sent her .-up to Arthur'% 
room to see If he was in — that she 
accompanied them . to 17th and 
Hooper — where she Was led; to be- 
Ueve that there was a gun iu thV car 
by the words of Mrs. Truett, the de- 
fendant's aunt. The attorneys for 
tbe defense attempted to confuse 
the witness* by exhibiting a lady's 
vanity case to this witness but she 
stated that the article to which she 
referred was a shoppisg bag. 

Dr. Wasner, autopsy surgeon, was 
next called and de8CTib«d the course 
of the five bullet wounds in the body 
of the deceased which he described 
as one entering the front- Of the neck 
and emerging in front near the 
righti shoulder; one directly through 
the chest and emerging through the- 
back; one through the hip and e-^ 
merglitK through thb butfock; one 
through tbe left side which ranged 
upward at an angle of 45 degrees 
and was found -in the right breast 
and. one in the abdonien which 
ranged downward at aii tingle of 45 
degrees. He stated thafHlie first 
three here mentioned tiere not fatal 
but that either of the last .two were 
prtfbably fatal and J»>uld he .the 
cause ot deatll. ' ' 

Oreat gtreas was laid upon the 
maimer of antra'ace, the directions 
proaecutlon, cpntendlng that -the de- 
fendant flred upon the deceased 
while, h^ waB either falHng or had 
fallaii toi the Qoor, u$e^ the blpod^^ 
■taiiiad cuikieat* to Mboyt tbe cDi|,rfe 
of iba hidldta. : ^ 

Chadte WSKoer. 1721 Tfewton St 

M^vt tisoiro t^opflifiFt the trial 

•S*nt"fww?i|ttf« »S4 he teatifle4 

lllft lis J^ t^ tkf P>Kr>llBe at PIoo 
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Itid s-^nfB'. 
.^,_ • tpl HMtTBcte* to te%: 


testlfled at fi^ preliminary exabiX 
Ination and by attpiilatlbn, his teetl> 
mony was read into the record. 
SKates Wstffled that he had known 
Miss Stalth for a little over a year 
and t}i»t on; thla particular night be 
was in.' his room reading and when 
he passed by the f ooln occupied by 
Bell and Miss Smith thVt he hea?d 
"Her asking him if he was golni; out 
at that time of the ntght and he said" 
yes,; Bo I Just kept on walking back 
to my room arid sat down and read, 
the paper." 

Detective Sergeanjt. McDuft was 
next icalled to the stand and he ex- 
plalntsd the dtagratn of the, room and 
its contenta that he had drawn on a 
blaiC^ttQiTi and also a diagram of the 
building, showing room 2 In which 
the tragedy occured. Then aii#ar- 
gument was bad over the int,roduc- 
tlon of the map on tjhe ground that 
it did not represent the :condition of 
things in the room at the time of the 
shooting, : but at tbe time that officer 
McDutt visited the room the follow- 
ing day. This objection was over- 
rule when it was connected np by 
the testimony oj Ofllcei- Davis from 
the ''Plylnif Squadron" who made 
the arrest. It was in his ^stimony 
that the prosecution scored ia telling 
point' when the District Uttprney 
asked this question, "Did i you,, see 
any articles overturned or any chairs 
or tables overturned," and | the wit- 
ness answered, "The room was in a 
a very orderly condition". The at- 
torney for the defense was on his 
feet Immediately with "That is not 
quite an answer to your question. 
The answer is hardly responsive to 
that question," whereupon the wit- 
ness ■ later said, "They were not 
overturned." 'This witness also 
identified tbe gUn used and the 
bullets that were found iu his, cloth- 
ing. 

Officer Gruey. partner of Officer 
Davis, and nur^e R. D. Brown -then 
took the stand, in order, and cw- 
roborated the testimony already 
given. '■ ■ " 

Elmer Blackstone, a strong wit| 
ness for the defense, then took th 
stand and testified as tn the japse oi 
time between the thTrd and the tvfo 
succeeding shots and his conversa- 
tion with the defendant. He said, 
"I vtantfil to talk? to fter to get the 
gun. She says, "JNo" she says, "he 

is dressing to go ti> see that b 

Let Jiim^ go now." He was followed 
on the stand by I^oy Tompkins,' 
BrowH and Wilson Handy, all of 
whom testified that they heard the 
shots and explainfed the lapses' ot 
time. • 

At this pbint 'itip prosecution 
closed its case and Attorney Cerutl 
made his opening statemnt .of de- 
fense in which he stated t^at he ex- 
pected to show tl)a^^e debased and 
defendaiit had been .living t'ogether' 
for about six years, in spite ot their 
diflerences; that she left Rim In the 
fall of 1921. and returned at the 
solicitation of tbe deceased and his 
frieiids; that he had'heat her since 
her return; that onvthe day of the 
shooting shie did not 'have a liag but 
a small vanity case; that everything 
was orderly until the., deceased 
started dressing to go- t>at'0n the 
lilght of the killing 'and: t&at she 
fired in self defense as tbe ^ceased 
was about to strike her with ^ .chair. 

Mrs. Mamte Truitt, of 819;Llnden 
St., aunt of the denfeBOant ^as the 
first witness called by the defense. 
She, testified that she^ad knfjwn the 
intOTested parties for a long time 
and that Mrs. Liliaii Armstrong wa^; 
not there on .the aftemoon'ia ques- 
tion as she had stated; thiU: Fay 
Smith only ^ad a vanity c^e and 
not a shopping bag in whi^ there 
was ^revolver. She testified about 
the trips to the statidns ajid later to 
iVth and Hooper. 

The defense Jih.tn used Charles 
Wagner as a witness for< the defense 
to prove thbt there was no gun in 
the car; and did .tl)e same with 
Ewart Phillips. ^ 

Theii the deferidatift,. FAY AL'AIA 
SMITH, tooik'tbe atlJMi'to testify in 
her own behalf. .>- Sl^ testified that 
she was 27 years .at age, born in 
Arizona, . had been ' married and di- 
vorced; had been with Arthur Bell 
for nearly six years, ^living with him 
in the Imperial Vall'ify, Sacnttnento, 
QSriard and Los Angeles.jTShe then 
prodnced two letters wri'^en' to her 
while In Imperial VaUey duripg the 
time last Fall when they wfije sep- 
arated. One . was f roni' jQeQWi Nliri- 
ley, asking her to return. jSls let- 
ter was couched i In the "^hest" 
Kngllsb. at one itla^ statlni^— ~"so 
1 am kindly and sincerely asking you 
to please' for my .rsake, ■ yoai^ saks. 


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I said, "Where on earth :couId you 
be going this time of night?" And 

he said it- was none of my d d 

business, I was getting too d— n fly 
anyway, and thriew a! battle from the 
dresser and hit me, nri'd I fell oiit of 
bed and threw my hand up and 
screamed." then later,^ continuing, 
she testified, "Then-ovhen I sciteained, 
why, he came over"~ and choked ma 
and hit me on thp jaw and told me 
to Shut up my screahilngi He told 
me to shut Up my screaming, arid 
then I iwas trying to aVoid t^e blows 
the bast I could on tlie bed from 
him. arid during the tjm^ I was try- 
ing to avoid the bHwstn some way 
I got away from hlm-and jumped 
over the bed! over Ore foot of the 
bed, and when 1 jumped over the bed 
he then reached for a chair to strike 
me, and I was frightened, because be 
had beaten me before with chairs" 
Here the prosecution objected and 
trie last part was stricken out and the 


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Arthur's, sake and tor th^ general 
sake of humanity and nuanlclnd come 
at once and take charge of tjhe es- 
aential and binding jnanageriient of 
myself and Arthur's] house," while 
his opening sentence read, "No 
donht you will be amaxed at the 
strange incldedt receiving 'thi^ 'mis- 
sive, ' but however, self preservation 
is the first la,w of nature and 'neces- 
sity is the father, mother and: cause 
of all effort; consequently in' advis- 
ing you of tnyBelt. ypur loving hus- 
band tnd >I1 inter«6tlBg mends 
febod liealtti and' welt bein.g Sum-. 
n«rjir I wJU prq.ceed ilong said fines 
Iks I dee^ idyisable beeomtng and 
net^^mbrjr," She then testified to 
^a'aUei^ ooctirraii(# . 'vbeii* Bell 
(tntclt lift irlten sbe interce|t«d a 
jiotf. SaiiresSed to him; ebodt her 
—'-- fq {be )reat^^(^ of >.'J|miaie 

ft ■■■mwmimi ha*' * ««■ 

* iwiWsWif ttitfes; and went- 
fOt dowtt t6 tM dste 0f the 
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witness -continued: "I jumped over 
the foot of th ; bed and he reached 
for a chair to strike me'. ' Ft was 
then that I tMougljt of the, gun and 
started shootiBf^-^ just picked it 
out and started- shOotiir^, I was so 
^'ill J excited 1 didnl kjnow what 1 was- 
doing. 1 didn'l knoy,- it I hit hiin, 
or what. I just kept on shooting. 
The witness was then turned oyer to 
the prosecution for crass examiria-^ 
tiou whlchfsir. H-ill opened up by" 
asking About "marriage;.* "You^ never 
had a ^jcense, a niarriaeg license, 
issued, aid you. .Y'i^u -never went 
before any Justicfe, police jndge. 
superior cou'rt jiidg*, or any other 
maRistrate ernp^ftiercttitd perform 
marriage cer4nJoni«i, , did , you— 
Never went before" any minister of 
the gospel or priest of any Senom- 
inoation empowered to perform a 
marriage cereffl^iBy?" To all of 
which the defendant answered in the 
negative. He tbfen jisked questions 
to show that the .defendant was 
fully cognizarii' 4* the- nature of 
business conducted By B^ll and par- 
ticipated in his btisiaess arid profits. 
His questions Vere' interrupted by 
objections of the defense attorneys. 
He then dwelt on the trip to the 
house of Jimmie Seigler and scene of 
the mUrder. At this time he intro- 
duced a statement taken down by 
Officer McDuff in shorthand in the 
matrpn's quarters of the 'city jail the 
day after the shooting in which the 
defendant had gone over - t-h o scene 
and acts just prior and during the 
fchootine in wh^cH she had not stated , 
anything abonf*beinig struck w^ifh' a! 
chaii!, or bottle.. He read l,ro.ni his- 
state'm.dnt ri wIU ask 'you if.Qffifer' 
McDuff didn't aslt, yon this ques.tiop, 
and if you didn't make the "fotioW; 
ing answer, 'JB that same, conversa- 
tion, pi,ge. 9i. qUestfon- "Th&n -he 
-c^ally -only struck "you once, did he 
uot„ last night? Ai— That' w^s the 
only chance he got -to hit ine.; ^ie;' 
hit at me once and l dodged th^ 
blow, and then grabbed the gun ottt 
of the dresser. Wasn't that question 
asked yon. and didn't yon answer a^ 
I have read?'" The defendant fenced j 
her reply,- "I don't r^eiriber," 

Other wftnesses in the persons of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, Mrs. Aimel 
Thompson, Mrs. Rita CopeUnd, Mr. I 
HIU Trnitt, Mr. -J. W. Ro'dpers and 
patrolman A. A. A'Va'tspn were intro- 
duced to show the belirgererit nature 
of 'the deceased-, '■ . " 

Then came the surprise .of the 
trlal;for the defense! when Detective 
Sergeant,McDutt walfe reca;i]ed to the 
stand in rebuttal ahf . produced f 
piece of flooring talcen ^]^nf the 
murder room and le^en,. b^jiet 
fAund beneath. Tbls^^jEpe pf floior- 
ihg showed that u*e buUet tjtet; RBn- 
etrated It could not I>^vet)een' fired 
from where the defenda,nt had'^1- 
fled that" she. was s.t^ndlng, tjgS-jWlt;, 
near the l^resser- . ly this m^^uniief' |:'he' 
prosecution, was ablb'to iccoupt Xbr 
f6ur,.oit the bullets. This reporter 
le«^ri]{ed thatoneitt'tlii. bullets, the 
missing one, war ifie j^nje' that, w^s 
found T)y .a l§dy in .tfife flassa^eway 
the . morBirig follfiwltBg' the shooting, 
but this information came too ta^e 
te be of use in the trial. At the 
Qlqse Of the day's sisssion tbe fat- 
toirneys for. the defense asked tbne 
to make an aamlnatium of the jfrti- 
mlsda and left ior the scene. 'niiUe 
tb^ wan toing Up the statrsc up 
eame Detaetlva Serogaat Xli&briotMcb 
always on the ]ob. ; The lolloidnii 
dw ib» asaooist*. attorney^ |lEi< 
wHila took: Uie staad bat attwida 
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12001— Daddy Blues and 
Don't Pan Me, sung by 
Alberta Hunter. 

12002— If You've Never been 
Vamped by a P^Dwn 9kin 
and Bandana Days, by Sis- 
si* and Blake 

I200S— Gonna Have You, 
Ain't Gonna lj»ave You 
Alona and Down Hearted 

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mini^M ^tii ,:t»turned a »eraict of 
MURDERI ilN THE! SBCiOND t«:- 
OR8B. ' \ i - 'x' "■ '■ - 

On Oct^ier is, 1932. «*e came ip 
for sentehce^ at .wUofa time b•^ at-, 
torney arited jfor « eoaiteaaace '»! 
one week in Order ts^Htke appli- 
«atioa tor a iSsw: U*al. ,« ■tatutory^ 

On Oct#b^|l«, the 
for flaalj diate^ft 

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dtrnbt^ns ta tto }«ry relating to 
dox "hots flred after danger to the 
iliefeftdantr .bad eaasad-Hlw testis 
ny of Officer MeOof reUtlTe te 
ramlbatiou of records. ' 

: Tjhe Jadge then <comiB«nced the 
pHtaanclation of Judsaent: "Mottaa 
f»r WW trial is dealid. nSlaad np 
Miss Jmitb." It is the Judgment ot 

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1014 CENTRAL AVE. 


LOS ANGELES, CAL. 



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TRY OUR 35c DINNERS' XND-^J£Er FOR YOURSELF 

Service With X^Smil^— i— 

SILVER THISTLE CAFE 

ll 1310 East $tk StTMt 


Mr. T. F. Precnii^ Ot PearlATe., 
kad hia foot erosltad. white -frorkins 
at the Sanu Fe shoib ti^at mek. 

Mr. R, A. Wmnger of Alt» St., is 
home agsia trom the aotataias. 

Mrs. Jmme» ■ JefTersoA ssd' y«fMc 
■on, James Jr.. spent Sttadajr in l^os 
Anseles viaitiBs relatireli -.'mai 
triesds..' . \ I ■■ ■ ' 

Willie sttendlBK Lodse mfleitos 
Tuesday eTenlng'Mrs. Qeorsis Cdop- 
er> home on High arenne was {en- 
tered and ei>mpletely ransiteked. 
Mrs. Cooper was surprised when she 
returned to find eTerrthing apset; 
She soon foand that some one had 
been in the hoose. Whoever the in- 
truder was eridentljt was lookinK 
tor money. Nothing was taken. 

Rer. S. E. Edwards is the new pas- 
tor at the A. M. E. Church, and with 
his Itroad smile and fatherly' man- 
ner, things are moving along nicely. 
Mrs. T. P. Freeman is somewhat in- 
disposed at this writing. ^j ; 

Quite a few motored to Rlrerside 
Snnday afternoota to attend Ithe 
memorial senrices held at Second 
Baptist Church in honor jof I>rs. 
Boyd and Morris, the two former 
presidents of the two' factions: of 
The N'ationl Baptist ,. PubUshiitg 
Board. 

Services at the Second Baptist 
Church were up to the His.ual stand- 
ard. The pastor preached a most 
wonderful sermoii Sunday morning 
^rom the subject "The Foundation 
The B. Y. P. U. was wide awake in a 
good program by the ladies and are 
planning a Joint program on next 
Sunday evening which promises to 
be great, lii the »»vening the Pastor 
preached from the subject "The 
l-att Roil Call. • 


a kltehea BhowM' at the personage. 

■ Mr. aad Mn. Farrow entertained 

with a reception in honor of tkeir 

sister. Ifn. Brriactoa ot New Tork. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred SehaSer are 
the prond parenU of a baby gtri. 

Rer. Jerdaa is attending the M. 
E. Conference eouTening tn San 
FraneiSeo. 

Mrs. Elvira Bell of OaiUand. Cal- 

^ Itdmla and Mr. Charles Alfted For- 

tinee were married at the ione of 

Mrs. J. C. Froctor.« 81" Cypress ave., 

in the presence of about a dosen 

friends. 

The Missionary Society met 
Thunday at the church. Mrs. O. 
E. Taylor president was nnanimons- 
ly re-elected_ for the ensuing year^ 
She also made a splendid report Of 
the Conference which met, in San 
i-''ranci8co, to which she was chosen 
delegate.' 


IMPORTAMT NOTICE 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE ATTENDING 

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Joint Pupils' Recital 

John A. Gray and Sinclair White Mordod 


TUESDAY EVE.J OCT. 24, 1922 
INDEPENDENT CHURCH^— IStii and Paloma 


Sts. 


The music classes of both Mi*. Gray and Mrs. Murdock 
are now full and this recital is NOT for the purpose of 
soliciting new pupils but fof^the benefit of student, par- 
ent and public and for the general advancement of music 
in the community. TicdteU of admissioii are FREE. No 
collection will be taken. 

It will be necessary that you ire seated promptly at 8:14 
p. m. in order to hear the grand opening ensemble. Xo 
one will be seated during the performance of a number. 


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Employment Asiency 

If yon are looking (or work and mean 
business yon will save time and wor- 
ry by calling at my office at once. My 
strict bnainess dealing and earefnt 
selection kave won for me the confi- 
dence ot those who want Colored 
help. 

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Camo School for 
Hair Growing 

CAMO HAS ESTABUSH. 
ED rrs REPUTAtlON 

as the moat aocceaBful 
HAIR GROWES on this 
PLANET. 

MiM Adah Bofli, the dit- 
eofvc^ Pf CAHq at 8«» 
ll a riuik St. is hoosed 'fo^ 
bnsiBeas. 

Miss Boas first grew her 
otni hair. Wmia the 
past few 7«sn Hit opona* 
tioii in Los Anfdas^ die 
hs« grown nuuty hnidred 
beeutifiil growths for wd> 
men hy Ciubd who werer 
Toid of beeoty prior to iti' 
mtrodaetion. 


RrVERSIDE SNAP SHOTS 

By Jay Hawker. 

Yosng gentlemen or young ladies 
or any ous else (or that matter, need 
not now go down town for a shoe 
shine. Just call at the San I'^lower 
Barber Shop a^ Mr. Dawson Uordau 
will attend to your wan3. 

Little Phil Alguin sure is getting 
plenty of cheap advertising and that 
by two great nations. 

Rev. T. W. Collins was in the city 
last week packing up to move to 
Bakersfleid. his new charge. He left 
Friday. Rev. Collins express^ him- 
self as being very favorably im- 
pressed with his new field o( labor. 

T>e Southern California : Fair 
opened in Riverside Tuesday Oct. 
10th. and' will continue 5 dajrs. 

H. B. Gordon was slightly on the 
sick list last_.week. 

Mrs. J. it^ea was a Los .^.ngele* 
visitor last w%ek. 

Rev. Ed. J. McCorkle, new pastor, 
of the A. M; E. Church, moved in 
last week. 'I 

The ladies of the Second Baptists 
Church gave a delightfol social at| 
Mercantile Hall last week. \ 

Mr. and - Mrs. H. F. McCarroll 
wer« vl.siting in the city last week 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mabra, Mrs. 
Thomas Anderson, W. H. Harrison 
Mr*. O. A. HarHson. Rev. and Mrs 
W. H. Dixon, all of San Bernardino, 
and Mrs. W. H, Summers of Baker- 
field were SijUBdBjr visitors. T*ey 
came over tb-' attend the memorial 
serviced held, in ^memory ot the late 
Drs. E. C. M*rrls and R. W. Boyd. 

Mr. and ICrc. Robin Goosoby and 
Miss Diana SledcaU were Los Angeles 
visitors Sunday;' 

A joint musical' service by Second 
Baptist and, Parit avenue Baptist 
Churches were held^ last Sunday at 
the former church Jn memory of the 
late Rev. C. E. Morris, D. D., Presi- 
dent of the National Baptist Con- 
I ventlon and the late Rev. R. H. Boyd 
manager of the National PnbUca- 
tiott Department, each of whom 
passed away recently. , The following 
program was carried out. 

Rev.S. H. Ckiodwln. Committee 
Chairman, introduced ., Rev. H. fl. 
Williamson, Master of Ceremonies. 
Program: 

1. Opening song* Choir. ^ Prayer 
Rev. W. M. Goodwin. 

2. Scripture. Rev. W. M. Dixtili, San 
Bernardino. 

3. Song. Choir. 

4. Paper, Mrs. A. Streeter. 

5. Reniarks, Rev. W. H. Rozier and 
Rev. F. W. Cooper. 

S. Resolutions adopted asking that 

the Western Bapttot Assoeiatien 

thion^ the Executire ^ Biwed to 

8el<aside a day in the nextmnnal 

session in memoriam for - these 

two great men of the charch and 

'- the race. The aerrices here were 

largely attended there being qnita 

a number of out of town people. 

Mr. Amey Baker and Miss Mary 

Lee Gordon were united iai holy 

wedlpclc Thnnday Oct. ISth. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Beat. Mrs. 
PhU Hard, Mlas B. Miller and Mr. 
H. C. Dohaon visited In Loa Anfeles 
last Snnday. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Seaton were 
Loa sngeles visitor Snnday. 

Kev. Rosier extended an invita- 
tion to tke R i Tera t der a geoernlly to 
attend tke CMverstone layiitc of 
new Pleasant AOl - B«ptist Chnrch 
Cbnrck next Snnday,! Oct; IStk at 
3 p. a. 

Measn.' D. Stokes and Rev. C. J. 
Loddurt are tryinc to i uanrwn t tke 
V. M. I. A., ney have IBnsed a 
new organisation with Rer. Lock- 
bart an pieaident. 


Stewardesses at her home last 
Thursday evening. 

The Kentucky Oyster Snpper 
served t(y Mrs. PnSia was a pleas- 
ant success, s 

Mr. and Mrs. Fanning of Port- 
land. Oregon and little daaghter, 
Hattie, were pleasant visitors with 
Mrs. Hudson, during the w^k. 

Mrs.. W!. M. Crooms of Houston^; 
Texas wsi the house gtrest of Mrs. 
Wills over the week end. ; Oir^ri- 
day they had a delightlal triXto Mt. 
L,awe. 

Misses Donarva Harts an4 Lu 
cille Pointer gave a delightfnl mis- 
cellaneous shower complim€nta,ry to 
Miss Rnby Prince. j 

The young men and boys of the A. 
.M. E. Christian Endeavor enter- 
tained the girls and young women at 
the usual hour Sunday evening with 
■ an interesting program and refresh- 
ments. Miss lyese Madison gave 
interesting echos Of the Conference, 
to which she was delegate. Mrs. 
Phelps gave an interestiOK talk re- 
lating to the conference and also 
MIhs Mary Perry. 

Bishop Founuine preached Sun- 
day evening to an overflow congre- 
gation. Visiting ministers were 
Kevs., Gnatt of the A. .M. E. Zion 
church. Major Prioleau of the West- 
Siue A. M. E. Mission. Rev. Johnson 
of L>os Angeles. Rev. Wm Prince of 
Daarte end Rev. Burton of Pomona. 
Special music was rend^ed by the 
choir. j 

Miss Sbamette Eayce entertained 
a few friends Snnday evening. 
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. 
Nelson, Mr.- and Mrs. Reynolds, 
Mrs. Venable. Mr. Sheridan. Mr. 
Kloyd of Los Angeles, Mrs. White 
and Mr. Viser. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jtdinson. 
pt-ominent residents of Sacramento, 
are visitor^ in the city. Since last 
Friday they are domiciled at the 
house of Mrs. G. Oriscoll 1S38 W. 
SatU Plac^. • Mrs. Oriscoll is the 
aunt ot Mrs. Johnson. 


tnmed to tke liMtanr ^rge 
Sacramei^ tor Ua iftii T^ir as pe«- 
tor of Sprle, tenipie A-M. E. Zion 
Cluireh. /.^ ' -,." ' '/■ _ :/ r 

CharlerMMrell-dled oin Sept. SS 
and i|SB MmrtkA Crom tte Gormleir 
t'ndeytalifigi paiibf 1* t^ City Ceu 
etery. Ret. Jofin T. AI^ (^liciatin, 
Mr. Monea %a» (h^ kpvtter-ln-U 
of P. W. BeiiWs. ^'■'•'t' ' A* 

B. W. JgDtoictB aieatb/Qke ■„.... 
end in &a rtmndKanMf: returned 
with his 1^9 wtio knd~.heen in atr 
tendance at tlie CaiilCAntt Conte«x 
ence of the A- M^ R.vC*M"*'>- ^ri 
Robtiatnt Is tkej^ta'te S^i^tary <^f 
the i Alien Chf^h,^ s > Endeavoir 

Albe^ Logan teft Monday to enr 
ter the Sonthern Paei'fic iHospitai at 
San FiranelHC^; .whejre,' he ,w: H hare 
an operation for adenoids. 

Mrs. E:'J./h1c4s. fo^erly of this 


Mrs. M. Fonche entertained the city, hot nOw or'ttosyAnBeles, spent 

j~._~, .. >.<x- !.»; — ,-..^ severaf i»ss here, looking aftejl- 

property / interest* and visiting heir 
brothVi/J- W; 'Covington. "" ; 

Little Loffe> i^gites Is' iir this weefc 
with a cold and. tonj8iU«s which will 
probably* iieceaajta.te i^ operation fr^ 
the removal pf her toiisils. 

' Haifry Slanghtjer was host to 
/crowd 'Of his little"'' boy and girl 
friend on .last Saturday evening, 
the aftniretsary of.hisaJth birthday. 
Several ^nUsrNi^e^e present, to as^ 
sist in the. yoii-agste<s^ pleasure and 
a great tline .wa/ haH. Harry re- 
ceived sfli inany precepts that te 
feeU he wonid Mke a birthday semi- 
annually instead of annnally. 

Mrs. J^H. Walker, our own sweet 
singer entertained the Pacific North- 
west last Sat*d«y wilh a ten num- 


^ville's Dru& Storl^ 

' Service Bv^rjr Second 

There is b» Med of gMBg IdowB town tp fnde whea ftm 
isa eg t »4 rte DR UCr STOIUS la your neig^hboriiood. 


KMEDIMS SEWS 
By Mrs. Ka<le Isom. . , 
ST. 3AMBA BAFTVfT <HURCH — 
ItPT. tt<,.H, W. Wckerson, Pa-rtor. 


Once fore and again after hkvittg 
been closed for nearly three months. 
OB accoontMf the strike, the haod of 
God has openad onr church both 
morning and eeealng. The pastor 
preached at both service^ 

Sunday evening Oct. 15th the Snn- 
day sehooi nnd B. T. P. U. will gi^e 
a sacred concert. 

Mrs. J. {Laskler and family have 
returned hdme frOB Redlands where ■ 


-her concert at tjj^ Sacraniisoto Bee 
radio broadcasting"^ station. She 
wa^ accompanied by' Mr. Eugene 
Pag^, whose receni publication 
"Thlhking,'* >as one of the numbers 
given: Many .cpmplimentary mes- 
sages were , received in appreciation 
of the artistic program given by SIr.s. 
Walker- k, ' - " 

RaymM^l Crowley of Marysville 
spent the week end in Sacramento 
and several' ot-her Marysville boya> 
but the singer didn't recogniie'^ll 
of th«n." ~ : ■; ' 

S. L. teW^is aiaj.. Helbert of Oak- 
land were Sundayivisltors. 

Carl Normaih,' a city employeet 
lost his life in aii attempt to save an- 
other life^^he Uf«! ot a pig that had 
run in f rtjnf of the truck with which 
he was workinr- fll* love for ani- 
mals caused his hearit to go out for 
the little porker about to be kiHed.j 
He slipped knd feli beneath the 
wheels of the truife sustaining in ■ 
juries -froin which he died ' in the 
White Hospital this (TuMdayi mornf 
ing. The pig- wns saved and Norman 
lost his lif^. ' Such are the tragedies 
of this old world.! ;,^ ■ ;, 

'Funeral arrangements will be per^T 
ftcted later. jl 

B. a; Johnson spent the past few 
days in the monntsjns closing hii 
summer '^mp for tSie {season. Manj^ 
were' the hippy./ parties of. friend^ 
entertained there during thesummej 
motjths. - ' [^ ^ "H 

Rev. Fred A. Hughes; i^stor o( 
St. Andrews Church" has, recentli 
been pla*e4' on the JuvenM Conrt 
Board of tie' ; SacramentojKchurcll 
Federation Sod also "en the Eitecn- 
live Committee pf the Religions Ed- 
ucation ai»d ' "Commufttfy Training 
School of the city. Rev. Hftghes is 
beginning his third year In his pre- 
sent pastorate. 7 ' ' 


A. C. RICHARDSmr 
Rea^-'SOt: 4«?« ^. ' ' 


WJ M. IXUSXAWK 
Res. Phone, So. SieC^ 



^ea^ J^^H^j^l^ns lihd Insurance 

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they speoti the saniraer with r<:.a- 
tlves. i 

i^ra. Crdeket syent a week ia Los 
Angeles r^nmiag home Saturday 
morning. 

• Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones are In 
Pasadena for a while. Mrs. Jones 
i^ to enter the hospital fo^ an opera- 
tion ' , ' 

Mr. .\. J. Hannicat was In Need- 
les a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Hanni- 
cut have moved to Phaadena. 

Mr. and Mrs- F. Meas have re- 
turned home from Loe Angeles and 
l*asadeiia. . . 

Mr. afad Mrs. WtUtaa Isom and 
baby Alice have retnmed home from 
a visit in Los Anfelee. 

Mrs. Knti* Isom :wko has been in 
Los AngeM three aioaths retnmed 
home Satnrday momlnc 

Thosie repertad ▼ery HI are John 
Lajlile};, Jt- «id brty Alice Isom. 

:aSI^ BARBARA 

Mrs, R. Bi HaB of = San Franeiseo 
a?i(| Mi*, j. W- Mills of Sacramento 
were ttW s«Ms of J. R. Norwood 
the netkew ef Mrs. Halt 

They kad spsnt two weeks in Loe 
Angeles efstttas a mfimb^ of rela- 
tives ind Mands. Tkey were very 
mneh iavraMcd vttki SanU Barbara 
and also tiiBir vkm\ acqnaintaneea. 
Only sorty tfcnt tksir visit was ar- 
ranged to be'^fcmger. They wereln- 
tfrtalned at tke kome of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. R. Norwoaea after which 
mosie and refiraafcnients were en- 
joyed. Daftadons nwrs rende'ed by 
Mrs. W. H. part 


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YOU AI^ PiJVNNiNG TO^fblAKE CAUFOiUAiRL: 

iohe;^ do not? pay rent but invest YOim' 

fONEY IN^ NieaEwHOHqrOf YOUR.OWN..' 

■ A ' -^ -:■ • '^. -^r ■■ -. •■■;■•'■ 

'BARGAINtS.. Ik AtREAGE, LOJO^ND HOUSES— S. 
ROiOM MQDERfiNHHI^, ALL NEW-^^iSOO; $350 DOWN. 
BAIiANCE $2S.0C' PfJl »^PNTH< ^,^>^>. > i 


■«*ig 


Her. O. W.^j(eed. who on account 
of the age liadt was niot admitted to 
the traveling. conne<;tlon of the A. 
M. B. Zion Conference. The age 
M. E. Zion Conference. The aeg 
limit of that conneeUon being higher j 
He was adinitted, and immediately 
took the third and fourth years ex- 
amination for the order of Elder 
and passed. Rev. Mr. Reed, was as- 
signed by bMiop Kyles to Monrovia. 
one of the beat churches on the 
coast in that" connection. He was 
offered the Uirg«st church in one of 
the coast conferences, .but refused 
as he preferied to remain in Caii- 
foriiia. Rer, Hf^ Reed is well known 
OB. the Pacific coast. , He has a 
hffh rating Sa a m^atiier and or- 
ganiser. He « stni living in Los 
Angeles, bat rwiil soon move hU fam- 
ily to MonroT&. • ' 


SAi^ETX 

z^See M. L. EKickett 


TAKE'^A COMFTQJI local dAi4:feET}X)FF kl ABOA 
STATION AND COMB TO 210 WSSfHATTANjSTREpT. 


AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED. 


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R. C. Dove, Pres. eoMl Trefts. A, L. Porter, Secy, and Mgr 


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Mr. and Mn. D. W. Vk^vl aiitar- 
fiaiaed Mr. nd Mfs. f «. pTrlikt 
and Utttardnskter Bttebetklat dto- 
aer last BnsdSiy. 

Tk« qMmfcpts of Oa« Ke. 3.- oC 

wkiek Mm. M. roecke kr ||Mler. 

kapyiljt Muttfaed Mraj?8tk u» o — . u 

aairt sMii^er e( tke 4. il. & wttk a 

pedad swty. 

Wm. t.m ~ Wiiyt ertettnkwd t»e 


SACBAMBBNTO ' 

Mr. ud Mn. H. 0- )<*M(Nt wk 
Vendtac ■ week in OdUand on ae- 
connt ec tke nwrrttike of a relnUre. 

Little Bknaa Piaaela Conaer wko 
died at BmtIm. Caltforain Sept. SX, 
was barrledlkare in tke Odd Fellowa 
La«B CttMtaiTi Kav. '*■ An«« 
Harvey oifceNitlnK.. ;M»% P- W- »»- 
teu ba* kept tkM Jftttle jgiri in ker 
home nfli | tteen^ daft ske Caels 
keenly kw i«M^ 

Ra*. lake S.A1IM »w retwMd 
from ike AanoeiktMl '«kick kM 
forth fa Ba 

w^ in Bee 4b( fk» Jet*ar eMHtoa •( 

tke OitrtiMiiire wJgy 

Mm. J. H.' Blk d a e. -. ,« 

SbMw. Mn. 9. W- AaiAae*t 
Mrs. |,nee» k—> 


HwaaetweA. 


Tbc.fjos Angelas Camp No. 1. of ; 
the Ag»»4can' Woodi#>i had a fnH { 
bonae jstThnrsday evening at theJi 
Waahtagton Street kaU to partici-| 
pate in the lnst'4)iation of officers y 
andJtbe obligation of new memberti.i 
The^weU^c was called to order it E 
8: JO. and after > brief preliminary | 
by tke SUte Snperrisor, Mr. B. H.' 
Grahanl. tbe log rolling began. _ 

Nearly a bnndired members had 
been notided to' pttkent themselyea 
for oUtgntion and iastmction in tke 
secret works, bnt only 33 were ob4 
Mgaled OB Thursday nigl>t, tlte otherd 
haiar deferred nnfil the seconid| 
Tkwatay fia October. After the Iqk 
RkOUg cease the Installation of 
oAeuB wkldi was made very imj 
pruwire 1^ the State Sapervisai| 
who arged nftm eatk officer W[ 
neteea ltr ef dotne Ms ^wkole dnty^ r 

Tke ftfllnirfnf .oflteetB were In4 
sUDed: R«r. M. f*. MStiAeU. Com 
Mra. ^nari Roae. v; Qoin; J. E. Re^ 
tar. .C9«rk:' Br. - »/, L. BonweVi 

BkiOnn^^- A. GUlaaore>^ escort: 
MOwJX /t. Joka«». Recorder; CHj 
Jnfc OIWW,, Akdltor; G. W. WJ84 
IWaia. -VMctagNi; Jas. Biaes, SMJ 
try; Rev. A. Baewa. Pr^dctfj Mrs- ▼ 
WUami, Ckn. Sick Cott. 


PiaOTOGRAPHY a^ POETIC NOVELTY MTERATURE 
j Our pictam d e m o t e qfoality — Oar Prices are jmt. - 

Enlarging,, Copying/ Coloring', Poetic, Photo, and View 
Calendars. Holiday Greeting Post GfBrds, Pictvre Frames, 
Commercial and Personal Work, -'^Banquets, Parties and* 
Weddings our- Specialty. 

Agents wanted Everywh«e 

i016&.k4lfcSt. 


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JVhere to Attend Church 


FIRSa' A. M. E. ZION CHURCH— 
Cor. Pico aad^ Paloma streets. 
Rev. W. A. 8haw, Pastor 

A more needful subject could not 
have been selected than the one 
which Rer. W. E. Shaw, new pastor 
of the First A. M. E. Zion Church 
dlBcoarsed on last Sunday. 

Morning tht subject waa "ChrlBt- 
lan Progressiveness" The Text: 
Philip 3:13-14. In part It reads: 
"But this ope thing I do, forgetting 
those things which are behind, and 
reaching forth unto those things 
which are before, I press toward the 
mark for the prize of the high cal- 
ling of God In Christ Jesus. 

Rer. Kennedy — Baptist Mlssion- 
. ary vtsi(or in our midst, preached 
at 8:00 p. m. from Psm. 48:1. 
'.'Great is the Lord and greatly to 
be praised." Good attendance all 
day and 5 accessions to the chufch. 
Rev. Shaw is a Methodist minis- 
ter oC.tht old school and will prove 
a great power for righteousness in 
this city. Sunday. Oct. 15, 8: p. m. 
&e will preach on "The Back Slider" 
and what becomes of him. He will 
occupy his pulpit at 11 o'clock ser- 
vices. Oat 22, at 11 a. m. Rev. E. 
M. Clark P. B. will speak. Oct 22, 
at 8:00 p. m. Rev. Shaw will preach 
on "Sinning against the Holy Ghost 
or that unpardonable sin." 

We would be glad to have you 
hear Rev. Shaw. 

The Sunday School meets 9:30 
a: m. Sunday mornings. 

Christian Endeavor and Bible 
Class 6 p. m. until 7:30 Sunday 
evenings. > 

Prayer and Praise Services each 
Wednesday evening. 
.L Everybody is most cordially wel- 
come to all our services. 

.\iina B. Fields, 
•; Church Clerk. 


i?ht 


great delight to both mefflbera and 
friends whoj were , blessed with the 
opportunity to be present. Pastor 
Mitchell had an unusual surpriselhg 
treat wrappefd up In a well prap«ired 
sermon upon the subject "Retribu- 
tion." The subject was well defined 
and delivereld with emphases. The 
choir added I smoothness and sweet- 
ness to the r devotions, enthusiasti- 
cally led' by 'our choirester. Madam 
Viola Harris Brandon. Perhaps the 
presence of a new piano, which was 
a gift to the church, had much to do 
in the inspiration of the singers. In 
the evening a most uplifting and 
helpful Y. P. S. C. B. under the, 
leadership of| Mr. John Carter graced' 
the perl^Bdtl^n of >the ^y. Miss 
Laura Davis.: one pfeour leading ed- 
ucators froni Pine Riufl,. Arkansas 
Incited mnchi pep in the young peo- 
ple's meeting with a forceful speech. 
FoUowijig this meeting Dr. S. D. 
Cotteral, M. iD.. B.Vs. occupied the 
preaching se^ee mth a ■o'(l:a^r- 
ring message: ^Snhject: "Sowing *hd 
neaping."" Miss Mtary Banks by re- 
quest was present jLnd electrified the 
audience wUh^ the rendition of a 
solo, which was rendered with 'soul 
and heart. Next Sunday morning 
a rare treat Is in store for all who 
will come to us. Rev. Mrs. C. 
Howard C. B^-anch will speak for us. 
In the evening Rev. G. C. Coleman 
will speak, J subject: "The Great 
Commission." 


I "4 tsuk. tor Ood'B sAtlUetes to tdi^ 

v»l." AUen C. V. Li^Ktte 6-30 p. m,! 

PrcftticlBS 8 p. m^ Suttjeet: "The 

Remedy." Come. Yon«re welcome 

to worship with as. U ; 

MT. ZION BAPTIST CHmiOH— , 
niiid Mid' Tnetlon Are. 
Rev. Archie J. urUIUaw, Ai B., M. 8. 
Temporafjr Pastor. 

Last Sunday was a glorious c^ay 
in Zion. We had three services. 
The pastor spoke at the morning 
and evening services. . The. subject 
at the morning serric'e: "The Gate- 
way into the Kingdom ot God." — 
the evening service: "Repentattce." 
At the afterioon service Mrs. J. P. 
Harden, Ii^ield Sejcretary 'Woman's 
State Convention of Louisiana, ad- 
dressed a large audience of young 
people, usinff as a subject: "Greater 
Missionary Work among young peo- 
ple." 

Next Sunday morning tb^ young 
women of the Sojourner Truth Home 
will worship with UB. The pastor 
will speak from the subjectl "God's 
Protection." At the evening service 
"The Good Shepherd." 

The Mt. Zlon Baptist Church and 
The Metropolitan Baptist Church 
will hold > Union meeting Sunday 
afternoon ; at 3 : 00 o'clock at the 
Metropolitan Baptist Church at 37 
and Griffith Ave. 

The Mt. Zlon Choir will furnish 
the music. 





Caltfornit 
Lod^e ! 

No.iKofP. 
E. W. H. 


Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays of each 
month at ODD FELLOWS HALL,. 
Cor. 8th and Wall Streets. 

W. C. HAMMOND, C. C. 

WM. W. BETTON, K. of R- & 8. 
1664 E. 22nd Street. 


IN- 


WARD (H.^PKL A. M. E. CHIRCH 
IX F.AKEWKM, TO KKV. .4X1) 
.MRS. J. EDW. .Mc«ORKl.K, AXI» 
WEIXOME TO KEV ASU MRS. 
B. K. GIV. 

Oil Wednesday evening, Oct. 4th., 
upward, of two hundred people 
gathered in the main auditorium of 
Ward Chapel A. M. E. CHURCH, 
1252 East 25th Street, for the pur- 
pose of showing respect to the re- 
tiring pastor ar.d wife for distin- 
guished services rendered in the 
past two years, and to extend a cor- 
dial weUome to the new pastor and 
wife who are to t-nter their new field 
of action with many rare privileges 
and opportunities, in proportion to 
membership, this was one of the 
largest and most distinguished au- 


PASTOR WARD WILL OCCUPY 
HIS PULPIT .\T EIGHTH AND 
TOWNK A|VT!NUB 

The Rev. A. Milton Ward will 
occupy his pulpit at Eighth and 
Towne Avenufe A. M. E. Church Sun- 
I day at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. 
I This is to bo his introductory ser- 
I nion for this iiew and and his fourth 
conference year in historic Eighth 
and Towne Avenue Church. Special 
music will bd a feature ot the ser- 
vices. ' I ■ 
FIR.ST OF LEAGUE "SNAPPY" 

PROGRAlttli SUNDAY BVKNING 

The Allen C.BI League Is opening 
its year's wo^K with a "bang." A 
miniature concert will be presented 
every Sunday at 6:15 p. m. All com- 
mittees are w|orking with. the deter- 
mination of putting over a big Pro- 
gram this yeir for Christ. This 
Sunday t'..e iTograra Committee Is 
presenting Gmdys Smith In a read- 
ing, solo by M|rB'.,E. L. Howard, short 
talk, Mr. S. C. Dtrhcan. Music fur- 
nished by Iriekrumeitt^X' choir. 

- '" ■ l" i - • ^— 

THE PKOPM5*» . IXDEPEXDEXT 
CIIORCH OF CHRIST — ' 


diences that has gathered in Loai sindayi School . eviery Sunday 


Angeles, on a similar occasion 

The program of the evening was 
veiT entertaining: the Terry Chil- 
dren rendered a piano selection and 
sang a trio; solos were rendered by 
Mrs. Hattie Norwood and Mrs. J. 
E. McCorkle;^ the audience sang 
"I'll go where you want me to go. " 
Thp speakers were Revs. J. C. An^ 
dersoEh, of Phillip's Chapel, C. Al. K. 
,^' ;. Church; J- W. Johnston, retired. \, 
' Wt E. ehurch; S. iM. Beane, Hamil- 
ton M. E Church. B. R. Guy. Ward 
Chapel, (new pastor i; J. Eciw. Mc 


"morning at 9:30 a. m. Services at 
11:00" o'clock. Sunbay the Inde- 
pendent Churlch celebrated its sev- 
fenth anniver^fy. The pastor was 
af.his best aiid delivered a soul in- 


SERVICB8 IMPRESSIVE 
SPIRITUAL APPEAL 

As Rev. Gibson, one of our Gospel 
Igants read from the gospel of St. 
Matthew about the man who has his 
sln6 forgiven him. Pastor 'Ho|t In 
his unique way introduced the 
speaker Dr. W. S. Ellington. Secre- 
tary National Baptist Church. Nasl^ 
vlUe. Tenn., proved himself equal to 
the task and feeding to a capacity 
audience an uncompromising gospel 
spiritual food; while he dwelt along 
the highways ot Sin shouts of prais^e 
were heard. Men and women having 
served a true and living God. In the 
evening Pastor Holt agaiti feed his 
flock. To them a gospel message 
was given. 

Visit us at St. Paul. 


GRAND LODGE ROSTER— - 
KNIGIfTS OS? PYTHIAS E. & W. H. 
Jqrisdiction oif California, KKSa'aS 

P. G. C— J. J. Bunich, Piitadena, Cal. 

G. C. — Jacob Soares, .P. O. Box 63, 
Sacramento, C^l. 

G. V. C.— W. P. Xayqlor, Sacramen- 
to, Cal 

Q. P.— H. W. Noel, Pasadena, Cal. 

G. M. of F.-r-8 A Jackson, Sacra- 
inento, Cal. 

0. M. of B.-^. M Taylor, Los An- 
geles, Ca' 

G. K. R. €M-H W Martham, 11 S3 

E. 14thr St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
G. M. A. — A. D. Cameil, Pasadena, 

Cal. - . 

G. I. G. — S Gibson, Los Angeles, Cal. 
G. O. C. — W Davis, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Grand Trustees 

F. Harper, Pasadena, Cal.; O. W. 

Talbot, Sacramento, Cal.; B. F. 

1. Kenney, Sacramento, Cal 

The California EagIe-:-'rhe Official 

Organ. 
The next Grand session at Sacra- 
mento. Cal:. 1923. 




T.VBERNACLB U.^l'TlST CHURCH. 
12th and HemJork' ittrrelK. 

For the past inonth we have had 
some of the many visiting ministers 
froin the East to grace our pulpit. 

Sufiday at 11 a. m. the pastor. 
Rev. L. B. Brown, will be on the 
ftring line with' a red hot message 
from the \ sounding :ot the seven 
trumpets: "The First Angel sounded 
and there followed hall aiyl tiro 
mingled with blood, and thuy were 
cast upon the earth; and the third 
part of trees was "burnt up, and all 
green grass was burnt up." 

8 p. m. subject; "As the EagI',' 
stirreth her nest, soon will God 
stir the nations of the e^^jAh." 


LODGE NOTICE 

Officers of the 
Most Worshipful 
Sovereign Grand 
Lodge of Free 
and -Accepted Ma- 
sons for the State 
of California for 
U. W. Grand Master, J. H; Wilson; 
addreM 6218 Holmes Ave.. L. A. 
U. W. Deputy 0- M., T. S. Johnson, 
' OnUaod 
R. W. Grand Senior Gordon. J. H. 

Brlniion, Sacramei>U. 
R. W. Grand Junio^ Warden, T. E. 

Johnson, Los Aneelen. 
A, W. Grand Treaslirer. H. a Hon»- 

:ton, Bakersflald. |. 
Hi W. Grand Lecturer, Samuel 

Knight. Loa Anectles. 
R. W. Grand Secrelary,* G. W. Wl'- 
son: address 211 O SL, Mary»- 
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,- FBBB MASON 
Aftomejr.at-Iiaw and Mouujr PabUe 

Practice in all the CoiErts of Call*^ 
fornia; ConsiUtation Free. 

Office: 224 S. Spring St., . Room 
311; Phone Pico 1138, Restdettcet 
R36 Birch St.; Phone Bdwy. 1062. | 

A Square deal and a delivery of 
the goods. 


Phone Maiirf064s4 

Spccwl Rjite0 

By The Week or M«ndk 

THE LACELAND 

Fumithed Roonu 

Wallace & Cleveland, Props. 

370 12th. St. Sea Diego, 'CaL 

I TEACH 


For Quick Service 
"Call for me end I'll calK for 

You"^ 
POBERT T. TANKSLEY TAXI 

I SERVM^E 
7-Pauenger Hud«d« Swpet-^ji 
Office i 114« Central Aver;^ 

Main 1476 
Re»: 1)33-A w 13th St , 
61070 


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WONDERLAND 


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MOUNTAIN SCEMIC>RE§ORT UNITES YOU 

"Rim of EWorld" ^ 


ITS 
RESORTS 


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LURE YOU TO THE BEAUTIES OF NATURE 
LET US INFORiMi YOU'OFTHETVI 

And Provide The Ea«y^ Idpde To Re^h Them 

Pacific Elec^it 



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It thou Iwttt run with the foot-' 
men and the/ have Iwearied thee,; 
how can'st tlrpu contebd with horses 
and if in thejland bf,^gypt wherein 
thou dwellest^tney ha>^ wearied thee 
what wilt thoil do iu the swelling of 
the Jordan." 

The soloist for the raorniag was 


Corkle. Riverside, Alien Chapjl.iMr. Brcwn of Chicago. .There was 
, mew pastor) and Mrs. J. E. Mc I three accessions. The speaicer ot the 
Corkle. Each participant appeared evening was Attorney Jennings. Sc- 
at their be.st. the music especially ! loist Mrs. Osborne. Other speakers 
was charming, .\ccompdnist. ^SrWs . I were Mr. Jefferson Brown and Capt. 
Blance Webb Woods. Mrs. M'.' H- Butler, all m^mpeTS of Independent 
I'erry, was mistress of ceremonies.' Bath spoke ojn th'e progress of the 
The Helpiag-Hand Club presented church. The Ipdependent church 
Mrs. McCorkle witii a handsome set has clp^edMtfi sgyentls year of suc- 
of Oriental Cafiffle Stands; Mrs. tess and e^iblished > world's re- 
Aisup presented a berry dish and ^n | ccrd. tt^^aallectloh for the day 
apple-green crepe handkercchief,| $115. 88. ^n the aft^raoon a re- 
Mra. Ransom presented a gplden ; ception' was held f«ir^^e members 
basket with red tuMe, and red and' and friends [of the church with a 


pink dahlias. The- Church and 

.friends presented Rev. McCorkle 
with a purse of *13.0'J. — His lucky 
number. 

- The repast was served by the 
'trustees and Helping Hand Club. 

.It was a delight to the eye and pal- 

■ ate. The tables were decorated with 
Asfors, Cornations and Merrigolds, 
the reception cake was given by 
Burke's Bakery and delicatessen, 
Cresent^ combination ^rtam of Van- 
illa ana Strawberry was served. The 

, aervlce w^as the last word in cour- 

l.tesy and pleasantness. 

Distinguished among the guests 
•were Rt. Rev. Bishop W. M. Foun-j cially. Sister 

> taine. Igth Episcopal district, A. M. I ative of the 
Kk Chnr<;h: Presiding Elder, Jamea ' tion 
Wkshingtoi;, Los Angeles, district, ii a. m. and 
CBlitOrnia Conference. Rev. A. Mil- 

,'^t Ward and wife. First A. M. E. 

' Owrch. Los Angeles; Rev. B. G. 

.jMnw, Zion A. M. E. Church, Iioa 

:;JKPSbI<*- Pico and Paloma streets. 
tC; TI»e spirit of the assembly was j 

^Mne^erized by brotherly love, truej 

Ldevotlon to ^the highest ideals of life, 

V' V.i et* *— ' peace, bappines* and har- 
■iqay. 

Managers, Mrs. Mary Davis Ran- 
som; Ida M. Cranshaw; P. J. Hard- 
ing; L. B. Hollowayand .Mr. T. A. 
■White.., ^ 


Office of the Clerk and Pa.-itor of 
the Mt. Olivet Baptist Churcii, Port- 
land. Oregon, 
spiring sermon. • Text: Jestemiah 12 ; I 4^9 Tillamook St. Portlapd, Oregon. 
- -- ■ " ' ""- "- '-■"* October-7th.. 1922. 

To the Editor California Eagle. 
Uear Sir: 

Some time between the 27th of 
August, 1922 and the 20th of Sept., 
li'22, there appeared an article con- 
cerning our Pastor and some mein- 
liers who had Set out to run the af- 
fairs of this church. We wish to 
have you copy and publish the find- 
ings of tho Baptist Ministers of the 
City of Portland of which our Pastor 
has. been Vice President for Twelve 
months. We believe that it \ii\\ only 
be fair to our church and Pastor 
that the many .readers of your paper 
who read the first should be tgven an 
opportunity to read the second. 

Thanking you in advance we are 
yours the Deacon Board of the Mt. 
Olivet Baptist Church of Portland, O. 
Edward Watson. 
• Church Clerk. 

PASTOR Ki E.XO.VBHATBI' 
A<"COl'NT'8 OF REV. MR. AXIIKK- 

tiO.V OF MT. OLIVET CHLHCH 

COKRECT. 

A committee of Baptist ministers, 
headed by Dr. T. J. VlUers of the 
First church, has reported to the 
Mount Olivet congr^ation, negro, 
and the Portland Bapast conference, 
that the accounts of Rev. J. W. An- 
derson, pastor of Mount Olivet, arc 
regular and correct in every detail: ' 

During the recent disti^bances in 
the Mount Olivet churc*, Mr. An- 
derson was acctised of inlsappropri- 
atlng church funds. He demanded 
an Investigation, ^nd the Portland 
conference appointed a special com-' 
mtttee to examine his accounts, with 
the result .that all funds not only 
were found accounted for, but the 
conferehcei officially expressed ut- 
most conlSdence In. Mr. Anderson 
and commanded htm for his seal in 
the interest of his church. 


211 D 
3RAND 


very interestli^g program. 
Visitors always welcome. 

Rev. N- P. Gregs, Pastor. 
Miss A. Brown, Ass't Press 
Reporter. 


AfTi 


THIXITY BAl^WT CHIRCH— 
W. 8«th Street and Konnandle Ave. 

Rev. J. A.JH. BJWrirne, Pastor 
Trijiity Is marhcing on to success. 
Last Sunday Rev. Burton of Topeka, 
Kansas, preadhad at 11 a. m. Sister 
Joshua spoke at 7:30 p. m. and in 
her appealing! and sympathetic way 
many were touched by her plea and 
responded cbefrtttn{)r tO her flnan— 
loBhua is a represent- 
Nat. Baptist Conven- 
Snnda:!' Oct. 15th preaching 
7:80 p. m. by the pas- 
H. iBldrldge come early 
and receive tbe benefit of the mes- 
sage. 


tor J. A. 


KIKOOIiN BfEMORIAL COXGREOA- 
VOtfJOj CHIRCH— 

lAlk 8tr««t and Central ATenap.. 

: r, :; TXm. E. E. Iflg^ncr, Pastor. 

The pastor has arranged for three 

"•9«eial services (or Sunday Oct. 15th 

•titUis -Church. At 11:00 a. m. th* 

rill occupy the pulpit, using 


BCRCH ST. (^HRISTIAIC CHCRCH.. 
F. C. CotHnu, Minister 

Another profitable day was en- 
joyed at this j^hurch, last Lord's day. 
Our nrlnister filled the pulpit at 11: 
o'clock a.^m. kind broiight us a great 
message 'froiii the Snbject, "God's 
Aflhilty" Is«. 82:6. He In a most 
explicit and rhetorical manner, por- 
trayed the church In its bridal re- 
, ration to Chijlst. Elder I. U. Wll- 
tlams preached a splendid sermon at 
8; 00 pi m. ilpon the subject, "Elx- 
amples of Fiith in the life of the 
Israelites." Sol. 14: 13. 

Mrs. Jesse Strider in a manner 
most eftectivd, sang a solo, "God will 
take care ot {yon" Sister Anderson, 
one who recently took Membership, 


■"-Qod. At 3:00 o'clock In the a(t*r- 

Wr. iff. P. Gregsg of the Inde- 


<4WB<l«9t Church will give the last of 
'fttw A^miVERSART series on "Th^ 
, iiaeeM^ to the Seven CharcheaL 
hiVf- Orens will give: "Tbe Mesaac* 
T>ftu thafhitrch of Laodlcea." Do not- 
ri^'Attto bW this message. At 7:10 
Licr; tlM Pfitor will begin a lerie* oa: 
fcT«,'*Acro«» the Continent and Back." 
;ta Wkt«k te will sire lmpr«MlM« Ot 

■tS. to« tt« fHM^tuHUi to. 
%timU$ witb It at all timu. 


fiUie MTflc^'M the Ciirtii«tt 
)I«J, *nidiiar 'iffci* 8 Jqf. am!' 


The church was well attended and 

results from isvery department Were 

highly grattfjrtlMr. Ji«»t Lord's day 

the pastor wfll preach at both ser- 

o'clbck a. m. -sabject, 

Utt;" 8:00 o'clodt 

Crlato in Haman 


Ticea. 11.: 
"The Tree 
p. m. ■, vtMi 

MaJ. I 
TeBa.^wfll 

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Davaon of Memplila, 


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a B. So^etr 7:40 

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DIRECTORT GRAND CHAPTER 

ORD^R OF EASJTERJV STAR. . 
Stale of CalUomla And Jurisdiction. 

Grand W. Patron^, Mr. J. G. Ed- 
monds, 1360 E. 33d street, Los 
Los Aagelen 

Grand W. Matroji, Mrs 
Houston 
field. 

A. G. Patron, Mr 
ham, Los Angeles. 

A; G Matron, M.'^s Mattye Jones. 
Berkeley 

Grand Treas., 
Brown, Oakland- 
Grand Secy^, Mrs. 
rel, 668 Chenery street 
Cisco. 

Grand Conduetref^s, 
Johnson, Marj'sviUe 

Grand A. Conductress, Mrs. Lola 
Beal, Redlanda. 

Grand Lecturer, 
Bntta, Log Angeloa. 

Rosetta Temple f4k>. 10 S. M. 
meets 2nd and 4th Thursday of each 
month at 2 p. m. at Itfaaonle Temple 
1209 H Cobtral A-ve 

.-.MRS. W. E. ioNBS, -W. P. 
i2BS -Hooper Ave 
KATTS GLENN, Secy., 

ISf* Paloma Ave 


Hoine of the . 
Matter Swias and Amerk'ad 

Watchiqakers 
We make your watch tell the 
truth :; _/. 

LANE JEWEtitY (X>. 
'356 5. Hill SL I 

FOR RENT — 3-rootn fumisJI^ed 
apartment with private bath, ^bo^e 
12453. ' , 


TANKSLEY db M*ELLMAN 

— ^Taxi Service De hart . > ; ^ 

Latest Cars — HuSon Supef-Six, 

and Marinon Limozine — ^for 

your comfort. 

1146 Central Ave., 

Phone: Main 1476. 


Allne J. 
1729 Chester Lane Bakers- 

J. H. WiUlnc- 


Mrs. Elizabeth 

Frances A. Tyr- 
San Fran- 
Mrs. Gnsta 


Office 824616 
Notary Public 


Re» So 3 
XwaS E. 33d 


Mrs. LaurenM 


Wood Wilson *s 

R E A Ii T r 
• A N D - 

INVEST -M Byr T c u^ 

Licensed Real Estate and Fire 

Eurance Brokers 

Land, R'Snches, Houses, Apartm 

For Rent and For Sale , 

680 CENTRAL AVENUE » 

LOS ANGELBa,^-> ' 


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NOTICE 

The Junior Missionary So<5iety of 
the Second Baptls,t Church m^t at Its 
usual time Sunday evening 'at the 
home or Mrs. Brooks 1421 E. 18 St. 

A splendid group of interested 
workers, were on hand.' Coramlttles 
all rjsportlhg favorably. The recital 
given under the auspices of this so- 
ciety was a grand suctess. . The 
members were loud in their pralseis 
to the participants. 

A number of vlBitors ' and new 
members In our midet were made 
welcome. Wis were more than glad 
to have little Miss Cloteiil, and Urs. 
Sprill back, haying tMeni absent for 
sometime. 

Nest nteeting October 22, at 768 
E. 89th' Street. 

All membera jwd; friends urged to 
come. : ■ '. .'' ■ ''p'-f 

I'' • r XReporter. 


CARD OP THAffltS 


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We can only npreps in part our 
deep api^reciailOB to' Oar many 
(rieada for their ayppi^hy and Uitd- 
neia dinrtac .ot|r ' iwvawatfnt and, 
al«o 'flor tip' )li**'*>'^^^ '**'*' oifar*' 

. .. ■ ntnr.'ll^mm.. |M*<«i. ■ -. 

'.'Mrs,' lft»atf^P^ltoMi|l^'«at«r. 


^•t^.^J^.^ 


^plne Chapter ifp. 1. O. B. 8. 
mMta first and th^rd Wednesday 
aftamoonc at i o'^ocIe at the hai' 
8J4H Central Aw. 

MRS. NANCT BRVTN. W.* U 
MAGKOT<I.\ VOpaK, NO. 5470 
RIVBR8IDk»r•AI^ 
miets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday ^- 
enlBgs 'of each noath^- ail members 
in goo.: standing of tibe G. V. O. ot O 
P. ar» always WeJCi 

ORG. B COftOON, P, 8 


Ckissifidcl Ads 


VhbOMten 
ia Kfaid 




PHOarB 

Unrivaled In QuiiUt; 
Prices. TTnextei 
' Tre«tiii|ent 

A. .M. GRBB^HPAK 
PropriWo* V 
1142 CENTRAL AVBNtJE 


OIBce: 1804U CVntrid 
Phone: 8T1.»7» J r 

i Hours: e-11; ^; *». . , . 

Dr. Se D. Cotterell 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
Specialist In dlse^eg o{ wointa. 
,X-Ray treatment and eKamination 


Heiira9t«nt 2toi 

Dr.W.H.C6cl!!M> 

'" Dentist' " :':'■•"-- 

- OFFIGB' 

13&1 H, CBNTRAIi AVBNI-'K:; 

PH^nC; HO. 760a.J 
KE8. 1317 W. a»TH PH0XE858B. 


MRS. m: g. patton 

Fo r I 
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAliC 
ing. Beading:, Eqibroidenr, 
Fringea, Flowera, Taaaeli, 
and all kinds of art vrork. , 
1543 E. 22nd Street : : 

; { Phone 271718 





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ManyjliiaMe succesafuily k^n|ei^ tq^e a^ 
thru the :^amou8 % -- -I. . " ' a * 




DtNEAL SYSTElif QF Jtf jilLs INisfRUCTIONsr' | 

You cam learn in yourowil helnery-in a vei^^ajort time, jj 

$10 wtjilh of goods and a diploma given^with each t§ 

course. | Write today for infoma'fiori. J> 

DENEaIl MODERN METtioD! OF BEAUTY CULTURE | 

1319 Ea»t Pine Street j- • Seattle, Wash. S 

X ij - . - r ■ ■- ' ' 


PheneSotith 1738.W ^ > 

JO|tiN AjQRAY 

"l hc^ugh Covtrse ih ' Ffiano.-. Techni : 
PI A>Wp^Hkft R MO N Y 


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Reside ]C4e Stydib 


{"'rcnoh Lessons 




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766 E. I8th St. 




" ^'-IH- LK.4TH, THF, T.4U.OK 
IMt© >ienilo<lk SI. rhimc .So. e»J2-.! 

.' Snit^ made to mea.iui-e SlS to $4ii 
Also' (jleaWng, Prr^sing and Re- 
modeling. Reiinini5^and Dyeing. I; 
your clothes are. epod let me keti 
them good;.. If not l*t me make them 
good. 

its years in tlVe busiui-'ss. 


Motor to Elsinor, California ati* 
spend you^- week end at Jotfea Lake 
View Bungalow, if's all tutAis,Ii<d'. 
bere's thefkey. Cook your> oVn 
ii'eals or have them out. For -fun/ler 
intormatida call So. 4 72'f. / 

Ivan J. Joness / 

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FOR R^BTT: Small fw>nt r6om for 
gcntlei^ani; [ 1 Vi blocks ^rom Arcade 
station, artd in wSlklni; distance of 
the heart [Of the jfity. .'IS. 50 per 
^^eek. Call at 632 Cer^ .4ve.— 8-14 


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GOLDEN RU2JE LODGE 
G. r. O. of O..P. i 

Golden Rule Lodgo No. 6959. -G. 
U. Q. of O F., meeta the first and 
third Tuesday of each 'month at 8tb 
and Wall Btreete. J. L Jarrett, 1400 
E. 9th St., N. G ; E. Jl. Plsher, 14frl 
K. 9th St.. p. S.:. Phone Main 18«8 


Ice dfea: 



tionery 


Dr. B. L: Boswell 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 

PHOlfrBSO. 481 l.W 
(IS Years Experience) 

Diseases of Women, Children 
and Chr6nic Diseaa^a a Sjiec- 
iulty. 
Office 1521 Vt Central Ave. 

Phone So. 7802~-J 
Res. 31^17 McKinley Ave. a 
H0URS:1I-1: 8-5; 7-8 P. JT. 5*«fCTO|tY h. h. RVTB No. ^09, 

meets 1st and 3rd ThurAJay after" 
^oou of each month 'i; Odd pellows 
' |<«11. Sth and Wall 'Ste. Mrs. Aletha 
Ht^comb, M. N. G...1B21 Ea.st 28lh 
atr»et Phone 3. 886,4-W: Mrs A 
E Miller, W. R. 1884 E. .iStih' «. 
rhone S. 208S-WV . ' ' 


Don't forget tlie Number. 
/i Att Are'W^dfxmie 

j^ J. Bk PANTHiis, P^roj^ ~ 


E. CJENNING9 .^ 
AttoriiejMi&Liiw 

Aeit^: 138S East ISth Street. 
Itef . Phoar - 80. «0«K 
nt*a« CT^SO X-; 
«10 BaUara BMC-. tMJT. 8|M*r St. 


Los Aaaslsa* CvUt. '^- 


W^ H* Jot^nson & Sons 


1." l i Ul'' ' " < I - } ' >K 


TS? 


is^amaef^tHatin^^ 


REAL ESTATB 
also a five rooin ■bouse, jcbicken aud 
rabbit corralls.^ Lot 116 x 327 te^y 
$3000. $500 down. ^ See Mrs. C. 
Hulbert for tM» and'Other ptoperty. 
So. 3Q«1 W: , .. 


FO^ BSNTi Furnished front room 
conrenlest to Brooklyti Ave Cat 
Una. Pretar a nan or a ooi^le 
gHona B »yl> nH- l»»^^» 


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PCm SAXjpi IPumishsit boas* sTt;, 
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. Doctor 

M. Shinohara 

iipuncM' Kjo Spt-cialiM 

O7I/2 E- First, 3t., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 
Hours of Cooiaultation : 
li) to 12'-&. m.^2 to 5 
p. ra.; Sunday 10 to 
12 a- \xc. ■-■ '- :.. 


. f WI#h in Ofckland Stop 
I . ILUNOIS M^^E 
[ ■ i6i93 ^eventfi St. 
FUkmSHER ROOMS. HOT 
M AND apLD,>i ATEk 
1 ITAONE OAiOANl) 3625 


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St'AMSH'^lfNGLisH ■ 
Archie J.I WlUlams; A. B.; M 

gillie K. WiUiUl. Secr-Treas. 
tUil E STTH 8Th / ^^^^. aft 
.Spanish, 8 lessons per- md. \' "jF 
EnglUh ctturse -■^.^........^^^^■i.ap 


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CALDWELL HALL 

: H— ^i^fp — ■'' 'y-:, ]■■ 

RECREATION OUIDEN 


Std and If^ Blvd., Santa Monica 

The Fartoif* 0lMk Md Tan 

BVKBT SATVRDAV NiqHT 

Follow the crowd every Sakn-. 
<*«y. Un4er •iwpicea of fiu. 
did Sodi^l|<|*a». , • %^ :< 



U|ours ' *. , 'Phones '■• ' 
,. I io tgCU' ' , Qtk'Pkn 297 

.J ■ 5.10^7 - U- rteg:-5i287 
Slij}^dSy by AHpointsien't . .» 

0t;. FrWn^lA^ ^6rdx>n 

J. PH>SKMAN ANB- '|(^JR6f»9 •> i 

1 ^ 3CS-309 Philip 'Bid^.' i 

ffOrmeriy. The. ' <i«rnul^.- BuUdiua' 
;t|S 4' Jo. Spi-ipg . St^; ^ipSk aingete^ 

ethodi , 

K Ibe clBSS:':j|IMrpitIafaclion is 
i .'jSuanniled '. 

y ADA iAcsojaes^ im. 

./• .. /. MwJvlTM ■ ^^ ' 
^ioB«|Mf-«^vfiii|6ck tit. 

AZEL tlOTTSCH ALK *. ... 
-#- ., . IS>»A^i^jCm 

Teaohetiibf '• 
PIANO AND VOJSE 
St«H»o:. 1330 £.; 17th SttMt 
- ; Piano instructiofls/ Private 
Qlasa. • Voices solicited for 
0lce Club. 1. 


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hone So. 5410 
ED FRONT ICE 
^AND ICE CREAM PLANT; 

57.J. Wi:AVBE,Prop. i 

" ^H'l6y • Specialty, 


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'^U^y^f; 


y. An etperieiicad b&rber, 
It. on the dollar.- 8. O. 
1, ,M2 Sr<I«t., San DWco, 




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-BY M. B|SHEFF1ELD 


If Alexander could see Dr. Henry. 
"Chuckles". Oct. 30th. 


Mr. Paynt' Mlddleton, California 
Slate deltBate to the A. NL E. 
Young Pooples Congress hiBld (n 
Chicago was the principal speaker »t 
the evening service at the 8th arid 
Towne avenue Church Sunday. His 
repprt was frequently applauded fla 
he spoke. ' 


"Thft Bo Bo Mining Stocks are an 
the Market" See "Chuckles" ' Oct. 
30th. 


St. CUivers Catholic Club met with 
Mrs. Josephine Brown Saturday 
evening. Mrs. J. W. Palmer won 
first prize. - 


A fine, baby boy was born to Mr. 
and Mr.-i Dewey Edson of W. 36th 
Place. Mrs. Edson was Miss Zallie 
Johnson. 


«d 


Mrs. J. Hughley wife of Mr. 
Jesse HiiRhley arrived in the cii.v 
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hu«li- 
ley is from Shrevesport. Louisiana. 
Her husband proceeded her a little 
more than two months and IkuI a 
home bought and prepared for her 
upon her arrival. They aio now 
domiciled at their home J.'iST B. 
23rd. Street. 

Mr. Jesse Hughley is .n brother ti) 
the well known Mr I) H. Hughlef 
of E. 11th street. 

Mrs. Joe Ma.xtjild of 1460 E. 22nd 
street left WiMfiasday via S. P. fot 
New Orleans, l.a. .\fter a sojourn 
, with friends iherp she will visit hei- 
two sisieis uul a Oi.'tL:'. ir; .Miss- 
issippi. whiiMi she lias not seen in i 
1.1 year^. From Mississippi she wili 
^■1 lo I'lxas where she will visit i 
liniiher. .Mrs. Maxlield has only re> 
(iiitly r.lurned rroni a visit with 

a brother in Santa Barbara. ! 

I 

.President Henry. Treasurer Alexi- 
ander. Se.i'lary. ."ili.ss True. "Chuckf 
lis." Oct. ::"tb. 

Mrs. i; W. Kellur, Sr.. will leavu 
Saturday the 15th for New Orleans, 
after a three months visit in this 
. city. Kxcept for a three weeks vieii; 
with a friend Mrs. Brook.s in Watts, 
she was the house guest of Mrsj 
F. B. Bates of lr,-,4 K. 2?,rti Street.'' 
Mrs. Keller wa.. accompanied by 
Mlaa B- Kober also of New Orleans 
and two grandchildren. 


Litlle Jaryis Reeves son of Mrs. 
.-^cnola Maxwell Reeves is in the .Hos- 
pit»l having undergone a minor op- 
eration. 


Wanted:- a young single lady 
would like woman companion to share 
Jipartment. 1328 E. 21st. St.; 

Phone So. 3061 W. 


FOR SALE: -"Wcket to New Orleans 
man or woiiian may use. Price, 
$10.00 See M<Keinnt. 940 Albany St 
Mrs. Sunshine Miller of 1552 E. 
22nd. St.' received Friday afternoon 
conlplimentary to Mesdames J."* Wil- 
liams. S. Jackson Redmond and Bate- 
all of Chicago, also Mrs. Frances 
Naylor. cousin, of Detroit, Michigan. 
Beautiful were the decorations of 
pink and white. Dainty the refresh- 
ments of chicken salad, coftee and 
brick ice cream. Forty guests were 
|)r>>sert to iiaj'take of ti've n;> :• ant- 
ries of the afternon. 


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addres the labor commission on the 
League of Nations on "Child Labor." 

Myleg was elected «iast President 
of the International Boy's League, a 
federation of boya' clubs, at a meet- 
ing in Chicago last July. He has 
worked as field secretary for the Los 
Angeles Council of Community ser- 
vice, and at present is a freshman 
at the Southern Branch of the CJ. 
of C. While a student at Lincoln 
High School, he held the, city Inter- 
schola tic record for the 22ij-yard' 
dash, and has been an orator and 
debater. He has also worked on 
locaf. negro newspapers. - 

Myles will leave New York for 
Liverpool, and go from there to 
Loudon, Le Havre, Pari{f, Brussels 
and Geneva. He expects to return 
lo Los Angeles by Christmas. 


.M>IK, TALBKRT B.\.\QLETKI> 


•i:i2, 


Mrs C. Hubert, assist. il by Mme 
Shaffer were the hoste>s to a lovelji 
birthday pa#ty in hanor of little"! 
Camile Hubert fiaiuiday afternoon. 
Twenty-two youngsi<,rB enjoyed thi^ 
aft"rnoon and littji' Camille hart on^ 
mure, candle arhbd to the' three 
the . beautifully demrated bir.thda 
cake. 

■ - !«[ 

Mi.SK l.ni-il'- Tryon of Kanwas Cit^l 
Missouri is visitin? in the oily. Shrj 
in stopping with .Mrs. Gardner of 
:i.-i2 E. 3Vth -I reel, 

Mi.ss Rertha I.ipsey. and Miss 
Kniiria Statia of Oakland are the 
bou.se guests of .Mrs. J. G. Edmonds: 
o{ l?,Rii East .Siird. Street. They arei 
down for their annual vacation.. 
They expect to remain several weeksi 


"Chuckles" the 
Show of the coant 
Aud. Oct. 3iith. 


Shuflle Along 
Philharmonic! 


Los Angeles. Cal.. Oct'll 
lo Whom It May Coiuern: 

In the^e days when high-sonnritng 
wolds are prone to lie confused 
with honest motives, vonr.s should 
thoughtfully pause before c.isting 
'heir ballots for randidates to pub- 
lie office. A ballot is more than an 
expression of opinion of the voter — 
it is a responsibility on which the 
principles of this Nation are found- 
ed. 

I hus. at this time, we the under- 
signed earnestly recommend to our 
people Judge Victor R. McLucas. a 
man whosi> friendship for us is un- 
r|i.estioiied. a man whose honesty. 
integrity and public record make 
him a logiial candidate for election 
as a Judge .of the Superior Court 
of the County of Los .\ngeles. 

(Signed) 
* •■ Mrs. Charlotta A. Boss. 

. ■ •' S24 Central Ave 

,-Mrb Booker T. Washington. Jr. 
f >j mx K. 12th St. 

F;ila K. Bravton. 
15 23 E. l.'j Street. 
.Mrs. .'Vnna T. Hubbard, 
.1 128 K. 12th Street. 
.Mr'5. Emma E (iordon. 
1 ; 'ii E. 12ih .Street. 


On Monday evening, Oct. 9, at 
the Tabernacle Baptist Church, one 
of the most delightful affairs of the 
season was' given in the form of a 
reception in honor of Madam Flor- 
apce C. Talbeht,. Mrs. James Hard- 
iiig, of Louisiana and Mrs. S. Cole. 

The church was beautifully dec- 
orated in cut flowers; and palms. A 
spleudid program was rendered, 
those parrici|iating were Mr. J. E. 
ifehardson. Rev. h. B. Brown. JVJrs. 
Haiding. Miss Ada Stewart; Mns , 
Bertha Miller Sj). '". Mrs. S. Cole^^ 
.Miss Edna Hurd, .M.^ Hazel Gotts- 
chalk. and Mrs. C. Spe.i.' BassT At 
the close of the program .Ma^lam , 
Xalbert was showered with b-^:iutiful | 
flowers, which were presented by | 
.Mrs. .Magee. and frther ladies of the | 
(bunh. afti r which dainty refresh 
iiients were served. 


ximes 


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Select Your Cdstume 
For Hallowe'en Now:^ 


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A SMALL, DEPOSIT WILL RE5ERV%A^ COSTUME 

m THE HOUSE. VMAKE YOUR SELECTION EAR- 

^ LY TO AVOID THE RUSH, ri 


Creole Costume Shoppe;^ 

MRS. ROSA L. SAMPSON-MORRIS, l>rop. 
Phones: 1129S; Re>. So. 6937-J \ 


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1114 CENTRAL AVE. 


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 



Pico 507 



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S. B. May 

Real Estate 

40 Central Ave 


, Two Houses For Sale, 

ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 18TH ■' | 

At the Independent Church | 

THE TWO HOUSES IN THE CHURCH YARD WILL 
BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. 


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rs Booki 
k^ Ml 


rVl.MXHlMA 


Mrs. .Mayme Dunbar of ISti.l Easti 
"I'.rd Strcei is again confined to her! 
bed under the care of the physiciaBJ 

The Phys-Art-Lii-Mo Club W(ll| 
open for the season next Fridayyjti 
the home of Mrs. A. Hill of 1655 W* 
:'.';th Place. Mrs. Hill is ex-pj^sidenB 
of the Club. 


Last Saturday ( v uir:,^ Mrs. C. C. 
Spears gave a surprise birthday 
party at her residence honoring Mrs. 
I. V.« Gilmore. Progressive whist 
being the feature of the evening. 
Mrs. J. Smitherman won fiist prize 
and the guest of honor the conso- 
lation. After a delightful ice course, 
dancing was enjoyed until a late 
hour. Those present were: Messrs. 
and Mesdames Gilmore, Graham. 
Cooprf. Crain, Pollock, Lewis. Mes- 
dames' Pickens. Smitherman. Patton. 
Miis.^:ooper, Messrs Glen, Samuels 
and .Bumble. 


cmzK.Ns 

< rVI<- I.K.KJIK. 

'1 ii'.: California Citizens Ciyic Lea- 
gue again addri-sses it.ielf to the vot- 
ers of Los .^ngeks and resp..'ctlully 
invites their co-operation. 

We want lo call your attention ;o 
the work of the League in Hie re- 
cent campaign. 

it resulted in the nomination bf 
Iwuiity-three candidates out of a to- 
tal iiiimber of twenty-six. ' ' 

Now we are aprpoachihg the .Ndv- 
ember election — the tina| campaign. 
Our Lc'aguo will participate in this 
campaign very actively for the elec- 
tion of those candidates whose namtC 
appear hereon and which are- pre- 
sent id to the voters for theif caj'e- 
lul consideration, also the PitOPO- 
SiriONS bei:ig submitted at this 
tiuie. - 

Our selections are made iii kc^^p- 
ing with the principles expreii.sed in 
the objects ant^ purpo.se.-, of tiie Lea-, 
gue. 

fJnr candidates arc^ on the scjuaro 
and with this program you arc bound 
to win. , 

Wo en(k>rse Ihem b<'cau.«' (h<-y 
are: 

M<n whom the lust ofoDice does 
not kill. 


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Russian anS^^^onltish Baths 

. and Massa^^ 



WHO IS 



ss" or 

ARS? 


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A gonSd Tna^y iti^ let Qm oflieri 
money lii^ earn— ther other fellow ji 
gestsoftiAttiing to sell them and— the 



spend the 
tosug- 
GONE. 


^oine men are strong enbvgh to control 
money. Everj' time they get money, fh^ put some of i 
Savings AcoouW -|^ first -^ BEFORE the fellow who want 
seUyousorine^unggetsadiance. ^ 

' % It taki^a MAN. and a SAVnXGS ACCOUNT. . 

, • J^m GCOb BANK, and a STRONG WILL to ' 

build up a fund. of money in bank which yoa 
can usei fbn^n^s aiatararaaliy worth wMi^ 

Why hot make a good c^xtmg resohition, open an 
acccunt, and SAVE? \ 

v- -. -. ■' ' \ ' 

SAVKCpiS ,.'^A^glBRCIAt.« .TRUST 


SURE RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM. RtJJJJ 
SYSTEM AND NERVOUS AILMENTS^ 


DOWN 


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"I've found it" " I've found ii.' 
Jake .Moore in "Chuckles'' Oct. 3nth.. 


Harold Lee 

entertained 

complimentary to his cousin 

Charles Boyd of San Francisco 


of 1366 W. 35th Place 
with a dancing party] 

:.. ._ (^rs.l 


Mrs. Kannie White of 
visiting in the' city. 


Chicago la 
She, 1% the! 
house guest of h'er brother and sis- 
ter-in-law, .Mr. a-.-l Mvs. J«»s. Wil-i 
liams of W. 36th Street; , 


.\ 


Morgian M. =Liles of San Fran- 
cisco, who spent a week in Los .An- 
geles visiting friends, left for San 
Francisco last week. 


Wednesday afternoon Mifs 
Jenkin entertained witn luncheon 
at her home 12(T5 E.-'4!*t St. In honor 
of Mrs. Charles Boyd. Other social 
honoru conferred upon .Mrs. Boyd 
this week were lun»ttieon given byj 
Mrs. Be.ssie Drjscoll. cousin, Thurs-i.' 
day afternoon. Other honorary j 
guests were the mother. Mf s. Craw- 1 
ford and Mrs. Henderson both olj 
Oakland. ■' ' 1 

Friday evening Mrs. L. .Xndrewi? 
eut.ertained wltb~»-" dancing party 
honoring Mrs. B)bM. 

The Jolly "S^jlrJ" <»hib met rh'ttrst 
ilav afternopn at the hoine of ifrsL 
Keeves of Boyle Heights. The Club 
will meet next Thursday wUh Mrsi. 
Will Robertg of B. fl atreetf". i 

■ — -■ .. iH 

Mrs. W H. Roan of 15S9 B.i« 
jSt., has retunred liom* aiter|ta' 
"I'leasant stay at Santa Monica. &I 
Roan was at the Rest A While for 
a month. 


-Mr. Liles was cordially received 
and royally entertained while in 
Los Angeles where he received the 
title of "Frisco Sheik." Friends 
were sorry to see him leave/ "es- 
lieeially the "fair sex." 
DIRECTOKV OF KE.VTrCKV 

' STATE i>0<'IKTV 

dflicers: J. "K. Carter, President; 
(«. M. McClcllan. vice-president; W. 
1'. Gardener, secretary; M. F. Mitchell 
ass't secretary; S. W. Jural, corres- 
pondfng sgeffitary; F. A. Brown, 
'^treasurer; J. E. Fouse, chaplain; E. 
C. Jennings attorney. 

Ifyou .are from the old state, we 
noirdiaily invfte you to all of our 
meeting. 

This Club meets every fourth 
'I'hui^sday evenings at the various 
homes. 


Mhec whom the spoils 
cannot buv. 


of office 


Men 
will, 


w nu possess opinions and a 


Men who 
will not lie. 


have honor and who 


Men who can stand before 
demagogue without trembling. 


the 


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-WOTHKR' 


GREAT 
TOWX 


SINGER IN 


"Chuckles'" , will make 
ehvckie. Oct. 30th. 

'See Ophelia in "Chuckles" 
30th. 


ybii 
Od. 


S^edarm |,E8t;eJla Slalter. >,,<ac4cEt>u, 
fhe^ human nightengale from Wash- 
ington will be heard in Los Angeles 
Thursday night Oct. 19, at the Tab- 
ernacle Baptist Church. She is here 
tc sing for Y. W. C. A. in Pasadena. 
The Brotherhood of the Tabernacle 
Church persuaded her to stay over 
and give them a church engagement 
■belpre she leaves for St, Paul, Minn. 
iShe does this out of intoreet tor the 
youn^^ people '■ of the city. 

»tIU}.! BRANCH TO SPEAK AT ODD 
. VnidJOWH tiAtiL KCNPAY 
MORNING 


• jMr. M C Wilson of 767 E. 18tb; 
street and little daughters Alioei 
and Bobbie are delighted to havje) 
their mother andkwlte, Mrs. Bertb|BJ 
'Wilson to return from Santa Ba^ 
bara where the apent a pleaiant anjd' 
mach needed irac^on with Mir. aqd 

f rs. WUUam BtfUM. 


H^»t«rioa» Few" met wiiii 
Oaona ISMjia Tbdrsday tnmi- 
^tomh^.t»T07 Bafnet wu >f 
and Mrs. Liptc! 


<*.W:a.;.». ' 


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Kti^^ 


■ Mrs. Howard Channing Brancft, 
prominent lecturer, will speak on 
Sunday morning, Oct. 15, at Odd 
PellowE Building. Eighth and 'Wall 
Streets, under the auspices of the 
Christian Church, Rev. M. P. Mlt- 
ehell. Pastor. Rev. Mitchell Will 
preach at the evening service. Sun- 
day school and. youn? people's meet-\ 
lag at the regular hours. 


V A. BOV WIUi VISIT BCBOPE! 
XHOMAS MY HtS. t», ITBGItO TO 
qPEAK IN GBMBVA. ;^j^^-,.^ 

Tluunas Mylei.' l»-year-oId' Wre. 
^Ti7 Boulder »)ti^, H«'»e« lotf-JkBr 

K*le« tvaigbt by z'im ot S«f ■ JTiwt- 
.c«NiO':aa4^i«li«:.P|iwun»>'- '" 
Xiiiavn, itMts««utt. vk' 


Men with strong minds for' pub- 
lic duty, 

Men who place confccicuco above 
expediency, 

— 8 — 

Men who esteem service more than 
they do popularity, 

10— T 

Men among men absolutely unsel- 
tish, purely Impersonal, inflexibly 
faithful. 

The League endorses Proposition 
N'o. 8A and asks your aid for its 
adoption. 

Endar<t<>ment>i By lA^ague 

• FOR U. S. SENATOR • 
" Hiram W. Johnson * 

• H. Z. Osborne — 10th Coflgl Dist. • 

• ^ FOR GOVERNOR • 

• Thomas L6e Woolwine ' " 

• STATE TREASURER * 

• W- J. Johnson • 

• FOR STATE SENATOR , • 

• Chas. V. l!*wlB — 38th Sen. Dist. ' 

• FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE * 

• Supreme Court * 

• Krank H. Kerrigan • 

• FOR SUPERIOR CRT. JUDGES * 

• WlUlaTO C. "Doran , . • 

• E. F. Hahn ■ . • 

• Victor R. McLucas - -, • 

• Ira F. Thompson t • 

• Thomas O. Toland '■ ' ■• 

• JUSTICES OF TITE P«ACB • 

• (Los Angeles Township) • 

• E. Judson Brown (Incttmbent) * 

• .William S. Balrd " " • 

• Channing FoUette " • 

• Frank F. Forbes " • 

• Walter J. Hanby " • 
> Howard H. Hinshaw " |« 
" FOR POLICE JUDGES • 
< Geo. 8. Richardson (Incuml>ent) '*■ 

• James Hdsick (First term) * 

• Wm., Frederlckson (Incumbent) • 

• Joseph F.-Cliatnber . " ♦ 
*'' Hugh J, Crawford 


Open to Colored Women Eydry ^ 
Mondajrfrom 4 to 10:30 p* m. 
Men 10:30 all night. f ^^ 


Extra Special this J^oiiday 

FULL TREi\TMENT $2.25 INCLUDINiS BATH&, 
GLOW AND MASSAGE 




SALT 


For Information .Call So. 260 Monday;' Resl So^ St'W^ 

825 E. 17TH STREET— Vz Block We»t of QnffiUi 
Av«iiu6 Car Line 


Nurse and Professional Massuse and Mi|nsuref 
in Attendance 



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Mabel Gray, In Charge 


STUDIO: 1608 E. 16TH ST- 


iMr. Belle Oneal : 

Teacher of th6 Yoaaccat aiid 
Swiftest Piano Claaa |n the 

city by her correct method 
and easy way. They leam'.^ 
quickly! how to play. These 
who study with this teacher 
and do as she says do, will 
not only study music btjjt will , 

"^.play it too. Why? Because, 
she patiently and carefully 
hooks after fingering^ time, 

' rhj^hm and graceful poise 
«t the Piano. , 

' £xtra Piano for Practic« * : 
PHONE: SOUTH 49l» ' 

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i^S^SO^O^C^S^O^c^v., 


Di^ t. fiucans 


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YOUR VOTE AND 


INFLUENCE WILL 
CIATEDBY 


BE 


PW^ICIAN AND SURGEON "^^ , 

Ofl&ce Hoary: di^iO X. M. to 12 .00 It. ; 1 :00 P. M. to 3 :00 
5:|0P,M.t<)7:30P,^ ' 

Res. Veirmont 4131 " 

'. ' i: V Los Angeles. 


P.M. 
.Pbbae»:;0mce3827 
2200 CsBtral Avenue „ :» 


i»9e^»$»®^<»»#»»»p^4^ic< eo»«e »oooi9oy b4<ftc»9 


Wm. T. Kendrid^ Jiv 


-Candidate Fdr- 


JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR .COURT* !^^ 
Only World War Candidate For Thi» OlAc^ ' 
^Headquarters: 1015 Van Nuys Bide*; PhMaear 66195^1 

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GENERAL ELECTION, NOV^ TTH , ^ ' 







Bug Ta< f 

WhitUker 


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• • • *\*^ •••••«*• 

H. DOOOLASS, Prea. 
R. g. UUtlAR, BecMtarr 


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WMUMtB; i Tdom house' by ovn«r 
at.|lMI!.M«H»M. . 


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RE.ELECT 

Frank S*!^^ 

JUSTICE p^tHp,j PEACE 
Los Angeles 'TowhBsbip 

He has held this, position for the past 
twelve years. . "j . -... i 

Indorsed by the MunicipaK League, tihe 
Anti-Saloon League, the United Chuitch 
Brotherhood, and the Young. Men's Re- 
pub^can League. - ' j 


FOR fOSST: Nicely {urnisbed roomai 
t,vr fwo men or man and wife close | 
to car !in|''witli use of kitchen. lS68i 


GEi 


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Newton St,.' ■ Fhoue So. 
10-l*-82rrl4 


4199. 


•VPARTMENT WANTBD: i Two or 

three room furniahed apartment 
want^^by adults. Wilsbire 87'42. 
10-J4-r-l, , 


WAA'TEH: a i^° or thraB;' room 
apartmmit. Ma'n and wife. ' Care of 
Calif. Eagle. Phpne. 160-44. ; 
lO-ir-r-2. ■ j \' ■■ •'■ 

VOH fOOPfi SvxtUbifi^.rpama.. on 

Bro(l*#ay--»,«n' ..'\ 


TWO 9001^ AP^paeicziNtMiii 
f!Vvilimam>. hot 

MtTM-»9fL aiS. MR. 





RG£ A. il^PER 
Pp^CE JUDGE 


Jwtic* of PeiM* ief Lee Anj re- 

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Pboae t^ta 

MRS; 5. THACKER 

XAIHE8 TAifjOmso 'i 
Uraieinakfjng, , MUUaeo', Bmdfaw, 

Bie^MliiV, KnbvoMerteK. . ![ 
1507 W. «lth Pl., lios AmSBhis, pal. 


For Kiinti f^ntished front' roi 
Fhoi^e Banc ttit. 



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HUDSON SUPER-6 SEDAfl ..^ 

Stand '-, x^-' 

ALLEN HOTEL: 1123 CE»^ >?- 
V^ TRAL AVE. ^^ :,^ 
We Serve You Day or Nigliil ,':^ 
MAIN 1046 ill 


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COXNKR JOHXSOX;. ^COMTXSY 

rvuKstAMJSi 

— -.■:.1-:., 

Service's for Hiss Cjrreae Allen of 
1226 W. 11th St., were held at the 
Episcopal ' Church PViday moruinjg! 
at 10:00 .Oct. 6. 1922, Jnten^ent in 
Kosedale Cepietery. -, ' 

Services for Mnk Harriet'.^ Sophia 
Mingus were held at the residence,. 
1545 E. 52nd Street, Saturday 
2:00 p.,m. Oct. 7. 1922. | 

interinent .was at Evergreen Cem- 
etery. ^ 

■Services for Baby Chester Lee 
Houston were held at the home 
residence, . 1736 E. S^st. Street. 
Tuesday at 11:00 a. m. 0<^ 10, 1982. 

Interment was at Kvergreen Cem- 
etery. 

Services for Mr. Samuel Brown, 
with Odd Fellows LAdce in. charge, 
was held at the Second Baptist 
Church Thursday'Oct; -18, liu at 

2:00 p. m. i ; y 

R«r. Orlffitit-opiciated,^ -J ■ ,• 
j Interment was at Btmvmq Cem-^ 
*t^ry. 

Services tor Xrs^ ' Jesale: taylor ot 
1623 B.^26th Street. *ere held at 
the Chapel at 8,-«.0 p* m. Oct. 18, 
1922. iDtalfteeBt .was at Ktwicreea 


St., and Mrs. L«o Hicks of the akl»«e 
address are leaving for their aoetjk- 
ern home today. _ ' 

Mrs. Keller and Miss Corber beiltg 
inspired with our Great metropolis, 
they are planning to make a retnra 
visit next summed. 

Pro-Orast-l-Nation Is the TUet of 

iTlme. Get your tickets -now If you 

want to see "Chuckles Chuckle at 

The Philharmonic Anditoriua Oct. 

SOth. 


....file Floteait Cote '-i ra iberi- w i sim " 
eral _ . - - . - 

t li Mea hwwe 


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llri;.'ltt«lla |Efla«Juid Ktaii Cor^j'^Dtlm- 
her o( Mssr Ortesffs, ba* irjM>.M««' 

jjbe«^,,jif!i^lj;i,ta'wtlWrriip%aMir :'!»<•"- 


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....Vou most hear Mme. Talbctt siBs 
"Homing" next TMeottoj- M ^g t n at 
IttiUuinaoBic. 


Protect Those Who Protect V. 
Vote "¥««'• S-A. 

NoPT 7. 
Plre mmA VtOkm' 
A&k Abit Fii:e or PoUc 
Pens km 



llOIilXsiiti CHURCH OP 
,^ HSiOHTH 

Snaday Sehool 9:20 a. m.^fese)i^ 
tng .^errtce 11:86 a. m. ^«s(^^', 
night pra^r service Priday Bttkt* 
Bib\e 'naeeiung. 

<Kilte a harraselng ekpeilence vaa 
that of liuBar Boiikar daring his trip . 
North, fwufe la Oakland a War,? 
total stMuifto to Mr. aomar a»-'J 
li^^Dached jii«'^^ ttm woald aaka 

vsady t« t»ke tlW PirtriTto 
tiMt he jMOi^tU a»eMM «C 
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ISSIES JLASOMC MESSAGE 
MOIU) SET ALL CL,.*\'DESTL\E 
BODIES ,>L\SO.\irAL.l,Y RIGHT 

It becofaies my duty as Grand Mas- 
ter of Masons of the Most Worship- 
ful Alpha Grand Lodge of A. F. & 
A. M. for the Jurisdiction of Cali- 


as Africa^'Lpdge N^. 459. at Boston,! MarclJ^ gj,, ^775 gnd that this 
Mass, whic^: was ^to.wark in Boston, '•^^y Heigment or Masonic L 
only,- they in' turn organized a Grand I, "^y^g clairned to be connected with 
Lodge out of' one subordinate lodge, I, '^gjjgral Gage's MilltaVy Regiment 


Mil- 
Lodge 


fomia, to set aright the many 

opinions now held by members of the.ieougtit Ma^o^ic rej 
(.'raft and other reputable citizens as [white Maspnii 
to the origin, efTects and operation 
of Freemasonry among colored men 
in the State of California In partic- 
ular and throughout the world gen- 
erally, especially when and whert aijr >r ..1 ,„., , „, ,„„„ ,a.,^ 

,g^3l, yrfTet on thie ISth day of June, 1S2. 


and from (h^nce spread the so-call«'^j 
Free and Accepted Masons (^iO.lt^jj 
who so often in their I'terg^l/j^* ^^^^ 
Prince-Hal \ and Africj^^j^j^^^^ 
For many 1 shears ^'^^S/' ore^^uizMon 
ion front the 
^and Lodge of this 
rope. Asla^ and Af- 
., , thai»^ "" avail. Being con- 
" !jl:^-Masonic recognition was 
e to be found by them, they 


country a 
rica but 


these opinions are contrary to esta 
li!<hed truths and bear no rel.a{>'/ 
either direct or indir^V- ■''^"' 

'^^^r.^^X^^ of^^ncilnt 
p.™?on*rp^/^- cast a single as- 
T^ or t' •' ''»^' nobility of pur- 
f^_" -ASat intensity of brotherly 
r"^^^-'' which impels men to aspire 
^/^ real Masons.' Rather do we 
^/ytfipathize with these men in their 
"'efforts to be of service to their fel- 
low-men. We esteem far higher 
t^eir burning desire to render that 
service, the strenuous efforts put 
forth, to carry that desire into ef- 
fect '«(bich actuates men iK>sse8E3d 
with Hoble purposes and beliefs, 
than the efforts of those who wil- 
fully continue in the wrong direc- 
tion. 

In the matter of presenting to the 
' members of the Craft and the public 
at large the true facts concerning 
the base and operation of Masonic 
Rites, we go cheerfully forth in the 
discharge of our duty. All we aalr 
is that you withhold your judgment 
until the facts shall have been fully 
stated, for we are h^re to correct, 
govern, harmonize and adjust any 
\ ^and all differences existing between 
fellow members of the Craft. 

Persnant to this task, we shall 
', 'beg no question, shirk ao responsi- 
bility dodge no issue,' and where our 
; r conclusions run 'counter to the pre- 
*'" Judlces of the so-called and self- 
'^ styled Masoijs, we will leave .it to 
tta« SupperteiArchttect of pie Uni- 
'"•rrerse to amend. 

There can be but one legal organ- 
isation ot Masons in the wdrW, of 
' Anelent-Craft Masonry. Granted. 
' ! Then every other body of Masons 
.'must proceed from, originate in that 
• duly authorized and lawfully cpn- 
■ sUtnted body. Any other organl- 
dltlon that goes beyond the power 
and sovereignty of this flr^t and 
great body of Legalized Masons,* the 
Ajiclent Free and Accepted Masons, 
; Jr seeks to adopt •«; Masonic proced- 
;nre without the advi"e or consent. 
'the patent, power and authority 
(ranted by tSis'bcdy, la not, was not, 
• bannot be. now or ever <a Reputable 
and- accepted body of Ancient Free 
and Accepted Masous, or hold a 
tterrant of Constittttion. ■' ■ x. 

. The granting of Masonic rights 
rad ImmunitleB to the people of 
.Moitth America did not include power 
Md authority to exclude a man h», 
traoae of race, color, creed, or claaa, 
ekeept auch as may be considered 
Mwortby and dls-qaallfled. How- 
^«^r auch exclusion did exist, and 
tife men of the Colored race sought 
to aecare for themselves , the rignt^ 
' ted BrfvUeces. to practice; Fteema- 
Sgnry. They applied tq ohe of the 
i'fciMad l«dg«« lot BngUpd, thatex- 
iitttad at^ that Ume, and secured a 
irrwtt of CoBBtltuUon, (luat one) 
after orfaniaius a lodge. ,»««»^™ 


no w 
ir 

and issued 'the following protocol 
in which they said: "We publicaly 
decla-^ ourselves free and independ- 
ent c. ..ny| lodge, from this day, ancj 
we will nolt be tributary or governed 
by any lodgfe, but that of our own." 
(See hlstoi-y, ot Masonry, by Thron- 
burgh, pagje ,169.) So no comment is 
necessary 1 1() ghpw their Masonic 
standing, a|nd if there is one phrase in 
writing, othier tflkn their own, ttot 
will show; their. not having everwt 
any time jbeen healed and Masoni- 
rally lega^lMfd, the public has been 
kept in ignorance of the fact. 

In the ^e^r 1847, John T. Hilton, 
ot Massachussetts, called a conven- 
.tion of Piiinpe-Hall Masons. In Bos- 
ton, Massftchussetts, at which time 
and place they gave birth and rise 
to the organization known as "FREE 
ACCEPTEp- ANCIENT YORK MA- 
SONS" of Nbrth AmeMca. This or- 
ganization ejxists in many parts of 
the United States today among Col- 
ored men. I ^o far as a Master Ma- 
son is coiic^rned the word "York" 
I. is a misnotner and this band of peo- 
ple is placed in the same, it not 
worse predicament, than their pre- 
decessors. ' We /Uiote that the records 
show somei of the,,E»Uc8 preserved by 
a certail^ Maagnle Craft in Michigan, 
also that aic^tteV from the Naticna' 
GrandL Loie, F. A. A. Y. M., is hon- 
oTMirtH rfrtrW.; ' 

There' ' jwAs another organization 
her^ that SaD^itseif "Ancient Free 
and Acc*piefl Masona;" having made 
its debut blltpre the/spotlight ot pub 
lie opinion ii^The years of 1901-1902 
but' being ; unable to produce the 
proper infplementu for selt-protec 
tlon or Matac^ic vouchers from some 
relVilar nfasonic craft, known 
throughout! iSie world, was • forced 
to collapsel i^dcr ,tbe Are of public 
sentiment, I 1 

We admit,! and p-ant, that these 
societies rdfei-red to have the right 
to exist, opefate an4 develop, but 
when they igof out of the iway to mis- 
represent~in4 nualign us,' ^he Most, 
Worshipful! lAlpha- Grand Lodge 
ANCIENT. P*.Bl^f AND ACCEPTEIT 
MASONS «( (he Siaie of California^ 
it is qi^e hafura^tbat we would tec 
the pul^tc kUOW tUe. facts. Y^ea! It 
yei^beld' oi^r t>eaee thtt rocks in the 
mountains would cry out. 

Knoflfflng^; as we di6,^that these 
statements 4 'ariU fall Into 'tbV' hands 
of titeadB pin|l foes, and that -some 
will attempt tb ridicule, while othets 
will dtsanajdet (he ^sourse we have 
taken, still iw^ 'declare that all is in 
the Ihterestioli^hc public g'ood. 
ll^ a f ia w c r c d yet. 

The fact jl»l that Prln^Rall, Bos- 
ton Smlth^! Tnomas Qasderson and 
theirt asBoctatea were Inade Master 
Masons in a ,whlte lodge of Masons, 
and that-it%ia:wliUe lodg^ was con- 
necl^l vltlt d^^! Oste'LMitiUry 
RNtnMt;la»»t)iBt tA«i .'Military 
R^miwl^fw^ IkV Boston, Mass., 


holds its charter ot power and au- 
thority from the Grand Lodge of 
England of which !the Grand Lodge 
of England poSttlvely states in plain 
language that it ■ ^annot be misun- 
derstood, that it had ao GraJid l.odg* 
or travelling Lodge connected with 
General Gage's Regiment. The fact 
is that history shows that General 
Gaeg's Regiment had been returned 
t<i England » X^^r and a halt before 
this lime. In face of the foregoing, 
how can any rational being accept 
and defend a lodge of Masonry that 
claims a history that never existed 
and avers that it holds Patent, 
Power and Authority all ot which 
have never been acquired in whole 
or in part? 

^luK^nlc History Approaches the 
West 

The records show that the first 
lodges in Te^as were organized by 
Captain W. D. Matthews, Grand 
Master of the King Solomon Com- 
pjact Grand Lodge, of Kansas, on 
April 10th, 1873, bv organizing 
Mount Bonnel Lodge No. 1< at Au- 
stin, No. 2, San Antoine. No. 3, 
Houston, No. 4, at Galves^n. on the 
19th of August, 1875. .; Thess four 
lodges met at Brenham and orgau- 
ized a Compact' Grand Lodge, with 
N. W. Cuney as Grand Master, and 
J. J. Hamilton as Grind Secretary 
Some years after, about 1885, (the 
■record is not clear) C. C. Dean, 
Grand Master, Rev. A. Grant. W. D. 
G. M.. called a special session of the 
Grand Lodge, elected delegates^ \o 
go to Houston, Texas as special com- 
missioners to meet the Worshipful 
Grand Lodge of white Masons for 
the purpose ot being healed «nd 
chartered. Now according to the 
record found • in Sayles Masonic 
Jurisprudence, on the history of the 
Negro Masonry in Texas, -emphati- 
cally states that these Negro dele- 
gates did appear and did present to 
the white Grand Lodge a petition to 
be healed and qhartered. Sayles 
"-tloes not give the names of the pe- 
titioners. The petition sets forth ) 
that there were six hundred and 
fifty members at that time to be 
healed. 

The record shows that the whit^ 
Grand I^odge appointed a committee 
to investigate the petition and the 
record further shows that the com- 
mittee made the following report: 
(.'ommlttee Reports on Nrsro Ma- 
sonry In Texas 

"We, your committee, find that 
th^ 650 so-called Kegro Masons are 
not Masons and have no business 
with us, nor about us, neither of us. 
If Ephriam U poined to bis idol let 
him alone." 

Now the record further shows 
that this , Grand Iiodge has, sent 
delegates to the General Masonic 
Congress on several occasions atid 
thMe delegates were rejected. 
jvOn July 20th, 1915, the United 
Grand -Lodge of A. T. and A. Ma- 
sons, of England, issued a Masonic 
Credential of Affiliation and recog- 
nition to ILL. 0. L. Mitchell. 33 
decree, M. W. Grand Master of Mi- 
sons, of the State of Texas and its 
Masonic Jurisdiction, which carries 
with it power and authority to heal 


F and A. M., of the State of Cali- 
fornia, and its Masonic Jurisdiction, 
the above authority was duly ex- 
ercised. A certified copy of Masonic 
Credentials is on file in this othce. 
This is the only lawful and regular 
Masonic aTithority among Colored 
Masons in the State of California. 

The Most Worshipful Alpha Grand 
Lodge, Jurisdiction of California, 
was organized Jtt«4 2Sth, 1922, out 
of three lodges xA Master Masous, 
balding warrants ot Constitutions 
from the M. W. King Solomon Grand 
Lodi?e A. P. & A. M. of Texas, of 
the '^ Masonic Jurisdiction and v^s 
incorporated under the laws of i..^ 
Stale ot California, July 21. ;.t22. 
y ILL. W. P. Cook, 33 

^ Deputy Sovereign Com- 

mander A. A. Scottish Rite 
Masons, ot ;the Southern 
and Western Jurisdictions, 
United States, its Terri- 
tories and Dependencies, 
organized at Washington, 
D. iC. April 5ht, 1S69. 


V M. C A. PLANS EXTENSIVE 

PROGRAJt FOR YEAR 

By Wendell P. Gladden, < Jr. 



and Maaoi 
Lodgea 

In the 
WorshipCul 



ijr vlegallze Masons, 
Lodges. 
,tlon of the Most 
lU Grand Lodge A. 


Fall and winter activities of the 
V. M. C. A. have begun with a very 
extensive program for the year. 
^Already the Hl-Y club, an organ- 
ization of high school, boys, has be- 
gun its work. There have been 
three meetings and at each of these 
the boys met in large numbers. 
Elections were held on last Friday 
evening when the f;-olWing. were 
elected officers for the jear; Leroj 
Johnson, , president', Charles DigBg. 
Vice-President;. .Charles Mattl^ewS; 
secretary: C. Carter, Treasurer; 
Clarence Patton, Librarian; Lango 
Dve, Critic; Wm N»r^isse, Reporter, 
and Wallace Matkham, Cl'^plain 
The -installation of these officers has 
already taken place. 6n October 
20 tJie Hl-Y win be the BUests at a 
banquet at^ the Y. M. C Av Secre- 
tary Green. X«clttred that the mem- 
bers look most promising an^ will 
be heard from \xi the future. 

The "Out in tte World ' Club met 
on last WednesdW evening to dte- 
CUES plans for the\uture This 1* 
an organization ot hh^h f<=^ool grad- 
uates and young men out '"the hus- 
iness and professional ^orld Much 
interest as well as comp^tlon may 
be expected from this groUp. 

The younger boys Irom ^ to 1 J 
and from 13 to 15 also have clubs 
respectively. - The fwin.^F 2''%^^: 
gets" and the latter the "Lire-Y-^^ 
Under direction of Mr. Hermto, 
some' of these^ boys have. *" iPnte^ 
talnm^Bt on Monday, October, 9 for^ 
the beneat of the Y. M. C. A^ pU^ 
fund. "Sunshine Sammy Mdrrlson 
heading them. The affair wa^ very 

successSUl* ., ^^ , J 

Prom Ume to time Interestlrijnand 
constructive lectures autf taUta will 
be given by mei prominent In their 
work. Worth while books, news; 
papers, pamphlets, slides, and many 
other things of an educational na- 
ture will always be on hand and up- 
to-^ate. \_ ^ 

A class in Salesmanship, con- 
ducted by a specialist, also employed 
at Central Branch will be another 
feature of our educational work. 
Those wh6 contemplate Ro'nK '"'«' 
busitoeM of aujr: kind wiU be bene-J 
■«H«i fty thia elaan, n many phases 
wm be touched. , 


Religious activities, will help give 
the men and boys that full develop- 
ment which is so necessary for real 
manhood. .1. n 

With the completion of a handball 
court and new equipment in the gym- 
nasium, our physical program will be 
more interesting. Basketball and 
volleyball leagues will be organized, 
a "handball tournament will be an- 
otli^ feature this yeJr. Instruc- 
tion Ijt. wrestlinr wilr'be given by 
Offlcer i^imbrough, and bids fair to 
hold the attention of many. 

More than this the X- ^''^ ^- *• 
will organize a tennis j team and 
stage a tournament in |the spring 
for all branches throughout tffe city, 
A big track meet as a blimax to all 
others will also be hel^ especially 

for the boys. I „ / 

Our w'eekly program follows! 
Monday, Men's Bible Class and Gym; 
Tuesday, boys 9-12 and iGym; Wed- 
nesday, "Out in the Woi*d" club and 
Gvm; Thursday, beys j 13-15. and 
Gym; Friday, "Y'-Notchers; Satur- 
day, Round Table World Problems. 
Older Men; Sunday, Qujet Hour, fl. 
a. m. tor Dormitory Mien; gen's 
Meeiings, 3 p. m- i t 

"Supplementary to tpe primary 
agencies ot society (Gli^e. Church. 
School) we propose, to develop sym- 
metrical, efficient. Christian men and 
boys for the purpose of the; promo- 
tion of Christ's Kingddm." Such 
is the objective of the Association. 
With a corps of enthusiastic co- 
workers, the executive and boys 
Wof|c secretaries hope to accomplish 
much with and for the men ^nd boys 
ot the community. 



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Tuesday afternoon a young boy, 
dirty, unkept and forlorn, dropped 
into the Eagle office "and asked for a 
Job. "Have you ever worked, in a 
print shop?" he was asked. "No 
maam" was the reply. "No, we 
haven't an opening for you at the 
present time." The chap then asked 
if he could borrow thlrtjr or forty 
cents saying that he had had no sup- 
per or-hreakfast. "Where Is your 
home boy?" he was asked. "I come 
from the Imperial Valley." Why iire 
you here?" "I became because there 
ark no pood schools in the valley. ' 
"Was there no provision made for 
Vour cdmlng?" "My father sent me 
tb live with my sister, Mrs. Odessa 
Peiky^y, who was supposed to lire 
somewhere on fifteenth near Hooper 
but mantvflnd her." . ^ '• 

It appeariBd that yonnr Bartley *& 
he gave his name— William Hartley 
came MotidayVgbt over the S. P. 
looked 'for, hlSislster and brother 
in-law Arthur Peavey without avatl 
and theU wentto a hotel somewhere 
\on Central avenue. 

Being questioned for , the Uarne of 
thh hotel in which he was staying it 
dev^oped that he didn't taow.' BUt 
on bMUg given a piece <»f >ioney he 
promlwd to return and gire tb« 
same. \ ^ " ■ - • 

CoHarlees, uncombed,* hlB eyes 
lacking In the cjearnesa -that; belongs 
to youth heXahultled aleuK nor ap- 
peared again. \Ib his stolry trust If 
not what Is a )ad In his teens dpiug 
loose aid uncaged for ' In. a plac» 
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FIGHT TO A I>R.4W 


Madison Square Garden was 
rded ob W'Sfiaesday night to wit- 
the Hack House and Ted 
Bcble boat whii !: t^ad be«a billed 
the meeting -.vh- re the big "*o- 
' would come oS. After a very 
-line of boui--. fire of them in 
liber, the main event was an- 
Bced. Both battlers entered tbej 
confident. Mack House with, 
»o defeats of hia opponent, one a I 
K. O.. the other one a foul. 1 
arally was old man confidence 
elf and went into the rizii; in ; 
kt condition of mind. Frenchie. j 
kt tough old bird wa.s just as con- 1 
It, and came into the ring with a' 
m determination to whip Mack 
and ife verily believe thar' it 
had been another round to go. 
tt Frenchie would have been re- 
ued a virtor. A= it was th-? 
■dges and refere*- .ailed the b"U'. 
draw and look at it from all an^- 
a draw verdict cannot be iiu-s- 
ned. It was well worth going to 
and sometime in tht- (utur- the 
don of "who's who" bet leen. 
•A rattling good card is announced 
the arena on next W-.iuesday 
kt: one of the boui- "1' he be- 
en Jenny Lang and Kul Biondie. 
fans all turn out ' > -'--- Biondie 
action, altho E'oI ::.-;n will; Tie 
»Ith each oth. r ror phyiiiGal; su- 
aacy and pr •::! ur Brbw^n will 
re ns a card *• rt!i soing^miles to 

fThe Lee-An.t r-.'n bout has been 

off on a'Tount of ;h- impos- 

lility of securing him a worthy 

anent. 


J.*«hK!jOH.NS<»i AND WIIX8 I.\ A 
}iEiLR FIGHT. FRIE.VDS SflP- 
ARATB BIG FELM)\V.S; PRE8S 
I^ASS WT1J>> ON THE ri£M 
H.\.SO.N FKiHT. '' 

W York. Oct. 6.— Harry Wills, 
logilcal contender for Ja'k Dempsey's , 
heavyweight crown, added another I 
victami to his credit at Madison ; 
Squjari Garden Friday night in the; 
perioij of Clem Johnson, who attt^r; 
takin.gt a beating for H rounds, was 1 
saT&l from a knockout by the re- 1 
I'erae i stopping matters as he was i 
lyinjg iielpless on the ropes untler I 
htak-y ifirt- m the twelfth round.' 
Johnson was completely outclassed | 
audi he showed only two things to j 
his i credit — that he was game and j 
cnuld Etake a beating. Clem man- 1 
a if J If stay as long as he did only I 
by .[liijching and hugging. 

.^.^parently Wills could have fin- j 
i-hfd Johnson any time after th:^\ 
'rst rbund. but he seepied content 
•i. Ift^his opponent hug and cUmh 
whetefer he wished. Just why is a ! 
auestichi. and it certainly did -lot re- j 
fleet I much credit on Wills, because 
of the fact that somewhere in Ken- 
tucky ! last winter he disposed of 
Johnson in much qulcfee. time. 

Tl^e match was ncita popular one. 
notwiithstanding SOi fact that the 
boxing ;commis8ion pat._>t»-<tamp of i 
apprcvil on it. Much sevefrr criti- ' 
cism fitom the daily press, led by | 
George ? B.t'oderwood of tho Tele- | 
grainldiRScted at the Garden man- | 
agemjeti. for<ed a public .showing of I 
Johnioii at Grupp's gymnaiiium to i 
newspaper men and members .>f tfae' 
' r.inniisaion Wednesday afttrnoon ; 
prior[to|the;tig^. At this particular 
was narrowly a-. 


bibitloi tree of charge between Jack 
and himself without the boxing com- 
mistion's approval. — Chicago De 
fender. . « 

OAXJiV BOWARI^'AND \ ILLA 

MATCHED TO PIGHT OCT. 23. 

New York, Oct. «. — Danny Ed- 
wards, the PaciSc Coast tiantam, 
who boxed Irish Johnny Ciirtin last 
week, kas been signed by his man- 
ager, George P. Moore, to box Pan- 
cho Villa, world's flyweight . cham- 
pioii, at the Boston arena. Boston. 
Mass., on Oc(. 23. 

Edwards has gone to White Sul- 
;>hQr ' Springs where Charlie Whttf 
:-? training ter his c-cmiug fight wiih 
'f;enny Leonard. He will make Hi 
pounds for • Pancho. If Edwards 
t>!as decialTely he m:iy be matcbfd 
to box Joe Lynch tor the world's 
bantamweight title. — Defender. 


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VI«TORV OVK.K CUOI 
4«>H\S<>\ 


tin taking tw Ut ■ouniis to def-at 

; Johnson la.-i Friday evening at, 

S<fuar^' Harden. Harry Wil!^; 

himself op^ n to severe criticistu ' 

' the daily pr,<?. and this criti. i-':!! 

f «, in a way. well deserved. | 

_lcourse. we art aware of the fa. t ! 

f"?*«iome writers wjuld i:n.i faul' 

"^ anything that Wiils might d.. j 

he knocked Johnson ont in ou.ft 

ante they would accuse him 'jf. 

kg a set up: nowfBey a.rii^el 

of ont b^Bg in a ila=s »'.ih! 

Spsej". because. Johnson stayedl, 

_>!ve rounds with hun | 

, or conrse, th^y don't r- i;-;niber 

that Jacjt Brennan went ;hat exact i 

lumber of rounds at the Wry same) 

lee with the champion, and ihat; 

..ennan had the better of tri^ P.ght I 

jlOEt of .the way. a thing of which 1 

fohnson wtll nt ver h-^ ab4e to boast. 

iBt theipDempsey i.- i hampion. and 

champion can do i:.i vi ron?. ', | 

Nevertheleas thi; iriti(i--m! of ( 

Jlarry Wills is well d^'.-'-ived inas-j 

luch as he will tak" .-ui^'n chances 

rith thes^ colored men wBo .-^eem tp 

working with Itbo^e white folkfe^ 

lirons of seeing Will; '^llminatedj 

e.a a bout for the world's heavy-'- 

_llt title. I 

'Wliat ha-s Wills to gain in a hunt I 

llth such a man a= Ji>hnson? .\ f"»i j 

ars that will inevitahly be thp.| 

kBse of his losing a fojtupe- ani' 

Dry; that only one other cri'Ted 

kn' has ever attained in th<i; world ; 

sport. Is he so in need of money' | 

X he cannot wait to see wluit next i 

nmer will'brine forth? ' i 

l\ disqualification such as the j 

Ljs^e' seemed anxious to de.-lare j 

' Friday evening, or a broken i 

such as he w^as in danger of! 

eiving from hamtnering Johnson's I 

um^ would undoubtedly elim- ! 

kte him as a further contender for] 
Mnpsey's crown, "li'et. with all this | 
^ stake he continues to allow Paddy j 
Xnllins to drag liira into tne ring I 
llth every lorn. Dick and Harry, i 
-If Wills must fight in order to ( 
ove bis right to meet Dempsey. | 
doesn't Mullins match him with 
hnson's white stablemate. BiU 
_.«onan. or some other whitt; heavy- 
leiSht that Dempsey has whipped? 
nr relative abilities could be de- 
fined much better m thiS way 
hough at the rtrst cry of foul 
„ is apt to be a "fall guy" iNi- 
. a man of strong character oc- 
lies the tbird place in the ring. I , 
.tixe there is no need of such a ! 
»tch. as Wills has shown more 
n Carpentier or any one else that i 
la been mentioned as an opponent 
Dempeey. but I just suggest this j 
iT argninent Mke. I 

lAiiyhow if 'Wills persists in tak-| 
nich chances as the one of last' 
taty night he wUl have no one to j 
■e but himself and Paddy Mul- , 
If Jbne finds another man pre- 
_ to meet Dempsey next July 
-NEW YORK XEWS. 


verted {n (^hich Jack Johns.)n was 
one i5 tiie principal figures. ( 

.\f ijer I Leo P. Flvnn. Johnson's' 
manake^, had rfeceivtd oHiclal no- ; 
tice tp have his proteg<- perform tlo- 
shr"«*d manager seUi t. d men from i 
his ofcvn stable, nam»ly. Bill Bren-^ 
nan and Kid Norfolk, and a coapU 
of other; paces. Grupp's was crowd- 
ed to I the doors. 

In |th0 midst of all th^■ eiciimeni 
Jack Jolinsori walked 'n\ with G ors?- 
Godfrey.' a Western heavy, for whor.i; 
the fcrn^er champion has been try- 
ing to secure soniie matches, and by 
iliplnmatfc methods rt'ached th.^' 
ring »r.i| made a speech to ihe ef- ; 
,f-ct thati the only way^io try Clem | 
<.ut »ias ito let ttiiu box four rounds 
witia (Socifrey. j 

Th'l crowd asre>'d 'with JacR. The'j 
matcWwas put on and Godfrty made. 
a sucM*r'out of the big fellow. Im- 
niediat'elv after this, so it was al- 
leged. Johnson walked over to Wills. 
vvh(?, also; was training at Grupp'.= 
and said; 'Harry. Godfrey is the 
logical mjin to meet you," Wills 
t'jld Jack, Johnson in plain words 
that he wanted to have nothing to 
do with him. The two nieu were 
about to come '-'■'• blows whep friends j 
sc para|te'd| them Friends of both; 
rr.<;n ar^ti-.d the .situation pro and. 
i.in and tor a time i"t looked as if i 
th-re would be a free-for-all flglU 

Later in the afternoon; of t'ne same 
day Godfrey learned that Juck had 
..-old his conjtract to a white, man 
without his ^knowled^o. When last . 
se<fn by a reporter Of this pam-r . 
OfK-re*! wa? !■ oking for Jack. Ac- 
cot-ding to Godfrey, had he known; 
thij before Jai-.k left the gymnasiutn; 
the p{lblic mie;ht have had the op-, 
portunity of witnessing a fiiie t-x- ' 


PL.4VS AXV PL-iVEKS s 

9y Piauk S 

The Wcit is oeignuing to realise ^ 
the value ot tolored prOductJons. ^ 
i'an Francisco is preparing to pro- 
vide a colored show. Los Angeles 
has made her debut with "Chuckles"' 
the first musical comedy with an. 
■all star colored cast of W^estern ma- 
t rial. Pierson Producing Cumpa^iy 
present this production, and there are 
ether companies now rehearsing 
Billy Tucker's Buzzing Around Gojn- 
pany Plantation Revue. ■ i 

If these organizations live np .fo 
the reputation of- Eastern coiored 
troductions; the West will sooi^ ri- 
val the East. 

The Pierson Producing Company 
will journey to Florence. California 
to present a Vaudeville for the Open 
Forum Friday Oct." 13th. 

Jonnie .Xjiderson. composer »of 
the music for "Chuckles " will leave 
tor Chicago after Oct. 3i)th. 

Lila Boyd w-ill again be ?een as 
"'C(iuck'" in ""Chuckles" 

j. Blue promising young ?.ctor 
w^ho appeared as "Jose in " Chuckles." 
«iil he soon known as the Charles 
Gilpin' of the coast. 

\V.:^bb King. ihe_ Los .Vnii'Ies 
lavriie has joined Pierson s Pro- 
(iurmg Company 

Catherine Ree.-.. { .Mrs. Wm E. 
Pierson) will feature ■■L(jnesome" 
by jonnie .\nd>r>in, assisted by a 
quart, t in "Chuckles" 0<t 3i)th. 

.\twell Rose first violinist. fir 
"Chuckies" is playing with Dry's 
Sur.?'.:n'- Orchestra at th.' Planta- 
tion Revue. 

La .N'eil Pier-on wi'I..-oon be 
know-ii as on.' of th ' :~r..'utrst char- 
ar.rer .ur irs in th, W^-l. She wii; 
piay- the role of "Betty"' m ""Chuck- 
les." .Miss Pierscii creat.-d this part 
;iariiig ih" firtt pr-duction of 
■ Chuc'.vU s.' She states that the in- 
•erpre'ation of fnc l;>2i 'r'lapper. 
V, 111 bf stroni;.?r on Ort Sijth. H--r 
bv-v.-uid "bid vou g'Ot nie. " 

Philharnioiiic should 'oe crowded 
twice this- month, first Occ. 17th 
when Florence <"ole Talbert sings; 
second, Om. 3uth. for "Chuckles."' 

These two dates i^eed you support. 
Giv.e it to them. [ 



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RAPIDLY RISING IN THE WORLD. AND THEN AS<XRT^liQW 
THEY ARE DOING IT. | '- a ^ U^^e:,.-|,/-;5:'^. 

IN NINE CASES OUT OF TEN YOU WILL FIND THET flAVE J>UR- 
CHASED THEIR HOMES^ OFTEN ON EASYJTERIIS, WHILE ITHEIR 
LESS ENTERPRISING |»EiGUE<» I5 STUXPAVlll^i^NTJ ; 

A WORD TO THE W|$E IS SUFFICIENT. IF YOU HAytUCk VeT^ 
STARTED ON A HOME OF XOUR 0W|^, D0 N&rDELAtjj J 

OBTAIN FULL PAHTICUU^GOfiCERIiilNdSQMt^Q^ TH^^OOtr,. 
HONEST VALUES, WHSCH 1 AM OI'FERING OKTER|fSjTHA.T 
CAN FAIL TO BE SATiSrACTORY. MY PAS1^SEPUTATK>N IS 
A GUARANTEE THAT THOSE WHQ DEAL TMHUSfY^RM WILL 
AF FULLY PROTECI^. 



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Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 


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MK.vs CI, in .\y i,.\.sT 

A sroiip of tht most pr,.ni:neiit 
business and professional iien of the 
<ity have finally aw^akened' to thi 
call and have ocganized what is iio 
b; soon known as the most e:i- 
<!usive yet pppular and iniiuenciai 
n.en"s clubs west of Chuaog. 

I's object is to have an appropri- 
ate anl well equipped club i-.ous.. to- 
preet and intertain all prominent 
and distinguished \is?Lcrs to our 
( ity. in other words ro till iti the 
"'mlssini; link" which .- colored 
populaticn of this lity".^ :-iie should 
support in its effort toward .N'eero 
uplift. 

.\ membership drive y.as op ned 
this week and theii- K.mtng out af- 
fair will be announced tater. 




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„„„^ Slkl. the Senegalese sol- 
«ko won the light-heavyweight 
hip of the world by Ws 
of Georges Carpentier. will 
is this country. According 
Tvports. he will fight Kid 
"at Mttdiaon S<|aare Gardea 

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k tke writer has seen this son ^ 

ta •ctlon there will be no, 

paMed on his capabilities 

thonsti I do' not belieTe__ 

as good a man in win- 

, the Trench idol aa Demp- 

i by the trial hone Rick- 
•or the, oeeaaion 

of ♦•N«»rtolk,'* mo one 
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Tike Season's Most 
taut Event 


FLORENGE COLE-TILBERT 


LOS ANGELES' OWN SWEET 
SINGER— FRESH FROM EAST- 
ERN AND SOUTHERN TRIUMPH. 

HiiDianDonic AD&orimii 

FIFTH AND OUVE 

Tuesday Eve, Oct. 17. 

AT 8:15 P. M. 

Florence Cole 

TALBERT 

Coloratura soprano 

Assiated by leading local Utlent in a 
program pleasing to alL 

I AosiRces N. A. A. C. P. 

ADMISSION: $1.00; 75c; 50c; 
Boxes $1-50. Exchange tickets at 
boi^^o^^e NOW to avoid long v^ait- 

tnglline Tuesday nfght. 

SEATS ON SALE': Spikes Bros., 
1203 Central Are.; Johnson's Pkar- 
macy, 1900 W. Jefferson; Mrs. J. M. 
Scott, 1011 E. 16th. 

The Detroit Free Press says of 
Mmie. Talbert: 

"Mme. Florence Cole-Talbert 
hni tasted fame followiac ker Re- 
cital at Ac^ian Hall in New York 
wk«n Burleiyh, the famous cooHtos- 
er ^edaerd, "Her voice was so flex- 
ible^ free ami brilliaat tkat I was 
delitrlited."' ! , 

Sisce tken she has sung m the 
greatest cascert halls in the world. 
Heair her without faU TUESDAY 
NIGHT. OCT. 17TH at PHILHAR- 
MONIC. ^ II 

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THE CAOFCMINIA EAGLE 




Published every Saturday at 
824 Central Ave., Lo^ A^yeles. 

Phone 1B4M4 


Enteried as Second Glatt 
Matter, Noverr\^t 17, 19ia, at 
Cal., under th,^ S.it of March 3, 
lft79. 


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' Subsciriptiaii Price 

One Year $2.00 

Six Months... 1.25 

Threo Months...... 75 

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INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS. 


The principal ambition which 
Ave have is the salvation of the 
race along industrial and bus- 
iness lines. Of course we real- 
ize that cleanliness jn politics 
is of great moment and our 

. chief concern in politics is to 
keep the crooks in their places. 
But getting. back to industrj', 
thrift and business, this phase 
is the solution of all the prob- 
lems which confront us and f^r 
that reason we must eschew the 
small, trivial things which we 
engage in from time to time 
and center our forces oh the in- 
dustrial and business sides of 
effort. What are we doing in 
the realm of industry? This 
is a question which should at- 
tract our undivided attention 
and if upon investigation we 
fall short in making a showing 
along this line of effort we 
should not hesitate to get busy! 
and get in on industry even to | 
a greater degree than we make 

• the effort to get in on politics. 
Then along the Une of business 
we should ever strive to keep 
in the front ranks in our ef- 
forts to succeed. The race 
needs to make the greater ef- 
fort because w^are the farth- 
erest behind, inract we were 

the last ones to start. Let's 
line up and keep tuned up on 

all the various lines of business. 


Senate, and how well he kept 
his word and with resounding 
voice whose sincerity cannot be 
mistaken he champions the 
cause of the black man. Stand- 
\^g there ilike Sumner, Conk- 
linir, InnAls and other great 
statesn^in he speaks for a race 
and he is heardt^he is unafraid 
as to the effect, his position 
will have\poit his future polit- 
ical life, he is standing: lor jus- 
tice, for fair play and a square 
deal. 1 

Samuel Shortridge has trtily 
made good as a Senator and 
the people of all classes appre- 
ciate his service to the utmost. 


UNITE FORCES. 


We have lately attendu.i 
many meetings of all clauses 
and elements of the white peo- 
ple and We note, no matter how 
divergent their views may be, 
there is one thing that they are 
all together on, and that is or- 
ganization in its fullness, ajso 
that hatred of and unhorsing 
one another is not in their 
category of thought or action. 
Black leaders why not emu- 
late this trait in our white 
brother? If you should you 
would get somewhere, and too 
,i.t.. would be mucli . pleasanter 
than the continued battle and 
strife which is the barrier in 
the Jiath of real progress. 


for labor I have all respect, but for 
capital I have no respect. 

Speaking of dlBcrtmioation he 
said, conditions In tills very city are 
appaling, that there are restaurants 
here that would refus^t a black lady 
a bite to eat, ev«n though she 
might he pregnant, and the man 
who refused her service mt^ht be a 
robber, a murderer or a drissed up 
dude. • -if 

I hold rio prejudice in my /heart a- 
gainst no man ^on acconnt of the | 
color of his skin. I regard all men 
ai. «ood as I am. I am looking for- 
ward to a better day, wheiv men will 
be regarded as men and not as mere 
things. 

Mr. Mitchell held his audience 
spelV bound for about 40 minutes, 
and at the close of his address they 
applauded for at least 7 minutes. 

On commenting, many of the 
union leaders staged that this was. a.u 
education that they all were' in need 
of and Invited him' to address ttieaa 
again. ^ 

This Is one of the many oc-casions 
tliat Mr. Mitchell proved himself a 
friend and a fight«r for the colored 
man and the race should be proud 
ol him. 


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CONI^ER.JOHNSON & COMPANV 


UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
W|boM Cb«rteeus Treatment and Polite Service PleaMa f- 
These They Serve. 


HKV. I.IGHtXBR HOXOK|i'l) l\ 
FIX>R1DA 

Recipient 6t many social favors 


WAY OFF ON CIRCULATION 


Te newest newspaper combi- 
nation starts out with plenty of 
. nerve, when with , audacity it 
claims to have the greatest cir- 
culation than any other race 
journal in the United States ex- 
cepting the Defender. When 
as a matter of fact all Negro 
newspapers refrain from cir- 
culation figures except to ad- 
vertisers, for the reason that 
none of them have anything 
like they should have and to 
keep from showing lip-the race 
the papers generally soft paHat 
circulation. However, no pap- 
er has yet been established 
which can qualify on bona fide 
subscription without at least 8 
to 5 years existence. For who 
knows Oiat a paper will carry 
ilts sub^ription list the second 
year of its existence. Outside 
of all this there are at least a 
score of papers west of Chicago 
which have^a greater circula- 
tion than alM>f the Negro pap- 
ers west of the Mississippi the 
Eagle ranks <vay out in front 
and would not' dare to make 
■uch misstatements of facts, to 
do so makes the one who is 
guilty of this perversion of the 
truth look silly. 


SENATOR SHORTRIDGE. 


Years agd whj|> standing in 
the office of Senator , Samuel 
Shortridge in the ChroQicie 
Building in San E»nci8C0, he 
pounded his desk ^- with his 
clinched list as he tead of the 
horrors of lynching and -.tta 
mistreatment genera,!^ ©f^iBl? 
Negro and 8aid,^'If ']f c«h isvat 
re»ch the halls «i^€<iigriai;l 
will .stand on the~doott there- 
•f and with all my -power ad- 
vocate justice for thia people." 

We were impreeaed at the 
tiima ; but Mr. Shortridge being 
te' Congress was ao iar ;^tc^ei 
tlUttr We soon gavie op 'fit- dam 
pfir; but in due time oppMitsn^ 
Itf ksoeked at his- doof", he 
b*da it enter and he atvodv 
•nfl^ thvlujls of CoDsy^w 4p4 
iiiach 4; ahdrt apiee- ^jf^' ■' twio 

oeiMN a«A 


OUR CONFEREES ARE 
THE PEOPLE. 

The Eagle may not be in on 
some of the high brow con- 
ferences, but we are always in 
on the conferences with the 
plain, common, everyday peo- 
ple and these are the ones 
whom we feel honored to 
.serve. 

The regular Republican tick- 
et, headed by Friend Richard- 
son and Hiram W. Johnson has 
the unqualified support of thia 
paBer. We shall not whine 
around for a hand out for our 
service, we will contribute just 
the same as aiiy other averasje 
Republican for the success of 
the party al the polls in Ivov- 
embei. ' 

No imposing parades er en- 
dorsement of prominent citfz- 
ens to testify to our worth v/ill 
be engaged to svjfoop down on 
'oUtical manajjeii to tell them 
who we are. On the contrary 
if they ever gfet a line on us it 
will be through our merit and 
demonstration ci being worth 
vhile. 

Another killing on Hooper 
near ,2:^nd St. makes us pause 
and look' around again for the 
cause which makes us some- 
times believe some of the many 
untoward things which we hear 
relative to a screw being loose 
in some of the machinery, our 
investigators are busy however 
and will in due time give to us 
a true report. 

There s^ms to be a multi- 
plicity of hooch venders and 
bootleggers at every turn. We 
predict that at no far distant 
date the people will call for a 
deliverance from. , th^s condi- 
tioij. i . . 


Strong or weak the Soaring 
Eagle deals not in words of 
self-conceit, but gives at all 
times a practical demonstration 
of real service to the race. 


A STRONG APPSALi FOB JUSTICE 


At 10:3(1 o'clock last Wednesday 
morning before.jik.hnKe audience of 
striking raHway~)^en, assembled in 
tb»aadltorllu)i.«^*tIi^L>abor Temple, 
Mr. Lewia;^fti^«U;.,M|die an urgent 
app«^,f«>r^^^^|f^^Pa justice for 
X^<><ta»0«i^^0ifiia;i0^iltei black 

UtH^trimei bU heartfelt sympa-^ 
thy^ I^r'^Ou) itrtkiag 8hQ> men In. 
th«ir4kfet{Qr a better existance. .\ 

Tte ;ct«ttt • jTMpoiiiiuiitr toif 
•itltWami-lofftiofita J« ^ue Urgtilf 
to tbii( comipt«d economtoal and 


(luring bjs extensive trips south we 
make note of the mention accorded 
liira in a Floridan JournaJ: 

Last Mondtiy evehing. Attorney 
and Mrs. S. E. McGiU entertained a 
number of thf ir friends at their res- 
idence, informally, to meet the Rev. 
and Mrs. E. E. LIghtner and little 
daughter, of l.os Angeles, Cal.. who 
were making i brief visit to the 
city and wereFguests of the .McGills 
HI their residence, Np. 2.') West 
I'nion street. ^ 

in, the receiving llnei with Rev. and 
Mrs.' Lightndr stood Mrs. J. C. 
Wright of Edjward Waters College, 
and callers bdgan to arrive early in 
the evening, and continued uotil 
after 10 o'clock. i 

Mrs. McGill most admirably filled 
her place as hostess, and every pleas- 
ure of the evening was tendered lo 
•(•11. Prominent among the callers I 
Were Gen. and, Mrs.'W. W. Andrews, 
President and Mrs. J. C. Wright. 
Mme. Zara Cully Brown and sister, 
Attorney and Mrs. N. K. McQill, apd 
many others. "•. 

rtetreshments of the season were 
served and the hours passed were en- 
joyed by all. . 

This was Rev. Lightnfer's first 
visit to Florida, and he was delight- 
ed to find it sq much tike Calitofnia. 
He first met Mr. and Mrs. McGill last 
summer when ithey were touring the 
far West and i't was at the home of 
Kev. and MrsL LIghtner they were 
most hospitably entertained while in 
I.cs Angeles. Mrs. LIghtner is a 
Floridi^n, born in Quincy, and is a 
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. 
Vi'. H. Hardon, one of the leading 
capitalists and p.romoters of that 
West Florida City at one time. She 
Is also a cousin of M.r. McGill. 

Rev. LIghtner is |»stor of a largfc 
Congregational Church in the city o{ 
Los .Angelbs. ' | Last Sunday, accom- 
psinled by Mr; McGill, he worshipped 
at Laura Street Presbyterian Church. 
Last Tuesday, he and his ,vlle and 
daughter left ^or Quincy. tht birth 
I-iace of Mrs. ; LIghtner, wher3 she 
visited relativ^ and old friends be- 
fore taking leive of this side of the 
continent for tpe far western home. 



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EQUIPPED WITH OUR OWN HEARSE A^D SEVEN 
PASSENGER CAR, WE AHE PREPARED TO DO SER- 
VI tE THAT WELL SATISFY. 

We invite the public to viiiit and inspect our Parlors 
and complete Show Rooms. '^ 

Lady Attennant for Women and Chfldren -^ 

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OUR PRICES ARE RIGHt | 


A Cure for Qbstinat'e; Colds 

We Mamjifadurc K 4 . 

We have a full Ime'tof PLOUGH'S BLACK AND 
WHITE; Mmd WALlliR'St OV£RTON*S and 
PALMER'S TblLEtiOrnCLES: also a Bm of 
STRAIGHTENING C^iffiS.; 


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the wprkMtt jAouM .own and control 
a food iKiwspaper Ig ivery city of 
SQir «ia» to M^ tritf the bauies of 
tbo worktag ^isa.' 

. B« *pelif^^4^ the taUlity of the 
white y<rBil|ijgi aWr i»ocee<iing 
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Pleased to hote the progress of 
Negro buslnesj in this sectioi) we 
now s'.t hand i.o pen the entrancfe of 
the Franklin] Brothers- into the 
hrothferhood. A little Wore than a 
month ago thiry Opened their doors 
to the public ai 2212 Naomi, ^(Terlng 
a complete linle of groceries, meats 
vegetables. Already through the 
courteous treatment of their patrons 
they have won their respect and 
good word. 

Now in this immediate vicinity; 
there are no colored groceries but 
there are twoi grocery stores oper- 
ated by white^ a block or so away. 

We are hoping' that the people .of 
the neighborhbod will rally to this 
store fbr we realize that to build up 
a colored busihess is simply helping" 
yourself. I 

, The Franklt^ Brothers guarantee 
you satisfaction and prices as low 
as you can gelt at any other store. 
Their goods aife strictly fresh. They 
are endeavoring to build up their 
business to a delivery service. 

Even if you have to go a block: 
out of your way — what la that? 

The Jew or the Japanese does not 
scorn to walk 'or ride many blocks 
to bnild up their buaineEs. Let us 
jcet wise and Irade With the Prank- 
Ua Brothers. 2212 Naomi Phone S. 
S831-J, 


Huinah«b!story and experience have taught us that 
many jpiitrsons believe mat a head of naturally long 
and bes^ful hair, a heahhy scalp and a lovely 
smooth comple:nOn come from luck* but they do 
nqt ^Constant oare and the frequent' use of 
prev£TaBons-x>f proven merit are the secrets. 


Pse Madam C. J. Walker's 


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Vegetable Shampoo 

Pure, thoroly cleanses 
hair and st^alp. 


Glossiiie -' 
To soften dry, 
curly hair. 





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BRAIN . 
BYES 
EAKS - 
OSB 
AT 

ARMS 

»«ARt 

xuNGs: 

LIVER ,■ 
STOMACH : 
PANCREAA. ;' 
SPLEEN J^',f 
KIDNEYS !-.k.' 
SMALL B6M/EL 
LARGK BOWEL 
GENTJ iL ORGANS^ 
THIGHS & LEGS 

By retfrrmg to tht sbove illusiritionyou will tec 
ncar^ the lowfr end a magmifitJ illuKrarfao of a 
normal and an impinged nerve. Fife: I '»h«wr» a 
nerve in perfect liealtb, perfctrmingVitS function as 
nature intended. ' Fig. 2 shows a tierve impitHfed, 
and llie flovi of vital energy obstroocd. Fig. } 
•hofft vertebra out of alignmtnii ( (ub^uxatied ) 


CHllipPftACTlC 
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Peo{>les 

PATIENTS 

likcEIVE 
, MY 
PERSONAL ' .! 

SERVICE X'' 


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W, A. MESSICK, Chiropractor 

. (8 Years Practice) 
jQdq Mason BIdg., S. E. Cor. 4th and Broadway 
s !*'^'" Doc't Mistake Number 

Hours — 11 to 12 and 3 to 5 and by Appointment 

■J^ Monday, Wedaosday and Friday to 8:00 p. m. /■ 

-l'lt<tXK 147.-i»l ; ' nBSmEKCK 7097S4 

»^AYFERN HAIR GROWER BETTER THAN THE BEST 

^Cuires all scalp diseases, Stops hair from falling and starts it 
'^at (pi^ce to grow. 


Wo^erhi! I|air Grower 

NoinisheD apd sdmulfltesthegrowth of stubborn, lifeless hair.' 

. iV. 'Tetter Sfilye ' ; ' i.. 

\^ , Per Tetter, Ecz^g and Itching Scalps. * . V 
Pour prepamtionf etpecially rechmmended forthort.thin and fallifltf hair, 
letter and e^cevia of the acalp. Sent aa trial treatment for SI. SO. 

Cn^l«-xioa flbap Superfine Pfoe. Powder Qeaasina Cream 
WUch Haket JeOy Campact Ronae Vaaiahina Cream 

Wodd lenofwaad and made to aid yon hav« a lovely, amooth ronple^on. 
Po^dafe at Dtai Storea, of Ageo<>«i>d bf Mail. 

* ' ' i,. Frei Booklet— Write To-day 

The Na|itt G. J. Walke? Mi^. Oo^ Inc. 

64<rR. West St.« Indiaaapolto, IwL 


CARD OF THANKS 


Va' Wish X» thank our many 
trtwti who so lovincly reinemberod 
.... «s wfthaHt* 01 flwers and tokeaat'i 

Ta'HIIajkiiMttatrBgtIa.for justhni: ot ioTa in thia hour of our beneaye 


men! in the pawing of our beloved 
jiusband, hnoth&r and pastor, Rev. 
W. J. Seymour, pit The^ Azosa Apois- 
telic Paith IHialcm Churchy 

,J[j^n(e M. Seymoitr. 
A. Moore 


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We do Shamp6oin^, manicuring, dyeing, manufacturing, 
and give Violet Ray Treatments. 

MAYFERN GROWER 50c MAYFERN STRAIGHTEN 50c 
\ '^- (Mail Orders given prompt attention) 

\ /h f ' , MadeOtolyby ,!■ 

\ . 1 . MABEL STOVALL SPIVEY I 

1424 Hboper Ave . Phone So. 4281-J 

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LET MB TREAT YOUH-SCALP A^ 
IT WILL DO THB SAMB FOR Ydtit' 
POR6 WILL DO THBS.-JiVORK Jt' 

Vovn SCALPS ireHiist'oR ysm 

HAIR IS FALLINQ OUT. 

— — phoSte BDWT. Sits— 

MKS^,M^^tTIE JA^KSOir 

1116-1117 EAST lOTH 8T. • 

LOS ANOBO^BS CALIP.' 


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llUSTICiE OF^SiiE PEACE 


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GROCEiaESi.js«lMTS AND, 


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! MRS. FANNIE WrIIAMS 

BEAUTY PARCOR 
I SCALP SPECIALIST 

>j Phone: Wost 2947 
Williams' Wondeif af Excel- 
sior Hair Groweiif i^ranteed 
to grow the HAl^ dne^haif 
Inch a tooiitti. I caiinot ttrge 
-yjou too strongly to try my 
tt^atmwBt. vNo master how 
short itttd atpbborii ■ ypiiy. hajr 

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The SclHiffle Along Shb^ of Coast 

4O~PEOPLE~40 ij 


OIR PROBLEM IX THE ftOl'TH 


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By: GfOTfre H. Dunoia 

In a special interview for the 

, Ragle Wednesday, George Himman, 

r>. D. , Pacific District Secretary 

American Missionary Association, de- 

oiared (bat never liad there been a 

time in the hktory of oar coantry. 

^inore importanf Xi^ at tUL« jtreaknt 

'tfine for educated men and women 

throuKhout the Soath. 

Mr. Hinman informed me of the 
ronditioQS there and the great woric 
that the white missionary soctetieb 
are doing for the beneflt of edacat- 
!ng of the Negro race'fn the Soath- 
••rn belt. Many northern Negroes 
do not know of the noble worlc the 
American Millenary Association is 
doing for bur Southern brothers. 

The American Missionary Society 
wa« organized seventy-flTe years 
ago for tl^e deporting of Negro 
slaves" to Africa so that they might 
bfcom^ a free people. 

Ever since then the society . has 
been diong great worli for the im- 
provement of our conditions. 

They , have founded maoy schools 
in various sections of the Soath, and 
have established many congregations 
and churches. He also informed me 
of the great work Fisk, Hampden 
and Tuskegee are doing toward 
educating teh race, 
in various paria of the south arc 
somewhat -different. In West Vir- 
giniar and Tennessee, the 


safe enough to constitute a natural 
monopoly. 

Humanity gives to each his right. 
We are guided by reason and com- 
mon sense In ohr Insistence that 
there is more than one system of 
therepeutics known to and preferred 
by intelligent people. They have 
the right to cboose whichever sys- 
teiw they prefer. 

The Medical profession would 
have us believe that they are a di- 
vinely authorjzed cless, whose sac- 
red function is the protection of the 
people, either ■*rith or without their 
consent. 

It is diSIcult ior iu> to understand 
en what grounds soch an irrational 
belief can rest. Why should M. D's 
aspire to be the courts of last ap- 
peal? Is it their special province to 
dictate the terms of public health, 
public legislation? 

H. DOUGLAS GREER Pres. 
R. G.- LAMAR. SECT. 


<rr THIS OCT AXD .>iAiii rr ix 


If you are interested in your mus- 
ical education, the free .scholarship 
otter of the Wilklns Piano Academy. 
Kindly fill in the following: 

Name ' •• ■ 

Phone 

Address ■" 

This Df^ans that you are not. plac- 
ing yourself under any obligation 
whatever by signing your name. 
Negroes I 1325 Central Avenue. 


are making a great stride in pro- 1 HKLP MAliB 

gresn. they have established large fi- 1 MEN WANTED: for Detective work. 

nanclal institutions and opportunity ] Experience unnecessary 

awaits every one; while on the oth .-.->__ 


er hand, conditions in some sections 
of Georgia, Alabama, Florida and 
Mississippi are in the same stage as 
they were when slavery reicned. 

"What can remedy these condi- 
tions?" I then asked him. 

"The reply," was that they need- 
ed every educated Negro aM; in 
teaching them the word of Qpd and 
education. It is not necessary for 
the missionary to go to Africa to 
ii«ek the ignorant, but send then to 
our own country flrst. Both vrtiite 
and black rac^s in these parts are 
nfty years behind times. 

Taking into - consideration ^ the 
chances oor Race has had withi oth- 
ers, they have progressed more '^han 
any other race in a short tin^ dur- 
ing the history of the world. 


THK cAUwmsiA crnag xs ctv- 

IC LBAOUK TAJUM IWFCnTK 
STAND FOB THK CHWOPKAC- 
TIC INTTIAnVB. VOTB -TM" 

OX TOK ntopoeKD cmiio- 

FRACnc ACT— NO. 1«. 

After careful conatderaUon Tbe 
C^omla Citizens Clvte LcMue 
tarors the adoption of the Clilro- 
prsetic Initiative. On NoretalMr 
tk« wrenth this proposition wtil ^ 
•staUUed to the voters. We orge 
jcm vote "yee," not in defeofa at the 
■eaaare alone, but that this azvres- 
ylea may be taken as the eoaadMI- 
tmrnf alBrmation ot your belief in 
the BpMta of Jutlce and fair play. 

■nUl organisation {lolda that chlr- 

pTsetora should b* allowed to serve 

r-aad aabaerve the better interests of 

liunyaity. In thib they become the 

IwOiral competitibr* of those whose 

^vfevpotaU are at vmrlancc. vhose 

and syteaan for the aUerla- 

of haman saltiMcing differ 

t* the »i 
.ttMtaMBt of 


Write for 
deUils. explaining guaranteed posi- 
tions, J. Ganor, Foremer Gov't De- 
tective, St. Louis, Mo. 

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I. L pisnis reurn 


Rev. A. P. Shaw, who was reap- 
pointed to Wesley Chnrhc tor an- 
other year will occupy his pulpit both 
morning and evening this Sunday. 

Rer. 8. H. Beane, was returned to 
Hamilton. Rev. B. J. JcVdan to 
Pasadena and Rer. D. P. Shaw will 
supply Fowler. Rev. O. 8. Stout was 
ordained Elder and waa assigned to 
Watts Mission where we have a 
nucleos of over 2^ members with 
which td begin a new church. . 

Rev. W. J. demons, last year 
Assistant Pastor at Wesley was dis- 
continued by ^he Conference. , 

Pastor 8haw comes back this year 
Tei7 hopeful in his program of mak- 
ing a Greater Wesley than ever be- 
fore in her history. 


MPNBOVIA PROPBBTV 
BIO kACBIFICB: . house and 


lot 


MISS MINNIE HLBBinOH'S 
WD m IN THt E AST.. 

So many people inquire, from; day 
to day about this young lady's work, 
that to appease thik-ceneral curiosity 
and interest,, yte ^IlQwiiig~ /ex- 
tract froin one of h#r letters home 
and also a clipping from>a newspaper 
in Boston are submitted. She 
writes, "I am simply leading a bee's 
life in ti^siuess, I mean busyness. I 
am busybp to my neck and so don't 
have much time to write but am 
always so thankful to have a letter 
from home." 

Just what she is doing besides her 
stttdying and teaching is bes<t told 
iu the clipping which follows and 
also in the fifteen questions that 
constitute tbe examination to the 
I'nion Baptist Church Choir of which 
she is directress. 

From the Boston Guardian. Sept. 
1922; 

A WORK WORTH MKXTIOX 

Let us for a few minutes look in 
upon the work of one of our young 
women; a work worth mentioning; 
a work that has long been needed in 
our Colored church, but who had the 
spnrage to undertake such a big 
thing, for it is indeed a bfg Job, and 
calls for sacrifice and* a great deal of 
ft. But we find one that is willing 
to sacrifice and put all of her better 
self into it. And the person is no 
other than Miss Minnie M. Albrltton. 
You will find her now rolling up her 
sleeves and going right ab It. 

The work that we speak of is the 
getting ready, of a trained and paid 
choir. This Is happening at the Vot 
i^n Baptist church, Cambridge. 

Look in upon this woVk in about 
two months, and see what it amounts 
to. We admit that It is quite an un- 
dertaking for a young woinan, but 
let US watch and pray for her success.. 
not criticise and chatter. 

Miss Albrltton has proven her abil- 
ity' in the eight months that she fajas 
been directress of this now splendid 
choir. How well we remember the 
matchless Good Friday Night Cain- 
tat*. "Oethsemane to Golgotha." Of 
course she has had tfie most efficient 
help of one of the best organists in 
the state, Mrs. M. Hamilton, and the 
splendid help of Mrs. R. Evans, 
pianist. . ' 

But they are getting ready f)or 
sontethlw big with these sweet, well- 
trained singers. Let us all watch. 

The ehoir will not appear for a 
montK or more yet. I learn that each 
singer is or will be capable of tak- 
ing a solo at any time. Som^of the 
best Toiees In Greater Boston will 
assist In this work. 

Yos are invited to drop In some 
Wednesday evening and see Jnart 
what thejr «fe doing. Knowing tfce 
keynoie nenns a great deal. | 

I leant, that this is examtnaii^il 
week, each person npou' entering has 
to go throagh an examination. 

All parte Of the worki will be op^n 
for teaye^o* ae«r the first at N|t>- 



Mi'sic i'Rmn.s3ii 


ARTHl'R F. S.\XFORD 


pnetic^ 



lCSxl5e, Owner compelled to go 
North; S-i'o<nn honse, $40.00 month 
income; larg^ baro or garage; chicir- 
en yard .coupe; frntt trees bearing: 
ibade trees. Corner lot. (aeiilg last 

and North. CIom to ear Hae. stores ,„^ ^-^^ .»,. .-, -,.- 

•s« school. Street improveBMtsj y^mw. Quartan are being naed 
edmplfited. xkoia- tliis' woi^ Is really ready, then 

Ternui: A reasowtbte down peyr |^ as «n he there to hear thefr on 
went. baUnce mtethly. Also lot on their SrstAppeerance. 
Mahal Are.. Moartvia. Street im- L«t «, aot forget the splMdld 
provwaente eompletad. »S««£«r_^ Juploit Cfcoir of about 2S toIcw- 


Ml. Sanford the assistant director 
:or tne Pierson Producing Company. 
at present is a very busy man help- 
ing Mr. Pierson handle the publicity 
of "Chuckes " Oct. 30th at the PhlT- 
liarmonic Auditorium. 

Mr. Sanford and Mr. Pierson have 
been associated together for years. 
Boys together they used to stage 
shows for th& neighborhood children. 
.\dmi8sion two pins. During the last 
«ar Mr. Pierson and Mr. Sanford. 
were separated, one going ir.to the 
infantry «nd one in the navy. When 
Mr. Pie^n returned to Los Angeles 
to start -In the producer field Mr. 
Sanford was the first one to give 
hands with him. Now their boyhoc^d 
dream -is- working out in the Pre^ 
mier Production of "■Chuckles." 



ItXt So. Shaauocfc Ave., 
operstloa Lrwrla. Cal.. Blae TC > ; 

'9M K. nouiUlftf.f»i»**»9uj 


Is aot Ca>la.«ia8. 


'4 Sndi ' tweel. ohedteat siagei*. Of 
coarse th«4r work is good. 


i . ALVKNA CAUWiOJt 

' Miss Alvens Caldweff whcmi Mr. 
Pierson predicts aa the coming sUr 
pt .musical eooMdy will be seen in 
''Chncki^s" <m 30th. Owing to the 
sudden iUhdM of one 0t the choras 
members daring the last prod^c^on 
Miss Caldwell wttttn twenty four 
hours teamed ttie stage and •o&ga 
and mrared wRk tiie eoii;tpaiiT 
withoaCa yehairsat So impmsaed 
wiut her work >)ir. Pfersoa eagaged 

her aad^M la fi>^<^ ****"'***' '^ ^^ 
Pieraaife^«ftoda#Mk -XMItnv- <;«!» 
irUI<«M«xtyatHaut;«*«kprt^ <f UM 

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Fifth S»wi«>s 

Criticism is not fault-finding, bub 
simply appraisement. It involves 
appreciation as well as censure.' and 
is in fact. Justified only as it jnakes 
appreciation keener and more dls- j 
crlnlinatlng. JSo far .as priticisni 
deals with with the shadows,\it aims 
simp^ to afford a contrast with the 
high lights, and so to give its ob- 
ject the solidity and reality of life. 
If a human being without a fault is 
a bore, then a work of art without 
a fault is flat and tasteloss. Its 
faults give it its "hallmark", of ac- 
tuality and the discrimination of 
tbcm sharpens our perception of it 
and enables us truly to possess and 
comprehend it. Criticism therefore 
is not. as it is so often misconceived 
to be, fault-finding. 

It is the disentanglement of the 
good from the bad. the strong, from 
the weak, the vital from the con- 
ventional. In short, as the deriva- 
tion from the Greek word indicates. 
it is separation. 

As to the subject matter of crit- 
icisnv, or the kind of works that we 
should criticise, it seems to me that 
in the present stage of our musical 
development, we should lay more 
stress ihan- we do cii our classical 
masterpieces end less upon our 
contemoorary productions. Such 
study fcr one ihir.g would give a 
few geueral standards and funda- 
mental distinctions that we now 
lack. To mention two-o rthree would 
make us keenly aware of the differ- 
ence betwen dramatic and pure mus- 
ic. It woptd UlTiminate for us that 
dark and much debated problem of 
form, by showing us that while the 
concrete forms (in the plural) such 
as Suite, Sonaifa and Symphony, ar« 
but special application of a prin- 
ciple. Therefbre transitory form (In 
the singular) is as essential to music 
as reason is to language or iw shape 
is to material objects. 

It would also clarify our und^ 
standing of Musical History by teach- 
ing tis to study each of the masters 
works from two separate- points of 
view. First from thst of Ms techni- 
cal inheritance and achleremenU as 
a musician, and secondly from that 
of his historic environment. 

A welt founded musical criticiStn 
should make us api^reciate all Of! 
these distinctions and man^ more. 
Therefore let as sow good seed as 
often and as plentifnTly as we c«n, 
resting assured ths^ tt the allotted 
and in tbe rightful place, t^ie 
trait win be found. Let ns not de- 
fend itv and wtth patkmce and toie. 
withstand any critieisms. Thus My 
gaiiiing in strength of character, we 
become teachers In the true sense 
the word 


If pfou Favor j 

A MODIFICATION OF THE 'VOLSTEAD ACT SO AS 
TO PERMIT OF THE MANUFACTURE AND SALE OF 



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VOTE 'H<y ON tTHE VWIC^T AGT-^ROPOSITION 


KO. 2 ON THE J«OV£MBER BALLOT 


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i>ROHiBm0x eN»y>£ce .n b n x 

ACT. Siilinutted ^ electors by lef. 
eirpndi|iiii. ■ De^are«. unlawful all 
acts and omissions prohibited by 

'the mift Amendmenr to tbeFedej- 
al Constiftuaqu and bj'lhoc A'ol- 
stead ^ct. iuloptiog -ibfr penalties 
Ihereiii I prBScribed.; vesfs state' 
courts -Witli jurisdifttOn and . Im- 
poess upon pro£ecftting otficers. 
grand Juries, magistrates and peisce 
oflicers ^he d,uty tot enforce said 
laws; pitrmtts local eriforceffl'ent 

.Of ardlnances .prtthibiting tb^man-' 
ttfacture^ isa|ei .transportation T pr 

'posses^dn of intoztf:ating liquors; 

%U^ ^ct ito' conform.'' aute«oi|lically 

/to-charitges in said< Federal laws. 


Yes 


7-T 


No 


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CAUFORNfA GRAPE PROTECTIVE ASS'N. 



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Cfteirtng to the Colored Trade 


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— XATI9 M. TIJAT-U^ 


FOR REirr5,Two Ifige froat 

nmai abovo Drag Store lit 
S4tlt an4 Cedtrml. Suitable Hd^ 
jemtUm fOra xiksrtieiM «ar Dett- 
t»t^ Jicil 





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UNITED LOAN 

I And jewelry co 

Loang money on ■ ■, ' 

DIAM0^]>3; WATCHES. JEWELRlT. 

i : KODAKS: PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS, 

. i ! RIFLES, pLOTHING. FURS OR ANY- 

y -rj k THING OF VALUE. 
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muitiealiOoncMrt andlDance in >V'J®tt«»]ftparw«l wafcAwr-.. 
beai^i4 Odd FWkfwa Hall **;«^«3*«>t^^ _^ a v.. «ir' 
this^yOar. Comer Ivyland Or- ; Dancmr»«^ A; J|. Sf . 
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THK CBOWN vrtY | Mr. and Mrs. 

' ' Ilk the presence of na^nerous Portland spent 

friWUB at the First A. M. E. Church 

Pandena, Miss Jennie Roberson and 

Mr. James Stovall plighted their 

trotll Wednesday evening Oct. ISth. 
I^fore the ceremony, Mrs. Ruth 

Watkina beautifully sang, "Be- 

caiM*." The bridal march, was 

pUrad by Mf^ Bessie Madisoo, to 

which the attendants appeared. 
The bridesmaids. Misses Beatrice 

McAfee, Birda M. Collins wore 

dr«Bses of pink satin lace trimmed. 

Veroncia Foucbe, peacock blue geor- 
gette. Miss Logan, pink tafl'eta, all 

carrying bouquets of sweet peas. 

Mrs. D. W. Phelps. Matron of Honor, 

wore turquoise blue taffeta and Miss 

IVQM Madison, maid of honor, blu^ 
: satia lace trimmed. ^Jstttle — t*»r^ 


ence Hiedelburg was ling- bearer and 
Elisabeth Wright 4nd Evalda Bal- 
lard strew rose petals from little 

. silver baskets. Groomsmen were 
Messrs Aramis Fouche. William 
Hurley, Arthur Prince, Buggs. 

The bride, given in marriage^ by 
Mr. Farrow, was met at the alter by 
. . the groom and best man. Mr. Wil- 
liam Prince, Jr. She wore a beau- 
tiful white crepe do chine gown 
laq«d trimmed, her tulle held in 
place with orange blossoms. 

Rev. Prince read the impressive 
marriage ceremony after which the 
happy pair and their attendants re- 

•^urned to the reception held at the 
home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bur- 
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Sto,vall are re- 


£lmer Flowers ot 
a few days in the 
city last week enroute to visit Mrs. 
Flowers mother, Mrs. B. Crawford 
in Vancoarer, B. C. TU«- trip ^vas 
niade by motor. 

Miss B. Marsh of New York City Is 
the house guest of the Sojourner 
Truth Club. 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. White of 
Portland, Oregon are going to m^ke 
Seattle their home. Mi". White Is 
the new manager of the Golden West 
Hotel. 


SPECIAL TO CALIF. EAGLE: 


eiplents of numerous valuable Pre „,^ ^,„u.c.^...,- »..- 

senU. Mrs. Stovall is a much loved | subjects of vital interest 


-ekarch worker who has tlie good 
wia)^ ot the community. Mr. 
Stovalt^ls an enterprising business 
resldant of San Diego. 

Mrs. Bessie Coleman .is critically 
ill in the Marengo avenue hospital, 
having undergone a serious opera- 
tion. 

Last Friday the 13lh. .Mr. Loui«! 
JoneB was astonishingly surprised 
by a group of his friends in honor of 
his birthday al the home of Mrs. 
Johnson. 

A few warm strokes of affection, 
some music and refreshments proved 
a sincere recognition for one ot his 
years. 

A Jolly party of Pasadeniins were 
guests of Mrs. Rul)y Offutt Venable 
last Sunday evening. 

Bishop V\' A. Fiiuntaine. Prf>si(l- 
; ing Elder james Washinston. Rev. 
U. L. Cooper.. Mifs Mary Perry. Rev. 
and Mrs. Prince. Rev. and Mrs. An- 
drew Burton were dinner guests 
•after, church, of Mr. and Mrs. \V. 
Houston of Pomona. 

The Pasadena Giants were de- 
feated last SunJlay by the Whittior 
team. 


The California Conference of the 
Colored Methodist Episcopal Church 
embracing New Mexico, Arizona and 
an the Pacific Slope, closed a very 
Interesting and successful session 
here on Sunday night. Bishop Henry 
Phillips of Cleveland, Ohio, was the 
presiding oflficer. The Conference 
was opened on the eleventh of Oct. 
by a sermon from Rev. L. S. >yhite; 
after which the Lord's Supper was 
administered by Siahop Phillips, 
assisted :by Revs. W. B. Butler and 
7,. Z. Johnson, the two Presiding 
KIders of the Conference. 

The opening address of the 
Bishop was full of information and 
Interest. He discussed the late ses- 
sion of the General Conference, 
which was held in May^ of this year 
at St. Louis; the growth ot the Cal- 
ifornia Conference and the other 

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Is furnisked tree ot charge by the 
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free of all charges. 

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American headquarters, 221 Llsiner 
Building, 524 S. Spring street, Los 
Angeles, California. Mexican head- 
quarters. No. 28 Atrenida Madero, 
Alto 17, Mexico D. Ij". Mexico. 

RELEASE NO.* 7, October 27th 


THE RSTABUSHMENT OF AN Hi- 
TERNATIONAIi SANITARIUM ■ 
FOR NKGROEH 


WATTS \K\VS 

.Mr. and Mrs. Shelleyha parents of 
Mrs. Wm. Harding df Ramseur Ave.. 
left forTfew Orleans on the i7th. ., 

.Mrs. Lane has moved to Manhat- 
~ tan. St. 

Rev. C. H. Caldwell was a visitor 
ip the city from San Diego. «* 

Mrs. Scott, sister to Mr.-. Hafd- 
ing on Ramseur Ave., arrived in the 
city bn the 14th. .Mrs. Scott is from 
■New Orleans, she will mak^ her 
home with her sister. 

The people of the community feel 
tbelr loss In the death of MJss Ed- 
na Allen . 

Mrs. E. Martin of Ramseur Ave., 
recelved'news of the illness of her 
mother, Mrs'." Mitchell sister to Mrs. 
Martin went to be with the mother 
in New Orleans, La. 

Mrs. Susan Halvey of Ramseur 
St., returned from the hospital this 
■«e«k very much improved. 

Mr. Uee Copney's birthday party to 
the B. Y. P. L". of Macedonia Baptist 
Cftujrcb netted a good sum for its 
treasury. 


Conference 

M. Thompson was elected Con- 
ference Secretary and William Sel- 
don Statistical Secretary. 

The reports of the preachers were 
among the best ever read before the 
Conference. 

The future ot the Conference on 
il:e Sabbath was the sermon of the 
lUshop. at the 11:00 o'clock service 
iind the reading of the appointments 
by- him on Sunday night. 

Rev. W. B. Butler was returned to 
the Los Angeles District as Presid- 
ing Elder; J. C. Anderson was 
transferred to the First Episcopal 
District: 

J. ^■. Parham was returned to 
Sai>ta Monica; F. W. Haynes to 
IlerWele)-; Rev. Seldon to San Dieog; 
L S White to Watts; I B. Ruffln to 
West Los Angeles and Pasadena; T. 
('. f'ook. Weed Mission and Solomon 
Turner to Needles. 

Tile Conferenre of 1»2:! will meet 
in Los Angeles at Phillip's Chapel, 
Xewton St. 

Phillips Chapel. Los Angeles was 
left to be Bupplie<l. Bishop Phillips 
will transfer a man to succeed Rev. 
,r. C. Anderson. 


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LISCOLX IMVBRSlTV SELKt TS 
LIOS FOBlkfASX'Or 

Linroln University. P«. Oct. 12: 
Last spring, as school days were 
wanini;. the question of mascots 
among Negro colleges and univer- 
sitiefe va.s considered among the 
students here. At that time the 
students were opposed to selecting 
"tawny mane" as the living symbol 
of the athletic prowess and achiev- 
ments of Lincoln. Certain students, 
however, were determined that our 
schools, and Llncolri in particula^r. 
should have some ani»arwSJich could 
be placed i^songs abd'^ells. whiph 
would looipnappy upon nenuaS<ts 
and baun*l. and, % addit >n, a'id 
class and Vst to the ^RBOn/rs upon 
(he field o?battle. V- ■ ' ' 

At a mass meefil^g Vhls. fHll the 
matter of mascots capi* tip again. 
The bull, typifying ruggedness, mas- 
culinity, and beastly terror, was 
suggested. The "king of the herd"- 
had a large following., especially of 
Sophomores, but he lacked sufficient 
votes to become the choice of the 


we are still 
Heire 


YES. '^E ARE SXILIi HEB^ . 

Trying tdWsbow yon how to keep 
from payufK rent. 3-room hotue, 
Well, trees; febced. 60x150, for $700 
wit& $260 down; 3-room house, batk 
room, 50 toot front, 150 in lengthil 
SS50 cTsh t>r $1000 with $150 dawtt; 
2-ropm bouse. 26x160, well, 'prieil 
$ 40 p^ with 1150 down; terms to suit 
Lots^ as low a* $10 down and $10 
a mbnth, and jOther homes complete 
tor more money. Other property too 
.numerous to mention. See me before 
you see others, tor I Will treat you 
right. Call S 3676R-3 or come and 
see me. M. B Wright, -301 Thaxter 
St. Watts, Calif. 


Edaa D. 'Bowman. Reporter. 'college rooters. Following the re- 

Mrs. A. H. Waddy of Colorado jection of the bull, a long list of 
Springs arrived in the city Thursday animals were presented, including 
morning and is the house guests of the hear, the gnu. the boa, the pan- 
her slster-ln-law,, Mrs. Z. D. Ham- ther. the eagle, the bat. the shark 
Uton. t-4 


Madam Stella Slater Jackson' left 
Tuesday on the S. S. H. F. Alexander 
for San Francisco. ' After a week's 
stay Madam Jackson will go to 
Los Angeles' to Join her mother 
Mrs. Heck, who is visiting in Los 
Angeles. Madam Jackson expects 
to remain in Los Angeles six weeks 
then she will return to the New 
England Conservatory of Music in 
Boston, Maae. 

Miss L. Stafford gave a dansant 
Friday evening at the Elk's Club 
complimentary to her sister, Mrs 
Hellen Davis and Miss Sybil Stafford 
of Spokane, Wash., who are return- 
lag ta thetr home Sunday -evening. 
Pink was the color scbane of the 
ereaing 

Hn. Lottie Lewis • surprised her 
ioi/f Theodore, with a well arranged 
party of boys Thursday evening, the 
oecMrion being his seventeenth birth- 
day. 

Mr. Newton Coleman, traveling 
demonstrater tor The Fisher Blend 
flour company is conftned to his bed 
wltk heart trouble. 


the buffalo, and the lion again. An 
ingenious Senior and head cheer- 
leader, W. Harold Webb, sketched a 
hugh, ferocious Hon and showed 
that by magnifying the first, second 
fifth and seventh letters of the word 
Lincoln , thna — LIncOW* — ;the w.ord 
lion would be clearly seftitr*." ""^ 
word Lincoln. When this "Redone 
and the natural ^iaMtie of the 
'■king of all beasts" yjere lauded the 
students over-whelmiugly selected 
the lion as the mascot of Lincoln 
Iniverslty. Already there Is a gen- 
eral call tor_ the pennant with the 
smashing Hon upon It. 

In the Autum Football Classic at 
Washlnjaon on Thanksgiving Day 
the Orai«e and Blue of Lincoln will 
be doubly recognized by the appear- 
ance of tWs mascot In big time fash- 
ion. The squad is zealously pre- 
paring for this and other frays. The 
first game of the season was played 
against Bordentown Industrial 
School on October 7th. This game 
showed many weaknesses, among 
them a weak line, a slow back field, 
and a lack of team work. The score 


Mr. and Mrs. John Phelps and two '• being only 9-0 In Lincoln's favor 
ckUdren of Portland, Oregon are! meant a victory for Bordentown, 
aow .residents of Seattle. We wel- 1 considering her opponents. Since 
coma them. I then Coach Law. a former captain of 

Mra> Alyce McDonal and Mr. I the Lincoln Lions and an AU-Amer- 
jaaaa Langest were quietly marred jic^n half-back, has been grilling and 
ia tijeoma' last week! by Re». D. R. Lwhlpping his men into concerted ac- 
Qilg ^f » ftion. The coach has some splendid 

Mr*-, A. Webest of 1S29, ' 25tb ^ material and still some time to build 
»TMWe'''ha8 been removed to the I a team. Fonr strong teams are yet 
""""'■ tlie schedule tor the 


Oljoifetown sanaiorum. Mrs. Web- 1 to be met. 
M» eoadton is^ot very tavoKbie J year is: 
^HUa writing. 7 'Oct. 7 wil 


"(ItOL Sarah Homes, wife ot Grand 

L|(4alw Kmmit Homes, Mp l^ooked 

tffW1^ Wedneadey aft^oon at 

nty-tblrd and Jaekaosr^weeU by 

rateaiobile, while liiiiiilag. the 

Mra. Homn' mMmrnn$ 
year old danghMf *%1^ tUtf. 
ch iMa knocked oit itf her wmp 
a«na*-Cfeg atrect. WltMoiee iBr 
4riT«^ eat acroas on (he vrou 
0( tlw atrect. , Re was arrwtc4 
MM. Mcriieeand daughter Are 

Batrfwr Of »M,4»h 

_ hoaovM her danikfar, 

r^M « btr#iUy partJC apn- 

i L., sr , . .| ^ , ► ^ twenty ot *er 

, tiimvmttmi htf ag Iwr 


wiUi Qordentown Industrial 
jBchool, at Bordentown, N. J. \ 
Oct. 14 with H»rrt»bnrg. A. A., at 
Lincoln UniVerrtty. Pa. 
Oct. 21 with Morgan College, at Lin- 
eola University, Pa. 
Oet. %a with Weat Virginia Collegiate 
Ijntt., *t CBaileetbwn, W. Va. 
IToT.lf with K«nvton loatitute, at 
HantptoB, TirgUila. 
kor. 11 wllth St. Paul Normal and 
Adustrlal School, at l*wr«»certlle, 
Ya. ' -^ 
Not. 18. with WMbertorce Uotreraity 

a$ PhlIa<r*lBM||.^a. ' ^ 

• w)U toward tJnlrereitj, at 

WaaftljWtott »■ C. ... 

tame will heplifj^ 

a» XAem-oNt 


The International Community Wel- 
fare League is preparing for the es- 
tablishment of one ot the finest sani- 
tariums in North America at Santa 
Clara, Lower California, Mexico. 
The site, which Is one of the finest 
and most ideal to be found in North 
America, has already been bought. 

Plans for the erection of the sani- 
tarium are being prepared by a com- 
mittee of Physicians and architects 
under the directions of Doctors Ruth 
J. JTemple and Leonard Stovall of 
Los Angeles, California. The sani- 
tarium will be erected by the unit 
system. Each local League of The 
International Community Welfare 
League will choose which unit of the 
program il will furnish. These pro- 
gram units will extend from founda- 
tion to root, and will include beds, 
sheets, medical supplies, etc. Every 
woman's organization, church so- 
ciety, and kind hearted member ot 
tbe Race throughout the United 
States will be asked to donate some 
article as a memorial in this great 
Race effort. Every bit of work or ar- 
liile furnished, will hear the name of 
the Hiarty furnishing same. The 
sanitarium will beoperated on a non- 
profit basis. The members ot the 
League will receive for a minirauiu 
sum such treatijnent as Is necessary 
for their recovef'y. The general pub- 
lic will be treated at a reasiraable 
compensation. 

The famous Santa Clara Warm 
Sulphur Springs are noted for their 
medicinal qualities alon^ the Pacific 
Coast from Canada to South Amer- 
ica. I'hey are particularly benefi- 
cial for persons suffering from bron- 
chial, kidney or lung affection. There 
are also two mineral springs, the 
water ot which have been fuiind to 
bo high in mineral properties and are 
recommended highly for bloOd and 
internal! disorders. 

From the statistical research con- 
ducted by The Interhatlonal Com- 
munity Welfare, Leauge. It was found 
that of the fifteen millions of Ne- 
groes in the tlnited States; three per 
cent ot them die annually from dis- 
eases that require sanitarium treat- 
ment. At present there Is no place 
for them to go for treatment. 

The International Community. Wel- 
fare League, offers for the benefit of 
those who now are on their way to 
an early grave, the wonderful op- 
portunity of prolonging their lives 
through the development of thi? 
great Safata Clara Sanitarium the 
site ot which Is located Just 1S6 
miles from Los Angeles, and forty 
miles beyond the Mexicatl border. 

Further information may be had 
from any local League or by address- 
ing The International Community 
Welfare League, American Head- 
quarters, 221 Lissner Building, Los 
Angeles, California. • ' 


Be Royal Sbir Athktic Club 

905 Central Avenue 

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Every Wednesday and 
Friday Evenings 

Dancing and Cabaret Entertainment 

Members and tbeir families are 
cordially invited to attend 

Music by Sonny Clay's 
/ Eccentric Six 


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ing Isit, we could not get qui^te 
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oonvict an under strapper of the 
crime. But from that Incident we 
promised ourselves' that- no more 
liberties with this publication would 
be tolerated for one moment, and if 
so that they would certainly have to 
see the Judge. For so,me wetaks com- 
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tention of one who signed jls ijame 
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subscriptions and advertising for 
this paper. We immediately notified 
the police. Detective SergjBHnts K. 
F. Oreen, H. Garrott and Klmhrough 
were assigned to the task oC locating 
the culprit and in diie tim« they 
found their man who proved to be 
none other than W. I. 1'ancey, a 
lawyer, who came to this city about 
one year ago and oi>eiied up .a law 
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TF5TIMON»M S FPOM TMF I F-l PINC rRiTfc^ AND NrA*^ 
iIp^P^S^ or THE COUTiiTR Y WHO RF^OMMFNdU^D 
AM ES«LLA SLATER JACK^N: '^ 

Des Mopes, Iowa, June 2, 1922. 

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; :~ V j MAkvCOLSON. 

BOSTON POST, Friday, May 19, 1922.— The Recital by 
the Song Bird ot the Pacific Coast. 

Madam Jackson of Seattle, Washington made her initial 
bow before a Boston audience last night to a full house. 

Her voice is clear and full of music. Her execution and 
stage demeanor did credit (to her&elf. Many musical people 
were in the audience and applauded heartily. So remarkably 
sweet is her voice she is known as ihe Song Bird of the West. 

KANSAS CITY DAILY GLOBE, June 10, 1922.— Madam 
Estella Slater Jackson charmed an appreciative audience with 
a selected and varied program wjhich showed the range and 
possibilities of her remarkable voice. Her smiling, gracious 
manner throughout the evening made the artist a most striking 

CORINTHIAN BAPTIST ChJjRCH, Des Moines, Iowa.— 
Maftdam Estella Jackson of Seattlel Washington appeared in a 
musical recital at the Corinthian baptist , Church, June 2, 1922 
before a large audience. She held her listeners spell-bound 
with her brilliant display. Her vocal training and superb iiual- 
ity of tone, her enunciation and pronounciation are to be com- 
pared only with those of opera experience. Not only of the 
Coast, but Madam Jackson is the Song 6ml of America. 

Heaur Her at Tabeniade BaptistChurch 
Monday night, dcMi>er 23rd, 1922 

{ ' GOPE W. -ROBINSON. (White) 

ASSISTED BY SOME OF THE STARS OF THE CITY 
DOUGLASS HAINES, Prea. of Brotkcrhooil 
I A. A. SUTTON, Cm^ Trustee Bowd m»A M^r. 
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By Pnwl) 

Joe Blue of Pierson Proi^acing Co. 
Is tke proud f-atker of a 10 pound 
tK>y. mother and son doiag tine. 

Joe Junior will soon understudy 
has father who appears as Jose in 
^'Chuckles • Oct. 30th. 


Members of Pierson's Producing 
Company played to a packed bouse 
at Florence. Calif.. Oct. 13th. 


Mme. Estella Slater Jackson of 
Seattle. Wash., known as; the Song 
Bird of the Pacific Coast will appear 
in a series of Recitals in our city. 


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Alice Walker will be seen in aii 
"Egyptian interpretation Proloijue '■ 
featured in "Chuckles." She 'rill 
also appear with Lila Boyd in the 
1922 .\pache Dance. 


The following hav,- joined the 
Pierson Producing Company and will 
appear in "Chuckles Joy Morris, 
Magdeline Wil.son. Gene Rushing. 
Mae Provost. N<om* Slaughter. 
ClifBe Adams. Charlottee Strange. 
Victoria Pow.'I. Alina Patton. A- 
manda Part ' i Ethel Reese, Thelma 
Harri." 


.Mr. V. -hh King has joined 'the 
Mprsor ('rHlucine I'ompany anrl will 
apre.tr in the rolf- of Lionel Brown. 


I>r>^s-^ mak>-rs are busy making 
ustumes for "Chuckles." 


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.Miss La Nell Pierson who will bt.- 
retaemb^r.ii as the 19.22 Fl:n>per in 
'"Chuck'.rs will also appear in the 
jTole of the Gipsy origii.jteil by Jtisv 
^uth Sykes. 

.|anet Cooper. Ljla- Johr. on. Hefleo 
BoJ-d. Epsif l.-r. Eula Mouglas. 
Bessie Kiikeits. .Mice \Valk*-r. Lila 
Boyd who are the ori|[iiial chorus 
members of "Chuckles' will appear 
the same Oct 3i>th. 

Zenobia Pita-son iijsi>tant musical 
director of Pierson Producing Co., 
will be at the piano 0<t. 3"th. 

Exchange your tirkets now' tor 
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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN 


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.Madison Square .\rel»a played to a 
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jing rtnd a n-al i|:ood card brought j 
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wfcot (our round- of 

Kiser th-- white boy wa? 

nn'ques'ionahle d»ti?lJn. 

.s«-<i)ml Kout 

Battling K.*aKaii ( whit>j) v.~. Liat- 
tling Steve. This Wd, a rattling ; 
good go four round to a draw. 

' Thiril tio ! 

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Baby Gans vs. Jack Thomas | 
I white I. Tills was \ classy boat. 
UaUk had his hands tuli to gain the 
decision at the end o( the fourth by 
making a wonderful spirit in the fiin- 
al round. 

Fourth lai:!>»ioB 

Kid Blondie vs. Young Larry 
(wbite)^ Kfd Blondie who by taiii 
previous starts had made himselt 
popular with tne fans wan a favor- 
ite to win in this Dout, Young Larry 
started out like a whirlwind,, but it 
iwimrri that Blondie had his meas- 
ure asd met his ruches and knocked 
lum down righi^ on the go. The Kid 
was up on bis feet in a setond and* 
madly rushed Blondie to the ropcs 
and in. the mix up Blondie went 
down, striking the back of his head 
OB the edge of the flo«r and was 
countedi o"'- "^^^ ******' lasted 
than two minutes. Blondies sup- 
porters will not be satisfied only with 
a return match. 









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iiidependent 


Rubber Co. 


UMTffi) STATES S£RVICB STATION 
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K«IJ^ S^riBg^eld Racine. FlrsstoM 

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WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAIj 
OUAKANTKED 
PRAMBO AITD SOBSST. Prav. 
Phone 1M71. SS2 Central Ave. 


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ARK TOr A TOUNG WOMAK? Ar* 
.ortabte idace, wberis accoatodaCioBs 
(irice? If :sd mafce your home at SO 
The Ant *a(| meet beaattfwl hoass of 
iof! yoanii' women owned and coatrol 
ROOOMS }$S PER WEEK TO RBOC 
laent bnreanmatataJned for jommg 
OAM8 STREET. 


if oa seeking roam tn a Hosay. coat- 

are famished at less thaa cost 
JOURNSB TRUTH CXtTB HOSfK. | 

Us Uad taithe cit; tor aulf sapiwr* 
led entirely by Race womea. | 

LAB HKix'-iSlS. A Pre i Iteid ly. I 

omea ia •-« JB<»ie — 111# RAVI A i 


See Joe McKENNA in Action 
Wednesday Night 

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN 



Smiths Driig Store 

THE misir STORE 

PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 
TWO PHONES: Main ^; Main 8843 
FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY. 
A full line of standard medicines, Toilet Articles, 
Frealj^ Candies, Cigars, Stationerv, 'etc. 

ALFRED'S rURE ICE CREAM . 
Sanitary Soda Fountain With Unsurpassed Service 
—WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FO|l^ 
(Ob tke Coast) „ 

White Queen Ttufet Articles 
Mme. C J. Walkn^s Woaderfol Ran- Preparatians. 

(Wholesale aii4 Retail) 
Plough's Toilet Af^rtw^ Black and White Ointment, 

Soap, Hav DresM^Elc 
Pafaaer's Siria Whiteiwr and Soap i . 

Dryiag a«d Stmicl^MiiBrCombs. ' 

jf out of the (htyordeb by mah^-prompi 
s:rvi(X. 

WE SOUCrr YdURPATRONAGE. 

1121 CENTKU, AVENUE 


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Semi Winfl-l> 

Dummy Weller the trial horse 
vss too fast {or Lightning Davis and 
try as he woaid Davis vould sot p«t 
^ £kn away and was laek to get 

draw In the (our sessions of miB- 

[tog. i 

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Kid, Booker vs. Bobby Allen 
Ivhite). This was a rattling good 
and was truly the Main Event. 
rever. the Veteran Kid Booker 
too voch (or Bobby and wai 
led the decision. 

Wadnssdsy's card promisss 
.a kamnsr sad tb« IHsAtstia 
wlU he a Uvair t^nee to fo 
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^iii^ CMATTEK — 

w;e»T friDE t,Aiiu» cLi'B ha:i3fv 

f tOOkw FED AMWCStiMBXT; 
DfiWEV EOSU\ QlAUFieS AS 
RE.\L UADUV. 

By: iWM. MELLS VVATSO.N' 
Three hundred berries will be 
-hoveled into the Western Federa- 
lg,^;,tion o( Tennis Clubs' cash vault at 
its ntxt meeting in the vestry room 
"t .Sf^ Philip's iSonday night, Nov- 
ember etb. at least this mack is as- 
sured DOW thai the Westetde Ladies' 
Caab (ell iniww with. the iblpha and 
Weststdefdahs a^d promises to deco- 
rate the- m<»ey' drawer, -and be it 
known ye "doiTBting 'Thomases" tkat 
the Fed itself can scribble a check 
(or a bsndred beans of pergonal 
property, and if those lovable little 
Alptts Parthentai dsrlings break thru 
witk the old "cest^, revvest" ss 
ther andoabtedty will pi tbOr 
Tharsdiy night meetinc, sAiy, >r — 
the old "Clnb house; or 1^" tting 
won'tneed to'"biist.'* , '^ ' r 
dab's Gromimt' 1fl^0kf 
"Prsssetly" ten new nsgftWs hsTe 
been diafted into tke local , tsnals 
chain t^at since tks Labor Oar toor- 
B«r aprt ■ of thsaa etall ttat thfir 


thraat, which shows that a club 
liuHse is as essential to our future 
success as^ suspenders to dad's Sun- 
day knickers. . , 

Drwe}- OluUifleH Too 
Not to be out-done by certain pret- 
ty tennis mamas on the Weeside of 
Main Street last week Mrs. Dewey 
iildson presented another West Side 
Tennis Clnb member with a brand 
new heavy .hipped male being with 
six cylinder longs a& everybody in 
the neighborhood of 16S2 *,'. 3Sth 
Place will testify^ While two step- 
;piag along nader a half ton of Un- 
cle Sam's mail every day Dewey nev- 
er fails to poipt an accusiBg finger 
at the '"-boobs who can't"-.— Atta ba- 
by, Dewey! 


Abysinnia BiDiarit Piurlor 
Tonsoria] Parior in G>niiectM»i 

R. W. BAKER. Pr<^ 
ELLERBY & SOUTHARD; Ptrop. Tonaori^ Pft^i 


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wish to th|Hik the many 
friends who were ^ kind and belp- 
lai to as daring tHe illness and death 
of oar sister sad saat. Kiss Edna 
Altea. Also t«w4ke bsastifal floral 
oCerings- ' 

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THE CALIFORNIA EAGLE 

Published eveiy Saturday at 
*824 Central Ave^ Los Aageles. 

PhoMlSO^ 


Entered as Second ^^jClaaa 
Matter, Novemkvr 17, 1913, at 
Cal., under tbo Act of March 3, 
1879. 


Subscription Price 

One Year .$2.00 

Sx Months J 1.25 

Thi:^ Months .^ 76 

Richardson for Governor. 
-Hiram W. Johnson for United 
States Senator is how the Soar- 
ing Elagle stands on the politic- 
-aI -situation in California. 

Friend Richardson speaking 
this week to the Managing ed- 
' itor of the California Eagle 
said that he was unalterably 
opposed to the Ku Klux Klan 
and further that if he were 
elected Governor of this State 
that if this dastardly organ- 
ization should attempt to put 
forth any demonstration that 
as Governor of the State he 
would put it down if it took 
the entire military force of the 
State to do so. 

This should satisfy anybody 
who has the slightest idea that 
a man of Mr. Richardson's cal- 
ibre was capable of being in 
sipTnpathy with this ■ outlaw 
band of cowards. 


uphill task but a kind Provi- 
dence has made it possible for 
her to see the light of day and 
her eyes sparkle as she cann 
see at no .^r distant day a 
splendid home unfolding itself 
and a haven of rest for the af- 
flicted to go for a restoration of 
health who otherwise would 
have no place to go. The writ- 
er has appreciated the ser- 
vicfes of Mother Pryor and that 
her very soul is dedicated to 
real service of huiftanity and 
we feel impelled to write these 
words of commendation and 
support. 

THIS BOND ISSUE WORTHY 
OF SUPPORT. 


THE CENrrRAL AVENUE 
GARDENS. 


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ESCHEWING HATRED, 
MALICE AND PREJUDICE. 


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The weights which holds 
down a Nation State, Com- 
munities or a race is hatred, 
malice and prejudice and the 
quicker we get down to brass 
tacks and eschew these car- 
dinal vices the sooner we will 
rise to the heights of real units 
in the mighty march of pro- 
gress. 

This being so it is therefore 
an indispensible duty that we 
owe, to eschew, hatred, malic© 
and ^prejudice and be on our 
way4o greater and more noble 
accomplishments. 

THE POUCE AND FIRE- 
.MEIfS PENSION. 


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' There is no ineasure which is 
to be voted upon at the coming 
, election of more vital import- 
-> • ajice ithan Amendment No. 8A, 
■ ^ knb^)Ni.as the Policemen's and 
V- Firemen^ Pension Bill, not be- 
cause it benefits -any particular 
class of citizens but because it 
is juat and right. This measure 
should become a law to give a 
, protection to these public ser- 
J vants ^ho are a living sacri- 
„ I . fice ; in fact their positions are 
of such a hazardous nature 
that no Life Insurance Com- 
pany will underwrite a policy 
fcxr them and this feature atone 
should suffice for' every voter 
to give to this measure his un- 
qualified support. We can- 
not by any stretch of the imag- 
ination conjure up any reason 
why there could be any serious 
opposition, to this measure and 
we urge upon every voter tq 
give their updivided support to 
this Araenament. 


That the City is faced with 
the absolute necessity of mak- 
ing e.xtensions antH" improve- 
ments to its municipal water 
system that will cost more than 
$5,000,000, it has been decis- 
ively painted out by Chief En- 
gineer William Mulholland, of 
the Water Bureau, urging the 
people to vot& for the issuance 
of ?5, 000,000 in water bonds al 
the November 7th election. The 
proposed water bond issue will 
appear on the election ballots 
as proposition 19-A. 

The issuance of .?5,000,000 
in water bonds will not in- 
crease the peoples' taxes one 
cent, it has, been explained by 
Mr. -Mulholland. Oflicial ac- 
tion has already beeir taken by 
the Board gf Public Senice 
Commissioners, providing for 
the payment of all interest and 
sinking fund requirtmenls on 
Ihjse bonds, out of water reve- 
n.Ki. ' , » 

Cn the other hand, .sho.ld 
t!ic people fail to authori/.e the 
r.-ofK)sed $5,000,000 water 
•xM.-d issue, Mr. Mulholland has 
asserted, the City will be fore- 
forced to raise the present wat- 
er rates in order to derive a 
sulTicient revenue to finance, 
immediately, the building of 
necessary improvements to the 
water systerA that will cost 
"several njillion dollars. 

, Ofl^^s of the Public Ser- 
vice C^mmisison have pointed 
out that it would be unfair, to 
the water consumers, to in- 
crease the present water rates 
in order to meet, out of the 
water revenues, during the 
brief period of construction, 
the total cost of permanent ex- 
tensions to the water system 
By the issuance of bonds, the 
cost of these permanent exten- 
sions ■<*ill be spread over a 
long period of time, it was 
pointed out, 'so that the annual 
interest and sinking fund re- 
quirements on these bonds may 
easily be taken out of water 
revenues without increased 
cost to the^ consumer. 


Rendering a service. 




In the hurly burly of a pass- 
ing age and the glamour of a 
passing light falls upon those 
who are rendering a real ser- 
vice to mankind, not for greed, 
not for spotlight honors, but 
with a heart which goes out 
for the man and woman who 
cannot help themselves, ^ob- 
scure but yet measuring up to 
the helghtsi, the light in days 
to coine will focus its rays upon 
one known as Mother Pryor 
who is an evangelist in spirit 
and in fact. Her wt>rk and ef 
iqris in estaMishiag a hQm,e in 
lihe balmy cUme of M<U0ft»via 
for the down mid out <te wor- 
thy of the hij^trt ctumnenda 
tion, by hafd H^k night and 
tfftjw in seasQB>«|kO i»^ o^ ^^^ 
fuavi|iAn angeL of onan 
* t paid for # mece 
lidi tb^ lMifl&' « 
onroTia for the 


As a usual thing it pays our 
people to be skeptical of finan- 
cial propositions fostered - by 
the white man for the "Ne- 
gro's Good." 

Going South on Central Ave. 
to.Shorb Ave.^ and two blocks 
East thereof a most spacious, 
promising tract has recently 
heen opened to our people. 
This fact alone is remarkable 
that in a desirable neighbor^i 
hood and on land which the 
Japanese have had and have 
even yet under cultivation, rich;- 
loamy soil producing anythini 
in the line of vegetation, tha^ 
this land has been offered to 
our people, in which ^ they 
might purchase a homesite. 
No signs of "Restrictions as to 
Race" are posted there. This 
perhaps is due to the fact t^at 
the white men who purchased 
"thi^ property are indeed" white 
Mr. C. F. Ruggles and J.' A. 
Grell the owners are men who 
care not for a man's color in a 
business proposition; money 
talks with them. Then too, 
they are giving our people the 
chance of their life in offering 
them this property at such low 
figures and on such easy terms. 
See the Banks Brothers of the 
Eastside Realty Co. for this 
property. 


CONNEa-iatfNSON & COMP^iNY 


UNS^TAIjLERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
WhoM ^wrteous TMjatment and Polite Service Pleases 

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riio.HixKXT cixnsEX ' ruossKs 

THE DlVIori 

After a. lingering illness of nigh 
unto 2 years duration A. (^ Rich- 
ardson prominent citizen, leading 
fraternal and church worker on last 
.Monday morning passed away. 

Mr. Richardson was a man who 
to know was to ever appreciate hi.s 
friendship and acquaintance; hale, 
hearty, well-met and generous to a 
fault he was at the time that he wa9 
stricken a man who was indeed in- 
tereste,d in things whtcii meant real 
progress for the Race, always ready 
to contribute his share toward any 
effort which stood for real progress. 
It is such a man we join In with his 
friends and brethren to mourn his 
loss. The Eagle joins in extending 
words of sympathy to his faithful 
helpmate ip this her hour of sorrow- 

The fiineral will be held today 
frtMn the Independent Church, Cor. 
of 18 th and Paloiiial The masonic 
fraternity will escort the remains 
from the Richardson home, 1044 E. 
Washington St. to the church and 
from there to the cemetery. 


D.IC^TEB OP KAXSA.S I'ASHBR. 

Miss Edna Allen was born in Ga- 
lena, Kansas in the year 1880. She 
came to.CalifomI* in 1907, was a 
resident of this state until death 
which occurred October 12th at the 
County Hospital after 2 days' ill- 
ness. She Vas buried frofn Grants 
Chapel i Rev. Price officiated. 







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EQUIPPED WITH OUR OWN HEARSE AND SEVEN 
PASSENGER CAR* WE ARE PREPARED TO DO SER- 
VICE THAT WILL SATISFY. 

We invite the public to viait and inspect our Parlors 
and complete ^ow Rooms. 

Lady AtteadaiU for Women and Children 

1400 EAST ITTHBTRBET j PHOXE So. 3720 

OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 


No. 1()&,00() 

A Ciire for Obstinate Coldi 

I W^ Manufacture' k . - 

We have a fuU line of PLOUGH'S BLACSC AND 
WHITE; Mme. V^ALKER'S; OVERTON'S and 
■r PALMER'S TOILET ARTICLES; also • line ol 
STRAIGHTENING CO|MBS. 

ALBERJ IBAUMANN 




DRUOGIST 

Phone Main 6064 
NINTH AND CENTRAL 



Humai|histo]ry and experienceUiave tau^t us that 
ihany {^r8(in$ believe that a hi^ of naturally long 
and betutflil hair^ a healthy iscMp and a lovely 
8nipothJco|iH>lexion come fronijiick, but they do 
not e<»atant care and the frequent use of 
prepcf ipolli bf proven merit are the secfvts. 

ITA) Madam C. 4, Walker's ^ 

Ve^etabfe l^iampoo Glossine^ 

Pure, tharoly cleanses \ j ^ To soften dry, 

hair spd Kalp. '^ ' ' curly hair. 

Wonderfid Hair Grower 

Nourishes and stimulates thegrowth of stubborn, lifeless hair. 

V V Te^er Salve 

For Tetter, Eczema and Itching Scalps. 

Poor preMmdoM eqiecUdly recominended for «bort,thin and falUnt hair, 

d ecz«in« of dw walp. Sentaitirial tieatmient for $1.50. 


Soperfia* Fao« Pmrdar 
WUehHfsoI JfBy CompMt Roui* VanhMii^ Craam 

VITorid wuuw id nd made to aid fou have a loTely, imooth romplesioa. 
P«r dale at Drug Stores, of A(teoti and bflklalL ^ 

-- ^ Frjr Bookkt—WriU To-day 

Tbe Mi^ d}.Widfi»rMfg.C^ he. 

64fli.W«i«Sv IndlaMpobstlnd. 


ri, A. K. Sugino, expert Optomerist and Opfecian; at 
E^bmann's Drug Store. Eyea tsted and glasses fitted. 
Hiurs 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. r ' - 


LET ME! PROVE... 


l^HB HUMAN SPINB 



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A FF Actions op 

Anr of the ffillowiav paru 
may »« caused by nerrt» Im- 
pinged *t (ke (piM by a Mb- 
luxated TCftctlra: 

BRAIN 

EYES 

EARS 

NOSE 

TOROAT 

ARNCS 

HEART 

LUNGS 

LIVER 

STOMACH 

PANCREAS 

SPLEEN 

KIDNEYS 

SMALL BpWEL 

LARGF BOWEL 

GENrt-4.L ORGANS 

THICKS & LEGS 


By reKrring to the above illustratioe rou will we 

' itemt the lower eiul a mafnifie^ Ultbiration of * 

no^iil and an impinged iierve. 'FiJ^ J «bffw» « 

I in perfect hitelth, petfonning ita function as 

flaiori! intended. _ Pig. 2 shows i -nerve impinged, 

l^d' ihc flow of vital energy abstroaed. Fig. } 

venebra out -of ' alignment (>iA)luxated) 


THAT 
CHIROPRACTIC 
ADJUSTMENTS ( 
. INSUR^lj 

i Health ^ 

TO .ALL 

Peoples 

PATIENTS 
RECEIVE 

PERSONAL 
SERVICE 


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A. MESSICK, Chiropractor 

i (8 Years Practice)] 

f||9 Mason Bldg.« S. E^ Cor. 4th and. Broadway ';' 
"" X)onit .Mistake Numl^r ■''■ 

, Hours — 11 to 12 and 8 tf» 5 and by Appointment 
Monday, Wednesday anA Friday to S:00 


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I'llOK^ 1475B 


p. m. 


itBSID^NCK 7M?S4 


MAYFERN rfAIR GROWER BETTER THAN T^E BEST 

Cureg all scalp diseases, Stop? hair from" falling and stai;ts-4t 
at onc6 to grow. i ■ i 


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S£« What POR9 Has 
[Niliefor;Me 

iIeT MB TREAT tOUR SCALP AND 
rr WILL DO THB dAMB FOR TOO. 
PORO WILL DO THE WORIC, If 
YOUR SCAl^a ITCHES OR TOTB 
HAlR IS FALLINO OUT. 

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MBBl ^ktAViriE JACKSON 


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We do Shamppoing, maiiicuring. dyeing, manufacturing, 
md giie Violet RaV Treatmienlts. - ' 

MAYFERN GROWER 50c M A YFERN^STR AIGHTEN 50c 
(Mail Orders given prompt attention) 

\ - - Made Daly by 

MABEL STOyALL SPIVEY 
Av«. \j Phone So. 42S1-J 


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iHB-1117 AAST lOTH ST. 

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WOOD 
tTME PEACE 


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I MRS. FANNIE WILLIAMS 

BEAUTy PARLOR . 

. . ^ALP SPECIALIST 

! PlMMie^Wcst 'ZM;? 

W^iUiaihB' Wdnderful ExUl- 
Sior Hair Groweir ^aranteed 
)to grow^ the HAtg on«-haIf 
inch a month. I cannot Jurge 
you top strongly to try my:-^ 
treatment. No ^iB«tt«r\how 
^ ^oit JHid stubborii your l^br- 
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^OIIME MAN THK IWBXTOR Or 
RKAL SAPKTY-FIR.ST CHKCK 
.ST4RTLBH PIXAN<MAIi 
WOIlI,b 



By Cliandler Owen 

They're oH: Po 
litical carnXbi^ns all 
over the (•ouutry 
are well under way. 
Candidatqs And 
paid wind-jammera 
arc iiinkint: flam- 
boyant appHils to 
apatlietlc TOters, 
Office-^eelcers a r o 
alarmingly expos- 
tulating that If they 
I are hot Tictorioaa 
J at tho polls, th* 
"country vHl • go to 
the dogs. Present imcumbentB are 
gravely warning that if they are 
turned out the jig is up. The Dem- 
ocrats swear by the sbag^ioees and 
docility of their age-old donkey that 
if the Republican!^ are not given a 
"complete rebujce" the people have 
. lost their senses. The Republicans 
prod their reactionary Elephant in 
the side and .suavely announce that 
the Republic hasn't fallen-yet! 

The voter is bewildered. He 
kicked the Democrats in 1»20. He 
wants to kick the Republicans in 
, 1H22. But he doesn't wan \Xo turn 
tfce Democrats back in! v h, for 
Hearen's sake, spare him tb Tft', 
' Then what must he AOy^^ ■ •' 
No wonder Frank A. .Mu.r 'JV em- 
inent New York publisher. ■ li the 
American Bankers Assooifllion in 
New Yorjt last week that the Repub- 
liean. and Democratic parties mean 
about oiie and the same thing. Too 
true. Each dances ta the tune of 
campaign funds. -The "funds" come 
from our noble Walt Street Baron!?. 
The "Barons" represent the "inter- 
ests." The "into-ests" happen t<> 
want more money — it is agreed. 
Thfn, ts what is the difference be- 
tween Demo.cratic and Republican 
int^reKts? N«>B«. Read tM*> records 
-wf t^e Senators on the tariff. Deih- 
-ocrau scratched Republican's back^. 
and Republicans scratched Demo- 
crat's backs. They were loving pals. 
"You help me and I'll help you." So 
they voted — to extract more money 
from the people — Democrats nad Rf- 
pnblicans. 

Where is the Negro? "He ain't." 
He plays politics by "air" — not by 
notes. He is not initiated into the 
mysteries of high finance. He has 
no corporations to profit from high 
tariffs. He doesn't deal m Imports 
and exports. Drop him in down- 
town New York, and he can't see 
Wall Street for the houses! Set 
him "behind the scenes" at a round 
table to help capitalistic bosses form- 
ulate their "ten demands" for the 
incoming legislature v'bl'tCo^tifs*, 
and, he would, inechanfcairy*i»«tt1nn- 
buIa(e>«aJ-flM. sideboa'rdJSl^ serve 
th«. ;«Qit<>^IM(,,^:wit^'!ttclJ>^s! "Na, 
aub, I 4lt)n't-wsJfiI'!|9iJhln' but a anti- 
lynch t>ill axii k loan for that col- 
ored government in Africa,- and 
don't come so hard on them French 
"niggers" down there In Haiti arid 
gimme a few Jobs at Washington 
and I'm' all right." 1 

Pitiful! He wishes thes^ things 
like a child wishes (or ckndy. Give 
them to him and he runs off to play! 
• But the "Barons" are not inter- 
ested in anti-lynch bill. It selves 
their purpose to keep the race apart 
by burnings at the stake. If Haiti 
and Liberia get help, it will be the 
kind of help a hawk give» a chicken 
— a lift! 

Therefore, Congress did not piass 
the Dyer bill- Liberia and Haiti 
are still strangled, i 
' But if you don't "vote the Repab- 
lican ticket the Democrats will treat 
yon like dogs. If you do rote the 
Republican ticket you will be itreated 
like a puppy! This has been proted 
unmistakably. '^ ( 

You loolc real comical. You have 
never thought that you are not rich. 
Von have never thought that since 
you are not rich you are a "poor 

Yon have ae'rer troubled ybur 
brain to learn that there .Is a "party 
of the poor." It never occured to 
you that the "poor, working whites," 
who are kicked out ftom t^e Barons 
«■- unsaremonlously * aa jou, are 
almost on their kneea aBklBf tou to 
unite with them — 50-60. To« WiTe 
deen conceited In your "rich" Iflu- 
■ trt«a» that you didn't eee tkMl— 
4idB*t bear them. B^ut since tbO] 
I>esoerats and Republicans itiMn 
th* wme thing, and you hare nO 


I 


The fertile brain of Morris Harris, 
well-known Los Angeles citizen. Is 
responsible for the greatest invention 
of its kind of the age and one which 
gives absolute protection to not only 
the banker but the business man and 
to the ' bearer as well, in what is 
known as the Harris Safety First 
chock. Under the check system' which 
the Harris Safety First Check pro- 
vides, it is absolutely impossible to 
forge, to overdraw or In any way to 
rtpface. 

The Genius of Mr. Harris, man» 
ife-st in the absolute protection which 
this sjjstem gives, is a result of 
many yearsistudy on his part and it 
i.s now in such shape that patents 
in the l'. S. and all foreign countries 
have been applied for. 

The Harris Safety First Check 
office Is located at 1419 W. Jejfferson 
street and at this place the click of 
the typewriter with a hustling office 
force testifles to the fact, that busi- 
ness Is the watch word and that the 
rctablishment of this new business 
place is but another step for real 
progress. The inventor of this 
checking system, Mr. Morris Harris, 
plain, commonplace and unassuming, 
plans great things for the future of 
his race and zealously guards the 
inmost secrets of its conception 
that the members of his race shall 
enjoy the benefits which will accrue 
from this great invention. 

We are presenting Herewith a view 
of the palatial offices operated by 
hlra at 1417 W. Jefferson street. A 
front view, inside view and a 'view 
jof the private ofRce of Mr. Morris 
Harris, the inveijtor of the check. 


cents;! On? dollar. Tw" dpllars, FIt^i jierlal , niimbfr should be issued .to 


dollars. Ten dollars, and multiples 
of ten up to One hundred dollars^. 


and multiples of Onel hundred up as; could be closM, and another issued 


high as desired'. These seals would 
also be printed w1th,a code and serl.tl 
designation. 

Wben an account is' opened, the 
depositor would be issued a seal »- 
qujvalent to the amount of the .ac- 
count. He would be given a check 


tbe depositor^ or if it Is desired the 
old account e|ide and serial number 



to the depositor, 

In order tw^ecure the best results 
this plan shokld have the co-opera- 
tlbn of the ttearing house associa- 
tions, and asluJbn as tbe public was 
educated to , kbe advantages of the 
"Safety" ,Ch*#lt, there would .be no 



Front View of HarrU' Safety-Fv«t Check 
Olfics Located at 1419 W/Jefff won Sl 

book having the same code and ^r- risk in accfliting a check »from a 

ial number as the seal issued to him, total strange^ because if the code 

checks carrying the same code and and serial number as .<<hown t)n tlie 

serial designation. The blank, face of the cfieck were the same as 

checks would be worthless without that shown on the Safety Seal, it 
the seal and the seals equally worth- ■ would be evident that the cbeck 

less without the corresponding was protected by funds ^)elng actu- 


fRjce of the check were no ; iff accord 
would identify! their checlcs as soon 
as seen, and different cod<8 could be 
aacigned ./or different den>niinations 
.also adding atlother sate'iuard to a 
check being raised. 

The use of the checks wAuld not 
necessitate any great ys riation in 
the size or character -of i he checks 
now in vogue, as the Salety First 
Seal would be affixed to tbe present 
style of .chfck, and could le inserted 
iu. the present pass books. 

iTbe use of these sdals I'ould be a 
gi^ard against .forgery, ae unless a 
pa(rty could secure- a Sifety 5eal 
equal to tbe amount c^llsd for on 
thje face of the check it would be 
w^thless, and. the seaf> would have 
toj correspond In code and serial des- 
tgtaatidn with th^ che<:k. Rach 
jank couVl ffsue a confidential list 
of their code definitions, md . these 
would be referred, to. in { case of 
doiibt as the validity of a rheck pre- 
sented for payment at a bank dis- 
tant from the point of Igeie. If tbe 
:ode and tterial'.were not ii harmony 
.vitb the face'of the cbecli . verlfica- 
'lon could be secured, but f it werV, 
'.hen the bank would he sate in hon- 
irtng the check prescpted, without 
Oie added ekpense oi, ver fying the 
ic^ount. i 

Another safeguard, this system 
•-arries, is the identiCcation card, 
signed by the' Presided arid Cashier 
of tbe~bank of the depositors. This 
f-ard will identify them In different 


Also this card clears the 
code and 


the key. ■ 


states.' 

check it carries the same 

ttei^ial desigiation that-^his jcheck and 

seal carries. 

1. Identification card, is 

Safety-First Seal. 

Safety-First Check. 

Code. 

Seria 

No. o^ account of deposit. 



Ifiria and kindt-ed fornis of d^eeas? 
that had proven fatal to humanity 
for ages; by discovering the source 
oj' tbe malady. They destroyed the 
disease by killing off thje carriers of 
tho germ. , There is.aseofce fOr the. 
mxlignanT' disease of r^iar hatreds; 
it emanates from tbe-pntrid pool, of 
mnorance; ignorance of mutual an- 
derst&nding of the aim^ and aspirr 
ations of one and tbe-bther. "Mr. 
Racial Doctor" 'we k^w the pool 
wherein Race hatred, iwith its <at- 
tendant disease of mnider. is pro-, 
pa gated. Now find thp geriih ind' 
the disease will speedily be 'stamped 
out. Get out.-your lest tubes. ;mi- 
croscopes, ajja then, wnien you have 
completed the taslf. givie your hnd- 
inga to. the world, tbat i an ' age-long 
disease of the human Ji^aih may l>e 
cured for ever. i 

FAIR PLiAwfe^-'''* ; 

When the Herrin massacre brought 
home to millions of Aiiericans the 
liorror of mob rule, thene were somt- 
who sought to condone the outrage 
by placing the blame on the foreign 
element. But the recent arrests of 
the male factors- brought about by 
the Grand Jury indictments, have 
shown that the majority were "A- 
merlcans" who haled from the 
States of Tennessee and Kentucky. 
These states have been prominent in 
the defiance of the law and consti- 
tuted authority. For years they 


ttiiiiLimiiWN 

USEXTSlUttM 

, RDWeOU-TIIL- 

'lllBBSlliL 


Interior View of OfBc* dxA Force of the Harris Safetx^Eirtt. Manager, Cle^ and Stsiu^iipher. 


wiMi« to go. we wonder if you 
kear tlbem now? 
Bat ours is a 
, Wa-.ar^ fatthfal. 
ere. hopeful. 


*«^4; 


"truatlng" race. 

W« are reliable. 

•»M we don't at 

nceedd, well t^. t»T •!*»»>•" 

kapublican party U our partjr." 

%n *Hardlnif atMu I eUrCrt o«t 

■^^■»amiiiiy] 



tbe force in the olllce is kept busy 
at this early stage in answering 
correspondence and sending out in- 
formatfon as well as caring for^the 
people who seek an intecest in the 
obtalniiig of territory rig6<s in this 
and in other countries. 

Mr. Harris Is 'visited daily by 
citisens in all walks of life, 'who 
evince a keen Interest in this great 
invention and it is the concensus df 
opinion that he has brought forward 
a real solution for the abuse an4^ ill 
use bf checks which baa wrought 
Ifavo; from time to time for the 
want of a solution io the problem of 
absolute safety. Mr. ' Harris it 
seems has solv^.d the problem, hence 
he is a'mach soilght after man. 

Borne of the siliient points whicli 
are manifest in ttie Harris' Safety- 
First Check: ^-v_ 
. Realising that million ot dollars 
are being lost on account of woftb- 
less checks, some of which are' drawn 
for more than the maker baa ' on 
deposit, and others being, raided! to 
a greater amount than originally 
made for, the "Safety" eb^k is 
offered as a solution to the' problem 
confronting business establishment* 
and badkers, aa to the, valiie of 
c&ecks offered in payment for gooda, 
to be cashed. 

.Thia system C<)nsl8ta of SalMr 
Wiht Seal, to be sAxed to every chJKk 
tLTtll( praces the cbeck.Jn the . a«ni« 
etiia W a certified ekeckl^^^ao wtitli 
Uik.-«yatem in «•» U la imipeBSfbU 
tof' It check to be raised for ^-B . «, 
amewit greater than tkat tatmwSff.^ 
oHgl»alI)r drawn, a>d the party 
cefftfus the cheek ta assured t 
.-auflfaii^st fuada *rw'on d<)po«|! 
ra<a*lw the ehtdt ' 


checks. 'When a CheCk is drawn. 
Safety Seals\ equivalent to the a- 
mOunt named should be alllxed to 
the Mieck. > j 

'The total of uiMised seals remaiti- 
ing after checks Wisre issued would 
be. the amount bf the bank balance 


ally depoaUeid in the bank. Another 
point 1s.--whPn these cheekf* were re- 
seelvedL-'at-the clearing hoiise they 
' would' be ;in -tbe same class *% a 
certlMd iShsclt. 

This system : allows for a great 
elasticity Hn selection of the Codes to 




Prinifeedi^ of MorrlaH»rrii,In«iii^^ Oimm 


. -JMVMy^l^lilit' 


\be. 


of tto ownier. thu wou4d naird 
(vgalngt accbsiits oYOrdrawn, as It aa 
Aeals. be^riteg tbe sai^e -code and 
dent ilwt faada w<ire not >aYalIcin«i 

xl&ack wbear gri N nK tid. 

- sbmld b* HiMMT 

.muM'^iUMi'. 


M'm 


be uik tii MmtUbrtag diV dlinrwt: 
apcouiti,. a^'dlCMaat eodiB >i^ord9t oir 
letter* oovid M used to- dflainj 
'^fterekt elMMB" of «ee»«Bta. \ 
^laiMMiita ol prWate 

irwi-a 


7. yDepoaitors home addresii Ja tall 
inserted oh the identifleati^ card 
f-. A picture of the depoiMtbr.to l^ 
applied to the deposit accouat and 
also place in the identidcat on 



^^ 


W. jr. WbMCaa 




A MFT W THB-CtOim'^ 

Down in "Oawiah Mt-^' there bac 
bOen formed a commlaiioa ou lator- 
Radal Co-operatton. It is u^dbrxHie 
lead«rBhip of Ti- J. Wolfte; 
Commibsloii is waging ralent: 
agalpat mob aetivttleei, am 
deaTdring to create aeati 
v^al>le to the prote^ttbii, b; 
air <ttisei»' w^out regara 
color, Di: Creed. The C< 
whteji is obmposed of 
gi|t^: jieat dtiMBs,. wMte aB< 
has |Fart««-«dd ii^-woftted^ bard for 
ttie Maetmwat' ok. ad* •ffaisUte aatf- 
lyttehiiig latir tor tUi 'Suteii t%«r 
have aniceeedid in ]Mac|aC'i bafdrr 
tke eovrta-'aamelrbtts 

n»<!|^A\«iti tli#^Wi^»Mi 4tf tke 
aiidP slNtal ttfiktidtot t»ri 
Tte 'wnMiW. Maimer 
aHair Mt« tl>*<A#(iy ' 

' ft'->Mir^jtigM 

:«altf. 

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Florence Col^Talbeft in . Recital, 
at the ' (>|i{lbarm'onic Auditorium, 
Tuesday it^t. Oct. .17. 1922 was 
glorious Irf her fipe art. Hef Be^j 
lini numb^ WF.re tiiaae which greats 
artists have sung in. tbe last forty 
years from.'La Sonnambiila- The dt- 
vereity -of Mrs. Talbert's programme 
was such' that by contrast she ap- 
ipeared to i>e tbre« 'different singers 
and it would be hard to sa-y in wMcfa 
numbers sbe was best. In tbe sec- 
ond group of songs the first twi> 
were by Schubert, of aU, the Oer-' , 
mans tbe richest in melody. The 
third in this group, was Rinaky-, 
Korsakoff, Song of India. All threie' 
were heart songs and the eitoeeding 
tenderness and < sweetness of their 
renttltion made them generally tbe 
most enjoyable, perhaps. Bemberg's 
"-Vymphs and Fauns." "Oh My 
Love." by Burleigh and "Love is in 
my Heart" by Huntlngton-Woodman- 
^ were very beautiful songs and bean- 
have blotched the soil Twith blood, ■ tifully rendefed. That is true of 

Mrs. Talbert's white program. Her 
rendition of Folk Songs was uniQlte 
and ^ given without accompanimeat. 
except in the case Carl Diton's Ter- 
iiion of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot." 
This version, especially the organ 
arrangement by some- of the best 
musicians is rated as very Gne wtfrk. 
Consumate fine art is simply the ex- 
pression of consumate beauty and if 
Mr. Diton tinkered a hundred yearr 
applying fine musical effects be qpsld 
approach the consumate beauty tK 


and fertilized it with the ashes of i 
murdered Negroes, and ithe Govein- 
ment of the United States has never 
f pen the necessity of curbing the ' 
blood lust- But here comes a day 
when the "wind" sown by silent ac- 
qulesencence, is reaped in the whirl- 
wind of an atrocity that has startled 
the civilized world, and caused a» 
look of jicorn to idorn the brew of 
non "Christians-" Wbat makes the 
Herrlt^. niaBsacre,^ and the number- 
less, barbarous manifestationK of 

savagery against the Negro; cause I Swing Low, Sweet Chariot given tp 

J the world to look aghast, is, the as- 1 us 1»' those who did not even know 

;J=:<fti$S''r'!f'^Jf.'';attmiB<»,^.J»3t_tbe U«tt^. aM4t«a. olpl^es and s|^c^ — -ncKt even with the 

that Pbarisaicle; "holier than thou,." W<1 of Tlorence Cole Talbert. Her 


attitude. {We rush Battle Ships to 
the Orient, at the first whimper of a 
(converted) Oriental. That is for 
the edification of the civilized Pow- 
ers. We hold up our hands in horror 
when the news comes that "Christ- 
ian" tr«chery has been checkmated 
by the Infidel. But. when a measurtt 
to create and enforci- a law to put 
an end to the barbarous and mur- 
derous treatment of a citizenry under 
the folds of its own flag, is pending, 
they put it aside for political expe- 
diency. Fair Play demands that we 
should shoulder the responsibilities 
of our own misdeeds, and not en- 
deavor to place them on others. We 
bow our heads, as a race, in shame, 
that a Negro caught up In the whirl 
of mob psychology should be am.yng 
♦ hat band of murderers. \ 

POLITICS i 


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We win lay aside World Politics 
for the happenings nearer home, 
because we are being told every day 
what good fellows we are and how 
our party fealty can be trusted; and 
why we must adhere to tibe party of 
Lincoln. Grant, and Rodsereit, and 
Oh! so much more rot. We called 
th'.) attention of one of cmr ' political 
I'.'aderb to the fact that the R^iub- 
llcan party of todaj^was as far away 
from the principles, as te?re.settted 
by those great men, as the poles of 
earth. We have had nearly sixteen 
years of Johnson and Stevens and 
.where have we profited politically 
~We are the last ones to catch the 
psychology of the California voter 
Independence. A few years ago 
Hirani W. Johnson carried California 
by some hundredr or more thousand. 
Wilson the Democratic nbminee for 
president carried tl^| State «y' less 
than three thoasand. Look fbr your- 
seir There is a dUferitace| in men, a 
difference of principle, but parti- 
zanship don't lifake any dliserence in 
men's attitude te-oae aqother. A 
Soutbem RepubUea'n has jusi a« 
much antipathy, and will do as much 
to retard the progre^ and ambition - 
of the Negro, as wMI a Sontbernj 
Democrat. , Partitattshlp i in Cali- 
fornia has Nothing to do with men'a 
attitiide on gipup queittfons., W<i 
hare triefl thentl aiid kaowJ If we be 
bM mlstaJteo. tb« Uastri'dus ehief 
ntaglsiirate of tlie Hatlon, Warfeo G. 
Hardiftg, in a apeaeb deivered to the 
Negrofa of the South, adylaed' the 
Meaking awajjr from ^part^' "Ideals''' 
and TOUag , wftit- intelligt^Mse. "O^ 
loeal KepvbMcui party has .^aaaed to 
^ tkd dlitp, ikd "*U.^ the ■ea.N 
It ia bbttw tiwt w* aiMppct caadi^ 
dat«i >wiio have dtaw> 'k di^^ott loit 
to draneaa tbiut thosft «^'ipRr a 
partteoliir , braM M paHlMahl^ 
Htr^ji iokiiaoa. did not a«^ta9VlMf«a 

'""""' liitiirt'^ 


last namber on tbe program -was "Je , 
Suis Titania" from Thomas Hfgnea. ' 
This offered Mrs. Talbert the best 
opportunity for display of supeitfor 
To^lixation, and truly she was su- 
perb. 

Miss Naida McCullough. a recent 
graduate of the Conservatory of 
Southern California was arcppipanlst 
and pianist. She wa« very line in 
both parts. Sbe gave 3.a piano num- 
bers Scherzo in E Minor (appareatiy 
a misprint) and Moskowski's Caprice 
Espagnole. The character of th«K 
for great display. Miss McCiillou^h 
^ave both in fine style and showalt.' 
herself to be a pianist of high raaik.- 
i do not get out often enough anfl,-, 
widely enough to know what is gofa^, 
on. and to the writer at least, the 
program had one featui^ of a moet 
w4conie surprfSf. 

On the window- placards announc- 
ing Mrs. Talbert I read. AssiFted by 
"Local Talent." To be threat'^ned 
by a treat of local tal^t in most 
places and some places in par'icnlar 
one's first impulse is "to go down 
in prayer" and supplicate for the 
grace of enduram^. Had 1 known 
of the existence of the Bridge Tower 
Trio and at the same time that 
Johnnie Gray was in the lead I woidd 
not have come «(pecttDg to hear the 
local talent with nothing but the best 
tti hand but even with that I wouM 
:«ot have expected -such ambitious 
•elections and so good a preformance 
as the gave. The Betboven sod 
Grei^ numbers were especially ac- 
iceptable. Some thirty years ago I 
eard for the first time Anitta'a 
Dance given by tbe Boston Symphony ' 
Club with Winternitz as Concert 
Master. ' 

Our Bridge Tower jTrio did sot 
equal that great musical organisa- 
tion's interpretation of Greig but all 
the same when I heard the Bridge 
TowerTrio I wanted to get up with 
my ^p in hand and make my heat 
bow.>- J did do it mentally »at o»ty 
for itsVp'romise but also -for what 
the Trio, actually did in its first ap- 
pearanceX 

llie N. 4- C. P. is to be congratu- 
lated for glThig OS each a high claaed 
musical entertainment.— 

6BOROB MARION McCLELIWiN. 



See Chuddes, Benefit of tiie 
St PUQp'd Fnnd, at Pha. 
harmonic Audytoriain, Octo- 
ber SOth. 


Bishop C. H. 'Phltttpa paaaed Urn 
Los Angefos Tueadajr moratng en- 
rente for Berkeley. Calif., where he 
will remain a lew daya raturaDig to 
Loa ~ Aag«lea Satardajr aMiraiBC 
Oct llat: aad^wW »rMA SaaAy 
aurAc th^ t^Apt-VWatf r 
Nstrtda street «fiK^» o'dock. 

6«ada7 alght; ««t 
Ito&dar aldtt>at Viirtta tkA Ti ijU a/ 


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Shackelford & Lbigiiis, 





1317 CENTRAL AVENUE 


Star Piano Store 

630 South Hill St 


I The great and tremendous STARR 
HOUSE with its wonderful and unsur- 
passed STARR SERVICE offers to the] 
readers of the Eigle its extensive line of j 
Pianos, both Uprights and Grands and its ] 
tuneful Player-Pianos at most astonish- 
ingly low prices when the high quality is 
considered. 


Every Starr Piano carries with it our 
bona-fide rock-ribbed guarantee of quality, workman- 
«hip, fine service and honest prices! Our treatment to 
all of our thousands of customers is always the same — 
efficient, courteous, considerate and straightforward. 
We treat all alike and have no favorites. 


MIERQILIIOF 
FOLDS 



Ji*^6Jf£j 


JUDGE THOMAS V. TOJ^\ND 


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We know that your 
child is gifted by nature, 
by feeling and by tradi- 
tion to strike out for mu- 
sical excellence and that 
the attainment of musical 
knowledge will keep your - 

]' child from the street, 
away from undesirable 
-1 company, will refine its 
_ ' mind and place it in a po- 
sition of culture, refinement and good personal as well as 
public usefulness that must lead it to a higher plane of 
life and earning power. . . 

Save your child from the street and from ignorance 
by buying a useful STARR PIANO. 

We have some other makes of Pianos in stock, used 
but in fair condition, for less than $250 and $200. 


Our business Hours are from 
8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

Call and inspect our big and superior stock of Pianos 
now and do not delay a moment, as our new eight-story 
high . Starr Piano home is about to be erected and all of 
our Pianos must be sold at very substantially reduced 
figures. — 

P.'S. : Whilst visiting our store at 630 SOUTH HILL 
STREET, also inspect our famous Starr Phonographs and 
listen to the original sweet-sounding Gennett Records. 


DONTl DONT!! 

CUT YOUR HAIR 

Use a Creok Feadwrwel^ Bob Made of 
Natural Curly Hair 

Cyeole Preparations for Hair and Complex- 
ion positively gives results. Climax Hair Straightener 
for men; Pressing Combs and Tongs always in stock. 

CostoBK^ for Mask BaOs and Parties for Rent 

Visit the 

Largest Beady Cidhire Aeademy 

On The Pacific Coast ^ 

MRS. ROSA L. SAMPSON-MORRIS, PrflsgiHIl^' 
MRS. BOYP T. CARTER, Vice-Pres. 

MISS THEO. JONES, Secy. 

1114 CENTRAL AVENUE 


Judgre Thomas O. Toland, judge of 
thte Superior Court of Los Aogeies 
county, is making a unique campaign 
for reelection. Relying entirely on 
his recoi'd as a lawyer and a judge, 
he is asking the voters of this county 
to suppo)-t him for the position be- 
cause of his ability and integrity 

For the past forty years he has 
been prominently before the people 
of this county. Though still in the 
prime of life he has the experience 
cf a long term on the bench and of 
a great many years as a practicing 
attorney. His campaign is being 
supported by a committee of prom- 
inent citizens consisting of the fol- 
lowing well known voters of this 
county: 

Former Judge Grant Jackson, 
chairman, Calvert Wilson, secretary 
and treasurer, Nathan Newby, Wal 
ler Bordwell, James A. Anderson, 
Henry W. O'Melveny, Guerney New- 
lin, Joe Crail, Mrs. Georgia P. Bul- 
lock. Jefferson P. Chandler, W. M. 
Bowen, Walter K. Tuller, Isidore P. 
Dockweier, Max liowenthai. Miss 
Elizabeth P. Kenney, Judge Wheaton 
A. Gray, Le Compte Davis, George E. 
Farrand, John W. Kemp, W. J. Carr, 
Frank Sproul, Byron A. Hanna, E. 
W. Camp, W. I. Gilbert, E. J. Flem 
ing. Walter Hass, W. M. Bowen, A. 
V. Andrews, R. L. Horton, H. J 
Stevens. John G. Mott, Joseph P. 
Loeb, Bradner W. Lee. J. Wiseman 
Mac Donald, Gesner. Williams, Wal-- 
ter Leeds, Lloyd W. Moultrie, Daiia 
R. Weller, Mrs. Pre»cUla L. Raa 
dolph, Jud Rush, William L. Jarrott, 
Ward Chapman, ■ JesM Waterman 
Arthur Wright, Ingle Carpenter, 
John L. Fleming, E. E. MilUken, 
Richard J. Dillon, Walter H, Mc 
Entire, Waldo M. ¥01*, 
Vae,... Frank H. Mslilman; X. J7 
Snodgrass. A. P. Narlian, Mrs. Linda 

jT. Gray, W. Morrison, Ralph Pon- 

. tius, W. D.- McConnell, Barton Dar- 
lington, Sidney J. Parsons, A. B, 
Cohn, Ernest M. Torchla, H. H. Cot- 
ton. VV. T. Craig, Fred Kellogg 
Harry Meinell, Ronald Loenholm, 
Thomas Hughes, E. H. Blatiche, 
Alex Jeffrey, Hugh J. McGuIre, 
Frank R. Strong, Mrs. Laura M. 
Scott, H. 8. Hitchcock, J. A. Kings- 

I ley, Anton Orfila, Hugh A. McNary, 
E. P. Werner, John T. Joue«.. John 

'L. McGonigle. Harrison R. Ward 
Cornelius W. Pendleton, W. Fleet 
Palmer, Henry W. 6. Melveny, A. P. 
Johnson, Jacob Freidlahder, Lou 
Guernsey, James Edincott, Mr% 
Ruth Higgins, Phillip Dodson. Frank 
Perret, R. W. Schwartz, Robert O. 
Bell, Joseph Martin, Abe King, Vic- 
tor Koenig, Sen. H. W. Satdge, Gen. 
Owens, Mrs. W. W. Orffutt." 


Judge Forbes, who has for fifteen 
years presided in ,one of the Depart 
ments ot our Justice Court, is a 
gradiiate of Oberlin College, a mixed 
school. 

The' advantage of asiiociatfon with 
other races at that youthful period 
was a 'great benefit to him. He nbt 
only established life-long friendships 
with worthy members of the colored 
race, but acquired a breadth of view 
on race questions and a rare know- 
ledge anid understanding of their 
characteristics. 

Because fae knows them, he is, 
their friend; and in that fact- lies 
the secret advantage of mixed 
schools, where not only books are 
taught but the young ecquire a 
knowledge of human values. 

The Judge is not % politician, but 
enjoys a greater share of the love 
and esteem of our citizens than any 
other official In the City«of Los An- 
geles. His re-election is a foregone 
conclusion. 


PHONE 2d8.30' 


read on last Sunday and there i was 
a feeling of regret for the body to 
realize t^at they would lose the 
service of :tbe energetic, affable and 
worth while citizen, who has so un- 
selftsbly filled- thei important posi- 
tion of chairman of the Program 
Committee. ,. , 

The ..report of the Committee 
'which was apiralnted to investigate 
the entrance of two ex-soldiers to 
the Home at Sawtelle, was made and 
the corresponding secretary was in- 
structed to write to Manilla the in- 
formation gained. 

Tomorrow will be another inter- 
esting day with the regular routine 
of business and a special speaker of 
note, Mrs. Branch on Americanism. 


4AMBK 


HOSICK 1<X)K 
JVDOB 


Among those who are aapliiag for 
the ofBce of Potiee Judge of the city 
of Los Angeles there are none • who 
are more deserving of the support 
of the plain common everyday man 
or woman than James Hosick, who 
has demonstrated his. .worth to the 
people of this city in all of the thirty, 
years In which he has been a resi- 
dent thereof. He is in fact one of 
them. His rich, ripe and varied ex- 
perience aptly fits him to fill this 
very important position. Mr. Ho- 
sick's record is one of which any 
citizen might feel proiid and is one 
of real service and devotion to what- 
ever cause that he has been assigned. 
He served in the city police depart- 
ment for sixteen years and under the 
direction of Captain iF^ammer in- 
stalled the Bertillion finger print 
means of Identification, also for the 
county being recognized as an ex- 
pert in that line. He was; decorated 
by the Board of County Si^pervisors 
in 1913 for bravery in cajstiring the 
dynamiter Carl Warr who also voted 
him a testimonial and presented to 
him a diamond medal for his devo- 
tion to duty. He served as Chief 
Deputy Prosecuting Attorifey {or two 
years, resigning in 1915, since which 
time he has engaged in private prac- 
.tice. 

Mr. Hosick believes in tne enforce- 
ment of all laws and his xhe en- 
dorsement of the United Church 
Brotherhood as well as many other 
worthy organizatioiis., 'The Eagle 
commends his candidacy to the sup- 
port of its readers and stands squarly 
back of him, as a nian who is in 
every way deserving and worthy of 
your support. 



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IBA THOMPSON FORI JL'IKJE 


Because of th'e crowded condition 
of the Superior. Court calendar, a 
number of prominent L<>s Angeles 
», «v- attorneys have npq^gstedr presiding 
R.-;«^-'^«|^4»«g9 FWBk »... Wilis to ipjoiat 
Ira P. Thompson, caipdMate for the 
8ui>erftr bench in thei^Nflvembet 
elebtions, to sit tf8'm^aJ|ro' tem to 
hear cases in WbicVa^ represent 
the^ litigants. '.- T< I" 

III r. Thompson has ^p^t most of 
ahe past week on the bench of De- 
partinent 11, In place of Jbdgfe Louis 
J>f- Myers, who is absent, Jand-' of De- 
partment 23. "''- 

The faetithat many contesting at- 
torneys have mutufLlIy agreed upon 
Mr. -Thompson's selection 
the high regard his bar associates 
have for his ability ah<^. reputation 
tor absolutely Impartial 'dealing '~ 
either criminal or civil cases. 




Why should I ask the support of 
my race at this time has been asked 
by some. I thinic my efforts in be- 
half of my race fully justifies my 
plea for racial support. Some eigh- 
teen years ago, -I, personally, in 
company with the late J. J. Neimore, 
went to Sacramento and assisted in 
lobbying through our: present Civil 
Rights Bill of which we have recent- 
ly heard so much. Not only that but 
at this very session of the Legtelature 
I secured the appointment of four 
Coloredrclerks, namely; F. H. Crum- 
bly, T. A. Gfceene, Chas. Wilson and 
3. W. Barfieid. I made the fight for 
the increase in pay for the janitors at 
the Hall of Records and was success- 
ful in having their salaries raised 
from $55 to $75 per month. The 
cases In which I have assisted mem- 
bers of our group in securing emijloy- 
ment by the city, country and state 
are too numerous to mention at this 
writing. Some of my enemies are 
charging that I lost all interest in ray 
race] after securing my appointraeni 
in the. Revenue Deprrtraent, noth'.ng 
could be farther from the truth as 
scarcely a day passed while I was in 
the department but what some mem- 
bers of our group did not call upon 
me. for some favor and in no in- 
stance was it refused. I am for my 
race as a part of the preat Amer- 
ican people as:« part of and shall al- 
ways favor such', measures ias shall 
b»nefit the masses. I am emphatic- 
ably in favor of the Police and Pire- 
men'n Pension ARieBdmefit and hope 
all my frieiids and supporters will 
use their best (endeayocs to put it 
over. 

Hoping to recielve , the .supitort of 
all fair' minded and' patriotic citi^eikS. 

Yours for our Common Country^ 
' JAMES M. ALEXANDER. 
(Adv.) . ' 


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'Mr. Horr, socialist candidate for 
Qovernt^r. pleased the Forum on. last 
Sunday when in a red hot and scin- 
tillating speech, he pUt forth some 
burning ^-traths along the line of 
political practices which are in 
vogue at the time and speaking from 
the standpoint- of a socialist, he both 
(prcefqlly and elojqnently pictured 
the ^hiUtipn' of tke common herd to 
the ntinMt d^^Kiit <6t the large and 
enthttsUstlQ «B4ience. 

There were other speakers, too, 

who aMayed to «BUchten the people 

•pea th« Iptricjicte^ of the varioiis 

^ •iiMa4tefBtj| wb)^ wUl >« upon tke 

t^Mft for NOT.Tti. 

HamiftoB, Mr. Presoott ahd 
^oanellBaB <Maw«U, all spoka for 
«r «M<Mt MTsnL. of the ain^4< 
atvMs.: - , , J- ■.- i ■ -. > 1 

Tbe Pproto tiM/4>ee»-nniiinK m» 

t9 tOfWtP' IU!ib< full; of iOtMWt 


.IV8T WILX< MAKE THE RAi'K 

In making ■ my ca^npaf^n for the 
Assembly in the 74th District I am 
sure that no fair and impartial ipiud 
should exact of me an -apology for 
my actions at this time. I, with all 
true Americans; have been taught to 
revere the free institutions of our 
beloved country. We are proud to 
look upon America as a country 
where each cltizfen king is guaran- 
teed th/ fullest expression of un- 
tramnielled political sentiments. 
Any attempt on the part of a par- 
tlculai; group or class to abridge the 
rights or. privileges of another for 
any supposed or fancied cause what- 
soever, is In direct violation of the 
fundameatal law of our land, and 
but sanctions those unjust and cruel 
conditions of pjolUical decadence of 
which many of Us have been the help- 
less victim. 

Now let us understand fully once 
and for all that this is a government 
of the people, by the people, and for 
the people: and that the people 
manifest their loyalty and devotion 
to their country and. the ideals and 
principles for which It staads in 
proportion as thiey sanely and peace- 
fully participate In the afairs of 
their country and seek to exemplify 
those principles of government. Any 
deviation from a safe and - sane, a 
fair and square active political poll 
cy Is Indicative of Cl.asr internsts and 
is eohtrary to the spirit of true 
Democracy. A certain element of 
our particular 'jronP ""y »« "^ell 
realise now as at any other f line that 
we are fully cbgnlzanti of ouf rtghta 
andar the laws of thW statib-l After 
a restdence of more than fortir years 
in CaMforoia, obeying her lalws, en- 
joying th* btessingB of her l|ree in 
BtitntloM. it' stents the height of jib 
littoia ynsmaiitfob th he questionad 
by tkoM whoiMr tengtii of residence 
here «*ar«>tt «i^yi0» them ^-* ^<^e, 
and trfco hi#e i*»e«n*ed ,ftro«a statae 
where they bare never been permlt- 
i«* to aaioy ihose prtvtle(e« that. 
ine6mp*raMe Oitifoniia affords, i:^ 
ya«tnk •tf^AnerkM iitatmeii t used 
In tiM Prtaharr laceatay hi»l4_that hr 
irotliK for any ■»▼• We' Jtfniinheiif, 
would apUt the totto f<^^^ ^ "^VM 
Umb wqttM get In tat atftl heini 

thn* iBttMJpUUtet >b«tic «H»»er« 


—Vote For and Elect — 

James Hosic - 

« 
FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE 
(Police Judge) 
Lea Angeles City 

Indorsed by Church Brothet-- 
hood and other .strong organiz- 
ations. Stands for square deal 
for all.l 


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Xo. D- 15783 
IX THE 8t'PERIOR. tOVRT OF 
THE COINTV OF Ii08 AXUEliES " 
State of California 

ludicatesH CORNELIUS BRADFORD, Plaintiff 

HATtIe BRADFORD. Defendant 

Xo. D-15788 

Action brought 1b the Superior (?«Drt 

of the County of Los Aiqtelcs, and 

ConipUint Filed in Ibe Officio of 

the Clerk of the Superior 

Court' of Said founty. 

The People of the State of Calir 

fornia. Send Greetings To: -: 

HATTTE BRADFORD, Defendant 
Vou are directed to appear in an 
action brought against you liy th* 
above named plaintiff in the Superior 
Court of th« County of Los Angeles. 
State of Galifornla, and to answer 
the complaint therein within teii 
days alter the service on ypu of this 
Summons, If served within the Coun- 
ty of Los Angeles, or within thirty 
days , if served eliewhere, and you 
are notified that unless you appear 
and answer, as above required, the 
Iilalntifr will take judgment for any 
riioney or dalnages demanded in the 
complaint, as aristng upon contract, 
or will apply to -the Court lor any 
other relief demanded in the Com- 
plaint. 

Given under my hand and seal of 
the Superior'Court of the County of 
Loe Angeles, State of California, this 
16th day of June, 1922. 

Seal. Superior Court of t,os Ange- 
les County. 

L. E-. LAMPTON, County Clerk, 
By ROY OOFF. .beputy. 
WM. KAY CRAWFORD. 

620 Ferguson Bldgi, Los Angeles. 

Cal., Attorney for Plafiitiin. 
Oct. 21, 1922, Date of Ist Phblicatioii 


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SM-yOTE FOR- 


George E. Glover 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
Ias Angeles Township 


HELP ELECT HIM 


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-RE-ELECT- 


bward R. Uiaw 

JUSTICE OFTHE PEACE 
: ' j Los Angeles Township 

^For— ; — ■ . 

''Fair Treatmoit and a Square 

Doalfor?^!^"^!! 


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RE-ELECT 


Edward Jndson Brown 

I ( Incuiiibant) 

JUSTICE OF I THE PEACE 

Ijidorsed, by the Bar Association. 
8 Years of able, conscientious and efficient 
service for the People. 




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FOR MAtiE: Fruit Ranch consist- 
ing of 64 fruit trees, : blackberries, 
grapes also a S-ro6m^ house, chicken 
and rabbit- corralls. l«t llSxiZl Ft. 
t3.O(^ff.0O: t50Q down: See,;i|rt, C. 
Hnlbert for this and other property, 


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pfflECTOBv Of MrarrciDKv 

: V MAf« SOCIRnC 

6«(*rs; 3. K. Carter. Prefident^ 

O. M. ptcClelUn, Tlce-preetdentj W; 

P. Oar^pt, esttetsibr: VL T. MItiAMi 

tSpOTii^fctftg 8, ^ J.»r*l. com^ 

tnsMiwn ^^ 1L lifpttsd^' kibnWatM, 


fmk S. Foibes 


'.JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
Lm Angeles Township 
He has field this position for the past 

twelve yjears. 
Indorsed by' the Municipal Leagrue, the 
Anti-Saloon League, the United Church 
Brotherhood, and the Young Men's Re- 
publican jLeague. 

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Poultry, Fish and Me^ai 

^ Market DeLuxe 

1014 CENTRAL AVENUE \ 

Aa tbr Fall S«aM>a approacbe For the beaeAt of tbeir costo* 
Mers th« BASBORS ar« looking out for yos. Reamnber our~fnotto: 
"The Best or Notliiiig (or our Tnuie; Coartcona Trratment." 


Don't (org«^ rh^ old Reliable. 


Visit Our Meat D^qutrtmoat 

S. M. BA^HOR 


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LOS ANGEI-ES, CAL. 



WATre, CAIOS 

^iMn. James Sklaner ot S. Co^- 
tan. Mis. M»ry Brtoeoe and Mias 
Skinner, sistv-in-fatirs to Mrs Skin- 
BM-. SIC dAicMeA wftk the troUj 
trip thcT took Ust Pridnr- 

Father Stark prawn H'd Mr. and 
Mrs. Qreen of Johm street with a 
baby sirL Mother and babr are 
dotoc Itaa., 

Mr. and Mrs. Perkins hare de- 
elded to mH their Lark street home. 

Mr. Waller of Worthinston STe,, 
Is moriag to his new home on A8t<^ 
street. ■ . 

Mrs. Abemathy on Sonlh Compton 
has been ill this week. ■\ 

Mrs.. B. W. Price oa Ttaazton St., 
entertained Thursday afternoon in 
honor of Bishap Fountain and wife. 
Other honored guests were .Rer. and 
Mrs. Ward a;nd Mrs. Rhode. 

Mr. Manesset arrired in ,the city 
from Kansas City, s He is delighted 
with California. 

Miss Allen was taken to the hos- 
p tal Tuesday in a serious condition. 

Mrs. Durham on So. Compton ia 
adding to the beauty of her Beauty 
ParJor. 

Rev. Skinner and son will appear 
on the literary and musical program 
to be rendered Thursday the 19th at 
1824 Central AVenoe at 8:00 p. m. 

Mrs, Lillie Nicholson will also 
sing. 


Wiork OB the oev Baptist Church 
Imperial has bec«n. L. J. i*re«maa 
of San Diego, is the contractor. 

' SACIUMnfTO 


NEEDLES NEWS 


THERE I^ A D1FFER£NCE 
TRY OUR 35c DINNERS AND SEE FpR YOURSELF 

Service Wltk A SmOe <'^ 

SILVElt THISTLE CAFE 

1310 East 9th Street 



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IMPORTAMT NOTICE 

FOR THE BENEFR- OF THO^ ATTENDING 

Joint Pupils' Recital 

John A. Gray and Sinclair White Mnrdock 

TUESDAY EVE., OCT. 24, 1922* 
~ INDEPENDENT CHURCH— ISth and Paloma Sts. 

The music classes of both Mr. Gray and Mrs. M.urdock 
are now full and this recftal is NOT for the purpose of 
soliciting nevV pupils but for the benefit of student, par- 
ent and public and for the general advancement of music 
in the community. Tickets of admission are FREE. No 
collection will be taken. 

It will be necessary that you are seated promptly' at 8:14 
p. m. in order to hear the grand opening ensemble.^ No 
one will be seated duriig the performance of a numb'er. 


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8C Bes. Ml* K« 

7 A. M. To • P. M. Bo^MM 


OoMO and Bm Tho CM WiiHaMa 
t. W. COLBBtAH 

Employmcot Agency 

If yon are looking for work and mean 
business yon will sare time and wor- 
ry by calling at my ofBce at once. My 
strict bosinesa dealing and careful 
selection hare won for me the eonfl- 
dence of thosa who want Colored 
help. 


Bf Mrs. Katie iMm 

ST. J.UIEK B.4PTI.ST C'Hl'RCH — 

Rev. W. H. M. pirkrrsoii. Pastor. 

We have again been permitted to 
open onr doors for the purpose ot 
Dlyine Worship. We rejoice in the 
God of our Sal-vation for His good- 
ness to us. The pastor spoke at 
both services on Sunday.. , The sub-^ 
jf'cr in the morning was 'Tlie Results 
of Forgiveness 

We were well helped fr§m the 
remarks. On Sunday; night the sub 
ject discussed was — 

Being born again" Many helpful 
things were said and we were made 
to rejoice. Pray for us out on the 
desert that God may strengthen us'; 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jackson and 
daughter. Miss Magetta from Vicks- 
bnrg, Mississippi are residents ot 
Needles. Mr. Jackson is the brother 
of D.M. Jackson. 

Mr. Oscar Green has returned to 
Xeedles again. 

Rev. W. J. Barton of Topeka. 
Kansas, the pastor of the Second 
Baptist Church was a passenger on 
No. 2 Wednesday enroute from, Los 
.\ngeles pissing thru N'eedles to his 
home. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas returned 
from their summer vacation spent 
in Los Angeles and Pasadena. ' 

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. DavlS' were in 
Los Angeles last week on business. 
We were glad to hear Mrs. W 


' Mr. and Mr;. Edward Ingram, who 
to(A a cottage for the month at th« 
baaeh^ have retunrad after spending 
■•THSl <iay« in ;8aa. Francisco. 

Ed Ibkitson, i«tet^n ifiaii .carrier, 
ha* be«a off sereral days and spent 
some time in looking over basiness 
locations In Oaklaad. He says 'ha 
is tanning for his boys' future. 

A merry crowd gathered at th» 
home of Mrt. Marry in Te« Street 
last Monday evening to celebivte her 
birthday. Which one the stranger 
was not able to And out.. 
All those present Were made to feel 
that they would like to have a birth- 
day party too, for there were many 
expressions of love l^t at ber home. 

W. H. Hayden.'chef at an Ar- 
buckle camp, came down Sunday, to 
spend the day with ' Mrs. Hayden, 
returning Sunday night. 

Miss Orophine Bums of MarysvlIIe 
is spending several days here as the 
guest of relatives. 

Uttle Alfred Maxwell has been ill 
a few days, nothing serious, iiowever. 

Mrs. U. G. Holland won the third 
prise, <6ne hundred dollars, in the 
Oakland Voice Contest. She worked 
hard and deserved to win. 

J. H. Click and son, John Henry 
Click of Tuscon, .\rix.. are recent ar- 
rivals and will make Sacramento 
their home. The senior Cllk is a 
carpenter and is employed by the 
Elspee Company. 

James & Du Pont of Sumter, S. C. 
recently discharged from the army, 
having served several yeaiTs in the 
Phillippihe Islands, spent the week 
end here seeking employment. He 
is a painter. 

Cullen Lee of Baltimore, Md.~, is 
a visitor here and Is giving us the 
locate. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scott of Seat- 
tle. Wash., relatives of Mrs. Mary 
Gttinn, have returned to, the city to 
aesin make this tbeir hdme. 


Th« A. M. BL Chnrek has kakea an 
n«w IKe since theanlTal of thetr 
pastor. Rev. S. fe. Bdwards, aad ejr- 
peet to do great things aiider tae 
leadership ot this man ot (Hkl\ 

At Second Baptist Ch*re& tike 
pastor preaeked an iBs^riagjaermoi 
In the ereniap the B. . P. V. groaiis 
had a Joint program which 'ras veiy 
ctcdttablaL Tl|e Negro Coaicil mtt 
Monday areaiac- at wUck t^e th^ 
held election of offices. 


BirBBSOHB SS AP fflpXCS 


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Charles 


_... By Jaw Hawker, 

Mrs. G. W. Bnssy of Impeiiil Ciiy 
visited her mother, Mrs. M^>ses -Bf- 
e«ni. last week. 

Mr John Untes of Loe Angieles w4s 
shaking hands- with relatiyes 
friends here last week. 

Park A^^tte v^aptist 
voted to ordain Bros A. P. 
and W. G. Goodwin, which 
done in the near fntnre 
Seaton has expressed hiihself 
desirous of going a missiobary t|o 
Afri<<a. 

Mr. Carl Gordon came 
Coachila for a ivisit to relatj(ves anjl 
friends. 

Messrs". H. O. Dobgon 
Edwards, G. D. Williamson ^nd Mn, 
Roy Alexander sang for the Knights 
of Columbns(wfaite) last week. 

Messrs Geosce H. Gordon 1 and H 
O. Dobson, have organized 4 dram i 
and will be at your call ip abou|c 
sixty days. - -. j 

Quite a .number of Parkj.A.venu; 
and second Baptist Church members 
attenfled the cOmer stone laying of 
the New Pleasant Hill Baptisit 
Church in Los Angeles Sunday- 
Mr. Howard B. Williamsan olf 
Los Angeles came to visit hin fathef 
Kev. H. H. Williamson last week 

Mrs. R. H. Lester and h«r aunt 
Mrs. B. Alexander, came u^ 
Santa Ana last Saturday. 

Mr. George Thompson of 
ville was a visitor Sunday 


of the Blackment Oil, Gas smd Min- 
ing Company of Oakland, spent sev- 
eral hours here Sunday looking over 
prospective oil stock buyers. The 
Blsckmint Company's holdings are 
in San Bardino. 

Cards a're out here announcing 
the candidacy of Edward D. Mabeou 
of San Francisco, for Associate Jus- 
tice of the Supreme Court for the 
short term ending January 5th, 1923. 

There seems to b« a splendid 
chance to elect one of our group to 
this high position, by writing his 
name on the ballot in the Jnlicial 
Column and placing an X after it. 

Mrs. Bertha Bogan continues to be 
held bed fast with her illness. 

The French Sfodel Laundry of 
which E. W. Robinson is the senior 
member, will be. ready tor inspection 


Jopes is doing nicely In the hoapltil in time for tlte National Laundry 


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Pasadena. 
The little daughter of Air. and 
Mrs. Chester Dejohn, Joice, has been 
very ill for the last week Was re- 
ported last night to be a little bjstter. 


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Law aad OaDeetlaa 


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ooeoew 


Camo School for 
Hair Growing 

CAMO HAS ESTABLISH. 
ED ITS REPUTATION 

as t}ie most soeeefliifal 
HAIR GROWER on Vkai 
PLANET. 

Mifls Adah Rom, Oie ^ 

coverier of CAMD aft M» 

Hoalock St. is hottsed for 
bnaiiK 


Miss Ross first grew h«r 
own hair. WiOiiii the 
past few years of operv 
titm iB'L«ii Anceles, riifr 
has grown many hnadnd 
beaotifal growths for wo- 
men hf Caaao who were 
void of beanfy prior to He 
introdaetion. 


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:NeviUe*s Prng Store 

Service Every Second 

is no Boed of going down town to trade when jtm 




r Si Bp.tB.d BtB DR UG jSTORE in yonr neidriMBlMod. 

WffH DOWIf^roWH PBKESw 3^ <N > 


Rev. B.,N. Brown, pastor of the 
Second Baptist Church left tor Pas- 
adena list Monday evening tp attend 
the meetin gof the Board ^oif Pro- 
motion of the Western Baptist As- 
sociation. 

Rev. h- S. White, C. M. E. Chureji 
closed his pastorate here last Suii- 
day and left Sunday evening for the 
Church Conference. Although a 
very young man. Rev. White has 
conducted a Very successful pas- 
torate . More has been dona to re- 
duce the church -building debt dur- 
ing the past year than during all the 
previous years combined. He is 
anxious to complete his education 
and will no doubt be so stationed 
4hat he can carry out his ambition. 

Large* aa4ience8 greeted Rev. 
Herring of the A. M. E. Church last 
Sunday. He has begun a reorgan- 
ization of his wrok ^and prospects 
are very promising: Mrs. De 
Vaagha^ and Misses Travers and 
Cutley are assisting in the work in 
the Sunday School anrt the church 
choir. ... 

MeSBia. Emmet McCoy and Jas- 
per Pavis are students in Pasadena 
High School^ They are respectively 
FreshmaD and Senior. 

Mr. L. E. Gray formerly of Tulsa, 
Okla.. ha» purchased the Ideal Cafe 
in East Mala Street. He has made 
many improvements and is conduct- 
ing a flrat elass^eafe. 

W. K.; Howse. oar merchant has 
retnrae from a several days' visit in 
Los Angeles and the Beach towns 
and is dotag a thrtrinchnsiness. 

A nnmber of personsTrom here 
attendede' the party given ia Cat 
exico in honor, of Miss WUla May 
McCalI,om last Thursday. 

Mr. W- H. Rober^on, the painter. 
Is recoreriac from a severe acddeat 
wUea (Mosred in a nnaway a tew 
weelis ^a > 

"The Br^vthflTbbod and a few ont- 
side bieiBito have made it poasihle 
for jSr XMBK people of the .Second 
Baptist £! S. to receive mnsieal in- 
ctraetioaT^ An orcltMtTa of tea 
pieeaa kas already begna te to a r sa l a. 
TlM StaidaT School aaes "rile Worthy 
Praiw.'' by Loread aad WOsoa. 

"tke yoaac people o( tke StarUsht 
BaiA saV« *■ intmtata»eBt last 
-fiatarday vrepiiac. It was a flamar 
etel ■■< I ess 

Bev. Georsis B. Davis preached 4a 
^texieo last Saaday tax tke Beeo^A 
Stptiat Ckaich Coasregatloa. . | 
A larsa aaBkar or petwaa tnm 
kereattesMM wrrleaa ks Brawllr 
iMt Sto^ajr. Bar. Brown pr e aeWi^ 
Farias tfeaaflaolooa. , *" 

Otevaral tta^w an arrivNc nom 
Tesaa, AiMaai, N»ir Huleo^aa< 
OkUMfS ; O W o rt aattteit kiMl >•«> 
made; eat a «■•*•«' 
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am uioiic ...... .-V... ^ Mrs. Aaron Wiley is still sEck anj 

Mr. Charles Rogers, representative ' conned to her bed. 

Mr. Walter E. Webb, okr autit 
repairman has moved his i lace c 
business from Sedgwick fst -eet jUl 
10 th Street where he is 1^1 er pre 
pared to carry on his bosinesi . ! 

Mrs. R. H. Lester, who came dowii 
from Santa Ana to visit her father 
Rev. H. H. Williamson and hei 
hroth#r left Monday for horn? 

Mrs. Bdmonia Alexander^ n-ho has 
been on a visit to her bro her-in 
law. Rev. H. H. Williamso i and 
children, will le^ve for Manhattan, 
Kas.. heri home^n Oct 22nd. 

Bishop W. A. Fountaine of the 
A. M. E. Church visited the local 
church and preached Sunday light 

The Bishop was greetpil by 
packed house Snd he delivered a 
great message, |wbich was greatly 
enjoyed. _ ! 

Pleasant Hjju <J3aptift Cbar/:b 
layed the corner stone of ihaif new 
Twenty Thousand Dollar EdlBce in 
Los Angeles (as^ Sunday. Rev. W 
H. Rozier. the pastor has Remon- 
strated beyond all doubt that church 
can live and raise money wiihbut re- 
sort to entertainments for not an 
entertainment was given Hn| raiso 
money for this new edifice. 

Now when it is evident that 
is n^t able to support itself >t 
disband. At the corner stone 
6ver eleven hundred ($1,100.! 


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week campaign; - This coftpany has 
spent several thousand dollars in 
remodeling and aew e««ipment 
which givea kken one of the best 
planU in Sa»erior. California. Mr. 
Robinaon is one !of oar progressive 
business^ men and this is another 
step_up in the Industrial field. 

The bfg news of the week that has 
set the tongues of the people agoing, 
is that Saturday < between midnight 
and dawn the-Kyle.Tempft A. M. E. 
Zion Church, received a brand new 
coat of paint. A note addressed to 
ibe pastor. Rev. T. Allen Harvey, was 
backed on the door, saying that the 
work had been done by the Ku Klux 
Klan, the Kleagle himself, superin- 
tended the job and painted the roof. 
The Klansmen said they were not 
opposed to the blacks andl the Rev. 
Mr. Harvey In his* evening sermon 
said he favored the KUn and would 
be glad to become a member Jf »t 
was possible. The reverend has been 
the recipient of other favors from 
Klansmen and- has antagonised a 
large group of his people by his 
vacillating attitude. 

ngWAMiyS KB.WS 

By Uwmi Votme. _^ 

Mr E V. Johnson retpmed Fri- 
day morning from an extended trip 
through Texas. 

Mrs. Ware who has been on the 
sick list for the past few areeks is 
able to be np snd out among friends 

NeWs comes to us that Mwter 
John Lashly of Needles has been 
very ill since returning home. Mr. 


hurch 
hould 
ayina. 
I Dol- 
from whqm all blessings flow. I 

Rev. C'. J. Lockhart staged a 
huge welcome f<>r Bishop Fountaine. 
Sunday, and everybody was out 
dressed in their Sunday best, S. great 
program was arranged with Erother 
Lockhart a stage manager. Jay 
Hawker was out to deliver a greet- 
ing for the ministry and church of 
the city. But the Bishop didn't 
show up at that time. (No fs.ult of 
the Bishop you know) for he liad no 
knowledge of the proirram. But 
those in attendance enjoyed it any- 
way. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cartel have 
two sick ciiildren 

There are qnite a few stran^rs in 
onr midht. 

Rev. W. H. Rosier will $11 his 
pulpit at Park Are. Sunday. 

Magfaolla^Lodge 54T0 G. I.' 
F. held an interesting meeting 
day night last. 


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MONEY IN A NICE HOME OF YOUR OWN. 


BARGAINS IN ACREAGE, LOTS AND HOUSES — S- I 
ROOM MODERN HOUSSIS, ALL NEW— 42S00; $350 DOWN, 
BALANCE $25.00 PER MONTH. 

TAKE A COMPTON LOCAL CAR, GET OFF At ABILA 
STATION AND COME TO 210 MANHATTAN STREET^ 

See M- L. Duckett ' 

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Lashly is the baby son of Mr. aad ^ ^ n^eiy spot on Friday Evening Oct. 
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Mrs. John Ulshly, St., and the ijand 
son of Mr. aad Mrs. Black. High 
avenue this dtT- , '«'- ^in*^, P; 
Dones and Irioad. made a flying trip 
to our city SttBday, vlsiUng his 
brothel', Rer. Charles B. Dones of 
Alu Street. ^, ,„ 

Mr W. Hard of San Wmas was in 
the city Saaday visiting Mr. and 
Mrs. Geo. WUUmbs of ith Street. 

Bishop W. A. FounUln and P^K. 

WashiBft** WM» ''*"' i"" ^.^ 

A. M B. CfcartA Satarday eveaJag, 

and. the BWiop P*:^**** ■ "^* 
wonderfal aerawm. The choir was 
at iu beat and a moat enjoyable 
evening was speat hy »». *■«» •«- 
tended this sarrice. .j^„r 

Mr. Braeat Brown wko has fcwa 
HI tor tke fast fair jawstha, pasaed 
away at Ma kome tA CeatraS are.. 
Tkanday aMrateg aad '«■*!»"?* 
from tki'SMoad Baptist Ckarhr 
Satard«f ' a««ri«f«»- *•*• Ckarles 

B. D«^ oBdiiiic. 


V Mrs. St^ 
sister of' 
for a v^. 

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totta] 

BIT. aa#l& 
«t Mrs. Birtotta. 


jot Saa Difeiv ">* 
' lata tkacity 


the little ptoy -*Every-6lrl." 
"Every-GIrt" is a mOiralify play 
portraying the character ^ every 
sehdol girl. The cast waa well se- 
lected aad each member played her 
part to perfection. The ca it of 
characters was as folloirs: 

> School Bell ...'■ Irene Jjamea. 

^nestion Mark Bdith HudneU 

Dolefnl Damps .Inez' Joinsoh 

Exams — , JSdna Jolnaoa 

Nothing .. Gwendolyn ScheaSer 

Bverygirl : EIU V right 

Wish .... ...........^ Nora' L*sri» 

Slang -; :_- Jeaa F itrick 

The CUqae Dorotliy Hailaellt 

ILovaiae Price and Re||ecBaHe^ 

WlUiama. 

Jealoasy p .._ .,.6ladyB yord 

Hate .^.L.-. Jlyrtle Mcllaaiel 

liOTe aad l4>yalty...-JUe ARce Tar- 

ner. 
Alma Mater ....>.Ata Ford Sabers 
Laagkter ....._-.;_.-.ffla49a- Ss (Mara 
CSsta Bcott. 

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Coqunercial and Personal Work. Banquets, Parties and 
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THK FIB8T A. H. E. CHURCH — 
aih and Towaa Ave. 

RevT A. M. Ward. Minister 

Sooth 3780 Bea. 1466 Griflth 


Rev. Ward will occupy his pulpit 
in historic Eighth and Towne Avenue 
Church Sunday st 11 o'clock. Ma- 
sic will be {umished by both choirs, 
under direction of Organist Elmer C. 
Bartlett, who has just returned horn 
from a three months vacation. 

The Senior Choir, J. T. Norris, 
president, will furnish the program 
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. 
Prof. BarUett will be the prlnclpftl 
speaker. Miss Margarlte James will 
also tell us of her visit to Wilber- 
force and other points in the Eiast. 

Rev. Ward occupied his pulpit 
Sunday morning for the first time ia 
tkls new Conference year. He was 
greeted by a large audience includ- 
ing more than a score of prolninent 
visitors. He delivered his sermon 
from Joshua 3:4; using as hts text, 
"For Ye Have not Passed this Way 
Heretofore. Pastor Ward emphas^ 
ised the fa'at that the opening of 
another Conference year'R activities 
calls to servfce — to new opportun- 
ities and to far greater responsibili- 
ties. Concluding he declared that it 
is the gracious privilege of Christ's 
followers to appropriate His life — 
His love and His Spirit to advance 
Christ's kingdom and promote His 
glory." Many and loud were the 
Amens! Nine persons responded to 
the call and united with the mem- 
bership of the church. The choir, 
under direction of Mrs. Fred M. Rob- 
erts sang as if by inspiration; and 
the audience took up the refrain. 
Rev. H. B. Gantt delivered a good 
sermon to a very representative 
audience Sunday nignt. The choir 
furnished good music with Mrs. Rob- 
erta at the helm. 

There was quate a little excite- 
ment when ' Prof. Elmer C. Bartlett 
entered the church and took his seal 
in the audience. Prof. Bartlett had 
just returned from a three months 
vacation in the South and in the far 

St. 

The A. C. B. League is growing by 
leaps and bounds these days with 
every Committee at work keeping 
every member busy. The progi-am 
committee will present Mr. Daniels 
in a number this Sunday, a Solo by 
Mrs. Howard, and young Master Al- 
exander Norris will give one of those 
addresses which are causing so much 
comment. The League Intermediate 
Choir will furnish excellent music. 


SW.OND A. M. E. CHUR<'H 
1730 EaKt 53rd St. 

lt<-v. Robt. Houw?, Pastor 


Sunday School, 1):30 A. M.; Freach 
ing. 11 a. m.. Subject: Peace and 
good will; Allen C. E. League, 6:30 
p. m.; Preaching 8 p. m.. Subject: 
A Righteous Invitation. 

You are welcome to worship with 
us. 


FIR.ST A. .M. E. ZIOX t HIR<H 
: Cor. Pico and Palonui 

Rev. W. E. KHaw, Pastor 


HT. PAui. uanavao siAM, iAl*- 

TtST CHUBCIt— 
1385 B. aist St. 

Rev. R. IT. Holt, D. D., Pastor 


The services last Sunday were la' 
teresting and inspiring. Pastor Holt- 
niled the pulpit at both serrleea, 
feeling himself again after speadtng, 
a few days of indisposition. He 
preached as never before, Sabj.: 
"Religion that Counts." Every lis- 
tener seemed to take heed to thU 
timely warning and Gospel message; 
Bot BOOB shall we forget the religion 
that counts when we visit the 47 
ertods and cvtts operating in this 
great cUy%ll .are saying this is the 
way — Can we but say who Is who. 
Tio this occation Madam Dossey was 
in evident!^ as soloist. Five asaes- 
slons were.added'. Heart Him! 

11:30 A. M. — Hell where it is and 
who Is there. 

7:45 P. M. — Heaven where it is 
and who is there. Botk sermons by 
Pastor Holt. 

Rally 

Sunday is Annual Rally Day dear 
friends and well #lsher8 — all are 
welcome. 

Visit us at St. Paul. 


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Iljebat at thtti. titte bH rifowt^ 
'ffttiemtn in fiiaorgtat nta Suidik 
|Mt- M. th* Piutor «1» Aceapy IM 
pttqrtt at the nioftsina; houK In ihe 
mintac the dalagatM to tha Annwtl 
HMetiuf ot the Aasoelation wbl^h 
e6hT«n«d tUi yntik. wltb the ICoiifit 
HoUrWQOd Charcit, wiU glye tU^ 
Tepbrta.. You are 1 cordially Invlteid 
to attend »U these tonrloee.' 


CHURCH OF (dHBIH? XBMFLES>-i 
Car. S7th and sifomi Sta. 

C. P. Jones, Piutor 


.ST. JOH.V MISSIONARY BAPTIST 

rHri»c»— 

iMtt PaloBMKo Ave. 

Rev. D. C. Knox, Pastor. 

The spirit was very high all day 
last Sunday in our services. The 
pastor came tous with two. burning 
messages froni— the great National 
Baptist Convention that met in the 
city of Nashville, Tenn, Sept. 7th. 
The pastor used for his snbject the 
changeless Christ, Heb. 13-11., and 
continue^ Sunday night from t'uC 
same subject. We are extending a 
broad invitation to the public to at- 
tend all of our services. 

Sunday School 9:30 a. m. and 
preaching at 11 :30 a. m. B. Y. P. U. 
6:00 p. m. Pre'ahclng at 7:30 p. m. 
Come one and all. Home Mission 
meets every Monday night at 7:30. 
Prayer Services every Wednesday 
night.. Come andi hear the Great 
Pastor of great intellect, who is pre- 
pared to deliver a Gospel message. 
B. M. McGlony, Clerk. 


THK ilETR0P01.IT AN BAPTIST 
CHLBCH — 

37th and Paloma Streets. 

Rev. M. C. Carter, Pastor 

Services throughout the past Sun- 
day were glorious. The pastor 
preached two very inspiring sermons. 

Rev A. J. Williams, Pafctor of 
Mt. Zion Baptist Church brought 
his choir aiTd congregation in a joint 
service Sunday aftepioon. His ser- 
mon was logical and. instructive, and 
was enjoyed ^y the entire congrega- 
tion. * 

The pastot will flll the pulpit 
next Sunday at l>oth services. Spe- 
cial music will 6e rendered by the 
choir. Everybody welcome. 


Sunday. October ^2nd will i>e quar- 
terly meeting day for this church. 
Rev. E. M. Clark. Presiding Elder 
for this district will preach in the 
morning. He will not be able to be 
present Sunday evening so Rev. Shaw 
will preach on "The L'hpardonable 
Sin" or "Sinning Against the Holy 
Ghost." We all want to hear this 
most Interesting sabjfict discussed 
so come early to get a seat. 
, Last Sunday morning the pastor 
preached on "Brotherhood." Acta 
in; 6. He lodgeth with one Simon a 
. tanner, whose house is by the sea- 
side. The brotherhood displayed by 
this Jew aqd Gentile should exist 
between all men and all nations. 

The evening text was The Back- 
slider and what Becomes of Him — 
Genesis 13:12. Never be(or« liave 
we realized the awful results of sin 
and backsliding as in the case of 
Lot and the judgments that inOKt 
surely follow sin. 

The attendance was excellent. FUt 
new members enrolled for the day. 

Prof. Bynuin has a very broad 
smile every Sunday. His choir ia 
rendering extraordinary good music. 
The old time, son^ sound mighty 
good. , 

Prayer and Praise service each 
Wednesday evening. Snnday School 
9:30 a. m.; Bible Class 6 p. m.; U. 
C. E. Society 7 p. b. 

Mian E. McCarthy will render a 
^olo in her sweet soprano voice and 
Mr. Buchanan :Wlil give a reading tit 
the Young Peoi>le meeting. — 7 until 
8 each Su^^ay a good program. 

E^verydne^ls most cordially invited 
. to attend and warship with ns in all 
our services. 


l>BOPIiE8 INDEPENDENT CHL'KCH 
18th and Paloma 
■> Ker, N. P. Gregg, Pastor 
Peoples Independent Church of 
Christ Sunday School every Sunday 
morning 9:30; preaching 11 a. m. 

Ilnnday being the day before the 
last Annual Quarterly Conference, 
the Pastor delivered his. annual mes- 
sage to Conference, it Was a very in- 
spiring message. The soloist for the 
morning was Mrs. Blanch Woods; 
there were two accessions. The ev- 
ening services were turned over to 
the committee of memoirs directed 
by Mrs. G. K. Beavers, Jr. 


limCH ST. CHRISTIAN CHIKCH— 
F. C. CMltfan, Minister 


The 9««pla Oft Oeld at this place 
rejoiced with.^ctpeeding great Joy t6 
have their heldVed pastor, Eld^r C. 
P. Jonta, in his aceiutomed plaee, 
Sunday, after lan alienee ot ten 
weeks hn an evangellatic tour thru 
the south and eaat. The librd was 
graelottsly preaent with tltia Hts 
man-servant, and used him as an in- 
Btmment. to help an4 bless tliousands 
of hearts and ttomes. 

Elder Jones was re-elected Presi-r 
dent of the National Holiness Con- 
vention which conrened in Mont- 
gomery, Ala., in Aiignst, and was 
unanimously elected; pastor of the 
Temple in Jackson, 'Miae., one ot the 
largest churches in the ' south, , but 
this great man of God is led of the 
Holy Spirit to continue his charge 
over the small flock in Los Angeles, 
we praise God for such a man, and 
for such a leadler. 

Elder Jonea, though tired from his 
busy and extensive trip, delivered to 
his peopIe'Sundax two such glorious 
messages as Htted and thrilled them 
with spiritual zeal. 



Meetfl 1st and Jrd Monldays of each 
month at OlfD FEUX^WS UAJM 
Cor. .8th «nd Wall Si 

W. C. HAMMOND,, C. C. 

WM. W. BSSTTON, K. of R. A S^ 
1C54 B. ^nd Stiteet. 


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t'HRI8TIAK,..CinJ?CH— 

mh and WWH Streets. 

Rev. M. PrMerirk Mitchell, Pastor 

Rev. Mrs. Howard C. Branbc oc- 
cupied the pulpit at the Christian 
Church Jast Sunday morning. Mrs. 
Branch's sermon w^s a masterly one. 
All who beard it were amazingly 
empressed, with its logic; with its 
BUbJectematter and with its clear ess. 
Preceeding the discourse Madam Vi- 
ola Harris Brmdon, with the choir 
electrified thf bearers and speaker 
with a well ifirepared singing pro- 
gram. Mrs. Branch In high terms of 
praise spoke of the excellency of 
Madam Brandon's musical gift; and 
how wonderfully inspired she was to 
listen to the gospel In singing. Mrs. 
May Williams in a charming manner 
sang a solo which was Iddeed a 
source of inspiration.,. The Y. P. S. 
C. E. «nder the leadet-ship of Mr. 
Carter had a lively discussion. Fol- 
lowing Alls meeting, Rev. G. C. 
Coleman caught on wings of inspir- 
ations ef the day brought us-another 
appreciative qermon. Subject, "The 
Great Commission." We enjoyed the 
presence of a number of visitors. 
The Pastor will occupy the pulpit 
next Sunday at both services. Sub- 
jects: Sunday Morning, "A Few of 
the Little Things that are Big 
Things. In the evening "Modern 
My False Proph^." A day ot 
spiritual feasting is promised, you 
are cordially invited to metit with 
us. 


FOR SALE: S room house by owner 
at 1364 E. 23 street. . 


OUR CHOIR 


lABERNACliB BAPTiST CHVRCH 
t2th and Hnnibck Streets. 

, Tabernacle bad a great goepel 
celebration Sunday. Our m.pnt:hs were 
filled with laughter and our tongues 
with slngiag. The Lord did great 
things for ns, whereof we are glad. 
The flrst tmmpet was KfUnded, 
there followed hail and Ore mingled 
with blood which sigaiiled a storm 
of errors now sweeping the world. 
The third part of treea, (if green 
grass was burnt Indicated both the 
clergy and the laity In error and 
false in the doctrines of Bible. 

Sunday 11:00 a. m. The subject 

vill be the groat wonde£ef heaven. 

A woman clothed with the snn, and 

^ the m'oon under her t«et and upon 

' her bead a crown of twelve stars. 

8,: 00 p. m, sBbJect, What is.thnt in 
yont hMdT Of laklhT vknt'Ytt*, 
bav* ud makloc «1ut ytn wMM.f 
Ii^lftfa subject we 9od that we hove 
jai Hrhnt «• »mfi V wa bet know 
Iwnr to nae it. 

btH tfe« iMnied ««e^ 9t a Mw 
■mfotha Mti* «li niicailmBaantt mi4 
htfst thltjwnujn. ft^WfU be a. 

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Inspiration and entliasiasm mark- 
ed the day at this church last Lord's 
day. Attendance fine at all services. 
Many new faces. 

The ttastor occupied the pulpit 
morning and evening. His sermon 1 
at 11:00 a. m. upon th^ subject "Tht> 
Tree of Life" was inspiring and helt>- 
ful. He took for his text Rev. .2: 
14, from which he showed that Christ 
is that "Tree of Life,** and declared, 
a£ mnni by diaob«dience, in the gar- 
den 4f Eden, loat his right to that 
"fr^e Of Life, so man niust. by obe- 
dience, Tegi^in the right ltd this "Tree 
at Ltfe," is Ctoist Jesua. Two 
yonnx persons responded to the In- 
vitation. Mr: Turner, a young min- 
ister of Texas, and" Mies Frlsby, a 
yoinng lady of Lexington, Ky. 

Oar hearts are deeqly aggrieved in 
consequence of the death of our be- 
loved brother A. C. Richardson; who 
died at his residence, 1044 E. Wash- 
ington St., Monday morning, 6:30 
o clock. Funeral, Saturday, Oct. 
tl»t, 1 : 00 p. m. from the Indepen- 
dent Church, 18th and Paloma Sts. 
Our church, and the city of Los An- 
geles, sustain a great loss in this 
good man. 

We anticipate interesting services 
next Lord's day. Preaching 11:00 
A. M. and 8 P. M. Bible School, 
9:46 A. M. and C. E. Society 7:O0 
P. M. Come early. Nou are most 
cordially welcome*. 

lilNOOLi r»flbl OyAI< CTNGREGA' 
AlONAL CHUHUH-^ 
84th Street aWd Centi-AI Ave. 
ftrr. tL H. tightner, PastiM-. 

Sunday wai a day filled with good 
things it thin church. The pastor 
occupied tbe'iralpit at the moAiing 
hour and broMht a practical aieange 
u^ing as his iett: "Herein Is my 
Fathfr .gtoriHed that ye bear much 
trtilt." John If: 8. 

At <;00 o'elodi ii) tn^thernoon 
Di. S. e. Q*tm At the lnd«»end«ttt 
Chnrch gave tile last in the seMas of 
ttWNwseaTtQ OM a^an ^ Chnt^es. 

(ritiLiMiiw. ' Atrnktm lone t« be 
rememberad tor It^'clear ennncUtion 
otcmmik ItirmOism pMvUate* 
i^iid dutiea.^ Many ofhis parishioaira 

.<**nl#»«4 .~««Bfc «•,"' e«M atfUn 
;At tha ^rMtftf honr th* i^atorj 
Uw . tad : .i«.: a ^ mHw oo 

^,„r t»a Ci>iia»»|^^' Back,' 

i-i:;-' :.-.-: rM 


No church In America has a more 
loyal wor capable chorus than St. 
Paul. This body of young people 
freely give their talent in the ser- 
vice of Christ. They are regular 
and faithful in their attendance at 
rehearsals and Sunday services. 
They deserve and have the heartiest 
appreciation et Pastor and people. 
Twice a year they render a special 
program that members and fiends 
may express their hearty ajpproba- 
tion ot the work done by thls< Sue 
chorus and at all times a more en- 
thusiastic bunch yx>u never met. 
They are now hard at work prepara- 
tory to their Christmas cantata that 
promises the best yet. Director, 
C. V. Pitts is loved and supported 
by every member of this organiza- 
tion. \ Thursday evening they gave 
their Semi-annual Social Progarm 
and were royally intertainetl at the 
residence of Mrs. M. O. Patton, 
Chairman of the Social Committee^ 

Watch these columns for oi^r 
next affair. 



FOR RENT: furnished rooms, all 
modern with housekeeping privi- 
leges. Phona 77X18 
10-9-r-8. '' 


FOR RENT: Nieely turnlEhed rooms 
for two men or man. and wife close 
to car line with uM of kitchen. 1368 
Newton St. Phone So. 4199. 
l«-t4-23-r-4 


WANXlED: A two or three room 

apartment Man and wife. Carc/Of 

Calif. lEagl6. Phone. 160-44. 

10-14-r-2. 

FOR iaSST: Furnished rooms on 

red ear line. 921 i:.:9th street. 

Broadway^307? 


!rWO ROOM APARTM£N1SUiU. 
VVksmBED. HOT AND OOIJ> 
«1T K. Sml ST. flE^ * MBS. O. O. 
lOMOKDia, tBlOPH. NBAB SAN 
nSOflO AT. PHONE MAIN aiM, 


J(3f OKGE A. IHOOPER 

. I POLICE JUDGE 
JttatM* ol FeaciB ot L»b Aqg«- 

Hw.r 



S. THACKER 
TAXUMtmo 
Ore l i j i B ii J .- MiiUanry, Bnidtag, 
BiabroM6rii«. 

ttm m. mth t*., um Aa««ie«, cai. 

rnmlahed front room tn 
CoaveDleat to Brook- 

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GRAND LODGE ROSTEilfr— ; 

KNlOHn OF PYTHIAS E. « W. H 

JiiriMtlGtiaa of CaUfonila, IMS'SS 

P. Q. C-r-J. J. Bunch, Piiaadena, Cat. 

G. C. — Jacob Scares, P\ O. Box 68, 

Sacramento, ' Cal. 
O. V. C. — W. P./Tayuloi 

to, Cal 
G. P. — H. W. Noel, Pai 
a. M. of P. — S A Jac: 

mento, Cal. 
o;. M." ot E. — J. M Tay|or, Los An- 

snles, Cal 
O. K. R. S.— H W Markham, 1133 

E. Mth St.t Los Angeles, Cal. 
O. M. A. — A. D. Camel], Pasadena, 

Cal. - 

Q. I. G. — S Gibson, Los Angeles. Cal. 
O. O. O.— W DailB, Lob Angeles, Cal. 

Oramd Trustees 

F. Harper, Paaadena, Cal.; O. W. 

Talbot, Saeraijiettto, Cat,; B. F. 

Kenney, Sacramento, Cal 

The California Eagle-^The Official 

Organ. .! ' 

The next Grand session at Sacra- 
mento. Cal.. 1923. 

. LODGB NOTICE 

Officers of the 

Most. Worshipful 

Sovereign Grand 

Lodge of Free 

and AcceptedMa- 

Bons tqr the State 

of California for 

H- W. arand liaatw, J. H. Wilson; 

addreaa 6S1> Holmes Are.. L. A. 

R. W, Deputy a. M., T, 8. Jnhawn. 

Onklaad 
R. W. Grand Senior tardea, J. ^ 

Brtnson, SaoramentK 
R. W. Gnni Jaalor Wardoa, T. : B. 

Johnson, Los Angeles. 
A. W. Qf^nd TrMliBror, B. & Hoa»> 

tM. Bakan&eld.' 
R. W. Grand Lecturer. Samae* 

Knight. Loe Aacelea. 
R. W. Grand doentvr, O. W. 'V^iJ- 
abn: addreaa til D. St.. Harya- 
TiUe^ 

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DIREOTORT GRAND CHAPTER 

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. 
State ot OaHfornla Aad AwtsdlctloB. 
Grand W. Patron, Mr. J. Q. Ed- 
monda. 1360 B. tSd street. Loe 
Los Angelaa. 

Grand W. Matron, Mrs. Aline J. 
Honaton, 1729 Chester Lane Bakers- 
fleld. 

A. 6; Patron, Mr. J. H. WUIlng- 
ham, Los Angeles. 

A. O Matron. Miss Mattye Jones. 
Berkeley 

Grand Trees., Mra. Blisab^h 
Brown, Oakland. 

Grand Secy., Mrs. Frances A. Tyr- 
rel, 568 Chenery street. Ban Fran- 
cisco. 

Grand Condnqtreef, Mrs. Ousts 
Johnson, Marysrllle. 

Grand A. Conductress, Mrs. Lola 
Beat, Redlanda. 

Grand Lecturer; Mrs. Lanrenoa 
Butts, Loe Aaselea. 

Roeetta TenuMa No. 10 S. U. T. 
maeti tad and 4th Tharaday of each 
month at 2 p. m, at Haaonle Tempie 
ilOSH Ceatnl Ave. 

— HR8. W. H. jaitBS. W. p. 

ItSS Hooper Ara 
KATIE OhHSHft, Secy., 

15»» Paloma Are. 



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FRED MASON 
MUtortkejf-aiAmw aad Notary PtiMio 

Practice in an the Courts of CaU-, 
tonita. Consultation Free. 

' Office: 224 S. Spring ' St., Room 
811; Phone Pico 1138. Residence: 
£36 BTlrch St.; Phone Bdwy.'1062. 

A ^uare deiil and a delivery ot 
the goode. 


PheMAiyaM64-J 

Special R«Im 

By Tlie WMk or Month 

THE LACEIAND 

FimualiMi RocpM 

Wallace St n ieyfeland. Prnm 

afro i2tii st^liart^^T 

I TEACH 


1%; iii<i 


Alpine tmapMriCA. l, O. B. 8. 
Beets Urat and third. Wedneediai' 
attaniooni at > o'Cloek at the kail 
814)6 Ceatral An. 

HR8. NAlknr BRVIN, W. M 

MAGNOIilA. liODGK. NO. B4TB 

nVMMBDEt fAL, 

meets the taA iaA 4th Tiiasday ev- 
enings ot^eack aeath; all members 
In good stanoing of the Q. tJ. O. ot O. 
F. are alwaya irelcoaa. . 

GEO. b' GORDON, P. 8. 


For QokIk Sunriem 
"Call for BM ami 1*11 call for 

,You" 
ROBERT T. TANKSLEY TAXI 

' SERVICE 

7-PaMenf«r Hudaon Super-SlK 
OiFieo: 1146 Central Ave. 

Main 1476 
Rea: 1I3^A e. llth St. 
U 61070 


Home, of the 
Maater Swiss and American 

Watchmakers 

We make your watch tell the 

truth 

lANE JEWELRY CO. 

3S6S. HillSt. 

S^OR RENT — 3-room furnished 
apartment with private l>ath. Phone 
12463. 


TANKSLEY A. SPELLMAN 

•^Taxi Selirice De Luxe- 
Latest Cars — Huson Super-Six 
and Marmon Limozine — ^for 

your comfort. 
1146 Central Ave., 

Phone: Main 1476. 


Office 824616 
NoUry Public 


Res. So. 3609 
1313 E. 33d St. 


Wood Wdson's 

RB AIiTT 
JkND 

I N V E8TMENT CO. 
LieensM Real Estate and Fire lu- 

annmcfi. Brokers 

Land, Ranehes. BOnses, Apartments 

For Rent and For Sale 

680 CENTRALr AVENUB 

XOS ANGELES. ^ 


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Vatae^l^la Kind 


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U4a CBNTKA lk AVENUE 


Otfce: 180414 Ceott-al 

Phone: «W<«T9 / 

Hoars: IMlj 8^; T-9 / 

Dr. So D. Cotterell 

-PHYSICIAN AN* SukoBOlt 
Specialist in disieaaesi of womeii. 
X-Ray treatment end ezamitiatien 


HowTf 9 to IS' ■'■■ |.J . / 'tto 6. 

Dr.W.ECodmdl 

taaiM CENTBAIr^#^NlIIS; 

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to Teiiinite Park 
TsvHit R«hi 
taorua on Ui*iligh(«iray. 
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FASHIONABLE DRESSMAK- 
ing, Beauling, Embroidery, 
Princes, Flowed Taa*els, 
aild iJl Idnds/of art work. '^ 
l$43£.22ttd^St^et : : 

i 7 Phone 271718 


Dr.BeLBosw^ 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 

PHONH BO. 4811-W , 

(15 Years Eapwrience) 
DiseaseB ot Wom'en, Children 
and Chronic Diseases a Spec- 
ialty. / " " \. 
OiBtee 152iys Central Are.^ 

7 Phone So., 7602-J 
B^s. 3617 MclUnley Ave. 
HpURS: 11-1; 8-5; 7^ P. M. 


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LURE YOU TO THE BEAUTIES OF NATURE 

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Many have successfuriy learned to be a Beauty Cu't'T'"*: 
thW the Famous 

DENEAL SYSTEM OF MAIL INSTRUCTIONS. 

Yqu can learn in your own home — in a very short time, 
?lp worth of g0^ods and. a diploma given with each 
coiirse. Write today for information. 

DENEAL MODERN METHOD OF BEAUTY CULTURE 

1319 East Pine Sb-eet - Seattle, Wash. j 


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Phone South; 1738.W 

JOHN A.GRAY 

/ lIuMWugh Course in Piano Tachnic 

/ PIANO— HARMONY 

j Resideo'Ce Studio 

Fil'ench Lessons 


76^ E. 18th St. I 


w.| H. IjEAth, the taux>r 

l»06 Hrmlock St. Phone So. 68ie-J 

Suitjs made to measure $18 to $40 
Also gleaning, Pressing and Re- 
modeling. Relining and Dyeing. II 
your ilothes are good let me keep 
tbem iood. It not let me make them 
good. I 

19 years in the business. 


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Motor to Elsinpr, California and 
spend your week and' at Jones Lake 
View Bungalow. Ifs alj furnislied. 
herels the key. Cook your own 
meals or have them out. For further 
Intorniatlon call So. 4727. 
Ivan J. Jones 

9-lS-22-r4 


FOlt RENT: Small front room tor 
gentleman; 1% blocks from Arcade 
siatioii, and In wilklni; distant»;bf 
the heart of the city. $3.50 per 
wMdt. Call at 622 Ceres Ave.^-Silt 


/ GOIiDBN nVUB IX)DGB 
/. O. U. O. of O. F. 

\ Golden I^nle Lodge No. 698S, G. 
U.Nj. of I O F., meets the first and 
thlrd^Tuesday ot oa<!h month at 8th 
and W^l streett. 3. L. Jarrett, 1400 
B. »th St., N. G.; E. W. Fiaher, 1401 
E. 9th St., K^.; Phone Mala 1886. 


Ice Cream, 

and Confectionery 

Doh't Forget tiie Ntunber 

1406 E. 9th Street 

All Ar« Wekome 

\l. D. DANIELS, Prop. 


E. C JENNINGS 

lies, rtoarr. So. ^0»J 

StO BallaM BUg;, tSS N. SpH»r Bt. 
Loe Ajigeles, Cialtf. . 


RSAIi BStATlS 

also a tlve room house, chicken and 
rabbit corralls. Lot 116 x 327 feet 
<3000. tSOO down. See Mrs. C. 
Hulbert for this and other propertjr. 
So. 8061 W. 


FOB tatSTi Furnished ^tront room 
eonvaniani to Brooklyn- Ave Car 
Lihe.^ Prater a man or a couple^ 
Pha|><> Bajftp StH. :10-7-r-« 


lodll BAlJC: Furnhihed' hoase of 7 
sevBb rooms % st4»r ttMem Cal- 
Itofnia hoase locWMA H^' B* SitnU 
Barbsra. ToUl vtOb ft<HW- Ifcsr 
Tsmt. ' PkouVf fSi* for ^»r M« 


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Doctor , , 

M* Shinohara 

Japanese Eye ISpecialist 

10714 E. First St:. Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

Hours of Consultation: 



When in Oakland Stop 

\^ ILLINOIS HOUSE 

1693 Seventh St. 

PURMSHER ROOMS, HOT 

AND COLD WATER 

PHONE OAiCLAND 302$ 


OIRE€TOK¥ H. H. RUTH So S30i» 

meets ist and 8rd Thursday after- 
Eoou 6t each pionth at Odd FelioVs 
Hall. 8th and Wall Sts. Mrs. AleUia 
Holcojib, M. N. G.. 1221 East 28th 
street! Phone 3. 3854-W Mrs A. 
K. Miller, W. R. 1884 E. 15th St. 
Fhonel 8. 208S-W. ■ 

SPANISH-ENGLISH ~^ 
Archici ^. WJUiams, A. B., »L k, 
Preeldent 
lie B. William, Secy-Treas^ 

ii«t B. amt ST. so/Mos 

lessons per mo ISiOO 


Spani^, 8 lesso 
Bngliab coarse 

CAU>WEUL 


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3b4 
The 


>WEUL HALL 

,— r-ANIk-,— .- 
RECJ^EATIOM GARDEN 


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Pico Bhn^., Saata Moaica 
^ Black and Tan 

Bt«Br MTtmOAT NIGHT ; 

F*ollo «r, the crc^d every Satuir- 
day. f tinder attspices of Eu- 


clid Social Club. 




Hours - Phones 

10 to 1 Off. Pico 297 

6 to 7 fees. S32S7 

Sunday by Appointment 

Or. Frank A. Gordon 

PHYSICIAN ANO Sl-BGEON 

30.8-308 Phlllipe Bldg. 
Formerly >rhe Germain Buildins 
224 So. Spring Stt. Los Angeles. 

The DeNeai Method 

HAIR AND BEAUTY CCLTURB 

It's the daas. and sattetectlon is 

Gaaranteed 

MKS. ADA JACKSSON. AgU 

BOmj. f7<8 
Parlom 841-a Hemlock Ht. « 

S. 2539-J 

HAZEL GOTTSCHALK . 

' • - EDNA HEARD 

Teachei^ of 
PIANO AND VOICE 
Si^: 1330 E; 17th St 

Piano instructions, Privat 
Claw. (Voices solicited fo 
Glee Club. 


Phone So. 6410^ 
RED FRONT ICE- 

AND ICE CREXM PLANT 

W, J. WEAlfe Prop. 
—iUtaU aad Wholeaak— 
Give tts a Trial— Sherberts j 
. ,.IVt#fce8ii 


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WAHTBB: An 

OC oar oeat on the doltar. B,^" 
Btetardsoa. MMrd flCi. 8a«„ 


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Mrs. Eva Gagnet ptOT«d herself a ^f. Mlsa Velma Porter at East Side »USSDAMK8 HI'BlBKT, WUajASM 
cbarmtng hostess when she gave a | '^''^^■^ Home-Sunday Occ. 29th. r AND JOHNSON RRCEitE I 

turpTise party in honor of her hus- I *' 3 o'clock p. m. AH are Welcome. 


kand.. Mr Frank Gagnet on his 
birtltday> A,. delicious and appetiz- 
ing Buffet Sapper was served to the 
following friends: Mr. and Mrs. P. 
E. AtkioBOB, Mr. and Mrs. I Bow- 
tfin. Mr. aad Mrs. G. Barber. Mr. and 
Mrs. D. Pollock. Mr and Mrs. D. 
Pembroke, Mr and Mrs. White. Dr. 
and Mrs. E. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. 
E. Baker, M. P. Riddle and Mr. B. 
Gray. Many beautiful and useful 
gifts were presented to the guest of 
honor. ' 


. i Mesdames Janie Williams, Paulioe 

To The Snaring Eagle:- Sirs;-If the Hnbert and Alice oJhnaon ffcceivedj 
son of J- L. Dnrr should read this ' ^^^'*'ie«day evening coinplimentanrj 
please let him know that his father'"' Mesdames E. Jackson, Jennie 
at 716 9th. Ave. Nashville, Tenn. I ^ '"'a^is and Scott of Chicago, also 
wishes to hear from him at once.. He j >•"• R- Campbell of Nogales. Ariz 


Mrs. A. E. Miller. District Presi- 
dent of the Woman's Missionary 
W'ork of the Los Angeles Jiistrict 
and private secretary of Bishop 
■ Phillips has just retarned from the 
Annnal Conference in Phoenix, 
Ariz and reports the nin.-r successful 
iession in the history of the Con- 
ference. The pe{>pl' of Phoenii 
made the stay of the Bishop. 
Preachers and I>les;ites very pleas- 
ant. 


r4i 


Miss B<*rtha .-ihamley of East 
Adams street. » ho has been' on a 
•three months vi«it to relatives and 
friends In Sr Loiii.s and other eastern 
points. wri!-s the Eagle, that she has 
enjoyed a n:ost splendid time and is 
now an route home and will arrive 
here next week. 


has good news for him. Respect 
pectfully C. P. Jones Pastor Christs 
I emple Church 37 & Naomi St. L. A. 

On Wednesday afternoon a group 
of young ladies gathered at the home 
of Mrs. Ralph BlackweH on North 
Savannah St. and organized the Sun- 
shine Art Club and literary society. 
The following oflicers were elected, 
Mrs. Ethel Reeves Pres. ; .Mrs. Ar 


thnr Bruce; Vice Pres.; Mrs. Ralptf partook of the pleasantress of the oc 


BUckwell Sect.: Mrs. Chas Wilson, 
Treas. ; Mrs. Cleophas Bruce, Parli- 
mentarian. 


Mr Robert .Anrt-rson. foreman of 
the Eagle olfire made a flying trip 
to San Dieco and return on last 
Sunday. : 


The many- friends Of .Mr. Malcom 
Fatton will be pleased to know that 
after completing his course in Phar- 
macy at thp U. S. C. that he has se- 
cured the position as stock clerk in 
the wholesale department of the Owl 
Drug Company. Mr. Patton is one 
of onr very splendid young men aiid 
is appreciated Jor his talent and 
worth and aH wish him a great suc- 
cess. 


ona. Miss Ladd of Sherman, Tex^s, 
Mrs. Janie P. Harden of Louisiana 
and Mrs. Minnie Bate and Eliza 
Warner who have recently returned 
to the city. The beautiful new home 
of Mrs. Pauline Hubert of 846 E. 
4Sth St., was ttm scene of the fes- 
tivity. The home was decorated in 
fresh i:ut flowers and ferns consist- 
ing of pink and white carnations and 
crysanthemums. About 100 guests 


casion. 
served; 


Dainty refVeshments were 


BOYUSM HEIUHTS .NEWS 


1^ My«Tier Shivt'rs 


A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL RfSERVE ANY COSTUME 

IN THE HOUSE. MAKE YOUR SELECTION EjAR- 

LY TO AVOID THE RUSH. 


Creole Costuifie Sh<H)pc 

MRS. ROSA L. SAMPSON-MORRIS, Prop, 
•flumes: 1129S; Res. So. e937-J 

1114 CENTRAL AVE. LOS ANGELES, cAuF. 


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P^507 

S. ftW. May 

Real Estate 

1240 Central Ave 


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.Mrs. \T. J. Williains 735 Olauton 
St. is very ill. 


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On Thursday afternoon MfT. 
Moyer had as her guest the inemlxjrs 
of the .Modern Priscilla Guilu. The 
gnest of honor being Mrs Birdie 
Rpberson — nee Owens a bride of 
recent date. The afternoon was 
spent in sewing and a lovely ajlver 
t«!a set was presented . to .Mrs. Rob- 
erson as a gift from the Guild to 
their secretary , Dainty refresh- 
ments were serve<J and other guest 
Included .Mesdames. I. Butler, V. 
Stovall. G. Perkins. B. .McCaskill. 
C. Irwin. E. Montague V. Pollock. 
C' Williams. .M OsbornM. J. Scott. 
A.' Pollard. .Montasu- .ind B. West- 
brooks. 


.Mrs. iVnna Scott is on the road to 
recovery after a very sen(uis opera- 
tion at the Methodist Hospital. 


.VIrs. Wm. Yearwood's sister is ser- 
iously ill at the County Hospital. 


Mrs. F. L. Jones and daught^, 
Mrs. Bell and little Hattie Bell have 
returned from Atlanta. Ga. They 
are now in Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Mrs. Robinson, aunt of Mrs. Clay 
at 3155 .Malaboa street, who has 
visited hfTre for several months re- 
turned home this week. Mrs. Rob- 
liison was the recipient of many so- 
cial honors by friends while in the, 
city. Her home, is in Shrevesport,' 
La. 

.Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee of 3127 
1 pper boulevard entertained their 
pastor. Rev Hutchinson aiid wife, 
Rev. C. Seaton and wife of River- 
side to dinner Sunday. A most de- 
lightful af'ternoon was spent. 



Mr. J. H. Bat bee is returning to 
his home in Denver Col. after spend- 
ing several enjovable months in our 
.ity.i T 


< OLi^uF .%m: high s«h<>ol 


years 

:k me 


.Mrs Parker Lee of 1.S40 W. »i>fh 
St. having been treatewi by the fa- 
mous specialist. Dr. .VIc.Nab is much 
improved in health at this writing. 


Los Angeles audiences are very 
discriipinating And they know 
v.'hat they want. •Chuckl-ss' the 
Musical Comedy written by Mr. 
lierson is the greatest laugh pro- 
f'ucer seen in manj* a moon, in fact 
it. breaks all laugh laws. Tliey are 
playing n beautiful performance tor 

Episcopal church >Mon-i on the lightweight teams 


After .spending a delightful 'va- 
cation in Lus .Kngelps. Mrs. C- -A.. 
Roberson and son Theodore left for 
their home in Shreveport. La. They 
will stop over a f^w days in Oak- 
land with Dr. and .Mrs. W. D. Wilson 
and will also stop over in Salt Lake 
City. Denver and Kansas City. 


ilr F E. Pickett and brother. 
Clifford g-ave a very prettily arrang- 
ed party honoring Mrs. Roherson'on 
the eve of her departure from Los 
Angeles. .Mrs. Roberson hopes to 
makes Los Angeles her home in th'- 
near future. », 


St. Philips 
day Nit«, Oct 
see it. 


3')th. Don't fill to 


-A t-ORREtTIOK 


R»«r.. Hsrrabellio A. .Marangeopa. 
world's missionary and shepard of 
the great Gospel Mission at ,=>th and 
Towne Avenue. was married Oct. 
4th to .Mrs. Ella Patterson of Selma. 
.Ala. The ceremony took place at 
the bride's daughters home on E. 
lTth_street. 

Rev. Wm Washington officiated. 


MRS P.\TT«»\ IJCtTl'KKS 


The city football league opens up 
f'riday. Nearly every High School 
has several race lads represeatintc 
them. At Lincoln High. Raymond 
Hurd is an end on th«, tirst squad. 
1- ouche a guard is doing great work 
for the Bull Dogs. George and 
Ralph Johnson are Hollywood's only 
hopes, while Belford Harris of. Jef- 
ferson plays end. 

There are also many race lads 
William 

(Speed I Narcisse and Bounden are 
the best bet on the Railsplltter team. 
The former is halfback and the lat- 
ter an end. When ground mus' be 
ravered Narcisse carries the pin, 
which always means yards. Bruce 
Jackson and Salisbury are on the 
Democrat eleven. Jackson is a full- 
back, he is also a baseball and 
basket ball star. 


Kar some time past the men's So- 
cial Club has suffered an attack of 
decline in publici'y. In fact one 
. might think that the club is a thing 
-_,(Of the past, from all that has been 
ji-'said. But wait pati^ ntly and the 
reporter's staff assures it yeader- 
will not suffer an elapstl' in valuable 
Information. 


Mr Pitts, the new director of the 
St4 Paul Baptist [ Choir, is making 
th/ngs huhi. The (congregation look^ 
forward to each Sunday's prograrli 
with pleasure. The vocal class un- 
<ier the diretctor's supervision ba 
working wonders. The New pianist, 
Mrs. Pitts is rendering efficient ser- 
rlcee. Hear the St. Paul choir sing. 


There will be a big meeting at the 
14th street school hou.se on Monday 
evening. October 23 on behalf of the 
Firemen and Police Pension Amend- 
ment. Good music and speaking. 
The public is invited to qome out. 


Mrs. M. H Patton of 1126 E. Pico 
street, for the jjast eight years 
Treasurer of the Lafayette Branch 
or the Parents and Teachers . .Asso- 
ciation, addressed the student body 
of Lafayette Junior High School in 
behalf of the Parents and Teachers 
.Association membership drive on 
.Monday last. 

Principal Frank A. Bonelle of the 
Lafayette High School paid a tri- 
bute to Mrs. Patton for her dili.geut 
work in connection with the school 
ai:d its relatiOT ro the community. 

.VIrs. Patton also addressed the 
T P .K. of the Fifty-first street (51) 
School. Thursday. The address was 
well received. Mrs. Patto%, is one 
of our most active and accomplished 
ladies. 


The Hi;-V annual election was held 
last Friday. After introducing the 
candidates by the Boys wbrk secre- 
tary, the election followed with these 
results. Leroy Johnson. President. 
Charles Diggs. Vice PrflBident. 
Charles Matthews. Secretary. Wil- 
liam Narcisse. Reporter.; Clarence 
Patton, Librarian; Lango Dye, Crit- 
ic; Wallace Markhan, Cha'plain. 

Altho every one of these oficers 
are qualified for leadership, the e- 
I lection of President and Vice-Presi- 
' dent was a surprise to many. 
' There were many new members 
I present who were not acquainted 
I with the new members and this li 
; the reason many of the old were not 
i elected. 

I But with the skillful guidance of 
I the new secretary, we hope this will 
be a successful year. 


I^raliottitt Records 

Sung by: Alberta Huntei^ 

12001— Daddy Blues 
Don't Pan Me 

12002 — If You've n evef be en 

vamped by a Brown 

Skm 

Bandana Days 

12b04— After alt tbeae 3 
Why did you Pi^ 
up when 1 1 
down, why didn't 
you let me lay. 

12005 — Donna Have t You, 
ain't gonna leave 
you alone I 
Dovm Hearted Blue* 

12006-rJazzin Baby Blues 
I'm Going Awayj just 
to wear you olF my 
i Miiid 

K . i A. B. JUDKINS 

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A^sood ifiany men lerthe oQier fdkjwsiiend the 
money ttiey earn— the other fellow just has to su^ 
^estsometfdngto seBttiem and— the mon^ isGONE. 


Sq8M mm sn8 strong wii'iinli to control ttwir own 
money. Every time th^ got moofly. tti^ potsome of it in a 
Savings Account — lint-- BEFORE ttwfeloiif Who w«ts to 
seB you sometMng flets a'chmot. 

a takM a MAN, and a SAVINGS ACCOUNT. 

in a GOOD BANK, and a STRONG WILL to 

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workers, Perters, Janitors, Chauffeurs, laborers, etc. at 

1474 Centra] Ave. — Central Employment Agency. 

Phone 271911. ' 


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WHY EI^SINOKE? 

Why is It that Charles Darden. a 
popular and prominent attorney of 
our laidst and a man that is as slow 
as hf- haa t6 be goes up to Lake Elsii- 
norf 10 recuperate. I guess he is 
thinking about the $500.00. 


OFKICEB SHEFF1Eia> 
FROM VACATION. 


RETURXS 


Don't forget the Armistice Mati- 
nee Dance. Saturday. November 11 
1»08 E. 38th St. at the playgnSund 
Clnb House given by .\lpha Tennis 
Dance Club. 4 to 8 p. m. 


Mrs. Janle P. Harden. Field Seej. 
Women Baptists ConTention. Louis- 
iana, will address the Senior Mission- 
ary Society. Second Baptist Church. 
Tuesday e'^ening. Oct. 24th. All are 
Inrlted to attend. 


Mr. Wm. Hamilton who was so un- 
[foctaitate as to hare been painfully 
Itajared by a kick from a mule, while 
BS.bis trada as a Blacksmith a 
:*go last'TBursday week reports 
Eta ■> aa much improved. 


His. JR^iUie Carpenter who ba4 

■ojooming in the city tor two 

l^lia rtsiting relatives and friendi 

t for her home in Austin, Texas 

T'lkpraday. 

fMr. Walter Miles 14115 E. 14th. St. 
.all amiles. a nine pound boy-hav- 
: arrived at his home, mother and 
both doing fine. ^ 


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S. Tnmer onr charming and 
lady Physician and beaati- 
Aleea Matthews of 1245 W. 
retarned Monday from their 
tour of the nOTth. Tisitiag 
td Oaklaad. Mrs. 
aa4 Dr. Turaar were hlsk- 

ta tHs aottlMni citlM 

iHnids. n«raa«* tM trt» 
'» 9la(lK;Cfeaa«OT. 


BISHOP H. >I. PHILUI'S 

The Rt. Rev. Bishop H. M. Phil- 
lips of the C. .M. E. Church^tU vis- 
it Callfornia'Tind speak at Berkeley. 
Lo9 Angeles, sianta Monica and 
Watts.' He will preach at Phillips 
Chapei; Sunday. Oct. 29tU at 11 
o'clock and at Santa Monica at 8 p. 
m. 

The Bishop has just closed the -An- 
nual Conference of his duiFch at 
Phoenix. Arizona and before his re- 
turn to his home at Clereland is 
paying this section of hia diocese 3, 
visit. 


B. Y. P. V. BIRTHDAD 


Rally of the Macedonia Baptist 
Church was a grand success. There 
was a full house and both young and 
old took a part in the program. 

The Junior Choir sang its best, r 
The ccAtections were $22.60 on Sun- 
day evening Oct. 22. The prizes will 
be given to youngest, oldeat and the 
-«Hie ■ between the two. The presi- 


M. B. Sheflietd has returned to his 
police duties after having spent his 
summer vacation in N'orthem Calif, 
visiting friends at San Francisco, 
Oakland, Sacramento and Fresno, 
While in Oakland he was highly en- 
tertained by Inspector of police Ar- 
thur Sanderson and Bill Anderson of 
(he Oakland Police Department. A 
palatahle dinner was served at the 
home of Mr. Sanderson 23rd. and 
San Pablo St. in his honor, aftec a 
rielightfBl repast they retired to 
their dosrny bed and was awakened 
by the spund of Inspector Sander- 
sou's Ante Claxton and proceeded 
with their- inerrlment that afternoon 
and evenipg. sightseeing and visit- 
ing friends of the great Bay .Metrop- 
olis. Some""Of tT>e notables that en- 
tertained Mr. Sanderson an Sheff-j 
leld were. Miss Abbie Davis a social 
belle of that city and song bird of 
Mr. Mosbey's st^ff of entertainers 
and other iaembers of his pleasiire 
dispeoaers. Mr. and Mrs. Paokey. 
two social leaders of Oakand gave 
Mr. Sheffield a hearty welcome to- 
J.0 the city and tct their homes and 
his only reglret was that his trip was 
so arraagcd that time would not per- 
mit lii» accepting the same. Mr.. 
Shefllritf' expects to return next year 
to till all invitations that were o- 
mltted this year and signs loud the 


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^irtkday. 


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Mrs. Cote wishes to opologize for 
|he emfssion of several names to be 
r-rinted aa patronesses .oa the FIott 
ence Talbert Recital procram, they 
were haiided in too late for inser- 
tion, r^nr sorry indeed. 

BespectfuUy, ;, u— . y 

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OanOFman of BBtartkfuieaf. 


Wky la it that feaM kteft-ttarteqt 


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the age. i0.9M feet of thrills 
tpew's SUte Theater this n^k. 


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and edsy way. They leam 
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who study with this teachte 
and do us she says do, will 
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play it too. Why? Because 
she patiently and carefuDy 
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By:. CHANDLER OWBN 



The Kn Klux 
have 'SeemjngJy 
passed their stagf. 
of pablicity exploit- 
ation and settled 
doit'n systematical- 
ly to carrjr on their 
•grisly businessa. 
Out at Coffcyville, 
Kansas, ;the IMayor 
was recently taken 
out and whipped 
by this notOGi6i)a 
band of cowardia. 
Down in Georgia 
\atii week press dis- 


EIHIflPEm c 
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MADAMS fiJOIIXSVB COI^-TAtr 
UKRT AT THK PHII.H.VnMONlC 
Al-DirORIt'M. 


Hrr Htar Roap to Greatpst BrilUancr 
at, Her Recital of LAHt TapaUat. 
She wan mbly snpiiortpd by hrr frl- 
lon- artists. But Euro|io will Anal- 
ly Discover Her True Valor and 
Amerira will- bo Forred to Arknow- 
IwIrp the Lyrical Sup^rlorh-y .of 
Hor Own Xeftlectrd Bl >vin|iuia DiTa. 


c(tinmii|iid8 ! the Cartbtieaii Sea, and 
Is of Intrinsic value as a 8tra;...to tSU 
naval base. 

Bribery, cajolery or none of th» 
wiles or diplomacy have ever been 
able to gain the consent of the Hai- 
tian government to dispose of it or 
allow tt to pass from under their 
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■patches say they defeated the nomi 
nee for Senator who opposed their 
outlawry. A preacher at Mcitlester, 
Oltla.. recently exhorted from the 
Word of (iod while a pistol was in 
public view beside his Bible. The 
Klan had warned him to get 6ut\ 

Thf:;e incidents are symptomatic 
of what will probably continue to ap- 
Bfear unless some stronger power In- 
tervenes to nip their nefarious opera- 
tions at the base. 

The Jeys are getting very much 
disturbed over the Klan, too. .\t New- 
York they have launched a magazine, 
in conjunctfon with Irishmen, pure- 
ly defensive and offensive. It- is The 
Defender, 4 2 East 23rd Street (price 
koc). It aliio incidentally champions 
ihe cau,sp cf the Negro. 

This is good. Once we pet white 

groups hot in the fight, times will be 

lively. Anarchism will be eminent 

^^en the Government will an* must 

^ -•'S^Meanwliile Negroes can only "be 
~T*ady when they come." 
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Tome Watson terout of the way. 
The Senate is Inctty, Negroes should 
be happy. Georgia should be "tick- 
led to death." Ereryljody should 
congratulate everyb«Sly else for the 
sake of the country at large. Wat- 
son's sensationalism w?s mistaken 
by some for patriotism. His rabid- 
ness toifard persoital and incideittal 
capitalistic interests was mistak^by 
atMy^^r llbarality. toward ,, Laltar* 
Hm ilfenia for maintaining hfs pdint 
on a pet theory led to prolodge* re- 
st^arch which was misconstrued for 
gennine by scholarly instincts. In- 
tolerance enveloped him. Jews and 
Catholics falfed hard at his hands. 
Ho was analiie to rise above the sec- 
tionalism of, the South. The old 
prejudices were in the marrow of his 
bones. In offering an • excuse lor 
threatening to slap an army officer in 
the Senate, he said the officer had 
"aroused his Southern blood." 

Of course be cared nothing for 
Ne^oes. But we don t doubt he ac- 
tually loved his cooks and plow- 
bands. ' 

Such was Tom Watson. We are 
"glad he's gone and sorry he stayed 
SO. long." 

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^. The lady Senator appointed by 
■*V»verBor Hard wick to complete the 
ainiost ^ptred term of Watson is 
Mrs. W. H. Felton. The whole whitt? 
press had Joined in a chorus of praise 
to the first woman senator in Amer- 
ica. But we note Negro editors were 
not deceived. It is almost axiomatic 
that anything coming from the Sonth 
representiifg politics rings to Ihe 
slave psychology of those backward 
states. 

Twenty years ago this same Mrs. 
Felton said in a public address in 
Atlanta that she, approved lynching. 
•She has never publicly admitted a 
change of heart. Now come North- 
em papers, (as well as Southern), 
which have steadfastly fought this 
evil, placing their O. K. on this ante- 
bellum relic of a defunct generation. 
(Mrs. Pelton is 87). We are not 
disposed to sacrifice a principle even 
in doffing our hat to the gentler 
sex. 

0-: 00 

A. Plillip Randoipii, one of the 
editors of the Messenger magazine, 
is now 'stumping the State of New 
York for the American Labor Party. 
Randolph is named for Secretary of 
SUte. He la Ue only Negro running 
for a ■tatft'ofllce and his nomination 
Is the taigheKt political honor accord- 
ed any Negro since Reconstmetlon. 

This has caused a virtual stampede 
In Republican and Demoenitlc ranM. 
Tbemaelves asklag tor tfce Ne«»o 
vote and giving aotUuK !■ retuira, 
they gMp in amasement at the audke- 
It^ of the 9ociatteU. Their Nejro 
Utekeys are solemnly irarBiac that. 
Sti^lBt party is dangerous end seeks 
U> overthrow the Government. They 
apnuk in total disregard of truth. 

But Randolph goes on. He, hW 
XtHt a- rapid rise since he started iMt 
In UK. In 1919 he was named for 
Aatembtyman, In 1920 he ran (wfuprt; bavhif 
gtete Controller, In 1922 he la atut- >^(giii^ and played 

ei fbr SecreUry «t SUte. t^— ---i— u ; 

T^MMiUe Negroes in}(ht do weHrto 

Jk ikU over. Thl» ta a «l«ur casei 

•niins a man hy his ability and 
hr his color. 4.. 

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By: LOUIS MICHEL 
The first presentation into a wider 
' Held of Madame Florence Cole-Tal- 
bcrt by the National Association for 
the Advancement of Colored people 
at the Philharmonic Auditorium, on 
October the 17tb, splendidly assisted 
by the Bridgetower Trio as compos- 
Vd by Messrs. James Warren, violin- 
ist, Marke Carnahan, Cellist and 
John Gray, pianist, and the able Miss 
Nadia McCullough, as pianist-accom- 
punist, was well attended with the 
cream and the flower of the Ethiopian 
people and a fair sprinkling of Cau- 
casian music lovers was also notice- 
able, though the dominant, but not 
superior race of this city has yet to 
learn, how to fittingly honor a great 
and leading singer, as Florence Cole- 
Talbert unquestionably is. 

The careful listener to her rich and 
vibrant, exquisitely cultivated and 
carefully mastered *oice must pay 
her greatest homage, for Florence 
Cole-Talbert is a singer by nature 
with inborn ability as her leading as- 
wt, but with a magnificent training 
and most diligent studies to back 
her triumphantly in bringing out to 
richest and grandest bloom what h^r 
birth traitH had fated her to become. 
Ah, It was 'a gorgeous delight to 
witness this remarkable songbird of 
an oppressed race as sh& ascended 
th^ steepest heights of vocal gran- 
deur, climbing up to the high E 
with the easiest grace and apeedily 
emitting the dlfltcult O notes, as if 
a« t fa i s - li/ttWht e ' -aTthitry -w«» m**^ 
child's play for this wondrous woman 
of famous mould'. And such sweet 
heart-penetrating singing, witb a 
technique so.sublime.j^ form and fi- 
gure so faultless, an^iwlth a sun- 
shiny smile upon a most fascinating 
as well as -thscinated countenance — 
truly Florence Cole-Talhert looked 
like a veritable, worldly Madonna 
of soaring and winning lyries, if this 
quaint characterlzitlon . is ' permis- 
sible! — There was fire and feeling, 
there was sweetness and poise, there 
was drama and Joy, there was teairs 
and laughter in her singing, it was 
a feast of song, such as only Madame 
Florence Cole-Talbert herself is able 
to supply! 

The program consisted of two 
parts, was well balanced and render- 
ed with much smoothness and self, 

(Continued on Page Blight) 

COMMENTS 


By W. i. WbeatOD 


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It is alleged that the government 
of Santo Domingo has prbtested, or 
rather, the Hatian-SaitDocnhigt) In- 
dependence Society, protests against 
the $16,000,000. which is now In 
process of floatation by the National 
City Company. 

It i^ this intlerest which brought 
about the American occupation of 
those, governments by military force, 
and resulted in'> the Iocs of thou- 
sands of lives. 

Haiti, and Santo Damingo realize 
that the loan, which is sponsored by 
the United States, will only prolong 
the agony and give a further pre- 
textf far the flying of the V. 8. flag 
over the Customs House. The In- 
dependence Society, while no^ un 
mindful- of the material improve- 
ments made under the Aaieriean pc- 
cupation; wish to Inalutaln their 
national soveriengty, borrow where 
they can obtain the best terms, with- 
out any dicUtlon. 'fy* oatlohste 
of these republics have been chaflhtf^ 
under the restraint placed upon them 
by foreign occupation. The arnH 
gance of the marlhes coupled wHh 
their disregard of the finer fee.Itt|V 
of the refined classes, has left a aor« 
that will be hard to heaL 

It would not be fair ^ say that 
the American occitpatton .wM wKk- 
out benefit; the baildingof ro«d8.~ 
improvement of sanitary cond|tiohs> 
and the establishment of ade«9«t« 
p<rfke, all have been of an a|!t>r«- 
dahle heenflt. 

According to the McCormlck te- 
aceomplished th<M 
the rel« <a titt, 
kuwfactor. would it pot be well to 
aJUnv the peo|fl« who have beMi 
itiVtavinff themMMt. and wiro ,w^ 
tliflCrtcht by tk«r. nlof , to ditt«r« 
■Mt f or themM|««» fco'» they iHB 
l^ee ' their ga#ii&M4tT -''].- 

MifSwlty 6t ^sPwSSmUm irai^l 

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control! But, along comes the Itiig 
war, and, well, we must get control 
of that point of land before some 
other Power gets control and causes 
international complications. There 
is a matter of %• few million dollars 
loaned down there by American in- 
terests, and th* cannot collect. 
"Guess that we had better Collect 
for them" said Uncle Sam, and forth- 
with he occupied the Island, raised 
his flag over the Custom House, and 
took possession. If there had been 
no Mole St.Nicholss, there would 
have been no American occupation. 
$,16,000,000 means a few more 
.veors ot American dictation, and if 
deemed advisable, the trend of events 
will lead to annexation. We-see the 
fate of Cuba, and the Phillipines in 
store, for the island of Haiti. 
Politico 
The American .Legion Is in the 
political game. They see thfi ne' 
cesslty Of using theballot to obtain 
the legislation they are striving for. 
That is as it should bS, and it is the 
only -way. • . , 

They are not placing their con- 
fidence in the promises of any polit- 
ical party, and when a representative 
fails to live up to the promise given 
jie is shelved, and ahotbtr tried. 
After a while candidates for office, 
begin to See that they mean business, 
and strlv^ to epact the measures de- 
manded. I i 

It Is too bad that a certain group 
of voters who have so much at stalce 
(xnnot see the futility of blind ser^ 
vility to partisanship, throw off the 
yoke that holds them and vote for 
the men> who will strive to give them, 
that whlcii is (heir due as citizens, 
equal reprvsentation. 

.There are men who represent the- 
different political parties, who have 
the courage to demand fairplay for 
the masses,' and who have sought to 
do that which in their Jadgmedt they 
thought to be rigbt>y01. because they 
do Bot^ bsiar a jrurtt«l)}ar i>p|l^toBl, 
brand are hot- tnMle#, tttth -»ar s)^, 
frage. ' 

We will support, and are support- 
ing Hiram Johnson because we be- 
leive that he is sincere in his ad- 
vocacy of an amendment to the 
Constitution prohibiting child la- 
bor. 

Such a measure will he of incal- 
culable value to us, in particular, 
as a people. 

. Tttousands of, young Negro chil- 
dren are being exploited in the fac- 
tories of the South who should be at 
-school. 

It is asked why the parents of 
these children allow it< That can 
be answered by saying that the par- 
ents or those children, themselves 
being brought up- under the same 
conditions cannot perceive the in- 
iquity of the, aystem. 

It will take years of missionary 
work to aeoomplish the task. We 
cannot support some other caiidl- 
dates, who although bearing the 
same political label as Senator 
Johnson, have failed so (isr to' mea- 
sure up to the standard which would 
lead us to beleive that they are 
"Simon Pure" Ih thbse Ideals which 
go for the lifting up of humanity. 

Atthottgh it is impossible to de- 
feat them, we have tried our utmost 
to create seatimeait Sjiagalnst those 
reci^itrant congressmen of the! 
State who antagonised the Dyer Bill, 
although they bear the label of the 
Republican party.. ' 

In our state and municipal af- 
fairs, measures and men who in our 
belief will honestly carry out those 
which we endorse, should receive 
our support. « 

Let us nuke pai^lsanship' our «er-> 
vant. aiiii not allow partisanship to 
mak« servaats of vm. 

Of coarse this will fall upon deaf 
•ears as.far aa tk* professional, po- 
Utl<ial pie hunter to concerned. 

•tsm mamvajj 

We learn from i^thentit apurees 
that the Dyer Anti-L;ynchtBg i»M 
will be one of the first meuanreii to 
be considered at the reconvening of 
the United States Senate in Novem- 
ber.. 

The D^^ ftiil whi-mano«r«red 
Into* poU^Ml JBMstnre by thh t«e- 
<ttca of tk« oppoattion. Tkor ac- 
cused thaRepubUeaas of ina#eertty 
iu their advocacy of the oMasure, 
aaAX with a tew we^viUoBs, . the 
IdkMiitou Of the hOl. is 1*« CAllhnc^ 
^Jtkirutmp^ "*ot COM toot." The 
Mottohlil R^oMlcau jiHcr^ ^duod 
Itaeif tb>.eiiOet a law j^urt woiAd Otrh 
fb» mitMftmil toadenciea 0< 
mob. . tW tuiwio, Of thit^ ntMuwVe 
titroBch twf loiforvoiwo of coacraai 
is part vmnr* It' woo tooflit Mt- 
linly. u4 oo^ o. tow «i the -e«^^fttM? 
MOO who Wj!to ohctud bo tte<>.i!or- 
9ioik die the 9*rtf* «lo(e»rai 
-_j|«A to tliti .liVi'tb thOlr pr o iolot t tM> 

JrlaSa MUria#. i«M 

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have discreed , t(tat men who 'place 
aught above jthe things that 'shall 
remove the baj-barlc stain, which for 
years has sullied our national honor, 
are not fit r^resentatlves to enact" 
the laws for lie people. ' There will 
be numbers \vf ^the 'xehtlemen oi* 
that ilk returned to private life after 
the Seventh' ot November. 

We son ^Miteatttlid why, members 
from the ,inolf fhs of the Union 
would opiiaMi'th^ measarej, Those 
sancie me m^il l ft ^-i 'CVposeid the child 
laoor act au^r^r« instrumental in 
having it oeiMred a non-constit^- 
tional law. "fkooe members repre- 
sent a cqitOtii4«ncy whlhc fattens 
off cheap labo^.and profits from the 
Kweat of children. 

It is to be lioped .that the twen- 
tieth amendment «f the ^Constitution 
will be one to prevent the exploita- 
tion of child labor, and that .it will 
be enforced wl^h the tame vigor that 
characterises .(the Volstead, or 
eighteenth, imOMlmrent. | 

IIO(»PITAl. i 

. J ■ 
. All persc^ns wh^ t^avei efaims of 
any .kind acftinft the Daniel Williams 
Hospital Corporation 'will present 
their claims to Attorney Charles S. 
Darden, 11&$ South Central Ave., un 
nr before October 31, 1922. 

Dr. Wilber C. Gordon, 
President of Boai-d. 


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mim a: oraV— fiit< 

MCRDOck. lOiNT 
WINS ADMIRA'nlaN 
• PIXJW CTROWD AT 11 
ENT t'Ht'ltt^H; SONQI 

NBIJiV JOHNSON AND| 
,K)H.VSOA' vrVL HBAI 


m whiIte 

RfM^ItAL 

>P OVKR- 

>EPEM>- 

BY MfSH 

THOS^AS 


.... (By WjUiam Mells WatAon) 

Probably the greatest and most 
soleful of student recitals witneKsed 
by a Los Angeles audience took 
place Tuesday night in the beauti- 
ful Independent Church jwh^n ..Ma: 
dam Sinclair White Murflock's iu- 
perbly trained violin students in a 
joint recital with Prof. John A. 
Gray's equally technecally linsiructied 
piano pupils thrilled One of th@ 
largest and most exclusive thronigs 
of music lovers ev«?r boused in a 
local auditorium. 

8ocl<>ty*s Bout, j ' J 

Hundreds of bewitching^ gownpd 
ladies )vith handsomely grdmed hus- 
bands and escorts filled every pew 
of the georgeously decoratjed e^flpe 
and overflowed into the cbpir seats, 
when promptly at 8:15 a most ha,r- 
monlouE group of six violinist-s 
opened the program .^'th Von 
Suppe's Overture — Poet ana Peasant, 
M. Marion Forsythe, Miss fOprtrude 
Freeman, Mrs. Georgia Dankeis, Miss 
Aurena Barnum, Miss Mamie Jack- 

(Continued on Pa^ge Eight) 



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Indq^ettdeiit Candidate on Issues 
i6f Campaign for Assembly 




"If I am elected Govvmor it 
ghall be one of my first duties 
to petition the Legislature fori 
a bill by which all such organ- 1 
izations will be disn^embered 
and crushed." 


"i* J ji Do/yflur duty on November 7th. 
'■-"^ 'hwJ vct^ tor Thomas Lee Woolwlue. 
SIGNED: ■ 

., 'iff. iJooKtss Greer, President ' 
B^-G. Lamar, Secretary. 
t AI.IPORXL'V' CTTIZKXS CfW 
LEAtiltR 
. — Adv.— - 


Issues are the high «pots in ,my 
campaicn for thvAaaembly from the 
74th;Aaa«mhly District. Wholly im- 
personal ^C^^to^ ftnmg and unaa- 
sweraUo/' that desperate efforts are. 
being iumU to befog Iha issue. So 
despierate have the^ been that the^r 
have caoaad the ministry to caU for 
collectkHur; What tor? to curb vice, 
so thlM' aay. Thovndersign^d has been 
in the opes. for' forty years stood up 
for clean gavemment when the 
"holier than then" have tjeen In the 
very hollow of vice and inimorallty. 

In votooa filled with piathos and 
tremor on'.-ooch Sunday . does one 
vociferous .(always her^ofore a 
Negro Deuoerat). ragai at the Forum 
because 'some one would i dare ex- 
ervlse thotr Qod glten prtvflegps to 
aspire fbJ> >«bHe jB^iVce. ] This Is 
small gt^ and ro^ly unworthy of 
meatkm etteiH **> <mow this, sort; o( 
gentry i^ 

The tookO* in thla mubjemICB are 
for groirtor JMd I fphlt M^ately for 
the iiriUoii iiMA.|U> the greatest 
oamber^oi^^Mt oiid I have referred 
ton» «Bc*r4 of aeUinremOhts during 
dMKniMoiico la tfibi AirtHet imd te«l 
IS&t tin aiimft JMMMLtho hoUoT tkKt 

to gijr* t^.:i|fc»*|o|io a Srtotorseri 
»*to lUm j^oT 0iM» othor two^w- 

i1{»t;' h«B>tonF«d 


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«.ea«k*it#." — 
hO,pi|«(!<*;^ 

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put ujlon them. This is no nctlorf; 
compare your phone rates with what 
they ''Were before the passage! of the 
■King Bl(l and what they arb now 
This also appttes to the P. E. rates 
and othdr public utilities. 

It upon the consideration I of the 
voters of i|tl« District 1 -am elected, 
I promiiw "my best efforts v^th an 
experiencO gained bya score or more 
of years In public service to secure 
for our District all that is coming to 
^t by way of real constructive Hgls- 
latiop and above all represehtatlon 
for. all groups of the citHensI which 
compose the oome In Just propbrtions 
to th6« standing of eaob clalss or 
i^roup. ' 1 

. stand V9 LBce Mrn > 

'. I 8taB<t fbr a square deal | and 
manly (Utposition of the isau^, de- 
void of perabnjiuties and purjely on 
merit ihd wRl meet all com4rs. I 
feel that It is hiifh time that lln the 
74th AiHitaibly Biatrict a eompatag 
ahoal^ bo ! «OBdiiiAod ' upon I high 
greund^'^^ devoid ot thii , «<mii4iig 
"holier than theu" attlMido, itataek 
in^ ot,phbIte o«ee botac made i 
pHtato naiiMid thht oalr om por> 
son liTfo itoM adiatvilttia oiUg<l»>* 
to flirtttiB'dflieo wMMr tittt por- 
SOB wmtld briar .imiM ~^ >^- ^ 

/8tai|ttl«Cii«iAr^'ttp<>B00# rlghla. 
we'^tiw libtiiHttlc (Mirt^noo lo IM 
pi^le' 4U.^tkia OMrlbtil pfoakdng a 


ahd what tolthfui senrioe and the OcoOi ipllOh- 


It -niMiB|io«taltea 
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Editor Calif. Eagle, 
824 Central Avenue, 
Los Angeles, Calif. ';*.^, u . 
Sir: ' : \-^'i-f:-h^i-^ '-^ 

.I.'! he CalUoml«jf CBUenB' l^if <>« 
on behalf of its members and friends. 
asks for the courteous extension of 
Trour newspaper columns to convey 
to our group, this important mes- 
sage. 

In keeping with our motto. "A 
Better Citizenry and a Broader Pa- 
triotism," v,e feel that we iwonld in- 
deed fall short of those high Ideals 
If we did not call to attention, the 
members of our group, those grand, 
noble and deserving traits of. char- 
acter, d^eds of heroism and valor, 
the personal and impersonal sicrl- 
fices, the straggle with and against 
contending forces t!hat threatened 
the utter destruction of hiqi who 
would stand out as an exponent. 
. Such men are gnided by sti striet 
sense of justice and in their ability 
to perform their duty to their coun- 
try, their deep and. impsrsonal love 
for humanity, enablis them to share 
to day the lovie of a whole nation; 
for they are the 'teal embodiment. 
the epitome of thope inen whom our 
nation has crowned with wreathes 
of unsullied Immortality,' and aa- 
slgned their proper nlche^ in the Tem- 
ple of Fame. Because of his strug- 
gles) his uBSwetving devotion to the 
interests of human emancipation, 
and because of the sacled deeds and 
memory of our ownjAraham- Lin- 
coln^ who died in defense of what he 
believed was just and right — a mar- 
tjrr for the iniquity of our nation — 
we shall labor to keep alive in our 
hearts those spirits thSt they may 
not pai^ fr6m our recognition, our 
appreciation." 

Such slerUng qt|alttleB, such 
trust, such worth as we find in the 
person, 'THOMAS LEE WO0LW1NB, 
are Indispensable qualifications for 
tbe office to which he a^ires. and 
being a UwyOr. hoiis in a senae, a 
suteemaa by vfrtte of hEi profee- 
sion, and it is upon his profession 
that the people of California must 
chiefly rely for the preservation of 
constitutional priaeiples in .this 
state. It therefore becomes out 
pleasant duty and sublime pleasure 
to present : HON. TllOMAS IXM 
WOOLWINB, the wofthy and qual- 
ified people's candidate for Gover- 
nor of. the State ot Cal^tomJa. 

Voters generally have short mem- 
ories oi merltoriottB service on the 
part of public men .or Inatltuttpss: 
but knowii^ how faithtuUy and nn- 
ircimlttlBgly lour r^BjOdate thas. la* 
bored ta the iatoreots q< th4 people, 
[li seems Just that thoac efforts 
ahould be recogulsed and requited. 
Ui our'^^nlOB, no man la publte 

WniOLWINA U piblle «ertrlop aad 
a htth loaiio of duity are wOrtkr ot 
i«ward>' U fMa, lK^«rM,^hO»vwb«t 
'ia.ptDhr:'d«tr iff a ^|Dof '.^tUjta't 


THE DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE and who bow in re-j^ 
spectfnl obeaiei^i* to THE CONSrt-*' ' 
i I'TIOX cf our country and the 
laws- of oui.Jand. 

This is the wake iu which th*' 
thinking man must tread and by 
which ther« shall' be an as.sembling 
of the political strength and strat- 
egy of ouu group to the end that the ' 
candidate of our choice nhali go over 
the top on NOVEMBER Tth. Thte 
is your fight as contrasted with, that 
of your opponent, who is arrayed - 
and endorsed on tlie side of and by 
tho;ie .with whom yqu cannot, as goal 
citizens, afford tO affiliate. 

Speaking of the K. K. K.. that^ 
organization that strikes terror to 
the hearts of gepnine American men 
and women of ' both races, Mr.' 
W60LWINE ssys: "IT IS Al» OR- ' 
GAXIZATION WHICH SETS RACE ' 
AGAINST RACE AND RELIGION 
AGAINST.. RELIGION, ATTBMPTti' 
ING TO STRIKE AT ALL WE ARK 
GIARANTEED IN THE CONSTI- 
TUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." 

"IF 1 AM ELECTED GOVERNOR 
IT SHALL BE ONE OP MT FIRST 
DUTIES TO PETITIO.N THE LBO- 
l^LATURE FOR A BILL BY WHICll. 
ALL SUCH ORGANIZATIONS WUX^. 
BE DISMEMBEniBD AND CRUSIIB0, - 

CAN YOU AFFORD TO HAVB tt.., 
GO OUT THAT THE KU KtU^^ 
KLAN HAS ELECTED A GOVKR-»r 
NOR FOR YOUR GREAT STATWr 
THERE COULD BE NOjMOUE MA- 
LIGN INFLUENCE, NO MdRE KVIU 
ADVERTISING POR CALIFORNIA • 
THAN SUCH AN ANNOUNCEMENT 




OONE AT NUmillG 

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Los Ansel*. Cal.. Cct. 24. I»82. " 
RespectfuUr addressed to the Cit- 

izens^^the SUte of California. 

County of Los Angeles and Los 

Angeles. i ' , 

FELLOW CITIZENS, GREETISO;, - 
JWhereas, the Most Worshlpfuf" ' 
Alpha Grand Uodge is an orgaai-:T: 
cation of Colo^ MasOas in the,*^ 
State of Catifomia, atad having' 
Credentials and RecognlHoa froai 
Masons all over the. world, end. 

Whereas, this great coafratersl^ 
of men sre In sympathy witb aiij^u:^ 
interested in all just and hnmalM^. 
principles of government as they ar^, 
rightly admia|8tered and rightly un- 
derstood, andreallslag that the suo- 
cees of government, the main pro- 
tection of the lives and property et 
tho^e who live under its admials- 
trstion, depends upon the definite 
character ot the men plaeed at Its 
head, and. . ^ 

Whereas, we have found the WOa. 
whom, we believe worthy lot t*^ 
honor and esteem ' which the ' psotfla^. 
of California are ibout to tetow . 
becanse theru is no real touMoCk 
i tlon between the higher teadaueiM 
of one party as compared with tfeoa* 
of another in so tar that poUtioal 
parties must co-exist for tlw ooMo- 
slblo purpose ot mutual deteaoe, aad. 

Whereas, it seem^ eter to have 
been the aim ot Democracy to •£• ' 
coniPUsh the destiny of the huaiiaB' 
race by every maaua et dovctiod 
known to cItiliaiMaB, aad while ttii 
a recognised toot, ia Sevablliiu^ ; 
Jurlapmdenee that that paity Ma 
'furaiehed ths maxim, of 
hawpinass and opportunity to; 
and, 

Whereas, fhie Domocraoy of wIMfe 
we are speaUag ahd thtaUag kanii.; i^ 
one ot privttOges, nor touMded '*"' - 
force, but is one ot serviqa; 
on merit, and he who 
pve^nUaoOtly as-thb 
poaeat ot thoaa' dam' 
Is. no other dtau th« 
people— «h« .man . of 
THQMA8 UBK WQ01,V_ _ ,_ 

tko pibpio at»ik-mci<i^fmmt«t 
««to^ CallMia, -1 •^ 

BB IT uiODVBD. that Jhap 
WoiaMXul^Alpha ftiaadi^ |iff<gr> 
thoSMaOC-CsJ ~ " ' 


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Starr Piano Store 

630 South HiUSt 


The greiMi {^nd tremendous STARR j 
HOUSE with its wonderful and unsur- 
passed STARK SERVICE offers to the j 
readers of the Eagle its extensive line, of | 
Pianos, both Uprights and Grands and its j 
tuneful Player-Pianos at most astonish- 
ingly low prices when the high quality is i 
considered. • ' 


JUSTICE HOWARD 

B.HINSHAW 


Every Starr Piano carries with it our 
bona-fidle rock-ribbed guarantee of quality, workman- 
ship,, fine service and honest prices! Our treatment to 
all of our thousands of customers is always the same — 
dficient, courteous, considerate and straightforward. 
We treat all alike and have no favorites. 


V^^^ 


AMM 


We know that your j 
child is gifted by nature, 
by feeling and by tradi- ] 
fion to strike out for mu- 
sical excellence and that 
the attainment of musical 
knowledge will keep your 
child from the street, 
away from undesirable 
^i company, will refine its 
^ _r f mind and place it in a po- 

sition of culture, refinement and good personal as well as 

public usefulness that must lead it to a higher plane of 
life and earning power. 

Save your child from the street and from ignorance 
by buying a useful "STARR PIANO. 

We have some other makes of Pianos in stock, used 
but in fair condition, for less than $250 and $200. ' - 


Our business Hours are from 
8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

Call and inspect our tjig and superior stock pf Pianos 
now and do not delay" ai moment, as our new eight-story 
high Starr Piano home is about to be erected and all of 
our Pianos must be sold at very substantially reduced 
figures. — 

P.S.: Whilst visitingljur store at 630 SOUTH HILL 
STREET, also inspect our famous Starr Phonographs aad 
llisten to the original sweet-sounding Gerinett Records. 


DONT! DONT !! 

CUT YOUR HAIR 

' foe a Creole Feadierw^ Bob Made ti 
' Nahn^ Cnrly Har . 

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Creole Preparations for Hair and Complex- 
ion positively gives results. Climaix Hair' Straightener 
for men; Pressing Combs and Tongs always in stock. 

CestOMS for Mask BaUs and tvfks for Rent 

- ' Visit the i 

taisest Beauty CultDre Acadoqr 

On The Pacific CoAft ' \- 

CMBS. BOSA L. SAMPSON-MORRIS. Presfipj^^ 
r ' MRS. BOYDT. CARTER, V^e.Pre8. 
,; \ MISS THEO. JONES, Secy. 

;.■ * 1114 CEmSAL AVENUE 

I^MaM: 11Z9S. ' I R«*: So. 6937-J 

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with the as'kiatance -of many 
friends, who declare that his goo.d 
record of two terms as a Justice of 
the Pe^ce entity him to re-election 
to this otBice foi' LOs Angeles Town- 
ship, which Inctudes all of the cor- 
porate city. Justice Howard B. Hin- 
shaw is making an active campaign 
which observers' declare Is certain to 
be successful. 4 Many neighborhood 
meetings in behalf of his re-election 
Hiire being held. 

Justice Hinsbaw Jias opened cam- 
paign headquarters in Room 421 
Hollingsworth Building, Sixth and 
HIU Streets. Attorney Edmond B. 
Hinshaw, hi<^ father, who is a for- 
mer Congressman from Nebraska, is 
in charge. The telephone nufnber is 
Main 3524. 

Presiding In tti?n With other Just- 
Ices over the trafBc court. Justice 
Hinshaw has given careful study to 
the many intricate problems which 
tjjis court presents.. 

"It has been my observation on 
• the bench, in hearing testimony in 
traffic cases, that the speed tr^ip Is 
unfair when placed on open and un- 
obstructed roads. Such traps at 
crossings and mountain curves are 
the only practicably method, but 
straight stretches should not be 
used for fattening a batting aver- 
age," said, Justice , Hinshaw. He 
further contends that "The system 
of granting operator's licenses is 
too lax. A motorist should be re- 
quired to pass an examination on the 
main features of the law. They 
constantly plead Ignorance even as 
to knowledge of the speed permitted 
in the open, on crossings, on mafin- 
tain curves and to parking. Cer- 
tainly lack of knowledge ot the law 
tends to increase accidents. The 
walking public and the motorists 
are entitled to a fair deal and , there 
are mSny weak points in our Motor 
Vehicle Act which should b<^ reme- 
died to make for safety ot both 
classes. I have a number of ahieud- 
BsentR in mind which I will call to the 
attention of the next legislature." 


By 


rec*lved - by the Asststttut 
of the N. A. A. 0. P. 


WURZBAOH OP TEXAS VOTBI> 
von OVER BUX, 


an unfortunate error the name 
of Harry Wurzbach, Representative 
from the 14th District In Texas, was 
omitted from, the list of those who 
voted for the Dyer Anti-t«ynching 
Bin in the House of Representatives. 
Mr. Wutzbach was present In' the 
Hous^ on January 26, 1922, and 
voted for the Dyer Anti-Lynching 
Bill, according to announceinent to- 
day, by the National Association for 
the Advancement of Colored People, 
70 Ftth Aveiiue, New, York. 



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M'EIiFARB ASSOOI- 
¥!VJOlNS PROPOSED 
L.\UNDR»1' FROM 
S CMEMICAIjS 


'' Amendment Number 19 is against 
etery interest of the working peo- 
ple. Vote NO on Amend.ment Num- 
ber 19 November 7. 


XEWS XOTES 

Joe Matherly. a prominent yCung 
Los Angeles Attorney and veteran 
ol the World War, has been placed 
in active charge of the campaign 
headquarters of Judge McLucas, .who 
is a candidate for ^6ctioii tb "the 
Superior Court. •^' ' '^ 

Judge Victor R. McLncas is 
scheduled to maice eighty speeches 
in Los Angeles County between now 
and election. 

Judge "Victor R. McLucas of the 
Los Angeles County Superior Court 
was once Superintendent of schools 
in a Middlewestern State. , 

Judge Victor R. McLucas of 
Los Angeles Superior Court has Hpe 
for ten years a member of the La\7 
j Faculty of -the University of Soutli- 
ern California. He is an expert on 
Constitutional L«w. 


FRANCIS D. ADAMS., eauafdata 
for Justice of the Peace for Los An- 
geleij City (Police Judge) i is meeting 
wlthi phenomenal success in the caar 
paign for his election on November 
7th. For the last two weeks Mr. 
Adams' has been the guest 9f Im- 
provement Associations in all: pans 
of the City, and is nightly addressing 
large audiences. 

Although Mr. Adams is a ^candi- 
date "for the position of Justice, of 
the Peace, he has not comefiaauked 
his opportunities at these mejitings. 
but has used for his subject the up- 
building of the community Imjrove- 
Clubs; his aim and object being a 
closer unity and {inderstauoiug 
amongst the people. 

Mr. Adams has always been an 
ardent supporter "ot the Firemen 
and Policemen Pension Fund, and 
District Representation and many of 
his talks have been along these linet^. 

We believe that a candidate, who 
will devote his time to the working 
out of these problems /instead of 
taking up the space allowed ^m iu. 
speaking ^or his own person^ cam- 
paign, shows that he^as the Tnteresl 
of the City at heart,] a^d we feel as- 
sured tha^ when ejected "he will "be 
the right man 'In tkiiimglit place. 

Mr. Adanis has a' strong cainpaign 
committee, of men itid women who 
are- ardently Bupporlting him, and 
meetings (ird held nightly b^ them in 
different ipairts of tpe city for the 
furtherance of his election. 

We have no hesitancy in saying 
that we euppvrt Mr. Adams, and hope 
that all our many subscribers will do 
likewise, for we believe that "A new 
broom sweeps clean." 


ILO 


3US 


Before J 
of enjoining 
ation of the 
Laundry at 3 
Avenue on 
sociation gal 
when Judge 
jifnction agafrist 
extent that 
other noxio 
used in the 
at. that locatio 

This is a 
people as no 
without the 
The «ase w 
McLucas on 
ent injunctii 

The peopl 
representatec 
belfa, presid 
Attorney Doiiava 


irhy a Complete 
<* Bett 


Funeritllfor $75. Other funenJt in proportioii. The 
iip^thout extra vagence. 


:eiid«nt lEpr Women 
CIuldrBB 


Crail in the mattter 

the erection and oper- 

roposed Blue Bird 

h Street and Western 

t Thursday, the As- 

ned a notalile victory 

prail granted an in- 

the samie to the 

chloride of Lime or 

chemicals could be 

operation of a laundry 

n. 

signal victory for the 
aundry can be operated 
use of these chemicals. 
11 come before Judge 
3ec. 11th for a perman- 

of ' the West Side were 
by Attorney H. C. Mc 
of th Association and 
n. 


PHONE PICO 175 
131 ICENTRAL AVE. 


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K.INSAK BlJPUBLUAN CONVEX 
Tl<)\ EX|X)R.SES DYER A.VTI 
LYNCHl.VG BILI. — 12th SICH 
K.\DQKHEt4E\T, BESIDEM 3 
FROM DEMOrR.\TS. 


Amendment 8-A refers to Lil« 
Insurance and Pension Funds for 
Firemen and Policemen. Vote YES 
on Amendment Number 8-A on the 
November ballot. 



JUDGE VICTOR R. 

McLUCAS 

A committee of five ho«(Lrtd 
comprising njaoy of the foremost 
residents ot Los (AiiKel^] 'County, 
has been selected to work actively 
in behalf of Jud|;» Victor R. Mc 
Lucas wlio is a canc|idate for elec- 
tion to the Superior Court. Among 
the residents of Los Angeles who 
have prominent places on the com- 
mittee are the following; Ida May 
Adams, A. W. Afthburn, E. W. 
Brltt, Mrs. Georgia BulfSck, Lon W. 
Butler, Senator William J. Carr, Jo« 
Crail, Frank DomiUgubz, John P. 
Dunn, Walter P. Dunn, Ray C. Bb- 
erhard, Arthur W/ Eckman, David 
R. Farles. Oda Faulcoriei', Motley H. 
Flint, Guemey P. F^azer, Dr, John 
■R. Haynes, Wflliam Hazlett, Marco 
H. Hellinan, Francis J. Heney. Wil- 
liam 'Ikhodes Herv€|yr James H. 
Howard, Clifford E. ftughes, William 
J. HuDsafcer, Dr. Milbank Johnson, 
Fred W. lAke, Senator Cliarles W. 
Lyon, R. 1... McNltt.jB. A- Meserve, 
Charles EJ Milllken, 'Vincent Morgan'. 
A. P. Michael Narliab, Vere R. Nor- 
ton, S. W- Odell, Stajor D. A. Os- 
borne, Keint K. Pdrrbtl;, Voltaire 
Perkins, Leonard I^, Riccardi, Jo-| 
seph Sartori, B. Rey Schauer* Orfa 
Jean Shontz, C. ,£.' SpenCer, Joseph 
Sproul, Jesse Stephens, Marshall 
Stimson, Leonard B. Thomas, Wal- 
ter K. TWUer, Paul VaUee, A. J. 
Wallace. Oesner WitlUms and Mil- 
ton K. Yeing. > 


SBNATOR CAX9KB OF \. Y. 
PUEDOE8 VOVE POH DVKR 


9pnator Gaidar, of New York, au- 
tlkdrttsa apnoaiMwaeat by the Ka- 
tlowtj A«neifttl«i tfir the ^dvascft-, 
ment- of QoIortA Fvople that )i9 win 
irork for and vot* for the Dyer Astl 
LyDoUng BlU In the Senate, and 
p^redleta aurly fMMige of tite mea- 
sure. 

"I ttaU eonUnM to trsHt for it 
•ad I MB ewf* «• tbtU pus it very 
, won." ..V 
.aid geastlf Calder in a letter re> 


THE LORD H^TES A PROUD 
LOOK." PROV. «:17. 

B.V llenry C. Lewis. 

I have often thought about a' 
proud Ipok. And J have also dt- 
ilred to learn, how pany kinds ot 
lopkSr men ^nd women practice 

hich ' come under -the head of a 

ottd look. . ^'ji. 

, Prom ordinary odieemtion I have 
reached the foUbvia^g . conclusion ; 

lat ttierd are sev^l^inds of proud 
'looks which vre ijmjfti'iyactice. 

We win first fiMtor the un- 
natural proud lo^tr^fOftserviug that 
God made human'^belilis end covered 
their frames wftt ^esh and skin. 
Thejf were natUraUyi tiade bodies 
and faces, and wh^ these, faces 
were looked ttiwn Jiist natua-al, un- 
camoufUged faces were seen. But 
men] and women thrbugh a prjaud- 
■pirit began to raise themselves out 
of this God given naturalness .jirhlch 
was ebmmon to all. ■ They desired 
to be different so tl^ey compaenced 
the use' of,' powder, paint and^rouge, 
in other words to comotinage^their 
naturalness; and th))iB, was itegun 
the practice of at least qne of the 
many kitida of proud'looks, com|non 
among human beings Tiowhda^; 

By these coats of powde^ paint 
and rouge the indlviau^l makes a 
proud-loolc, and some ate proud be- 
cause they are . proud, of theifi proud 

looks. . . ■ ^ r*^ 

I have seen men wnri endeavored 
to malne themselves hfihdsome. They 
shaved, their ^ebrows, trained down, 
their side-burns-, cropped their mus- 
tache up to a small bundh of hair 
under the nose. To use the common 
term of today they itriBsenfed the 
aspect' of "he-vamps." ,", | 

Those were unusual *<Jlf for men 
to have done. They yeretialso Un- 
natural, acts; thsy .tMereibre come 
under the head of pfoM- look. 

Probahly the' mosCi pronounced 
proud loot prafcticed . ariofong the 
children of men is f&lal sarcasm. 
We ha»* all ooserved ' It in other" 
We have atoo felt the'touA of its 
awful sting and Ve 1»*»6, *>ne some 
sUnf Inf too. ' 

urI liov you., could hare cut him 
taa» mound, tf 't *r6re| possible, 
wtih tftose red-^fealtett «y«f>- ^^^ 
Jie Mid. "yoh lye wr<«l*,-abottt it." 

.oo^^tlSiJJe^Afe-^^^^ 
violence -were coi>ee«q*Ctl jould 
btf riffleKMrt to U0r lief ««> Hades 

ielr 
lem, 


Tiie tweljfth Republican State 
Convention hlaS put into lit.s platform 
a plank endjorsins the Dyer Anti- 
Lynching Bjill, according to an- 
nouncement jtoday by the National 
Association fbr the Advancement of 
Colored People, 70 Fifth .\venue. 
New York. J"hifi latest endorsemenl 
i-oraes from Kansas and is due to the 
efforts of Jaa tl. Guy. a memfeer of 
the Execiitiv^ Committee of tjie To- 
peka Branch. br, "A; A. C-'P. . 

The states] in which Republican 
Conventions have endorsed the Dyer 
Bill are: Colorado. Indiana. Ohio. 
West Virginia. New Jersey. New 
York. Massadhusetts, Rhode island. 
California. lielaware. Missouri and 
Kansas. I ndhree of these slates, — 
New Jersey* f^ew York and Massa^ 
chnssetts — Democratic Conventions 
have also endorsed the Dyer Bill. 

The text ofj the Kansas State Re- 
publican planl^ on the Dyei- Bill is as 
follows: i 

, ""We commfend the Kansas dele- 
gation in thej national congress for 
undivided and untiring efforts in 
support of the Dyer . Anti-Yynching 
Bill and recommend a continuation 
of their leffoiits foi" its enactment 
into law 


iroiiti 


.IAMBS WELtoON JOHNS'J.^' WIUi. 
TOUR SEVKX CITIES FIGHTING 
FOR THE DYER BILL. 


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— Vote For aud Elect — 

James Hosic 

FOR JUistiCE OF PEACE 
(Pblice Judffe) 
' Losi Ancelea City 

Indorsed ,hj^ Church Bro^hef-' 
hood jand dther strong organ^- 
ation^ Stjands for stquare deal' 

forjBH^;^;: h ' ^ 


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-VOTE FOR- 


Geojirge E. Gloy«r '^^ 

JUSTICE OF THE PEAct 
Lps Angeles To'%vTiahip 




HELP ELECT HIM 


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-RE-ELECT- 


Howard R. Hinshaw 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
Lbs Angeles Towmahip 

For . 

'Fair Treatment and a Square 
Deal for AU." ^ ', 



be^o^ tbe «om- 
ibul itsi 
«"Dy»r 


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Edward Judson Br^ 


(Incumbent) ■ .^■: 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE i 

Indorsed by the Bax Association. 
8 Years of able, conscientious and efficient 
•service for the People. i 



RE-PXCT 


He has held 


The Nationjal Association for the 
Advancement I of Colored People, 
70 Fifth Avebue, New York, today 
announced a final speaking tour by 
its Secretary, James Weldon John- 
son, early In. November, before the 
special sessibu of Congress at which 
action will be had on the Dyer Anti- 
Lynching; Bill. - - ' 

Mr. Jphnso 1 will "address* mass 

meetings in sjyen cities, explaining ,„ , , . ,^ .„.^..,^..,,._^. 

the present slatus .of the Bill, and jE- ^tlp i ii-. .*>'.. . "ti I "** s a]irr.JTyi.,. :;^ws^i-^^fci.i. 
urging unrem: ttlng pressure on all 
Senators until victory is won. The 
cities in whicl. Mr, JLohnson has ar- 
ranged to 8P«ak arid, the dates of 
meetings are: 

Cleveland, OhiJ. Sunday. Oct. 29; 
Chicago, 111.. Monday, t>ct. 30i 
Indianapojis, nd... Wednesday, Nov 

■1; ,' .; 

I.ffluslville, Ky , Friday, Nov. 3 : 
Pittsburg, Pa.J Sun4^y. Nov. 5 ; 
Philadelphia, ?a., Monday, Nov. 6; 
■Washington, Xi.C., Sunday, Nov. 19. 

Mr. Johnson JlHans tobe in Wash- 
ington, as the I pedal session of Con- 
gress opens, tl continue his efforts 
iu belialt of ih j Dyer Bill. 

In connectlcn with plans for the 
speaking tour, jMr; Johnson made Jhc 
fdllowlng statement: 

"The Nation il Assgclalion for the 
Advancement of Colored People ex- 
pects that thorpyer Bijl will be en- 
acted by t1»e ilenatt' in the speieial 
session of.Canfress called by Presi- 
dent Harding. The Republicans are 
pledged to pais this measure An 
object lecslon Is laelng given to the 
kepubHcan Pan-ty by our Braarhes 
throughout tlie country which are, 
workiag to <le< mt Republican Repre- 
senUttre^ wto voted agalnqt the 
Dyer BitI In tt t ijouse aitd i««Hk3ng 
to elect Demoirats whp voted for 
the Dyer Bill n the Hoeso. Tkeee 
These and otte t tacts I Wia« brtag 
penonally to ftonds oit the -Dyer 
BUlJn tjte itac ^ftfee, 
^-"loae. 



W THE 

:^os;.|Miel«^<l^iW^il«ii^:>^: -'^ 

th|^^.]^osftulit'i<»]r<:^i^ past 
twelve years,. ■■■■.VV-- '"•.':•*' 

Indorsed by the Mdhicipal Leagiii; die 
Anti-Saloon iLeagu^,' the United Clrarch 
Brotherhood, and- the Young U^n's ^- 
publican Leigi|«i. . • '^ i j "^ 


VOTE AND INFLUf 
^-\" - -'CIATEI 

HCMEMUdate Fop 



-JUDGE OP THE SUPERIOR COURT ^ 
Only .W^ War Candidl^ For tVe Oft^ 




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1014 CENTRAL AVENUE 


Am the Fall Season appruache For the beaaflt of their, cnsto- 
mera the BASHORS are lookiBK oat for jroik, Rememlier oar nwtttoT 
'*Thc Best or \o(hiiig for our Trade; CoKHemm Tre^itnieBt." 
Don't forgrt the oW Rallable. 

. Vuit Our Meat D^artuMnt r: 

S.M.BASHOR 


1014 CENTRAL AVE. 


LOS ANGELES, CAL. 




TH£RE IS A DIFFERENCE 
TRY OUR 35c DINNERS AND SEE FOR YOURSELF 

■ tg ervice With A SmUe 

SILVER THISTLE CAFE 

1310 East 9th Street 


IMPORTAMT NOTICE I 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE ATTENDING 

Joint Pupils' Recital I 

John A. Gray and Sifidair White Mnrdock 

TUESDAY EVE., OCT. 24, 1922 
' INDEPENDENT CHURCH— 18th and Paloma Sta. 

The music classes of both Mr. Gray and Mrs. Murdock 
are now full and this recital is NOT for the purpose of 
soliciting new pupils but for the benefit of student, par- 

V^nt and public and for thq general advancement of music 
>in the community. Ticlce|* of admiMion are~FRE£. Ho 

: collection will be taken. 
It will be necessary that you are seated promptly at 8:14 

^ p. m. in order to hear the grand opening ensemble. No 
one will be seated during the performance of a number. 


00 8 0009000000 


y A. M. Tto a p. M. 




OoBM «■« Sot Iha OH BaUUbto 
S. W. OOIiBfAV j 

1 ! 

Employment A((ency 

If yon are IooUiik for work and meui 
bualneM Ton will MTtt^tlm* and wor- 
ry By calling at mr ofllcs at onca. Mr 
strict biuitieBs dealinc and earefvl 
selection hare wen tor ine tha confix 
dence of those who want Colo'rad 
help. ^ 



U(w aad OoOacdoa 


oo oooco< i o c i a ii>oo»i 

CamoSchool for 
Hair Grownig 

CAMO HAS ESTABU8H* 

ED ITS REPUTATION 
aa tiie m oot a neeoarful 
HAIR GROWER on this 
PLANET. J i 

*MiM Adah Bail, ^e W 
coverer f<f CAMO at S49 
Hamlock St iaboiued^ 

Vim RoM ftnt crew W 
own hair. WiWB ^o 
VttLtvw yean of optn- 
tioiTin Loa AaselesTiM 
haa srown Mai^ haadfed 
beaottful growOufar #o* 
men by Came wlw win 
void of bean^ priOT'toifti 
iatrodttction. 

PhoM Mala B21«. r 


: siVBnmw sMap shots 

By Ay BWiriwr 

Mr! ahd Mrs. Ansia Bakar were 
tendered a kitchen jikowi^r for thalr 
home led by Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Cdl- 
Hei'. The fifta were of wide >ari«ty. 
many nti^ »l««ea betns aaoac the 
eollectloh. Mr. and Mra. BaMr are 
now Tisttiac In Los Anseles. ^ey 
will malce their home in Anlhelin. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey of Victorrille 
are sitendlnK a few days in the city 
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 
Bryant. They will visit in San 
Francisco and then go Bast. 
Mr. Oeor{Ke H. Gordon and Mr. Amos 
Henderson were In Blainore lasC 
vrheW on business. The Deacon of tbe 
Second Baptist Church held a special 
meeting; last week. ' . 

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. iMtcgerald and 
Mrs. .Minte McGee viciited Los An- 
Keles. list week to heair Madame F. 
Cole-Tilbot'sing. They enjoyed the 
oecasioji very much indeed. 

Mrs.' David Thatcher of Coalton 
was a visitor In the elty last week 
shaking hands withhold' friends. 
The Masonic Lodge gave a delight- 
ful, social at their Hail last week. 
The table was spread for flifty. Many 
of whom were invited guests. It was 
a notable atCair and was greatly en- 
joyed by all present. 

Mr. Emery Byrd was a visitor in 
thti city last week on his way, to 
Coachiia. 

Mr. Joseph Winston is our Band 
Ma^er. His organization includes 
Mexicans as well as our own young 
men and informs us that in a very 
short time they will be ready to 
render service for banquets or so- 
cial*. . 

Mrs. Annie Pniltt ot Dallas.Tex- 
as sirrived in the city last week.. 

Mrs. Leroy Taylor and Mr?. Hat- 
tie Williamson are on the sick list. 

Rev. H. H. Williamson, his son 
Julias H. .Williamson and Mrs. Jas. 
Jones accompanied Mrs. Edmonia 
Alexander to Colton Sunday where 
she left on the S. P. limited for 
Manhattan, Kas., her home. 

Mr. Finley Wllkerson and Mrs. 
Annl» Pruitt were united in the 
bonds of Holy Matrimony Oct. 18. 
Rev. F; W. Cooper tied the knot, 
hev, W. H. Rozter, Pastor Park 
Avenue Church spent several days in 
tbe city this week. 

Well brother — Sister, election is 
near and as we see it at this distance 
we would advise tiie election of the 
entlVe Republican ticket and also 
vote for the Water and Power Act^ 

Mrs. L. A. Fitzgerald is an ad- 
mirer o^ the Eagle and wishes to 
have it continued. So your dear 
friend wishes to keep abreast of the 
events of the times pay for and read 
the best Negro Journal on the Coast. 
Call at 1193 Park Avenue also 
bring any news item you have, the 
coming and going of your friends. 

Rev. W. H. Rozier left Thursday 
for Los Angeles. 

The District Association ot the 
Western Baptist Association will be 
organized Nov. 3rd. At the Park 
Avenue 'Baptist Church. The new 
orghnlXation will include all the 
churches outside of Los Angeles, and 
the Impeeial Valley. 

We are informed that the Rev. G. 
W. Reed has joined the A. M. E. 
of Monrovit. 

Rev. H. H. Williamson is indebted 
to Rev. W. H. Rorier for the pre- 
sentation of a book entitled Bap- 
tist Doctrine. It is very highly ap- 
preciated.!, ' 


pro^rty, the futnre Day Nnraertr^ attfe, | Mr. Coleman 'made matgr 
abd Worlctng <l|ri'a fiome 'and the; trien^, hU nohiUty of character en- 
Celetmtton of 'the Y. o. J'a Srd At^ldeariiic him to all. He is surrired 
nireraary; Mlf. L. ^ilaon- of Den|-i|nr a jwidow , Mra. Alya Colemaa. 


ver tfiiT« an addreaa on "Cluh worl 
in DenrW and' their doae telati< 


Fnneial gerncea were held at the 
Mt. Zlon Chareh, Rev. W. 1). Carter, 


■hip with #r<|rao Club Wt>Tkera.rjoAeia ins. Berrlcea were n charge 
All »!.. ^.ikMM. ».»_ «-^ — '^' of Harmony IxidgeNo. 2 1". and A. 

M., a sting for Lahgton Lodge No. 


All tbe deletat<« from Pr«nio 
the Aaaocfation have returned mnc! 
Inspired and at^ working with ii 
'creaaed vigor and zeal in their nex^ 
year's work. | 

Mrs. Ayera of 1801 B. atreet l|i 
convelascent at the Burnet Sanb-, 
tarium. j. 

Mrs. Freeman of 140S F. stre^ 
is 111 at her hdme. j 

Mrs. Wilson of Denver is a vlaltoi' 
in bur city and guest of her sister, 
Mrs. L. Jones of 1763 E. street. > 
' The , membe«rs ot the Baptisi 
Church ot Madera are building i 
church. Toward this Interest Revi 
Robinson a^ks your presence and 
ausistahce at the Second Baptist 
Cburcu of Fresno, Wednesday nightl 
''^ Members of all churches are welj 
come to eojne. Rev. Robinson wilt 
preach, ' 

The Colored Grocery Store has 
changed management. Young Mr'. 
Ben Watklns ahd his fath.er, Mrj. 
G. Watklns havo tbe store in chargej 
We 'wish them '^^reat success in the 
business and encourage the patron- 
age of our friends. 

Mr. ahd Mrs. Cottman were the 
dinner gAieste of Rev. and Mrs. Dixt 
on of 192& G, «reet Sundayiafterj 
noon. ^ I 

Rev. Moore la expected in our city 
in the near future. , 

Deacon Berry and his members 
win give a Hallowe'en social and 
entertainment Tnei^ay night Oetj 
31, in the basement ot the Second 
Baptist Church. AH come, Thd 
masked Goblin has Something to tell 
you. All cordially welcomed and 
are reqiwBted' to mask. 

Tuesday night, October 31st.-^ 
Second Baptist Church. 

Women's. Home and Foreign Mis- 
sionary Society met Monday night at! 
the home of Mrs. Cora Hannibal, 
1561 E 8ta0bt. Alter sewing on the 
prize quilt, delicious refreshments 
were served. 

Churches have begun their holiday 
I^reparations of which all ar^ looking 
forward with <nuch' entbuslasm. 

UBTHSIi A. M. B. CHl'RCH 

C. C. Carte*, Paster. 

The flrat quarterly conference and 
meeting will be held Sunday and 
Monday: October 2t and ^30. Pre- 
siding Elder J. H. Wilson has come 
back on the district and will hold 
the meetings. The reports for ' the 
qi)arter 'although only a month* in 
the/ making are a splendid index to 
work of the year, as excelling any of 
the previous years of the present 
pastor's administration. 

It is the plan ot the church to be 
engaged in a series of revival meet- 


6« of 
Lodge 


Leavenworth, Kansas, 


Mf. Coleman was a , mefmbers. 


HEDIjANDS NfiWf 


of which 


Mariej of 
Saturday 
with her 


Wiley 
Ernest 


By Lionui OooBe. 

MrsL Grace and daughter 
Los A: igelea returned home 
after ' lavIng a lovely visit 
brothcjr, Mr. M. M. Young oil Clay Bt. 

Mrsl DetU Wiley of Kiss., is a 
new comer in our city. Mrs. 
is the' Bister of the late M^. 

Brown 

MrsL Edwards, the loveli' wife of 
Rev. 1). E. Edwards, PastiT of the 
A. M. S. ChurcbJ^re, joineq her hus- 
band lieer last week. 

Tbe Rev. M. B. Morelanjd of San 

Bema-dino was a visitor Id . 

Sunday and preached the Missionary 
Sermon for the sisters Sunqay morn- 
ing, i 

Mra^ James Jefferson aid young 
son returned home Saturday after 
having made a two weekf visit in 
Los Ahgeles among relatlv<!S. 

Mr. ' and Mrs. Carmicha el have 
moved to 103 Stuart Avenu;. 

Mrs.! Amanda Williains and 
daughter Anna Mae made fying trip 
to the city last week. 

The i Turkey dinner giveh at tbe 
h^me of Mr. and Afrs. Daiiels last 
Friday andSaturday evenings, by 
the A- M. E. Church worf^rs was a 
decided success. 

Sunday was MissionaryxklDay in 
Second Baptist Church. Sunday 
morning an Inf^iring seriQon was 
preachfed bx Rev. Morelan<l''''Af San 
Bemaijdino. In the B. Y. P. U. 
Sunday evening the boys rendered 
a good program. The lli^Issionary 


Praise 
very gAod. 


program, 
service In the evedlns was 


SArR.\MEjnro 


Since ^esterday is gone aurl 
Toraorrow bUU a pace aheajl; 
Our only hope lies in today 
Our loVe to give, our duties to pay. 

Mr. and Mrs. P. F. C'RoIlly and 
Mrs. C. S. Flood, attended tbe fun- 
eral of Mrs. Stanley, an tgedj resident 
of Woodland, Sunday 

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Johnion have 
returned after a delightful visit in 
the Soifthern part of tbe State 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnson 
and son Evans of Clarinda, Iowa, 
have come to make Sacramento their 
home. Mr. Johnson Is th€ brother 
ot Mrs. George Klndall aifd Uncle 
ot Mrs. J H 'Walker 

Mrs John Smith and daughter. 
ii«s with Rev. E. J. Magruder as ^J^- Elizateth Gray, were crossing 
preacher, tor at least two weeks, tjhevstreet in the traffic lanes late 
beginning November Ist. Tuea^aX afternoon at «th and K 

streets and were run dowp by an 
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Real Estate, Loans and Tnnnrggiiii 

l!21i central Avenue 
' CMS b^ Phone: So. 7602-J 
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All chnrcbep and Christian work- 
ers are Invit^ to help us in the. 
campaign agalwt sin and unright- 
eousness. Rev. E. J. Magruder Is a 
stirring goapel preacher and every"- 
body will want to hear him. 


Dd'SRIAIi. CALIF 


Jlev. G, W, BuBSey has been re- 
assigned to the pastorate of St. Paul 
A. M. E. Church. 

Mrs. B. W- Cook returned from a 
two months visit In Brownwood, 
Tex{, having aa her house guest Mrs. 
Stanley. 

Preparatioaa are being made for 
the rebuilding of the First Baptist 
Church- j "" 

Imperial waa highly entertained 
last Wednesday night by the Calif. 
Jubilee Quartet. 

We arei glad to have Mrs. O. W. 
Buasy In 6nr midst again. Her sister 
Mra. D. Almeida of Riveraide is a 
visitor la our city. 

J. O. Gordon and family \ have 
moved to Santa Monica. 
' Don't forget Women's Rally at St. 
Paul. A. M. E. November 12tb. I 

BKKDIiBS incWS 
Katlelaam j 


SK.ITTLB, WASHINGTON Jl^WS 




ntere ti II*' iMed of, going down town tojbmde i^Sm 
aft ap4»^^'mWG OTOBBii^ your neliliborb 




'hood^ 


ST. JAMBS BAPTIST CHUHCH— 

There was no preaching services at 
our church Sunday, the pastor being 
abaent. Sunday School and B. Y-, 
P. U. the leaaon waa Interenting to 
all. The anbject ^Reverence. 

Word was received last week 'from 
Ricks Carjkneas of the death ot Mra. 
D. M. JacMaon's mother. We extend 
to Mra. Jajckson and family coedo- 
lence. - 

the beloved dan^tjlr, of iXr. and 
Mra. C. R.jDeJan and grand daughter 
ot Mr. and Mra. L. H. IMkvia UtUo 
Lofllae Rof era Dejan paaied away 
Tuoaday a#4 .waa' burled Wedaesdiay 
ateeraoon from the St. Jamat Bap- 
tfit Chareb- R«V' XMckeiimt was 
called froal Pasadena and ofltelatM.. 
Manr ww« preaent "to pay tteir Uat 
respecta toj^r. 

Mr. A. J. Htinnlcatt baa^ rataniied 
toXaedlea. 

'Mr. and' Mrs. P. C. Crocket -have 
moved to Loa Angelas.' 

Mr. Saadford from Loa Aageiea te 
on car 412, divialoa avperintendent, 

Mr. W. Jonea'-ha(| retttmed from' 
1^08 Aag^ea and Paaadena. 


antomobtle driven 
t white), who was 


by Mr. Bogga 
very {insultinR 


until the \Eagle reporter appeared 


;*yp"^ 


roiOBftrs 


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Dwrta^' . 
Tlia Praaeai Harper Ctali aatf the 
Otrl**- Iiunirma«Bit C!ab gave a i«- 
MpttoB^^NMMiiy aigfet Oct^4Mr 17. 
at diaJitiia ot Pnaeiw ]|irpii4i 
PrwjUartK lllaa Saa*l im$m. , IW* 
raoMUoa'WM yiveii in toiMir ot Ike 
ttqalSpirtM Of' AN «aM oa iOMr 


By Edoah D.. Bowman, 
Mr. Warren Russell visited his 
h(s family in Seattle last week! Mp. 
Russell has been stationed in Spo- 
bine for the last t^o years. 

Mr. and Mra. J. F. Oliver enter- 
tained at dinner Monday evening Mr. 
and Mrs. Boy Green and Mr. and 
Mrg. George Swosee. 

Mrs. F. Bamswell left Tuesday 
morning on the .Princess Victoria for 
her hotne in Victoria, B. C. after a 
three month'a visit with gar 
daughter, Mra. B.^Gravy. 

Mr. Edd^e'- 9toekett after a alx 
months ytay te^rangle, Alaska, haa' 
returned to Jwattle for the wintep. 
Mr. Stockett aH<| be will leave for 
Alaska in tke^Htls. 

Mr. Thoaa^ UcDaniels left Fri- 
day evening tor May4eld, Calif., to 
visit hU aMIer and nieces before 
their return to the family home in 
Cincinnati, Ohio, the last of thla 
month.. . 

Mra..Roee Scott trt Porttand, Ore., 
Mr. and Mra. Hvldl BaMera. Mra. B. 
Wallace and Mr-'- McCain of ^tUe 
were the gaesU of Mra.B. Lytle'ot 
Tacoma Street at dinner laat Son- 
day. Tii« trip vaajiade by mo»r. 

Mra.' WUlkm Wligon of Bremer- 
ton ^nf the v«M-«ad witb Mr. and 
Mra. rf NorrH, Jr 

Mra Adam Ball honored Mra. 
Geneva iiaoaing at dinner Friday 
evening. \M||a. IbBlUiliiK will Join 
her hnsbaad i% Saa Itaneiaco, Calif., 
witere they iml idake ^helr future 
home, . 

Mr. T.xMkkB of St. Paul waa a 
visitor in »Hl^l• tkin week. 

Mra. K.\D»Moea«f Topeka. Kanaaa 
and Mra. Bdae SeoU of Portland, O., 
are the haafle gnaata ot the 8o-}oum- 
er "111101 iCMi. .. ^ 

rir. Neirtoa Cateaiaa, welt-kaowB 
and highUr tttpeetad Utiaea ot Bb^ 
atUe. paaaeA^ aWM' At kla home ISIK 
24tb Avaaaa at «:W o'clock Th««»- 
day moriilK' Daath eame After aa 
lllheaa Mrteiliiaf orar a jrw, Mr 
^Coleman, (aiaofariy known aa 
Blend, waa pcdbaMr iHUnn 40 atore 
people tai tt* NetftavF^ot *>»» «ny 
other ~ coiornd perapa. ^Jpr eleven 
yeara he waa 1* tlia wipkr «f the 
Fisher Floariaf Mttl Ooatpuy and 
has beaa taatared te alt At their ad- 
verfiates- 0k> taatarae baae been 
placarded lai «*9lf Mlh board 
throai^oat lM cMlrtrr, wAl«^ f«- 
mHlar to tNwfjr r«iii«M.'«< adwapa- 

every (^ MM ,|| «M »l«ictaw« 
during (|># . l|Bt ^aiitin yaara and 
wu mMi «N^M il»iau,tidka oa 

Co.- jtillftttLr' |- r — "-T -' 

Hartadrt|iii3Bf'.- '«■* ~ <>»<• ^ *^ 
Attla '" WlifiSii" I'* * II '^' Kanaais ta' 


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on the scene.. Mrs. '^mjth was 
knuck^'down in the str^t and wa» 
slightly bruised. 

Mrs. J. H. Walker entert Hined at 
dinner Wednesday Mr snd Mrs. 
G W. Johnson anoNson, her relatives 
recently arriv^ In the city. 

J. H. Brinsbn and sons Lo well sind 
Sherman, Sam BlshopV, Join Baltir 
more,' Ben Lambert, JokMIlar and 
Rev. Fred A. Hughes were business 
viaitora in Woodland Mbndiy night. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lon^rens of 
Woodland spent a f^w boui s^in the 
city Stti^day visiting Mr.' aid Mrs. 
J. H. Brinson, parents of K m. Don- 
grens i „ , , \ 

Little Cliffle RItchey has ^Jturneds 
t« bia mother in Oakland 

Rev. T. J. Ross, conferenbe evan- 
gelist, pf tbe Paget- Soiind Confer- 
ence, arrived in tbe cltj today 
<Tuesday) and took a placo in tbe 
Harriaon Barber Shop fn Biithth St. 

Just four of our group liave en- 
rolled in the ReUgious aid Com- 
mnnity Training SchooL \re want 
a larger enrollment from aiaong na 
for out Of it will come acmething 
worth the time and effort. 

In one of our city schools last 
week, a book suppUii^ntj ng the 
regular work waa being real In tbe 
third grade^ which had ibapters 
ridiculing Negroes. The matter waa 
called to the attention of tie presi- 
dent Of the N. A. A. C. P.' aid upon 
hia vialt to the school the b>ok waa 
eliminated 

An . honest-to-goodness pound 
party waa given in the basement of 
St Andrewa Church Thuradair nigbU 
aponaored by tbe Junior Stcwardeaa 
Board. This party waa given for 
the returned paator and wife and 
waa tboiightfuny given as 1. pound 
party where things are brou;bt and 
left, Inatwd of a receptloi where 
things are eaten and carri» 1 Jiway, 
Space will not permit a list ot thinga 
but Bttfllce to aay tbe miatres 1 of the 
paraohake will sot have to pvir tor 
the nest thirty daya.' 

Meedamea P. F- O'Reilly, P. W. 
Danifila. B V- Robinson K. C. 
Brown, L. SegrSe. aad H; O. Johnaoa4 
*ha paator, ^Rev. Fred A Hughea 
raid theae were tbe thlnga thi it madei 
the paatorate worth while an^ heartj|4 
•ned a mthiater for bis Job. 


REAL ESTATE 

M. Lduckett 


210 Manhattan St 


WatU 


Colne to Watts 


AND 


Buy Your Home 




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v:^ 


IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO MAKE CALIFCMUflA 
YOUR HOMEi DO NOT PAY RENT BUT INVEST YOIAC 
MONEY IN A NICE HOME OF YOUR OWN. 

BARGAINS IN ACREAGE, LOTS AND HOUSES— «- . 
ROOM MODERN HOU!»ES. ALL NEW— $2500; $350 DOWN, 
BALANCE $25.00 PER MONTH. 

TAKE A COMPITON LOCAL CAR, GET OFF AT ABILA 


STATION AND 


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COME TO 210 MANHATTAN STREET. 

M. La Duckett 


XnD you WILL be ^LEASED. 


R,C 


A. L. Porl«r, Sac7. aad Mgr. 


I Pres. and Treas. 

e & Porter 


p» 


' Amendment Nuqtber It meani 
higher ranta md Jacreaaea i he coat 
ot Uvlsgi^ Vqte NO en Aam^dmenti 
Number is Novenaber 7. 

FOB BSKT: Nteair fatatahek fowajt 
private faaiyRr: aaitabl* Ur 1 or ft 
matlMMe. Baud it daalred 11S« 
f^ Kthcalay Drive . W. Pico ear. 
P^Kwe WU. 67«S. I 

-i, - K . ' ■ . ; —' 

Aaiendmaat Nanber ll .puta 
45M.««44«» la tka haada cf fi po; 
Ittieal appolataap. tt*a dai ic#roaK ,,| 
»ai^M ^ oa 'Aatedmast N)Bi^b«rrU;;| 
'NMiiabar 7.j , 


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POETIC NOVELTY LITERATURE 
Oior pietoras deko te quality — 0«r Pricaa aura joat. 

Enlarging, Copying, Golorinflr, Poetic,, Photo, and View 
Calendan. Holida r Gnsetmy Post Cards, Picture Frames, 
Commercial and Fsrsonsl Work. Banquets, Parties and 
Weddings our Speqiatty. \ — 

.^ents wanted Everywhere 


Mail Orders solidited 
2828 CoBBiitoii 


.1016 E. 14tli St. 


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> ANGELES. CALDf. v ^ 


CHOICE CI 


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SOLD 



cmr ___. 

AT A^ B^G SACRIFICE 

^tidUlk^afai^ 

•100 B^WN |jn> 910 ram mouth 


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Wfi.HAVE UADg SPECIAL A8RA|«GEMEII1S Pillt. 
CHdlCE tiOTS THAT AKE 4a^W TO 
^aolO tUt^MATWLY AT THE 
" "" WTUS AT ONCE AS 
^ lOHGr HIARY! 1 t 



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■^rip^iB i i j ^ iiiiiiHippji 


>p. % AaaoeUiUM put 


I aad ava iviUam. ats- 
Rer. A. P. Sh«wr PasUir. 

Factor Shaw, recentiy daatgned, to 
Waaltjr ciiarch. (or the seventb year 
oeonyfed the pulpit both morning 
aad ^Yenlng last Sunday and was 
greetsd by large audiences. The 
' nev year is beginning with a vim and 
the ojitlook 16 tor the best year in 
the history of the church. 

Sunday is Officers' Day. The pas- 
tor ^11 preach a special program 
aermbn in the morDing, and in the 
evening he will preach a live wirer 
•ermon on the Political Sitaatioh. 
iUmoac the topics discussed will be: 
F-j ,8fcall the E^st Side be made dump- 
' .'^c ground for vice? Shall gamblers 
bootleggers and prostitutes control 
tke political situation on the East 
Side? .^ 

At tiM Banquet in honor of Bishop 
Stonta Wesley through her repre- 
MntatiT«a pledged $100 on the "I 
vill Maintain Fund" of th« Centen- 
•ry. Ijet each member come pre-- 
pared tbia Sunday to assist in rais- 
ing thia amount as a special oSer- 
IW- 

Watclx Wesley grow. Come and 
aee. 


If you still lore thp oI«|. ckuneb. 
come over and help us. 

REV. A. S. STOUT, PASTOR. 


7Mi Mnple ATOUie 

Rer. T. h. Orlfflth, Pastor 


THK mars A, ML K. .Ch6R0H— 
Sth and Towno ATc««e 

Rer. A. -HUton WaM, Hinlattcr 
ihxBth S780 Res. lAfl^-^rimth 


AU services Sunday were cqjoyed 
by all present. Tbe Sunday School 
w^s as usual up to th^b standard. All 
officers and' teachers fll,ling their 
places. 

-Morning services began at the 
usual hoar. Our pulpit being grac- 
ed with the presence of Rev. E. W. 
Moore of l^ittsbarg. Pa,, who deliver^ 
ed to OS a wonderful sermon on sac- 
flDce. Text: Romans 12 -"l^I be- 
^•ecfa you therefore, brethren, by the 
mercies of God that ye present your 
bodies a Itring sacriilce, holy, accept- 
able nnto Qod, which is your reason- 
able service. 

He explained the sacrifices of alt 
ages were in or^er up until Christ' 
came when he offered up himstilf as 
a sacrifice for sinful men. 

The cattle on a thousand hills are 
sacrificed that we might llye. 

The lives of the soldiers on the 
French soil at Flanders field were of- 
fered a living sacrifice. 

So many wonderful examples were 
broaght to us showing us that we 
should niake daily sacrifices unto 
our Heavenly Fatber. 

Jesus said take up my cross and 
folloinr me. 

Sunday evening was a Good Cit- 
izenship meeting. Speakers for the 
evening were Rev. Milter, Mr. Scott. 
Assemblyman Roberts and Mr. J. H. 
Bate. Each speaker's discourse was 
very interesting and 1 am sure all 
present were benefitted. 

Reuglar services every Sunday! A 


^Soirhad aa Us^MprMnnt^UvM^ 
Irom tMa^ehurch.l the Pastor ; Rer. 
H. IB, Ugktner, Wra. A. B. Stiinkle 
•Qd llr. N. H. Line, all of whom 
gnt ^pod accounta of the meriting. 
There, were tiro laccessions tQ the 
memtMrahlp of tl)e Church at this 
service. , 

This Sunday ^Qct. a9tb the Pastor 
will nil the pnlpit at the morning 
service. In the evening the Volun- 
teers of America wllV l>e in charge 
of the service. You are cocdiaUy 
Invited to wor^ihlp with us. at all 
these services. 


CHURCH NOTICK 


Ward Chapel, A. M. E. Churcb. 
1262 Bast 2Sth ^reet, Qiiarterly 
Meeting Sunday October 29th at 
11:00 a. m. and 7:30 .p. m. Ciiap- 
lain O. W.' Prioleau will preach at 
7:30 p. m. -All invited. All come. 
Sunday Schootat 9:30 a. m. A. C. E- 
League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer, and 
Lovefeast meeting Wednesday at 
7 '30. You are .welcome, 

B< R. QUY, Pastor. 


CONNSR^OHNitf>N FUNERALS 




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NA.UCelP; 


Meetp let aiid SrdvMqndars if each 
month at ODD VTSlAMVfB HAIfLi- 
Cor. 8tb and Wall Sneeta. 

W. c. haboidndT^. C. 

WM. W. BETTON, k. of R. * 8. 
16 5i B. 22nd Street. 


1ABKRXAC1.E BAPTIST CHLRCH- 


Pastor Ward will occupy his pulpit 
in the 8th and Towne Churcb at 11 
o'clock Sunday morning and at 7:30 
'p. m. Special music by the Choir 
ander direction of Organist Elmer C. 
'Bartiett will be a feature of both 
■eryices. 

The services were at high tide last 
Ssaday with good singing and a stir- \ 

ring sermon by the pastor un "The | cordial welcome extended to all. 
Automobile Religion' at 11 a. m. 
and at 7:30 p. m. Prof. Bartiett, our 
organist and choir master, gave a 
thrilling recital of his three months' 
trip through the tar South aDd East. 
_, Seven men and women united with 
the church in response to appeal 
made by Rev. Ward. The Choir, 
under direction of Prof. Bartiett, 
sang as if by inspiration. Prior to 
the close of the morning service 
Mme. Florence Cole Talbert thrilled 
,tl»e great audience with a solo from 
the Psalms; which was well rendered 
and pronounced a masterpiece. Many 
prominent out of town visitors were 
in attendance. A splendid audience 
greeted Prof. Bartiett in the evening 
and tat address was pronounced par 
axcellent. Among the many things. 
he told how he put over the big 500 
voice Concert at Atlanta. Ga. for the 
benefit of Morris Brown University. 
He also told how thoroughly he en- 
joyed bis entire trip, and he thanked 
the pastor and church (or his vaca- 
tion. Concluding he thanked Mrs. 
Fred M. Roberts for playing tlie role 
of organist and choir director during 
his three months' absence. Mrs. 
Robert^ assisted Prof. Bartiett with 
the music Snnday evening. 


12th and Hemlock. Phone Pico Sgai 

Sister Joshua, from Philadelphia, 
Pa., working under the auspices of 
the Foreign Mission Board of the 
National Baptist Convention, will 
be the chief speaker at the Woman's 
^Day Program, Sunday night. 
' At 11 a. m. the sounding of the 
Second Trumpet, the mysteries of 
the burning mountain, which was 
cast into th:: spa, the third, part of 
the sea turning to blood, the third 
part of the creatures of the sea, 
which had life, dying, and the third 
pari of the ships. b^Ing destroyed. 

Under the murky tbreads of the 
roars ahead of us. It is the business 
of the pulpit, the press, and the 
platform to join hands and go for- 
ward in a «olid phalanx to eradicate 
evil and to excite to the approaching 
end. 


8BOOin> A. M. B. IHL RCH 
1786 Kast SSrd St reft 

Rev. Rolit. Hous(c. Fa»itor 

Sanday School 9:3l) a. m. Preacli- 

ing 11 a. m.. subject: Knowing and 

IMof. A mass meeting by the Al 

:fan C. E. League in the afternoon at 

'S o'clock; Mr. Payne Middleton, 

ate President of A C. E. League, 

^director of meeting. Preaching at 

r^'ti^fj. B., subject "Sscrifice and Ser- 

'■rtee." 

You are welcome lO worship with 


•JPIRST A* M. S. ZION CHURCH— 

Bev. W. K. Hhaw, Pastor 
'(^oraer Pico aad Paloma MtrretN. 

l'^| The first quarterly meeting for 

yjtlia new conference year was marked 

^iwith much success spiritually and 

ancially. Presiding Elder E. M. 

Clark preached to a fine audience 

I^O'tt last Sunday morning. One ad- 

'.Jiiltlon to God's marching army was 

"l»^e- 

The pastor. Rev. W. E. Shaw, 
tSIIed the rostrum Sunday evening 
Dg as his subject — "The Sin A- 
Bt The Holy Ghost" or the "Un- 
' Ifafdonable Sin." Showing how 
;aager people are to get a clear un- 
[ deratafuling of the divine truth, a 
B' large and appr^atlve audience 
Tj^lMa present to hear this great ser- 
I'jBon. The text was found in Matt, 
Vxi:31. 

After Christ ha£ healed all man- 
-yer of di^eaao . and cast out devils 
Pharisees claimed it was 
Vgb Beelzebub, the prince of 
lia. Tbc'.r moral conscience was 

D* ~ _ 

lienever we put oot the moral 

;Cy« .nflien wrong no longer seemeth 

.wroilK^but seemeth right, we have 

•eal4|B»ur doon\ already, for there la 

no iMdon for the homicide of the 

' motal 'conscience. God cannot par- 

aad aave us if we do not wlah It. 

Ob ..naxt Sunday morning Rev. 

'«^ll|. apeak and in the after- 

a|' 3:00 o'clock he will spe#k 

'i.atfi Y. W. H. and F. M. S. Bvery- 

interested In missionary work 

,not fail to hear Rev.. Shi(w.^ 

M S rears in Africa as a 

WtirJcer and Orgafiiser. 

ary Workers are .especially 

Rev. Anderson of the C. 

Iinrch witi deliver the even- 

ge. It will be one of his 

ineesages as he leaveia scx^ 

na, his new field of labor. 

I Class 6:00 p. m. Vart«k C 

7:00 p. .in. Snndaya. 

B^kool »:30 a. m. Prsfse 

Service efach, Wedneadayl 

invited at all time* to 

us. 


<iREAT HBRVU/li;^ AX ST. PAIL 

Good ne«s and glad tiding weie 
heard ii^ that great message by Pas- 
tor Holt; this gospel being so plain 
that esan iha most studip caught 
a vision o( modern Christianity. In 
bis most strnclng deliverance in ac- 
cordance to our subject. Heaven 
was declared<>unto our clearing house 
while Hell is but the waste basket. 

At the close of the evening, services 
Pastor Holt introduced Hon. Mr. 
Bromley, Assemblyman for the 73rd 
District who In turn addressed a 
large, audience great interest shown 
many who pleldged their support. 
Hon. F. M. Roberts ia also supported 
for the 74th District. 

The Senior and Junior Missionary 
Societies win render tb^ program al 
the morning service including a ser- 
monette. - - 

At 8 o'clock P. M. under the aus- 
pices of our Chorus Choir the pro- 
gram *^'" *'® rendered. This organ- 
ization is alive and wide-awake, this 
Sacred program promises a feature. 
Hear them. 

Visit us at St. Paul. 


T,HJE METROPOLITAN, BAiri'lST 

CHURCH — 

37(1^ and Palonui,Sts, 

R«'V. 51. C. Carter, Pastor 


. M. XUiSION— 



m«e4aK 
Brottiar Tl 
arenaii, Watu/'CaL' 
it oa for M eluirtar 

'«M«i^ and m«»^ 
|m with tts. alao aaoiit 
aai Mamin.-m ari 


The attendance of our churcb is 
constantly increasing.. Last Sunday 
the pastor preached two 'pq^erful 
^ermpos. '. 

. Sunday being onr Missionary day, 
the. pastor wi)l preach a missionary 
sermdn in the nioming after whicb 
the Missionary Sisters will render a 
Missionary Program. 

The pastor will use for his evening 
subject, "Rewards for Spiritual Ser- 
vice." ■ 'a ' " 

Toa are invited to come and wor- 
ship vMh OS. 
us. 


TIJIXITV BAPTIST CHURCH 
West 86th St. aad Noi laanille 
Rev. J. A. H. Eldrldce, Pastor 


Trinity is now ranking wHh Sis- 
ter churches In progress and activ- 
ity under the leadership Of the Pastor 
Trinity has launched out fnto tbe 
sea, of doing things and with the ob- 
ject of doing, greater things splrltoal- 
ly and intellectaaliy. Back service 
the pastor is impsrtlnjg practical 
truths. On last Sandkflthe pastor 
ju-eached> a masterly sermon from 
MaU. 1 8th chapter. 

The evening sefvice M/M-i conduct- 
ed, by tbe wottieniki An, Gnild which 
was In Sacred Concert, and rendered 
a beantiful program lit music, read- 
ing, uid.soQi;; the cbi^ph audttofiupi 
was Hied td its eapaclty. > 
' to tiie miuf. itUal#» mM, visitor* 
f])« Pv^ar ai(d ei|iir^ extends, a 
wt^l^r te yon fi all tinea, : 


tiUt-dkareli 
tuMrtaut 



put 8aiid»7. Tb« 


Gertrude McCaal died at the hos- 
pUal, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1922 and 
was buried Friday at 11:30 o'clock 
from Rev. Dewer's church. Inter- 
ment Evergreen. 

Euegne ' Byrd who was burned 
Saturdayr' Oct. 14th by gasoline ex- 
plosion, di^d Friday Oct. 20th at the 
Pacific Hospital. Funeral services 
were held from the chapel Tuesday 
-it 30:00 p. m. Rev Gregg officiat- 
ing. Remains were shipped to 
Montgomery, Texas{ for interment. 

Funeral services for . Baby Mc 
Utcheon on Tuesday at 2 p. m. from 
the chapel. Intern)<ent at Evergreen. 

Marselle Harrison of 1419 Et 25th, 
street passed away Tuesday Oct 24th. 
Funeral from Chapel Friday morn- 
ing. Oct 27th at 10:00 a. m. 

Services for Ur. John W. Galloway 
of 978 E. 3 2nd held Thursday, Oct. 
19, 2 p. m. at chapel. Interment at 
Evergreen Cemetery. 

Service for Mr. Eddy Woods, held 
at Chapel Tuesday, Oct. 1', 3:30 p. 
m. Interment at Evergreen. 

Service for infant son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Andrew Webb, 1204 E. 27th 
St., Oct. 17, 10 a. m. Interment at 
Evergreen Cemetery. 

Services for Mr. A. C. Richardson 
of 1044 B. Washington, held Oct. 21, 
1 p. m. at Independent Church of 
Christ; Rev. Gregg officiated. In- 
terment at Rosedale Cemetery. 


SUMMONS 

-Vo. 1)-1S78S .' 

IX "THE SUPERIOR COUKT (W 
THE COUNTY OP LOS AXOEMSS • 

State of California 

C0RNJ:LIUS BRADFORD, Plaintiff 

^vs.^ — 

IIATTIE BRADFORD. D'jfendant 

Xo. D-imsa * 


.<»r<i»n brunxht in the SnperljM- Court 
of the County of Los Angeles, ai»d 
Contplalnt Filed In tlie Office of 
the Ciierk of the ^'uperior 
Court of Said Connty. 
The People of the State of Cali- 
fornia Send Greetings To: 
HATtlE BRADFORD, Defendant 
You are directed to appear in an 
action broijght against you liy the 
nbove named plaintiff In tbe Superior 
Court of the County of Los Angeles 


GRAND LODGE ROSTBR— \ 
KNIjaHTS OF FXTHlAS 9. A W. H. 
JurlsdIctJon of Callfoinia, l(KiSS-S^ 

P. G. C.— J. J. Bunch, Piiiadena, Caj, 
Q, C. — Jacob Soarea. p. O. 'Box 63, 

Sacramento, Cal. 
G. V. C.-^W. p. Tayqlor. Sacramen- 
to, Cal 
G. P. — H. W. Noel, Pasadena, Cal. 
U. M. of F. — S A JaclcBon, Saci:a- 

inento. Cal. 
O. M. of; E. — J. M Taylor, Los Ap- 

geles, Cal 
G. K. R. S. — H W Markbam, llSS 

E. 14th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
O. M. A. — A. D. Cameil, Pasadena, 

qal. 
u. I. 0. — S Gibson, Lob Angeles, Cal. 
G. O. Q. — W Davis, L09 Angeles, Cal, 

GrMi<l Trustees 

P. Harper, PasaSena, Cal.; O. W. 

Talbot, Sacramento, Cal.; B. F. 

Kenney,'! Sacramento, Cal 

The .California Eagle — The Official 

Organ. 
.The next Grand session at Sacra- 
mento. Cal., 1923. 

' I 

LODGE NOTICE 

Officers of the 
Most Worshlpfnl 
Sovereign Grand 
Lodge of Free 
and AcceptedMs- 
Bons for tlie State 
of California for 
Qrand Vaster, J, il. WOson; 
addreias V21S HoIm«t. Ave.. U A. 
n. t«r. Depntj O, M., T. 8. Jnbnaon. 

OnUa&d 
R. W. Grand Senior Cardan. J. H. 

Brlnspn, SacrameiilK 
R W. iSrand Junior W^den, T. R. 

Johnson, Lea Angeles. 
A. W. Grand Treasnrer^ H. S. Hous- 
ton. Bakersfleld. 
R. W. Grand Lectnrar, Samua> 

Knight. Los Angeles. 
R. W. Grand Secretary;, O, W. WB- 
spn: address 211 D' St. Mai7»> 
villa. 



State of California, and to answer 
the complaint therein within , ten 
days after the service on you of this , p-Tt/Vn^TililTi 


Summions. if served within tbe Goun 
ty of Los Angeles, or within tlUrty 
days if served, elsewhere, a^d you 
are notified that unless you appear 
and answer as aboye required,' the 
plaintiff will take judgment for any 
'money or damages demanded in the 
complaint, as arising upon contract. 
or will apply to the Court for any 
other Veliei demandedjn the Com- 
plaint. 

Given under my hand and seal of 
the Superior Court of the County of 
Los Angeles, State of California, this 
16th day of June, 1922. 

Seal Superior Court of Los Ange- 
les County. 

L. E. LAMPTON, County Clerk. 
By ROY GOFF, Deputy. 
WM. KAY CRAWFOJID. 

620 Ferguspn Bldg.. Los Angeles. 

Cat.. Attorney for PlaintilT. 
Oct. 21, 1922, D?kte of 1st Publication 


DIRBOTORY CDtAND CHAPXEB 

ORDER OF KASTESUr. STAR. ^ 
State of OaliflDmla And iTurliaicUou. 

Grand W. Patron, Mr. 3. G. Ed- 
monds, 1360 B. 33d street, Los 
Los Angeles 

'Grand W. Matron, Mi's. Aline J. 
Houston. 1729 Chester Lane Bakers- 
field. 

A. O. Patron, Mr. J. H. WlUing- 
bam, Los Angeles. 

'A. G Matron, Miss Mattye Jones. 
Berkeley <,^ ( 

Grand Treas., Mrl. "Slisabeth 
Brown, Oakland. 

Grand Secy,, Mrs. Frances A. Tjrr- 
rel, 568 Chenery street, -San Fran- 
cisco. ■ 

- Grand Conductress, l|ri. Gusu 
Johnson, Marysville.' 

Grand A. Conductress, Mrs. Lola 
Beal.-Redlands. *' 

Grand Lectnrar, Mrs. Ladrenc* 


Amendment Number 19 la not 
public ownership of. iK^er and water. 
Vote NO on Amendment. Number 19 
November 7. 


B£AI^:^TATE 
FOR SALB: Fruit Ranch consist- 
ing of, 54 fruit trees, blackberries, 
grapes also a 5,-r6om bouse, chicken 
and rabbit corftlts." Lot 116x327 Ft 


Rosatu Temple No. 10 8. M. T. 
meets 2nd and 4th.'Tbnrsday of.eaieh 
month at 2 p. m. at Mafonlb Tantpia 
1209H Ceittral Ave. 

—MRS. W. B. JONBS, W. P. 
12>S. Hooper Ave 
KATIB OLENN, Secy., 

16^2) BiUoma Ava 


Alpine Chapter iCX 1. C.', ft. & 
ibbets first and third Wednesday 
afternoons at 2 o'clock at the hair 
8a4Vi Centrai Are. 

MRS. NANCT BRVIN. W. 1> 
HAOyO MA LOIlq B^ KO, «»*W 
RIVBRfllBK, OAIh ' 
qi'ifts tbe 2nd ud 4tb Tueaday •?• 
enings of eaeh ^nth; all memMt* 
In goo.: standing of the O.^tT. D. of O 
F. ar« always w.e^come. 

OBO. B qORPON, Pt 9, 


Clas8jySe4 Aji» 


iiatti(ti^^ 


PHONE sassae 


Unrivaled in Quality. IJabcMten ia 


fS.OOG.QO; 1500 dg^^ 
Hulbert, for tbis and.' 
So. 3061-W. 


See Mps, C- 
iber property. 


The Water Pow^r Act ia Amend- 
ment Number 19. on t^e N'ovember 
ballo^. It ^^ust be defeated'. Vote 
NO on Amendment Nuniber 19 Ko- 
vember 7. 


\KANTED:' 2 men' to room and 
boajd in agreeable home. So. 662t).. 


FOR RBNT- Furnished, Rooms to 
men or women <tt 1217 E. 27t}i. St. 
Phone So. 5278 w..^iaTai r 4,; T 

FOR RBNT: fftn^ial^d roonis^ all 
rood'ern with li^exeepinK pri^J- 
leges! Pbona Tl^li . . J : 

lo-«-f.«i. ■ ,}■•■■; ^■! - ■' |, ■ 

i;ii'o ROOM kPfA^pif^l^^MA 

Jj-L-^^HED. BOX MU> C!0LXt 
617 B. VfS^. »1. i Wt^ ^BWH. C. O, 
mUMHOHS, K 

'PBlfpO' ST. 

FtKllB 77S18 



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Prices. 



tUed.ln.Kind 


:as 


A. M. etlBBNl 
PropHetor 

11 4a qEN,mAi< A^flfctUE 


Office: 1804^ CeBtrnl 
> Phctne: aTl-OTO ' 

Rours: 9-l^j 8rS; T-i> 

PHYSICIAN AND SUBOBOM [ 
Specialist in d|se8seig of women, : 
X-Ray treatfi&ent and e;[aniinati6b 


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^BI;d MABOK ' 

Attom«ar-at-JU|«r and Mofary Poiblla 

PracUQS t^ ail the Courts of Call- 
fornta. Congii)tatjon free. | 

Olflce: ^24 S. Spring St., Room 
311,' Phon^ Pico 11J8. Residence: 
836 Birch St.; Phone Bdwy. 1052. 

A Square' deal and a iellrary of 
the {|,00ds. 


Phone Maia«064.J 
9y The 'Wmik » Month 

. Fii]mwhe4, Roonw 

Wallace & Cle^^Iand, Props. 

37012UiSt San^OieKQ. CaL 

I TEACH 


For, Quick S^rviCf) 

"CaU for me and ^11 call for 

You" 
ROBERT T. TANICSLEY TAXI 

SERVICE 

7'-Pasaenf er Hudacm Siqier^Sis 

Office: 1146 Central Ave. 

Main 1476 '' 
Rea: U33-A i^ l^th Sl 
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Home of the 
Maator Smt^ and American 

Watchmakera 

We make your watch tetl the 

truth 

LANE JEWHrY CO. 

3S6S.HillSt 

FOR BENT — 3-room furnished 
apartment with private bath. Phone 
13453. 


tanksley a SPELLMAN 

— Ta» Service De Iwte — 

Latest Cars— |Iu8on Super-Six 
and Mannon Limozine-— for 
your comfort. •' 
1146 Central Ave.', 

Phone: Main 1476, 


Res. So. 3609 
13x3 B. S3d St. 


olfice 824616 ' 
Notary Public 

Wo6d Wilson's 

R E A li T Y 

AND 

I N V E S T M EXT CO. 

Licensed Real Elstate and Fire In- 
surance Brolters 
Land, Ranchea, HMses. ^^narUaenU 
Fonr Rent and FoT^le 
eit) CENTRAL .A"VENUB 
LOS ANOBLES. 


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$10 woijth of goods and a diploma given with each 
course. Write today for information. 

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Phone South 1738.W 

JOHN A. GRAY 


Friencb 


'lOG/ough Course in Piano Technic 

P I A N O— H A R M 9 N Y 
Reai<fence Studio 

Uesaona 766 £. 18th St. 


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MRS. Mf a PATTON 

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAK. 

ing, Beadinc, Embroidery, 

Frinfcs, Flow|:ers, T,aaapela, 

an4 »U kinda o( art wprk* 

1543 E.2^d Street •. : 

: Phone 27»71« 


W. H. LiATH, TME TAILOR ' 

0«6 Hemlockj St. Phone So. 6812-J 

Suits mad^ to measure $1S to J40 
Also Cleaning, Pressing and Re- 
modeling. Relining and Dyeing. li 
your clothes I are gopd let me keep 
them good. If not let me make them 
good. ] 

19 years in the J)U8iness. 

Motor to felsirtori California snd 
spend your \leek end at Jones Lake 
View Bungatow. Itrs all furnished, 
here's tbe key. Cpok your own 
meals or hav0 them tout. For further 
information tall So. 4727. 
iTan J. I Jones 

9-18-22-r4 


FOB RENT: Small front room for 


.gentleman; 


station, and In walkiuK distance of 
tbe heart of the c(ty. »3.50 per 
week. Call a|t 622 Ceres Ave.— 8-14 
-2-«. 


Dr. Bs L. BoswcU 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 

PHONl^ so. 4Qi4..W 

( IS Yeara EaqHViei*^) 

Diseases! of WomeB, Children 

and Chronie Diseases a Spec- 

iaUy. r 

OQce 1621 Vs CeiOral. A^. 

Phbne So. 7602<-J 

Res. 3617 McKlaley Ave. 

HOURS: IX-l: 5r6,; 7-8 I?, 31. 


V4 blciks from Arcade 


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Ic^Cn^mL Cigars 
aiK^CGn^ecyoiiery 

Don't Foi rget tlie Number 

1406E.9t^ Street 

■e W^elcome 


All 
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Prop. 




Doctor 

M. Shiiiohara 

Japalncse Bye Specialist 

loTVa E. First St., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

Hours of Consultation: 
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 
p. nr.; Sunday 10 to 
12 si. m. 


When in Oakland Stop 

ILLINOIS HOU:% 

16193 Seventh St. 

FURNHStfER ROOMS, HOT 

AND COLD WATER 

PHONE OAKLAND 3625 


aoi4>BirdRk.yME XPQOE, 

G. V.Oi<rfO.F. 

Golden Rule Lodge Ko. 6959, C 
U. O. of O F., meeta' the firsf an4 
third, I'uesday" of eacl\ nioiitb at Sfth 
and wall streets. J. h. Jarrett, 1400 
B. 9th Si:, N, O.; B. W. Flaberi 1401 
R. 9tb St.. I^: S.: P%piie ttain 18<6. 



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UlRBCTOMrJH. H. RUTH No 3300 

meets 1st acU Srd Thursday 'after- 
noon of eadh monthi at Odd Fellows 
.Hall. 8th and Wall Su. Mrs. Aletha 
Holcomb, M, N. G.. 1221 Bast 28t!3 
street. Phonte S. .^864-W Mrs A 
g. Miller. W,| R. 1984 B. 16tb St. 
Phonf 8. 2Q81S,-W. ] 

8PA?18HrKkGLISH 

Arcb^o J.. WIllamB, A. B., M. K.. 

Pt'^nident 

WlUieB. Wintaia, Secy-Xreas. 

112} B. 83T]| ST. 80.3008 

Spanlab. 8 leiiaona per mo $3:00 

Bi^glub coune /. , 4.00 




sgre ra< 


j'.j,',i>i.,,,^ 


W^ n, Johnsim^ 4 Soils. 


^,^A^ EiST^AX^ 

also a, t|ve rpo^} hona^, chicken and 
, rabbit cbrralls. t<<|t, 116 X, 3i2f feet 
^^Opo: ; 1600 dow«l See Mrs.' C. 
IHiifbertl for this and^^er prc^rty 





CALDWELP. HALL ' 


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Srd and 
The* ^ania 
INVERT 


Hmmitm M 
k and 

FoUji^w the jerowd evei^T^ 

; Unditt tun^iees of 
ci» Social lattb; 




Hours Phones i- 

10 to 1 Off. Pico 29T 

5 to; 7 Res. 532S(? 

Sunday by^ Appointment f 

Dr. ^rank A. Gortloii 

PHYSKpLAX AND SURGEON v 

3084309 Phillips Bldg. t 

Formerly The Germain Buildin.^ 
224 So. Spring Stt. Los Angeiee. 

The OeNeal Method 

HAIR AND BEAUTY CUI/TURE 

It's the cljass and saLtefaction is 
Gnamnteed 
MRS. ADA JACKSapX, Agt, j 

J Bdny. 1783 I . 

ParloYK 84 1 -a Remlock St. 


S. 2539- J 

HAZEL <iOTTSCUALiC . 
^1^. j. . I^Ia HEARD 
♦ • ITeacheM-of 
PIAliO AND VOICE ' J " 
Stsd^i 1330 E. 17th StMbt 
BiBDo instructions, Fk4vatie 
Clam. Voices solicited for 
Glee Clab. 

IVmSo.5410. • ~''-^:54 
RlEl'RpNTlCE - 

A!in»| ICE CREADMSLANT 

^jMMEA^^ft«p^. j 

; grjiitlcf^^ Specialty, f 

6S R«r cent oa tira {dollar. ~ 
BlebardMaj 141 4rd It., Ma 

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Mr*. J. A. Bass of 1229 W. lltb 
St. enteruUned witli a bridge lonch- 
eoq Wednesday anemoon. The 
laneheon was given complimentary 
to Hrs. Marrow of AxisotUL Other 
watxts were: Mrs. H. M. Kines; Mrs. 
Littlejohn and danxhter and Mrs. 
_ Sherman. A. most pleasant after- 
.'coon was spent by all. Mrs. Bass 
proved boeteas par. excellente on this 
occasion. 


See and hear Miss Lacille Banton 
take her first music lesson Thursday 
evoolnKv Nor. 2nd. at Independent 
ChKTCh. 


Bxperienced stenographer 
position at once. Call chis 
1.50-44. 


Mias C«chee. cooain ot Mrs. Ines 
KdmoBd. is Tisiting here for a tew 
days. Mrs. Edmond is a. social; tta- 
orite in Fresno. 

Miss Angiebella Hatriaoa and Mr. 
7 motored, to Long Beach. Satorday 
to witness ^ the Lone Beach and Jef- 
ferson football game. 

Many race lads are in tlie TaritKU 
high schools participated in the s«ic- 
ond round ol^ the, city football sclied- 
ole. Harris frotn JTefterson played 
end. Foache at Tackle for Pasadena, 
and Raymond Hard played a wtm- 
derful game for the RallsplittMs, 

Charles Sands will represent the 

Juniors in the Interclass Basketball 

ishes camiTal. which will be h^ld next 


office 


Hear Prof. Wilkioa' ow.n (impo- 
sition written for and played by 
Mis* Banton from Manuscript. First 
time In public. Thursday. .NViv. 2nd, 
Independent Church. .A.iinii.~iun 25c. 


Mr. .M. B. Sheffield, social editor 
W heen ill for the p^ist week. 


The Board o( Directors, of the 
I-Uat Sidf Moth' r^ Club will meet 
Tuesday evenine 3t the home of 
Mrs. Ella Ca.sjtio on Essex St. By 
prUer o( Chairraan. Sadie C. Cole. 


month at Lincoln High. 


Kiddies Minstrel Nor. 14th at 
Gamut Auditorium under the au- 
spices of St. Phillips Episcopal 
Ckarch given by 


We must defeat .Amendment Num- 
ber 19. It's dangerous to the tax- 
payer. Vote NO on Amendment 
Number 19 November 7. 


Edurarii-r.al Hints, and Musical 
Recital with .Miss Lucille Banton. 
Thurxljy evening. November 2nd. 

imlepf I'.d-'nt Church. 


Mrs. Maude Jackson, resident of 
Chicago, 111., for many years, con- 
stant attendant upon the "National 
Baptist Convention and a factor in 
the Women's Department, has re- 
turned home, having enjoyed her vis- 
it. She was the guest of Mrs. 3. JW. 
Daniels. 1513 E. 21st St. 


Don t forget the date Thursday! 


Miss Madifiiua "liomas prominent 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, E. 
Thomas of 2724 New Jersey St. was 


evening. .N'ov.,ia^. Miss Lucille Ban- married Monday evening. Oct. 23rd 


Mfm. MUiTMBH, BVXItBIIH HOMK 
Blia. Pearl Lowerr-Wlnters after 
a Btw ui ant visit wiXh. IJrivftdB I9 the 
city: retiUned hDBW Tluindar ^re^ 
ins. Itrai. Winters came prinsarlly 
to hfear Wme. Talbert in'Recttal. 


aUlMM TJULBBQX SNTBBZABtSD 


The week has heen a rcnad oC 
festivlUes wltJi Mme. Talbert. *»iA 
of her many friends have Tied with 
the other in tryinc to pay h^ the 
greatest' homage. Aa honontd guest 
to: 

The Actor's Benefit at H(»Uywood 
Bow;l, by Mrs. Ivan Saunderii; -After- 
noon Tea. Mrs. M. Marshall; Graa- 
man's Concert and dinner, Kirs. Mil- 
dred B. Williams; Theater Parties — 
Mrs. P. M. Roberts. Dr. Vada Som- 
merville and Mrs. Clarence Smith; 
Card Parties — Mrs. McCulIough. 
Mrs; Maud Prltch^tte and M^s. Mur- 
dock; Breakfast — Mrs. H. Bacon and 
Mrs. Hallie Smith; Dinner — Mrs. Ar- 
thur Cole, Mrs. Fred Roberts. Mrs. 
J. N. Jones. Mrs. John Scott of Mon- 
rovia served lunc)ieon ^to Mrs. Tal-. 
bert's party after the concert, at the 
high school. / 


Mm- SIMO.\ WUXJAMS lOiTKBr 
TAUfS Wrm LC^OHBaiN 


Ion. Independ-.m Church. 

RE.\L ErfT.\TE? See ->in.., Clara 
C. Hulbi-rt for Mode^ residential 
property at reasonable prices, a!.Mi 
list your property for good results. 
Phone 30. 3061-'W. 


hjS 


The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- 
nett ,01; Hewitt St. passed away 
.urtsday evening at the County Hos- 
il£it after several days illness. 


Mrs. M .\lbritton and daughter. 
Mrs. Elberta Franklin, left Thursday 
for Redlands where th'V will visit 
fqr a few days with K'^v. and Mn> 
C. B. Dones and ii'tle Charles the 
grandson and nephew. 


at S:3I> o'clock to Mr. Aun France 
Reed, which surprisf-d many of their 
friends. Rev. R. X. Holt performed 
the ceremony. 

Mr. Reed is Secretary of the Wil- 
shire Olympic Club and is well 
known. They will motor to Slsinore 
Lake for their honeymoon and will 
be home after Oct. 28th at 1010 E. 
41st St. 


Dance with the Modern Priscilias 
on Tuesday Eve.. Nov. Itth at St. 
Philip's Parish Hall. Jazziest of Jazz 


The .Mi-sses Earieb ot 274:2 Coun- 
cil St, entertained with party com- 
plimentary to the .Misses John and 
Kdna Ruober. Thursday evening at 
1415 W. 35th St. A pleasant ewn- 
ing was sp>-nt by the jolly bunch of 
yonng i>tople in attendance. ■ ' 

Mrs. U'-vn. Simras of Santa Bar- 
bara is in the city visiting her moth- 
er, Mrs. Emma ililler of 736 E. 12th 
St- 


Mr3. Cassells and Mrs. J. B. Bass 
were guests of Mrs. Marks at the 
City Club. Monday afternoon. 


Everybody can spare 25 cents to 
hear the Lecture-Recital feataring 
Miss Lucille Banton. Thursday ev- 
ening. Nov. 2nd. Independent Church. 


Prof. Elmer C. Bartlett after an 
S'MJO mile journey to the East has 
returned to the city and is -again at 
the "helm as musical director of the 
far famed 8th and Towne Avenue 
Choir. During his stay in the South- 
land he organized and directed a 
moitster chorus at .Morris Brown 
College in Atlanta and from all re- 
ports made quite o furore in mus- 
ical circles which gained for him the 
highest possible praise. ' The home 
folks are glad to welcome him back 
and that he would not 6e tempted to 
cast his lot in othej' climes. 


A feature affair was the .'i-course 
luncheon Tuesday given by Mrs. 
Simon W,illiams on Hemlock St., 
honbrlng ' Mrs. Ellen Jaekscn and 
Mrs. Jentiie Williams of ('bicago. 
Mrs, Rosa Campbell of Arizona, Miss 
Mattie Ladd of Sherman. T<>x., and 
Mrs. Blixa Warner i:ecentiy returned 
delegate to the B. M. C. 

The color scheme of pink and 
white was prettily carried ocit in an 
tffettive way. Covers were laid for 
twelve, and Mrs. Williams, who is 
loved by all Los Angeles, be<ause of 
her charming, peirsonality displayed 
superior ability as a hostess Tues- 
day. ' 


HOXOBH «^'B 

■Monday evening. Oct. 16th Mr H. 
R. Baldwin was host to a birthday 
party 'honoring his wife, nc? Eula 
Mne Bake^r at their residence. 1587 H 
W. 35th PI. Forty guests enjoyed 
dancing and whist until the wee 
hours of the morning. The house 
was beautiful in fall blossoms. Dainty 
refreshments of cake, ice cream and 
punch — real punch was served. Sal- 
nrdy, Oct. 14th -Mr. Baldwin sur- 
prised Mrs. Baldwin with a a-passen- 
ger Overland. 


KJU3 ^tS «0M» TO N. .%. A. C. P. 
PRAISIXU WOBK FUR KA.CE 


f ^-^Mldpii^w NSpiif 


A SMAM' Bcrosn wj|4. viswrvk any cosn^mt 

LY iKX AVOID YIIE BUSH. 


MRS. iM3SA L. SAMPSON-MORRIS. Prop. 
Phon^: 11286; R(Bt^ S«w 6937-J 


Rjeal Estate 


1114 CENTRAL AVE. 


LOS ANGELES, CAUF. 


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Sunc by: Alberta l^ualvr 

12001— l>|ul<fy Blue» 
t Pm Me 


12002 — If Yott'we nentr been 
vamped by a Brown 
S^ 
gVnfieMa. Daya 

i;800<i— Aftrr all tfce^ y«u-> 
Whydkl yoH Pick me 
op wbey), I 
4ffwiv ^<Ay didn't 


you let me Liy 


12008 lfrmn% Have 

ain't'. 4<Qiu|a, 
yoa aloaie 
Down Hearted 


WHO IS "BOSS" or 

YQUk DOLtARS? 

A good inany nwn let flw other l^iow qwfid ttie 
qKxiey ttiey earn— the other feflow just haft to sug-, 
gest something to sdl Qmri and— ttw money iiGOIVJi, 

Some ipen ar« strooe cpoofili to oootrol tfwir owe, 
roonqy. EvWy tiinstti^0rtniooey.l|iqfpatsonMiof itiQa 
Savings Account— first-^ BEFORE the Mtaw who 


seflyou some^Hig gets a diance. 


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It takes a MAN.Md a SAVBtGS ACCOUWT. 
inaGOOD BANK, and a STKONG WILL to 
bvHop afiiiidariiMacyi«taa{ik wHch yoa 
CM OM ior tMaOK antare I 


Yout 
leave 


12006 — Juzin Baby 


Blues 
Blues 


I'm Gotnc Awity just 


to wear you 
Mind 


A.B.JUDKINS 

CENTRAL AVENUE PHOTO AND MUSIC SH<^ 
11S2 CENTRAL AVE. LOS Af^GJEUE^, CAL. 


Dance with the Modem. Priscilias 
on Tuesday Eve.. Nov. 14th at St. 
Phitip'b Parish Hall. Jazzie.:ii cf Jazz 
mafic. 


GEORGE A. HOOPER 

For 

POUCE JUDGE 
Justice ol Peace vt, Los Ange- 
les City 
Election Nov. 7 


8-A does not Increase taxes. It 
amends the City Charter so as to 1 
Sord permanent relief for Kirem-ni ' 
and Policemen- Vote YES on s-a| 
November 7. 


Etalph Bnnche underwent a ser- 
ious operation last Wednesday at 
rhe Pacific Hospital Pico and Grand 
Avenues. 

He ib still improving and "his 
friends hope for his rapid recovery. 
Bonche is a student at the Univer- 
sity of California, and also a mem- 
ber of the Cub staff. 


'Amendment 8-A will take care of 
widows and orphans. Vote YES on 
S-A November 7. 

LAURETTA BUTt.KR 


SO Brilliant Kiddies in gay song and 
da nee. 

Don't miss the Kiddies Minstrel. 
SO children from 3 to 14 years. 

Solos. — Sextettes, — Choruses. 
.Minstrel Opening Boy Interlocutor. 
Snappy Jokes and Black Face. 
Comedians. 


Mme. W. L. Rochon, who suffet'ed 
a fractured right rib a couple w^ks 
ago. when she fell over the baclt oi 
a chair, is reported on the speedy 
road to recover. She still anrlles 
^-through her pain. ,: 


The girls at ^. X. High Scllfool 
have organized a club, which is ca&ed 
the I. C. Club. The purpose i^ to 
pnwiote better acquaintance ambng 
t^ students at that institution. The 
ntsinbers are Winona Winder, Bith 
and. Naomi Wright, Erma Armstrong 
and: Mereditfc Carter,. The joli^Hg 
fees are two cents, every school Bay 
ot the year. When once -negtetited 
br a member, har membership ex- 

. 4 

pires. 

S-A andi PROTECTION for 4)ur 
Firemen and PoHcemen. Vote ^ES 
on 8-A November T. * 


.MKS. ORA THOKXTOX WAXTED 


Mrs. J. .VI. Ainsworth formerly of: 
Galveston. Texas has reason tp be- 
lieve that Mrs. Ora Thornton ot 
Greenville, Texas, daogfater of Mr. 
J. M. Ainsworth is noi^ ttviiiE in 
California. JiXiy information lead- 
ing to her location will be greatly 
appreciated by her step-motfcer, Mrs. 
J. M. Ainsworth 1555 Conrt St., 
Los Angeles. CaUf. 


The Grand Lodge of the Improved 
Benevolent and Protective Order of 
£lks of the World, has given the 
suij of two hondred dollars? u, the 
National Aaaocistion for the Ad- 
vancement of Colored People, and 
has written a .letter of praise in- 
closing the check. The letter which 
is signed by Grand Secretary, Geo. 
E. Bates, is as follows: 

295 Bank Street, 
Newark, New Jersey. 

"At the recente meeting of th 
Grand Lodge, I. B. P. O. E. of W., 
held In this city, a resolution was 
passed, commanding the good work 
your Organizstlw is doing for the 
uplift of th« Race, as well as for its 
protection, and desiring to give ma- 
terial expression of their apprecia- 
tion, the members voted to contri- 
bute two hapdred dollars ($200,00) 
to your worthy cause. 

"I aa therefore enclosing check 
for this ampnnt. and would be glad 
if yon would acknowledge i-eceipt 
of same to me. 

With sincere regard, believe me 
Very sincerely yours. 
(SIGNED) GBO. E. BATES, 
Grand Secretary 
I. B. P. O. B. of W. 

The N. A. A. C. P. has written to 
3<r. Bates as Grand S^cretarjrof the 
Blks expressing lU sincere appre- 
ciation "not only for the contribu- 
tion but, even more for the moral 
support of the N. A. A. C. P. by this 
splendid fraternal ordej of 50,000 
"members." 


^ Attention! Colored Folks 

DONT HESITATE 

We have work waiting for you as Cooks, Maids, Day- 
workers, Porters, Janitors, Chauffeurs, laborers, etcj at ; 

1474 Central Ave. — Central Employment Agency 

Phone2'?1911. 


BUY YOUR FORD FROM 

♦'DICK" 

At NERNEVS— 52HD * VERMONT AVE. 
AitflBgiaed fORD^D eitler '"' " ' "^ 


off my 


; ' STUDIO: 1606 E. 16TH ST, 


Wby i»t niake a good ctrongresotaiiiao^oiMa 
aoQdynt, and SAVE? , 


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Mr. Bdle Oneal 

Teach^ of the Yofiaceat audi 
Swiftest Piano Class in the 

city by her correct method 
and easy way. They lean 
quickly how to play. Tho— 1 . 
who study ^ith this teacher 
an3~3oiis she says do, will 
not only study music bat wfli^ 
play it too. Why? Becaoqct. 
she patiently and carefully 
looks after fingering, time, 
rh>-thm and graceful poiaa 
at,the Piano. 

Extra Piano for Practice 
PHONE: SOUTH 4*14 


Dr. L. Bucans 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

Office Hours: 9 :30 A. M. to 12 :00 M. ; 1 :00 P. M. to 3:00 
P. M.; 5:?0 P. M. to 7:30 P. M. 

PhoMst Office 25827; Res. Vermont 4131 

2200 Ceaftral Aveaoe :: Lot _ 

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National Employment Agency 

SECURES POSTflONfi FOBk FIBST-CLASS Hfl^r 
/ Mra. G. WeaihaftM 
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HOABUiC EAai»a>'A»CISXDi3iG THE 

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ELuHKA BABTIiBTT BITrrBN'S 


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There will be a P«neU Sale Day 
Saturday. October 2»tli for. the 
benefit of the Poreigq Mtaston Board 
-'ai- the National Baptist Convention. 
'Hiss Joshua of PWls4«I*lu« ^'I 
^ve charge of the UmSHm, ' We de- 
■tr« 50 women to aid In raiafhg 
10.000 to help the work on roreign 

•thim is to. end 'Sunday at the Tal>- 
UOISrle Baptist Church. 


Vhile boarding a street car at tke 
Y^fff and white instilntion. Miss Mar- 
m0t Carter' sptained her foot wbMi 
Sftcaassd kar epnstdmrabls tnSiv- 
iif dorinc tte ps* 


Miss Delilah Beaaley presenteS- 
the Easlside Mother's Club with otfe 
of her books. "The Negro TinU Bl*- 
sers of California," witll the follow- 
ing inscription: "To the EaAside ^ 

Mother's Club in memory of the latePto 48 point typ^ 


Ke^ipg steR, with real progress 
will install in iU plant S24 Central 
The "Sparing Eagle " on tomt>rroy 
AveBoa a new Model 14 Linotype 
Mscltine. This machlqe is the last 
thias bt ty^e setting; it is equipped 
writit itTe magasines and sets tnm 


With this machine 


Mrs. >^anda. Oreen and otber mem- 
bers ot the Cinb who ban lent tkeir 
moral support towar4 me in t|ie 
strng^e to write, pnbiish and seU 
this Mok. God Mess them alt" 
(SIGNED:) 
DeUUh L. %S8l4r> 
Author 


FATHJfR W. 


a w^i|« fsper can be set without 

say lipp# to^tiaKSt all, atfa and aU. 

besi4^% MiaJimtent ot Ave ma^ 

Haae tt ejarries aa, aoxiMnF magsr 

sine -aa^the side tbr kaa^tters ^id 

Job^^ork; TUsa<l«t|Mea to 01^ 

Visilt at a cost^et mora than J|&ff(19, 

and PatiUshir. L^ ■ dlsti^stes. (or real progreBS 

and (a detoapned tor r«al. senrtea to 

iUte pao^ wte liaire ha l^allr Klvwi 

^ t]|^ maaanqwBt tlt^ s«Wo^ 

In reimral v« sM^ eostlane to I9- 

pTOT€ «M to sari* onr. iMtroas, coa- 

tinae i^ igfre'^iwa (9»artaaittM. tQ 

!oar tmtd sMa.aaa «oMa». coatee 

to mrtwip 10^ ■nsraaik eoatiaae to 

jjtiMh spiasa of^ stiac^^ 

rjs lamBba4.ta«is£ 

p\ ,. T-aar: ftaat'iipia ^aa'litf^elliMi., 


T. ClCGHCmN :]0- 
Tl'RNS 

Rev. Father W. T. CIegl|ora : re- 
turned to the city Hondi^-. aftek afkl 
eztensire Eastern trip. l|aKla< ' vt^ ' 
ited New York. PhUa«i«|Ma. ib 
Loals and back to his Hhaniii EVa#, 
He preached last Sunday w ^ mit^ .^ •atrfff^ 
Oaklaad. — ^«— 


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Greenspan's Poultry and Egg Ma^b 

OUR MOTTQ! "Quality:, Prompt Attention 
1142 CENTRAL AVE. 



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ALLEN HOTEL: 1123 CEN- 
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The well dreoaed natt wlio wmpm^tta^ Ae cImb and 
that from TSm QUALETT SHOP he eaa ft^^ke 
at the moitnuonab^ lariceg . P i wft Forsrt Tlw " 

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This Tract is just south of the New Goodyear Subdivision, and in; the direct line of development of the 
Great Southwest. ■ 

'. ' Central Avenue Gardens; is two blpcks East of Central avenue, ana extends from Shorb Ave. to 98th. St.l 
These lots are on high ground, with a 'gradual sloping toward the south, which is an assurance of good 
drainage. 

Temporary homes permitted, except in Block E., in which certain building restrictions will be enforced. 
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:^". All modern improvements, streets grfided and oiled, gas, water, electricity, cement sidewalks and curb- 
irtgs included in the price of the lots. ; *' j i 

The man who hesitates to buy one of these lots will be certalin to regret it. 

There are many lots in this tract, all full size, but at the rate of sales and inquiries, we predict that the 
'5^-^ tract will be sold out within a few days. .., i - i ' 

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HOW TO <1ET THERE: Drive out Central avenue to Floreiice avenue, feast 6n Florence avenue to pomp- 
tfuuavenue. South on Co&pton avenue to Siinlan^ avenue. West on Sunland avenue to Central* avenue Gai*dens. 
i>6]low the arrow to Tract Otfice. Representative on the ground, i \' ' '"' i '^ 

'**«■^ Our automobiles are at your service. Daily trips, 10:00 A. M. and 4:00 P. M., from Main Office. Phone 
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WILUAM E. PIERSON 

Author. Actor, Producer of "CHUCKLES," has given Los An- 
geles YOT first All-Star Colored Musical Comedy. 

Mr. Pierson is now asking your support, which, if given 
him, he will in turn give Los Angeles^ a first class Colored Thea- 
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JONNIE ANDERSON 

Jonnie Anderson, composer of the Music for "CHUCKLES" 
has decided to remain on the Coast until the first of the year, 
then he will go East to direct the publication of "CHUCKLES!" 
Musical numbers. 


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'i Lottie Bolds Anderson as Matilda Brown, then a farmer 

dressed in full dress suit; Senora Dolores in the Spanish scene. 
Miss Anderson is said to have the most exciting role of 
her career in "CHUCKLES.' She is a favorite of Los Angeles 
and it's predicted by Mr. Pierson that in a few more seasons 
Miss Anderson will be starring on Broadwayj in a new play that 
is being written especially for her. j 


I FERN CALDWELL NAMES— SOME OF LIFE'S DARK 
I MOMENTS 

\ Fern Caldwell leading lady of "CHUCKLES" the Pier- 
sion's Producing Company's Production, which will be played 
it PHILHARMONIC AUD., MONDAY EYE., OCT. SiJTH— De- 
dlares that the life of an Actress is not without its Dark Mo- 

rjients. i - j ..■'■" 

I She catalogues the darkest moments of Iier career as f^ollws: 

When she had to double iii the last production as a ^Jhorns 
gSrl and Leading Lady — ! ■■ • i ^ 

Wlien she spoiled her evening dress in trying to malce the 
change — ^-^'^Iflfltfl 

When she missed her car and was late for rehearsal — 

When she learnt that her -leading man would rather do a 
Ted Shaw dance than waltz — 

When she had to vamp t|e Villian (T. A. Perkins) who 
had been eating onions and had oil on his hair — 

When she had to meet the Director to consult about her 
new play and discovered she had to do tiie Secretary work — 
i But it will all work out O. !K. m '^CHUCKUS." . 


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MONDAY EVEL, OCT. 31 





' KI. « K-NTKO 

Rev. H. H Wade and Rfv \\'. H. 
Jickorson. General Mi*s!oca;> and 
'Corresponding .Secretary of the 
Western Baptist Asso. iat. m organ- 
ized the San Die?o-lnip-rial Coun- 
ties District Convention of tSe As- 
sociation Besides the larp^ delega- 
tion from th» Valley towns, there 
were present also Dr. W. R. Carter.. 


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itrs. Edward Lovely too^ l>e 
plai ►■ among the young matrwis 
Hhci! she 'entertained last Su 
afternoon frDm four to six. J"h 
responding to her bid were: .Vlf. and 
Mrs. Phillips. Mr und Mrs. Rad- 
cilhe. Mr. and Mrs Holt. Mr. and 
jirs. Brooks, Mr and Mrs Winslow. 
~.'iT. and Mrs. Morgan. Mr. and ,Mrs 
Thomas; Mesdames Louise Willi4ins. 


Rev. P_ EL RobT,nsrin and .Vrs. Lucyjj- Sadie Holt. Sadie Wright, Miss 
Norwood «f San Diego, Rev. Fea-J 6harn»>tt Boyce, Hazel Harris and 
tkerstoilB of Phoenii 2 yf-f. .Vofil^Tcrry. 

The nJeetintt Friday evt-ning way' ifrs. De Priest Ls proprietress of 
under the auspices of the %roman's the little neighborhood grocery on 
Kome and Foreign .Vlissionary So- ; West Mountain Street with a choice 
eiety. Miss E. E. Joshua delivered a i line of groceries, vegetables, fruit 


splendid address and the large con-! 
gregatiOB respond>rd moet gener- 

DUSb' 

''>The program Saturday evening 
was under the auspices of the Sun- 
day School and B. Y. P. T. The 
Literary-Musical program war- en- 
joyed by all. The orrher:tra made ' 
its initial appearance on thi- occa- 
sion. Rev. Robinson and Rev. Wade 
preached morning and eveniuis Sun- 
day^ The Dl.strict organizatio;: wa- 
|. effected during the attemo :i and the 
CiMcderator. Rev. B N. Brown will 
■call an early session of the organ- 
. lotion . All the sessions were 
il»rgeW attended and quite inspira- 


rs ago as janHor. In addiUon ti> 
election of Mr. Boyd as Secretary 
nday | to jfill the place tpade vacaut by the 
'hose I death of his noted farhLr, who wa.i 
the fc►un"d^:T of the Plant, which is 
invoiced at over a half million dol- 
lars, and which gives Sunday Sclwol 
literature to more than twenty thous- 
and Biiptist Sunday schools, having 
a circulation of approximately t< n 
milllion copies annually, the Board 
elected Rer. J. P. Robinson of Littic 
Roek, Arkansas, as chairman. Di- 
Rol^inson is the oldest pastor in 
poi^lt of service in .-Vrkansas. havint 
pastored one church over thirty 
V'^aj-b. He is also; the president of 
tlip State Convention. Rev. G. B 


"There's nothing terrible ii: ueath 

'T:s but to cast our rob*.- away. 
And tleep all night without «. breath 
To break repose iill dawn of day." 
We therefore, in the laugifsse oi 
Paul, commend you to God apd to 
the word of His grace, which is able 
to. build you up, and tc givf yon an 
inheritance, among all ; tcin wno are 
sanctified. 

SOCIAL hOlR CI.I'B OK BIRCH 
ST. CHiilSTU-V CHt'RCH 
Mrs.: A. C. Richardson. Pres. 
Mra.^F". C. Cothran, Secy. 


and pies. Your patronage solicited. 

Mrs. Fannie DePugh has returned' Tayilor of >'ashville was elected vice- 
home from a three months visa to I chairman. Rev. D. J. Hill ot Texas 
b-rr old home in Ohio. ■ was' re-€lected Editorial Setietary. 


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lie here Miss Joshua and Mrs. 
Norwood were the suests o'' Mrs. 
J, P. Neal. 

Messrs. Arthur Reese of Venice 
and R. P. Simons of Santa Monica 
spent several d?ys in the valley | s 


' sighttieeing and hunting. 

The California Jubilee Quartet- 
toured Imperial Valley during the 
past week. The company is not only 
a well balanced and an "All Star" 
combination but it too possesses i 
Tersatility. ! 

Everywhere is heard hearty com- 1 
mendatiQns of their stellar per- 1 
formances. Monday Morning, the | 


Interesting services were held 
Sunday at the First A. M. E. Churhc. 
Ki^v. Johnson of Los .Angeles was the 
sp'-aker at the morning service and 
the choir furnished splendid music. 
Mis. Foster of Oakland. California 
united during the invitation. 

The Pastor, Rev. G. L.. Cooper 
with the absolute ro-operation of the 
raire church is planning to make 
this the golden year ot his adminis- 
tration Visitors always welcome. 

.Virs Jane Robinson beloved mem- 
ber of Scott Chapel M. E. Church, 
passed away early Saturday morn- 
ing at the home ot her daughter. Mri>.i 
Ml McCormick on West Mountain St. 

Impressive services were held at 
the church Monday afternoon and 
sorrowng relatives and friends paid 


last sad rites and respects to thfeir 
dear one. She leaves a host of 
friend.-^ and her family conststtng 
of. .Mr. and Mrs. McCofmlck; Mr. 
and .Mrs. Robinson; Mr. and ,Mrs. 
Robinson of Los Angeles; Nira. Edna 
Sweet and granddaughter Dorothy 
McCormick. 

Mr and Mrs. James Collins enter- 
tained with a delightful party Friday 


while Rev. John H. Frank of Loiys- 
vill^. Ky. was re-elected Kditor ot 
the National Baptist I'nion Review. 
Two new Board members were add- 
ed Viz; Rev. H. A. Alfred, pa.stor of 
the I .Mt. Nebo Baptist Church and 
Revi H. M. Burns, pasior of tiie Tab- 
ernajcle Baptist Church. "Hhese two 
witl^ the seven who held 'ov>r from 
the year before, constitute the nint 
meinbers of the Board of Manager . 
The General Board, representing one 
meiriber from each State Convention, 
waslchosen at the National 'onvei'.-i 
tion'beld in N'ashvllle during the 
month of September. j 

Bim'H ST. THRLSTIAX CHIIUH 
14th aii<l Birch StM. 

F. C. CothraB, Minister I 


qnartette rendered a program for J oct. 2i< at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 

the pupils of the East Side School. ! Benson in San Rafael Heights. 

A namber of townspeople attended I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wise motored 


to Pasadena Sunday evening and 
dropped in an Mrs. H. S. Johnson. 

The Busy Bee Sewing Circle met 
at the residence of Mrs. McAd&cr 
Tuesday evening. 


and enjoyed the program 

W. O. Thompson left last week for 

San Antonio, Texas, to superintend 

tlie slHklnr of an oil well on' his 

Acreage near that city. 

The Douglas League lield an en- : 

OMisiastlc meeting la.-t Monday | WEST SIDE .MlSvSION \. M. 

evening. Next Monday evening the , < Hl'RTli — 
, inem>ers ot the organization will ^ ^est Jefferson and Xaomi 
f discuss the amendments which will' Haior G. W. Prioleau. Pastor 

appear on the baUot__J_^_R.^ Collms , ^^^ ^^^^ Quarterly Meeting 


of 


J. R. Collins I 

fc^re-Bid-ent" Of the organi^tion and(^^^ ^^^^^ ^.^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ 

U imptessing on '^t.. fj^f"^^'^ '7 | next, Oct. 29th. at 3:00 o'clock. 
tne worth of the poBtKa l heritage. 1 ^^^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

- "TrA-v I Chapel will preach and administer 

THE CRCWTN CITY j j^g. communion. We extend wi in- 

Mr. O. W. Phelps has opened a vitation to all. Come and partske 
drug store on Bast Green St.. with us 


We had glorious services at this 
Church last Liord's day. Bible School 
and Christian Endeavor Society ex- 
celled themselves.' . 

Oar minister preached] two elo- 
quent and inspiring sermons. Sub- 
ject 4t 11 a. m. "True Religion." 
T»xt. John 4:23-24 — ^But the hour 
cometb. and now is when the true 
worshippers shall worship the Fath- 
er in spirit and in truth; for the 
Father seeketh sucn tc- worship him. 
tlod is a spirit and »'•€» that worship 
him nost wor^hin h.i-n in spirit and 
In tn th. He deciar-Td that true re- 
ligion has the strictest adherance to 
the tri th, and is manifested in . a 
. < happst conntenaaee and 9 beautiful 
K- 1 life. The Choi» sang with new in- 
I sptration. The -^esence of the many 
' visiting frie.nd^ Airas gratifying. 

Prekching 111 a. m. and 8 p. m ' 


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a ^complete line ot drugs, sun- 

I cosmetics and a soda 

■taia. Mr. Phelps is a graduate 

[ui JloUs certitkiate as pbarma- 

lo>pnetice in several states. He 

]|««d in Pesadeina years and Jias 

d ■* pharmacist at Graham's 

gtiore on North Fair Ooks are. 

of tbe time. His experience 


The pastor will preach in tile 
morning at 11:04 o'clock. SereBtr 
children were in^ attendance last 
Sunday. Lieut. Itobinson and Srgt. 
Clannie Ladd ha va|^ consented to igre 
oor boys a real military drill twice 
a month. . Look oat for the West 
end Bor Scouts. Tke Commnnity 


needs them and sliall have them. 
hliD .to serve in any capacity 'ne a. C. E. Junior League n^Et 
__ to pharmaceutical lines, i sundajr wetk and not next Sunday. 
patronaKe is solicited. i ^ r ■ ■ 

Ifth^TJS e^fuTaSS:! NartfUe. Tenn. (8,«i.l): Hea^ 
Mt t»e week ena m f aaa ^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ Natfonal Baptist 

^ Mr.. Raoul "terUinedfPubU.hm.Bc^dofth*^^^^ 


Bi.ble tachool 9:45 a. m. and C. E. 
Sticigty 7 p. m. You are sincerely 
invited to all these Sfsrvicea, 


Lps Angeles. Cat., Oct. 21. 1922. 
Mrs. A. C. Richardson, 
1044 E. Washiugton St., 
Lps Angeles, Calif. 
Dear Sister Richardson. 

We the members of the Social Hour 
ClnbT i^t Birek St. Christian Church, 
do hereby tender to you our heart- 
felt syiapsthy and ^neere condolence 
in thiwyour sad henr of troiible and 
ber^ti^tent. 

ThejpMeing 6{ your dear and de- 
voted tiuaband from your home, and 
midst, is that which we feel. 
Ijr; but we are comforted 
tlttt he waa prepared, and 
d«ath calmly and triumph- 


^ lrt»tta iMt »M»y even e,ectioii tteHf pUce «t tiM aanMl -i"- 


■pent 


aad Aim 

in liO» 


Board KMtfNT, TMadv, Oct. IHk. 

every cupcttr «t tte PaUliUBf 
Piait iMMil bMM voffc;«liltM« 


jK> hi* dmagaos, 
i'soA'iloothed tiy aa on* 
ttnt riliNw^kaJl the grwre 
i^,ln«*« ^ dnperr ot 
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SA-VTA B.\KB.\R.\ .VtW S 

Once again your humble servant 
is oil the job after a vacation of six 
w-^eks visitiiiii a number of the south- 
ern cities, n'atives and friends at 
hone in San Diego in company with 
others. We visited anumber ot points 
of interest and on the whole had a 
well spent vacation. 

While in San Diego we had the 
the plea.«ure of visiting the San 
Dieso Eagle office, a branch of ouv 
"California Eaglev" C. A. . Spear- 
Has . i,:-^ident and .Mr. ira .Smith. 
,manag^^ It shows the remarkable 
progress San Diego is making also 
ibe growth of the Eagle' waich we 
hope will spread her wings that she 
may bdar the news of "Santa Bar- 
bara froin coast to coast. 

San Diego also baa another paper 
"The ,san Diego New Idea," edited 
by Mr John T. Pirkle. Both papers 
are wll patronized, and have a large 
circulation. 

Sunday was w^ell obaerved at Mt. 
Olive liaptist Chiirch. our pastor. 
Rev. H B. Thomas taking for his 
text "Competency Mn well doing," 
Gal. H : ;) for the 1 morning service 
which waa well attended. The Ju- 
nior Choir furnished well rendered 
songs in praise to God, while "PVep- 
aration of a Soldier" furnished the 
evening text. Song service by t^e 
Senior Choir. Both sermons w^re 
full of sairltual life and inspiruig: 
the congi;egation Was benefitted i^d 
felt the presence of the Lord in their 
midst. Our Sunday School is grow- 
ing also the prayer meeting has a 
steady growth as well as the B. Y. P. 
C. Come and ybu will enjoy the ser- 
vice and you will always find a cor- 
dial welcome awaiting you. 

Bishop Fountate tit the African 
Methodist Episcopal Church visited 
our city la^ Tuesday in the inter- 
est Of St. Piiul A. M. E. Church and 
preached a soul-stirring sermon Sun- 
day night after whiel^ seven members 
came forward and united with the 
church. The Bishop was highly en- 
tertained by the pastor, Rev. C. A. 
Harris. Mr and Mrs. B. G. Goodwin 
and other members 

On last Sunday Mr- and Mrs. C. C. 
Chapman entertained at dinner Bish- 
op Fountain, ^er. aad Mra. C. . A. 
Harris. Mr. and Mrs. L.. Siieui^er #nd 
Mrb. M. C. Jotoee. After dinner the 
Bishop was carried for a drive by 
Mr; and Mrs. Chapmaa in l&elr Max- 
well Sedan taking4fai the oil wells at 
Sommerland upon'tbe Rivera a^d 
other points of tnt«arest. He was ^- 
vorably Impressed wfth our city. 

Mrs. J. J. Reeves is coo^ued in the 
Sanitarium nnderstdng an operatioa.! 
We wish for h«r saccess and a speed:^ 
recovery. ' 'i ■'" 

Qnite a nnmW of Saatt Bwbm 
podal set left &«' ettx iMt MogEflay 
ni^t to attead a tum^ ftvw k <■ <>»- 
nard. Thoae lAa awtotd* dD**"!*" 
eliidtd Mr. J. k. t(orwwd« Vr< Ud 
Hit. iiirv<lo|fp<^ lii|..MP«n 


and "Mrs. Barbara. .\U report ^ 
lovely time. 

Madam Pearl Lbwery Winters was 
a %:isitor in our city iasi week and 
\va> highly entertained while hera. 
.Mm--. Winters is one of our taionted 
women who needs no introductioi^. 
She is widely known for her ability 
in Recital work. She was the hou.se- 
puest <qI Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chapr 
man on East Haley St.. while here. 

The Recital was given under th^ 
auspices of St. Paul'A. M. E^ Church 
Choir at St. Paul Church as follows; 
( a ) "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice'' 

C. Saint -Saen^ 

ib) "I'm Wearing .\way"...;A. Foct^ 
10 "Schujjert Serenade". ...Schnber^ 
(di "Daddy Sweetheart '.:L. Lehmann; 

Mme. Pearl Lowery-Winle^ 
Reading — "The Delinquent" Dun- 
bar 

Mrs. Lena Reed 
la I "Oh, If Thy Gates' Pearl Low- 

ery-Winters 
J-b 1 "Somebody Knocking at Your 

Door" Dett 

cc) "Swanec River" Dett 

(d) "Dawn" Dunbar 

Mme. Pearl Lowery-Winters 
Inttrumental SoJo "The Dying Poet" 

_.;.:.. .Gottschalk 

Mrs. Helen, Hart 
(a) "Brah-Ma-Dieu des Cro Yanta".. 

.'. Bemberg 

(bl "Rosary" .. ,7. - N'evlu 

(ci "By Waters of Minnetonka" 

Tosti 

Mme. Pearl Lowery-Winters 
Mrs. Helen Hart, AccJompanis; 
NOTICE to SabtwrlberK — Please be 
ready as a number of subscriptions 
are past due aud oblige Agent. « 

For news or ads. please calj 
1510-W or address 608 1^, SanU 
Barbara St.— L., A. Jones. 


TO WHO.H IT M.4Y COXtEBX 


If Yo^i Favor 

A MODIFICATION OF THE VOLSTEAD ACT SO AS 
TO PERMIT OF THE MJ^m}FACnJtS.^Af^D SALE OF 

IJ^ Wink and Beer 

VOTE •'NO' ON THE WRiGHT ACT— PRCM»OSmON 
NO. 2 ON THE MOVEMBER BALLOT 


2 

PHOHiamOV EXFOBCS M e N' T 
ACT. Submitted*)! electers by ref- 
erendum. Declares unlawful all 
acts and omissions prohibited by 
the 18th Amendment to the Feder- 
al Constitution and by the Vol- 
stead Act, adoptin|( the pcoalties 
therein prescribed: rests state 
courts with jurisdiction and inv- 
poess upon prosecuting officers, 
grand juries, magistrates and peace 
ofllcers the duty to enforce said 
laws: permits local enforcement 
ot ordinances prohibiting the man- 
ufacture, sale, traasportation or 
possession of iatoticating U^oors; 
this act to conform^ automaticaily 
to changes in said Federal laws. 

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! A few young ladies whose highest 
ideals are to become flappers and 
vamps, did not grasp the opportun- 
ities the generous tax paying public 
ocered them wlfile attending Inter- 
mediate School. I Altho Ihey received 
a little more than a grammar school 
education, they failed to learn these 
things, self respect and to have feel- 
ing for those who are unfortunate 
enough to be ill. Those who wis|> 
bad luck on other people, it geneiv 
ally falls upon ■ themselves or other 
members of their family. Now 
young ladies let this little advice 
siik into your brains if you possibly 
poBsess them, and be careful what 
yon say next' time. 


Pierson Producing Company the 
Producetrs of "CHUCKLIS" are 
certainly a bunch of live wires front 
the producers down to the least 
person in the cast. Show a spirit of 
Go-Get-ltivness, a quaUty that gets 
results. They work together like 
a well oiled machine hitting on all 
six cylinders. Such an organlsatioa 
ts an asset to anf community. Their 
Slogan is "3000" i to se^ "CHUCK- 
LES" at Phtlharmbnlc next Monday 
nite Oct SOth and the writer be- 
lieves that they will do It 


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TH£ CA UFORN IA EAGLE 

' Pabliahed every Satordiiy At 
824 Central Ave., Lob Angeles. 

PlMnMl5(V44 


Entered as Second Class 
Matter, NoveP'V-w 17, 1913, at 
CaL, under the A«t of March 8, 
1879. 


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Sabscription Prica 

One: Year. $2.00 

Six Montlw. 1,26 

Thre e Months „... .76 

MOVING ON. 


there should be any serjous ob- 
jection to the enactment into 
law of Amendment No. 16. 

We therefore have no hesi- 
tancy in supporting this meas- 
ure and ask for the fullest con- 
sideration and support of this 
measure.V 

WHY A NEGRO 
NEWSPAPER. 


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' The installation of the latest 
•uodel Linotype machine- 
Mode! 14 — in this establish- 
ment for the purpose of better 
serving our ever growing fam- 
ily of readers is but in keeping 
with the spirit of real progress 
and a duty we owe to the peo- rest of 
pie who have given to this jour- 
nal an unselfish support. We 
recognize in the same as whol- 
ly impersonal but at the same 
time a stamp of approval on 
our eCForts for a practical dem- 
onstration to DO SOMETHING 
worth while. For the past 
decade we have discarded our 
policy of standing still and put 
on the habliments of warfare 
for real progress and forming 
a lasting partnership with the 
people and establishing for 
them a' Forum. With this line 
up we have steadily moved up 
all along the line, at these por- 
tals the humblest of tlie humble 
have always had an opportun- 
ity to state his case and the 
"Soaring Eagle'-^espjte the 
efforts of" a pernicious group 
otherwise has weathered all 
storms and stands out in bold 
relief as a shining example of 
a real honest effort for ser^^ce 
to a people which' need men 
and women who can put over 
a program of real progress. 
True sometimes we must fight 
to save ourselves but never to 
harm or to pull down pome oth- 
er than ourselves. The only 
fights we make are ^gainst 
crooks and crookedness and 
we shall eternally and forever 
be found fighting along this 
line. Otherwise the old bird 
stretches forth its wings, it has 
brought down on Central Ave. 
the hum of the Linotype ma- 
glunes, the motors which run 
the machinery of a newspaper. 
Tt is training along busi- 
ness lines men and women, it 
is disseminating knowledge all 
along the various lines of effort 
.' with an unbeatable corps of 
"^ Writers and scholars who are 
contributors to its columns, it 
is gaining a world-wide reputa* 
tion and haa created within it- 
self a real honest ambition and 
inspiration to keep on flying 
*and gain such heights as it is 
possible to gain by a real hon- 
est and clean effort. In other 
words we are MOVING ON. 


If I had to answer the ques- 
tion : "Why a Negro Newspap- 
er?" I think that my answei 
would be in the form of this 
question: "Why a Negro?" In 
other words, as long as the Ne- 
gro forms a distinct group in 
the body politic in any com- 
munity there is everj' reason 
why there should be an official 
organ through which that 
body, of pure Americans, may 
present itself to view to the 
the world's various 
groups about it. Every other 
group of humanity, and the 
whole country is made up of 
groups, has such an organ and 
feels proud of it to the extent 
that it finds a treasured place 
by the fireside of every home,, 
many times, at a great sacri- 
fice. The value of such a ijews- 
paper to real personal worth in 
any community is not found in 
its size but its principles and 
its standard, it portrays the 
people for whom it is publish- 
ed. The world judges men by 
the standards he sets for him- 
self, let them be high or low, 
and the community press can 
best bespeak that position more 
so than through any other 
.rource. — ^The Enterprise. 


a^ advocated by the Interna^ 
tibnal Community Welfare 
League, which will put the race 
in a. position to become real 
factors among «all other peo- 
ples of the world, we are more 
convinced of this fact when 
we, after a careful perusal of 
the part which the race plays 
in production, note how far we 
are behind JEill the rest in pro- 
dncing from the soil of the 
earth. , ■ 

The U. S: census says that in 
the Pacific States, California, 
Oregon and Washington, there 
are only 259 owners of farms 
out of which there are 183 in 
Calitomia, 11 in Oregon and 
65 in Washington. In the same 
States there are 110 tenants, 
94 in California, 2 in Oregon 
and 14 in Washington. In the 
.same territory 42,739 acres are 
owned by Ntegroes; 33,799 of 
them, are in California, 2,125 
in Oregon and 6,815 in Wash- 
ington all to a value of $4,283,- 
406 in value. This give* an in- 
sight to the part which the race 
is playing in the game of pro- 
duction. It is not sufficient and 
we must organize and get to- 
gether to the utmost that this 
condition must not be. 


VOTE YES ON AMEND- 
MENT NO. 16. 


We cannot too strongly com- 
mend to the consideration of 
Eagle readers Amentment No. 
16 which appears ep the jballot 
Nov. 7th as an initiative meai^ 
- ure. This amendment iM qne 
which should appeal to all who 
stand for fair play and a sjquare 
deal and is known as th^ Chi- 
ropractic measure and! will 
give to the people absolute 
freedom in choice of the land 
of treatment they may dhoose 
for the ailments of their oodtes 
should they be so unf<Hrbunate 
•s to possess the same.! The 
enactment of this Amendment 
into law does not revolutionize 
an}rthing by the way of preat- 
ment of disease, it only ^ves 
the people an opportunltir to 
choose for tliemaelves 
ropractic practioner if 


One thing that we learned 
about the business of publish- 
ing a newspaper is the fact that 
if we start at the bottom and 
climb we shall not have, if 
drop we must, so far to fall. 

STILC ON' BOARD THE SHIP. 


THK PROGRKSN OF THE N'KGRO 

L\ KIPTY-POIR YBARS 

By Gporpr H. Duncan 

An address that contained- much 
interest was delivered at the First 

Congceeational Church, 9th and 

Hope street, last Wednesday even- 
ing by Rev. George F. Kenngott 
Ph. D.. Superintendent Southern 

California Congregational Confer 

ence. 

It Is of great value to every per- 
son in the United States to know of 
thf progress made by the Negro 
race during the brief period of 
freedom. The, astonishing facts 
prove the racial ' progress. R^v. 
Kenugott said: 

There is no better time than now 
to consider the tprogress made by 
the Negro race in fifty four years. 

These are actual facts and cannot 
bo doubted by anyone. 

On September 22, 1862. President 
Lincoln issued his Emancipation 
Proclamation wherein he announced 
that on ana after January 1, 18^3. 
all persons held as slaves were to 
b«K!ome fr«e. After fpur years of 
dreadful fighting the Negro now was 
free, and receiived all the right and 
responsibilities of citizenship. 

The Negroes were thrown out into 
the world, uneducated and inexper, 
ienced to meet life's problems. The 
progress since that time is things 
that makes history, bearing in mind 
that the progress and accomplish- 
ments of this i^ce, have taken place 
In the last half of a century. 

• To give every one an idea of their 
progress, Mr. Kenngott submits the 
following figures: 

domes owned In 186C, 1200; 1920, 
600,000. FarmcK operated ISSU. 
20,000; 1922. 1,*00,000. Students 
ill Public Schools 1866, 100,000; 
1920, 1,800,000. Churches owned 
1866, 700; 1920, 43,000. Church 
membership 1866, 600,000; 19ZV. 
4,800,000. Wealth ^icuraulated 
1S66. 20.000,000: 1921 $1,000,000. 
Value of church property i866, $1,- 
500,000; 1920, g&,900,000. 

I have obtained also a' list of facts 

to add to Rev. Kenngott's greet list 

... ... - . of achievements made by the Negro 

publican primaries on August since slavery. / 

29th. I In Kortfa Carolina colored people 

^ - '• [owned 1,674^23 acres of land and 

' '$37,851,973 worthof real estate. 

In 1900 colored peoi^e were .tn- 
na 


We elect at this time to be 
regular in our devotion to the 
regular Republican organiza- 
tion and give our support to 
that ticket and we take it that 
all who read will realize just 
what we mean by, the above 
statement. 

We appreciate the stand of 
Mr. Woolwine on the Ku Klux 
question. Wit wherfe Mr. Rich- 
ardson comes out just as strong 
there is no reason why we 
should desert the party o/ 
which we are a member tp vote 
for one who is an avowed Dem- 
ocrat. 

We^ must not swerve from 
our devotion and unless better 
reasons than any that we have 
heard are given we shall re- 
main steadfast and true for 
the election of the Republican 
ticket as nominated at the Re 


This column" reflects our 
stand upon p(|jtical 'issues, 
however, we conduct a real 
newspaper and if knowing as 
you muat, our stand, all person^ 
who may so desire, still have 
ah opportunity to be heard by 
purchasing, such space as they 
may see fit in which to state 
their case. _ 


insurance 


Officers White, McClanna- 
han and Holiday are rendering 
yoeman service and hewing to 
the linie. They are making 
good in. their effort to make the 
Eastside a fit place to live. 

THE INTERNATIONAL WEL- 
FARE LEAGUE. 


it u. reassuring to note the 
fa^ of such an organization. as 
above and its activities for pro- 
duction in a big way. Tremen- 
Cm- 1 (lous indeed is the good already 
iv • 1. - ,i _... I '..wl accomplish^. in the Jinking of 

their will tt win cr«ite Mth-jtwo nations in a real and tan- 
out a cent of eost to tkej tax-!^ibie effort to promote produc- 


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.jwyera-a Board of Ch: 
practitioners who will 
vp^ the qualiftcsti<m oi 
tiuf Chiropivctic 'gi^d 
wnrlc at their prdHaittfott 
tMl Unetise wiU b« tt; 
pljr Its proifltBion, 
ijr wftlMsat thf oae oT n; 
> W'.^edkiM whatever; 


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\tM>n by the iNegro race joining 
4n. the* propftgxnda by ., Latin 
America, till; ^atcr «ttcce« 
whteli koines to ISiis oFvaniz*- 
tion ibe KrUntar will; be 4^0 ef- 
fort of tfiose. wlm have 'no ih- 
tentju^H «f y«Miking other 
j&ttmeti. W^junstrmint^he 
lief tlwt till fttkure salvatien 
9f tt^laee |hi Jbi'ths s^^ftd 




terested in &1 banks an 
companies. 

»We have noted preachers, inven- 
tors, teachers, scolptors,^ actors, 
artists, singers aind musicians. 

The Negroes in the "wars of the 
I'nited States have always shown 
themselves loyal and ready to fight. 

CrispUs Attucks, a colored man, 
was the first to fall in the Boston 
Massacre. 

feter Salem fired tiie shot^that 
killed Major Pitcain. 

Samuel Lawr«iice led a company 
of colored soldiers at Bunker Hill. 

Over 3,000 Negroes served in the 
Revoluntlonary War. 

In the present World War thou- 
sands of NeKToes again went ^ over 
the top lor freedom.. '. I 

Over S3 colored men' have ' re- 1 
ceived Carnegie Medals, three gi^d-l 
nated from West Point and we have 
the lowest percentage of crime of 
any foreign race that comes to this 
country. 

What' the Negro needs is educa- 
tion and an eqcal bpportcnity. With 
edncation and. if f opportunity is 
giv^n him what jwUI be do In the 
sext fifty -years, t - 

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CARD OFJTHANKH. 


To the ^any friends who showed 
their kindaeu during our sister's, 
(Hiss Hattto.CoTlncton) illness; at- 
to tor tbe be4i>tini^ Horal pieces anjd 
to the Chdr'aad: P4*t9r, Rev. Oi^flltii 
Of the SeMttd Baptist Oharc&,Xw'e 
wish to eXttBd our thanks s^d to ex- 
pren oar apsMilauoo of ' the words 
of conaolafUui and teeds c^ kindness. 

VWOTON, 


CONNER-^jOHNisON & COMPANY 

tlNDStrf^J^^lft AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
Wbeee Cbnrto*^ llrtotaieiit and Polit» Service Please* 
, , ^ • , Tkese They Serve. 



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■ ^ !,. ■'■- V% ^: ■■'■' ^f 


F>a 


For G&T^rnat'^y 







12^ f^ YEJm 



'•■*f. ■ t 


Mi^iki^ 


Those wbo t«tT^ Rirea tke Mi>croi 
ssjr time for study te' tftie Untte^i 


SWites say. tl»t|etstflr«li he is Uih^fl>V "**'t*»^ "^ «K»id«uU 

ty aptlsUc. [ - ; I wkat f»«i^i!i»y i»,^ u»ite,,,aM i»;«i» 


(to not «BsMe Opaieresa vt tbe s«T«ral 
Statfea to defeat or thwart prohthi- 
^Uw^^t «^ to enlarce it br appriK 
')riat«4aMau. ■■,-'"■ 

-A 6*TeMor oT esIiiMBia. vbj kis 
official; aets or other .<rf$«> can have 
no pa«t in icoTtdttt <v rpfesioc to 
Vovide B«iM., « :n'es aiid uftr. Mr. 
vVooLvtae's eftpoofiai '<^ tkis issue, 
tb«r«!for<»^ is not ia b«liaK'!of thoae 
who max. boaestiy desire a r«tani ht 
light vtaear'ajid b«er. but is coiaeia- 
sire «■ ^mi|lwtrat!iig, bis , RoUtied 
ptracy.' , :.- ■• : --r^ 
._ "5<ICnTSHIRT. DEFIAXiiap' 

"His present cam paigB of theatrieat 
attacks upoo the Ka Kiux KlaB,-a 
niglOsbirt' onranisaCion whose activ- 
ities are not- taken seriously, show 
him in as eren more imioble liKkt 
than fefs wsated efforts in ether di- 
rections. This tearless defiance of 
the sheeted order does act cMnpare 
favorably with Us incooipetent. in- 
different and upatbetic saperrision .of 
the prosecution Qf the alleged mem- 
bers of the Kian on" trial in a recent 
ease in bis jorisiliction. ' ' 

■•.llr. Woolwin*. even if unfitted for 
the office, caaooc be censored tor 
Hpekinir electioa ,as Governor of Cxl^ 
iforuia as a Iksmocrat. It is 4niy 
wben lie ilWvoteH his eniTKies to pro- 
innlKatiOK taXatt aad vicious and pu- 
erile doctrines to. attain that higb 
ofBie that |ie bocomen a mciiaee to 
saoti Koveroment aad a. ' da&serous 
ilemoeogiie. 

OP^ICIAlI RECORD 

"Mr. Woolwine luis never stress ^^^ coSuJslnVIbe'p^rsiin's iTodw^ I »"*«•«• ^'" ***— ' *" r»«« to ^ 
lully re^jted and has never f^f^Pi (^ Ci,^\i^ a7eye.*.p.„Ir wl«o» the race if oaiy th.y wa«« "buy 
an .nverfiagatloo <»f official pl^rK** «* btick a» *3lv» wMtei as Angeles •*-'•• '"^ »*«> BUck Star Lin* ana .up- 


>' Ay VtfllL'wflMiatow! 



Number 38. 


PexSaps' for the «r*t' Ume in lAa't?5»*P««*^»*'«*'ff'5"P«*»»r fc«»« tb«ii-«i 
Anselea where Vite so many meqiff g^j " *y, '.^*a S«»et. TW pr H s sii 
hers of 11 coMpany of aatArtainera n^* ■'«'«o'e™««*«'"\»fc* line was "aiapvcx 
paaretf at one liwewaa this quality ;5~*^' WW.W)." be aai^ and 
of the Wea«erB>Je«r» so clearly dcni- 1 ™^ WERE NO ASSETS. Qu, 

onstrated. < * ^ f;tt*oed a» to WiMtke ktere were 

comedj, 


__ . Miy 

■••Cainckkrs"' i^ a eio*B .cut comedy. -«^^ i»J«™e«*U ouUUading agaioM 
but ia some ini^nceo is true tl>'Ufe;< !?• B»«=k Star Line, a^d-to name tkem. 
not however ins a s«ase that medar ^"^^ anaweraJ tka<\ "there are >• 
ridicule, but if taken seriously wooU ^y ' canaol nana tke^a. Then aire 
eaase the groag to turn the search- {''"•■*•■'" 'fr'"" '^ crew, aggragatiag 
light of ipvestiitlon Jtb. some of o«* ?»'«'*» *40,ft00. That m. "J, am giving 


'I 


bnsinMH transa^ioBS. J you wfcat 1 can rememl>er.\ We kav*. 

However, tt'iriinv frtMn this moru | •***'»' wage caaea aggrega^g aJaout 
sericOa s><le uf oar ; m«ch loved i *20,060. Alao the Green FUver Oia- 
"f'hBCkles." anf discussing its mer- 1 •'^•"« Company libel (or $^.000." 
its as- comp»%<( «4tb souie billboard- • 'I* '"'^ the i^urt that the Uik IumI 
•d an high ebini enmHty pro.lm:tio»s | »"«>»^ ♦5«0 in the iwnjt. but that tbi« 

■^ • witboat Tear of contradlc- 1 ''^ '*•*" a"»«*e^ ^y one «'f\hM 


About tkree yaATs ago jthe dttlc 
iK^rro R<'paUic cm th<> Wes^ coast of 
Ufrica. asked the sor^rimetit of the 
nited St^ea for a taa* ofisve mil- 
b datlan. The- pre^d^t of the 
pdbbtic^ wUck by the wa{y.,ai«aan 
^he •""Country ol the f ree.'-l 'aa^ his 
ijrcvoyfl left the dignity of tlajir oScks: 
ijc Monrovia, and came lot Oi hand to 
tkel portals of Uncle Sams domalB. 
bowed end !«;ra|ked; salaanied and 
kowtowed, and other undignilied 


things only to bo tunied d<>wn. ha- 1 *•>" hoast of 


they tinie to their id«a]a? "We 
'CBia« ta ask. Do we? U we wiU l 
ak onifiaded look of intrOispectla*: 
will be sees that we fan far 
j the estimation that we give oorseHeg 

We preach religions id<>als: iaeala 
which we have copied from tka 
•PttTions rhristianitr ^spooaod br 
hy»at7itea. and fail to lire ■» to tto 
teacbini? of Him who advocate*^ 
the "brotberboad of maal" "We 
have sacriliced oer ideals to caatoa, 
aad we nTf « tiling that the ideal aar 
»fth--r, piae and die, if Its Hfe 4e- 
|k«iMfci on our tears an«J our energy 
to coasecrate and hallow it. 

\V'o«*l tbet we were as true to 
our reliiiioiis iiienf as the Moslem. We 
aiay ttrn it PftariHiacle if we wfB, 
but the fact rrnialn.t, that the Chiiat- 
ias religion, as ^xamplylied by 


of 


aWated, and made the- butt 

ciile_ 

They tied so many riders to Its 

tail that the body cojiid tiot l>e recog- 
laizieri. TTbat doek ft mega when the 
rgOTe^ment of the Cnitaid States, to 

wliom iive million dollara is a mere. 

baKatelle. cavils over the loian? .R 

■nt'auii that Uie whole goverDm'>tit-{a 


™"'|uck!ns. 


cf 


itM inlhience on 

i\-flization 


the 


is woefully 


POLITICS 


f: 


*«i say _. ^^-, , 

tion that U is Use of the host w© I c»edi|o«». 

here- .bK«a priv&gtrd to ser- In Los ' bJ**" enJetb the bubble 

.\n«eles. ' f i "Wach Star- Une,'^ and the n 

Tblrty-6*e gafcr coatomed < harac I »k*"«» . *'»»« Mareu* Carvey, 


of tb« 

irveton^ 
KU-an^ 


f^'^rR. WCHAWWON ISMflHer' • enforced bv th« ». 


I^chahmon |si*iOrt?y 


the utmost geriouAness concerning his 
; administration of the ofllce of I>ts- 
t trict JUtomey of I>os .Angeles County. 
[ "The.*e charpei invtdve. specific 
instances of gross inefficieacy, de- 
tailed accounts of flagraat eztrava- 
gancd and of a deplorable waste of 
public fiinda: 

"If ;ose-hlaf of the charges as oS- 
cially ~made are true, or if the condi- 
tions as officially set forth fag the re- 
cords of the couaty grand Jury on 
aie in, the office oif the Cooaty Civa 
Service CommissiaB and Ote alllce at 
Mte County .AntStor even sp##oxiiaat« 
the sitaatidn obtaining ia Us oflfcce, 
Mr. Wool wine not 'only weaU eMteft; 
ger the pr(>sperity land proKreas aixl 
Trelfare of CalifotBia if elected Gov- 
ernor, but ia oow .InMtaK a teaser of- 
fice whiQb be & hist administering in 
the interests of the people.. . - 

-And. while: Mr. WooHriae^- vrith 
dramatic : fervor and seK-|aailation, 
pursaea his aelflA political M^on 
in tbis siate. .anfartiiaates 4|arged 
withering He in Mil. awattaig bis 
pleasore. and prnyfOK for hto early ' 
return ta his official tatiea in the 
hope that their trtais vcy be beta 
and their gnSf or 


la.'it .Mboday hig^t ff.r it was not gen-'P*^ *^ Uniwar«al ^4egra InprovemeM 

eraiiy Irriowfciliat fbert; »»rr- eelte • '^^*f"^'?'*"-" 

:)Ojbany in idliT%idst' who could for! ■"' "*• meantune, tbc Federal case 

tfce veiy ftwrtdiie appear on a stage ' *«"^™* **""•>' l»«>*™»« «»"t of tbe, If the, Ubtrian sovprnraent 

socb a« Pbittatteonic h^s with such ^ "P«>«»«* *»» t*"* "Cruaader Magaane" [ really ta Become a repres<sitaUTe 

ease and grace jtnd to tbe rythmatic ' '*"' '^ company bad been advertising ' -Vcgro" gctenuneut and, show -to civ-, 

strains ol srtch'lDasic as that *n>- ' ^'** l?**** P^»'K<: '» a "gbo>t atfeam- ! ili^tion X^ro capability to govern. 

daeed Sjr ibbnat Anderson and ^••''''^ *• "PbyilK. Wbeatley." andUe would advise that the leading 

orcbMtia. . t r**** »wb«eq«ent charges by Federal 


A few more days and tbe age*^ win 
be over: that is for aeiae, beonae af- 
ter that t|e naiiety eC tbe "Pie Hottt- 
erB" will develop 

Tht;re hcs •»-< a no n»w ilf-velo^ 
not worth the toan. or ff it i.s that the j raents, or issu'S in th>^ pa«t w^ek. 
loan will be so din:cte<l ib^t the i iV'-aator, I liram . Johnson, whoae 
Uberian government will ha-.-i? small! «'•"«♦•*>" Is Concede.!, is making a pteg 
':bBj»'<< to maiatain Jt. The <i«Bim&i- i I>artT- Ther.- In one v»-ry IngenloaS 
sifia aippointe^ by thi- government *tU | f"^ the catire ti<!fcet of tbe Bt^pottUcmn 
:v=« U> and dR^te th<- »-xr>endlta«w«.-l »!♦-.« beftiR^ a>ad>- by Uifbardsons a4- 
^It-ibe LIberian frover.eraeBt develops! bernbu. asd tfc^i is. that Johasoa he- 
kaythutg of material valae. oil. ntia- j 't^K prvslieatial timber, it woaid ra- 
tral or agritullaral, tb«-y' will never. «-<^^t iulvenely on his chancea thr 
bf! \abie ta niibarden t|^ fiv.- million '- aomiiAtion weh<> he to tarry tbe 
de»*. and will havw MW '*»*•. penalty Slau^ by an overwhelming maiorfty^ 
lis litve Hafcaii. Cuba, ^illlplnt^a j aad the candidate for goverawr ba 
tnd uiitL s^ : ^ left, at the post 

Wi.she8 


M 


CMIVEY^ 


LKaceViPr 


i ■ 



. -»<ll % i i • Am- 1^ «Mcia*i 


hi» positiott 
'. RlehardsoQ 


When aaked regarding 
on the Ria KInx Klan. M^ 
.aaid: I 

:.L wae raiaed .« Qaafcef. 1^ father 
a member. «r the Society of 
Ids aaA that ia wb» i t^ve the 
><{g««e Priead. ■?»* Qaaban are free 
^Jrom race ))pejn0e* awl religij^m 
i:»™d. J wa^.Afaed tolhmfc with.* 
PUndly aaAJAaral afiMU«ea otbe^ 
ww«eaa A religteaa eoavictioBs. 
» fcul|i|la,l«a«P»artt]^ 4ba CawBin- 
1 JU« UW Uws. I M not beheve 
aay aiatB or set ^ 4en bave tbe 
aatabe enforeem< 
tela tbair own haada. 


Wimua PlM^. tbe author aa 
Henry^-Oaniaa. -aad Richard Coart- 
ney a# AleaaMe^Pytbias. represcat- 
fng fia-n Ba;ffotag Co.. we»e ee- 
prodaMtas' df Ub evty days of WB- 
UaraavJk W^a^oa the legitiamto f ''~-»i.^j; 
stage aaeb a acr«am in bis own rale.?- " -'*=^ 
•so vividly did ifky portray the activ- 1 
itiea of. Tbe BaJHo Sintag Co., ^IM i 
one wIM aw3y*ffeeling that 
rs-alftr ataa a coiiifiaoy at such 
and eWracter. <- 

The atber ehaincters who maAe 
"Chackfes* cbucJ^ were .Malcolm Pat- 
tun Whose stage -manners, and voice 
are alwlya sapeA: Catherine Reese; 
Pent CaldWiU: T. A. Kerfcins: Geo. 
Brousoa: Lottie felds; James Voore; 
Janet Cooper: l|tla Boyd: Alveaa 
and Kern CaMwel; CliBe Adaats; La 
Nelt Emerson: B^i« Klcketts: Joy 
*>rria; Geae Ru! ~ " 


agents that he nsecl (Ike mails to mis- 
rep rq s sn t mad dcfrand, is sccbeduled to 
come to. trial November, b. 1922. 


ttAILY NEGRO 

Qoas 


officials ta ,the Republic worl^ out 
some other, means of financing the 
development problems and sprojfit by 
past history. ., i ■ 


TOIES"! ARE WE 


Tat 


Discnfled 
Faflnre 


tbMre ' Wew' York, Nov. — (Cmsadfr Serv- 
^aaiae j ""^^ ■ T^ "Negvo Daily Tiines." with 
) wbi<|t ' Marcas (^rvey had hoped to 
conibat tbe ri«ng -tide of pubti 


SLowr rtf 

TALENT 


RECOGNIZE 


enforced by the regiOarDy consti- i ^^tl^l '^f SSS^'Ci!^^!^' it^ 
tawaMi M>n««_ mtLt --^ ■ J. «_ • j Woolwuie as Diatxset Aitoraey men 

S^vlrTTwSf'do'tSui^K \^ ^n'to^^LTL^BffiJ 
DOwer to aamrnmi »-— .- - ° - „, have been forgatt^^. by llBslJtetnct 

^e';;'^kL"S?^racTeT^r^t to M;?"**^j^ '^f^:r&'^^ 

my reeoed In office as fn^^Ztl 1 S^^i^'C'n^iifJ^':^^^ 
ham *i«»»<»i mon _o^ _«-.. Tv i_ ftaen bare been >arraoU!u- and tbraani 

mJ[tr^J^ ^ '^'•^■J* ^^^ liKla jjrfcaa and *et« tte^ tor mbaUur 
met^ aa4 base not taken into eoi^nz^ fZTT. ^^ . .*? r^^:'!^ "r^Vr 

■MiiB-fciiiii ^ iaiifi _»u_< _x raail' taaa toraoa.jaoaa. ..gattty or.jn-. 

ri^*S ^ reMgiowi view, «^ \ ,,,,^,,^^%tt,„^MlS%iiaie^ i^ad} 

-" ^^' . .ji^^ »_ ...____ _. .^ ..^ i calloaB attitude iewaitl tbeir.^r^hta. 
matW^aL^fl^^jSTSTi^^- ^. POOR IGNOUBO;' 

tbe "^ ^^ nnit awir nfhnr jJ T^ rTTi-" ' *'""'""*^ °°* *''* wealthy, ; Who can 

Lets gat back t* «te real aad only 
issue bi tfaia;caaijaiga ticoaeotv aa4 




whoee csdmea attK;uM«d tbaiS»J»c at 
I teattoa and coold,^' tbere{<»w..jl^ ex- 
fpieaatioe. satisfy bis ,crarl8S'{ar the 
limelight. 

"The candida«V «C. lA^WaalViae, 
aaide from i iiTllliJI 'fl(aa(M|r>il!ia"jl^^ ; 
serves the nii|ib'wi3lbiii "la »y#| 
member of tbe T'>iii|l lifii'ii ttep^ 
Hean League of £>aa Awelea eoaBtr^ 
of every bqral BepaHicaB of Call-' 
fomia, aad ao leaa of every cood att- 
Izen who baa,at betft tbe weltare af 
this great 9tate. 

"Friead W.- Biebaidaoa is tbe aom- 
taee of tbe Hepa bH eaa party.. He 
typiAes aB,a( Itoae 'attiibirtaa aad 
high prlB«fpiM tar vUcb the R^^ab- 
Uean pantr ataada. He wiH be 
«ext Qo ae raar. .Let as give biv tbe 
are^eat aK^ferUy in tbe biatory of 
this RepaNIcaA SUte.aC CaBforaia. 

(ataie*>r-;* 

**I^A.A. S^eNART. PreaUeaL 

•%OV^i. CANBPA. 

"CHAlOnKO FOLUETTE. 4<; 

"A RTHCH W., KEWNjP Y. 

"jogsm MAHcMKrTL 
-\fM.tmt, J. unus. 
-xiN wiLUA^iii vvaat.- 




ilHmjkui.m4k« Tooag Mea'a 
ot Le> Aageles 

apt la being made^infUa 

* ' dov^KXhe 'strei«tb 

" o< tbe 

Tbe 

vltWa tbJ» 



Walker: 8p«|e L^; Helen Boyd 
Charlotte Strange: 1-1,^1* Johnson - 
Eula Doadfs: ami Daaylas: Her 
Bian Higga^ eech ot'.whomVas g star 
in his or ber role. ;■' 

Some of the' character. wbv stood 
out ia their rolla wyre< IVitPCaldweU. 
who is bi tire Hary^ PleUard class as 
to cbild-Uhe daiatiil^a: l^tie Bolds 
*bo^ ia action iltomlatsrt to fbiish.' A 
PioUds whoae aaW as tbe bigfc class 
geaflemaa or Itte iM^etkaloA was veil 
•kSa aad- La- Nejf Pfersoa afeoee 
4»iaP intecpaaiatbat tf the setbeen- 
tary l«-year oUer,-<anas perfeict^ -• 
:*Mr. PieeNa, Ut^I^wkiaa. Mrt Saa- 
fbrff, an<r »H wbo^'beiped tio make 
"Cbacklea" attolMa «aa^e- tbe 
biilfceat ptabHi^a«^ba«Bd^iafetv« ««,■ 
-«<X eneomnHMeat i»-lRafr aiort «|^ hkn^-aawadl 
;u«»atop.fti^,»atef tblea^^ -^ " " " 
t*aBp.' ' * ■ ■ \. ■ - , ,^- ' 

«cnui ia tMweity aai>8^i|!|ke''toa 

of bte»;'«rty..a;''- .«Mh %»Qb 


ment agninat bi^ for bis alleged deal 
with ibe-ICu Klax Klan, and wbicb was 
laoncbad with a flourish of tnuapets 
awL' n bat-air btaiat a«unst, bis 
"e aemirs ." baa failed to wnke iu ap- 
pearance fay tbe poiK week. An- 
n n n nr sa ian t was asnde at tbe otfiees 
of tb« Univezsal Why « t Imnrovea^ent 
Sb West 135 Street. ~ 

- . . I w ik JJL.I f i-ii 

penoeo. < 


iBTeat- 


Carvey's daily badC. a brief and 
stormy career, twenty-six isspss hav- 
ing jieew pnbGsbecL PnbbcabMt of tbe 
first- iasnc took Carvey aad lus.aialf 
siiBji ^t liii g like three wecksi ««ea after 
the plaat faad^1>eca twHaftd. Wbat 
Carrey win do willr tbe glsiit. wbidk 
is a wbbe iiligliatir an bft'baad, is 
p r o bfe in atteal. -Sbonld be decide te 
dnipase of it. -Se wmdd be aaehls to 
reiie oac-fonrdkf -ill tbe price paid for 
it. ' A petiiliai ftatmrr-pf tbe tsijiiin-r a""^' 
■isAai amrt of tbU pUnt is that ibeU"*it de«ei 
"xNc^w^ World." Carveys weddy ^Q'T "^W »* 
p r b j ieaaai i s ' ovgaai, is still baing 
prshtad J s wtiwi t ia spite o{ tha isc^ 
tbat'.GaMay'a piaot ^ apJ snb uJy baa 
■acnmas lor 



I>'b>^>i8e waridja-waOijl 
Aaseies wbeta Wiatarr^' 
«»e braia anaiM%^ 1 
dereh>pm4»t aC 

fiatber tn^Wllaii -ffi iiMliiW-,1Jbt. *n^ 
tbto would 'ii*:a^S<a*l»'' as- 
cent for wbbMt jfra a l #l» ^lal||i aa ta 
g»»eci«te JWlaa abBity ^Maar ti|^ 
Hbe for tba)glaitt»lbat it^«at»^ 
aad trne ta^mi^ 


\\\ 


awa plaat, 
be a ibofting piecs of 
on tbe ' paitt. . of ; a nybo d y bat bbrcns 
Gensy. Froa Marcas Car«v dw 
jiablic bas Itataad to expect aqrbtiiHr 


iKidla Bae efUaaiien and 


We remt^mber when Paul LaWrence 
IHiabar tnuiged from^ beese to btraae 
peddling the product t>t Ws bralit. 
FVw. indeed, there w«re 'who would 
pay ht^ed to the tmportftBiCtes of the 
i Po--t to pwrebase the gema wovejU 
fnim his bruin. But ' " 

there #as an awakt-ning, a white mia 
tiad discovered that there waa- farerit 
to those Lyrics of- The Lawlyi'and 
Ortfa with w^e began to fall over one 
aad other to pnrcbase and read his 
book: We acclaimeil bim as fit re- 
presentative of what tbe Race could 
accompHab. pbea. U Paul badl not 
be en ^jtM avety dT b y Jame a Heh^iyh e 

honored and L'nsaitg. 

But for the discoveo' of Frederick 
Houglasa by Wendeit Philips aad the 
aati-slavery agitators, he would bave 
lii^aiained aa exborter bt a Metbbdist 
libaaaii, and his matcbtaaa oratory 
kieen'~lost to the woeML- tTatll tbe 
eiforts of Booker Waibiagtoa were 
recoKBiaed by tlie arlHfe people bis 
verb, was the aigbal for deriaioa 
amoak the Neiraea. W« have at tbc 
preaeat maatdaas n^aiae MJbets 
Writers 
great Ibbics to ctmie. 
Artists whose caavaaaea ptctnre the 
eapabOhiea- bbMea. aad all of tbaae 
will beeome'great aaly tbsaogb pia- 
pet ea taaiag fcateat. Ust^aa aot vrtlt 
aatfl.jnpat mbir faapie dj^cover 
MMti^<»aaa aa) r^liMBH % t»^tke 
Varld bisfiK*^ «» ai»> a nia ea ed. tbat 
let aa diacovar and tbea ctatim 
arity. 

Kaaoaraga awr «a*im; IfaaaM 
tba warM. aad tlwm.«im tbqr 
acMeved graalaeaa btnr wfB' aat] be 

ar ^le iim'Hii *ttii 
tbejr are" Unit IMad>ri 
ytith htd aC 


In a "eat sbell" it vroutd be too had 
o have the State make a repetitioa 
>f iai6. We don't bear Friend Ricb- 
.irdson boosting up the Senator aad 
.ve doubt if there wooid be any tears 
bed If it were possibto to defeat tbe 
lough ty fighter from (Jreea street. 

Senator Sam Shortridge. the stcfrt- 
Ing Republican, and tbe man most 
-poken of lor national honors at the 
»eat of govemmenl. is giving his ela- 
"jnence to the cause of the party. 

Woolwine is making a wbirlwfad 
finish to Ms cnmpaiga. aad aJao mak- 
ing thoesands ■ pf coaverts to bis 
r'amse. 

L'.n in Oregon they are also ha viae 
1 liKbt with the -PtUoveaae" gaSf. 
That tittle bitadle of racial actllCy. 
mqmiii|jii^'^ i^ O. Caaaaday. Attorney at latr. 
' is as umial out in Ae fore-raAa at 
the tight. If Ben OlcoU is elected 
Coveraor of Oregoa be will have to 
Sive treilit to tbe Sgbting Mttle wo- 
man who has btoatdtt her legal train- 
lag and !<plendid personality to bear 
ia his .behalf. 

The tl^tce . K's. are having a little 
trouble of tbebr own. Tp ia tbe, 
T!a|«aT. TbMJ i ai aa a l aw -a ««ar iK tbaai - 
are in th^ tojfs of the law., accnaed of 
embezzleaient. Oh well, yoa baaw 
the old adage, "when tbeives fall oat. 
"etc. The closeness as well ' aa tba 
lnt?nsity of tbe campaign ia brodOt 
to miad wbea one retnraa bona af- 
ter coaalac ia eonCact vrltb a fc>w at 
the office bmiting species. Tear Rag- 
ers ache, nad .sbanlder* biata from tim 
hearty greetiags oae taeeirea. 'thte 
oae coasotetion is. tb^ after tbe «tb 
of :«OTember yon can meet the aaW 
X^fZ 1 feUirwS on the same side of tba atteet 
and whether they are ibifeaiaif' ar 
elected yoa wH! be safe freaa tbetr 
greetiagB.- aU tbat yaa win tceetva 
win be a stoaey'litare. SEXJ^H. 



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Starr Piano 

630 South Hill St 


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H«arty approTal o{ CtMrter Amand- 
ment 8tA, which prorMee- important 
changes In the preMBt penston .syk' 


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The great and tremendous STARR 
HOUSE with its wonderful and unsur- 
passed STARR SERVICE otters to the 
readers of the Eagle its extensive line of 
Pianos, both Upright* and Grands and its | 
tuneful Player-Pianos at most astonish- 
ingly low prices when the high quality is 
considered. 


tem of the Fire and Pollc*. <l«P«rt- hjghe»t prliiiary vote of the eight 



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Every Starr Piano carries with it our 
bona-fide rock-ribbed guarantee of quality, workman- 
ship, fine service and honest pricesi Our treatment to 
All of our thousands of customers is always the same — 
efficient, courteous, considerate ,and straightforward. 
We treat all alike and have no favorites. 

We know that your 
child is gifted by nature, 
iby feeling and by tradi- 
I tion to strike out for mu- 
sical excelleirce and that 
the attainment of musical 
knowledge will keep your 
ki child from the street, 
j away from undesirable 
^=j company, will refine its 
'' mind and place it in a po- 
sition of culture, refinement and good pei^onal as well as 
public usefulness that must lead it to a higher plane of 
life and earning power. 

SAve your child from the street and from ignorance 
by buying a useful STARR PIANO. 

We have some other makes of Pianos in stock, used 
but in fair condition, for less than $250 and $200. 

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Our business Hours are from 
8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

Call and inspect our big and superior stock of Pianos 
now and do not delay a moment, as our new eight-story 
high Starr Piano home is about ta be erected and all of 
our Pianos must be sold at verj' substantially reduced 
figures. — 

P.S. : Whilst visiting our store at 630 SOUTH HILL 
STREET, also inspect our famous Starr Phonographs and 
iiflten to the original sweet-sounding Gennett Records. 


ments, is expressed in a resoiutton * 
ondorsement adopted by the Knights 
of ColiimbuB: An official cour art ttt* 
endorsement was received ye«tetd«3i' 
at the Fire and Police Pension C*»r- 
ter Amendment head<inarters, 217 
Byrne Building. 

hlkf the Fraternal Order of Ea- 
gles and Elks,,, the Kniglits of Col- 
umbus have contributed several 
speakers to aid in the fire and police 
pension campaign, as .well as ar- 
ranging a number of meetings at 
which the provisions of Amendment 
8~A will be fully explained. 

Among the prominent individuale to 
endorse this important amendment, 
the primary purpose tit which is to 
establish the existing fire and police 
pension sys'tem as a part of the City 
Charter Instead 6f merely by Council 
ordinance, are Louis M. Cole, and 
Sylvester L. Weaver, former presi- 
dents of the Chamber of Commerce; 
Mrs. Dora Steams, president of the 
Woman's City Club; Thomas Ince. 
Mack Bennett, Mrs. E. C. Brainard, 
1. Hayes TMce, Louis Burston, Allen 
Shore. John D.. Fredericks, Henry W. 
Louis, Fred L. Baker, Irving H.. Hell- 
man. Rex W. Laws. Fairfax Coaby, 
Dana R. Weller,,W. D. Howard, John. 
S. Horn, secretary of the Central La- 
bor Council; Seth Brown, Assembly- 
man Frederick M. Roberts, Michael 
Oore, Sid Orauman, Rev. J. Whltoomb 
Brougher, S. A. DeCoo, Dudley S. 
Valentine, Assemblyman Joseph Pe- 
drotti. Twenty-four civic; commer- 
cial, church and fraternal organiza- 
tions have endorsed the measure. 


EVCIOTT CR/MG FOR SUPERIOR 
CPURT 
Blliott Craig. \who received the 


candidates for Judge of the 8up€nrfor 
Court, is m^kiin an Mtive campaign 
in preparation for the election on 
November seventh. \ 

He has been extremely gratified 
over the number of promlhept people 
who have Interested thero'sellveB in 
his campaign, and whwo are working 
In his behalf to secure his el^lon. 

He is endorsed by the ynited 
•Church Brotherhoods. The \War 
Veterans League, The Public Wellare 
League,, the Brotherhood of Locortio- 
tlve Firemen and Engineers, Thf 
Apartment lionse Owners Association^ 
the Associated Veterans of all Amer- 
ican Wars, The Young Men's Repub- 
Ucan League. The Youn^ Voter's Re- 
pilbllcan League, the American Pa- 
triotic Leagrie, The Republican Pro- 
tective League, the California Ctti- 
zfen's Civic League, and numerous 
other civic organizations as well as 
many prominent indlvidualK actively 
Interested in ^ivic and political af- 
fairs. 

His election st^enis assured from 
his strong showing at the primary 
election, and from the active support 
being given him by civic bodies and 
influential citisens. 


M*#e«i»0«liNW«OMlMiW 


SMITH & WILL4A««$ CO. ok. 

'^Ti-Commission fniiieral iJirectws and fmbatmm ' 


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That is why a Compl«fte funeral i for $75: Oth«r fun^raU in proportion. The 
' fi ' Best without eztravagence. 


Lady Attondant for Women 
aadChUdren 


PHONE PICO 175 
131 ICENTRAL AVE. 


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high 


est tribunal. Is it not futUe 


Through a sarles of neighborhood 
meetings, arranged ■ by his many 
friends. Township Justice Howard R. 
Hinshaw. who, after serving two 
terms, is a candidate for re-election, 
is acquainting voters with the details 
of thtf various amendrnjents which 
will appear on the ballot next month. 
Justice Hinshaw has made a special 
study of these and 'his efforts to en- 
lighten the voters are highly appre- 
ciated by those who have not the time 
to otherwise familiarize themselves 
with the proposed statutes. 

Two , amendments to which Justice 
Hinshaw has given much work are 
thoce pertaining to 8-A. which pro- 
vides pensions for firemen and po- 
licemen and the state amendntent 
known as the "Soldier' Land . and 
Home ACL" For his work in bctelC 
of the former, he has been Utet«l)f 
complimented by the members of th* 
fle and police departments; AitltDoel^ 
not seeking any reward for his work 
in behalf of the act to assist veterans, 
he has, nevertheless, won their sup- 
port. This is -attested I>y thejlndorse- 
ment just given Jnitice hinshaw by 
the Associated Veterans of ail Amer- 
ican Wars. 

A big cro«'d. heard Justice Hinsliaw 
discuss the amendments when, he 
spoke Sunday afternoon at the barbe- 
cue given by the Church of the Na- 
tivity, 56th and Vermont 


I m>tm DONTi! 

CUT YOUR HAIR 

Use a Crede Fe)l|a[p^ Bob Made of | 
Natrai Curly Hw | 

Creole Preparations for Hair and Complex- *i 
ion positively gives results. Climax (Hair Straightener ^ 
ior men; Pressing - Combs and To«« always in stock. & 

CMtanes for Mask Mi& and Parties for Rent | 

^^; Visit the | 

Largest Benty Cofare Academy | 

On The Pacific Coast | 

MRS. ROSA L. SAMPtSON-MORRIS, Preslg 
MRS. BQYDT. CARTER, Vice-Pres. 
I . * : . Miss THEO. JONES, Secy. 

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PIkhim: 11295. Re«: So. 6937- J 

Lpi Angeles, California | 


With only a short time remaining 
I until the' election, the Hinshaw Cani- 
paign Committee, which has its bead- 
quarters in the Hollingsworth Build- 
ing. Sixth and Spring Streets, is in- 
creasing its activities. The Campaign 
is being directed by Attorney Edmund 
B. Hinshaw, father of the candidat<::. 
wlio served four terms ' as . a Co'u- 
gressman from ^^ebraeka. . 

Ira h". Thompson, candidate for 
Superior Judge, has gained scotes of 
supporters during the past several 
days because of his expressed in- 
tention. If elected, to make every ef- 
fort to speed up the action of the 
courts and reraedy the delays that 
are now seriously hampering the dis- 
pensation of justice in Los Angeles 
County. 

Mr. Thompson believes that the ac- 
cused shoul^be given a speedy trial 
and convicteB or released as soon as 
possible, inimsy excuses tor tlie de- 
lay of trials should he disregarded, 
he believes, and all cases tried with 
the utmost speed except, of course, 
in very rare cases where it is im- 
possible to secure niaferial witnesses 
I or evidence. 

I Scores of prominent lawyers, 
i whtme cases drag slowly thrdngh the 
courts and whose clients are either 
held in jail or their property tied up 
pending 'settlement, are supporting 
Thompson's stand and strongly en- 
dorsing his candidacy because bt it. 
, Mr. Thompson also believes that 
the delays of law are lessening the 
I public's respect for law uud that this 
i respect will not be fully restored un- 
I 111 all unnecessary delays are done 
away with. 



Jujige Thomas C- Toland, candidate 
for Judge of the Superior Court of 
I.1OS Angeles County, has been en!» 
dorficd by the County Bar Association 
is bnckcd by the Fedel-ated State So- 
cieties, itbe <7ivlc League and a num- 
ber of other prominent organizatloos. 
He has the endorsement of thousands 


ENDORSE ELLIOTT CRAIG FOR 
JUDG7 SUPERIOR COURT 

The other metubers., and the ad- 
ministrative officers of the Ix)s An- 
geles Board of Education, have per- 
sonally endorsed the candidacy of 
Blllott Craig tor Judge of the Super- 
ior Court.. It is not the policy of the 
Board, as an organisation, to take 
any interest ' in political affairs. 
This attitude extends to nonpartisan 
matters and judicial dflicers. The 
respective members recognize, how- 
ever, that -Mr. Craig's KCrvices on 
school board matters have been 
rendered at a sacrifice to his per- 
sonal interests, and their individudal 
endorsemint is given as a tribute to 
his faithfulness iu the discharge of 
school work. 

The endorsenivnl reads as follows: 

"We are supporting Elliot Craig tor 
Judge of the Superior Court because 
we know, from our cloSe association 
with him. that he is well qualified for 
the po&i,tlon and Js deserving of 
unanimous support." 

M. C BETTIN'GEH. 

MRS. JURY G. MILLSK^LGU. 

aVIN J. MUMA. 

eOBEBT A. ODliLL 

CHARLES E. SEAMOX. 

M. JESSIE YORK. 

MRS. SllSAN M, DORSEY. ^ 

J. B. MO.VLVX. 

ARTHl'R GOri^D. 

HARRY M. SHATFER. 

hh;lkn' d. watso.n. 
robert m. lane. 

DR. K. J. LlCKi>:Y. 
■ \VILLIA.M A. SHELDON. 
W. A. RECORD. 
CHAS.. F. LYON. 
BRUCE A. FINDLEY. 

Elliot Craig who is a candidate for 
the office of Judge of the Superior 
Court, entered the race with a large 
number of endorsements which a|peak 
well of his record as a public servant 
and his fitness for the office he seeks. 
His., many friends are gratified oyer 
his splendid «bowjnK at Uie primaries 
heW on August i9'th. when lie. ran a 
strong third in a field of thirteen Can- 
didates, to such seasoned canipaign- 
ers as Judge JSummertleld and Judge 
Wbod, who were elected at the pri- 
mat^ies. Mr. Craig amassed a lead of 
several thousand votes over his near- 
est opponent for judicial, honors, and 
now stands as a candidate receiving 
the highest vote in the primaries of 
the eight aspirants who are to be 
voted on for the tour positions to be 
ailed in the November election. 

Mr. Craig is in' his thirty-sixth 
year of residence in Southcru Cali- 
fornia and tor, many years past, has 
been practicing laV in the city of 
Los Angeles whefe he has made an 
enviable record as an attorney of un- 
questioned character .and proven »- 
bility. 

The campaign lieadquarters at 1215 
iMarsh-Strong Building, is a busy 
place these days as his .many friends 
are actively supporting him and work- 
ing for his election. His record as a 
member of the Board of Education of 
which body he is now in his second 
year as Chairman of the F'inance 
Committee, has won for him ^the sUp- 
-port of his associates in tl'at body, 
and .the respect (and confidence of the 
public. His eleiitidn seems assured 
from the active support given him by 
the many organizations which have 
endorsed bis candidacy, and Uio num- 
ber of prominent people who have 
personally interest^ themselves in 
his campaign, who wilj. no doubt, ma-' 
teriaily assist in bringing out a large 
vote in his behalf. 


to put a^jiew, man. evei| with a past 
standing, \n the place of a satisfac- 
tory incuinbent just nicely working 
into his position, when the new man, 
or' proposed V substitute's ability on 
such a high coiirt is yet to be tried?" 
Justice Shurtleft is directly con- 
nected with the Interests of Southern 
California throughXhis marriage with 
Miss Adda West, daughter of Captain 
. West, of Santa Ana\ and today has 
thrown over all election activities 
owing to his daily attendance on the 
Supreme Bench, which Us in session 
in Los Angeles. \ ' 

Justice Shurtleff has the unquali- 
fiod endorsement of both outgoing 
and In-conitng Chief Justices. Chief 
Justice Lueian Shaw, considered one 
of the greatest jurists In the State, 
has Issued the following testimonial: 
"In the present campaign there Nare 
two candidates whom it is very im- 
portant to the people of the State te 
have retained in office. 1 refer to\ 
Hon. William A. Sloane and Hon 
Charles A. Shurtleff, at present Jus- 
tices of the Supreme Court, and who 
are candidates for re-election. ' I have 
served with both of them while they 
have filled the office.s which they now 
hold, and have, had .occasion to ob- 
serve the work they have done. .They 
have been conscientious and faithful 
in the discharge of their duties, and 
they have brought to the performance 
thereof much ability and learning. 
Speaking from my experience with 
them I desire to say that they caunot 
well !>• spared, that their return is 
almost a necessity, and I see no rea- 
.son why any voter should favor any 
change In the personnel of the court 
at this time.. " 

The Asspciated Sunday schools, 
other religious bod|es.. .civic assft- 
ciatiuus antf hundreds, of attome)r« 
havH endori^^eil JusOte Shurtleff. 


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—Vote For aud ElMst— 

^ames Hosic 

FC« JUSTICE OF PEACEI 
(Police Judve) ,[■-■ 
Los Angeles City 

Indorsed by Church Brother- 
hood and other strong organiz- 
ations. Stands for square deal 
for alli 





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George E. Glova^ 


^lUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
Los Angeles Toi^rnibip 

HELP ELECT HIM 


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ing to ■!.. W. Andrews ot the Toland 
fprJndge Commtttee, yeoman service. 
Dnrtng tlte period that he hns be«ii 
lu^ge. attonieys and business men 
decdare rtlmt be liaa prealded with 
e^est eftelescjr and courtesf. Some 
>r tU» tJHRMt ttttif^ttt cases on the 
liiiiidket'ttiye 'been bandied by JiMtte 


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CONNER-JOHNSON Kl^NERALS . 

Hays W. Oshorn. beloved soii <^ 
.Mrs. Amanda Dixon, died Oct. 25] an^- 
was buried Oct. 3oth from hisjlatft 
residence 2177 E. 9th street. Ihter»- 
ment at Evergreen. Pullman Porters 
Benevolent Association had charge.' 

Pier Robbins who died ut the hos- 
pital Friday Oct. 27th was buried 
from the chapel OcL 31. at 10 a. m. 
Interment Evergreen. Rev. Beanc 
officiating. 


FOR RENT: Fpflrroom apartment, 
modern iniprovehients. $27.50 per 
nionlh. .Also 1 five rcwm house, mo- 
defh iniprovementsi, $35.ub. 7uontli. 
These i)lace8 are located naar the 
yellow and red car lines. Phone 
Owner- 2it2-9ni. 

' These hou.ses are in excellent con- 
dition. Persons with incorrigible 
children, need not apply. 


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■ \ 'iil—iRE-ELECT— 4it 

Howard R. Hmshaw 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
Lbs Angeles Township . 

— For 

''Faji^ Treatment and a Square 
beaKfor All."* 



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E. E. MItftkln. the well Known at- 
torney of L<?6 AniiWles. foars for ,the 
effictency of. any State office when kny 
RtteBipt -tB made to drastically change 
ot his trtends who are dplng, accord- 1 the personnel when the man on khe 


job have been tested and found per- 
fectly aatistvctory. * Therefore be is 
serioBsly ursing Southern Califom- 
ians to retain Associate Jtistiee Of 
the Supreme Court Charles A.. Shurt- 
leff on the high .bekih tot which be 
is «o well <iualifla<i to Ml. 
R, E, Wales, representlns the 


ToUuod abd tboae wbo bare wneni ta ghtutlaV infetfiiwtrt^ for Southern 

..^._^. .1^^ . -^ Oritfttrtrfa 1«W »«»Btly. btfore ji 

«nM9 ot dUtlniniMWl lurbita; "Of Ae 
■mpnmi Xiourt. .Mite BbnrtMr t« sa 
looinulwBt, Tea— -fdt' one year, tiie 
y^ar that a Di»w Jtistiob reqntros to 
ad^st hlmselt toithe exaotlaiiB of 


FRESNO; NEWS 
Miss Elizabeth Davis 

Errol Jones, senior of I', of C. 
stopped over Tuesday, wliilo on his 
way back to resume 'his law studios, 
after attending the Bear-Trojan loot 
ball game at Pasadetia. 

Deacon Berry's Hallowee.; party ' 

was a ho\^liiig success. 

The W. n. & P. Missionary Society ! 
met Monday night at the home ot j 
M.iss H^zel Jones. Many good things | 
to eat were sold. -I 

There was a Mass Meeting held 
Monday night at the Zion M. K. 
Church in interest of the coming e- 
lection. 

The N. A. A. C. P. will meet Thurs- 
day night at the Zion Church. 

The Junior Choir ot the Second 
Baptist Chiirch is called to practise 
Friday night at 7:00 o'clock. 

The Junior B. Y. P. U. Choir is 
asked to be at practice Thursday 
night promptly. 

The-s; B. C. 6. S. will begii their 
weekly praetic'es in the near future. 

The, Young Girls Improyemtsnt 
Club will Dteet at the home of Miss 
Elsie Cannon Thur.sday afternoon. 
All members are asked to be present. 
"The services of the Second Bap- 
tist Church were very Interesting and 
helpful Sunday. Wr are glad to note 
that the flower cunntiiltee bad been 
at work. .' 

Mrs. Minnie Howard arrived home 
last week after a five mobths visit to 
,ber relatives home In Laurel, Mlas. 

Mrs. -Minnie tiopez arrived home 
this week after a mhch extended 
ti*ip through the middle western part 
of the country. , 

The Hallow«t6n ent{ertalnment 
given by Bethel church was. a great 
Buoeess. ■ . '• 

Mr«: N. Baker of Memi^hig, TeilDi 
d^hter of Mrs. Pt«eman,{ Is a vtatt- 
or of eur city for an indefinite period. 

Mrs; Bteeman Is conyalesoeat la 
the w}ieei«r flaaltarlum., { 


i . - RE-ELECT ' '\ 

Edward Judson Browii 

' ' (Incumbent) 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

Iwdorsed by the Bar Association; 
8 Years of able, conscientious and effici 
ser\-ice for the Peopjle. 

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, RE-ELECT 

Fiiank S. |iMl»es 

JUStibfi OF t&rpEACE 
Los Anceles Towmriup 

He has held this position for /.the paet 
twelve yeara 

Indorsed by the Municipal League, the 
Anti-Saloo4 I<e?igue. the United Church 
KrotherhOojd, and the Young Men's Re- 
publican League. 


'^ YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE WILL BE APPRE- 1 



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ml T. Keiiidiicky Jr 


CaadidBtolFor- 


JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT 
W«rU War CuiAidU* For Xy* <Miiee 
H«iri«ia««lw«s aOlB Vaa MtmBldg-; Pimmi 

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1014 CENTRAL AVENUE 


A« dM Fan Season approache'Fot tbe bnwflt of tbHr casto- 
KV!. the l^AeHORS are locAias <»>< '9r Toa. RnKmbPr oar'mMtoT 
"Tiie BMt or Nothtec for our Trade; CMMcoas Trratment.'* 
Doa't fons^t the old ReiiaMe. 

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Visit Oar Meat Departancat ' '^ ~ 

S. M.BASHOR 


1014 CENTRAL AVE, 


LOS ANGELES. CAL. 



SANTA BAMARA NEWS^. 
. ' Lkst SablMtth's s arf l c e* win tples- 
«lid. The Sabtatb Sekooi iraa> lepre- 
seated in a oomm^rfaMft noaber aad 
» BiriendM Aodtence enie to th« der- 
ea o'cloA<«efTlee. At lit. Ottv* Bap- 
tist CkmA. the pastor, Rer. H. B. 


The chnrcli also elMt«d tke CdOAw- 
iBK as delesatea to the Bfatriet or^ 
gaaixation of the Western Baptist As- 
soctation to eoaTsae at Park Are. 
Baptist Chnrcli. Not. 3d; IkiTe Stnkas. 
Tkoe. Bryant. T. WilUas. M. J. 
Thomas. Mrs. P. Edwards aod K. C 


Thomaa, preached tram the' t«^ Ps.- 4fara and Rev. ^v W. Cooper will bead 

the deieKStioB. 

The first froat of the approaAias 
winter was visible )|oBday, Oct. 30th. 

There seems t^ be a f«w of oar Loa 
ABfeles crai9 Who Wre decided to 
swallow Mr. T. L. WMwine. Wen. 
ao one win object, go tff it bora, 

Rer. Mr. E. J. McCorl^. aewlr ap- 
pointed pastor of the A. M. E. Chon^ 
is marshalling his forces ^or & sue: 
cessful year's work. 

MaenoU^ Lodge. (470 will m««t fat 
regular boainess sessimi "^oiiiMj 
night. " ■ ' 

We learn that Mr. Homer Mn^ Is 
carrying on a barber bosinesa -in 
Blythe. »We wish him soceess. \ 

Mr. AJithor WlUiams has taken ii 
position with liis (atti^r^in-Iaw. Mx. 
S. B. Culpepper, who la engaged in th«^ 
fertilizer business. 


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SILVER THISTLE CAFE 

1310 East 9th Street 




IMPORTAMT NOTICE 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE ATTENDING i 

Jomt Pupils' R^tal i 

John A. Gray and &clair White' Mordock 

TUESDAY EVE^ OCT. 24, 1922 
" INDEPENDENT CHtJRCH— IStk and Paloma Sts. 

The music classes of both Mr. Gray and Mrs. Murdock 
are now full and this recital is NOT for the purpose of 
•olicitiatr new pupils but for the benefit of student, par- 
ont and public and for t^e general advancement of music 
fa the eommuiiity. Tidl^ of admiaatoa are FREE. No 
collection will be taken. ' 

It will be necessary that you are seated promptly at 8 : 14 
p. m. in wder to hear the grand opening ensemble. No 
one will be seated during the performance of a number. 


t2:17; aobject: ""no Btenal or a 
I* sting Name." The Jnnior Choir 
rendered excellent mnsic. to appre- 
ciate It would be to hear it 

The itezt of the evening sermon waa 
•^•faihing for the Dar." Acts 27: 3». 
It was wiottderfaUy inspiring as tbo 
pastor told of the fisherman easting 
anchor front the ship; it created 4n 
atmosphere of Christian felToWship 
throughoot the congregation. Rev. T. 
H. Davis who is a visitor in- our city 
tor a few days spohe wtmis' of en- 
cooragement at the beginning- and 
close of the sermon wliich was tlior- 
onghly enjoyed by all; ' he also spoke 
of being renewed in spirit by both the 
sermoni and the songs > furnished by 
tie Senior Chpir and Chorister, Mrs. 
H. B. Thomas. Two young men have 
Joined i;i the past week. There are 
many featnres scheduled for the 
church in t&e^next few weeks that 
will be announced later— one is the 
Hallowe'en party given Tues<ia.y night 
by the Sunday School children. 

The members of St. Paul A. M. E. 
1 Church are much encouraged over 
pa.st results of their pastor Rev. C A. 
Harris and are hopeful for our (ntnre 
prospect^ and plans for another year's 
work of success. Both Junior and Se- 
nior Choirs are doing commendable 
work and each auxiliary is planning 
a number of entertainments extending 
up to and including the/holidays. 

Amonp the new arrivals in oar ctty 
are Hev. K. H. Davis of Watts. CaL. 
who has b«<>n ill for a few months 
pa^t btic is much Improved at pres 
ent. We hope for him a complete re- 
covery before leaving us. Others in- 
clude Mr. Jefferson and family and 
Mr. Floyd Tripp of Atlanta. Georgia. 

We are glad to hear that Mrs. J. 
H. Reeves is much improved at this 
writing. 

Mrs. ,Webster was a visitor in our 
city Jast week and was the boose 
guest of Mrs. Julius Jones, her daugh- 
ter-in-law. She returned to Los An- 
geles where she is in business. 

The many friends of Mrs. C. D. 
Marshall can locate her at 16 Elast 
Montecito ^eet where she has op- 
ened up a first class rooming house 
for the accommodation of our race 
:She is centralUy located and Just one 
block and a half from the station. 

Mrs. Theodora Lee Pumell of 1(00 
Woolsey street Berkeley. Cal.. was a 
visitor in our city last week in the 
interest of the water and power act 
of the State Bond issue of Five Hun- 
dred Million Dollars. She Wsited all 
the places of interest distributing. lit- 
erature containing (acts concerning 
the Bonds. Mrs. Pumell is chairman 
of the Women's Board Committee of 
Oakland, CaL 

In her field of effort we have no 
doubt that she will achieve success. 
Jndging from the straight-forward 
manner in which she presents her 
sobject the Boaitt las the right wo- 
man in the right place. Mrs. Pumell 
Vas guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Hill 
while in the city on Santa Barbara 
St. 


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strict baainess dealias and earef«l 
Bel«ctlon have won for mo the confl- 
denc* of thos« who waat Colored 
help. 


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RIVERSIDE SNAP SHOTS 
By: >ay Hawfcer 

Mrs. Hnft. daughter and aaa, who 
have been on an extended visit to retr 
atives and friends, left last week for 
Chicago, their home. 

We read in ^be papers that the Rev. 
Samuel Davis McConnell an Epiaeo^ 
pallan minister for over fifty years, 
has denied the tatth and says the 
church is a failnre and the «bie ia 
notliing more than a faUe. Wen., 
that does not make it tme. The troth 
has withstood the test of Ages and 
the forces of persecution and still 
lives: and will still go marching down 
the Ages yet to come that too la spite 
of the tact that tbonsaad more infi- 
dels as Hr. S. D. McConnel may de- 
ny the faith. Praise His Holy Bome. 

One of the sure things Woolwine 
win not be the next Governor of Cah- 
foraia. Ainl it the trath? 

Mr. Walter Simpson aod Mr. and 
Mrs. 'Malcehn Key have' taken a fire 
year l«lase on the Mercantile HaU %aA 
bi a short time they propose to open 
a first class cafe. 

Mrt.;F. W. CMper is very sJck. 

The corporations are toraiag CTery 
auce of energy to defeat the Water 
Kad Power Act. WeU and to oar way 
of qiind it ia the very thioK the poor 
man needs. Can't read nnder the 
Uaei? Tote for it is our odrtee. 

Mr. Jose^ Harrison of Oatombas. 
Ohio has decided to east Ua Jat with 
thejCUy BeaottfoL 

Mjiaa Ubeita Qplatrap of Oeargia ia 
a reoeat orrf ml 4ad visitiac Mlaa Et- 
ta B^ar HUl. Bieoe of Mrs. B. B. Oor- 
Itlaa GoMrap ia a very attroe- 
youc lady; aay boys, kere is 
chaoiee. don't let it alQ^ 

Iflr. aad Bfrs. Herbert Bairdea and 
Mrs; R. H. Lester oC'^aitta Aoaa were 
virtora at the kooujot Mia. teater's 
fathi^ Ber. H. H. WBUunaon wko 
woa a gi e e ably aarjflaid at tMr coin- 
iac ieavectaHy aa ta». Bosrdea fs a 
cna| frtead <tf tke tamOr- 


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REDLAND8 (IfEWS ,' J 

By Lsrna Deche \ 

Mrs. Mattie Albritton and daughter 
Mrs. Elberta Franklin were in th^ 
city for a two days visit last week 
with Rev., and Mrs. Donea. 

.Mrs. Annie Brown and cbildreni 
left the city last Wednesday to visit 
her parents in India 

Mrs. Mary A. Stevenson and Mrs.{ 
D. wney. sister and !jister-in-law of 
Mrs. Anhie Brown are visiting in Los 
Angele». 

Mr: R. B. B«rtpn spent a few days 
in San Diego test week retaratng 
home Monday. 

Mr., 'and mta. Duncan have mored 
to Calexico. 

Mr. Hendrick/i of Indlo is a new 
comer in our city. Mr. Hendricks is 
a brother-in-law of Mrs. Annie Brown. 

Mr. E. V. Johnson made a few ^ys 
visit in San Diego last week. f. 

Redland was surprised with a good 
old rain last Friday and since then 
we have had frosty mornings. 
Sceotid Baptist Church 
Rev. C B. Oones, Pastor 

The ladies were at their best Sun- 
day evening in the B. Y. P. U. Ba- 
jjecially g<Ad was the jubilee number 
by grou^ Xo. 1. 

Two «-ery inspiring sermons were 
preached by the pastor. Morning 
subject. "Teaching Children." It be- 
ing the fifth Sunday, was observed aa 
Children's Day. Duett was sung by 
Florence and Isaac Merces and a 
beautiful solo by IHtle Modesta Y/oung. 


NEEDLES NEWS 
By Kate Isom 

ST-. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH— 
Rev. W. H. M. Dickeraon. Pastor 
Services at our church Sunday 

morning were inspiring. Subject. 

"That ye present your bodies a livinc' 

sacrifice." Roman's 12:1 - 
The St. JaBe& Missionary Sisters' 

rendered a program Sunday evening" 

wiilch was enjoy«?<i by alt. The 

bouss was Sllad. 

1. Song. ' 

2. Prayer— Mr*. A. Jloas. 

3. Scriptures — Mrs.- H. Parks 

4. Bible RecUation— Evert Parks 

5. Paper — Miss Grace Davis 
i. Duett — Mrs. Solomon Jackson 

7. Recitation — Mrs. H. Parks 

8. Solo— Miss Milrgaret Walker 

9. Recitation— .Miss Maryette 

Jackson. 

10. Solo— Mr. F. Moss j 

11. Sermonette — Rev. Dick^'son 

Mrs. Kate Isobi. President 
Miss D. Jackson. Secretary. ; 

Mr. and .Mrs. W. W- Diggins have 
opened a restaurant- near the Santa 
Fe shops and are doing a good boai- 
ness. 

Mrs. E. Freeman from Cotluell. Tex. 
is in Needles visiting her bbrotlier 
Mr. Brans. 

Mr. L. Jones had a narrow escape 
from death at the gas plant, ahnoirt 
overcome by ga» and electrocuted 'aj 
live wire. 

Mrs. F. Walker is on the sick list. 

Rev. C. ,Holt bos returned to Need- 
les from Pasadeaa. 


The St. Jaaea Baptist B. T. P. V. 
met SniMf^y eveBlng At (:30 with 
Once L Davis, acting presideat Tbe 
lesson was tatlght by the pastor. 
Snbiect. '^^e Heatheii iBToslan.'' 
The folio wing pTotraai was rendered: 
Paper — Mr. Emmltt Ltewia. 

Solo — Rebecca EL Davia. 

Recitation— Everet Parka. 

Recitatioa Damoa Jadcapn. 

R«cttatioB— Lee JioBiies. 

Mrs. D. M. Jacksoo. Preaideat. 
Solomon Jat^soa. Secretar^- 


SACflAMENTO 


If. RoMaaoa. Little Boat. Arfc.. 
a senior la Medkdae at Coi t e s slty at 
CaUfcMa. drove up Satorday^ 
speBdjd tke week rad. with frieoda. 

A. J. Soles of Portland, Oregoa. has 
orrtTcU and is the employee of the 
Espee^ Railway Company. 

MrsL L. Talbot of Loa Angeles ia ia 
the ci|ty tbe guest of relatives. 

J. H. CUck, employed by the Sontb- 
em Pacific Company at Tmcfcee. 
speot Sunday in the city wkh hia 
son J^ha Henry. 

Mrsj.. C. E. Christian of'Red*BlaS. 
and Bister Mrs. A. Fraxier 0( Soa 
Fraacisco earoate to Red BlsS tram 
the boy city stopped over Suaday 
relatives taere_ 

On^ of the most delightf ol house 
partiels of the season was given at 
the home of Mrs. K. C. Brown Mon- 
day &ight by the methbers of the 
Senior Choir, as a farewell party to 
Mrs. R. J." Fletcher, a former member 
and organist. "The house was beau- 
tifully decorated in Halloween col- 
ors and ornaments, and music was 
the pMncip^past time of the even- 
ting. A dellghtfnl luncheon, was 
^nred at which time Rev.. Fred A. 
Hughes presented Mrs. Fletcher a 
token I of appreciatioa in behalf of the 
membiers of the Choir, and express- 
ing titeir regrets of her leaving the 
Choir I and city. 

W. F. Peck, operator of the elevator' 
at the Hall of 'Justice, *'as slightly 
injured when the cables broke allow- 
ing tbe cage to drop several feeL 
The accident occured .Monday as 
several patrolmen were changing 
ablfts; ten of 'whom were injured, 
some seriously. All were white ex- 
cept 3rlr. Peck. 

Tbel Woman's Home and Foreign 
Mlssiojnaryy Society of Shitoh Bap- 
tist Church was addressed .Sunday 
aftern^n by Mrs. M. P.-Galther, the 
retiring State President. Under her 
direcUjon many important improve- 
ments have been niade and tlie public 
at large is loathe to give her up. The 
local body received a new vision from 
her addrdess. 

Edd^e Thompson has returned 
home after ^veral weeks spent in 
Berkeley. 

Wedding Bells 

At the home of MrJ. and .Mrs. Mat- 
tliew McDonald, under a beantitul 
canopy of pink and white touched off 
by antnm leaves. Rev. Fred A. 
Hughes read the impressive wedding- 
service which united Chrales August 
Lewis and Mrs. Leona Leota McDon- 
ald ia^the bonds of holy wedlock. A 
delightful wedding dinner was served 
to relatives and friend;s. The h^ppy 
oiuple will be at home to friends in 
their 53 street love nest at once. 

Mrsl" R. J. Fletcher left Wednesday 
nigjit for Chatham. Ontario , where 
she will make her future home with 
her sister, Mrs. M. H. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Fletcher was one of the team 
o fthe famous Hyer's sister who drew 
the applause of the theatre goers of 
the seventies. She was a prima dona 
of her day ' and the only cohx-ed 
singer who mode the high G above 
the atoC. She starred in plays es 
pecially written for them, singing 
numbers in Italian. French nad Ger- 
man. Among the ploys of note were 
"Ont of Bondage," Lena, the African 
Princess," and Blackville Twins. 
They were heard by the royalty in 
England and travelled thronghont 
Canada, fMAniia. and America, fhe 
girls Mulah and Emma were given 
private training by their father, S»m- 
i4el R Hyers, and they were allowed 
sing the very best class of music. 

They liegaa their career here in 
Sacramento at tlte Metropolitan 
Theater which was one of the best 
play houses io the State in those 
days which numbered antoog its 
patrons the Crackers, Stanfordds and 
other wealthy pioneers of the West. 

Mad a h A. was married to the late 
Dr. R. J. Fletcher and apent the past 
several years happily here ia the 
home of her childhood, woriaag ia 
ch^h OBd dub always giving her 
best. Her mother died about a year 
ag!P aad bow her going to tlie Domia- 
loa" win dose the chapter of a his- 
toric f^uaily life in tUs commnnlty 
that had brilliantly stood out tor 
many years. 

The Tonas Ladies Sewing Club was 
eatertoiaed at the home of Mrs. Wal- 
ter Dualop Wednesday evening. 

Tbe Straaser soys: That there are 
several Widow^arooad but a seem- 
ing lock of- widowers. Com« on boys 
leU start the boU a roOing. . 


Suppose the bloa^oma heaped 

oiMi's bfeiia ! , 

Were atrewa aknic the kigbway of 
tketo- life i 

Soppaae the prolan choated ia dead 


Wer» wWapered tenderly i^ konn o( 

atrifa. , 

SnppoaeT (taly snppoae! 

The QUA'* Chd> aaafatad by Miaaea 
Anita aad florrie Page aad Xeadaatea 
P. F: onftoffly aad E. w. 


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IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO MAKE CAUFOKMA 
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MONEY IN A NICtE HOME OF YOUR OWN. 

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BAftGAIfeS in ACREAGE, LOTS AND HOUSCS>-S- 
ROOM lN(H>ERN HOUSES, ALL NEW— $2500; $350 DOWN, 
BALANCE $25.00 PER MONTH. 

TAKE A COiWoN LOCAL CAR, GET OFF AT ABILA 
STATION ANp COME TO 210 MANHATTAN STREET^ 




Seej Me L. Duckett 

AND YOU WILL fik PLEA^D. 


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Tka a. e SL Lensae of tte A-H. K cave ai »wlillt"T-TiTTl|-r aidlt a| St. 
€bao^ keld aa eleetion of oT --—.-- 

Sotday e«enias laat. when tfca 
lofwiic ««t» dectcd: 

P«ML. Mr. JnHna H. L. 
'VieafPraa.. Miaa lisy Mrt 
Sat^U Waa Baky StHeUaad: Opr. 
BaeyL lOaa Xoia TkNnaa: Traan« 
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BOYLE HEIGHTS 
By: MYRNA SHIVERS 
A new chib was organised in Boyle 
HeighU by Mrs. Ethel Reeves, the 
State Orgoniaer. The clnb met at 
the hOBte of ' Mrs. Eonice BladcweU. 
Oct. 11th. Oflcers eleeted 
follows: Mrs. Ethel Reeves, 
dent and chairman of program 
mittee; Mrs. Benlok Brace, 
ident; Mrs.-Ennice Blacfcvren. s ec |m - 
tory; Mrs. JUabIa ^xmaaa. trenavrer: 
Mrs. Frederick Brace, parliatnentar- 
toa; Mrs. Praiicia RUnehort. critic 
.After the election o( oUtien the dab 
qtent a delightful afterwMn- Dab^y 
I refreshments were saved- 


A. Z_ Porter, Socy< aso 

Porter 



LITERATURE^ 

!s are joeL 

Enlarxinff, CopyW, CdoriaVt Poetic, I I^oto, aad "^fiem 
Calendars. Holiday Gre^ins Post Cards, Pictere FMibh. 
Comm^reial^and'PemHial Worii. Banqaets^ Paitiet tmd 

\V%ddfetso*p^j«ei«lty,,.^, ..JJ-^ ^1 : , .- - -i^;'. 

Main OrdeiiB wilidted. "■ A«eiats ^wmnted Eveiywbcra ' 

282S Coov^ A^B. PhaM'af374-^101C E. 

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bOTS— 

BIG SACRIFICE 

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oovx torn fw 
WE HAVE 

SOME VERY C^^WX lion SMAt 
AUXTTOte 

US AT 
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A. M. E. CMUItet*— 
•nd Town* Aftam 
M. Ward, Minister. 


fttam to. 37SO— Re*. 1466 Qrlfttth Av. 

rWiilillnir Elder Jamea Wuhington 

g, itfil preach at 11 a. m. and at 7:S0 

* It. tt. Sunday at our First Qnarteitir 
MestlBg services ot this Conference 

,faa. Special music by the choir, 

utder dix«cUon ot Organist Elmer C. 

Bkrtlett. will be a feature ot the ser- 

tt Tleetk Holy communioa will be cele- 

brstid at both servicefl. 

IntBresting services were held last 

'Sunday In historic Eighth and To woe 

^ATvaae A. M. E. Church. Pastor 

^WaoA preached at 11 a. m. on 

and on invitation six per- 

forward and united with 

^t^ cimreh . The choir sang as it by 

riiwplratloB. There was a large au- 

[.Mmoa Including many prominent 

The pastor nad membar- 

Nliilce orer a total of 33 ac- 

Om to our membership since the 

ant of the annual conference 

24. 1922. 

tflie .aBBual election ot the Allen 

iMan Endeavor League resulted 

0U6WS on last Sunday evening: 

FrMldeot, A. A. Thomas; First Vice 

• Prsaltieat. N. C. Duncan ; Second 
I^VlM President, Miss Bercella Sweat- 
Secretary, Miss Margar«t 

i^13U&es; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. C. 
\W. Smith; Corresponding Secretary, 
C. K. Randall; Treasurer, Mias 
re Stewart. 
',The trustees of the church gave the 
Itaaday School and the Allen C. E. 
ae a real big party last Tuesday 
Stewardess Board No. 1, 
f nder direction of Mrs. Cora Fanner 
; plared the roll of hostess. The 
' TOOng ^olks can never forget the 
lolly evening anil the good refresh- . 
ments. | 

Rev.. W. H. Washington delivered a 
good gospel sermon Sunday evening. 
In addition to the anthi-m and other 
gospel songs, the choir sang a real 
Jubilee to thf ilcliRht of all In at- 
tendance. Vrof. KartlPtt proiuibes to 
1^'. intersperse tlip i \-.-ninK prograiu fre- 
quently with such asreeable surprises. 



'WbicM w» is Mflaiieti W ^''imr 


mamf. 


of ttuttder ts flii fMM «tWm. H. 
Coleman, preaiAM a' SMat itTMitfth- 
ening sermon to tSB ■iMluumr So* 
ciety which was prMewKsff Vf mo ex- 
cellent program. 


TABC1INACt.C BMifniT CHVRCH- 

12th and Hemlock tOMta. 

Sunday will be Ojor Covenant Meet- 
inc The Locd'«^S«(iper aad the 
Bight kaod of Frilowritip given new 
memhera Sunday nlskt 

Madame Anita Pattl Brown, Amer- 
ica '■ Prima Dona, whs lately returned 
from aa mttandeA trip throngh South 
America, Anatralia and Europe will 
be heard in Bfnale- Realm*. 

Watch tor the data.: 
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH— 


«i tlM Sek. 8t 


piiisT A. ik ■. ttoH emittCH— 

Cor. PIM WMi nde«i» Sta. 

RWk W. E. Shaw, Pwtor 
RdMdMw 1217 Paloma Av*. 



Waat SMh Street and NormamHa Av. 
Rev. J. A. H. EldHdoai PMter 

Sundi^ wta minlotuinr dsy. The 
Pastor preached on the thoitgifct of 
how to be and perform the duty ot a 
Mtasionary. The evening aervlce was 
conducted by the Mtelonaiy Slater. 

Rendering a very Impressive pro- 
gram. Dr. Moore was the speaker oX 
the evening. Delivering an oration 
that any one who heard him went 
away well pleased and with a vision 
of the future. 

Sunday November 5th Sunday 
School at 9:30. Preaching at 11 a. m. 
B. Y. P. U. at S:0<l p. m. Preaching at 
7:30 p. m. All who would enjoy good 
singing nad a well regulated church 
service we invite you to Trinity. 
Strangers sad visitors are welcome at 
all times. 


CHURCH NOTICES 


The services at Ward Chapel last 
Sunday were impressive. Chaplain 
Prioleau preached In the evening 
from the text "Cio Forward." The 
sermon was such as only the Chap- 
,lain can give. 

Next Sunday. .November 5. will be 
['Cipitnil Class Day. to which all are 
EMiOlally invited. > 

The President of ihe Stewardess 

iBoard with members of the Helping 

Club and Mite ML-isionary So- 

|eiety brought to Pastor and wife last 

f/JWednesdsy night (after a splendid 

*Xove Feast) quite an egreeable sur- 

rprlae and loaded the table with gro- 

-cerles and good things to eat. The 

^*Paator expressed, as well as he 

in words, the sincere gratitude 

^laad high appreciation of himself and 

K-wife, of their deep interest and high 

J<! esteem for the services rendered, and 

^lahrlted them to return whenever th^y 

Religious services at this 

• regularly, as at other churches 

'.<n tlie city. A number of wjsjtors 

preseht last Sunday and ex- 

'their .appreciation of the 

" A R. GPY. Pastor. 

«•( Wrijtfat Jhfc 

SHT CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH 
6n and Fountain Avenues. 
J. W. Price. Pastor 


CHRISTIAN CHURCH— 
8th and Wall Street*. 

Rev. M. Frederick Melchell, Pastor 

The pastor ailed the pulpit at both 
services Sunday. A whwolesome 
spiritual feast was enjoyed bby an 
who were present. The dlsctmrse 
Sunday morning was especially a 
rare treat. The heart and soul of it, 
rested upon the thought "That every 
follower of Jesus Christ, to his the' 
salvotioD of the world. In outbursts 
of earnest phrases, the pastor laid the 
responsibility of the non Christian 
moral state of our neighbors and as- 
sociates at the door ot that Christian 
who fails In persuasive terms of the 
gospel to make an earnest effort td 
lead theui <o ^ u..oi. The discourse 
Sunday night was eqnally aa interest- 
ing. Subject "Fisbiag on the Wronc 
Side of Lite." 

Mlss Dora Robinson was the soldst 
for the preaching servloe and Miss 
Ruth Bnrry lor the Y. P. S. C. E.. 

Last Sunday week Miss Mable He- 
bert whose name was omitted by mis- 
take sang a most thrilling solo. Ma- 
dam Viola. Harris Brandon was pre- 
sented a baton and x»se byy tour 
members ot the choir, and la the 
name of the choir. Also Miss E. P, 


lldsMC 202 Tbaxter St. 

.^The Parishioners of Grant Chapel 

ndeed proud of the return of Dr. 

t^ this Pastorate, and for this 

I- the U>yal members seem to be 

_ with each other for placed >*o 

jr. tie church is indeed alive and 

srly morning prayer service is 

numerically, spiritually 

I'.laisnciaHy. 

(Te note strange faces in our con- 
'sr^ation at each service and they 
tacether with our own membership 
'~mn hxaS in their praises at the close 
^ esucitaerTice. Plans are being coa- 
ylftsA tor our years work. New 
.Boatdf being «lectcd and new work 
rfluiwotsted. 


PASTOR THRILLtO AUDIENCE 

Without faith our works are vain. 
One of the greatest messages ever 
I-|«listene«l to was delivered by Pastor 
Holt Sunday morning. In the evening 
we wef>e again thrilled hy the excel- 
lent programe rendered by the Choir. 
Every immber ^presented the high- 
est in. musical talent. There was a 
round of applause on listening to 
those' wonderful selections rendered 
by the Bilbrews. 

Those from every phase ot life re- 
presented this capacity audience. 
.iiuch credit is due Director C. V. 
Pitts with . Mrs. C. V. Pitts at the 
plana OBcer itassell interested Jkls 
audience, proved himsetf equal Urthe 
emergency as well aa kn administer 
of the law. But bis partias words 
were » A Twaday Nov. Ith 1922. 

At the ekwe ot the evenlaff sarvicb 
you are Invited to commune with us. 

Visit us at St Paul . 


The Lord's Day, Nov. 4th the pastor 
win speak at 11 a. m. from Matt. 16: 
29 — "9oc unto eveiTone ^hat hath 
shall be given, and he shall have 
abundhnoe: bat from him that hath 
not, shall be taken away even, that' 
which he hath." At 8 p. m. Rev. Shaw 
will preach one ot a aeries ot atr- 
mona he expects to g(v« in the n^ 
ftiture on. the ten oommandmeatB. 
His subject Sunday evening wlU tger- 
"The meanest thing in the World,'': 

On last Sabbath the servioea irem 
well attended and six accessioBB were 
made to the church. At 11 a. m. the 
pastor's theme was ''The New Heart 
and The New Spirit." Text: Bzeklel 
36: 26-27. 

3 p. m. the Y. W. H. ft F. S. held 
installation of oOcers and a wonder- 
ful address was delivered to the 
young girls by Mrs. Howard Channlng 
Branch on "The Physical Christ" 

8 p. m. Rev. J. C. Anderson deliv- 
ered in his usual fascinating style a 
long to be remembered Gospel mes- 
sage from Titus 2: 12-13-14. 

Our Choir must be heard to be ful- 
ly appreciated. Exceptionally good 
music all day. 

Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Bible 
Class 6 p. m.; Varick C. E. Society, 
7 p. m., good program: Mid-week 
prayer and praise service Wednesday 
S p. m. Visitors and friends most 
cordially welcome to all our services. 

Zion's doors stand ajar. 



PFm^ 


E. W. H. 


Meett 1st ahd 3nt MohdAys of each 

montU at ODD PBLLOWS HAU;<. 

Cor. 8th and Wall Streets. 

W. C, HAMICOIiD, C, C 

WM. W. BBTTON, K. of R. & 8. 

1664 B. 22nd Street 



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Prsotlea la all the Conita ot Call- 


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Offloe: 224 'S. Spring St.. Room 
.311; Phone Pico 1138. ' Residence: 
S3« Birch St; Phone Bdwy. 1063. 

A BoMra deiU aad % dalivarr of 
the csoda. 


PkoMlbmWM-J 


GB^tNB bODOB ROSTER—' 

^^ . Offloe: 224 18. Spring 

P. a. C. — J(. J. Bunch, Piisadena, Cat. 
G. C.-^a«ob Scares, P. O, Box 63, 

Sacramento, Cal. 
a. V. C, — W. P. Tayqlor, Sacramea- 

to, Cal 
G. P. — H. W. Noel, Pasadena, Cal. 
t». M. of P. — S A Jackson, Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 
0. M. ot B. — J. M Taylor, Los An- 

eeles, Cal 
G. K, R. S. — H W Marhham, 1138 
B. 14tb St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
M. A.- — A. D. Cameil, Pasadena, 

Cal. 
I. G. — S Gibson, Los Angeles, Cal. 
O. G. — W Davis, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Orand Trnsteee 
Harper, Pasadena, Col.; 0. W. 
-» Talbot, Sacramento, Cal.; B. F. 

Kenney, Sacramento, Cal 
The California Bagle — The Offlclal 

Organ. 
The next Grand session at Sacra- 
mento. Ral.. 19BS. 



BrTl»Wwk«r 
THE lACEIAND 

FnnJslMdlhww 

WliUace A Cleysland, Props. 

37a 12tk SU Sm Dm«o. Cal. 

I TEACH 


SECOND A. M. E. CHURCH— 
1736 East 53rd St 

Rev. Robt House, Pastor. 

Sunday School, 9:30; Preaching 
and administering of^ the Lord's Sup- 
p<-r 11 a. m.; A. C. E. League service, 
er.'iO p. m.; Preaching 8 p. m.. Sub- 
ject "The Undesirable Citisen." 

We were delighted to have with us 
last Sunday in the afternoon Bro. 
Payne Middleton the accomplished | 
young man. State Supt. of Allen C. B. 
Leagues and Sister Phelps, of Pasa- 
dena, District Supt. of Junior League, 
and husband; also our own Sister 
Parker, State Supt ot Junior League, 
who- conducted a wonderful Mass 
Meeting of League Dept Our pray- 
er is that God may bless them abund- 
antly in their work. 

You are welcome to worship with 
Us. 



<;OIiOilKD VOTKR8 OFI^» BJS- 
'* PUBMCAN OPIH>NKNT OP DTKR 
UII4L IN DfibAWARE. 

Delaware's sole Congressman. C. 
R. Layton, Republican, is threatened 
with defeat by colored voters becaust 
he opposed and voted against the 
Dyer Anti-X,ynching Bill In the 


LiODOE NOnCB , 

Officers of the 
Most Worshipful 
Sovereign Grand 
Lodge of Free 
and AcceptedMa- 
sons for the State 
of Caiyornia tor 

M. W. Grand Master. J. H. tirnaoa; 

address 6218 Bolmes Ave.. L. A. 
R. W. J^Uty Q. M., T. 8. Jnhawn. 

OifklaiUl 
R. W. Glrand Stoior Wardaa. J. H. 

Brinson, SacraawMt. 
R. W. Grand Junior WMdan, T. B- 

Jobnson, Los Angeles. 
A. W. Orand Treaanr^ B. 8. Hons- 

toa, Bakenflald. 
R.. W. Grand Lectnrar. 8amna> 

Knight, Los Angeles. 
R. w. Grand Seeretary, O. W. Wil- 
son: address 811 D St.. llary»> 

viUfc 


DIHSCTOBT GRAiCD CKAPTEB 
ORQKB W HASinW SCAR. 

State of OaUfornta Aad JiirisdlGtion. 

Grand W. Patron, Mr. J. G. Ed- 
monds, 1360 B. 3Sd stiaet Los 
Los Angeles - 

Grand W. Matron, Mrs. Aline J. 
Honston, 1729 Chester Lana Bakers- 
fteld. 

A. G. Patren, Mr. J. H. WilUng- 


House of Representatives, accordr I ham, Los Angeles. 


BIRCH ST. CHRISTIAN CtiURCH— 
14th and Bircti Streets 

F. C. Cothran, Mtnister 


All received spiritual refreshing, at 
this church, last Lordj's day. The 
pastor occupied hte pulpit morning 
and evening and preached two soul- 

__ stirring sermons. At 11 o'clock A. M. 

^L ^^STsnnday School was delighted |>« spoke upon the suhject of "^w- 
isL*!S^'^^^L^ nf returned offlcers ! i"B a^d Reaping," Gal. 6:7, 8— '"Be 

not Deceived, God is not. mocked; for 
Whatsoever a Man Soweth, that 


Qta presence of returned officers 

teachers from their vacations. 

I'^IFMa .alone seems to add seat and 

'or to the consciencious workers 

l'.gave impetus to the uninspired. 

pastor spoke at both Services. 

subject for momiog "ExnltatioB. 

tfbe righteous. Text Mfttt 25:34. 

evening discourse "Eve's Dia- 

with the Devil." Gen. 3:1-6. 

choir attendance wks splendid 

.llle songs spiritually received. 


MEMORIAt CONGREGA 
CHURCH— 

and CantrSI Awemia- 
E. E. Lightner, Pastor. ^ 
worshippers at this Chnreh 
two splendid services the 
ly. The Pastor hlled the 
the morning hour and spoke 
mmt ■ynth Cod." At the even- 
lee. Mr. G. R. Andrews, rep- 
the Volunteers of America, 
"Should Prisoners have a 
nee': 

Ihmday Nov. 5th will be Oom- 
Sunday. The Pastor will oc- 
le pulpit at both honn. Mom- 
iject: "Fidelity of Friends." 
The Ever Present Christ" 
'a Supper will be addmlnls- 
at the close of mtek seeylee. 
it -your pew b« valeant at the 
teble. Strangers « cotdlaUiK 


V"7'"" 


Shall he also reap. For he that sow- 
eth to the flesh, shall of the flesh 
reap corruption; but he that soweth 
to the ^rit shall of the Spirit reap 
lite ererlastlBK-" After showing hte 
closer analogy between the world ot 
nature and the world ot spirit, he de- 
clared th^t nobody denies the truth 
of this Scripture in world of nature. 
It Is jnst as true in the spMtnal world 
as it is in the natural world. Many 
practical points were gained from the 
lesson. 

Mrs. Jessie Strider in a manner 
most thrilling sang a, solo "In the 
Garden." Among our many visitors 
and iriends was Dr. B, L. Boswell. 
The church is Uglily gratified in the 
manner of attendance upon the part 
of visitors and friends. Preaching, 
11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. ra.; Bible 
School, 9:4i> a, m. and Christian En- 
duavor So<5iety 7:00 p. m.. A sincere 
au«l hearty welcome awaits you at 
thiii church, i 


ihg to announcement today by the 
National Association for the Ad- 
vanoament of Colored People, 70 
Fifth Avenue, New York. Colored 
votes may go instead to tl^ Demo- 
cratic nominee, foiiiier Judge, Wil- 
liam H. Boyxrs of Dover. 

At a mass meeting held in Wil- 
ming ton, Delaware, on Suuday. 
October 15. Ja^nes Weldon Johnson. 
Secretary ot the N. A. A. C. P. said ; 

"Delaware's . representation in 
Congress voted one htlndred per 
cent against the Dyer Anti-Lynchlng 
Bill when ft was in the Lower House, 
and therefore, the colored vott^rs of 
Delaware ought to vote one bundtted 
per cent agafhst that represeutation. 
Vou have the political potN-jer. the 
vote, and you ought to U3ik.:tt fpr 
your highest and best ^ieatl^. If 
there ever yrA» a]^ opportstnity for 
colored voters to show that they 
fully appreciate the powctr irbich 
they have in thetr bands, it -is the 
oppoitnnity which the colored citi- 
zens, of Delaware now ^ have. You 
should' do your utmost to defeat 
Congressman Layton. The issue 
opon which you stand 16 not one of 
petty politics, but a fundamental 
issue involving lite, common safety 
and the good nam4 of America. If 
you defeat Cayton you will show 
that you deserve the ballot and that 
yoa have manhood and common 
sense enongh to use it. 

JFurthermore, you will achieve your 
political emancipation in the State 
of Delaware." 

The Wilmington mass meeting was 
held under the joint auspices of the 1 
Anti-Lynching Crusaders, the In- 
dependent Citlsens' League, and the 
National Association for the Ad- 
vancement of Colored People. 

Walter F. White, Assistant Sec- 
retary of the N. A. A. C. P., is to 
speak on the same subject in Wil- 
mington at a mass meeting planned 
for Sunday, October 29th. 


A. G Matron, Miss Mattye Jones. 
Berkeley 

Grand Tr«as., Mrs. Elitaheth 
Bronm, Oaklaad. 

Grand Secy.. Mrs. Frano«|^A. lyr- 
rel, 668 Chenery street, 84a fraa- 
cisco. 

Orand Condojitrsaa. Mrs. Onsta 
Johnson. MaryavUIe. 

Grand A. Qoadnctress, Mrs. Lola 
iBmU, Redlasds. * 

i '%and Leetonr,. Mrs. %juu*mt» 
Bothi. Loa Antatak 

Rosatu i;«BiM* Mo. 10 a. M. T^ 

meats 3nd aad dtli Thttrsdav «( saeh 
month at 2 p. m. al Ml^Mlll|jlHiSi| 
1209% Cantiai: Atjii, I 

..-M!R& W. S-1»Nni4w. P; i> 
isM Roovar Ava 
KAl||Ji GbSRIM, Seey., 
. -^ .t. -"' tllH Palikma AT*. 

.v- — '';■ . ' : ' !;'' ' J — ^ 

fAfphn <AaiRartl!K 1. a. ■• f- 
BtMft iBi^ aad tkttd 'V^n«sd«9 
llirfesqabtM at a o'Clack at ith* han 
iS4^C!a«ral Ats. 

MRS. NANCT JBRTfiT. W. II 

MAGNOIilA. uaOGH, wb. 547A 

RivERsnai rttb. 

nR<>t8 tbe 2nd aod 4th Tuesday ar- 
enings of each meaih-; aU^ memben 
In good staadrag of the G. O: O. of O 
F. ar<> always welcome. 

GEO. B GORDON. P. 8. 


For Quick Sanrica 

Can far mm aad Pll caOl for 

Your 

FOBERT T.jTANKSLEY TAXI 

SERVICE 

7-Pw Hanger HuAhmi Sopor-Sis 

Omemt 114S CMtral Aw. 

MaiB 147« 

Rea: 1I3^A *.. I2lh St. 

•1070 


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WiiitiB Aadiiu of 75 Milos of Los Angeles 

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Home of the 
Master Sw&a md American 

WaKhmalcora 
We mak« your watch tell the 

LANE JEWELRY CO. 
356 S. Hill St 
I'X>R RBNT — 3-ro«m turnlshflA 
apartment with private bath. Fhooa 

12433. 


TANKSLEY & SPELLMAK 
— ^Toxi Sei nioe Do Lu«i 

Latest CanH-^iison Super-Six 
and Marm^^n Limoziae — ^for 

yoiir comfort. 
1146 Cwntral Ave., 

Phone: Main 147«. 


Office 824.616 
Notary Public 


Res. So. 3609 
1S13 E. 33d St. 


Wood Wikon's 

RBALTV 
JAND 

INVESTMBBTT-CO. 

Licensed Real Estate and Fire In- 
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^Land, RandKB, Hoasea, Apartments 
\ For Rent and For Sale 
\ 684) CSMTRAl. AVBMUB 
UM AMCHUas. 



CATERING TO THE COLORED TRADE 

WE LOAN MONEY ON 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY- 
KODAKS, PISTOLS, SHOT GUNS- 
RIFLES OR ANYTHING OF VALUE— 



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Pkoiie South 1738'W J 

JOHNA.Gj|lAY 

'ihuvnsh Course in Pio^ Tec&Bu; 
t PI A ffO— HARMONY 
ResidUce Studio 

766 E. 18th St 


MRS. M; G. PATTON 

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAK. 
ing, Bcadiac, Eipibraidory, 
Friaces, f1»wmn, Ta sao l a, 

and all kinds of art wwk. 
1543 E.aand Street : 

; ; Phone 271Tt8 



W. H^ UBATH. THE TAUiOB 

906 H<>aiIoCk St. Phono 80. 6812-J 
Suits made to measure f 18 to 140 
Also Cleaning, Pressing and Re- 
modeling, Relining and Dyeing. It 
your clothes are good let me keep 
■them good. If not let me make them 
good. 

19 years in the business. 


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TO COLORED: Good 5-room house 
naar Vermont-r**300; $800 down. 
Vermont 3236 before 5 p. m. 


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MIO. S. THACKER 
iLadibs taiu>rikg 

OrciUfmaklac. MiIUne«Ti Bradiog. 

BewUns< Embroiderins. 
1507 W. «5th PI., lios .Angeles, Cal. 


WATTS M. E. MISSION— 

Rev. O. 8. Stout, Pastor 


1922. 


The servicoB were well attended 
l^st Sunday-; there was a large num- 
ber present, from Wealoy Chapel. 

Our temporary meeting place is at 
Owen's Hall. ^ 

All are cordially Invited. 


Classified Ads 

PHONE 823336 . 

I'nrlTalod in Qaidity. Unbeaten in 

Prices. Unexcelled in Khid 

IVeatBtent 

A. M. GB8BN8PAS 

Proprietor 

1142 cE?rniAii AYJjyrB 


Offlcp: 1804 H Cenrtral 

Phone: 271.e7» 
HouKs: 9-tl: 3-S; 7-9 

Dr. S. D. Cotterell 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 
Specialist in diseases ot women. 
X-Ray treatment and examination 


Dr. & L. Boswell 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON 

PHOITB so. 4SU-W" 
(15 Yearn £xp«noaee) 
Diseases of Women, Children 
and ChriMiic Diseases a Spec- 
ialty. • 
Office 1531 Vs CoBtafi J Ave. 

Pbaae So^ 7S62<J 

Res. 36lt MeKinl^ Ave. 

HOURS: ll-l: 8-5; 7-8 P. M. 


Amenkment Nm-hi r 19 will in- 
crease taxes. Vof* NO on Amend- 
ment, 19 Nov'tem her 7. 


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Los Angeles. Cal., Oct. 21 
Mrs. A. C. Richardson, 
1041 E. Washington Street, 
U>a Angeles, , CUtf. 
Dear bister Riehafdson: 

Indeed, words ate too feeble a 
.means, by which we may convey the 
d^ep sorrow we feet in the extreme 
Wr BAPTI*T' CHO»CTfei*^'«»«»t. »l»teh cahie to you the 
^moiiUss of Oct Ittb. last., in conse- 
qnenoe of the deatt of Toor dear hns- 
imd and oar ttlie nd loyal brother 

J^-Hls. ]B0^tf^h?'c]i«Bab Msv'a^ be^f 

I, tMeiOclent and' lb ^''el«n|G^ 

«ks Mtt M 16 dWHTrr'^^ ahMtoB"^ «Mck if Sftatty 

^^ ^^ 3te!s» *i««>MW bjM» ; o» iMt uMm, Is 
^^ thr^rtiJ^Wej 6«t we feci ^ittsBed 


Baptist Ou^Oi jOjt 
I has heen (av«rsidb;ir^ 
t'Of pcoTtdeiice t)itr ~ 
Bd^ifa«ay of 
' Missio n a r y,- BBvScB.''- 





troi» ue PwtaK'.^.r 
if duNUrtaient la . w 
r^B#h flwi^ir, oar be- 
sa Tisluv. Rev. A„& 
a jooJ-'SttMlBC 4lfB*. 
riiO lie JoBff rtBMBheretf. 


The Water Power Act, Is Amend- 1 
nwjnt Ntrmber 19 on the November 
ballot. It must <> be defeated. Vote 
NO on Amiendment Number 19 No- 
vember 7.' 


FOR RE2*T- rnmtshed Rooms 
men or women at 1217, E. 27th. 
Phone So. 6a7« V. 10'2t r 4. 


to 

St. 


that otff loss la hto^MrnSl jnl^ 
We tender ypa inkfabinsw^l^ayafh 


FOB KHIfV: famished rooms, all 
modern with howekaevlng yrivi- 

lelger. »i Phbhi; Hfita >&- ;'. ;• 

*' ■' * ' . *■ ' 

xir» tufcm jantaimssspn^Ati 

■wtiaimjaiB, fhatolv.- -htbab' euier 

VBtffiO'BKi 


Hours^ Co 12 "t 2t»6 

Dr.W.HiCodprcll 

QpncB 

isai M cBSTBAJi AyBBrCli; 

PHWfc. «0. T«I»J 

BBS. 1.^1,7 w^^j«, jgyy» »» 


GOUam BVIiK liOOGB 
G.lJ. O. ot O. F. 

Golden Rule Lodge No. 59 S9, G. 
t-. o. »r o P., meets the first aad 
third Tuesday of each month at 8th 
and Wall streets. J. U. Jarrett, 1400 
K. 9th St., N. G.; B. V.- Ftoher. IWl 
K. 9th St.. P.iS.: Ftrone Hala 18<S. 


Atti4 n t< y i i t U w . 

Ben.: V$m Bm* IMk. (MheC 
Rea. rUmmr jRa^. flQSa.^ 

««waM«1Sll» 

Sl» BHllaif Btdg., IM |ir. •»«■■ Sk 

I<9S ItaCeles. <Mlf; 


Ice Crea^n,! Cigars 
andConleqtioiiery 

Donll Forfiet d^ Nwnber 

14QeE9di Street 

AttAreW^come 

il B. DAinEIA, Prop. 



Wh«h in Oakland Stop 

ILLINOIS HOUSE 

1693 Seventh St. 

FURNI»1ER ROOMS, HOT 

ANO COLD WATER 

PHONE OAKLAND 3625 


DUISeVOBT H. H. RUTH -No. 830» 

meets let and 3rd Thursday after- 
noon of eadh month at Odd Fellows 
Hall. 8th and Wall Sts. Mrs. Aletha 
HolcoB»bk M. N. G.. 1^821 ISsst 28Ui 
street. Phone S. S83i<-W Mrs. A- 
E. Miller, W. R. 138.4 B. ISth St. 
Phone S. 2»8S-W^. ; 


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SFAIOBH-BNOUSH 

A^hie 9. WPUseas. A. B., M. S.. 
I ' Ptcsldent 
WUUe B. WBltan^ Secy-Trcas. 

itaii K.: S7TH ST. so. s«os 

#paniri»^ 8 lessonslper mo. )3.00 

Eingllah I coarse ..'■. .....! 4.00 


Sari Whw^ PaMiBC Tlnwi^k 


also a tlTe room ho^Ke.reMcken and|dALl 
rfti)btt corralls. X,ot 11& a 32T. fttet 
*3Cio«. $&Ofl down, see Mrs. C. 
Halbert for ihte and other property. 


So. 39tl 


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won matTi VmnmU mtm* 
«An«v., «...*.' .J^ tjoa ear line. Ml ». m «»•«*-- 


^Fitraisaed troot rooiB 

lit iit»:iMiKi:ttk:aoad: 


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Hours Phones 

10 U) 1 Off. Pico 237 

5 to 7 Res. 53387 

Sunday by Appointment 

Dr. Frank A. Gordon 

PHYSHTIAN AND 8URGBON 

3^81-309 Phillips Bldg. 
Formerly iThe Germain BuildinR 
224 80. Sirring Stt. L.os Angeles. 

The DeNeal Method 

a.\IR AM> BKAITY CUI/TUBE 

It'H tbi class aad sat-isfectloo ia 

Gnaranteed 

.HB8. jADA JACKSSON. Ag(. 

Bdwy. 176S 
Partorn 841-a Hemlock Ht 


HAZEL 


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the crowd e^iaey tMrn^ 
fo^likM of i&i. 

i Social Cliib. 


UC£L|GOn 


OTTSCHALK . 
EDNA HEARD 

Teachers of 

PDINO, AND VOICE 

Studio: 1330 E. 17th Street 

Piano instructions; Private 
Claw. iVoic^ solicited for 
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SPRING MELOMES. MEN WHO M lyCEH TEAM 

THE DAWN B WINNER 


A GROUP OF SH<mT POEMS 

By: Wendell P. Gladden. Jr. 
I. 

BEAUTY'S HIDING PLACE 
You preaaed the perfumed roses to 

row lips. 
And looked into th»» heart of one — 
A deep-red rose of fragrance mre. 
So wonderful to gaze upon: 
You saw beneath its velvet petal tips 
The soul of beauty hidden there. 

V I'- 

THE SEA 

O, the strength of the s^a. thf -rDlling 
sea. 
The bounding and swf-IIinp of the 
ocean's breast: 
O. the rhythm, the heavins immensity 
Where seamen their wisdom and 
bravery test. 
. Far oulf on the restl.-'s. roaring deep 
Where the thunJeroig sea meets the 
axore sky — 
On the foamln?; tumbling waves that 
leap 
In'all their rrandenp — G«d is pass- 
icg by. 

in.'' 

WHEN YOU CAME 
Sometblng cain* into, my life today — 
Bringing with it the brifht and bloom- 
ing May. 
Giving bsck the Joy of Jiving too — 
My poor soul ^with sanahfoe seeping 
through. 

Thrills with joy and hope and love 

that^ true. 
And I krow that something dear, is 

you. 

rv. 

PRESENT PAIN 
Deep in my heart 
How great is the pain of love and 

grief 
Ah. love that wa-i wont to briag relief 
And, succor in the days of old. 
To make my aching heart grow bol.l. 


defFance 

, Ah, once too oft into yoar eyes r 
gazed! . . \ . 

Into yonr lovely, shining eyes. 
amazed, 

I saw your soul reflected there and 
felt 
, The stinging blow yoar heart. deBant. 

Y.M.CA.NOTES 


Effl^ 


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.Vow that the Track season is over 
and the Ninth Street Branch has suc- 
cessfully conducted its annual meet, 
attention may be called to the sum- 
mer program. 

.\mong the many activities schedul- 
■ e»i is the indoor oaseball tournament 
to be staged under the auspices of the 
Y in concection with the work of the 
Inter-Sunday School Athletic League.' 
Recently a meeting of Superintendents 
was called, but only a few were able 
to attend. However, those present de- 
cided favorably on the following plan 
of organization: 

1. This organization shall be known 
as the "Inter-Sunday School Athletic 
League," composed of all Sunday 
Schools in the city. 

2. Any Sunday School may become 
a member of the leagtie by expressing 
its deRire through its superintendent 
^nd by registering name of said school 
though a member may play on the 
team of another Sunday 'School by 
peFtnlssion of the officers and mem- 
bers. 

3. The officers shall b« a president, 
vice-president, secretary, treasurer, 
and manager. All officers shall be 
held by superintendents, except that 
<A manager, which oflke li to be held 
by the Boys' Work Secretary of the 
Y. M. C. A. The manager may have 
assistants to aid him in' the work. - 

4. The organization «hall meet the 
first of each quarter or four times a 
year. 

5. An ESxecntive Committee appoint- 
ed by the chairman shall meet month- 
ly with the manager as an ez-offlcio 
member — he. the manager, preparing 
the prosram of direction tor the 
meeting each moBth. 

S. All clean sports vnich appeal to 
the youth shall be considered and 
glTen proper guidance. 

7. Election of oSeers to be held 
doricg January of each year. 

8. AU gam^ shall be play^ on city 
ylaygrannds. public school indoor dia- 

- Bonds, at picnics, etc. 

A Wg eflnp booster will be held at 
tke Y ne« Tuesday, June 12th, at 7:45 
p. m. for the porpose of plaimiaK for 
the summer ' camp conducted each 
jaar by the T. M. C. A. 

Another neetiag of an the Svadar 
SAooI. saperlBtMidents has been «aB> 

Sfor next 'Wedsesday evening. Jane 
at 7:M. 


By M^endell P. QlaJden, Jr. 

Men who see the dawn — the first 
blush and glow of the moming-r^ire 
those who labor. They are the back 
bone of the community — these men 
strong-limbed, clear-visioned, and able 


M, 


Y. C. A. TRACK MEET 
DECORATION DAY 


In what was considered the best '.| 
Annual YMCA Track' and F^eld meet 
staged so far, the Young People's Ly- 


to withstand the vicis.situdes of life, ceum team carried off first honors 


Gaze upon them! .Meet them, greet 
them, mii^le with them — ah. How 
many trudge along, in the Valley of 
Sorrow, still faithful to principles, 
striving; sometimes with faces empty 
of dreams, and life-long desires! .\nd 
yet. how worthy are these, who push 
ai^d pray, God! What a vital pulsat- 
ing stream of men! 

It is their love of the All-Pow%rful, 
a'nd mother, wife, and children-^pride 
of race — the 30ft._ warm, kindly touch, 
inspiring voice, 'laughing childhood, 
that give strength for another fight. 
These are the men — oftimes industrial 
slaves — who through hard, manual 
work, give seiTrice for others, yet 
glorify themselves, though they know 
it not. Peering over the veil of pres- 
ent sufferings, injustice, and oppres- 
sion — they glimpse the dawn — and 
seeing, understandingly brave bitter 
battles for the realization of their 
dreams. 

Then come those who are trained 
for mental labor. From dawn ^to 
death of day, they work unceasingly 
for their fellowmen — or how could 
men build magnificent edifices, great 
bridges, locomotives, kfep pace with 
this commercial age? It is the mon- 
otony of the everyday routine work 
behind the desk high in sky-scrapers; 
the executives, stenographers, book- 
keepers, and the mighty forces that 
cope with and keep abreast of, the 
swirling business world. 

Thege too, see the dawn — beyond 
the veil of economic crises— the fight 
of employee and employer, the hous- 
ing situation in great over-populated 
clues — and, far-viaioned they proclaim 
the brighter day. So with new meth- 
ods, original ideas, increased know- 
ledge of the needs of their fellow-men, 
and the acquisition of t>etter business 
tactics, the edacatiOD and co-operation 
of employee and employer, thejr pledge 
their lives for unseifi^ih servtce. 

Here in America, and in the four 
comers of the world, black men are Su^pmaxy: 
aaufiig ahane groupa. fS^^r- bave-^lt *«> ^d. Dash: 
and still feel the urge for education, 
•wealth, and culture, independence, and 
respect and some day. they sh all rise 
and know their strength. Old tradi- 
tions, customs and prejudices shall be 
as naught when the darfcskinned work- 
ers, laborers, thinkers, realize that 
they hare as much right on this earth 
as the dominant. They linger now, 
only long enough to bring about un- 
ity -of purpose, aim. and .action; apd 
thelir— even through blodoshed. they 
shall attain the heights which all free- 
men .should know and deserve. Blaek 
me^ are not asliamed, nor unmlndfBl 
cf the attitude of the world, but are 
awakening, thinking, and peering, 
straining through the misty mysteri- 
ous veil for the light and the crimson 
glowi and then the flood Of dawn. 


with a total of sixty points.. 

The Lyceum won eight first places 
beside th* half-mile relay. This te»m 
has been a^^>arded two silver loving 
cups: one for the largest number of 
points scored and the other for , {he 
relay. U. S. C. was second with -thir- 
ty-six. Becan.se of an accident of one 
of its members, the college teanv (fid 
not enter the relay, as was expect*!. 

Waialyn Stoyall was the individual 
.star and high point man of the meet. 
He won four first and two second 
places. Stovall ran under the colors 
of the Lyceum team, and was respon- 
sible for the team's great showing. 
This is the third consecatlve time he 
has won out. He was awarded with a 
tiandsome medal and cup foi' his 
splendid jwork. Besides he was given 
a medal Tor each of the events which 
he won. Wilalyn was also entered in 
the relay, and won one and a quarter 
points, which Brought his total to 
twenty-seven and a quarter. 

Ed Shaw was second highest point 
man with fourteen. His perfonn'ance 
was remarkable owing to the fact that 
he had not been in training. John 
Riddle, U. S. C. all-round athlete. 
Charles Sanders, the great little star 
of the Lyceum, aiid Archie Woodyard. 
of the Lyceum and the city's best 
sprint ace. and Ivan Jphnson, U. S. C 
were chief of the stars of the meet. 
Despite the condition of the track and 

field, all athletes performed wonderful- 

ly. Happy is the child who is blessed 

Too much credit can not be given to with par^t.< who are in sympathy 
the track and /ield officials for their with his musical development. Such 
work, which was done under difllcul- a child *ill take greater interest in 
ty. Will Herman, moving picture ac- his studies and will develop much 
tor, was on the job wiht a camera- faster than the child whoaje parents 
man from the- Path'e Studio to make seem to ignore ^r treat lightly his ac- . 
a picture of the meet for the Pathe complishments. » The fountain of in- 
Xews Reel which the public and the splrafion has~»€^ source in the home 


Los Angeles Will Soon Be A 
r City "ViHth a Population of 

1,000,000 j 

. The rapid increase in poiiulation is bound to cause real 
estate to increase in value. The man or woman who buys a 
home today will be the one who will profit by the great strides 
that our city is makings Do you know or realize that Los An- 
geles is the fastest growing city in the world? Are jyou-still 
.paying out your hard earned cash for a rented house'? Take 
advantage of some of the good buys that I have in houses, lots, 
income property and acreage at special prices and terms. 

Nice 5 rooms, large lot. West 36th St., near Vertnont — 
$.4000.00; $2000.00 cash. 

Two houses, 6 and 4 rooms on large lot. West side, choice 
location— $6500.00 ; $1500.00 cash. , ' 

5 roomsv East side — $3500.00 ; $650.00 cash. 

7 rooms. East side— ^5500.00 ; $1000.00 cash. 

3 rooms. East side — $1650,00; $500.00 tiash. \ 

4 room house, two lots — $2500.00 ; $500.00 cash. 


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William H. Gamble & Co. 

Real Estate, Loans and Fire Insurance 

NOTARY PUBUC 

1807 Central Ave , Soulth 1540 


IN THE lAlSIC WORLD" 


:.3H9KL':rsw^. 


By Jqhn A. Grey 


world will have the pleasure of view- 
ing in a short time. Gold, silver, and 
bronze medals, and ribbons were 
awarded the wiiiners and those who 
placed in the various events. 


and wh^n that home contains true ma- 
sic-lovers, there i* a great incentive 
for serious study on the part of the 
stiident who lives in that home. 

It is as necessary for t'.ie parents \ti 
to study music appreciation as it is 
Woodyard, (LX first; -for 4he «tad««l-i» attiAy Mn itaimi 


Duncan. (Li ment. 


doralWork^ireaik 
AinoiigOnr Group 


Self-expression in music for colored 
Americans has lately been advanced 
through the work among colored peo- 
ple conducted by Community Service. 

That national civic orKani2ation main- 
tains a special music organizer, Geor- 
ge L. Johnson, for work among the 
colored groups which operate under 
the local Community Serr^ organiza- 
tions. Several recent concerts illoa- 
trate the opportunity that Is Iteing giv- 
en for the development of mnsical tal- 
ent among the colored people. For in- 
stance, in a program given by 'Doug- 
lass Branch, Cpmmnaity Service in 
Huntlagton. West Viixtifla. numbers 
were given' by a mixed chorus and by 
a men's and women's glee club, in- ad- 


StovalR: (L) second; 
third. Time — 10:». 

S80 yd. Run — SandersV ( L) fi^st; 
Wickliffe. (L) second; L. Johnson, 
(Hi-Y) third. Time 2:09? 

440 yd. Oaisfa — Ivan Johnson, fl'. S. 
C.) ArsC: Shaw, '(tJ. S. C.) second; 
Wicklffe." (L) third. Time 51:3. 

220 yd I>ow Hurdles— Stovall, (M 
first: I. Johnson. (U. S. C.) second; 
Foley, (L. A. third. Time 26 flat. ,- 

120 yd. High Hurdles— Stovall, (Ll 
first; Shaw, ( U. S. O second: Woods. 
(Unattached) third. Time 15:3. 

Mile Run— Sanders. (L) first; 
Brown, (S. D.t second: Carter. (Hi-Y) 
third. Time 4:58. 

220 Yd. Dash — Woodyard. (L) first: 
Venerable, (U. S. C.) secoid: Duncan; 
(L» third, 24 flat. 

Shot Put— Riddle (U. S. C. first; Ed 
Shaw, (U. S. C. second: R. Johnson, 
fHi-Y) third; 108 ft 4 1-2 in. 

Discus Throw- Riddle, (U. iS. C.i 
first; R. Johnson, (Hi-Y) second: Sal- 
isbury, (Hi-Y) third. 41 ft. 6 in. 

High Jump— Stovall. (L) first; T. 
Smith. (Hi-) second; King (S. D,i 
third. 5 ft. 5 in. 

Broad Jump— Shaw, (U. S. C.) first; 
Stovall. (L) second Riddle. (U. 3. C.) 
third. 20 ft. 2 in. 

Pole Vault— StovaU. (L) first; W. 
Starks, ((L) second: Ritchey. (S. D.) 
third. 10 ft. 8 in. 

Hiilf-Mile Relay— Lyceum, ftrit— 
(Stovall. Wickliffe. Duncan, Wood- 
yard) Oo-Oetter's Ctnb. second. 

STYLE SDGGESnONS 


irjAi 

cult cl 


e boy vr girl Is at work .on 


most cases they dislike, and the pareu.t 
should express a dislike for the same 
piece, what chaiKe has the teacher to 
elevate the mnsical taste of the pupil? 

Parent sshouki always consult the 
teacher about mu^ic that they do not 
understand before e.xpressing their 
di.<!like before the child. It may be 
that the particular piece was given ff>r 
a snecial puiTXwe and although the 
child BMiy detest it. it is good medi- 
cine for him. The inteUigeht parent 
will always find some appropriate re- 
mark on occasions of this kind. 

Parents should always consult the 
icai events, stories of operas and other 
stories cf mnsical intelligence to their 
children as they develop mnsical on 
derstanding,' 




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PEARL GARAGE 

9TH Af CENTRAL AVE. 


Be: 820-755 




the ball tWice for doubles, and the 
rest of the time up. he got three sing- 
les. 

James N'orman. sprinter de luxe. 

last Wednesday got second in; the 

says the Evening Pntit ^rst heat iof the 100 yd. dash, but did 


of Lindsay, Ontario.- in Canada. The not enter the finals because of .lack 
advancement of music is certain to of training. Let it be known that'tbir 
creAte a universal desire fof it. I4-' was the first time Jimipy Norman had 


First 'Vice-President Mrs. Mrs. Hazel 
Dick. Temple oi District N'o. 1, to get 
btts.v as brother Norwood says the na- 
tives of Santa Rarbara are '"rarin to 
Ko" tor a high-pow^ered teni^is club. 

Graiid Prize Bafl ^« Be 

"A Night at the ConBtrr Ctob" is 

the way the Grand Prise BaU to be 

given under the mmnanment of 

the highest order as they now do abon' and his name Ulte Supler and Uyles. Romeo u>vlnc, Harry Sovtpard aad 


MR. AND MRS. WATERS ENTKll- 
TAIN 


braries. where music is presented will 
also be a great help to parents in con- 
ducting the music hour In the home, 
especiafly when Jhe children are stud- 
ying music themselves. The music 
pages of the newspapers will also be 
one of the big factors in making the 
music hour a fixed institution in the 
home. 

The children of future generations 
will talk about opera and concerts of 


had on a pair of spikes since the last 
"Y" meet: Many of you whto reoiem- 
ber back in 1921 and 1922 when Jim- 
my was in his prime,- as a-apriater. 
when he was a membier of Lincoin'k 
Cbampionisiiip track team those two 
years. It^ the dual meets of those 
years gone by. he and; Stapler always 
got first or second, or vice versa. 
Jimmy NOrmaa will never hie forgot- 
ten, especially by the Lincoln students 


0& Monday. May 2Sth. Mr. laA liik. 
J. B. Waters, of 1452 Long BeaA ave- 
nue were hosts at an elaborsteir v^- 
pointed dinner party. The 
this occasion included Rev. aai 
R. W. CDd«-wood. Rev. J 'W 
Mrs. C. F. Brvce. Mrs. A. B. 
Miss B. WyBB, Mrs. E. BrovB. Ifr.-C. 
Moore. 

The gnests were eatertaiaed 
a later hoar, whea they departed. < 
expressions of ap pte < 'tott n li for tW 
gradoos hospitality of Mr. and Mn. 
Waters. 


By: FLORA DORA 

Silk sporu blouses top off the dash- 
ing spring sports outfit. With a sman 
tailored or foar-in-hand bqw at the 
nedt. and' tura-ba^k eiiSs linked or 
botto&ed together, the wearer is 
dition to offerings of talented soloists, equipped for the day's adventures. 
The maaic used iBCInded iiot only the The new shades ar»— Red, Blue, 
best.^iutpat of Negro composers^ bat Green, Paris Gray-. Madeline Rose, Or. 


movies and basel^U. They may even has gone down in the annals of the 
form opera companies in their own Lincoln Mi^h ^hool athletic history. 

communities." i ^ 

The parent who really understands 
music can be of real help to the 
child when he encounters a difficult 
spot in the' lesson. To help him over 
thtsi spot may save him from having 
to review the lesson, thus he gets 
ahead of the pupil who has to "tako 
an 4asiKinnent over again." 


TENNIS CHATUR 


other standard woriLS. Dr. W. R. 
Franklin, the chairman of the music 
committee, carried on that branch of 
the work is HuntinstOD. 

A similar alignment of clioral gronpe 
Appeared in a program at CoByville, 
Kansas, nnder the dlrectioB of Mr. 
Johnson, who offered aeverat tavoriM 


Caramel. 


El|nCATlQNAL HQTES 

By WiiUain Kareisa^ ' 

Inter-|ehotasUc 


In ihe Hationaf 
track and field meet held at Stags 
Field. Chicago, last Saturday. Fas>i 


chid. Made. 'White. Sunset, 

Blaek and Lanvin. _ ____^ 

Some of loveliest new underwear ^^na's faat relay team took third 

are of "tie-dyed" silk. place. HnrHc and Whlizar were re- 

Plplns In contrasting colors is us- sponsible for the s^endid showing 

ed very effectively on the newyjin- n,^, ^ quartet These are the ejnly 

gerie. two liads ot color to participate in th^ 

Fagoting is the latest of the old- njeet tUs year. Last year ;Ed Shaw 

titee trimmings which are used so (,„„, sfonrovia was sent tol Chicago. 


Last Fed Meetinc Wednesday, Jmw 

6& B«f^ "Hop-Off to Friaco"— 
'. Seen aad Heard 

, (By i\1lfiaim Mrils Watston) . 

i (ISSS Court Street. Drexel 3742) ... 

We se^ and hear — ^thft chftrmittg 
Mrs. ; Eda^a .\danis Rosco Hamilton ^^ popalw 
Broyies oif Santa Monica, the adore- 
able prexy of the ,Partheniai girfs is' 
the lates^t to break dot in i briintt'm-w 
MaxwelT '23 Sport Model speed wagon 
and is toj be cro*ned "the highw?y 
queen" — Atta baby Rosco. 

That- everybody will get a slant at 
the wonderful Bertha MUler trophy 
at the ' Wtstern Federation of T;nn«» 
Clubs "On to Frisco" dance next Mon- 
day night,' June 4. at N'ormandie, when 


Lindsey Jones at Arion Hall, Monday 
night. June 11th, ia being feAtared. 

The event pronlses to be of great 
^terest The prises to be' awarded 

the ladies inelode a bathing «nit. from 
Bullocks: a pair ot shoe* from Oude's, 
a manicure sat from Tafl»^j|rona. aad 
a pair of silk atockiacs ftaaa the Bot- 
tery — all high claaa ahopa. wluae 
goods are worth "tryinc for.*' 

The iacomparable Bfatdt vaA Taa. 
'Win syncopate oa tU« occashm, aad 

MOr. r. 
'WeUa..wiIl be toor maaager.' 
: Coma oae. come all! A Jsltr ttm* 
will be had! ' \ 


STOflK VISITS ATTOHmeY 
MRS. LEWIS K. BCEKS. 


Lewis K. Beeka. Eaqoira. 
young attorney with 
824 Central avenue, 
ly happy sraUe these days. VlgrT 

Because on Tneaday. Jaae Stk. hia 
charm lag wife preaeated hte <imh a 
bowtdttg baby daaghter! 

Mother aad babe are 4aiac aicely. 
aad the Eagle Joiaa Witk th* taat-«C- 
friesds o( this 
ia exteadias eaagtatalalfc— f '■ 


(By The AssDcialail Ne«ro| Preaa) 
Washlngtao. D. C. Jaae C-fOradaat- 
tag ^wreiaea of the PreedMMi'a Hob-. 
pital tVaiat&c S^ocri far Nataea ««re 
h^ in the Aadrew Raakla Memorial 


(By The 
CMC.: 
^The vatae aC-a 
aot sa maA apa 
atatos. ia tka 
sZBce Miaa J« 
of Ifr. aad Mia. ( 
tnent wktte paopia, 
night la St Lrika'a 
to Saaaal Ftac a : 
siataat Traaaaicr at 


singing of the fiational Negro antliem« 
"lift Every Voice and Siag," compoaed 
byM- Rosamond Johnson. 


rtfftin^t^hf nf^r^SS;^?^ tJJl profusely on the new spring togs. The winning the 44« and tying for first in the Black and Tan jazz mampuJ.-ters Chapel, oa the Howud ^a^ve^alty 

this and the other programa was tte .^.^est hose for spring are exqnls- tl»ol^ Jutop. ' strut th«r staff or one Lucion DongUs Campaa at 8 o'cloek. The US3 srad- Tradiac Oa pa taUoa . 

"•- ttely sheer. Last week,UBartn for tl«e foarth Miller hid better camp outta town un- —•'" -• **-^ ». . . ■.,—•• n- 

. A black crepe wrap Ts all-over en- year autexed the Freshmen City meet, til the eniftiriated natncs and tennis 

_. . , „ . hroidwed in eige with motifs in jade t^ freahBea are divided Into three savages rpcover their' menul equiii- 

T^^tf".^ I?!'"* . ^"■**^ »r^ »™«°- claaaaa, awaaly: »e piaetr .pound briui. , 

sented by the FederaUm for Social p^rf, taateas jacfluettea with a how. claaa, tke one hvadred aad flfleea 

Service in Dayton, OWo, latntaead ^nd dnNnea. coats, even collars flils pomd claaa *a< a» aaUmttad 
the Jubilee Chorus in several aplrit- ,prt^ la tt» «oa haadraiaa* tfty ptmad 

«als; the H. T. Bariei(k Oa* Clab, Platta ate deB^ttally new OM aea- d^^. AM|taa Josea 4M Mp atoC ftnr 

tbe Utter iiaaed far tta wal aw it Ke- aao aad stake the simpteat llroek ia- ^JH,*^f^J ^ br t^&ic tkM ia tka It6 aad 

(to compoajBrr the Olrl'a Oiea Ctab o( teicatiac. ', > TTTt jfl j|fchTi« Tnn Ta-rrrjrB tif thir 


Doat laU l» aae Klas Tat aatf fela 
pfateen Beantifnl Artiata. Wed. Eva.. 
itjf U. ladepen ^c^/gflSuek, Utb aa4 


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the Steel Hlsh 'School; Oa Mriiltatrlr PHatad tebrica ara very saiart 

Iron Works «ee Onh; a aoahli <aia- dar. SS ia the Ssypdaa gbtfie. 

tette of the '^iaerere" Craai m Tta- Oolerad klda mn aB Meat' tt Caot- 

UPtare;" «a< tte Otma a tU lailte wear. 

miked qaartaC Bectraad Brawa'a Ah, Madam haw" iiweedtaKly eUe 

soag naahy^ waa aaag hy Mra. Maada ta have Madama'a Uaceria datatSy 

^FaOter... M^urBa^iil la ttey raaajr ^ 


&.^kSe:i 


aa d an 

flC lafpHara^ 


That J.i R. Norwood, a fine yoong ! 
bostness imm of Sanu Barbara and a '- 
good all ^oond spwt with a capital 
"S". who I is stoppinfT at 1318 East 
27th strecjt Sooth 3W. is ranch in- 
terested H> the "onto Frisco" thing. 
jing to i\}nl three or foor k>- 



waa foarth h| th* 106 ,ad is wiL._„ ._ -_. . , 

. caki aortikria fab boTtittlc "Dodge "237 

the heavjr-U<lil« *<Me for tiic C^ of the gas, "aa-marric^ 
daMSMMl aa^araC the bcatiiies ddcoiae also." Better *" 
PM*a« , tins bird, Ih coats %£l3fM 
wacthraaahinarlaatBkfAqr'a fat me^ by Sk ao^ faot 
■•••liiHef*,' " 


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■atea of the FraedaMa'a Haapttal the WoatwaHk 
TiB|alBg S^ool tor Naraaa «■«: AQea Tha 

, AUea Yyattel Ovcrtaa. hcMAJ 
Cfam ^elle tejrater. li«% M d rt aa Bav. i. B. . 

JMieeiGueOaa 

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tea 

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ff.yiyfiJBiri' 


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numiB B. aaGLaoH, pisuhi i 


6y 1&. J. Moo»« 
TlM Forom All* » niche in the.- civic 
life of Lob Aaseles. that ta not eyen 
»{>pr<)«cbed by aajr other organlzatloo. 
Yet you frequently hear Jesting re- 
mains about it thjit would lead one to 

/ believe that it la anythlns but repre- 
sentative. However this may be, the 
Forum is the only organisation we 
have where all questions pertaining to 
our civic betterment can get a respect- 
fai bearing. n fact, it is the only 
training school we have (or fitting oor 
young men for public life. 1^ is un- 
fortunate that so few young men take 
advantage of these opportunities. 
Perhaps it is not altogether their. 
fhult. Older men should take a deep- 
er interest in -the young men and 'en- 
courage them to prepare themselves \fi 
try way possible (or future usefulness, 
for whatever of leadership we have 
Aust soon rest upon their shoulders. 
If a casual observer should "listen 

In" on the various groups of young 

men along the crowded thoroughfare 

k« would invariably hear one or more 

of the following subjects under dla- 

cosalon: "joy-riding," "boot-legging," 

"gambling," and "women." If you 

dwibt this, investigate for yourself. 

This of course may be true of other 

races, but it remains a stubborn fact Los Angeles County) 


y*. 

FRED OHOLSON. Defendant 
Action brought in the Superior Court 
of the County of Los Angeles, and 
Complaint Filed in the Office of the 
Clerk of the Superior Court of Said 
County. 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE 
OF CALIFORNIA SEND GREETINGS 
TO: 

Fred Oholson, Defendant. 

You are directed to appear in an 
action brought against yon ■ by the 
above named plaintiff in the Superior 
Court of the County ef Los Angeles, 
State of California, and to answer 
the complaint therein within ten days 
after the service on you of tjiis Sum- 
mons, if served within the County of 
Los Angeles, or within thirty days if 
served elsewhere, and you are notl 
fled tiiat unless you appear and an- 
swer as above required, the plaintiff 
will take judgment for. any money or 
damages demanded in the Complaint, 
as arising upon contract, or will apply 
to the Court for any other relief de- 
manded in the Complaint 

Given under my hand and seal of 
the Superior Court of the County of 
Los Angeles, State of California this 
17th day of April, 1923. 
(Seal Sui)erior Court 


mimsmiyk: 


inMMM sn<4»T» 

Dr. S. D. CottereD 

PBTSltlAN ANFD 8TJltQB»N 
Specialist in diseases of woiAan. 

X-Ray treitmest and «niiiinatl|>i 
Res., 1480 W. JefFer«oa . 
Rm. PkoM 760^ 



SWi 

duuige of proi 
•nit nisht 


eacb'anemoon 


-' NOT WANTED: Any for the .All 
Men's CoiMMrt, Juna teth «t Wasl^. 
Ckapsl. 


PUBLIC NOTiec 


ttat we have by' far the greater 'pro- 
portion. We must find'% way to in- 
tarest these young people into some of 
the nobler things of life, and the For- 
nm is the best medium to widen their 
Ttsion and increase their aspirations 
tat bigger things. 

Professional and business men 
sbould take more interest in the civ- 
ic betterment of the community. If 
the Forum is not what it should be, 
tiwy should take a hand in its af- 
fairs and raise it to the required stand- 
ard. You may rest assured that the 
bnsiness or professional man who 
takes no interest in the welfare of the 
people o( his community, they will 
sooner or later ipse interest in him. 
, To those who are incline'd to under- 
estimate the influence of the Forum, 
we venture to assert that any Race 
man who seeks public office and ig- 
nores the Forum will find himself 
trailing in the dust, if you don't be- 
lieve it, just toss your hat in the ring. 
A casual glance at those who are most 
active in the Forum will disclose the 
fact that they are also those that are 
most active in all other movements 
that make for the betterment of the 
community aa well as activity in pub- 
lic life. The mere acquisition of dol- 
lars and cents is not all of life. The 
desire to be a useful citizen by serv- 
ing your fellowman should be the 
highest aim of any race or people, 
and this is just what the Forum 
stands for. 
"For life is a mirror of king an dslave. 

Tis just what you are and do; 
So give to the world the best you have, 

4nd the best will come back to you." 


la. E. I^AMPTON, County Clerk. 
By: I. MOORE. Deputy. 
Date of first publication May -11, 
1923. 


CALEXICO NEWS 


, The Eight grade commencement ex- 
edcises of the falexico Public School 
were Thursday night. May 31st. There 
were 38 members of the class of which 
-four were colored girlg, namely : Misa 
Somatria Gamblin, Shebenia Finnery, 
Loretta Featherstone and Williemae 
McCollum. "Conquer we Must," was 
, tl»e inspiring class motto with which 
jnambers advance to the higher edu-. 
cation. Class colors, blue and gold; 
dass flowers, red and white carna- 
tlOBS. 
41188 Sumatria after being sick with 

.•aevere cold developed into the 
..f .faenmonia for 9 days and passed away 
Arlday morning about 5 o'clock. Her 
sisters. Miss Indinola and Dora Gamb- 
Ua were in San Dlege attending school 
and returned home very much heart- 
krokea. The i>all bearers were her 
school mates as follows: Lnretta 
Featherstone; Williemae McCullum; 
Boberta Gordon: Leola Macks; Ele- 
nora Jordan; Shibenia Finnery. All 
were dressed in white. Services were 
bald at the Second Baptist Church of 
Catexlco, Cal.. Sat. June 2nd, and 
wm very sad indeed. 
Mr. John McCullum has returned 

' fren Cincinnati, Ohio, after speadtns 
a ions visit. 


CERTIFICATE OF ASSOCIATION 
UNDER A FICTITIOUS NAME 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) 

) BS. 
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ) 

We, the undersigned, do hereby cer- 
tify that we are associates transacting 
business in this State, in the County 
of Los Angeles, under the name and 
style of THE CALIFORNIA PUBLISH 
ING COMPANY; that the names in 
full of all the members of such Asso- 
ciation are CHARLOTTA A. SPEAR- 
BASS and JOSEPH B. BASS and that 
the places of our respective residences 
are set opposite our respective names 
hereto subscribed. 

IX WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set our hands this 23 day of 
Mav. 1923. 

NAMES: RESIDENCES: 

CHARLOTTA A. BASS, 824 Central 

Los Angeles. Cal. 

J. B. BASS, S24, Central 

Ix)8 Angeles, Cal. 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) 

) ss. 
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ) 

On this "23 day of May. A. D. 1923, 
before lue, Afiie McDowell, a Notary 
Public in and for the said county and 
state, residing therein, duly commis- 
sioned and sworn, personally appeared 
Charlotta A. Spear-Bass and Joseph 
B. Bass known to mo to be the per- 
sons whose names are subscribed to 
thh within instrument, and acknow- 
ledged to mo that they executed the 
same. 

N WIT.NESS WHEREOF. 1 have 
hereunto set my. hand and official seal 
the day and year in this Certificate 
first above written. 

AFUE MCDOWELL. ■ 
Notary Public in and for said County 
and State of California. 
LEWIS K. BEEKS, 
Aitorney. 822 Central Avenue. 


LOST YOUR PEP? 

Feel lazy and tired? Seem as if 
your vital organs were Just worn 
out? 

Don't worry! You've heard 
about these famous— 

GOAT GLANDS 

Here is 'something better yet. 
Restores the old time pep and vig- 
or and vitality WITHOUT AN OP- 
ERATION and at small co«t 

GLANTONE 

Is a new, scientifle preparation 
of glands from healthy young ani- 
mals. Put up in capsules. Easy 
to take. Sold on Money-Back 
Guarantee. Trial Treatment, (15 
days) $3; Full month «5. ORDER 
NOW. 

FOR SALE at the following Drug 
Stores: 

Albert Baumsnn, 9th and Cen- 
tral Oklahoma Drug Store, 18th 
and Central; 

REMINGTON LABORATORIES 
815 Wright and Callender BIdg., 
Lea Angeles, Cafif. ' 


The Tabernacle Baptist Chnrcb, 
12th and Hemlock. L. A., Cal., will not 
t be responsible for any .debts conrtact- 
ed or leases made by anyone except 
the foUowiog men appear in' person 
or at least dae of them with an order 
from the Secretary properly signed in 
his handwriting with the seal of the 
church. Any person or persons are 
found forging -the seal of this church 
or name will be prosecuted to the full 
extent of the £,aw. Anyone knowing 
a person or persons doing any of 
these things mentioned above report 
same to the Board of Trustees and on 
conviction will be paid the sum of 
150.00', 

MR. SCOTT KENNY. Pres. 

MR. A. A. SUTTON, Vice-Pres. 

MR. CONNY BELL, 

MR. ^y. B. TATE, 

MR. a D. THOMAS, ' 

Board of Trustees; 

A. L. CROSBY, Clerk. 




^Ml and levrtral Atcqi^ 




Wher^ he liriU Im peased «o aerve hU paflairfs mmA tkaae 
who are in na ed of Dental work. 


Phone 824-616 


1 


CLINTON T. ROSS 

ATtORNEY-AT-tAW 

— ^Practice in all the Courts- 
Office: 680 S.Central Ave. 


SHRINERS EGYPTIAN TEMPLE 5 

Patrol Team will be on the Sands 
at Union Labor' Temple July 4th. Char- 
ity Dance. Music by Black and Tan. 


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PUBLIC NOTICE 


The Vabtfmacle Baptist Church, lath 

K'a&d Hemlo<Uc. Los Angeles, California, 

. I will not be responaibie for any Debts 

•I Contract or Lease made by aay one 

t except the following men appear in 

'' person or at least one of them with 

an order from the Secretary properly. 

algned in his hand writing with the 

Seal of the Church. 

'Any person or persons found forg- 

. . JW th't Seiil of this Church or name 

#pi l>e prosecuted to the full extent 

91^ the law. Any one knowing a i>er- 

j||)pk or i>eri<ons doing any of these 

ia tw rc report , same to the Board of 

Tniatees and on conviction will be 

li^ the aum of $50.00. 

Board of Trustees: 

Mr. Scott Kenney, Pres. 
Mr. A. A. Sutton, Vice Pres. 
Mr. Conny Bell. 

Mr. W. a. Tate and P. D. Thom- 
•a. 

■ A. h- Crossby, Clerk. 


(By The Associated Negro Press) 
Milledgeville, Ga. June 6.— Dr. M. C. 
Mitchell, prominent druggist of Macon, 
who was convicted of poisoning Sam 
Mitchell, his nephew, to collect his in- 
surance and sentenced for life to the 
State farm here, has written Governor 
Hardwick, making a plea for executive 
clemency. 

The former physician protests his 
innocense and says that his aged 
mother and family are suffering be- 
cause of his incarceration. He has a 
friend at court in the person of Col. 
Walter A. Gilbert, white, U. S. Army 
officer now judge»advocate at Ft. Sam 
Houston, Texas, who also has written 
Gov. Hardwick, declaring be had ex- 
amined the record in the case and 
Mitchell was found guilty solely on 
the "guess" of the jury, the evidence 
being totally insufficient to legally 
convict. The Governor replied that 
inasmuch aa no petition for pardon 
had. been formally filed with the pris- 
on commission, he could take no ac- 
tion at the present time. 


SICKNESS AND HEALTH IN- 

SURANCE-^FOR MEN 

AND WOMEN 

The Western Casualty Company Pays 
from $10.00 to $50.00 per week for any 
disease or accident. 

A. ALEEN, . Agent 
1201 CENTRAL AVE.-Fred's Place | 
Sraach Ofllee, 1618^2 E* 9th St.. Phena 


ORY'S INIMITABLE ORCHESTRA 

Will furnish thatsnappy jazz music 
at Blanchard Hall,' June 29, for the 
benefit dance! 


Creola McKinney and- Theo Oliver 
— See their passionate outbursts of 
love in the drama"'Not Guilty." 


Watch Eddie Williams as a hero, 
<;pnvicted and sentenced to prision, 
but "Not Guilty." Gamut Auditorium. 
June 20th. 


Ralph Bunche will he^ld you spell- 
bound. Watch him impersonate two 
convicted and sentenced to prison, 
thrilling drama "Not Guilty." June 


FOR RENT! FOR RENT! 

Nice front room for man and wife or 
two gentlemen. Call South 5276-W. 


Charles Diggs will protray the char- 
acter of a very bad man with a good 
heart in the thrilling drama "Not 
Guilty." 


MRS. AMCE JOHNSON 

Designing, Dressmaking 
1 1 Remodeling 

749 Ceres Avenue 
Bdwy4049 


NOTICE I 


Mrs. Belle O'Neal, teacher of , the 
youngest and swiftest piano class in 
the city — by her correct method and 
easy way, they learn quickly hoisf to 
plky! 

Those who study, with this teacher 
and do as she says, will not only study 
music, but will play nicely in a short 
time. Why? Because she has been 
and is now studying with one of the 
highest-priced teachers of the other 
race for the last three years. She is 
in a position to instruct ,frpra the first 
right oa up. ' ' 

Mrs. . O'Neal has been before the 
public fbr the last four years, and in- 
side 'of three years she has tiirned out 
three pupils from the start, two ot 
whom hold desirable church positions. 
I Mifs. O'Neal carefully and patiently 
looks, after fingering, time, rhythm 
and ^ise at the piano. . Extra piano 
for practise. Price, one dollar per 
lesson. Studio: 1608 E. 16th street; 
Phone: Humboldt 4914. 


821735 ' ! Extra Phone: Main 3192 

O, B. LOFTON 

CLOSED TkX^I SERVICE 

THE DEPENDABLE CADILLAC-8 - ■ -DAY and NIGHT 
Report any Unsatisfactory Service, Over-charge, Reckleas 
Driving or Misunderstanding to Owner 

Stand: Wills & Lee Billiard Parlor. Funeral Service a Specialty. 
905 Cailtral Avenue Loa Angelea, Calif. 


Member of the Tiiiinnnal Family 

RDTi'S 


M E N ' S F U R N| I S H 1 N G S 

I Headquarters G. & M. Underwear 
HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS,.UNDE?IWEAR AND SHOES 
I <'You Ak Safe ;^ Roth V 

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fiS3 CENTRAL AVE.-Rivers Bldft. PHONE PICO 5765 


ANNOUNCEMENT 

Prof. Claade V. Pitts, known to the 
musical profession as , the Tenor of \ 
the Golden West and Teacher of i 
Voice, Puprt of of Prof. Manuel San- 1 
cttpz De Lara, has oi>ened his studio 
at 1242 So. Mariposa. Beginners and 


advanced pupils accepted. 


West 3550 


By appointment only. 


Patronage Solicited— Satisfaction 
Guaranteed 

FISHER'S BARBER SHOP 

L. H. FISHER, Prop 
FIRST CLASS TONSORIAL ARTISTS 

Service and Workmanship 
1400 E. 12th St Los Angeles, Cal. 


HP! HIP! 

For the Shriners 
July 4, Labor Temple, 
will play. 


HOORAY! 

Charity Dance, 
Black and Tan 


B. F. YOUNG 
Broker 
Fine Hemes, Farm Land> Investmenti 

"Eventually— Why Not Now?" 
1470 Central Ave., Lea Angeles 


COttNER-JOHN^ON COMPANY 
FUNERALS 


^•W(a Johnson, 1627 B Paloma St. 
Miral services held in the chapel 
RMk St 3 £• -M Rev. Uvely officiated, 
ent, Evergreen. 

Potter, intaat sob o( Mr. and 
iokn Pottur was burled trom 
Qttpel, Wed. at 10 A. M. Iat«r- 
.■▼arcreeo. 

JfaloaeiMMged away at 1X09 

St., Tuesday at 12:46 P. M 

View Were kald from tto 

jy X« K .31^ B«mal»a 

IfcaBiBOB. Texia fa^^rtO' 

-Bwm(am», jiasgaA away a« 

' TMMUir, Jttoa ttb. WvSf 

IMU froa tba'Otaptl 

t#F. W iter. Qtnwt ~ 

laal. Srargreen. 



.. (By The Assooiatcd Negro Press( 

Toronto, Can. June 6. — Mr. Samuel 
Stewart Scott, who for the past two 
years has been President of the local 
U. N. 1. A., has declined to accept the 
otter of a third term and 'has been suc- 
ceeded by Mr. J W. Carter. 

.Mr. Scott, who is a well-known Race 
man of this city, wa.i born in Sylvan- 
la, Ga., 48 years ago, and after spend- 
ing several years in New. York came 
to Toronto in 1912; where he has been 
among the foremost in the activities 
of the colored people of this city, the 
most notable being Treasujrer of the 
Board of Advisors of the ^eague (com- 
posed of both Races) which prevented 
the extradition of Matthew BulIo<A tu 
North Carolina. He is the leading 
Official In Grant A. M. E; and W. M. of 
Eureka Lodge ot Masons. Mr. Scott 
will serve the U. N. I. A. in an advis- 
ory capacity. .Robert P. Edwards. 


(By The AasocUted Necre Press) 
Washington, D. C. June t.—Some 
three years a«o Mr. Julius* Bosenwald, 
of Chicaco, la, through the Nattonal 
Beseareli C6«BcU established tbe Rob- 
eowtld Fellowship at Howard Uni- 
versity tor Dr. Bmest B. Jttst,( Pro- 
fessor of Zooiocy ot Howard Unlver 
titf. Or. Jnit has recantljr been la- 
tomed that this faUowsUp will ba 



sasrcbas o« tartlUarttaa. srttflelal pa^ 
OMBonsMli, SB4 Qitt diTliloa is tbs 
imponaat soiastlflo Jonraali ot tba 
smaxa-- TlMM papari art rgcocslaod 
t» ratasWt ooatrlmittOM to biology 


SAM B. MARI^OWE 

r^EAL ESTATE, INSU RANGER 
Builder and^ Repairer. Houses and 
Apartments for Sale> Exchange and 
Rent. National Life Insurance Com- 
pany of the United States of Amer- 
ica "Chicago"— Acoident, Health, Fwn- 
eral Benefit, three policies in one for 
one premium. S. B. Marlowe, Agent, 
1410 E. 15th St. Phone So, 3736-W, 

NOTICE 1 NOTICE! 

All persons having cuts at the Eagle 
Office arc requested to call toj; same. 
Henceforth the EUigle Office will not 
be responsible for cuts left ledger 
than six months! 


Phone 291521 . Pasadena: Col. 785 

5206 LONG BEACH AVE. 674 S. FAIR OAKS AVE. 


HARDWOOD FLOORS 


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ARE CHEAP NOW 


We will Furnish, Lay. and ^^ini^h , Complete Q< 
Flooring in'k Rooqn 12iT2 for as litttp air$J2.1 


PakN 


Other Rooms in Proportion. 


BENJ.F.McADOO FLOORING CO. 


CLIMAX REALTY COMP.M1JY 

We are niakinc a Specjhlty of Seciiring Ho^mea for oar 
People fM>m $300 to $1000 down.— Call 

E. J. PCWmE R , or A. SIMS 

2517 Central Avenue South 2577 


DR. J. G. SELBY 

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 

(10 Years Experience) 

Obstetrics a Specialty 

Office^: 2403 Central Ave. Phone So. 

6727.1 

Hours: 9-12 a. m.! 3-5-7-8 p. m. 

Sundays by Appointment. 

Res. 642 E. 3Sth St. 

Phone: So. 1753. 

NIGHT. CALL.S. 


MAIN 220 No Excessive Noise 

BROOKINS APARTMENTS 

2-Room Apts. for Rsnt 

NEW, MODERN. ANO CLEAN 

In ths Oown'Town Olstriet 
K^p off the date July llth. . ! 


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; alsliiBd. 18 78^g. Mr 


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KFTBBADING AMD WIXIASTOHO 

A Special^ 

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Phone 19971. 852 Central Ave. 


PORO 


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Done for Me 


LET Mb TREAT YOUR SCALP AND 
IT W|LL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. 
PORO WILL DO THE WORK IF 
YOUR SCALPS ITCHES OR YOUB 
HAIR IS FALLING OUT. 

—PHONE BDWY. «17« — 

MBS. MATTIE JAqKSOK 

1H8-X117 EAST lOTH ST. 

LOS ANGlbLES CALIP, 


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A Cure for Obstinate Colds 

We Manufadore M 

We have a full Um of PLOUCITS HACK AND 
WMHC) Mne. WALKER'S; OVERTON'S and 
PALMERS TOILET ARTICLES; also a line •£ 
STRAIGHTENING COMBS. 




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OPPCWTVNITY FOR COLORED PURCHA^SERS 

6 Modern Bungalow»— 2 siixfd, only |S left. 
4 rootas—Sereen poreh, liurge lot. Barftin $4250; 
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k Author 14 "Two Little Qiria in Btuc," 
which was bo popular a few years 
' ago. -"Hotber'a Day" has a beauUtal 
'■ melody. Get your copy aom lor Moth- 
W'« JP»y.(Mily, (1^), 8», qenU (« 
d)ikrii.'>iav «ti^p«K mMHU.'. 

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RIVERSIDE, CAL 


("^ The population of Riverside keeps 
the dial moving. 

Mr. and Mrs. Sorrell of East Eighth 
St. departed tor Oakland, Friday. June 
1st. 

Mr. and Mrs. CreiK of Okmulgee. 
Okla., whg have been in Riverside for 
a short stay, departed for Pasadena, 
Wednesday. 

Mrs. Louise Williams, formerly lo- 
cated on High near Eighth St.. now 
occupies the apartments over Mayes 
Furniture store on 1.3? Eighth St. 

Prominept among tho visitors in thf 
city last wae?; were Mr. and Mrs. 'H- 
I.U Brooks and Mr. f. W. Perry of 
Pasadena: Mr. and Mrs. Brooks were 
on the first lap of their houiiymoon. 
Mrs. Harris and Mr. Stockton ol' Beth- 
el A. M. E. Church, Chicago, were al- 
so in the city last week. All the above 
were worshippers at All<n Chapel A. 
M. E. Church. Sunday. 

Principal on the propram at Allen 
Chapel A. M. E. Chiirrh. Sunday. 

Principal on the program at Allen 
Ct4pel, Sunday, as extra numbers 
■were reports of the Delegates to the 
District Conference. Mr. C. H. Daugh- 
erty. lx)is Johrson and Robert Bu- 
chanan r>"presented the Sunday 
School: Mr^. J. E. McCorkle the Mis- 
sionary Society: Mr. J. Williamson, 
Miss E. Strickland and R. Strickland 
represented the A. C. E. League; Bro. 
N. W. Williams the Stewards. 

The Glee Chib of Park Ave. Baptist 
Church gave a Musical, Monday night. 
The attendance was splendid and the 
applause complimentary to the appre- 
ciation on the program. Rev. G. W. 
Goodwin wa.s Ordained Deacon on the 
past Sunday afternoon! 

Rev. and Mrs. J. E. McCorkle re- 
turned from a short stay over in Los 
Angeles last Tuesday. 

The storm is blowing over, the sky 
is clearing the Sun is getting through 
the clouds. Liet us look and hope for 
the full sunshine, it will appear. 


dren ware treated to Ice cream. The 
Ideal Hour Park is a new venture and 
is proTtng popular. It is located 
about 5 miles north east Of Kl Centro 
and is One of tb» most attractive la 
the County. 

VU L. Burleigh has purchased a' new 
steam press and, so rapidly baa his 
business grown that he Is having his 
brother from Houston, Texas join him 
in the enterprise. The brother will 
arrive within a short while. 

Rev. James Drew has been called to 
the pastorate of the Second Baptist 
Church, Calezico. Installation ser- 
vices will take place next Sunday. 

Mr». D.C. Carter is reeprted quite 
IJi. 

Atty. Willis O. Tyler and Mr. James 
Banks of Loa Angeles were Valley 
visitors last Friday. 


REDLANDS.CAL 


Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Lockhart and 
family of Riverside were visitors in 
the City Sunday and worshipped at 
the St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Mr. and 
Mrs. Brandon and daughter have mov- 
eil on Sylveria St. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Burton and Mas- 
ter Torrepce Mercer motored to Los 
-Angeles Sunday .where they spent the 
•lay. . ;; It - ■? ^- V 

Word comes from Miss Ray E. 
Tucker that she arrived safely in 
New York her home. 

Service.s in Second Baptist Church. 
Sunday, were good. The pastor filled 
the pulpit all day. Next Sunday will 
be a full day jf music and song. 
Children's Day program will be ren- 
dered in the morning and in the ev- 
f-ning music will be furnished by a 
Male Quartett. The Sewing Circle of 
the Missionary Society i.s doing good 
w^k. They meet each Monday after- 
noon at .Mrs. Dones' home on Altu St. 


EL CENTRO 


Eastside School held its Commence- 
ment exercises Friday evening. June' 
1. Seven young people received their 
diplomas. The musical numbers were 
selections by the Eastside School or- 
chestra, chorus by the Upper Grade 
pupils, the Class Sing and a piano solo 
by Miss Thelma HcCoy. Numbers 
rendered by the other graduates were; 
I? Abraham Lincoln, Carl Jackson, Book- 

er T. Washington, Susie Solomon; A 
Guide to Success. Electra Armstrong; 
The Value of Training in Domestic 
Science. Modjeska Thomas: The 
Wishing Bridge, Jessie Stoutinburg; 
The way to Wealth, Sallie Solomon. 
Dr. Hartman. pastor of the First 
Presbyterian Church delivered the 
Commencement Address. It was 
scholarly and inspiring. County Su- 
perintendent of Schools Coe present- 
ed the diplomas. Prizes . awarded 
were as follows: A pltture of ex- 
honor of eight pupils who had perfect 
President Wilson to the School in. 
attendance during the year. Mrs. Dr. 
Appel presented the picture; A silver 
medal to Elira Corrall and a book to 
Ernest Day' for excellence in narcotic 
reports. These awards were bvthe 
County W. C. T. V. Flowers ^^ihe 
graduates were donated by the Cuff, 
Archias Seed Co. of Brawley. 

Rev. D. C. Carter, pastor of the C. 
M. E. Chufch preached an able ser- 
mon to the grad-.tating class Sunday 
afternoon; May 27th. The rendition 
of the Anvil Chorus and The Reces- 
sional by a large group of pupils won 
merited applause. 

Mr. Floyd Maples and Mesdames J. 
I. Maples and R. P. Augustus are at- 
tending the grand lodge of Masons in 
Vallejo this week. 

Miss Mllla McCullom, a sraduate 
from Calexico Grammar Schools at- 
tended the Eastside School Com- 
mencement exercises. She was the 
gvest of Mrs. De Vaughn. 

The School children, their parents 
and Mends enjoyed an ideal outing in 
Ideal Hour Park last Thursday. The 
management, Mr. and Mrs. James Cal- 
honn did everything possible to make 


SACRAMENTO NEWS 


Mrs. Zella Mansfield of Fresno is 
spending this week in our city, the 
guest of friends, being entertained by 
Mrs. Wm. Slaughter and Mrs. E. W. 
Robinson. 

H. G. Smith and wife of Roseville 
were Sunday visitors in our city. The 
Smiths were recently married. Mrs. 
Smith having formerly live at Ber- 
keley. 

Chts. S. Worsham of Los Angeles 
was a week-end visitor, leaving Mon- 
day for Vallejo to attend the Masonic 
Grand Lodge. 

Attending the Grand Lodge of Ma- 
sons and the Grand Chapter of the 
Order of the Eastern Star at Vallejo. 
Calif., this week are: Rev. T. Allen 
Harvey; W. L. (Spade) .Hall; J. H. 
Brinson; G. W. Morton; Mesdames 
H Moody; B. Bogar; M. J. Carter: J. 
H. Brinson: N. Williams; Mr. J. iSpr- 
ton; Miss Irene Williams and Jlev. 
Fred A. Hughes. 

Mrs. Julia Brown and son MlUsa are 
spending the week in the Bay region. 

Fred A. Butler spent Sunday in Oak- 
land visiting friends. 

Samuel Bishop and Wm. Baltimore 
motored to Vallejo. Sunday to attend 
the Masonic Annual sermon. 

Rev. G. H. Hughes who was recent- 
ly called to the pastorate of Shiloh 
Baptist Church was at his post Sun- 
day and a large audience appreciated 
a message from their new pastor. 

There are graduates this year from 
the Junior College, High School and 
the Elementary Departments. 

Chandler Owen appears in Sacra- 
mento, Wednesday, ' June 13th, for 
another one of his brilliant speeches. 

The Junior Stewardess Board of St. 
Andrews Church present Madame Ada 
Bell (Triffld, a ' '0raai Ate ^ItuMer* "^xif 
Worcester, Mass.. on the night of 
June 14th. 

Rev. ^Fred A. Hughes, broadcasted 
his sermon Sunday morning from K. 
F. B. K. Subject: "How Can I Know 
What God Wants Me to Do with My 
Life." 

Have you heard about the Golden 
Gleaners, Never Leaners and Pocket 
Cleaners. Look ont for them, they 
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On last Sunday evening, we bad an 
interesting visitor with us, who occu- 
pied the pulpit and spoke to a "very 
appreciative audience, in the person 
of Rev. J. Buerland, Grand Dlv. Chair- 
man of Sheet Metal Workers Associa- 
tion of the A. T. S. F. R. R. Co., of 
Richmond. California and >ex-mlnister 
of a charge up North. 

His lesson was, "What Is Religion?" 
There were many good things said 
which were well received; Being a 
representative of the R. R. Co., natur- 
ally being interested in our people In 
the service of the company and their 
welfare. 


Mrs. Katie laom spent the week In 
Los Angeles and for Memorial ser- 
vices. We are stiH thankful that we 
can boast of beautiful and cool weath- 
er'in this vicinity. The Sunday School 
gave a social recently which was a 
great success tor the benefit of the 
piano fund under the able supervision 
of our Sunday School Sujterintehdent, 
Mrs. Frank Moss. She' is a. valuable 
asset in any community that she may 
reside in. We will miss her when her 
northern sojourn takes place tor the 
summer. 

Mr. Oscar Clark, the Frisco sheik, is 
still active among the feminine sex. 

Mr. Osborne of Oakland was a re- 
cent visitor to our city. 

Mr. Oscar Green, the Santa Fe fa- 
vorite made a two day' trip to Bakers- 
field tor Memorial Day and while there 
met many friends and old.«cfluslllt- 
ances. He had the pleasure ot meet- 
ing our lovely President ef Westers 
Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. 
Pearl Lowery Winters. Bsvias trav- 
elled extensively at home and abroad, 
she is an interesting conTamstiotalist. 
He also met Miss Hazel Jonas of Fres- 
no. Mr. Percy Boss and wite of 
Fresno, the Haxwellg of BakEersfleld 
and oar busy Mrs. Emma PinkMjr of 
Bakersfield and husband. 
' H« also met Mr. Winters, the host- 
ling business man of that dty. Ifir, 
Winters Is a very thrifty prop e ity 
owner and owns nearly a vrh<ris bhtiek' 
^in the heart of Bakerpfield, oceaitod 


the picnic a real pleasure. There I by many business firms and barbar 
were smnsemenU galore. The chU- 1 shops.' He has recently had a nsw 


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Miss Lois Small and the Hall Sis- 
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recently opened np and they are doing 
a thriving buiihess. 

SANTABARBARA 

The pUster iUv. H. B. Thomas at 
Second BapUst Charch preached last 
Lord's Dajf at tiie morning service to 
a Tsry sppreeiaiive congregation. The 
preaehlttS hoar In the evening was 
giTCB to testimonial service which 
was ittspiHng and beaefieiid. 

On» membw .[earns forward and 
Joined andt^ras tellowsblpped. 

The Suiida7 school iatid B. T. P. V. 
mn doinf nicely all are tavited. 

Oa la«< Thursday Blf hi aa. enter- 
.taihmeat was ciraa in the chnreh 
JdtalBc rooiB at Saeond Baptisf and 
Vas well attended and a nice sum 

▲t St Fasl A. M. B. Chnreh; Iter. 
C Harris. Pastor, a beaatftid pro-am 
"The Star of Bethlehem*" was render' 


ed last Thursday night, the 31st the 
program composed of the Junior Mis- 
sionary workers did credit to the well 
experienced in the work. The set- 
ting represented all nations from the 
Judean (the only true 100 per cent 
(American) to the "Equinaux- with an 
angel as missionary carrying the light 
and rescuing each race. Darkest 
Africa Included. On the whole It was 
well priseented and enjoyed by a large 
andlehoe hoping -that it will be pre- 
sented again soon, real soon. 

Mrs. Anna Cooper received an in- 
vitation tnttonaclnK the marriage ^t 
the daocbter of Mr. and Mrs. (Seorge 
Renick Hicks, Irene Hicks Marshall 
to Mr. &ar1 Lester Rollins on Wednes- 
day momini the tSti of May, at 11:30 
o'clock at St Marks Episcopal Chureh. 
ChiUicathiB, Ohio. At #Mne after July 
1, 2S6 Leroy St.; fiayton, Ohio. Mr. 
E. L. Rollins will he rsmeabered here 
by the many {rieaaaat affairs stren In 
his honor whliria our city xai he 
carries on Uteli voyage with lilm the 
best wldua Of a host sf friends 'here. 

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Men. ' .. : ... . 

Straightening Combs, Tonjgs, Curling and Waving 
Irons alivays in stock. Combii^gs made up to order. 
Mail orders promptly filled. 

Madam J. C. Cuff ee, an expert Wig Maker and 
Costumer, is in charge of the Hair Manufacturing and 
Costume Department. N p* 

COSTUMES FOR HIRE 

Mrs. Rosa L. Sampson-Morris 
Proprietress 

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MRS. JONES ENTERTAINS TOR 
HON. CHANDLER OWEN 

Mrs. Surah Jones, of 129 West 6Tth 
street, was hostess On Saturday, June 
2nd, at a delightfully appointed -dinner 
piarty. complimentary to Hem. Chand- 
ler Owen, Co-flditor of the "Messen- 
ger." 

The table was decorated lavishly 
and in erquisite taste, with Bowers 
and dainty favors, and a diversity of 
delicious viands were served." 

Those who were favored by the 
gracious hospitality of Mrs. Jones on 
this occasion were: 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Bass, Editor 
and Managing Editor of the Califor- 
nia Eagle; Miss Bessie Coleman, far 
mous Aviatrlx; Miss D. Mitchell; 
Atty. Charles Darden and the guest 
of honor, Mr. Owen. 

Mrs. Jones will soon leave Los An- 
geles for , an extended Eastern trip, 
and her many friends join in wishes 
for a pleasant journey and a speedy 
return. 


SACRAMENTO GIRL VISITS RELA- 
TIVES 

Miss Alma Hayes, of Sacramento, 
California, is stopping in Los Ange- 
les, -the guest of her uncle and. aunt 
Mr.; and Mrs. Porter M. Johnson, 
1035 South Mariposa Street. 


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MISS LOWE'S RECITAL FOR JUNE 

23RD, 1923 

• The •. A. Seminar has obtained two 

other artists t oaa^Hst Mjss Ixjwe— 

Mr. Owen A. Troyrviolinlst and Miss 

Naida McCullough. pianist. 

These artists will appear in public 
recital at Symphony Hall, 232 S. 
Hill St., Thursday, evening, Jun« 28th. 


. HELP! HELP!! 
Meharry and Howard Medical Schools, 
Blanchard Hall, June 15th. Admis- 
sion ll-OO". 


The Original Lone SUr Celebra- 
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m. WALTO.NS RECREATION GAR- 
DEN, WATTS. Tuesday, June 19th. 
1 mean-Sure 'Null The Black and 
Tan will begin to play at Midnite — 
Carry on till daybreak! 

HELP! HELP!! 
Meharry and Howard Medical Schools. 
Blanchard Hall, June lath. Admis- 
sion $1.00. 


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Boiooth complexion £ome from hixk., but they do 
not Constant care and the frequc^nt use of 
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Four preparation* especially recommended for •hort.thin and {allinj hair, 
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Ada BeD Griffin Displays 
Rare Artistry 

On Wednesday night, June 6th, Ada 
Bell Griffin, New England's great dra- 
matic impersonator, appeared in Re- 
cital at Hamilton M. E. Church, under 
the auspices of Bethel Baptist Church. 

Miss Griffin impersonated the en- 
tire cast of character* in the {amous 
crook melodrama, "Within the Law," 
thus offering an entertainment as 
brilliant as it was unique in local 
amusement annals. 

Miss Griffin is a young woman of 
splendid stage presence and magnetic 
personality. She showed herself to 
be an artist of genius, developed by 
skilled training in declamation and 
pantomine, by, the diverse character- 
izations she offered in this popular 
play, whose stellar role. "Mary Turn- 
er," has been made famous by such 
artists as Mary Nash, Jane Cowl and 
Margaret lUington. The play is one 
of thrilling interest, well-sustained 
suspense, ' with dramatic climaxes 
skillfully worked up, furnishing an 
excellent vehicle for this splendid, 
versatile race artist. 

The! audience was a small one In 
ni^mb^rs, bus enthusiastically re- 
sponsive and UIbs Griffin, by popular 
request, will repeat her performance 
before leaving California at a time 
and place to be announced later. All 
lovers of artistic," dramatic entertain- 
ment are urged not to miss the next 
and last opportunity to hear Miss 
Griffin. 

Bev. S. M. Beane, pastor of Hamil- 
ton M. E. Church, delivered the In- 
vocation which preceded the program. 
Miss Elmestine Jones contributed a 
pleasingly rendered vocal solo, "-My 
Task," by E. L. Aashford and Owen 
A. Troy, talented jrlollnist, played that 
perennial favorite, "The Rosary," 
which was received with appreciative 
acclaim. 

In conclusion, a few well-worded 
remarks were made by that scholarly 
Divine, Rev. H. D. Prowd, of eBthel 
Baptist Church. 

Don't forget to watch for the time 
and place of Miss Griffin's next and 
last appearance in the Southland. As 
a great artist and as a worthy Race 
woman — she merits our patronage! 


"WHERE DID THE BIBLE 
FROM 7" 


COME 


Mr. A. N. Bontemps in his historical 
lecture' will clearly show the origin 
of the Bible. 

Mr. Bontemps haS| many stereop- 
tican pictures to illustrate this worth- 
while discourse. 

A good mtisloal program has been 
prepared for this lecture which is 
scheduled at the Bast 38th St. Church 
at 7:46 P. M. Sunday, June 10th. 


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AlKjioods Sold Under a Money Back Guaranttie \ 
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I A general hospital, new and modem in ev- 
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Surgical, Medical and Maternity Wards. 

iNui-se Training ibepartment in connec- 
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U finder of' Bible, inscribed with 
names ot- Isaac and Fannie Johnson, 
left ^t Y. U. Cw A. within the last 
two week4, will return sanje to Eagle 
office, 824 Centi'al Jkrenue, he or she 
win be duly reward^. Bible very 
valuable for memories and associa- 
tiona! 

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E.CJENMNGS 

LAW OFFICE—Notary Public 

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FOR THE INVESTOR AND THE H0MESEEKE;R 

Orr\ Central Avenue. 
Soon tW^be a 100-Foot 
Boulevard to the Har- 
bor of GreieMter Los An- 
geles. 

25 Minutes From 6th 
^ and Main. 

CONVENIENT CAR SER- 
VICE. 

Over 40 Factories to 
be Located in this Vicin- 
ity in the ne%r Future. 

Inidustry Makes Val- 
ue— The Workers Must 
Have Homes. 

An Unrestricted Snb- 
diviftion Surroiindei^ by 
Tracts for Sale to White 
Pebble Only. 

With the Cheapest 
Prices and Lowest 
Terms. 

No City Tax^s. 

Come i3ut and See 
the Improvements go- 
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Oil Rights with all 
Lots. \ 

Reasonable Building 
Restrictions. \ 

This Tracts Legally 
Recorded in Book 69, 
Pages 88-89, Maps L. 
A. County. x 

Full Size Lots— $610 and up- 
i' Bring $10 Deposit 

The Above Prices Include the Following ImjH'oveinents for which NO ASSESSMENTS 
Will be Made: Streets Graded, Oiled and Scarified, , Cement Sidewalks and Curbs, 
Water, Gas and Electricity— For full Particulars Call SOUTH 7620. 

Only a Few Lots Left in this Unit I » 

Prices Increase 10 per cent JUNE 15, 1923. To get in on these Lqw Prices act Now! 
Over $5,000,000 worth of Lots sold in this section since October, 1922. 

New Unit Opens For ^sde, June 15/23 

Reservation Deposits NoW Bei|ig Received 
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT -«8. 
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(By Tti< Awwyiated Nvflrol Pma) 
HarriBbnrs, Piu Juae 6.— The Com- 
mnnity Chib of HMrrisborg, composed 
of a representative jgronv of colored 
bnalnesB aod proCeMtoaal tkBn, mln- 
U^rs, Y. M. C. JL wdrker* and others, 
presented Dr. E^mmett J. jSoott, at 
Howard University, on Sunday, May 
13tb, in t^ (irst of a series of ait- 
dresses to be delivered to th^ colored 
people of Harrlsburg. Dr. Scott spo^e 
upon the subject '"Health and Educa- 
tion" in reaiKnwe to the snggestion 
that it was the desire of th^ leaders 
bf the colored people ,of H^risbsrgr 
to awaken interest in that subject. 

A special dinner was given by the 
Community Club, of which Dr. Ste 
pben J. Lewis, a graduate o Ithe Den- 
tal School of Howard University, is 
President, in Dr. >Scott's honor at thp 
U. M. e. A. The meeting at the $ee- 
ond Baptist Church, Sunday evening 
at which Dr. Scott spoke was one of 
thb most splendid gatherings ever as- 
sembled in Harrlsburg. 


Atlanta, Ga., June 6. — An attractive 
and unusual music festival was pre- 
sented bjr the colored children of the 
various public schools Monday night 
at the Auditorium Armory. A,esthetic 
and folk dancing occupied part of the 
prograhi. Aiming the numbers were: 
1. The Sign of the Season, Wesley 
Ave; Tambourine Drill, South Atlan- 
ta; 3. Folk Dances, Dimmock ; 4. Par- 
asol Drill, Carrie Steele,' Bailor 
School; 5. The Spirit of Spring, Roach 
Street, Gray Street; 6. A Spring Rev- 
elrie, E. P. Johnson; 7. Swing Song 
and Dance, Ashby Street, Mitchell 
Street; 8. Drill W. H. Crogman; 9. 
Bumble B. Polka, Houston Street, 
Storrs School; 10. A -Dream of Ha- 
waii, Yonge Street; 11. The Ivy Queen, 
Bell Street. 


REV. JONES' 

TRIP EAST 


Plans For Gospel Convention in Lou- 
isiana Next August 


Rev. Jones has recently returned 
from an eleven weeks' trip Eist. in' 
the course of which he spent ; some 
time with Pastors McWehb and (Dunn, 
in Chicago, Pastor Jafckson, In I India- 
napolis; Pastor E. N. Higginsi and 
Mrs. B. M. Smoot, in Cleveland, jOhio;' 
Pastor Boyd at Madison ville, ! Ken- 
tucky; with the Church built by El- 
der G. A. Goins at Nashville. Penn.; 
with Christ Temple at Jackson. hJiss.; 
with Pastor Joe King at Stockville. 
Miss; also with Elder G. L. Bogan, at 
Sessums, .^rtesla. Cohimbus anfl Qk- 
alona. Miss.; with Pastor P. E.| Wil- 
liams at Meridian, Miss, and El^er J. 
W. Colemai* at Leland , 

Later, Rev Jones went to Fra^klin- 
ton. La., to be with the Lord's people 
under EHder H. R. McKinnis, at tbs 
home of the Illustrious and faithful ▲. 
J. Scarborough. He Journeyed to Bo- 
galnsa. La., In Prof. B. C. Cook's 
roadster From there he went to Lit- 
tle Rock, then' Alexandria, La., to be 
with Dr. Jeter and Pastor William 
Mitchell to arrange for the great and 
glorious full gospel convention to he 
held there beginning the first Siinday 
in August, and last ten days. \. 

Until the convention meets. Pastor 
Jones will remain at his Los At)|geles 
home, guiding ' the spiritual desUnies 
of his own flock, preaching at 111 a. 
m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday, and iWed- 
nesday at 8:15 p. m. | 

A large and appreciative cong|rega- 
tion greeted Rev. Jones on Suhday, 
May 27th, his tirst appearance bince 
his return. ' 


FRBNO 


At the General church meeting ^on- 
day night the' following , members 
were chosen as the BuHding Commit- 
tee: I Trustees B. K. Edmonds, J. B. 
Geary, P. L. Reasaw, W. Edmonson, 
R. Mason, C. S. Brown. C. E. Moore 
and W M. Johnson. Sisters Irene 
Hinds, Addle Ritchie, Llla Edtnon- 
son. Ethel Davis, Alice Foster, K. 
Hamilton, Anna Brashear, L. Stioffer 
and L. Guess. J. P. Geary was Sleet- 
ed chairman of the Building Conimit- 
tee; Mrs. Irene Hinds, Vice-Chair 
man; B. K. Edmonds, Secy.; Ci S 
Brown, Trcas. • | . 

Rev. C. C. Carter ai^d his loyal band 
ot workers are making a aincer^ ef- 
fort to . erect a beautiful church ■ edi- 
fice at their new location at E ' and 
San Joaquin streets. Under the di 
rections of those chosen from the 
membership ot the church' to tierve 
as the building committee much good 
can be accomplished as the oomnilttee 
was carefol and well cho§en. 

Eev. C. C. Carter and wife i left 
Wednesdky for the Bay Cities to re 
m^n f (V about 10 dayb. Our pastor 
hM not been ao^eU lately and we 
pray for ft complete and ajteedy res 
toratl^n tor this eflLciest young pas- 
tor Ba4 God's bleaaiBca ia his under 
tftkiacs. 

Children'iB Da^ will be observed i the 
2ad Sand^ !■ inly. 

Mn» Lulu Pbbb. Worthy Matron of 
RofttBia Chapter left Simday for Val- 
l^io to ftlitaiid OtMid Chapter. 

Tuesday Mrs. Penn is leaving for 
thr^ months' visit In Chicago' and 
points of Interest throosfc the Easti 


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will pay you to tee what we have to offer in Impnyved 
and Unimproved Residence, Business and Industrial 
Property, Large and Small Ranches, Etc., before you Buy 
Elsewhere. 

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PROPRIETORS OF CREOLE BEAUTY SHOPPE « ' , 

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PtaCE OF PREPARATIONS 

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Creole Pressing Oil ^ .50 

Creole Hair Tonic. 4:,...: .76 

Creole Dandruit Cure , ^0 

Creole Shampoo—^ ~ - .75 

Creole Face Bleach .75 

Creole Face Cream _... .50 

Creole Brown Skini PowdeK. '. 75 

....Wigs, Transforraations, Curls, Puflfs,jBraids and Switches 
made of Creole Hair. Pressing Combbs and Tongs. Climax Hair 
Straightener for Men always in Stock — Costumes for Rent.— lOe 
Extra for Mail Orders. . j ^ 

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Crrtarad :*• 8«eond Claw Matter at 
^**^ Peat Ofllca of Loa Angolea, undar 
•m A«t «« Ceiiflraa^ Martii 2, Ml%. 


Ail nawa mattar muat r«laeh thta a^ 
Hea nat latar than Tlmradi^r A. M. to 
■iBMra puMic^tion In eiirrarrt laaua. 

Adyi*AHtna rate* mada known up- let US build more securely, lay 


en apiiUeation. 


AMBITION. 


~. ', Z '. ^^ ^ ' ' . , ^ suiro(»litqc effects at gunfiSK __..», . .. • -v . 

to rise earfy in tiie morninir, ciotUiv iwtli in tlia winiter and the »•**• J^ ■t«w»^trtnlra * jAto- 

wait nfn table, run elevatftra, summer ke«pa at *fr Wim tt* aWn. 5*' *^'l''?^<^* •*^J»«^ 

cko^ t« ^ o«^ i.«»-^ w "ir between the nether sarmenu and P«rf*Mion. Thh nUcta niot anly the 
snort, to do any honest work to Kg outer aurfoce is reuoied. Ahimnlj it affects tM race. An en- 
secure education, or to -get on l • * • ' ] . tertalnhient for the heaaSt of thf 
in our business. Splurging Vaiuaa are Various ,^«1* wi.f **« hfi^^oiJl'^t'SS b*^" 

-- * * When you occasionally observe an !?««▼» e^r^i** •*«^i?°i?**iJ**'.'' 

^. . .., ... oppressive Sensation Jndoors. In ™'»«»J«»e ^^h at 8 P. M. This is 

are gettmg automobiles before crowds and elsewhere, the falntnees everybody's chance. It Is a worthy 

they get houses and homes, that ensues way at ttm^she due: to occasion for a iqost *orthy canse. ^ 

the vain attempt of the sldn to throw Our Yoimg Men 
°r v\P.l^ *° respire fresh air. The yo^ng men for war and old men for 
air bath thus accommodatas the nefeds council was the irioKah of oM. But 
of the skin. > . ^est we forget, and that we be mind- 
It provides freeMhalaUOh of gases ,„, „, ^ur surroundings and clrcum- 
and the obsorbtlon of fresh air. Un- gunces,. suppose we make a resume 
less the poisons which modem cus-of.,t|,g activities of the young in and 
toras of wearing apparel dam up into ^bout business. The hsppy result 
the pores of the flesh are wlthdrawrf ^j,, inevitably mean young men not 
as well by air baths sunlight and wa- o„,y ,0, physical, buf today, for the 
ter baths, the vitality of. your Mood 
and brawn cannot expect to keep 
.pace with that of your fellow-laborers. 
There are many reasons why air 
baths accomplish mucb good. They 


must go. Too many Negroes 
«UM 

^ 'fhe cart is. put before the 
horse. The shadow is being 
accepted for the substance. 

This wiM never do. No one 
is fooled but ourselves. In- 
stead of merely putting up a 
strong front with a weak back. 


pbtsttma Bad itfUrldpsla. 

In aia>e«r ISlC a^Utw w^.paoM 
fotWddtag the leatingof ^Htta 
Tteto. - . ■ , .. T/ . 

The Iegl8latoi« alto paaaed an set 
forhlddldg the ns^ : of the "BUck 
Auntie" And passed I an act limiting 
the flne- or t^rm of tmprieohment 
which a Judge may impose for vag- 
rancy. 

If those acts are enforced, which 
we belera they wiu; it win mean that 



THE HtROCi 


short-skirted 


a firm foundation in fundamen- 
tal achievement growing qut of 
praisewortt?^ ambition. 

More ambition of the right 


^ .- „_ little ^ granddanghters. 

Bring, laurel «nd myrtto. ort nnd hv. Oraany is mtotakeoTber JodgBMnt ia 
And wreaths of rosea, white and gMd. «ir|ied. The modem" girl Hves ip an- 
And drape their grayea' on thla holy other world fronr thkt in whdh even 

j t w - J . \.w «. _ . ^y V . her mother lived. A thoiuuutd Influ- 

an end has been ma«Je to th barter of ^,th the lUg they loved In the daya .„«» touch her that w»f*»ot known 

men ^wlll h« nicked on o nthe iiUaht. they gate, iftnt. That adiaatme^ may aenn 

The white la the smoke of the belch- strange fa» older follt but it deserrei 
Ins fun, «' ayinpathetic undreatandlng. School, 

And the ^lue Is the blue of the sky, jicj^e. girl and young womeD organic* 
they cleave 'tiqna will reveal the; rank and file oi 

To gain thie stars in the- crowns they' 


"WITHIN THE LAW." 


One of the besetting sins of race to adopt, 
the .Negro race is the lack of 
of ambition in our young men 
afld women. Too much time is 
lost at pool playing, dancing, 
baseball, basketball and cards. 
Not that these sports and 


intellectual and ftnancial wars. On 
Central Ave. alone you meet young 
Drs. Pillows, dentist. Williams, den- 
tist, Stovall, medicine. Green, dentist, 
Canaday, dentist, Towles, me4iclne; 
Willie Roberta, undertaking; Harrison 


kind is a worthy slogan for our make the skin more adajttable to ex- 
posure, less prone to the sensitiveness an^" WauSiir.' AmwlSin" Woodmen, 
which makes you fall a victim tp the josllu Josephs and Lewis, photogra- 
Inlfections called "coldsj" the bloOd In pj,y . George Beavers and Houston, In-' 
t fie skin Is ihvigoraied with oxygen gurance; Bateman, woodwork; and 
which spreads to the farthermost cor- many others scattered here and there 
nera Of your anatoiwr: it dlverU the Th,, gj ^ formidable array ot.young- 
thou^hts and emotlona, and in more g^e„_ pludkily purauing their chosen 
ways than there Is space to describe, avenues of life They are making good 
BYesh kir baths give aW and comfort jn ,p,te ot the efforts of some more 
to the powers of human health. aged individuals hurling Insinuations 
Dr. Le^is will answer for readers of at youth, for fear that youth with iU 
tfivp all nn«.'« timp to mpr*> nn<L«j has^ever enioved andthemor- t^i'spape'^, °>edicai. hygienic and courage and vigor will swoop down 
give ail one s time to mere pass- nas^ever enjoyea, ana me mor sanitation Objects that are of general on antiquated "deas and snbmes-ge 
ing fancies and fads. al lesson, to say nothing about interest to the public. He cannot al- them with the more modern a^u^ 

to-date. The Negro like other races 

Where jg beginning to belleve-hi lu young 

Interest, gnj to know that their minds are fresh 


The Melodrama in three 
acts rendered by Ada Bell 
Griffin last Wednesday even- 
amusements are not highly de- ing Curnished one of the most 
sirable, but it is^ mistake .to unique programs Los Angeles 


al lesson, to say nothing about interest to the public. 

There is too little initiative in the artistic interpretation, was ways undertake to prescribe or offer to-date" 

Negroes. That explains why worth the price extracted from advice for individual cases. ""•- - ■ - ■ 

f * „<• *i. *i ._* *„ ..,_ ♦Va^* «,V,« «,o,»,n tr. >,«o^ or.,^ the subject Is Hot of gepcral 


men^wlll be picked hp o nth« slight 
est pretest^ ancTframed out to pay po- 
litical debts. It wlU mean that no 
longer will the 'black mhck ot the 
glades and< swamps become the last 
resting place for those who were 
dealt the denth blow. 

The spotlight of human Justice has 
been turned on Florida and she has 
awakened to the enormity ot the can- 
cer which was gnawing at her indus- 
trial vitals. It took the death of a 
white lad to do it, and the influence of 
a Dakota legislature to show it the 
way, but has been done and thousands 
of poor Negroes will reap the benefit. 
* * * . , 
She Was Not A Negro 

Down In Luray, "Va., a woman. made 
the dying request that a pet ben which 
ahe owned should be killed and buried 
with her In the same coflln. 

Her friends were anxious to agree 
with the request so they caught the 
hen and sought to separate her from 
this mundane sphere by the 


won. 


young women live asisweet, as tender. 
as! lovingly ambitiotti as ever in the.-' 
VMi- There are more Intelligent 
mojthers today than ever before and at, 
}o^tig as those of olden time. Their 
dagsbters are superior ot necessity, 1 
fe'^ little flappers to the contrary aot- 
wilhatanding. 


few of them attempt to run tliose who came to hear and 
businesses. The average young see. 
, man is willing to get into a post Mrs 
office job which pays about Saunders and Mrs. 


^^ , _.., letters will be answered personally, if 

However, such artists as a stamped and aiUdressed envelope Is 
A. C. Bilbrew, E. Robert- enclosed. Addrss all inquiries to Dr. 

B. Lewis, 1618 Vi East 9th Street. 


Williams, ^ 


$120 per month, and there re- and others expressed a desire 
main the rest of his life. The to hear Miss Griffin again un- 


Phones S20389 and Si24I7. 


der more 
stances. 


favorable circum- 


YOUR BODY NEEDS TO 
BATHE IN AIR. 


■n 


average young woman will get 
a teacher's job in the schools 
and remain till retired on a 
pension. Too many young men 
from our colleges are content 
to be railroad porters for the 
rest of their lives. 

Now there is no dishonor at 
working on a pullman car, 
teaching school or clerking in 
the post office. All are legiti- 
mate, useful kinds of work. But 
. Negroes should desire to ad- 
vance as rapidly and as often 
as possible. A white man will 
become a city councilman one 
year. A few years Uater he is 
trying for the State Senate. 
Later we see him running for 
Congress. A few years hence 
he may be governor of the 
state. Then his eyes get fas- 
tened on the U. S. Senate. And 
haying reached this high Pis- 
gah, his stare is next on the 
■'Promised Land of the United 
States Presidency. 

This is as it should be. One 
should have the ambition to 
a4vance — to go higher. If a 
derk in a bank today, one 
should hope for the tellership 
within the next few years, then 
the assistant Cashiership, the 
cashier's position and finally 
the bank presidency. 

Of course, we realize that 
this deadened ambition on the 
part of Negroes grows, partly 
out of closing the doors of hope 
to them in America. If a man 
of college training can get on- 
ly a pullman porter's job, the phere? Sunlight and air are, if pos- 
man of no education says: ^"''*' '"°" '" demand by your viui 

"VCTaU mViai^'. ♦v,^ .,„« ^f „^^Z.j tissues than water. Maladies that are 

Well, What S the use of spend- nurtured by sUle, indoor g«ies-air 

ing tnouaands of dollars for is rarely found in Its native purity be- 

education, if the : investment tween four walls — at times, tadie away 


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A chord from which most speakers 
find ready and Instantaneous response 
nowadays, is any mere or referential 
statement concerning the flil^ancial 
gouging', and quantitative instead ot 
the qualitative condition ot our Min- 
istry. The reaction is gree^t, andXthe 
populace seem bold and loud in- tb^ir 
acclalin when denunciations are hurl- 
ed challenging the men of God to look 


active and alert. They learn. r{3taln 
and practice. They plan, they do, 
and feel by no means disposed to sit 
in any gathering or meeting arguing 
In a circle till down. They deride 
the jealous, cut-throat spirit in busi- 
ness, and pi-actice the professional 
ethics so long forgotten by some of 
our fellows in business. This gcoup 
ushers in a new era which will ef- 
fect the unity, strength and progress 
ot our people in the fasure. 


COMMENTS 

By W. i. Wheaten 


Foo'ish Prejudice 
The late Booker T. Washington 
up and lift up, or cease unprepared \nsed to tell a story which had a two- 
eflForts to befuddle the people. It is^fold meaning. One was the manner of 
useless for anyone to ' attempt ■ to ;9Slng color prejudice, or r^her over- 
Btille this rising tide of public senti- ^okiing it, for your own convenience, 
ment.' t6r the well need no physician, apd the other Was to show how fool- 
but the sick had best seek some resort ishljr ignorant 'those who exhibit col- 
or occupation conducive to their or prejudice are. It was during one of 
health. Ministers who are prepared the Doctors speaking tours of the 
and able b^eA not tear the slightest South, knd after the meeting In the 
suggestion or tritlcisqr' off^r^d by any- city, whcti^'the incidbnt occurred, be 


ing routes. First they tried the chlo- 
roform road as the most direct, bat 
"Biddy" made a polite declination and 
absolutely refused. Next fromolde- 
hyde wa« used with theisame result; 
so the "High Ix>rd Executioner" 
brought the block and the axe and 
"Biddy" departed by the route which 

* ' * ♦ 
Pear comes from Ignorance and Ig- 
norance From Environment 

There is a little Island called St. 
Kllda, that lies off the West of Scot- 
land. It is a lonely little spot and Is 
isolated from the regular trend of 
travel. 

A party of vslitors recently thought 
to give a little diversion to the folks 
and arranged a movie show. 

One ot the films delpcted a railway 
train in motion, and when It came 
rushing down the screen in a close up 
the audience broke up and fled for 
safety. ^ 

It that audience had been som^ 
color other than white, columns 
would have been written abont the in- 
herited Instinct ot tear which were 
the relics ot jungle days. But this in- 
cident did not happen la "DixIe.'V 


Man is his own star. 
♦ * ♦ 
Life Is no primrose path to travel. 

■ * 1* * , 
Jesus Christ belonged to the true 
race of prophets. He saw with open 
eyes th mystery of the soul, drawn by 
its severe harmony, ravished with its 
beauty. He lived In It and had his be- 
ing there. 

-- * f *• . 

Thought may work cold and intmns- ingi "on the wing" ot-the Lark for 
Itive in things, and find no end, or Sad Franeiaco; the first named gentle- 
unity; hut the dam of the sentiment man having business of importance 
ot virtue on the &eart gives, and ia ia the North, pertaining to the various 
the assurance thai! law is sovereign fra^mal ordafs ia which he holds ex- 
over all natures; and the world, time, attcd positions, and the latter gentle- 
follow- space, eternity, do [stem to break ont man being bookde ta fill numerous 


J * ON THE WING. 

J. B. BOSS, popular > editor of the 
CaJitorBla Eaigle, and Hon. Cbgndlar 
0«{en, editor ot the New York Mes- 
senger, flitted last Wednesday even- 


into joy. I lecture engagements. 

* * • . With regard to the popular yoong 

The thing we c^ll clvIHzatio|i ■ ia . New Yorker, it is reported on good 
nothing in the wor^, nothing but-sea- authority that gloom feigns enpreme 
timent, the Incarnation ot the .invis- in Jour "very highest" social cirbles, 
ible idea. Gverythiog in creatloa that since , the sunshine ot his ^eeeace 
breathes and speaks, are but the re- ha^ been withdrawn! 
flection and embodiment ot the soul . - ■ 

ot their creator. I|Io i race ot nation VENICE'S POPULATION INCRCAS- 


can b>Sg exist in tb« s&me atmosphere 
and bt- the summit of their glory for- 
ever \ They eithM- go up or down. 
They never stand itlU. 
■. * *i * 
Evil is mere privative, not abeelote; 


EO 

Bight-pound little Kveiyn' 'Elisabeth - 
Takor, 607 Westminster Ave.. Venice, 
Catlfomia, born Monday, June 4th to 
Mrj and Mrs. John QuenCy Tabor la 
among the latest of onr gronp to aak 


it is like cold whlfib is the privation recpgnlHon in the beach dialMct Both 
of heat. All evil is so much death or mother and daughter are in fine lieaiih 


Benevolence is absolate 
So mucK beaevofence as a 
;h llife hath he. For 


superstition, idol- 
never reach that 


WI^S 
wa^. 


"PERiscore" 


body, but 'good or bad, nijr man or- 
dained by the Almighty' to preach! 
Wastes time when he attempts to de- 
fend the springing np here and there 
of quacks called by nobody, and 'lit- 
tle store ' it>om cllurches which re- 
flect vastly more than they add. We 
love to think of a religion with clean 
cut, intelligent and business like men 
attached just as any other profession 
or Occiftxition that merits talent and 
time. We deplore the pesslml.stic. 


wh< 
had to re^U^ the train leaving at « 
certain hoin(lnOnfer to be in time tor 
hig next enMntnent. v' "it 

He found a\ eBbman dosing on the 
box of his cabV and' awakening him, 
made known hn dedire to reach the 
railway 8tatIon,|atid effked the amonut 
of the tare. 

The cabby's^t^id, yawned, and 
peered down Into the face of Booker 
T. and observ&g the color ot ills, 
would be, tare .|exclaimpd with indig- 


By Dr. E. B. Lewis, B, Sc, M. D. ' 
1818 1-2 East 9th Street 

* * * 

Your skin gasps for breath as mucb 

as it thirsts for water. Pefhips you 

tak.e your bath In a tub every day, but 

do not bathe in the God-given atmos- 


down-cast, slothful, unprepared son of nation that be lisd nevep> drove a "nlg- 

righteoosness who would have us be- ger" in his lifel "Oh well!" said the 

lleve that others can have all of this great educAor i"you get Inside and I 

world, just give us, Jesds. This was will drive, 1 titi , drive a. cab very 

good doctrine in slavery, for there well." The doctor drovd himself to 

was nothing else ■to look forward to the station, pal| the cabman Nine dol- 

but Jesus. But in this day and thne. lar, and caughri his train in time for 

when everything and everybody is ac- the next engag^^nt. We wonder 'it 

tlve and alert, we need religion that that cabman after considered. Ahow 

Will make A hdbest, active, keen, ag- foolish it was li accept payment ^^or 

gresslve and good citisena. Any his foolish prejtdlce. \ 

church or pastor that opposes such a Among the freaks in a circus was 

program is .agajinst progress. And tat midget, a la^y whose breadth wan" 


Grand Chahcellc 
vestigation o fthie' jaffarlts of the 
was instituted! 'Supreme Chan- 
S. W. Green visited the state 
and decreed that an airalt of the finan- 
ces be made. It IS now claimed by 
those opposed to the present admin- 
istration that $10,000 was loaned to 
the Supreme Chancellpr dr the Su- 
preme lodge by the endowment board 


and spirits and John Quency wlio ir 
aUb implicated Is still celebrating via 
flie "Pure Havana," chocolate de 
cartnel foute. ■ - . 

SLEY CHAPEL ' 

Re,v. A P. Shaw, Pastor 
esley moves on in its progressive 
way. Bach Sunday finds the pastor 
furaishing 'sermons which are jewels 
in thought' and preparation. Last 
Suslday was communion Sunday and 
some 300 souls were made glad by 
being able to again commemorate the 
death and suifering of our Lord. 
1>e Orsan Recital Was the expect- 

- ^ ^ ., „. . - ., ed teaanre. B*ch Sunday it is a rare 

secuted and cry ont^ Him wkom tWT u^^ to Uatai Ibr fiSeea Btautes to 
**'*™^ * * 4 ^ ;, the well arrahged aad adatoably 

T» finderstand man, we mmik T«»*13Cf*lSJ?^lwK*? LMgve'^i^ 
beyond the individual man and hU ws ^^^f, ^^j.^ Sunday evening had one 
tions, or inte*e8t and view hhn to ^ ,i, i^^ner meeting Sunday. Vr. 
comblnation wfith his fellows. It is bi g ^ jjy,^ g^^g ^^g j,j j^ ^^^ y^. 

heard by the 
opened Tues- 
day jevenlBg wHh a bang and It wentj 
over tiie top In great shape. It meets 


nonentity. 
|ind real. 

man hath, so much {life hath he. 
all things proceed^ oat of the same 
spirit, which is differently nam^ 
love, justice, temperance in its dif- 
ferent applications. 
* * 
Man fallen into 
atry. sensuality can 
stage ot lite to be really happy. Men 
who blaspheme God, curse His church 
and turn away from His teachings, 
may think they are immune from fur- 
ther appeals from God's Saints, but 


before they fclose thieir eyes in death, 

,. ; j'' . , they will seek kim' whom th«^ per- 

(By Thi Associated Negro Press) 

1 8«T«ia»a(.^4k;,- Wt 6.>-PythU«» 
Cireies in this stale are much dis- 
turbed over ' chaises and counter 
charges which are fiyihg about be- 

^7?be\°r*r£Sft"^^S^°r\?ed^S Z^Z^^^L^.^^'^. ^'^^ ^ Ur^.Wa^dd";^eryei 
iceUpr to the State, '"»<' ""* becoihes what he can be. In xjevfvt. The Uterary 


society an altogether new set of si>trit 
ual activities are evolved in him. S9- 
clety Is the genial element wherein 
his nature first lives an* grows. The 
solitary men sjre but a smilll portion 
ot themselves and must continue for- 
ever folded in, stunted and only half 
alive. 

* * * 


each first and third Tuesday evenings. 
An All Men's Concert is scheduled 
for June I6th at which time All Men 
win participate. P«%ons continue to 
and all departments are con- 
growing. 


jpinj am 
nnnilly 


preme louge oy lue euuuw.n«ui uuu™ ^ ^ joined . himself with man. -uJ rwRISTIAN CHURCH— 

pnd that the audit expected was never ^ , J ^^^^^ ^ „, , ^^ X^w .^h BirJh B^rfJ^^ 

made, that money belonging to the ^",„,^„. .„„♦.»?„».«« „Bioi «. «th and B.rch Street.. 


, , ^ . . J J _j miraculous, ' unfatfaoraaMe union ea- 

grand lodge has been squandered and ^y^^^^y^^^ ,tge,t. ,„e ^ ^, ,tg elemenU. 


churches wbich^ fail to add to the 
good of their communities great or 
small should be run out ot business 
with good ministers taking the lead. 
Dear Old Howard and Meharry 
Yon can never forget your fostering 
mother— your Alma Mater. 'When 
she calls whether it be feeble, or loud, 
weak or strong, you love to answer. 
The two pillars of Ne^ro education 


equal .to her Ieni;th, and the specimen 
termed the "What Is It" Preliminary 
to the performance bte freaks were 
parading the arena. 'The tat lady- 
midget fell, andr^owlng to. her peculiar 
shape, was not able to regain her feet. 
The "'What is it?" seeing- her predic- 
ament offered t^ assist her, but she 
rolled over and aeelng his color waved 
him away, and lay la that position un 


will JJOt enable you to do any *''*" saturated by the sunlight atmoa- have been challenged. The deneral til one of the "Shite employees came 
more than one who spends no- "••"" i!v.....h„„ «™.,„ <„..„,,»h w ,.k„ r. ... ..,.._?. 

thing in training?" And there 
is some logic in the contention. 
The answer to thia is that 


fK« tiHtinail n>on i* i.ao^..r .^.k^.^ to a 'couimon practical method where- 
the tajuied man IS ready when by persons could take atmospheric 

opportunity arises. Negroes t>aths in the aHnllght as. regularly 

prior to the war were denied every day as they take their meals, 

places as machinists; they ^* usual, many medical men consid- 

were rsfosed opportunities to TL^l^ l^^T^'^^t'^^.^^^X 

work m the bailding trades as Lahmann, of Dresden, took up the 

skilled laborers. But along matter seriously at that thne, 

came the war. More men He installed air baths in some Ger- 

were needed. They were need- Z^*^J?/f, '^,'t^?'^ ^t^x^^ 
r,.A -4~U4. *u n»L i. 11 i than many public parks, woodland, 

ea right then. The^fcall went meadow, pasture or other greensward 
oat for mechanics regardless of 'beyond the buUt-up suburbs are en- 
color. And in stepped Negro <:Io"«d and flitted with lockers and ap- 
brick masons, plasterers, ma^ J!^"" *•', "?bLJ*5^*"t. ^'*.' 

,x,;^-^_ «* TTj ii. i baths are also prmrided to be used at- 

uhimsts, etc. Had they not the air baths to ^move the perspira- 
tion, dust and dirt. "'Air bath mea- 
dows," as they are called can be eas- 
ily 'eatabUahed at practically no cost 
in the gardens br hack yards of any 
dweUihg. 's 

* * * 
Very Eaailr Ulatfe 
Screens and hedges aecure the prt- 
being ready, they were able to 'f^Jl'^^ '^« pnbUc and private 

- ■ - - air bnths. In England the charge Is 

2 1-2 peace to enter the air bath es- 
tabllshmenta and to stay aa long as 
your please. Separate "air bath mea- 


Phere. ., Education Board founded by J()hn D. 

As tar back as 18«5, Arnold PikH, a Reckteller has said to the Howard 
Swiss obeerver, proposed that doctors 
stop talking idly and wildly abont 
fresh air aad sunlight." and get down^ 


been prepared by previous 
n-aining at Hampton, Tuskee- 

!ree, St. Paul School, and aimi- 
■r industrial schools there 
would have been no time to 
wait three or four yean for 
them to learn the trade. But 



to her assistanqp. 

The pin-heaSed "'What is it?" 
showed a spirit fof helpfulness: What 
did the fat lady inidget sho^v? 

^ well dressejl white map boarded 
a street car and tok oa seat along 
side of a colored man equally well 
dressed. Kvlden^y the white man had 
not noticed the i)olor o fthe other, and 
when he did, mowed his seat. When 
he was comfortably' seated along came 
a man, also white;, who had evidently 
been tolling In soime' white substance 
which adhered ' to bis idethlng, there 
being hat two vacant seata the toiler 
preferred to alt bjr the ilde of one ot 
his own complndoh, and when he 
baa proved fatal 'to se many of her 
kind. i ' 

Bat what we wish to know is. Why 
the request and w|iat prompted it? 


^t in and probably intrench 
.^iiemselves so far as we know.. 

it is certain tlMt|' should ' tJi^s 

/ebmigration iingftflllfiH off, the 
- Negroes will baiHptft fntrench- 
'"•d in the industry in every 

p«^«f thi« lutiott. 
' ^# need more mbition and 

'iMirs scnae of sacrifle« 


Atty. Uwis IC BaelU, 
V dflfc^ t22 Central. AvanUa, 

«- ,. ;,',««one 160^ Aj". 


arose to leave the'^ar'he left the im- 
press of his (cenpanionship all over 
weU dressed c^red man. Foolish 
color prejudice. .' • , 
,»•<.■• 
Florida Paenage No Mere 

At Ust ViaiMa^pitiva^ heneU et the 
baneful dlaesae M peonga Irhich has 
cankired for Twra^er'MIr PoUttb. 

The ■yatem o(,9eoaa(e'haa corrtipt- 
ed the men whojwere jrespohaible fOr 
the Joat enfotdetfent of the )a« it has 
heastlJtUsad her jStdges; hraUUsed her 


tTnltenlty .Bohp^. ql Medicine, '>Tob sheriffs, ai)d ma4e thieve* and per- wl 


dows" tor chUdrea and women are an ;ae«ae4' 1^ TMr km and ymr lurerS of all wh^ came nnder the 


malBtalned. The sports asd light «z- easntnr. ttr^'toa^ibt diucger of kMdhr 
erdses directed far women dtSer Cmn ytmt ataaMUk; TWa wlir gtvr yo* fof nv 


those pUuuMd Mr Biea, 
A h«Uk— wto^wr air, water, nad, iro^lri^at|M•«llii«^aB«qatf aawvat 

light, d^ebrtettr or whathat--has tor W 4^vl«t. umi"- Qf th^ aaMtait lire tai4lri>lar 

ftitMHw Its oWeet tt* h«^th t*. the sMn aad «£trJM has 'faMa nisedr'^ttiii |» rBikofii Hifl; ? . .^._ 

*P'<»V irthar idirrfcflBKlaat gluls. a the or- j9lL\a\ittilmS^ lbmi»^^f^^ 

tfiaary opwse of hu«Mf„««J«tenc« the now "ClaM%" It irfU tase Uiis sUriMh ^nu^fper J»w wi^Ifi!^ 


ittac iBllaease At ths xtMKmaf 
that-pmB|>Md ^M hiw wU^ 

fe-' ^ ■.■■■.■■ ■ .- :■ 

ttrafit'to 


that ofllcers are carrying members ot 
their tamilies on the pay roll who have 
given no service to the order. 

* . - * * ' .-i 

NASHVILUS. Tcnn., June «.— The 
ttvo colored candidates for the Citjr 
Council from the 3d and 4th wards et 
thisXclty were defeated at the election 
last .NTnesday. Eightrtenths ^of the 
votersXin these -wards /'are colored, 
there Iwlng only about 30 whit? voters 
in one wsrd and about 60 in the other. 
The majoMty of colored- men claim 
they votedNfor the colored candidates 
and their defeat is' a pnzsle. "There 
must have, been no bottom In the bal- 
lot box we voted In." said one irate 
colored citisenv Considerable dis- 
satisfaction exists as a result of the 
outcome. HtlaryV B. Hause, favored 
by the colored voteks, 'was elected. 

* ■ * 

Tonronto, Can., jJme 6.— "Strut 
Miss Llzsie," owned UM trained by S. 
H.Dudley, the w^D-known Colored 
comedian, and' mouBted\ by Jockey 
Smallwoodi captured the VCavendlsh 
PUte at Woodbine Track Cut Satnr- 
day. In the presence ot Lonl Byng, 
Governor General of Canada, Md hia 
staff and a Crowd ot 30,000 speeutors. 
"Strut" ontdistanced a field of eWen 
and her performance- was loadly\ap- 
.planded. Doing the t tnrio^ga in vf 
she rewarded her supporters hai 
somely, paytng 17 to L ...Roht P. ' 
wards: 

*■*.*,-■ 

Trenton, N. J. June «.-^he Harding 
Addo^iaaUraUoa was cmanrM in ^ 
resolntioa adapted yesterdv fi-V 
State «on(er«nce ot <iokrt«d Repabll- 
eaaa held in tlie d^sseignhly ChiUatiar 
tpr Its Zattare to appoint taoBCk edl< ^ 
oradjim to oOea.^ The tad^paadaaMf h«p ,. „ 
ot Ijihtj fall's election were tii evidence. tnbji«l; 

Th Natlaaal Admlnistratiim was al- iMtfa. 
ao criticised for vajrlBC 4eC(t«toe to sC 
'Sin'wlihBS «tid wishes M th« Soath, IUl 
{was descrtbed as iBUtteaO/ a. i»,» 
hMtiM fltfld whidt avrast ihUfkn. ta 
oiwestuui to Repi^leaa.P9ttBMa. > -. 


The Chvrch is sailing . smoothly 


has become Intensified, consecrated, al""^ ""»> «" r'*.*'^''"°iT^T'*Ki^'H 

The Ughtning epark of thought g«U hav« come against ter Yet Jehfljsh 

erated, or rather heavea^klndled. ta «• •»«'' rt^htful owner and the Era-, 

the solitary mind awakena Its express S*^* \ •>"•' ,^PJ^ '„,"".. ??3j 

likeness in another mind-in thon- SP'I*' her pilot. The Bible « both 

sands ot other minds and all biases up '"r .Aiart and compaM, and we beUeye 

together into one big brotherhood of ♦^ f^ enough to guide her safely to 

man. Knowing neither color ot skin, *'^ 


nor superiority of creation, but as God 
willed it, that oqt Of the dust of the 
earth, he mtlde'man and breathed into 
him the breath of life, and he becomea 
a living soul. 

, * * e 

LAW MUST BE ENFORCED 
The matter of law enforcement Is 
simply one .of getting the proper view- 
point in connection with one'g citlsen- 
shlp dntleb. It makes but little differ- 
ence if one be dssaified as a wet or 
a dry, as that general classification Is 
understood .when the question of law 
en'fottcemeintis fai|sed. There is only 
one side to, ^ISt question, only one 
place where '/the law-abidtng citlsen 
may take vosltion. If government Is to 
survive anid be effective. It property 
and life ar^ to be kepc , laws mast b« 
enforced and applied aa they are writ- 
ten. There IS' no halt-way place. It 
law; may be eet aside at the wish ot 
the indiyldual, then aU laws fail and 
esverament, as it is now organised, is 
at an end. Disregard ot law. and laek 
«t enforeekn^t td^ make It' effective 
undermine goTemtiieaL 

■ f * * ' •. '^ 

THE PM^PPER IV 


Rev. Brother Williams filled tite 
pulpit both morning and evening. At . 
11:0 Oo'clock his subject was thai 
words of Jesus; St. John 4:26. "Jesus 
said unto her. I that speak unto thee 
am he." And at the evening hour his 
subject was taken from the IS Chap, 
of SL Luke and the 18th veran. "I wUI 
arise and go' to my father," and these 
sermons and especially this one is 
helpful. This boy was one ot the tem- 
ily wbo had gone astray like the 'Way- 
ward Christian or the back-slider,' and 
returned home again. These servlcM 
were well attended. We had some 4 
or 8 vitsitors at the servlcee. 

Bible School at 9:45 a. m. 

Preaching at 11:00 a. m. 

Toi^ag People'a Meeting at 7:00 p. 

Prea^sK a^da at 8:00 p. m. 
On iTnesdar -e^eidnc regular prayet 

raider P. W. ZoUer, Leader. / 
Thef public always welcome. 
ister In charge. 


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Thenr magit^te a TlJIfhlgnggg heakh oC tbesUalSvS&SriSced to 


Th* lOrtttfiwI lAM 0tar , GaMra- 

tiOB— All Ntte lOBg— llr». Hi to t'*-. 
B. ^^TOirsJIBOiaAtTOK OMt- 
!>»!, mxm.: liBaiitjr. Ivie IMk. 
I mmli'9m 'Kifl the BUek aad 
Tair iW lisgM-^to iday at Midalto— 
;Oiufr.^tll|:4|3rii«ak!' 


iECOftO BAPTIST CHimCH— ^ 
• The! church passed through a ms- . 
',,ir,. r^^.-rKn .' SOB Of refreshing rivlval services eon. 

laltier alwirs geU attention dneted by Dr. W. F. Botts of Omaha. 
' her deserts. The uansnal is >ieb»sa»s. All peraons ^10 vers re- 
-^^ - —^'-^ konae msy havs a eeived tor bsptlni were hapUsed V7 
Imf the one tkat the.paitor last Amday. ne dnireh 
I flt a stnraiy. aigttt Mtl#'cli***d ms,-«R the SoBtkegst 
s4ila w 9l6k-'!llm-^'''<»»m* Tw«)(9HM|gtk sti««t asd 
tha^ da <ka^noh- ^aMtt ArwaiB tw fa kaiURBg sMb. 

iS& thc^wers WaSwOlhettWeas.Batly aapqs- 

agdeistresssd,^ ov«r9sJnt-vfihle f^t* tke asw; edttee. 

KUBaa ■'■'. Dr. aooae of tkacut deUverM the 

Is oae sMrmslB laM-SBadar^^aigkt The Taaiih- 

M aad ars T^teiag ClailB ooadacM br fm 

^mi^ MoatgdOMry at ;ths ehiflNk 

. grea^ daooesa. M 

got ti a l ih e ik from 

who dajr askools. 

gets i^ardWll to the 

^ #^.iiN«dar- mmm St 

aa» dp i j te j>k* s sYd i n glPti a 
aUtrttj 

ate' tkst-'jyiig'ritela 'anoafe ' tka 


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PHONE 150-44 


A PAPER WIITH A HEART AND SOUL 


$2.00 THE YEAR 


VOLUME THIRTY-SIX 


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, NOVEMBER 11. 1922. 


NUMBER 34. 



PACIFIC ELECTRIC MUST 
MRS. STOKES $300a 


PAY 






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Afue MeOowtll Wint Dam«9e Ca««' 

Mrs. LUlle Stokes, fonneriy of Fur- 
' lODK Tract, Ix)s Angeles, was, on Mor- 
day, awar<l«d verdict for Three Thous- 
and I>ollars, In her suit against Pa- 
cific Electric Railway Company, for 
damages because of her being thrown 
againitt a <)ost, by the sudden move- 
ment of a car, at Blast Tiint] street and 
Long Beaqh avenue, Ja.st December. 
Three women and nine men were on 
the jury. 

Sftvere Injuries. 
Afne Mcpowell, her attorney, 
brought out fntestiinony of witnesses 
that the car started while Mrs. Stokes 
was on the lower step, la the act of 
.alighting, ami that after she struck 
the post. .»he was in the act ot {ailing 
backward iinde^ the car, when a col- 
ored man. James Fair, quickly caught 
her. When she became con.^cious she 
had to be lurried horn, where her 
children streamed, and much excite- 
ment followed, on the family seeing 
her helplessly pla<ed into bed. Dr. 
Mablon C. t'ooley testified in detail, of 
her serious internal injuries; and in- 
formed the jury that such fall was se 
Tcre enough lo make an Invalid of al- 
most any woman. The injured wo- 
maa woa coollned lo b^d until Jan 
nary 19; and is still weak. The doc- 
tor bill and nurse bill, besides loss of 
time from her work, were considered 
^ >y the jury. 

Testimony showed that the starting 
'signal was given by a high school 
boy, who. with the conductor's con- 
sent, often signalled the motorman to 
Btart the car, while the conductor was 
collecting fares. . The railroad's, at- 
mltted that this did not excuse the 
company for starting the car too 
soon; but contended that .'Mrs. Stokes 
was .in fault. 

Last year. Attorney McDowell won 
a thousand dollar judgment against 
the Ix>8 Angeles Railway Corporation 
because of a boy being thr.own off a 
car, and being kicked by a car crew: 
bnt thl» latter case is now in the 
St^te Cburt of Appeals.. The brief 10 
theilormer appealed cas^ was printed 
by l^rCfUforBla Bag^e.: 

LUCILLE E. BANTON'S 
TRIUMPH. 


BY: LOUIS MICHEL 


In a typical Wilkinsesque style this 
talented young wo<mn was presented 
as a osmpetent teacher at the Inde- 
pendent Church on-^ Thursday, Nov- 
..,*/n6Vr 2nd and won glory and golden 
■iplniotM from her 400 admirers that 
live her flowers of flowers and flow- 
J'n of speech. She is as great as Pro- 
^ssor Wilklns is himself. A year or 
more In Europe with her brilliant 
piano opportunities would bring Miss 
Banton into her greatest capacity. 
Wilklns and danton are now in sepa- 
rate fields, but their joint glory Is 
still undivided and undiminished. 

A.^ingle star on a single instru- 
ment — the Piano — I'ln this one 'sen- 
tence uiay be fittingly characterized 
the great and magnificent education- 
al! Piano recital for the benefit of the 
richly deiierving Miss Lucile E. Ban- 
ton, whose friends had gathered 40U 
strong at the well located auditorium 
of the Independent Church of Christ, 
corner ot Paloma and ISth street, on 
Thursday, November the 2nd. 

.Miss Kucile E. Banton is a gifted 
Pianist of rare abilities and a charm- 
ing personality of classic mould and 
almost perf&ct statnesque beauty. Of 
the female gender there may be only 
two more persons of the 'Ethiopian 
race in her class as good pianists — 
sW is a musical host in herself and 
as an original artist, an inventive ro- 
manticist, a resourceful sentimental- 
ist and a creative genius. Miss Lucile 
E. Banton can be littingly called 
either a or the most ravishing girl 
performer on the Piano In this city, 
counting hi the very best ones that 
the race hag so fat* brought out. ' She 
is a clean and thorough musician with 
high Ideals and large vision, with 
deep seDttment ahd broad accomplish- 
ments. She plays with all ot her soul 
and never will she sacrifice the mel- 
loiir strains of finest sentiment for the 
cOnmanding strictures of simply iron 
-clad technique, though shd knows ful- 
ly yfhkt technique means on the ^iano 
and she is a very strict and cleVer 
dlBcipUnnrlan. 

Professor Wm. T. Wilklns was 
ne«dfully at liand on that eventful 
and life-shaping evening of Miss Ban- 
ton's recital and to this learned mu- 
sician is due tin, everlasting praise* 
for having (JetectlM the fulminating 
mns^lanly endowments of this youns. 
Ia47 m years ago, when he started 
h*^ out witb not a single bit of knoir- 
l«d|[» about any of the Intricate path- 
■mmr* of music and raised her in this 
tllort time tfl the pinnacle of Piano 
kMMHedse and Piano teschlac. pto- 
ifiitlnc ber witb a (Dll-fle<it»d cer- 
ate m a competent teachar com- 
freA «Kh. itreamtnc iaarets (Min 
trOktB'a plana acadeniy^ Hftere 
lMBki«lii«^ Mkor aaA'ioN. 
;«l'«|i *Mit Iflm Butia«i»niM 


II I'nn be said without fear ot con- 
railiction that with the possible ex- 
eptions of .Mayme Lowe and Naida 
cCullough, no greater young Ethi- 
opian piano teacher ever faced the, 
winds and the zephyrs of richest 
Piano playing in. this city. And it 
can be furhter said without any at^ 
tempt to be extravagant in praise thaf 
of all the three girls as performing 
pianists. Miss Lucile E. Banton could 
never be placed as the third one. but 
In certain, perhaps not all things, 
would be foremost and oftentimes in 
the lead. A joint redul by these 
three gifted women \yould be rare 
and appropriate and may do much to 
de.ar the atmosphere and as we ar.- 
writing on we think of another able 
pianist, that may he acceptable from 
all-star-glrls-piano entertainment and 
that is Miss Hazel Cottschalk. who is 
both clever and jiopular. 

_\1i.ss Bactou's programme was very 
profi;'se and of the widest range. dei:p 
as the sea. high as the iiioiiutains and 
ripher than the richest pearls or tcoid. 
In two parts she played' all these 
cunibers--Berceu8e from Jocelyn by 
Dtnj. (lOdard; March wind by .Mac- 
Dowell; In the hall of the mountain 
kings and the march of the dwarfs by 
ICilward Grteg ^lud the preaf sonata 
F'athetique by the matchless L. van 
Heoihoven: Lullaby at Sunset by Wm. 
T. Wilklns; valse Brilliante. A-Flat 
major by Fr. Chopin: Elegie by E. 
.Sollet: Alice by Asher; Kigoletto by 
Verdt-Liszt; 2U minute Piano lesson 
liy Lucille Banton and Professor Wm. 
j T. Wilkins in the very practical, 
throbbing, amusing and exhilarating 
flesh: and G. min. Prelude by S. 
Rachmaninoff concluded this rict^ 
and most varied pefformance. 

.Miss Banton hava full and lucky 
chance to demonstrate her leading 
skill and her deft and exact concep- 
tion of all the many phases of grand- 
est music and in her refine^ and win- 
ning way nothing coarse, jakz-like and 
tickling only the fancies I and the 
whims of simpletons and (ools was 
allowable. Her recital fas filled | 
with real big Spots of richest iiiusic. 
easy or lazy weaknesses fok" the shal- 
low-minded were absolutely exclud- 
ed. It wali~k Canton night lof marked 
talent — a Wilkin's co-operatlion as the 
girl's teacher for more ihan four 
years efficient teaching and learning. 
That a great teacher li,ke Professor 
Wm. T. Wilkins could tri-ing out a 
wonderful scholar like Miss Lucile 
Banton was and is and bring her out 
fully as able and as original as be is 
himself, that seems to be the great 
wonder in the musical circles of this 
city, as far as our Btbtajpian and 
large-bearte<l white uiusiHaus are 
concerned. Seldom, if evei*. Is a girl 
scholar of the Piano as mksterful as 
her grand and powerful man teacher, 
but in this case it must be ; admitted, 
withput taking the crown olf a genius 
away from Professor Wilkins. that 
that fine-looking, always ready, bee- 
like toiling remarkable girl, Lucile 
Banton Is as capable and as original. 
if uot quite as picturesque and tem- 
pestuous, as the Professor himself. 

What better eulogy then can we 
cite to boom up the just "and truthful 
claims oT this Juno-pianist of this city, 
Miss Banton '/I Never before in his 
life and never, perhaps, again will 
Professor Wni. T. Wilkins point to a 
greater reincarnation and female re- 
generation of his (twn musical genius- 
than when he singles out Miss Lucile 
Banton,^ for It is a high compliment to 
Professor Wm. T. Wilkins to tell bin) 
boldly to his face that the positive 
proiluct of his school, iMiss Banton, is 
as great as the Professor himself. 

I[ is indeed, a great thing to start a 
green scholar on the keyboard ot the 
Piano and watch for i',s years how 
this great girl-scholar, step by step, 
note by note, play by play, year by 
year, finally approaches, then equals 
and at last compels her own teacher 
to admit smilingly that the student of 
the past is now a teacher of the pres- 
ent and ^s gneat a teacher at any time 
as Prof. Wilkins was to herself in her 
dyys of struggle and her years of 
deep study. 
To reach this exalted height of 


LOS ANGELESTO HAVE 11 ATTY, 


LEWIS K.BEEKS RE- 
TURNS WITH BRIDL 


After several yeqrs' stay in Wssh- 
ington, where he completed a four 
years' course in the Law Department 
of Howard University, Mr. Lewis K. 
Seeks retiirned to his home in this 
city, Monday, October 30th with his 
Chapel, and In iltl2 when the pr*''-'-"! 
bride. 



Iftta SIgmi fratprnity. was class d 
hater and, varsity debater. InJiis ju- 
nior year' he wag President W hta 
class, was representative at the Na- 
tional (^^oBvcntlon of Colored frate^n- 
tties which was held during the East- 
er holiday of this year — among the 
universities of national representation 
in attendance at this convention were 
Harvard and Yale. 

Last June wbfH Mr..Beeks graduat- 
ed, he received degnft's L. LB., and 
A. n. as honor student from both 'de- 
partments. 

But after achieving the success and 
receiving all »iie honors . iljat one 
coulil bopp for w])0 had madejbis ow'n 
way to the top. .Mr.'iSpeks before re- 
turning to. his home town conferred 
upon liim.seir lh« greatest honor of 
I hem all wheu beidaimed as his bride 
.vlisH .viadalyne vyesly who is a high 
.s<Jiu<>i graduate of V\'ashli)Kton and 
.-I luilllner. ;. 


ISO 1 


Mrs. Mad«iyn Beeks 

Mr. Beeks grew up in Ix)8 Angeles 
and received his early education here. 
He is a conslstant member of Wesley 
management took over the Eagle It 
Was he, then a young lad in school, 
who came forward and offered a, 
young woman who was struggling bis 
unqualified Support, heoOe l.,ewis K. 
Beeks is 'responsible to a great extent 
for the Ute df the Bagl^ for in 1914- 
when he left for Washington the old 
bird was on a sound basis. 

When young Beeks packed his grip 

and was off for Howard he realized 

that he had to make his way, and il.«s 

I Angeles will he pleased to know that 

this young man has made good. 

Entering Howard as a freshman in 
1914 young Beeks soon made himself 
felt in tbe Dramatic and Debating 
Clubs, was Parliamentarian fo the Phi 



MANAGING EDITOR AOORESSE 
...COLLEGE STUDENTS. ALSO 
ARRANGED i PROGRAM FOR 
EVENING. 

By George Hi Duncan. 
Tbe Managing Editor was sele.cted 
by Ren Kenngott of First Congrega- 
tional Church, 9th 4nd Hope Street to 
address a class consisting of College 
students on the Negro problems Wed- 
nesday night. In addition to this she 
engaged Mr. Marshall Cloyr, I.iOs An- 
geles' foremost tenor, and Miss Bill- 
brew to render a few selections to the 
classes of that church. > 

The selections renjdered by him 
were popular church songs. By his 
clear and expressive tone he proved 
-his abbility as an artist in this line 
"and was commended highly by the 
members of the clas.ses. 

.\tr. tloyd Is a former student of 
John .Smallman. the greatest teacher 
on the Pacific coast. 
, He v,as assisted at the Piano by 
Miss Helen kuth Duncan^ 

The public will have the upportun- 
Ity to hear Mr. Cloyd in a recital to 
be given at I'asadeiia ik the near 
future. Those enjoying purity of 
vocal art, beauty of voice cannot af 
ford to miss this recital 

.Mrs. Bllbrew renderde several se- 
lections froly Paul I,awrence Dunbar. 
Her expression was very good and 
was well delivered. 

The closing iiumlK-s "By and By," 

H. T. Burleigh's famous song was 

also rendered hy Mrs. Biibrew. Tbe 

affair was met . by approval byb all 

•vUttending. 

To say that 'the superb rendition of 
these varied numbers by Mrs. Bii- 
brew was a revelation to this large 
white audience is but putting it 
mildly. The audience sat spell bound 
and as each number was rendered 
burst forth in spontaneous applause. 

it was indeed inspiring for one to 
be present and hear the peerless man- 
ager ^f the Eagle as she stood upon 
the platform of this great Congrega- 
tional church and addressed the L'ni. 
versity students and members of 
classes on this, ocf::a8ion and ax the 


LLOYD GEORGE 


BY: CHANDLER OWEN 


D a-v i if- • Lloyd 

jGeorgo, First Lord 

\6t the Treasury and 

jPrinle Minister, has 

Ifallen in Britain. He 

ll 8 u n questionably 

jtbe most outstand 

Ung personality in 

the world toda>. 

His ability to main- 

{tain bis unique and 

tiovel position in 

tlnglish i>olitics has 

distinguished his ui\- ' 

fninistration as a ' 

Ruper-flovernment. ; 

He is the last ^f the famous "Big- ; 

Fo4ir." Clemanceau of F.-ance. Or- ' 



PADES LOVER : 
CALIFORNIA ; 

By Owen A. Troy ^ ... 

.^ - \ 

If the twelve spies who v.'ere dis- 
patched to .spy out the land of Canaan 
in the days of .Moses hait; been ^nt 
out to look o\'er I>ower California, 
-Mexico, they would have returned 
t)eaTing a big. juicy watermelon In- 
stead of a bunch of grapes. And in 
lieu of speaking- of the land as 
■f-owing with milk and honey." they 
would have s|H.>ken of the land as , 
"Howing v.lih AvatBrmellons and wild 
^a};e homy. " 

.\l the ren'iest of "Ye Editor*" I am 
to wriie :i little rx>nc<^rning ray tripi 
to tL<- •■•goo<lly Hand." Santa Clara 
laiido of Italy, and Wilson of .Americ^i , Ranch - the holdings of the Ix>wer 
niei their fate immediately iheir re i California .Mexftan l.and and D^velop- 
.■jpeclive constituencies trot ii chance i ii.ert ( ompanV. 

at them. It remained only for the j First, I shoulil like tio venttlate the , 
"Little Welshman "to .stem the tide of i:,,-a that the avnrsLgff Los Angeles' 
r.-action and l;eep himself per<;hed on [ .\eKro holds concerning Mexico. H«». ' 
th. Pinnacle of .<!tinful political jug i .,huffl'>s upto me and .says, "Oh. j>Ott's. 


Mr. Lewis K. Beeks 

Mr. and Mrs. Beeks are happily 
doniKdIed with Mr. Beeks parents on 
E. lath SI., where they will be pleas- 
ed to receive their friends. 

It is not known just how soon it will 
be before Mr. Beeks hangs his shingle 
afl"r which he will no doulK measure 
up 10 the best in his line. 


N. A. A. C. P. GIVES RECEPTION IN 
HONOR OF MME. TALBERT. 
Wednesday evening the Y. W. C. A. 
furnished a pretty setting with its 
wealth of freshly cut flowers for a 
reception tendered Mme. Florence 
Cole-Talbert. The ladies sponsoring 
the affair were Mesdames. C. llulbert, 
Beatrice Thompson, Bramlett and A. 
Hill. The program was a treat with 
the following persons taking part.. 
Mrs. S.. M. Reeves — deading;* Prof. 
Anders6n — reading ; Prof. Biggers — 
reading; Prof. Greer — vocal solo; Mr. 
T. A. Cole — reading; Muie. Talbert 
also gave two selections. 


MISS YOUNG TO. SING 
■ Miss O. V. Voting mejuco-soprano, re- 
nouned jubbilee and gospel soloist, 
formerlly with the Ma.son and Vir- 
ginia Jubilee Company, will be so- 
loist at the I'opular Directors ■ Con- 
test Tuesday evening November 21. 
Mios Young i sthe daughter of J. Mad- 
ison Young, D. D. A number from 
tbe various choirs under the direction 
of the conte.stants will suppleifient 
Miss Young in this program. Get 
your tickets of the choir whose di- 
rector or directress is your choice as 
friend or musician. The dlr^tor 
witb the largest following will be win- 
ner of a beaatlful loving cup. 


HARDING TO GIVE AUDIENCE TO 
LEAGUE. LODGE ARRANGES 
MEETING WITH PRESIDENT FOR 
NATIONAL EQUAL EQUAL 

RIGHTS DELEGATION WITH 
DYER BILL EXTRA SESSION PE- 
TION AT NOON NOV. 4. 


•'lie p. 

Coming from a |)oor family, of ilii? 
middle class, and rising to the first 
place in British pulillc life is no mean 
achievemtnt. It is a ckreer not only 
full of ilramatic thrills and popular 
•idmiration. but i.s replete with l^e 
illustrations of whot persistency aid 
tact ma.v and may not accomplish, 
what opportunities mean when 
Krasped at the most strategic in- 
.itants. A mine of inspiration for the 
youth of all the world is packed in 
the rise of England's greatest Pre- 
mier. 

In 1S16 Herbert Henry Asquith, 
England's "scholar in politics." was 
forced to resign from the Premier- 
ship. King George sent down to Par- 
liament for a man to form a new 
Government. This was the beginning 


jils 


r«n,.i...i<.„ n» K«^> ..A !-„„. .K V, "^ ^^^ stomy coilrse "of the "Welsh 

conclusion of her address the house -At-j^^.j 

came forth in probably the greatest 
demonstration ever given a speaker 
in this historic edifice. Her subject 
was, "The Social Side of Negro Edu- 
cation. 'U 

On this occasion Mrs; Bass had 
both been invited to speak to the 
classes aud afterward in tbe Assem- 
bly to provide a program which has 
been described as above. Great in- 
terest is manifested in the study of 
the Negro and Indian which has been 
the topic for the past four weeks. 


ALLEGE MISTREATMENT OF COL 
0()E0 SOLDIERS IN GEORGIA. I 
ADVANCEMENT ASS6CIATI0N 
WRITES TO SECRETARY OF I 

WAR. 1 

Inquiring into "frequent charges" 
of mistreatment of colored members 

_^ , I of the 24tlr United States Infrantry, 

BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 3L 1922.- 'Stationed at Camp Benning, Georgia. 
Today Senator Henry Cabot Lodge l"''\T,Tj'J^V,X'!lJ^",iZ.^Z 


swift efflcienty and bompetent mu- { 
slcianship was', indeed, a wonderful 
feat on Miss Banton's side and the 
great delight of her 400 participating 
friends was shown in the 20 or more 
floral pieces that were given her and 
the marked applause that greeted her 
at the conclusion of every number. 

Professor Wilkins was very timely 
witb his realistic readings and des' 


L CONTEST ENTREEf 

The entrees to date (or the Choir 
Directors Contest - to be glt^n Tues- 
day evening Nov 21, under auspices of 
the Y. W.C. A. New Hope^ Baptist 
Church are as follows: .'Tn^ssor 
Elmer- C. Bartlett, A. M. B.i Mrs. V. 
B. Murray, Mt- Zton Baptist Church, 
Mr. Robert Mitchell, C. M. B. Choir, 
Mr. Barton Highbougb, I^ew Hope 
baptist Choir. 

Mme. Florence Cote.Talbert enter- 


(clepboned to National Headquarters 
ot the National Equal Rights Leagtie 
at 34 Cornhlll that in response to his 
request,, sent at the I.,eague'8 soUd- 
lation ha had received a telegram 
from the President's secretary stat- 
ing that the President would grant an 
agdifence to hte I^eague to present its 
IM tiUon on the Dyer Bill E^ttra Ses 
slon at noon of Saturday, November 
-llh. 

The League started the petition for 
iiu extra .sessldn soon after Congress 
liu dadjourned without reaching con. 
sideration of the Dycjr Antl-Lynchtng 
Hill, as a means ot expediting, if not 
actually saving, the bill which wat. 
left next on the caWadar to the Li- 
hcTian Loan Bill. 

Thousands of signatures have been 
secured from over 15 different states. 
One from the President's home 
iown.*Marion. Ohio, another is from 
Tulsa, Oklahoma, several from Geor- 
.i;ia and MiaslssippL 

T^e petition will be sent by a mes- 
senger from Boston wUo will conduct 


crlptions of the great composers' lives , talned a few friends: Tuesday even- 


•erv^M—^' -*- 


and toils and in presenting Mias Ban 
ton at the beginning ot every number 
showed by the quaint Inflection of bis 
voice, when he said "Miss Banton," In 
both a plalotive as well as a pivnd 
tone that he was both happy and sad 
— happy because she was so able and 
sad because the roada are separate 
and the stniggles divided now! — 

Rev. N. p. Gre^s made a most fit- 
ting and pleasing i^eeclf when he pre- 
sented' Miss Banton witb ber bard- 
earned teacher's certificate and lik; a 
most feeling way, witb a modest, 
trembling vetee that shook witb emo- 
tipn and gimtude, and tbe tears al- 
ma«(.^clalin^ Ix^ eyes.. 41d Misa 
Baoton jgMatflr- 
;:WbatlNS:4«^ Miss Banto^ aiedT! 

Wm olKyiM «M ana M ' liS^U 

iM(« travyl lo 

TMtaq 

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ing in honor of the birthday ot ber 
mother, Mrs. Sadie Cole. The friend^ 
were received at tbe home ot beri 
parents. Many lovelf presents were 
received by Mrs. Cole. 


ATTENTION! 
M. S. Sledge who has been with the 
Orange Realty Co., 1400 Central Ave. 
(or tbe past 4 years Is now managing 
salesman •for Clarence Ennis Co. He 
is ready to give you tbe best-^f ser- 
vice in buying, renting. Insurance, for | 
good, buys In real esute doat (aH to 


the audience. The point sought will ^^'ar Department, 
be to get tbe President to specify (he 
Dyer Bill In his Call. 

The race Is askedd to send such a 
reqiuest to the President from Sun- 
day on— Individually, through 
churches, lodges aad organisations, 
and from all political meetings held 
Monday night; alao to ask their 
senators and congressmen to write 
the President. 


such as to warrant Congressional in- 
vestigation. The -Association for the 
Advancement of Colored People, 70 
Fifth Avenue, New York, tcxlayy made 
public a letter to the Secretary of 
War asking a statement from the War 
Ospartment. 

The letter asks that th» War De- 
partment state whether it is true that 
the colored regiment has been de- 
prived of its arms In a community 
that rMieuts the presence of colored 
men In Cnited States uniform: wheth- 
er the regiment has been deprived ot 
Its own Colonel ond placed in com- 
mand at one [with a bar record for 
brutality to collored soldiers; whether 
tl'e War Department countenances 
advice^ from tioQimanding officers to 
coloreil Boldiet-s that they permit 
themselves to be called "Damn Nlg- 
R'ers " and remember first of all that 
thty ar4 colored. 

The Advancement 'Association's 
letter, which is signed by the Chair- 
man of the Board of Directors, Mary 
White Ovington, is as follows: 
The Secretary of War, 


AT ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRA- 
TION 


Washington, D. 
Sir: 

"Frequent reports have come to 
this office that the 24th Infantry, U. 
S. A., consisting of colored troops, 
some of thein veterans ot tbe Span- 
ish American and the World Wars, 
have been disarmed, deprived of 
their commanding officer. Colonel 
Scbofleld, and stationed at Fort Bea- 
ttlng, Georgia, where they are, in vlr^ 
tne of their being wlth$>ut arms, at 
tbe mercy, ot every brutal Negro-bat- 
ing white man.' 

"Tbe report to this office ot .tbe 
treatment accorded these colored 


llie British Govemiiii»< was re- 
organized in the midst of the Great 
War. Men were selected according to 
their ability to get things done and 
not according to their politics. Lloyd 
George had been Chancellor of the 
Exchequer and .Minister of Munitions 
In the Asquith Cabinet. He thought 
his chief incompetent to deal with 
such a complicated situation as the 
war ushered in. Pursuant to this con- 
viction, he set the stage for Asquilh's 
fail' by suggesting a committee to 
liandle the State affairs, leaving Mr. 
Asquith out. This plainlly told the 
stoical Herbert Henry to step down. 

In the new Llo^d George Cabinet 
were men of all political parties — 
the Coalition. The interests of t.he 
country were paramount. None 
could refuse tb serve from partinsan- 
ship opinions. The Nation faced a 
crisis.. 

The war ended In 191S. How did 
the Welshniail hahl his own? The 
election followed the ArtniBtice. It 
has been called a disgrace tp Britain. 
George reintrenched himself by a 
aeries of promises — "everything to 
everybody.." He said he would hang 
the Kaiser. He said be wtmld nation- 
alUe the coal mines. He {said any- 
thing that would help him back to No. 
10 Downing StreeL He got back. Af- 
ter getting settled again, free from 
any tear of immediate dethronement, 
hn was like any other politician — in- 
vasive, diplomatic, indefinite.. 

"Back to Normalcy" has not oaly 
been the slogan of the Harding Ad- 
ininistraUon, but the hope of Britons 
OS well. But ulDder Lloyd George 
they seemed to get hack slowly — if at 
all. They wanted to break up tbe 
Coalition and retttrn to the strict 
party system. What was good in 
time of war is Slot the pr6per anti- 
dote, for peace. Lloyd George could 
perform an operation on the heart, 
but the W817 Britons could not trunst 
him to prescribe for their headache. \ Crom chasing cattle to rouading up 


" Tbe Federated Golbired Women's 
Ciub will furnish a part o{ the Ar- 
mistice Day CelebrajOon program at soldiers are socb as to justify Con 


the Trinity Auditorium ^Saturday Af- 
ternoon at 1:3» o'clock, Tbe Club 
win furni$b two'churus numbers nad 
Mme. Florence Cole T^aUwrtwUI alao 

sing. 


All those wishing' to. take part in 
nag 80. 6759 or write to M. S. Sledge, ' the Cboru^ wiU mee|-«t tbe Y. W. C 
14S0 -Central Ave. , j A., at 1:20 o'clocK Saturday. Bonss 

*■ ' ".." ' . ' !-, . • - lamlllar to all win be «iog. 


JaoBtba 
Italyv! 



^""^ •"^^"LSl!?'5^i!'«„2;i!I!SJ' ^** M»t«e AlbHtton baa bean « 


«bK»rb ihrir ,a^h|9ds 


Se^^SttTT^ «»«**'** '^ 


at ttda viiaBK. 1 psrMMiit V' 


gresAlonal -Investigation into the con' 
dnct at Camp Benning, Oeorgia, by 
Its present commanding officer. Be. 
tare placing tbe matter before Con- 
it*aB, mar we have from the War 
Department a reply stating wbetber: 
"L The 2«th ' Infantry, U. S. A. has 
Itaea atatloaed at Camp- BenBing, 
Qaorgla, awl disarmed. 
"t. Tbe i4tb Infaatry bas bee<i de- 
prived oC fta«oiuuadiBC oSMr^Opit- 
onel arti^^lC . ' 
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The Conservatives in bis cabinet 
pulled-off in open revolt. George is a 
Liberal. So for tbe first tinie in six 
years the two horses be nas riding 
started in opposite directions. That 
meant the rider must (all. 

Andrew Bonar Law has formed a 
Conservative Govei^ment and tbe Bx- 
PTlme Minister has appealed to the 
country. The new election will be 
November 15. 

'Where George showed bis genius 
was in his skillftal way of placating 
contending forces. What he did was 
like a president in this country filling 
tats cabinet with both Democrats and 
Repttblicaas and f tying to keep tbe 
two parties in liae. Picture Harding 
sanctiODinK «-Ww tariff, or accepting 
Wltaoa^ Leagae of Nations. Imagine 
Wilson appointing Taft as Chief Jus- 
tice of the Supreme Court, or recom- 
mending that Lodge sb<)ttid be re- 
turned to tbe Siaate fiw*r Maaat- 
cbusetts. } ' ■ -' iV- -i •■ 

put George keirt issvas away from 
PfHty lines as iMst be eoald. He 
tried to keep tk* ^AtefMU ot tha 
cowrtry ■apremcL m Ja sakbtg Mt 
t«ta- o atfBd blni ba«k ^ «Kat acsra. 
'tfy< Matt la |a asjr baad." he aaya aa. 
W MMM Hrtia the liM tor hia t*- 
•»« tnHofd eavittf- 

^ a^d ^' 


>t back from Mtxico?" ^ • .. • ! 

— Y.-.s. sir." [_■' _ '■" 

"Hob dye like it?" he asks with a 
" co.'ue on-l»oy-glve-rae-tbe-l»ad report " 
look. j 

"f.'rfat." The answer being a Utt-^^. 
ririse. he p.u'ds. "Did ydu r^lty ' like' 
it-'" 

i;Ti siTP i wouldn't say 90. II ,1 
'liiin t. " i. ,' '■' 

"Well.' changing from one I^t to 
the other, he continues, '"1 gjbess It 
would be all right down there, iwt ' 
I'm atraid of thoee Mexs." 

".N'ow I don't know about yoa," .1 ' 
' say. allowing a little righte<His ire to' 
take advantage of my pity for his ig- 
norance, "but I feel much safer i^- 
.Mixico with the Mexicaas than I do in' 
this part of the country which is be- 
ing overrun by the souther^ «Ute ""' 
mar. who is used to lynching a OeK . 
ored maW for the least provoeatiaB.'*^' 

"Can you grow anything donw^ 
there?" 

"U'hat do you think Mexico is; a 
dest-rt?" I ask in reply lo the absurd 
question. "Vou must remember that 
Santa Clara is not more than seventy 
odd miles from San Diego. Besides. . 
that imu.ginary line that separataa ' 
I'. S. A. from .Mexico does not chadkge 
the surface of the land, neither the- : 
climatic conditions. But there is oM' 
thins noticeable: when yon crods that " 
line and get away from the white '^ 
mall. you. are treattnl as God intended . 
— as an equal, not an inferior." ^ 

Then I shew htm some photopaplHi 
of Santa Clara( the com Aetld^ 
hogs., the watermelons, pum 
two hundreii chickens, and he 
"OHO-O-Oh • with a peculiar 
lation. ■ ■ ' - ' 

At Santa Clara ." 

But in regard to my tripT lly 'ttAh- 
er was suffering from a bone^felon. aoi . 
a hurried trip from L. A. to^ auirta • 
Clara was made so as to permit him 
to go for medical attention, r 

An entire month I bad the pleasure 
of living en l1iat^Si.7Cifi-acre ranch with 
ItK multitudinous in&>rests. My stay 
was made during the interval between 
the. harvest log and the .ihresiiiag. ^ 
Since there was not much work tAr Jif' 
me to do at this tinne o^'Uhe year,.*';, 
Santa Clara became a veritable piag- '^, 
ground for me. i- 

Mexican Football -'C 

However, playing ".Mexican Foot- -^ 
ball" with a watermelon was my 
greatest stM>rt - the "Inwaid pais'' 
being my spe<-iHltv. 
!— EAGLE. Nov. ». POAGE I - 

I am sure -that the saddle hnraea ) 
were glad to see me leav'e„ bec aaa e I 
was in the saddle every day. Oa the 
trips that my couKin and 1 made we 
did everything in the travel liae from 
climbing mountains ta wadlak.- rivers 


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some broncos which niy coesin. after 
seeing them dash around In the corral 
in an "e:at 'am alive", (asbion. decided 
that he didn't care- tor a ride. "No 
scene twice seen." This was geaeral- 
ly true of our journeys. Howerar. we 
made sure that our tripe to the dta- 
l&g room were at least "twin aeea** 
a day. Y 

On tha Thresher 

But 1 soon lost that taellBg. We 
started thresMng. Five or foarvthirty 
—seemed like tiro-thirty alter work- 
ing all day — was our riali« tJaae. Af- 
ter doing the chores. I worked- like a 
Trojan pitchtng wkeaL Salttetimea 
when a fellow gets that daqt and chat 
In his eyes, noee. and 4owA hia throat 
he feels like the sea-aiek i^agaaoger — 
be doesnt care what happaaa. Walk 
I was beginning to Uke tUb wotk— 
the day after we ttntsbed. \k good «(- 
perience, however. 

A few days later jay father re- 
t«m«d to the raach jrith^Ur. A. J.l ^gi 
Rctbarta and faaiilr. ^^^ 

Be-after a few more days of so- , 
>ottrn. 1 r^eoned to tha States 'wlth- 
Mr. EagMaJtohatte oa oria of hta 
tuamt >Wsi mtis%u9r-f» Mttka" - 
tripa. iradaftta»tl«i Iha Ml— 1 ,. 
langaagi. I aalani tha tela gtmittt. " 


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!] AtTEMPTED TO EXPOSE GARVEY, 
NEARLY KILLED. NEAR RIOT 
STAGED IN WHICH CLUBS, 
KNIVES AND CHAIRS ARE USED 
IN FIGHT BETWEEN GARVEY 
AND ANTl-GARVEY FACTIONS. 

C1.\C1X.N'.A.TI. Ohio. Oct. '26.— One 
iiian was nearly murtleredd and a 
score were badly beaten iu a tight 
Wednesday night that broke up a 
meeting in the auditorium of the 
Sterling Hotel, called for the purpose 
of exposing the Garvey ni.oveinent, 
known as the Universal N'egro Im- 
provement Association. Samuel T. 
Saxoii, lecturer from New York City 
distributed' circulars during the day 
inviting colored people to attend the 
meeting and "learn the truth about 
the Garvey movement." About 600 
people attended and when Saxou 
arose to speak he was asked by Wil- 
liam Ware, president of the Cincin- 
nati v. N. 1. A. division, "Did you 
come here to expose Garvey? " Saxon 
replied, "Yes." Immediately pande- 
monium broke loose. Some one 
struck Saxon with a table leg crush- 
ing him to the floor a,nd a general 
hght ensued. A riot call brought po- 
lice who arrested sixty of the partici- 
pants and restored order. Saxon was 
removed to a hospital and found to 
have a deep stab under the right 
shoulder, a ^mashed head and a cut 
in the neck. He is a small man but 
impresses one as being full of nerve. 
He gave out the toUowing stoiry of the 
affair; 

"I called the meeting, and gave out 
circulars the day before, for the jnir- 
pbse of telling the people the truth 
concerning the Oervey movement. I 
knew that the mass of our hard-work- 
ing people did not know the truth, be- 
cause they had heard only one side 
and that the'-«fficials were getting top 
much iiicftieylout of the mov;ement, to 
let them know just what was being 
done arid the exposures of Garvey's 
methods that had been made in the 
courts and papers of Blastern cities 
1 hated to see my people Imposed 
upon, and I had no connection with 
Eason or any other former member 
of the Order. At the meeting, I stood 
alone, made a plain statement 
WARK WAS THKRE. He arose and 
said, 'Can 1 ask" you a question? 1 
said, after 1 get through my speech I 
will be glad for anybody to ask' uie 
questions, nad 1 want to ask some 
myself. He said, 'Did you, come here 
to expose Garvey?", and 1 replied, ye.". 
Then the gang rushed me." 


COMMISSION OELVEB INTO OLD 
PROBLEM. TRANSPORTATION 

OF RACES IS Subject op 

MUCH SERIOUS THOUGHT. «. 
By;A.t. J^W ■ 

Tlie comgytoi^ioa .tfiil(|ti.-jt^t trittioa, 
r(:!^uitiuK fnjjn contSi'' 
lines could jjeaccouifeed tor by the 

ignorame oj' city cuatoms ttud man- j. iwrtion ql Xr;;r(>f's to 
nerrf on the part ot the recent mi- 
grants from rural parts of the South 
who had not yet hecohic adjusted to 
the v,ays and habits of their new- 
home. Many of the ^iispeuadusunt 
home. .Many of the disputes and un- 
pleasant incidents ijfare found t;) l)e 
trivial and usually resulted from the 
desire of the clerjc-al workers to avoid 
loo close ■ contact with either white 
or Kace people who wore overalls or 
rough dirty clothing required by thu 
kind of work they diU for a liviuj. 
The report says; 

The study of contacts 


city's i)(ipiilation and "probaldy about 
thiit ii.-netit;ise of the city's street 
cur iraffic. N.gro traffic, hoJj'evor. 
instead «)l being scattered over the 
city, is luaiuiy concentrated upon 12 
lines Mliifli traverse the .Negro" res- 
idential anus and connect those 
areas with the manufacturiug district 
'dn'strefet car'^VJlero -Negroes' are nnpldyed. lie- 
cause of this coycentratiou the pro- 
whites on these 
VI lini's is uuuh hii-'her than i f>er 
cent, aiin mi smh line's as that mi 
Stuti' strict, the principal business 
street of: tile South Si<le .Negro res- 
idence aijea. it often happens that the 
iiiajijrily i of the passengers are Xi-- 
Kro,'s. 

No fJim Crow" in Chicago 
'i;i!cre is no "Jim Crow" sejiaration 
of races I on strtet cars in Chicago. 
Ciiiitat'.s .ol .Negroes and whites on 
the street cars did not provoke any 
consider^tble discussion before the 
period of mifiiation of Negroes from 
South, when occassional 


iiiiiis rutlier than lake a car. thus (o i 
aviiiil ]")sslhle eiiiliarrassment. A .Ne- | 
,:ro who lias liiin iu Chicago for 
a loim tiiui- is not self-conscious ] 
aliom sitting m.-ar white persons^ i 


Till- Ciii;;ens Civic Ueagae. IJoug- ' 
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between' I he South, when occassional stones 
whites and .Negroes in street cars ' of clashed began to be circulated; and 
or other public conveyances was j even then, such friction as developed 
prompted by a usually unexplained i did not come promiiuntlv to public 
emphasis ou apparently trivial inci- ; attention. Only one incident luvolv- 
dents connected with public convey- j uig a c lasli was n porK'd in the 
an('es, together with the observation j Hie newspapers. Kv.n since the ini- 
thal the greatest disturbances dur- I ■-;ratioii began, there Have l)een very 
ing the riot of 1»19 commonly occured iJ.""' coiiiplaints based upon 
along transportation liues and at 


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Although many clashes and other 
instances of racial friction on the 
street cars were not serious enough 
to have been reportei to the news- 
papers or to have beeq made 4he sub- 
ject of complaint, information ob- 
tained by investlgatoris for the coin- 


racial : 
iiiction. The Elevated Railroad com-! 
ii;iny. whbse SOiith Side line has the' 
largest Xcgro traffic of any elevated, 
lii;e, replied to inquiries lliat excejit ' 
during the riot of llillf ivlieu a few 
cases ol racial ilisorder were reported 
tliere had been no complaints from j 
iuotoniieii or trainmen since I'.d^, 
'iwhiii a triiiniiian was cut by a Xegro. i 


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ssion showed that the attitude of i ^'^ complaints from white passengers-. 


Ijoth Negroes and whites , toward 
each other was belhg affected by 
contact on the cars, t 

As afl'ectlng attitudes on race rela- 
tions, .transportation contacts, while 
impersonal and temporary, are sfg- 
niticaut tor several reasons. Many 


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■"MOVEMENT WILL GO ON 

[ GARVEY 

I NEW VORY City, Oct. 1'7.— Charges 

I aBaln'st Jiarcus Garvey for fraudulent 

I HSii of the United States mail are on 

the docket of Federal Court for this 

Monday. 

Tfee Department of Justice officials 
have tie books of the Black Star Line 
carefullJv audited. They have also 
collected ^buDdreds of affidavits from 
people in all parts of the country to 
wbom Mr. Crftrvey 1>»8 sold stoclc. 

Through hlsX paper,. The Negro 
World, Mr. Garv4^ has begun the col- 
lection of funds foKlegal ezpensea. ' 

"BveB If l^fo to i^U," he uid, "the 
Q»rrey WfWiQnt UlIJtNfp 09." 


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had been received since the spring of 
iaiT. when white office wbrkers ob 
jccted to riding with stock yard la 
borers, mainly Negroes, on the 
slock yards spur of the elevatid. 
White laborers in the stock yards 
luoslly live within walking distance 
whites have no contact with Negroes i "1 their work, but Negroes found it 
except on the cars and t-beir personal I accessary to jise car lines running 
impression of the'eittij-e Negro group i '^^ist of the niaiji area of Negro resi- , j 
may be determined by one of two ob- I ilence. The Chicago surface lines re- , | 
servations of ^fvgi•b lassengers. Un- ' "''"'' "'=*•' cnim.lnints due to racial f 
like contacts in • the school, play 
ground and worliShop, transporta- 
tion contacts are not supervised, and 
it there is any dispute among pas- 
sengers the settlement ueijally rests 
with themselves. Suspteldh or pre- 
judice on either side because of the 
difference iu race accentuates any 
iiiisunderstanding. And transiiorta- 
tion contacts: at leaist on (irowded 
cars, involve' physical contast be 
tween Negroes and whites, which 
rarely occur uudre other circum- 
stances and sometimes leads to a 
display of racial feeling. 

The commission's investigators, 
white and Negro, men and women 
made many trips for observation on 
the 12 lines carrying the heaviest 
volume of Negro traffic and the5.e- 
fore involving the. greatest amount of 
contact. Counts of passengers. Negro 
and white, were made, behajvior and 
habits were noted, acd passengers 
and car crew8_ were drawn into con- 
versation. OfBcIals oS silrface and 
elevated lines, starters and station 
men were interviewed. Instances of 
frictloB whicb came to ttte attention 
of the cotnmisBlon were noted and the 
circumstances studied. 

Traffic counts made by the Cbicago 
Traction land Subbtvay ctuumiaaion- is 
1916 ataoi^ed 8.6D0,(M)O wirtace riaaway 


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friction wbre negligible. 

Many of tlu^ migrants are labor- i 
ers who liiust use these lines going I 
to and froin .work, and many of them | 
are rough, mannered and entirely un- | 
familiar wiith standards of conduct in j 
northern ciitles. .Another serious fac- | 
tor is the recent entrance of Negroes 
into industry. Before the war the 
great majprity of .N'egroes gainfully 
employed were engaged in some 
of iJersonal service which did 
use of transportation 


50 Scholarships -will be given for $100.00 each to or- 
i phans and half orphans between the age of 12 and 15 
" years— Board, Lodging, Books and Free Tutition for a 
■if. term of nine months. Applicants must be of good moral 
f character, mentally and physically well and the full 
' amount of $100.00 must be paid when reporting in per- 
son or by letter witen application is made. Plenty of 
wjiolesome food, comfortable sleeping quarters, exper- 
ienced teachers. 

The school is open to all members of the Colored 
race 12 years old and up. The school has been operating 
eleven years. Write C. H. TONEY, Principal, Vallejo 
Institute, Vallejo, Cal., for further information. 


form 

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lines in thieir working clothes to and 
from' the} manufacturing centers. 
The inigrants many of them coming 
t\-ii city (ike Chicago with no "Jim 
Crow " segregation, felt strange and 
uncertain as to how they should act. 
iu fact, petuliiirities of conduct on the 
part of these were noted by Negroes 
of, longer^residence in Chicago, and it 
has been rfeniarked by white and Ne- 
groes that iWy could tell a Negro- mi- 
grant by his uieasy manner and often 
by his cluthing". Conspicuous points 
of behavloi^ of Inlgrant Negroes be- 
fore they I became urganized, which 
many wbittB noted and commented i 
on were : "loud laughter -and talking," | 
"old and ill-smelling ctotbes," rough- 
ness and bifi tendency to alt all over; 
the car." Theae are easy. to under-: 
stand when one considara t^ hack- 
ground of the aoutbem Nesri>\ Tltar* , 
ara, oii. tha <^er hand, 
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Why Did You Pick Me Up When I 
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PnUuhed every Saturday at 
•14 Central Ave., Los Ansrelcs. 

Phone 150-44 


Locally despite the? on- 
slaught made upon him the 
regular Republican nominee 1 
from the 74th Assembly Dis- 1 
itrict, F- M. Roberts, won more 

I handily than ever before, trere- 1 

„ ^ J Z~ J ^, I by demonstrating his hold up- 1 
M.^A^rNnvi'-W I7"1<,i?*f? 0" the affections of the peop- 
r.^*^!.;i!° ttrV.. il'^^l^^ %^ pie. likewise did Elmer Brom- ,r.phs 
?m'4 March; 3.: fey in the 7:]rd hurrtble his op-{kn.,wu 

■* *^* ( ponents in ihe dust of defeat 

Subacription Price 

One Year $2.00 

Six Months..". 1.25 

Three Months 75 


TRAGEDY REVIEW 
Continued From Page 7. 


A second thought we, won- 
dered if our Colored leaders 
could not get together in u 
great harmony bapquet. 

And now 'that Governor 
elect Friend Richardson has 
ascended the political heights 
California, we can really 
■Jook forward for better days in 
which all of the people will 
receive ai his hands due con- 
sideration. 


WELCOME NEWS FOR JACK 
DEMPSEY 

The news htat battling Siki 
has been barred from boxipg I ;,'j^ 
in England is welcome news to 
.lack Dempsey, for ever since 
the fighting Sengalese put Car- 
been a nightmare in JJempsey's 
penticr down and out he has 
path. 


Ri?ht here, dear readers and moth- 
►''■.■i. 1 must say-tell your children the 
truth and thereby lesson the chances 
for suth pathetic t-nding as that of 
Sarah Cieas. 

As 1 sail) in the preceeding para- 

"Ev'^n a rhild niaketh himself 

hy his doing;s." ihink St the 

i,r! aiO'-.-^s fo the ab^^t- tiiblical quo- 

U'tion.. and then rpad FYov. 20:11-. 

The. tiiTi" is now rip*" — there is n 
siuh thinp. as tiavint to commit sui, 
ciile L,-, a r<-lit-i' lo (-omiuer the f pen 
lip aii^iii.-^j in oiiHs soul to appease 
' nllucination u^causp there ran in- 
ancestors \"fins ;i strain of .Vepro 

■ lilooil. .\()t ■ Taint" . .Vo a thousand] 
t;lne^_ .\'i,, a t^train of .Ve^ro Rlood 

■ \\l;i) iirst pat that strain of Ne^ri 
Hlooil thiT*-' It iiiiisr ha\p been ari' 
'iliiuly .lfsir><l otht-rwisp it hoiiM not 

I hf poipnt. Why tlieu not acippt it 

I ai;il straitrht forward i-t-ase bee:uil> 

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POLITICAL PARASITES DIS- 
TURBED 

The curbstone politician and 
political hanger on must now 
get down to brass tacks for 
it will be many moons before 
another campaign is on, at ] 
least the time will appoa*- that 
far off wth an intervening win- { 
ter season in sight. 

N NOT UNSCATHED j 

_ A«e Ban<iuo'« ghost the wet | 

and dry i.ssue will not down, j 

and as a result of the campaign 

just closed will be to the fore- 1 or of whom 


ABOUT THE 
BILL NOW? 

Unless President Hiinling 
calls an extra session of C"on- 
gre.ss the Dyer Anti-Lynching 
bill is doomed, of this fact 
there is absolutely no question. ! i 
It was a big bluntler to adjourn ' ' 
in the first place without pass- !^ 
ing this measure. Had this ' 
been attended to there is no 
Mue^tion but that the party 
would have retained many 
seats which were lost at the 
election on last Tuesday. Col- 
c-ed voters- throughout the 
ecjuntry were worked up to the 
highest possible pitch on this 
measure and nothing that 'they 


Truth.. 

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and Kiiuality? 

who hail th»- itp- 

his own har.ds'.' 

that all Were not 

brown or blark? 

• man or woman? I & 

adow'il with the | ^ 

11?. tasting, sniell- 

g ar.d h^-ariiiK" Why all the c-om- 

:;;ot!!'n en aci oant of thn tolor of the 

si<;n or t.-xtiir" »f tr.p hair? Plant the 

s-etl <if Truth ii^anfuily and womanly 

as once plat;!' d it is evt-rlastlns re- 

produiti'.i- in its likeness and image 

whose id>?a!s are ini-ofntm-nsurate and 

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could accomplish was left un- 
done and the 
gre.ss who hac 


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member of Con- 
evaded the bill 
there N'cas the 


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.front as never before. 


Some of our heretofore de- 
penddable political workers 
have not emergeil from the 
campaign ju^t closed, un- 
scathed and come forth in the 
ranks of the double cro.ssers. 


We have not as yet learned 
of the accomplishments of the 
N. A. A. C. P. in the f^cent 
election but from this distance 
it looks like they must have 
been on the firing line, in 
!^bcth New .Jersey and in Ohio. 

WELFARE LEAGUE 

We Uke the name: "Interna- 
tional Community Welfare 
League" and when such an or- 
ganization is really and truh 
set on foot it will mean much 
to make conditions oetter for 
'a'V elasoe^ of the average peo- 
p \ Hav ■ an interest in the 
wj^-are of your brother and 
sister. Predicate your rise up- 
;. on a determination to raise oth- 
ers up with you and you are 
really and truly rendering the 
service worth while to inan- 1 
kind. We have a profound re- 1 
spect and feel like offering our 
best service to those who band ; 
themselves together, to help 
all peoples, all classes and all I 
races. 


slightest suspicion that they 
were not in favor of it. receiv- 
ed absolutely no consideration. 
T(i our mind we are of the op- 
inion that our President for the 
best interest of all concerned 
should call a special session 
and pass the Dyer bill. 

ON THE STREET CARS 

We note in Chicago papers 
an agitation is going forth call- 
ing upon our people for better 
conduct on street cars and in 
public, places, and citing in- 
stance.T where such conduct 
has been the cause of not onlv 
physicakcombats, but an agi- 
tation which threatens to stir 
up endless racial strife and a 
possible attempt to segrega- 
tion. This identical situation I 
to a large e.xtent is manifest 
here in the metropolis of the , 
Pacific Coast and unless this , 
boistrous element is curbed it 
will eventually h-ave a far, 
reaL-hing effect right at' our i 
doors and for this reason eveih' 
good and law abiding citiyen 
should do their utmost to strive 
for an elimination by drastic j 
action those who are wont to; 
raise disturbances on scree' 


n\ ►-ri^oMf'i! imr no daiii 
111?! .-^o far he,-n rf-p.irtfd 

.A. rt-piirt from V- racriiz ti-lls of 
■" .|.-slr\ii rina o' -Villa i!.-l .Mar 
plt-a.-iiF" :''-si>.-t, i> ar \ --rai.-niz by 
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tii;r !:-piil.;ii-. th.- (i:rls Hieh Srhool 

sii.iatnl on th-- .-Vienuf. Rt-pnhlK-a .Ar- 

' (i •iitiina in-\!t-xico Tity. was giv^-n thv 

! namV of iht- .Jircf-ntini- R.i-piiblic-, 

St'sor Rafael .N'i.-'o, Covt-rnor of tht- 
StatH 1 f San Louis I'otosi, will soon 
.vi^iit th" I nitfil Stati-s lo study loa- 
' ilitions and niakf contract purchase's 
for th-' varii.iLs i!.-partments unde-r his 
I coutrol. . _■ 

I The- Captain and officers of the 
I Japaiir-se war .ship Kauioi." which 
I had anchor-d at Veracruz, vi.sited the I 
I City of Mexico, and w,-r" sumptuously 
I entertaiued by th- ;>lf.-i|can Govfrn 
' -.•-.t'-lt. ■ ; 

i The- .-.rclibisiiop J-)sf \faria .Mora i 
.l''i,K:o. OI thn Uioi-.--^ bf .VIe\i(-o has i 
e--:- !:r,-n-inicaft-d .-ill yyndiul. sis audi 
iVi - forl-ii.lden the •■!up^oyIu,-■^t of syn ; 
ii'tUist niiisicians in .Mexican i 
.h'-rtl,'s. 

Tli.- (;r>-, . "-nnu-nt of .M.-xico has 
purchast-d ^nd broueht hern from 
Ktirupe .s>-v--ral nia< hin^mins of the. 
lat -St tyju-. tHsts of uiiic h were made 
in the Valbiifna field nnjr th>' City of 
.Mexico. 

-Ve-arly half the crop of* green peas 
in the- state- of Sonora has been des- 
troyed by locr.st: but what the tarm- 
e-rs ln.se in Kre't-n peas the-y are gain- 
lat; in »-hoat whiih app'-ars to prom 
Js.- a ve--y plentiful yield. 

By the- will of the lat.-.Seuora Isabe 
Pesado de .Vlie-r. who die-i| in Fra-nce, I , 
;!)•• .Vie-.\ican flovernment ha.s been ! Ji 
nsad.- Ihf beneficiary of properties in ' * 
Kfanie, E^land and -Mexico^ valued ! 
at n;.)re' th.Tn seventy million 'francs. Id 

lU'-iipral Plutarco Ellas Calles. Sec- I 
r.rtary of the Interior, one of the most I 



PORO 

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IT WILL DO THE S.^ilE FOR YOU, 
PORO WILL, DO THp WORK IF 
VOIR SC.\LPS ITCHES OR VOCE 
II.\1R IS FALLIXG 0|L-T. 


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By rerciring to the above illusrntion you will tet 
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normal and an itr.pinjed i.erve. Fig. I ♦bovm a 
ner-.-r in perfect hralth. performing ^ts /unctiDt: a« 
nature irtcnJed. Fig. 2 '^low-^ a nerve itnpinefJ 
and the ftow of \ita! energy ob'Tr'jcre-d Fig > 
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Everybody likes it. You^uy it once, you'll )juy it twice, 
Knd every time you'll say it's nice. We will trieat you 
right. See our prices. If you help us grow we can help 

you. ^ 


W, A. MESSICK, Chiropractor 

(8 Years Practice) 
O/JO .Mascn Eldg., S. E. Cor. 4tfc and Broadway 

*'^'^ Dor't .Mi.stake Number 

Hours — 11 to 12 and 3 tr> 5 ami by Appointment 
Monday, Wednesday and Kridny to b uO p. m. 


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MAYFERN HAIR GROWER BETTER THAN THE BEST 

Cures all .^calp discL^f.'^, .'^tops -air from falling and starts it 
at once to grow. 


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A NOTABLE VICTORY 

The results of la.st Tuesday'.s 
election was a notable victory 
for the Republican party in 
California and the Soaring 
Eagle naturally feels elated 
that the old ship of state made 
the port and registered such. 
A splendid -victory for the en- 
tire ticket #hrch we supported. 
We are pew promised a new 
deal and that every man or 
woman shall have an equal 
say and opportunity in our 
State government, a real busi- 
ness administration conducted \ 
really for the people and with ', 
an eye single for the conserva- ( 
tion of the resources of the | 
State and the pocket books of I 
the people by a reduction in i 
the huge expenditures as in the ' 
[past few years. As a matter; 
' of fact, Mr. Richardson's cam- ) 
paign was predicted upon his ; 
^vowed platform of economy, 
this issue he won the nomi- 
nation and subsequent election, 
enator Johnson again gave a 
ictical demonstration of his 
th with the people and 
eived a greater vote of con- 
ence than ever before, there- 
remains firm and true as 
the potent forces in our 
lent who must always 
^ned with. ' 

renarluikle was the 

i^ the iriMle Bepubli- 

.4»w» to the 


. , , I Iiroiiunt'nt fiKiirPs in the political field 

cars without any real reapt)n : iu tii^ KepuMk-, ha 

for doing so. \Ve have here in . 

this bailiwick a fine set of otii- ' 

cials and citizens who stand I 

for .. u.stice and tair play and 

v.e should retain this aniiable 


ar- 


condition to the utmost by 
holding up the standard of be- 
ing real first cla.s> citizens. 

ARE YOU A MAN? 

Well then! .\|.-et ull the other men 
at the Inilepenileut Church on Sunday 
Nov, in, morning and evening. Every- 
thing v.-ill be done by men. A tine 
ini:sk-al ami literary program has 
been arranged. Rev. Anderson will 
deliver the sermon in the morning 
and there will be three live wire 
si)eakers in the evening. 

You cannot afford to be absent from 
tlies>- services on thi.s special day. If 
you stay away you are losing some- 
thing. ' 

Are you a man? Well then be 
there! — ll-ll-r-2.. 


returned from his 
vi.-»it to .^onora. his native State. He 
rc(-.-iyed a great ovation on his 
rival. 

The Mayor of the City of .Mexico 
ha.T vowed to stop gambling in the 
City and the local judges have agreed 
that^ arrested persons shall not gain 
their niimediate liberty by habeus 
corpus ' as before, which practically 
defeateil thelaw and made reform iin. 
possible., 

,Mr, I.eon Salinas, one of the chiefs 
in thi» .National Railways of Mexico. 
stated that the railways, now nnder 
government addmiristration. would be 
returned to their original oweners 
within two months: he added that the 
audit would show a balapce in favor 
of the owners. ' 

The Confederation of Reglona) 
Worliingmen in this City has flatly 
refused ttj declare a strike in sym- 
pathy with the strike in the Brewer- 
ies of the City of .Mexico and ToWica. 
With this resQive tlie industrial con- 
dition in thi^ District will decidedly 
improve,. i 



P^^ tzxr 


LAWRENCE POLLARD inhale and exhale at your own will. 

Califoraia' peerless baritone who | No. 3 — A free open throat. 

No. 4 — How to use the jaw 

No. 5 — Keep the moath closed 


will soon appear in Recital in this 
city. Ke has sung before some of- 
the leading white chnrchse, but will 
now sing- for his own. 


WELCOME 
To our Boys and GirU af Cos Ang«l*s, 
Cat., in aii Hour of Music including 
Seven illttstratieiw o« the voice: 

At First A. M.'S. Horn Ctuirtfn Cor. 
PBiema aM Meiw < f « * U> sftvMen«bMMl at 
Dee. 2ntf at 2 ^ ii»,r > IWi^^ 

Ko: 3— itiiiwi; 


mnCh as possible. 

No.6 — The difference of a 
resonnant andf a nasa.l twang. 
: No. 7— Cnltlvmte 4he habit, always 
hear jrour own roice,.then you 
correct your own fMltft. 

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SMMMEN FROM 3 TO 14 YRS,-80 

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At Gamut Aoditorniro-taes. E?e., Nov. 14 

For Benefit 



ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 


Under Direction Lauretta Butller 

Four Knock-out Juvenile Black-Face End Men. i 

32 Girls in Flower Pantomine, featuring Weme Irving. 

An Indian Maiden's dream, featuring little Majorie 
Woods 

A Live Wire in Syncopation, wee little JuaniU Williams. 
An act tliat will make you hold your sides-Lee Haywood. 
Jones and Earl Ro]MnsoB--Who Dat. 


We do -Shampooing, manicuring, dyeing, manufa«turins, ' 
and give Violet Ray Treatments. 
MAYFERIS' GROWER oOc . MAYFERN STRAIGHTEN 50c 

(Mail Orders given prompt attention) ,.' , 

Made Only by 
MABEL STOVALL SPIVEY -? 

1424 Hooper Ave. Pbone So. 4251^ r 


PHYSICIAN AND SpRGEON 

Office Hoars: 9:80 A. M. to 12:00 il.r iklO P. M; to 3:00 
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BEAUTY PARLOR 

SCALP SPECIALIST 

Phone: West 2947 

Williams' Wonderful Excel- 
sior flair Grower flruanmteed 
to grow the HAIR one-half, 
inch a month. I cannot az:ge 
you too strongly to trj my 
treatment. No matter how 
short and ttubbom your hair 
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SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH— 
Maple between 7th and 8th Avenue. 
Dr. T. L. Griffith, Pastor. 

Sunday school was well attended 
and the lesson pnthiiaiastically taugbt 
by the teachers, lu the absence of 
our Snporintenilent Johnson, due to 
illness, .\sslstant Superintendent Bate 
served. The pastor Rave his usual 
animated and interesting review. 

The beautiful solo preceedtng the 
niorninK sermon sung by Madame 
Florence Cole-Talbert was listened to 
with grateful appreciation by the 
splendid congregation tijat filled the 
church auditorium. Selecting his text 
from Rom. S:D. "The Acid Test of 
Christian ExB(ericnce." Dr. Grlfflth 
preached with uplifting power and 
emphatic conviction. When the spirit 
of Jesus Christ takes possesaion of 
man., the believer lays down the arms 
of sin. surrenders all. and becomes a 
captive of Jesus. This surrender im- 
plies love, sacritioe. service. As 
Christ loved the world, so must his 
follower show the spirit of love; as 
Christ sacrificed^ so the Christian 
must satrilicf in a practical way that 
will bbrlng results to forward the 
work of the Kingdom; as Christ 
served, so must the diciple help bear 
and lighten the burden of others, and 
serve his fellow man. Where the 
spirit of Chri.st prevails there is not 


day was Oeneral Class Day, and the 
spirit of the Lord was manifest in a 
woaderful way. One person united 
as a full member. 

Next Sunday will be Trustee Day. 
Every member, friend, and well-wish- 
er is asked to give one dollar each, 
or more, for the trustee department. 
Our last trustee day brought us $35. 
VS'e are commanded to "Go Forward." 
The Helping Hand Club is live and 
doing great work. They give $5.00 


Pastor Ward played the roll of 
presiding elder and minister in charge 
Jast Sunday becanse our presiding 
elder^M out of the state. The occa- 
sion was the first quarterly meeting 
for this conference year and we had 
a good old fashioned Methodist meet- 
ing. Rev. Ward preached on "Keep. 
Ing the Feftst" ai 11 a. m,; and In re- 
sponse to the invitation, nine peirsons 
came to the alter and united with the 
church. ' With two accessions on 
Thursday evening there were eleven 
accessions to our membership this 
week. Rev. H. B. Gantt preached at 
7:30 p. m. Prof. Bartlett and the 
choir did credit to themselves and the 
church in the rendition of good sing- 
ing. This was a splendid feature. of 


pt'r month for the trustee depart- I both services. Holy communion was 


nient. Their Popularity Contest to 
come off In the near future, bids fair 
for a grand success. Come worship 
with us and help build up this work, j 
We are looking 'orward for a great 
meeting November 12th at 3:00 p. m. | 
with the young people here to give 


served morning and evening. Two 
Hundred-twenty-Uve dollars was the 
offering for the day. Many out of 
town visitors well as prominent per- 
sons of our city worshiped with us. 
Pastor Ward rejoices in the fact that 
forty fqur persons have joined our 



CaWornia 
Lodge 

No.<K.cfP. 
E. W. H. 


Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays of each 
month at ODD FELLOWS HALL. 
Cor. 8th and Wall Streets. 

W. C. HAMMOND, C. C 
WM. W.,BETTON. K. of R. & S. 
1654 K. 22nd Street. 


life and vigor and enthusiasm to the ranks sihce conference. Several of 


meeting. All the Sunday School 
A. C. E. league and Churches of the 
city are cordially invited to come 
over into Macedonia nad help us. 
AH are welcome. 


these were converts. 


OF 


HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL 
MUSIC 
There will be given at the Hamilton 
M. K. Church, corner of E. 18th St.. 
and .Aaomi Ave.. Tuesday evening 
N'ovember the 14th, a Harvest Home 
Festival of Music. It will be an even- 


j '°S of song. This Festival of music 
only willingnes.s to love, sacrifice, and jb under the direction of Prof. Walter 


serve, but liberty. ,\jOy. and hope fills 
the .soul. 

Following the fiile sermon from the 
Song of SuUimon 6:::li). upon the 
principb-s of the church, the Lords 
Supper was administered at the eveu- 

int; servic.'. A large niim1>cr of com- 1 i,y known artists, and 
mnnicant.-i received the adminlstra- ^ selections. It 
tion and renewed their Covenant 
One mrnibfr wtis received. 


MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH— 
Third Street and Traction Avenue. 
Rev. Archie J. Williams, A. B., Pastor. 


Howard, assisted by the choirs of 
Wesley M. E., A. M. E. Zion. Philips 
Chapel C. M. E. and Hamilton M. E. 
Churches. The program will consist 
of a large mixeil chorus, mens 
chorus, iluetts. Quartelts. and solos 
instrumental 
is to hf> an evening 
lh:Ht one cannot afford to miss. Prof. 
Ilowaril is well known and needs no 
iiitrndnctlon to tht" music loving pub- 
lic of I,os .\ngeles. Those whom he 
has asked to assist him are artists 
that are well known. This evening is 


Sunil.iy Xov,.inli.T Z\h was another I lioinp given for the as.nistance of the 
liiK day in /.ion. lioth services were | Hamilton M. K. Churc'h, and the pre- 

who love muafc, aid 


well atti'nilc<l. .\t the morning ser- 
X i<e lU v. Tins of Washington spoke 
from the subject "Get .\cquainted 
with God." .At the evening service. 
Key J. D. Shockley of Rome. Ga., 
spoke - sul)j'i.t "1 am He that I-iveth." 
' .Miss Idell Albritton and .Mrs. Al- 
i)erta Franklin tcmk the duet part ill 
the anthem 'Near .My God to Thee" 
while their brother 
took the .solo part. 


sence of all 

those who wish to, and of those who 
may not is solicited, to enjoy this 
evening of music and of song. 
CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH— 
Elder C. P. Jones, Pastor. 
Corner Thirty-Seventh nad Naomi Sts. 
Sunday, the 5th Instant was a day 
of great rejoicing for the people of 
.Mr. Albritton | Cod at this place. All services were 
Sloij. . :. plete with wisdom and in- 


WESLEY M. E. CHURCH— 

Eighth and San Julian Streets. 
Rev. A. P. Shaw, Pastor. 

Sunday was a great day at Wesley. 
The sermon In Ihe morning by Rev. 
J, C. Anderson was of unusual pow- 
er. Our hearts ^erc made to burn 
within us while he talked with us a- 
bout the way of life. The pastor 
preached at the evening hour. There 
were three accessions to the member 
ship during the day. 

This is Exchange Sunday at Wesley. 
Rev. S. .M. Beanetwill preach in the 
evening. The pastor of Wesley will 
preach at Scott's Chapel. Pasadena 
in the morning and at Hamilton at 
night. 

Special effort will be put forth to 
make this one of the greatest days 
for our churches on the Pacific Coast. 

Come and worship with us. 


BIRCH ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH- 
F. C. Cothran, Minister 


The .\It. Zion choir Is holding its | ..,truction 
own under the leadership of Sister j At 9: 45 othe faithful superintendent 
F. B. .Miirray. Wheu you want to bear | Brother S. Chisley was at his post of, 
goorj singing i-ome to .Mt.Zion. duty and began t^ie services of the 1.°^ analysis 

At our business'^meeting last Wed-] day by opening Sunday School '""'' "* "" 

nesday we found 'that our financial I At 11:30 Pastor C P Jones 
retiirns for October doubled those of . preached a strong sermon to the 


September and that September itself 
was one and one half times more than 
August. So you see we are growing. 
One addition in membership was 
made in October. .Many of the old 
niemliers of .Mt. Zion are beginning 
to fall in line with us. 

The pastor will speak at both ser- 
vices ne.\t Sunday morning subject: 
"L'nder the Eye.s. of the AllmiKhty. " 


young men, taking as a subject. 
"Whose .son art thou?" Text: And 
Saul said to him. "Whose son art 
thou., thou young man?" 1 Sam. 17:58. 
The young people held a good meet- 
ing at T:i'0 oclock p. m. After an 
interesting and helpful Bible lesson, 
Ihe constitution for hte L'nion 
read and adopted. Fred McAlister is 
inakiug an ideal president 


This church was tfie recipient of a 
rare treat last Lord's day. 'At .11 
o'clock A. M. Dr. H. B. Gantt of the 
Zion A .M. E. Church, graced the pul- 
pit, and delivered a great message, 
which was of telling effect upon the 
hearts and lives of all who heard it. 
Those who missed it, missed a bless, 
ing of infinite value. Dr. Gantt spoke t 
upon the subject "No Room for 
Christ." Luke 2:7. He declared that 
the human heart is so occupied, as 
was Bethlehem's inn, so that there is 
no room in hte human life for Christ. 
By many vivid illustrations and strik 
he sent home to the 
hearts ot the hearers.'the truth of the 
lesson ot Dr. Gantt. for those of the 
members that were, absent. Dr. Gantt 
aside from professional training is a 
preacher of great natural ability. 
At sort p. m. we had a tine sermon 
I by the assistant pastor. 1. J, Williams 


GKA.VU IX)IK;K RO»Tli»t — 
KKtOHTK OK I'YTHJUIS E. & W. H. 
Jurisdiction of California, 1IMB4I 

H. G. C. — J. J. Bunch, i'lMtdena. Gal. 

G. C. — Jacob Soares, P. O. Box «3, 
Sacramento, Cal. 

a. V. C. — W. P. Tayqlor, Sacramen- 
to, Cal 

G. P.— H. W. Noel, Pasadena. Cal. 

u. M. of F. — s A Jackson, Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

G. M. of E.— J. M Tpylor.^Los An- 
geles, Cal 

G. K. R. S. — H W Markham, rU3 
E. 14th St., Los Angeles. Cal. 

0. M. A. — A. D. Caweil, Pabadena. 
Cal. 

u. I. G. — S Gibson, Los Angeles, Cal. 

G. O. G.— W Davis, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Orand TrustMss 

F. Harper, Pasadena. Cal.; O. W. 

Talbot, Sacramento. Cal;; B. F. 

Kenney. Sacramento, Cal 

The California Eagle — The OUlcial 
Organ. _ . : 

The next Grand session at Sacra- 
mento. C.tI.. 1923. 

lAiDGE XOTiCK 

Officers of the 
Most Worshipful 
Sovereign Grand 
Lodge of Fr'ee 
and Accepted .Ma- 
sons for the State 
of Califoinia foi 
W. Grand Master, J. H. Wilson; 
. address 6213 Holmes Are., L. A. 
II. W. Deputy Q. M.. T. 8; Jnhaaon, 

Oakland 
R. W. Grand Senior harden, J. H. 

Brinson, Sacramemv. 
R. Vr. Grand Jijolor Warden, T. R. 

Johnson, Los Angeles. 
A. W. Grand Treasurer, H. S. Hoiw- 

ton. Bakersfleld. 
R. W. Grand Lecturer, Samne' 

Knight. Lois Angeles. 
R. w; Grand Secretary, Q. W. Wl»- 
addreas 2ia O St., Marya- 



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LINCOLN M&MORIAL CHURCH — 
34th Street and Central Avenue. 
Rev. E. E. Lightner, Pastor. 
The past .Sunday was Communion 
Day at I^incoin and a lurji;e number 
of, members njul friends partook of 
the Loril's Supper. The i'astor oc- 
cupied the pulpit at both hours, 
upeakiiiK ill th'' mornini? service ou: 
"Fidelity to Old Friends." The 
theme of the evening niessaKe was: 
"The Kver-|ire.sent Christ." There 
were lAvo accessions to the member- 
ship riurins the d»y. 

This Sunday Nov. 12lh will have 
good thing.s in store for us. The 
pastor will fill Uie pulpit at both 
hours. Inl the evening he will give 
the third in his series ou: 'Across the 
Continent and Baiilt. " in which ex- 
f perieuces and lessons from his recent 
trip will be jilveji. Vou are cordially 
invited to worship with us at all 
times. 

GRANT CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH, 

Compton and Fountain Avenue, Watts. 

Rev. J. W. Price, Pastor. 

Res. 202 Thaxtsr 8t. 

Our puiWr. Rev. .J. W. Price spoke 

I at botli services morning and evening 

'and every heart was filled with the 

spirit. He brought out such deep 

■piriiual truths as is his custom. 

after which general class was con 

ducted and then the spirit was truly 

tnanifi'vted This being Communion 

Day the church felt highly gratlfiarf in 

the manner of attendance. The choir 

wa.i up to the standard 


I Scripturi 

( things." 

' epistles 
thiUKs: ir 
hard to b< 
that are 
wrest, as 
Scriptures, 


brother Gooch. 4S9 .Vii. .Monnt:iin 
,. \'iew. whose funeral took i)laci> .Moil 


Willing- 
Miss Mattye Jones, 
Mrs. Elizabeth 


i Grand Treas 
Brown, Oakland. 
^1 .j^ I Grand Secy., Mrs. Frances A. Tyr 
this (hurch. Revs. E. A. Carter. .U-l ""?'• ^°* Chenery street, San Fran 
e:wiu(ler, T. L. Griffith and F. C. Coth- 


(lay. Nov. tith. l:i)U o'clock F, 


subject: "Wresting 
. and the danger ot. doing 

Text: .As also in all his i . .„ . _ " " risen 

peaking ih them of these I ! "'"";"■- ^■. '" «^i'«»'> ""■' '•' ^f »'h- : %°„d Conductrena 
- which are some things ' ™" ""."'^""^ «>"■»•"« ^•■""•■^'>- '-*''.[ JoWn MarysviuT' 
understood, which they -^J J", ^f--^ '-;;-■ J^^^ Grand A. ^Li^tress 

I borne to a„,t fron. the cask . by twen- ^^'r'and KVer Mrs 
ty four ladies, bespoke of the very -*^'^'*"«' Lecturer, Mrs 
high esteem in which sh^ .vaa held. 

We anticipate a day ol unusual in- > 
teroHt. next Lords day. Preaching, 
ll;fiO a. m. and Ji:00 p. m. Bible 
School. 9:45 a. m. anil Christian En- 
deavor 7:00 p. m. You are always 
welcon'ie to all of the services of this 
church. r 


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Mrs 


tion' :; Peter :!:16. 
.\l] .services had an 

tendance. 


which 
unlearned and unstable 
they do. also the other 
unto their onw destruc- 


Gusta i 
Mrs. Lola '• 


increased at- 


HAMILTON M. E. CHURCH— 
E. 18th Street and Naomi Av.. 
Rev. S. M. Beane, Paster. 

Sunday services were much en- 
Joyed at this church on last Lord's 
day. The Pastor preached at the 
morning and evening hours, sermons 
that were much enjoyed and appre- 
ciated by the large number of ua- 
dltors that were present. The com- 
munion of the Lord's Supper was ad- 
ministered. • ' I 'mpicssive indeed were the 8ervic»;s 

The Sunday School continues to "" '"" Sabbath. The morning theme 
grow in interest and enthaslasmm. 


FIRST A. M. E. ZION CHURCH- 
Cor. Pico and Paloma 

Rev. W. E. Shaw, Pastor 
Res. 1217 Paloma 


and the Epworth League bids fair to 
bo one of the very best, funiishing 
programs that arc at once interest- 
ing and profitable. 

Sunday Nov. 12th is exchange day 
with the Methodist pastors. At 11:00 
o'clock Rev. Jordan of Pasadena wlH 
preach at Fjauiilton, Rev. Bean will 
preach at Wesley aad Rev. Shaw will 
preach at Pasadena. At 7::80 p. n. 
Rev. Jordan will preach at Wesley, 
Rev. Shaw at Hamilton aad Rev. 


was on "Talents.' So clear and con- 
cislvp was this message that the 
youngest childd could grap it . if he 
had any intelligence at all. One young 
lady accepted of Christ. 

The evening service was another 
treat. "The .Meanest Thing in the 
World, " pro»(!d to be the ninth com- 
mandnient. "Thou Shalt not Bear 
False Witness against thy neighbor. " 
God knows there is nothing meaner 
and more deserving ot 
We need wore of these kind of sir 
raons. We had many a lying tongue 


Laureoco 
Butts. Los Angaioa. 

Rosetta Temple No. 10 S. M T. 
m«ets Ind and 4tb Thursday of »acb 
month at 2 p. m. at Masonic Tampie 
1209 Vi Ceiitral Av9. 

....MRS W. E. JONES, W. P 

I2t8 Hooper Ave. 
KATie GLENN, Secy., » 

162) Palnms Ave 

<«iplne Chapter Kv 1, O. 8S. 8. • 
meets Brst and third Wednesday 
atternoonc at 2 o'clock at tb« ha" 
M4»/i Central Ave. 

MRS. NANCT EHV-IN. V W 

MAQNOIilA LODGE, NO. 6470 

lUVERaODH, TAIa 

Di'iets the ini mni 4tk Tuesday ev- 
enings of oaek Bioath; &U a«aji>«r» 
In 'goo.: standing of the 0. V. O. of O 
P.' ar» always welcome. 

GEO. B GORDON, P. 8. 



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Phone South 1738.W 

JOHN A.GRAY 

• _ / ^ 

'l hc/ough Course m Piano ITechnl'; 
. P I A N O— H A R M O-N Y 
R'esidecce Studio 
French Lessons 76tt E. 18th St. 


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W. H. LK.^TH, THK TAlLOIt 
n«« Hemlock St. I'lionc .So. «>>il2-,i 

Suits made to measure 51a tn st" 
Also Cleairing. Pre.'sing am". Ue- 
modeling. Kelining and DyeinK li 
your clothes are good let nie k<-i 
them good. If not let me make th'm 
sood. 

m years in t!ie busir.^--^ ' 


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MRS. 


M. G. PATTON 
-For- 


. „^ ^„„.. ' "" P'each at Pasadena. This is a 
Two per- Wendly contest, and each pastor will "•'" Interpreted 
sons unlteil with the church. We are i ^''^ *"'' '"'*'' '" more members, nad "'"*"' ^t'rvices were well attended all 
glad to say the sick in our community "'""ey than the other. All the mem- ['">' Come out on next Sunday and 
Js improving. .-V cordial welcome ex- ''^'"•'' "' ^^^^ church are urged to be 
tended to all. | Present. 

The (Jrant Chapel Choir of- Watts. ' ^^ Tuesday night, N'ovember the 
cntertaine-d Thursday evening Nov. 2 ''*'■*'• there will be at Hamilton, a Har- 
at the hoM.5; of Mr. and Mrs Taft ^'^'^ Home Festival of music, under 
U21 Coniptoh Ave. in honor of the ""^ direction of Jfrof . Walter Ifoward, 
Pastor. I)r l»rice and wife, and Choir "■""'''"ted by the choirs of the Wesley 

M. E. Church. The First A. M. EE. 
Zion Church, the C. M. E. Church, and 
the Hamilton M. E. Church. This 
promises- to be a rare treat, and all 
persons arc cordially in\-ited to be 
present. 

Come and worship with us. This is 
the "Stranger's Home." Come and see. 


TWO KOO.M AP.\JtT.M2\TS,.\LI 
MBMSHBD. HOT AND COLD 

punishment, j «"■ K. «TH. ST. .MK. & .MK«. C. O. 
IJKOOKLVS, PROPS. NEAR S.W 
TEDIJO ST. PHO\E .MAI.V 


FASHIONABLE DRtSSMAK. 

ing, Beading, Embroidery, 

Fringes, Flowers, Tassels, 

and all kinds of art work. 

1543 E. 22nd Street : : ' 

: Phone 271718 


TO COLORED: Good 
near Vermont -.*4:<'iO: 
Vermont 32:i6 biloro o 


."i-room hiiiis" 
I), .ni. 


Dr. B. L. Bbswell 


Phono 7T.*^1« I 

MRS. S. THACKER ! 

LADIES TAILOKING j 

DrossmakioR, MllUnery. Itruding. 
Bnadlnjc, Knibroicbrina. I 

1507 W. Sntli PL, l/<Ks Angeles, ( al. | 

.^..-..endment Nui •» r l :) will'^in-' 
' rreaso taxes. V'H-- NO on Ameiid- I 
ment L9 November 7. 


PHILIPS CHAPEL C. M. E. CHURCH 
WATTS, CALIF 


Director, I,. G. Eggleston and wife. 
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Bartlett and Mrs. 
Emma Smith of Los .\ngeles viPTi: in- 
vited gue»t.> Vocal numbers were 
rendered by ( hoir members, the party 
was enhanced liy .\ir. Bartletfs brief 
review of his Ea.storn trip. I 

.The cliuiax came when each person, 
requested 


was requested to dress for Dinner. \ cn.a t^ 

after donning the headgear of many ; ,, , ^^i-^ *"" ""ent 5 room house, 
colors., the guests were ushered to ^'"''*^^''"' ■» Monrovia. Excellent cob- 
the Dining room, and under that mys- . i'''°"' ^"<^'' Slmoes. 3ii6 6ht Ave. 
terioub influence of Hallowe'en a ' J "°"" t*""" 75. Monrovia, Calif, 
bountiful repast was served. All de- i '^■^^"2- r 2. 

parted loudly acclaiming that this ' — ' 

wonderful' committee: Mistresses ; THE FIRST A. M. E. CHURCH— 

Daniels, Stanton. Koorber and Brown , Eighth and Tswm Avtnuc 

ConM not be excelled. R,». a. Miltvn War4, Mlnistar. ' 

Phone 8. 37iS Ilea 14M BrIIRth A«e 

ITEM. FROM WARD CHA«L I The Hev. J. C. AaderwT tonnt?V 
Four persons have Joiaed thta | Jiastor of PMlUy* (^pei e M E 
cmrcB recently and others have said Church win oocnpy »•». Word's nui 
tkey wera •sine to Jo4a. The N«w pit In famotf* VteMll aad Toina Ara 
Cl>oir was <»gaalaed last PrMaf UcM Clrtryh at iTaHStt -^" ^^ 
irttb IS ineaib«n. Mrs. H«aur80a„ aa«t fostw W i ii «||t aaM 

^ _-T.-'Tr.-;r-.»I-l*W>«««6t 

to 


hear some of these wonderful nies 
sages, nible- Class 6 o'clock: Chris 
tian Endeavor 7 o'clock; Sunday i Rev. 

blthool. <»::!n a. ui.; Preaching Services Services 

11 a. m. and ,S p. m. | l'hilli!^s Chapel C. M. E. last Sunday 

Dopt forget the niUI-week services, .vith boneliclal results. The pastop- 

v\'eclnes(lay night. All are welcome to ! siioke from St. Luke fiSS. A- won- 

attend all services.! Visitors and ; ''''rf"! sermon that brought results. 


L. S. White, Pastor. I 

were conducted at the j 


PHYSICIAN A SURGEON I 

PHOXK SO. 431 IrW 
' (16 Years. Eiq>erience) 

Diseases of Women, Children 
220 ' i^nd Chronic Diseases a Spec- ! 
ialty. 
Office 1S21V, Central Ave. 

Phone So. 7602-J 

Res. 3617 McKinlof Ave. 

HOURS': 11-1: 8-5; 7-8 P. M 


friends will lind a cordial welcome 
here. 

-Vlrs. Bertha Sprucll never sang to 
better advantage than on last Sunday 
in fact the Choir deselrves both praise 
and appreciation. ! 


ST. PAUL INBTlTliTIONAL BAP- 
TIST CHURCH. 
1386 E. 2l8t Street i 

Rev. R. N. H<^t, D. D. 


AM Register at 
The attendance 'was 


vices were extraordinary coming as 


St. Paul 

good while ser- 


empty pictures before 
taifl. hlnthuslasm ran 

upon that hope In a ^ „».«> 

Ajaohg those were Drt Yoti^ ot'kZw 
Orreaite, Dr. 4. H. Mld|tet6n, fklnaerly 


otAtMnta.fia.Aev.Jti. j. (Hp8oa4ajrABCltNAotC iAJH'4i•T^«HiSlCH 


a flowiag fouo-t 
high, teeUfylng 
livinf Christ. 



(iod blessed the meeting. There were 
Ihvii. additions at the 
vlci-. I'astor and members Invite all 
U> alteiul services Sunday, Nov. 12th, 
as they aie puttliig forth' their first 
si)ecial effort. 

Ilev. i'rice of A. M. M. Church of 
Watts will preach at .1:00 o'clock iii 
the afternoon. R8v. J. C. Anderson 
will preach at 8:00 o'clock p. ni. All 
are welcome. 

SECOND A. M. E. CHURCH 
1736 East 53rd Street, 

Rev. Robert. House, Paster 

Sunday School, fl:30 A. Mi; Preach- 
ing 11 e. m.. subject "Blimination : " 
Aj C. E. League, 6:3t» P. M.; Preach- 
ing, HP. M., slibjoct, "Cruclflxion." 

Come, you ar^ weloome to worship 
with us. 


ciOLDux Rc'LK U)nui<: 
I c;. V. «. of «. F. 

i Ooldcn Rule Lodge Ko. 5!»rin, G. 

I I'. O. of O K.. meets the first and 

morning, ser. i ."■''"'l 'luPsday of each month at 8th 

.and Wail streets. J. L. Jarrett, ItOU 

R. 9th St., N. G.; E. W. Fisher, 1401 

W. nth St.. P. S.: Phone Main 1886. 


E. C. JENNINGS 
Attomejr-at-Law 
I IU-4.: I382 East lath Street. 

Itca. Phonr .So. 05U2-J 
I Phoni. 67-iOO 

lUlO Bnlinrd Bitlg., 130 \. .Sprin« 8t. 
I Los. Ancelos, CalU. 


1^ an« Hflmlecic f V 


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FOR RE.NT^ NIceljr furnished rooms 
for two men or man and wife close 
to car liii^ wlth.Uka of kitchen. 1368 
Newton Sfi PhOna So. <199. 

10-l4.«tr^ , .V..!. ■:, • 


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Icet Cream, Cigars 
and Confectionery 

Don't Forget thf Number 

1406 E. 9th Street 

j All Are Wlelcome 

I I ,1. I). D.WIfOlis, Prop. 

Mintn'TOKV H. H. ikcTII No. 3:t0a 

meets l6l and 3rd 'l"hu:silay "ar'tir- 
t'.ooit of each month .a'. Odd Kcllows 
Hani 8th and Wall Sts. .Mrs. AletUa 
Jtolcpmb, M. N. fi. I2il Eii-it liMh i 
.!trr«|t. Phone S. .•'.Sr,4-W Mr.^ A ' 
r:. Miller, W. R. 13184 fc. loth" St. 
rboi^e S. 20SS-\V 1 


spanish-k.Sglish 

Aivhlo J. WiUiams. \.\. «., M. s.. 

PrcsMeii 
^WMlle E. WiUlani] Si>cv-Trpa.s. 
1 121 K. a7TH ST. SO. .30o;l 

Spartish. S lessons per mo $3.0i) 

Engljish course [ 4.00 


CALDWELL HALL 
\yii-, — 

KECREATIQN GARDEN 


liht 


lor 


'^mt 


and Pit« l!t4nl..JBa«ta, Afwbi 

m 


Doctor ^ 

M. Shinohara Wi 

.).i1):;m. -, Lx,. >;><■( i^.h-i ciPi, 

laT":: E. First iSt.. Los ^| 

An.felc^. Calif. gi 

]io;i,-b <>',' Consultation: Sj^ 

10 lo 12 a. m., li to 5 ^ 

p. ni.; Sunday 10 to ^ 

0p 12 -a- m. It's 

all aal 

When in Oakland Stop 

ILLINOIS HOf!SE 

!693 Seventh St. 

FURNISHER ROOMS. HOT 

AND COLD WA'l tk 

PHONE^OAKLAND 3625 

llour.s Phones ' 

"J to 1 Olf I'ii-n ?:(- 

5 to 7 R..;i. 532S7 

Sunday by Ap[>ointni'nt 

Dr. Frank A. Gordon 

PHiXK'UN AM> .SI IU;E0> 

3<tS-309 rhiliips CldK. 
Korin'Tiy The tjerniaiu Building 
1'1'4 So. Spring Sti. Los .\ngclcs. 

The DeNeal Metliod 

K.VIIl AM) UK.UTV ( tLTlRK 

It'.K I Ik class and nat l^tactiun ia 

Guar.'iiileetl 

.MKV .*J)A JACKSSOX, Agt. 

Bdwy. 1763 • 

I'ailorn Ml-a lIenilo<k St. 

_. _^ 

S 2539>J 

HAZEL GOTTSCHALK . 

■ - - EDNA HEARD 

Teachers of 
PIANO AND VOICE 
Studio: 1330 E. 17th Street 
Piano iiiBtructlons, Private 
€lHa«. . Voiees aoiicited 
Glee Chih. 


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Christ- often th<> brikbtsst" Kbolar in a cUss 
ian character. It is affiliated witb t&e «1U appear dull wIk^d transfnrred to 
Statp ili V einbs. A biglter cradp of another scbooi In which there are 


By William Nareiase. 

Hajr Hard, end on last rear's foot- 
ball team, at Lincoln Hiith. came 
back to school la.«t Tuesda7. Hard. 
althoagh be did not succeed in mak- 
iSK hia letter, "known bl.s stuff " when 
it comes to holding down a Sank po 
sitloit. He is out every nif ht. showloK 
the samo old pep and spirit he di-i 
played last season, he will be a frror 
to his opponents. 

I^st Friday at Jefferson Hiirli. San- 
ta Monica Highs football t^am was 
entertained by the local s.bool in a 
practice Hit. .f.lthourh no actual 
score was kept, Jeffer-'on simply out- 
cla.ssed them from b^ftinning to end. 
Jack "Hnsky" Pryer was quite in- 
ptrumeatal in the afternoon's proceed- 
ings, bucking the line for t^uge gains 
time and again. Occasionally he 
ripped off end ruD!i to good adrantage, 
and once he pl.ked up a fumble and 
hid a clear Held to a toachdcwn. 
"Husky " hcld.'> down the fullback 
berth, and for a large maa. he is by 
no means slow. Carly "Spark Plug " 
Wlinams. dtmlnotiire Deiaocrat half 
back, also proTed himself callable of 
filling that poeiUoft. "Snark Plug" Is 
very eluairw. and Tery fleet of foot. 
WilUam Brisco. reteran guard, also 
made a creditable showing, by keep- 


work Is expected as a resullj of our 
two clubs. 


HI Y ACTIVITIES FOR OCtOBER 

Among the many features planned 
for this month may be mentioned: 
Clean Speech or Keep Fit Caiipaign; 
Instruction Ceremonies Safety' Cam- 
paigns: Halloween Party: Students' 
Employment Bureau: Leaders' Re- 
treaf-Paclfic Palisades— 27-28. 

PIONEER GROUPS 

Two Pioneer groups are being or 
ganized and an extensive program is 
planned for the year. These ^Oups 
are composed of grammar and inter- 
mediate schcol boys whose ages range 
from 9 to l.T and IS to IS. The pro- 
gram is arranged along the folnr-fold 
.development plan, namely. Intellect- 
ual, Physical, I>evotlonal, and; Serv- 
ice Group N'o. 1 of boys 9 to i3 will 
meet on Tuesday evenings , '. 
7:00: while Group 2— boys 13 


will meet on 
hour- 


Wednesdays the same 


NIOHT IN AUTUMN 
O night, wondroBS night — 


Crystal and beautiful 
With myriad stars resplendent, 
No fleecy clouds. 
Nor fogs are hanging now. 
ing his part of the line intact, and on Only the moon — 
the offense, he opened large hole* for The -silver celestial disc, 
hia team-mates to plod thru. Sheds Its light 

Th* outstanding star of the light' Beneath the brilliant dome 
weight te.am is Jimmy Sinms. of base- of Bight 
ball repute, who hails from Long 
Beach High School •While there he 
held down second base on the base- 
ball t^am, he also has the dlitlDitlan 


— WEN'pELX P. GLADDEN, Jr. 


pupils brighter than he. In other 
words he was bright because the ma- 
jority of the class was dull. This 
made him appear brighter by com- 
parison. A man is champion of a 
certain sport until he meets and 
competes with someone who is su- 
perior. The best or greatest in any 
line is best or greatest just so long 
'as it is measured with thing inferior. 
The moment it is measured with equal 
or superior things it suffers by the 
romparison. 

This being tnie, the bright child, 
then, in a dull cia.Hf deserves little 
credit because he has to exert him- 
self but little in order to kee pabead 
of the others. On the other hand, 
the dui Ichild feels himself to be very 
stupid because he is so slow. Yet, all 
pupils are graded alike and all pupils 
must have a certain number of cred- 
its before being allowed to gradu- 
ate. The result? At least ninety-five 
per cent Of all High School Students 
at* working for credlt.o and credits 
inly. A remedy for this would be to 
determine beforehand the mental 
equipment of a child and then classi- 
fy him accotdlngly. For instance, the 
subject of mathematics might be 
taught In a class in which all o( the 
students were bright paplla. Each 
child would th^n be compelled to ex- 
ert himself to the fullest extent In 
order to keep up\wltb the c&ss. 

The music stude^nt who reads well 
might get through i^re pages of mu- 
sic in less time than one who does 
not read well. Yet thexstow pupil In 
most cases is the one who Is more 
thoroiagh and who really isadvancing 
fa.<fter. Thp parents do not consider 
s the this and expect their little one to 


"fUXE AND TIDE WAIT FOR NO MAN*'- 


A very true quotation, TA^iE A LOOK AT THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES and one will at once observe 
that it is riding with the tidte- and keeping pace with "Fathet Time." =* 

Rip Van Winkle werit to sleep for twenty years, only to awaken and find his fellow citizens 
twenty years ahead of him, his opportunities gone forever. 


FELLOW CITIZEENS,LISlrEN! LISTEN! 


\ 


\ 


Loan me your attention. Wlake up. Start to-day. Don't be a Rip Van Winkle. Take advantage of the 
wonderful opportunities that abound in Los Angeles today, the fastest growing city In the whole worid. 
CONSULT a reliable Realtor, one who knows value, and one who will protect yoar interest. During 
the many years I have been in business I have pleased-'and satisfied evenrone who has bought through 
me. Submit your Realty waiits to me, and I shall see that you get value for your money. I can save 
you TIME, WORRY and MONEY. A FEW OF MY LISTINGS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 

8-Room Hqgse, close in on Elaat Jefferson, nice lot, only $4950. $750.00 Cash ; $50 per month. 

5-room House on East Side, desirable location, $4500.00. $1000 cash; balance arranged. 

screen porch, hardwood floors. East Eide, nice location, $5500.00 ; $2000.00 


:30 to 
to IS 


I inention 

i for consultation. 


screen porch and garage, nice lot, $3700.00. $675.00 Cash, balance ar- 


6-Room Bungalow, 
cash;balance arranged. 

4-Room Bungalow, 
ranged. 

Many other good buys in houses and lots and income property, space will not permit me to 
Come in or call m^ by phone and make appointment. I shall be pleased ti call at your home 


1807 C^tral Ave 


WilHam H. Gamble & Company, 

Real Estate, Loans and Fire Insurance 
NOTARY PUBLiC 


Humboldt 1S40 


SERE AND YELLOW ' 
How perfect lind compute I 

of being the only race lad to receive autumn. How beautlfollv does the C-t through the bock" as fast as any 

a letter from that institution. Sims master band of nature give color to other child Some cblldrrn ar- b<jrn 

is playing uokle. and he never fails th« world . wi-h more nituril talent also. acd^-V 

to break thru the opposing line and Spring Is clothed in eitiulsite hues, reach a stAge of development that 

nail the rtAner for a loss . Robert The purple of violets, the re4 and otbej children can never reach. What 

Jack»on also of Jefferson, is showing white roses, and the eold of p<H)ple8 might be conmdered good work for ri^tered^ 

UP well as a halfback, and should blend harmoniously with every shade some pupils would In reality be poor TJie colored 

make the team. Charlie Dade is also „f yellc«» and bine. With the rebirth work for a talented pupil. A 

yuMng a name for hlm.self, as a half- of flowers and trees, and shrubbery, 

b«ck. With such an array of lads, the world . becotnes one huge land 

Jf* should turn out .some pretty tood crape, a masterpiece of the artist — 

teams. Nature. 

Last Friday the Lincoln Hght- Then comes the summer. ' Skies of 


^ a Ea a ssa s z H ^'Z fzra gia fiKi 


ledega College registered as 
year Pre-Medic Stjndent. 

At the Ccllege ft Law, Miss Helen 
^Wheelat and James McGregor have 


third 


pe«^le of Lxjs Angers 

tandard sbouid t>« proud of the increased en- 

of mea.surement should be relative to rollment of their bfcys and girls in this 

the ability of the pnpil. Institution. However, they should 

O — -00 not stop here, but [Brge a great enroll- 

MUSIC TEACHERS' COHVENTION mebt of rice students.^ each suc- 

yeaX as the enrollment of 


C0ILl2TH4(MRALA?E..0CT:i5di-2eili 5, 


weight* journeyed over to Monteb^llo ^{test blue, and songs of bird« gKe local teachers of music was held on Negro stud«^ to Southhwrf unUers.- 
'^., ^.,. ._ . . A.u^^ r^ -, . .V w. I ...1=. WeHneadav Kentember 26th at the ties is not B««i; m proportion to 


ucltl« their first team, ddlaon ample prwrf that earth's grand artist 


to 

Carter, Ucfcltt, flayed tfc* game of his 
life, at that po«t . Ob several oeea- 
siB^ b* nailed the runner back or 
th« tettr for five and »ti yaTd I«bb*s. 
Otls^^iiiar played a smashing game 
at hart back; .cnce he got loose and 
made a spectacular 40 yd. run. The 
writer also performed in the back- 


is at work giving new life and Ipspir- 
atinn. 

But autumn is dlffer«n*. The! days 
orp slvrt: birds 1I4t« taken fllijlrt.lo 
a wamier climate, and flowers begin 


Wednesday, September 26th at the 
Independent Church. The session 
was marked by much enthusiasm and 
cordJaltn. A very fine prognuK was 
r\r^^' VocnttmUm b* Mrs. Naomi 
PhaSr 

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ties 
what 


should b^ 


to droop and fade, and die. Hills are and violin solos by Miss Robert 
niirtile and hary. Everywhere one Edwards and Miss Evelvn Kennedy 
looks he sees ptont life turning brown well received. Short talks by Miss 
:\nd decaying. Just as the death of Hazel 


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"■As dangero»» ■«'-• thdnghf wIU be 
Mr. Thomas Johnson and piano cne of the accepted expressions of tho 

twentieth century. More and more, 
men, are b>>gisning to learn the power 
of thought. It will be seen in your 
face: h<'ard in your voice; every gea- 
So ihonghtV like 


FALL SCHEDULE 
Weekly Activities 
Monday, Oct. 1. 
rkauffeurs' Club 7:30 p. m. 
Chanffeor's Gym Class S:.'50 p. m. 
Tuesday, Oct. 2. 

Pioneer Division-Group 2. 6:00 

Mens Bible CIsks S:i>o 
WedaeMiay, Oct. 3. 

Pioneer Division Group 1 6.0O 

Out in the World Club S:00 
Thursday. Oct. 4. 

Junior Hi Y Club 7 00 
Friday, Oct 5. 

Senior HI Y Club 7:00 
Saturday, Oct. 5 "" 

Life Problems- Club 7:00 
Sunday. Oct. 7. 

Men's Meeting and Bible Class 
Y. M. C. A. NOTES 


Gottschalk. Miss Nelle _ John 
mortal man who has lived In peace son and Mrs. Hessie Dones wer« Inter- ture wlU reveal It. 

. __^_^_ estinc as well as instn^ctive. Attv. words should never bo careless.X If 

I>>wiii Beeka was the nrincipal speak- we r>»allie how like tooLs- words aVe, 

er and oald a beautiful tribute to mn- we would hesitate of'en before Bi>eak 

"ir with a poetic bit of eloquence. 

Mis* MaHdetta Rosemond introduced 

the ^flchers. Manv ftne resolutions 

were^J*|)ted for the coming year. 

These eonventlons are given under 

the direction of the Ircal branch of 

the National Association of Negro 

Musicians. 


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PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH — 
'*^^^ N. Bnnnie Brae St. 
Temole Stret Corner. 

Rev. .W. H. Rozier. Ministe< 
!3undav School 9:30 a. m. 
Prefchlnr 11:00 a. m. and 3:00 p 
R Y. P. r S:BO p. m. 1 

Presching 7:. 30 n, m. ' 

Preaching each evening weeklv 
This church is meeting the needs of 
ii»» people. 

with God and man is the beglnninc of 
a larger life, so the destb of the flow- 
ers prepare for a new life, betterl and 
more beautiful. i 

—Wendell P. Gladd*njr. 


Ing. The spectacle of a man abjectiv \ 
asking a favor from one whom he had ^-^ 
be-rated, was not a very inspiring 
sight, but it i.< biopeil that it imay 
prove a well learned tesson. 

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Did you ever pause to think that 


EDUCATIONAL NOTES 


U. S. C. NEWS 


ever 
the tallest buildiSg ft the world was 
built by the brains of one man. and 
the five and ten cent pieces rf mil- 
lions of men. It is an object lesson 
for cooperation. A lesson that we as 
B'race should learn. 


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HAS ASSISTANT BOY'S WORK 
SECRETARY 

Mr. Benjamin C. Colly, student of 
r. S. C. School of Pharmacx. will as- 
alst in the work with boys. He wUI 
Ssve supervision over Groun 1 ojf the 
Pioneers and the .Innlor Hi T Club. 
His association with T work and con- 
tact with the boys and young men of 
the community will make him a val- 
uable asset. 


(By Arthur E. Prince 1 
The University of Soutern Califor 


THE PORO AGENTS OF -LOS AN- 
GELES AND 80. CALIFORNIA 


nla opened Its fall term with a great- 
ly Increased enrollment. Tbia year's 
registration has already far surpass- 
ed tht of previons years. The total 
enrollment of Colored students 
yearr shows a very marked Iitcrease 
numbering close to tlttj. 


Asajgted by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. 
.Malone, of St. Lonia, .Missottri. are 
entertaining the patrons and friends 
of the Po'ro System from 11:00. a. m. 
this to "•»* P- ■"-• Tknrsdny, October 11. 
with a Beach Party at Brace's Beach, 
Manhattan. Cn^s leave Hill Street 


rA«j3nf*i^'Twf,k*^Sl«.tarw> ihe' comm.'.nitrwai m'ake.'hlm'a val- y'" have failed to register for the 
(Assistant Boys Work Secretary! 7 ,jn t^Tm. many old timers have re 

INITIAL MEETING OF SENIOR ""*« ""^ . I turned to register In the Sophomore, 

HI Y CLUB HELD FRIDAY ^ wttn anfnt/1 llT/vni 1\ -Jonlor and Senior classes reipectlve- 

Last Friday night the Senior HI Y III TlIE ||ll]V|r WflR! II iT Th«>« registering as seniors ara 
met and started Its functions off 111 1 Itb IiIVAJIv ft VlftMV Hugh Bell and John Rout of Dentia- 
wlth pep and enthusiasm. The nomtn- ^ ifj- Howard Allen and Arthur Prince 

Bti.ng committee, composed of Edwin gy john A. Gray | " of Liberal Arts; John Taylor, Clifford 

Jefferson ( Manual Arts 1 ; Jaitfes Tray- i Prince, H. Adams, F. Driver, J. Birch. 

lor, L. A.: Thomas Southern. Poly- 1 J. Benton of Pharmacy. In the Junior 

technlc: Wm Narcisse. Lincoln: Geo- Most parents make one great mis^ Class are Miss .Alma Thomas. John 
ne J{>hnson, Hollywood; and Wal- take In following up the moflcal e<i«- Rtdtl^. Thomag ReW of Liberal ArU; 
laee Markham, Jefferson, was ap- cation of their children. They e^pe«t y^xtl Moore. Oscar Stokea and C. Ans- 
pointed to nominate capable fellows their children to measure up_ ;wlth tin of Pharmacy .^Sophomores in- 
for the various oiBces. * all other children in point of musical cinde ' Miss GrUBth^hfessrs. Thonus 


WhUe a number of students of last Station at 9:30 a. m. . 

For tickets, see Mrs. Alice Bailey. 
Chslrman-Transportatlon. .• 
Phone: Humbol«t 3081- W. 


NEW RACE ENTERPRISE— 

J, B, BOWMAN OPENS POULTRY 

STORE 


Th« Menelik Po«ltry Market, 1537 
Central Avenue, Is the latest baaiheas 
enterprise to make Its bow to the 
poMic (n the basy marts of trade as 
represented on our East Side. 

Mr. Bowman is a man of Indus^ 
and- enterprise, and comes before our 


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Many old and pro3p».^tlve members development. .\t flrat sight this does »nd Uoyd Grifflth and Lamar Prater public wfth an appeal tor patronage 


were present at this iatfal meeting of 
the ctnb. 


JUNIOR 


HI Y CLUB oaCANlZED 
THURSDAY 


not seem to be an nnreasoaahle thing of Liberal Arts and Miss Rowena which will be heartl and heeded, in- 
to want, but when we think aboot It a Mneketroy of Mnaic. asmnch as he carries a varied and 
bit, the absurdity of it is quite ajppar- (fany new faces are seen od the hj^^ class stodc in his line, and his 
ent. One might as well expect erery campus of the Metbediat Inatitntlon. boslaeaa policy will be characterised 
pnpil In a sehool to stand at the; head in the claaa of '27. Miss Fay Jackaon. by outek and cfNtrteoAs serrice. ' 
Tfce Junior HI y met on^ Thursday of his class or every competttori in a majorlnc in Philosophr. M^sa Xanra The Menelik carries at all times a 

contest to *ln flrst prize. In beetow- L^wood of New York, iHajMlng in choice aelectioB of high claaa, freshly 
ing her- gifts, natnre makaa njo et- chemiatrr and Physios and Mr, San- kined chickens, ffeeee, docks and tar- 
fort to give each person the jsame go g. Dye. majoring i also in Chf^ta keyt. at prteea' ^»hk!k are Right! Ho 
quantity and quaUty. Nearly erery try. to thi College of Phanittcy, also extends a cor«al Invltotlon to 
one falls short of the right amodnt of tUss Edythe Bell. Mr. Byrce Taylor, the pnhUc to visit and Inspect his 
some fundamenUI requisite- j This the Ibotball star fro mSeattle, Wash, shop 

fact U overlooked in moat of our a«d Mr. Leonard Day. Orer at the Mr. Bowman is the only race man In 

scbooU. especially Hick Schools. CoD«*« of Music MJsa RoblMt Rob- Los Aagelea conducting a noultry bus- 

a carUia standard U set by Usob and Miss LeoniAs Simmons, luis kai deserres the loyal support 


Of this week and showed much inter 
est in the coming year's program. 
Boys of the ninth and tenth trades 
in biBk school are eU(lble for mem- 
bership. 

HI V CL^JB OBJCCTIVE 
Ninth Street Branch Hi t Cbib is 
•a orgaalzatien (or h]«k school b«y« 

wboM purpose is to creato. BMintain. where 

mad extend thruout the sebool aind which all children are measured.! Very Ur. f%. A. Ylawkias, formerly of Gal 


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PDRD CDUsiSIEEsUpofi this lofty prin- ' 
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neatness, beauty, pride, sdf-re^>ect, physical and 

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rDRD dioosaadt trained by PORO COLLEGE 
In tfa6 ait of POlin HAIR AND BEAUTY CUL- 
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AGENCIES light in their homes. 

Throiii^ PORO profits^ thousands are 
piospeioiu and iodepttldent. WHAT OTHERS 
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' PERSONAt MENTION 

Our Church }s still enjoyins the 
effects of the Niatlonal Baptist Con- 
vention which Imot io Los Angeles 
early in Sept^i^ber. Nearly every 
service is vi»ited| by one or more of 
these delegates who bring to us ines- 
sages of uplift and encouragement. 

Company "A" j Social Organization 
gave a "welcopie home" to their 
lYesldent, C. MiljlB, on Saturday eve- 
ning, Sept; 23rd lat the home of Mr. 
and Mrs. I. A.'^'j'eat . Owing to .the 
new system of cqllecting Pledge Mon- 
ey suggested by J)r. Divine, the neces- 
sity of monthly meetings was elimin- 
ated but the gro^p has enjoyed their 
association and work together fof the 
past year and decided to hold reun- 
ions every three toonths as a remem- 
brance of old times. They made a 
donation as a grojup of $23.50 towards 
the Bnllding Fund. 

Mr. and Mrs. William BuUer will be 
at home this month at 132 Dayton St. 
F^troneeses of Mrs. Butler's Sewing 
Parlors will pleace take note. 

Our Cbotr had the honor and pleas- 
ure of accepting ^n invitation to fur- 
nish the music for the First Baptist 
Church of Lob Angeles at the evening 
service, Septembier 30th They ren- 
dered complete ! satisfaction. Ar- 
rangements are blclng made for their 
early. return thero. Too much cannot 
be said of the lo}|alty of this band of 
Christian workers; who have stood the 
test and who seqm to Imprpvc with 
Ufe. 

The Church observed its First Quar- 
terly Conference on Oct 3rd, with the 
Trustees acting as hosts. 

Meeting one of, the greatest needs 
of our people in Pasadena, Atfy Phil- 
lips is erecting a :new Fire Proof Of- 
fice Building for lOur enterprises on 
Dayton Street Just west of Fair Oaks 
Avenue 


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"Putt is Why a Complete Funeral for $75. C)Uier Funeral* in Proportion. Th^e Best 
4 . Without Ektn&vagance. ' / 

Lady Attendant For Women And Children 
1311 CENTRAL ;^VENUE PHONE: METROPOLITAN 0175 


Looisiaiia Creole Club 
WEEKLY DANCE 



'The smaller Chorches are catching 
the vision and the trenil of affairs 
and are busying tfiemselvos to make 
God's House of Wprshlp mere attrac- 
tive or are erectidg new ones in the 
place of the old. The Oilvel Church 
at Portland. Ore., where I had the 
pleasue-^f speakiijg to the morning 
congregation, has ;for itii edifice a 
new stone structure, uearing the 
stage of completion. I have been im- 
pressed with the t|act that we' must 
realize and sail into our opportunity 
with the utmost endeavor or fall be- 
hind in the great Imarcb of Progres- 
sive rhristianlty. We have every 
reason to be proud of our position 
thus far. but pride! w-ill not carry on 
the battle the rest k)f the way. 


SENIOR MISSIONARY 

The yoriely is glad to report to the 
public that the Pocjely ,«ent two dole- 
gates to the Womeiis Work Assembly 
the National Baptisit Convi-nlion. 
Our Representatives were: 
Sis. I. II. Ford ' add Sis. A. L. 
Smith and others of oiir members al- 
so went and leaqncd meny goodi*' 


Every Monda yEveniog 
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111 W. 3RD STREET 

(Between Spring and Main Street*) 


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Band— Admission 50c 


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A Snap! 20-room House, 
Modem; could be increased to 
22 rooms. Lot 73x154. i^ 
block from R. R. Station — 
$6500. ',"2 cash, balance like 
rent. 

Four-rora house. |200 down. 
Lot 37i/axl30. 

BUY IW>WI BEFORE THE 
ADVANCE! BUY NOW! 

13 Lots, 25x153%. Good 
location. Paved streets, small 
down payment; balance $10 
permonfti. Buy one or All! 

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228 So. Compton Ave. 
Watto, Calif. 


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jWe are very glad that 'TJjc 
■Women's " '" " 


things 

Home and Koreign Mission 
ary of the Friendship Baptist Church 
of Pas^cna hag a voice In this great 
National Baptist Convention. ' Tl>e 
chairman of tlie dlflerent Conjtalttaeg 
are very busy working out pUu that 
would beat suit the Society to rijjoe 
funds to carry its pkrt of the bur^^. 

On Tuesdj^r nfjibtl of last we«k tUa 
Society gave a rtiOwei: for ^ptll- 
er and Slater Bnrcli. who ha^e )m«d 
recently blessed witk twine. Thi« af- 
fair was held . at 1 51< Oak KobU 
Ave. We trust the members ^d 
their part tor the twjns. 

We have had i^itte a number of 
sick pM^le but \re ftkve been able to 
comfort and halp ekcb one. 
stet*r A. L. SKITH, Pre» 
Sister ESTHBiJl SMITH, Secy. 
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The parade will be' one the most im- 
portant features. A; Committee com- 
posed of Messrs. Ed^' Sweet, Fletcjier, 
Smith »nd Ttaomu j^bam will b§ve 
this In charge, 'fhey; iriu com^ to yon. 
rery sopo now (a fsUst the Bervices 
of yonr auto fof a Ifttle while on the 
dAy of the ptradt lici! (bat ev^ cbiui 
cat be ta^eo. 


We are Incllaed' id c6nei4«r tliat 
the bard tasks, the | opt>o4iti(>nB, the 
obBtructlons, the priablenia and thu 
set-backs that we encounter, are a 
condition under wbiiSh we alone are 
struggling. No greatbr mistake conld 
be made than to hol(J this viewpoint 
for I have found thai every group, 
whether large or small, engaged In a 
progressive move has] its regular quo- 
ta of obstructionists iwho have failed 
to gel the vision, or. Ibaving ob^iined 
the vision, lack the i necessary failh 
and courag" to laun<^h oul on .Ihe 
effort. j 

The work of th'' >jlaff. during (he 
summer under Mr. Vapi Williams with 
Dr. Divine a*i Con^mander-Ui-Cbief 
was most gratifying, and it is an In- 
8piraUon and an incentive indeed to 
find the Church in alliof its branches, 
generally speaking ,lai eticb a hmlthy 
coadltlon. ! —EDITOR 


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Iiam Masie passed a^ay at )^er late 
residence. 136d E. SSth St, gitwrday. 
Sejit. J23th. Service at Saists Hta&e 
Cbuicb, Tburs. 1 p. Im. li|t^meW, 
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BEAUTY PARLOR 

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Phone: West 2947 


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Grow the HAIR one-half inch 
vt, month. I cannot urge you 
too strongly to tr>' my treat- 
ment. No matter how short 
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WD^ BROS. QUICK SERVICE 

BARBECUE MEATS— EaU ind Ehi^ks 
We specialize in Picnic and Basket Lundies 

1112 CENTRAL A VE.—WE NEVER CLOSE 
A Few qf Our Leadcra 


Sandwichca 05 

CofFe€ J. .05 

Soap ' 05 

Buttermilk 05 

Beans, Plain 05 

Pie, per slice -J .05 


Com Beef Hash 10 

Beans with Chile 10 

Spaghetti „ _ 10 

Stew 10 

Tarnales 10 

Hot Dog .05 


We *l«o handle high grade Cigars and Cigarett es 

Tables For Ladies Phone, Bdwy. 1411 

Beer— Bottle and Draught 


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Camo School for | 

Hair Growing | 

CAMO HAS ESTABLISH* | 

ED n> REPUTATION | 

M the most sacceaaful '* 
HAIR GROWEB on thii 
PLANET. 

Miss Adah Ross, the dis- 
coverer of CAMO at 849 1 
Hemlock St. is housed f(« f 
business. * 

Miss Ross first grew her t 

own hair. Within the 2 

past few yean of opera- ♦ 

tion in Los Angeles, she 4 

has grown many ha&dred * 

beautiful growths for wo- J 

men by Camo who were * 

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lASTSIOC MALTY COMPANY AN. 
.vWOUNCKS OCNCRAI, INSURANCK.. 


DEPARTMENT INNOVATION 
! IN THK. FIELD OP RACIA^ 
BUSINESS ENDEAVOR 


WILL RCNPCR UNMUE PROQRAM 
iY IMKN ONLY 


I With this Issue, the Eastslde Rrtlty 
Company. 1437 Central Arenne, c*r- 
ijies an announcement of teemlAK tn- 
tierest to our people. ThJs" Is notice 
80 the public that they have estab- 
lished a General Insurance Depart- 
ment, issuing all types of insurance, 
such as underwriting Bonds for con- 
iracts or bids, fidelity, sureties. Ad- 
ministrators, trustees , Guardians. 
Public OfBcials. Lodge OfBcers, At- 
^chments, etc. 

i This company of which Mr. R. L. 
Ingram is Secretary. Mr. F. L. Bank^, 
t»resldent. and Mr. O. L. Banks. TreaSH 
^irer, was the picneer among racial 
4nterprises. in the" rear estate subdi- 
vision -field. They are again trail- 
plaiing in the realm of General In- 
surance. The service offered the pub- 
lic in this connection will be the same 
^s would b^ given by the Metropbl- 
(tan. the Prudential, or any of the 
|iighest class insurance companies or 
agencies in the city. ^ 

i The East side Realty Tompany so- 
licits your Insurance Business! 

>• . DON'T LET THE SUN GO 

I DOWN ON YOU HERE. THIS IS 
THE MAN'S COUN- 

TRY. BACK TO .WE 

DON'T WANT YOU HERE! 


Wh»t promtsM to be somethiuK 
rare aad tralr interesting, win be the 
concert glTea Tuesday evening, Oct. 
1*. at tba N»«r Hope Baptist Church 
by a clMms of 2S male voices, which 
has been training (or several weeks 
under the dirertlon of Viola H. Bran- 
don. 

Besides nanbers by the chorus 
there will be special nnmbers by some 
of the very best male talent jn tl»e 
dty: 

Owing, to the fact man was never 
able to accomplish anything without 
the assistance of woman, one lady 
will appear on the program, in the 
person of Madam Anna Range, who 
will sing the part of "Leonora " in the 
'^rendition of the "Misen^re Scene" 
from "11 Trovatore." 

This one number in Itself promises 
to be worth the admi.sslon price, 
which is only 35 Cents. 



ABYSSINIA BILLIARD PARLOR 


j For the words that are left out in 
jthe above if you are interested, I *lll 
ask you -to drive out Brooklyn Ave. 
Inntil you come to Belvedere Gardens 
land you will see what we have refer- 
lence tc. and thon a.'^k yourself. "How 
jlong ha sir been since I saw a similar 
islgn and how long will It be before 
il will Sep another one that may apply 
jto me?" 

! For that rea.^on we- have searched 
ifiouthern California rather thoromgh- 
'ly for homes and places of peace and 
happiness as far as this earth can af- 
ford for our people. We have tem- 
porarily settleii on our present new 
tract now being plotted and made 
ready for you and such of your neigh- 
bors who are far-seeing enough to 
purchase a heme while a home is pur- 
chasable to them... Thi« is not a 
speech, this is a fact that you cannot 
deny, and a warning to the sane think- 
Iteople. that the first purchased al- 
ways has th efirst choice and the last 
has what is left. 

We have Five Hundred dallart lots. 
50 I 140 ft: that we are going to sell 
the first purchaser for $350. 10 per 
cent down, and 2 1-2 per cent per 
mcnth. Teinporary homes will be al- 
lowed and nice homes will be in order. 
Water and Electricity is already on 
the property and graded Streets are 
included in the price. 

To- those who are interested, our 
I subdivision is right in the midst of or- 
ange and lemon groves. To those who 
are interested in poultry raising. I 
could recorfimend no better locality. 
Those who are not slaves to city life 
entirely will find this locality very 
convenient for both. , 

Lots will sell for $100 down and 
$5.00 per week; $25.00 down and $lS. 
00 per month or 10 per cent down and 
2 1-2 per month. 

I will sell these lots On easy terms 
so that each and every person will 
find them within his reach. Two lots 
only will be allowed to each person. 

HOW TO GET THERE— 

Call up Humboldt 6759 or come to 
1450 Central Ave. and make arraS«e- 
ments and we will be glad ttfstow 
you the property. T; 


ANNOUNCEMENT 
Ground Breaking at tho Christian 
Shnrch. Sunday. October Tth. at 3:00 
p. m. The 33rd and Hooper .\venae 
Christian Church will break ground 
for its new Church Home. Some of 
the most public spirited people of the 
city win participate In our grogram. 
The famous New Hope Baptist Church 
Choir together with our choir r.ill 
furaiih the music, iladara Viola Hax 
Tis Brandon. Directress of New Hope, 
and Madam Bertha Spurill', Djrectress 
of Christian Church Choir The pub- 
lic in general is invited. 


STORE 


PCOPLEV GROCERY 
■RANCHES OUT 

We are very pleaaed to not« the 
move of progress of the Peoples' Gro- 
cery Store located on 9th and Hem- 
lock Streeu, by opening a branch 
store at 1581 1-2 E. 21»t Street. This 
is Indeed a real mark of progress and 
the fiact that this business venture is 
bwned and controlled by three of our 
young business men, is commendable 
ind'eed and the people should rally to 
their support. They conduct a gen- 
eral grocery business and will be pre- 
pared at all times to give the best 
possible service, thereby living up to 
their motto of — "Service The Best 
FOR THE LEAST. 

T. E. SMITH OF OAKLAND AD- 
DRESSES THE FORUM ! 

The Forum was favored on last ' 
Sunday with a most fbrceful and in- 1 
spjrlng address -by Mr. T. E. Smith, | 
who formerly resided in this city but 
who is' now a progressive insurance 
man of Oakland. California, Mr. 
Smith is a pleasing speaker and 
aroused his hearers to the greatest of 
enthusiasm. He ^ has been visiting 
Southern Califoriria for the past ten 
days leaving thjs week for his home in 
the North.' Mr. Smith is one cf pur 
thinkers and a booster for all racej en- 
terprises. Not a narrow streak aljout 
him, he believes in "All jnen up fend 
no man do*n." 


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SOLICITORS WANTED , 

For specikl precinct work. 'Plea-e-j 

ant and congenial work. Liberal com [ 

pensatton. 5?ee Mrs. Sloan, lady in i 

charge. 2196 Central Ave. I 


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HUMBCHJ>t 3061-W 
Good BATsains in Houses and Lots. List 
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W. B. SMS PLllBING CO. 

CONTRACTING-^ FirnNG 
Repair Work oar ^ledaky I 

Phone HHmboldt 6231 Los Angeles, CaL 


ARE YOU A YOUNG WOMAN? Are you aeekiag.roAm la ■ 
fortable pla6e, where accommodations arc ftimirtia< at _ ^ 

price? If M make your home at SOJOURNER TRUTH CLUft HiMC; 
first and mMt beautiful home of Its kind in the cMy far 
young wom«n owned and controlled entirely by Raea wamaa. 
ROOMS $2 PER WEEK TO REGULAR MEMBERS. A Fma 
bureau maintained for young women in tti« Home — 111* tEA*r 
STREET. 


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R. W. BAKER, Prop. 
ELLERBY & SOUTHARD, Prop. Tonsonal Parlor 

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I ONE OF THE BEST TIRES MADE, ALL FACTORY 
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i FOR 5,000 MILES 

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30x3 V2 - - 15.00 

S2x3i^ 17.50 

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All Ot>>er Sizes at the Same Cut Prices 


Big Reduction on all Sizes of Tubes 

20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL AUTO THEFT LOCKS 

Champion X Splitdorf and A. C. Titian Spark Flags ; CoO 
Points; Schrader Air Gauges; Valve Inaides; Stopleak 
Radiator Compound; Headlight Globes; Ford Head, 
lamps; Tire Tools; Tools of all Kinds; Tool Boxas; 
Pumps ; Jacks ; — In fact all Auto Supplies at a saving. 

All Goods Sold Under a Money Back Gnarantec 

If Not Satisfactory. 

COME IN— LOOK US OVER— GET OUR PRICES 

Chas. E. Pearl Garage \[ 


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DO YOU WISH TO, LEARN TO 
DANCE? HERE'S YOUR C^HOtK- 

TUNITY f 

Prof. E. H. HsBsey who baa taught 
daacing in the East for a number of 
years has located in Los Angeles 
leaching both ball-room and fancy 
dancing in the Hiawatha Dancing 
Academy. 1824 Central Ave. beginning 
Monday evening. Qct. Ist. Monday 
and Wednesday evenings will be de- 
voted to the teaching of ball-room 
dancing, from 7:30 to 8:30 . Tuesday 
evenings T:30 tc 8:30. to teaching the 
ladles and gentlemen step dancing. 
Saturday at ' 1:00 p. m. to teaching 
children fancy dancing and at 2:00 p. 
m. to teaching children step daBctBfr. 


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NOTE OF THANKS 

We wish to thank our many friends 
for their kiadnegs and sympathy dur- 
ing the illness and death of our litUe 
sister and daughter, Mabel, wfco 
passed into the great beyond where 
trsTelers nerer return. * 

Signed: Mr. and Mra. W. K. Brown 

and fsmilT- . . ,^ 

*lr and Mrs. S. FUwry and family. 


NEW^ FROM COURT SOLOMON 
By WiirScaristt 

Members of Court Solomon and 
their friends filled Arioa HaU. Friday 
Nlte, Sept. 28th. where they danced 
to the deUshtful strains of the Black 
and Tan Orcbestrs; : 

The social commute* were natlr- 
ing in their efforts to make the affair 
a. success. Many bsaatifal costumes 
were som for the occasion. 

On Friday, Oct. 12,^ Court Solomon 
win Tislt Court Mt. Lowe, of Pasa- 
dena and a large boneh of Foresters 
win be there for the festirltles. 


BEAUTY CULTURE 
Par Exesllsnest WImtsT At tlfs, 
MODERN BEAUTY RARLOR. 1«tf 
Central Avemi*. -Mm*. Grant OHI**' 
pic. Prop, Far Appeintinciit call Hmih- 
boldt 154a Artistic Hairdr*Mia|; 
Manicuring, Facial Tr«atinMita, ate. 


ATTENTION r- FARMERS I 

We have secured a ..limited ..amount .-of 4 

choice acreage — Silt land in the Palo ? 

Verde Valley (East Riverside County) un- % 

dcr the goTemment irrisation system. f 

This land which is excellently: adapted * 

to Cotton, Alfalfa, Truck or Geneiml Farm- X 

ins, w» are offerinc in parcels of -20 and X 

40 acres at prices rmnging from $100.00 to ^ 

$2SOuOlO per acre according to inq>rove- 
ments. Moat of this land is now in crop 
(Cottsw and Alfalfa) and the Cotton is 
mnninc two bales to the acre. | 

THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY 
On very «uy term* you can secure one of 
these desirable farms and become a proj 
ducer, a respected and valued citizen. 

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NEVSOF CAUFm STATE 


SANTA BARBARA NEWS 

Services were very enjoyable and 
largely attended all day last Sunday 
at Second Baptist Chnrch. Rer. Dr. 
J. W. Wilson of Kaniat City, Kaiis., 
occupied the pulpit (or both morning 
and evening services and preached 
to the delight ot all present. In the 
-morning the subject: "The Mysteries 
and Miracles of Religion," while 
"Ufe's Finished Mission" furnished 
the subject for the evening discourse. 
The spirit of the Lord was present 
and blessed the hearts of the worship- 
pers as the message was delivered 
with power. ' 

We had the pleasure ot having with 
03 also Mrs. J. W. Wilson who with 
her husband began in the morning in 
the Sunday School and delivered an 
address in hia quiet, unassuming 
way to the Sunday School, Church and 
B Y. P. V. which was inspiring to both 
young and old alike. Dr. Wilson and 
wife have Iwcn friends for a number 
of years of the pastor of Second Bap- 
tist Church. Rev H. B. Thomas. 

We also have as visitors in our clly 
with a poBslbtllly of making it their 
future home. Rev. and Mrs. Dr. 
James, of Dayton, Ohio, who were 
amoug the worshippers Sunday at 
Second Baptist, and who are num- 
bered among our distinguished lead- 
ers In Amerira aw Prott'ssors. 

Dr. James with his accomplished 
wife also delivered an address which 
was enjoyed and edifying to the con- 
gregation. Through his diligence and 
life of service to the Master. Dr. 
James has lived to reap the age ot 
eighty two years and reads without 
glasses and has the appearance of a 
much younger man. He also has the 
distinction ot being baptized in 1855. 
Mrs. Jamos through her visit here 
has had the pleasure of meeting a 
brother whom she has not seen in ov- 
er thirty years and his wife with three 
beautiful rhildrpn. who have been 
residents here for some years — Mr. 
and Mrs Fr.mk Wilson. 


tin and little son. Alhvyt. were wetk- 
end kucsIh in the bouio of Mr. and 
Mr:*. .(. II WH.-<on ,tpi1 Mrs. Sophia 
HunI on Mfinteciio Slri-et n short time 
ago as touri.'^ls from Grornvillc. Tex- 
as, visiting old time friends. 


Mrs. M. I>. Jones of Houston, Texas 
and Mrs. Jessie Hood, her sister now 
ot Los Angeles but formerly of Hous- 
ton, were week-end guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. H. Wilson in their beautiful 
home on Montccito street and was 
the occasion for a tea setting Sunday 
afternoon on their departure for 
horde. 

Flowers of the season daintly ar- 
ranged could be seen in profusion 
around while the repast consisting of 
tpa sandwiches and cake and wafers 
was also daintly served Mrs. Mason 
of Santa Barbara Street poured tea. 
A goodly number were present. Mrs. 
Jone« paid a high compliment to Mrs. 
WlUon as an old friend with many 
others who havo known her a much 
shorter time. Mrs Wilson has proved 
herself a genial hostess and loved by 
all who know her . Mrs. Jones left 
Sunday night for San Francisco, be- 
fore .returning home. While her sis- 
ter, Mrs. Hood who aecompanied her 
from Los Angeles, returned to the 
Soutbem city. ! 


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The many friends cf Mr. N. T. Hill 
will be glad to learn that be is mucb 
improved since being breugbt borne 

Mrs. Dr. Taylor and Mrs. Lulu Gat 
from the National Conventloo in Los 
Angeles in a daxer] conditieo two 
weeks ago. He is able to be up and 
out walking around agaJn. 

Mr,. Curtis Shannoa wbo has been 
iB the cottage bojpltal for a few days 
is taQcb better and expected to be 
brought home some time this week. 


Mr. William Thomas of Gray Ave., 
is also slowly improving. 

Tommy Pruitt has left the city for 
the University College, at Kansas 
City, Mo. 


Iii;v. C. A. Harris, pastor of St. Paul 
A. .M. E. Church, Miss Esther Donald. 
President of the Christian Endeavor 
ami others left as delegates for the 
Convention in Los Angeles, Mondayi 


Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Price celebrated 
their first anniversary or linen wed- 
ding, Sept. 17, 1923. at Second Bap- 
tist Church. It was Indeed a lovely 
•ifair. A host of their friends were 
present to wish the couple much joy 
and happiness on their Bonnie Voy- 
age over life's tempestuous sea. 

They received many useful gifts. 
Sirs. Lllliao Burke poured tea for tbe 
guests. 


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Mr Eugene Shana and family spent 
Puaday io Los Aagelej visiting rela- 
livea and friends. 

Mr, and Mr;. Floyd WtiliatoB «sd 

J other. Mrs. B. F. Nauman, of Greely 
Te., San Diego, Cal., were guests of 
ttr. and Mrs Kitch, in the home o£ Mr, 
shd Mrs. ( . Chapman, on Hiley St. 
4iIso Mr. and Mrs. George Jones on 

tnta Barbara Street this city on 
)lr tour of the Nortbern cities. 
ey will migi;8te as far North as 
a Francisco returning home in the 
ttVtatdre. . 

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■ — Ivw. COto.. , v(b*.^Miiiii 
(t. *BtI' Mrs: Qebirga W. 
•f Santa Barbara Street. Also 
<a(r8.'S...G&UbraitiViaod Mr- Irriae on 


Waco, Texas, Mrs. Galbraith also of 
that city and Mrs. Jones were school- 
mates and had not met in over thirty 
years. They returned Sunday even- 
ing to Los Angeles from which placu 
Mrs. Carter expects to leave in abont 
two weeks for her home in Denver. 

The trip was made in Mrs, Gal- 
bralth's Kissel sedan. Mrs, Carter, 
very much like the rest of the risitors, 
^11 in love with beautiful Santa Bar- 
bara. 

Mrs. Georgia Lawson, President e{ 
tlie Women's Home and Foreign Mis- 
sion Society, entertained Monday af- 
ternoon from 2:30 to S:00 p. m. with 
her co-workers in honor of the distin- 
guished visitors of our race in the 
city. Rev. Dr. Wilson and wife and 
Rev. Dr. James and wife, the former 
of Kansas City, Kansas and the latter 
of Dayton. Ohio. 

Sandwiches, tea and coffee cake 
and cream composed the menu. The 
Church dining room was arranged 
and the tables decorated for the oc- 
casion. A number of guests were pres- 
ent. Addresses were made by each 
guest of honor individually which was 
encouraging. Instructive and compli- 
mentary to Santa Barbara and citi- 
zens with responses by Mrs. E. J. Al- 
exander, Mrs. Daniel Adams, Mrs. H. 
B. Thomas . Mrs. SImms, also from 
Kansas and last but not leas't Rev. 
H. B. Thomas, who also told of the 
effort put forth by him to errect a 
seventy-five thousand dollar building 
to be used for a Y. W. C. A. or work- 
ing girls home for the protection of 
the Women or our race, but was de- 
feated from so doing and in stead is 
now putting a building on the ground 
purchased by himself of which one 
room will consist of a reading or re- 
creation center room with privilege 
of getting select literature by those 
who desire to do so and read undis- 
turbed during Idle moments Dr. Wil 
son also expressed a desire to live in 
beautiful Santa Barljira and said he 
might .some day realize the desire of 
his heart. 

Alany iMeasiireful moments were 
spent in dining and chatting heart to 
heart talks being in evidence and on 
parting it was with regret that those 
present learned that Rev Dr. Wilson 
and wife wouW be leaving on the fol- 
lowing day but ail requested a speedy 
return. 

Mr. William Burko, Superintendent 
of Second Baptist Sunday School, has 
joined the rank of business men and 
occupies a bouse at No. 333 Anaca- 
pa Street, where he has furnished it 
with all new up-to-date furniture with 
a sign -^rooms for rent Mr. Burke 
is not running opposition but wishes 
co-operation with those in business 
like himself as the steady growth of 
the city needs and demands it. 


The annual sermon of the 13th An- 
niversary Of 2nd Baptist Church was 
preached by Rev. A. W. Cathcrwood ot 
the First Baptist Iwhite) of this city 
to a packed house. Prayer was of- 
fered by Deacon Wilson of Galeta 
First Baptist Church (white) and an 
excellent sers'ice was rendered by the 
choir The text of the discourse was 
taken from Jno. li:20 and was a mas- 
terpiect of eloquence and logic. Majjy 
of the members of our sister church 
helped to celebrate this 13th year, 
which has been the most successful 
io the history of this church and 
wbicb has enjoyed itg marked success 
under the leadership of pastor H. K. 
TboQiaE, «bn has been with ue all 
through these years. 


Sttada)r[ was'a great day in Second 
Baptist <|burch. The Malay Mission- 
ary Tisitipg in thQ oity preached both 
momlitg ^nd evening to an apprecia- 
tive audience. A ntunber of U. of R. 
students kere present, in the B. T. P. 
U. and toek part on the program. The 
church is I taking on new life in eyery 
department. 

— i r-» — ' 

Officer Youif Walton 



Offlcer Yoiung Walton, one ot the 
best liked Pdiice Officers in the city 
was appointeil to the Police Dcpt. of 
the City of lios Angeles March, 1923. 
Before his appointment, ho served his 
country in tlic U. S. Army both in 
America and in France. He was, hon- 
orably discharged In June, 1922. Mr. 
Walton Is najtjve of Alabama; is 27 
years of age. ' Jle ha.s made a record 
in the Police Depaitnit ut which Is 
not only a crii>dil to liiiiisli't, but is 
a credit to tljo entire Colored I'opu 
lation of this iclty. 

Aside from it he high typo of man- 
hood that be represents, he has ^Jjown 
his faith in thfe City by becoming one 
of the many Tax payers that make up 
this great city. Mr. Walton together 
with his brothbr. Mr. Folanders Wal- 
ton, has just {purchased a valuable 
piece of property, located on East 
Walnut Street,} near CcTfttral Avenue. 
It is a double Ipriemcnt- house and was 
purchased strictly as an income pro- 
po'sition. i 

His agents. fThe .s. P. Doncs Co., 
Inc., thru Mr. II. If. Hurst and Sidney 
P. Dones, hanilled the dtal for th'J 
Walton Bps. j * 

FOR REMT— i-Furnished rooms for 
two men. or mirried couple. I217 E. 
27th Street. I^tiraboldt W76-W, 


THE NATIONAL IMPORTING & 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

Of N^ York City 

Represented by— — — 

A. >^. GRANT 
217 Central A*enue; Plione Metro- 
politan 0230, |Los Angeles, Calif. 


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FOR RENT — Furnished or unfur^ 
nished rooms. $46 E. 33rd Stret. 


The members of the Starlight Band 
under the leadership of Mrs. John 
Btewart will begin to prepare for a 
winter of interesting work this 
month. And promise ranch for the 
nrowtb of that auxiliary of Second 
Baptist Church. 


Call 1510-W for news or address 
608 12 Sta. Barbara Street. 

L. A. Jones, Agent. 


reolAnos— 

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Word comes from Mr. and Mrs. J. 
H. Johnson of their safe arrival at 
home in Somcrton, Arizona. 

Miss Ray E. Tucker who has been 
visiting in New York for the last few 
months, returned to Rcdlands last 
■week looking and feeling fine. 

Mrs. IX>ugla8 ot Pittsburg, Pa., is a 
new comer In our city and is sloppiug 
with her fatKer, Mr. H. Taylor. 

Mrs. G. Cooper and Mrs. S. E. Jack- 
iwh went to Log Angeles, Sunday, 
where they attended the A. M. E. 
Cohtereneo meeting at 8tb and Towne 
Avenoe. Thcy declare they had a 
most enjoyable day. 

Mrs. Clark the daughter of Mrs. 
Wright who was taken to the houpit- 
al last week is improving nicely. 

Mrs. Young and daughter of ban 
BernardlBO and Mrs. Phillips. of Los 
AnfCles were visitors In the City last 
Saturday. They attended the enter- 
tainment given at 2Bd Baptist Chlircb. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kinnard of High 
Ave. sjleot the past week in Los 
Angeles attending the Conferences 
there. • 

..- Mrs! Eva JoBes Is ou the sick list 
thig week. 

Mrs. Julia WilHami; of 6(1^ St. who 
has been visKliig her father, Mr. tlQed 
In. Santa Barbara, artire^btlnle Smg 
4«y'aft«niooB. ^iii.*Jt»A rJttirMff 
m; Mw. ;fa»w»,, a|w; MiM Sea', 
usfway ot 5«.9ta Barbara. On t&eir 
n*furn they had ^ii accident, anotier 
c^r ran isto thelra. No oae was ••■ 
Tjously iaiu»*-(J. 


W Al.N T E D 1 


Real estate (jalcoman, permanent 
position In bouse and lot sales depart 
ojent. A man w|th personality, deter- 
mination and confidence in bis ability 
to suecessfully handle good clients. 
This is an opportunity for a man to 
become connoctfed with one of the 
leading firms of! Los Angeles, where 
Its dnancial Htret^gth and co-operation 
should be the melana of bis earning a 
v*ry good incomje. Your application 
held in strict confidence. For ap- 
pointment sec Mr. May. ^ 
1515 Central Avcsnue. 


WANTED— Ond or two children to 
care for in a well kept home, whore 
home privileges: and best ot care 
will be given. By week or month. 
Arrangements caq be made by calling 
In person. ' | 

r,'il East Santaj Barbara, Avenue. 

Take San Pedro Car. 

NOTICE! : NOTICE! 

GIRLS! GIRLS!; GIRLS! WANTED 
TO SOLICIT ApVERTISINQ FOR 
CARNIVAL 12th and CENTRAL. Oct! 
15-20. ATTRACTIVE >»ROPOSITION 
and LIBERAL CJ3MMISSI0N! Ap- 
ply 824 Central AJve. 

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By Pubb'^ Demand 

THE SUNNYLANb JAZZ ORCHES 
TRA Will held their weely DANCES 
at MAJESTIC OAf^eiNG ACADEMY; 
The Dance Hall ^Bbutiful, Cor, ieth 
and Main Sts., Evi^ Tuesday even- 
ing. Prof. Lewis >Vells, Floor Man- 
ager. Admission- 9S'Ce>tts. 

P. S.— Visit Sunnyland Music Shoppe 

AUTUMN 

By Wendell Gladden 

Autum, aiitum, with tawny beauty 

cllsgliig! I , ' 

iiRitg|rtJwl «fc|i||^^^l^t uftyal tfca^ 

. NatleiMt «fefibi I eVtiiiellgt- Win. 
.Lewis will eentiijcti'a Great Revival' 
at WesKy", M. E. iChufth, Sunday, 
Sept, 30th. f.Kn.ti' attend Every 

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No. 100,000 

A Cure for Obstinate Colds 

We Manufacture ft 

W* JiaT« a fuU lin^ of PLOUGITS WUkCK AND 
Wmhl M"M. WALKER'S; OVEStOlTS aiii 
P^OJiER'^ TOILET J^CLESt •!«> • Um cf 
-STRAIGfiTENlNC CdllBS. 

I ALBERT BAUMANN^ 

DRUOGIST 

Phone Main 6064 
NINTH AND CENTRAL 


POHN A. GRAPeacter of Piano 


Aims for Solid Muticiaiuhip 


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1514 E. 33d St. Phone: Humboldt 6620-W 

OPEN FOR BUSINESS 

: ; WlielMide aad RctaU — Stop ami Try U»I Fr«di Caad/c 

1 1 Everybady liket H. You buy it oim:«^ ynu'U fnif k twice, 

I and arery timc^ you'll aay if a aiee. Wa will traat yvu 

' • richt. See our prices. If you hd^ xu grow we caa kalp 

: : you. 

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Fire Insurance 

Talk With STOKES 



3808 Central Avenue 


Phone: 299-394 


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CITY BROTHERS ' 

For Bargains in Houses, Lots nd Apart- ^ 
ments For Sale or Rent 


HALLOWE'EN COSTUMES 

FOR 'HIRE 


Hallowe'en Norehies For Sale at the Cre^j 
Costunie and Hafr Shop 


WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE OFJ 
MR GOODS-SENT FREE ON REQUEST. 


ROSA L. SAMPSON, Prop. 

1114 CENTRAL AVENUE 
Phone:825-301 Res.: So. 6937- J! 


CREOLE! CREOLE! CREOLE! 


CREOLE HUMAN 
COMPANY 


HAIR 


WE ARk RECOGNIZED AS LEADERS 
IN OUR UNE OF ENjDEAVOR BE- 
CAUSE OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE 
—UNSURPASSED WORKMANSHtf^— 
AND GUARANTEED SATISFACTION. 
' Wiga, Braids, Switches, Pidlps, Curls, 
Ear Muffs, Transformations, JaaaettSf 
Bangs and Side Pieces to match any 
shade of Hair. . We carry the largest 
stock of Huntaai Hiiir Gdeds on the Cokat^ 
—Climax Hair Stral^l^tener for Men. 

Straifflitening ConW, Tongs^ Clirlinf 
and Wavingj Irons always in stack. 
Combings mirde up to order. 



G. W. CITY 
11001/2 Central Ave. 


R. J. CITY 
Broadway 2463 


OUR OFFICE IS OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 8 1*;Hl. ? 

Evenings By Appwntn»ent— — 

RESiDENCE~816 E. 37TH ST.— SO. 6800-M 


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MAIL ORDERS PROliPTLY FILLfO,. 


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(MHt puce .«n m$«vtvr) 

R<^9A L. SAMi»SON» lWH«tor 

Phones i S2S*301 Rei. : South 69S7-J 


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Human history and experience have taught lis that 
many peraoas believe tnat a head of naturally long 
and beautiful hair, a heafthy scalp and a lovely 
vnootli complexion come from .'uck, but they do 
not. Constant care and the frequent use of 
preparations of proven merit are the sccrctsi 

Use Madam G. J. Walker's 
Vegetable Shampoo Glossine 


Pure, thoroly cleanses 
hair and scalp. 


To soften dry, 
curly Jiair. 


Wonderful Hair Grower 

Nourishes and stimulates the growth of stubborn, tiielewhair. 

Tetter Salve 

For Tetter, Ecxema and Itching Scalps. 

Pour pruMrarioiu e«pecUII}r recommended for (bort.thia and faUin^ hair, 
tetter ana eaoema oi the icalp. Sent as trial treatment tor $1.50. 

Complezioe 8o«p Saparfia* JPao* Powder Ofaing Crvaaa 
WMoh HuW Joflr Compact Roufa Vaai^d^ Ctms 


Wodd teaowaed and made to aid yoo have a lovely, tmoeth oomplezioa. 
Fwaale at Dni^ Storea. ofA^taf and bf MmO, 

Frm Bwkkt— Write Today 

Tiie Madam C. }. Walker Mftf.Go^ Inc. 

640 9. West St^ ladluupob. lad. 


"Old Furniture Made New" 
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HAVE YOU WAITED TO SEE IF THIS WAS AN HONEST 

PROPOSITION ? VAI4JES ARE ON THE JUMP 

IN THIS SECTION 

REASON WHY—- J 

I. This Subdivision at %orb and Central Avenue lie's in the 
h«art of the wonderful developments xo*Bg on in the great 
Soath-EasL 

2^ Central Avenue, upon which our bu ti ness frontage lies, is 
being paved — 100 feet wide— to the harbor of Greater Los 
Angelsi. . ■ j .*' ^ 

3. 330 Acre Industrial Tract, a few blocks away, to contain 
80 or nM>re factories. 

4. New Compton Oil Field, 3 miles south, with 1700 Bbl. Well, 
high gravity, already in. E xcitemcnt at fever heat. 

5. Oil Refineries, Tank Farms, Factories being built all 
round us. 

6. $S,000,000 worth of vacant lots sold in this area in less 
than one year. < 

7. Central Avenue car line to be extended beyond Tract at 
once. Convenient car service now. 


I DID YOU KNOW THIS? 
OR 

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Tfaiat Central Avenue Subdivision is the only Tract iU: this ScctioB, 
Goodyear Tract, Ccbum Park and numerous smaller Tracts are located. 


m Goodyear Park, New 
for sale to colored people? 


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THAT WE HAVE SOLD 500 LOTS IN THIS SECTION IN LESS THAN A YEAR? 


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tHAT OUR PRICES AND TERMS ARE LESS THAN ANY TRACT Iff THIS AREA? 

WH Y D EL A Y ? 

We are waiting to serve you and save you that high rent and high down payaicnt and cost on vacd 

houses. 

REMEMBER IMPROVEMENTS GOING IN NOW! 

Improvements right n^w are beng put in with sJl ppnible q>ccd at no additional coat to po^ 
chasers. ' ' ' \ ' ■ ' ' 

SEE THESE LOTS TODAY BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR HOMESrrE—<H;R AUTOM<^ILES Ai^ 

AT YOUR SERVICE. SALESMAN ON THE TRACT AUL DAY 


OR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE— 





1437 CENTRAL AVENUE 


SUBDIVIDERS 


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REALTY MORTGAGE COMPANY 

OfCalifoniia 

SUITE 219 WILCOX BUILDING 

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LOS ANGELES 

REALESTATE MORTGAGES, TRUST DEEDS AND 

CONTRACTSBOUGHT AND SOLD. REAL 

ESTATE LOANS MADL 

Organizing 

WRITE OR CALL FOR PARTICULARS 


U a n«w, •elcntific preparation 
of glands from hoalthy young ani- 
mals. Put up in capsitl**. Easy 
to take. Sold en Meiwy-Baek 
Guarantee. Trial Treatment (15 
days) ii; Full month $5. ORDER 
NOW. 

FOR SALE at the following Drug 
Stores: 

Albert Baumann, 9th and Cen- 
tral Oklahoma Drug Store, Itth 
and Central; 

REMINGTON LABORATORIES 

S15 Wrfght anri Callen4 er Bl ^., 
Loa Aafelaa. Calif.*"^ 


PHONE: HUMBOLDT 7620 


I Pkone: 2S9-60S 

PROTECT U REALTY CO. 

ART SIMS i 

$5X)0 a Week %»ill hvr you a fceie ap daws parmenl! * 
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AUTO tlllMMING CO. 

L. We«tbr««ks|A W. C. Weatkreoka. Preps. 
Aula Tom aaid Upbomnriaca «f «U DeMa-iptioa at a 
1 Pleadbc Price 

i2$« EAST 9TH STREET 

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ENJOYABLE SMOKER 

Tlw resMeore of Oscar Smi'i. 1200 
Eaet Aduns street, wa^ 'he sotting 
lor « smoker on Weduesday nigli'. 
&<?p(ett)>er 19'h. wh*"!! tlial popular 
ntaa *b«w town, assisted Mrs Smith. 
Mr- an4 Mr:- Jack Mili?b, ro^allr ra- 
t«^ta<>4 'n honor ot 'b< retire ol 
Jfta. C Bur'na (.'uri'i, Oruid Si.alt- 
■eSllnl»r. t P O t. of W.. N-S. 8«. 
f!r^ tke r«<r*a')ycl»aci! GrsB'l Lo-ij- 
Se^ai b«M is C%ir»ga 

. '.Stun {"Ml^wiug BBcato'M'j of taigi 
-Kp. H were pre«t.>Dt ; 
, B. Barton Ceruti: ■\^'. M. Robinson, 
WJ M. Sutton; Emanuel Tbompson; 
J^^ M- Dyer; W. Hefflin: J. Mills; J. 
-!Wl KOtttbr: W. M. Winston; L. H. 


Benjduiio. f. K. HenderyjD. Dr. J. H. 
Wade: t>r .Veal Pierson. Visitor* In- 
clndp'l Atty. Hugh E. Macbeth. J. C. 
Spikes. Jack Miles. 

Af'T pjirtakjag o( a moBt sampla- 
oub repast;, with all the appurtenances 
b»!opginK fhore. the guests droT.e to 
tiieir r»ppectivp homes. 


WALE HELP: Colored Men waat«d ta 
qualify tor Bleeiag car and trala pe- 
ters. Siperlsace unneces'svy. Traas- 
portatksj furnished 'Write' T. MeCaf- 
trey, Supt , St. Louis. Mo. 


Buy your tickets early for gt 
Phillips Hope Che.'^t. Yon may be the 
lucky one. 


Mr». W. c. WiiiiaiDs wishes to an- 
nounce the opening dt Jicr Style Shop 
oa Monday. October 14tb for the tall 
and winter season. Mrs. Wllliaias lua 
be«n on her vacation for three moQtba 
during which time the parlors luve 
been closed and. ^hc has been JAcrea^- 
iOf her knowledge of the art by tak- 
ing • c:eurEe of csi^tume .bviMing un- 
Ht k leading Fresci deairn^r. 

.Th« pirlors this yc»r win fe« etiuip 
jir*-tth a U>Tf:« of able Seastrwses 
%fco will attend to all detail setters, 
le^vinj Mrs. WUHa|ft8 free to coBfl&e 
her efforts to desiCmag and dfreciiJhK. 

The ability and satisfactory woHt'7f 
Mrs. Williams is well luown to nom- 
Uers of patronesses >b Oak Knon. Al- 


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Ladena. Flintridge and Pasadena who 
will be if lad to learn of the formal 
opening o^ yOK-tober ISth at 475 Oak 
Knoll AfenM. 



Protect your interest. SEE S. P. 
DONBS CO. Humboldt 3236 J. 

Have you aeen the "Hope Chest.:" 
Tell your frieMa about rt. You may 
be the lucky mm. 


BARGAINS IN PASADENA 
For Dependable Adviee Respecting 
Property in Pasadena, better see— 

JAMES T, PHILLIPS 

Law, Real Estate and Insurance— 36 

W. Mountain St; Fair Ooaks'2911 


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Missouri Conmea], While or Yebw, 10 Ik 30c 

SKAT POWDERED CLEANSER 5c 

Only Cleanser Saline For a Nkkel 

WALDORF TOILET PAPER, 3 ROLLS 25c 

PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 24!/2 Lb.., Wc 

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EDITORIAL 

J, 5. BA3S 

E. W. KYLE 

C. A. SPEAR-BASS 

BOBERT ANDERSON 


STAJ^F 


Editor 

Associate Editor 

Managing Editor 

Foreman 


All newt, matter mutt reach this office not later Utan Wednesday A. M. 
to Intura publication in current issue. 

Advortiaing rates made known upon application. 


EDITORIALS 

RETRIBUTION 

Officials, Boards, Courts and juries failed to give Arthur 
Valentine justice, when he and his party were set upon by the 
turbulent deputy sheriff A. M. Cooper two years ago at Santa 
Monica and in a ferocious ru.sh dealt out misery and near death 
to Mr. Valentine and his party. Cooper Was reported. 
. The shA-iff failed to discharge him, the Civil Service Board 
passed the buck. The Supervisors passed the buck, but the 
^Crand .Jur>' indicted him, the Sheriff never relieved him of 
\uty pending his trial. He was tried but a deep .seated preju- 
dice resulted in a hung jury and therefore the case was finally 
dismissed. However, an unerring judgment on this ferocious 
<^ooper has come to pa.ss and just a few days hence, he pounc- 
ed upon a white man, and he got all that was coming to him, 
he got the beating of a life time, he got what he gave Valen- 
tine and then some, he ha.s lost his jt)b as Deputy Sheriff and 
truly in fact and in deed retribution for Arthur Valentme was 
at hand. 

In due time all of these ruffians who are ^ent forth by our 
peace officials, unless they change their tactics will get what is 
coming to them, if not in one way, retribution will surely come 
in another. 

Just what reason these hyenas of the law can give for the 
beating up and maltreating of defenceless prisoners is an enig- 
ma to us, and surely there mu.st be .some sort of redress or se- 
rious consequences cannot be avoided. 


REAPING THE WHIRLWIND. 


We once heard Senator James Reed of Missouri iri the 
semi-Southern State of Missouri, say to a jury of white men, 
while prosecuting the notorious Bill Adler for killing a black 
man. "If this man (speaking of the defeijdant) is allowed to go 
free because his victim happens to be black, bve and bye he will 
^•ith equal equanimity take the life of a white man." The 
jury brought in a verdict of guilty, Adler was sentenced aB,d 
actually sent to prison for killing this defenseless black man, 
and thia thing happened in poor old Missouri. 

There are now apparent many instances where the admo- 
nition of Senator Reed went unheeded, in many sections of 
the country, the killing of black men and women was but pas- 
time. So one day the worm turned and they began to take out 
whitft men, whip, maim and kill them, and it was further dis- 
ce^ed that an invisible' force was abroad in the land, taking 
unto themselves the law and4hen lo, and behold, the people 
who have sat idly by and allowed these things to come to pass 
were but reaping what they had sown and things began to 
happen, the old nation is topsy turvy. Civil War is broodinsr in 
the State of Oklahoma, where it is said, the Ku Klux Klan 
reigns supreme and truly the nation sowed the wind and is 
now reaping the whirlwind. 


DOWN WITH MALICIOUSNESS. 

There should be a reckoning day for pernicious and ma- 
licious persecution and a veiled attempt Jo wantonly ruin a 
legitimate business concern. .We refer to the recent raids up- 
on the Abyssinia Billiard and Barber Parlor on Central near 
Pico. This place was repeatedly raided and persons in there 
arrested and taken out, put in the wagon, taken to the po- 
lice rtation, and turned loose without the semblance of a 
char/e being placed against them. To our mind this smacks 
of the small time stuff. It looks like somebody wants to hurt 
somebody else in a business way. Spread the report of the po- 
nce activities and customers not wishing this annoyance would 
not care to go to the Abyssinia for either a shave, hair cut or 
recreation at billiards. This is unjust and borders on confisca- 
tion of one s property. The owners of the Abyssinia tonsorial 
♦ K Mj""* *^ ^"* busmess men who have for years worked 

to ouild up a trade and are numbered among our progressive 
SJtiStJl^leX""' "' "'" particularly to Messrs. 

Richard Baker, who conducts the Billiard Parior, has time 

;?aceTnH tT""^ '^^ "Tl'' '^ ^'« ambition'to conduct a ce^n 
place and to our mind he has absolutely lived up to his resolve 
—As a business man he is clean cut and a strong supporter of 
•very movement for helping legitimate business concerns. 
. And so far as this particular place of business is concern- 
ed it has the approval of 99 percent orthe business concerns in 
tWs vicinity. 

♦u * ^vf LT'* T""* *° '^^ ^ *^^* ^^«" a ">*" " striving to do 
the right thing help him do it. If there is any reason to arrest 
anybody at any time we have no complaint to make but we do 
protest against picking on any person in a malicious and per- 
BlCioas^manner as in the case of the Abyssinia. 


Pasad^a No>tes 

from Frieiidship , 

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Witii a great amount of plessarOi 
the Editor "takas hit pea in hand" to 
express a.tew wocd.8 ot greeting to th» 
readers ^f the HnFORMBR," after 
an absence of tljree months. .During 
this time, while separated from the 
•INFORMER'S" field of activity by 
many miles, I have followed \ its 
course with much interest and con- 
cern. 

Realizing at the start that my at- 
tention was necessary for the suc- 
cessful completion of the worl laid 
out for lav during^ the summer, I 
romdpletely severed my coniiectlon 
with all other duties. 

The INFORMER was left under 
the muaagemeiu of the Associate Ed- 
itor, Mr. Bolomon, with Rev. Tilman, 
Van 'Williams »nd Herbert .MlUg as a 
staff of asgiatantii. The is.sues that 
thpy have placed before you prompt- 
ly, each mrfnth, speak for themselves 
as to their ability along this line and 
a.s to how Wfll they have performed 
ibr>ir duties. 1 take this means of 
thanking them (or this splendid sup- 
port, so genenmsly rendered, not- 
withstandinK their num*rou« other 
duties in the Church life.- 

To the patrons of the advertising 
columns, who have cpntributed to- 
ward the financial support ut the pa- 
j per and to the Board of Trustees who 
1. absorb the differeuce between the re- 
ceipts and the cost of publication, 
when necessary. I fcttl deeply appre- 
ciative. One's task seem* li/ht when 
a group of loyal suporters are at your 
side. 

My trip, I shaH always regard as a 
treasure, long to he cheristked. Th^ 
scenery, the experiencps, the contact 
with different classes of people, in dif- 
ferent parts of the country, the un- 
folding, day after day. of Ood'a croa- 
tlve masterpijBce were invaluable as 
a means of broadening one's vision 
and- viewpoint. • 

When time and opportunity per- 
mittAi, 1 endeavored to be on the 
alert to observe eondition.i prevail- 
ing among' our Churches throughout 
the Middle West ar.d the East and 
to note their progress and methods 
loading up to sucross. To say that I 
was impressed would be to say the 
least. in fact, the magnitude of 
some of the projects severely strained 
our limited visionary pcwtrs but I be- 
lii've that I emerged with a deeper, 
clt'arer conception of the job of win- 
ning the world for Christ and of the 
opportunity that we have riKht here 
In Pasadent to complete a niiphty bul- 
wark and factor for the Pacilic Coast. 

Owing to the abnormal condition, 
brought about by the inHux of great 
numbers of Negroes from the ?outh 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Progresplvf stridfs arc being ihade 
to make our Church Schopl the most 
efficient in its class. At the regular 
quarterly conference of the teachers 
and workers on Sept. 27th the recom- 
niondations forwarded to us from Mrs. 
E. O. Solomon, Director of Religious 
Education, were accepted and adopt- 
<il. They dealt particularly with the 
observance of "Children's Week (Or- 
tober 14-21) a national movement to 
emphasise the religious education of 
the children. The results sought for 
during this effort: 

1. .More boys aijd giris In Sunday 
school; 2. More patents awake to the 
importance -of traHning in religion: 
3. More churches prepared to direct 
religions education: ;4. More teach- 
erp and leaders trajned Tor leader- 
ship. Program 

Sunday, Oct. 14— Special program In 
the Sunday School (with the chll 
dren f.aking part), Mrs. Williams In 
charge. 

Monday, Oct. l.'i— Cradle roll and 
Beginners party. Mrs. K. H. Smith !n 
charge. 

Tuesday, Oct. 18— Home "\'lalutlon 
(getting every child enrolled In Sun- 
day School), Mrs. A. E. Smith in 
charge. 

Wednesday, Oct. 17— Story Telling 
for the children, Mrs. R. F. Payne In 
charge. 

Thursday, Oct. 18— Parents and 
Teachers "Get Together" (to present 
children's needs of religious educa- 
tion), Mrs. C. Sweet in charge. « 

Friday; Oct. 19— Children's festival 
of song «nd story (creating coramnn- 
ity spirit, retreshments to he served); 
Mrs. J. tt. Harrison In charge. 

Saturday, Oct. 20— Preparation day 
for the Children's parade. 

Sunday. Oct. 21— Morning: Special 
sermon by the pastor, subject, "Rights 
of the Child. Afternoon: Autn Pa- 
rade. Evening: Address, subject, 
"Kellglous Education, Selected." 


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COMMENTS 


WHEATON 

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Down in the city of Little Rock, 
Ark., the white people owned and op- 
erated aix ice ^lant. A considerable 
number of the customers were Ne- 
groes wad the major portion of all the 
customers were ser-.ed by Negro re- 
tailers. The white people thought 
that the Negro was msiking too much 
of a success so they curtailed bi«) ac 
tlvlties by refusing to sell him any 
ice. Did those Negroes iiuil any ac- 
cept the situation'? No siree: Tbey 
formed a company and erected a 
plant to manufacture their own ice, 
and the beauty ut it i^, that they man- 
utacturo such a superior article of 
Ice that they have made gri>ut inroads 
on the consumers of the whiti- ni.Tiis' 
ice plant, and numbers of the wliite 
People are patrons of the Negro ice 
company, Oocd lie: Better Ice: No 
difference If It I'i made by black 
hands. 


every effort then made for the segre- 
gation of cur race children. Vigilance 
should never cease. Segregation in 
the Imperial Valley is the entering 
wedge for -.segregation in the city ot 
1-os Angeles, .\llow segregation iv 
the public .ichoohi of Imperial Valley 
and it will be only a matter of time 
until the entire State is segregated 
Back up those children who protest, 
and eriucati' the parents who sa; 
"Let Well enough alone " that 'the? 
are setting a precedent for the cor 
ilitions th<y moved from to be ush 
ored in . BACK CP THOSE CHIL 
DREN! 


A colored waltfcr on one of the din 
ing ciir.s running out from Chicago 
bouglii an apartment house of 2 
apaririKiits in one of the bene of rt i= 
idenlial districts. He paid, the good 
ly sum of $100,000— one hundred thou 
sand dollars. It is ivldent that that 
waiter made good use of his tips and 
has now placed hinisnlf in a positioi. 
of affluence. It would be interestin; 
to know of the many sacrifices whirl 
thai waiter made to acccmplish hi 
end. For without doubt he had ai 
end in view when he saved his money 
There is sermon in that purchase: .' 
sermon which every boy and gir' 
should read. It is a sermon of thrift 
and industry: a sermon of accom 
plishment under great difficulties. 

There is stern law of compensation. 

Nothing i:or nothing: Put nothing in 

your commuuity and receive no re- 

I compense. It is nature's law. and the 


A white woman in the city of ^ndian- 
apolls, Indiana, became so incensed 
because, her mail was delivered to her 
by a Negro carrier that she protested 
to tW Post OfDce Department in the 
most Vehement manner. She threat- 
ened to do bodily harm to the carrier 
if he was not removed from that par 
ticular route. Well. Post. Master Cen- 
eral New pointedly told that irate 
lady a iVw things, amcng them was 
the assertion that the full power ot 
the fnlted States would be used to 
protect any of its »;ervants no differ- 
ence the creed, color or previous con- 
dition. It would be amusing if it were 
not so pitiful, this ranting of a brain i law oC Nature does n&t err. How of 


so prejudiced ih^it It refuses ta fnnc^ 
tion only on matters of racial hate. 
Well the lady will continue to rocpive 
her mall through, tho mediiim of that 
same earrler unless she moves. 


The stand taken i by the children 
down in the Imp<prlal Valley should 
be backed up by eveiy race man and 
women in the State of California. We 
have fought segregation in the pub- 
liu schools ever since we have I)eeh 
in tjiis state. This Is not the first 
I time tliat the Insidious hand of racial 
hatred has sougbt to clutch thi- throat 
of our public "School system. Years 
ago. eren some of our new arrivals 
from other states sought to Introduce 
the same svstom of education from 
which ihc7 had just fled. This writer, 
with the late Nelmore: then publish- 
er and editor of th" California