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NATL. NEG RO PRESS AS SOCIATION 
CHICAGO flONORS GOA %T 


NOTABLE TESTIMONY HONORING EDH'OR OF THE 
CALIFORNIA EAGLE ^ 


(Special by N. N. Prew Atsoeiation) 


ChicsKO. ni., Marcli. 1.— Transform- 
ing the stem order of the famed 
H«racel Greeley to the yoath of a 
heftier day,- to "go. West." , Joseph 
Blackbam. Baas," Eaitor of the Cali- 
fornia ,Sagl6, opened his broad arms 
*>a< b^ged the people of the Middle- 
west t« come still farther West in a 
brilliant addrei^ deHvered at a ban- 
quet in hi* hooor held in the famous 
Appomaitoz Clu^ and of whlcli Mel- 
Tin J. Chlsm was the host. 

Leading members of the local press 
fraternity were ghests at the banquet. 
Mr. Bass set an queries as to why he 
had come to Chicago at rfst when he 
told his hearers in a few words ,that 
out in his home. California, th^y re- 
garded Chicago a» the Negro Capitol 
of tl^e world and that he had come 
her»;to beg that the Influence of the 
leadSrg. of such a great city l>e used 
to persuade Negroes to come to Cali- 
fornia and grow. 

The California editoi^ explained the 
situation: "They hare put the law 
after the Japa. They ctm't bar land. 
They are coming off the farms. They 
have supplied the Los Angeles' prod- 
uce market, one of the greatest in fbe 
world, with $17,00<>,000 wortli of prod- 
uce annually. The law is driving 
tbera out. Somebody has got to take 
their ililacea. Why not Negroes?" 

Robert S. Abbott of the Chicago De- 
fNider; was Toastmaster. Other 
speakers were Joseph O. Bibb, editor 
of the Chicago Whip: A. L. Jackson, 
contributing editor of the Defender; 
N. V. Brascher and Claude A. "Biraett 
of the Associated Negro Press. Mr. 
Chism who was host to both news- 
paper men and Mr. Basd explained 
that a)^ his. spare money, that which 
men as a rule use at cards or other 
forms of. pleasure, la spent in pur- 
suing his- hobby of seeing hat news- 
paper men get something good to eat 

One of the sl^nifloant features of 
the dinner was the tribute paid Vj 
the speakers to the etfectireness and 
value of women as workers for the 
Negro Press. 

The souvenir programs furnished by 
the dIstinguUhed host, Mr. Helvin 
Chism were Indeed a work of art and 
genius and were surely worthy of thfe' 
notable occasion. A picture of the 
guest of honor yraM on the front page, 
followed by the pi-ogram and a list 
of the Invited guests for the occasion 
whose names follow: 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Abbott; Mr. 
and Mrs. Alfred Anderson; Mr. and 
Mrsi. Joseijii D. Bibb; Mr. and Mri 
Wrtwrw D. Brascher: Mr. Claude /^. 
Bamett; Mrs. Zen^via Hampton Bag- 
by: Mr. MeWln J. Chism; Bishop and 
A. J. Carey: 'Mrs. Irma C<x>ke: 
and Mrs. Oscar DePriest; Mrs. 
1 Oavln; Mr. and Mrs. Darld 
ly; Mr. -and Mrs. L. C. Harper; 
'.Arthur -W. Harris; Mr. A. U 
Mr. and Mrs. Phil. A. Jones; 
Dewey Jones; Mr. Walter Jones; 
aiMJI Mrs. Oacar D. Jones; Mr. 
BdM^ A. JelU; Mr. David Kellnm? 
MK and Mrs. Morris Lewis; Mr. Tony 
Langaton; Mr. Clement McNeal; Mr. 
Henry Proctor; Mr. PercfraT Pratta; 
Mia* Nattie Qwtce Speedy; Col. Roa- 
Gmkllac SlaMiona; Mr. EtttagV 
" Mr. Jtitn r. rpfla; M?. Str 
rTVpar: lir. aad .JUxi. feitnrt 
WbWi >*'■ "^ Mra-Traak r<owif- 
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BABIES MOBIUZING 


Colored lufants Fight Oppression 


By'WIIIiam Piclcens 
For The Associated Negro Press 






W. 


Dr. Arthur J. Booker ; was born in 
Siin Antonio, Texaa, attended schools 
of San Francisco, Albuqtleque, Colora- 
do Springs, Denver, and Prairie View, 
Texas. 

Was assistant to Dr. tScbusto, sur- 
geon of American Smelting and Refin- 
ing Company, attended l<(prth western 
University, Chicago. Supt. of Provi- 
dent Hospital, St. Louis,{ then took a 
post graduate course in London and 
Paris. Practiced in Des | Moines four- 
teen years, Vhen he taught twp year's 
at Drake University Medical school. 
He served in the World's War with 
the 365th Infantry. 

The City Hospital, pes Moines, 
says: "He has bee:^« member of our 
hospital staff on the medical and sur- 
gical s^vlee. We hav^ the utmost 
confldence in Dr. Booker's ability. 
His service has always \ been highly 
satisfactory." , 

The Methodist Hospital: "Dr. Book- 
er has been a member of our staff for 
years. Our contact with Dr. Booker in 
the conduct of bis prcfebslonal work 
haa been a most intimate' one, He is a 
most ethical practicing physician." 

Mary Hospital: "He has worked at 
our surgical for a number of years. 
During that time he has; given proof 
of his ability as a very callable sur- 
geon. He has always been willing, 
courteous and faithful, and we can 
recommend him to any ope." 

Polk County Medical Society: "We 
regret very much to havp the doctor 
leave us, as he was will(ag to do his 
part, A a member for tb^ good of the 
society. He Is ethical ai^d is consid- 
ered one of our most infliiential mem- 
bers." I 

Iowa State By stamper: I "Dr. Booker 
is an uQUBual student of hlf pro/Pd- 
Slon, having studied abroad and made 
a. special study of surgeiy. He came 
Iter fourteen yaars ago agd built up* a 
Urge practice, having devoted much 
of his work to surgery tor which he 
Itfg prooven particularly! fitted. It is 
ta'ba regretted .that Dr. Booker leaves 
Dea.Molpes. ^o commaalty can well 
•49r4 to laa^aaali ot [his ealib«r. 
ipn tatr,paepl«.snpr«eia»d IU> *blU' 
1^ itttO. kit atiail waa mad«- up to 
\mi^ W*'«k«U MlM bim JMT^y" 


The beautiful black, brown and 
brunette babies battle the beast of 
race prejudice. 

We have always heard that one can 
do more with the yoiirig generation 
than with'the bid. and so we conclud- 
ed that if there be any virtue in the 
yonngness ot the generation, we 
would employ the . services of the 
youngest generation of all, the babies. 
And surprisingly enough the Brown 
Babies of Dayton, Ohio, are making 
a bigger fight against lynching a|nd 
segregation than the older Prowfns 
heve ever yet made. Fourteen Babies, 
of. Dayton, ranging in ageF from t 
few days to ouly' three years, have 'at 
the same time brought about more co- 
operation among the older folk of 
Dayton than those older folk have ev- 
er known before. When we visited 
Dayton four weeks previously, there, 
was so much dividedness among the 
grown-ups Browns, that we were seri- 
ously considering writing Mr. Bok to 
lend us one hundred, thousand dol- 
lars for an inter-colored Peace Plan In 
that town. But after organizing a Bia- 
by Contest, we find that a Baby is 
better than a Bok in their gSo"amZZZ 
better than a Bok. In their four weetoB' 
contest; these babies have exhibited 
some admirable qualities which we 
are recommending that tlie older folk 
try to "inherit" and "take after". For 
example: 

The babies have not been egotistic, 
or eondteited: Not a single Baby en- 
tered the contest thinking that he 6r 
she would just naturally have to win, 
unless the managers or judges wefe 
crooked. They have not been- selfish 
or snobish: Not a single 5aby but was 
perfectly willing to enter the contest 
tjie moment it was called to his atten- 
tion, and nOt one was heard to remark 
'l would take part of that Old Baby 
So-and-So Wasn't In it,-I can't put my- 
self down wit that crowd." They are 
not clannish or "stuck up'-': The mope 
well-to-do Babies welcomed even the 
poorest Babies Intb the contest. "My 
set" ha<l no meanlnfg for them. j 

They are good "sports: No Baby rt- 
ally worried lest some other Baby 
win the prize, and no one cried anjd 
pined cr lied and whined because h'e- 
missed the prize. There was no insiij- 
uation, one against the other, anil 
when the hotly contested struggle wap 
over, nobody said: "Well, I don't set> 
how she ever got a prize!" 

They are brave, frank, open, "-abov0 
board": Some carried banners, read- 
ing-" A vote for Me is a Vote agalnsjt 
Lynching", of "I am working for th^ 
N. A. A. C. P.-You work for me,-anfl 
other such un'cpologetic declaration^. 

And there was no graft: Not a. slrf- 
gle cent went into any Baby pockel), 
except the three cash prizes. \ 

And when Urbana and Sprlngfieljl 
Babies heard what Dayton Babies 
were doing, they did not say: "That'« 
nothing. We don't want to imitatt 
that Dayton crowd". But they said; 
"That's good! Show us how. We want 
to do it too." 

j God, give us more babies, even If 
yjDu must make room for them by 
sending more of the Old Polks to- — - 
Heaven! 


Prominent Realtors 
Studentsin Night 
SchodbU.S.C. 


rivers that murmur the chant 
if of the tropics; all in all, a land far 
cooler and far more pleasant than 
people elsewhere thhik" was Meek- 
er's description. 


Miss HaDieQ. Brown \ 
To Be Heard h Lectori 


Hear the Kational President ot Fe4 
erated iCoHrred Women's Clufts, Mlsi 
HalUe Q. Brown, who will appear la 
big lecture, March 10th at S:00 p. d. 
at Weelisy Chapel tT- E- Church. Sub- 
Jaet: "Our Wmnan'i PMt, preaant, 
and Futura". Tb»-i^UcW invited, af 
pwially tk» weisMU -. ;. 


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Edward J. Poker. President and 
Walter L. Gordon, Sflcretary. respec- 
tively of The Climax RefUty Company, 
at 2517 Central Av^niue are now en- 
rolled in the Night School Class of U. 
S. C. studying Real Estate Methods 
and California Real Estate Lew, con- 
secutively, they, and one other of the 
Race make up the total of our group 
in a very lafge class. 

After finishing this semester,, they 
antI6ipdte enrolling next year, so as 
to so qualify in their chosen field, 
that they will \ competently handle 
real estate in ail of Its 'intricate phas- 
es and can advise authoritatively in 
any problem or purchase. 

Mr. Porter is a newcomer,' being a 
fonper resident of Seattle, Washing- 
ton, where he is well and favorably 
known. He was manager of The Gold- 
en West .-Hotel, and at one time a 
proprietor of a furniture store. He is 
a prominent member of Independent 
Church. 

Mr. Gordon has been si letter carrier 
for fourteen years in our city and Is 
widely known and prominent ' in all 
affairs for racial betterment. He is 
Secretary of The Progressive dlstrlb- 
butor and Correspondent for The- 
Chlcago Defender and Thet^risis, and 
an organizer of The Chicago Ice 
Cream Company, was also a leader-in 
The Forum, as well as member of Hol- 
land Lodge, F. & A. M.. and A. M. E. 
Zion Church. 


Verdict of Goilfy is^- 

tumedinRaceF^ht 

Case 


L. 


Visalia (Tulare Co.), -Feb. 27.— It 
took a Jury in Superior |udge J. A. Al- 
len's court Just fifteen minutes yester- 
day to find Frank Tilly of Porters- 
field, colored, guilty' of assault with in- 
tent to comlt murder upon R. G. Stew- 
art. Judge Allen will pass sentence 
Saturday^ ' ' 

The offense occured at PortersvlUe 
last November. Stewart, who is- from 
Texas, had been attending a mbtien 
picture theatre. Coming out, he re- 
marked to a companion, white people 
and Negroes attend the same show 
out here." 

The remark was overheard by a col- 
ored woman who took exception to k 
and berated Stewart. JiUy, a; husky 
bricklayer, took up the 'argument and, 
according to teftmony introdujced at 
the trial, struck Stewart with ai heavy 
hammer. The Mow was aimed at the 
head, but Stewart, ducking, averted 
very serious injuiT- . 

Tilly has against him a prior con- 
viction for aslault In 1921 he pleaded 
guilty and was admitted to probation. 

Mrs. John J. McNeil has Cibarge of 


tha iMfaat«erft,rU she. iMh» only mem- 
Jter o^ ter ra^a -arociftBltlirltk this wou- 
derful^ipciety and'Sylth beautiful work 
for a c'bild that never geU a kiss 
from mamma: the other race has res- 
poDsed bedutlfnliy to^tjtc other workr 
ers in this re*pe«^i line 

Will ywi pi^aSe five me your co- 
operation , on ti^ ^JTaJ-I stand before 
you OR AptH Uth.~aakint yon for 
what yoa'taaciveilor a clld of your 

Mrs. HcNe^ ft th« only woman of 
her race tn.tliis,Oso«lety..Work aad this 
y^ar sh«»||flji»'tiC-rtr to^*<u«8 among 
er owii|i4B;i^^2«tir^>^ple don't 
kno^. <Pg'4warW^e| ttaji^. same care 
as ttelm&v.iwofeV'iji ,«Tery respect. 
Mrs. j^h^^fto(|a.i^ljy.*«fecy»d among 

the o<tJ(!i^fi<')<m(<M:«C4'''^ **^'^^'' ^"^^■ 
and wants h«Jr't!W*wa ifl$ibstf to know 
she 18 thelT'^ aii«-«^^h<ir bit for 
these dear b»D|eIW|' dkStren. Mrs. 



.lida, drtve begs 
the sen- 
will be 
^er race 
if partlcolai' 
y April 
s -Button 


McNeil the^Cil 

the aid pf " 

era! pobilC: 

a suc^slu*^ 

will 

day 

12th.^., 

No# I %i >^Siaiab4 %a app^l for 
volunteers for that day. WU lyou 
help? A quarter a day will teed a 
child all day. WUl yon help collect 
what yon can? If so call Mrs. John 
McNeil-Humbolt 8435-W or call and 
have a talk with her tor further par- 
iculars address -ZSOS Cenral Avenue. 
At present I am proud Xo »«y I have 
to offer Miss B«rtha Jones aa our 
first volunteer for the great drive. 
WiH you beip? If ao, pboiM Humbolt 
843i»-W and Mrs: McNeil wUl give you 
full partk^Iars. 
We tbftak>yvu. i 

CHlLDlieK'El HOME SPCIBTT 


Tliis CoDcerns Us AI 


Rcpresentativei! oltill our chsrcktt, 
Lodgesl and every other orgaalts- 
«ioa. are in'vlted ta attend • special 
meetlig at the Y.MJCA. thia co^ttK 
Tuesday evening at' 8- o'clocfc.Th* 
Honorable Richmond Pearsoa Moka** . 
will deliver an education^ addcaas o^^. 
the baneful effecu of Hiblt VbroitaC 
Narcotics. At this meeting stepa wIU 
be taken for an elfefctive Organiaatton ' 
to work in conjunction with the Caa- 
tral OSce. preventative of this dread- 
ful e>1U : 

Copy of the letter . addressed to 
each Organization, is hterpto attache*. , 
and if any organicatim' did not r*- % 
ceive an InvitaUon, the" PitfM »»'/ , 
cept it in tbU manne^ acoe^UMT the 
wni for the deed. BE QX TIME. :■ 
I Sincerely. 

H. ^^ ^ftO^lK 


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NATIVE AFRICAN yiS^/ 
ITORINLOSANGELES^V 


Prof. V. L. Quashie Lawson of Sier- 
ra Leone and Gold Coast West Africa, 
is "in our city. Since his arrival here 
he has crowded the V. N. I. A. Hall 
at 1034 E. Adams St. Prof. Law- 
s6n is proving to us that the natives 
are not as uncivilized as has been 
said. In the mean time the .Professor 
is trying to take back with him some 
real men and woinen of trade for man- 
ufacturing in Africa, as there is ev- 
erything in Africa, but the natives 
are unable to turn their products in- 
to money. Prof. Lawson will be In 
our city until June and quite a num- 
ber of our race have prepared them- 
selves to go over to our "Homeland" 
and do some real work. Come over 
to the Universal Negro Improvement 
Association and hear the speaker 
from afar. Much good is being done 
among them. 

All at'e welcome. 

J. j; STAFFORD, Pres. 


AFRICA IS HELD LAST 
'GREATWESr ON 
' EARTH . 



A HOMELESS ClilLD KNOCKS 


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(By the UnHad'^^Preas? 

LOSjANOBLBB fe,h. 25.-^"AMcb 
will'be thelaiit grMt west," said Os 
car'W. I Meeker of London, writer nni) 
globe trotter,- . 

When the tide it migration moves 
to the knd ot tl^ present west, afitd 
Meekar it wiB iOmp acroaa Aaia and 
Western Europe to thB ahorea <A 
Africa. "Th^a it win 9na richness 
beyond the tondeat expectattona: a 
beauty no mw e«a aiceantely dee- 
eribe! helaqf hreeeee trafllac wttk 
them -*Mi eeivt M tinia tare«t« aad 
tlM ''Mm ^0HiaMtitiei tte iBUM 



Standing,^n the ouiside Icmging to 
be insid^-nto enjoy the love and care 
of a d|uidy and a. mamma. 

This is the fate of many bright and 
healthy youngsters in the receiving 
Xome of the Childrens' Home Society. 
Children waiting tor the real home 
that will bring thejprotectiniK, loring 
clasp ot ainns thati protect and glad- 
en ' the _ day ot chljldhoqd. 300 new 
children under supervlBlon: 222 leg- 
ally adopted; 279 hew children re- 
ceived ot 49 knowi^ — 18 ol unknown 
ipnalities; 2S3 placed in family 
«s: 1673 visits to foster parents; 


642 old and new cases now under su- 
pervision; IS 1 children under 1 year 
ot age; 46 over one year pnd lest than 
6; 52 over t years; this to California's 


so much to some little; child. It re- 
quires quite a bit to keep Ithe homer 
and to care for these ehlldreu, ao this 
year's drire wUl he dilerhnt >o& 
last year's. Instead «f T4c Dnr. it 
will be Button Day and theM Bnttona 
will be sold thU year. Colored dis- 
tricts by ladles Who will -volvntsw 
their aid for somie UttIe,ch^d o< t^Irj 


Watts, Cal.. !«arch iVh^.lttJN. 
DAir Sir or Madam: — , . 

I am instructed to hereof ,«oUff 
you of a meeting of representatlTea 
from our various Churches, and otker 
Organizations, at the Y. M. C. A, co» 
ner of Ninth apd Hemlock Streeta. 
Tuesday. Mardk 11th, at 8 p. ta. 

A matter, the most vital t« the ■well- 
being of our people, will be presetttad 
in an address, by the ^Onorable Elch- 
ard Pearson Hobeon. 

A' deadly io* seeks to undenntae 
the life. Impede the progrese, aad Ipi- 
pair tbp usefulness of the^ people: . 
The time, therefore, is at hand, tor 
united effort against the common eB- 
•Wy- Yflur allotment of repreeenU- 
tlves. is (3) wWch you wlU pleaae w9- 
point, and inatmct to be on time. 

Yonre Fratetnaltr. ;, 

H. D. PROWD. 


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Clarence Matthews 

For Tl^ Assoqiatttd Ncflre 

In our |tudy of tbfr" American Ooa- 
monwealth" by Jame« Bryce, w 
gleaned t|at curs was a system of par- 
ties where the life of the party de- 
pended on loyalty of the units to partT 
leadership and to party princlpt«lL 

No sach rale is being foUowed *r 
Repnblleans. of today. There vm at 
present in the party, notahly ia the 
e«iiate. a handful of willful s»«n cal- 
ling themselves RepobUcan» wbo are 
a dlsg.'ac* to the party. They aeeai 
most pleaded when they embamaa 
the party. They go the Democrata o«a 
better by their treachery to the (C*»- 
ciples of Republicanism. 

We. Republicans, cannot nnder- 
sund why real Repuhltcan Seaaton 
are seeking to oust Attorney Oeaent 
Dougherty when nothing has been 


JELKSP ^ 
HAV£ BAP 


That moat profrataire V!k^ Itfdtl*' 
has launched » freit Mf hud drtT*.|-ettal 
Hembenhlp eard«.!haTa hbea faBi|'Vhil 
out to all persona i^o |MI.tklit tkay 
h*T« abUUtr sloBC «klt lihd: wtum 
tiMta to jAia ia aai ^^^^^^^f^ 


greatest^ charity. Your.' ha4p means proven or even shown against him: 
.. - ••..■ •.nj i» „ they have not even Hiade out a prinm- 

facie case. Mr. Dougherty haa made 
more Important appointmenta o( Ne- 
groes than aar ''^ttAriier Qeaenl be- 
fore in the history U tke Daited 
i^Utea ^ , 

We, KeimMteaas, ctfwat udar 
ataad^why theae sane R ^ > n hlk an 
Seaators. when tbey were In the asl- 
aerftyaad *rm while they hare hew 
la ^ wajorttr. have aet hmagM «»■ 
^Iskt some «C the wraag detaga «<J 
DeaeeraH' "' ' " 

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iAe WMea adMalatratleo. It 
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tlon ot the lodge in thto cemaira 
but likewise tor the peo^e ia the i 
with wWeh It U aMUated. 
Thia win he a 

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FOR RKNT— FurnlMtd apartment 
Call at H14"e. -Wth Strict. ^2^^.1 


FOR HENT — Modern five room 
house e(^i>^letely furnished, reason- 
able. R^« after aiSO p. m. 299681. 
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WANTED 
A few hours work evenings after 
At e by a first class chauffeur, elera- 
tor operator, janitor and all aronnd 
man. Will pay good price for Inform.-i- 
tion..^ Phone Drexel 3742. . 


—Talk With— 


J. DONES-REAL 
3218 Central Ave. 


ESTATE ■ 
Hum. 3<K7-J 


SNAP: A Modem 6-Room House 
on E. 4Bth St. Hardwood poors, in 
first class condition. Can be bought 
for $5800.00; $800.00 down, if sold at 
once. 


Talk Wlth- 

J. DONES-REAL 
3218 Central Ave. 


ESTATE 

Hum. 3047- J 


A 5room house on E. 48th St., fresh- 
ly decorated; new flocrg; aew .'oof; 
stationary bath tubs and in first class 
condttton— on a corner; ifacant for 
$3850.00 and $500.00 down. 


FOR SALE — Housea and lots in 
Southeast Section. Let me show you. 
Mr. Owner, list your" prepertjr V»lth 
Clara C. Hulbert for quick results. 
Phone Humboldt 3061-W. 


WANTED:— Offibe 
and •Unoaraphy, by 

No. D »S187 

1670 W. 36th Place. 


work, typing 
R. Thurmond, 


Maekey Temple No. 1, of the An- 
cient Arabic Order, Nobles of the 
Mysftlc Shrine, meets 2nd and 4th 
Saturday nights at Scottish Rtie Hall 
163 1-* Central Ave. All members ex- 
peced to bo present. 


I cMfMlt you a nic< home in walk- 
ing dlwance of all of our churches on 
E 3SMW street, for $4100.00, $1000.00 
down. See J. Davis, real estate, 3218 
Central Avenue. Hum. 3047-J. 

Dr. Staxnes sells tablets that break 
a coid in one day— 2403. Central Ave. 

A REAL' SNi^P 

...The complete furniture and furniah- 
ings of a nine roonv-hoose for sale 
cheap. House for rent or sale. Phone 
2906441. 


Verses for songs and poems written 
with spirit and theme. Music dictated 
or composed for piano. Phone >lum- 
bolt 5991-W. W. H. Garnett, 1520 New- 
ton St. 2-8-r-12 


ELGIN SWEET SHOP " 

• . • « • 

A Place' for your good things to 
eat. A specialty in Sunday dinners. 
Tamales and Chill. Cigars. Tobaccos, 
Soft Drinks.— Monroe Elgin, Prop. 
2212 Hooper Ave. 

An our dr.urElsts carry Pembrok's 
Indian Tnic [or rhenmatlsm, pi^s, 
and the biood. There is%othing belter 
(or a sprloc tonic. ^ 


DR. STARNES SELLS THE TAB- 
LETS THAT CURE HIGH BLOOD 
PRESSURE! 

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BEAUTIFUL' HOMES FdR SALE 

5 rojm house; 76x150, a bargain for 
$3000— $700 down. 

7 room house with sleeptng porch 
$7350— «2000 down. 

4 room house, close in, $3700.- 

8 room housCi^rClpse in, 6300 — S2000 
cash. ' 

7 room house, eXatz in, $3500— $2500 

down. 
2 beautiful 7 room houses, lot 80x150, 

$10,000— S4000.,down.~ 
Nice 6 room house for only $5250. 
A dream of a House, built by owners, 

everything to dat^. Must be seen 
to be appreciated. $7500 — $2p00 ,«psh. 
Dandy S room house fc ' $S00d and 

many others. . 

bsCj Mrs. Randolph, Cosmopolitan 
B'dg.,' 844 Central Ave.. Room^— 15. 
Phone Main 1037 for appointments. 

2 25-r-l 

FOKSALE! FORSALE! 

A SNAP 
One Acre and Smail 
Home. Tkree Chicken 
Houses; Three ChickeA 
Yards. Water Piped 
through yard~-$2500.00 
— HalfCash! 

9ETTER HURRY! 

BUY MDWt BEFORE THE 
AOVAHCE! 


J. IWCOUESCQ 





DR. G. ,>. STARHJEB 

Female Specialist 

KOSE, THROAT AND irllTRAVEN 

OUS EXPERT [ 

240S CENTRAL AVENUE 

riionea: Humboldt 5727; Wf"** S309; 

Metropolitan WIT 
10 A. M. to 8 P. M.-Nigh« Calla a 

specialty 
Office Phone 823-778 ! 

Residence Phone Humboldtf'^SSS-J 


MMira: A.M<— 1t80«e4. Phens 286-718 
PMj--*m to « 

DR.Gi)A§.S.I>IGGS 

-PHVSiClAN AKib -SUItaeQN y 
SpMlal At^tion .fltYeD to O^nlto . r 
Uitlnai7 au4 Reotol DUmsms i 
7Sa «..M8th 8t< |.o« AngelM. Cal. 


Omui HuinboMt 

llaa.: HuiMMIdt 6484 

-: H*UM 

' It - 18 A. 

2 • 8 p: 

• 7;. 8 P. 


M. 
M. 
M. 


And by Appolntnwiit 

Dr. H. H. Towies 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON 

Offlee: 1436 Central Ava. 
Raa., 1M7 E. 20th St.' 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Offlee Hours: 
9-1—2-8 

Phona: Humboldt 8239 

])r.^M.Caii^day 

DENTIST 

1435 Central A,vena« 
Loa Aacelea, CaL 


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Happened 



OrREQTORV OP HOW*CHOLO' OP 
RUTH NO. SaM, Q. U. O. «f O. P. 
>ia«U lat and 3rd TDiind»r* ot 

sach pnoBtta at I p m. at Odd.ralli!** 

HaU.8thaBd WaU Sta. , 
Hrs.JJUIaii Whtttes, M. Ir. O., Wti 

(7. SSt&nac*. PbDB* 770(9. 

Mri. a: E. MUtav, w. a.. ua4 a 

15th 8t, Plume Sovtb SON-W. 


MAQNOI.!.! liODOH, NO. B«Ta 
BIVVBSiPIC. f'AIa. 

meeta tba VoA «Bd 4tli Tsaadaf a^- 
enlnga of eark ■eoth; all msBiiMib 
ia soo4 ataiuui>c t>t tAa 0. 0. O. of O 
F. ara alwaya walcujjie. 

Oao. B. Q9RDON. P. a 


W. BffirGn Hidphrey, 

M. D. 

SPECIALIST 

Gcnito-Urinary and M^c'a Dia- 
Mtaea. Office: 1310 E. IStk St. 
(Near Central), Loa jL^ngele*, 
Calif. 


Hours: 9 to 11 °A. M.; 2 to 4; 

6 tp 8 P. M. 
Phones: OfRcel Main 2589 

Res., Hum. '8128-W 

dr.lb.udi|ell 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 

Res,: 1038 E. 38th St. 
Suite 6 and 7— Cosmopolitan Buldg. 

843 CENTRAL AVJE. 
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

Phones: Office Main r589 | 
Res., Hum. 1344-VV, 

DOCTOR ' 

HCUUDEfllMON 

SPECfALIZING IN P|.ATE 

DENT'IST 

Suit: 4 and 5~Cosmopol|tan Bldg. 

843 CENTRAL AVE. 

LOS ANGELES "CALjIFORNIA 

Res. 826 E. 31st St. 


DOCTOR 

M. Shinohara 

ilitpKneao liiye 8p*«''<>lt'<t 
107 Vs E. lat. Street 
^lione: 828-145 



Hours of Consultation : 
10 to 12 al m., 2 to ^ 
p. iti.; Sunday ^0 to 
12 m. Phone 828-145 


AlpUM Ckapur *> t. O. B. l 

mMU first aad third Wedaaada; 
afteraeoas at t o'Olocfc at tUa kaT 
834 H Central At*. 

VRS. NANCT WKVIN. W IT 
1383 Hooper k\ 
KATI^ OLBNN, Secy.. 


RQJGRKS VRtMN 
SEHIRNDiGmLA. 



MucJifiy Tpi^plfl No. I, af the .\n- 
clont Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mys- 
tic Sh Ine, meets; 2nd and 4tli Satur- 
day nights at Scottish RitP Hall. 
56H4 t^entral Ave. All member? ex- 
pected to be present. 



Hours: 11-12M; 2-4 P. M.i 
Phones- 


7-8 P. M. 


Metropolitan 1318 flea., So. 6991-W 
DR. D. C. MURbEN 

PHYSICIAN AND SU^SEON 
Office: Cosmopolitan j BIdg. 

84^ Central Avel. 

Res., 651 Gil Sanbt Barbjira Ave. 

LOS ANGELES, CaIlIF. 


Aitoniey 
E. BURTON C0lUn 

Be^ to Announce 

THE REMOVAL 

—Of Hia— 

LAW OFFICES 

606-7 BRYSON BLDG. 

Cor. 2nd &. Spring Sts. 

Los Angeles, California. 

Tel.: Met; 3584 


VeooB HoncB . 

odtccrs of tti» 

Most Worahlpfid 
Sovereign Grand 
Lodge of Free 
aiul AcceptedMa- 
sons for the Statt- 
^'^'■'' of California foi 
U. W. Grand Master, if H. Wllaoa: 
: address S213 Holmes ATO.. L,. ;A 
n W OflDatr Oj M.,^T. B. jnluiaon, 

«)nMand 
R. W. Grand 8«aloT War4aB. J. B 

6rl|S>n, Baeraatept*. 
%. wKrand Joalor Warden. T. B 

Jotmson, Los Ancelee. 
*. W. GranJ Treasurer. H. 8. Hon» 

ton. BakersflalA. 
H. W. Grand Lecturer, Sanae' 

KnlRkt, Loa Abmiea. 
R. W. S^and SeicTettry, O. VI. WO- 

ai>n: a4k-lrf«a 1311 D St. Marya- 

rill*. 


GRAND LODGE ROSTER 

GRAND JURISDICTION OF 



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* PHONES: * 

OfRce: Hum. 7013-J; Hiim. 2078 

Res.:- 294-874 

Office Hours: 2 to 4 P. M. 

And by Appointmint 

R. S. Whittaker, 

MeOICAL DOCTOR 

Special Attetitiofi Givenl to Sur- 
gery and Chronic Diseases 
Painless OeliveVy Done at the 
Dunbar Hospital 

1917 Central A'«'emw 
toa Ai««ln, cil. I 

fc-A A JTiiliifcAAAAA^i^AAAAJ^AAAifcAAA 


AltSICIAN & SUnJGEON 

t' (If Y«inE9q»cri«Bce) 
ChroBk^iaMiM a H^mt 



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FBBD ftAffOS 
AAtera^rat-Iiaw and notary Publk 

I'riUttlce In aU the Coarts of Cali- 
romia. CnosuUation Free. 

Offlee: 224 S- Spring S*., Room 
311; Fbcne Metropolitan 1138. Res.: 
S36 Birch St.; Phone Bdwy. 1062. 

A Saaare deal and a dellrery o( 
tbe KOo4a. 

M.H.BROYLES 

ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR 
AT LAW 

General Practlce^-^Crlnilnal and Civil 

All Cparts — State and Federal 

Room 632 Bryson BIdg 

145 So.. Spring St. , Los Angales, Cal. 

M. G. LEWIS 

ATTORNET 

5903 Colnplto Aventie 

Phone: 299-860 



KNIGHTS OF PvThlAS E. & W. H. 

CALIFORNIA 1<><:8-1924 
P. G. G. — J. Sofj-ea ...Sacratiiento, Cal 
3. Uep.— H. W. Jdarkbam; Lob Ange- 
'' les, dal. 

3. C.-^W. P. Taylor, Sacramento, CaL 
G. V. .'C. — A. A. Loean, Sacramento, 

Cal. 
«3. P.— J. J. Bunch. Pasadena. CaL 
a. K. R. S.— F. B. Bailey, Sacramento, 

Cab ~ 

G. M. E. — J. M. Taylor, Los Angele«, 

Cal. 
O. M. A.— M- Cpleman, Pasadena, 

CaL : 
G. 1. 6. — Ean Gray,. Sacfamento, Cal. 
G. O. G.— J. W. Pennell, Sacramento, 

Cal. 
Grand Trtiatees: B. F. Kenny. Sacra 

mento, Cal.; F. Harper, Pasadena 
f Cai.; L. J. Smith, Sacramento, Cal 


EXCHANGE AND 
REF^TALS 

3218 Centra! Avenue 
Plione: Hum. 3047-J; 

J. DAVIS 

R^al Estate 


WILLIS O.TYLER 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

224 S. SPRII<4G STREET 

812' I. I. Phillips BTtfg. 

Res. 1206 E. Adam* Sbuth 417 

LOS AM6ELES, CAL. 
Plione: l*ico 3910 
Day Phone: 573 Ni«|ht: 2111'W- 



LAW dFF 


•N«iavy Public 

4M MtVfON BUILMNO . 
Has.: tM4 Cc Adama-Hunt. 16834^ 
Pdelw: 67440 I \ | Loa Aiiflslaa, Cal. 


• HAVt A T^tK -WITH . 
MMA^A jQlEOROE 
If yon ItaTC any cSippIai&t hare a 
tak 'w^lniiialca 'Oeorfee and get a 
fkta qa'^ V*!^ discorerea liefis 

nil ft, X«th street .Tabor 0178. 
1— 10— M, / 


SALESMEN AND SALESLADIES 

I am in a position to offer to a lew 
clean-cut, intelligent men and wom<>n 
a selling proposition ot exceptional 
merit. This is, an opportunity of a 
life tise, assuring you of a large, 
steady, ever increasing income. Ex- 
perience desirable, but not necessary. 
We train you. Apply at 302 B. 9th St. 
After 9 a. b. Mondiay. 


WHEN YOU WANT TO 

SELYOURPROP£Rn 

BARGAINS IN HOMES 

LEGAL PAPE^ DRAWN OR 
SERVICES OF A STENOG- 
RAPHER-SEE 

MRSi JllfNBOLPH 

IIEALTpR: AND 

PUBUC STENOC»APHER 

Room l|l CV>3i^»oKtwi BU§- 
|te«EfltllAI|^ AVBNUC 

PIioim: Milni 1037 


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M^feALTH HINT* 

By O. H. Wymann, M. 0. 


V*brmarjr, tiie ^lidtrtest numtk in the 
year, aHmagh thla<iMSss ale«p year, 
was nanUKconstlle^ad a ealeoder 
month ar;SO 'oays. 

Thia/mtmtfa'B depa^ure corrled oat 
many 'iteladiwi, clker among which 
were pneumonia, bronchitis, pleurisy, 
T. B. aa usual, ana a mild ^ideniic 
of small pox. . j . 

Now ccnies the t^rcLjnontb, Marci, 
and strtmKly owpgfto tts day of en- 
trance; ^-rrles flvei Saturdays, and 
ushers in; Spring, ^^hich characterizes 
the montli, South,! Ekst and Middle 
West. 

The month of M4.rch has Its pecnli- 


I "" '- ' ;"■ - ■ — — 

arities as aU otter months' aad many 
oirrent and later current dUeaaee bc- 
cbnpaaylas it. Chief among wtch I 
will call jrour attention to 'one, coryta 
cr cold in the head, diplherla, scarlet 
fever, measles, whooptnc cough, chlcfc- 
en pox. amali pox, T. B., as usual 
and gastro-intestinal disorders. 

Since we all are aware of the ap- 
proaching month and the maladiiss 
which accompany it, to make sure we 
escape sobie of them, since we are 
nevei; IfiMaune to all of the matedies., 
1 would idvise tljat we prepare for 
war 'in tbe time of pe.ace. Consult a 
qualified physioian, have him exam- 
ine you, I diajtnose, treat a^id give 
prognosis for any suspicious nfelady 
threatning -you in order that you l>e 
safe guarded. 


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. uWSEPHLANE 

EXPERT AUTOMOBILE REPAIRMAN 

4. All Work Guaranteed 

1215 NAOMI AVE. PHONE: HUM. 4960-R t 


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DR. A. J. STOKES 


Dr. A. J. Stokes. Peerless -Pulpiteer, 
Matchless Orator, and for forty years 
the untramm-<lled leader of the race, 
comes, to the pastorate of the Mt. Zi- 
on Missionary Baptist Church, this 
city. The Mt. Zion Baptist Church in 
particular, and the Baptists' in gen- 
eral, have a cause for great rejoicing. 
For in the coning of Dr. Stoker into 
our midst, we have a ripe scholar, an 
experienced leader in the practice and 
polity of. the church such as in but 
tow oHiei;s. Br. Stokes has been hon- 
ored with every office In the gift of 
the National Baptist Convention. He 
Is now the treasurer, and has been for 
a quarter of a cetatury. Though a sexo- 
gonarlan, he is' the youngest, as well 
as the noblest Roman Of them all. 

Dr. Etokes was a life-long friend of 
Dr. Bqoker T. Washington, and was 
his private cnncilor in critical times, 
while building up the great "{usftegee 
Institute. Major Robert Russa Moton, 
head of Tuskegee, recognized the wis- 
dra of Dr. Stokes, and had him elect- 
ed to the board of trustees of the 
school. 

Dr. Stkes leaves one of the great- 
est churches in the South. Its member- 
ship is more than 6,000. Most of whom 
he added while in th^ pastorate ot 
forty years. 

The Doctor is said to be one of the 
few Negro ministers who are wealthy. 
This is stating it mildly. 

Much time has been spent on two 
sepai^te occasions in Palestine, when 
he ei^xplored the land m.ade sacred by 
I be lite and death' of J(%us Christ. 
These trips have added, veneration, 
which is akin to the prophets. 

Through, spending most of his time 
in tire South among the prejudlcsd 
whites, still that unconquerable spirit 
and indomitable will have liever been 
swerved from the highest interest of 
the people whom he^; served aUd sue- 
ce^^sfully led. and this has endeared 
him to both races. , 

Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 

50th and Hooper. 
Rev. A. J. Williams, Acting Pastor. 
Mrs. F. B. Murray, Church Clerk. 


1137 E. IITH STREET 



METROPOLITAN 3683 

PMES BUILT 

TO SUIT YOU 

ON CLEAR PKOPERTY 

PAY THE SAME AS 

RENT EVERY 

MONTH 

Buy a Lot and let M« 

Build You Any Kind of 

a Home You Desire. " 

M.Z. MILLER 

1427V? CENTRAL AVENOE 
HUMBOLDT 8170 


FREE VIOLINS 


— PORO— 

BEAUTY PARLOR 

Scalp Treatment, Fancy Hair- 
dreaing, Facial Masaai|;e> Mani- 
ctiring, Hair Manufac^urins. 
Complete line of Hat^ and 
Toilet Goods. 

MRS. A. N. WRIGHT SMITH 
Proprjtetre^a 

a^Va Central Avenue 
Res. Plione: Humboldt 7542-J 

Call Before,8:30 A. M.'or 
After 15:30 P. M. i 

MR. FREI) D. ^QI^ER 


IFttEE VIOLINS 

MjlUFFSCilOOL OF MUSIC 

E»tabliah4d in Los Ailgeles in 1909 

I With Thirty Violin Studioa in Southern California ia Now I 

0|Aenia« a Studio at 

JY. W.C. A-ROOMS—l^OS E. 12TH ST. 

j To introduce the school to those who are not acquaint-' 
led with it ahd to test the advertising powers of the Cali-( 
fomja Eagle, we have.dfeposited with the Editor ahd pub-' 
1 lish«r of this paper a written guarantee to loan — 
! A VIOLIN AND BOW ABSOLUTELY FREE 

For One Year, for Home use to the First Twenty Students 1 
] to enBoll in this studio. 

LESSONS ONE DOUJUl A WEEK 
There are no stiings attached to this oflFer. To f urtherS 
Ishow our good faith we shall give to the Editor for pub-^ 
pication the name of ev^ry child who enrolls under thiss ^ 
] offer. Competent tei^hers and a studio right at your^ 
jdoor; no need to send^^e child down town through the J 
1 congested districts. 7 ' ^ I 

' rAIl you need do is to act quickly before the Violins arc| 
I all gone, enroll student and receive the VioKn. ° [ 

\ Every child has the right to some music in his life.i 
Here is the opportunity without the expense of buying. 
ia violin. , 

Reference So. Cal. Mtuic Co., Phone : Main 585 
Our representatives will probably call upon you soon, 
but we cannot guarantee you a violin if you wait. Bet- 
ter write^ us NOW ! 


Y. W. e. A. ROOMS- 
FREE VIOLINS 


.1108E. 12THST. 
FREE VIOLINS^ 


Director of . . 

MACEDONIA BAPT CHOIR ' ♦♦<*''"M'<^*4^*<"M'<^«^+-H't*<^<M'<M^<**'J*'H'****4^''M^ 

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Announces 
T^E JVDDlTlqN OF 

Voice Cpmre 

TO HIS SAX<^H0NE AND 

PIANO STUDIO AT HIS 

RCSIDENCE 

1503 So. Cwnpttn Ave. 

WATTS CALIF. 


i IF NOT-^WHY NOT? 

■ ' '._ I — 

Buy property at Watts — This thriv- 
ing, Health^iving acctibn excels in 
values in modern hetiSec jind desirable 
property sites. 

Don't buy in Watts \untVI you see 
these special values hahid(ed by Mrs: 
IVIattle Shackelford'McK^iight. 

Six bargains near AAilavStation. 

Five 6-reoin Hovsea jOat flnlshed; 
modern in every way, 60|(16b, ranging 
from $2750 to «600O-^9WO to $1000 
down payment. i V, 

MATTIE SHitfiKiLFORD 

MdUffeGHT 

711 Linw u>> ii gto «ydi~Pho«e : 

H<uaholc[t3<i51-R4 


Tel.: Humboldt 83flQ-W 

|iR.iiENRY STREET _ 

TERINQ. AND HOUSE fTAiMTINQ 

All Work Suarantaad 

1407 e. 81st St. ' Los Angales, Cal. 


fREIGHT SERVICE 

IS ASSURED 

WHEN YOUR 3HIPMENtS ARE 
ROUTED VIA 

Pifcific Electric Railway 

, M 00— — 

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Modern^ Fast and Reliable Freight Service Between 
AU Pointa Served by fts Lines in 
I I j Southern California 

General Interibhange of Carload and Less Carload 

Freight with all Railroads at 

Los Angeles 

Participating Carrier in Trana-Contlncntal and 
Intermediate Rates 

Direct Service Ofterated Daily in CoBnection with 
Steamsh^ TraC&c to aad from Wilmmgtoa 

and San Pedro j 

T. J. DAY, FREIGHT TRAFFIC MANAGER ! 

€24 Paoific Eloctric Buildin* ' 


La< Angalea, CaUf . 


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Special Articles -:- BookRev^ws 
Opinions -:- Interviews 


ffOMEN IN CLUB LIfE 

By: CATHRENE DURANT 


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CLUB NEWS 


Mary E^ Reed 


On program Day, Febnwry 2R, 1924, 
the East Side Mothpsa' • Club . had a 
very intereslinR moetvjix. After the 
necessary reports were atenried to. 
the meeting was turned over to our 
prcgram committee. Mr.H. Sadie Cole. 
She introduced Mr. Page, a composer 
who played "California Dreams" and 
another selection, "Thinking." which 
was sung by Mrs. Cole, and was very 
beautiful. 

The principal speaker .she intro- 
duced was .Mrs. Jlichmojid. of the So- 
cial Service, who gave an interesting 
talk. Mrs. Willice, the secretary to 
the -African Prince, was with us, and 
her talk was inspiring. We hope every- 

* 

one will hear her while she is in the 

city. 

An invitation was extended to the 
ladies to attend a reception in Pasa- 
dena, on March 4th, bonofing Miss 
Hallie Q. Brown^cAU are urged to at- 
tend. 

Letters of sympathy were sent to 
Mrs. Cassells, the financial secretary, 
and to Mrs. fialdwin, the treasurer, 
expressing regret because of the ill- 
pp.os in their families*:' 


The Golden West Att Club met at 
the home of Mrs. Eula Myers 223 E. 
avenue .I.S. on last Wednesday even- 
ing. Mrs. Myers proved herself a 
most entertaining hostess. The Eix- 
teen young ladie.s present enjoyed ev 
try minute of the evening, as '.wll as 
the delicious refreshments served by 
thp hostess. The evening's was made 
very intpre.^tlng by the instructress, 
Miss Flossie Washingtbn, 

The Golden West Art Clnh was or- 
ganized at the home of Mrs. Georgia 
Banks, on East Twenty-second street 
and meets each second and fourth 
Wednesday in the mqnlb. At the 
first meeting, after organization, Mrs. 
Anita Conway was hostess, at which 
time, special instruction in domestic 
art was given by Mrs. Elizabeth Wil- 
liam .v 

The club is composed of the fol- 
lowing young ladies: Misses Mary 
Banks, Belle Patton. Flossie Wash- 
ington, Vassie Reese, Ruth Fletcher. 
Anna Brown. Mesdames Georgia 
Banks. Anita Conway. Marje O. Jack- 
son, Eula Myers, Topslll and Wil- 
liams. 


, sured. ' ! 

Questionnaire 

Q. — What has become of Mr. Dunn, 
the px pref^idfint of the Federation, 
lias he quit tennis altogether? S. C. M. 

A.— William Marshall Dunn Is still 
a mPmt)e.- of both the Alpha and West 
Side Clubs and w'd understand dosen't 
intend to qiiit the; game, but is burn- 
ing up considerable night nil teaching 
the ditRcull game of mah-jongg of 
which he is pastmtister. ' 

Q.— Will you kindly name the 1024 
trournament comrrtittee? J. S. 

A.— They are, \Villiaam Mells Wat: 
son. Chairman; Charles Andrew Black 
assistant chairman; N'elly Magnolia 
Carlisle, secretary; Shannon Sherman 
Wylie. Hazel Temple, Clarence Short 
Brooks, .Mabel Let^ and Monroe Came- 
ron. William Tatuni. Bertha May 
Brown, Mabel Lea -and Osborn John- 
son, j ' 

Q. — What clubs iconstitute the Fed- 
eration? Mrs. M. rt. G. 

A — They aie. the Alpha. West Side, 
West Side Ladies an^ the Racquet- 
teers Tennis Clubs. 


FAIHOUS VIOLIN 
SCHOOL OPENS 


When J. W. HuM came to Los An- 
geles in 1908, he yaa immediately en- 
gaged by one of the leading conser- 
vatories to take charge of its violin 
department. This school like so many 
other leadin music • school, refused 
colored pupils. In 1909 Mr. Hulff se- 
cured such a following amongst the 
students of violin in Los Angeles, that 
he established his own exclusive vio- 
lin school and now has some 670 stu- 
dents enrolled from thirty schools in 
and out of Los Angeles, under the ex- 
pert training of twenty instructors. 

The policy of the Hulff School is 
to teach one hour for one dollar, and 
if the child has no. violin, the Instru- 
ment is loaned to him free of charge, 
for the period of oiie year, for home 
use. The following news item fronj 
The New York Globe, will enable the 
reader to understand the fulj meaning 
of the famous HulfT short-cut method 
of teaching violin: "Seventeen Vio- 
lins, all heid at exactly the same an- 
gle — the correct angle: seventeen 
Bows, ditto: seventeen men aad wo- 
men who. three weeks before; had 
never held either a Violin cud^ed up 
under their chins or a Bow ii their 
hands a soft-sonnded chord on the Pi- 
ano, and the Violin Class is soaring 
into the poignant sweetness- of 'Auld 
Lang Syne' ". ' 

The class that opened fit the Y. W. 
C. A; last week Thursday, under the 
superb tutorage of Prof. Bernardo, is 
mor« than pleased with' the results of 
that one lesson. Many friends were 
present to see the work demonstrated. 
Visitors are especially welcome at any 
time. 

Prof. Bernardo informed he wrier 
quie modesly that if the class con- 
tinned to grow, is was tbeJnteBtlon of 
the Hulff School to establish an ot- 
chesfra for the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. 
M. C. A. ' 

The new slogan of the Hiilff SctaiQol 
Is "Enroll Now". t .■ . ^C^'' 

™iSCHATli 

Eugene Walker Cup Prize at 
' San Dieoo Tourney, July 4-5 

By William Mclla Watson 
1183 E 34th. Humboldt 5331-J 


Friends, Mr. Eugene Walker, "The 
Tailor" of 643 South Main Street, 
who for more than twenty-el^ht years 
baa been proprietor of ooe of the 
moat iaaUonable ladiea' and g«nU' 
UUoriBf eaUblisbmenta lit tk« 'Waat, 
baa acreed to make the Sucan* Wal- 
ker cap one of the eight beAtitittU 
tropbiea to be batUed tor at the TUTd 
Annual PacUle Cbamplonablp toiuni*' 
aunt at Baa Diego Jalr 4 and 6, U24. 

Joat which one of the ffve eraata 
this bftsdaome prize wDl ropreMBt 
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IN THE MUSIC WORLD 

In a letter to the Musical Co\»rier, 
Garaewell Valentiiie, of Atlanta, Geo., 
discusses Jazz and Syncopated music. 
He says, among other things: 

"But there is a' distinct difference 
between jazz music and syncopated 
music, better known as ratime music. 
Jazz music is ycung in comparison 
with syncopated music, and syncopat- 
ed music is a» old as, oi- older than, 
our Negro melodies. This is , proof 
that jazz and syncopation are not the 
same. .Snycupattiid music is almost 
explained in its name. In this kind 
of music the accents shifted from a 
regular strong beat to a we.ik or un- 
accented beat makinfe the tim.p seem 
ragged. But jazz musif is syncopat- 
ed music that has become demoral- 
ized by harsh and superfluous em- 
bellishments. The more complex the 
embellishments and the greater the 
variety of brutish noises, the more 
perfect the music approaches jazz 
as a limit. .All sustained tOnes are 
repugnantly colored. -■Ml pau.=ies and 
rests are .substituted for sharp and 
repulsive aidditlonti. Jazz mu^ is 
saturated aiid concentrated to its ul- 
timatjp capacity. When made by ^an 
orchestra the unharmonious. si?nHl- 
taneous jazzing of the cornet, violin- 
trombone, saxaphone. drums and 
xylophone converges, into a tuneless 
medley; time, not rhythm, only re- 
remain. • ••••• 

"Syncopated music cannot be just- 
ly con d e m ned ; -H to an exceUent 
phase of igh amusement; it relieves 
the fatigued mentality of an individ- 
ual as well as stimulates . the rhyth- 
mic instinct with an airy and tuneful 
melody. Some technical musician 
may say that the rhythmic instinct 
can be thoroughly stimulated by the 
classic sonatas of Handel and the 
dignified preludes of Bac^. I most 
heartily agree that these classical 
compositions cannot be excelled in 
rhythm, but their melodies and struc- 
ture are thoughtful, and meaningful,, 
and will not be appreciated by the 
lay auditor. 

"Waste not your energy in fighting 
jaaz music. It is becoming very un- 
popular even among its own advo-. 
cates, and will soon fade out. But 
see to it and comriiand as much as is 
in your power, that syncopated music 
remain- pure. Let us revere and res- 
pect the Negro mplddies! They are 
as man. born from the dust of the 
earth, but having (l soul that ascends 
higher and higher into the ethereal 

sky." 

0^ OO 

At his Boston recital on Sunday 
afternono, February 3rd, the great 
Negro Tenor,' Solitid Hayes, stepped 
to the front of the platform at Sym- 
phony Hall and holding up his hand 
for silence, said simply: "I have Just 
learned of the ipassing of a great soul 
and I am oin'g to sing something ap- 
propriate:" In the profound silence 
which followed Mif. Hayes sang Dvor- 
ak's plaintive melody with the words 
of "Willlapi Arms iFisher: \ 

Goin' home, goin^ home. I'm a-goin' 

home; 
■Quiet-like, some |still day. I'm jes'x 

goin' home. \ 

It's not far, jes' | close by, through 

an open door; 
Work all done, care laid ^>y^ gwino 

to fear no more. 
Home, home, I'mi jes' goin' home. 

The occasion was the death of 
Wtoodrow Wilson and before Mr. 
Hayes'flnijhed many of the audience 
were in tears. For a long moment 
there was silence when he had finish- 
ed and he stood with bowed head. 

The occasion was unforgettable to 
all present. 


BABIES MOBILIZING 


Colored infanta! Fight Oppr^aalon 


The Beautiful Black, Browm and 
Brunette Babies Battle the best of 
Race Prejudice. \ 

,We have always heard that one 
can do more withl the young genera- 
tion than with thd old, and so we con- j 
claded that if thdre be any virtue In 
the youngneas ofl the generation, wc 
'Mould employ tbie service of the 
youngest generation of ali, the Babies. 
And surprisingly! enough the Brown 
Babies of Daytoi^, Ohio, are making 
a bigger Ogbt against lynching and 
segregation than Ihs older Bro'wna 
have erer made. -.Fourteen BablM, of 
Dayton, ranging in ages from a tew 
weeka to ,oiy three yeajs, have In 
torn weeka r^aad the mm of 1791.40. 
Mora tbaa tba^ VMae Babies have at 



the same time brousht a..""/iit more co- 
operation among the- older folks ot 
Daytoii,'* then those oiddr folk have 
ever known before. When we visit- 
ed Dayton; four weeks previously, 
there was io much-u;>'i'le'!n^ss among 
the grown-up Browns, that' we 'were 
seriously lcOn.':iilering wiiting Mr. 
Bok to lend i\s one hundred thou.sand 
dollars for an> intcr-coloreii Peace 
Plan in that town. Hut after organ- 
izing a BaJiy Conte.'it, we find that a 
Baby is- btjtter tlfun a Bok. 

In their i four weeks' contest these 
JJabies have exhibited some admir- 
able qualiti|es. which we afe recom- 
mending tlia'l the older folks try to 
"inherit" iiiiii "take atter." For ex- 
ample: " \ 

The Babies have not bfen e.gotistic 
or conceited: Not a single Baby en- 
tered the cbntest thinking\t'hat he or 
she would ijust have to Win, unless 
the judges or managers wereNcrooked. 

They have not been .seltisliW snob- 
bish: Not a sinple baby but wVs per- 
fectly willirig to enter the contest the 
moment it was called to his atten^ioii, 
and not onu was heard to j-etnarkr. "I 
would take part if that Old Bahy S?o- 
and So wasjn't in it.— 1 can't piit mV-. 
self down \<ith that crowd. " ' \ 

They are hot clannish or "stuck up" 
— The more] wel'l-o-do babies welcom- 
ed even thfl poorest into the contest 
—"My set" had no meaning for them. 

They are! good sports: -N'o baby 
really worried lest some other "Baby 
win the pri^e, and no one cried and 
pined rr lied and whined because he 
missed the prize. There was no in- 
sinuations, one against the other, and 
when the hotly contested struggle 
was over, noboiiy said: "Well, I don't 
see how slie eviT got the prize-!" 

Thi.'y ari' bravo, frank, open, "above 
boa.rd." Some carried banner, read- 
ing— ".\ Vot for Me is a Vote against 
Lynching," or "I am working for the 
N. A. C. ff. — You work lor Me" and 
other snchf unapologptic declarations. 

And thpj-e was no graft: Not a 
single cent welM into any Baby's 
pccket. exij'^Pt ihe three .-:ash prizes. 

And whiri Irbana and Springfield 
•Babies hehrd what Dayton Babies 
■ft-ere doing, thpy did not say: "That's 
nothing: jWe don't want 'to imitate 
that Dayton crowd." But they said: 
"That's good! Show us how. We 
want to dd it too." 

God, give Us more Babies, even if 
you must make room for them by 
sending more ot the Old Folks to — 
Heaven!" 

WM. PICKENS. 


A STANDARD OF RELIABlLtTY 


The Firm of William H. Gamble & Co., hsa^ 
maintained a standard of Reliability for yeaw^ 
unexcelled .by any other Firm in the City of . 
Los Angeles that is engaged in selling Real E&-.{ 
tate. Its integrity stands unquestionable. Its ;' 
record is as •white as the snow that falls froni j 
the clouds. Its watchword is ..aervice. We'^ 
strive to aerve, to pleaae and to make our clients^ 
comfortable, contented and happy. .To any-' 
one' who is in doubt as to whether we have sue-, 
ceeded, ask anyone who has purchased prop-' L 
erty through our Firm, and wherever you meet 
one you will meet a booater and a friend- of 
the Firm ; that sijeaks for itself. We thank our 


clients and friendSi for their business and su"p-^ 
port. 

We have houses and lots for sale in all sec- 
tions of the City at reasonable prices and terms./ 
A Fe'wr of Our Special Bargains : . ■'■ 

Double 8-roonn house on E.. 22nd St., near 
Central Ave., $7000.00 ;-$3000 cash. 
^ .5-room house on E. 18th St., $52.50.00; terms. 
; 4-room house.on B. 27th St., $3250. $600.00 
,Cash. ■: , ' < 

& rooms, E. Adams St., large lot/ $6500.00; 
terms. • ' 

4-room house at Watts, lot 150x150 — A good 
buy, only $2600. $800 Cash. / ' ' 


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101. Who was Oen. Riifus Saxon? 
General Rufus Si»xton was the first 

officer to receive oiBcial authority '4o 
enlist Negroes as soloJers. On the 2Gth 
dar ot August. I.''fi2. ttie Secretary of 
War ordered him to proceed to the 
Department of the SouMi and organ- 
ize 5000 troops of "Africa^n Descent", 
which were to be designated" for ser- 
vice in garrisons not in danger of at- 
tack by the enemy, to relieve' white 
regiments wohse terms of enY^stment 
had expired. 

102. Who was Carney of Wa^er? 
Whefi the 54th MassachusettesWg- 

iment. under cOmmand of Col. Sl^ar, 
stormed Fort Wagner, the regimental 
colors were entrusted to W. H. Car- 
ney, a young sergeant. As this gallanl;\ 
regiment ascended the wall-of the fort 
the ranks were full, but as they 
reached the top they melted away 
before the enemy's fire almost instant- 
ly: Carney received a severe wound 
in the thigh, but falling upon his 
knee he quichly planted the flag upon 
the parapet, and lay down oh te outer 
slope for shelter. Carney with a death 
grip on the flagstaff held it erect for 
ovr an hour and despite that he was 
later shot In Ihp head held on until 
he was relievejcl by another officer. 
When he was being carried past a 
brigade of his comrades, on the way 
ip the field hospital, he partly raised 

up\and cried, "Boys, the old flag never 
toufthed the ground." 

lOl What incident took place 
when -the first New Orleans Colored 
regimeVt received Its flags? 

The ftrst Colored regiment raised in 
New Orl,eans; after remaining in 
camp for i,bout six months were puite 
efficient in\the use of arms. Its com- 
manding officer. Col. Stafford being 
disabled thej^^pliced nnder command 
of Gen. Dwight. Before, the regiment 
left the offlcerk assembled at the 
quarters of Col.XStaftord, where the 
Colored guard marched up to receive 
the regimental flagH. Col. Stafford say- 
ing: "Colored guard, protect, defend, 
die for it, but do nor,surrender these 
flags". The only reply -pf the sergeant 
was, "Colonel, I will bring back these 
colors to you' in honor, :,or repprt to 
God the reason why". 


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PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT 
CHURCH OF CHRIST . 
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Rav. N. P. Gregga, Paator 
Last Sunday was another day that 
marked an epoch in the history of 
the People's Independent Church of 
Ctirlat. It was the Seventh Anniver- 
sary of the church. A masterly ser- 
mon was dellTered by the pastor, at 
the 11 o'clock hour, his subject, being. 
"The Refiners* ji^rnace". The practic- 
al plonts brought out were very ex- 
emplary of the life of the Christian 
Wayfarer, and a beautiful picture of 
the life of all the great. A free will ot- 
ferlDS of several hundred dollars was 
ftven by the maipilflcent and deliber- 
ative audience. In the evening. Dr. 
Oreggs preached' on the subject. 
"WTiat Saves a Man". His wonderful 
discourse wag spiritual food for thot. 
Many coming events of marked inter- 
est, which will practically fill the 
church calendar, tells that all Auxil- 
iaries of the church are very much 
alive. For live-wire activities mainly 
among the younger members of the 
church with the many out side friends 
visit the Sunday school. 9:39 a. m. 
Sunday Mornings, the Christian En- 
deavor Society 6:-15 p. ni.. and the 
Young People's Lyceum which mf>et.'< 
the second and fourth Tuesday nights 
at tie month. 




BETHEL BA?TI8T CHURCH 
Holding Its servicea in the Y.M.C.A. 
'Cor. Ninth apd Hemlock Sts. 

The rain somewhat lnterfere<l with 
our seryice-i. especially Sunday 
school. We had a) good lesson which 
was gone over by Superintendent Dr. 
Bvans. At the 11 o'clock service Dr. 
t^rpwd preached from Matt. 28:30. 
"Teaching them to observe all 
thlajs". This was a wonderful sub- 
Jact. "The Foi^r Men." (1) The «uined 
Man. (2) The Restored Man, (3) The 
Oodiy Man. 14 1 The Fellow Man. All 
who heard this wonderful discourse 
war« (retaly benefited and requested 
to hear U again, and at some future 
time U will be repeated. Wp carried 
out a good program at onr B.YJ.U. 
MMtiog. Mrs. Foote, an excellent 
lliaaloaary greatly inspired us by her 
talk on the lesson. Mr. h. H. Prowd 
•gaiB preB«nte4| us with an excellent 
paper. We have special sermons this 
comnlc Sunday, and at night The 
Liord's supper will be observed, 
n. D. PROWD. Pastor. 


night the pastor spoke from the text. 
Be ye also ready, for InJ such an hoar 
as ye think not, the Son of Main Com- 
eth. One person joined. Next Sunday 
will be Trustee Day. Please bring fif- 
ty cents each for trusters' purposes. 


PHILLIPS CHAPEL C.li^.E. CHURCH 

1406 Newton St [ 

Dr. R. W. Underwobd, Paator 


Sunday morning wap a glorious 
morning with all who sat and listened 
to that eloquent sermon delivered by 
o\ir paster. He gripped his hearers 
with a message that shall live with 
the people. The Sunday School was 
wpII Pttended. Brother E. B. Maxey 
knowr how to grow a Sunday school. 
The Epworth League hais put on new 
life, and is destined to do a ercat. 
work for the advanceniqnt of Christ's 
Kingdom. Every membfr Is asked to 
b* present Sunday. Prof. R. M. Mit- 
chell ard the choir will ren^r sonic 
special music during th«» day. Stran- 
gers are welcome. 


;were very helpful and instructive. 
Mrs. Olive Norman recently of New 
York City, was the iflornlng sololat. 

Wasley promises helpful services. 
We are so certain that our services 
win be helpful that we are willing to 
offer a prUe to tKe person who at- 
tends onr services and goes away un- 
hel^d and uninspired by them. Ev- 
en chronic complalners are Invited to 
CQme and see. 


LINCbLN MEMORIAL CONGRE- 
GATIONAL CHURCH 
34th St. and Central Ave. 

Rev. E. E. tightener, Pastor 


WESTSIOE MISSION A.M.E. w 

CHURCH 

1509 W. 36th St. 

Major G. W. Prioleau, Pastor 

. ,Mhlo the wpalhrr -was inrli'tneilt 
Sunday, yet there were ST children 
In attendance ;it Sunday School. The 
•niornins service was well .ittenrted. 
and all- seemed to have enjoyed the 
sr:vice: at night hp pastor preached 
Major W. T. Anderson and wife wor- 
shiped wiih us. On nett Sunday at 
7:30 p. m. the Mlssionarj- Mass Meet- 
ing will he observed. Mrs. Anna Wa.sh- 
ingtoii. State President and Mrs. Mo- 
ker, Proscott. Ariz., and Mrs, Sadie J. 
Anderson. Cleveland. Ohio. Statistical 
Sect. W. Parent Mite Missionary So- 
ciety of the connection will be pa^- 
Iclpans. Mrs. Anderson will be the 
principal speaker. Come, everybody, 
don't miss It Mrs. Anderson has a 
message that is worth while. She I;, 
delivering them to thej Societies in 
Los Angeles District of which Mrs. 
Washington te president. She is not 
asking for charity but f.he is KiviiiK 
onl of the abundance I li|at Ctod has 
give her. May her tribe increase. 


In spite of the inclement, weather 
the past Sunday two splendid services 
were held; At the morning service the 
pastor gave the closing message in a 
series on: "Some Questions, of Jesus ". 
The text for the morning was: "What, 
could ye not' watch with me one 
hour?" Matt. 26:40. Following the ser- 
mon the mixed quartet sang: "Let 
Jesus come into your heart" very (f- 
fectlvely. "Well doing " was the sub- 
ject of the everiing message. The 
Lord's Supi)er was administered at 
the close of both services. This Sun- 
day, March 9th. the pastor will be- 
gin a series on: "The Teachings of 
Jesus", at tha morning service. In the 
evening the Rev. Dr. J. N. Taft will be 
the speaker and hia subject will be: 
"Why I believe in Prayer" or "What 
the Prayers of a little flirl did ". Spec- 
ial Music at both serviurs. Ycui are 

i cordially inviacd to worship with us 

at all times. 

WALLL ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
Cor, East Eighth and Wall Sts. 
Elder Frank C. Cotliran, Pastor 

' 

Our services last Sunday were gr)<>d. 
Bible Schorl up to standard. W 11 a. 
m. Elder P. II. .Moss, one of the faiii- 
ou.'s speakers an<l Bible School Work 
ers, liUed the ptilplt anil brougiit i::-; 
an Inspiring mes.sa^re. All were tilled 
with the spirit and encouraged. .May 
God bless him in his work of Inye. an:l 
we pray that he may live long In pr- 
claim the Word of Uod. Our night str- 


PHILLIPS CHAPEL C. 

CHURCH 

Watts 


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CHRISTIANSVOLLOWERS OF 
THE APOSTLES 

VBrehren, be fplloVers together of 
me, and werk'thon which walk so a& 
ye have na for an erisample" — Phil. 
3:17. 

Sometimes we encounter people 
who beilittle the truths taught in the 
apostolic epistles. Tbey make much of 
the Old Teslament or parts thereof — 
"partial in tt»e law", Malacbi. 2 : 2t— or 
they pretend to make much of the 
special words of Jesus, biit belittle 
the words of the apostles'. "Th^t'A 
Paul", say they; "That's Peter"; 
that's John. But what did Jesus say? 

Jes^s Spoke Thru^The 
Apsttles 

Now the real fact is that Jejius said 
whatever the apostles said. How do 
we know, what Jesus said anyway? 
He spoke, but never a (*ord did^he 
write.' We know notlmig of what he 
said, except as the apo.stles told us. 

Under The Law 

Jesus was under fhe law. He could 
only speak as under the l»w. Hal. 3: 
4.. His human life was lived under the 
old covenant. He said this, however, 
of His disciples; "1 have yet many 
things to say unto you. but ye cannot 
bear them. now. Howbcit when He. the 
Spirit of -Truth iS c<mie. He sha'l 
guide you into all- truth". John 16:12- 

in. 

l:i Acts l:.**! we road: "If.\t ye shall 
p reive potter .••tier that the llely 
(ihesi is come upon you. and ye shall 
be witnesses nnlo Me. both in Jer.i- 
sglrmand ni all Judea. and in Eaniaria 
and t" the utlernioat part of the 

earth." 

1 
The jip.i il«s werle llierefore filliVl 
with the Spirit •>! Clirisl and pe'-uliar- 
ly prepared in proclaim wi'h Irmcue 
■..••i\ p*-:! Ilie (Icspel of the .N'ew Cev- 
eiiant. 

, The Prophetic Gospel 

i '^.'" f)ld Testament wa.n mil tin 


sus and not himself. I Cor. 4. He has 8'<rted bjMlev. S. Mv 
followed Jesus and not Pharisfce nor ^^> hold% a Standard 
Esscne nor Sadducee, nor Hcrodian, 
nor Eleuslon, nor Majgiclan. 

He has received a' cleafi, glorious 
revelation from heaven, a mystery of 
God manifest in the flesh. He has dili- 
gently, faithfully and with»much suf- 
fering tollo>ved this revelation. Now 
he bids us follow with him. ' 


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, J^totags; offlciaf- 1 enterei 


:U0& ANGELES. CAL. 


entered tbelF-nam^ u^n'thc cbarcb 

in retigifous I roll.' The Vanity.. Fair, iuspices of B. 

activities. X raose logical sermon Was ¥. P.-t;.. direction if P.esident, Mr<». 

preached b)\ Rev. Davis. Eleven per^i C, 'D. ' Roblnepn,' was a success. 'Visit ' 

sons suoke thplr desire,, all' of wbopij ns at St. .Paul. '.'J- 


Shall We? 


Shall we follow, ?^h Paul? Or shall 
v/e become wise ^bove what is wit- 
ten and follow with those who. like 
Uzzlah of old. are smitten with the 
, Incurable leprosy of a spiritual pre- 
\sumption? Where are we , staaiding? 
\Vhat are the ideals before us? Are 
we following with those wh6 gave us 
the New Testament? Shalj the apos- 
tles be our leaders in example, for- 
bearance, conduct, doctrine, spirit. 
mind?\ShaIl we have u New Testa- 
iiient rejigion. or shall wo go asiray 
aftei- strii„r.go spirits and offer strange 
fire at GoiTf.' altar? 

. .Paul wa«^ the apostle to tlie Gen- 
tilfs and minified Jiis office. Let iis 
follow with htei. It will pay. For then 
shall the sun of riphteoiisness arise 
to us with healing in His wings, 
.4 men. 



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PORTER. Pres. 


At— NOTARY 


WALTER L. GORDON. Secy. 
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vices we. e. fair. Our pastor. Eiuer F . ,„.sp,.( (,,„ |a„ Comiiare Exodr.s 3i: 
C. Cothran. had a seriour automobile' ,. jm „.iih lleb. 4 and Ro. lo. Yet 
accident fin the way to church and | (^^y,. ^^^ ^ f.,wpf.i p lacher under the 


could nptTje with us. We pray that he 
may be able to be with us on next 
Ixir.rs Day. All ar eweUome to cone 
and Tk with us. Order of services: 
Blb!e .school 9:4.'. a. ni. Pr< aching 11 
a. til. and 7:30 p. i:i, Eldi r.; ilolliu-;. 
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CHURCH— 

37th and Paioma Sts. ^. . 

M. C. Carter, Pa&ler j 

R»ligi(,:;j services were above the 
^verafce Sunday past! Th.,- pastor 
preached a plain practical sermon. 
Subject: "What Mappeng When a Man 
Becomes a Christian?" His text was 
taken from i Cor. 5: IT— ■"Therefore if 
any man be In Christ he is a - new 
^aaMre." The Spirit of God was 
-•■prevalent throughouX; the services 
Md continued nntfl eWning. At 3 p. 
»n. it was quite -narkeoVwhen Coven- 
ant and the Lord's Suppei; which ifas 
changed from 7:30 p. m. tolhat hour, 
were held. Every true child of God 
could not help but ,'tcitnes« to this 
fact. At the evening service the pas- 
tor preached a very inst uctive ser- 
mon, subject : '"iHow to Pray." Many 
beautiful as well a^helpful thoughts 
were broufht out in-^jlJiis sermon. 

The paster will iiU the pulpit Sun- 
day A. M. His subject will be "Ijoes 
Christian Religion Really Satisfy?" 
At 3 p. m. Ur, Underwoovl and Choir 
of PhiUips (ha pel will be with us. 
while Rev, I. N. White will preach 
at 'i-.iO p. n. 
.\11 .ire ivelcomc. 


T>ast week was a deliphtful weik at 
Phillips Chapel Watts. California. The 
pastor spoke each evening- Rev.. I,rf>w- 
is, the (iospel Singer, dang his way 
into the hearts of the p<^ople. Eleven 
souls were added to the Kingdoi^i and 
we ajl rejpiced in regard to oifr sal- 
vation. Sunday at 11 a. ni. the pastor 
spcke on the subject "The Second 
Coming of Our Ixird" and it was en- 
joyed by all- In the aXterlioon we wor- 
shiped at the First M- R, Church 
I white:; a great crowd taxed every 
inch of space In the main auditorium 
to hear thV National Siiiger. Rev. W., 
M. Lewis, who swept ouf souls away. 
After which the pastor *aB called on 
to repeat a statement jnade Friday 
e\'ening by him concerning the un- 
known tongues of today, which hi 
I did with much emphasiji, to a mixed 
audience. Here is his Statement: "1 
a-b-8 o-l-u-t-el-y do not believe thiat 
the unknown tongues ofj today are of 
God". He makes many frioals and 
loses many. 

The revival closed A^onday night. 
March 3. 1921. Rev. Lewis spoke on 
"Love. Loving and Love^" which wa-; 
very helpful. He ,sang as never before. 
Some $68.00 was raised. The pastor 
will speak next Sunday morning at 111 
a. m. • 


CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
33rd and' Hooper Ave. 
Rev. M. Frederick Mitchell, 


Pastor 


FIHST BAPTIST CHURCH— 
PUrlong Tract 

Rev. A. T. Hinss, Pastor 


Last Sunday was a great day at 
First Baptist, the building itself seem 
ed to b** throbbing with lite. 

The pastor filled the pullfit In the 
mvmlng'. preached for Dr. Brown at 
3 o'clock and-at home at night, preach- 
ing a sermon _that stirred the flame.s 
in every breast. 

We regretted verjr much to have 
Sister E, Adams ( ii the sUI; MSt as 
■he Is greatly missed when ab.ient 
from our devotions. 

Afte.' the evening service however 
we carried to her the Lord's Supper 
Md pfayed for her. she was healed 
immediately. We left h.'r rejoicing 
In Ute Pord. 

To our visiting ministers and 
frienda '"e appreciate your worshlp- 
ninf iritfa us especially those who fol- 
low ue from time to time when our 
pMtor preaches elsewhere. 

It la great encouragement to us. 
ft qM^e« na know that far beyond the 
jEjiilii wid bruises of the real truth 
that fa preached and taught here 
nightly there is an unconscious long- 
ing (or $bm vary thine you hear in tes- 
tbootty.-WBCS. and sermon^, keep 

WAAO dHAPCL A.M.E. CHURCH 
•fite-6«!| ««»» St- J 

.' RMt. B. d. Guy. Paitor • 
- Ijb^ Saad^y i^as general- class and 
thMjriiniBnt Bonday at this church. The 
wItAeia ■*«« well attended although 
tiM i»e*ther was ahowery. The alten- 
daheto "inui splendid at the morning 
aenrioM ud the wanntaf lomrac* 6t. 
tl»H<>Iy flpl^t itf« ff,l#hW .?»W"«*j 
M- Kour : penw^ c^yae ^ni pvm tot" 
' x*r ■ The Sunday Schotil was not 

bMAtute.ol Iho t|JM3r;iMnMW 


The pastor was able to be out at 
his post after a week's illness, (iooil 
and helpful services were enjoyed in 
all departments of our i'niirch- jSpec- 
ial efforts are made by the leaders of 
1)0th the Sunday School and the "i'. P. 
S. C. E. to arrest the attention Of the 
young people. Excellent showing both 
in interest and numbers has already 
been made. The special features of 
the C. E. Society at 6:45 are expres- 
sions from each one present and a 
message from some public (Spirited 
person. I^st Sunday eventing attorney 
McDowell was the speaker. He cer- 
tainly hi ought the yoiinil; peopls a 
message that will be remembered a 
l')ng time; Subject: "Temptation". It 
was truly a tine effort. Next Sunday 
Soul winning sermons both morning 
and eveninK- At 10:00 a. m. a Sunday 
school that teaches. In the ereiiinK at 
6:.4,'5 C. K. Society that thrills. Special 
si)eakor upon this occasion. All arc 
welcome. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
Watts, California 

Last Lorn:i Day wa-i Manner day at 
tnis church, Hible School at 10 a. ni. 
and preaching at 11:1.1 a. m. The miii- 
isler. Bro. Isaac J- Williams tilletl the 
P'llpjl at the morning hour u'iing tor 
a text St, Malt. 2S:l!i. i:0. "Go ye. 
therefore and teacli all naiiinfcS". In 
the afternoon at .'? p. m. the Minister 
of the Birch Streot Christian Church. 
Rev. Bro. W. A. Jacobs and Klder,s 
and Deacons and ai)orlion of the uicm- 
bers of the church came down and 
set the Bible school Mission in Ordgr 
as a regularly organized church with 
officers and elders and deacons and 
with the right of inifertinp; any and ill 
part.s of te curch ordinances. The 
membe: .s wljo came down from Birch 
.Street Church were their minister. 
Pvev W. A. Jacobs. Brb. R. R. Turn- 
age Bro. Cooch Bro. K. Kvcrelte. 
W. J. Tompson, Sister S. Rich- 
Sister F. B. Miller, SLster 
Sis- 
and 


old cov( nai;t. a prophetic .gospel. This 

civ.ipel i<-^H< and His /apostle jireacht ; 

b<oai:se before His death and reser 

reition they diil not haven finisht sot- 

IM 1. < X. < pt in purpose of God. Hi li. t 

I i;ul after Jcsu.s died and rose aKaie.. 

Ihi- old Ciivnaul i>r Testament lost 

I its force and the full free salvation of 

i a .lini.-.hl ^ork. the gosyel of suhsti- 

tntioM. rec<mciIiation, atonement, fn e 

jrrace. whs prcaclit by the apo.stles. 

the wilue.^ses. niessencers, m'uitli 

pieces for J( suK. unii' r the .Vew Co. 

enart or TestuMieni. .\s Gr,i sp \ • 
thru llavid. II S^. 2S:'2. so H.e- spoKe 

liy the apostles atiti their consecrated 
and i'ltpireri coarjjlcrs. 


SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 
740 Maple Avenue 

Rev. T. L. Griffith, Pastor 


t'linday services were lirUl ; 

8l- Owing to the inclemuiil weather 

he attenilauce was not as lari;e; but 

. (I'lite ,1 few braved the storm and 

I came out anyhow- Anollitr da.ss v,as ' 

'added to the Sunday Sihooi known as 

I the iVen's Bible (lass, with Rev. Skin-. 

I ner as the teaclier. The men of th" 

, f lurch are takirtg on new life and 

[\ they are goius to 'biing things to 

■,uiss. 
I At 11 o'clock pastoc GriiTuJi tilled 
I the piinlpit: siiMett: ".^nd & Mnii 
.Shall be as 'dfU Hiding Place from the 
Wt'ul.'klsaiah 32:2. There-were two 
I ari(Iitittos to the ch^jrch- Quite a few 
I slii'ncers viorshipi)ed wit. ns,. The H.i 
■ \. }'. v. h^d an i'lt.-resimg -pronr;'!!! 
I rendered hy'the ehililreu of the \\ afr 
' Lilv Cire'e nrder the dliGctioii of 
Mr". ''•".. \ lo'.lirs, *■ " ' 

At the e.venirig service co:.:iimiU'ii 
rf :]ii> Lord's SuiU"-' ""-i^ iliserved 
Hev. liro'. Hiimptoii assisted tli^' pn-- 
tor. The hand of f. U^owsh'vi was piv 
ei all pienibers wlio joined duriiiu 
the month. ■ Uemeiuber the pageaci 
to be civeii by the Juru( r \iission Cir- 
cle. Mar.cli 12lh. A pordial wekonie 
a.waiis all who come, i^ilhin o;ir pHles, 


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INctarize, eia Our Rental List is the Fore- 1 
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Rev. L. B. Brovtn. Past;r 


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Moreover Jesus Ived Hs life o^er 
in these ch&s^-n men and women who 
believed inilim and were tilled with 
His spirit, qial, 2:20: 1 .Cor. 2:1<;. They 
had Christ's mind. His spiritual pres- 
ence was to Iheni wi.sdom, ighteous- 
ness. sanctification and red-'mption. 1 
(or. 1:3ft. r.l. SI, I'aul coulil easily 
say. 'ne followers of 'me' ". He was j 
Chrisl-Mlleil. The Spirit of Christ was 
in Kim. not. to -e.xalt I'al^ and iliake 
him some great hos.s or leader: but 
to take |h'> tliinis of-Chrisl and show 
them -tt) those who followed. 


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BIRCH ST. CHRISTIAN] CHURCH 
Cor. Utn ahd Birch St. 

Rev. J. W. JacobsJ Factor 

A warm welcome ai^fs. Cs you at ev- 
ery service of worship, j Strangers a6d 
viiiitors are made to (e^ at borne 'ahd 
among true (rienrds as tbey enter tji'e 
building, or are met»5ai)ywhere upon 
the grounds of the ehulch. 

We were very iiiuch.'(elifehted over 
all the p:ograra of the iSst week. Sun- 
day ichool was very jood. Rogtilair 
preaching at 11 o'clock lunday niorn- 
nle broucht us a message from C-;en/< 
6:11. "(;o Build", as a te.xt. showing 
the ark as a type of church of Christ. 
At n p. ni. we again Jissembled at 
Watts Kunday School Miitsion and per- < Hro 
fected the organization (if a church of I ardaon 

Christ and returned rejojiclng. At 7 p. Sterling Leo, Sister K. Kverelt 
in., Y.P.S.C.E., led by Miis Goocb. The , ter, Esther Booth. Sister Reeves 
meeting was very 1 interesting. \ a number cf visitors. Next Lord's day 
"Stretch Forth Thy Hahd". Wedne's- 1 services as usual. Bible school at 10 


day the regular prayer 
od gave way to Prof. P. 111. Moss, who 
has been In o\ir city for six weeks 
atnong the Sunday scho4is. He gave a 
great message. Thursday evening a 
graod reception was glv^n in honor of 
Prof. Moss, and letaderd of the race 
were preseot to bojior the occasion. 
We Invlts you to con^e aoytlnse to 
services. Sundays. 9:45 k. m. to n-a. 
m.: 7 p. ra. to 8 p. m. \yedneedarh 8 
p. m. Pirdayg 


meeting perl- j a. m. and preaching at 11:15 a. 
' I. J. WILLIAMS. Supt. 


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WESUCY M. C. CHURCH 

Eighth and San Julian Sts. 
' Rev. A. P. Shaw, [Paotor 

A great -treat Is in stjore for those 
who worship with us this Sunday. In 
the morning the paator {will preach a 
l^at aeraion on "What J Should The 
Modern Church Do' To 8e Saved y;,^ 
-the evening Rev. 'Dr. Wbodby, ofie 0^ 
'the best historians of the race wilj,.^ 
Itver hlg ffuno*B sennonj on "The lip-. 
BTfi tB History". Ifiiyou misa tjii^ 
great treats It Is your o.s[n^8ult. _ ■'■ 

Sunday wau a fine, di y in spOe^^f 
tbe jaiAWf^ we^Uier. Tjbe pat«tpK» 
'' — >tti mttfiiiajs aim eve;^)ini 


Miss -VklLLIE BRYA^'T, bed. 

TABERMACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
lath and Hemlock Sts. 

' Rev. j; D. Gorjion, Pastor. 

' Last Sunday morning the Sunday 
Schocl was largely attended with a 
very Interestiug lesson with Mrs- Reg- 
lar as Siiperintendcnt and a most in- 
teristtng program and the B. Y. P. 
U. Wlso rendered a program accepta- 
ab).6 by all present. Reading, Mrs. 
Gilstrap; Duet by Miss Johnnie Scagg 
and Bola Morris; Rocltation, Little 
Pearl Scott. 

' The morning service the pastor, 
Rgt. J. D. Gordpn preached from the 
118th Psalms. 25th verise. subject: The 
Prosperity of the Church. At night 
the Lord's Snpper was administerfed 
with very ImprBssive ceremony. 

The services l>Dth morning and ev- 
eninirwere well attended an(} addl- 
lloiiB to. the church continue. The 
pastor p(<«achMt'-« strong sermon on 
tht prosperity at -^ilhe chu,rph apd all 
w«at ^im^iitiomii fap^-^feaOace. 


early days minimized tlvm-ielves and 
exalted Christ. 

"Be followers .of ;iu " d^d fioi mean 
"I am the great i')wer of (;od. I am 
the wcr.der of tbe ace". Kor this Paul 
.saith, "Cnto me. who am less than 
the least of all saints, U this gra<'e 
given that I should preach J^niong the. 
Gf,nt^lt:s the unsearchable riches of 
Christ." 

A Gospel From Heaven 

Hut J'aul had recived from heaven 
the BOsp?l to the (ientiles, and God's 
patterns and plans had been made 
known to him. Aceoiinting himself as 
nothing, he yel «as the wise master 
builfier ar..-i father of the Gentile 
churchi'S. Praise the Lo d. 

In his day there were hr!retic:^ and 
men deceiving believers r.ff after 
themselves. They promised lo be 
wor.se after his departure. Acts 20:25. 
32. 

Godly Jealoi:sy 

Knowing these ll-.inKS. He /as jeal- 
ous over the churches with' a. godly 
jealousy that he might preAent them 
as chaste virgins unto Clstisl. uncor- 
ruptBd in docl.ino. practice or leader- 
ship 

Practically A Finished Life 

lie is now a prisopfcr or .loyiitj the 
Christ. The iod of /lis ministry is 
nearing. The shadoA ■ of the evcnnig 
aro stretched oul./lle Una fought Lhc 
good tight. He hafe kep' the faith. He 
has kept jhe dowiue of Christ ineor- 
ruptiblo. Ho hati tjaauifested. as. he has 
been fllurainal/^d and led by the Spirit' 
of Christ.' To,' live lo hitn has been 
Chjipt. Phil- 1. He has not been 
turned aeiile by Greek .nor Jew hoi" 
Roman. N^r politics. nOr" philosophical 
flattery nor ease of life nor dread of 
persecution has' defiected him from 
the doctrine and truth that Christ is 
■ all. He has not turned back to the 
moonlight of law, nor to the beacon 
ftrcB of human thought, nor the dark- 
ness of loosenes» and lust. 

U.e has QQt invented souicthiug Ip 
suit the selfishness no? sworveij ,*o 
please tjie' $}:9U(1, Jble has' jfreacht'Je- 


L'st Sitndtjy at' n:l)'i \. V.. th 
tor- till'^d t'l" pulpit taking for 
j'ci: • Inquiring for the old pa"' 
pre^^ent were ifnipreHsed and renewed 
th! i ■ vows to continue in the itath 
that leads Heavenward.' ' 

'I'lifv ','nion service at :!:00 p. 1:1. 
cfimiiKted" hy fTev. Redd and Ktv. 
Hiries was largely .illended. 

The B, Y. V. V. and S. S. conlint;c 
to grow in interest . and ntiinb»rs. 

Group No. :; ef it- Y. I'.^Ir. K, V.ar- 

rin. Captain, ■renilf-r-'-d an excellent 

tjrograi;) at ,G p. m. The Cornet Solo 

liv Mr. James Slaughter. Jr. was a 

iiusieal lr>at- 

The bid Fashioned Covenar.t ine( i- 
:!0 was v( 
,eaii Yea 

^riM'tpbetl Sisti rs wa.s a suj-<^^s in 
..■very way. j 

IVayer V.teticg and Bililj- ' St'idy 
each nighr this week leil by'tih" Cru- 
saders of .Xngelus Temple;-: j- 

Sunday; at 11 a- m- -March lj*.th. the 
pasi'or w'iM preach-. Subject: Dpni.-l in 
Babylon." Dan. 4:i-il)anlel. P'lrpos- 
ed In his heart not to defile ihiiiu-elf 
with the; King's meat. Subject ;"or 
evi-niug: ■'Calching Foes-". ■■ 

The Choir is preparing special 
music for both sf -vices- You should 
hear thein sine the anthem "^1 wii' 
sing of tbe Merciesof the Lord!" 

Monday evening. March- l#lhr Mrs 


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Pleasant Hill 


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Great times are bwng had at tesa 
meetnigs and the peop^ ot, Los .\n- 
geles'are maiiifesting*Jfa jnteresl nev- 
i-r before shown. Much good is being 
done. The President. Kev. \V. ij. M- 
Dickerson. has retiiru.ed from the 
Ea.'-t and will give to iho l)1iipp the 
btjQOi'it of hi:; experien'ces whHe there. 
Come and hear him. Every paster and 
his iieople is invited every Monday at 
11 o'clock at Pleasant Hill. ^ 

W. H. M. DICKERS.ON. Pres. . 
Rev. A. T. Hlnes. Sect. 


ST. PAUL INSTITUTIONAL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Revr R. N. Holt Pastor 


Spsaker Thr'flls Big Audience 
Sundaf last being covepan't day. a 
host ;0f ^liose present spojte ih^ir iiy 
^ost feolings embracing Uieir reli- 
goous fftith in a Christ who al mighty 
tb jiave. I^tor Holt, being in atten- 
dance at the Dedh^tion of Fir.st Bap-^i 
list Churcli of Brl^wley -In company 
with Revs. Tilman, Carter, Messrs. 
DanieLs, Holt. Master Leoq and oth- 
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March l4t Educational month tor 
the National Association of Colored 
Women's Clnbg. It is the deilr* of 
Miss Halite Q. BrpI^. National Presi- 
dent, that the i^dcien go over the 
top. in raising [ $50,000 Sducational 
Campaign Fund sponsored by her. 
March 10 being Misg Brown's birth- 
day, IiO.s Angctes Club women will 
IioUl their big peeting ait the Wesley 
Chapel M. E. Church on that date at 
8 o'clock P. M.. Miss Brown will he 
tl^e principal speaker. 


AUeurTDouplas and Lincoln'* hii 
days were celebrated February lith. 
at the^ buarte A. M. E. Church, by 
the I>^rt¥ and Monrovia Art and Lit- 
eraryigCj'nb. An excellent program 
was iten^ered. This Club also held 
a VafttjlBe Social and bazaar at the 
home'OT^rsv M. H. Lyons, the pregt- 
dpnt j^af February 14th. A goodly 
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Mrj{*j|« Mrs. Chaa. E. Pearl ol 
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that care for you — Get Uiy 
proposition before you buy! , 

My Charges are Reasonable 
—Let's Talk it Over Belore you 
Buy, Call— 

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2$17 Central Avetaue 
Phone: Humbolt 2577 





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The earning p^wer of any business Institution, is in a 
'large measure, dependent upon the efficiency of its man- 
lagement. Success does not merely happen — it has a 
[cause, and its cause is almost invariably the business abil- 
jity of the man directing the activities of the Institution. 
I Our success is based on experience, ability and integrity. 
jThe Citizens Home Investment Company's service, under 
'the management of S. B. W. May is safe and dependable. 

S. B. W. May Jias buUt up the largest and raostidepend- 
jable Real Estate business on the East Side. When you do 

• business with this Company, you are emplaying |the best 
JReal Estate service obtainable. 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT— We are managing in- 
jcome properties for over 50 clients — both resident ' and 
non-resident. Why not yours? A few of outi special 
{properties are as follows: j 

A wonderful 5-room house on E. 43rd St. ; 2 hardwood 
[floors, double garage, 1 stationary tub— $6500.00 and 
[$2000.00 Down. 

5-Rbom House in the fron t and a 3-room Cilifomia 
[Bungalow in the rear, double garage, ^1 modern conve- 
jniences on Zamora street, for $5250.00, $1500.00 down, 
'$40.00 per month, cheaper than fent and the property 

• is all clear. For 100'; bargains call — , j 

HUMBOLD 7601 

niKHOMEINVESMlCO. 


. By JMM O. Thon^a 
For Tire Anoeiated Nagro Praaa 

A few nights ago, learln* New York 
City at 11:30 over the New- York 
Central en route to Rochester, passen- 
gers In one of the Pullman care were 
B*akened by a controversy between 
another passenger and a Pullman por- 
ter. Some mlsunderatanoing arose in 
connection with the handling of the 
passenger's baggage. The other pas- 
sengers' attention was attracted to 
this discord by the loud speaking of 
the fellow passenger whd exclaimed 
to the porter at the top of his voice, 
"Shut up! U I had you down in Texas 
I would swing you to a limb, cut off 
your ears and take them for a souve- 


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S. B. W. MAY - - 
JHpMBOLDT 7601 


NOTARY PUBLIC 

HUMBOLpT 8289 


2 OFFICES— 1240 and 1515 CENTRAL AVJE. 


1240 


— Branch OfiBc 
CENTRAL 


AVENUE! 


degree and 'inade to testify thaLher 
husband set this room on lire That 


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INC0IIPARAB1£ BARGAINS AND VALUES 


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WOODS REALTY CO 

849 CENTRAL AVE. TEL.: 876^439 

RENTALS -:- COLLECTIONS 

INSURANCE 

T. L. Wood* P. R. Smallwood 

EdW. A. Reese, Notary Public 


7-Room Modern. Lot 50x150. $4250.00. 

4 rooms. Nicp Ix)t. Close in. t.'?250.00. 

5 roomi»: NiCP Lot. Close in. $4000.00. 
5 rooms. Modern. Oood ocation. $3,- 

lOO.OO-Terms. 

Income Property: 7 roopi.s and 4 rooms 
one one Lot. Close In, near Central, 
oily $6500.00. 


' (liy{lESCJ.WBI 

Licensed Real Estate Broker 

FLATS -:- APARTMENT HOjUSES 

If you Mean Business I Can Satisjfy You, 

I Have Just What You Ws^t 

6-Room Bungalow, vacant. West of 
Central; $6500.00~$2000.00 | down, 
$50.00 or more per mo., inclucfir.g in- 
terest. Move in. i 

6-Room Bungalow all brick, about 8 
years old. $6500.00; $2000.001 down, 





about $50.00 or more p^r mo., 
ing interest. 


10-Room two-story house, West of Central, first clas3 


-condition, $10500.00; $5000.00 db'wn, about $75 


includ- 


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month, including interest. Six regular bed rooni^, sleep; 
ing porch ; 3 tolets. 

Bargain — Run Quick! , 

> 12-Room Modem Two-Story house, hardwood floors, 8 
regular bed rooms. Price $8500.00; $4500.00 i down, 
\ r«bout $60.00 per.JUonth includiagr: interest. Wleat of 
Central Ave., good for roomers. I ,. 

For Real Good Property and Good Buys, Conixe to 
Me-^rop^nrty all Qver the City. U 
NOTARY PUBUC 
.OFFICE: 13^ CENTRAL AVENUE 

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fl Without any further discussion, 
s clear to the reader as to the race 
and nationality of the passenger in 
question as welll as the geographic 
boundary of his birth place. ' 
' The Constitution of the 2l8t chron- 
icles on of the I most peculiar, horri- 
ble murders that have ever beencsm- 
mlttted In any ' civilized community, 
and especiallly as it seeems to be a 
sequel to a criminal escapade cover- 
ing a period of a- year. A young man 
by the name of Frank McDowell, 
claiming to be directed by some invis- 
ible spirit and actuated by some di 
vine impul.se at the command of "Je- 
hovah' killedl his father and mother 
while thpy slept on February 19th, ex- 
actly one year from the date that his 
two -sisters were burned to death in 
their bedroom.s at Decatur, Ga. An uo- 
tirlnK effort was made to connect, the 
discharged maid (Negro) with the 
soaking with oil and settling on fire 
the matttress of the bed where these 
young women slept in Decatur. This 
woman was taken thru the "third" 
degree and' perhaps the "thirty -third" 

w 

burned to death these girls. If this 
had occcured; in many parts of the 
state, it would not be surprising if the 
husband of this disc'harged cook 
would not have been "down in Texas". 
Yonng McDowell, brother of the two 
unfortunate Rirl.s, now cunfesses that 
it was he instead of the discharged 
maid v.h planne^l tln> destruction o£ 
his si.stera for the same spiritual rea- 
son that he nnudared his mother and 
father while they slept in St. Peters- 
burg. Florida, to which place they 
moved shortly after the death of the 
girls. 

It now appears before the testimony 
if some of the leal minds employed in 
an effort to fasten the guilt on one of 
four. Negroes under suspicion as well 
as statattents from ihe relatives' of 
ly conceuPd at that time that Krank 
ly conceded :it that time thalFrank 
knew something about the burning to 
death of his sister.^. 1 wonder whaf 
Frank would do if he had a Negro 
"down in Texas"? On the other hand. 
I wonder if Frank's ft'.thpr ever had a 
.Negro "down in Te.xas"? 1 wonder if 
Frank's grandfather on either his 
fathe.'s or mother's side of the fence 
ever had a -Negro "down in Texas"? 
In other words. I am afraid that some 
of the people who have ''Negroes 
'down in Texas" do not ri'alize what 
influence this may have on their own 
children even down ^o th ethird or 
fourth generation, in the matter cf 
twistirrK or warpinK tricir mental 
selves SO' that they b' come mentally 
depraved and thirsty for blood. Psy- 
chologists might give some interest- 
me information on this question of 
the effect it may have on our children 
whenever we have a Negro "Down in 
Texas." As important as it is to the 
Negroes who are the victims it is 
of very much more importance to the 
wiiite people, the victors. :i.nd thei*' 
children lo' cease lo have Negroe* 
"Down in Texas." 


nnabar of jroonc pewle ikt the rwl- 
dance of Mrs. Eth«I OUrmr, Ust J^l- 
day <VOTln«, Fsfarasrr X»th. A Jolly 
good time was h«d by an presmt. The 
dnb UprogreMis^ nloetjr nadar the 
ieadetaUp of Ul«a JUMMa Ritchie, 
sreaident. The ohleet ef the tarty waa 
to awe]] the iBaaib«r>h]|). 

UlMfi Brma Johnaim ,eotartaln«l her 
meads at a deUilittul .party at her 
home on ^oUtn tAreaue. The hon- 
ored Kueat waa Kit. Wooda of Colo- 
rado, who has been In the city for a 
number of days aa A houae gueet of 
Mrs. Thomas '^llgon. Dancing and 
whiat were the favorite paatbnea of 
the evening. Deliclons refreahments 
were served by the charming hostess 
and every, one declared that the eve- 
ning hAd been delighttally apant. 

Miss Pansy Harper reports a pleas- 
ant trip to Uma, Arizona, with her 
brother. Qeorge Harper and she met 
many strangers although her stay 
was very short. She saw a great deal 
of the town and expects to make the 
trip again soon. Mrsv Rainwater re- 
turned with them, and will spend sev- 
eral days In our city. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown, who recent- 
ly came to San Diego from Phoenix, 
Arizona, are stopping with the Bates, 
234 16th street. Mr. Brown is a piano 
tuner and 5^epairer, and is seeking to 
locate here in San IMego. We would 
do well to keep him. 

Robert C. Davis of the U. S. S. 
Kennedy, arrived in San Diego, after 
more than two months absence. He 
has been to Washington. He was 
greeted by his young bride, Mrs. Be- 
atrice Davis. He will leave next Wed- 1 
nejjday for tlie Panama Canal to join 
the fleet. 

Mrs. A. Shelby is recovering from 
the operation and' wllj be out again 
soon we hope. 

Excelsior Lodge celebrhted Peter 
Ogden day at the Masonic Hall. The 
meeting was well attended. Rev. Dy- 
son assisted in conducting the cere- 
monies, having served all offices. .\8 
an Odd Fellow he was well prepared 
to deliver the service. He has been 
of much help to the lodge. 

You can't keep a good man down. 
This is proven In the case of Syl Stew- 
art, who sometime ago lost his foot- 
hold in a big fire in Tia Juana, and it 
was whispered by many who be- 
grudged his success in life that his 
end had come at last Bi^t the old say- 
lug that God works in a mysterious 
way Is true. 'When you think you have 
a man on the' ground sometimes you 


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NOTICEOFMEAklHQ Of PETITIOil 
Fd^ PROSAM pr WILL .J 

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In the .Sttperter Court of the ttate,dr 
Califemfa in «nd for the C^n^ ' 
'' of .Ue.'AfH||el«* "■ ■-; ';':_ ■■ 

la the matter of 4ha Bliitite of 
ORANT SMITH. Oeceafed. . 

NoUce Ik heti^ glran that the pe- 
tiUon of Robert «. BtH^ tot'fye fyo- 
bate of .Will of .Grant Mitth, Deceased, 
and for the' issuance of LettM* t«ita- 
mentary thereon to hiBvwUi j>e heard 
at 2 o'clock P. K.totfibe SfiOi ilay of 
March, 1924, «t the (jehrt Room of 
Depart 1, of the Sti^erlor Court of the 
State of. CftUfornla, la. and <tor the 
Countjfnf lA Angeles/ , ' 

Oat^ Marfh 4^, 1934. 
1.. E. LAMPTON, County Clerk. 
By: H. H. DOYL4,.^Deputy. 
E. C. Jennings, . ' y - 

Attorney for Petitliiner, • * 
Date' of ^r»t subllcation. March- 7, 
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^AN DIEGO 


Mrs. Martha J. Rutlcdce. State Sec- 
retary of California Federation of Col- 
ored Clubs, wa;^ Joined in holy matri- 
mony to Mr. Allien J. Ilutler. Febru- 
ary 14. 1924, at the residence of Mr. 
and Mr.-!. C. H. Dodge, 2835 Imperial 
Avenue, by Rev. Llf. S. I>angley. Mrs. 
Rutledge being vice president of'Lar 

dies' Book CluT), they honored her by ^ .,.,.„, , ... , 

her wedding, the house was Knights cf Pythias. "Friendship 


got fooled. Mr. Stewart possesses a 
Christian heart and is ever helping 
the ones who are trying to pull hlih 
down. It is truly said that God will 
help the cheerful giver. The writer 
joins The Eagle Staff in wishing Mr. 
Stewart all the success in th^ world. 
And his new and ireautitul place will 
be a a light house in Mexico. It .is 
whispered that he has the finest place 
in Tia Juana. His new Bar is located 
on Second Street. If you want to 
spend a real evening while in Mexico, 
don't forget to stop at the new, Post 
Bar. 

The home of Mrs. Thompson was 
visited by Dan Cupid on last week, 
when she gave, away a beautiful 
daughter, Mies Anna May to Mr. M. 
Chestnut. It was a lovely wedding. 
Mr. N. Long was the best man, and 
Miss Thomas the bridemaid. The wed- 
ding was a private affair. There were 
many of the young people peresent. 
Rev: Powell performed the ceremony. 
We wish the newly married couple 
much success iij^ life. 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Butler are 
well and pleased with their new 
home. They are often seen ,ni the 
meeting at Bethel A. .M. E. Church, 
being greeted by their many friends, 
and Sutler is ^-earing a smile that 
won't come off. 


No. 
RACHEL HOLI^OIRIlT. Plaintiff 

v». - 

J. H. HOLLOWAY^ JDaCendaat 

The People of the ^te ol CaJUor 
pia oi^nd QreetlQgs to: '' 

J. H. HOI^LOWAY, ^fesd^t. 

You are directed to appearln ah a'- 
lion brought against ymr by the abovt 
aamed plalntiif, in tbe,8ttperi9r Court 
%t the County of Ix>8::Aaseles, ^tate 
,cf California, *nd to answer the com- 
plaint therein within ixa days alter 
the service on you of. .this Sumipon'B, 
If served within the County of Los 
Angeles, or within thirty days If serv- 
ed elaewhere, and 3^ 'are notified 
that unless ou appear and answer as 
above required, the' pl^^ittfC will t^ke 
judgment for any money or damages 
demanded In the Cothplaint, as aris-. 
ing upon contract, or iifil ajiply to thS* 
Court for any other eUief 4emanded 
in the Complaint. 4.. 5 

Given nnder my halH -and seal 6V 

the Superior Conrt of'the County of . 

t,os Angeles. State ofipaltforhia, this' 

5th day of September/^923. ^ 

L. E. LaSutON, ^k«uaXy Clerk \ 

By: SOY GOFF, fig^ty. ^ 

E. C. Jennings, AttWney for-flaln- 
tiff. Bryson Bldg., Los Singeies. .Gal. , 

Date of first publicatiiMi. Jan.' 4, 1984 

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NOTICE OF HCARIN(£.OF PETITION 

FOR PROBATE |j)F WILL 
In the Superior Court 'of the State o,£ 

California in and for the County 

of Los Angaies 

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Grace Presbyterian Church has 
just completed a series of six services 
arranged in the intereste of the sev- 
eral fraternal societies of the city. 
The orders appreciated the spirit of 
of the church's Invitation, attended 
in large numbers, and Were co'dially 
welcomed by the member.s of the 
church. The pastor. Rev. E. M. Lewis, 
delivered a practical discourse on 
each oc':asion, setting forth the prin- 
ciples of the organization, their prac- 
tical value and spiritixal significance, 
and appealing for a fuller applica- 
tion of these principles in every day 
life. 

Those tnlerpstinef and thought pro- 
voking sermons were well received, 
and will doubtleas boar fruit in many 
lives. 

A list of the Orders! ai;d the sub- 
jects of the sermolia ^aphed to 
them follow: 


la the Matter of the EsUte of EV- 
ANS K. HARRIS. Dec««8ed. .^ 

Notice tB hereby givfe that the pe- 
tition of James H. SBiachelford tar 
the Probate of Will (3/.;Eva|i8 N. Har- 
ris. Deceased, and for the. 'issuance 
of L/etters testameriCliy thereon to 
James H. Shackelford WfU be 'heard ^t 
10 o'clock A. M, on the 18th; day of. 
March. 1924, at the: cbnrt Boom ot 
Department 2 of the Su)i>erior Court of 
the State of Califorftj^, In and 'for 
the County of Los Angdee.- -'' -. 

Dated Februarv 26. l92«. • 
L. E. LAMPTON. County CleriJ " 
By: H. H.. Doyle, £)eputy. .1\ . 
E.E.JENNINGS, .- :* 

Attorney for Petitionet'. '^ ' ' » 

Date of ilrst pnblicfiiition Feb. 29, 
1924. -. /f --W-5 


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sas sure as jadament^ life is "Just -a^ftyAfifty propositi<Hi. 

m , ALL^fltGHT! NOW LISTEN! 

§1 am the on|yjC6loi»d into i^ tbe city «i^ployed by any 

^of the ''large do'wn-fapwii stores, in the capacity of aalee- 

gman.NoWiTtogoj right to the point, that store deserves 

= and shoiild get your snpppHJBWit now. ' 

= If you are in the market fpNmy of Uie ArUclies Hated ia 

=thia Ad. Phone-^ 


CANOWCO. 


956 E. 23RD STREET 
MISS ADA RO$S. Pre*. 


giving 

beautifully decorated with smilax and 
carnations. Little JElizabeth Pickens 
was flower girl and ring bearer, car- 
rying the ring in a beautiful basket 
of sweet peas. Mrs. Baker was matron 
of honor, Mr. C. R. Carter acted as 
groomsman. The bride was dressed 
very becomingly in rose silk with silk 
hat and gloves to match. A beautiful 
l>ouquet of pink roses, a gift of friends 
added to the beauty of the bride. The 
remainder of the evening which was 
the begining of the honeymoon was 
spent at the Valentine and Colonial' 
Dance given by the Junior N. A. A| 
C. P. 

The Junior Allen Christian ^gndeav- 
or League held a memornal' Service, 
last Sunday evening for their recent- 
ly departed supervisor, Mrs. W. T. 
Hendry. The program was very Im- 
pressive and very well carried out. 
The program was in charge of Mr. 
Theodoro Harper. 'Vice-President of. 
i!fae Juniors. 

IVe Sikodeska Girls entertained a 


United Brothers of Friendship, "Truth 
Personified"; Elks and Daughter Elks, 
"The Royal Law of Brotherhood"; 
Knights and Daughters of Tabor, 
"The True Tabernacle"; Order ot the 
Eastern Star, "The Guiding Star"; 
Free and Accepted Masons, "The Tri- 
umph of Kreemasonry". 


MARCH 10TH 


Don't forget the sewing Class Mon- 
day at 2:30 P. M. coiff? bring your 
friends. Learn how to sew. Instruc- 
tions given free. 

Our B. Y. P. U. is progressing won- 
derfully. 'Very Interestiieft. subjects 
are being discussed. Last Sunday's 
subject was "Unity of Believers." A 
very interesting subiect. Today's 
subject will be "Promise to the 'Over- 
comer." Come 9ot and let us hear 
Irdm you on this wonderful ^subject. 
Remember at 6:00 P. M. 
chilrch,— N. M. Hart. Captain.- 




You are Invited' to visit our. 
flew home. Have ;yOu Over- 
heard of the Cains* Secret of^ 
'teatoring, Beautj^ng and 
Preserving the H»r7 'Well, 
.«re are stretching lorfli our 
irms to give the secret to the' 
world. All Hair ^ods made 
to Qrder. We are:;iicaE three 
car line*— ^entrai ' oniy om 
and one^hklf, (^riffit&pnly on< 
lialf block and Sayi »(iro one 
•nd one-half blockV^ 
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* " Tcrsttd an«i 'AplM-oved by 
_G»od. "Hoasekerpino . 'Jnsfitute, tjUSw ■■ 
York ^Oity; ph'denwritfcrs' - Cabora- 
tofies^lChltan?'! Todiy's HousevKi^.' . 

Coopt^stown. *J. V.;. .Tri6une Ins- 
tate, New^YorKCSty; t>ri«cn<i Pro»- ; ,' 
' ■£> '•'^ Plant. BoMon ^ "■ ' :i ' ', 

t-. Fr^ftit'Xir Arch>--gi»l» :thread ■raVrei^i 
(yinc-i,\ Viat^" etc.,_ WiChbut xr^PPiiVK v ' 
around tir»'brt«-h. •' .* .' 

"■*■]*'■ _':' , 2.. ..Double Si« Mquth-^-^omp'iieies ^e ' ^ ■ 
:': !' . '•:■'* 7- '»?or&4i'h*lf''tht''uBual time, * '^.' 
-■ T--" ' jr ^ T*»-W*>''- ' Brush:i-operates\^ho(i' ;- v^^^ 
_, '/, . ^. - ways instead of cinly one way. ''•- ',_:': ' 

~ ',^5 w;,:.'^-. 4. Baseboard Dust-Tunnels — removes' » 
'^'itk''- .. -'. .., * at! dust aacl dirt underneath close- 

>^ - ' -litticg biiieboard*: ^ -."""ivS^ 

Tf<, \, 'Sold ReguUr fof $70.00 '■' ' 
' Oiir Price $55U)0 

$5,00 Down and $5.00 'per . -%y '■ 
. . ''month. Wo intertevt. . , J. • ■ - r'-' 
A Few Oiwnonrtrator Vacuuiji^^':' ^- . 
■ • - Cleantas 'at $3i^.50 < j '■=■ \ .'a- '^^ ■ . 


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DER WASHER 

^ Secularly $160. . 

ISPECIAL - ^ . ,. ^118 

I Bluebird Washer, Copper Tiib 

* ■ Oscillator. .\ „ 

earularly $150. 
ISPEOIAL - 1 . ;^i v^ '. -\ $87 

Getzit Wj(8her,. Copi»ei" T«b / 

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SSLTZ DOLLY TYPE WASHER. Reg. $90, Sjkesua $65. 

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3431 CENTRAIkAVE. 
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* CANDIES. CIGAR9. FILMS, ETC. 


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Try Prescription \ 

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A Cure for Obstinate Cblds 

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We Manufacture k 1 

We hav« a full tine of PLOUGH'S BLACK AND 
WHITE: Mine. WALKER'S: OVERTON'S and 
PALMERS TOILET ARTICLES; also • lia4 af 
STRAIGHTENING COMBS. j 

ALBERT BAUMANN 

DRUGGIST 

Phone Main 6064 
NINTH AND CENTRAL 


The PhUotBatbeon Art Literary 'and 
Social Club Kavo their flrst affair of 
the sprfnK season, a Leap Year Party 
on last Thursday evening >at the resi- 
dence of Mi-8. S. A. Wright, 1428 
Sixth street 

The Jbouse was beautifully decor- 
ated in the ciub colors — yellow and 
creen. i^ 

Many delightful games were the 
event of the evenins. 

Mrs. Manuel Murrell, the newly 
elected president is to 'be highly rec- 
ommended for her wonderful club 
ability. Too much cannot be said in 
praising her. 

The Invited guest present number- 
ed about thirty making a pai-ty of 
about sixty, among which were many 
of Santa Monica's prominent people. 

At eleven-thirty a delightful re- 
past was served in the ciub colors. 

After which tlie many guests de- 
parted 'tor thfiir homes declaring the 
ladles of the Philomatheou Club 
wonderful hostesses. 

On Tuesday evening. March the 
11th, Santa Monica will have the 
pleasure of hearing Mme. Hallie (J. 
Rrown speali at Phillips ('. M. E. 
Chapel, 4th and Bay street. 

Santn Monica feels lioiio eifto h:ive 
.Miss Frances Itrown, the nelce of 
.\!nie. Hallie Q. Brown, spend the 
winter with Mrs. S. A. Wright and 
attend Santii Monica High Soliool. 

No dciibt the many friends of Miss 
Anita Vi'ilkins will he' glad to kljnow 
that she ha.s recovered from her ill- 
ness and has resumed her studies in 
Venice High. 


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''.Vslos ot Rellsloas Trsiainc I>i the 

Home"..-. Bar. H. |L JIUicIvbU 

Gopd Niglk Sons :....<»iitette 

Fihk>8mith Area Seeks Csr Line 

-Members:, of the newly organized 
Fink-Sm|% .District Improvement As- 
sociation at a meeting this evening 
will consider the question of securing 
an extension of street 6ar service into 
the White's Bridge district. The meet- 
ing will be held at the Fink-Smith 
Playground HaJl, 

According to Olaf Anderson, presi- 
dent of the association, the members 
will request that the Fresno Tfactlon 
Company put in a line running on C 
Street to White's Bridge Road. . 

Anderson stated that therej are 
thousands of persons living in tie dis- 
trict who are without adequate car 
service. „ 

All members are urged by Ander- 
son to afteqd the meeting this ere- 
ning. Severalpermanent committees 
will be .Tppointed. 

The constitution and by-laws drawn 
up by A. L. Freemaui, Mark Sonoma 
anti Lindsay Watklns, probably will 
be adopted. 


PASADENA 


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WATTS 

U';'tts is all smiles ever it.s b:)y'a 
Iiand. 

Sevrml of Thi' Califcirnia Kagle 
re.iders r. siding <i;i Tha.xter Street, 
iTe ri'iwrled on tlie sick list. 

Mrs. finice Collins in Uiiby street, 
is convaloscinn slowly afli'r a long ill- 
.ess. 

Mrs. K.renia!! wiih some friends, 
were Watts visitors last W(!ek. and 
were very favorably improssod v.lth 
Watts. 

The snrpr;..ie party given at Walti 
Hall Saturday evening was a brilliant 
suc'ess, 

Levena Harris was the recipient of 
a beautifully appointed birthday par- 
ty tills week. 


«ratB t6 stttodamcaL,' B^e lusWen 
aWient qultii a wliile.' It is i ioy-ind 
delight U> Vie iter out; Mr. A. WBl- 
iam» was eiHed to th* tetlside bt hdf 
sister in Kansas last week, he reports 
that she is improved; Miss Smith Is 
improving slowly; tail, 'cheerfully. 


^y F. R. Brioks 




The gj^^atest weather I've ever wit- 
dossed in -winter time since I have 
been, hero ^ now hctiHn^ sW!ay> in Se- 
attle. It is sJniply flnei and the gar- 
dens are being plstttetf with the pro- 
ducts of truck tannia|j^^v 

Madajn Belle Salter Tyler. Febru- 
ary 28th, at Mt; Zlon Baptist Church, 
presened Mr. -John Pa^ne, the cele- 
brated baritone, late of'Lbndoif, Eng- 
land, in a recital whicl); proved to be 
the grandest atfalr of its kind er.W- 
witnessed here. The people were very 
well pleased with the'jSohgs he,u8e!i.J-^ 
Mr. Payne shows gr^at; improvement^ 
In bis singing tecbaicj^lly. He Js 
smooth in voice cy It ure and is quite 


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BURKE & 


Phone; Humbflldt 3224-W .^^ 


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serve your 
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Street (Near Hoopdr) 


We specialize 
Banquet. 


in Rolls, Pastry, Cakes, Pies. Let us se 
Phone us for information. Soda Water 
Confectioneries. 


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Mrs. Cl>as. Burke, Gen'l. Mgr. 


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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 


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Office Hours: 9 :30 A. M. to 1'2 :00 M. : 1 :00 P. SI. 
P. M.; 5 P. M. to 7:00 P. M. [ 

Phonep: Office, Humboldt 5382-\V; Res., Vern^nt 4131 

2200 Central Avenue L(A Angeles. 


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DR, CORNELIA EVANS, 

D. C, N. D., PH. D. i 

chiropractor! 

Hours: i0-2; And by Appointment 

1415^2 E. Washington Street j 


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FRED L. ENGLISH 

POULTRY AND EGGJS 

Headquarters for Turkeys, Geose, Ducks and Chickens. Wfc 
dress them while you wait. We retail at wholesale prices. 

Phone: 2ft7-006 1625 S. San Pedro St., Los Anf eles, C*L 


ijf,. Itev I,. W. Kylr.s, I'.isliop (if til*' 
riiiTlh Kpisiiipal Hislri't of the A. 
M. )•:. /.ion Chitrtli. rleliv reit a special 
■yi ririin Viierilay, l'"elir'iary IfllM. The 
Missionary t-'ister remlereil .n i)eanl;- 
fiil p. oRravi which tcnsisted of solos, 
and recitals, H. f. Lay. fl. S. S. de- 
livered an aiiiiress, subject: "Oair 
lioy.s".; Tile spea;:er said Wi' should 
keej] our girl.-i al home, train theni to' 
he nice. :;enri th;tii >o colle^•e and pre- 
pare tliein for the many professions 
i'l life. That they v.i!l ninke some man 
a. re:il wife. But our boys, we just I; t 
them :'amhlt' ar.'l do all manner of 
evil. Then the 'uoy crows up to meet 
the liest cultured Ktrl in our Kronp. 
and thny become friends. Krnm friend- 
ship to love, and from love to mar- 
riase. Who has the Kirl for a bus- 
ban*!? Tbeii we com plain that our 
cirls havf no det i-nt boys to eorres- 
ptird with. Who is responsible? Moth- 
er and father are " i spcn.silile.. If we 
rxp"ct our race to take the front 
ranl^s we must train our boys as well 
as our Kirls. Yon sbonlil know what 
your hoy is doins, and whore he is as 
well a.'f the girl. We nnisl train our 
boys to be men so when be picks the 
prettiest Rirl, the ino^jt culuin'd and 
trained yr\in!; l^ri^- for a wifi-. thai 
ynniit; lady in exihaHRC will ba'. •■ a 
pure hi!!. band. .\ m;:M who is able In 
lead her instead of the girl beini; 
Irain-d the boy uiitraim'd. it should b" 
Ihe duty of the parent.-^ to train them 

both. Ry training the ho.vs as well as 
the girl's we will get riJ? of the bad 
blood. Never will we hiive leaders in 
the future unless we begin in our 
boy.: and girls. 

flev. B. .:. Mnon,-, State- .Musical Hi- 
lECto. of Arkansas, is a recent visitor 
in our city and contemplates befng in 
our city for 'ten or twelve months. 
Kev. .Moon i.s also mu.sical director 
pf .M, W, District B,Y,r.i;, for.Venlion. 
' Miss Cioldie WhiJeside and Mr. Ful- 
ler were united in marriage March 1st. 
The youne; couple will ^pend their 
honeymoon in the niagniliccnl ci(y of 
Oakland. 

Servicfiat Second Bapiiit Church 
were . well ait.'^nded both mid week 
and Sunday. 

Z-'-.n A. .M. K. ClU'i-irh. pastor and 
conpregation mo; >red to Merced for 
afternoon services Sunday at 8:00 p. 
m, evening -Bervices. lianforii jteoplo 
worshiped with Fresno Zion Church. ' 

Program to be rendered by the la- 
dies' Art and Industrial Club. Modday 
evening, March 10. 1021. at Secpnd 
Bapti.'-t Church F and Merced Strdet.s. 
An' ed'.rcational proKrain will l)e ren- 
dered undfr the auiii'ico.s of the Fran- 
cis^Harper Club. 

Sons 

Invocation; Rev. C 

Soio Mrs. .1. C. 

Introductory Kemarks 
"The School as an Avenue 

tion" Mr. 

poug by Quartette 

"Good (7itli;enship" Mr. I., PJerson 
Piaao Selection Mrs. t. .Smith 

■'Sixty .Years of l'ri>.;re!is". 

; ■ Mr. \Vm. Higby. Jr. 

f'The Abilily of Tlie Negro for Poetry 

' and Music" . Mrs. C. ('. Carter 

Piano Selection. .Miss lloao Hannibal 

■"jUss Hallie Q. Brown as 1 know Her" 

Mrs. H. B., James 

Song i)y Quartette .-.. ,.... 


The Choir of the First A. M. E. 
Church served a delicious dinner, 
Feb. 28th for the purpose of purchas- 
ing new music under the leadership 
of Mrs. F. M. Roberts, Chorister of 
the Choir. The results were very 
commendable. 

The Ministers' Alliance of Pasa- 
dena composed c( Rev. Jordon, Pres.; 
Rev, Rtraulher. Vlce-Pres., Mrs. Ida H. 
Ford. Socy, and Rev. J, }J. Brown. 
Treas.. meets the First and Third 
Wednesday morning of each niorth 
at 10 o'clock at the MetropoIitaB Bap- 
list. Church. 

At the last meeting which was very 
interesting, the General Superinten- 
(bnt of Religious Education, Mr. Bean 
and his very able assistant worker, 
Mrs. Cobb, were present. Donations 
cf $16 have been' given by the Alli- 
ance, for which letters of thanks have 
been receive^! and were read at the 
iiceting. 

All ministers, leaders of civic work 
and other offlters are invited to at- 
tend the meeHng. 

A very enthusiastic young people's 
club has recetjtly been organized un- 
■der the careful guidance of Mrs. Shar- 
nett Floyd .with Miss Maud l.lnson as 
■p.-esiilent. This cinb is known as the 
Young People's Lyceum, ^leetlngs 
are. held Monday evenings at eight 
o'clock at (he First A. M, E, Church. 
Much interest is taken in th" .Oiscdss- 
ion rf current topics of Uie <lay. 

The topic of disciissiou for next ' 
week will- be: Th° Advantages and 
Opportiinities of the Colored Boys 
and Girls of Today. Also, the clnb 
will honor the memory of Paul T>. 
Dunbar. Hooker T, Washington and 
Frederick Douglas. 

.\n original poem contest is now on 
f( r wlvth a prize it; offered by B. 
Durham. 

Very encouraging T(>maks were 
made l)y Rev. J. M. Brown. 

All young people are invited to the 
■neetings. 

Mr. Silver. grandfaTher 
Sharnett Boyce Floyd. 
passed away at Mr.-i. Floyd's home. 
Tu.-sday. February 2Glh at the age 
of.;tO yearii. Irftp-e.'isive' funeral ser- 
vices w'-re held at Ul W. Mountain 
^t., with Kev. J. M. Brown officiating. 

Mrs. Floyd lovingly cared for her 
grandfather during his last illness. 

Keep off .April 10. 1924. Fashion 
Show coming; ! 

Bethel A, M, E. Church is a regular 
bee hive. 

All clubs and organisations are busy 
nreparing to.' the Bib; -Rally to he held 
Sunday, .\pril 13. with the (•:>-pectation 
of goinir over the lop. which could noi 
otherwise be done under the leader- 
ship if o'.'.r wide-awake pastor, Kev. 
.!, 'M. Drow.T. 

The Chauffeur's Club under the 
leadership of their president, Mi|. 
\'incent Bartlett, gave a Leap Yeaf 
Dance, F.iday evening, Feb, 29th at 
Forester's Hall. All present had a 
delightful lime. 

Olga Harris cf 1010 Kirkwood Ave. 
rpent the weekend in Hollywood, vis- 
iting f aroline 'Wicklifre, who enter- 
tained a group of the younger" set, 
Friday eVe.dng last, with a very in- 
teresting Leap Year party. After a 
most enjoyable evening, the happy 
party pronounced Miss WickVilTe a 
delightful and charming little hostess, 


fail 


a.ble to master thosei diffleult tones 
easily. Mr. ' Lawreni^, Brown, ftfr. 
Payne's accompanist,;^ a very flne 
musician, and ife a ^b^; asW to Jir. 
Payne as he plays the ;^ccompanym6nt^ 
accurately and fearlfcji.ily. Every onp. 
who attcn.(ied the rec^l waspgreatly 
pleased. .. , - '.•■'!'■ 

Mr. Lawrence Woo^ went on the 
Great Northern tWnfelg .Car Febru- 
ary 29 as waiter, rnnidlig between Se- 
attle and Helena, Myntana^^^ If , he 
likes his Job he will liUck wmi it iii- 
defl.nltely. \J 

F. R. Brocks, 118'28n<l Avenue, No. 
sends his kindest regards to hia friend 
M.-. O. J. Dehard of ^53 Bast Ninth 
Street, Los Angeles. %[ 

Tir. Wm. (Church) jKf-isonv of, 2400 
24lh Avenue, Jvjp./- has 'a nice place 
for gentlemen 'to .gather alid enjoy 
themselves playing pool, jbilliards, 
^\•hist. singing. He also keeps all the 
different brands of cigars abd cigar,, 
ettes, soft drinks, and.-cjjndies. Meet 
us there every night. ' ! . 

The Grand Pacific is quite popular 
on JacksMi Street, nibe Cafe in con - 
necUonr 'nie proprietcscs, Messrs Dun- 
igan and Martin, are flne gintlemed, 
and if yo.a^are a 'visitor in the city, 
the Grand Pacific Hofel, €1811-2 Jack- 
son Street is a good place toi stop, i 

Please call R R. Brooks east 1344 
and get The California •Ea'^e; that- is 
published in toe Angeles. Subscrip- 
tion $2.00 per year. I ■will be glad to 
he at ycur service |iiy time. Don't 
to call. * ^ 

The TSluslcians' i'nion of Seaffle, 
i Washington, Local NS: i'l.S, of Feder- 
I afjon of Musicians, ;llas started off 
I again in gooil shape ,juid good stand- 
] lug to do good for itself. This wimber 
had riulie cnnslderable' trouble in the 
prist, rangling and ;^angliiig with 
some of their members and one thing 
and the other. Thus theA becajne in- 
financial with the National President. 
So Sunday, F"ebruary |7th. the presi 
dent of Ix)cal No. 76j twhitel. tiie 
mother local met with! No. 45S to try 
and straighten them out and p it them 
in tirst class running condition.. The 
ofiieers for the next term a;-? as ffb 
l(ws: Pr§s, P. S. Birnett: Sect.. R. 
H. McCredy; Treas., Mr. Jones; Vice 
Pres. Mrs. Gertrude H. Wright;" Sergt. 
to Mrs. I at arms. F. D. Waldron; .\uditor, Le- 
peacefuUy I o„ Jackson. .Sundayi February 24th 
was the fi:-st regularimeeting after a 
considerable time. Twe monthly diies 
are payable on th ; tat quarter; sec- 
ond quarter they aS-e .d<;linquer.t. and 
that is aa additio,nal fifty cents to 
your dues, . ■ j. • - V 

Complimenting Mrs. Dr. Lillian 
Leur.s, of Indianapolis, Mrs. Ros^^e 
»C. Ridge eutcitained with a pretty 
\'alentine 500 party at her apartnlent 
on St. ■Valentine's . day. The decora- 
tions were parried pal In Valentino 
colcrs and on the taW&was a charm- 
ing comhinatton of fcA farnatioas. 
jonquils and red tulfp.s., Two tables 
^vere in play. The first prize was won 
by .Mrs. Ha.ry Duvall. second by -Mrs. 
Clarence Miller. The giiest prize was 
given .Mrs. Dr, Lillian-- Leurs. ! 



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Churches: Presiding Elder Jasmes 
"Washington held the second quarter- 
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at the A. M. fc. Church the pa ,st Sun- 
day and Monday, Notwithstanding 
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THE GREATEST EVIL IN OUR MIDST. 

Perhaps the greatest evil in our midst today is the dope 
evil, and it is pleasing to note that steps are being taken to 
remedy the present condition along this line. 

No stone should be }eft' unturned by the churches, lodges 
and newspapers among the Black peoifle in he 
this growing evil. 

We are pleased to note that our white dailies have been 
Strong in their endorsement of our own Dr. Hj D. Prowd who 
has been placed at the head of the Black raiks of this anti- 
dope movement. I 

If you are a preacher, teacher, leader, or layman, you are 
certainlv expected to be present at the Y. M. Cj A., Tuesday ev- 
ening, March 11th and hear Capt. Hobson spesjik on this grow- 
ing menace. Nothing should,keep you away 4s the admission 
on this occasion is absolutely Free. 


-A DISGRACE TO CENTRAL AVENUE. 

"Last Saturday morning a colored policefman entered a 
confectionery shop and ordered a drink. When informed the 
price, he aaid all rij^t, give it to me, then inquilred for the pro- 

Erietor. Being informed he was at hupe aslflep, he ordered 
im to be brought to the shop. On arriwrl he wks called all the 
ii^ite trash, and he would be framed upon and jcleaned up and 
told to come along. Thejr walked to Vernon avjenue, the police 
station was called, and with arrogance the officer gave the pro- 
prietor ten cents and told him to go on home. \[e gods, has Los 
Los Angeles come to such a pass where a colored officer can 
commit such an act, where such whose patronagp is not wanted, 
let them stay away, either in business or residential, asi the 
only outcome will be trouble. God made a rade of people for 
9$fih country, and he intended they should^dWell therein and 
qot to mix, creating a mongrel race. China foriChinese, Japan 
for Japanese, Turkey for Turks, etc. Much of thi strouble is 
e«xised by the low politicians and the general public is having 
their eyes opened. 

"The tax-eaters in our city hall have played dirty work, 
btit the all-seeing eye is forever upon thein. And at next elec- 
%pn there will be a thorough housecleaning. Had we .the 
l^t officials at the head of our city govemm^t, ' conditions 
#Ould be quickly settled, but politics has been theij- game and 
rail their game. Therefore, clean them out. The trouble to- 
<lay is cheap politicians who govern our city and our country. 
"iPhi^ir only qualifications is to take order from the higher-ups; 
they know not the meaning of honesty and integrity ; . their 
stock in trade is chicannery- and deceit. Our harbor is a beau- 
tiful illustration. Every child knows that to have a house built 
it has to have a solid foundation, and so ft is ^mth the harbor. 
What is required is men thoroughly acquainted with harbor 
work and the best is nose too good, and who know it from A. 
to Z. practically and otherwise, and who have been a success 
is- that line of business. Instead of such we havje a bunch who 
knows about as much as the city Jiall bunch knows themselves. 
Unsuited and utterly unqualified for the iabj.4 job lot of ipoli- 
ticians picked up here and there from the political trough. If 
we have no real brainy business men in Los Angeles suitable 
fdrthe job. For God's sake, let us getthem elsewhere and pay 
for them. Continue as you are doing and you sqoh will become 
the laughing stock of the world. It is much to be regretted that 
men in our city who should stand ace high among the people 
•re the smallest and cheapest when it comes to business prin- 
ciple, they have none. 


'Tub. Com. Res. Prop. Owners Ass." 

White Way BuUetiii.'' 


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W"e are re-printing with grammatical errors and mispelled 

^ won)B an article which appeared in last weeM'fcissue of "The 

£**H,?^*y Bulletin," a paper apparentiy puUWhftd by the Ku 

^S^S?"? ■'»** 4#«Ucfted to' the cause of keepSt a certain end 

ff€«rt^ Avenue «l^att«w "white trash." f 

Now, tfie author of this article first of all k a disgrace to 
Up OFB race because of the fact that he has not made the most 
<n]iis oppjMrta&ities. He knows little about authrography, less 
5t?lS R?'2'^ *?^ nothing aboBt rhetoric. TbUsay anything 
thMt hi* taiowiedte of City Government and C»vic righteous- 
IMIiVjMldlMftpIayoB.words. I 

_irj|« W*re Mlled apon to take an examination — ^his an-. 
!2??xft;*'^S"T'**°v"'''^^«*" *»* »** character or i±id— 
l^lfH' V"" » * '^*»*te mnp'scoiuitry and wfe want toTceep 
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On The Cinematic Basis of Raality 


Sometimes we speak of the mo- 
tion picture industry in the most 
complimentary terms employing ev-. 
ery superlative at our command to 
appraise as near as we can, its in- 
fluence over the world afrlarge; and 
sometimes— though less Sequent* 
ly^— our remarks are full of irony 
and raillery. ^ 

To definitely ascertain whethev 
or not the motion picture is a high 
and indespensable art reflectfag the 
spirit of the age and expressing the 
thought and action of mankind is 
the especial aim of this editorial. 

That the cinema distorts and mis- 
represents life, that it is. almost 
never aai adequate expiression o;f 
reality is already a platitude. 
Take the case of the DeMilles. Both 
Cecil and William have ibeen giv- 
ing us rot. They have been giving 
us drivel. They apparently think 
that all life consists of social scan- 
dal and political intrigue. They 
have lavishly spent monstrous for- 
tunes merely to lead movie-goers 
into a world of make-believe, which 
ia not only of short and fleeting du- 
ration, but is seriously detrimental 
in the outcome. Their policies and 
'ntethods offer a singular antithesis 
to the new movement in English 
literature. The new movement in 
literature is decidedly realistic. The 
new movement in motion pictures 
is monotonously romantic. And, 
certainly, if human thought is '. to 
elaborate itself, if there is to be had 
some definite utility from the sever- 
al arts, they should all conscioiusly 
work toward the same end. 

But the producers have appar- 
ently this end in view — to swell the 
gate proceeds for the box-office. 
Perhaps this is why so many splen- 
did novels when adapted for screen 
purposes are colossal failures. And 
it is not always the author's fault. 
The author — if he aspires to be one 
of the first rank — usually gives a 
dispassionate representation of life 
as he sees it. Whether he sees 
clearly, whether his vision is free 
of lethargy, whether it is untaint- 
ed with the foul breadth of preju- 
dice or pessimism or not is the crit- 
ic's business to determine ; and the 
movie producers, therefore, cannot 
substantiate themselves by any sys- 
tem of cold logic when they say 
that, because a good story does not 
make a sensatibhal success, an es- 
tablished author's work is devoid 
of interest. The trouble is that the 
author's story has not enough of 
that cheap, swaggering, sentimental 
apoeal which the producers want. 

It is hardly necessary to multiply 
instances in which the producer 
has ravishly sought to asst)re the 
monetary gains of his film by muti- 
lating a good novel. . In adapting 
"The Eternal City" to the screen, 
the scenarists tried to modernize 
the original story. The effect was 
not alone disappointing, but dis- 
gusting. Although the main theme 
of the play wlas^made to stand out 
vividly in every scene, the presen- 
tation of sp many extraneous fea- 
tures destroyed one's perspective. 

"Treasure Island" was certainly 
not the "Ti-easure Island" which, in 
our gramniiar school days, filled our 
minds with strange hallucinations. 
It was the ultra-modem version con- 
cocted by the cinema in its attempt 
to push into the arena of stardom 
two juvenile players who ai-e well- 
known to every movie fan. 
After seeing that melodramatic ex- 
travaganza, one is apt to come 
away — if one is not well informed — 
with an unshakable conviction that 
New York and New Yorkers have 
only one inWest and that alone; 
to wit: to spend their time self-in- 
dulgently, keeping up with the press 


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epor^ o^ the scandals I add de-! 
baucheries of those celehrated inj 
le pugilistic and theatrical world! ti 

|a|L galaxy of artists, sport- writers, ' •' 

■humorists, and others more or less ." 

lirominent are quite inartisticalljrff 
lade part of the film, When-i-i 
lough strange it may seem to the. ' 
jindisoeming — they do not add an .4 
Bta of 4;oIor or change the plot .or - 
fction of the play. Air this, mind »,. 
fQU, was deliberately done, as we . 
have said •elsewhere,, to swiell the , . 
gate proceeds for the b^-office. y 

Said. Mr. H. G. Wells, in answer- 
to an inquiry made . by VJohn^ 0» 

iLondon's Weekly" conCernirfcr the . . 

Krue place and importance of. mo- '.':. 

X\ox\ pictures: "I: am anxious to 

f^blige, but realy I have no views 

"about- the matter. The qinem^. 
people seem to me to- be .utterly' 
damned fools, beneath thierlevel^ / 
a decent man's discussion.'' • 

We will -^ot speak :Witii " Suchi 
great rancor. . We are conscious of 
some good i^nd beautiful produc- 
tions which*^e have seen; but We 

4annot refrain from.iGlo8fcg wijhout^- 
ijnakiRg a^ deliberate expression of ^^ 

^e conviction thsEt. the cinema as a ' 
iftxpre^sed through c€*ta,in well-^. 
knows producers, art mrectoAi, . 
^enario - writers, and others roore^ 
Or less concerned is one Qf the most 
inadequate, misleading,.sophisticat-, 
ed, most damnable and daraagii^ ;, 

:.#xpressions of reality tn the worid 

i^ art today! 

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vic*,'2M4 1.2 ««ittsr«trM^ SnTAiiin- 
else*, aervss ail fh* lamNng lliM'9»> 
Iter* ill the State «<Xelinrnla«Ml«^ . 
•r Wi^ ethar race ya^an In tl«« U.:ttr 
A. apMiaJ .corre«rMii««t^~ta tlM «att 
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; . Special to Tlie Callfotvla Eacle 
: Tour corftspondfent,, havins ^e* 
lieVed for some time that districts of 
vjce and Ucensed vfeie had Twen.-eHm- 
litated from all American feftTag Tr^s 
aaxtou^ to see bow it ^Sric oiltjio,^ 
tka cUy of Reno. Well U i^lu>t»i »|^ 
. ft faa8)drawB the nondesi-T^;* from i^i 
ierywftete. Yet contrary to fhaieatj^Mi^;' 
j tati^ . of i(^ advocates and devioMwn 

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, , DuBois the stylist has bieh her- 
j aided in every academic circle with 

[much flourishing of trumpets ai^ 

f crashing bf tympani. 

• k With a series of explosive ailit- 

||rations, the Harvard savaint re- 
■ .Reives much KerO worship and much 
• comment froim the book reviewers 
ifon securing vivid-- and telling ef- 
' feets; He possesses a keen sense 
of prose rhythms and cadences.'. 
His plirasing is so smoothly marked 
by periodic rests that ofle is led to 
Believe thatt he expends too tnugh 
energy in tn5" choice qf the individ- 
ual v/ord. 

. In "The Soul of Black Fo}k" i|J$ 
the sophisticated rhe«;toriciari> 'Ara 
although "Darkwater" is butaniin-^- 
adequate collection of personal' im- ' 
pressions, crudely strung together 
by various artifices, it nevertheless 
attain >a height, a charm;, and dig- 
hitjr of expression commonly /'dc-^ 
nied to the pluttdity of men. - *;''/" 

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t town that Was expected. Of coarae tbU 
opponents of thu? adminiptratkm i>^V-J 
are stm «i«anlKiBK for Its dt^l^t. »^ 
'tie. coqiinfr election thV ontortW* bt 
iw^ich lit by no means, dertain. 
Ihe better ele&«nt of coftrred dt 
•<4 are. aiding: in the - abatei^ent 
ivif. : ,. » ,'■ ■ 

/ - , . ' Ti)a . A ohhaon t^mpaign 
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. <MQUdge a^einB tp bave 

t .<^U foF stfRport amons the Na- . 
citixetta of thi& HtSiT^. Ha certais- . 

tuts many .su^pbi^ers. Hara talked 
to'^na^ <if 'the. leader sand .^k*<^[ 
them t^> expUdn th^ir oppoMtloa ,M| j 
Senator Klram Warrr^n Johnson, andt' 
ft all resolvas : itself bacic to his 'at^ 
l(%ed?Caihire to support the Dyer ASti', 
' I^nehing^ "Bjll.. Many of ■• these hare 
'prpfesfied' a greMt admir^W(ui^or the _ 
Senator, but ajl express the belief ' 
that he shouId*have".Kon to the-bat ia 
favor of thli piece of legislation, in 
ifaet many ttxpressed the opinion that 
the lack of rapport of this measara 
on the part of the Senator was a di- 
rect rebuff to the race. Certain It^ia 
that the Senator is losing a lot Of eBi>- 
poi-t on this particular ground and a 
^eat denrof •'xplaining will be necesi \ 
.^ry on the part of the Jolmaon |Ban . ■ 
aeer to regain it. > -V '.,'•. .J!' "' 

Have Common Cbriplaini' V -/"'•; 

NaRTQ citirpxis of Xevada, that Is, " 
.the rank and file, are making some ' 
complaint about thrir organizafions 
here as are prevalent ia Califortvia, ' 
viz, the yzHt raumber here ahd the lack 
of any concrete accomplishment on 
the part of them as a whole or as In- 
tlividuals. Then too, they are constant- 
ly harrassed by the ielf conatitnted' 
leaders. Tliey have found it next to ■ 
impos&ibli*' to lay tbeir complalnta 
and pillions before their legislative 
counsels, saying that nsually it ia 
some individual who refuses to be 
bouJid by the wishes of the organisa- 
tioDSi they being a member of the cir- ' 
ganization: and participating in the de* 
liberations thereof. 


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If he would read history he would realize that the Black 
man is just as much Athericai^ or perhaps more than he is, 
that he owns more real estate ;| owns and operates more busi- 
ness on Central now than Mr.! "White Way" advocates ever 
will have. / 

Now, about the Negito oflncer; who resented being over- 
charged for a drink, we have this to; say. He shouhl have re- 
fused to pay the overcharge Hi^d brought suit oiJ^he, ground 
of being refused the courtesies due a citizen and an American 
in a public place. And the only cause we can lay his derision 
of the public oflSoial to is possibly ttieir caution in signing Ku 
Klux memberthip cards as readily as Mr. "White Way" desires. 
. W^ would suggept that thiaj white wily organization ulilize 
«il8 anti-blsBk invasion vigilence committee in the protection 
'<rf its women and girls who afff^aily sold into white slavery. 



' ',The! new Negrqi^youth movement . 
has been touched upon and fjilly 
described by various writers to the 
current magazines. Some regard 

- it as one of the most significant 
movements of the day ; others, vast^^ 
ly in the minority, speak of it With 

-, scarcely disguised irony, as it were 
but a feable gesture which youth 
sometimes employs in its attempt 

" to make itself felt. 

Perhaps the most graphic >^nd 
representative account is that which 

. appeared -in "The Young Citizen" 
written by our good friend, Jam%s 
Wilson McGregor, stylist and lead- 
er of the youi^ intelligensia of ,Lob 
Angeles— a name by which • those 
who think they have the latest as-' 
pect Of mind designate themselves. 
We reproduce it in part because; 

^ it is an accurate account of the rest- 
less, and somewhat adventurous and 
crusade-like spirit of the rising gen- 
eration ; because, our readers should 
know about the new movement; 
buti)rihcipaUy because, it is charmr. 

- ingly and scholarly written. .< V M.^ 

"The Negro youth of oday," it rn^ir f 
"will be the Negro of tomoirowl , V ,; ■« 
Upon him rest* the barde nof lift- / ' 
Ing hH people into the new wt>rld ' ' ■. 
fof Christian tbought and practice 
, "and of demonstrating to mankind ^ 
at large the fallacies of racial de- 
merit upon the basis of race alone. 

: ' . It is in|tereatlng to note tbat 
'through hlni the eyes of Ajnerlca 

i '"' are gradually betas opened. Still 
Itandlcapped in many ways, he nev- 
^rtheless, stands side by aide with .' 

j ,._^he rising aristocracies of Intellect ['., 

1 among, his white brothers to give '. 

to them a new understanding — a • 
new conception— of>? the grMt and ■' 
various posslbUitieft bxtstent^lB the. .' 

very nature of his people. ' "^i * .<_' 

"Among these two elements tJhere .^ 
', is fast developing a common basia. ,V~ 
of friettdship; and by their Inld- «'; 
ence alone win there e.ventuaUy ■\^' 
arise a new America, atripped , of 
her unfortunate heritage ot ciate 
' and racial distlncUonB; baptlied 
and purified in the clarified waters 
of a new democracy; reading to the 
world, as she sHDuld.dos, the leaaona 
ot racial amity and ^Md will — of 
interracial .solidarity Mtd pro g ree a . 

RJa, In brtef. tlie hOKe< Ot the . 
mlgnty awakening of tie splrtt^ 
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Reno Coasts of the only colored- 
man, or as Percy Buck wouhi say,, 
J&Iack American, in the United States 
Weather Bureau: Mr. T. Williams 
-^ets'up in -the morning at 3: 30. .a, m, 
and takes a few observatiooa 'Vtl to ' 
wliat old sol ^r Jupiter Plavloa li^,10 
say for the incoming days. TUgJtSot- 
mation in turn is transmitted to>^^ 
papers and the kind hedrt^l nattais 
Know whether to put on Ja. tyti^rifet" 
out his snow shoes. • "^ . ^t- 

Mr. H. J. Hayes- is the only Btek 
AiAerican in the Postoffice "in'toSoi 
He. Is a World War veteran, correa- 
pondAnt for the Chicago Defend)^, 
and a. carrier for Untie Sajn. 

University of Nevada 

I made a tour ot the rnirerBKrOtf 
Nevada te lOther day. They hare' a 
wonderful sphool up herp. But 1 jonnd '• 
nobla^;k American therein. They bav« 
the Mackey School ot Mines here jtatt ■ 
it is wonderful opportunity for some 
members of the r&C'i .tp gfet into this- . 
line, 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Allen hare «^ 
Boys' and High School here and;>7 
the^way they hav« some wondeJrol":"' 
B^^ool .buliaings - fcr the chUfiwI .' 
Young William is fifteen yeari(: j||(l 
and is a Junior in. the scbocd, Ub ?' ' 
so a member of^the Y. M. C.- 
buddliig race carCoonikt. Hif 
an engineer at the Hotel' ^oUs 
^otel is owned by Georgt S; "^^ 
and Allen haa, been /^j^-t^af- 
since 1S06. , .v .,'.';, ■^,,y' 

■•■ '■ JPrejUdice In N«v«da ^.i , ;»i j 

j^evadai like many other states, l^ 
prejudiced as to Its hotels and restati- 
rants. No black man can pFO(iare v^r- - 
vice 111 any of th^ first class or^ot' . 
that matter second claks hotela <ir 
restauranr^. One must be very raretal, 
where one g((es. Asked' if they have al 
civil rights laV they don't appear to 
Ino^ what itNTuVans, and they havent 
sumcient coaadMiCe in their legiela- 
tsrs to believe that titey tc^ght^tbe ablq^ 
to have one p^med. 





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Have Fei 


Keoo has a Pomm, where aH ijii ^ 
ind iloUtical questions are opened 4ar- 
discDMIon. Th«y have a' few fUthfOt 
member^ who bear the burden. Tbj^ 
chief complaint ii that the town 1«, 
over run by the under world eliemcai^ 
who have'«|> interest in aaythfnt cava 
4Jce. They were succnasfnl e&ooChte 
'secure United Sutee Senator -Oddk 
to- deliver an addreas to th«BL About 
, eighteen were anflMentiy lnt«re*ted 
1 to, ttirn Out and hear the Seitatar. 


-. -r^'" .'f^-.v~."i«..uwuue Slavery. ^ "l^irty "'^^'^n* o^ «« •?«« «>«.-^' ->^^^^^ 

" mm ' """ ' ' ' ' » Negro gonUir -' ^ ^c A: ^ v'' - - v-^ >."^^"^- : | tq ttirn and' hear the SwsM 


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TOUR BATTERY 


No part at tbe aHtomobile is more 
ewential to Its usefulness tban tbe 
sterage battery, saye Mr. Henaley, of 
Hanaley Battery Sftatlon. And too, no 
part ot the automobile receives great- 
er abune than the>b«ttery. The arer- 
a«e person seems to think their bat- 
tery indestructible and acting on the 
strength cf that belief, the battery re- 
ceives little or no attention, with the 
result that sooner or later, generally 
sooner, the owner finds himself com- 
pelled to pay a visit to some service 
•tatlon, to get straightened out. Un- 
like most' things, constant usage of 
one's auto tends to improve the con- 
dition of the battery. .However, It is 
well to keep in mind tbe fact that 
tMs depends upo nthe condition that 
Ike plate* vast at all tlipaa.be cov- 
ered. When It becomes necessary to 
All the ceUs with enough fluid, to keep 
tba ^t«e covered, only pure dlatHled 
|*ater shrould be used. The battery 
Ka* larg^ reaponsiblUties, and its 
strength shonM be copaerred. Not on- 
ly Is It called upon trf stipply energy 
t& start tha motor, bat jour Itgbting 
-aystena, aii4 born are alao dependent 
tipon h ta function'-^ . if ygu wish a 
iMaltby hattery, doB't work yOtir self 
•tarter over time: don't have your 


generator charging too fast, and In 
the e^ent that a test showj} yopr, bat- 
tery to be overcharged, turn on your 
lights for awhile, if you don't care to 
cut down generator. Alwiys pjit in 
wat«r before taking; a spin, so yonr 
battery will have an oppprtunlty to 
charge. In preference to fl)Ilng on re- 
turn. Ten days U the limit one should 
go before looking at your i battery. If 
you dont expect to use ypur car for 
several weeks or more yoju ^ad bet- 
ter take your battery out ajid put it in 
live storage at some battery station. 
Alwaye see that yourr teijminals are 
absolutely tight to insure} a live cir- 
cuit. These few timely Suggestions 
might save you the necessity of in- 
vesting in a New Exide ^attery, for 
which I am agent. 


DOUBE DECKERS AGAI^ IN OU|t 
MIDST 


Again, after a nabaence of ten years 
we witness, while traversing our city 
streets, the doube decker imotor bus, 
fust as in New York and Chicago. 
T«B years ago when the [experimenr 
was flrat tried here, the tl^e was not 
ripe for their introduction, conse- 
quently, after tbe novelty] had worn 
off, patronage began to sh«w signs of 
shriBkage, and naturally the revenue 
so vital to the success or all enter- 
prlsea grew less and les^ uuiil the 


TAXI SERVICE? 

IF SO 



coaoems who operated them decided 
their attoeeMfpI operation a phyalcal 
impoBSibllity, and gave up the ghost, 
and the. fifteen or twenty busses were 
sent to San Francisco, thefe Lo aper- 
ate during the exposition, following 
which they disappeared altogether 
from public yfew. 

But today tlie story is dlCicrent. 
Yesteryear Los Angeles had only 
about 175,000 population. Today she 
has in excess of 1U)00,000 living souls, 
and what was a curiosity and novelty 
then, today becomes an actuiel neces- 
sity and so the double decker is aaain 
here in our midst and working ovof- 
time. doing Its bit to relieve traffic 
conditions, and assist folks to reach 
home and work on time. 


TRAFFIC 



■THE" 
ElITE TAXI COMPA!(Y 


24-HOUR 

1146 Central Ave. 


SERVICE j 

Hiooe: Main 1476 1 


'ROJUND THE BUTTON 

If you ride in or drive an automo- 
bile in tbe city of Los Angeles, no 
doQ.bt you have noticed or been 
caught In one of those motionlejis 
merry-go-rounds that seem to happen 
more or less around any well travelled 
ed intersection of this city. 

.lust a little tip — If you are driv- 
ing and see two or three motorists 
about to arrive at an intersection at 
the same time and you think that 
Ihere.ls a possibility of a tie-uP'. don't 
drive right Into ft, you will, only make 
it worse, incline to the right and try 
to work your way around those who 
are nearest to the Intersection, and 
■nine times out of ten you win be well 
on your way before some one of them' 
makes up his or her mind to back up 
a little and let the other felliw pass. 



Mies Owendohni Jones has a cbant- 
feur to drive her in the perspiv of Mrs. 
MfcKnlght oj'Aiilla Station, and ber 
hi|^ powered Wto was reoeatfy called 
to' diapatcli 4 Wealthy widow to Saoia 
Aia for tbe Msreaaid ponxne of tak- 
ing unto Tftrtiea , a fcuaband. Accord- 
ing to Mrs. SicKn^ht tfee trip was sue- 
ceasfnl In eret^'retope'ct. 

Claude Trojr who has bee;i with 
Don Le^ (3a:daUac Agency for a nutn- 
*er of yeara la slowly going to the top. 
He is mow Itnown as Mr- Troy around 
the i^endaea. 


A. L. Jehnion, iwpniar auto dealer, 
has just instalM Home new improve- 
ments 'at Ma ahow romne. 

Dr. Diggs in fttldltion to his Fjank- 
lin coiipe, his a good 'looking Kash 
T6urtng car. 


__WHY WORRY- 
ABOUT YOUR HAIR? 

— Se e 
MADAME 
C. BRAZLET-CREUZOT 
HAIRDRESSING 
AND MANICURING 

MME. C J. WALKER'S ^ 

System 
"As We Go, So Goes the 

Fa^ion" 
823 East 32nd Street ■ . - 
- • - Phone: Hum. 8119 


speaking of th« colored clergy in 
IjOs ABgelea, forty some odd have au- 
tomoMlea pr apologies for saitie. Most 
of theih use in calling an the aick' and 
dietreiised aad the Others nse them 
rttnnlBfe anonnd trying to get a' 
chang^. 


. iCbpI Hall and hie lizsy made a fly- 
ing .(rip to the aKiuataiB? -laat week, 
lie was on a wlM gooae chase. Have 
not beard hov^- many 'he bagged. 


T.ftCA,.liQiB 


Laat Kriday night the H»-T elected 
its officers for tCe remaining school 
year. The olRcera who were ejected 
are fnHy capable of carryft^ on tbe 
work of the ez-offlcers. The W-V has 
great hope In the fotlowtng oiSeers: 
Clearance Brotliers, Prea; ^IslRBael 
Flory, Vlce-Pws.; Tbeopfatltis Smttli, 
Secy.; Bruce ! Itearna, "freasaiwr. 

On March Hth th* .HtrY la connec- 
tion wUh the High 6ehool Btndent 
CiBb *f Y. W. <{;. A. la to give a "Farm 
Social." \ 

The boys will Be clad te e««rkllB, 
Sun straw Inta bbs red. handker- 
chiefs. The gicia will Ms 4oBn«d in 
ghigfaam ' dreaaea avd ImbbMs. 

The BlTair wiH be in ^oiiaiatency 
WHh a raid eld IjKebiBed BOcttl oh tihe 
farm. AH -Ugh vdrnftrfieyB 4li;id girls 
are requeBted to BttiftJlBad- d J» ig "ac- 
cordiigly. Dont fbi^et tb brihg your 
tfh drinking enp; -' ;>> ■-■ 

The Vesper Serrloee for ^«i4ay, 
March 9th will be In charge ot Mn. 
Malcolm Patten: Ttrts ts* promised a 
wonderful pipgraui wUb. special tnn- 
aic. All are Invited to he prBBent 
from 4 p. ta. ti^ & p: m. Amon^ tbe 
clubs .b«ttBS'.orgaiiiBed Bre a Oirls 
Glee dub, BiiaineaB Girls Club, and^ 
a fine Oj^wast^m Claaa.- 

AVe tf e T#y glad to have Mlaa 
Myrtle' li. ttdwarda as the new exe- 
cutive .secretary Kith . Miss Minnie C. 
. Payne aa girls work secretary. They 
soITclt The siipport of Loa Angeles: 


flitijit of ta piiB^agra BOW ta epaltue- 
tUBtfl IB the aunitnnw tnirrBckB 
i^«4itjl»&e4 abore jKn-rtnx aentcneea 
oT fve yftwa or more. . 

' "l>e lM«rjl of tDScer^ above men- 
tioned Is nsNto np of ttn two officers 
at the WBr BepBrttnenl who fqutdle 
inntatternt pMrtanllnr IB ylatfurira , BBd 
Rl!|i(M gtt^tMjwmte tiren br thB 
twora tatln^ CBaet In wtiich bcr- 
teacea ia^pfear to te in ezeeaa .er^ose 
adjudged by civil courts for like «f- 
fenaea. When thia bai»r<: >hall have 
CDMhidea its work, a'siniltlar board 
Vin be appointed for a like inveatl- 
gatioB-wt the' United dtatfis ^PesttcB- 
flary, Hol^efl lataod, WasbtBgUlk, and 
the Vuited StBtea Otocipftajtry Bar> 
racks, AlcatTBX, Calif. 

"T^ 4iiTeBtiCBtion by the abore 
boa^ #111 iBClude tfie Se&tences ol 
tlK ^fltooera la -wlutSe behalf your 
ffvttlibn la IMibtttttcetf". . ~ 


PAUKllia \ 

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WAR tECREtARY Viei£MW1iirt6 

NA.A.C.P. ACKNOWLEDGING 

i^USTON MARTYR 

>eTitiaw 


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tlaa ^ircady AppoTrite^ 'OTRiBara 
CanaJdcr Casea of Hen of 24th 


to 


Mr. Joe Pronper is «een a 'goow deal 
of late riding in a Dodge sedan on the 
Avenue accompaoied by a chauffeur. 


The Elite Taati <;ab Company has 
the best looking outfit and renders 
the best service ot atay concern its 
size in .the city. Main 147«. 


^as any one seen Mr.' Charley Lew- 
is, who resides on W. lltb Street and 
hte Chevrolet of -late? 

■Lios Angeles boasts of two lady 
physiciana. Dr. Temple and Dr^. Tur- 
ner, aiid both have classy cars. 


Don't miss 'this gala day at Phil- 
lip's Chapel. Come early. Miss Eliz- 
abeth WilUaBison at the organ. Hiss 
Robert V. Edwards, pianist. Mrs. Le- 
ila Douglas, Mistress of Ceremonies. 

MRS. A. C. H. K££RGW. Direc. 
^EV. R. W. UI«)BRWOOD, Pastor 


John W. W^ka. V- S. SecTelil^ vt 
War. has whtfen to the KaUOnSl As- 
sociation for tlie Adtancemi^t oT Col- 
ored People, 69 Fifth .^I'veane, .Vew 
York, acknowledging receipt oT the 
Houston Martyr petition. &hd an- 
nouncing that he has appointed a 
board of officers to inquire Into the< 
cases of tte men of 'the24th still Im- 
prisone;'. for their al^ged sliare in 
the H.natbh Riot Of 1917. Secretary 
Weeks' l<..tter, which la addressed to 
James WcidOn Johnson, Secretary 'of 
tjie N.A.A C.F., is as tollo'ws: - 
"Dear !Jir;, ' 

"The petition presented by you to 
ibe President In behalf of the so- 
called Houston Rioters has beeai re- 
ferred to the AVar Department for 
conaideratlon. 

"A few daye ago I appointed a 
beard oT Offlters, consisting of n^ 
olBcer x>f .th9 Adjutant General's Be- 
partment. to vlstt the ruUiM State* 
penitentiaries at AthiBtit, tit-^gia, and 
LeaTen^t'Orth. Kansas, and' Tort Jay. 
New York; tor the ptirpo*- of consid- 
ering the, casea of all mnitary pri'sn- 
ers confined, la iite iwrLltuntlariea,, 


NCIV r«|A»fCtn^'PlGJit NEbD^ 


ii^lheiifh NBMv'-iBrvteB)" 

N-ort61k, Feb. si-M^oMeralal; fte 
iBMCetBttce of rjte NecrB^ tke IktUf 
^day^to^arde EsBBc^tlBn l£sy ^ser- 
'vaft«eB;4^lM NBtirAlkloiMBtiaBd Onlde 
says: "In tl»» ft r at pl ace, .a nd reftik 
m^.to America^ sta«rei7 IMters into 
ISb HMelitCUaB a .pietsBB of the ab- 
hpn-BBoe ef .the . aisiM. la. the n^xt 
ptaoefe»'restl>aB thattliere isyet*ao 
-MMk to bejliiheto.4recl|^:^o bonds of 
■^a^fOfy of eooBomlc vtaireryl proserin 
tton Of oMRftttralty. iBjasticB before 
-tke law, aad denial of citizeaship 
ligktii, that JiU Bttaptlon la' focused 
more upon gaining a H^i^r'MUUtB(B#- 
tion, an emand^Mioa UiBt. will flow 
Itym .Am CocistttBtloi^ nm^imsats 
tliat greiat out oLQtB iiB9.ix>t )8<S. aiid 
made him a man free'inapportBaity. 
free in the-eai^ioyBMBt et~tk» privilesc' 
«a and ioraHmiUes of AoMirfcab eiti-^ 
MBBklp, more iliaii it tynpOB Mlebract-; 
JB the '-isaaaBce. of Abnksi LiBCOiB'» 
tmlneirtal prodaination'V . . . 

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W«n. Wall.. leoU wtip't' liii,it'>ht>»ri 4TH 
I4« Vtodaa All««rk»te th« «Er«lnt of 
aiMiiiyland Jan. 'fEaattr Monday at 
Alrion Hall. Daneinta til 2 a. m. . 


««r»-««9fy«d 


ta-a lato 



■#e <mr Castral AVcnoa ad- 


l^iAifit'^c^pol oC Music, wU<A 18 
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as».''^, jlliafaI..>.^rauU«. Vryw. 
•*^ ^~ -^ COIaa, ^lerWAkers. 'Vrtiite, 
'k;-tla«()ik. fkoirvi Ttitunp- 
^J(MM«. K«rp^. Emias- 
%aa .Bwtf . ,Tlpa af»r aa 
I «aflarad ad m tUa )a- 
VIMB for tkoae irko iilU >•- 


aiRL SERIOUSLY INJURED IN AC- 
CIDENT j 
Mlas Myra Parser popular s&clety 


Itl^^^^ S^ «lrt. '.ho resided »t the Y. W. C-iL. 



or t»a Sicma CbMt«r •( 

Kitpp* Al»tA aorcMty Dt 

mitt of Soatbera C^orslik, 

HalttfrtatMc oyer a cki4>tar 

eo ttp oe o d tr tbelr Ffoaidevt, 

K^»»ira4M faiiift«M pnh 
'$«r^M|Bgfk^i» pfnctaib at i^ 
KtWC Basenb Jolmaoii, Sattir- 



met with a serious accident Wednoi- 
day momlnK on ner wfty tb 'woHc. In 
boarding the street car, th« car start- 
e4 before Miss Pirker had gotten on 

the car was brought, to a stop. Her 
leg was broken ik two places; sie 
was taken to te retetring hospital lofa 
aeail-coiiscions stajte. ^ 

Mias Parker liaa only been in lot 
As|e|(W about a year anU "fkrUiMy 
Rrfid ' in Omaha, Nebraska, with her 
father. J 


Tha lih«mb«ra of tha ,Ptiy»-AfH.>t> 
Mo Club ara biia]«>, ,'arrati«TM^N|{ 
their Annual FaaklM ' StwW, ' 'mSR 
will .ta^ place at Phllharmonle Audi- 
terlinni .Yhursday, April 3iM. 

For the past three yeara hundrada. 
have been turned away, from , the 
Show |or lack of seatlna capdci^, 
so thia^year, they have aecured tha 
large'st Available place. 

The 1924 Sbpw promiaes .td b4 Me. 
moat Borgeeua of all. ' ■ ■^' 


ippR.dUVP COAST 

Tk-MmHn and Elenoce I«b. 

TV- JSaJULer atreet, left Sat«r- 

«{.itt(^dad stay in^ ifthm Or- 

~^ criattres aa4 attend 

Boitft ikatrena ar« pop- 

Mdal actintiaa, and 

._ , Mogi^yfaul.TMSday 

"Ityao^Rv l^ftM oiC tka -"Sx- 

^^^KNP RECftAll 

li^niivO'Neal wilt preaent bar 
iB t&ai> I^»rtll 
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r ^ i Mliii . MartA,l?at. )i|l4 dl 
i:,m»dM tAarcd, Z7tli and 
,4*]^ OMiia ttd bear tbeaa 
Wm* M tha pl^o, ^sfr >rlll 
SifMfc'Oda atl-yedr aid bifliy 
'^'Talf. lam tnlBS to get 
'0I& 'baby ready to do 

t by.'Syticopatiiig 

TCbMWt by t^ 

,(9t|b— iOome <iat 

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l<:for a repi- 

JBatermUi. 

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|il|9% Cibaiel 

ttor» 

pa^Tttt-OiUwr at 

'*M<»li",ad-«B OntMi^b- 

^>1lMK«a aiBe«*B ronr 

!;ailS'H4 akow tb^ 

tr» tr<U in 

iky Mm. Bil- 

Ma^lee Stng- 

.l^.';TINDmiWOOO, PMtor. 

': »1 (^i top ---a aacMtafdl week 
It W«fib|. Ciiiitf. wubjPkiiUps 
'IfL ■.-9Mrcli,.at viueli Ber. 
M ia: ili^. Wugttiat Lew- 
iMlia ^ 'wt«i-«» begin a 
ggt*?^ ^Wadiiaaai y ^ timin. March 
ftt!!^ tta KitoCrMaiTa &i»t Cbnrch. 

tmiWmt^im atnet. n*y. a. w. 

Of. Brooks a^ his 
i «n eo^pamttag witti tlie plana 
r.iaathoda of Bro. Lewis to make 
iinatkad a great akceaaa aa4 Iw a»- 
0OH>panUioti. of ^** tuuf 
Mnda is tba T«rioaa chucbaa, belp 
•Mwd the tidlaga aronad. 


Mrs. Lillian Willis ot RichiaoBd.'Va. 
and New Yoi-k City, former repre- 
sehtatlve ot V. N.J I. A. is .touring the 
eountpy aocompatjyiag Prof. Y. L. 
IiM9hie Lawson of Qold Coast and Si- 
erra Leone, W. A., w&o is 6a a 8pe> 
^al mission ,to Blkck People of these 
iitted Siates of A'B^i'ica, were Eagle 
i:>!iaiiQn.^ff We4n«^day, and th* 
'-%«^lfe1ighte'd tb chat wUh'hU 
r wbo is tbfi best type of his 
cpuntry. , | 
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Owli^ to the pnclement w«alhef 
Tuesday night, ttje Revelation was 
postpoaed till Weidnesday night. Mar. 
12, 1924, at PhUlips Qhapel C. M. E. 
Church, 8 p. m. 3^ characters. Tickula 
2S cents each. j 

Mtss Carrie b| Trent. Directress. 
Mta. A. C. Bllbrew, ChojjUtef* r „ 
•MMte HoV^tt y. Edward?, Vii^isi' 
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The members itt the Birch Street 
Christian Church gave an elaborate 
banquet for telr nastor and wife, Rev. 
afld Mrs. A. W. Jacobs and Rev. Moas 
who has been doing Sunday School 
work here from Nashville, TennM-. 
see. Tbe musical program and mb 
delicious refresbbients were oajoyed 
by all who were fortunate enough to 
be there. 


Do our women wear their ^tothaa 
better than our men?" Compare them 
April 3rd at the big FaahioiyShow. 

NEXT WEEK'S WHATNOTS 

104. What was the Kreedmen's 
Bureau; 

106. Who was Nora Gordon? 
■ 106.; Who was the first Colored 
man whose signature made money ot 
worthles s paper? ',^ ^,^^,11^1. 

Friends of Miss Theo Clark would 
like .to know where she la. stopping in 
Los Angeles. Please phone: If urn' 
bolt 3289-J. V-' 


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One.ofthiinoat beantltiil, and Sim- Mlsa T Clark of Sealtie. 'staiBbiiill 
?;?*»?!!*1?«?. '"IjrttSeMed at the. black negligee with Frfneh t^fittH-. 


Ut. Zioa Baptist 


Saturday 


•JMlWf. BWkraary.Mrd, when Bro- 
ther J<dui Laiigley gava Ua daughter, 
Catnaruia to Mr. Thomaa Smith, in 
boly matriiiiony. Virginia Breashere 
was the flower girl, Mrs. Isabella 
Breashere was brides maid and Mr. 
Jnmea Langley best Jnan. Just about 
alx inbuites pf ei^t .o'clock. Miss Jan- 
If Brown came forward and sang as 
«we«tly as a mocking blrdj the /song 
entitled, "Somewhere a Voice Is Call- 
ing", and at 8 o'clock sharp the wedd- 
ing .marph was played by Miss Guet- 
na KlAg, anfl the bride and groom, 
with the t^idal party matched 1^ ,tA« 
altar, ^ey. P. B. Robinson, fontier pas- 
tor of the Mt. Zton Baptist Church, 
performed the, ceremony. Many useful 
and beautiful presents Were given toi 
the young «ouple byjtfcelr frfends, 
who wish them many aappy jJNira of 
wedded life. They reside at iwi C 
street. \ . .i ' '< 


Little Bobert deJarnette/tbree-year 
old son of Stanley deJafnette, pasaed 
away Tuesday evening, fdUowlog a 
faui attack of aplnal menlngltia^.Tha 
baby's mother pasaed away a month 
ago, after a lingering illness. 


Mrs. Aurelia Williams waa hit by a 
truck last Saturday afternoon. She 
was seriously hurt. 


Mr. Charlie Leiy is seriously IH^at 
Us home on East 11th street wicu 
pneumonia. ' 



Oh! Veu Merry Widowal To tha 
«lralM 0* SMftfOrl^ Jaaz Sartar Mo0- 
day night. Th'irtfj and Main. Dancing 
til 2. - , 


BKBUSWESS 



Two young ladisa 

Dunbar TheiBtre,| 

nue before 6 p. «t, Saturday 


a Ibr uahera. apply 
1007: Central Ave- 


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CARD 


THANKS 


- We find words Inadequate to ex- 
press our' feelingi of gratitude to our 
many friend',' wljo came to us in our 
hours ot'bereavetoient and expressed 
their sympatbtesj in so many beauti- 
ful ways.. |Aaide from the expressions 
and ' courtwies. in general, we deuire 
to expreaa^ our apjpreciations in an es- 
pecial way totour associate Undertak-. 
era, vis.: A. J. Rioberts & Sons. Con- 
ner A JolUtBOa, W- A. Kvwn, Rupay 
Cd, alao tho80 who placed their can 
at our services In the persons of 
Maanv. A. i. ^oqerts A.Sbns, Conner 
& Johnson, yr. A. Brown ft Son, Ru- 
pay Co., Tearl Oarage. Jonea- Oi i a ge, 
Scott Kinney, William Hutman and 
Or. Shields of Douglas Temple. Also 
the officers'. Dixon and Heffher, who 
took ,sach excellent care of the traf- 

«c- - I 

Again let us tijank each and every 
one for their expressions. ' 

MRS. GRANT SMTTH, Widow. 

MR. R. H. ^ITH, Brother. 

MRS. CARRIE! SMITH, Sis.-in-Law. 

MRS. MARIE $URNS, Si8.-in-Law. 


Information has reached The Cali- 
fornia RagiB that a legally authoried 
Building and Loan Association has 
been formed and chartered by the 
Siate of Callfornit. It is sponaerM^ 
a group of local business and; pro^- 
sionai men whose Support should 
mean its immediate success. 

Such a Building and Loan Associa- 
tion has been our local need for the 
past few years. The Upited Statu 
Government through its Housing: CoS- 
^isalAi after two yimfs inVestlgatiaa, 
stated that the only solutloa. ot the 
housing problem ^eemed to be thra 
the local Bailing and Loaq Assfksw 
tion plan. 

Thid plan bad its origin over a cent- 1 
tiry agp in Scotland. Today, in - this 
country there are ove> IQ.OOO Associa- 
tions with more than 6,000,000 . mem-' 
bers. Many of ^ur own people have re- 
ceived their start in life through the 
Building and Loan Plan. 

The Object of these associations ts 
to encourage systematic savings jind 
to help finance home building and 
home owning among its raembers- - 

The rain beginning on last Saturday 
night and lasting throughout Sunday 
in Monrovia, 'was one of God's moat 
choicest blessings to the people of 
this city and siirronnding'Tuommuul- 
tles. . 

Mr. aild Mrs. Satterfleld recently 
here from 'Richraoud, Indiana, have 
bought a very fine piece ot property 
on South California St. 

Mr. J. A. W. \Pi8her one of . Mon- 
rovia's colored pioneers, has return- 
ed to this city after four years' so- 
journ in the Imperial 'Valley.: Mr. 
Fisher owns quite a bit of valuable 
property in this progreBsIve' city. 
•The young people ot the Verick 
__ Christian Endeavor of the Zion Meth- 
odist Church, took a hike to Monrovia 


This has been a s^easAn: of beant^ful 
social affairs but none baa been more 
beautiful or deligtful than the lun^ 
eheon given by Mrs. Leon Wilson at 
her palatial residence, 1156 S. Nor- 
mandie Ave., Saturday, March 1st. 
Thirty-seven clyinnlngly gowned la- 
dles were seated at S tables arranged 
In he living. room. A beautiful cen- 
terpiece of choice Spring flowers 
graced 'each table and places were 
jnaAedy by ' dainty hapd-otade carda 
and corsages ot voileU -md Jonquils. 
Mr. Leon Wilson, whose ability as a 
chef needs no comment prepared the 
following menu.: 

Tomato and sardine relish;' Fish in 
ram ik tns' with mushroom sauce; 
Brown bread sandwiches; Hires root 
bcier; Roast turkey with dressing; 
white p4>tatoea; new peas In ^ream; 
Hot rolls; Brandied peaches! Can- 
dies; Salted Almonds; Pineapple a»^ 
pect with boiled dressing crackers; 
French Vanilla Ice Cream, Apricot 
aauce; Black coffee cognae, ^ 

The foUowtng guests were present: 
Mesdames Mary Washington: Eu- 
gene . Nelson: Fannie Robinson; W. 
M. Cooper; J. W. White; Reid-WIl- 
lUms; Van Williams: O. W. Wick- 
liffe; B. A. Jordan; Louis Blodgett; 
H. B. Skanks; E. Atkinson; O. Bo*- 
0oin; A. C. Garrott; S. S. Turner; W. 
H. Joyce; A. Hill; Leroy Bamett; J. 
T.ITraylor; J. Bate; W. Lane;, C A. 
Jones; C. J. Mason; L. Holt; Rosa 
Barefleld; W. H. Bacon; Katherine 
Barr; Cloe Courtney: J. M. Scott; N. 
Greenlee; Rosa Andrews; J. H. Shack- 
elford; Chaa. Lewis; Dr. Vada Som- 
jervUle and ^s Liszie Patterson. . 


Mn. W Lewis, pink aatia^u 
lace of hand made trait; MS^, 
ner of Chicago, black.'ttltgjputaaitlfMffU' 
gee heavily embntid^ed In oIA.tcm; 
Mrs. R. Utterbaclh also of OkScago. 
peach negUgee trimmed -witb^'^irlUwla 
of lace ana hand made fruit Oftw*, 
guests were Mesdames Celeate Ben- 
nette. Apricot negligee trimmed witb 
fruit, Jeanette Howard tnrquoia blue 
crepe negligee beautifully embroid- 
ered and cprded : L4ura Bragg, king's 
blue, mandarin suit embroidered in 
rose and blue and trimmed with silk 
lace; A. E. %<diey, ashes-^of rcise* 
negligee of georgette trimmed in filet 
lace; Clai^ .WQliama' bl^k dtartbuesa 
negligee .trimmed with ermine- tails; 
I. Donaldson, pink ;and blue, .man- 
darin Kuit^f Charmofese; H. P. Clark, 
chaiigeable tafteta'^ ^ negligee with 
Fri^nc]^ flowers. ;: . 


NOTICE FRIENDS "■' 

I wish to make, known my>.than|(f^tA; 
Go9^£oi being able to be up and out 
again. ' rii- ' ^ •')',• ^A*^' 

I also wish td' Mctend n^.sl^ccjr* 
gratitude to those wfco called^- itttjtK 
istered, and added to'iny' cojntord dur- 
ing my Illness, v ■ • " 
) Yours veiy truly, * . v 
~ D. T. Slaughter; ■ ^ > ' ■■ j . ^ 
(A blind brothfer;) : ! ; ^.:; 

Mrs. E. E. Lightener o( 1127 E 34tb 
Street proved lierself' a^ charmiag, hos- 
tess Indeed ,wtken' she i had ita. her 
guests the ^iisy Motliprs. Club' at 
their last regular Oionthly meeting. 
Mrs. W. M. Terry gave a very inter- 
esting talk on Child Welfare. A pleas- 
ing and entertaining progrun Was 
rendered by the children. After par- 
taking of the daiaty .refrealunents, 
the club adjourned to meet Sunday. 
March 9th with Mrs. D. W. Pollock, 
at 1471 W. 36th street , 



Combine businesa and pfcasurc— 
See the display of our Tailors, Millin- 
ers and OH-essmakers, at the big 
Spring Fashion Show, April 3rd at 
Philharmonic. 


Big Daf At Sojourner 


graced the tumblers and flowers, that 

.. „, .„.,» „ „.„.„ i„ «„«»„,„ completely covered th^ table leaving 

Canyon last Saturday and fronii'tha*: *• '^■'^ possible space for the ex 


WOMEN! wbMENI WOMEN! 

Women's Day jat Phillip's Chapel 
C. M. E. ChnrclJ. 1406 Newton St., 
Sunday. March IJSth. 

Miss Veola Oirnen Brown. ' the 
Girl EvangeMt 4bo has recently fin- 
ished a Theologi^l coarse at Wilber- 
force University^ill preach at 11 A. 
M. Mrs. Naomi jPharr. at this hour. 

At 3 p. m. all dothers of the various 
churches are asked to come out and 
worship. The nieetiitg win be turn- 
ed over to yott, jCome-one^ come all 
•ad tot's have a^ old time Jubilee. 


to the falls. They were chaperotied 
•by Mmes. Reed, Tillman and AdMBS. 
All reported haTing a ^g«Md time -ex- 
cept the chaperons, who, ot course 
much younger (?) than their charges 
returned long faced, limping, foot- 
sore and weary. They were compell- 
ed to stop on the way and call a taxi 
t obring them home, where they found 
the linknent bottle, rubbed their rtore 
and tired limbs and went to hed. The 
young people silently aald, "Weigni 


Mr. Ralph Porter, ihterior decora- 
tor and Manager of te New Quality 
Cafe entertained Friday, Washing- 
ton's birthday with an lelaborately ap- 
pointed 7-«Mtrse dinner in the Blue 
Room of the Quality Cafe, honoring 
h^hirhdl^ of Miss Gerrtude Chrisman 
and her hous'e-gues, Mrs. R. ' Kobin- 
800 of Omaha, Nebraska. 

Words are inadequate io Jcscrlbo 
thji richness and beauty of the table 
over which Hung "an oVal-shaped can- 
opy artistically coverejd with fancy 
cut pink crepe paper and real Cherry 
blossoms; in the four circular cor- 
ners of the cinopy were golden comu- 
cbpia baskets: filled with fresh flow- 
ers. In the center of the table stood 
a tall. golden basket, filled to over- 
flowing with pink canjations; I cherry 
bl68soms; lilies of the valley; hya- 
cnths; ciecil brunner roses; maiden 
hair fern and pink tullja, that reached 
from the center ot the [canopy to each 
hand-painted place card below. Favors 
•f every description marked places 
tor eighteen including Easter bonnets 
and corsages for the .ladies; ' bright 
colored ■ hats ,and bouttoniers for the 
men. Little butterflies beautifully 


The Sojourner Truth Club meeting 
Monday afternoon, March 2nd was in- 
deed Interesting, and of vital impor- 
tance. After a short rutine of business 
by the club, there was a Rebate; Re- 
.solved That it Is Not Expedient For 
The Negro to Remain ^olid Repiibli 
can. Mrs. C. A. BafTs. the affirmative. 
Mrs. J. G. Gordon, the negative. Each 
was well prepared to defend her side 
A large aydience anxiously waited- for 
the decision of the Judges. Mrs. A. D. 
Wilson, Mrs. Ausbery and Mr«. Dr. 
Ehnma Robinsion. After a short delib- 
eration they decided, not from oratory 
but pionta only, fn tavor ot the afllr- 
mative. The president.' Mrs. Lula 
Slaughter, had copies of the. new city 
f^fSfiet for disposal, that the ladies 
may prepare for the coming session. 
The domesUc stfience chairman, Mrs. 
Madge Kelly served delicious salad 
and tea, wl^ ne^ proceeds for that de- 
partment. 

Don't be afraiU^ boys. We're harm> 
leas If It is teap year. Merry Widows. 
Third and Main, Eaiiter Monday rright 
Suaoyland Jan. 


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""Old Furniture Made New^ il 
BASEMAN'S CABINET SHOP 

lUpaiir^. ftafaJ Amg, U phobfri,, «ad M«de to Qrdm. 
W* bmIw cfverytiiiac im the Fm^fcore Um. 
Pint Claai CupcatM- WmIc. 
L. 1>. BATEMAN. Pk«^, !: 

1310 NEWTONrSTREET HUMBOLT 4109.W 


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Watch for oui' ^ >»iill{f[^ ^pvAtn 
painted by our o««%rltrtwk-4igr April 
3rd Faahion Show. 



fttlslte h««)i ot mint t^nd salted nuta. 
ibe room -vas ditnly lighted with four 
nttia periikwlnkle shaded lamps that 
cast aUtujnc-^abadows on the beauti- 
ful eveaittr 'gowns of Ihe ladies and 
the black and white fbrmal atOre of 
the men. , ' I, , , ; 

The aarty included' i>r. and Mrei. J. 

A.'9om«mil«; Dr. and Mrs. Eugene 

4;,yN$UM|: 1^88 Oer^de Chrisman; 

IMdaineglliaamBrBggJand Davidson; 

(Hon. and Uri. Pred'M. Roberts; Mr. 



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^j^YBNl^CS BY APPOINTMENT o 

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were «iii«tly aarfl«#«i 
..}«( at U a. n. la tha |ren«ed 

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At 7:i9 P. M. 

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M. B. 
IPtophecy. 
Mug at.thia he _ 
Itfty- votMs uM 
Mr*. A, C. Hi 
thrOngboBt the 
Alt a recent 
C^Btomia 


. wonderfnl program 

fMtitring yroailnaot 

•mOBg thato. Mn. 

,«rill gtv* •^Olutfih 

Xdaes SiMra; Im 

AlUm'9 Cbogat 

. th«A-tAir«etUilL 

BtUMmr i<»itr 

^y. ; . ; ^ ■ ';■. '/ 

d meetiag ot the 

.tlon of ; Women's 

CMba (wUt4> ttj was decided: "Ti^ 

'While kMrd meiibera as indtVUHuda 

dw at Hbacty td take pwrt lit «6Utt 

cal and othar elMapaigiui, that ia 

.Mb( thM« aMittbwa .anat 

ai|B* ot the ISMdmfoa tm 

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they will stop trying to keea np wJOi IS* **"• German Dayijs-; b6. ffoah D. 
us after this f" -.■'.j Thompson; Attorn^ ^"Orasty; - Mr. 

We understand that aomebody Is .K*lPl« Porter and Dr; and Mrs. Eu- 
"gum-shoeing" around In Monrovia *^"® Johnson, 
slyly iBQUlring of the colored people 
aa to thatr-aqlMtiJb^SIlKtloii and use 
tt!i« Miaiii «tl)wi<hai^T» them as 

BO>rl(Mgo,oJt tt|B pafsOtts 
__^;<lMreTiiSad.t Hmt, are 
, '%>■[«« tha- ImprMBlak ibat 
Owy Ib* -t^oKevnea or womoa 'tor 
Mottr«i«ia,i«ji4 It.8««ma tk«y,«r«.lMil- 
ing.soate iof the people In XJ(i»<iU«»- 
laa. The Ofro-Amerlcaa Leagoe aad 
OooUdge club repreaeot the Colored 
9Mlile.ot Monrovia. 
; >tee eerv^ffp at ,hotb ehnyelMCiaaii- 
Wr- The wi|»aier was iaclemeat but 
'VI/t^fmomiM i^ttandad the meettaga. 


'«ALE: Apar^at^oMii; to 
ch«apf ' c^ sum Om^ 


READ TI^IJUa^iVEim^Er 

ad;^tak of tito QMortuttgr! .K- 
•am tra^4a a ]^aw town gite.- Prie* 
^M: H*M dowhf 9tM vtt ivosth. 


One of tiie most heabtiful affairs ot 
(jie aeaaos was the nei^Ilgee party giv- 
en by Mra. H. P. Cliutk at tte MMeAtt 
Mra. E. Bennette in jhoi^ Mytm. 
Hannah IkirtWr. yrs. Ray Utterhach. 
of Chicago, aM Mrs. y. H. Robinson, 
Of Omaha. A dainty luncheon was 
aerred after, which the guetfU were 
engaged in playing cards. The' flrsl 
prtee being awarded Mlrs. A. J, Booker 
and the second to Mrk Laura Bragg, 
third Mli|» Aleurl Brawley; . guest 
priae, Mrt. Rur Uttofbatii. 

<Oorg«o«s nigligeea I were worn by 
thd hidtea as CbUows: Mra. A. J. Book- 
eri'^f Des Mtfijiea, PijuQci charmuese 
'AOgligae: Mrs. W. "H. Robihson of 
Oiaaha^ Impoitfid CUaeao ktiiiona of 
baby bloo •mbroideMd' U COU and a^- 
TSf. jfcK T. Oeff or Oaveiand, oU rose 

toiia. lays iiipaitsil :«ra»a Hit^&Se. 
j wft^ flowias Hotrii ot foorgotte: 


By William Nareisaa, 1 
£.88 tFriday Captain Tommy Myles 
led^^hia Rbouevelt Hig aggregation of 
traiCjqterE against Franklin. Nyles 
won hoth the century and the furlong. 
HeJnegOtiated the former In 10 2-5 
saconds. which shows .that he is com- 
ing Into his own again. Shivers, In- 
defatigable a^ete ot the 7Rpugh- 
Riders", placed second in -the ' 100- 
yard dash, second In the broad Jump, 
and first in the 440. \ | 

Jefferson was.^nt home from L. A. 
High. Friday, on the short end of- a 
84-89 score. Woodyar^. , Democrat 
flash came ,through'.a8 expected, by 
winnlQi( the 100 and 220 yard 4ashee. 
"Sparkle" Williams took aeooitd in 
both of the above, liaces. Harriscm. 
won the '440. and Levy! placed third la 
the 220 yard dash. Smith of L. A. Ued 
for third place in the high jump. The 
relay should have beeb won by Jeff, hi \ 
b8£>by aome change In [the order, they 
«erft.b«aten by thirty lyarda. A relay 



team is composed of jelght 
of J~eif ^a.we colored Ifda. 

U. S. C NOTES /; 


By Lloyd C. arlfRtfir 


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The Negro students of me U. S. C. 
are lamenting th^ pre-determined loas 
of the coming June grMqates. 

Bryce Taylor, the a^I star athlete. 
Is trifling with world cham'ptohshlp 
records^in the 100 yard daah and 3S0 
jnard dasA. / 

The BelMg Lettnte Club la prepar- 
ing "big tUnga^ for the comins o^- 
toriqtl ctmteat betw^n Ugh stflMi 
repreaeatitiavlea of fai^nale 

F^tKeffT-HNIeely furtiij 
ream for rent'' betweer 
SaivPiMlra Oa/llne. (69 E 
Phona M97S. 

Laa:-yiAd^~:^AK.., 

Rl^it. twifs^Ml: MSf, Arian H« 

aad pain, ••nefll day minor^. 


IsGNSia 4RE YOU GOING TO BE A 
StAVE TO THE LANDLORD? 

SU THE 

PSIENTCO. 

- /TARE ArLOOK AT THESE 

Best/Snap m town— A fiVe-room "house (Calif, style) all 
dolled up; down payment $500.C0, total $3500.00, 
can't beat it-— lot 40x120— So hurry. ■ 

A large house of eightj^ooms on East 20th St., 
Central Ave. ; two baths akiM two toilets, only $2000 
L^ge lot 45x145. T J 

If you Want something that's in a fine neighborhood, 
thats different from the rest— we have it! Six-room 
modem Bungalow, three hardwood floors, two bed rooms, 
hardwood floor den and 41 swell dining room. East 67th 
St., Price ?7600.00. 

Income property, we liave it, two hooses 6-room ancf - 
kitchenette and one foiit*-room modem bungalow in the ' ' 
rear bring ^Id.OO per month; $2500 cash, total $7600. i J I 
. One five-room house (plastered nicely) on 35th Stl^^'X 
near Central Ave. Garage, cellar, fire place ; f 160^0 ' ' 
Cash-^it's a anap. ^^. .^ ^« 

One 9-ro^m house in Watts i$2600.00 total; $500.0A J : 

dnm. Lot 50x120. Raise all the chickens you want: •', ', 

Balance $26.00 per month. ^ . .1 , . 

Another snap in Watts, one ^ve-rooin house (slaster- < ^ 

ed) for ^00.00 down. Total f2500.00 ; bal. $2Q p&mo. ' \i 

pordite. ' ^ , , 

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UNITY FINANCE 
GIVE SPREAD 


By: EMMA LU 


About fifty business men and wo- 
men responded to the complime'ntary 
invitations of thp I'nlty Finance 
Company. Wednesday evening at the 
Quality Cafe on East 12tli street. The 
affair was given In the form ot^ a 
magniQcient banquet, by the directors 
Of the, I'nity Finance, who &rfi: Dr. 
Eujtene C. Xelson, President; Elijah 
Cooper. Vice-Pres.: Dr. Alva C. Gar- 
rott. 2nd Vice-Pres.; Charles E. Pearl. 
Secretary: S. B. W. May, Treasurer; 
. Eugene Johnson; Thaddeus J. W^ns- 
" ton; Emery V. Grain; PmI R. Wil- 
liams; Frederick M. RoMBta; Dr. E. 
B. Liddell; Dr. H. Claude^Iudson; C. 
W. Brooks; . Sim Johnson, and B. F. 
' Spikea. ; 

The purpose of the gathering was 
to acquaint prospective stockholders, 
with the aims and all data pertaining 
to the Unity Finance Company, as to 
its surety; its soundnesi^; its^ fidelity 
and its management, i 

Mr. Wallace Clark, 'well-known tax 
assessor and an expert in his line. 
will be manager of the oan Depart- 
. ment. 

The Unity Finance Company is or- 
ganizud under the laws of the state 
of California, with an authorized 
Capital Stock of $200,000. divided in- 
to $100,000 IC^r Cuinulative Preferred 
Stock and $100,000 cf Common Stock, 
both classes of stock having a par 
value of $10.00 per share. 

The Preferred Stock is preferred 
as to assets and earnings of t<he Com- 
pany and participate equally with 
the Common Stock in III net eamiogs' 
in excess' of JP% required for Pre- 
ferred dividend. 

Nor win the Unity Finance charge 
over the legal rate of interest but will 
loan^^nwaey at the leg^J fate to all 
worThyoorrowers who have no other 
banking connections. This loan is 
then paid back by the borrowers in 
ten monthly payments and as pay- 
ments are made, this money is avail- 
able to reloan. 

The Unity Finance Company is es- 
oentially co-operative, affording an op- 
portunity for the man of moderate 
means to secure cacommodation not 
otherwise available, without making 
unnecessary sacrifices and offers In- 
vestment opportunities for investmeut 
of funds where security and substan- 
tial dividends are desirable. 

Dr. Nelson was CbairmAn of the 
program and after a few bfief words 
da to the development of Ihe Com- 
pany, be introduced Mr. Clark, the 
Loan Manager of the Company. Mr. 
Clark said in conclusion: "A Com- 
pany of this kind is much needed by 
ounr group, for we have more diffi- 
culty to 'borrow money than any oth- 
er group of people. This is a safe 
! proposition and if. after a year's time 
we can show our ability, we will have 
a Savings Bank and then do the 
things that we should have done 
maay years ago." 

Time would not permit all of the 
directors to speak but enthusiasm 
*raa voiced by Hon. Frederick M^ 
Rob«rU and Dr. Alva C. Oarrott. 
f. Then the entire reception became a 
- * aebool room; a black bAord 'vas 
'pfodnced and Mr. Pranke. the man 
who te organlxing these Iwn com- 
pMile* all over the Country was form- 
any Introduced by Dr. Nelaon and 
tlio«« assembled had explained to 
them thoroughly everything • about 
the company and questions aiMwered 
to their entire satisfaction. Mr. Dono- 
I hn* and Mr. Hailey asalated Mr. 

ftanke. 
'« The TTnttx Tlnanctf Comp«nr- etn 
loan money en evvryttaing of vsln«. 


Xhose present were: Mcsdames A. 
Comom; Jas. P. Bri.tton; Arthur 
Thomas; Ida B. ' Jefferson; A. C. 
Richardson; Emma Lue Sayers; E. 
A. Hawkins; Grace Winston; M. W^. 
Lewis: A. B. McClenahan; C. R. Ran- 
som; E. B. Liddell; J. Robinson; Os 
wuld Creuzot; J. R. Hudson; Elijah 
Cooper; C. A. HiU-Clayborne; O. C. 
Spears: Ellis S. Cook.l B. D. Moore; 
James H. Oarfott and C. Roan. 

Messrs. O. , S. Weslt; Emery V. 
Crain; Thaddeus J. Wiinston; Paul R. 
Williams; Capt. Jas. P. Brattou! Z. 
P. Taylor; NoahD. Tljiompson; Ellis 
W. Warren; E. A. Hiiwkini; C. W. 
Winston; John B. Bryant: C. R. Han- 
som; Dr. fe. B. Liddeilj J. Robinsonj 
Oswald Creuzot; P. ft. Smallwood; 
Roy L. Loggins; W. H. Terry;. Wil- 
liam Bowers; E. S. ijtagland Dr. J. 
R. Hudson; Dr. J. Si Outlaw; Dr. 
Geo. Taylo?; Ellis S. ij^ok; 1. Robin- 
son: S. B. W. May; C. :W. Brooks ;< B. 
D. Moore; James H. Oarrott anid Dr. 
Alva C. Garrptt. 

WOMAlf SEEis LOST 
HUSBAJiD 



Pipes was to 


Mrs. 


On February 12th Mrs. Effle Pipes 
parted from her husbaiid Alfred Pipes 
when she left St. Lon|s, Mo., for Lbs 
Angeles, Calif., where 
follow in two days. 

According to arrangement 
Pipes met the train ujpon "which she 
expected her husband,! but he did not 
appear. Thinking that! possibly some- 
thing untorseen had l^appened which 
delayed his coming she continued to 
meet trains for nearly two Weeks, but 
up until this writing nothing has been 
seen of Pipes. ( 

. The Travelers Aid j Society, which 
has interested itself m trying to lo- 
cate Pipes,* speaks of ){rs. Pipes as 
beipg-a well educdted'^ and highly re- 
fined Uady. Anyone knowing the pres- 
ent location of Mr. Plt)e8 will greatly 
oblige Mrs. Pipes by 
with her at 13S9 E 
city. 


communicating 
llSth street, this 


AMONG MUilCIANS 


By: JOHN A 


GRAY 


Many of the.dlsap rabttiments that 
parents experience in '^~tbe develop- 
ment of their children. could be avoid- 
ed if they wonld use iireventive meas- 
ures in tlme> For insuince, ambitious 
parents will deprive themselves of 
many necessities and make untold 
sacrlflces' in order to give their chil- 
dren an education. TttXi greatest 


taclnding diamonds, first mogrtc*!*** bope Is to be Able to see them blbs- 


. tmst dMds. Bach horreww 

^oinaf bare three endorMre, witb ^fU 
to Uabla (or the moonr. it th« bor- 
i*ww doas net pay the borrowed mm. 


sont tnttinto sraat aien and women. 
Varf ofteft thfy at«.ia41y dlwppoint' 
fld when these nbvi 'pJUldMo, for 
whom they hare saS« m lo lone and 




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THE OUTCAST'S DAU6HT 

^T THE INDEPEf<DENT CHURCH 

NEXT TUESDAY EVf., MAR. jstlr^ 


Mrs. G. A.. Beavers, Jr., Dir. 


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(A Scene From "The Outcast/^ Daughter") 
FORGIVE ME, MY buiLD, FOR GO^'S' SAKE, FORGIVE ME. 


have sacrificed so much, fail to use 
their 'knowledge and training in the 
propeif manner. Is the child at fault 
or the parent? Without attempting to 
discusts this question we shall merely 
state history shows thbt the greatest 


interested in his development, you 
mugt be' able to converse intelligently 
on the subjects being studied. Show a 
lively interest in the pieces he is 
learning. Read alMiut better music 
and go to eaf the^reat artists. Broad- 


en tind women were those whose! en yoitr own vi^on and appreciation 


paths I through life were strewn with 
obstacles. The child wbo has every- 
thing iglven to It is handicapped fromi 


the start. We mean that in the matten is absolutely Necessary in the develop- 


of editcation, a certain amount of sac-f 
riSce ' and labor on the part of the, 
child [Should be required before cer- 
tain favors are granted. 

It 1^ much better for a young, man 
or women to work all summer, in or- 
der t^ be able to go to school next 
wintej, than it is for them to Idat all 
summer and expect father and mother 
to flnjance them next winter, (t is 
muchjbetter for the child u all' pleas- 
ure and good things are given on the 
condition that lessons are good. If the 
school report shows that littlej study 
has been done, then pleasure anjd gifts 
should be denied. If the music tessona 
Are niot properly practiced, then the 
8ame>(orm of pttnlshment should jtie 
administered. This training shojttld 
start very early in life, as son as'ther 
little ones know enough to understand 
wpat is said to them. It is too lAte to 
stjart after they have devrioped bad 
habits and learned to disob<^. No 
work I child is too good nor /ioo pre- 
cious! to work tor his own advance-, 
ment.' And if the child is not wllllns 
to work tor the l^saans of any kind.- 
why inraste monay on hm, Oire btheh 
help -to the ambifiou« child, b«t Uttie 
to oi|^ whose only deslr^' tn Ufe deams 
to he Ifor a good time. ' 

Oni' groat mistake that aaarly aU 
paranjta make is the taUut* tb kMp 
abreafel of th etimea ttaanutivw. To 
prove . to the student that yen are 


and show a niArked preference for 
better things. Wu this way you jwill be 
fcreating atmoiipherej and atmosphere 


inent of the' arts! If yout home is a 
Tiace of ja^y nxuatc. /jazzy people and 
jazzy literature, you niuse not expect 
that the student will be encouraged to' 
studyhigfaer things. Do not plant one 
kind o^ seed and expect to harvest 
another kind of - crop. Many disap- 
pblntoie&ts can be avoided If atten- 
tion |8 given to the above suggestions. 



GANIZATIONTO 
TO SUPPRESS USE 
OF NARCOTICS. 


ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING 
HELD AT Y. M. C A. 
•n?ESD A3CEV ENING ^ 

OR. H. |0. PBOwb . CHOSBN TO 


HKAb 


Tf^e 


OROANIZATION 


./:*vH'-'p:.'-- .'ii- 


pia Viiax M«»tlac by Dr. Prowd at 
to T. M. C. A. Uat Tueaday si«ht, was 
a greU a&A snr^latDv . sucoeaa ia 
potftt «( Chj» iM«0 

vvnutm. Mttmaii, KBd t)i« 
oaafliatea by vU.. 



Dr. Prowd gace as the reason for 
calling the meeting, the increasing 
use of habit-tormi^g Narcotics — Opi- 
um, Morphine, Cocaine and Heroin, 
and their deadly effects. 

He said that as the great drive by 
The International Narcotic Education 
Association, is now on, he went in 
person and solicited co-operation in 
forming a branch work with the par- 
ent body, against the common enemy. 
Captain Richmond Hobson having re- 
ceived the proposal favorably, at once 
promised to come and speak at a 
meeting with t(ie view of entering 
upon the work Jointly. 

Mr. Hobson was on hand about 8:40 
o'clock and - dllirered a most telling 
address. From the outset till the 
close he held the large audience spell- 
bound, and the people were, most cor- 
dial and appreciative in the remarks 
that followed. • h:3 

Several took partf in ronailcs, 

among whom were: -'Mr. Noah D. 

Thompson, Rev. J. D. Gordon, Mrs. 

C. A. Bass of the California Eagle. 

Rev. T. L. Griffith. Rev. W. R. Carter 

and others. « '--.•• ,-j 

• .e • ^_' 1,. ».. .t>.. 

After distribution of Nareotlc lit- 
erature and membership cards, an or- 
ganization was formed to work as a 
branch in conjtiaction with the pan 
ent Association. Dr. Prowd was 
elected President: Prof* T. A. Greene, 
Secretary and Mr. Noah O. Thomp- 
son, -Treasurer. Sevond Dollaa-aab> 
scriptions were paid 1b aad the sHtptr 
in« came to a close 'by slnglac th* 
Dozelogy. 


of 


eUGENE EDGAR RA^E. 

^Eugene Edgar PitgOt 'te abhor 
''Thinking," "Sacramento" «iid other 
Unpublished, compositions, ranging 
from the popular to the larger form 
of class composltiobs, jwils from Sac- 
ramento and is a Natjve>(5o<i of Cali- 
fornia. ■ 

A letter from Cart BrohspU, Mpslc 
Critic for the Los Angoies. Herald to 
Mr. Page, reads: -' , 

"\ have looked o*er the works of 
Eugene Edgar Page •Sd have touBd 
them uniformly origlntil and wllh 
philosophical, trend jjfhich. realjy 
lends itself easily to. his inelodies, 
flrincing much natij^nal ^ability.'." 

Mr. Pitge's popular song, "Th^nking^' 
will be>teatur«d iat pAe of ;tlie famoas 
Grauman Theaters jn'ther o.ear future. 



▲n kMamr Boar4 will ba . 
at the :«ap. xA Dr. fce«4 aM 4k* 
woTic wlU lb fomrdvitBtiiFliit ' 4I> 
nctieiB.' 


"OEEOl^^ 

This is not a 
meeting of thei.' 


St WdRPS" 
ated report of the 
^^tional jQ^atention' 
of the Lincoln League tiff'ii^ ha^ not 
intended to jpaic^ any; .attempt to 
write it up uncL^to-. rilum TjO^ An- 
geles. Howeven~^S« .have iSten "una- 
voidably detain'eifibtfbr days flv«r. our 
schedule in the city of Chic^o, an^ 
have decided Xit "have The ISagle-a^ad'- 
ers from thte.jjj^ance^ fbll a"i?^unt 
of thla raemoNf 
occasion 


Jose, jfrom Madison, Wisconsin; these ' 
a[foujr en<co|apasslng the boundless Um-- 
'n^ of the activitie.s of. tbe Unceba 
•League. 

It was «ood to get th^se representa- 
■tiveS:togetber, it was practical d<sm-. 
-onstrktion that this huge and kr:^ 
eontiaeent cf Americans was not ta^ 
sit l^y by and whine: but they wei« 
wiltii^ to bring their fortes together 
and -tio demand the recognlUoi^ doe. 
BA^K TRADERS TAKFTO .THE >-^^ 
^ TALL TIMBERS "; 

SHOJ^^urse -any forwsfrd moveriipflt; ; 
'has if«i «nvious and malicious critics." - 
The LitTc'^ln -Lftague i» no excepCl<^^ 
imt fbe showing made, as -welt as Uie^" 
outstanding accomplishmeats, shut up 
their mouths like^ a clam W-oA ebagria 
was their portiorfy for Uiis session of 
the Lincoln Leagije. Roll. call also de- ' 
v'elopcd that men and women of all 
walks of life had come to jpin in with 
their presence and ad\-nce to hejp the • 
Ola Ship of State on its way. V- .« .> ■ ■ 

, PROMINENT PERSONS' "" 
.Mrs. John Fleming, of Clerdaad. 
was one of the prominent figures of 
the convention and made her pres- 
ence felt a^ •well as" Miss Jeaaette 
Carter of Washington, D'. C. Major 
Johff-R. Reynolds, veritable states- 
man, was on band at all sessions. 
Other prominent persons were: Char- 
ly Cottrell of Ohio. Jerry Blunt and 
Wm. Jose of Michigan. H. Henry of ' 
Penn, Milton Ckisolra of Washington, 
D. C. Ben Davis 'of Atlanta. H. A. 
Boyd of Xashvill.' Tenn.. J. L. Wind- 
ham cf Alabama. W. L. Starks of Tex- 
as. C. H. Caloway, Mo.. W. G. Hnes- 
ton of Garey. Indiana. "Col. Henry 
Lincoln Johnson of Georgia, Perry 
Howard. Miss.. Robert Church • of 
Mephts, W'altCT Cohenn of Louisikna, 
J. Finley Wilson of Washington, D. C, 
and* others too numerous to meption. 
CALIFORNIA RECOGNIZED ■ 
The delegate from California came 
in Tor quite a prominent ^ lace in the 
organization. 8er\-lng on . Committee 
on A.ddres8 to Country and on special 
Committee to wail on National Com- - 
mitteenan Adams^ The . repres«»ta- "*. 
tiOn fr^m California was dujy electe* -' " 
to suci:^ed himself as National Com- - 
mittt^eeiitan from California. 

Jf tw^o dnj's session replete with 
honest -endeavor for recognitioB and 
to gain the lost prestige of the raoe \ 
in our )>ody politic wr.8 a huge eoc-^ 
'CesS. >nd the Jorces standing for real 
and lastihg progress feel as never hk- 
fore that orgaiQzation along %\\ 
of effort is worth while. 




/.' 


v'iV 


The rancoltt" 1L^«WB V 


^d ijistbr)r. tealing 
♦ 
g& that It 
represents itself to l>e. A-nd .ts'the on- 
ly line of political endeeTor for the. A- 
merican Negro. ;■. -'; • ' • ^ _ 

It^ shibboleth is. politics and its ac- 
cotttplishments have been varied and 
many. Therefore, the meeting just 
concluded in this city, has but accen- 
tuated its effort to gain recognition 
and consideration in the l>ody politic 
of the nation. 


T(H]NG WiNMEN OiU 


"i^ 


Fletcher 


/ 


THE CLj|kNS GATHER 


.We arrived in Chicago .Taesda^. 
February 12th. After being boused at 
the spacious Vincennes Hotel, wa 
Journeyed to the big Bethel Anditori- 
um at which place the sessions of the 
Iieague w«r« to be held. Promptly jt 
Vt o'clock PiiMdent Roeoee SIMbms 
caU«l tite great gatheriac 
It, Anaived oa loB caU that 
^jKlKMi *njra vrMeat froa 
•I^^M-^kttaaMa ttiim.Jii»%m 
en tkia fveUa Oe«n>|M tta« navi- 





At Iho residence of Mrs. 
Smith on Sierra. Bonita St. 
on last Friday aftemeon. a group of 
young Misses gathered for the pnr- 
ppse of. organising a chapter of the 
World Wide G*/AA. 'They were very 
enthusiastic for a Young Women's 
Mission Society as. was manifested as 
each accepted the voluntary pledge: 
"4 hereby pronfise to engage actively 
itf^ll work. pf*the Guild, to attend iU . 
meetings regn&riy it peosible, to pray • 
daily and defiaitely for world wida 
missions, and give a ideflnite amount 
to 'the missionary apportionments of 
my church." . 

The followlngN>flleerB were dectad: 
President. Coralee Haskinrf; Ylca- 
Pros., Roth HurUc:\Rec Satfy^ Oaae- 
va Stocks: Oor. Secyt, Eualee Wlad- 
sore; Treasurer. Francfs Bnrc^: Savt,. 
Mrs. J. Harrison: AArisor. Mta. 
Zephyr Oroaer. j ;\ 


Mrs. S. 4)l flttoMW. Olncter<<^^»'^ 

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MKW HOfK BA^Timr CHURCH 
Mmm At Mar l«th. 

' lk«v. A. Uv«ly, Pavter 


f 


iffeliHI'Irlin were the aerriees S«b- 
«lfcy JUBraleg March Mh, that alx per- 
MMe coaliected, tbeiii8«lTM><evUh the 
•hiirtfl. A woBderM aavUtba on "Dsv- 
M aad Oollatk" was rendered by 
vaster. The lotoUt was Mr. A 
ian. the Anthem was "I w 11 extol 
Thee". Aftvraoen servMea wer** ^"M 
■Mier (be kaapicea of the 9(nioi- Mis- 
stOKary Sbdety. Rev. WiUiama, . of 
Loag Beach delivered the sermon. ^^JiE» 
were favored with a iwlo from Dewey' 
L. Johnson at the evening service. He 
sang "How! Lovely are Thy Dwell' 
Ings". 

The Interstate Contest on last 
TIranday- e-renlng wae the greatese 
flnandal saccees of the season. A won- 
derfoA groKram was rendered by 
gome of the best talent of the city. A 
space in ' the rear of the church Will 
be.^rranged for the men. A chorua 
of mdles' voices under the direction of 
▼lela H. Brandon will render music 
for the occasion. 

The "Unknown Wedding" on last 
Thursday evening was a unique alTair 
^nd much credit is due the committee 
!■ charge. New Hope is a very bXisy 
yikce with everyone working to see 
tkat the women win In the coming 

Mfiiy. 

enRfSTIAN CHURCH \ \ 

Watu, Cal. 

I. J. Williama in Charge 



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neMunvto' 

■Mn. jam Wii^ 

lee, PTMlittotit.. Mra. 

itt.|AH\/Si|^'«f:"tH 
era mar)>» an ejsceUleat Wkr tw- 
lowtag h-'^ tho conferenc*! ^mldevt 
wan ■-''. oJucetf by Mrs. Brkxtoh >aiid 
"'» iiitrcduced Mm 8. 3, AnderaoB, 
'.atHUcal Seereterjl W. M. M. S. of 
l-)L.ia-i the A. H. Jt. Cburehiwho niade a veqr 
good Ulk Nwhldt iras highly ^appreciat- 
ed. Two daet^>%y {the Ma4ee eiaters 
enlivened Ae^Mcaaton. Th« Jnnlor or 
A. C.,^.«Malr, Mni. Oladdfn. chorla- 
U'^D^c^l^Bted most [excelleMly. Next 
Sunday morning tne .sacrament of 
baptism' will be administered upon 
Ave candidates. Major Anderson wQI 
deliver his famous Italk on the Holy 
Land. 


TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rev. J. O. Jorjdan, Pastor 


We hM a glorious day last Sunday. 
A good attendance. At 10 a. m. the Bi- 
ble school was called to order, and a 
vrrf One lesson was enjoyed. Af the 
U o'Cloclt hour Bro. Williama broaght 
|6 our attention the I3th chapter of 
MMt.. »od the 8tb verse, using for hie 
text the first clause: ""But others fell 
lato good fcround. and brought forth 
fruM ", and the theme that grew out of 
the text was that the good seed repre- 
MAted the kingdom of Ood. His spb- 
Ject brought to us two additions, Bro. 
and Stater C. Ashler; and the right 
baad of fellowship was extended to 
Stater S. Colburn. So jte .are looking 
fcwward for greater things next Lord's 
dar. As usual Bible school at 10 a. iti. 
aad preaching at 11 a. m. You are we^ 
come" to worship with us at all of 
these servlees. Long^ beach Boulevard 
and Redondo car line. I. J. Williams. 
Sept.; Miss WUlie Bryant, Sect. 


BIRCH ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
C«r..14th and Birch Streets' 
I Rev. A. W. Jacobs, Pastor 


Q<iad sarvlce all day on last Sun- 
day. Sunday School at te usual hour 
was good. Bro. W. J. Thompson pro- 
posed the plan to secure a large mo- 
tor bus to afislHt children in attending 
each Sunday mominK. Interest is now 
dlr^ted toward Baxter Sunday. The 
day. will be made, more gloriatu to 
tkbie whoeocver keep the greatnesH of 
the Occasion before their eyes. "The 
RasTrrection" jit 11 a. ci.. preaching, 
■^ext 'Ahr^'iim. the prototype". 7;pO 
Y. P. ' ('. K. nubject, • TriBlng; with 
life, God. and the Soul". Bid. Ander- 
•oa, who is on«? of the pioaeerA of 
llie ohurcb of Christ In Texas, with 
oUiers ciade a wonderful talk on the 
subject. Preaching again at 8:00. text, 
"Saaetlficatlon". Vi»itor.<« always wel- 
come, come. 

WARO CHAPEL A.M.E. CHURCH 
12S2 EaSit 2Sth St. 
^ Rev. •. R. Guy, Pastor 


All aeUrlties at tk» ChriatiaM 
Chureb mn brim tall of tntiereat uitf 
eatMsiaam. The p^ator brimglit «• » 
manuge Svnday mon^g on the sub- 
ject "Aeo^table SerriceT- Sunday 
evening 'The Reward of the Paith> 
fat in this life and in the Life to 
Come". The Sunday school and Y. P. 
8. C. B. are doing; o fine work for the 
jwnng, people of>both tbe church and 
the community. 

i Special features next Sunday will 
be had in the S. S.'and C. E. The paa- 
tor will bring special mesaages 11:30 
a. m. and 8:00 p. m. You are made to 
feel at hooie at'our church. 


APOSTOLIC F/MTH CHURCH 
1122 E 33rd St. ' 

Elder W. M. Caraen, Piator 


We are still groiHng in the truth 

fl\ «* A"""'*^!! "' /k"" -^^t ^Sunday school was welll fattended, 
.'f/^^.""^? "ir^l^Z'tZ^^^L"^, -d "^e L-Bon -" very intereeUag, 


the history cf Talbernacle Baptist 
Church. [ [ 

' . The aervces both inorning anij ere- 
ning were well attended. We are still 
climbing to higher jheights in our 
spiritual enfofdment I under our^ able 
leader oand teacher, [Rey. Gordan. 

Tbe S. S. under tfae present- Super- 
intendetit, Mrs. Regjar, le growing 
rapidly. The text for momtfg se|Vnce 
was taken from the ^. 8. lesson ;^'And 
Samuel said, 'What nesneth then, 
this Meattng of the sneep ta mine citt 
and the lowing of the cattle?' " 
IDS^ Solo... Miss CMestiae Skaraibrey 

Paper Mm. Sniead 

Reading i Mr. Patrtdge 

Vocal Solo Mies Vannle Hayes 

The subject for th? evening service 
was: "Christ as a Prophet". All who 
were present at l>ojh services went 
away rejoicing that ithe spirit of the 
Lord was present. | 

Mrs. M. SMITH, Reporter. 


CONGRE- 



LINCOLN MEMORI 
GATIONAL CHURC 

34th [and Central AVi 
^ Rev. B.t. ki 


Two splendid servlpes wei-e enjoyed 
by the worshippers at this church the 
past Sunday; The iiastor occuppied 
tbe pnlpit at the mprnlng honr and 
gave the first in a series of sermons 
on; "Tea.abing8 of ieaus". The sub- 
ject for' Sunday wUs: "The New 
Btnb". Many were tl^e expresstoas of 
appreciation for tbisi meaeage. In the 
evening Dr. J, N. Taft was the speak- 
er and gave an rxcei|ent message on: 
"■Why I believe in jirayer". Tbe I..in- 
coln Male Quartet letf by Vroi. O. 'M. 
McCIellan is very popular with tbe au- 
dience. They ' gripped tbe heart a« 
they sang at the closte of the morning 
sermon "Where wilr You Spend B- 
ternlty?" 1 

This Sunday, Marcl^ Kth tbe pastor 
-III preach atthe mbrning hour on: 
"What it means to jbo a Christian 
This will be the second Hi the series 
on.: "TeachOMO* of Jepos". At the eve- 
ning . hon:-. Rev. Sl^ (^eorge A. McCal- 
lan will be the speaker. Yq^i are cor- 
diallv invi^d to wovshlp with u.s at 
all times. ] 


EJIder P. T. Douglass, Superintendent. 
The pastor preached at 11 o'clock 
from I Peter 3:4. Theme, "Ke Jias be- 
gotten UB again unto a lively hope by 
tbe restarrectlon of Jesus Christ d-om 
the dead, to an Inheritance incorrup- 
tible that iadeth not away". Misslon- 
ai^ meeting. ¥:ider Ledbetterand wife 
returned Missionaries froni Afrtce, 
were tbe principal speaker;! with re- 
marks^ from Elder O. W. Doke and 
and Wife, fclder T. G. DougtMfl 
preached at 7 : 30 p. m. a soul, itirrlsg 
sermon. Oood singing by the choir, 

BETH EDEN BAPTIST TEMPLE 
ZTthaHd Paloma 


I^ast Sunday our service reachod a 
new high mark. "The pastor preached 
wo «p|«Bdtd sern^fons which gave us 
inuchniaod (or thought. Baptizing at 
3:00 Wm- with Rev. Carter nt Metro- 
politan was impressive. The S. S. con- 
tinues to grow In both numbers ^nd 
interest .The B. Y. P. i:. is a meeting 
of :ieW 'deas. 

MunUay evening Mrs. Almee' Mc- 
pherson spoke to 300 or more per- 
sons. Rev, Driver will preach Wed- 
nesday evening. The pastor will 
preach! Sunday next: at lUa. in. S. S. 
at !k,^6 a, m. The Superintendent 
maks an urgent appeall to all parents, 
to send the children to Snnday School. 
All thi auxiliaries of the church are 
putting forth every effort to make the 
Easteri rally a success. Prayer 'n 
watch tower every day. Bible stiwly 
Monday and Tuesday evenings. Sun- 
rise service every .Sunday morning 

'Visitors and strangers welcome. 


And hy Appprtmimint 

pHYsicuN * imeaoK 

Olllee: 14M etntnil Ava^ 

Rea., 1607 t. MM St 
-• Led Angdea. GA 
Office Heura: 
••t— 8-«- 

HumbeWt 


DENTIST 


H3S G«itr»l A- 
Lew Aa«diM, C«L 


DR. O. A STARWEB 


Female SpeciftKtt 

■««C. TMROAT AND IftTRAVEN 

out eXPBMT 

emi CENTRAL AVENUE 

hMM»: Humboldt 6727; Wait 6809; 

Mett-epelitan Mi7 . 
10 a: M. to S P. M.--Nt8ht CaHa a 

•paelalty 
Offle«PfMfM.IZS-77t 
Realdanee Phone Humbeirfl UM-J 


DOCTOR J * 

M. l^inohara 

Jii|MneM«> ftyn Rpnrlalhi* 

l07Vs E. lat. Street 
Phone: 828-145 


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WB. WaaEfJK^aU Sta. . 

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A few hours Work evenings, after 
flv e by a Hrst class chauffeur, eleva- 
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man. Will pay good pries for informa- 
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—Talk With— 

J. DONES-REAL ESTATE 

3218 Central Ave. Hiim. 3047-J 


Talk With 

J. DONE8~REAL 
3218 Central Ave. 


ESTATE 
Hum. 3047-J 


BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Holdin Ita Servleea in The Y.M.C.A. 
Nint and Hemlock Sta. 

H, O. Prowd PaWo- 


Last Sunday was a v>;ry encourag- 
ing day at this church. At the morning 
service tbe pastor spoke from the 
text. "Behold to obey is better than 
■acrlSce. and lo barken, than the (at 
of rants". There was a large audience. 
A aumber of visitors were present and 
tlw offering for tbe trustee depart- 
neat was very creditable. Our Sunday 
eebool- was well attended and the les- 
son was good. Beth endeavors were 
intbreetlng. ami had good lessons. At 
night tbe pastor spoke from the knxt, 
"Almost thou persoadest me to oe a 
Christian". There was an attentive 
talxed audiOice. and one person came 
fe^ward and joined the church. We 
are expecting a great time at our M%- 
en shower and program 'on the tSth. 
All come. 


TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wdkt 3dth and Nermandie Ave, 
\ 'Rev. J. A. H.' Eldrid«e, Pastor 


^ Oar Suoday school was up to the 
Rtafeddrd. We are blessed by having 
n«% scholars most every Sunday, so 
by that you can see wo are a progres- 
sive school. Sunday was nop of those 
Ml* daye at Trinity. We enjoyed a 
•{liHtMl feast both morning and eve- 
ning. Our psstnr spoke on the subject. 
"TS» New Birth", taking his text from 
I XOkil, 8:1. At 7:30. Rev. B. L. Oreen 
Of .(Weenvtile MiHsion at Central Ave> 
•OatlMn, spoke on "Salvtaion", Uking 
hiataat tram Luke 24:47. There were 
twb ^eCesslODs tu the church at this 

aanrtfe. Our B. Y. P.'V. is doing nice- 
ly; Ojl Thu-wlny evening, March 13th, 
at ^tli* Anrch the irnion will render 
• fWOg^wn. "An evealog With t>un- 
baorV Oime out and hear them. This 
la Mr .l^pwf.lKneflt of the rally, which 
teratiaittM. March IStb. Tfie program 
tt^fjlbi' silver offering. . ^ 

A. M. E. 



Prlele^u, Paetbr 

! mas * B""*- day at the 

•adar SehMl waa 

Itm oSeklac frwn 

[■TUkg-t^rmtm^Uen. At tke 
1 lA^aa RaatdiaK Elder 
f 4ir ip e M. ft. Chmcta, 


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WESLEY. M. E. CHL|RCH 

Eighth and San Jul'ran Sts. 

Rev. A. P. Shiyv, Pastor 

Every youiTg perscfn in the city 
should attend the Beijvices at Wesley 
this Sunday and hear the sermon to 
the young people byj the pastor and 
hear the Young People's Chorus at 
the evening service.! A special pro-; 
gram by some of the best talent: 
among the younger iefc wUl- be cop- 
ducted in the evening. A great feat 
is in store for all. J V ^ 

Sunday was a fine day. The^astor's 
morning Bermon was jbelpful and aug- 
geetive. Tbe Rev. G. W. Woodby was 
the evening speaker and held the 
large audience spellbound as he told 
in a most scolarly ^ay the story of 
the Xegro ia Ancient History. Bro. 
Woodby is witbovt doubt the great- 
est bisterian of the race. 

Wesley promises s 1 program both 
morning and evening that is worth 
while. Make it a habit] of spending the 
evening boor at We»|*y. We- are put- 
ting on a progratn (h4t will command 
a full bouse at tJbe evejning hour. Von'l 
you believe UT Come and tee. ■, 


MT. ZION iJA!»T»T {CHURCH 
90th and Hepeer Avei 

Rev. Archie J. Wilfiama, Paater 

All iho !«ervices atj Mt. Zhw were 
well attended Stx aeiy pupils were ad- 
ded to the .sffnduy School. In fact our 
Sunday school under Its nevif superin- 
tendent." FUeacon Walker Is" tiolng a 
great work for tbe young people. At 
thel^rrning service Qie pastor spoke 
from"%h>HuWect.y, ^'C^irigt, the Savior 
ind Redeemer", * 

The choir ander thS difectresg, SIb- 
ter Murray, did its pirt it the mom- 
iig servtee. Ail weni away pleased 
with the wonderful service. 

At tbe afterat^h service of the Jun- 
ior Missionary Socletiy, Sister WiUle 
E. Williams, ot the fseeond Baptist 
Church. deWeted an address. Her 
subject was: "Doing Mission V^ork". 
Mrs. Williams brought nany belpful 
thoughts tcrthe society. 

At the evening seijvlce tlie paater 


Our le.ison in Sunday i.choOl wan an- 
imating. Tbe subject was that of "The 
Re.ign of Saul", and^he ..variojis points 
hrongltt out were'?biost instructive! 
Supartntenrients Dr. t!\an< and Mrs. 
Oaller.son, gave many helpful advises 
to boys and gi-ls as to their future 
drawn from the Ifsson. At the 11 
o'clock service DfT Prowd preaciK-d 
from Matt, d-.'.i "Your Heavenly 
Father Knoweth". All were beneflted 
by tht word of truth. Miaj Lillian 
Prowd presided at tho B; V. P. V. 
meeting. The subK<'t. wa.s " ; lie Pur- 
pose of Life". A'.l toj!: jiart in tho rtis- 
cusgion,,^ which, afterwards narrowed 
down to-a moat exoltinji and profita- 
ble d^ate betwi-f-n Miss L. Prowd 
and Miss Ernestine JoneS: Both 'th\ 
young ladies, were wafmly congratu- 
Ilated for the manner in which they 
presented certain facts untouched by 
the other participants. The I.,ord'8 
'Supper was observed at the close of 
a brief address by te pastor. We in- 
rile all to our interesting services. , 


perfect, we are working tdward Per- 
faction". I , 


tlpn beginaiag of a adw apoek ta tke 
tHe of Mt Zina in n Ul-fkea tr« ak- 
«ect to lee oar nvtar-iilMt: tbe Rer, 
Dr. A. J. 8U)ke4,b tU» pgi^lt. 

At 3 o'cioek Mada^ ^MlnMa tl ' 
Mnialara- Unlaa tdUffl^ 6liai«fl 


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welcome. 


FIRST A. M. E. ZON CHURCH 
Cor. Pico and Paloma 

Rev. W. E. Saw, Pastor 

Sunday, March l(tb, the pastor will 
occupy his pulpit at both services. His 
sermons are a reat help ffJ^^alll who 
Stand la need of a, pure, unadulterated 
50«pe1. 

■fltere was a spiendid congregation 
Sunday, March 9th, morning and eve- 
niaft. 'The paetor spoke from Matt. 
8:47, "\Vbat do ye more than others?" 

Vr. O. O. Oarlaod eddressed the W. 
H. and K. M. Soetety at 3 p. m. Miss 
Halllle Q. Brown spoke at 8 p. m. She 
was indeed interesting to listen to. 

Tbe oonvoeattoB; wtin be a thing Of 
the past when thii goes to pre^s. 

Zion dooTii are open to all, KriendR, 
visitors and strangers are cordially 
welcomed. 


Houra: 9 to 11 A. M.; 2 to 4: 

6 to 8 P. M. 
Phones: Office Main 288* 

Res., Hum. 812S-W 

!ffi.E.B.LID9ELL 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 

Rea^: 1036 E. 38th St. 

Suite 6 and 7— Cosmopolitan Buldg. 

843 CENTRAL AVE. 
LOSANCEUES CALIFORNIA 


Phones: Office Main z989 

Res., Hum. 1344-W 

DOCTOR 

fl. CLAUDE HDIISON 

SPECIALIZING IN PLATE 

DENTIST 

Suite 4 and S— Coamopolitan BIdg. 

643 CENTRAL AVE. 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

Res. B26 E. 31st St. 


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EBintTONCERUn 

Bej to Announce 

THE REMOVAL 

' I — OtHU— 

LAW OFFICES 

60S.7 BRYSON BLDa 

Cor. 3Bd Sr Spriag Sta. 

Los Aafeles, California. 

TeL: Met. 3584 



FOR SALE! FOR SALE! 

i A SNAP 
Onti Acre and Small 
House. Three Chicken 
Houses; Three Chicken 
Yards, r Water Pip«i 
through yard---$2500.00 
—Half Cash! 

BETTERi HURRYl 

BUY NOWl BEFORE THE 
ADVANCE! 


u rikmi mason 

dn«i;peyat-iaw aad Kocary PaMic 

PraeUce in all tke Courts of CaU^ 
fomia. CoaaatUtiOB Free. 

Offlee: t3« S. Spring 8»., Raoia 
311; Phone Metropolitan 1138. Res.: 
&36 BirctLSt.; Phbae Bdw:^. 1053. 

A Square, deal ud '« d^iwry of 
the gooda 


Mackey "Temple No. 1. Of the, -An 
cient Arabic Order, NoWea tt the Mys- 



n.' 


tie Shiine. meets 8nd and 4th Satur- the nntraihmelled leader of tke face, 


day nights at acettlsh lUte Ifall, 
ttfii Central Ave. All members ex- 
pected to be present. 



una* nmnca 

OBepn of tke 
Moet Worshipfqj 
8i>rerel|a Oraad 
Lodge ' of rree 

and Accepted Ma 
sons for the Statt- 
of California fOT 

M. W. Grand Master, J. H. WdMa: 
addreaa 6213 Hoim«w A.n., L.. A. 

il. W [ieoaty Q. li... ¥. IL ioaasoa. 
OnkUiid 

R. W. Qraad Seator tardea, i. B. 
^d|ttB. SaeraaMMK 

JL ItHfaad Jaator Wardea 
, JoBnon, Lnm Angelea. 

A. W. Grand .Treasarer. H. 

ton. Bakerefl^ld. 
R. W. Oraed LectarM, 

KalBltt. Loe Asaelea 
•L ty. &'ead Secretary. O 

MM»: aixVHB • 3U D SU 

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Dr. A-. J< Stokes, P«serle««' 
Matchless Orator, and for fotl^ yaara 


T. B 
S Hoa*^ 

Saaiaei' 

^ Wfi. 
Marya 


comes to the pastorato of the ML Z1-. 
on MissioDarT' Baptist Churek, this 
cttjr. The Mt. Zion Baptist Cbareh in 
particular, and the Baptists ia. gen- 
etaiftkvt a/canse for great reiaMng. 
For in the joining of I>r. Stokes 'into' 
our midst, ve bave a ripe scholar, sin 
experienced leader in Ihe practice and 
polity of tbe church 'such w ta but- 
few others. Dr. Stckeft has beaa kon- 
ored with ever}- office hi the gift of 
ihe National Bapfist Co'nveA.tion. He 
is now the treasurer, arid has been for 
a quarter of a century. Though a sexo- 
get^arian, he is tie younitest. as well 
as the noblest Roman of them all. 

Dr. Stokes wax a lifs-kms friend of 
Dr. Booker T. Wkehingtoii, and was 
his private cuncilor,ln criiclcal times, 
while building cp tlte_gre*t Tuskegee, 
Institute. Major RoS?^ Rusrs Moton,' 
head of Tuskegee, recognized thp wls- 
dm of br. Stokes, and had him Elect- 
ed to the beard of trustees of the 
school. 

Dr. Stkee leave-? one cf tbe great- 
est churches in the South. Its member- 
ship U more than 5,000. Most of whom 
be added while ia the pastorate oi 
forty yeara^ ' . ^ 

The Doctor is said toTie one of the 
few Negro ministers who are wealthy. 
This io stating it irildly. 

Much time has been spent on two 
^eparate o<>ra"»iot:5 in Palestine, when 
he exxplored the land made sacaed by 
the life and dcgih of Jesus 'OTrtst. 
These trija have added veneration, 
which is akin to the prophets. 

Through spending most of his lime 
in tbe South amons: the prej«dic?d 
white*, iiiill that -unconqiierable anirit 
■and indomitable will have never ^en 
.'werved from the highest interest of 
^i**!e people whom he served an'd tear- 
rcssfuUy led. and Hhs has endeared 
him In fioth rac«^ 
„ - ! .Mt. Zion BapUst Church, 

KNiGHTS OF PrTnlAS E. & W. H. 

. CALIFOPNIm l!»-;»-1924 | •'"''"^ •Jn.d Honp.>r. " 

P. G. C— J. Sorj-es -Sacranieato. Cal t Kev.A. .1 Wilpanis, ActraR I^astor. 
3. Rep.— If. W. Markham. Los Aoge^ ^ Mrs I'- B Murruy, Church Clerk. 

Ics, Cal. I ^ 

3. C— W. P. Taylor, Sacramento, Cal. j _ 
Gr. V. C. — A. A. Logan. Sacrameato.i . 
Cal. . ; 

>>> p. — J. J. Bunch. ■ Pasadea». Cal. . 
0. K. R. S.— F. B. Bail«y. Sacramento, 
Cal. ! 

O, M. E.^J. M.' Taylor. Los Angele». 

Cal. t 

O. M. A,— M 

Cal. 
O- ^ O.— gari iJray, Sacramento, Cal. 
Q. O. O.— J. W. Peunell, Sacrajaento, 

Cal. 
Qrand Tnisteee: B. r. Kenny. Sa^ra 
rmento. Cal.; r. Ilarper. Pasadena. 
Cal.; I... J. Satitk, a(Mn-aiae«to; Ca} 


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GRAND JURISDICTION OF 



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Colemaa, tPaa^dena. 




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M.H.BRaYLES 

ATTORNEY AND COUI^ELLOH 

Af LAW ^ 

General Practice— Criminal and Civil 

All Couru— State and Vederal 

Room 632 Bryson Btd| 

14S $e. Spring St l.4>a Ai^etea, Cal.. 


EXCHANGE AN0 


PLEASANT HILL BAPT. CHURCH 
Bonnie and Court i 

Rev. Vt. H. Rozler, Paatpr 


Our Snndtfy school was well attend- 
ed by young and old. The lefsoHs are 
prayerfully prepared by spiritual 
leaders so (bat real Hubt^anUal good 
may be attained, and that- our young 
people ilnay prove a benelit to Christ, 
to -their country and to th«m.<(elveH. 
The pulpit was occupied by Rev. Ro- 
sier in the momiqg, aail every one 
present was blessed. The word of 
Qod te so powerful and ho! full ol light 
and life that all wbo corae uoder its 
iailtieDce can^t help but receive a 


spoke from the aubject: "We are not Meesiag. Rev. Rosier is .staying close 


to Ckrtst, ead Ood is osisf l>im to 
Hh an*B*gk>ry. Tke lesaonB each night 


Next Seaday, Marefi ^|tekr wlU be are .VondertuL Tke' trntk %\ balBS 


helpful lesson was brought to as. The 


r-ir-tirt moibl'tt <■..'»■ a A frwe ^ kftd -will preacBi atti'S-ftt fwSh 
tttKttorif sietr0(rea<: : Suud.ny f*»r a*r the subject: "The Mankpad- of Mtnl" 
|l<ar.:* i'tois and vT.lt»-ii. Coine .aind woriBhip with uk 


■aS^ siala to ua. Yeit are lavlted to 
eoudeaek iiiskt end ataare tkls woin- 
ileitel^ prhrltoge vith. ue. Rev. Byrd 
oicKiied fhe-akaad at nigbl and a I beautlfally how Ood could Hot express 


J. MARCOLESCO 

228 So. Compt<m Ave. 
Watu; Calif. 

Dr. Starnes sells tablets that break 
a cold ia one day-2403 Cestfal Ave. 

METROPOtlTAN BAPT. CHURCH 

37th aiid Paloma Sts. 

M.' C Carter, i'Vaster 

- Tho ; HervlceH were exceptionally^ 
good at Metropolitan 8unday p«Ht, 
when our pastor preached from the 
mibject: "Does Christian RcHgton Sat- 
isfy the Human Soul?" At i p. In. Dr. 
tlndrir*(»d of Pklllips Chapel, his 
;ehqtr aitd congregation, .worshipped 
with us and brought to ua inbis b#n 
way a message from the subject,. "Tko 
Kingdom of God". This beiMitifu} nteis- 
sage afoag with; tkft sWeet aalSiaS'bt 
his UlupCplons chjDlr made tbil liervice 
one irf leag^ remeionraiied. Aat tUe eva- 
nina «erviee_odt' .otii Bev. J." V. 'A^t 
ten prtlMilitod^jKitH atf Aia:pawiar'frMS 
the stth^ct: "God'a liaesfMrdaaiiite lore 
and gift to Mao"> He tirbu^bt aiit v^y 


WILLIS O. TYLER ^ 


ATTORNEY.AT-LAW 

224 «. 8IHHNQ STREET 

S12 1. I. millipi Bldg. 

Ree. 12M % Adama South Vii 

i LOS ANttELES, CAL. ; V" 

Phone: Pie^2ti^d % 

Oay Phone: CTJ ? Ni-'bt: 2111.W 


His love but proved it by His worki:of 


X. P.i.U. wa^ eajvT'^l by all. A i<t- creatidp aad mkifiBg man rA)er of iko 
f# edl^eef If ckpesii each siint^ar, ^' 


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Tbe ptetor wni HU.HBb 


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Toilet Goods. 

MRS. A. N. WRIGHT SMITH 
Proprietress «. 

S48V^ Central Arenae 
-flea. Phone:. Humboldt 7S42-J' 
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Room IS-^Cosmopoli^aa Bldg*. 

S48 CENTRAL AVENUE 

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PHONES: 

Otnce: Hum. 7D13-J; Hum 

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Qfflce Hours: 2 Co 4 P. M. 

And by Appointment 

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MEDICAL DOCTOR 

Special Attention Given ^e Sur- 
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Painless Delivery Done -at the 
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1917 Central Avenue <*• 


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vattate in modern liouees and desirable 
pr<}perty sites. ^ 

Don't buy in Watti^nttl you eee 
these special values handled by Mr«f 
Mattie Shackelford-McKnialrt. 

Six bargains near Abila Station. 

Five 6-room Howees just llniehed: 
modern in every yumi, 50x160, rainina 
from SCTM te SMOS-SSOSke SMO 
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Mary E. Reed 


The Dunbar Auxiliary entertained 
last Sunday afternuor. in bouor of 
Miss Italllie Q. Brown. Nationall Pres- 
ident lol Colored Women's Clubs at 
the home of Mrs. Sarah Jones Wilson. 
123 Eajst 57th street. In ;he receiving 
line w|th the guest of honor wpre Dr. 
Emma Roberson, Mji. W. H. Cooper. 
Mis. Sarah Jane Wilson. Mrs. Arthur 
Thomas and Mrs. A. f\ Richardson. 
Music was furnished by Mr. Eugene 
Edgar Pgge who playnd: "California 
Night", 'An African Fanta.sy", and 
"The March of the Rotarinus". his 
own compoBillons. .\Ii. Pni^'i is one of 
Our talented aiid promiaing young 
men ic whom wc should feel proud. 
Our worthy youn^ people Ih.il are try- 
ing to do something seem*to be held 
so lilhtly by the majority. Ket us 
boost and help and encourage them. 

.and let them know tai we apprefiato 
them. 

Little Miss Qladd-^i; playi-d a com- 
position from Back. A reading from 
Dunbar by Mrs. Lula WilliMn?. Solo, 
"Thinking- written by Mr. Page, by 
Dr. Ehnma Roberson. Mrs. Cliristian, 
the efficient cateresB served delicious 
refreshments. Into a 300 pound cake 
of ice were mounded on one side Cal- 
ifornia fruits on the other »ide a 
wri^ath of California ffowera encir- 
cling the words "Greetings to Hallie 

• y. Brown". About 200 guests called 
during the afternoon. 


NEWLY-WIDS HONORED AT BRILUANT 
SOCIAL FUNOION 


Monday 'svening, March 10th at the 
W'«8ley cnapel M. E. Church the J50,- 
000 Efiucatlonal Campaign Fund 
Drive If the National Association of 
Colored Womb's Clubs was staged. 
It was also .Miss Brown's birthday. In 
which she certainly excelled herself 
In her address "Women, past, pres- 
ent and future". The program was an 
anthem by the church's moat excel- 
lent choir. Prayer by Rev. A. P. 
Shaw. Solos by Dewey Johnson and 
Miss Warren. Miss Brown based her 
address on the 68th Psalm, the 11th 
verse, revised version, "The Lord 
gave the word: great was the com- 
pany of women that published It". She 
paid high tribute to our women of the 
past: Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tub- 
man, Frances Harper, Phyllis Wheat- 
ley. Some of our women of the pres- 
ent time, Mrs. Mary B. Tallbert. Flor- 
ence Cole, Talbot, Edwina L*wlsy Dr. 
Emma Roberson, Dr. Vada Sother- 
ville. A collection of M3.50 was taken 
with person^ donations (nan Mr. Syd- 
ney Dones. St. Phfllips Episcopal 
Church, 8th and Town Avenue 
Church, Mrs. Cbipm. 

A telegram from the State presi- 
(.ent. Mrs. Poa:l Wiuteib rereetin?: 
her absence and wishing a successful 
meeting was rea*lr • 

The City Fedtiation met hi tne So- 
journer Truth Home, February 29th 
and elected permanent officers. Pres- 
ident^ Dr. Emma iRobeT^n: Sect., 
Mrs. Lucile Shelton; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Olivia Wilson; Chairman of Execu- 
tive Board, Mrs. Eli«« Warner; Chair- 
'man of By-Laws and Constitution, 
Mrs. Lula Slaughter. The Federation 
will meet at Sojourner Truth Home 
Monday. March Slst at 2*30 p. m. 

The L. A. Art an* MO Club met 
Thursday night. Mrs. O. A. Keller be- 
ing the hostess. St. Patrick wag very 
much in evidence. The favors were 
miniature St. Patrick hata. shamrtniks 
and the flag of Ireland. The center- 
piece being a huge shamrock. 

A four course dinner was served 
after which the ladles engaged In 
playing cards. First price being a- 
warded Mrs. A. Hudson, second Mrs. 
M. Lee. Guest priie Mrs. E. Porter. 
Out of town guests were Mrs. L. Jones 
of Canada and Mrs. H. Porter, R. Ut- 
terback and Mrs. Cotton, c.f Chicago. 
Delightful motor trip for out of town 
guests. 

A jolly bunch of twenty enjoyed a 
most pleasant day Sunday honoring 
Mrs. R. Utterback, Mrs. H. Porter, 
and Mrs. J. Lawrence Crlver of Chi- 
cago, Mrs. L. Jones ot Canada, Mr. 
and Mrs. Johnson of Denver. 

The motorists left Lo» Angeles ear- 
ly in the morning going Into Topanga 
Canyon where they pitched camp, 
rooked and ate lunch to the strains 
of their portable victrola. 

All the bunch in their hiking outflts 
threw the cares of the city away and 
got ag near mother nature as possible. 

Late in the afternoon, the party mo^ 
tored out through SanU Monica Can- 
yon and along the beach for miles. 

The Glee Club of the Southern Cal- 
ifornia Alumni Association will re- 
hearse each Tuesday evening at 7:30 
at Wesley M. E. Church. All members 
of the Association are urged to attend. 
MALLlE SALISBURY-BOWERS, 
Dlrectreaa. 
/ JANE CATLEY-COOK. 

Secretary. 


4TH ANNUAL FASHION SHOW 


The membert of the Ptiy^-Art-Llt- 
Mo Club are buay, arraiioini for 
ttwir Annual Fashion thaw, whieh 
will take plaoo at Philharmonic Audi- 
lorllim, Thuraday, April Zf4. 

For tho paat thr«« yaara buntfreda 
Mvo boon turned away from tha 
•now for laok of aoatHtfl aaMCity. 
ae thia y««r, thay hava aaeurori tha 
l a rgia t aivailablo ptaoa. ^ ^^ 

Tha 19M Show pramiaaa to b« tha 
maat oerfaeua of all. 

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9Tie Firm of William H.^Gamble &Co., has 
maintained a standard of Reliability for years 
uniexcelled by any other Firmiin the City of 
tos Angeles that is engaged in selling Real Es- 
tate. Its intesri!ty stands unquestionable. Its 
retard is as white as the snow that falls from 
the clouds. Its watchword is ..aervice. We 
strive to aerve, to pleaae and to make our clients 
comfortable, contented and happy. To any- 
one who is in doubt as to whether we have suc- 
. ceeded, ask anyone who has purchased prop- 
erty through our Firm, and wherever you meet 
one you will meet a booater and h„ friend- of 
the Firm ; that speaks for itself. We thank our 



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port. 

"We have houses and lots for sale \n all j«ec- ; ' 
tions of the City at reasonable prjces and terms. 
A Few of Oiir Special Bargaina; 

Double 8-room house on E. 'SSiul St., near 
Central Ave., $7000.00 ; $3000 cash. \ 

5-room house on E. IStli St., $52-50.00 ; terms. 

4-room house on E. 27th''St., $32.=i0. $600.00 
Cash. ' ^ 

6 rooms, E. Adams St., large lot ^G.'iOO.QO; \ 
terms. 

4-room house at Watts, lot'l-SO^diiO-r-A good 
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MR. AND MFis. ROY W. WILSON IN WEDDING SCENE 


Miss Hallie Q. {Brawn, National 
President of Colored Women's Clubs, 
and Mrs. Sarah Joies-Wilson, recent 
bride shared honoi^ at an elaborate 
reception given forithera by the Mar- 
ried Ladies Art Gui|d, last Sunday af- 
ternoon at the palaitial home of Mrs. 
Wilson on East Fitty-seventh street, 
Jiirs. Charles Conner, President of 
the Club, stood .at; the head of the 
receiving line. Mrsi Eva Thomas was 
hostess for the atto'DOon. 

Miss Brown wor^ a beautiful gown 
of black georgette j embroidered with 
crystal beads. Mrsj Wil8.~n was be- 
comingly gowned in{ an imported crea- 
tion of St. Patrick 'green, hand em- 


broidered with crystal beads. McftS' 
than a hundred guests enjoyed mfi 
musical proRram by Mr. Eugene Mfl- 
gar Page and an entertaining selec- 
tion from Dunbar by Mrs. H. C. Wil-: 
Hams. Dainty refreslimeii's were 
served bymembers of the club. 

Among those present we/e: Mr.s. A. 
C. Richardson, Mr.s. Mai .olm H. Pat- 
ton; Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Stovall; 
Mesdames W. H. 'Terry; E. L. Dor.sey; 
E. Trainer; Bessie W. Simon; ;Marie 
Overstreet Jackson; Frark Say erg; 
Chas. Conner; Georgia Gangs. Miss 
Emma Lue Sayers; C. Carter; the 
Iiuncan sisters and many otiie's. 


JFREE yJOLINS FREE VIOLINS 

THE (UFF SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

i Eltabliahed in Los Angelea in 1909 

I With Thirty Violin Studioa in Southern California is Now 

\ J Opening a Studio at 

Y.W.C. A.ROOMS-^1108 E. 12TH ST. 

To introduce the school to those who are not acquaint- 
ed with it ar^d to test the advertising powers of the Cali- 
|fomia Eagle^ we have depo6(ited with the Editor and pub- 
lisher of thi* paper a written guarantee to loan— v 

A VIDUN AND BOW ABSOLUTELY FREE \ 
For One Yeah for Home use to the Firat Tiyenty Studervta 
to enroll in thid studio* 

LESSONS ONE DOLLAR A WEEK 
There are ri^ strings attached to this offer. To further 
show our good faith we shall give to the Editor for pub 
lication the hame of every child who enrolls uncjer ^li.' 
[offer. Competent teachers and a studio right at your 
door; no need to send the child*down tS^n through the 
I congested districts. 

All you ncied do is to act quickly before the Violins are 
all gone, enmdl student and receive the Violin. 

Every chiW has the right to some music in his life. 
Here is the opportunity without the expense of buying 
la violin. 

Refereiiae So. CaL Music Co., Phone: Main S8S 
^ Our repr^entatives will probably call upon you soon, 
but we cannot guarantee yoq a violin if you wait. Bet- 
I ter write us l^W ! 

Y. W. q. A. ROOMS-1108 E. 12TH ST. 
FREE VIOLINS FREE VIOtlNS 


That ii Why a Complete Funeral for $75. 

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Savings in a Biulding-Loan Association are safe- 
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^oracmatlng the resullts o( the Cali- 
lorala primary, ten stateg in the Elast 
Mid middle west have already lined- 
op solidly behind Calvin Coolidge iti 
the selection of delegates to the Na- 
tlooai Republican convention to be 
keld Jnne H)th in Cleveland, iccord- 
inx to tntoAiation received at the lo- 
Cftl Coolidge headquartern yesterday. 

The inrormation which came from 
tke national headquarters ot •tl^e Re- 
publican party in Chicago.' tleclared 
that there has not been one delegate 
of tlie total 171 selected for any other 
eaodldate than the President. 

Xs the count now stands Kansas 
has pledged its 23 delegates for Cal- 
Tto Coolidge; Virgini* 17; Kentucky, 
M; Minnesota. 27; -louisiana, 13; 
Pbllllptne Islirnds 2; Sputh .Carolina, 
11; oWK.'t9; Colorado, 16; and New 
Hiwaprtlre. 11. * 

It will require 555 ^otcs to nomin- 
kte O^yftj Coolidge at Cleveland and 
MtB ^meat Indifatlons it is expect- 
ed tt»t thli^Rl^mi' win respond for 
'the ■Jfcfct iBfehiE''Siil In the white 
bOQM on thfe fl-st rTjSjfCall. There will 
be 1036 delegaleirljr' the; convention. 
representlnR all of thei forty-eight 
states and the five territories. In 1320 
there were 984 delegates in thp con- 
vention of which California was rep- 
reaented by J6. This state's delegation 
llMtiBCreaaed to 29. 

A number of the eastern and mid- 
dl* WMTtem states have been con- 
Mtfed to the President and with these 
d«<«KaUon8 added to those which are 
\aom {tlegged, the nomination of the 
iPr naW ent seems p-actidally assured. 

California fias a major part to play 
In the tkomination of Calvin Coolidge. 
aewspapers of the East have deojg^ed 
r«{l«atedly during the past few weeks. 
The reasons given for his declaration 
•re that Catifornia is the only <8tate 
in the anion wliich hae a native com- 
peting with the President and that 
this ia the moat influential state in the 

AH of these papers have agreed that 
r»g»rflles» of bow CallAsrnit votes at 
Its primary on May 6th the result at 
Clelrelaad will be the same, for they 
have maintanied that the President 
win aecure votes enough In other 
state* to insure hlfi nomination.. But 
these newspapers a:e saying that Cal- 
itoralB is no*- c•^^front«d with the 
task of bein<; "i^-jbl or wrong" polili- 

ctnr. 

Iieaders of all pollitical pa.lie.s 
msiotaiahig organisations in Los An- 
Heles Coonty have realized that It is 
imperative that this county be regis- 
tered to the last man and that every 
TOter go to the poUn on May 6lh To 
this end representative men and wo- 
men from all leading civic and com- 
mercial organizations have forni<>d 
the 100 per cent Register ami Vote 
League. All civic interests and oreani- 
tations a e representf^d on tiip com- 
mlttae of tWs body. A drive lo so- 
enre a cnmplefe registration in tliis 
county will be Rtartead on Maf h 11th 
■nd Willi continue to tho 22ndjasi_- 

THiring this driv<» mini^'ers of Hi" 
thuTches. offlrers of local oreanizs 
tlOBS and all perBCn.s interr>stprl in ih" 
welfare of California will b" workink; 
to. aecure registrations, according to 
the plans of the league. A statement 
has been hsued by the league to tho 
•Sect that the s'ate law rt^quires that 
.'♦▼ery person who is eligible to vote 
•must register before April .ith as all 
regiatrations become invalid on Jan- 
aary flmt. In order to vote for a presf 
4cntlal candidate and the persons sup- 
porting him It is neressa T to state 
party afflliation at the time of regis- 
tration. 

Republican leaders of I>oh Angeles 
.Cooaty realize that much of President 
ir-ai>Mn Coolidge's sucrcess in this 
>«tait^ wrtl depend on the number of 
toyat Republicans who register and 
VOtflk They have called on all loyal 
'«llrorier3 of the party to assist in ob- 
-'ilintoK registrations. This work is be- 
ing fcushed forwa -d through the many 
CmWdge clubs of the city and county. 

IQ issuing a call to all loyal ^epub- 
Hcafes in tlie aute leaders of the party 
-%u\ placed emphasis on the policie,'? 
^ ne Prtssident as expressed in bis 
Sieafeasn to the people. All of those 
pol^lw have be^ni endor.-i< (i- by t h u 
16^rt of this >Slate. A tthc recent 
neMttng of loyal Republicans ih Sari 
•li^ra^sca a resolution setting forth 
-JUiei^B prinrliples and the reasdhs for 
ImHltaing them were set fort in the 
foll^wlnK terms: ^ 

■ Wa^HHrtion Enaetad At San Frlncisco 
j Coolidse Convention 

Wareaa, Calvin Coolidge, President 
■H dke tTnited states, is a candidate 
lor tto Repuiiliean nomination to 8uc- 
4Md htanaAU; and / 

mwnM, t^aidenl Coolidge,. as cit- 
, (rtateamao and bead of the Re- 
t'narty In the nation, has dem- 
iuit^VWMpB vf -mnaptional a* 
»ri»t««i«kna)Up, aamest 
' iii4 a jMti:attro to the 
c^tnt/Mot^ '^^ -public daty; 
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lj hfc public ntterancaa and 

il «e()|. aa chief executive of tl)e 
"V-fHterf ha*« e«;n«d bim the 
IM$i^:alid «nist of Iho Amorlcan 
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Whereas, hi^ unequivocal -and un- 
swerving determination fha ■' those re- 
sponsible for betrayal of pjibllc trust 
shrall be vigorously and fearlessly 
prosecuted: his specific declarations 
in approval of a practical ^nd exten- 
sive, tax reduction program, consti- 
tutional protection of the ichlldhood 
jbl America, establishment {bt a mini- 
mum . w^age for women, fdll protec- 
tion and care for the disatiled veter- 
fins of the world war and previous 
wars, adequate and deservetl relief for 
the Amfcrican farme-. estdbllshraent 
of universal peace through participa- 
tion by the United States In a world 
court of international Jueticc. improve- 
ment of rail' and freight meuhods, cod- 
servation of national resotirces. and 
ither humanitarian and govjernmental 
policies establish him (wpreeminent 
statesman and leader of ig Idetfls and 
accomplishrments anda sturdy cham- 
pion of the basic principles to which 
the Republican party- has dedicated 
its service: nahiely, the protection of 
alj American industry and lajbor; now 
therefore, be it " '' 


Sixth District: George C. Pardee, 
former Governor of California^ Oak- 
land.; Charles Dunscombe. Berkeley, 
editor. ' 

Seventh District: W. W. Glddtngs. 
Mcdestb. banker; Harry B. McClure, 
'Visala, orcbardist. 

Eighth District: Henfy M. Ayer, 
Santa Clara, P. Cal. Asso. of Super- 
viscrs ; ' P. P. Peabody, Santa Barbara.. 
Maufacturer. 

A. L. Rowland. Pas-; 
"W. ET. Evans, Glen- 


Mrs. Helen Mathew- 
William 


Ninth District 
adena, attcney; 
dale, attorney. 

Tenth District 
son Laughlin. Los Angeles 
May Garland. Los Angeles. 

Eleventh District: W. B. Clancy. 
Riverside, orcbardist; John D. Spreck- 
els, San T)iego. 

Delegates at Large } 

■ William H. Crocker, Republican ~ia- 
Jfonal Committeeman from California, 
•Burltngame. 


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time to. time in the publication of in- 
terviews and liata of names of thoae 
urglng'hig candidacy, with but few ex- 
ceptioni) those declaring in his favor 
being regarded as moinbers of the or- 
ganization that has vecome, tbrongb 
a decade' of eKl8tence,.a political ma- 
chine di3dicated';mDre;to obtainliig pat- 
ronage ! and aptw)[9tive public olBce 
than to serve 'thcC' -People and- to the' 
Republican party.''* . 

The presence particularlly of Hale, 
Long and Requa -.among the chosen 
Coolidge leaders i9 a striking Indica- 
tion of the hearty response to the 
Coolidge' candidacy form the old Pro- 
.i;res6lve element in this ^tate. In the 
bitlpme'ss' of disappointment at this 
defection fromi the- Senator's camp, 
some of his managers and spokesmen 
have been rathCi' free In charging "be- 
trayal and "treason." But the men 
who helped to ^ form the Progressive 
party and who littlfc thought that Mr. 
Johnson would seek, to aiake it the 
vehicle for hisperkaiial ambition, as- 
sert that the Senator and. not them- 
selves must be'' charged with deser- 
tion. ' ■ ' 

It is th* anhbn.ncei intention of the 
Coolidge -leaders' 4o conduct a cam- 
palsn FOR Mr. C^oUdge^ rather than 
ime AGAJfJST M-. Jehnson. This is, 
of course, as it sboOtd bo, but doubt- 
less they at times will find- themselves 
in the position of a man attempting 
in attend to his own business wbib* 
fn.gaged at the same time irj the ex- 
asperating occupation of treating with 
a noisy customer willing to throw 
stones thi-ough the *lnd(Sw or jangle 
the door bell for ,Qii^ mere flarpose of ' minister Ave.." Venice. Calif.; Jennie 
calling attention to'-'^imself. | | Henry, 005 Westminister Ave., Ven- 

Senator JohnsOTCs campaiip Is thy.s ! ic^- C^lif.; Alphon.se Henry. 605 West 
far wholly p.egative. He had not. ad- 
vanced a single constructive proposal 
of his own. but h.is, according to his 
custom, attacked this tad th»t and the 
otb^ thing with gr^t vehemence and 
onerf:y. A glance at the newspaper 
hea9lineR alluding to his 'activities 
during the Ijrst .six' <^-eeks reveals the 
lorlcrn nflccs."»lty cX using and re-using 
either "attack " or"denot'nce" to con- 
vi y a suggestion of his attitude. 


Ificks, ti. H. Benjamin, Joseph Dye, 
James Korvell, C. A^ Slaughter, Har- 
ry Williams, George EUerby, Leonard 
Ross, Lorris C. Settles, Bessie' M. Set- 
tles, Clarence W. Irvinr Burton Woods, 
T. A. Green, Charles S. Bush, Melvin 
C. Edwards and Morton L. Asbery. 

It is doubtless pleasing to the Cool- 
idge supporters that the first Itepub- 
llcan Conference called for the )>ur- 
poae of nominating district caiidldfttes 
for - delegates to the Republicab Na- 
tfbnal Convention! unanimously select- 
ed Coolidge candidate and likewise 
unanimously indoned the President's 
policies and candidacy. 

The conference was held by . the 
seven State Assambly districts com- 
prising t^e Ninth jCallfbrnla Congress- 
ional District and the two Coolidge 
delegates apin^ved, W. E. Evans ' of 
Glendale and 'A- L. Rowland of <{>asa- 
dena, who are well-known in Soirther^ 
Califcmla, as leaders in civic- affairs ' 
and in. party activities: Mt,''BvAnB, i 
by the way, a former promibenti Pro- ( J ** 
gressive, is one of those having argu- 
ment with Senator Johnson ^ a^ to 
whether the Senator dese^ed - the 
Prbgressl.ye movement or the P'O- 
gressive. movement deserted the Sen- 
ntor. 

The Citizens of 'Venice and Santa 
Monica have formed an antlUiary to 
the Republican Protective League, at 
613 Westminister Ave.. Venicpj Calt- 
fornin. Cbas. Tabor. President; Mr^. 
AritonU .Tabor, Secretary. ; . , 

John Ater. 615 Westiiiiniil.er .^'ve.. 
Venice, Calif.; Mrs, W. B. Darby, (,t% 
WeBtmii»iafer Ave., Venice. Calif.; W. ? 
B, Darby, 635 Westminister Ave., Ven-i 
ice., Calif.; Gsrfleld Carter, 1707 6th | 
St.. Santa. Monica, Cali^.; Andrew i 
Jones. fil.lH We»tmlnist>r Ave.. Ven-1 
Ice, Calif.; Anita Wiikins. 607H West- 1 


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Spnator .Tohnson's hopes in this 
Stale hav^ received a serios of severe 
n-vprsals, hut in jome respects the 
wid. .spread hostility to his candidacy 
by .N'ccro citiiens of California I)oh- 
scHsijis e.xceptionaljiignificancc', coming 
so .soon up6h_the libels, of his siiccess- 
tul fight for !'-e!ectlBn to the Senate 
»nd ! cpresentinij a'! fr does a repudia- 
tion hy a group '■of fvnters that largely 
suiiported liiiii in Wll. 

Ill the Senatorial carapj.ign of 1922 
Mr. Johnson succeeded in gaining the 
tiupiiort of No^ro cilizen-s- by prorais- 
inJK active a;i(l as(rre.-:sivf support of 
anii-lynChinB legislaiion thfn hefofe 
foiifrresB. Thn following .statement 
hy mo.c th:in 100 Negro vnttTs of 
Los .Kneelcs, amonc them prominent 
h'lsincsR men and women laywers, 
doctors Hnrl nifnibers of the clergy, 
spe-dk.s for itself. It is «,«liniatBd con- 


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James Wiggins, 635 Westminister 
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Rhodes, 540 Westminister Ave., Ven- 
ire, Cal.; D. B. ShefUeld,' 5r>9 West- 
minister Ave., Venice. Calif.; Mrs. 
Martin Sheffield, ' G59 Westminister 
Ave., Venice, CallL; N'ick Dighiomo. 
'544 Brooks Ave., Venice, Cal.: Mrs. 
Venus Cunningham, S65 Vt'estminis- 
er Ave.. Venice Calif.; G. A. Tabor. 
G07 Westminister Ave., Venice; Mrs! 
Mary Rhbdes, 540 West Venice; Afi- 
nttte Gilbert, 61.5 Westminister Ave., 
Venice;, Mrs. E. S. Baugh, l824 Bel- 
mar Place, Santa Monica; Mrs. Hattie 
\ndprson. 1811 Belmaf Place. Santa 
Vonica; Mrs. Mildred lieeKP, 1811 
Belniar TV, Santa Monica; K. II. Car- 
:or. li.lSn Santa Monica: Alex. Wil-,, 
liam. 1714 16lh St., Satjta Moni.;a; 
Mi.s. Annie E. Maxwell. 1701 5th St.. 
Sant:i Monica; J. B. Maxwell, 17<»1 
r>th St., Santa Monica ; Chas. Jackson. 
^332 W. S-Sth PI.. Ijos Angeles; Miss 
aesKje McSarty. \?A% W. 3.5th PI., os 
Ans'^les; Mr. Jame.i Strawn. 1295 W. 
.15th St., Lo's Angj?lp.s 
James Strawn. 12fl.' 
\ngelfs: Mr.'i. A. V. 
SK. :i5th I^., Los Antelei^Mr. Clifton 
Cloyd, ]23.'5 W. .'ioth PI., Ix)s Angeles; 
Miss Christian CHftpn f'loyil, 1295 W. 
$5th PI.. Los Angelas; Mr. Robert W. 


. Participating^ Carrier in Trai|s^ohtHi«*taV 
Intermediate Rateifr. v.' j,' 

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Steainchip Traffic to olid from Wil^iunigjton 

if ,, -rjj' and San-Pa^.ro .- .'.•*':■</ 

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• undertakers and J\jneral directors I 

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?eles: Mr. Paul J. 


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McCarty. 1338 W. 

Mrs. Ruble 

35th PL. Los An- 

Mccarty. 133.S W. 

Sjlli I'l.. Lo.s Angeles; M>. Bonnie 

Maddox, 1437 V.". 3(th St.. I.os .\nge 

les; Mrs. Iva Bennif Maddox, 143 

W. 3fith St., l.,os Anikeles 


Resolved, that In cnrapliance with ] C harl"s C. TeagI". president Cali- 
j r.erijon .I. prt>sl(lenlial pjimary act.jforcia Walnut Cifowcrs Association. 
this state ronfeionre of th(| League of j Sania Paula. 

... . .-. yi^^ rinronrp Collins Portrr, Srst 


C'oolidRp (lube of C'alifornjla, consist- 
ing of 100 delegates from a(ll congress 
diftrlrts of California, andi rep;resent- 
inri more than 100 Coolidge Republi- 
can clubs throughout the s^alp, tiereby 
rrealps and resolves itself info a 
state campaign rommitteelin support 
of the candidacy of Calvin Coolidge 
for President of th et'niked St,3les, 
and said state campaignj roiniiiittee 
hereby indoses the candltlacy of Cal- 
vin Coolidgf and indorses | that group 
of candidates who are selected by this 
conference and conventiqn as dele- 
gates to the national Repi)blican con- 
venticn and who file a prfjference for 
the candidacy of Calvin foolidge for 
President and who are to le voted ior 
at tlie presidential, primary on May 6, 
1924. on the Republican ticket, and 
that caid stale campaign committee 
shall file said indorsemcDs with the 
secretary of slate, and flat all acts 
and indo sements of this state ((mfer- 
ence ,of-. the Leogn.'i o! Cuolidgi' Re- 
publjcait Clu-bs of Callfoh ia shall be 
the-acts^and indorsements, of thi- state 
compalgn committee created in sup- 
port of Calvin Coolidge fcr I'resident 
of the United States. 

Ceolidge Candidate* ior' California 

Pirpt District: Slate Senator Fred 
C. Handy. UUab; Glcu (jl. , Murdock, 
Banta Boas, banker. | . 

Second DUtrlct— C- lit- Siergerstrom, 
Sonora. battkiBr, 'WiHbiita p. Lee, Au- 
burn, merchant, 

Third Dislrtet,: J. W. S.j Butler, lof- 
ater -presMent'Cslil. Bar Asso, Gacra- 
ipentor 'Vy. M. Vqaie, Martfnez, Dnder- 
skeriff. ' j ■ i , 

'Fourth District: Marshall Hale, San 
Francisco, mex-ciiant, Mrs: D. E. F. 
Efetstbn. flan Pranclacst,' Cljub- woman.'. 

Fifth DiBl^drJ..!'. SlJnehWJ, SaO 
FrantJiseo.- cattle -^uyw: A. W. John- 
eon, SuttFrancisco, luinlng mlln. 


woman to be elected as a member of 
th" Republican Comraillec, Lo.i An- 
.^elos. 

Krank C, Inrdan. California Secre- 
tary of State, .\uburn. ■> - 

C. (\ C'hapman. orange grpwer'and 
agriculturalist. Kiillr ton. 

Lnwis H. Smith, attorney, Fresno. 

Mr.s. Addle (larwood Estes, Presi- 
dent California W.CT.l'., }!.;rkeley. 


Public Auditors 
Public Stenographers 


Calvin Coolidge of VernionC, Presi- 
dent of the United States, has submit- 
t< d his candidacy to the people of Cal- 
ifo nia. His direct appeal for support, 
is. of course to the Reptfblican party 
in this State. Dun to the tremendous' 
Coolidge sentiment in ('aliforuia and 
tho indicjitions thereof in te formation 
of a.'xgressive CooHdiie for i'resident 
'irKaiiizaliones throughont Ihi' State, 
thn I'roBident's actiVK primary had 
been more or les;; accepted as a cor- 
..ainty. 

Yot the formal annourccnu-nl that 
he would be a oanditlate in Callto-nia, 
accompanied by publication of the 
names of those selected to manoge his 
campaign In this State, has served to 
redouble activity in his behalf. 

The Coolidge Campaign Committee 
comprises one of the strongest align- 
ments of Republican leaders in the po- 
litical history of California. The men 
themselves, Macshall Hale and 
Percy Long of San Francisco, Frank 
7. Merrlam of Long Beach, Ralph Ar- 
hold of Los Angeles and ItlarK; L. 
Requa of ^ Oakland, represent such a 
prepondtrance of Republican strength 
fn California a^ to indicate thai the 
group supporting Senator Hiram 
Johnson's aapMtloDs is-ooBfined larga- 
ly to hlft pertonal toUaWidg. 

In fact thie leaturo of Itbc Seuatorlg 
uamtHkign' Uau^beait' eiatituiBlsed troij 


xpf=^#f'^PJ^^::p,^ 


I.,os Angqles 
»rf> voters in California and thSl of | Pfti:! McCarly. W 
lh:s n\imber more than 80 per cent pnlns Mr. Leon I 
will support tvie Republican rrnsidcnt 
and his candidacy, 

' THE STATEMENT 

•Til"' members of the Republican 
1' ripctiie League and Citizens' Cora- 
mitton met toniglfr'and formulated a 
Coolidge-tiDr-Prrsvlpnt ( liib. We have 
Ijlfdged our suppoii at the primary 
election to he held in May. 1924. and 
also at the final electiim in November, 
1921. 

"Wc siand a- a tinit in denouncing 
the candidacy of Senator Hiram W. 
Joh;ison as a candidate for President. 

"We «upporled Senator Johnson in 
19-22 for I'niied Sj,ates'f Senator, but 
later found him unt'ue trtshis promises 
r-^lative to supporting the'^1)yer Anti- 
I.ynching Bill. Senator Johnson re- 
mained in "San Francisco until the bill 
was disposed of." 

Those -signing the foregoing In- 
clude: 

W. M. Quails. Gwendolyn Gordon. 
Charles Oliver. K. Burton Ceruti. 
Frank A. Gordon, W. M. Austin. K. C. 
Nelson. B. T. Spikes. John C. Spikes, 
Anna M. Spikes, Myrtle Mae Williams. 
Robert L. Williams. J. H. Jonas, Marie 
11. JonuB, James M. Croin. Mrs. Myrtle 
Croin, William Roherson, Joseph W. 
McKin'ney, Mrs. H. K. Prentice, Albert 
K.- Duncan. Foster -K. Kidney, N. L. 
L,oggins, M. C. Cooley, W. M. Patter- 
son, Lauretta Butler, Frank C. Twin- 
ed, Mrs. Julia Turof , Albert Bau- 
nmnn, Mrs. Rcsetta Bauman, John L. 
Krome. Mrs. Bf lie Krome, R. H. 
Hicks, (!. R. Arnold, (i. W. Wilson. J. 
W. (Sriffln', I'. T. McKim.- L. H. Rhine- 
bardt, Monroe Elgin, Leon Ragget, 
John H. Hicks, H. M. Moore. W. T. 
Broatley, i.. J. Raggett, Harry Hogan, 
EdgarA. WilliamB,NC!arence E. Di-ew, 
T. Arthur White, William J. Sutton, 
C.uB Conway, Hugo Hunter, Isaac 
Chubblo. Jess H. Graham, Ellis Ray, 
Joseph Freeman, L. Pearson, !•. B. 
Suddur, Edward R. Reynolds, F, W. 
Kedall, Jbhn' C. Neal, Eugene Serral, 
Frank Boss, J. P. 'White, W VT. 
Holihes, TS:. B, Thistle, H, B. Moore, 
H. B, Buller, Richard H. Wade,, Sam- 
uel H. Pool, Mrs. 8. E. Poor, S. S. 
Turner. W. T. Clegbbm, J. H. Shack- 
elford, Tom C, Carey, Madeline A. 
Carey. Robert White. Fred Edward 
Ory, Bllaab^th Cry, tF. C. Stancel, E. 
R. Chaise, A. King, H. H. Towles, Jas. 
P. Bratton/ J4r». M. L. Braftbn, Hob- 
ert-Ci-t)al«i8, A. R. DmwIs,, X Black> 
well,-Pi.:UMart. H. B. Smith. lEdnfryi 
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ROOMS 18 AND 19 
Cosmopol^an Bids:. 

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Phone: ^25-288 

If it is letters, lejgal papers of any 
kind, sermftns, addresses, c ■ anything 
in writing-type or ^crpt. WE DO I"!"! 
Work guaranteed. We can get you 
out 1000 letters in an hour's tlmtT We 
are open for business day and night— 
8 A. M. (o 11 P.*M. 

Oiir Equipment: Light-touch High 
Serial Number tyie writers. Dalton. 
Adding .Machines, Bur.-ougli's Adding 
and Listing Macbines, Burroughs' 
Auditing and ftapid! Calculating.' Mim- 
eograph Machine. Electrical Ediphonc 
and Business Ma'h'sl Dictaphone. 

C. A. BIGGBRS, A. M., Gen'l. Mgr. 

.Ohl' You Merry Widows I To the 
•trains of Sunnyland Jau'Easter Mon- 
(fty night. THIrtI and Main. Dancing 
•til «. ■ 

Moun: 1:30 to 4:3i> 

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Circu^ ' Urttinri k Specialty 

2613 Naoni Avenue 
Res. Phone: Humbolt 47S9-R 


* EQUIPPED WITH -eUR OWN HEARSE AND SEVEN 
X .'AS^5ENGEK CAR. WE ARE PREPAR^P TO DO SEBr 
I /ICE THAT WILL SATLa-'Y. ' 

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Cernblne bu'sihaas and pleasure — 
#00 the display. of our Tallora, Mlllin- 
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Spring Piiahion 8how, A^il Sitl at 
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Best knap in town — A five-room house, (Calif, stvie) alPt 
ilolled up; down payment $500.00, lotaf ?3500.o6. You t 
can'-t beatjit— lot 40x120— vSo hurry. | 

A largfei house of eight rooms on East 20th St., near -3 
Central Ave.; two baths and two toilets, only $2000 cash. * 
Large lot 45x14.5. ' * 

If you ■waaft something that's in a fine neighborhood, t 
that's different from the rest — we have it! Six-rooih -^ 
modern Bun^low, three hardwood floorsi two bed rooms, 
hardwood, floor den and a swelT dining room. East 57th 
St., Price $7500.00. _. » . 

Income property, we have it, two houses 6-^oom and 
kitchenette and one four-roorft. modern' bungalow in the 
rear bring $110.00 per month; $2500 cash, total $7500. 

One 4ive-room house (plastered nicely) on 35th St., 
near Central Ave. Garage, cellar, fire place; $1500.00 
Cash— it's a snap. ~ 

One 9-room house in Watts. $2500.00 total; $500.00 
down. Lot 50}iJ.20. Raise all the chick^s you want. 
Balance $25.00 psr month. ' ~. 

Another sflap in Watts, one five-room house (plaster- 
ed) for $300.00 down. Total $2500.00 ; bal. $20 per mo. 
porches. 

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BeKiBlng Monday, March 17th, U24. 
at the Mt Olive Baptist Church. S0«4 
East First Street, Boyle Heights. . 

The hour has come, the clock has 
struck when Jesus must get a heai^ 
Ing for Jesus, "And I, It I be lift- 
ed up from . the earth, wQl draw all 
men unto me". ,. 

Rev. A. t; Hlnes, the pastor of the 
First Baptist Church, Furlong 'Tract, 
will coDduct the meeting. A clean,; 
G^d called, chosen and sent Gospek 
pteaWier of Jesus "Christ. -^ 

Rev. A. T, Hines will be assisted by 
his people, Mt. piive, Boyle Heights 
Saints and others. Mt. Olive extends 
a cordial welcome to all. 

nev. W. R. HUTCHINSON, 
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5-Room House in the fron t and a 3-ro6m Galifomia 
j Bungalow in the rear, double parage, all modern conve- 
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$40.00 per month, cheaper than rent and the {property 
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Beneath the ;wlngg of night; 
There is an ear that never shuts 
. iWhen sink the beams- of light; 
there U a strength that never tires 

When human strength gives vcay; 
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NEW SPRING VALU 

WOODS REALTY C 

849 CE NTRAL AVE. TEL. ; 1 884-847 \ 

RENTALS -:- COLLECTIONS 

INSURANCE 

T. L. Wood* P. R. Smallwood 

Edw. A. Reese, Notary Public 


G-Rnom Modt-rn Home 
$900.n0. 

5-Room Stucco House 
$1000.00 

5-Rooiii Stucco $4500.00. Terms. 

13-Room Flat (lost- in. Income $140 
•per Mo. $4000.00 dcwn: Balance ea.fy. 

Several furnished, and unfurnished 
Apartment.-t For Kent. 



The Stranger's column was absent 
last week on account of illness and be 
writes this weiek in bed. He took the 
count from ol dman Cold and says he 
will not enter the arena with him 
again until he is better trained, and 
he sympathizeB with anyone who 
has toet bim recently because be has 
an awful wallop. 

Revs. VV, H. Thomas and D. Snlli 
van drove to Stockton Sunday where 
the former lield service for Rev. Harts 
who is conducting a. revival at the 
SeconM Baptist Church in Woodland. 

B. A. Johnson, the old veteran of 
many winters, returned from Oakland 
seriously ill and has been confined to 
his bed since under the care of his 
physician. 

Earl Gray is convalescing after an 
attack of flu and approaphing pneu- 
monia. He is able to go out now. 

Rev. W. H. Hughes, pastor os Shi- 
lo Baptist Chu--ch left early Monday 
morning for Pacific Grove to bring his 
wife and children lioine with hini7"~-- , 

Mrs. Georgia .lohnson, presented 
her muBic pupils in recital at Shiloh 
Baptist Ctiurch Thursday night and 
the public verdict was that it was a 
decided success. Bach number was 
well rendered, and the pupils seenied 
pleased with the opportunity of a 
public appearance. The pupils were 
Dolores Frazier, Anita Armstrong. 
Clarissa Hundley. Agnes Hughes, 
Isabella St. Clair. Benjamin Harvey. 
Cordelia Kendall. Flossie Kendall, 
Mrs. Emma Ale.xander and Mrs. Ella 
Mills. 

Dr. J. H. Wilson; preaiding elder, 
passed thru the city Saturday night 
enroute to MarysvlUe Tor Sunday. 

Rev. J. H. Riddle, p-istor of Bap- 
tist Church at Marysville. was in the 
city Thursday on business. 
• Don't forget Star Club's Easter Ball 
at te Native Son's Hall. ': 

Mrs. J. B. White has returned from 
Pittsburgh where she went to be with 
her sister who was very ill. 

Rev. T. Allien Harvey left early 
Monday mnrninc for tin- ini'i-winter 
session of the Zion A. M. E. vCiiurch. 


The Star .Club will give an BMtar 
BaU at the Native Son's Hall. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Flood, Jalla May 
Herron and Mr. and Mrs. Adolpb 
Scott drove t<i Oakland for Sunday. 

The Star Club will give an Eaater 
BaU at the Native Sons' Hall Monday 
AprU 21at. 


FRESNO 


The Heart of a Hero was drama- 
tized at Bethel A. M. E. Church Mon- 
day, night by the members of the (tain- 
tillan Club, an organization composed 
of High School and college students, 
• nd 16 under the dlrectllon of Mrs. 
Irene Hinds and Mrs. Sadie Slm«. 
The pifoductiott was so weir presented 
that praise was heard on every hand. 
The leading characters all played 
their parts with marked abnity and 
special mention of any single partici- 
pant could hardly be made without 
seeming lack of apprecialtion of the 
splenclid performance of others. 

The entire cast acquitted them- 
selves with credit. The staging, the 
colorful surroundlnga, .the beautiful 
flowers in the first and second scenes 
in the yard of Westover Mansion, all 
combined in the achievements of a 
great success. 

It may 'with propriety, however be 
here stated that much credit is dtie 
Mrs. Hinds and Mrs. Sims in rehears- 
ing the students for the past two 
months and their alertness and quick 
response enabled the participants to 
follow in order the trend of the pro- 
duction without the slightest delay 
which added to the success ^ttained. 

Another feature which was most 
pleasinR and highly e^jtertaining was 
the part played by Percy Bpst's on- 
chestra. Selections between the ^acts 
were rendered by. tbeim and would do 
credit to any pdofe^ssional aggrega- 
tion. The cast of characters wer§ as 
follows: • 

Squire Westover, father, Bei-t Gues.s 
Miss Salina Westover, daughter. Miss 
Marcellne Gibson; Miss Caroline 
Westover, the aunt. Miss A}arie Orr; 
Miss Tillie Sloan, village belle. Miss 
•Dorothy Hinds; Mr. Payne, city fel- 
low, Mr. Percy Clarke; Mr. Seth .Mar- 
lo\j. the hero. Mr. Ben Watkins; Mr. 
Denton, villian, Mr. Lindsay Watkins; 
Mr. C>rus Bodkins, farmer, Mr. Wil- 
lie Burns; Em. the maid. Miss Mamie 
Pilkerton; Robert, office boy, Gene 
Hinds. 

The i)lay will be reproduced l)y the 
Qtiintilian Club at the 2ml Baptist 


NOTICE OPHCARINa OF PCTITION 
FOR PROBATC OF W\\.L 

In the •wperlor C»urt of ttM .SUU of 

CaUfornIa In and for the County 

of Lo« Ana«lM 

In the matter of the Sstata ot 
GRANT SMITH, Deceased. < 

Notice is hereby given that the'pe- 
ttUon of Robert H. ^mith for the Pro- 
bate of WiU of Grant Smith, Deceased, 
and for the iayuance of Letters testa- 
mentary thereon to him will be beard 
at 2 o'clock P. M., on the 26th day of 
March, 1924, at the Court Room of 
Depart 1, of the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and lor the 
County of Los Angeles. 
Dated March 4th, 1924. 

L, E. LAMPTON, County Clerk. 

By: H. H. DOYLE, Deputy. 
E. C. Jennings. 

Attorney for Petitioner. 
Date of flrst publication, March 7, 
1924. -3-4-r-3. 


SUMMONS 


RACHEL 


No. D-23847 

HOLLOW AY, PlalnUif. 

J. H. nbLLOWAT, Defendant 


The People of the< State ot Calitop 
Ola send Greetings to: • « 

J. H. JiOL.LOWAY.Defen'iaot. 

You are directed to appear In an aj 
'ion brought against you by the abovi 
3amed plaintiff, in the Superior Court 
3t the County of Los Angeles, State 
of California, and to answer the com- 
plaint therein within ten days after 
the service on you of this Summons, 
if served within the County of Los 
Angeles, or within thirty days if serv- 
ed elsewhere, and you are notified 
that unless ou appear and answer aS 
above required, the plaintiff will take 
judgment for any money or damages 
demanded In the Complaint, as aris- 
ing upon contract, or will apply to the 
Court for any other relief demanded 
In tiie Complaint. 

Given under my hand and seal of 
the Superior Court of the County of 
Los Angeles. State of California, this 
5th day of September, 1923. 

L. E. LAMPTON, County Clerk 
By: ROY GOFF, Deputy. 

E. C. Jennings, Attorney for Plain 
tiff, Bryson Bldg.. Los Angeles, C%L 

Date of flrst publication, Jan. 4, 19S4 



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NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITltjN 
FOR PROBATE OF WILL 


being held at Palo Alta. .'«-+li;' tall ,1,^ pastor- with $25.00 for cement and 


Church at an early date and another I 'n the Superior Court of the State of 
criwderi house is anticipated a.-* many ! California in and for the County 
who heard the pr'-formance wisli to: , of^-Los Angeles 

he present again. The club presented | , No. 66729 


CHARLES C. J. WnHAMS 



Licensed Real Estate Broker 

FLATS -:- APARTMENT HOUSES 

If you Mean Bustaess I Can S«t^.You, 

I Have Just What You Want 

6-Rooin Bungalow, vacant. West of 
Central; $6,500.00—12000.00 I dowrf. 
$^0.00 or more per mo., including in- 
terest. Move in. 

6-Room Bungalow all brick, aib<>ut 8 
years old. $6500.00; $2000.00 ^dewn, 
about $50.00 or more per mo., includ- 
ing interest. 

10-Room two-story house, West of Central, first class' 
condition, $10500.00; $5000.00 down, about $75.00 per 
month, including interest. Six regular bed rooms, sleep- 
in; porch ; 3 tolets. , 
Bargain — Run Quick! ; 
12-Room Modem Two-Stpry house, hardwood floors, 8 
regular bed rooms. Price $8500,00; $4500.00 down, 
about $60.00 pter month including interest. West 
Central Ave., good for roomers. 

For Real Good Property and Good Buys, ConKs to 
Me — Pr(q>erty all Over the City. • 
NOTARY PUBLIC 
OFFICE: 1313 CENTRAL AVENUE 
Office Phonfe: Met. 534^ Res.: Humbolt 4j 


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session BiHhop 1.. \V. Kyle si^id 
all appointments were tenlatVe. 
tlmesome folk are looking forwa: 
some changes being made at thi.s 
time. 

The — ^French Model laundry has 
grown until it had need of a main line 
and tTieir new number in now Main 
310. A new h ilding. new miChinery. 
^ew delive:y truck added to the fleet 
and now a new phone number. Watch 
iheni grow. JE. W. Robinson is senior 
member of the lirni and oiiened the 
first eight hour laundry in the city. 

Frank Butler, the pioneer barber, 
cloned the doors ot his Capital Hotel 
liarber Shop Satiuday nifiht forever. 
The chairs of his shop have held most 
of the notable and near great in Cal- 
ifornia. The passing, of ra»ny of the 
old timers and the moving up of the 
business district, and father time are 
all KOntributing cadges to the decision 
of ilK Butler to turn the key over 
fo.- the^last time Saturday night. Wjth 
the- passing of|the shop goes the pass- 
ing of a I'aiwiliar character, Archie 
Christopher, the porter who was, well 
known to patrons and others. J 

Wedding bells I O wedding J)ells I 
Somewhere last Tuesday or tHlnes- 
day rung out joyfully for Alff^t A. 
Logati of this city and Miss Myrtle 
Gibbons of Marysville. They drove in- 
to the old town late Sunday evening 
and unpacked at the bcautifull home 
he bought and fuinished up tor two 
out at 2750 4':nd Street, where they 
will greet their friends. Tho groom i?., 
a member of a prominent family' of 
this city and, the brifje a popular 
yotMig lady of Marysville. Both are 
well known and lino young (oik and 
the Stranger joins them in their hap- 
py and joyous bliss. 

Chas. Bailey spent several days last 
week in. San Francisco visiting Ben 
Tu.k who has been in the hospital 
there for severar*eeks. TUrk seems 
to haye an even chance with odds 
probably against him. 

D^aths-^Mrs. Olivia Prentice, age 
32, died, at Weimar Sanitorium, March 
1, 1924, after (jeveral weeks illness. 
She w«S; a- member of Shiloh Baptist 
Church and a very active civic" and 
fraternal woiker. For a long time she 
was prominent in the Household of 
Ruth and Court ot Calanthe. She 
leaves a litle daughter, Dolores, a hus- 
band, Walter, mother and father, Mr. 
and Mrs.. Robert Button of Loa An- 
geles and a sister, Mrs. Ida Oliver of 
Vallejo,, Calif. She was a native of 
Missouri. Funeral . was held Tuesday 
f.om Slloh Baptist Church, Rev. W. 
H. Hughes officiating. Burial in Odd 
Fellows Lawn Cemet(Jry, Arthur 1). 
Fentou in charge. 

Mrs. Louise Roblson, age 63 years, 
entered Into rest March 2nd after 
several months illness. She was the 
wife of the late William Roblson ^and 
leaves a loving daughter Mrs. ^Ima 
Chiles. She ^was a native of Louisiana. 
^f. Fred A. Hugliea ofBciat'ed and^ 
Morris Doggett was In- change, burial 
was jniule In Odtl f]eIlQ)Vs, LsWn Cem- 
etery., --ifv .•«:!;'-; • . 


added $35.00 to their treasury. 

Airs. Carte.- entertained the mem- 
bers and directress ot the Quintilian 
Club in their home Thursday eve- 
ning at an elaborate reception. Dinner 
was served in cour.ses. The table was 
suggestive of Sprinc. A beautiful bo- 
quet of flower.s was ni the center. 
.Much interest is shown in the plans 
and suKKfStions that wen" discussed 
fcr ; Rising money with which to con- 
tinue th$< construction of the new ed- 
ifice at "E" and San .Joaquin streets. 


In the Matter of t\e EstaVe'of EV- 
.\NS N'. HARRIS. Deceased. 

Notice is hereby given tlwt the pe- 
tition of James H. Shackelford'- for 
the Probate ot Will of Evang N. Har- 
ris, Deceased, and for the issuance 
of Letters tostamentary thereon to 




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make loans and write Fire Insurance o nanything^that ia 4 
insurable. Cur pi^ices can't be beat. If you 4**''* any- 
thing in our line, see us QuickC We are always on hand 
and ready to serve our patrons. , Not to* our best advan- 
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DUARTE, CALIF. 


Last Week the home of Mr. *ind 
Mrs. Castle was totally destroyed. 
Nothing wa.s saved from the blaze. 
The house was partially covered with 
insurance. 

The new A. ;\I. E. Church, now un- 
der construction, will soon be coveved. 
This beautiful new edifice will be a 
credit to the community when it is 
ilnish<:d. 

The Ladie.s Art .and Literary Slub 
gave a shower fo-.'Mr. and Mrs. Cas- 
tle last week Monday. 

Sunday was a great day at the First 
A. M. E. Church. The pastor preached 
at the mornin;? service. There were 
four now members taken in. At 3 
o'clock p. m. the services were in 
charge of the Women's Mite Mission- 
ary Society. Mrs. Anderson, one of the 
Gene.al Secretaries of the Missionary 
Department, delivered an excellent 
address on "Missionary Work". The 
adie.s from our sister chnrrhos, Pasa- 
dena and Monrovia were present in 
large numbers to hear Mrs. Anderson. 

Mrs. Anderson greatly impressed 
the Indies as being a zealous worker 
for God. Mrs. Andcr.son was accom- 
panied by the State President, Mrs. 
James Washington and Si.'^ter fehell, 
also a member ot the State Mission- 
ary Society. 


MONROVIA 


One of the most brilliant affairs of 
the season was the dancing party giv- 
en at tlichardson's Cafe on last Sat- 
urday evening. The affair was compli- 
menting the birthday of Miss Hazel 
Robinson. ■>. 

About forty guests were present. 

The out-of-town guests included, 
Mrs. Ocie Rowland, Miss Ruth ' Lee, 
Mrs. 'Vivian Lee, Mlss Mae Bell Beeks, 
Miss Lucille Austin, Miss Martha Aus- 
tin, Mr. Leonard Howard, Mr. Harold 
Lee, Mr. Caraille Dardene, Mr. Walk- 
er Briu^e, Mr. Edward Shaw, Mr. Mc- 
Kee, Mr. Centers. Dainty refrestljents 
were served and all of the guestj -de- 
parted declaring Miss Robinson an 
ideal hostess. ^ 


.March, 1924. at the Court Rbom of 
Department 1 ot the Superior Court of 
the State ot California, in and for 
the County of I>os Angeles. 

Datt'd February 26, 1824. 

L. E. LAMPTON', County Clerjt 
By: H. H. Doyle, Deputy. 
E. ('. JENNINGS, 1 ; 

Attorney for Petitioner. 

Date of first publication Feb. 29 
1924. 


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We Make Furniture and Cabinets 4tf AH 
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If Yeu are Going in Business see us for Your 
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We Manufacture It 

We have a full line of PLOUGH'S DLaCK AND 
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The past w«ek has iMMMied stirr- 
ta>k times among' ui, hmrever, not ot 
Ute nature that one desires to see. 
Oii(dya Beal, grand daughter of the 
vst^ well known Mr. Beal of Redlands 
.dlsanpeared frgni her iome on last 
PrjBAy. (She Pks aUylng with Mr*, 
denhall, -faer grandmother, of thlk 
iif). Search was made for' her by all 
liable means, flttally locating her 
on 4 ranch near Redlands. 

Mr, TibbB, an employee of a local 
garage narrowly escaped death when 
{lis car stalled on the railroad on 
Sixth and I streets, in the path of a 
Santa Fee Umited. Mr. TIbbs escaped 
by abandoning he car. "the care, was a 
total wreck. ; 

Three young men, one an employee 
of a market, are being held by -the 
city under suspicion for complliclty 
in the robbery of the cash registers 
of the same igarket. The police say. 
that hnttons tprn off the rest climb- 
ing through the transom led to the 
apprehension of the parties. 

Mr. Hamiltoij of 1220 Spruce street, 
has been taken ta the hospital at Los 
Angelta for treatment of his tonsils. 
His attacks are recurrent and severe. 
Mrs. Anderson, wife of Chaplain W. 
T. Anderson both of whom are visit- 
ing in Los Angeles, will address the 
Missionary society of St. Paul A. M. 
E. Church Sunday at 2:80 o'clock. 
Mrs. Washington, State President will 
be with her. 

The Brothers oi the Baptist Church 
entertained the Sisters in a banquet 
Friday evening. This was their price 
of being beaten in a rally. 

Brother Williams has returned from 
his visit to his sister's bedside. He 
reports her much improved. 


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Mn. AUn 4MMnl tbs ctf6n»'iritta 
some special numbers wh}pb were 
much appreciated. 

The Woman's Missionary Society 
of Allen Chepel will be entertained 
.Thursday attbe parsonage' b; Mrs. 
Simons. 

The Busy Bees will give a big tur- 
key ainntr MUrch 14th inihe basement 
of the A. M.B!.^ Church. Everybody Is 
invited to hel^ make it a success. We 
are looking for a big croVd to help 
eat the turkeys. Come one, come;all. 

Mother Chandler and Mrs. H. John- 
son are still confined to their, homes 
because ot lltlness. ' 

' Riverside has taken on quite a busi- 
ness air. In the last month there has 
been solid and bought araoqg the coU- 
ored people e^^ homes. Real estate 
purchasing by the newcomer to River- 
side, is quite bommen. 


BAi^ERSFIELD 


Miss Hallle 
President, was 


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Banquet. Phone us for 'Information. Soda Waters, Cream 
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Mrs. Chaa Burke, Gen'l. Mt|r. 


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DR. CORNELIA EVANJS, 

CmROPRACTOR ! 

Hours: &0-2; And by Appointment 


Mrs. I>illic Pearson, of Lilfle Itouk. 
Ark., has jc.ined her husband who has 
liet^ii in our city for some two months. 
.Mr.s. Person was entertained with a 
dinner on the 2!?th of February at ttfe 
reside'nCi' of Mrs. O. Gravith, 140:; E. 
Street. .A spread was laid for eighecn. 
Mis.s Julia Shackelford of San Francis- 
co was the suest of honor. Mrs. Pear- 
.son lil<eR Sunny California so well 
that shf contemplates makin.!; FVeSno 
her lionie. 

.\'r.s. rrawford is very ill. 
The leap year soc:ial feiven by fie la- 
dies Art and Industrial Club was an 
enjoyable feat for young and old. 
; ngft Tyltinie. tin'^n.ea os.oelt iCuaZz 
j Zii>n .\ M. K. rhurth began a ten 
; (lay revival Sunday. .Services were 
I well attended throuKhont the week 
1 The A. F. & A. M., (;. I'. (). O. F.. 
j and K. & A. M. extended the hand of 
I wfUoiDe to the Supreme Royal Circle 
rf Friends of the World. Thuru'lay 
eveninp. March 6. The four ha.e unit- 
ed for the upward climb of the race. 
The .S. H. C. of F. of W. proRram 
wan a dream in dreamtand. Program 
was as follows: 
Song 

Invocation. I5r. H. H. .Mitehell 

i^onK 

Welcome' Addreas-^^ . Dr. .Miichell 
Instrumental Duet ■.. 

.Misse.s Alberia Uos.s and Elsie Can- 
on . 
Address C. c. Day D. S' S. 

Recital Mrs. E. Know- 

Piano Duett 

."Misses KUen and Elizabeth Ivjtlves 

tiong— -iJenediction. 

Refreshments served. 

Mifses Helen Berry, Odessa Koks, 

and Geraldine Berry captured the 

prize on fancy and delicions cake bak- 

Funeral seryices were held at £5ec- 
ond Baptist Church at 10 a. m. for 
.Mr. William Hancock, who was acci- 
■dently killed when his team became 
friKhtened at the approadi of an au- 
toniohile. ran into a tree and threw 
Mr; Hancock out of his wagon, frac- 
turing his skull. Mr. Hancock lived 
but a few minutes after the accident. 
Mr. Ha'ncoc^k leaves a widow and a 
host of friends to mourn his loss. Dr. 
II. H. Mitchell, of; Second Baptist 
Church offlciat'ed at the interment, 
which was in Mou'iltaio View fnie- 
^ery. 

Everybody invited to attend the F. 
H. C. Mothers' Day program, March 
14th. Mrs. E. Know, chairman in 
charKe. 

The charming daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. M. Ilatnilton was united in 
hoiy matrimony Wednesday evening 
at 5:00 p. m. to Mr. Robert Hodnett, 
at the residence of the brfcie's par- 
ents. I 

Mfebel Ilamtltou, the little daughter 
of Mr. and .Mrs. Noah Hamilton is 
very ill. * 

Mrs. Porter Dixon is doinR nicely, 
to the delight of her many friends 
and relatives. 

Watch the Supremo Royal Circle of 
FriendR of the World. The S. R. C. of 
F. ot W. Plans another wonderful pro- 
gram on the 6th inst, also Easter so- 
cial Watch for instaWlation of officers. 
U. Berry, U. S. Phone 4488-.J. 


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i.ENGLISfl 

! l>OVLTRY ANb EGG^ 

Hwidquarten for Turkeys, Gsese, DuckB 'and Chickens. W« 
dress them while you wait. We retail at wholesa|e prices. 

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The A. M. E. ChurC, had a dollfsht- 
ful banquet with a large percent of its 
members present. Successful plans 
were effected for the church's future 
welfare. Everyone went away feeling 
fine. 

Qtiarterly meeting March 9lh. sec- 
ond Sunday. Rev. Washington will flUl 
his plkce as orator of the day,. The 
presiding Eider has a large crowd, 
waiting for him. , 

Miss IJallie Q. Brown wis a delight- 
ful entertainer, last Sun4ay evening 
at Allien Chapel. 


Q. Brown, National 
the guest of Central 
Section CInb Women. She appeared at 
the American Legion to a packed 
house. Mi^. S. Person, Third 'Vice 
President Central Section, introdiiced 
Mrs. Pearl Lowery Winters wo in 
turn introduped the elegant speaker, 
Miss Brown. Miss Bi^iwn's address 
was great aAd an iniipiration to all. 
Mrs. F. T. Walker presented Miu 
Brown with a beautiful basket of 
flowers. 'Violin Solo by Mr. Arthur 
Molton. Contralto Sole by Mrs. Win- 
ters. " ■ • j 

The club ladles entertained Mies 
Brown at tea at the .home of Mrs. 
Winters. Over one hundred women 
called during the afternoon. 

RETURN ENGAGEIHCNT 

Thursday evening, March 28th, 
Miss Brown apjpeared at the A. M. K 
Church for the N. A. A. <:. P. and for 
Coleridge Taylor K,owery Musical 
Club, Friday evening the 29th in re- 
cital. Little Susie Pinkney made the 
welcome speech. The fllee Clug sans 
■'I love ycu, California." 

Vocal Solo, Miss Juanita Warren, 
Piano Soln -Miss Margie Drisdon; 
"Somewhere a Voice is calling". Clubs 
Saxophone Solo. .Mr. Oleenarven How- 
ard: Twelve beautiful numbers by 
Miss Browii. All scool children were 
delighted with the artist. I am sure 
that all enjoyed this great artiist. 

The Quarterly Mothers' Day held 
Baptist Church. March 16ih. Mrs. .\n- 
pa Colllins, Chairman. Club Song; 
Prayer. Chaplain. Miss Loulr Walker; 
Duett. Mrs. S. Person. Mrs. A. Colins. 
Piano Solo. Margi«» Drlsden: Cliprus 
Coleridge Taylor Lowery. Musical 
Cluh; The Training of Children, Mrs. 
J. J. Pinkney, Mrs. M. L. Huston, Rev. 
.1. T>. Crawford. 

Mothers" Club was entertained at 
the ho:ne of M^.s. F. W. Wevt. Six 
new members joined. Mrs. A. CoUns 
presided. The: subject was "Go to 
school day" Delicious refreshment!^ 
were sercved. 

Golden West Women's Cllub met 
Wednesday March 5th. Mrs. S. Pf-r 
son presided. Cotumunicatlons. Mrs. 
Straton Smith, superintendent of Mus- 
ic. Mrs; L. Steward, Chairman of 
board of State Federation. Resolu- 
J-tiona. Crime and its cause. The effect 
I of Prohibition. "The Dope ftifts. Peace 
Conference, World Court, etc. .Iiive- 
nile Work and cases reported by state 
officers. Methods of handling same. 
Educational work reported by state 
nlBcers. Child I>abor. etc. Chairman 
Education. Miss S. Warren. Program 
March 10th. ! 

I)psr Co^work.'jrs: — 1 asiking our 
cluh wcmien all over 1*«.,50untry to re- 
new Our active interest in^SS-i^hai per 
tains to ways and means ot t 
tional. 

As chairman of the Great National. 
I'd love for California to bring back 
the Gold Medal. Will yoii please ad- 
Vise all clubs in your section. Thank- 
ing you for all kindness shown our 
National I^resident. Miss Krown. 
Yours for continued success, 

pp:arl lowery winters. 
Chairman NVays and Means. 

SEAffLE NEWS 

By F. R, Brooks 

Tho Marine Assorialinn is doing a 
big huHiness. and also agod busineea 
by putting a lot of unemployed men 
to, work. I'll say so. It's what you call 
a life saver. Lieutenant J. A. Rastom. 
president of te Assoriation. is a grvat 
man and is doing a grea twork tor his 
people. Monday evening, March 3rd. 
the Marine Association gave a ball at 
Renton Hall in honor of the S. S. H. 
F. Alexander, and there was a record 
breaker crowd in attendance. Mr. 
W'obb's orchestra officiated. S. S. Al;px- 
ander leaving po^t March 4th for Cal- 
ifornia with 95 colored emplo>;^cs 
aboard. What's the matter with Lieu- 
tenant .1. A. Rastom? He's ail rlKhf, 

Charles Adams and his Jazz band re- 
turned to w-ark sit the Strand Dance 
Hall Tuesday night after, a lay off of 
four weeks, on account Of misunder- 
standing in regard to Local No, 4aS. 
F. of M. As tings are all satisfactorily 
settled now, we hope there will be no 
'Dore trouble. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. arris of 210 Douglas 
apartments entertained with a card 
party and dancing party at the Elk's 
Home, Saturday evening, March 1st. 
in honor ot her two sisters, Mrs. Al- 
berta C. Daniels and Miss Maude 
Mayes. Fifty guests were present- and 
enjoyed themselves until th(t wee 
small hours in tfte morning. Mrs, A. C. 
Daniels left Tuesday night March 3rd 
for her home at Winnepeg, Canada. 
Isabel Croppalna,h mh mh_m hm hm 

Messrs. J. C. Paynp and Lawrence 
Woods gave their recital in Tacoma, 
last night, to a crowded house, an<I 
will sing .In Portland, Oregon, March 
10th, fhen'oh to dear old CaIIifc(rnia. 

The city election will be the center 
of attfactjon till after March 11th. Wo 
are oi* our tip toes to re-elect E. J. 
Brown, Hurrab! Hurrah! 


' Juaw AMthi SOJS Seat Madlfon St 
the famous sheep butcherl was- la^' 
off Bi^''H»e Pryea Packing Company 
laiioftiiltetr. Wilt acceptar position on 
a seagoing vessel at the Arst oppor- 
tunity. And now be is at liberty. 

Subscribe for The California Eagle. 
Biggest and best colored journal on 
the Pacific coast. Price |2.00 per year. 
Cain F. R. Brooke, East 1344 and 
make ar^iangements. He is the agent 
for The California Eagle. ThaJAks. 


UkANI A. & African 
Comnnnities League 

The greatest "moveerit in the His- 
tory of the Black People of the^'world. 
One God. one aim, one^ destiny. 

The Universal Improvement Associ- 
ation and African Communities 
League wants every black man and 
wtmian to become an active member 
of the organization. If you have pride. 
It you feel that by co-operation we can 
make conditions better in this State 
and other states, if you believe that 
the black hOy tr black girl is the e- 
cjual of ottie'y "ooys and girls of other 
races, then prove it now by co-operat- 
ing to demonstrate our manhood and 
womanood, not by talking, but by do- 
ing things. We respect the rights of 
all mankind believing always in the 
Brotherhood of man and the father- 
hood of God. 

Tlie general objects of the Univer- 
sal Negro Improvement Asso. ft Afri- 
can Communities League are: To es- 
tablish a universal confraternity 
among the race; to promote the spirit 
of pride and love; to administer t,o and 
assist the needy: to assist in civili- 
ing the back wood tribes of Africa; to 
strengthen the nationalism of Inde- 
pendent State in Africa; to establish 
C( :n)n!SHionaries or agencies in the 
principal countries of the world (or 
the protection of all Bla<:k People, 5r- 
rcspective of nationality; to tslab- 
iish universities, coleges and school 
or the racial education and culture of 
our yoiirig men and women; to con- 
duct; a worldwide tominerrial and in- 
dustfial intercourse fcr the benefit of 
the face; to work for betterment of 
Black People. If these objects do not 
appeal to you. then you are dead to 
all! sense of race pride aud race man- 
hood.' 

Meet every Sunday afternoon at 3 
o'clock, liir, 1 East Adnm Street. Lo.s 
Angeles Division No. 156. 


LDiCOLN NEWS 

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Chicago. 111.. Feb. "r,.— The second 
quadrennial convention of ihe'l.incolu 
LeaKi.e of America came to a close 
here at noo'n on yesterday. It was the 
gr<?BtPst meeting since th,- Jycapue's 
organization. 

46 States Reprasinted ' 

TIm re was a large aicendance upon 
the convention. Forty six states were 
repre.seuted. As the pr.^sident. Roscoe 
C. Simmone put it in his opening re- 
marks, delegates were present 'sfroni 
an far East as Boston in the person of 
.Mr. Clarence Matthews an^ his dele- 
gation; from as far West ;\s Los .An- 
geles. California, in the person of .lo- 
seph Bass, editor of The California 
Eagle; from as far South as Florida, 
and as far North as the Canadian 
line". .• 

Th" convention was called to order 
at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning in the 
'auditorium of Bethel A. .M. E. Church 
by the president of the Lincf)ln' 
League. Roscoe C. Simmons: After ■'his 
opening renprks. .tames G. Cotter, As- 
sistant I'nited States Attorney for the 
northern district of Illinois, delivered 
the welcome address. Charles H. Cal- 
loway. Kan.-'ipB City lawyer, responded. 
The Revereild W. W. Lucas, pastor of 
Instltutionar .A. M. E. Church, was in- 
troduced and spoke bri.ifly. 

President Simmons then appointed i 
the following committee's: 

('.•edential.s: .1.. Finley Wil.son. 
Vi'ashington. D. ('.. Chairman. 

.Address to the Country: Charles A. 
Coitrell. Toledo. Ohio, chairman. 

Waye and Means: Homer G. Phil- 
lip.3i St. Louis. Mo., chairman. 





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The Black .-American Development 
Co. 1,'?1.') K. 12th St.. has advanced 
another step forward by adding to its 
organization, George >I. Maunder, to 
mana :o the., insurance department. 
Mr. Maunder, formerly of Seattle, 
Wasbriuglon. attended the IJncohi 
High School aud Wilson's Modern 
Business College of that city. He also 
served in the World War ilh 

thirteen months' service overM^a ser- 
vice;., filling the following positions 
chief cl^rk Battalion Headciuartcrs. 
Camp Lewis; Acting Supply Sergeant 
Camp (Irant: Personnel Sergeant and 
Acting Sergeant, .Majot- ."iaOth Machine. 
Ouu Bu., In France, later being tran.<5- 
ferred to the Officers' Training School 
at LanpreB. France. ' 

Mr. Maunder served two years as 
Rtorenian, Supply and Accounts Dopl., 
Mare Island Navy Yard, Cal.. also en- 
gaging in real estate and insurance 
and notary public business in Valllojo, 
Cal.. under the tutelage of .\ir. .lohu 
W. Fowler, and Mr. Walter Uullcr ot 
Oakland, Cal. 

The new insurance manarer is an 
accountant, and has served several 
years in secretarial work, two years 
of which were spent as executive sec- 
retary of the 'Vallejo Branch, K. A. A. 
C. -P. In this wprk Mr^ Maunder has 
worked out many racial tangles .inU 
helped -many members of our prcup 
v.-ho have deeded assistance from this 
organiEation. 


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EVERYONE SHOULD HELP. 

Recently our attention has been called to the work^of the 
Chil(KnTHonie Society, located at Twenty-pfth street and 
Griffith Ave Mrs. John J. McNeil, a very i>"£^^^"l« -J^J" 
(a member of the race) called our especial ^ttention tO che 
work of this institution right in our midst, yetj has practically 
received not the slightest attention from us. i ^ 

This Children's Home Society is perhaps ^ne of the most 
helpful in this section for it cares for unfortunate infants who 
are left, for many reasons, parentless in the w^ld. 

The home knows no color creed nor reli^on. The little 
black baby receives the same attentiofi that the white baby 

' does. L u V. 

But this home is sponsored by noble womfen w-ho nave 
heeded the call of the infant cry fromHhe hovfel and mansion 
alike and these women are asking the citizens of this com- 
munity to help support this home that dependfe entirely upon 
charity.' Will the Black people sit idly by andjlet others take 
care of their needs? So long as we practice tWis sort of ihing 
just so long will we be considered a baby ra&e. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION OR THE POLICE DEPART- 
MENT— WHICH IS TO BE BLAMED. 

Again our attention has been called to gra(ve miscarriage 
of justice on the part of our Civil Srevice Commission. 

In obedience to the call for more men in the City Police 
Department, three educated, physically fit Colored men w'ent 
into the examination, passed, and were later notified to report 
for duty to Captain Graham, as there were some two hundred 
and eighty-five vacancies in the department. When they re- 
ported. Captain Graham told them to return i the next day. 
They did so, and at this time were informed ^at there was 
nothing open right then, but advised them to: return to the 
Civil Service office and fill out a blank requesi:ing that their 
names be retained on the l^igible list until sonjie vacancy oc- 
curred. "Diis they did, and were about to leavje the Commis- 
sioners' office when the girl who waited on thehi called them 
. back and informed them that they had omitted something. 
They asked what it was and were informed treat they would 
have to stipulate on "ttie blank, "IF ANY VACANCIES OC- 
CURRED IN THE COLORED RANKS." i 

Now, what we want to know is this — Is the Police Depart- 
ment segregated ? If not, why were men way j down below 
Messrs. Norris, Potter and Smith on the list, put to work and 
these men still waiting? i 

If Chief Vollmer stands for the square deal that he has 
promised all men who qualify — we want to knowj if he is aware 
of the deal that the Civil Service is putting ov^r in the case 
of these men and if not, why not? 


THE JOHNSON CASE. 

After a legal struggle that stretched over a period of sev 
, eral weeks the jury in the case of L. M. Johnson AMho was charg- 
ed with murdering one Harry Harris, brought ih a verdict of 
- Mansfeughfer with a recommendation for lienenqy. 

This has been a long drawn out cas. It Was practically 

■proven in. the very beginning of the trial that Johnson killed 

in self defense, but solely because of his color, the prosecution 

represented by a Mr. Castillo made a desperate fight tti convict 

"Johnson of first degree murder. 

Atty. Ceruti assisted by Atty. Joseph Ford, made a valient 
fight for Johnson, whom we believe, under the j just ruling of 
Judg&l'amell, will be given probation. i 


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Wlierever the pulpit is usurped by a formalist, then is the 
worshipper defrauded and disconsolate. We shr^k as soon as 
the prayers begin, whiclrdo not uplift, but smite and offend us. 
But the true preacher can be known by this, tha^ he deals out 
to the people hislife — life passed through the fi^e of thought. 


No man is asahmed of himself; he skulk^ and sneaks 
through. the world, to be tolerated, to bp pitied, a^d §carcely in 
a thousand years does any man dare to be wise ajnd. good, and 
Bo draw after him the tears and blessings of his ifund. We are 
confronted with two kinds of error which is the] cause of ' our 
unbelief and* our getting away from the principles of Christiaai- 
ity? And what greater calamity can fall upon ^ nation than 
the loss of worship-7-all things go to decay. Genius leaves the 
temple, literature becomes frivolous, science is cold, the- eye of 
youth is not lighted by the hope of -other worjd^ and age is 
without honor. 


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It is alright to be an upholder of the law to Ithe extent of 
fleeiag that the guilty pay for his crimes, but there should also 
be the same amount of energy and protection given, the inno- 
cent who are being charged with crime and who are convicted 
because they cnnot prove themselves innocent. When the Dis- 
trict Attorney learns to serve both these classes,! he will have 
fulfilled the high office the people ellected him to jplK 


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jOur a^ and history for three thousand yearsf Wiilot been 
the history of kindness but of seMshnesJB. Our idifteast is Very 
fnenaiTe. The money we spend for courts and jittkis veiy ill 
liakl out. We make by distrust the thief, and bmkrlar, and in- 
etndiary, and by our court and jail we keep; him 1^.^' An accep- 

' tuw* ef tk« senfiment of lorve thiimlhbat Cl^Hrtendem for a. 

' ieaaoo tnrald bring tiMjelon md4:he ovtaat:^ owe «£de in teara 
with fte dewtion of liU^tpeiiHies to oor ■innNsiiik/ - 


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The question has beien raised as to whether 
or not the Christian minister should take part in 
politics. . * , 

We hope no one will think that we are speak- 
ing in any affectied contradiction if we say that it 
is essentially a breach of ethics "for anyone connect-^^ 
ed with evangelical wdrk to identify himself in any 
way with that science pf government. 

A few illustratipns from the careers of the pro- 
phets Isaiah and Micah, together with other ex- 
planatory reasons will adequately support us in this 
view ; and we may parenthetically,rehiark that even 
if we were not. conscious of the fact that politics 
in our day is almost incredibly contaminated and 
demoralized, our ethical code, our high sense of 
honor, and our sense for the fitness of everything 
would admirably point 'out the stark insanity of the 
affirmative view. • • 

The minister, of- course, should not be con- 
strained or hampered or forced to live by ariy set of 
and dried rules. The complexities of human life: 
the necessity for change, expansion of his interests, ' 
and the contsant demands made upon him to en- 
lighten as well as to admonish are all so sufficient- 
ly well known to us that it would obviously be a de- 
parture from rational thinking to exclaim: "A 
preacher's office is to preach ; that and nothing 
more." 

We here in America boast of having a com- 
paratively gratifying share of intellectual free- 
dom. We rejoice in the advancement of free 
thought and liberal education. We give thous- 
ands of dollars yearly to the further prqgress of 
those pursuits which if humanity were deprived of , 
would be miserable indeed. We buy Mr. Upton 
Sinclair's books by the hundred of thousands, and 
every additional reading of them intensifies our 
contempt and hatred for every petty plan which 
centers around a chosen few ; but everyone must 
know that the ethics involved in the ministers par- 
ticipation in present-day politics is about as re- 
proachful as Mr. Coolidge's would be if he should 
plav in a professional way the financial market of 
Wall Street. 

Now, in the case of Isaiah and Micah we have 
a most interesting study in two of our greatest 
Biblical prophets. Both were well informed; both 
were actuated by high principles in many relationV 
ships of life; but before we can discover that gross 
disparity which makes each unique we must care- 
fully separate Isaiah the prophet from Isaiah the 
professional politician. Quite unsatisfied as he was 
in ''.learing the Israelites of their iniquity, he pre- 
ceded further, dabbled in the politico of his day, 
denounced its methods, and repeatedly warned his 
people against coalition with the people of Assyrja. 
In this Isaiah was alike "an extraordinary ferocious 
bull in an excessively delicate and fragile china 
shop." His auditors knew no way to escape his 
iconoclastic criticism ; but no thoughtful student of 
the Bible would avow that, from the indications 
which have come to us, Isaiah did in any sense ex- 
ert as truly an Irresistible influence aS did Micah. 
iCommentators from Leonardt to John Henry Jowett 
are all agreed that his personal power was scatter- 
ed and dissipated. True it is that he was a more 
voluminous writer than Micah ; but this ca'n be at- 
tributed to his incorrigible habit of going out of the 
already extended boundaries' of his appointed 
work. Isaiah was therefore the H. G. Wells of his 
day. Like Mr. Wells, he wrote practically on ev- 
erything according to his own whims. But he was 
in no wise more influential than Micah than Mr. 
Wells is more influential than George Bernard 
Shaw. Mere bulk may be a big and impressive 
thing, but, unless it is charged with passion or 
rammed with thought, it fails to animate and falls 
back dead, as good seeds thrown on fallow ground, 

Micah had but few messages to deliver to his 
people, and these he delivered well. Isaiah on the 
other hand always came forward with almost an 
infinite variety of information to broadcast wher- 
ever he could get a heari;ig. His energy was conse- 
quently dissipated in having too many aims; and 
future commentators on the Bible are certain to 
taek him from that high place in which he has 
been unthinkingly put, and further show that he 
lacked efficiency in not havpg one, definite, unal- 
terable aim. 

This, it should be borne in mind, is the second 
cogent reason which shows how dangerous the 
preacher in politics is likely to be. While he plays 
politic^ how can he expect to enlarge and strength- 
en the many departments of his church? How is 
he going^ keep ahead of those already too well-in- 
formed membrs of his church who captiously dis- 
. set his every word ? How does he expect to keep 
the confidence of those devout, superannuated old 
ladies who are always wont to watch his every 
move? 

Singleness of aim gives the mind unity of ac- 
tion, develops concentration, develops recoUective 
ability, increases the fertility of one's ideas, de- 
velops will power, and gives a man thai: greatest 
of assets- — quiet self-confidence. We all know the 
preacher who is best described as an officious, fig- 
ety, meddlesome, and cranky old bore, who fills his 
sermons with muek-raking and Riud-slinging in an 
attempt to gain i^teJrest through antagonism ; but 
if you would like jto find out just how near he ap- 
proaches the ideal^, just ask that most captious and 
critical of persons the college stundent what he 
thinks about him. You may confidently expect to 
, hear some of the most unfortunate words in the 
English language. 

411 of these things very justly hasten and in- 
crease the vehemence of "THE OLD CRY." 


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The Death of - Dr. Marden. 

Orison Sweet Marden, famous inspirational 
writer and founder of "Success" magazine passed 
to his reward last Monday. 

To those who know of Dr. Marden, who have 

eagerly sought conipanionship with him ' through 

. his books his death is somewhat appaling. There 

are few in America a* fiQ;ed by instinct and by ^x- 

, ]^eri«nce to inspire, encourage, and coach suffertiiff 

iB*nImi4 as V88 Dr. Karaen. He was posseaaed 


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with a kind of dramatic insight, a,nd through it he 
alleviated the mental burdens of countless numbers.^ 

A mere scanning of the topics discussed by hina 
indicates that he was «,Iways. fighting those (.in- 
sidious monsters who demd^^iz* character; and 
while he sought to show how to obtain the best of 
the material things of life, he was nevertheless 
strongly inclined toward the spiritual side. ^ 

A disciple of optimisxn, a scholar of vast learn- 
ing, our loss in Dr. Marden is irreparable ; but we 
who believed in him feer instrictively that this 
mere physical existence which separates us fr^m 
him now is not final, for we can emulate him in spir- 
it and thereby live as he lived — live abundantly. 


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; :mAi4b i»upius OF eiJ'e" c. 

1 aAhTLETT IN OUAHTtR. 
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AS YOU SEE IT 


By Boyd Rhetta 


When men apd women Hnd them- 
selves hedged ip by adverse condi- 
tions, and when those condition» are 
likely to encumber their children, 
there comes a desire to give expres- 
Bion to what constitutes those condi- 
tions and what may be done to ameli- 
orate the '.same. 1 * '■ 

Sometifnes men come to me aiid 
ask what should they do about Africa, 
or what «hould, be their attitude tp- 
wards men who have stood out as 
leatlers, or wh^t action on their part' 
would help make conditions better. 
Because of the fact that many of our 
peoplle have not had the chance to 
know these tines 1 venture this aj:- 
tlcle. ■ j ' 

Most ot the NeBroes In the United 
States of America are still in the- 
soutbei^ states, where, because oV 
the present and perpetuated attitude' 
of the fiative white people, it is diffi- 
cult to j?ive any but an elastic and 
general adv.<!«: where the white peo- 
I pie are unusually hateful and selflsh, 
' for a Negro leader to do other, than 
advise the people to flee to a section ■ 
of the country where men are more 
. liberal, shows us thftt leader should 
: be depreciated, ft us so hear our- 
l selves ,that no one, shall excel us in 
patience and forbearancp. It isvery 
! desirable that each man understand 
the position of the K. K. K. In this 
count.-y. The Klan_ is an unrighteous 
and an un-American organization, and 
it Ls noe vouched for by the best peo- 
ple in any section of the country. So 
seek the advice of the better white' 
I people vhere you live. You will tin d 
' worthy, white people in th«* South, a»._ 
, well '?« in theXorth. It is a mistake 
to feel that virtue is a compUete mo- 
nopoly of any one section o fthe coun- 
try or of any set of peoplel. 

Public opinion approves a man's 
corduct when he tights a lawless mob. 
j One should fight then hard but 'indiv- 
ually, avoiding or;5anization which 
your enemies could skillfully interpret 
as rebellion against the government, 
and bring the forces of the govern- 
ment upon you. A committee chosen 
from our most dependable citizens 
should Investigate, and report on cas- 
es where conditions seem to warant. 
we know there are some criminals on 
our race. There are some criminals in 
even the white race which ha^ had 
more protection and sheltering in a 
I way, from the conditions which pull 
us down. In come locallities the poor 
I Negroes don's receive very mucl\ con- 
sideration. They simply grow up as 
i best they may. So it is not strange 
! to find that they withstand the snares 
! and pitfalls of life noe better than the 
I white people. iWhat we as is that w<; 
be taken or considered as we are. 
That righteousness be done in Judg- 
ment, that the innocent way bp pro' 
tected, and the guilty get his just pun.j 
ishment when duly convicted, accord- 
ing to law. Neither the white people 
of the North, nora tl>g Negroes have 
the opportunity of righting that 
wrong as has the white souhern man 
or woman of fair and noble spirit. 
Nevertheless, for obvious reasons, 
such committee should contain mem- 
bers from each group. 

Problems, you know, should be tac- 
kled with fairness and patience if we 
would get along with th?ir solution. 
Sometimes, it takes a forceful jar to 
make people sit up and; start thinking. 
For example, a few ! years agip, r 
stopped in a little to-wn three mile* 


north of Pollard, Alabama, and _jj,gm to some of the people. T 
worked for a while at a brick yard, %h„rh of fhe fuure should real 


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and saw mill plant. A stout Negfo 
man, hat in hand, stood before the 
boss of the plant thanking him In 
very clear and distinct language. I 
heard him say that he hand't done' 
anything at all. Then the boss sjid. 
"I know you hadn't, Tom, and I' in- 
tended doing just what I told those 
men". I Inquired and founnd ont that 
about six years 'before, those men 
were farmers, living beside each oth- 
er. Back of them, farther in the pines, 
lived other white farmers who made- 
up their minds to have a little fun 
wh^n they went to town on Saturday. 
They decided to take this man "Tom", 
and lynch him in town.- As they 
neared the town, their numebr in- 
creased until there were about fif- 
teen when tbey got to the young 
man's farm, who lived next to Tom 
(Tom and his neighbor were at the 
time plowing and within speaking 
distance). They told him what was de- 
sired, and asked him to join them.- 
Tom's neighbor knew that Tmo had 
been home for days, so he asked what 
he had done; to which they answeted, 
"Oh, juBt say that he did anything 
to a' woman, we don't care what, any- 
thing Will do". The young man ad- 
ded. "Well, just wait until I put tip my 
horB«". He quickly hitched his horse 
and from bis bouse got two revolvers, 
and was back before they finished ty- 
ing Tom. 

'.'Men'\ he said, "this man hasn't 
committed any crime, and you know 
it as well aa I do. So if you barm him, 
som eof you will get shot". They be- 
lieved him and lef. 'And 1 remember 
how when I was here, he people "felt 
there were other men also who helped 
keep the community a fit place to live 
lin. How may we know who is not in- 
fluenced by a noble exampUe, I- t«V 
that the inherited ideas of the SoutlC 
which alUow and sustain treatment of 
Negroea, iioaaapected and almlst nn- 
beUaTmUe. will be perpetuated. Cer- 
tainly, as lone ' aa those conditions 


predominate, the South Will remain an 
undesirable place for Negroes to live. 

It iH to be hoped that the Negroes 
of this country find some plan where- 
by they, may work with the powers 
which govern for the moral and in- 
dustrial development of Africa, ^n at- 
titude of mutual helpfulness can be 
maintained and results mutually bene- 
ficial should obtain. What we under- 
take ought to make it possible for 
the Africans to develop their Indus- 
tries so as to gat their products be- 
fore the world to best advantage. 

Thp tact that such a man as Mar- 
cus Oarvey,. could come into the coun-, 
try, mislead and swindle so large a 
number of .Negro men ajd women, 
KhowB tw things; first, it shrows that 
a large number of Negroes are still 
ignorant, -for no nbe but an ignorant 
person (rould Ihave anything to do 
with those haplless delusions, and it 
also shows that those of us who are 
not ignorant are not making sufficient 
effort* to give the. loss intelligent a 
ieadbrship which could be rated intel- 
Ilg«i.i;,-fAr-sighted and unselfish. Sup- 
pose such worthy men as some we 
know', should in each city, band them- 
selves together in a council, whree no 
one could, spek personall honor or 
profit, but all feel that it were an hon- 
or to forward the interest of their peo- 
ple, and suppose each ministo- and 
public servant were required to work 
with, -sai'h organiiation?^. Then when 
suclr' quack-s as Mr. Garvey should 
co"rae around to fleece the people ev- 
pry man *-ouId know just what to tell 
thfc'm and your ans\v* to them would 
be uniform and suffleient. T.pU thpm 
their propo.?itiqns are interesting, but 
that: we. a.-e noe .supposed to know 
whether it is advisable to takp up 
sutjh. things. Bjnt. there, is a commit- 
tee appointed p)y the -Council whi) h 
'would be Iglad ta consider' thpir urop- 
ositipns. -?ind determine what disposi- 
tion 'should be matle tti them. With 
nuch orgjuiizations. our leaders would 
be af)Ie to 'give' better advice about 
ihing^'' ecoijortiic, -political, or other- 
wfee. Of- eourse, there are some peo- 
ple who can net think out these things 
and they s'hould not be denied the 
united action those more fortunatp. 
10 give them ^iroper leadership. 

Do the ministers live up to', their 
possibilities along these lines? Creeds 
should inspire to self help, even as 
they will all lead to God. Then, how 
absurd are these quarrels and divi- 
sions among the members of the 
church. They only serve to keep up a 
camouflage which obscures the real 
issues. Even our worship of the Deity 
is dependent upon giving atteution to 
our economic and intellplctual well- 
being. Tar be it. from us to find fault 
with the people of other creeds, for 
as the ' Ilife of Christ shows that He 
was divinely appointed so may have 
other men been likewise appointed. 
Holn incarnation is not inconsistent 
with iiatural birth. 

It does sot make any difference 
with wiuch denomination we may 
work, bilt it does make a differSfcce 
what ideas of the Deity lead us to do. 
From the dawn of history men and 
women have despised others because 
they had an inferior idea of the Deity.- 
So today, we are despised in some 
places because of the failure of some 
of our churches to carry on with Inlel- 
.ligence. Is there not something that 
tjiay be done to assist these ministers 
and their churches to an intelligent 
conception of worship?. 

Our people coiihl put less into 
cTiurches, 1 think, and more :into some 
endeavor which would give employ- 

The 
ize 
tlieoid- fashioned superstition 
tfftd mqutning are^ not going"" to take 
the plai#- Of clear rut ideas of moral 
ah^ spirlttt^ life, with the ihougM- 
ful. Without wouliding any special de- 
noinilla%i(^, cJnwe lift them all a- 
bove 'tilings at which men really find 
substance tor laughter? 

Slair^y is a system -by which they 
get^tfliat other- people work for with- 
out /ulirtng them equal value for ser- 
vice tehdered. The rent problem of to- 
day «^ fast becoming to be a' form of 
slit*^'ry, which could and -should .be 
contcoUed ' by intelligent co-operation. 
As a" t)eople, we must learn to irown 
on ^d to niuzzle those men and/those 
organizations which promise much 
while the;r can deliver but little. And 
at'tl|§ same time, we must encourage 
worthy ntien and possible enterprises. 
Whst about these men and women 
who itottld segregate parks, beaches, 
or sctioole for their people. See o it 
that they .are throttled at once. All 
public places belong to all of the peo- 
ple and the person is right who recent- 
ly Wrote that shoudr the city grant 
special rights to Negroes for a special 
beach, other groups would then have 
a j-ight to ask for similar legislation. 
Do not ask special favors. Ask a man's 
chance only. Your effort should be to 
tea^h our tellowm'en to enter and en- 
iOY, and breed iii them the Things 
wli|ich go td niake good taste, in ap- 
preciating the rights of others. Ths 
■price of liberty is eternal vigilance. 
We must w«atch the ignorance within 
the race, as well as the eneinles who 
are pot in the racel Expose t^em»wfthi 
out "bitterness. Public opinion will do 
the'fest. ' . ' 

Wl»at,.o't all this talk about social 
equality ?■ AH. cultured people know 
ta,t they, have social equality, in fact 
the elements which go to make up so- 
cial equality ;«i||B natural and Inalien- 
able. Some «f the condition^ which go 
to maKp .aocial e<iaality are equaUty 
tn .body .vndi nf ln4t^ in love ol home. 


On -Spnilay »ft€iniooB. Man*; 9th, 
the piano pupils of Elmer C.Bartlett 
gave a f tiidlo recital. All pupHa of tb* 
Bartlelt studio are^ required to plST 
before an audience each, quarter, a« 
part of their training, and to relieve 
them of all tlmidneaa In playing be- 
fore strangers. Gladys Sanders read » 
very educational piper-' entitled "The 
Value of a Musical Education" The 
Bartlett School of Music ha-s enrolled 
nearly half a hundred pupils, and ow- 
ing to the small quarters of the studio 
only 25 pupils played on t|je program- 
The second half of the school wiH 
play about three weeks later. Some of 
thei most 'advanced pupils who ap- 
peared on the program were: Cather- 
ine Bowers. Mattie J«el«on Montrose 
Ballard, Sarah Xelson, Mary Jane 
Clark, Arneta Benton, "Margaret Wil- 
liams. Luincpllla Nickerson .and Pa«i 
Brown. :i 


CONNER-JOMNSON C(X. 

FUNERALS i' .' . '?'' 


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Priscilla Wells, of 1311 EfTt StWWt, 
was buriPd from the chapel, FYlday, 
2:30 p. m. Interment Evergreen. 

Virginia Huggar. was buried from the 
chapel Monday 2 p. m. Interment 
Evergreen. 

Jajnes Trokey, -was burled from th« 
ihapel Wedne«lay 1 p. ra. Rev. ■ 
beane ofBclaifng. Iij^erment Erer? 
gr^en. 

Jamp.<« Brown, passed away at hi* late 
residence. I.ITS E Washington RU 
Servfces were held from the chape^ 
Thursday 3 -p. m. interment E>rer- 
green. "■ 

Josepine Davis, of .1522^ E 9di St. 
was burled from- the chapel. Thurs- 
dav morning. Intermf-nt Evergreen. 

Rcberl \V. H: I>eJarnette. infant son 
of Stanley DeJamette was buried 
from 1017 So. Berendo Street. .Sat- 
urday -JO: 30 a. m. Interment Ever- 
grPPH. 

I.ula Ellison, passed away at her late 

n-sidence 12S'."> E J-fferson 'Street, 
.■March 10th. Funeral service was 
from thp chapel. Rpv. Brown of Paa- 
ade;ia, officiating, inierment^ Eve^ 

green. » 

Blanche HerB*rt. passed away at 
4124 Hoqper Ave. Remains were 
sbiri^'^d to Safi^.\ntonio, Texas, for 
burial. \. • 

Ola I.ep. of l-WS/E 2l9i Street, paaeed 
away March Tih. Services were 
f.-oni .<-h jiud Town Avp. Church at 
2 p. m. Rev. Ward officiating. Inier- 
'n»nt Rospdale. 

Lawrpnce (iarrison. of 221T^Naomi Av. 
passed away March Sth. Services 
w.-re from the chapel. Wednesday," 
2 p. m. Revs. Eldridge and Jones of- 
ficiating. Interment Evergreen. 

Thos. A. Taylor, passed away at 2Si6 

Damon Street, Tuef-day. ■ Services 

were held from the chapel SptuT^ 

day. Mareh ISth. at-Hi:30 a. njrTll- 

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FIRST STREET, BAPTIST CHURCH 

Furlong Tract , 

Rev. A. T. Hines, Pastor 

Our services last Sunday were filled 
witji enthusiasm. Suiiday school at- 
tendance was alk)ve par. We Were 
proud to ,see so many strange faces 
out. 

Our pastor preached I wo wonderful 
sermons. In them .was salvation to 
every soul whose he;in was willing to 
accept. , 

Rev. Hjnes will conduct an old 'fash- 
ion Reviwal .Mt-eting al Mt. Olive Bap.' 
tist Church (Boyle Height-s), begin- 
ning Monday, ^arch 17th. AH are in- 
vited to attend. He is to be assisted 
by Rev, Rozier and his good people. 

If the fire of God is not burning on 
f*ealtar of War heart daily, if you are 
lalfering uHder a burden of sin over 
which you. have no control, or if yoq 
have an afflicted body, come to Mt^ 
Olive next week. '' 

To the friends of the First Baptist 
Church: Our nightly Bible study will, 
be disconfinued for two weeks begin- 
ning at the above date. ^. 


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THE EAST SIDE 
BEAUTY PARLQja; 

Operated by V. 7^ ■ 

MRS. J. L. FREEMAN^ ^ 

Is now opened to the Public— Slla|l9 
pooirid Scalp Treatment, Manleurinpt-i 
Facials, Cosmetic, Toilet Goods of iHf ; 
Kindk, Hair Goods, Bob Curls, 8id« ' 
Curls, Switches. 

Come in and you will be tneate4l| 
with care. Take "U" Car, ride ti^ 
33rd street-No. 3225 CENTRAL AVE« 

Poro System n 

MRS. J. L. FREEMAN Prop. 


state, friends. JMd hitmanlt:^ in tem- - 
perament and >9'ae of music 4<nd art, 
and in reverante towards the Qnator.- 
Social justice is what we need. 
' In one of our eastern cities we bare 
an organization which calls itself The 
Christian Culture Congress. The meet- 
ing hour'is so arranged that the mem- 
bers of all churches find it possible tp 
attend, and mdny of them usually do f 
so, itecause the nature of the work 
done holdse their interest. They get 
In touch with those recently arriTlns 
from the Soyth. and help theem to 
adapt themselves to their new snr- 
roudings. They assist in finding Jobs 
and supply information when needed. , 
They discuss other questions also, but ' 
they: always look for a hopeful aoln- '. 
tion of tbein. Would not some such or- 
ganization iter be of benefit? We 
should teach that liberty has its limi'; 
tatlons and its obligations and its ob- 
ligations, at well aslts benefits, and 
that good m.anners.are indispeBpible 
in tRe life of a people. It woidB bip 
well if we could refrain fcpm pnttlns 
such Mgh sounding headlines In 
papers, especially when writing at 
members of our group. We ar« 
narp p«ople. just like the other 
no better and no worse. Som< 
these headlines and liie artidea under 
then are an insult to' as aa' well u to- 
others. 

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CENTRAL AVEIUE BRANCH 

WHITE AUTO jCf^MPANY 



1521 Central A?enue 


THE HOUSE OF REAL BARGAINS-WUERE SER- 
VICE FOLLOWS THE CUSTOMER. 


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USED CAR BiRGAINS — 


1922 Chandler Chummy— 4 Passenger. 

1921 Stephens— 6 Passenger Rjebuilt 

1&20 Chandler Touring Car..] 

1922 Buick Touring, New PairTJt 

1920 Stephens Coupe, Rebuilt] ...:... 

1922 Chandler Coupe ftefinished 

1923 Itodge Roadster— A-1 Cjondition 

1921 Dodge Touring— A Bargjain at 
1920 Case, 7-Passenger— Another Bargain. 

1918 Oakland Touring Car .i. 

1922 'Stephens Sport— Wire Wheels...... 

1920 Paige— 5 Passenger j 

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.$1200.00 
:'$ 850.00 
.$600.00 
$ 800.00 
.$ g50;00 
.$1250.00 
$.650.00 
$ 500.&0 
.$" 500.00 
$100.00 
.$1100r00 
$ 550.00 


MAKIN6 A TURN PROPERLY" 


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IF YOU CANNOT PAY CASH, WE WILL SELl YOU 
A CAR ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN 


OPEN EVPINCS 

Hari7LBeal-BraDdi%. I Humboh 6520 


New license plates fbr apprf>xiiiiate- 
ly 1;031,000 automobiles and trucks 
had been assigned to Caiubrniia motor- 
ists up to no6n Wednes^^by all 
branches ot the Division Of Mi^tor ve- 
hicles aad branch offices of tb^ auto- 
mobile clubs, according to annouiice- 

mwrt of resuiu ot a partial Chech of One tit the first and most important 
1924^r«gistr8Uoaa .ma4e during th^ things to do when contemplating a 

^rn is to put ent jrour arm hoiitoi- 
thily at least a hundred .yards before 
re^^iag the intersection that yoa ia- 
teBd\to turn Into. Don't, far safety 
sake, Just carelessly throw oi|t a An- 
ger or g^e a half earted signal, the 
fellow beKind you may not see It in 
time and e^use trouble. If a right 
turn, be SBre\and put the entire arm 
out as far as^mssible and at an up- 
ward angle of al>out,45 decrees. 

Another very important thing In 
making a turn, is DO NOT, if making 
a left turn go away ^er to the right 
side of the street and then expect to 
cut back into the treJBc that you 
have just left to complete\ycur turn. 
If making s left turn work^our way 
toward the center of the street as 
yon approach the intersection or but- 
ton keeping your band and arnK out 
as far as possible in a horizontal '^- 
sition, and maka your tion right train 
the button and not from the extreme^ 
right sde ot the'st>ae|:4 ' . ■: ■•-,_■.. ^ 
On making a right turn, do Jiuft the 
reverse work your way over to the ex- 
treme right side of the street, start- 
ing about one hundred yards before 
you get to the intersection, keeping 
your arm out and upward at an angle 
nf about 45 degrees and make your 
turn right from the curbing, don't 


renewal period by Will H. Marsh 
chief of the divisioB. 

The 1924 renewal period began Jan- 
uary 14 and ended officially at mid- 
night Saturday, March declared the 
rcsuls indicated that all previous rep- 
ords for license renewals had been 
broken, adding, that the toUl number 
of autoraobnes rxegistered during the 
1924. Renewal period was only about 
70,000 leu than the totall registra 
tions for 1923. 

RECORD IN SIGHT 

*'We are now over the 1,000,000 
mark and have eleven montha to go" 
he said. All this- business has been 
bandied In a little more than six 
weeks. We had previously estimated a 
total registration of 1,?00,000 care for 
this entire year but I think we can 
ad<l 200,000 to that and make it a 
round 1,500,000. Wo are preparing to 
order additional plates' to take care of 
the Increase", 

Registration^ for the i^newal pe- 
riod aa shown by the cheCk-up were 
iis follows: 

Type Xo. ';,of total 

Private Passenger .. :912..''.90 8.8.5 
Trucks (pneumatic). . SS.OOO S..^ 

Trncks (solid) ns.SOO 3.2 

These care, it was stated, repre- 
.sent only those to which plates have 

been assigned over the counters or | stay over in the center line of traffic 
through the mails. There are still i and then expect to cut through the 
tho'jsands of applications that came | other lines of tralfic to complete your 
in at the eleventh hour now In process j turn. 

of being handled by the . division. ' If left and right hand turns are 
Plate will be assigned to those within j made properly, the fellow following 
a few days and, division ofBcfal* de- you. ilosen't have to slow down snd^ 
ciared. it was believed the 1923 reronl deiUy or even stop. TRY IT, 

would be topppd when the official I ■ 

check was made. j GRADE INTERSECTIONS 

NEW DIVISION . I 

The Sj,0(K) pneumatic-tire.i tnicks i There Is considerable agitation a- 
reported, include touring care used ^s gainst highway grade crossings due t 


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Verses for aanas and poems written 
with spirit an4 thama. Musi« dictated 
ar composed for piano. Phane Hum- 
kalt 5991-W. W, H. Garnett, 1S20 New- 
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wok RENT— Furnished Apartment. 
A neatly fvrnifhedj apartment,' one 
raom and Icitehen et^e including all 

For Sale: One Pfayer Paho; one 
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Southeast Section. Let me show you. 
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Phone Humboldt 3061-W. 


FOR RENT — Furnished room for 
o^e or twd jnen. 1319 E 42nd Street. 
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ta.xis dnd for other commercial pur 
poses and roadsters carrying boxps 
on the reai-. Miterto all pneumatic- 
tired vehicles have been registered as 
private passenger cars which has re- 
sulted in giving California an extreme- 
ly low rating on truck registrations. 

The divlsioTvl it was announced, ex- 
pects to have all plates and certifi- 
cates In the hands of applicants hy 
the 15th of this month, .\fter that 
time persons driving without the new 
plates will b esubject to arrest. 

Motorists now making application 
for registration are being required to 
pay double for failure to register be- 
fore the renewal period expired 


the number ot accidents occuring at 
te intersection of the nighways and 
the railroad. The railroads are ao 
doubt making every effort to reduce 
grade crossing dangers and are active 
ly assisting in edncalion^ campaigns 
while he public generally is advocat- 
ing the elimination of sacTi crossings 
The latter of course is the most satts: 
factory to all. btit unfortunately con 
ditions and the cost involved do not 
permit its application immediately 
Yet, the number of accidents would 
appear to jtistify a better provision 
than mere signs at tiiose crossings. 
They would also serve to make the 
educational campaigii more effective. 



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A. C. Wlbrew'8 La4Mf<. MlMtrcte.i - ^ -^- 
April 2S and 29th, Gamnt ^tiditoriam. I fl^ 

1044 So. Hope, tor benefit ol St. Pbtl 
lp"« Epl»A)pal Church. 


Kmp off date- Thurtday eveniing, 
May lat. Taken by Dunbar Hoapital 
AiMiHary. for cloaing of Pojiularity 
eantaat. 

8«e the tiny tots wind the May Pole 
In their pretty Spring Fashions, April 
trd at Phtlharmenie. 


S. M. T. MEMORIAL SERVICE 


The memory of Mrs. Georgia Heik- 
derson will be eulogised Sunday af- 
ternoon at Odd Felllows Hall. 8th and 
Wan Sreess, at 2 p. m. All S. M. T.'a 
and friends are Invited. 

. : Mrs. Henderson was the founder of 

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'I i Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt, of Watts, 
- :|lr. .and Mrs. Medows "WQI be joint 
£'koat8 to the Alabama Club next Tues- 
' ' :4ay night. March 18tb at the home of 
^^ the latter, 2821 Wasaell Street. All 
'^j[omier AlabamiMKare invited to h* 
"^areaant. ■y.'^ 
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;-.r Do our ijtfmen wear their clothea 

'^' batter than "Our men? Compare them 

' fkjiril 3rd at the big Fashion Show. 

COtLECE MEN. TO REPRESENT 
... SOUTHERN BRANCH JN CAL- 
• TECK BOXING BOUTS 


When the strong University offCal- 
itomia. Southern Branch boxing j«am 
meets thit of Cal-Teck Sattfriay 
night March 15. three of her colored 
students wear the colors of the Ver- 
mont Avenue institution. 
' Louis Rosser, star football player. 
and all roup athlete, will represent 
the Branch tn the 175 pound division. 
Leon Whitaker, light weight champi- 
. On of the Branch will hold his owi>- 
IB the 145 pound class. And Jelfer- 
«on M. Brown, foot ball star, and 
member of last season's boxing team 
will be supreme in the 12.5 pound 
contest. , 

Upsilon Chapter Kappa Alpha Psi 
is proud of these worthy athletes. 


Mrs. Cooper of E. 23r(l St.. Enter- 
tained the, Dunbar Hospital Club at 
her home. .^ Several visitors were pres- 
ent. Refreshments were served. 


U..S.C NOTES 


Byj.loyd C. Griffith 


On ssveral occasions the Negro 
youths haVe demonstrated their abili- 
tie8 to speak with propriety and pre- 
cision. They have shown unusual skill 
and profundity in idelivering the ora- 
tions of master orators. While *e 
heartily approve of declamatory con- 
tests, we 'further concede that the 
measure of truth in public speaking 
rivalry Is embraced only in original 
contributiots. la the Los Angeles high 
schools there are students who have 
n"ative power as orators. And it is our 
, duty to, introduce them to the public 
so that thej- may serve the communi- 
ty, suppoit which is ultiihately neces- 
sary If they are to expand their pow- 
ers. 

The Bellle Lettres Club of U. S. C. 
will take the initial etep on April 10. 
1924. to present a roup of talented 
high school students in an oratorical 
contest. The university" of Southern 
California has donated the otd college 
chapel for this event. Dr. R. ©. von 
Klelnsmid, has contributed a silver 
loving cup which will be given to the 
high school whose contestant erits 
flrist place. Dr. von Klelnsmid, pres- 
ident of the university, and the pro- 
fessors of public speakins as well, are 
quite enthusiastic bver the success of 
the contest. Individual prizes will be 
given to the contestants winning first 
and second place. 

We i>etition the unwavering sup- 
port of the public ia this initial ef- 
fort of our series of annual oratori- 
cal contets. 

High scool students, organize your 
group! Elect a representative, conie 
out and yell for your representative! 
you will be well paid 'for your efforts 

Time: 8:30 p. m. April 10th. Place: 
Old College Chapel of U. S. C. Prises: 
?. ? f No admission. Welcome to our 
campus. Delta Sigma Theta Girls. 


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IN m REALM OF SOdlY 


By: EMMA LU 


With Noah 'D. Thompson as, their 
guest. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene ^^elson 
motored to Elisioere and spent the 
week-end hiking and . sight seelqg. 
As a snrprteeij to ' her husband and 
guest Mrs. Nelson took with her thefr 
expensive radio outfit Md , had it in- 
stalleld at the hotel wh^e all present 
enjoyed tt^ musical pM>grams fron;i 
Los Angeles. San Pranolsco.and else- 
where: The recreation . Seekers re- 
turned to the city jSuaday avening re- 
freshed and ready for the many' du- 
ties that await them Iti these strenu- 
ous, times ^gf<hu8tnes8 anQ social ac- 
tivities. ' ' . ■ ' 


WHIST TOURNAMENT 
Have yoti consented to be a paton- 
ess for the Charity Whist Tourna- 
ment at Normandie Hall, Tuesday 
evening, March 25th? Each patron- 
ess will be asked to fill two tables. 
Tickets 50 cents. Beautiful prises. 

Committee: Mrs. J. W. ^Ite, Mrs. 
B. F. Spikes, Mrs. W. H. Terry, Mrs., 
S. H. Green, ^Mlas Emma Lou Sayers, 
Miss J. J. Laggett. . 


Ob Marc 8. 1924, S*a. Ruby Myers 
and JMrs. Gladys poier entertained 
the Partbenia Social <#ub at the Qual- 
ity Cafe with a si% coarse dinner. The 
table ^as beautifully decorated in the 
club colors, orange and white, by Mr. 
Ralph Sorter. Place cards were for 
Edna Broyieg, Gilherta Kay,, Jose- 
phine Waters, Mabel Lee, Minnie Wat- 
son. Bessie Turner, Josephine Brown. 
Mae Provost, Gladys Porter, Ruby My- 
ers. They were all beautifully attired 
in evening gowns; Everyone departed 
declaring Mrs. Gladys Portw and Mrs. 
Ruby Myers wonderful ^oitesses. 


MME. TE 


OUTLEY 
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SCORES 


A somewhat unusual etitiertainment 
program entitled "Living songs in Liv- 
ing pictures" i was rendered, Monday 
evening at tile Metropolitan Baptist 
Church under the direction of Mme. 
Mozelle Te Oiitley musical director of 
the church aijd presjd'eht of the Chi- 
cago club of Ij,08 Angeles. 

The personnel p6 the program con- 
sisted of artis(ts fr»m Hamilton. New 
Hope. Mt. Olive. Second Baptist. St. 
John. Mt. Zionj. Wesley Chapel and "St. 
Paul churches and the Chicago and 
West Side Clulbs. Mr. "Walter V. Allen, 
representin gthe Chicago Clul^, won 
the cash prize for th^ best rendition of 
songe and Mm|e. NaomtPharr of Ham- 
ilton M. E. Ghiurch won the cash prize 
for obtaining the greatest number of 
j)opuiar votes. The j^omoter and each 
contributor to the success of the e- 
vent were highly commended for their 
good work by Mrs, Hattie Norwood, 
Prof. H. Douglass Oreer and Noah D. 
Thompson who acted as judges for the 
contestants. Ilev. M, C. Carter is pas- 
tor of the Metropolitan Baptist 
Church which is making itself a great 
factor of good in the community of 
Paloma and Thirty seventh streets. 

/ ' ; 

DELIGHTFUL WEEK END 

Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Leo of 1005 
W. 2St Street, were host and hoHtess 
at a delightful weeR end party. March 
9th-10th inclusive. The unusual fea- 
ture of this p^rty was that it wa? 
staged high up in the mountainK at 
their palatial cabin home on Big Hear 
Lake. Snow shoes, sleighing, a motor 
launch, 'fishing and shooting, along 
with other sports common to snow 
and ice were among the diversions 
and entertainments provided by these 
genial hosts. The party made the trip 
by motor j^ithout mishap. Tiiose driv- 
ing cars were Capt. S. Leo. Mr. C. C. 
•Waters and Mrs.J. N. I^it'llojohn. A- 
mong those present were: Mr. and 
Mrs. C. N. Waters, Mr. & Mrs. James 
Smith Mr. and Mfs. Fountain- B. Mil- 
ler. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Littleio^n and 
Mrs. Bass. Glorious was 'ibe- tknani- 
mous verdict of- all. 


Las Vidas Allegras, £aser Monday 
SAYS WHICH? 
Night Ball. 3rd and Main, Arion Hall, 
April 2lEt, Sunhyland Jazz. 


If you want to liear the Sunoyland 
Jazz play, come to Arion Hall, Easter 
Monday Nlte. Las Vidas AUegras. 


A REAL SNAP 
5-Room Modern Houie; 2 Lots; one 
on corner. Fruits and flowers grow- 
ing— 14000; Cash down $1500, balance 
easy term*. 

SEiE STELLA KEGLER 
Phone: Humbolt 3e77-J 3, Watta 


SALESMEN 

>^NTEI>— Five responsible 
SalMmen, who can furnish ref- 
erences, for high class selling 
plan. No stock. Training course 
given. PeHnanent. — Good pay. 
Apply 2504 Central Avenue iiL 
the morning after Monday. 


Keep off -date— Thursday evening, 
May 1st. Taken by Dunbar Hbspital 
Auxiliary for closing of Popularity 
Contest. 


Well, Well, look who's here again! 
Las Vtndas Allegrai'to the strains of 
Sunnyland Jazz, Easter Monday at 
Arion Hall. Dancing 'til 2 a. m. 


Noted Evai^dist De- 
livers Stirriiig Sennon 


Y. w. c. A. 


"Co to New York" is the slogan at 
the |t W. C. A. these days. The 12th 
Stiteat Center is anxious to be repre- 
■•Dted at the Biennial If the Y. W. C. 
A. which convenoB in New York City, 
April 30th. Plans are now being 
made to raise funds to send a dele- 
gate, Mrs. W. H. Terry, chairman of 
the Membership Committee, is arran- 
glng a membership social for Thurs- 
day evsnlng, March 20th, and all mem- 
bers are urged to he present and con- 
tfibflte 25 cents each toward the del- 
agat* fnnd. 

A basaar will be held April ^tb. 

lUh aa4 Mth at the Y. < 

. ."On to Bra Diego" la tte slogan of 

'liw-CMri tUMrres, saven of whom vill 

tilt spring conference at 'San 

Mmrfti SL 23- Miss Mlnnte 

f^TM. (»i1a Work Secretary will ac- 

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STENOGRAPHERS 

ORGANIZE 


By EMMA LOU 


Last Friday evening, at the inrita- 
tipn of Mrs. Myrtle Edwards, execu- 
tnve secretary pt the- Y. W. C. A., a 
Club of Stenogi-aphe^ and business 
girls was organized In the Charter 
Member Roo at eight o'clock. The 
main object of this organization will 
be to find positions tor tb«i. new-oomer 
and to study office psychology. This 
organization will fill a long felt need 
in the business world of Los Ange-' 
les. Thp first offlceni Are: Miss La 
Dema Sniith, Secretary to Attbm«qr 
^ash, was elected |»resident: • Hiss 
Heleii BowdoinI Secretary to Attorney 
B. Burton Cerutl, Vice president; Mrs. 
R. H. Randolph, a licensed Real Es- 
tate Broker, Secretary; Mies Emma 
Lon Sayers, with the Woods Realty 
Company, ' Corresponding Secretary ; 
Miss 'VipU Roseburr, Secretary to At^ 
lom^ parden. Treasurer; Mlsa UlM 
Belle de Lavallade, Secretwv fd At- 
torney Grasty. Chairman btnbe Bn- 
termtlnsient Comtnlttee and Mrs. An. 
it« Boyden-Conway, decretal^ to At- 
torney Afne McDoweiU, Chalr^iaa of 
te Sy-lA^,MHt C«n||||fa|tlOD Oomait- 


All stvtfifniKgi^ fars invited to 
Join at thislr ewAaat oppohoaity. iB- 
Iorma|Ma .Ma Mr^fHslkitf fmm tba 
sw^tstfrtHk at ^ i%Tfr^C. A. '. 


Approximately four thousand peo- 
ple of all. nationalities, crowded Beth 
Eden Baptist Temple,' of which; Rev. 
L. B. Brown is pastor* last Monday 
evening to "hear Aimee Scrapie Mc- 
Pherson, the noted Evangelist and 
founder of Angelus Temple. 

Mrs. McPherson was welcomed by 
the Hon. Fred M. Roberts. Mrs. 
Anna MfcMillan, Colored Worker in 
the Angelue Temple, formally intro- 
duced Mrs. McPherson. ' 

The text for the evening was the 
"life of Peter, the Apostlo, as a 
"Measuring Rod" and model for Chris- 
tian' Workers. Mrs. McPherson. began 
her sifbject by singing, " 'Tis The Old 
Time Religion". '"To My Father's 
House", and other spirited hymns. 
Joined b'y the sweet voices of her own 
famous, choir and the choir of Beth 
E'den Tempiie. The whole congrega- 
tion was revived b'y the soul stirring 
mesage of the Evangelist. Money was 
given Areely, to further the cause of 
Bettr Eden's faithful few, nor wonld 
Mrs. McPherson accept any of the 
large collection that had been taken 
ii^- the Angelus Temple way of plac- 
ing an open Bible on the table and let- 
ting the people put their offering free- 
ly thereon. 

Young men and women responded 
to tlt«..fhgelus Temple Workers' call 
and went up to be prayed for, in the 
g{)od old fashion way. 

Mrs. McPherson and her Workers 
have unusually magnetic power and 
more than that they have, what ao 
many modem Christians are afraijl of 
— the. Holy Ghoiit. Their faces are ra- 
diated with this divine spirit and are 
wholly slncers. Angelus Teiffple, it is 
said, was buUt by Faith, and by this 
Faith, Angelus Temple is becoming 
the greatest church of Christian 'Spir- 
it In Los Angeles today. 


Ilttia attention to yew enr Will; 
mtkh it last muA imgiir tad gtrs 
mncb bsttar service. If you still dnnre 
a boras yon would see that It iras 
fed and wateiM. refuttrly, and a; car 
needs Jaat as regplar treatment. 

On case your motor will not ittrt, 
don't keep flopding the carbiirator. 
Prima the motor by putting gas In the 
petc6ck8.lt this doesn't work, look tdtf 
ignition trouble. ^ 

Most every ca^ owner or mcchanfo 
has grasped an Oil can in a hurry to; 
find that it refuses to work, the bot- 
tom failing to spring back ^when 
pressed inward. A sharp blow usually 
causes the bottom to return to lt4 
original position, but' this means d 
loss of time and a waste of oil. A good 
plan ia to- insert spirail spring Inside 
the can, pressing on the bottom. It 
the can la of the solderless type the 
bottom tnay be heatel and a drop of 

solder applied to hold the sprlnr in 
posltion.^(AutomoblIe Digest). 
, In cold weather, watch tSe radiator 
system. Use a gb^d cleaning mixture 
to remove scale and mud. Also an anti- 
ffef^e spirit should be used. 

Don't run the motor In a closed' ga- 
rage. The 'carbon mooxide in exhaust 
leases is odorless, and a small per- 
centage of It in the air is fatal.— (Au- 
tomobile Digest). 

Dr, Turner Loses Car 

Dr. Turner met with a bH of misfor- 
tune last . Saturday when some un- 
known person stole her automobile, 
a handsome Chandler, "scarcely a year 
old. The doctor was in her olBce on 
the upper floor of the Woods Build- 
ing at 9th and Central when the car 
which she had left standing in the 
rear unlocked yr^» taken. 

The car was-Tecovered on Tuesday 
in San Bardlno. and. Dr. Turner 'will 
see that is securely locked before 
leaving it. \ 


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EVERlrfi^Y 
ST<^,LOOlC,LtSTEN 

If you iu«e«»y««int dM Pvr- 
dMM* of an AuMaaobile 

. New or Used 

let It Iflrtt CktM M«ekuiie—18 
YeasV Exparienea' Apwiuse or 
Salact it for you. Conacien- 
«eMiu» Cotartcetif^uid whohM 
M Tlidrotick Knowledte of all 
Parts, lAeceaaories and Mech> 
anianui of them, thereby 
moving kll risk of your being 
•titng bjr using your own judg* 
inent. 

It will pay y^ to let rae buy 
that care for' you — Get my 
propoaitien before you buy! 

My Charges are Reasonabin 
—Let's Talk it Over Before you 
Buy, Call— ' 


Made by our own^ displayed by our 
own. See them at the FasHion Show, 
April 3rd. • 



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PAmiNG 

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VOLUME 37 


NO. 17 



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FORP^GRESS 

liberty Boiifag & Loan 

Asso. Throws Open hs 

Doors To TliePiibGc 

— yi 

A new epoch alonx tlie lice o( ea/^ 
structivc business was ushered (orOi 
on lajst Monilay wlien the Lib«rvT, 
Building and L«an Association op- 
fafti its doors (or business at Its ova 
brand new home, at 2504 Central Are- 
nae. 

The offlce of this company from 
both an external and internal Ti«w, 
will compare most (arorably with any 
other inatltation pf its kind and the 
keen business like clericft force at 
once gives to the costomer an atmos- 
phere of progrees. and tke •xclama- 
tion of "Oh!" is of coaunon occur- 
rence oa entering the portaU of this 
company. 

As per the annoancement of the As- 
'vociatioB its doors were opMtfld 
promptly at 10 a. m. oa Monday, and 
even at that Jiour customers Vied wiUt 
each other as to who would b<i the 
Srst one to make a deposit la thia. 
the first Building and Loan Associa- 
tion ever opened'by our' gronp west o( 
the Missouri River. In fact a prize 
had b««n offered by tlie company to 
the flr»t person who entered a de- 
posit, which prize was award«d to 
Mrs. fVank Clines. Jr.. of 28th Street, 
and Hooper Avenue. Mrs. Clia« also 
made a substantial deposit as So. t en 
the books of the company. 

.\11 day long the people locked to 
inspect the men and long hoped for 
institution and in coming they were 
most hishly pleased and happT- The 
oflleers and directors of The Associa- 
tion were moat highly elated *t the 
litoet anspicious beginning. It ia said 
that more than three hundred peraons 
opened accounts on the epeolas day. 

-Courteous and obliging clerks wait- 
ed apoK them and explained in detail 
the various sorts of deposits and tke 
various lines in which the Association 
will function. Souvenirs were glTcn 
away to all patrons, and a( the con- 
clusion of the visit In a room next 
door the most delickma r^reshmeitta 
were served, all of iritick wu an nn- 
expected treat to the cnatMicrs. Tbe 
doors were supposed to b« opened at 
10 a. m. and close at 10 p. m.; tat the 
people kept comins and the trtltdt 
leaving the oBce nearly etorea o'- 
clock discerned the fact tfeat tker 
were still receiving depoatU- 

It waa a new day. A fnmt i*f ud 
one which portends mneh for the pro- 
gress of our group in thi* ssctioa. «ad 
we have no hesitancy in c e mmtn d- 
ing this loatltntion to tlw ^eogle as 
worthy of the most hearty and kqpal 
support of the people of thi scomaraA- 

' 'ty- ^ 

The olBcers and directlors o( tM 
company are: 

Wilbur C. Gordon. M. D.. Prss.: C. 
S Blodgett. rirst Vice-Prea.; Geo S. 
Grant, second vlce-Pres.; A. Hauler 
Jones. Sect.: Albert Bkuaiaa. BweM 
might have llie. and nlKkt k»te i\ 
more obondantly". Not dead hut aleep- 
eth. Amen. 


flU06E -njRNS CASE OVER TO 
MINISTSIM 


NEGRO LEADERS 
mCKCOOUDGE 

Catf orma E^ Says 
State ShMdd Jom 


(L. A. .Evtniat Express) 


J. Bi Bass of Los Angeles, editor of 
the California Elagie: piincipal Paciflc 
Coast journal of the Kegro population, 
arrived from an extended journey in 
the East with the^ announcement of 
mportast acthin taken by Negro na- 
tional organizations in indorsing 
President Coolidge. 


NaahTine. Tenn.. Mar. 18. (By The 
Aaaocteted Negro Press) — Called np- 
oa by Jndge J. D. Oe Bow ter tetr 
reeoguBeodation in regard to mOtem 
mbbett. wbo pleaded t«ilty to tAatU 
trem the Toong Women'a CMaUaa, 
Aasodatkm powlahaMe by oiae year* 
at the maximam. foar iiiliilatiw. tke 
R«TB, J I. Vaaee, J. E. Travis, U T. 
BMtr aad W. P. FtoweB. aiaaa* t>« 
aastsMa dawa to M 4a|« aftar «Wd| 
tksladlia tooktt 



3fr. Baas went to attend the conven- 
tion et the Lincgln League of America 
la Ckicaga. February 12, and while 
there procured the unanimous in- 
doiSMi^t of the leaglie for the CooV 
id«e casdidaey. 


42 
1,- 


What We Heari What 
We Saw At Chicago 
Afld At Nasfavffle 


W^ shall mtnntely rei>ort our mid- 
winter trip to Cicago and NashvlQe 
to which places we started on Febrtt- 
ary Sth. returning March 13th. 

"W^ left this dty at 10:30 p. m. Fri- 
day. February Sth without a single 
stop excepting the division stope of 
the train. We arrived in Chicago at 
S:30 a. m. at the Polk Street Depot, 
greeted by one of the biggest snow 
storms of the season. We hailed a 
Yellow Cab and soon were domiciled 
at the palatial Vinceonea dotel on 
33th and Vincennes Avenue. 

We found this tiostelry a bee hive 
of activity for ye pollitician and race 
problem solvers were .tbers from all 
sections of the country. 

It was not long however before we 
were on our. way to the Bethel Audi- 
torium to be present at the .opeUas 
session of the Lincoia Leastta. Xi*-- 
daoa were gatbefiag fron alt 
tions. and wtien the president Roecoe 
C. Simmon.^ rapped for order truly a 
representative gathiering of black A- 
merican Citizens f-iced him and the 
1924 Session of America was to all 
intents and purpoees a huge success. 

There was na gain say as to the 
fact that every section and corner of 
the country was represented, even 
from the Atlantic to the Pacific and 
from the Gulf on the South to the 
great Lakes on ihe North. 
— Th^ preliminaries of the organiza- 
tion, sneh as the appointment, of the 
ooramittees oo credentials were gone 

(throogh. while waiting for the report 
of the Committee, the chairman kept 
,up a keen interest by the introduction 
I of notables from all sections of the 
Lcoonti»y. The report of the committee 
fdisclosed the fact that thirty-six 
States were represented t>y inore than 
}eo driegates. 

The appointment of- the various 
committees was made' in which Cal- 
ifornia •aa represeitted upon all the 
important committees, such aa reso- 
lutions, address to the country, and 
: special committee to wait upon the 
chairman of the National Committee, 
the Hon. John T. Adams. 


fire of youtfc BUti especially ihtarestedj f 
4h9*e ^eaent «ltft:a kaM old time Re- 1 1 
publt«a|i speech, fiot John R. Lytich 
in his day was oaa at the moat force- 
ful leaders aa4 highly honored by his 
party, aside trcm th« many high po- 
aitloaa w^idk'ha bcl4- Re was at one 
NatVnal Beputll^a CoiiTention aa 
its teqtporary ckslrmaa. He was later 
a payaaatar in the C. S. Army and 
tired aa a' Coloael. he now residea in 
Chka^o. 

At this iu&ctmre ih* I^ob. John 
Adaraa. of Iowa. Chalman of the 
Natieaal 'Repabllcaa Committee waa 
iatrodiKed an4 deUrered a maat lOr 
aptrtag address on the t&« of tJaeoln. 
The {jieague waa aigaaUy honored ta 
the presence of Mr. Adams, for it was 
well known that he tnmed down the 
Invltatioa of the PTealdent ot the 
Tnited Statea to go With him to Xew 
York, where the President waa to 
speak on Uncolu. to; be present with 
the Lincoln League fa this occasion. 

Next. President Simmons intro- 
duced the Hon. Robert S. Abbott, witk . 
in turn introduced tbe Hon. MediB 
McCormick. t'nited States Senator 
front lUUoots, who gave the Leacne 
a reusing addrasa. Qa the platform 
was Mrs. UediU McCorDick. a daught- 
er of the late Xark fianna. Mrs. Mc- 
Cormick, as a national heritage, is a 
chip of tha oii-bloclL and i» satd to 
•ee^^SHike a svperior iifiaiiir for tbe vf 
Utical destiny of her distinguished 
husband. On the platform there was 
also. Miss B. Edwards ot EraBsvlUe, 
Illinois, the political geaios of the wo- 
men of America, a most lovable char- 
acter, superb organizer and a woman 
wbo has by her merit, gained the 
front rank ae a commanding force in 
American poUtice. 

The ope&iag day, therefore, aa well 
as the memorable nigth session of the 
Lincoln League demonstrated tbe sa- 
lient part wtkich this i great organiza- 
tion is playing, in procuring for this 
group both consideration and recog- 
nition. (To be continued.) 


FIRST NIGHT SESSION 


Dalefates were present from 
atatea. representing more than 
0«0,M« reters. Most of the Nagfo 
leaders were preaeat. 

"I was (Tattaad'." be aaid. ^aa 
reyreseatatiTe of Los Angeles and 
CalUorala Negroes, to be inrited to 
tbe plattorra along with some of the 
most dtatlngulahed leaders of the 
coontry." 

Indorsed by Press Men 

fVoa Chicago Mr^ Base went to at- 
tend the Negro Press Association 
meeting in Nashville. wtier« 150 news- 
papera were represented. Although it 
had be«A a precedent of the Associa- 
tion never speotfiotijy to indorse a 
caadidata. this tlata Uta precedent waa 
ignored and PresideQt CooUdge In- 
dorsed. 

In WaaUn^ton Mr. Baaa conferred 
with aational RepabUcaa . leaders.. 
Caaiiimaa Adama waa visited in 

"At the Coolidge headqnartera ia 
Chieaco.'* Mr. Base aaid. "there was 
revealed a moat onnsnal sprit of cour- 
tesy and consideration for all callers. 
It was. indeed, gratifying." 

No Other Masibiiny 

"Tke wisdom fo^ CaUf(«Bia to awtag 
into KM." he added, "s obTloab. 'BMre 
is abaotatety an possibility of aaynne 
else beiBc nomiaa|ted.'' 

Mr. Bnaa ia flrst vice-president' ot 
tbe NaBTO Press Association and- was 
rnslBctgd aatloMl state comiBttea- 
m«a or tbe Uacnta Uncne ot C»)t- 


The night session of the first 
days meeting ot the Lincoln League 
waa a memorable occasion. Oratory 
was tamed loose, tbe president. Sos- 
coe C. Bimmons, in is own inimitable 
a|j style, opened, of tbe ftreworks to tba 
intense deligbt and aatisfaetion of tbe 
huge crowd pre8eat.i'On this occasion 
be pnt on a roU call aU Us ow» and 
in making the adtb'esa- toe silenced tbe 
guns of tlie enemies wbo are wont to 
go forth and say that the. League was 
sot what it claimed to be. As he called 
the roI>>from the Pacific to the Atlan- 
tic and from the Gulf to the Lakes, 
each representative arose in his place 
and answered prestnt for himself. 

He also dramatically as well as 
forcefnOy then and there glT» in de- 
tail the acfomgliahmenta of the Lin 
coin League and challenged any one 
to disprove tbe dalm. 

At one momeitt aa the ebxtnent 
speaker was speeking. be halted ab- 
ruptly. Par doirh the aisle came (be 
Aba father as it were, of the orgaaln- 
tion in the person of that srand old 


patriot and intrepid leader of deys 
gone by. tbe Hon: Colonel, John R. 
Lynch,. The president gave three raps 
aad in bis honor tbe great aa a tm 
blace stood, as tbe old warrior was 
escorted to the platfana. 

Tbe preaiddttt then in gknirtttg 
terms gave a reaame of the great 
deeds partormad by this lost dMtae- 
ter and; preaaatad Um tn tbe kagc 
tallnrlic ObL tmch. wUla agad ta 
a marked dacraaw baa Hat bom 9( tto 


Hero Of San Juan 

HiDToSpeak 

Major J. W. Anderson, distin- 
gnisbed hero ot S^n Juan Hill, and 
ranking colored soldier of the United 
States Army, will speak at the great 
pubUe meeting of the N. A. A. C. P.. 
Monday night. March 24th. The meet- 
ing win be at the First A. M. E. 
Zlon CJ^arch. comer of Pico and Pa- 
loma Streets, beginning at 8:00 o'- 
clock. This i£«efing will b ethe largest 
planned by oie local branch of the As- 
^iatjon since the comiag of Coa- 
ga^les^man Dyer last Spring. The pro- 
txam has been caretuUy arranged and 
w6l'coasiat only of Major Anderson's 
eto^nent addreas and the 4briUing mu- 
sical nambers by the Dooglaas Tem- 
ple choir and Orchestra. Tbe conbi- 
aation ^ a guarantee of belpfnl de- 
light to all who come to tbrto meeting. 
Ex-service men, women's clubs and 
civic organiaationa as well as the pub- 
lic generally are invited to thin im- 
portant meeting. The N. A. A. C. P. la 
patting forth a great demonstration 
for tbe beedom ot the Houston mar- 
tyrs at eavenworth prison and for an- 
tl4yncblBC Ie«lalation by Qongreas. 
Tbe mectlac IWonday nlgbt wiU test 
tbe real interest of the public in these 
matters. Come early tor seats. Admis- 
sion firee. 

Mtktic wlU be rendered by Donglaaa 
Temple Ckolr aad Orcbeatra. 


fiN PLAYLET I 


"THE tiAtCHELOR'S REVEL- 
RIES" 



Meet Mrs. Woodson and her 
band John Wocdsob. wealthy 


hus- 
dU- 


Houstoo. Tex. Mar. IS. (By The A^- \ 
sedated Negro Press i — A Cue cf j 

<5000 Was tmpOiied upon Edward ^ 

Jijidas CUrke. former acting Imperial j ^ond broksr iOd belr to one mlirum 
wizard of the Ku Klai Klan. by Judge aollars. ne* arriv^is itoOt Pbtlade*- 
J. C. Hatcheson iu Federal court after , phla. Penn. > _\ 

Clarke had pleaded guilty to violat- j ^r. an<l Mrs. Jota WoodSSi, 26S1 
tag tSe white slave act. Clarke was , christian street. Philadelphia. Penn- 
charged with having temtported a ; sjiyinia are, in Los Ange^ lor a 
young womaa of this city to New Ot- 1 ^hort stay, visiting Mr. \Woedaen^ 
leans in 1921 for Immoml purposes, r sick brother. Jam*s • Wqodson. mil- 
Judge Hutcheson informed the for- j iio^aire fimaicier of Pasadena, worth 
mer klan leader Ibat he refrained from over four million dollars. 


LEON WHITAKER 


A clever little playlet written by 
Mrs. Nelia Blodgett will be one of the 
many offerings of the Fourth Annual 
FashiDD Show. Leon Whitaker. Vni- 
versity of California student (South- 
ern Branch) has been drafted to take 
to take the' lead. 


Ex-iOan Wizard U . I WEALTHY EASTERN- 
Fined For Innoraiityl ERS VISIT L A. 


Lfl 


senti^E him to prison onlj' because 
of tSe admission of guilt and repri- 
manded him severely for having at- 
tempted to lead an organization which 


Mr- and Mrs. Wood.son are at pres- 
ent ttie houiie fcuests cf Miss Aagetta 
Br^edlove, . I445t \^"e*t ^ih Place. 


purported to t^criie aad intimidate). ji,ejrst4y in the «ttr..js to be indeft- 
clt^ens because of the infraction of Kvjjp -^^ ^. Jong'«^< * Mr. TToodson's 
the moral code whileat (he same time brother remaiiis eeriotfsly ill. 
breaking such laws themselves. The ' 

younff Woman in the case was in ^ourt. 


NEf PASTOR 
A^ViMiA. 


REV. A. J. STOKES COMESl 
TO PASTOR MTTZKm 



V . iJ:^ 


Mrs. Woodabn is' soclaUy proraSaaif ~*i^; , 
in exclusive circles in Phlladelpkia "^J.r 
and tbroughout the Eaat. The famoos ^>7-' 
Robiniion-JaclLscn 'wedding party. ' "; 
were house guest.« of Mr. and Mra.- 
Woodaon darlnf^'tbe footbaJl game,^ ;« 
tliat city, last Thanksgiving day. 'w 



Mr. Woodison t* -his brother's heir 
for one millian' diHliU^.l^ The, b«lk of 
Mr. Woo<iM>n's wealth ' will be left to 
ctiarity. Ha money was made 'in tbe 
Klondike, many. '.many years ago and 
afti>r leaving Alaska,, JamesWoodaoa 
settled in San Francisco and qaetly 
invested his savings in oil and zeal 
estate. He "^ived greatly to Umself 


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'ii 



ROSE BROOKS 


HELD FOR MURDER 


Clarkadale. Miss.. Mar. 18. (By Tbe 
Associated Kegro Press) — Lige Har- 
ris wss ar r es t B d here Thorsday and 
charged with tike morder ot a white 
tasBsr. A. M. CMiB. Vbmers say 
that tliey saw Cbiam and Harris row^ 
lag across tbe Clearwater Hver when 
tbe wUte maa was last aeen alive. 
na dead body %as fonad in tbe riv- 
er. Bavrta is ala« •napectad of aboot- 
tac CttMi'b Miatftar. fito was qb« ot 

•J ii . i ' [M il 


Who is Representing tlie Elks of 
as one of the QMsena in the Pageant 
and Charity Bazaar to be staged by 
Golden Meet odge. No. 86, I. B.- P.L O, 
E. of W.. of Los Angelea, May 3rd to 
13th, 19e4. 


HONEY BOASTEIf IS 
! taED 


Colombia. S. C. Mar. 18. (By Tbe 

Assodaited Negro P res s )— Police have 
arrested Walter Powell in connectim 
with the theft from the person ot 
Henry Smth. (4, of |300:'SmiLh is sap- 
posed to have been cobbed wbile -be 
waa viaiting at Powell's -Ivase. He 
waa known to have a babi# of eartT'- 
ing large sumg of money tattb blm: 
Frequently, tboae wbo knew bim /Say. 
be would bide bia moaty <■ tb&.yatd 
befnrb eatnriac a (rMnt'e bo«M. Si 
tka fmgt^M iC 


The ' far-famed and noted Baptist 1 
Divine, Rev. A. J. Stokes, who was 
some time ago^ called to>the pastorate ! 
of Mt. Zion Baptist Church of this ; 
city arrived in the city this «-eek aad ; 
will immediately assume his duties as 1 

the new pastor of Mt. Zion. Tbe ad. ; ami maite few friends outside of tbe 
vent of a man such as Dr. Stokes in ! Catholic Church. He is practicany 
our community means much for he is j unkno«-n to the members of his -own 
a man of the greatest , integrity; char j Race. Just now ,Mr Jsmes Wood- 
acter and ripe scholar with an son is very' ill with a tingeriac and 
unequaled experience. ML Zion under i inchrable di-sease in a Cstbollc Hoe 
his guidance will no doubt thrive and ' pua! ia IHisadena.*- 
prosper as never before. 

Sunday will truly be a great day at j Vr. Jojin W.iodson. who has resid- 
Zion: Dr. Stokes wiU be pres-'nt at | p,i m philartelphlK for ih.' past fifty 
three services— Morning, Aftemoonj years, has In-en in business there as 
and ni^ht- i a diamon.i broker for Oirty-one ynara. 


iAD CVE" FINiEOk FOR 
WHITE MULE 



Ctdiniriia, S. C Mar. IS. (By The 
Associa%i "Negro Press)— Eddie "Bad 
Eye" Kersfaav. was flned 1156 in po- 
lice conri after oSccrs had fonnd 10 
gallDBs at moonabiae in bis home. 


OfAO CUTTING WOOD 
^ COlar J8. YBy Tbe As- 
sociated Neco.- Press) — While' catting 
cord wdod in the lot. ot J. R BaDea- 
ttae,,Cbaris> aiiKliHun. 7S years old. 
d rop iltd dead. Haart diaeaae waa tbe 
caaa& 


Pow«(^a ,bnm« 


takai.^aa 


»M 





being an exptvt in hta line and rated 
as one cf .America's foremost apprais- 
ers of diam«3nds and precioaa s t on e s. 
Mr. Woodsoa received hi:i fiinlnc iB 
iverpool. . For years J»e worked for 
one of the leading jewelry hoqaes in 
America and made twice-e-year trips 

to Europe, to bay |»recioaa stoaes for 
the firm. He is one of tbe few expert 
apprsisera in' America today. 

Mr. Woodson is also tbe ownet- «f 
the New Woodson Hotel at PMIadel 
phia, and owns vaat bnlilbna mt real 
estate. H« is ro pw t ed t^ be a«e mt 
the wenltbtsot Mevoea ia tbat Mc- 
tioa at tke Kast aad gives buca aiaw 
of BBimer to Parity each year. 


Mr. 


aad Xn. W< 


bava 



HBIMirat 


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mhoh vr. christian church 

C«r. T4<t« and Birch Stra«U 

N«v. A. W. Jacobs, ^Mtor 


W« w«re pleaMd to realize lAcreas- 
ImK tntereat and attendance at the aer- 
rtcto of last Lord's day. Bible, achool 
i*»f good, usual hour (or Aeetin-. 
9:46 to 11 a. m. Begln^iniK with /'•'i. ■, 
the pastor has been tVaCing i '' >> t>eS' 
aad shadows of New Tests ment ch->r- 
acters IB the Old Testamert. ''".hj life 
Of Joseph, the eleventh Bon c( Israel, 
was the subject last Sunday. There 
are many wonderful lessons from his 
life that are not found in the lires of 
men of today. We learned that Joseph 
was a type of Christ, when he was 
sold to the Elamitea for 20 pieces of 
gilTcr; also a type of the early church 

■ when casi in prison for standing for 
tiM household of the King's guard: 
then a type of the Holy Spirit, when 
he reminded his brothers of their 
Kins; last, he was a type of the power 
of Redemption when he gave the plan 
to save Egypt through the seven years 
of famine. Thus was the significance 
Cf his little coat of many colors. P. Y. 
H. C. E. at 7 p. m. was very good. 
Preaching at 8:00. Text: "Cast your 
net on the right side". Wednesday 
ermiing prayer meeting. You are al- 

'Vays welcome. 



CHRIOTTW ffM t- CHURCH 


37t and Naem!; ' 

Charlts P.^onaa, MMer 


Wo 


WAfiO CHAPEL A.M.lE. CHURCH 
1252 Bast 2Sth St. 

, . \ Rev. B. R. Guy, Pastor 

I>a8t week was a. record breaker foi 
the parsonage conducted by the tw( 
stewardess Boards, was quite a sue 
reps in procuring a number of usefu 
articles for the parsonage. Our Sun 
day Hchocl was well attended and th< 
interest commendable. 

At the morning srrvirr the paste: 
ppokp from the text. "HlesSod are th( 
poor in spirit, for theirs is the king 
dom of heaven." The largo audienci 
gave marked attention ami visitor! 
from Wichita. Kans.. and other placet 
were prestnt. Both endeavors wert 
well attended and tho.ir lessons were 
interesting. At night the pastor spok€ 
from the text. "My heart is fixed, C 
Gpd. my heart is fixed '. Theffe- was a 
miked audience present and one pef 
SOB joined the church. 

Next Sunda'y will be our Quarterly 
Meeettng day. ATI are cordially invit- 
ed. We -are very grateful to all who 
helped to make our linen shower such 
a 8ucces8. 


r. grpwlns. Pastor Jones la 
^'- lilng atboue and feeding the 
..Ov.'i twice SundaraBt 11:S0 a. m. and 
ii:30 p. m.. aad-^edneaday eraainga 
at 8-15. VAt Wa.dne8day B)der.I*.:D. 
Wilson galas' a: 'nieBsd^. ' ' '^ - 

Miss Rirtt^Parl^«r, daSgter of'Wra.' 
Martha Pirker 4f' tS^^ B.SSrd atrek. 
is very stek. ' ; ' "• '■ ' . . 

R^. Jamu A; 'ganders is aaststteg 
Sider Caldweir tn.-« pastorate niaet- 
ing Id BStergreen St., BoylA Retgh'u, 

At Cnrisfa Temflle- Church last Sun- 
day afternoon, Re^. Fleming of the 
Baptist church at Watts, preached 'a 
helpful sermon, while Brother Berry, 
of Pasadena, and his two daughters 
made music. And oh, such entrancing 
heavenly, and exalting music Bro. 
Berry was chorister for the C. & M. 
A. in Cleveland, Ohio many years. We 


1*Mtt BiuMiar iriu be a gtmt day at 
Mt Site. Thsra wan tvanrtti mint* 
by R«T. ttokea at «adi atrrtB*. 

The aftemaoii tarrloa will tie «a- 
der the aiiapiceB^r the Loa ABcaCia 
Baptist MlBMcra' Union. 

Rev. W. H. M. Diokeraon, Preaideat 
of the Uvion will be the Maater ht 
Caremoniea; Prayer by Rer. OrlStnr 
Scripture, Rev. R. H. Wade: Sermon, 
by Rev. H. D. Prowd; Remarks by 
the pastors and ministers of the city. 

PEOPLE'S iriOEKNOENT 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

I • 

18th and Paloma 

Rev. N. P. Greggs, Paator 


' Next Sunday {Hromisas to be no leaa 
inspiring i with splrltal enthusiasm 
than last/ Sunday. The throitg tttat 
thronged the todttorium kept tiu 
ushers busy; 'but such is charaeteris- 
tic of tfats cbnireh. The Stisday Sctiool 
under the superintendency of Mrs. B. 
B. Prentice with a seaf-sacrtflciBf 


have never seen tiis equal as a gospel* staff of oiBc^rs and teache'rs, is 


chqrister. He siiws again at Cluriati 
Temple church, sfth and Napini next' 
Sunday, night, at S 'p. m. 


CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
33rd and H,«op«r ykve.V 

Frederick! Mitci>W+r Pastor 


M. 


CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Watts, Calif. 

Cor. Long Beach Blvd. 

Redorfdo Car Line 

Isaac J. Williams, Minister in Charge 


and 


The services at the OhrlBtlan 
Church were greatly enjoyed by all 
vho attended. Pastor Mitchell' harlag 
egained his strength from several 
'ays of Illness. Thi'activities in every 
lepartment took\pBt5aew JKe. Sermon 
ly the pastor nfofliing and,, evening. 
Sunday school 10:00' a. m. anH Chrls- 
ian Kndeavor> Society at'$^4!> p. m„ 
vpre the feSlnrl^s of the day. t>0- 
-ram with a special message by Miss 
Torcthy flays upon the subject "I/ife". 
\n enthusiastic' campaign has been 
aunchrd by the paster and Sunday 
•chool worker to induce every mem- 
ber of the cti%r"ch to become a mem- 
ber of the Sunday rfchool.-'M, well as 
■lie vifitors who attend a»r ;service. 
To promote this idea the'^'stady of 
the Bible in ilass work will liSonBpo- 
lite much of the time of the morning 
preaching .service. Thift^ extensive Bi-, 
ble school work will be perfected by 
the first Sunday in April. Next Sun- 
iay a^ the usual hour regular serv4c- 
es. Sermon at 11:30 a. m. and S: 00 p. 
m.. Sunday School at 10:00, EAieavoi 
Society at 6:4i p. ra. All are welcoijif 

3ETHEL BAPTIST CHURlCH ' 
.i-.>»<fin« <.rvlr*. in the Y. M. C. A. 
9th and Hemlock Sts, 

H. D. PROWD, Pastor 


The servicpa on last Lord's day 
were splendid. Bible school at 10 a. m. 
and preaching' at 11 a. m. We have 
some members on thp sick list. Bro. 
fashtcr has a Kprain»>d anWe and 1ft- 
tle Sister Willie Bryant has been on 
thi> sick list for two wcpk*. We pray 
■ for their spee<ly recovery. Bro. Wil- 
liams, who tilled the pulpit took for 
his subject the second chapter of Phfl- 
llp. at"! th- T-i'rith verse, ."Wherefore 
Ood ai hutc highly pxaltpd him, and 
given him a name, which is above 
every name." Services for next Lord's 
day as usual. Biblo School at lu a. ni. 
and preaching at 11 a. ni. You are in- 
vited. Come and hear us. 


growing in numbers and iatereat. 
This was greatly evlden(^d.in the at- 
tendance last SnBday. 

At Jthe eleven o'clock hour, the 
apeclal anthems and songs sang by 
the Choir were an open door of i^. 
spiratlon to the soul-stirring sermon 
preached by the pastor; Mr. Antliony, 
the soloist of the morning, sang very 
effectively, a number that be himself 
baHl arranged. Many ont-of<oWn vis- 
itors were present. The prayer and 
praise service of the "Five o'clock 
Hcnr" is Increasing in interest and 
attendance: The Cbrtatian Endeav- 
or Society, whlich mcvts at 8:15 p. M. 
has recently organized a Junior and 
Senior Department »1th Mrs. AVales 
'as SnperriBor of the Seniot nopt. 
and Mr. Hall, Stipervisor pt the Ju- 
nior Department. With the guidance 
of the Pi-esident, Prof Biggers, the 
maiucging of the live and wide-awake 
supervisors, together with a faithftil 
workiHR committee, the' Bndeavor 
premised to be a record-breaker dur- 
ing the next six months. 7%e Young 
Pottle's Lycenm takes no second 
t>iace in the Itme-ttght of social ser- 
vice -and educational activfttas, \ as 
evidenced-«rom time to time. Martced 
sign of its success in prodnofag pro- 
grams chanacterixed with excellency, 
wae that of the wonderful drama stag- 
ed test Tuesday night at the chnrch 
andHorium under the direction of 
Mrs. George Beavers, Jr. The tnture 
bas in store greater treats by this 
tpJd other active bodies of the church. 




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A.nt A.«k 
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And Iw^jiplMl'itMMiil 
^YSICIAH A SURGEON 

! OHlea: ttlS Central Awa.' 
ftea., 1807 K.'Mkh 9L 
Lea Anael*!, Cal. 
OIHe* Noura: 

Phana: Humboldt 



Dr. L E Caoailaf^^ 

DENTIST ' 

1438 Cmtral A^ 
Los Aacaleii, I 



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^ICTMV or t<OUl£l<>LO OV 

mjTH fw. «ao9. a u. a oi a p. 

.Itoeu tataad Srd TIntsdaya of 
i«A mdBih at t p m. at Odd J'aUowa 
Wn. SOiWo WaU Sta. 

Ufa. UUian Whitten, M. K. «„ U74 
W. WKHPUkm. Phone 7T9M. 

.'Mfair^ m MUler. W. B« ltS4 JR. 
Uttl'A^^one South MSS^. 


V ' BI»EmwMk rAU 

'(aa#ii thtf'^iad aad «ta Tnaaday av- 

.taioga t^.wek •oath; aU naatban 

titigooia ataadiag of the Q. V. O. ot O 

r.; an »hHkya w*leu«aa. 

diDO^s ooRDOw. p. *■ 


m O. >. %TARNBS 

FinaaLh Specialist 

NME, THROAT AND INTRAVEN 

OU« EXPERT 

2403 CENTRAL AVENUE 

^^OfT99* nINttOOrOv 97cf\ WrttCt, oSuvi 

Matropeliian 1417 
10 A. M. to t P. Nr.-4<H«m Calta ^ 

SaMBialty 
Offlea #lMiie iU-TTI 
ReaM*fW« WtoM HaniliAidt >aas.J 


WANTED 
A few hours work erenlngs after 
■flv e by a Bret '«Iam ohavirevr. eleva- 
.t«r ot»*raf«r. jabitor and »11 around 
-man. Will pay «ood prieo for informa- 
tion. . Phone brexel 3742. 


— -Talk Wlth- 
J. OONdS^RCAL 
SZn Central Ave. 


ESTATE 
Hum. 3M7-J 


TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
3ath St. and Nprmahdie Ave. 

Rev. J. A. IH. Eldridge, Pastor 

Sunday was rally day at Trinity. 
Quite a neat sum was realized, from 
the effort put forth. The rally will con- 
tiane. Our pastor was at his best in an 
awakening message at eleven o'clock. 
His text was taken from .Mark 12:41. 
At seven-thirty he spoke from the sub- 
ject, "Cross bearing" taking his text 
from Matt. 6;2», In I the showed uh 
verp plainly that to be disciples of 
our Christ we must deny ourselvps, 
take up our cross and follow him. We 
are verj proud of ovr pa.stor who is 
wOrVIng hard tn lift our people to 
higher and nobler thiiftrs. Our Sunday 
school and B. Y, P. T. arc doing nice- 
ly. Come out and help us. A welcome 
for all. 


WESLEY M. E. CHURCH 
EtgMh and San Julian Sts. 

Rev. A. P. Shaw, Pastor 


■ Sunday was an cxcoilent day at 

, Wftsley. Tb» pastor's sermon in the 
Tooming was helpful and inspiring. It 
would have done your sould good 1o 
have heard the letters from the young 
people suggesting ways and meaus of 
forkarding church work. 

The program conducttid by Miss 
Vaasie Williamson in the evening was 
nf a high order. The Young People's 
Chorus with Mrs. M. O. Bowers, as 
Directress. an<> Mrs. 11. W. Markham 
as ontanist. rendered excellent music. 
The Sunday School Orchestra .direct- 
ed ^ Mr. James K. Warren rendered 
two very tine selections. Wesley is 
proud of her Snnday' .School Orches- 
tra. Miss I.,iltl«john was at her best 
Bit soloist. Mis.s I.uela (Jrf'i; was ox- 
cHlaat in the pantomim'-. "Clinging 
th ' the Croes". Th'- adrtrisn by Mr. 
Wiialyn Stovall tnaniTesteri ability 
and poiHe for beyond hU age. Miss 

."CdBBOetla- Bright was at her best in a 

tdttetliag and appropriate reading. The 

pnglVD aa a whole was excellent. 

TUa Sunday promises great things 

,to tttOM Who worahip with, ns. You 

'^)rm flttaWr-a fteat treat, if you fail to 
hMT tkt ^gUtOt'a moraiog sermon on 
"Why I am a ChrisUaa". Thl sser- 

"ttin win h« Mpecialiy b«i«ficial to 
MMflMM asd MVUra after tnth 4t 
all •(•••' Among the topics to be dlB- 
ta^aaa -jf-the gt aiilag ht>«r"«rUl_^ 
"Tha -PiWKlwr »ad BoMftaa". 

Ttae". fl|ltl# JMBc tr tim 

Oat l» «MikliU^ tittmiiag Ue 
' ; -fyraiW . af WaaJey. We are de- 
ibitd to feaap our promise to make 
Varoaiiaf aerrtoM mtusoadly baift- 
fttd uutktitl Com nd *««. 


Our Sunday School was Well attend- 
ed. The iiubject of the I.«s8on was 
that ot "The Reign rf David." Many 
useful admonitions were given the 
scholars concerning the resignation 
of David to the will of Gcd^-tbat his 
son Solomon and not he should build 
a House for God. Enconragemeflt to 
gratitude was empasized on the 
grouTid of David's tJianksgiving. be- 
cause of Gofl'H kindnPB.s in promising 
perpetuity rf he reign of his house 
over Israi'l. 

A be 11 o'clock service Dr. ft"owd 
preached from John 12:?1 — "We 
would see Jesos." I was ideed a time 
of refreshing from The Master— all 
received the benefit. 

At tJie uBual hour The B. Y. P. V. 
carried ont a splendid program. The 
subject "Peace and Power" was dis- 
cussed with ■profit by all. 

'The Pastor used Jhe same subject 
for his evening discoiirse, and brought 
out fully te many points overlooked by 
the others. We intlt'e all to our ser- 
vices, and ask that you cosae pray- 
ing. 


WALL ST. CHRISTIAN CHUflCH 

East Sth and Wall Sta. 

'^\ P. C. Cpthran, PaatOr 


METROPOLITAN BAPTJST 
CHURCH— 

.37A and Paloma ijtoa^ 
\ M. C. Carter, ftiator 


Sunday past waS another great day 
at Metropolitan: A^ide' from being 
thn cIoRp of our tea-weak rally which 
v.a^ a dpcidrtd success, religious fer- 
vor ran hiKh. Our. pastor preached 
at 11 n. m. with frrce and power 
from tho Bobjfct 'jTh» Manhood of 
J'-Kus " anrl again at the evening ser- 
vice brnught. tn us another meftsage 
full cf thought. The pastor will fill 
the pulpit Sunday a. ra. and will 
Jsreach fiTim the subject "The Pow- 
erful Christ." 

Notice— The "Training for Service 
Class has been changed to 5 p. m. 
Sunday. Rev. I. N. Whitten, a very 
efficient Bible teachc'-, is In charge. 
This class is free-, and opened to the 
public, rome and avail yourself of 
this cpportunily. 

Oil March 30lh at. 3 p. m. Rev. 
Krank .lames of Santa Monica will 
preach at Metropolitan under auspices 
of the Missionary Society. All who 
havf hoard Rev. James know what a 


Par services lord's Day were good. 
The BIMe Sclrool was apfo the stand- 
ard. Oar pastor has begun a iceries 
of sermon preceding- the Easter, all 
touching on the teaclring and doings 
of .Christ up to the resurrection. His 
mesBBges last Ix>rd's day and the 
laird's day preceding, relating to the 
same subjects were eloquent and ex- 
cellent, also inspiring and upilftlng. 

Sistpr Catherine Keith, the presi- 
dent of our Missionary Society has re- 
turned from Chicago. Our congrega- 
tion Is going right ahead raising funds 
for buying a church home. We are 
trying to be tfoe and faithful In our 
worship. and elforts to do good. 

We Invite all who will to come and 
worship with us. You are welcome. 


LINCOLN MEMORIAL CONGREGA- 
TIONAL CHURCH 
34th Street and Central Avenue 
Rev. E. E. Lightner, Pastor 



The services at this church were 
uDusually good the past Sunday in 
point of interest and attendance. The 
pastor occupied the pulpit at the 
morning hour and gave the second in 
his Pre-Easter series on: "The Teach- 
ings of- Jesus." the subject for Sunday 
being "The Meaning of Discipleship." 
The mixed auartet added mnch to tho 
servlcp in the singing of "Came Holy 
Spirit." Master Warren Boswell ac- 
companied by his sister, pleaded the 
audience with a violin solo as the of- 
fertory. 

In the evening Rev.; St. Geo. A. Mc- 
Callam brought a sfilendld message 
using as his text the -words of Jesns: 
"I ath the way, the tmth and the 
Life." The Ghrtsfian, Bndeavor So- 
' ' ciety held aa excellent session at 6:30. 

Tills Sunday, March tSU the pas- 
tor will preach at both Bervlt^es. Ybu 
are cordlaJly invited to worship with 
us at all times. Wc look forward with 
anUclpation to the Pre-Baster moot- 
ings which will begin Wedne.sday ev- 
ening, April 9th. Rev, Bro. Lewis, 
the great singing evangelist will be 
with us. Plan to attend all these 
meellDgs. 


speaker he is 
mind. 


so keep that date in 


BAOLK -KLKVKK 
■MT. ZION HAPTIST CHURCH 
•50th and 'Mooper AVs. 

Rev. A J. Willia»»i8, Acting Paster 


Snnday was aaotlier «ood day with 
us at Mt. Zlon Bapfiat Xhftroh. 

At the niorning service the pasthr 
spoke fT«m tho sobitet: "JL.ove tWe 
Greatest Motive Power." All seemed 
to have been benefltted by the ser- 
mon. 

At the afternoon service Rey. T. 
Watklas of ^Chicago preached.x All 
enjoyed the wonderful message hro't 
na by this iman of ded. ^ 

At tile evening ■ervtcoa the ya|itar 
apoke fttm the avb'Jaci; "Ood Mfekes 
no TMlWrMico." "jftie text waa <Ri>. 
manii 3:'20.' 

At o'jstock SnWhy >««tht Rev. A.^ 
J. ittskai, .j^ naafo* 


aented Utm/t. 

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Haut«: 9 to -11 A. M.; 2 to 4; 

8 to 8 P. M. 
PtMnea: OIRee Main aSS9 

Raa., Hum. Sttt-W 

BR. £6. tUMLL 

PH'\'^ICIAN & SURGEON 

Rea.: 1086 E. SSth SC 
Suite • and 7— Ooemopelilan Butdg. 

843 CENTRAL AVE. 
LOS ANGEI-ES , CALIFORNIA 

Ptrar,ea:.-.Offi<iik Main z688 
Res., Hum. 1344-W 

DOCTOR 

ft CLAVDE HUDSON 

SPECIALIZING IN PLATE 

DENTIST 

Suite 4 and 6— Cosmopolitan BIdg. 

- 843 CENTRAL AVE. 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

Rea. 826 E. 31at St. 


L. 


DOCTOR 

M. Shinohara 

Japnneim Ry«i HpM-falial 

I07>A E. 1st. Street 
PhMWt 828.1^ , 


Hours of Consultation: 
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 
p^tn.; Sunday 10 to 
12 n;. Phone 828-145 


AltornejTil;? : 
E BURTON CBgn 

Bmz to AauMMUkce' 

THE REMOVAL 

—Of Hia— . 

LAW OFFICES * 

606-7 BRYSON BLDG. 

Cor. 2nd & Spring Sta. 

Loa Ansroles, California. . 

Tel.: Met. 3584 


ChkiKar ivx 1, O. ■. 8 

BMta ' teat <»b4 third WadaaMU; 
attamooaa it 1 o'clock at tha bai' 
8S4)i CMitril Ato. 

K^. Ranct BKvm. w It 

isas HoApar Ai. 
%'■ ;'«ATI»1 OI^BNN, Sacy.. . 

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■ Mackey Temple No. 1, of the An- 
ciaBlArabiV Order, Nobles of the Mys- 
^Itc «hrinV Djeets 2nd and 4th Satur- 
day nfgrhtifc at Scottish Rite Hall. 
G«l\i CentJ^i Ave. All members ex- 
pected to i)e present. 

liOtXiR NoncK 

OIlMra ot th« 
Most Wotahlpfn) 
Sovereign Grand 
Lodea of Free 
and AcceptedMa 
aons for the Statt 
of California fo( 
ll^^ioraad Maater. J. H. WOaoa: 
^'AfdripHa'ttlS Holmea A-n., U A. 
R. IV. tDepaty'Q. U., T. d. Jnhaaoa. 
OnkUad 
- (|^-^.W- Orand SaaMr ^laaOaa, J. H. 
B4|HbB, Sacraaientsw 
^^'jrfKrand Junior Warden, T, K. 
- 'f^offbaon, Lkjs Angeles. 
A^.fWi-Qrand T/-eaaarer. H. 8. Bona- 

-ttoja, Bakereflatd. 
^ W. Orand L,ectnrer, Barane' 
..Rnlgfct. Ivoa Anaeiea^ 
'l. ^^^: G-*nd Secretary, Q. T7. WD- 
Mnn: aa Veas 211 O St.. Mary* 



CwnHwiiitf iB> ytitiot 

Tk* iraateat aoveaMOt in tiM hia- 
tory of the Blaok Paople tt the world. 
One God, oae aim, one deattay. 

The Universal Improvement Aaaoci- 
ation aad Atrican Oammanitiea 
VtAgne wanU every black man and 
woman tt> t>ec«iae an active ■i«al>er 
of the orcanliatlon. If yon have ^de. 
« you. OMi tkat by oo^)p«i«l«on <•• can 
make ^»aditions ij«tter;tt, thft State 
aad- other rtatea, if yon'helieve that 
the black boy or Islack girl la the e- 
nual of other boys and jtria of other 
races: then prove It now by ccMjperat-; 
Ing to demoaatrate our ma^ood and ► 
womanood. not by i^JkloK. out by 
ing thlBga. We -faaject 'the rishU }fit- 
all mankind believlBs ajwaya in tae- 
Brotberbood of man and tbe fatbor 
hood of God. ■ 

Jamee .AuBtlD MTUy East Madiaon 
the fam<Ju8 sheep buWher, was laid ; 
off by the rnres Packing Compaar 
indefinitely. Will accepta positi on oj> 
a seageiaK vessel at the flrat oppor- 
tunity. A*i^ now he is at lil>erty. 

Snbscril^ foa The Cal^rnia Eagje. . 
Biggest and jJest ialored' Journal on 
the Pacific coaw. Price rz.OO p«>r yaar. 
Callt F. R... Brooke, East 1344 and , 
make arranpemtiits. He is the acant. ■ 
for The California Eagie. Thanks. 

Thp ;s«flerBl objects of the I'alrer' 
eai Nejrro improvement Asao. A Afri- 
can -Cominanities Loapse are: Tooa- 
tablisb a universal ■ confraternity 
among '.the race: to ^omote the SplMt 
of pHdi> aad love : to administer to' and 
assist the needy; to asuist in elvllv 
ini? the backwood tribes of Africa* to'' 
strengthen' the nationalism of Inde- " 
pend»»nt State jn Africa; to establlah ; 
commissionaries or a*r«incies ta4t*e-,' 
priaeipal conntries' of the woHd' far, 
(he protection of all FHack PeopI*. l)r» " 
rrprpfctivc of nationality; to 'e4(!a^- 
llsh tjnivcrsitres. coleges aad acOool 
or the racial education and cutlnre of 
otir young meji and«»'om<"n; to con- 
duct a worldwide commercial -and in- 
ilustrial Intereonrse for. the l>enefit of 
(he race: t^ *-ork for betterment ot , 
Black PeoplsL If these fbjects do nt*; ' 
appf^l to. you, then you are dead ^to 
all! sense cfrace pride and race man- 
hood. 

Meet every Snnday afternoon at 3 
o'clock, 10?4 East Adam Street, bos 
Angeles Division No. 156. 

4TH| ANNUAL FASHION SHOW 


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GRAND LODIIE ROSTER 

GRAND JURISDICTION OF 


FOR SALE! FOR SALE! 

A SNAP 
One Acre and Small 
House. Three Chicken 
HotMcs; Three Chicken 
Yards. Water Piped^ 
throufifh yard— $2500^00 
—Half Cash! 

BETTER HURRY! 

BUY NOW! BEFORE THE 
ADVANCE! 


J. 




FRED HAS OH '^ 
AMome7-at-Iaiar aad Notary Y>«M>c 

Practice in all the Conrta of Cali- 
roraia. ConanlUtton B'ree. 

Office: 224 8. Spring 8*.. Roob 
311; Phone Metropolitan 1138. Res.:< 
S8< Birch St.; Fbone Bdw» 1062. 

A Square deal aad a dellTary of 
the Kooda. 



t TMfe members of the Phys-Art-Ut-- 
I Mo Club are busy, arranoing far 
\ their Annual ^akhion Stiow, wtiich 
I will take place at Philharmonic Audi- 
' t^ry&tn, Wiuraday, April 3rd. 
] For the past throe years hundreds 

h»ve been turned away from the 
I amnv tor lack of seating capacity. 
I so this year, they have secured the 
' largest avaitahle place. 

The 1924 Show promises to be the 
\ mtm t gorgeaus e4 all. 

!____ _ , • 

I WANTED: Chtldren' to care for in 
] the home — Personal attention given to 

all children. 53X So. Aurora Avenue. 
' Watts, Calif. 
I Mrs. M. E. ^. , .'MS-r-* 


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KNlGHTS OF PVTHfAS E. & W. H. 

CALIFORNIA 1<«^3-1924 
P. G. C— J. Sotre8....Sncraniento. Cal 
3. fiiep.— H. W. Marlcham, t,oa Ange- 

"les. Cal. 
.3. C— W. P. Taylor, Stcramento. Cat ; 
Q. V, C. — A. A. Logan. Sacramento, ' 

Cal. 
■3. -P.— J. J. Bunch. r>asadena. Cal. 
a. K, R. S.— F. B. Bailey, Sacramento. 

•Cal. 

G. M. E.— J. M. Taylor. Los Anreles. 
Cat. ---6 . 

G. . M. A.— H. Coleman. Pasadena* ' 
Cal. ■ 

a. I. 


FOR SALE'.-Houees and lota in 
Southeast Section. Let me show you. 
Mr. Owner, list, your proj^rty with 
Clara >C. Hulbert for quick results. 
PboRe Humboldt 3061-W.. , , 

— PORO-i- 

BE AUTY PARLOR 


M. H.BROYLES 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR 

AT LAW 

General Practice— Criminal and CUil 

All Courts— State and Federal 

' Room 632 Bryson Bldg 

145 So. Spring St. Loa Angalea, Cal. 


Scalp Treatment, Fancy Hair- 
dresinc. Facial Masaare. Mani- 
curing. Hair Manufacturing. 

6 rl5f V'SI; Sacramento. cal> ; Complete Kne of Hair and 

O^O.-J. T^ . Ponnell, Sacramento, ; -^^ c^^^. 

MRS. A. N. WRIGHT SMITH 

. Propitietreas 

848¥t Central Avenue 

Rea. Phone: Humboldt 7542>J 

Call Beforfe 8:30 A. M. or 


6rand Trustees: B. F. Kenny, Sacra 
mento, Cal.; F". Harper, Pasadena. 
Cal.; L. J. Smith, Sacramento, Cal 


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_^_K»Bfcojjk a«ii.R 11 
22o So; Compton Ave. 

Waits, Calif. 


Dr. Starnes eaUs tableta that break 
a cold in one day-^403 Central Ave. 


WEST SIDE MISSION A. M. E. 

CHURCH— 

1S09 W. 36th Street 

Major G. W.<RrioleJI, Pastor 


GRAND BAZAAR 


•A1*RIL. 1, 2, 3, 1924 
Auspices Club* of Beth Eden Bap- 
slHt TorapTe and RaHtaldn Mother*' 
Cltib. Beautlfol display of fancy work 
and iJHeful wearnn attparel. Dinner 
and reti^eshmentB at ^11 times. Wed- 

The Mi«.^nary society n,et at Mrs 'S,rt^^'l^''S^!::ZS 

pno.it.i;"re^i::,."';'.7 ry r^ref- --'-,*• ^ ^■^eT'srx j:r'T 

Int -VBH larirelv i.tt«nH»rf -mi ihol "^ ^*^"^ fcden Baptlat Church. 

mL»l...l Iff .tr u , 11 ,. ■ . I Don't-mlSB it. A bushel of fun. 
preKence of the Holy Spirit was Inl »7.w ..^rf ».i»i.. ».„ ■ a « 

evl*DBee. Sunday School waa largely;, p.^**,;"*" '^'"""■' ''*^' *" *' «'**"'• 


WILLIS O. TVlER 

ATTORNEY.AT.LAW 

" 224 •. 8PRINO STREET 
S12 I. I. Philllpa Bldg. 
Raa. 1206 E. Adama South 417 

LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

Phone: Pico 3210 

Day Rhone: 67S N'^'ht: tlll-w 

E. c mms 

LAW OFFICE—Notary Public 

429 BRYSON BUILDIMG 

H«a.: 1144 E. Adams-Hum. 1633-W 

Phone: 674r90 Ua Anoelea, Cat, 


ttttaoded. r 

The vastorpreacbed sermon on bap. 
tism at the eleven o'clock service, Ave 
«andWate8 recblved the Sacrament of 
BAIitiBm. One united to the member- 
ahH> at. this aerVioe. The Superinten- 
tMnt of the A. C. E. Leasue reports a 
iMHre atteadance at 3:30 p. m. tneet- 
ttg: It fa gratifying to note the en- 
thtSrtaMa of this departraeat ot the 

At.,.7?30. p, m. Major' W.T.r Ander- 

BOD dallVared hls'^fuubaa leolure on 

Uss trip aroand the- woHd to; a large 

t j^ajB ta g aClgB. Many Wajt^ 'were 

"" f dariag t*ev dai'.»J««. =^r 




pawfll^prwica 


«. ATTENTION 

Wfe-ara oCaring >erary taan^and ev- 
ery, woinao.ao opportuoii|y il you are 
yonr own t>oaa and cabrmalie a de- 
cision, ve(cat)^ help yau.'iOlharwiaet 
pleaae.do BOt take i<p-.6«r (•««. Ad- 
dreaa "0»p6rt«>iity", OalUOjnM*- Bfifle 
Office, Boa A, 833 Central Aireiine, 
Btatiiis tii&e and place ,oI . appoint- 
ment. ' . 3-lS-r-2.. 


and'mtiulhititer the Otnatminioii' at the 
elaivira oil'^kick^aMrflce. Mlik '<rlUi ua 


321t'e«iftra( Ave. r 


>ttun.304^-J 


THE LACELAND 

FURKISHEO ROOMS 

'Mra. . >i;inMitlaee, Pr«p. . 
870 TwaiTth' Street San Diego, Cal. 


EXCHANGE AND 
RENTALS 

321^ Central Avenue 

Phone: Hum. 3047-J i t^*******f**^^********^**% 


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Real Estate 


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SERVICES t>F A STENOG- 

RAPHER--SEE 


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CteoiiilrrA^aBtitHi givaa? to Oairtto 
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738 E. lath 9t. Loa Angai^ Cal. 

An ohr drugglsta carry. Peaihrok'* 
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MRS. RANDOLPH 

REALTOR AND 

PUBUC STENOGRAPHER 

Room 15— Cosmopoli^n Bldg. 
843 CENTRAL AVENUE 
. Pbone: Main 1037 


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Office: Hum. 701J-J: Hum. 2076 

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Office tloure:^*-ta 4P, M. 

And by Appointment '' 

R. S. WMttai^er, 

MEDICAL DOCTOR 

Special Attention (^iven te Sur- 
gery and Chronic Diseasea 
Pamleca Delivery C^a at tba 
Dunbar Hospital 


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DR. D. C. MURDEN 

NfYBTetAN AND BUHQCON 

CaabopoWtaa Bid*. 
a«3 Olntral Ave. 

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Suy property at Watfe^—This thriv- 
ing, Health-Givina aaation excela In 
values in modern houses and deairablo 
property sites. 

Don't buy in Watto. until you aea 
theaa apeclal valugs handled by Mra. 
Mattle Sha^kclford-MkKnisht. 

Six baroains hear Abila Btatian. •• 

Five S-roem Haoaaa juat ffaiahari; 
J modem in evary way, 88x190, rant<i^ 
from 827S0 te 8 888 8110 to $1080 
dawn payment. 

MATTIC SHACKELFORD 

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Humboldt 368X41 4 


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-LOB ANOCLKB. CALIF. 


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Bgr all^nsans there should be anoth- 
enB auto *how such as was iiiHd iast 
y«»r WBder fbe Mnupy oC I'-srl's Oa- 
rage. TSlB do«B not necsBitate ihe 
show's betOK held in tho same place 
or uijf'er th«, same conditionE, but let 


us have a $how. The pub'lc demands 
it. the dealdrs should if they are able 
to visualize: at all that their pleasure 
should be tij comply with the public'a 
demands sihce he is catering to it 
and must depend on it to successfully 
operate bis business. 

Time was! when automobiles were a 
curiosity in j so far as owning one by 
any numbet of the group was con- 
cerned, but time has wrought many 


changes and the automobile is 
cessity to every one. 

Since such IS the case why not get 
together , reSt a place, hire som'e mu- 
sic, and put the thing over, or if this 
does not ■ meet the approval of the 
dealers, then set aslcfe a cerain week, 
get the old joint cleaned up and In Al 
shape and ^lave what you'd call a dis- 
play week. Tiiia wouiu mean thous- 


CENTRAL AVENUE BRANCH 

WHITE AlJTO COMPANY 

1521 Central Avenue 

T H E B A R G A I N H O U S E ^ U PR E M E 
"Ask The Man Who Bought From Us" 

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ands of dollars to the coIor«d dealers 
and give the public an oppomnity to 
become better acquainted with the 
men who have had the nerve to step 
out in thrs particular Itae. invest their 
money and successfully meet compe- 
tition. 


EXHAUST 


REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS/ 


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Stephens, 5-Pass., Disc Wheels .:..,... ..$12^0.00 

Chandler Dispatch .;.....: $. 625.00, 

Buick Touring .^ $ 

Apperson Speedster *' $ 

Essex Touring, New Paint 

Ford Coupe, Equipt . 

Ford Touring, Rucksteel Axle $ 350.00 

Dodge Touring $ 550.00 

Paige Touring, $ 

Cadillac Touring, New Paint, Blue 

Case Touring ^ 

Dodge Roadster... .^ * $ 


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825.00 
,$ 850.00 
$ 500.00 


550.00 
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Independent Rubber Co. 
Handles New Product 


Te Independent Rubber Company 
has just received the announcement 
that the Michelin Tire Company 1m|b 
again contributed a new developmetft 
to the use of balloon tires on preseht 
rime by niarketins a clincher balloon 
tirt' that fits 30 hy 3'i clincher rims 
without a changi'. 

This tire Is 31 hy 4.40 incites in 
size. The reconinieiulcd inflatiDU for 
the usual ford loac! is twenty poundij 
on „ front wheels and Iwcniyfive 
pounds on the rear, t^uantity deliv- 
eri( R are now being made from all 
.Michelin hran<hc'.s. 

In crnnection with tbe introduc-. 
t:nn of the new tire. .1. Hauvette .Mich- 
elin issued the followins statement. • 

"The development of the new Mich- 
elin 31 by 4.4(1 Clincher Comfort Cord 
poes hack to a period in French his- 
tory when the development of a tire 
of thi.s type became vit;i| to the pros- 
perity of the .'iutomchile industry 
jiliroail. 

"Because of the high price of gaso- 
line in Europe, and because of the px- 
tremely 'hiBh taxes on curs overi. a 
certiiin size, a smaller type of car has 
lieeii common abriuid thjui »i> kncAv 
ill ll'ii^ country. For iii'^iance. iIhtc i.-- 
till- live lioni-jKiwir (it (v)ii. or the si.\ 
hursi'iiow'.-r lienault', or the .small I'eu- 
eeot-Quadrillctte — nil popular cars. 
They are very light, ad until .Septem- 
lirr. 19"23, were e(|uiiiped with very 
small, clin.-her tir. a' inflaleil to" a hlfeh 
pri ssure — us'ual'iy about si.-veiity 
pounds. 

".\t the r';i"-is Automt)hili' Show !n 
Septi.inher, 1H23. this new tire was 
displayed hy the car uiaUer.-* for the 
UrsI time. \\.^ dereiopmeiit has heon 
been kept a profound sccct. and the 
motoring world of Kuropc. as wt'1l»a.s 
llie l'nite<! Stales, was startled not 
only to find that the tires existed at 
all, hut at tbe same time to learn 
thai quantity deliveries were being 
niaile. .\ c.irtoon ajipeared in .Motor 
World of September 12. 1!I2:!. which 
aptly illustrated, llie sensation caused 
hy the tires. 

"These tires were clinchers —so 
that at the very outset, Michelin had 
to solve the difficulties of building a 
balloon tiro with this type o£ bead. 



liill xt'heat js the first on the Ave- 
nue to sport Ualloon Tires, He has a 
special built car and lake it -from 
Spark Plug, it'K hot. <■ 

Dr. Turner is all smiles over the re- 
turn of her stcjlen auto. 

J. \V. Coleman is anxiously wishing 
for summer so he can again take 
those week end tri|is to Elsinro. 

Editor Bass is again at the wheel of 
his Packard coupe after an absence 
of several weeks in the East. 


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EXPERl* AUTOMOBILE iOPAlRMAh 

sj i. AH Work Gumntaed 
1215 NAOMt AVE. PHONE : HUM. 4t6(Ml ^ > 

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Reafl and $ave Money J 

ONE OF THE BEST TIRES MADE, ALL FACTORY* J 


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Ed Pearl is igain on the job sellins 
cars al his place of business. 


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Miss Ivy Washington. popj 
school ".Mam," has aljout the c]^ireiest 
Ford coupe in lown. 

Mr. Hoh Perry has exchan.;;.jl his' 
Studebaker touring car r<5r a limoe,- 
sine. Quite a difference. , 



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tho credit of IxdiiK ihe o?.-: woman 
driver n .hi- State. 


Dunbar Ikatre Under 
New Management 


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AUjOtber Sizes at the Same Cot Pric«a 

BiirR^pctioB on all Sizes of Tubes 

20 PERCENT OFF ON ALL AUTO THEFT LOCKS 

lanipionXiSpIitdorf and A. C. Titian Spark Plugs;. Coil 
nnts; SdirQder Air Gaages; Valve Inaides; StoJpileaJc 

Radiator Compound: Headlight Globes; Ford H«ad. 

lamps; Tire TwjIs; Tools of all Kinds; Tool Boxes;. 

Pumps; Jitfeli[.<;; — In fact all Auto Supplies at a saving. 

' All G|aofls Sold Under a Money Back Guaraate* 


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COMEi iJN A-OOK US OVER— GET OUR PRICES 

Clii^s* E. Pearl Garage 


Harry L Beal— Branch Mgr. 


Humbolt 6520 


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Verses for songs and poems written 
with spirit and theme. Music dictated 
or composed for piano. Phone Xum- 
bolt 5991-W. W. H. Garnett, 1520 New- 
ton St. ' 2-8-r-12 


The i:)iinhar Tli-alre on Central 
.Avenue l)ttVN>'en luth aud illli. is now 
ruiiniiiK under new manageniont and 
is lurnishing its pat.>'ous with the lal- 
''st and newest ])ictnres seen at any 
movie picturde bouse in the Eastern 
section of the city. 

Thf iuti'Ution or the pn sent man- i 
aReinent in ijoiiils of good pidures, | 
and 1,'ooii order is to place tliis the-j 
atri' on a par with the best in thf city.'i 
and it is uskiUf; those in close proxim- ' 
ily for their support. 

1 have been confined to my bed 
sinc' February 27. Vr21\ to December 
21. 1324. I have tried doctors of this 
city and through the providence of 
(icd, and my home town family, Dr. G. 
.!. Stearns, has hit the key note to 
my recovery. 1 recommend D". (j. .!. 
Stoarnes to all who need medical at- 
tention. 240n Central .\venne. 

Mr. & .Mrs. J.\MK.S Y.ANCKY. 

Itni W o'lth Place. 



1234^41 EAST -NINTH STREET- 
PHONE 820755 






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Also Ac«Bts Vsr 
Kelly SpiinKfleld Rsdne. Finatoas 

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A Specialty 

WOEKMANSHIP AND MATKRIAL 

ODARANTEKD 

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Phone 15»971. 852 Central Are. 


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KNOWLEDGE IS PROUD THAT HE HAS 
LEARNED SO MtfCH- 

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PRIDE IS ASHAMED OF HAVING DEyjaVED 
THE HUMAN FAMILY OF SO MANY 
TREASURES OF LIFE. ^ / 


$978,000,(100 LOST BY THE PUBLIC LAST YES 
THROUGH THE EXCHAp OF AUfOMOliB; 

HAVE YOU SAVED ANY FOfmON QF THIS lOSS 
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Wall, W*ll, look who'*. hcr« aoalnt 
Laa vrnriat Allcgrat to the strain* of 
Sunnyland Jazz, Easter Monday at 
Arien. Hall. Dancing til 2 a. m. 

Tbe chairman of the exchange 
south is asking each club to send a 
representative to the first meeting to 
be held to arrange plans for the Annu- 
al Elxchange. This meeting will be 
held Friday, March 28th at 2 p. ra. at 
the East Side Mother's Homp, 1657 E. 
22nd Street. 


GRAND ORATORICAL CONTEST 


The Belles Lettres Club ot the II. 
a. C. will present a representative 
from each of the Los Angeles High 
f!choolfl In an oratorical contest on 
April 10, 1924, at the University of 
Southern California, "Old College" 
Chapel, at 8:15 p. m. We solicit the at- 
tendance of the Los Angeles commun- 
ity. An announcement of the names 
of cont«stanta and judges will appear 
in next week's issue. Kindly reserve 
the date. No admission. 

A RTHUR E. PRINCE, Pres. 
Juanlta Ellsworth. Sect. 


REALM 


By: EMMA LU 


and Mrs.Oordon, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, 
Mrs. Talley. Mrs. J. A. Wright and the 
host and hostess. 


On last Wednesday, Mrs. J, M. Ed- 
wards of E 17th street entertained at 
luncheon in honor of Miss Hallie Q. 
Brown, National President ot Colored 
Women's Clubs and Bishop L. W. 
Kytes. Besides the honored guests 
and the hostess those present Includ- 
ed Mrs. W. E. Shaw, Miss Frances 
Brown and Miss Hazel Gottschalk. 


Don't forget the date, Easter Mon- 
day, Arion Hall, Third and Main. Sun- 
nyland Jazz. Benefit day nursery. 


CHARITY TOURNAMENT 


A Charity Whist Tournament given 
hy two prominent Police Officers' 
wires of the West Side. Mrs. E. R. 
'Roberson and Mrs. W. C. Hill at the 
residence of Mrs.'AV. C. Hill, 1442 "SV 
36th Place. The —funds made were 
given to a needy family. The evening 
wag enjoyed by many. After the priz- 
es were awarded the two hostesses 
served dainty refreshments. 


Rev. A. J. Stokes is here. A big 
union meeting will be held at he Mt. 
Zion Baptist Church. Sundays March 
23rd. at 3 p. m. under the auspices ot 
the Los Angeles Baptist Ministers' 
I'nion. All are welcome. 


The M. P. A. will present their 
monthly prcjtram, Sunday evening. 
March 30th, at Wesley Chapel M. E. 
Church. A fine program ha.s been ar- 
ranged. 'The public is cordially invit- 
ed. 


Mr. Guy Houston, well known rail- 
road man and prominent citizen .of 
Los Angeles, is reported sick at his 
palatial home on West 35th street. 

Mr. Smith of the South and Hart 
Tailoring and Dyeing Company, is the 
proud' possessor of a beautiful, new 
Kedan. 


Editor J. B. Bass will address the 
Forum Suuday on his recent trip to 
Chicago and Nashville, where he at- 
teniled the incolu League. Sanhedrin 
Court and National Press Associa- 
tion. 


Mrs. Decie Hill entertained the pasr 
tor's Aid Society of 'rrlnity Baptist 
Church at the residence ot her daugh- 
ter, Mrs. W. C. Hill. 1442 W. 36th 
Place. After a wonderful program 'Was 
rendered the hostess. Mrs. Decie Hill 
served a delightful repast, 

Mrs. Vernon Browm spent an en- 
joyable evening on March 15, 1924, 
entertaining her many t'iends at her 
cozy home, 1535 E. 48th street. After 
dancing and playing cards. Mrs. 
Brown served dainty refreshments. 


Whiftaker in Rote 


She has called upon Leon Whitta- 
ker, U. C. man, surrounded by the lov- 
liest of the city girls, to play the lead. 
The plot hinges around the revelries 
of a bachelor being -recalled by him 
on the eve of his wedding day. How he 
overcame these situations is worth 
your while investigating. 

Mrs. Eugene Walker Is President of 
the club, Mrs. Geo. Lewis, secretary. 
, Mrs. George White is general mana- 
ger, and has surrounded herself With 
the tollowing competent committee: 
Mrs. Malcom Pattoc, Mn. Frederck 
Roberts, Dr. Vada SommerTlle, Mrs. 
Georgia McCullough, Mrs. Ed nar Stew- 
ard. 


StOF,LC^ LISTEN 

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cliMa «f iia Aatoylblk 

N«w orXJsed 

Ut « Pint CIus flMlwiiie^'M 
Yitrtf ta^vtUinom AMvmiik or 
Sel«ct it \ for y^p. Cowmmhi- 

•cioua, CbvrtooMlr^ttd wI*^Imw 
« Thorottilk KaoWledto of all 
Parts* AeccMorios and Miadi- 
anismt of theniy^ thenAy i i«* 
mowinc all rUk af your -boing 
iixmt by uiinff yvnr owm. judg- 

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It will pay yoa to let me buy 
that care tor you— Get my 
proposition before you buy! 

My Charges are Reasonable 
•~Lef s Talk it Over Before you 
Buy, Call-~ 

W. LflEELY^ 

2S17 Central Avenue 
Phone: Humbott 2577 


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Watch for. our beautiful itostert 
paiiited by our own artist for April 
3rd Fashion Show. • 


REALTY 

2517 Central Avenue | ' 
Your "Rome" and Avoid Ndkes to_ 
Move. Invest in IVoperty and be Assured of I 
|an hcome. We make Out WiUs, AppGcations | 
■for Clerks and Carriers in Post Office. Wei 
iNotarize, etc. Our Rental List is the Fore- 1 
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Fashion Show Well Un- 
der Way Claun Phys- 
Art Members 


Everybody is talking about the big- 
geat Whiat Party ever held In the 
City to take place at Normandie 
Hall, Tuesday evening, March 2Stli at 
eight o'clock. Some of the lovely 
prizes to be awarded — Gem Safety 
Razor, Dr. Albert Baumann; Silk Pil- 
low, Mrs. Edwards: t,amp Shade, Mrs. 
Daisy Wilson; Camisole, Miss Caro- 
line Moore: Glove order, Mrs. J. W. 
White; article from MarguerHe 
Shoppe, Mtdame M. Cox; Toilet Ar- 
ticles, Madam* iBrethlc; Home-Made 
-Cake; Gentleman's Handkerchiefs and 
several others, fftluablf and useful. 
Tickets, SO.Cts., '^^, 



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SAYS WHICH? 
Las Vidas Allegras. fiaser Monday 
Night Ball, 3rd and Mann, Arion Hall, 
April tlBt. Snnnyland Jazz. 


Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smyer, who left 
the city March 2nd to visit points in 
the Northern part of the State and 
the middle West, are enjoying a de- 
lightful trip. 


B. Madison of 1753 West 35th 
was hostess at the Angeles, 


.Mrs. 

Street .._„ - 

Wednesday afternoon Club, after a de 
lightful luncheon whist was the diver- 
sion. Those sharing honors with the 
club were Mmei Evans, otj Chicago, 
111., Mrs. Carrington and otKers. 


We have In this ofUce a letter ad- 
dressed to W. P. Cooke. It Mr. Cook 
will call at 833 Central Avenue, the 
letter will be turned over to him. 


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Mrs. Mammie Mosley and daughter. 
Miss Lula McCree of New York City 
are new arrivals In the city and are 
the house guests of Dr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liam H. Foster of 979% So. Mariposa 
Street. 

Mrs. Foster i» the youngest daught- 
er of Mrs. Moseley and the little fam- 
ily incloding the doctor are happily 
Te-unlt«S^ ., 


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The Parthenla Social Club held a 
"business meeting at Mrs. Ollberta 
Kay's March 14, 1924. St. Patrick re- 
freshments were served. Club meeting 
adjourned to me^tAiilb Mrs. Mabel 
. tee, April 11, 192 


e^tA|ith Mrs 


Mw, Mamie Moaeley would like 
get In touch with Mrs. Will Massey, 
who before her marriage was Miss El- 
len Harris, of Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Moeley'e telephone connection 
la Drexel SOOS. 

Y. W. C. A. 


Tons of pretty sirls, and a trillion 
thrills of laughs and sighs. Gowns, 
movies, playlets and many other 
unique attractions are the offerings of 
the Fourth Annual Fashion Show 
which will be held at the Philharmon- 
ic Auditorium, April 3rd. 

This show, the club women a.ssert. 
will be not only bigger and more ap- 
pealing than any of previous years, 
but just what you will want and 
crave for at the right time. Just to 
show one that they don't dabble into 
little things, they have engaged the 
auditorium to handle the large' crowd 
that they expect to respond to their 
call. ^ 

' Fashion shows have swept the coun- 
try in recent years and have met with 
much success where ever th<:y have 
been staged. Outstanding was the re- 
cent Fashion Show staged under the' 
auspices ot the Cliicago Y. W. C. A. 
All of the windy city turned out to 
witness the revue. Many waited for 
the door.s to open, awaited so as to 
assure thf-mselyes of a good seat, 
rerorts an Eastern paper. 

Easttfrners^Show Enthusiasm 

Bedlam leigned supreme when at- 
tractive Helen C. Robinson appeared, 
attired in the costly costun.t of. Mrs. 
Mae. Robinson-Jackson, which star- 
tled America with its exquisiteness. It 
is said to have cost thousands of 
dollars. Mrs. Jackson is the grand- 
daughter of the late Mme. C. J. AVal- 

The club women of this c'ty are not 
worrying about the excluslveness apd 
the success of the Chicago Fashion 
show showing iip the West, for they 
point out that Chicago has given 
but two shows to date while they have 
launched just two ahead of them. 

"Our. Fashion Show, will meet the 
approval and criticism of any set or 
crowd," Mrs. Eugene Walker, presi- 
dent of the club is said to have said. 
"We have a varied program of music, 
art, style and merriment. If one part 
doesn't please you the other will". 

From a survey of the program the 
president is right. Here are just a lev 
of the numbera. "Sunshine" Sammy 
win appear not on tBe sliver screen, 
but m person. If Sammy doesn't bring 
down the house with applause roses 
have never bloomed In Plcardy. The 
opening scene will be a maypole 
dance of small children who will cut 
designs with their ribbons attached to 
the pole. Ladles will not be the only 
ones to hold the stage of attraction, 
for the committee has decreed that 
well dressed men is what the weaker 
sex craves. 

"Strongheart" a heart rending QOg 
picture win be exhibited during the 
IntermUsion. TTie picture was fltaed 
In the fro*en North and earrlee ^ 
punch. "The Bachelor's Revelry". 
will appease the younger element and 
the unlverelty set. \t was written by 
Mrs. Nella BlOjdgett. 


llT Fred wniiamB, the clever blind 
speaker, will be tbe feature of the 
Veeper Senricee, Suday afternoon, 
M arck Mrd. Good mualc. 

The RetiSioiia Kdncstion Commit- 
tee will meet Wday evening. March 
Mth. Mr*, faaraett, Chalrma a. 

Dr ud Mn. J. T. Smith of li8 W. 

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2N0. ..BA1»TI8T ..SEWING ..CIRCLE 

.... The Sewlngi Circle of the S«cend 
Baptist entertained with a musleal at 
the beautiful -intf apacloue reeldence 
of Mr*. Viola l4ubb«rd, 1497 W. 3Cth. 
St., who was nlilstress of certmontek. 
After a few reviiarks by the i^rMidsnt, 
Mrs. T. L. GHfMth explaining the aim, 
object and puF|t«a*.of th« Clufc a wijt 
•irtetalning Ut^MY «iNl M^aleal |H«- 

fram was randarad- '„i...i.. ,.-— 

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An Interested ihd appreciative au- 
dience listened to some of our think- 
ers on the subjects of Labor Power 
Assets, Better Homes and Living Con- 
ditions, Business and Economics, 
Group Endeavor, and Cilzenshlp, at a 
meeting of the Black-American 
League, Tuesday evening, March'lStb, 
at the Parish Hall, 1527 Paloma St. 

the definit epurposes of the organi- 
zation were outlined by the president, 
George S. Grant. Regular meetings of 
the Glack American League will be 
held on hefirst and third Tuesdays «f 
each month. A modern, up to date fo- 
rum will be conducted, wjlh epeelal 
speakers for each evening, followed 
by three minute talks troln the floor. 

All who are Interested in practical 
and intelligent work along the line of 
race betterment are Invited t ojoin 
this group of earnest, courageous do- 
ers and thinkers. Next mcetlm! Tues- 
day evening, April 1st, S.OO p. m. 
Parish Hall, 1527 Paloma Street. 

GEO. H. MAUNDER, Sect. ^ 

HIGHSCHOOLNOTES 

v^ 

By William Nareisse 

Last Friday, Polys aggregation of 
erackSters slipped Jefferson the small 
end of a 69-44 score. Te race lads of 
bot scoools performed creditably. Del- 
avalade, Poly'# versatile athlete, tied 
for nrst In the high jump; took third 
In the shot put and snagged second 
In the discus. While the above excite- 
ment was going on, Jeff's dusky ath- 
letes also played their part Martin 
took third in the half mile; Williams 
won the 100 and 220 yard dashes; 
Harrison won the quarter mile run 
and placed second In the 100 yd. dath; 
Levy was third in the 220; Green sec- 
ond In the quarter mile; and Blasco 
won the discus "svMh a heave of 111 
ft. 6 in. ^ ... 

In the L. A. Franklta meet, which 
the former won 85 to 28, Smith of L. 
A. took third In the high Jump. 

Last Wednesday of this week. Jef- 
ferson's clnderpat artists smothered 
Roosevelt in a dual tra<ik mwt at the 
Y fiels. Tommy Mylee, captain of the 
"Rough Rider" team and farmer ian- 
coln. High speed phenomenon, won 
both the WO and 229 yd. dashes. He 
stepped the former In 10 1-B »f«9nf» 
and eased through the later. In « sec- 
onds flat, beating Williams of JeB by 
some 15 yards. Tommy seems to be 
coming into W» own again, as of old^ 
WlUlams a»* second In both sprints, 
£*^ third to the 220 yd. dash; JUartto 
second m the half mile: "Tiny" Pray- 
er and Blsco took »««"»d and^lrd 
respecUrely In the shot put; Hender- 
son grabbed third in the Wgh Jun^p; 
and Greene won the quarter ««« *'^ 
Harrison a cloao second. Te rauy 
was composed of WUltams, Smith. 
Green, LeTy, Jackson, and Harriwn. 

George Duncan, Uncoln sprinter ae 
luxe, is ineligible for track this year 
and wlU not be able to compete. His 
loss Is a tremendous one to te team 
In general, and especlaUy to te retay 
team which esUbllshed a nem wOtld s 
InterscholasUC record a monte ago. 
"Babe'J Floyd, the other race l*a 
who Wlia on the record br«aklng team, 
la in goodatanding, however. 

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Mary E. Reed 

The kJcal National rommittee of ar- 
rancRienls of thf FhioaRo and North- 
•rn Distrkt is biisfly preparing 'o en- 
.tertain. ihe 1924 Biennial Convention 
of the National Ajiaociation o( Colored 
Women to b<> held in Chicago in 
WendwU Phillips Hi«h School the last 
we^k in July to Aaguat Ist. The fol- 
lowing are chairmen of committees: 
Publicity. Dr. Fannie Emanuel; Fin- 
anre, Mrs. Irene Goins: Souvenir Pro- 
jrram. Mrs. Fannie Ba,xter: Informa- 
tinn and Post Ofllce. Mrs. Clara Mc- 
Adam?: Banners, Mrs. Sarah I. An- 
derson; Tables and Chairs. Mrs. Fan- 
nie Bowers: Homes. Mrs. Theresa O. 
Macon: Reoepticn. Mrs. .leanette 
Smith: Hospitality. Mrs. Cordelia 
West: Mu.-iic. Pauline James Lee: 
Badges. Mrs. Mattie Paris; Tranapor- 
^tation. Mrs. Carrie Horton: Sightsee- 
ing. -Mrs. Nannie Reed; Pressf. Mrs. 
Joanna Snowden Porter: Arts and 
Crafts. Mra. Minnie Paterson. 

Names and addresses of all dele- 
gates- planiunf to attend the conven- 
tion should be sent at once to uhatr- 
man on Homes, Mrs. Thereaa Q. Ma- 
con. 4733 Champlain Ave.. Chicago. 
The Kensington Art Club fceaded 
with the superintendent of Forestry. 
Mrs. Surlena Houston, planted a fig 
2nd peach tree, and a rose bush at the 
Day Nursery. 1373 E ISth street, last 
Wednesday afternoon. 

Mrs. Houston plans t oplant some 
u.seful and beautiful tree or flower at 
each of our Institutions, and also urg- 
es all our women to bfaatify their 
back yarlI^' as well as their fronts. 

The program was the 23rd Psalm 
led by Rev. S. M. Bean. Welcome to 
visitors and friends by Mrs. Sadie \1- 
exander. Pres. of th« Kensington .A.rt 
Club: Remarks by the Sapt of Fores- 
try. Mrs. Surlena Houston. 

Mrs. Mary Lycns gave a history nJ 
the club, and -^aid it was the first club 
to respond to the Supt. of Forestry. 
Mrs. Alexander dug the first spade of 
liirt followed by others. Music' was fur- 
niiihed by *the Royal Trio. Refresh- 
ments in the club colors were servid. 
Mrs. John C. Urguhart. president of 
California Federation of Women's 
rlubs. has appointed a committee of 
three to w«n upon Governor Richard- 
son to urge the appropriation for the 
support of the migratory teachers. 
The cljiix women are worknig for the 
support of these teachers in ord»r 
that children who are engaged in 
gathering crops throughout most of 
the year, mar be given the opportun 
ity to obtain an educattUB. Members 
of the Committee to call upon the 
Governor are: JIrs- W. A.- Wt — *r » ld . 
Past Pres. of the State FedenttloiT 
Mrs. O. W. March, of Chico. first vice- 
President of the State Federation. 
Mrs. L. P. Boyce, State SSsderation 
Preaa Chairman. 

The Art and Needlework Class 
which meets every 3rd Monday at the 
Sojourner Truth Home, did mneh 
work Monday. There are classes !n 
embroidery, crochet, beadwork. In 
tact all kinds of needle work is 
taught by expert teachers, essona are 
free. 

Ralph Leslie Johns, director of Re- 
search and Educa,tion of the Narcotic 
Association will be the speaker at the 
Etlucation Day. Monday. March 24, at 
2M p. m.. Sojourner Truth Home, 
1119 E Adams Street. All are Invited. 
All clubs are asked by the Exchacge 
Chairman. Mrs. EHiabetli Edwards tc 
send representatives to arrange for 
the Exchange Friday. March 2.Sth at 
2 o'clock. Bastside Mothers' Home, 
li5.S7 E. 22nd street. 


LnrmgSoi^s In Uvn^ 
Rdures 


One of the most uuu,U" :<nn.sical en- 
tertainments ever I5«ven in the city 
ot 1.03 An.se es wai witni'ssed at the 
Mi'iropoitnn Baptist Church, 37th and 
P.iio-.na Sinets las-: .Monday evening. 
»n entering the m»in anditorinm of 
the ('"lurcii. one was -^mpleiel.v over- 
come with the grandenr of its sur- 
roundings. The stage settng repre- 
sented a huge pcture frame, oriental 
in design, which extended from the 
ceiling to the Boor, the base of which 
was a mass of marigolds and ferns. 

Nine contejitants, representing va- 
rious church choirs of the city vied 
with each other in the characteriza- 
tion and rendition or their respectve 
numbers and it verified the fact that 
each contestant did his and her best 
to render the best "living song" and 
make the be-'t "living pisture". 

Mary E. Bank^ was well received as 
a Spanish lady. She sang "La Palo- 
ma". 

G. E. .\rnold was a typical "Old 
Black Joe" both in costume and in 
singing. Ina Marshall was the life of 
the evening. Her number was original 
and .<5howed talent along musical and 
literary lines that is worth develop- 
ing. Loyalty to our race was rne title 
of her rendition. Ella Washiugton '^•a8 1 
heartily received in her .renclition of 


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Her costume and eesturei showed 
much care and study. 
Leola Longress was a typical Scott- 
ish lassie. Her picture broufrht forth 
a burst of applause that was difficult \ 
ro quell.. She sang "Lassie O'MinetOi 
the delight of che t-ntire nudienc". ! 

yaomi Pharr (■hann>»d the iiudience 
C. Nelson. M. D.. Frank .^. Harvey.] 
Ncrman p. Houston. Field Manager, 
as she always does. She not only 
possesses a voice of except iou.al 
sweetness, but ner appearance is»-if 
scores success. She sang. "Song of the 
Heart " by J. Rosamond Johnson, and 
the audience was vc-ry enthusiastic in 
its applause. Walter V. Allen was 
very much a Spaniard. He sang 
"Marehete". and his characterization 
and poise gave proof that "he was at 
home on the .stage. He possesses a 
voice of rare quality whii h bespeaks 
for him a bright future. Naomi Pharr 
received the Ten Dollar Prize for the 
best rendition. Mrs. Hattie Norwood. 
Prof. H. Douglass Greer, and Hon. 
Noah D. Thompson acted as judges. 

Mach praise is due the promoter. 
ItaaeUe Te Outlay, tor this very ex- 
traordinary mwdcal entertainment. 
and it shows that she is capable of 
giving satisfaction in anything that 
she sponsors. 


IN THE MDSIC WORLD 


SOCIAL HOUR CLUB 
All members of the Social Honr 
Clu6 o£ the Birch Street Christian 
Church, are drgsd to be present next 
Monday afternoon at the residence of 
Mrs. M. Holmes. 1261 E. Adams St. 
Regular dinner will be served, and 
the favorite guessing contest, ob- 
served while Mrs. C. A. Baas of The 
Califomi* Eagle has promised to be 
present and speak upon the sabject, 
"The Necessity of Registration". 

Miss Hajb Q. Brown 
To Ghre Program 

Th« San Diego Federation of Wo- 
m«n's clubs has armnged for a pro- 
gmn by Miss Hallie Qninn Brown, to 
be ipven an the evening of March 17. 
Mtes Brown, a graduate 9t Wilb«r- 
forfee University. Ohio. and. for many 
years teacher of English in that In- 
stitution, resigned her professorship 
when she accepted the presidency of 
the National Federation of Colored 
Women's cinta. L«t^ she h*8 also 
been chosen as delegate at large to 
Um national Republican convention 
which meets in Cleveland. 

This versatile wo&ian has studied 
abroad and given lectures and dra- 
matic readings In Europe, Great Brit- 
ain and Cana 'a, having appeared. be\ 
fore Queen Alexandra. Through her 
untiling leal and efforts ah« was en-, 
abled to bring back to her alma mater 
th« snm of }2«,e00, together with a 
cm of $1C4)0« from a titied EngUsh 

Hiss Brown will be rememberad by 
her former engagement In Saa Di«go 
when sh« spoke at the First Congre- 
gational Church and was given a re- 
ception by Miaa Alice Parker tbat ah« 
migbt «eet aome of the mmioent 
dub woman of oar city. 
;»».Tb« nroeaads oC tUa i l iiUl . la 
^>4iUth Wm Brows «« >• t*tr ap- 
vi'iiMcd by the toc*I Calorad dMnl ■»■ 
daty. wiH be aaed for 
Car Klfted yeonc 


By John A. Gray 

The hearing of good music by he 
student while he is youjig is an ab- 
solute necessity, if we wish him to de- 
velop into a fine musician. And this 
music mucti be played or sung in a 
correct manner with a good, pure, 
tone quality. This purity of tone is 
absorbed and stored away in the sub- 
conscious mind. By hearing good 
tones; and later, when they wish to 
express themselves through the me- 
dium of some instrument, they are 
able to conceive and produce a fine 
quality of tone. 

Sevcik, the great violin teacher 
says : 

"American pupils are as talented as 
any in the world, and they work as 
hard; but in general, they have one 
failing, they have not absorbed 
enough mnsic into their subconscious 
mind. If one were to put a very fine 
plant in a dark cellar, and were to 
water and cultivate it very carefully; 
it could not grow into a fine healthy 
plant. So no matter how fine a music- 
ar talent we may have, and no matter 
how carefully the teacher may guide 
the musical studies, yet the lack of 
the light of plenty of good music in 
the everyday life is a great handicap. 
Musical education should commence 
in the earliest years, in 'the' home, 
and should be continuous from that 
point on." 

One phase of music teachiu^, that 
we have not delved' into as a race, is 
the kindergarten idea. The training 
of the child mind, and of the cultivat- 
ing of taste. Is a factor in his develop- 
ment tat we, as a people, do net rec- 
ogniie. y^ere it not tor the training 
that the public schools give, cur 
youngsters could not make the pro- 
gress so fast in their music. Every 
child should study music while he is 
very young. The teachers of the fu- 
ture children will be compelled to 
teach a kindergarten method. They 
must also make the hearing of gtyxi 
mnsic a part of the traning. 

Popular music is popular because it 
is heard often. In Italy, the finest op- 
eratic music is as familiar and popu- 
lar to the everyday man or woman, as 
the lighter ft>lk-song3 are. One can 
hear the peasant sing tunes from 
the operas, as readily o gone hears 
ear workmen sing a tune from a rag- 
time a'now. Inour country the popular 
mnsic is -written by cheap' composers 
who are hardly able to read a<Kes. 
Can one wonder that the market is 
glntted with so mAny poor composl- 
tioBe? There are very tew exeep- 
tkms to the abo-ve rule. Onr yooss 
atndenta oftaii hear the worst maaic 
playad Ib tb« want poaaibl* masMr. 
That a c eag a U larsely tor Omit taste. 
It is op to «« ta try aad ehaaa« this 
eomditioa. IMt ia. if we wish t oderet- 
op aOTioaa aa^ capable Bmaidaas. 


By ^Wendell P. Gladden, Jr. 

What would lif« be without song? 
Music mast play an Important part in 
our daily lives t oe'ncourage and urge 
us on. 

There is mnsic everywhere about 
us. Whether we listen or not. there 
are sad songs and sweet songs and 
the songs of birds amid the noises of 
the cities. We pass Individuals each 
day WI9. have songs on their lips or 
music in their h->arts. But there are 
some songsters of the streets whose 
music is hearii. Thi> power ot these is 
upIiftiSg and Ions tt-li. 

Evf ry community ha.-^ its. singing 
boyhood. Gangsters. Curious, active, 
unsready.yet. song'sters with gay 
spirits gather and sing until', a late 
hour ot the night. These are the mer- 
ry, cheerful songs: these are the pep- 1 
pery songs, the silly songs, and often 1 
the popular scngs ot the day which 
the quartets sing. 

oJ^caaion&Uy we find a groupf of 
young men singfng. Their songs are ot 
the jazzy strain. Yet there are times 
when they sing melodies full ot mean- 
nlg. and ennoblling. Following are 
among the many songs, which stir the 
listener: "Santa Luiia '. "The Rose ot 
No-Man's Land". "Sweet .*deHne". 
"Steal Away". "Swing Lew Sw^t 
Chariot". Then come the humeroiis 
ones. And sometimer^ there is added 
the distinct charm to the singing 
when the guitar, aitelele. of banjo ac 
companies. It is tf-n that youth craves 
adventure: it is at that time that the 
young sert-naders b»-rome romaiBtic. 
and are in love with life. 

How the youthful qtiartete sing! 
Clear^and sweet vcices fill the night 
with beautiful music. Youth sings 
always of adventurs. action, ot the 
birds, the winds and .<ieas. o£ love: 
^ongs of the Fatherland and war. 
Whatever may be the mpoj. youth 
gives expression in song. 

The quartet makes for harmoiiy. 
There is feeling and swelling o£ the 
tones: and there is cadence. Some- 
times there comfs a stirring out- 
burst of youth, who is care-(.-ee. yearn- 
ing, and impulsive altogether, and 
men ailil women with life-long and 
empty; dreanis seek hope beyond the 
stars again. 

We must have their songs wheth- 
er they come at day or night and we 
most strive to always find a place for 1 
their depth and tenderness in our 
souls. 


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^$40.00 per pionth, cheaper thah rent and the property 
lis all clear. For lOO'^l bargains call — ^ 

HUMBOLD 7601 

iCmZENSHOMEINYESIIiENTCO. 


I THANKS 

; LIBER1Y BIHLDHiOAN ASSOCUnON 


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S.B. W.MAY. - 
lilUMBOLdT 7601 


NOTARY PUBUC 

HUMBOLDT 8289 


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2504 Central AveHae 
THROUGH ITS OFHCERS, DRECTORS AND MEM- 
BERS EXTENDS SINCERE THANKS FOR THE HEARH 
COOPERATION AND SUPPORT GIVEN BY THE 

PUBUC ON OPENING DAY. 


I ---HOURS--- 

8:30 A. M. To 5:30 P. M. 
I Monday and Saturday 

Open Until -.-8:30 P. M. 


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U^S. C. NOTES 


By Lloyd C. Griffith 


2 OFFICES— 1240 and 1515 CENTRAL AVE. 

— Aranck O ffi eie ,v 
1240 CENTRAL A.VENUE 


I TImoim McWorter, Mgr. 


Gertmde E. Taylor, Notary 


WESTERN UNIVERSITY CLUB 


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Tlie Western Unirersit; CInb met 
for tlilBir recnlar meetiss at the resi- 
deacei ot Mr*, bex CoatreIl,i tSlS 
Hoap«r - avMnft. Under t&e eflLetent 
IcaderaUt ot Mrs. Edna Uill. the pres- 
Ueat. we Iwre started our sew year's 
•mcoi niettr- After bvsuiess, Mrs. Ines 
Coatr^ serred daiaty retreslimeiits. 


Oi 


CALIFORNIA POPPV ART AND 
SOCIAL CLUB 


The'dalitoniia Ponr Ar and Social 
CM> m'st at tke reaidenee of Bfrs. W. 
C. HUL l*a W Utb Placs. After Mai- 
seaa aad :S««rfaK. Mrs. Hill serred a 
woaderfnl plat* |«iicb wliieh was «a- 
jogfcd by alL '' i 


Wherever thert? is organization 
there is strength. Perhaps our great- 
est weakness, aa a race is onr inade- 
qaa'te conception of the "inner work- 
ings" of our particul^. poUtical par- 
ties. The Wh)«s an(| Tories of the 
seventeenth and eigBteenth centuries 
appeared to be impoesible organiza- 
tion! to one another. But both parties 
had sq , nlnch "ihtestitoal fortitude*', 
and moral stamina, that they have 
perpetuated their existence "down 
through the detades". Today they are 
nominally as separate, groups. (Demo- 
cratic and Republican), yet as one in 
their insepar9.bie relations tc th^ t'ni!t- 
ed giatrt CQnBtttution, "Our Citadel 
o^ freedom". ,. 

Just as our American Government 
has been cemented and fortified 
through co-ope^rdtive competition, sp 
may. minority' troops progress in tba 
presence of saaller gnmps tliat ar« 
mnited to siipffbrt aa olttmate idJMJl 
in coBunea. 

T&e tratonUiM sa4 sororftiaa at 
V. S. C. a*e aalted ia ^ Belles It^ 
trsf Ctaib. W« ara atrMat to aaHa 
the voMft as a tttsrary ffranp. WtB 
tte Xxm Aaselaa yeopia tire aa flMir 
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imSCHAIMI 


Los Angeles. CaliL. .MarcB 4. 1924. 
Mr. W. .M. WaUon. 
Dear Sir; — 

I am writing fqp information regard- 
ing tenni^ clubs. My-<l6ctor has pre- 
scribed for me to play tennis and to 
live oat of doors as much as possible. 
Will you give me some of the particu- 
lars, please? Thanking you very kind- 
ly, I remain, 

Vtry rtbpectfallT. 

!-"""i.,- I Mrs. E. B. 

ANOTHER ONE 

Last Friday a ^U?tie call ran some- 
thnig like this. Hello, is this Mr. Wat- 
kon? Excnse me, Mr. %'ataon. but I 
atin a recent arrival in roar city aad 
the Califcmia Bagie'a teams ctrtnoin 
apealad a me so mach ha I aa rslllng 
find on Jus how t may beea iu a a 
member ot a eoais clah as I aaed to 
play ia the Baat. aU ate. Mrs. 3. C 

Biaaa koth t|lHa 
oa Ow I 
kava aa 



lU«"m an.l Kiv.? tht> desired 
lion. 

A CRITIC STRIKES US HARD 
.\ siorcbing letter lying on the i 
anonymously written. preenauibtT hjr 
a lady within our midst, who kaows 
considerably more about our weak- 
nesses and failures than we eara ta 
admit may Had its way into the Chat- 
ter Coloma at a later date. 


The Ne Phis UUra Clnb met ter 
their regular busiaeas meetiag, March 
17th at the resideace ot Mrs. Aaaa 
Roes, 424 So. Savaaaah Sbae*. iUMr 
business Mrs. Rosa serred laflM^ 
meats. We adjoarned to meat 'Ap'S 
7th at Mrs. , Baima Rogers. CTS flaa 
Bart>ara. 


MEMPHIS WANTS V. H. 6.A. '^f 

Meaiphis. Teoa^ >Iar. 1SJ(% 
Associated Nagro fnm> 
leaders 'Of Oa dty ha*a ' 
•alvaa ta«a^v la a drts* t* 
ta TItMifch a flSM** 
Ik* rumg Umf% 

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'AM^itkijMMi^ist;:rik^^- 



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MPUBUC AN 

C09UDGE DELEGATES 
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•^By: Charley 01i?ic^> 


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(;i<1<linK8. 
McClure, 




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fit**. District: State Senatrr Fr»'' 
C. Handr, UkUh; Glea C. *:.irdook. 
Santa Rosa, banker. 

Second District — C. H. Sergerstrom, 
Sonora, banker, William G. Lee, Au- 
bam, merchant. 

Third District: J. W. S. Butler, for- 
mer president Calif. Bar Asso, Sacra" 
mento: W. M. Veale, Martinez, Under- 
sheriir. 

I^tnrth District: Marshall Hale, San 
Francisco, merchant, Mrs. D. E. F. 
Easton. San Francisca, Club woman. 

Fifth Districts T. P. Mlnehan. San 
Francisco, cattle buyer; A. W. John- 
son. San Francisco, mining man. 

SUth District: George C. Pardee, 
former Oorernor of California. Oak- 
land: Charles Dunscombe, Berkeley, 
editor. 

Seventh District: \V. W. 
Modesto, banker; Harry B 
Visala, orchardist. 

Eighth District: Honry M. Ayer. 
Santa Tiara, P, Cal. Asso, of Super- 
\isors; F. F. Peabody, Santa Barbara, 
Manfacturer. 

Ninth District: A; L. Rowl.ind. I'a.s- 
adpca. atfomey: W. K. Kvans. Clen- 
dale, attorney. 

TentJi District: Mrs. Helpn Mathew- 
POO lAughlin. Los Angelas; William 
May Garland. Los Angples. 

Elsxsmth District: \V. T!. Clancy, 
RlrersidP. orchardist; John U, Sprecic- 
els, San Diego. i 

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DEEGATB aTlARGE 


William H. Crocker. Republican ua- 
tional Cxmimitteeman from California, 
Burllngame. 

Charles C, Teaglp. president Cali- 
fornia Walnut Growers Association. 
Santa Paula. 

Mrs, Florence CoUius Porter, iirst 
woman to be elected a.s a member of 
the Republican Committee, Loj .^n- 
rreles. 

rraak C. Jordan, California Secre- 
tary of State, .\uburn. 

C. C. Chapman, orange grower and 
agriculturalint. Fulle'-ton. 

Lewis H. Smith, attorney. Fre-sno. 

Mrs, Addie tiarwood K.stcs. Presi- 
dent California W.C.T.l',.. Berkeley. 


SUPPORTERS 


■ I 

fDregoing in- 


Angoles; Mr. Jamt'.s Strawn, 125.T \V. 
:f5th St.. Ivos AiiK.'les; ^hs. ll"Ion 
I Jaint>s"stra«ii, 12n,T \V, :i5lh PI.. I.o« 
j. Angeles; Mrs. A. I". DMrotissoan, nfl2 
1 \V. ri.Sth I'l . I,i)s Angeles: Mr. Clifton 
Cloyri. 12^3 \V. S.itli ri.. lyvs Angeles; 
j Mi»H CbrifHliac Clifton Cloyd. 12!>5 W. 
I .l^th PI.. Los .A.ngeleti; Mr. Rol)er! W. 
Thoso ".icrini the fDregoing in- j -^i'-Cariy. ^ Ki.'.S W. :!r,th PI., Los An- 
elude: selps; .Mr I'aul .1. .McC arty. l.'i:!S \V. 

' W. M, uuiLs, Gwendolyn Gordon. | 'S'*' Pi, I^s Angel.-s; Mrs. Uuhie 
Charles Oliver. R. Burton (Vruli. t f"^"' "^^'Curly. \V ?,r,ih PI. Lrw An- 
Frank A. Gordon. W. M, Austin, K, C. ^^^I'"*- ^''■- ''""" '" McCarty. l?.::n W. 
NelsOD. B. T. Spikes, John C. Spikes.,'''"' f"' ■ ''-"^ Angeles; .Mr, Bennle 
Anna M. Spikes. .Myrtle Mae WilliamB,! Maddox. ii:!7 W, :;6th t:.. U>^ Auge 
Robert L. Williams. J. H, .Jonas. .Mai-ie I ^^^- M"- I''" Bennie .\iaddox, li:!7 
H, Jonas. James M, Croln. Mrs. Myrtle | ^^'- 36th St,. Lo.s Angeles, 
Croin, William Roberson. Joseph W. , 

McKjnney, Mrs, B. K. Prentice. ,\Ihen ' Them has probi^bly never lie.^n a 
K, Duncan. Foster F, Sidney, N. i„ 1 candidate to, Huccerid himself who has 
I-rOggins. M, C. Cooley. W. M. Patter- ! ''^'i f^'ght, months before the dale of 




protlda tke Bation with tull nrolw- 
u/n. 

Farm relief tbroofb loana, lower 
freight rates and taxes and supply- 
ing proper tertiilier. 

Control of the ^ood waters of the. 
Colorado sind UlsMasippi rlrers and 
the ezt^nBlon of Hydroelectric devel- 
opment. 

' -Regtlatlon of 'tax exempt secnrl- 
ties by coastltytlonal amendment. ' 

Continuation ot policy of restrictiTe 
ImmifiratiOD. 

TErese are this ' things which Presi- 
dent Cahrin Cbo^djie has pledged him- 
■elt to Blipipiort aiMi which he is now 
aupporting. These are the things 
which have placed the greatest polit- 
ical party o{ Americans solidly be- 
hind him, its- leaders declare. These 
are te principles California votfrs 
most consider before the May prim- 
ary, for a v«rte for the Coolidge dele- 
gates mie'ans a vote tor the man who 
stands beJiInd them and a vote fjr 
these sound doctrines. . 


POUnCEPOTPiE 


NOTICE OF'HEARINQ OF PETITION 
POR IfROBATC OF WII.|d> 


lir the .$up«rier Court of the State of 

Catifornlf In and .f*r the County 

•f Loa Anseloa ., 

In the ntiuter «t- the • Estate ot 
GRANT SMITH, Deceased. 

Notice is hereby given that the pe- 
tition ot Robert H. Smith for the Pro- 
Date of Will of Grant Smith, Deceased, 
and tor the issuance of Letters testa- 
mentary thereon to taim will be beard 
at 2 o'clock P. M.. on the 25th day ot 
March, 19^24, at the Ciourt Room, of 
Depart 1, ot the Superior 6ourt of .the 
State «t California, in and for the 
County ot Los Angeles. 
Dated March 4th, 1924. 

L. E. LAMPTON, County Clerk. 

By: «. H. DOYLEj Deputy. 
B. C. Jennings, 

Attorney for Petitioner. 
Date ot first publication, March 7, 
1924. — 3-4-r-3. 


The Bi« maker is back pn tlie Job. 

• » » » • 

For Senator of the 29th District to- 
date the entries 'Sppken of are Frwik 
Mouser, Joe PerotttI, end a Mr. Dodge. 
Its a long ways off howp\-er. until the 
August primaries and doubtless oth- 
ers will be hectfd from. 

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For aasamblyman from the '{tb As 
semhly district aS .alrea<ly mentioned, 
are the incumbent, Hon. F. M. Ueb- 
erts, .and James M. Alexander. 

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P'rom thp 73rd there promises to be 
a tnulUpliclty ot candidates tor tbe4' 
Assehibly,, Chief among, those men- 
tioned are 3. D. B<lmond8. J. H. Shack- 
elfoAl, Sidney P. Dones.^Md I)r. K. R. 
Driver. It is reported that the incum- 
bent, Elmer Bromley, will not run 

Mb /ear. ^ 

■ • • ^ • •_ 

Voters, to^oui" .*ay of thinking, do 
not have to abuse Johnson, nor his 
supporters. President Coolidge stands 
out so strong and the reasons for 
giving him support are so great, thai 
Ihey speak for themselve:i. and es- 
pecially the cck-.-ed voter jias oiily 

one person to vole for. I 

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judge Ira Thompson 8tand.s preem- 
inently to the foi-efront as one of the | 
best legs! minds Who ha*i ever graced 
the bench of the Superior Court, and 
the pcoi>le will ;«ee to It that he Ls 
re-elected to the place which he vo\ 
worthily fills for, many years to come j, 
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The pie maker fails to discern any 
r'^ason w;hy a orescher has no righi 
to aspire to thMKs political, provided 
always that thW preacher himHelf is 
saKiafled to take his chance with the , 
knocks and bruises incident to a \io- j 
litlcal campaign. ' i 

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It was Senator Ingalls who said , 
the Golden Rule and decalogue have ■ 
no place in American politics. 

• * • • * 

: Sheriff J, E, Byers looni.s up as a 


President Coolidge- has refused to 
son,"l>auretra Butler.' Frank C, twin i **" election, the univer.sal .support that 1 eater the League of Nations because 
er. Mrs. Juli^ Tiirne-. Albert Kan- j <* parly has given Calvin Coolidge, if | it i.s maintained, be wants o b 
mann. Mrs, RCsetta Baiinian. John L. 1'*''^ accounts whirh «re found in thejain that this country will not be 
Frome, Mrs, Belle Krome. K H i'''^'''' '"'f "i"' fation tnil.v present con- 1 forced into future wars. In place of 
Hicks, G, R. Arnold. G, W. Wilson. J, ! dition-i. There may be exceptions such ■ the league he has sponsored the 
W. Griffin. V. T McKim. L, H, Rhine 


presidents system will permit the- in- 
d!istrial plants ot the nation to pro- 
duce more at a smallfer cost and to 
compete more strenuously with other 
nations in foreign markets and in 
this way sell more of their products. 
This, to the worker, means more 
steady work and better wages. 

[•■Yiendly relations have been re-es- 
tablished with Mexico and Americans 
can now travel in the southern repub- 
lic with safety. To Southern Califor- 
nia this means a great deal because 
concert^,'} in I-n.s .\ngeles and other 
parts of the SoulhweKi ;ire now able 
to sell their proiiucts south of the Rio 
(irande. Again the policy of the Presi- 
dent has benefited the worker, by , „, <• 
o,K>ning a new field to the firm forl"'°«t «"'"« P'5«f>';<;f /or < "ngress of 
which he works, , the Congressional District compromis- 

ing San IMego-and the Imperial Val- 

i ley. No better candidate than, Sheriff j 

cer- ' Byf'-'' could be selected for this dis 

trirt,. He i,s a man of deeds and a 

strong personality, and truly a man 


hardt. Monroe Elgin, Leon Ragg^'t. 
.John H. Ifirks, H. M Moore. W. T, 
Broadly, ^,. J. Raggett, Harry Hogan, 
Edgar \. Williams, riarence K Drew, 
T. Arthur White. V,'illiara J. Sutton. 
Gus Conway. Hugo Hunter, Isaac 
Chubble. JessH, Graham, Ellis Ray, 
JoeepR Freeman, L. Pf-arson. T,, B 
Suddur. Edward R, Reynolds, F, W, 
Kedall. John_C. N'eal. Eugene Serral. 
Frank Bos*, J. P, White, W, W, 
Holmes. W. E. thistle. H, S, Moore. 
H, B, Suller, Richard H. Wade, Sam- 


a-i (jeorge V.'ashingfon's re election, I Wc~ld Court because this more com- 
In.i it seems hai'd for writers to tind ; pletely insiir^,; the peacr^ of America 
0;if in re(:ent y^ars. j and the world. 

Wh! n 4 parly, with tbe possible ex- . The reparitions comrai.ssion. which 
i-ep'icn of a snitfU [action ^d by an ! is now solving the financial problems 
aspiring politician and t^Jmposed of ^ of Europe, was appointed by te Presi- 
dent, In this regard it as been re- 
peatedly declared that the two great 
: oil reserves' ^^hich hav* been under 


iiel H, Pool. Mrs, S, E. Pool, S 
Turner, W, T, Cleghorn, J, H. Shack 
elford, Tom C, Carey, Madeline .A, 
Carey, Robert White. Fred Edward 
Ory. Elizabeth Ory. F. C, Stancel. E, 
R, Chase. A, King. H, H, Towles, Jas, 
P. Brafton. Mrs, M, T>, Rratton. Rob- 
ert C. Davis. A U, Dennis, J Bl-icV 
well, P, I,,aMart. H. R. Smith, Edna V. 
Elgin, Mrs. Lucille King, Mrs, Anna 


self s."!ekars, gives undivided support 
to one cardtdale and is working in ev- 
ery wii.\ to secure his elecrion. t"ie 
t.hiiiss that this candidate has done 
and proposes to do are sound, the ma- 
jority of writers agree, 

A summary of the accomplishmentb 
in little more than six months by 


Johu Ater. 61.S We>iiniiniS'.er Ave,, 
Venice. Calif,; Mrs. W, B. Darliy, i.Sn 
Westmini.ster Aye,, Venice Calif,; W. 
B. Darby, 6.?i Westminister Ave,. yen- 
Ice, Calif,; Garfield Carter, 171)7 :^)tb 
-jSt.. Santa Monica, Calif,; Andrew 
JOoes, 613'^ Westminister Ave.. Ven- 


S. j President Coolidge apsars to resemble 
j the li.-;! of achievements oftiie entire 
I four yeaf period of other administra- 
I cionf, 

I President Coolidge has sponsored a 
1 tax redtittion system which has^ heen 
worked Out] ini strict accord with the 
principles of rconnmics, Thi.s was 
made i;eic-f!ii.s;iry liy llie fact that A- 
nieriian |indiistrir,s had found ii un- 
profilablt to expand and that they 
were not! expending their activiiies so 
a.s to iliovide empUyment for the 
gri at iiiaiss of wc;-kers i>i tiiis country. 
The t^xes that arc being paid in 
this country live years after the close 
of tlii^ >V'i>rld War are higher than 
thii,-;e ot; the war period. Every ina- 


ice, Calif,; Aaila Wilkins, fi07',-. West- ! f^re p< if;<in of the nation is paying al- 
mllUilter Ave.. Venice. Calif.; Jennie 
^e^ry, 605 Westminister Ave,, Ven- 
.iee, Calif,; ^'Dbonse Henry. 605 West- 
■tloister A*p., Venice, Calif. 

James Wiggins, 635 Westminister 
Av«f,, • Venicp, Calif.: Houston H, 
BJIflilf »■ -640 Westminister Ave,, Ven- 
iee,' pal.: D. B. ShefBeld, j53 West- 
jnisiater Ave., Venica, Calif.; Mrs. 
Martin Shefield, S59 Westminister 
Ave.,- Venice, Calif.; Nick Dighionio, 
#4* brooks Ave., Venice, Cal.; Mrs. 
'Vei^qs Cunningham, 665 VVestminis- 
fer A"v»., Venice. Calif.; O. A. Tsrtjor, 
407 JFwtniinlster Ave. Venice; Mrs. 
540 West Venice; An- 


m 


iy, U38 W, d&fb f!l., OB 


nio.st .;:iOO evrry year as hi.s part of 
this great tax burden, an investiga- 
tion of t|)e Pi-esirtent's system has 
shown. This amount may not be paid 
directly by citizens of the country, 
bt;t it is paid indircctij 

The grocer must secure u higher 
price for hfs merchandise in order to 
pay the taxes which are assessed to 
him The ' wholesale grocer must 
charge u higher price fnmi the grocer 
in order to pay his taxes The farmer 
who prpditCe^p .food must pay his tax- 
es and inust get a higher price. But in 
the last analyslB, if has ' been shown 
by the President and Secretary of the 
Treastrty Mellon, alt of this tax bur- 
den is on \tbe shoulders of the con- 
silmer; that is, the man who buys 
food, clothing, shoes and all ot thoM 
Other thinfs thjU contribute to meet-' 
in^ )^ demafkdior'cgpmlort and pleas- 
ure ' ■ - ■■'■ - V :.■■ 

This is the coniOttan that President 
Coolidge determined to set rlg^tk a 
huioaiijtajwt' f^Miif^ which will ' tesVe 
itbrt fff ' iS% viqriteni' v#Hges In . his 


rilWt, 615 Westminister Ave., 

Mrs. E. S. Baugh, 1824 Bel- 

tenta Monica; Mrs. Hattle 

, 1111 fiebnar Place, Santa 

,, Uie». MUJnd Keese, 1811 

n., BaaU^tOBlca; E. H. Car- 

~ jlk^U HoBica: Alex. WU- 

10Ut St., 8anta Monica; 

p. micwell. IToi Stb St.. 

; J. .*. Maxwell, l701 

Monica: chas. JaCkwA). 

,'q^ -litlf^-PL. LP* ajixpre^: Miss tiK)<*et,«ift«5^h4^lj|W Mia fo'rthe 


l^'Uiti^B .01 t|^- 


of 


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guHsfioa are now held by a receiver 
and the people are assured that their 
interests are to de fully protected. 

One newspaper has had the follow- 
ing to say of the Presidents adminis- 
tration: 

"He has given the world an exam- 
ple of a strong, dignitied,. able man, 
ruling quietly but firmly over a peo- 
ple capable of self-government", 

The.se a.-p some ot the things that 
Calvin C:oolidge has accomplished 
and which seem to have be^ respon- 
sible for the whole-hearted support 
given the chief executive by his party. 
Right here in Southern (California, 
there has been an example of the 
wisdom and policy of the President in 
the appointment of Curtis D. Wilbur, 
chipf justice of the Cslifornia su- 
preme Court, as Se<Telary of the Na- 
vy, according to Republican leaders. 
Judge W/lbur has had a record, tbeSe 
men declare, that would incite envy 
from '»»ny man in public oSce. South- 
ern C^liforpianH know Judge Wilbur 
well for Ihey remember him as an in- 
structor in Occidental College, as-dls- 
tiict attorney, as organizer Of the Los 
Angeles County 'juvenile court and as 
judge of the superior court here. 

Summarized briefly, the following 
is a ILst of the things to which Presi- 
dent Calvin Coolidge as i^edged him 
self: 

.Improvement and expedition o( tcd- 
eral judicial procedure. 

COQsolidation of railways and a re- 
vMon of freight rates to bring about 
lower charges. 

Protection of Alaskan flshftrles, 

Adequate^ care ot all 'diaaiiled Vet- 
era^ of the World War, 

A tnlnimum wage law for itcunen. 

d-eatlDn of a Federal Sepiilrttnent 
ot «dacatloti." ,. • 

Iiinifliktion of child- lai>o)'..iy.- con-^ 
sUtntldsjal amendment -. , .; ; , "■ 

OputMaxLtA Vkn .BMreiiaat^in'aTine 
tor tl^Ml^^tVAse ot>1>iilldlhgr^u^ a gieikt 
|orbl£n>inii(e, - ' 


whose sincerity for te welfare of all 
the people is genuine to the highest 
degVee, With a congress composed of 
men of the type of Sheriff Byers, we 
would indeed have a body worth 

while. 

*--♦••• 

In Chicago speaking tc the Colored 
voters, our own Senator Hiram Tohn- 
son. in Bspaking of why he opposed 
the increafie of Southern representa- 
tion from -the South to the Repiibli 
can National Convention, stated that 
If he was ejected President, he would 
spppint black men from the North to 
these positions of honor and trust in- 
stead of those from the South where 
they contributed" nothing toward elect- 
ing presidents. Somebody asked how 
many did you appoint while Governo- 
ot California or recommend since you 
have been a Senator from 'the same 
State? We did not catch his answer. 


SERIES of LECTURES 


Catholic Doctrme 

EVERY THURSDAY, 8 P. M. 

AT ST. VICTOR'S HALL 

16th and Essex Sts.-Everybody Wei 
come-No Admission Charfle 


A COMIC DANCE 

Den't miss this novel affair— A com- 
ic''' Dahce at Normandie Hall Friday 
evening, Marc 28th. Maggie and Jiggs 
will lead the gr^nd march. You may 
fall In anywhei^e Vf only you are there. 
Black, apd Tm will be^a playing the 
whole evening- thru. * 


CARRIE HOPKpiS 

■V ' " 
CHlROPOP^f : 

Corns' and Bnnton? spoil your feet 
,; aild impair yo^ir heaitli. 

Pl«o«»r6«60 1«1« W. 20th 8t. 


V, MALE .KEtP XWAWTED: Coloired 
Men %«*t«d .ip iw^f-t .lOT. atet/pin?; 


'BtmiittiBituiig tUe array >«iul «»vy .to M«! 



IBxSifrlewie 
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No. 66729 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

Estate of Evans N. Htirris, de- 
ceased. Notice is hereby given by the 
undersigned James H. Shackelford, 
Executor, of the Estate of Evans N. 
Harris, deceased, to the Creditors of, 
and all persons having cl^nis against 
the said deceased, to exhibU them 
with the necessary vouchers, within 
tour (4) months after the first publi- 
cation of this no.tlce, to the said 
James H, Shackelford, at the office of 
James H. Sbackelfcrd. at number 
1317 Central avenue. City <rf Los An- 
geles, t'ounty of lM» Angeles. State ot 
California, which said office the under- 
signed selc'cl* as a place of businees 
in'all matters connected with said es- 
tate, or to file them with the neces- 
sary vouchers, within four (4) months 
etter the Iirst publication of this no- 
tice ii^ the office of the Clerk of the 
Superior Court of the State of Cali- 
fornia in and for the County of Los 
Angeles. 
Dated March l!t. 1924, 

JAMES H, SHACKELFORD 
. Executor of the E<itate of Evans 

N. Harris. Deceased, 

1217 Central .Avenue. 

Los Angeles. California, 
E, r, JENN'INGS. Esq , 
Attorney fc Executor, 
427 Bryson Building, 
Los Angeli's. California, 

Date of first* publication, .Marcli 
21. 1924. 

PttUic Auditors 
PuWc Stenographers 
Geoeral Rqiorters 

— In the Office of — 

BIGGERS' BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

ROOMS 18 AND 19 

Cosmopolitan Bldg. 
843 Central Ave. 

Phone: 825-288 

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U it is Irtters, legal papers of any | 
kind, sermons, addres:<ps. or anylhing i 
in writing-lype or scrpt. WK DO IT! ' 
Work guaranteed, Wp can get you [ 
out 11)00 letters in an hour's time. We ' 
are open fpr business day and night - 
8 A. M, to: 11 p. ji I 

Our Kquipment: Light-touch High j 
Serial Number typewriters, Dallon. i 
Adding M^chlne.i. Burroughs Adding ' 
and Listing Machines. Burroughs' j 
Auditing and Rapid Calculating. Mini- j 
eograpb Machine. Klectrical. Kdi phone 1 
and Business Man's DiclapHone,, 
C, A. BIGGERS. A. M-. Gen'l. Mgr 

Oh! Y9U Merry Widows! To the I 
•trains of iSunnyland Jazz Easter Mon- 
day night. Third and Main. Dancing 
'til 2. 

" Hours: 1:30 to 4:30 

MRS. J. F. HALL 

TYPING AND 
MULTIGRAPHING , 

Circular Letters a Specialty 
2813 Naomi Avenue 

Res. Phone: Humbelt 4789^ 

Combine business and pleasure — 
See thediaplay of our Tailors, Millin- 
ers and Dressmakers, at the big 
Spring Fashion Show, April 3rd at 
Philharmonic. 
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.= ASt>ENGER CAR, WE ARE FREPARED TO DO SEE- 
/ICE THAT WUX SATISFY. 

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and comi^iete Show Rooms. 

Lady Attendant for Women and Children 
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W. J. THORMfON ; 


Two young ladies for ushers, apply 
Dunbsr Thestre, 1007 Central Ave- 
mw befoije 6 p, m, Saturday 2-26-r-1 


.Made faiy Qur own, displayed by our 
own. S«e them at the Fashion Show, 
April 3rd. 

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Keep off date- Thursday evening, 
May 1st. Taken by Ounbar Hospital 
Au)(iliary for closing of Popularity 


^ee the tiny tots wind the May Pole 
in their preity Spring Fashions, April 
3rd at PHilbsrnionic.. , ■ 


be suij weifien wear their clothes 
better than our men? Coinpare them 
April trd'St ttie-btt Fashion Show. 


Cet yourself tegsther and dance with 
Las Vihi^ak Aiiegras Easter Monday 
night. Suniyland Jan. Arien Hall, 3rd 
and MsIq- Bsnafit day nursery. 


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REAL ESTATE BROKERS 

HOMES INCOMES 

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1704 Central Ave. TeL:HUmMt8538| 


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NOW OPEN! AT 1425 E. 20TH ST.--READY TO 
SERVE THE PUBLIC WITH GREATER CONVENIENCE 

MRS. MABELTURNER 

1425 EAST 20TH ST. PHONE: HyMBOLDT 7014 

MiM Ella Groggs Mrs. Minnie T. Sanders 


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MARCEL WAVE CLASS OPENS 

By The- 

MODERN BEAUn PARLOR 

1807 Central Ave. | 

Spring Class Commences SATURDAY. MARCH 8TH | 

?5.00 enrolls you. §15.00 complete — entire course, g 

Learn Hair Dressing. We teach the PORO SYS- * 

of ^eauty Culture. Make your application today land S 

get in at the beginning of the class. g 

THE MODERN BEAUH PARLOR I 

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MRS. GILLESPIE, Prop. ^ 

1807 Central Ave. Hombout 1540 1 

M. B. WRIGHT 

STOP AND THINK 


-THEN SEE- 


Who has Iota, acres and homes complete. Lots as low 
as $100. Homes complete, $500 and up. Money to loaii. 
Houses for rent or lease. Car to meet you at the station. 
Call up South 3676-R 3. 


301 THAXTER ST. 
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PORO wiIl do the work if 

TOUR -SCALPS ITCHES OR YOUB 
HAIR IS rALLINO OUT. 

FABER 0178 

MBS. MATTIE JACKSOIf 

lllE-1117 EAST lOTH ST. 

LOS ANQELK8 CALIF. 



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BEAUTY PARLOR 

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Phone: West 2947. 


Williams' Wonderful Excelshir 
Hair Grower guaranteed to 
Grow the HAIR one-half inch 
a month. I cannot urge you 
too strongly to try my treat- 
ment No matter how short 
and stubborn your hair is, EX- 
CELSIOR will grow it — GIVE 
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LAWYER/ 

SUITE 12-~COSMOPOUTAN BUILDING 
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your doUu come froniT and where 
does yoor doUsf^ go? Hsv» yon 
stopped, to think? It.is.yonr raee that 
maintains your bnainess, that makes 
or fde.8troys your success. Yet some of 
you may say, my trade Is a' mixed 
trade. That may he true, yet U you 
keep a close check on the. mixture, 
you wlU find that It runs aboUtlSg 1m 
cent ot your own race, and It is only 
throuch this channel that we can ever 
hope to gal;^ recognition amons the 
other races. ' Now - 1 do not mean 'to 
say that you should expect or recede 
the patronage of your people, solely 
because of race cr color. But ^you, 
yourself, Mr. Business Man, have a 
duty. Meet your competitor with qual- 
ity and price, and then demand the 
business, , and co-operation of your 
race, and you will make poBitions for ■ 
your boys and girls.^^ The"'Morrison's 
Four Brown WholeeSile Candy Gom- 
l)any has set you an example and are 
bravely flghling their way over the 
♦op, by producing the goods, meeting 
their competitors with price and sur- 
passing them -Kith quality.. So, Mr. 
Merchant, when one of their salesmen 
call on you, give him an order and he 
will make you a salisfled customer, 
and we will increase your candy 
sales. R'efuse him and you ara block- 
ing the wheels of race Industry. 



DANCING 


Is it an evil? Is it any harm to 
dance? What does the Holy Bible say 
about it?"What does it create?. Mur- 
der and luet; What is lust? See Matt. 
14:6. Luke 15; 25. Exodus 15:9. Gala- 
tions 5:16. Deut. 12:15. Psalms 78:18. 
Pro. 6:25. Romans 1:27. Bpheslans 2: 
3. I Peter 4:2. II Peter 2:10. I Tim. 2^ 
2, 3. 11 Tim. 2:21, 22. 

1 believe dancing is an evil: the 
scriptures carefully distinguish be- 
tween physical and moral evil. Physi- 
cal or natural evil is that which In 
any wJkv— dlSTOrbs "the perfection of 
natural Bi^ngs, jas blindness, disease, 
death. Mor^--*^il is the disagreement 
between the actions of a moral agent 
and the rule of those actions, acting 
contrary to the revealed laws of the 
deity; it is called wickedness, or sin. 
Applied to an act contrary to a moral 
rule of fitness it is termed a fault. 
Evil produces nuhappiness, suffering, 
calamity, sorrow and distress. It foU- 
lows a deviation from the principles 
of virtus impressed by conscience, or 
from corruption of.Hhe hetrt; turn 
from such inclinations; overcome, dis- 
position for wrong and give your 
thought and life to the right. 

Rev. H. R. GIPSON, Evangelist 
1033 State St.. San Diego, Calif. 


All the scenes will be marv«lous 
■t the first bi Fashion Show of the 
sea«Bn,. April 3rd. at Philharmonic. 


MAYFEBN GJtOWER 50c MAYFE»N STHAIGHTEN 60c 

We do Shampooing, manicnrlnflr. dyeinsr, manufacturing, 
and give Violet Ray Treatments. 

(Mail Orders given prompt attention) 
Made Onlyr bjr [ 
MABEL STOVALL SPIVEY 
1424 Hoopw Age. . PJione So. 4251-i 


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Women that have a ttste that Is diacrinrinating and ^liio : 
know the charming loveliness of an exqoiBite toilette ae- ' 
knowledge PORO methods of beauty eultore MpeiioR 

We offer special courses in MamcHiing, Scalp Treat- 
ment, Matsanng, Dyeing, Fa(^4l Facks, Marceling— All 

Beauty W5c68^ ' 
We Carry a CompUte Stock'^^icceMories for Am S3da 
and lliftASalp . _ 

MODER#^lil#EllfARLOR 

MRS. GILLESPIE, Prop. 


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THEEAST PIA HAIR GROWER 

Will Promote a Full Grpwth oi 
Hair, Will also Restore the 

....Strength, Vitality and the 
Beauty of the Hair. If your 
Hdr is Dry and ^iry Try-^ 

£ast [ndia |[air (grower 

If you are bothered with Fall- 
ing Hai%^ Dandruff, Itching Scalp' ^> 
6t any Hair ^['roidtile, we want you to 8 
try a jar of Ea«t Ibdia Hair Grower. 
The remedy contains medical proper- 
ties that go to the roots pf the Hair, 
stimulatea tlie skih, helping nature 
do its work. Leaves &e hair soft and silky. Per- 
fumed with a balm of^:|,000 flowers. The best 
known remedy for Heavy and Beactiful Black 
Eye-Brows, also restores Gisay Hair io its Natur- 
al Color. Can be used vra* Hot Iron for 
Straightening. X 

Price Sent by Mail, 50c; 10c Extra for Postage i 


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1 Hair Grower, 1 Tsk- 
pie Oil, 1 Sbamiwo, 1 
Pressing Ofl, 1 Ikes 
Creasi and Blrectloa 
for eeUtaw. >3iOO. 

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316 N. Central 


Oklahoma City 


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thousands of Race Women are h^py and pros- 
perous through their PORO profits? \ 


Homes Are Being Acquired! 

Children Are JSeing Schooled! 
Families Ar^ Being Provided 


This ae^me opportunity ^sts fqf you. For rig^t now, thmire 
openings for ambitious Wpmesk «s our r^ reeeoUtives to supply therffreat 
demand for nHID Tr^tmeRtlt mO Products and teach the J^VHIB 

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Sampson's Creole Pressing Oil JOe 

Sampson's Cre<Je Hair' Tonic..- ...:.i...7Se ' 

Sampson's Creole Dandrutf Cure..... ......SOc 

Sampstm's Creole Face Bleach „..^ .l...^.i7Sc . ; 

Sanqtson's Creole Face Cpeaii8.::'....:c-.... :..... . .; SQc 

Sanqison's Creole Brown Skin Powder ..............75c 

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Tongs AfWays in Stock. Costumes for Hke. 

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MENEElf PllM MARKET 


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First Class Binls I Sold at tbe Ricbt Pric^ W« B^ 
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HOW LONG ARE YOU GdlNG TO BE A 
SLAVE TO THE LANDLORD? • 

iiiHOM ivEsin CO. 

TAKE A LOOK AT l^iESE 

Best snap in town — A five-room house (Calif, style) all 
dolled up; down payment $500.00, total $3500.00.; You 
can't beat it — lot 40x120 — So hurry. 

A large house of eight rooms on East 2Qth St., near 
Central Ave. ; two baths and two toilets, only $2000 cash. 
Large lot 45x145. 

If you want something that's in a fine neighborhood, 
thaf 8 different fr*m the rest—we .have it! Six-room 
modem Bungalow, three hardwood floors, two bed r«om8, 
hardwood floor den and a swell dining room. East 57th 
St.. Price $7500.00. 

Inconre property, w^ have it, two houses 6-room and 
kitchenette and one four-room modem bungalow in the 
rear bring $110.00 per month; $2500 cash, total $7500. 

One five-room house (plastered nicely) on 35th St., 
near Central Ave. Garage, cellar, fire place; $1500.00 
Cash — it's a snap. 

One 9-room house in VVatta $2500.00 total; $600.00 
down. Lot r)0xl20. Raise all the chickens you .want. 
Balance $25.00 per month. 
i Another snap in Watts, one five-room house (plaster- 
J ed) for $300.QO down. Total $2500.00 ; bal. $20 per mo. ♦ 
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1804 CENTRAL AVE. HUMBOLDT 6391 t 

K. C. VENERABLE - - - - Pres. and Tre*». * 

W. H. PHILLIPS - - '- SecreUry « 

I. S. WATTS - - Sale* Manager t 

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SEE—— 

CITY BROTHERS 

We Specialize in Residential Property in 
Any Location You Desire! 

OUR OFFJCE IS OPEN FROM 8:30 A. M, TO 6:30 P. M. 
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 

1100^4 CentraliAve. Phone: 877-186 | 

Res: 816 E. 37tli St.— Phone: Humboldt 6800-M J 

G. W. CITY ; R. J. CITY J 


Popalar young lady contest comes 
to a close March 13tli. Miss Willie 
Mayo won first prise with 48,000,000 
Votes; Miss Belen Wolfe, 2,800,000; 
Miss M'm'e Pllklnton third with 2, 
137,600 votes; Miss Gladys Dotson, 
2,000,000 Totes; Miss Ruth Hannabal 
1,900.000 votes. First prize was white 
-platinum gold wrist watch: 2nd prize 
string Rlcheuleu Pearls; 3rd, Vanity 
Case. The N. A. A. C. P. plans a re- 
ception In the near future to enter- 
tain the young ladies and their cani- 
paiKn managers. 

Revival services began at 2nd Bap- 
tist Church Monday evening, . with 
Rev. J. P. Hubbard of Oakland de- 
liveriiig the spiritual message to re- 
vive the Christian Army as well as 
to save sinners. 

Zion A. M. E. Chare is doing nice- 
ly with their Revival services. 

Pentecostal Church had a glorious 
success, with the meeting they have 
conducted for the past week. 

Miss Strah Hamilton is able to be 
up again to the delight of her many 
relatives and manl^ friends. 

Mrs. Porter Dixon ds doing nicely. 

The S. R. C. of P. of W. plans a 
membership drive April 3. The S. 
R. C. of F. of W. plans the recjion of 
a national temple In the neir future". 
Probably Chicago will be the city to 
receive such a splendid gift. The S. 
R. C. of F. of W. Is a monument that's 
stands out openly at a] llimea to' 
^how the progress of the Negro and 
is* one of the greatest enterprises of 
cvidjt to the Negro. When it comes 
into Vlie Benevolent Fraternal world 
thi' S. -R. C. of F. of \V. doesn't only 
stiind at all times ready to help her 
members but to help the race at' large 
tor full particulars write Ii. C. Day. 
IX S. S,. 1344^"F" St.. Fresno. Those 
wishing to take jjart on tlie program 
.-Vprll 3r(i Afe Miss Helen Berry. W. 
G.. Phone: 448S-J. \ 

Rev. J. Riddle ofX^asadena deliv- 
ered a wonderful lectitre at 2nd Rap- 
ti.^t Wednesday evening, which was 
enjoyed by all. Mr. Ridale made it 
plain that we must think xaud put 
those thoughts into action to keep the 
race on the upward climb. \ 

Rev. T. M. Davis was presentNyith 
members and friends, Wednesday sv 


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NEW SPRING VALUES 

WOODS REALTY CO. 

849 CENTRAL AVE. . TEL.: 8^-84?; 

RENTALS :- COLLECTIONS 

INSURANCE 

T. L. Woods P. R. Smallwood 

'Edw. A. Reese, Notary Public 

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R H'i«m Mjulem liuMie, Ji.UHO.UO: Cash 
$900.00. 

5-Room Stucco lloii'-e $3500.0i.i; Cash 
JMoo.on 

.S Room Stucco $4»o(Mio. Terms. 

ir.-Eoom Flat, flosr in. Income Hi*) 
per Mo $4i>tM).0il rt'^wn; Ualanof eas.v. 

Several furnished and unfurnished 
.\parin:pnts For Rent. 



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CHARLES C. J. WILLIAMS 

Licensed .Real Estate Broker 


Mrs. A. .1. -Ander.son. siatistician of 
the parent body of the Missionary So- 
ciety of the A. M. E. Church address- 
ed the Missionary Society of St. Paul 
A. M. E. Church. Sunday P. M. Mrs. 
Anilerson very ably spoke ojt of her 
wide e.xperience and thorough conse- 
cratirn. The audience to which she 
spoke was made up of members of 
the local society, member of the sis- 
ter church cf the city aud members 
from Redlands. The anzlety of the 
people for such a message and tlie 
appreciation they had tor it may be 
I indicpted by the fact that they wailed 
I one hour for the arrival of the speak- 
er and listened with.,cljse attenlion 
to the ■message without showing the 
least indication of weariness. Mrs. 
Anderson is indeed a commanding 
speaker full of the subject of .Mis- 
sions. 

Mr. Hamilton has returned from 
the hospital much improved. 

Mr. I. H. Mendenliall, belter known 
as "Zeke " ha.s gone to Pine Knot, 
Bear Valley on a camping trip. lie. 
is to be absent tor about eight months. 
.Mr. and Mrs. Carlton niade^ trip to 
Los Angeles last week to attend the 
funeral services of .Mrs. Lee, who died 
after an operation. 

"iVlrs. J. E. Muckelroy made a flying 
trip to Los Angeles last week on busi- 
ness, stopping in Pasadena on her 
way back. 

Mr. T. X: White and Mrs. Green 
rspent Saturday evening in the city. 

SACRAMENTO 


ful i farmer In that section wlio kas 
been raising cotton in an 'experimen- 
tal way, and' wbo last year had a 
tblrty-acre crop, will be the principal 
spikker and exhibitor. His exper- 
lenbe has shown that cotton can be 
groiwn h«re-for eleven cents a pounil 
and that the Acala variety, abort 
staple, ♦ill ripen far ahead of the 
frosu. MJ-. Walker has bad fifty-Seven 
years experience bere and In , tbe 
Southern States and ha*) demonstrat- 
ed the possibilities of the land to the 
North of us here and will. If given 
the proper encouragement develop a 
Cotton Industry with a gin, a cotton- 
seed oil plant and cotton-seed meal 
plant ioT feeding purposes. 

Prof. F. M. Duggar (white) of the 
Alabama Institute dl Technology and 
AgMculture and for the past two 
years has been exchange professor at 
the California College of Agriculture, 
will also address this meeting. Both 
sides of the Cotton question will be 
discussed. 

"The Star Club says, "You remem- 
ber that Armistice Dpy Ball, well this 
Easter Ball will sufpass It at Native 
Son's Hall, April 21st." 

On next 'Tuesday the 25th, the Y. 
M. A. C. Club is Inviting mother, fath- 
er, sister, brother, friend and sweet- 
heart to a Basket Ball Game at the 
Stite Armory— Admission free. Bob 
Holman Is 'president and Ben McCard 
coach. O! what a time. 

James Buchanan was taken sud- 
denly and seriously IllMonday night. 
He was ordered to the hospital where 
he' has been under examination; sev- 
eral I x-ray pictures having been made 
to determine the cause of his illne.ss. 
He is at the Sutter Hospital where 


The 4^lddow8 and wld*>wers laacu« 
of fnn 'Mt- tbe Sojounicr Truth clok, 
Thursday evealsK, March «(*. proved 
to be an exceptional, unique and ray 
aifair. EJveryone »eem«d to enJOy ttic 
affair immensejy. Mrs. John Cerd 
managed the affair nicely. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mabels seera as 
happy as buss in a rag In their beau- 
tiful home ait 125-127 22nd avenne N. 

Mrs. Geoi«e Milter of 2409 Irving 
street, Tuesday morning March . 11, 
became the proud mother of a seven 
and a half pound baby glrK 

If you w»nt the California Eagle 
sent direct to your home address, see 
F. R. Brooks/ agent, phone East 1344. 

RIVERSIDE, CAL 


Mr. Honier Dumas has returned 
from Wilbirforce school. He wll re- 
turn to take up his studies in Septem- 
ber 9th. 

Rev. James Washington, presiding 
elder, Rev. and Mrs. Robert House, 
Mrs. Mildred Motf of Kansas City, Mo. 
were guests Sunday at an elaborate 
turkey dinner at the home of Mr. and 
Mrs. Walter, Williams, 380 E. 10th st. 

The turkey dinner was a success 
given in the basement by the Busy 
Bees. 

Miss Bell Booker is visiting her 
niece. Miss Ablene Buchanan of Pasa- 
dena htis week. 

Mrs. Jones, of 12th and High is en- 
teruining the officers of Aliens Chap- 
el this week, 

Mrs. W. T. Anderson, who is in the 


state with her husband, lectuied at 
other physicians have been called in the A. M.l E. Church, Sunday nieht in 


consultation to determine whether an 
immediate operation is necessary. 

The Sti'anger says the Sacramento 
Hish School boys and girls should 
hunt up nfews items of the Associated 
Press and editorials touching the 
work o[ Thelma Btrlock. a high school 
girl of New YorW-who was on the 
verge of leaving ichool for lack of 
funds, when she was awarded the 
weekly first prize c£ $20 and the 
monthly bonuh prize of $50 in the 
New York W6rld's News competition 
in a Held with ISOO otlter contestants. 
The result shows whai ambition, per- 
sistence and study will do regardless 
of circumstances. The Child Labor 
Law was the topic she wrote about. 

Mrs. Evelyn M. Haney was stricken 
iiursday nlRht with a strange niala 
dKand has been confined to h^r bed 
since apparently in intense agony. 

IloXt forK.t-the E:ister Ball of the 

Hall. 


Sen'. 


Star (lub at .N'ativ 

April 2i>L. ■ • 

Kev. \V.\n. Huqhis reluruPd hur- 
riedly and ^thont his family on ac- 
count of the THrk funeral. 

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the interest of the Missionary society. 
She returned to L.os Angele.-i with 
Mrs. Jamea Washington, the state 
president. 

Mr. Myres has moved nto his new- 
home jost purchased. 

Mr. Anderson has ju.t moved into 
his new home just purcha.sed. 

Also Mr, Powers has moved into 
his new home. 


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If you Mean Business I Can Satisfy You, 

I Have Just What You Want 

6-Room Bupgalow, vacant, West of 
Centi-al; $6500.00— $2000.00 down, 
$.50.00 or more per mo., including in- 
terest. Move in. 

6-Room Bungalow all brick, about 8 
years old. $6500.00; $2000.00 down, 
about $50.00 or more per mo., includ- 
ing interest. 


10-Room two story house, We.st of Central, first claa'ai 
condition, $10500.00; $5000.00 down, about $75.00 per 
month, including interest. Six regular bed rooms, sleep- 
ing porch ; 3 tolets. 

Bargain — Run Quick! 
12-Room Modern Two-Story house, hardwood floors, 8 
regular bed room.s. Price $8500.00 ; $4500.00 down, 
about $60.00 per month including interest. West of 
Central Ave., good for roomers. 

For Real Good Property and Good Buys, Come to 

>.. , Me — Property all Over the City. 

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Dftce Phone: Met. 53(46 Res.: Humbolt 43SO-M X 


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Mr. and Mr.s. Wm. viuiyri- cif Lo.s 
AnReles accompaniej by Mr. Walter 
Harris of San Jos.^ an'l Miss j/ouise 
Iloberts <.' Hanford ino;"ri'rl lo Han- 
ford from I Os Aneeiis nn lasl Sunday. 
March 2,1(1. anil sp, nt ,lhc day .ind 
nieiit Willi iho fofiner's .sister. !Mrs. 
Julia Roberts. 

Mr. and Mrs. Saville drove the party i 
over to ParmersvUle in tl«"> .-ift.^rnoon , 
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ernest liinds. j 

On Monday morninp; Mrs. Robprts.. 
accompanied the party North, stop- 1 
ping at a half dozen or more points, 
inclndinK Fresno, Modesto. Stockton, 
I^reslon School of lone, and .San Jose, 
windins "P in San Franc isco. Mrs. j 
Roberts returned. to Hanstord on Kri- j 
i day,^ aving had a wonderful flying I 


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We specialize in Selling, Renting aind I ■"«"»«£ good city < > 
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We can't be beat in income aAd business, property. We ; 
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The Kyi. s fauiily of imperial Valley I •'^'"■''^^'"K ""ip. She brines back 
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"Tbo Best For The LeacL" 


"If you have a task w(^rth doinj, 

Though the humblest kind of work, 
Put your whole thought in your labpr, 

Nor its slightest detail shirk; 
If a thing is worth the doing, 

It is worth the doing well, 
And success will surely find you, 
' And abroad your merit tell." 
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Mr.s. Geo~Ke Johnson "niertainod 
her rauHic class at the Sixtennlh. and 
"C" St. Community Center, Saturday 
afternoon. 

The (lood Cheer Divi8io,n of the 
Girl's ftestrvcs had a party for their 
boy friends at Ihe Community Center 
Saturday night. 

'*Seorge C. Green, Chief Guide of the 
new unit of the Pioneer Notch or- 
ganized '^St. Andrews C:hurch had 
an electiOW>of officers and a Chili 
feed for th»boys Saturday night af- 
ter the moviSB. 

Raymond Cady. Chief Hunter; Wil- 
lie Parlter, Ranger; Els worth Turner. 
Recorder; Fred A. Hughes. Trca.sur- 
er: the boys are-going to bring in a 
name for their notch Saturday ni^lrt. 
and are working hard to be ready for 
the Ronnd-UpyatUie Y. \V. C. A. on 
the first Shturday iii .\pril. 

B. L. Murray, salesman for the 
Perfume-0-Uta Co, of Portland is 
calling on the trade heye tWs week. 

At a special meetinK Wednesday of 
the Del Paaa Robla Center of iba f anp 
bureau, WtUtam N. Walker, success- 


stopping at ]().'! K. Stuart avpnu' 

-Mrs. ^r. J. Kurtoa as been a litlUXin 
disposed for tn past^ew days but 
up and around again. 

Mrs. K-, A.'sSVagner is steadily ini- 
proving. . ', 

Mi.ss MajTJoric Raker is a little on 
the nifnd. 

Mr. .]. Johnson of Indio made a trip 
to the city Saturday. .Mrs. Johnson r.^- 
lurni-d with him to Indja Sunday, 
wher>' th'-y will dispose of their bi'- 
lolnging.s and return to the city to 
live. ^ 

' Mrs. .\nna Bell Scott of Piifhlo has 
ix'ten in Ihe city tlic- past week thf 
guest of .Mrs. Nettie V. Jones of E. 
Stuart .Avrnuc. 

Mr. and .Mrs. Jones made a trip to 
the beaches Sunday to take Mrs. Scott 
as, she had not had a chance to st'e 
our beaches .nnd ocean. 

Mrf. Mattie .\H)-.-itton made a flying 
visit to Iledlands Monday remaining 
until Tuesday afternoon. 

Mrs. .Mbritton said she couldn't 
wait any longer to see er two grind- 
sons, Cha'-les ind Dexter Jones. 

KPdlanfl.5» is having a good rain at 
this writing. 

Sunday services in both chut/hes 
were \cry ^ood. The pa.itors Slling 
their lespnctive pulpit.s. Next Sunday 
morning Ilev. Harris cf Yuma, Arizo- 
na will preach at Second Bapfist 
Church, , I 

SEATTLE NEWS 


Preston School which; every boy and 
girl should hear. 

A REAL SNAP 

Room Modern House; 2 Lots; one 
corner. Fruit.s and flowers grow- 
$4000; Cash down $1500, balance 
easyiverms. 

EE STELLA KEGLER 
Phone\ Hiimbolt 3677-J 3, Watts 


I PEOPLES' GROCERY CO. 


Mr. C. L. Waters, 2Gi.(i Ward street. 
Seattle, •Washington, who ya.^ over- 
seas with tl.i- .>(.''ith Infantry Compainy. 
says that he would be pleased t.o hpar 
from some of the comrades of said 
company. A number of those tnen are 
located in l-os Angeles and other 
towns in Colltpiniu. He is iho- janitor 
it the U. S. Cilstoms House. 
When you hi.c on Jackson Street 
;'i.d want a nice hot lunc'.i, don't tpr- 
Ka-'c the Quality I.uuch at 90 ' JackJion 
street, Mrs. t'ta*-! Vernon, i rop, | 

Mr. John l-jiaiks, late of o:. Jos(i|ph, 
Mo., is'now rjai:ing a.s ro,is-:erl)out iwi 
.ic S.S. A'i-.x.i.nder froi.i Seattle to 
C ■ilfforniai o '' pjcdsed wit ; his job. 

Mr. W. K. ItMivin went o i: with S 
S. Ruth. M- '.:b IMh, ah third crtok. 
itr, is runu.»';i ! etweon oo^ttlu ind 
California. i 

- Mrs, Edwai'i fitter, 2214 East Mad- 
isno street, .v;av<. a birthday party, 
March 9th ' in honor of h?r 3 and 5 
year old kiddies, Marjorie Btlwluu, 
anti Maxine, and there were 39 kid- 
diejs in attendance to enjoy them- 
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ALFRED C. FISHER, President; E. W. FISHER, Secy, and Gen. Mgr.; 


1401 B. STH ST. 


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heard of the Camo Secret of 
"teptcA'ing, Beautifying and 
Preserving the Hair? Well, 
ffe aref stretching forth our 
Arms to give the secret to the 
world. All Hair Goods made 
to Ordfer. We are near three 
car lines— "-Central only one 
and one-half, Griffith only one- 
half block 'and San Pedro one 
and one-half .block. 
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We Repair Your Chiffonaire, Dresser, Dav- 
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Try Prescription 

No. 100.000 

A Cure for Obstinate Colds 

We Manufacture \t 

W« hav* a full line of PLOUGH'S BLACK AND 
WHttSt Mme. WALKER'S: OVERTON'S and 
PALMER'S TOILET ARTICLES; also » line ,J 
STRAIGHTENING COMBS. i 

I ALBERT BAUMAINN 

P R U GG I ST 

Phone Main 6064 
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MOKlOVIA POST OFFICE AGGRE- 
VATINGLY DISCRIMINATES 

; • AGAINST* THE RACE 


The Monrovia Pos^ Office is one of 
the' tew Post Offlcefe in the Itnited 
States that has a | Postmaster and 
crew that is ,»ery Seriously afflicted 
diseasesh bwsitse Ifbythediscrimina-n 
with negrophobia. The results of this 
disease shows itself by the discrimin- 
atory and prejudice manner the Negro 
patrons of this office ar esaid to ^e 
treated. ». i , 

Sometime ago Mr. Andrew .Tackson, 
one time a student of Berkeley Uni- 
versity and an ex-w<(rld war soldier, 
took the «xaniination for raWl carrier. 
He made ihe highest average of the 
ihree who took it at the time, the 
other two applicants "Aere white, but 
when the time for making .^point- 
ment of one or more carriers came. 
Mr. .lackson went up for appointmen. 
and was refused, on the. ground, we 
understand, that those (all white) in 
the post office would not work Ayith a 
Negro. When- colored iieoplc call at 
the post office to send packagrs that 
nece.ssitate the attention of .sonw:> one 
in the office they are qiicstiontd and 
treated as if they do not know their 
business nor what they want. It is 
said that the postms^ter is a southern- 
er. If he isn't. Vie certainly acts it. 

We don't know jiist what part of the 
South Jie is from, for many of tlw 
southern cities and towns have Nc^ro 
mail carriers, and in alinnsc every 
post oflice in ralifornia tliat has ;i 
Necro irnpulation you will find eilln r 
Negro mail <:arrier or <;li<rk. TIip Nr 
grots of Monrovia will tako care of 
liiis .situation «heu it comes time to 
vote for the ocngre's.si'.ran or Senator 
who i.'i charged witli tht<^duty of mak- 
ing recomiuendatioi^ fnv this posi of- 
fice. 

City election in Monrovia on thi' 
llth of April. Kvery Negro voter 
should he registered and go iii the 
pulls and vote. It must he done. !)(•- 
cau.'^e of a certain element which, we 
unUerstjiiid. are goina to sivk ol^ice 
They an; eue:nies of the race. 


Mr. Philip Stricklatn joins bi» wife 
who has be«n ' here several weeks 
Mr. Strlcklain cornea from MaraJiBll, 
Texas,' where he leaves a brother and 
his fam-lly yet 'to come. The father and 
family of ten children came to Ban 
Diego more than two months f^o, 
and are all doing well. 

Ag. a man among men, Mr. Suther- 
land of. thj^ Ti Juans Stage Compi^iy,. 
is one real white man. He does ^oe. 
only express his desires to see oiir' 
race progress but shows us by^is aid 
and the writer has found Mr. Suther- 
land, willing to assist in the race pr^ 
gram' on every hand and is only foo 
glad to suggest that we should not 
overlook our opportunities to patrbn- 
isic hU stages at sU times. He is also 
a reider of the .West's great ne^irs- 
paper, The Eagle, which will visit his 
office for years to come. Use his stage 
at all times. 

Hon. B. P. Sample, our friend and 
state senator, was elected to liead the 
Coolidge Club and -a better man could 
not have been selected. Senator Sam- 
ple is one among many men who will 
deal justice to all mankind and while 
we hat to lose him in San Diego- l^e 
should go to the l'. S. Senate where 
we feel that he could do more for us 
1 ani sure by supporting the Dyer 
Jiill, as it cotiid not die- with him in 
tlje House. He will ho remembered for 
the civil rights t)ill. and also for win- 
ning the school light in imperial Val- 
ley. In which case he defended tlie 
(■ivil rights liill. His policy is that a 
man is a man regardless to c.^eed or 
color. Keep your eyes On him. 

A cr.mp of the American Woodmen 
was 


16 Boy ISco^U an^ asstaUnt Scout- 
Master i« here visiting hia mothsr and 
family and ^Oi return to Brawl«y Sat- 
urday. ; 

Mrs. Cora| English is still ib our 
midst amd IB being shown" a giiand. 
time by friends. F 

Mrs. Ma ROB and her daughter Lena 
Mcore, who irere hurt in au auto [ac- 
cident are Iraproving at the haapital 

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By: PLGA HARRIS 


Sunday* atttimoon, March 10, a 
interesting Sunday School Instittije 
was held at Scott's Chapel Church. 

Professor Sfack, of ihe Pasadena 
Puhlic School*, spoke on how the 
church could liontHbute to the church 
school. Later In the afternoon Mr. 
Morgan Odell, the Religious Director 
of the First Methodist Church, gave 
an inspiring tilk on the teacher and 
his equipment. At 7:80 In the .ev- 
ening, Mrs. Cobb, the Secretary of 
the Board of Religious Education, 
gave many profitable solutions to the 
church school problems. 

The'Turk'^y dinner given under the 
auspices of the, Christian Endeavor of 
the First A. M. E. Church on Thursday 
evening, March 13, was very success- 
ful. This dinner was given for the 
■benefit of the rally which "will lake 
place in April. , A very neat sum was 
;ealized. I 

A very Interbsting talk was given 
by Miss Frled^ Anderson 



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Open Every Day— Patronafle Solicited 
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Phone: Humboldt 3224-W., 


M!»s Hallyi Q, Bro.wn, I'resiii'Ut cl 
th'' XalionaJ Associaliou cf ( >: )r«<i 
Wonu'u's l'U'.b.s. a|ipt»are:t' in .Monrov- 
ia on tlie Gth and IKih Inst. .\ very 
,, . larm- and enthasiastii amiii-m-e gr.-ei- 
If ' ed her. t)n -her fi--st visit .sh.- It-ctiirea 
on tht' subject 'Our Kanioi.s \\ omi^.u". 
It was instrjictive an4»-inspirine. in 
spiti' of the years y.Ui- c arri^ti. .Miss 
Bro«u is alert a.s a youuK-'*'t''r ol' li:,s 
years. 

On ilu- l:llh she app'-areii in ri(it:il. 
As a dnimalist slie is truly withoiii » 
rival, .she is an iiiipf;rsriiaior "i 'an' 
ability. lUr recitation of the poi'm.i of 
Paul I,aurer.ce' Dundar was e.vceedins- 
lly smart in interpretation. ** 

Both appejirancps Of Miss lirnv.n 
were at the A. M. E. Zinn Church. She 
was givep financial assistance for the I 
educational work of the organization, 
which she represents. Twenlylive dol- 1 
iais were given at the first ni'-eiinK- I 


night March 17th, at the First Bap- 
tist Church. > A II^ prospective members 
worn present. MK (Jraham of Los An- 
geles had charge Qf the work. ' 

Hev. Cooper, of Riverside preached 
the (;. M. T: Sei^mon Sunday at Mt. 
y.Utn ( hurch. Rev. C(k>per is an able 
man aiidVa large crowd was out to 
hear liim. 

I!. H Cpaham. state supcrvi.-iur if 
the .'Vir.ericail Woodmen, was in the 
city Sunday atnl 'spoke at Mt. Zion 
and t!ie First Bai)t)<t Clmrch 
ii-cl: .American Woodmen. 


American Woodmen 
Organize In 

San DiegoJT 


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kVe apeciaiiae in Rolls, Paalryt SU'cs, Piei. Let u% serve your next 
Banquet. Phone ut foe taA>«nation. Soda Watersi Cream ^ 

Confectioneries. v 

130S Eart Adanu Street (Near Hooper) | 

Mra. Chaa. Burke, Cen'l. Mgr. Lamar Prater, Ass't. Mgr. % 

Dr. L. Bucans | 

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Office Hours: 9 :30 A. M. to 12 :00 M. : 1 :00 P. M. to 3 :00 | 

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Phones: Office, Humboldt 5882-W; Res., Vermont 4131 | 

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city last Sunday aPd' :«:H>ke at (h. \ft. | 
y.ion Hapii^t Church in the aft .•moor.. ^ 
at ih.- eontlusion of tbf I' I 
.s. M. T. .\hnH,al l»rogr*»u. and at ih- 
Kiv^t .Str-el l;apti.-:t rVjrch' at nieht. 
On Monday nii;hr. I" of. t;ralia:ii d-liv- 
ere.l hi.s main address hefor ■ a -'"iy 
representative audience at th^ Kir*l 
Street fJaptist Chitrch. The Supervis 
o- took as a theme fer" hi.s discoiir.se. 
the text whirl! wzi useil i)y itev. Bur- 
i,es for liis^'s^Tilion Siiliday ni ■.lit as 
trjilows: "The people arn de.-roywl 
tor the lack of knowli-dge". He i)ro- 
emded to demonstrate what the Aiiier- 
icar Woodjnen had done and was (io- 
inx for the ra<:e in. a material way, 
and in building I'p' race confidence 
through its safe and sane way of do- 
in^ business. Such institutions he 
aiil wfre (loinK mor^ to gi\-it' training | 


By A. L. Brown 

The l.iouglas.s h.ague is stiTing San 
Uiego. It is a political and home pro- 
tective organization and has launched 
a real business program. On the first 
of th" month of February the Negro 
city employees' wages were reduced 
r,0 cents on the day and affected 
more than 2."> meiiiher.s or <ur race. 
The action was brought before the 
League, v. hich at once dL-atted a pl'- 
tilion signed by the voters or San 
Diegc aiMi is.sued by the Do\iKlaHS 
League to our mayor and council for 
consideration of restoring of our men 
to their former wage scale. The 
League hopes for favorable response 
as the eouTifil is beginning to realize 
tiiat- the Negro is learning how l) 
vote. Every race man and woman 
should attend these meetings and h.jlp 
the League select wvay.s and means' li,';ate and instruct the members, ap 


People's Lyceui). Also an instru 
mental solb was rendered by Harold 
Lloyd. 

The Cosmopolitan Club held their 
monthly niectinij; at the home of .Mrs. 
R. .lefterson. Pklmett^ Drive. Satur- 
day evening. March Sth, presided over 
■by their presidt^nt, Mrs. Willis Cole- 
man. This club 1 u^ill com inue Its se- 
lics of social affairs, which are given 
for the benefit of Ihe Charity Ward of 
the Dunbar Hosiital. 

Later in the evening. Paul ,Iefferson 
was tho.cugWy Jturprisicd hy the sud- 
dOM appearante i>f a gay young set of 
girls and beys iekhrating his birth- 
day. A j>eaiit.fu|l cake was adorned 
with twenty iligttted candles. A jolly 
lime wa* hid aher which dainty r<^ 
freshmt!its were .s.-ivni by the club 
:.i|let.. ' ' 

Pa.^^M-Iena 'wa.s honored by a visit 
t.-oai .«.•■< Haili.'^ y Brown. .\ati()nal 
'ftnUUut i>(ith(| K.vt.-ruted riu!)s. 
.-.!;>. .wa.-i-;! -Jtii. Sht- iiiad • hor 
j|:ir«^' ii:j;i. k. mc- ]on thaf day at the 
;■:., l-— -, ;^'u«lt»->P«'«re Chili, and w^s enthusias- 
l>ie«., ,.! i'icsriy rxeiVfd l^y thai body of the 
«I .:>•■ .% ili- ' ' !>• »niia>T.I Vhile wniaen of the 
H>loii»,r«»Jci!; . Th.- main Huhject cif her brief 
'|:.- k KH^. Thf I'rtigress of Th.- 'i'oung 
•■ !»: • f <>>ir Ua— . Foliowi•;^ il.is. a I 
W- ;..'»r 'il itfier::!..,!! rw -ptio!! was \ 
|«iv.-p in hi'i.or oi .Mi^s Hrown liy the! 
;jrri.-ii T |!,;iiati and Volunieer 
.io'-.'.'r^ I ;;:h.. Ji, il<e residence of; 
Mr.- < i.rs Mi«ks . | 

fu'«djy •ve-Mnc Mi.s.s Drown gave 
K. au.i, ?> ^ -ry stirring aildre^s at the First i 
\ M K Churih. 

Til.- Tih-r (hii> <;f the JJelMel A 
}'■ K. ( hurch, coi.«isHj}g of fourteen I 
SouUK girls ^II•(|^.^ nn^ leadership of i 
hirs l^iuise' Williams, held their | 
iii:oiit:i:y meeliug. Marcii filh. Pi-eiiara | 
tions are being ii:;ide for their install- j 
ation and receniiiiu which will soon 

ijuke ,.,ace. . I 

! Wedding bells h^ve bee:i ringing in) 
Pasadena. 

.Mrs. Hattie Ove^r. ami Mr. Charl.s 
Johnson were quif^tly married at the 
home of t)ie bride. I8<; S. Vernon, Sun- 
djay afternoon at ^I.IO. Rev. .1. M. 
liro\in pe-formed the ceremony with 
a^ f' w cf their intimate friends pres 


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^ OR PASTRY—GO TO THE 

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JOHN LEGLER, Prop. 

Birthday and Wedding Cakes a Specialty 
HOT ROLLS AT NOON — HOP BREAD- AT 4 P, 
1115 CENTRAL AVENUE 


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Teadier of Piano 

BY HER CORRECT METHOD 
AND EASY WAY YOU WILL 
LEARN, QUICKLY HOW TO 
PLAY. \ 

STUDIO: 1608 E. 16TH ST. 
HUMBOLDT 4914 




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Will 
said. 


ey and c.Tcrgy building up our 
business eate'-prises. and we 
iiialie ])esitions tor < ur^elves" he 
Al)oui litly members made applica- 
tion for membership and at an early 
date a big log rolling will take place 
It which time Ihe Sup,-'rvisor will ob 



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FRED L. ENGLISH 

f POULTKy ANP IIGGS 

Ifteaaquarten for Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Chickend. W« 
dreas tbem wl^ile you wait. We retail at wholesale prices. 

'phMM: aS7-006 1625 S. San Pedro St., Los Anccles, C«L 


for the betterment of race conditions 
in our city. The League has not praise 
enouh to offer the liberal heads of our 
churches which Jiave opened their 
doors to U3 in order that we might 
reach cur people rn^ore abundantly. 
The First Street Bapti.st Church of 
which Rev. Thomas is pastor, alowed 
UH tn organize and our second moot- 
ing was held there, anti we are ail- 
j vised that the door stands aj'ar for u.-?. 
We Iheu met at the.Retliol Itapiist 
Churcli. then at Mt. Zioii itaiiiisi 
Church. Now we feel t'lat these good 
ministers will not lose anything by 
their co-operative spirits, (ict the hab- 
it and say meet me at ^he Douglass 
League Tuesday night. N 

Kvery race man aod wtjman should 
read The California Eagle, a real race 
journal. Keep jn touch with tlie times. 

It whs whispered a few week;; ago 
that Mt. Zion Baptist Church had 
called Rev. R. V. Green to Its pastor- 
ate; but after the reporter had inter- 
viewed him he finds the report a false 
alarm, and he is still acting tempo- 
rarily for them. The field is still opey. 

Bethel Baptist C hurcli witnessed' a 
good .sermon when Rev. D. f. Knox, 
the state moderator broke to us the 
bread ol life. He selected his subject 
from the 23rd Psalm. Text: A Divine 
Sheppard. There wore many Ktrau.g- 
crs present to witness the sermon. 

The members of the Douglas 
League like the ■way its meetings arc 
being conducted and arc well pleased 
with the progressive young president, 
who Is rery able for putting over the 
program. 


ebi .\ delisrhtful buffet luncheon was 
anil employment to our young men j ser\y.-d. ' 

anil women than any othet' agencies, I ' A "very delightftil surprise party 
a;M v.as raising the economic stand- j was given in lionorjof Miss Inez Allen 

I at the libine of thelMisses Berra-.sMae 

ar;l of the Negro to a higher level, [.and Mamie D. Collins. An enjoyable 

■■Let's unit passing resolutions ■beg- ; evenin;; war,-,,spent lo- all present. 

ging otlier -aces to give us Jobs and j Very iniijreysive indeed wece the 

p, nd a^ little more of otir time, mon- services Sunday mol-ning at the First 

.A.M. K. Chiirchxpf Ihe installation of 
the Sunday School ifTicers and teach- 
ers. The parlicipant.^dressed in white. 
foi*med a processioif^niaking a strik- 
ing appearance, ai Xhey marched 
down the aisles iingi'ng "Onward 
Christian Soldiers". jSeveiTil beautiful 
solos were rohdered by Mrs. Bur- 
roughs of Washington, D. c\ accom- 
panied by Mrs. V. M.iftoberts. "hje ser- 
mon by Rev. J. !\I. IBrown was very 
helpftil and uplifting. A number of 
visitors from Los Angeles and sttr- 
rounding towns were present. -!,-\ 
Mr. Thrraas Anderson, vice presi- 
i dent of the '\'oiing People^s Lyceum. 
I oi>ened the meeting p£ the last week, 
lowing to the illness of oir- able young 
Lrrr$jdent. .Miss Jlaude Linson. 

The subject of '■The .\dvantages 
and Opportunities of the Colored 
(Jirls and -Boys of Today" was ably 
discus.sed by the menjbers of the club 
and there were ^ivei talks given in 
memt ry of Paul I^wrence Dunhar. 
Booker T. Washington, and Kreder- 
'ck Douglas. ' 

A very intoresUng program was en- 
joyed. Two of the ntiraber.s rendered 
werii a piano solo 1^- Miss Thelma 
Bird and a vocal solo, by Miss Marion 
Mclntyi-e accompaniei) by Miss Aatia 
Taylor. ' i 

PASADENA FIVE DOWN LOS AN- 
GELES IN FAiT BASKETBALL 
GAME 


IKjint bfflcr j|, anil send the local camp 
on its tnissitin of woodcraft. 

Much praise should "'be. given Rev. 
William Dysfn who was appointed lo- 
cal deputy. Though he has lived in 
San Dif.go but a few months, he has 
demoiiRtralrd his ability as a real 
hustler, and largely through hir ef- 
to'rts a healthy woodman fentiinont 
liii.s been created. Rev. Dyson says he 
v/iil make the San Diego camp rival 
the Los Angeles canjp which in eigh- 
teen months liar, nine hundred, mem- 
bers. Otlier.s who have been vury in- 
strumental in helping to establish the 
camp are: Mr. J. B. Wilkins, Pres.; 
I'. .\. 1. A.; M.-. Herman Herbert, 
Rev. D. C. Richardson, Mrs. Mary E. 
Sheiton, and Dr. Brown. The Ameri- 
can Wooflme-; is also much Indebted 
to Mr. W. Lloyd Jolinson, editor and 
manager of. Ihe San Dlcgo Eagle for 
giving publicity to our efforts. 

.\ fair number gathered at the log 
rollling which took place at the First 
Sti-eet Baptist Church' Monday night, 
and a good number signed up as 
'members and from all indications the 

whole of San Diego will he wood craft 1 stockb and Brownlee Stars— 13 to 11 
before many more rollings take place. 


IFCA^DY IS A FOOD-WHY NOT GET 
THE BEST? 

MORRWSmOWNCAMlYCO. 

OUR CANDIES AND PRICES 
ARE RIGHT 

IF OUR SALESMAN DOES NOw CALL 
ON YOU- YOU CALL US 

J. MORRFSQN Pres. 

WHOLESALE ONLY 
Humboldt 6620-W 1514 L 33rd St. 


I IttSON BROS. QUICK SERVICE 

I BARBECyE MEATS~.Eats and Drinks 
I We specialize in Picnic and Basket Lunches 

I 1112 CENTRAL AVE.— WE NEVER CLOSE 

« ALSO 1504 E. 9TH STREET. 



.Mrs. Cieofge Banks the manager of 
he Whitii Fruut Garage, spent three 
days -in Los Angeles last week on busi- 
;iess. - , 

Rev. Andrews (TOm Alabama, who 
preached for JBeHiel Baptist Church 
Sunday waa not -a. false ahirm. Ifo 
more than measured up to the stand- 
ard and set things on lire. Bethel was 
>Hck at herself once mora. 

Gilbert WUliamsi member of Troup 


Sandwiches 05 

Coffee ^ 05 

Soup r<v!^^ 

Buttermilk ,.../.r:*5 

Beans, Praxii ..4 ^5 

Pie, pejPaliceA 05 


Com Beef Ha6h..„ TO 

Beans with Chile. .r" .10 

Spaghetti 10 

Stew _ ; 10 

TamaleJ*,-^ 10 

Hot Dog ._ .06 


We iJao liandle high grade Cigara and Cigarettes 
TcUea For Lacliea t: Phoae, Bdwy. 1411 

., Bxter— Bottle and Draught ., 


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LoH Anpoles Hi Y Ijoys went down 
b( f ')re the Pasadopas ^trong five in a 
hard game of ba$l|stball, last Satur- 
day iiilght at Paaaaei^ High Sehool 
gym.: Both teams '»rore itnabie to lo- 
cate '. the basket, during; the first 
quar|tipr. The lirst'halfl Pasadctia and 
Los ' Angeles played even ball. The 
half fended 7 to 5 in favor of . Pasa* 
dena. 

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COOLIDGE OF COURSfe 

Coming into closer contact with the trend of events and 
studyinTcW all of the elements wh^ch go toward ma^^n^ / 
dec^ion! on the facts as we come to them, we are unable to ar- 
Sve arany other conclusion than that along ^ith the masses of 
all groups; the group of American Citizens which this paper 
represent* should give to the incumbent of the white house at 
Washington a most hearty and, even a united, support. 

For this conclusion we a,re backed up with more reasons 
than it is the lot of the average man to have for^ny undertak- 
• -: 'big for which he must have some excuse. 

"' Calvin Coolidge comes from sturdy old New England, from 
Which came the spirit of many illustrious sons who ha\^ stood 
out in bold relief for the down-trodden and oppressed of^all 
peoples. And df his stand for eternal justice and human rights 
there can never be any question. Since the daye of John Quincy 
Adams, he is the first man from New England to occupy a- place 
in the presidential chafr; it /s such a rare opportunity m svip- 
port a man like this, that we couid not afford to let the oppor- 
tunity pass by. 

Inheriting, as he does, an administration unlikened as nev- 
er before in the history- of American politics, grave problems 
have arisen to confront him, which would undoubtedly over- 
whelm the average man, but the son of rugged Vermont State 
has met them with a masterly hand, and, unscathed, stands 
OTit as a man who can safely at all times guide the old Ship of 

, State safely through the treacherous reefs of turmoil, intrigue, 

and the assaults of political enemies. 

We appreciate his worth amd his attitude toward the plain, 
common every day average citizen and his interest in their wel- 
fare ; and the fact that he could not be rushed off his feet by 
the hysteria and rantings of such political black guards as Tom 
Heflin, Caraway, and Roberson, who shouted "OIL" and tried 
to splash it on the priesident. When from their own hands drip ' 
the blood of human beings: lynched, mobbed and burned in Al- 
abama, Arkansas, and Georgii. 

The only trace of oil about Calvin Coolidge was when the 
most eventf u moment of Ms life came : he was up at his home 
on the farm in Vermont and when called upon to assume the 
oath to the highest office in the Hand he had to go to his father's 
bouse, who was a justice of the peace, and, in the absence of 
either electric lights or gas, Re had to open the bible so they 
could see to read and affix his signature by the aid of an old 
kerosene lamp. And that is the nearest they can ever come to 
connecting President Coolidge "with oil. 

At the portafs of the White House, all citizens have en- 
try thereto, and an opportunity to be heard, an executive will 
hear them, will without promise, consider their plea, and in "due 
time will gvie to them, if worthy, a practical demonstration, 
granting succor and relief. 

Never before have we had a president whose interest in 
all the people has been more sincere and genuine than at the 
present time; and, personal to our group, a brighter day has 
never shone ; and the highest compliment we would pay to our- 
selves is by givirtg to this man a most hearty and undivided sup- 
port. 


HITTING THEIR STRIDE 

The successful launching of the Liberty Building and Loan 
Association is indeed a grand step forward along the line of 
real and lasting progress. 

Without any beating of drums and crashing of cymbals a 
small group oX real business men pulled themselves together, 
put up the proper collateral required hy the corporation com- 
missioner, a charter was issued, and they are now on the way 
for real service in this community. This is the spirit which wins. 
We predict for this concern a brilli^t future, for they have 
brought to the people the opportunity most needed and, in re- 
turn, will receive from the same people a most hearty and gen- 
uine support. 

In other waiB % this attitude of the White Building and 
Loan-Associati^Hnh their petty prejudice and discrimination 
has been met. ^Br "have quit asking for their favors. We will 
take them for ourselves. The time is at hand, when Sambo is 
waking up and found out that instead of taking 4 per cent in 
the whi^ man's institution, he will make all the per cent pos- 
sible for himself. This same principle appUies to the Unity Fi- 
nance Company with its embryo banking institution, both of 
these concerns are worthwhile and should receive a most hearty 
support. 


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COME ON GOVERNOR 

Governor Friend Richardson, unlike President Coolidge, 
has thus far failed to give and recognition to the Colored vot- 
ers of the state. Note how President Coolidge stuck to Cohen; — 
renominated him time after %ime. The Senate refused to con- 
Urtn him as often, solely on account of color. President Coolidge 
ear«d obfhinff about him i^n. that account, <and he won out! Co- 
hen WM cmifomed. Qitr.icood .flOBili^flpvemor. Richardson 
would aot i et^him self ^bawt at alt, IttBving out sone real 
weiiMUl«|jl|ifi^tft^n to ^^ftk(!EiaHiv> ^lio8« vote made 

^ ^tWJSSwm ia tint W4KPR;^ant to wmit until his 
tana epove waitinr for ^ 


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AMERICAN NEGRO JOURNAUSM. ; 

- Ever since the heralded appearance o7 Rdbort 
Kerlin's "Voice of the Negro,^' attention and cbn- 
sideration of Negro jourhl^iam has become in- 
creasingly manifest. ' ^ . '" 
. "What," said the white mfh, "is J*e peculiar 
nttture and scope of Negro journalism? 

"lactone of the by-products Of their culture 
which we shall tCt some time find necegsdry to 
reckon with? 

"If it is an expression of their mental habits,; 
what for our sociological studies can we find iiseful- 
for a better understanding of the Negrrf? 

"If it is an expression of th^ir grieTances and 
demands, to what extent can we depend upon it 
in adjusting eiir social and economic relations with 
them? 

"What, in short, is a Negro newspaper for?" 
And so thft- question went forth. In every 
circle it was again and again discussed- Social 
philosophers, publicists, editors, — all w^re puzzled 
i,and confused. 

Then came Senator Harding, as he was then 
called, with a statement based upon cutting analy- 
sis, Authentic information, and the results of his 
own reflection; '' • v 

* "Publicity," he said, "is going to be the great- 
- ''est ^appn of all in furthering the Qftase of th* Col- 
ored people of the United States." 
p That his prophecy was markedly getialne, the 

^following taken from the Negro Year Book will 
adequately prove : 
- 1. Nearly five huhdred periodicals are published 
/ by Negroes in the United States. 


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2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 


997t of these ar^ edited by Negroe^. 


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Eighty-three are religious. 

Forty-five are fraternal. 

Eighty are coUegiate. 

Thirty-one are magazines, including a medical 
journal, four business periodicals, and five 
medical magazines. 

Leaving 253, of which the "California Eagle" 

, ! is one of the most widely read, to fall under 

' -the classification of newspapers'. 
i; What Does This Mean? 

It uilequivocally means that the Negro is be- 
coming more acutely conscious of the power of the 
printed word, in lifting himout of his miserable 
state, in telling the world that he is going to find 
out if these United States can be, "stripped of their 
unfortunate heritage of racial and castedi^tinction, 
or know the reason why ! «, 

And five generations hence, American Negro 
journalism will reach that stage of power ahd 
authority of which our feeble efforts of today are 
in some measure part and parcel. 

Backed by CAPITAL, ORGANIZATION, AD- 
MINISTRATION and LITERARY EFFIENCY, the 
Negro "Daily" of tomorrow will be the most power- 
ful agent in promoting the interests "of the Amer- 
ican Negro race ! '[ 


CHARNWOCttyS "ROOSEVELT' 

We have just finished reading Lord Chanv- 
Wood's scholarly tribute, to Theodore Roosevelt, 
(Atlantic Monthly Press) and we want to go down 
on record as spying that this is one of the /most 
significant books of the year. 

Written with a ehastit|||f^f diction, a marvelous 
ring of style, and marked ,lftypughout by fine sense, 
penetrating insight, andr.clgar, impartial analysis, 
it is but another monum^tn^^ised in hpnor of one 
whose splendid character 'may be profitably emu- 
lated today. > ; 


DOPE. ! 

Dope has been defined as "the greatest evil." 

The definition is somewhat extravagant. Fam- 
ine and irrational revolution. are appallingly great- 
er. Temporary sustenance may be had through 
dope. Famine and revolution do not sustain. Such 
would be a contradiction in terms. 

But dope does demoralize character, wreck 
human life ,and shake the foundations of national 
sobriety. Dope fastens its unwholesome grip upon 
those least expected to become addicted to the ig- 
noble habit: the bank president, the school teacher, 
the public offijcial, the physician, and so on, ad in- 
finitum, the le^st indespensable servants of the hu- 
man race are frequently its victims! 

Even Poe and Ciellini and consumptive Mrs. 
Browning were subject to it. 

And throughout the world today, men, women, 
and children of varyuig social status are constantly 
in danger of it. Fortunately this dfniger is becom- 
ing more and more apprehended. ' 

Traie Hearst newspapers — though usualy incap- 
able of anything clean and constrnctive— have 
started a nation-wide campaign to cms)) it ; ^ and, 
among the Negroes of Los Angeles, Rev. H. D. 
Prowd has begun a movement to counteract the 
ever-spreading evil. 

All who Mad — and that means everyone:— 
should get Ihis literature on the subject and take 
out membership cards with him in the. local branch 
of the Nationial Narcotic E'.^ncational Association. 


THE IMMIGRATION HORDE. 

"LONDON, March 16th. Trana-Atlantic steamship com- 
panies are still transporting hnadreds o( emigranta out of 
Southampton, despite the fact that the quota for the cnrrent 
year if already over-rnn." t. . 

In the mfnds of most thinking Negroes, this 
exclusive dispatch from London is som)ewhat dis- 
concerting. I 

We deeply regret that immigration policies in 
the United St&tes are not rigid and restrictive 
enough to insUre our own^economic stability. This 
is not prejudice ; ft is looking out for our own wel- 
fare; it is knowing on what side our jbread is but- 
teredv j 

For immigration makes for an over-supply of 
vunskilled labor. The Ne^ro is thrust out in order 
that this unskilled labor may be employed. 
* The immigrant will work for leas. His white 
skin, to be suire, does not create a race problem; 
and the Negro, accordii^ly, .is made to shuiTle for 
hinaeU in blmd*«ll«y oecapdtions for a wage eft4B 
Imnifflelaiet torauppljr iiMdt iieceaBary to the most 
ordlaii^ and sriigat kintt of snstOMUlce. 




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j(f we perceive the ominous ^gnificance, of 
thia,] oar n^e pride demands that we take imme- 
diate action in definitely abating this deluge Of 
c}ieat>, competitive, and^ unskilled labor. It is a 
'grave menace to our economic happiness. 
•N ^iite to your representatives before the bill 
comes up in July, and urge them to cut down the 
quota for the year- 1925. < . 

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POLITICAL TREND. 

With the New York Democratic Convention 
only ninet:^-four days of^ and no nominee in sight, 
the_ coming Presidential campaign takes no queer 
,ad|puzzling proportions. 

rrl Oscar Underwood, former ambassador 'John 
W.' Davis, Brand Whitlock, David Houston of Tex- 
as, McAdoo, and Senator Reed are all vying for 
honors. None are substantially gaining the pres- 
tige essential to the DeAiocratic nomination. 

While in the Republican party, indications 
show that President Coolidge will probably be the 
luck^ man in securing the Republican nomination. 

[Republican State-Wide primaries in New 
Han^pshire, Colorado, Kansas, Wisconsin, Oregon, 
Ohio, New Jersey, Nebraska, Montana, Michigan, 
Massachusetts, and Illinois- have all elected dele- 
gatei|i to the Republican National Convention and 
have further instructed them to vote for Calvin 
Coolidge. I 

jNegroes in (^alifornia have defiantly failed to 
endorse the candidacy of Hiram Johnson. This 
might a sw'ell be the soothsayer telling Hiram to 
"beware of! the Ides of March." Other Negro po- 
litical cliques are going to follow suit, and Hiram 
should know that he cannot make gratuitously rash 
promises, fail to keep them, and then expect to re- ' 
ceiv6 support from the rank and ^le of Negro 
politicians. 

He has been most insensible to their needs and 
demands. He has recklessly exploited their influ- 
ence, and has deliberately failed to give a barter 
or an exchange for this influence. 

He is the most pronounced, the lea.st incor- 
rigible of those shyster politicians who cunningly 
entice Negroes to vote for them, and who after- 
wards disappoint them in supporting measures 
disfavorable to their best interests! He should not 
receive eVen momentary consideration, for, in truth, 
he does not deserve it. 

^Negroes are quickly — and profitably — learn- 
ing just i]ft what direction they may travel in finding 
men whose policies are conducive to their prosper-/ 
ity, happiness^nd security. ' . 

THE YOUNG PEOPLE IN RELIGION. I 

Many causes may be enumerated to indicate 
ti'hy! religion does not appeal as stronglyjo th& ris- 
ing generation as to the devotees of today. 

Scientific instruction, Darwinism and other 
influences, commonly avo\ved as being destructive 
to theological doctrines and conceptions, do not al- 
together account for the ever-widening gap be- 
trwefen youth and the Christian church. The effort 
is contsantly being made, as a matter of fact, to 
reconcile Darwinism with BryanLsm. No less an 
authority than Professof John Harvey Robinson of 
Columbia clearly points out that the two may be 
reconciled. To successfully do this, he has set forth 
plans in his rfecent book, "The Humanizing of 
Kno'wledge." (Doran.) 

\Jln Texas, of course, a law has been recently 
pasaied prohibiting the teaching of the doctrine of 
evolution and 6ther similar scientific instruction ; 
but this is a small, isolated, and fragmentary ex- 
amjile, arid cannot, therefoi^e, affect materially the 
recopciliatifen. Its success, though' distant, "is in no 
wis^ impossible. It is, moreover, generally con- 
ceded that the di.sintegration o^ religioa^ belief 
ampiag theyoung people of our day could not have 
been strategically prevented even if ■ Darwinism 
had been silently emblamed four decades ago. 

* The trouble probably lies in the ministerial 
practices, the parental tjaining, the religious cus- 
toms of our time. The minister, instead of ex- 
plaining the meaning, the sanctity, and significance 
of religious worehip, and of emphasizing the ration- 
alism of certain customs and practices, almost. in- 
variably expects everyone to accept the doctrine of 
the Trinity, the divinity of Christ, and all the rest 
of his beliefs and principles through blind credulity 
as a flatter of precedence. 

Liberal interpretation of the scriptures is dis- 
couraged. No effort is made to reconcile discrep- 
ancies. Miracles are expected to be accepted as a 
•matter of form. Active participation on the part 
[of the young people in numerous enterprises is 
I damnably limited. Passive resistance, to many 
|forms of worship as manifested by a few young 
heretics, instead of begging vigorously tackled and 
subdued, is dangerously expected to develop into 
less militant and less heretical attitudes. 

And cummulative to this is, the weak, inade- 
quate, and ineffective way in which the weekly 
spiritual messages are prepared and delivered. One 
of the most militiint figures in local religious cir- 
cles fallaciously argues that "religion cannot be 
madje appealing wi^h grammatical sentences and 
polished essays." A more silly and unfortunate 
calumny was never uttered. '3ut even granting 
tJiis, it is remarkable that, if "religion cannot be 
. made appealing with grammatical seiiftences and 
polished essays," it irrefutably fails to hold some 
with "etymological boulings," crude logic, jand be- 
labored platitudes. i ' ', 

He ought to know that those sermons he 
heard when he was a boy would b6 anachronisms 
if they were used today; and, as such, are trite, 
dull, lifeless, and uninteresting. 

The weekly sermon should be based' upon 
READING, REFLECTION, OBSERVATION, and 
CONVERSATION with people of INTELLEC- 
TUAL CULTURE. It should additionally be hap- 
pily and appositely interspersed with concrete il- 
lustrations, maxims, biography, history, poetry, 
striking anecdotes, and touching incidents taken 
from the dramatic lives of others;, and should be 
delivered with passion, sincerity, and earnest- 
ness. It should, in fine, be precisely calculated to 
impress the young mind with the necessity of clean 
living and clean, honorable sportsmanship in deal- 
ing charitably with on<v's fellowsi -1 \ . 




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t»8 AtmAm. stocks nag la 7 ^mtats, 
and Browiilee rang in 4 tar Paaadaaa. 
Irvlngf' Paaadena cente*' rang In tbe 
extra point. Turner and Pointer did 
splendid work at their position aS 
^lards. Roland was taken our dorlnc 
tbe third/ avarter on account of his 
arm. Hanrteon. I^os Ai«elea forward, 
was unable to pass Pointer and Turn- 
er, so he. shot a basket from center 
for good , measure. Paaaxlena bad • 
good five man defense, which tos An- 
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HAMILTON M. E. CHURCH 
E. 18th and Naomi St. 

Rev. S. M. Beane, Patt«r 


Sunday was a KrW-t day at HamO- 
lon. The Sunday School and Epworth 
LeaKUP were well attended. The pas- 
tor preached two great sermons dur- 
ing the day which were much enjoyed 
by the large number of persons pres- 
ent. A very busy program has been ar- 
ranged for the time that intervenea 
between now and Easter. One of the 
jchief f<-atures being the eejebrating of 
tbe pastor'e fifth anniversary, on tbe 
isth of April. Womtns Aiy will be 
celebrated on the L'3rd of March and 
the -Men WiU have their day on the 
30th of the present month. These are 
to be great days. A cordial welcome 
awaits you here; 

Womeus Day 'will be celebrated at 
Hamilton M. E. Church. E. ISth and 
.Nao'mi avenue, Sunday, March 23rd. 
There will be a sermon' at the 11:00 
o'clock hour by, a woman, and aspecial 
proKram by women at the evening 
hour ThPKe programs will be marked 
by special features. There is a spirit 
of friendly rivalry between the men, 
who have their day on the 30th and 
tihe women who celebrate, Sunday. AU 
are cordially invited to b epresent. 


MRS. BEAVERS PRESENTS AN- 
OTHER SUCCESSFUL PLAY 


A repreKPntalive crowd witnessed 
the amateur performance, "The Out- 
cast's Daught<T'. at the independent 
Church last TuoHday evening. Mrs. G. 
A. Beavers, wpllknown directresa, 
was responsible for the play, which 
xvas well directed. Mary Parker was 
r-asilv the most popular memb^ of 
the cast and Ad"a/ Stewart with "her 
deep dramatic voijpe received second 
place. Mildrel Youngae was very ap- 
pealing in the rolcSof the pretty yOung 
widowi . who had been raad«i an out- 
cast by her mother. Clias. Williams, 
though a little yctfng for the part of 
Howard Ross, the nianufacturer, won 
much praise from the audience. Tak- 
en as a whole, the play was unusual- 
ly goo<l for an amateur 'performance, 
and tht stage settings were as near 
perfect as they could be In a church. 

The cast included: ChaB. Williams, 
G. A. Beavers, Jr.. Mildred Youngae, 
Ada Stewart. Prince Beavers, Benja- 
min Colly, Mary Parker, Luther Tay- 
lor. J. H. Shackelford. W. M. Spencer, 
l>ert and ."Vmelia Dupart. The Lyceum 
J. C. Latimer, Lieonard Day. Ruth Her- 
Orchestra. under the direction of John 
A. Gray, furnished music |and a vocal 
solo was enjoyed by Lillian FleminB 
and a whistling folo by Theo. Oliver. 


THE NEW HOPE WIOMEN 


Tlje Missionary t\'omen'of the Xew 
Hope Baptist Church celebrated wo- 
men's Day last Sunday in la very cred- 
itable way. Mrs. Mabel Gray and the 
.Missionary- Sisters as well as those 
who participated on the program. 
, Come iu for high praise. 

The Managing Editor of this paper 
who was the speaker for the occ» 
sion was doubly repaid for her effort 
on Sunday, on Monday: and day by 
day in every way her life is sweet- 
ened by the fragrance of a pot plant 
sent to her by New Hope women. 


AS YOU SEE IT 


By Boyd Rhetta 


(Continued from last week) 


There is a way by which we could 
ri(' Ourselves of this self-styled Ne- 
gri leader. Tht white race only, is ir 
position to talk* about ruhng the worlds 
and most white men and women are 
too magnanimons to do so. ■%'€ Ehoul4 
go to our white fellow citizens and tell 
them that as they constitute the 
wealthy majority ivhich controls the 
natural resources of wealth, and prac- 
tically all jobs, we feel that they ■ 
should allow us Sl chance to get jobe, 
as well as others. But how can any 
one, our friends or ourselves, go be- 
fore the white people and plead our 
couse in the f^ce of such outUindish 
headlines and newspaper, vt'cles? 'We 
are human, and deserve'^ chance to 
earn a li^ing, So. Sir Self-Styled Lead- 
er, bear np off us. ft (s w-efl for us, 
there are some white folk who know •. 
that those articles of thos eself-named 
leaders do not represent te spirit of 
my ypeople to any marked . degree, 
but yon most see to what a disad- 
vantage we put our friends when we 
give our enemies such articles to hold 
in heir faces. ' 

We should ask all pubnsfaers to use 
the capital when writtitg the word Ne- 
gro. The word with the capital de- 
notes a' proper noun, tbe name of a 
race haply the noun suggests Uie 
race. Men and women who mean to ; 
be fair will understand what we mean 
when v^e say we object to the use oC 
the word without the capital as it ia 
not then a propen noun. I would an*- - 
gcst thai we -refuse to take pajters 
which do not use the capital letter, 
not that I would have us use force to 
gain a moral point, bat rather .1 be- 
lieve, that the papers which *> not 
use the capital do not mean to l>e 
fair. And I want to read that which ia 
fair and optimistic. Tbe writings of 
the mean iabitter. 

(To be con^noed) 


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II^LUME 37 


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MARCH 28. 1924 


NO. 4t 


■ART-UT-MO Club Presents Fashion Show 



TO BE H SEA 
SOirSSMARUST 


tES MRS. VADA 
IVILLE IN AN IN- 
lEW WITH CHAUN- 
CEY TOW NSEN D. 

All Southern California is a-busy 
and a-gog over the Fourth Annual 



variety of musical renditions by The 
Sunnyland Jazz Orchestra. 

. LEON WHITTAKER IN ROLE 

Mr. Leon Whittaker has been se- 
lected to play the title role in the 
Bridegroom's Revelry," and will be 
supported by an able cast of local ar- 
tists. The play comes from the pen 
o( Mrs. Nellie Blddgett. It will be 
offered with appropriate scenic and 
electrical effects Und aspecial musical 
overture arranged by the director of 
the Sunnyland Jazz Orchestra. 


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MRS. CHARLES D. CONNER 
Will w«ar this mafnificient Oriental wrap at Philharmonic 
Auditariuin, April 3rd, made by Carolyn Rivwu. 

Fashion Show to be prsscntsd by th« 
Ths Phys-Art-Llt-Mo Club at Phil- 
harmonic Auditorium, Thursday av- 
ailing, April 3rd. 

Modiaea and habardaahcra avery- 
whara along FaaMon Rpv* have been 
•ngagad by this •rganltatlon of club 
women In ,thair annual display of the 
latoat, the atriking, the exesedingiy 
ehtc in P^riaian evening gowna and 
in sport,' bMsltaeaa, and avaniMg ctothaa 
of evsry eoii^yabls var>iiiy°. Togat*^ 
er with this atupandoud display of 
goeda, a program ha» -be— aarefully 
arranged aad augm e nted ler the en- 
tertainment Of all ¥rt» attend. ..It 
a n ifc w cw Bel LaiMi^* mMunpth pro- 
duetlM. "•troitgheprt," tf^ns Nellie 
•ledgetf* dramatic eketeh, •*nie 
•ritfeg reom'a Revelry," gn4 ap infinite 
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MRS. GEO. WHITE 
It mamaittn|r the Fourth Annual Fashion Show for Phys-Art- 
Lit-Mo Cliib. Look at her face, it seems to give one the impres- 
sion that she knows how to pull the irons out of any fire. 


"StrODgbeart" will be immediately 
projected on the screen after the Re- 
vue. It is a photoplay of life in the 
far North, stairlng the intelligent 
canine in whose nam the picture has 
been titled. 

DISTINGUISHED TALENT ALSO 
• I IN EVENT J 

. AccordlK to Mrs. Vada SomervtUe, 
director of publicity tor the Phys-Art- 
Li^Mo Club, nothioK has been spared 
in makiDK the event "the season's 
smartest." 

Vocal number by Miss Leonidas 
Simmons, member of T&e Women's 
Glee Club oC the University ot Qoatb- 
em CaUfoniia, wUl be r«iulere4 Slons 
with thoge o( Mr. WUUsm 8toar4. t^t 


popular tenor of The Crown City Quar- 
tette. "SunShine Sammy," child ac- 
tor starring in Hal Itoach film pro- 
ductions will appear in person in a 
•humorous skit of which the title has 
not yet been announced. It is said 
thait "Sunshine Sammy," who & 
known in private life as Frederick 
James Morrison, is the highest sal- 
aried member ot the race, drawing a 
salary of seven hundred monthly. He 
is in himself an inimitable combina- 
tion of-mischletand humor, and is ex- 
pected to be the drawing card of the 
evening. ^^ 

Several ciVic, social, fraternal and 
business ^^anlzationg have already 
expressed their . intention of coming 
out in coll'ecive bodies to act as ps: 
trdns. Among these is The Utopian 
Club of Southern California. Its mem- 
bership of forty liag already purchas- 
ed tickets, and will turn out in full 
dress. ' Te Elks Drill Team, consist- 
ing of many- popular members of he 
local society set and promment cit- 
izens of he legal and medicaF profes- 
sion, are vying wih The Uopian CInb 
in an Attempt to make the most bril- 
liant demonstration. 

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U(«iQUE MUSICAL SCORE AR- 
RANGED 

Te omaieal soora it/i b«ea express. 
(Coiit|W)!i4 08 I>M« 4) 


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MRS. JOHN WOODSON 

Wife of wealthy Diamond 
Bmhar of Pluladalpliia, who 
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WOED FAMOUS AR- 
TISTS APPEAR 

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j MR. PAYNE, Baritorte 

Messrs. Payne and Brown, noted 
Buroi>ean artists arrived in Los An- 
geles, Wednesday , evening. They 
were greeted by a' representative 
crowd of Club women, noticably 
among them the officers and mem- 
bers of the Sojourner Truth Industrial 
Club, who have the supreme honor of 
introducing them for the first time 
to the I«os Angeles public, at the, 
First A. W. E. Church, Sth and Towne 
avenue, Monday evening. 

Mr. Payne who has been called by 
music critics a "phenomenal" bari- 
tone, and Mr. Brown, his "pre-emi- 
nent" accompanist and arrangef, have 
had the rare honor of appearing be- 
fore His .Majesty the King of England, 
also in Wigmore Hall, Liondon. They 
come well recommended direct from 
the studios of Charles Glee, Mark Ra- 
phial and Yon Muehlen, London, fin- 
gland. 

While In the city Messrs. Payne 
and Brown will he the house-guests of 
Mrs. S. SI. McAllister, 1182 Bast 32nd 
street. 


YOUNG ATTY. MOVESJOwen Troy Goes North 
TO NEW QUARTERS 



PASTERS PROTEST 
SCHOOL DANCES 


New Orlens, La., March 25. — Repre- 
senting a constituency of thirty thous- 
and members, 100 ministers of the 
Inter- Denominational Alliance ot New 
Orleans > entered a protest against 
dancing in ^le Negro schools in this 
city which Will be taken to the school 
board. It was charged that not only 
children >l^ere^ called to the schools for 
night dancing, but .even dnruu:- the 
day, books were laid aside for duces. 
McDonough No. 35, high 8chooi\was 
brought in tor severe criticism. As 
yet no protest has been made by the 
white mtn'isters against "raggy" danc- 
es in tbe siqhools attended by white 
pupils'. I 


WfeH, Well, leek whe'e here agalnl 
Lae VlMtoe AUegrae te the ttrabw of 
Swimylmil ^an, Caflar MenOay a* 
ArlMi Hail. QtiMli« 'Wtl a. SI. 


ATTY. LEWIS K. BEEKS 

After eleven months of almost mar- 
velous success Attorney Lewis K. 
Beeks, one of the latest additions to 
our Splendid staff of barristers will 
be located on, and after tbe 1st day 
of April,, 1924. in more convenient 
quarters at 1240 Central avenue with 
the S. B. W. May Company, for which 
company Mr. Beeks is the attorney. 

In his .new quarters with the as- 
sistance, of, a moet <^pable sbenog- 
raper aiid office girl Attorney Beeks 
promise to obtain the very best re- 
sults in the future as in the past for 
his many clients and friends. 

ffhe progress of this young Attor- 
ney has been most gratifying, as the 
faet that lie is a member of the legal 
staff of the California E:agle, The 
Citizens Home apd Investment Com- 
pany, The Commercial Council, The 
Peerless Auto Association and The 
Liberty Building and oan Association, 
will testUy. 

Attorney Beeks has one desire and 
aim in all of his transactions and that 
is to be honest and sincere. 


Junior N. A. A. C. P. 

Meelmg Postponed 

To March 30th 


...,Tbe inclement weather list ^Sunday 
prevented from coming a large ma- 
jority of the members df the Junior 
N. A. A. C. P.; and the meeting was 
postponed to ntxt Sunday, March 30fh 
at three o'elocit at the Independent 
Church, 18th and Paloma Streets. 

The regular^ program, however, was 
rendered, including the monthly re- 
view of curr^ topica, a vocal aolo 
rendered by yhomaa Griffith, accom- 
panied by hi^ brother, Lloyd, and in- 
dividual contribution* frdlh the mem- 
berahip. > 

It is eepecaally urged that all on 
Sunday make every available effort 
to attend next Swiday'* meeting. The 
eenstitutien wW ta adopted, an inter- 
eetbug 9fan«l> will .»e rMitfered and 
MMMmenl at vaeieua mamte ra te 
will ka. 


The many friends and Admirers of 
-Mr. Owen A. Troy are loath to Jee 
him leave Lo.s Angeles at this time. 
nevertheless many hearts have 
thank»-d .VImiRhty God for this splen- 
did younp man who first saw the light 
of day in lx>s Aagr-.les where his par- 
ents have rt.sided for a quarterceotu- 
i-y. 

Mr. Troy received his early academ- 
ic eduL'ittion at tbo San PernoBdo . 
.^.taderay from wUictj he wan graduat- 
ed ia the y. ar ISlS at which time he 
receivr-d a cerlificatf from the .\ca- 
dfimic Department and 'one (ram the ■ 
Music Depaj-tment. 

Frum- tbe Kan Kornando Academy 
Mr. Troy went to the Pacillc Unioa 
CoUc-Re at Helena' and received the' 
A. B. rt<'frr»>e from tJiat reputaUe la- , 
stitiition in 19L'2. Since ifhielr til&« he 
ha.s starred with the Jubilate Quartet 
as violinist, at which he is very ef- 
ficient. Some of ihfe leading Music 
critics, among whom' is Prof. Carl 
Bronson. have pronounced Mr. Troy 
one cf the best violin players in 
Southern Califronia. To our mind Mr. 
Troy plays with greater feeling than 
the average. > 

But Aot yet has this young man at- 
tained his promised place among the 
violinists for his steady application 
with such teachers as Oskar Seeliag 
and Leon Goldwasser guarantees for 
him a place among the l>est interpre- 
ters and executors of todly. 

.4side from his aclvities with the 
iubilate Quartet as one of its found- 
ers and ciief promoters, Mr. Troy ia 
perhaps the youngest minister fa the 
city having served for more tliaa a 
year as minister in charge of theB 
36ti Street Seventh Day AdrentUt 
Chiitch, where he .preached weekly 
to an overflow audience and organtsed 
the choral club of fifty voices .wU^ 
because at its capacity for readMiaK 
harmonious music claimed the admi- 
ration and adoration of church goera 
of this city. 

Called To Oakland 

. YounR Troy's ability as a preacher 
and tt^acher: in spite of his extreaie 
modesty, has reached out to the eiMls 
of his state, and into the middle wesC 
Oakland has learned that thM-e la a 
young man in their midst whose 
Christian character speaks. louder 
than his words and have invited him 
to come ; inl and take chaage of the 
.\dvonist Church and do work tor the 
Master in that vineyard such as he 
hai> done in Los Anfeles. And those 
wlio know this young man and his 
splendid jkarens, Mr. and Mrs. Theo- 
dore Troy are Wishing this JouDj; 
apostle who has bad but a few years 
actual, but effective experience, Ood's 
speed on his journey and new field of 
effort in the North. 


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The ' Souhem California Aloowi-" 
Association will Ipresent its Fifth AS- 
nual High 'School Oratorical Oaotaat. 
Friday evening. May 2nd. at Beth Id* 
en Church, 27th and Paktasa. T^ia eoa. 
test Is one of the several acttTlUea or- 
ganised and suatalaad by the Alnni 
to stlmutate educaUoaal eSMt. Tka 
students are urgefl to 4!aaie>flaK aaA- 
support their l e ps esai Ul ii tU ' e a wtik . 
a real high achool apMt The i 
public is extoDdad iMpfgr tsi 
by the Associatioa. WiM «« I 
for tarther 
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!>»» oM tfea inh w«a of an excel- __ _. 

Iwt owUlT Hkids at iMaor. 1I»t" ' <'=;•»*■ " was a yery fbf» day. Tl» 
■W rtac bemr. all wearfnc b««ni.ral| «"! hold forth next Saday. Dmw I. 
hooQUetl. and the wedding march-^ell I *" F«»her, of the unlvereltr of Sbath- 
very dellfhtfnl. Mr. WaKcr C'.ay- *"» Calttohiia. will preMih the rtmoa 
- at th^ morning hour. The erealns will 

see a spletidid men's ppgram, Includ- 
ing assen^bljrman Roberta and Attjr.' 
Trier, Yoi^ cannot afford to miss the 
program. of the sermon. There will be 
a great m^n'S chorus. Hear them. 

A very btreojaous program will b# 
carried uut between now and BMMr> 
culminating on that day with a Gnwd 
Cantata by the choir, under the di- 
rection of' Mrs. Helen Wortham. On 
Good Friday the fl^th anniversary of 
the pastor will be celebrated. 

The young women of the church 
will have i special day on the 13th of 
April. Thel pastor preaching a apecial 
sermon to Ihem at 11 o'clock, fbllowed 
with a projgram by the youac women 
In the evehtng. 

A cordial welcome awaits you herft. 
Come and see. 


b^me and Mtsr Esther Toupc were 
the bapiiy couple. Our Sunday school 
waa apnreely attended because of the 
rain^ At tlie morning service the paster 
speU ttom the teit, "Let a man ex- 
gailOe Umself, and so let him eat of 
the bread". 

The mixed audience was very at- 
tentive. One woman came to the altar 
and kn(ilt for prayer. Both endeavor 
servicaa we^ interesting. At night P. 
B. Washingtoa si)oke from the text, 
"At midnight the cry was raade,'"B»- 
hold the bridegropm cometh.". The 
people seemed much impressed with 
the saicrednese of the occasion. 


BIRCH 8T. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
Car. 14*it and Birch SM. } 

R«v. A. W. Jacobs, Paator | j 


All services were^ood lasti Lord's 
Day, even though the rain prevented 
some from attending who would have 
been present- Sunday school was 
good. Regular preaching services at 
11 A m. and 8 p. m. The pastor is 
showing the life time of the Church 
from Adams Fall to the Day of Pente- 
cost. Subjects last week were •'M9ses. 
the type of the Redeemer". This week 
"Joshua, the example of CoHraKe". Y. 
,P. 8. r. E.. 7:00 p, m. You arc always 
welcome at Birch Street. 

Good music. Mrs. K. H. MHIcr 
choir directress. Miss B. Tatiini. or- 

Bwxlst. . ■ 

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CHRIStiAN CHURCH 
Wstta, Cal. 

laaac Williams, Minister 

In the' alMf^ of the inclemency of' 
the weather we bad a full bou»e and 
to good work went on. May Rod ever 
blesa- His Work at Watts. Our bible 

fiehoOl was at lo;20 a. m. Bro. Wil- 
tams our minister brought to our at- 
twtlon the 26th oh#pter of St. Mat- 
thew, and the 29th verse, which reads 
like this, "Bhit I say unto you. I will 
not drink henceforht of his fruit of 
the vine, ifntll that ilay when I drink it 
Nvw'with you in my father's kind- 
dom". At the invitation Iiour one ail- 
dUon to the membership was made. 
Bl-o. Douglass aiWi .several visitors 
were present. The tlrst Sunday in Ap- 
ril wUI;be rally day^ at our church. 
Come aihd help us. Services for next 
Lord's Day as usuaL Bible school at 
10 a.' m. and preadhlng at 11 a. m. 
fin are alawys invited to attend. We 
we* located at Ix^ng Beach Boulevard 
and th» RedOndn Car Line. 

WALL ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
E. ttti Wall St«. 

R»v. F. C. Ccthran, Pastor 

Our aervices last Lord's Day were 
fWe and well attended. Our minister 
brought n» an excellent mes»age. AH 
w«re well pleased. Our Bible school 
ar uanal. was kcoi\. Rlforts are being 
made. eVen bi thdse who are not mem- 
bers of our church tn riise money 
rm our builrtinK fund. Surely we 
HlUTuld strain every nerve, sincr Got! 
baa put It in the hearts of others to 
ratse ns In our supreme rtforts to 
r»l»»! twffia for our church home. All 
are invited to come and worship with 
na. Tow are welcome. Order of servic- 
m;^ Wble school. 9;i5 a. m. rreaching 
li^«. m. and ":X0 p. m. 

tHders 0. W. Hollins. L. Booth and 
'Vfta. Z. Hooper.. 


LINCOLN MEMORIAL Ci^YtORE- 
CATION AL CHURCH 
34th. SL aiid Central Ave. 

Rev. t. E. Lightener, Pastor 


In spite Of the downpour of rain the 
past Sunday, an appreciative sndi- 
ence ftreeteed the pastor as he brot 
the message on: "Christian Persevcr- 
an>-e". Tis was the third In his lenten 
series on: ['The Teachings of Christ". 
Miss Grace everett was the soloist 
and sang very touchJngly "C<il\-aryl!- 
There was one acc«'fislon to Ine 
ehurt-h. This Sunday, Martvh li30th. 
will have gowl thhings in store for us. 
The pastori will occupy the pulpit at 
botJj sen'icts. The IJncoln Male! <joar- 
tet will siiJK at the morning service. 
Our services are always uplifting aind 
inspiring. Vou are cordially Invited- to 
worship with us at all times. Remen^- 
her the special pre-Baiater meeUnge 
begninning Wednesday evening, April 
9th. We will be assisted in these 
meetings, by the Rev. Bro. Lewis, the 
ringing Evangelist. 

Brother i. W. Morris of lOlS Anstln 
street is still on the sick list. 


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Paloma St. near 1Sth. 

Rev. A. Lively, Pastor 


•ool , tjHitiBi MrmoB. 
IhTlti rw M^ktt^Ml 

^Tute pMtoF. iMter Win. 


*UUmAHt HILI. BAIT. .CMUMOH 

e«r. BMmib ^a* •ml Court BL 

HWit'W** Hi 


Sunday aa nnaKwva a gloriouBNday 
^ for PtaMant HUl. W« have a wide 
•wake Md •piritual ^. 8. Sunday in 
■pite of the rain evcfy depgftqient 
waa full, and little l^cea ' fceamed 
•mttoa aad nunahiDe. \ 

Rev. Roaiw preMb»d la^ the morn- 
ing from the Ith chapter of^ehemlah 
Srd verM. subject: "I am doing n 
great work and cnnnot comedown". 
IVuly it pnt a new zeal in our earts. 
VoiVBtting te things of the i^rld, 
Pleaaant Hill presses forward to "^ 
mark which is Chriat Jesua. , 

At 3:00 a. m. the Union Missionary 
Meeting met with ua. At the begin- 
ning of the meeting ttvo candidaten 
were baptised, tJkan the powerful and 
aoal atirrtngaooga of Evangelist Lew- 
ia were penlad forth with touching 
effect to our very souls. We were 
then blessed by a burning message 
fi-ora Rev. Hutchinson. We thank God 
for the Union Meetings, because good 
is being wrought. 

Rev. Rosier occupied the pulpit 
again Suday nighL We pray: God's 
blessings on such a man for God is 
thily doing a-greal work through Ills 
pure word. Come to Pleasant Hill ev- 
ery night and hear God's pure word 
from a man chosen of God. There is 
life and'heallh In ^ery word uttered. 
A good program is enjoyed in the B. 
Y. P. V. A free dinner on Sunday. 

To our many friends and visltore: 
We are glad to have Riverside friends 
worship with ua Sunday. All are oor- 
dialty invited to attend our services 
Sunday and every night of the week 
except Saturday. Rev. W. II. llozier, 
Pasor. J 

We are glad to announce that Sif- 
ter Patterson Is up and well.jifter a 
severe attack of Illness. All thanks 
and honor is given to God for His 
wonderful healing jjower. for He is 
truly a 'healer. Give God a chance. 



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PHYSICIAN A SURGEON- 

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Itea, 1M7 E. aoth B*. 
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DIRECTORY OW HOUBOIOLa OP 
RUTH Na BHB^ O. l>. O. of O. P. . 
li««U Ut aad Ird Tkandara c* 

>ach monUi at J p m. at Odd PWlowa 
HaU. Sth and WaU Sta. 

Mra. UUiaa Wfelttea. H. H. C lBf4 
W. s&th Plaoa. none 77«U. 

Mn. a: E. MlUer. W. B^ 1M4 a 
Uth St. Phone Sooth SM8-W. 


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maou tha and mat «tk Tueaday av- 
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la aP04 ataaiUitB of tha O. O. O. of O 
r. ara alwan welcuiaa. 

OBO. B GORDON. P. S. 


DR. G. ,>. 8TARNE8 

Female Specialist 

NOSE. THROAT AND INTRAVEN 

QUS EXPERT 

2403 CENTRAL AVENUE 

Pbanaa: Humboldt 5727; West 9309; 

Metropolitan 1517 
10 A. M. to 8 P. M.-Night Calls a 

Spcaelalty 
Office Phone 823-778 
Resldenee 'Phon* Humbaidt 3385-J 


POCTOR 

M. Shinohara 

JnimnpMr Rye Hperlaliot 

tOTVa E. 1st. Street 
Phone: 828-145 


WANTED 
A fe* hours work eveninss ifter 
IJv r by a (Irst class chauffeur, eleva- 
tor operator, janitor and all aroiiml' 
man'. Will pay good price for informa- 
tion. Phone Drexel 3741". 



alplM Chapiar (W 1. O. a E 
aiaaU!>^arat and third Wadaaadai 
afteraooni at 1 o'clock at the hal' 
it*\k Oaatrai Ave. 

HUB. NAMCT KIMTIN. W. M 
laaa Hooper Ai< 
fCATlC GLHNN. Secy.. 


WANTED: — Two men to room and 
board. 1236 E. 52rtd Street. 


Hours of Consultatiofn : 
10 10 12 a. m., 2 td 5 
p. m.; Sund%y 10 to 
12 m. Phone 828-145 




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Talk With- 

J. DONES— REAL 
3.218 Central Ave. 


ESTATE 
Hum. 3047-J 


PEOPLE'S iNOf^ENOENT 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 
lefh and'Palea Streets 

RoTk-N. P. Qragga, Paator 


BCTH eOBN BAPT. CHURCH 


Despite the weatber of Sunday padi 
servicrpB were indeed interesting all 
day at New Hope. The charming rhoir 
sang in its usual charming manner, 
and the sermons by the pastor we^re 
inde^ nplifting. The soloiittH tor the 
day ^crc Miss Mays and Miss Kacli<>i 
GrecB. 1 

Rev. Driver preached at 3 o'etoch 
in hl.s most powerful manner to an 
i audience Of interested li.iteners, who 
braved the weather. The meeting was 
held uhder the aaapices of the Junior 
MisKlunary Society. Man* or Bdward 
Jones. >ioliniat, graced the occasion 
with a wonderful number. 

i'be contort given Thuinda/ night 
Manli £7lh, by Mr. Chas. (k>odin. >1o- 
linlsi. was very, sJiccet,!.?!;!. 

Mme. I.,ouiKe Haiier Burrel'., will a|i- 
fear in an eveninc of Sacr- d i>n!,' iit 
t*"i' chiiri li on next Snndu"- eveninc, 
MaK.h 30tli, beinK a»Ris.l'd by tbe 
cli'iir. Mme. Hnrrell is a sin,?'?r of note 
H'r] has won bei way into I'at hearts 
of Gi: IjOs AnTjfcic* ouniif, n(.r slay 
her-.-. EvcT-yone in cordlallj Invited to 
attend this service. Many »h;ngg will 
take place ISastep Sunday, ainong 
which will be the wlnttiau ot' the 
croiSP by the wom.en' over the men. 
Also the Contata entitled "Ekalcr 
memories" which is being prepared by 
the choir under the direction o£ V, H. 
Brandon. 


Laet Sunday th»» serrices were very 
'food. The Home Mission 'Circle. Sis- 
ter ColJins, President, had an inler- 
Mting me«ttng at u;30. This being 
Hox daju all socks were returned HMcd 
with pennies, a neat sum was realized. 
The B. y. P. U. at «:30 p. m. was up to 
usual high mark. Mra. Bell of Group 
1, caaning Bte discussion. Mr. BeU of 
ffrtmp 4 had charge of the program. 
OrMp ». Mr. T. Warren. Captain, was 
tlHt Banner group for the evening. 

Sbndsy. March 30th will be 'Wo 
man's day M1b» HaUle Q. Brown will 
•peak at 11 a. m. The pastor will de 
INartBe senaon for the circle at 3:30 
p, m. Hrn». McMIIIco, of Angalus Tem- 
pl« will) Hveak at 7:30. Special mu 
Hie f«»r each service, the pobllc is 
cdMlaNy iBvit/»d to worajilp with uf. 
WtVr SIDE MISSION A.M.E. 

eHUNen 

IBaS W. asth place' 

Mi4er 6. W. Prioleau, Paator 

The heavy downpour just before the 
hoqr for Sunday aehool did not keep 
niaBy away fnnn attending the S. S. 
'Thlrt^ix were prese^. The morning 
■ervicc was conducted by Presiding 
ntlbi> JaMies Weshington, who 
iwaaabtj aDUadmlnisterfyl (be qoart- 
erttr MtamnnlOB. Two accessions at 
tu^aarrice. 
^t^ 7: JO n. m. »crvlc^ wfsre poorly 
' lad. 'The pastor preached tn- 
M Rev. Barton of Pomona, who 
10 have tiled the Pretidlng Kl- 
Jrtaee^ KvangaHst Mm. KUich- 
^^ let fbe Mlcbt«an Coolerence, 
r-alBeroew Slsteir SinUh ol Tint 
-wBinAlppod vttk no- Cme 
-JtjX-'itlS* 'fW. ^i*f7 welcoaa fs 
"^ ' B^ttataen aecasslOBe 

iwty ■ . n ■ ■ ■ , 

.•U ibiana. l»aator 


PHILLIPS CHAPEL C.M.E. « 

CHURCH 

14«« Newton St. 

Or. R. W. Underwead, Paatar 


IVapRe fliis inclement weather the 
aeTTkres all day at the People's Imle- 
pendent Church were marked with 
celebrated interest. 

m the mortiing the i^itrtr preached 
a very<atirring sennnn nsnig as his 
BUbJeet "Stepping HtoaeH to Success". 
The Rwne was filled with spiritual in- 
spiration and wah very inftructive 
from an educational standpolht. 

Mr. i. R. Jarkaon of Chicago wbk 
the soloist for tbe morning. Beside 
this excellent ntimber the congrega- 
tion was the recipient of an extra 
treat by an excellent \-ocal number by 
Dr. \j&mV», Olreotress of St. James 
A; M. H. CJiurcch choir of >linnea[K>- 
Us. Mlna. 

A number of diatiBgulshed visitont 
were present, one among whom was 
Dr. Bibb, of Chicago. One of he direc- 
tors, of the noted Community Center 
of Chicago. 

In the evening the Junior and Sen- 
ior Endeavor T)ei>artmenl» uniti-d in 
an interesting discussion and pro- 
gram! 

The cveging serviccfi were rharar- 
ierixed by an unusual program and 
lecture by Elder J. R. Ledbcttcr, who 
has had nine years of experience as 
missionary in Africa. : In connection 
with bis address he gave a most in- 
ter«sting and special exhibit of the 
mechanical productions and specie 
prodtictB used by the African natives. 
■ His lecture and demonstration was 
truly worth while. 

Next Sunday promises to be another 
day that, w'lfl doubtless be remem- 
bered ftnv its i>i ogTjyn features at this 
ehiA«h. 



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Men and women's day proved tof be 
a real success at PhiUt>s Chapel & 
M. E; Church. The men were ted by 
that gallant young man, Mr. CI C. Col- 
Ins. President of the Men's Vplift 
(Hub. The men feel proud of suoh a- 
Header as Mr. CoTllns who im his 
heart and soul into th eworV. Mr. Col- 
lins is vern conKcientlouK and persis- 
tent in his jpfforts. The men raiaed' in 
their effort. $908.00. 

The women were led by the (}uceDl]r 
and talenJed Mrs. A. C. Harris BU- 
brew. whom the women delight to fol- 
low. Too much cannot be said of Mrs. 
Bilbrow for she has ^nseeratod her 
life to' serve humanity. The women 
were victorious over the men having, 
raised' $1.2 1!).ll. Total raised for the 
day »Z,12t.ll 

'Hie Men's Chorus under the the di- 
rection of Mr. J. 8. C. Jones, the an 
of the honr, who makes music, a 
Rpeeialty, and whose charming voice 
ttirllls hte hearers wifh jdMlation ren- 
dered a most excelltent program Stn- 
day night and music' all ' day. 

Much credit is due Mr. Wi R. Oli- 
ver, Mr. R. L. I.,cggin«, J. W. Wallace, 
R. M. Mitchell, Robert Anderson and 
many others too numerous to mention 
for their ptfBh and batirlpg effoivs. 

The pairtoT wlU oe«tt]iy the pnlpit 
Sunday monilog. All membtnv ara 
asked fe be prefloat 

I 111- HHi 

APa>8T(yLfc eivuMiM "' 

1122 r SIM 4IMKM --'<• 

BMff wm. iBMm; 

t^aat SttMday bii 'lj.Wea awwa weHj^aV 
tended consMeriat ta ,ran^ a^eatmr, 
J^^ada|^a«kpol jmf.r' 

COQdttCt^d 


e^misriAN cihuhcn 

tSm and Hooper Sts. 

M. Fraderlcic Mitchell, Paator 


f\: ' 



<5ur ebnreh, in Its avery department 
is aswakened tor snch a high dejjreo of 
interest that i the rain last Sunday 
did not prove a barrier In the atten- 
danee. A surprising number w-as pres- 
ent In tha moratdg, and Teung Peo- 
ple'* meeting in' the evening was well 
attended. PaHtxjr Mltclp'll ■was at his 
post at. the usual preaching hoars. 
Sunday renming a dne young roan 
took memberidjip. IjisI Sunday eve- 
ning the reorgantring services of our 
Uterary Society was a grand Huccesr>. 
We organised with about thirly'young 
people. I.,a8t Wodaewlay evening th» 
pastor organiz<-d the boys into a \^'el 


Hour*: 9 to 11 A. fvi.; 2 to 4; 

6 to 8 P. M. 
Phones: Office Main 2589 

Res., Hum. 8128-W 

DR.LB.L1DDELL 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 

Res.: 1036 E. 38th St. ^ 
Suite 6 and 7— Cosmopolitan Buldg. 

843 CENTRAL AVE. 
LOS ANGELES CALIFOllNIA 

Phones: Office Main Z589 

Res., Hum. 1344-V/ 

DOCTOR 

H. CLAUDE HUDSON 

SPECIALfiEINC IN PLATE 

DENTIST 

Suite 4 and 5— Cosmopolitan Oldg. 

843 CENTRAL AVE. : 
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

Res. 826 E. 31st St. 


Attorney 
L BURTON CERUn 

Bes to Announce 

THE REMOVAL 

—Of Hi«— 

LAW OFFICES 

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Cor.' 2nd & Spring Sts. 

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Tel.: Met. 3584 



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sons for the Stat» 

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address 6213 Holmes Ave.. L. A 

R. W. DeoDty Q. li., i". 8. Johnson 

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R. wPurand junior Warden, T, B. 
Johnson, Lm Angelea.' 

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Kniatt. Loa Angelea. 
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One God, one aim, one destiny. 

Th« Universal Improvement Aaaoci- 
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League wants every black man and 
woman to become an active member 
of the organization. If you have pride, 
if you feel that by co-operation we can 
make 'conditions better In this State 
and other states, if you believe that 
the black boy or black girl is the e- 
qual of other boys and girls of other 
races, then prove it now by co-operat- 
ing to demonstrate onr manhood' and 
womanoOd. not by talking, but by d(V 
ing things. 'We respect the rights of 
all mankind believing always in the 
Brotherhood of nan and the father- 
hood of God. 

James Austin 20ZO East Madison St. 
the famous -sheep butcher, was laid 
off by the p'Vyes Packing Company 
indefinitely. :WilI accepta position on 
a seagoing vessel at the first oppor- 
tunity. And now he is at liberty. 

Subscribe for The California Eagle. 
Biggest and best colored journal on 
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Cain F. R. Brooke. E:ast l.*»4 and 
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The geberal objects ot »he Vniv^r- 
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rrsp<rtive of natio;ialiiy : to estab- 
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.Angeles Divi.siou No. IOC 


GRAND LODGE ROSTER 

GRAND JURISDICTION OF 


ITOR SALE! FOR SALE! 

A SNAP 
One Acre and Small 
House. Three Chicken 
Houses; Three Chicken 
Yards. Water Piped 
through yard— $2500.00 
—Half Cash! 

BETTEH HURRY! 

BUY NOW! BEFORE THE 
ADVANCE! 



FRBD MASON 
AMpmej>at>Lew jand UTotnry Pnblk 

Practice in all the Ck>urta of Cali- 
fornia. Consultation Ftao. 

Office: 224 8. gprlnc B*., Room 
311; Phone Metropolitan 1138. Res.: 
836 Birch St.; Phone Bdwy. 1062. 

A Square deal and a daltrary ot 
the goods. 



WANTED: Children to care for in 
the home — Personal attention given to 
all children. 533 So. Aurora Avenue. 
Watts. Calif. 
Mrs. M. E. F. X IS r-;.' 

' FOR SALE — Houses and lots in 
Southeast Section. Let me show you. 
t Mr. Owner. Ist your property with 
Clara C. Hulbert for quick results. 
Phone Humboldt 3061-W. 


I GRAND BAZAAR 

i 

I APRIL 1, ?, 5, 1924 

i .\11KP!<<-K Clubs of It<th Kli'LTl Ilrt|>- 

■' Sist Tetnpl^ nnd Kastsirte Mothers' 

: riiili. B'-ai!l:fnl display of f:liic-\' work 

KNiGHTS OF PYThlAS E. & W. H. J'nd i:s. ful weanig apiwrel. '^Dinner 

CALIFORNIA 1i>.,£S-1924 anil refn'Shmenis at ail tiim-s. Wed- 

P. G. C. — J. Sowes.. Sacramento, Cal. ! npsilay I'veuinn. .\pril 1'. prOKr^m l>V 

3. Rep.— H. W. Markbam, Los Ango- i Eastsiil- Motlier'.s Cliih. Ti(iir-<rlay. 

lea, Cal. ' ovi-ninc. .\pril ..::. "SiabtoKii {"onvf-n 

.3. C.^W. P. Tayior, Sacramento, Cal. -lion" hy ,B<-t^i Eil'-n iiaptist {.han li. 

0. V. C. — A. A. Luga^ Sacramento,! Don't iii!*< itj .\ busin-l of fi;ii 


Cal. 


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a. K. R. S. — K. B. Bailey, Sacramento. 

Cal. 
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Cal. ' 

(J. M. A. — M. Coleman, Pasadena, 

Cal. : 

G. I. G.— Earl Gray, Sacramento. Ol. 
G. O. G.— J. W. Pennell, Sacramento, 

Cal. ,\ 

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Cat.; Zm i. Smith, Sacramento, Cal 


27th anjd Paloma, Rev. L. B. Bi owi. 
Pastor. 



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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR 

AT LAW 

General Practice — Criminal and Civil 

All Courts— State and Federal 

Room S32 Brysen BIdg 

145 So. Spring St Los Angjlsi, Cal. 


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ATTORNEY-ATJ^W 

224 8. SPRING STREET 
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Bet. 120B E. Adama South 417' 
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Dr. Starnes sells tablets that break I ***"*"•' P«co 3210 ' 
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hided and llie W-tsfn was- taiicli't by 
Pastor Kngk. Paper by Miss K. Thro 
pay. At X p. m. (he paslnr preached 
from the i<ubj«^:t '-Kallr-n man. and 
fare I.,eagne. Abont thirty became how redeemed". Those who heard him 
metnheni. The girls -irlll i»e oi^anised , werp very mu<-.h iinprcsKed with his 
into a Himllsr oraanization beicinnins mesiUKf. ^tn much so that he has 
the flr.^t Snnday in A-pHI. Oiir Sunday Iheiu asked by members to preach the 
school will- work under Its new plans. I sermon o»-er afcain. The president at 
Instead of havnig Just one session, | tane. Mr. H. S. S4tei;all of the Sun 
we will haveMree sessions. I day m-IiooI ami H. Y. P. V. State 

. ■ I f ■onanwa. will delivt>r an addri>.<!H 

ST. JOHN MISSIOMARY BAPTIST, nest Hwnday evtminK al « p. m. on 
OHURCH ihp yvbjert, "Thr preM-nt ronditlon in 

iWd PiMOfMaraa Ave, hat. Common ihe Inrai Hnirvb. " Nest Sunday being 

ilM> Mik Saaday. our Narwhal Wo 
m»a's Maae (^nias day. the sisters 
will ka»e nbarge m the services alll 
d«y. The tmf">i viu preach ip the 
aortlH at U a. n. tlubiect; "Emin- 
a«l WaacB "C 'he Ase". Sisierb plcafo 
tmr aA la r«U «aabers to hear this 
■ip. JB. W« iBviip women nf iho ox- 
99t». vkP kawe racently. coaie to our 
clly aad have no charch home. Come 
•«ar la Maoedaala and help iis. At 3 
*L au Ika Bar. J. D. OordoB, paator of 
tke Takoraada BaptJat Church of this 
ailS!, win. inaefe'ftar>the woman. The 
paMfe li f»«tH io hear him. At 8 p. 
IB. Ike gaatkr jaili preach fron the 
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Mjin; E. ^ed ;^ 

M[r- Wiph LeBlie Johns, iArcctor of 
Education ami Research of the IntAr- 
national J^arcotic Association, spoke 
to an interested body of women at the 
Sojourner Tmt Hone Monday (after- 
noon. The Rpejiker was Introduced 1^ 
Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards who was in- 
Htrumental in obtaining him for the 
aftefnoon.; -So alarming has becdtne 
the habit of individuals' using drnga, 
that one out of every seventy-three 
persons in the United States U a con- 
flrmetL narcotic addict, and" this army 
J» constantly growing. "Preventive ed- 
ucation," he says, "will save the Na- 
of addicts will be sto|)ped". Miss Mary 
tion. If every schoolboy, every school- 
girl, and eV^ry mother knows the 
' danger, then recruiting fbr 4he arm> 
Earlx played a piano solo. 

The Allensworth Club met af the 
home of Mrs. Ayred. 1404 E;14th St., 
* with Mrs. Watson eirt^rtalolhg. 

The. chib is discussing; th« advisa- 
bility of ataning an orphanage. 

Mrs. Janie Williams, chainnan of 
' program, presented *ai exceilant pro- 
,xr«m. This club sent a committee 
headed by Mrs. Clara Uulhert to the 
Veterans at Sawtell with a southern 
feast, consisting of green», sweet po- 
tatoes, com bread and ham. The boys 
votes it the best eats ever. 

The Sojourner Truth Club women 
are very busy selling tickets tor their 
coming Payne Recital. They are hop- 
ing for an overfloiwittg house. 


Mrs. Aubert Ifemree^At 
Many Sodal FundioBS 


A series of parties are being given 
in honor of Mrs. Geo. Aubert and son, 
Edward, of Oakland. Mesdames E. 
Mayier and A. Pavabeau entertained 
^ in their honor, March 16th. Mrs. 1. 
Derouselle of GTOve street, Pasadena, 
.March 2Ird: and Mesdames Willis 
and Young of £. Adams street are 
preparing an elaborate entertainment 
(or April 20th in their honor. 


(Vrmn ' the Associated ttegfb press)' 
Chicago, III. .March i6.— The date of 
the convention of the National Asso- 
ciation of Colored Women's Clubs, to 
be held in Chicago, has been changed 
from July to Sunday, August 3rd to 
Pi-iday, August 8th. This change w*s 
announced by Mrs. Sadie L. Adams, 
chaii^an'oj the local committee of 
arrangements, who stated that re- 
quests came in from all over ,tbe 
country, in order that business wo- 
men In various parts of the United 
States may have the privilege of at- 
tending the "Silver Jubilte" of the 
National !Negro Business League, 
which meets here August 20 to 22. 
This will give an intervenintr weeR 
botween ,th^ two mammoth conven- 
tions, and will be utilized by Chicd' 
goans In social and recreational pleas 
ures for the visitors. * 


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St. Paul Business 
WoMao A TisihH' 


Dr. UUIan Lewis of St. Paul, Minn., 
who is one of the leading Chiropo- 
dists of her city is visiting in South- 
ern California and is the house guest 
of Mrs. M. Patton of E. Pico St. 

Mrs. Pattoo is leaving no stone un- 
turned in her elTort to make Dr. Liewis* 
visit a pleasant one. 


Walker Company Adds 
• To Its Forces 


MIDDLE WEST SUPPLIES NEW 
EMPLOYEES 


Indiaaapolis, Ind., March 22, 192<. 

Ever on the lookout tor industrious 
men and women of the race ambttiotiB 
to prove their greater value, the late 
Madam C. J. Walker Mfg. Company 
of this city has secured the services 
of Mrs. P. Eriyne Osborne of Kansas 
City, Mo., a prominent club woman, 
elocutloniat of note, editress of the 
G«neral Miasiooary Magazine of the 
A. M. E. Church, and devoted wife of 
BeT^W. X. Osborne, Presiding Elder 
and him8elf^;irromiaent in his denom- 
inational ttrcle, and Mr. M^|^ E. 
Proctor, ex-service man, former suc- 
ceMfnl grocery mer«;hmnt of Denver. 
Colorado, native of Jackson, Miss., 
and honor graduate of Jackson Col- 
lege of that city. ^ 

These new r«prewntatiTM are add- 
ed to the Walker Company's torces 
to further maiatain the cloae contact 
between company and cobsnmer, 
wUeh that company ha» eatabliahed. 
Mrs. Osborne tor the time is lectur- 
ing In the Sonth'wcst on the Holy 
Land and the Walker Company's con- 
test to award three tree trips thereto. 
Mr. Proctor is arranging for the An- 
nual Redoaal .Conferences of Mme. 
C. i. Walker A«enu meeting m^thly 
in various cities. Commenting on 
these persons. Atty. P. B. Ransom, 
Oenerai Managsr of the Walkar Inter- 
eata said. "We are iadMd tortanate 
in oMaloing Mrs. Oaboraa and Mr. 
Proetor. Both are oompatant. ambi- 
U«m» persoaa. We are .always on the 
laa«imit tor weU qaalified persons 
saok'u tliey no matter what the price 
Is to cat them. The poUqrt^iC the oom- 
paftjr ti to ghre.emjloy i lit to Mghly 
eOelent parseas of toot fekftncter of 
onr race aa oCtcB as 


The Bachelor Girls Cbb 

By Ina M. h^arshall 

Swish! Boom! Bah!! ^ 

Bachelor Girls! Bachdor Girls! 

Rah! Rah! Rah! i 

Who are we? 

Just Bachelor Girls — 

Now do you see? 

The Bachelor Girls Club was or- 
ganized in October. 1922, by Mrs. 
Theresa Willis Sivers. Since that time 
this Club has m«de wonderful pro- 
gress and done much charly worlr. 

The object o( this club Is to promote 
charity, education and a higher and 
better standard of society. 

We now boast of eighteen active 
members. Any unmarried young lady 
seventeen years or over is eligible 
for membership, but — when a mem- 
ber takes upon herself marriage re- 
sponsibilities, her -membership ceas- 
es!! Certfeinly!! . 

Any one desiring further informa- 
tion or details please phone Angeles 
4815 or 290.171. 

This club meets every Monday ar 
6:30, at the various' members' homes. 
Miss E. BILLUPS, Pres. , 
Miss M. SCOTTi Sect. 


U. S. C. NOTES 


By Lloyd C. Griffith 


MlwOjf a« 
Artam haH. 



KUtor I. Ammttmim* 


Among the most interesting lec- 
tures delivered to the students of U. 
S. C, are those concerning our na- 
tional and international 'relationships. 
Last Tuesday, we listened to two 
powerful addresses on the "League of 
Nations" tind "The World Court". 1 
am unable to think of any plans that 
are more Utopian in, their original 
nature than these two. The advance 
Af, culture and intellectual training 
will ifbilbtless teach us that the bodies' 
of men are not purposely made for 
targets. 

Nations should be friendly with na- 
tions. Anyone can. fight. Cool, sober, 
lolgical reasoning will eventually 
quiet the most violent misunderstand- 
ing. Historical events teach us tlOlt 
the only solution bf the problem of 
war is compromise. The World Court 
is a scholarly attempt to- compromise 
our international relationships. We 
cannot afford to sit idly by and let 
this opportunity pass by ^ur doors. 
How can we boast of beiirg a Christi- 
an Nation when we refuse to sponsor 
a plan which means Universal Peace. 

America, Japan, and China, are 
demonsratlng very little interest in 
this important plan. Is it because the 
people ar» opposed . to it; or, are the 
Ia%v-makers sleeping on the job? Pub- 
lic sentiment would wisely express 
an affl'rmative viewpoint on this is- 
sue. * 

While it is commonly believed that 
we should launch out in^o a system of 
world brotherhood, it is further true 
that our first step Is in a national 
brotherhood. Americans need to be 
fraternized. Disfranchisement, lynch- 
ing, mob-violence, and lawlessness, 
brjitally inflicted upon . the American 
Negro, must be done away with before 
America is morally eligible to be- 
come a partner of any Insticutioii 
strlvnig to establish international jiis- 
tice. The man who fights his wife Is' 
not fit to instruct the community on 
the ethical codes of family-life. :Tl|te 
government |liat tolerates lynchin'l^ 
and is intolerable to ah antl-tynching 
Mil, is not prepared to unite 'with 
natloDa on a common level of justice. 

It we are Americans, and' jlo sar 
that wW are nof is to remvach oajr 
own nativity, it is onr primary, dutij' 
to dissolve those damnable liuttta- 
tions which are JeopardlzUig and cur«- 
inc this country; tlutt this govermnent 
may be given a new itfipetns aad • 
newer seal to crash tmperiouaae^ 
and establish h'amitlty. fa remoye la- 
Jastiee. and thereby eontrflmte Uf Um 
posslbHIty of a sttccesstwl Worlil 
-Prteadablp. ' j > 


Mr. Ctiauneey Tewnsend addressed 
the members of the Bieil'es Lettres 
Club last Priday on "The Ezs^ntiais 
of Public Speaking". Hii speech em- 
braced the study of wdrds, the study 
of word derivation, the value of ety- 
motegieal analysis, and abounded In 
sentential suggestions on how to 
spesk and write bompetently. 

Mr. Townsend demonstrated ui^osu- 
^1 skill in attracting the personal eon- 
taet of his audience. Kits forceful log- 
ic, and diction, exemolifled the insup- 
erable power of a scholar. "Words 
wihout ideas are mere sound wayes", 
he ^id, "and it is astounding to note 
how! so many of our so-esited edueat> 
;d people, use the tingllsh Language 
in a ,loes» manner. i 
...After giving a concrete illustration, 
of a! ganegyric appeal to Miss Fay 
Jacftfcon, Mr. Townsend concluded his 
address by reading '^The Road Away- 
from' Revolution" by jWoodrow Wil- 
son, to Instruct us in the art of phrase- 
makihg. , i 

IN THE MUSIC ^RLD 

By John A. Gray ' 

Thei giving of advice is seldom ever 
appreciated or heeded by folks who 
reed ft, howover valuable it may be. 
We~are pointing out a few funda- 
mentals, that should be observed by 
all who wish' to be successful lln their 
chosen lines of endfia'Vor. These hints 
are based upon observation and ex- 
perience, and we hope that they may 
be of 6ome hellp to those who need 
them. 

In the first place: persons who are 
not musician.s, and whb are promot- 
ing musical affairs, should ask the ad- 
vice of capable musicians before •at- 
tempting to produce. Much time, 
oncTgy and money can ' be saved In 
this maunpr. Even if the • ideas of 
those isked are not followed. It will 
give aiwider viewpoint on the, subject 
and may possiWly suggest new ideas 
^o the promoters. 

. Managing an artist Is a great busi- 
ness in itself and requires much ex- 
perience, and business ability. Sotne 
bf tbe4hings to be considered are: 
How much- drawing power has my 
artist? This question ■'will decide 
where he /ihould be presented, how 
the affair should be advertised, who 
shall assist and how much money 
should be invested in the affair. No 
artist Is worth more to the manager 
than he can bring to the box olBce. 

r^w that the era of church-bnlldlng 
Is upon us, it Will behoove the bulld- 
aia to consnU^fwo principal persbns 
before making; this Impertant move. 
These persons' are the musician and 
the \indertaker. The musician will 
suggest the arrangement of chofr, 
platfomv, etc., which will permit of 
easy readjustment for concerts, fecit-, 
als, plays, etc., which nearly all 
churches present. This will save rent 
for outside halls and anditoriamB, 
thereby insuring more profit from 
these entertainments. The undertak- 
er will suggest the arrangement of 
setts at the front, and of aisles, which 
will plrtlllt eaay and convenient place- 
ment of the cMkets, and allow room 
for the flowers, and for persons who 
wish to view the body for the last 
time. 

Ambitious yoiuiSg, people who wish 
to be heard la. recital, or strangers 
whb wish to establish themselves in 
the comdiunity, will do well to ask 
some of ithe old established persons 
for advice. This advice can be sifted 
and blended intt) a definite procedure. 
Greater success will naturally be the 
result. 

Wei build upon the foundation laid 
by others' and profit by the mistakes 
that othears have made. Only in this 
way jiaii we save ourselves from a 
long^riod of co^y experimenting 
and possible failure. 

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tutions of our city; Banks, Department Stores 
'or oiher. places and observe the number of cus- 
toiiiers who are able ta purchase alUthey desire 
on tinte payments. What places them in this 
enviable position? Do you know that they are 
ali ttked to Answer this questaon : Do You Own 
Abju'IUkI Estate? If the answer is in the affir- 
njatfye, their credit is good. , Let us help you to 
estal^lish your credit. We have houses and lots 
for lale in all sections of Los Angeles, at reason- 
able prices janti terms. : 


.A few of^ur many listed are a^ follows: 

5-Room House^ located on East Side, $3500 
<— $600 Cash; Balance arranged. 

G'Room doubl£ house. West Side, $3750 — 
$2500 Cash; Balance $30.00 per month. 

5-Soom House, East Side, $3500 — $1250 
Cash. 

: /■ 6-|toom House, E. 23rd St., near Central 
Ave., $6000— $1500 Cash. 

4-Room house at Watts; 3 Lots 150x150, 
;»2550— $800 Ca.sh. 

8-Room, two-story house, E. 28th St., near 
[Griffith, lot 50x150 to alley, $8500— $2500 C.ish. 


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Jan plar. emaio Arlea Hall. Bastw 
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Fed Meets Wednesday. April 2nd 
By: William Mells Watson 
1183 E. 34th Hum. 5J31-J 

Well folks congwtnlate yourselves 
on having in our midst such kind lov- 
ing hearts as the following group of 
tennis devotees wlio .are giving the 
Western Federation of Tennis Clubs 
six of the eight beautiful Silver Lov- 
ing Cnps which will crown the win 
ners of the Third Annual Coast Ten- 
nis .^ihampioBship' Tournament at San 
Diego July 4 and 6. 1924. 
♦•Trie Donors 

First is the handsome capital pri^e 
bowl for the men's singles champion 
given by Mr. Eugene Walker, the Tail- 
or, a -three-year cup to be known as 
tie Eugene Walker trophy; Mzt the 
wondt^ftnl <iap to rthe ladies singles 
cfaampfen, a heauttful creation given 
jby the i'en^is Organizers Club; then 
there are Qie two. exquisite "Press 
Caps" tor./M«n's doubles, one by the 
Calif oraia Ecgle; also Mrs. Chartos 
New AC9-Disiiatch aad one by ,tlie 
Camisra^'s .bnstwnd, . vr^tideii' of the 
tami^ eavBteca to pi9 Sor ooe <rf the 
,tw«i isOver tHopUaa' fbr bw^s's 
itiiMmmA Cbiatos Aai^v Biaek, 
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aistant chainnan of the tolimament 
committee will attempt the same 
thing on his witt and. if he is success- 
ful there vi^li be but two cups left for 
the Federation to provide for mixed 
doubles. Does this look like San 
Diego 4 and 6? — "U chirrup it." 
Fed. Wed. April 2 
Next Wednesday night, the Federa- 
tion will meet at the home of ithe bec- 
retary C A. B^ €43 E. 36rh near Grif- 
fith — ^all members are urged to sit in. 


Fnrst To Contribute 


By Jesse O. Thomas 
(From the Associated Negro 'Press) 
Tampa, Fla., Mar. 15. — This 'city is 

the ITlst to adopt the Communtty 
ck^t bad<«t policy as « method ot 
Miaiqi iB^fjrT^. fioance Its varioas 


*179,OO0, toaliing the budgets of the 
16 organizations taking part, has been 
set, and tlie cantipaign lasts from 
March 25h to March 29th. 

The first sQbBcription tp the Com- 
munity chest came' from a Negro 
club, the Busy Merry Makers, in the 
form of a check for one hundred dol- 
Irs, long with the offer of services of 
the club to the chest cmpign cpmmit- 
tee to do whatever is possible to make 
the cmpign success. 


DELEGAmiOi 



Shreveport, La-^ Dlarch 25. — (By' the 
Assodated Negro Press) Charies M. 
Rolierson, local ; aQiorney; has beep 
elBjBted a delegate to the ReyubUeaa 
National I coayeutioa by Republkata 
la this- ^efCtton. Cahrin CooUitoe was 
MdMM4{tt<tli* pnty oMBine^- 


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JThe Citizens Home Investment Company's ser\'ice, under I 
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S. 6. W. May has built up the largest and most depend-j 
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[floors, double garage, 1 stationary tub — S6500.00 and 
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5-Room House in the fron t and a S-rooilA California 
■Bungalow in the rear, double garage, all modem coavo* | 
niences on Zamora street, for $5250.00, $1500.00 down, j 
'$40.00 per month, cheaper -than rent and the property 
lis all clear. For .lOO'/o bargains call — ' Pf' ■ 

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OMUDGEDBUGATES 



FOR PRESIDENT 


■fiSii^?;- -'-'ij 


fUm OtBtciet: State Seiuitor Ti-ed 
a il«nd7. UUah; Olea C. Mnreock- 
■iate ROM, lNmk«r. . 
: i4ee«d District— C H. 8«rgeratrom. 
Mttln. bMiker. WUltom Q. Lm. Au- 
kidl. mwrelwiit. 

'Wtd Dtetrict: J. W. S. BaUar. for 
aM» 'president OMt. Bar Amo, Sw^ra- 
■tMn: W. M. Veale, Msrtiaa/'VBder- 
•MiM. 

Hwrth District: Harsball Hale. San 
VtMdscA, mer«bwU. Mrs. D. E. r. 
BWton, San Franclsca, Club woman. 

ftftb District: T. P. Mine^n. San 
9ti0^a6, cattle buyer; A. w. John- 
MJiv San Ftancisco, mining man. 

attih District: Qeoige C. Pardee, 
Inller Qovamor of Calltorala, Oak- 
luft^: Ckarles Dnnscomba, Berl^ley. 


Ivvantb District: W. W. Oiddinss. 
MaOesto. baykar: Han7. B. McCIure, 
Vtatla. orciiardlst. 

■iRbth District: Henry M. Ayer. 

%la Clara. P. Oal. Arso. of Super- 
n; P. K. Peabody. Santa Barbara, 
Illiifacturor 

A. L. Rowland. Pas- 
W. E. i^rans, Gien- 


IllBUf D^rlct: 
aMBa..att<ita»T: 
Am, attorney. 


T«|th Ototrtot: 


Mrs. Helen Matbew- 
lyos AnjcelPs; AVilliam 
May 6Mkn4. Loe Angelas. 

Eleventh District: W. B. Clancy. 
RiTcnilde, orcbardist; Jobn D. Spreck- 
««*«. ;8aa tA^go. 


BEEGATES AT LARGE 


H. Cirocker. Republican na- 
tiOHd Ofounltteeman from California. 

fl ^to fei C. Teagle, president Cali- 
forfete Wai«9t Growers Association, 
Sa«U Faala. 

Ufa. Vioraaee Collins former-, hrst 
wotaaa to be ejected as a memtier of 
tba Republican Committee, Los An- 
gatoa. 

CWlk . €. Jordaai Calilarnia S«cre- 
ta(|!:«niM!(*r -'^olrarB. 

d (^"dhtpnan^ orange grower and 
acMHVMallat. Fnllerton. 

Iliiii|^(^. Sn^ltb, attorney, Prasao. 

Unirnid/lie "Garwood Estes, Predl 
4«nt CaUCarala WC-T.U.. Berkeley. 


(pfGiige Sopporttrs 


foregoing in- 



ttefii. No kttnMBi.b^tli'R h* ik« aatlon 
I«a4« a soon aigrawl tlf*. So working- 
man «<mw iQDcar. U/mc l>oum. 

Llk^ RooBevett be catae to the 
White Hotipe by the Jiand of death. 
The nation has ^i^dy seen enough 
of that* like Jtoosevelt. he is no "acci- 
dent". He took charge with the firm 
hand of a leader, Ipng -drained and 
thpron^Uy AtnllUr with the task. And 
«Terjr< decision tuM shown the quali- 
ties which, have dfaiOnsulShed his 
whole care«rT^courAg«, clear think- 
ing, and ccmmen sense. 

B]> Ike time the next'lssueof The 
California Eagle ^ has reached the 
hands of its sobscribsrs the legpl date 
for registration for the presidential 
primary in Cfiiifoioia will have been 
:.>asaed. 

On December 31, ia2J, the registra- 
tion of the voters ia the State of Csl- 
Koraift became invalid, according to 
the provisions 'Of the state election 
law. Tita measure provides that once 
every two yesi's the elsctorate shall 
le-register. 

' According to ilgureft which have 
be^n prepared in the: reglsti-ar of vot- 
ers office, the 'Republican registra- 
tion of I.,08 Angeles county is approx- 
imately a; it was before the last gen- 
eral elechon almost two years ago. 
Democratic resident* -of this county 
hare increased theirj^ registration sev- 
eral thousand. In vtew of these facts 
the Coolidge campaigp C«mniittee of 
Kouthern Callforniii' has requested 
that all. loyal Republicans work to 
secure the re-regiBli-allon of all votoss. 
t has be^n previously estmated South- 
ern California haw luo.uoo new citi- 
/.POH ,who wlfl he eli5;ihlr to vote May 
fith. The flgnres wiiich have ixv-ii 
made public indicate hat approximate- 
ly the sauio number have not regis- 
lereil. 

,Prol>ably the grealeKl surprise to lo- 
cal supporter.s of Presiden tcilvin 
Coolldgo has been the unusually poor mat President 
showing that has been made thur far 
by Hiram Johnson, according to ex- 
pressions which have l>een ftequantly 
hea.:d at tbe campaign headfiuarterii. 
It was generallX)'- conceded some 


nian. M^s. l 
m^e. Mrs 
HMs. a. R. 


Those *^gni|ic the 
aado: 

W. M, Qn 'I*. Gv.endolyn Gordon, 
nilim dUver, K. Burton Cemti. 
TV^ A. dordoB. W. M. Anstin. B. C. 
KfMBo. a T. Spikes, John C. Spikes, 
AMkk M. $pflFea. Myrtle Mae Williams, 
m t i rni*. L. WllUams. J. H. iona». Marie 
K. J(mM. Jaatea M. Croin. Mrs. Myrtle 
CMiiL^.wtUlaaR*Kq^^soo. Joseph w. 
IHlClHiiey. Mrs. B. E. Prentice. Albert 
a dnacan. Porter P. Sidney, N. "l^'. 
iM^lns, M. C. Cooley. W. M. Patter- 
sqk. Lauretu Butler, Frank C. Twin- 
t!t, Mrs. Julia Turner. Alb«rt Bau-j 
Mi^. Rosetta Bauman^ John T>- 
Mrs. Belle Krome. ' R. H. 
AmoM. O. W. WUson. J.I 
W. drUU. C. T. McKim, L. H- Rhine- 1 
hicdt, Mbbrqe RIgic. Leon Ra^get.i 
J^ H- Hicks. H. M. Moore. W. T.j 
"BioMey, U J- Raggett. Harry Hogan. 
EImt a. IViUlamri, Glaraace E. Drew. 
T: irtli^r I^Ute, William J. Sutton, 
G^a (;4^way. Huge Hunter. Isaac 
C1h#IMc Jess H. Oraham. Ellis Ray'. 
JopjbW I'rMmaa, L. Pearson, h. B. 
Simlur, Edward R. Reynolds, P. W. 
>, ^tfiu C Keal. Eugene Serral. 
_ilJl««a.-J. P. White, W. W. 
R4H, V. E. Thistle, H. S. Moore. 
H. t. Sailer, kichard H. Wade, Sam- 
jiAV. Pool. Mrs. S. E. Pool, S. S. 
T«i«r, W. T. Cleghorn. J. H. Shack- 
e)mi|, Tom C. Carey, Madeline A. 
C|f4x. Robert White. Fred Edward 
Otj, Maabeth Ory, F. C. SUncel, E. 
R. Ghase. A. King.- H. H. Towles, Jas. 
P. Vratton. Mrs. M. L. Bratton. Rob- 
tU C. Davis. A. K. Dennis. J. Black- 
wafl. f. l^Mairt, N. R. Smith, Edna v. 
"* " Mrs. Lucille King, Mrs. Anna 


35th St.. t>» Ange»«H; ^rs. Helen 
James tttrawn, 1295 W. 35th PI., L4^ 
AB0eien; Mrs. A. P. Durousseau, lt02 
W. 35th PI.. I.08 Angeles: Mr. CUfton 
Cloyd. 1295 Vf. 3»th PI.. Los Angeles: 
'^Mlsa Christian Clifton Cloyd. t2«5 W. 
3Btt» PI.. U>» Angeles; Mr. Robert W'. 
Mci^arty J3» W. 35th PI., Los An- 
geles; Mr.| Paul J. McCarty. 1338 W. 
,3»th Pi.. f>os Angeles; Mrs: Ruble 
Paul Mccarty. W. 35th PI.. Los An- 
geles: Mr-j Leon P. McCarty. 13)8 W. 
I Seth PI.. Los Angeles; Mr. Bennle 
Maildox. i43T Vy. 36th St.. 4,^8 Ange- 
les; Mrs. Iva Beanie Maddok, 1437 
W. 36lb St., Ix>s Angeles. 


Tk Fanner Boy 
. The Pablic Servant 
The 



Mhn \i«t. C(fi Westminister Ave.. 
\T»tee, Calif. ; Mrs. W. B. Darby. «S5 

S^atmlnlst^r Ave.. Venice. Calif.; W. 
QptrfeT. <3I Westminister Ave.. Ven- 
'^■Ctt«.; Oarteld Carter. 1707 Mh 
Santa Monica. Calif.; Andrew 
•l3Vi Westminister Ave., Ven- 
Anita Wilklns, 607 Vi West- 
Ave.. Venice, Calif.; Jennie 
; n»; Wc«t AMMer Av«.. Vea- 
liCril^Mo" Heirry. «05 Weat- 
A*e., Vohlce. Calif. 
-Wiggins, WS Westminister 
Venice, CaliL; Houston H. 
H6 Wei >«Bii«faf Ave;. Ven- 

firtJ^iStw. Cftfif-; Mrs. 

e^ilkimWi SW W^atmiaister 

rlMtM. CMU.; Nick Dlgbiomp, 

(%a»i" ATH,, Venice. OH,-, Mrt. 

*^V^SrS«^0. A. T»gw. 
'ATe.rV«i^: mn. 

.VMiilaMar At*-. 


' iBy Bruce Blarton 

Calvin Coolidge was bom 03 afarm. 
Thai fart is essential to any cleaf UB-; 
derstandiqK of hia care«^. For into his 
character were bred the ru^gedness' 
and 8tabiltty. and something of the 
silonrPK ol ih? Vermont hills. The 
Coolidges were farmers in Mamachu- 
settes untlil the great-great-grahdlatb- 
er of President Coolidge ihoved into 
the settlement in Vermont which was 
christened Plymouth soon after, but 
is knowQ locally even now »s, "The 
Notch". If ere. through the genera- 
tiOBS, the<lfamUy tilled t^e soil, raisod 

live-Btockj producsd maple Byrup and 
sugar and played a. large part In the 
making qf Amcriean history. Tfwelve 
raih.s troim the railroad, the future 
President wan born on the anniversa- 
ry of the Nations birth— July 4.. 1872. 
"It alway.s seemed as though Cal 
con Id Ret more sap out of a maple 
tree than' any other boy 1 ever knew," 
his father, Colonel John Calvin Cool- 
idge cWp said of him. In » h^tn^'y 
phraxc Ibat sums up the eHsenlial 
chauffferistic »{ his.ltorUoad; , what- 
eyiff he did, he aii|.*cH.'. - j 




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StreBsth Df|iB*|i*fl5im^ TJlf ^f 


Ifia village school wjK» a stiigic room 
with a WQd Nlove'itnd a hucket of 
spring-water. On Sundays, father and 
mother ami soik'Swft. regularly lij 
their places at .tlw^ litllp yhtirch. Col- 
onel C'Ooiidgo w)ke a iamior aod i 
store-keeper als^^l .ail>4 C^lYin had a 
d/ <lble traA'-iln* Vundef ills father!^ 
care, ile plowed (»nd d«g in tlie fleldii. 
a'n4 h" po'il hejiind (he .c<>«ntw. la. 
sii«>fa a ae'taooliBg wor^^t^lap^dtiie 
habits Of fragiai^ .iipd .iteX-reliance. 
aiidf;a cmatjiy' for "^tanled: it^EitJ;! 
work, !wpcli:fi»te 8U)bid'.,Uli»i in ffnj^ 
s^ead thnMigkt|w..yiB«cSi -; , :• . >..;;, 
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At college ycnng Coolidge lived at a 
boarding-houKe where th^ rate was 
three dollars a week, ami went his 
wa^ through the four years ijrdepend- 
eotly. asking no favors snd winning 
respect by bis quiet sbit of getting the 
facts and making his decisions him- 
self. But the same instinct for attract- 
ing strong men to him, which has 
been so great an asset In bis public 
carcier. manifested itself even ih^r^^. 
The majority of his clasHmates at 
Amkerat klj^w him merely (h tt, lean 
red-head(!d country 4>oy. wlh a pro- 
nounc<:d drawl and a shrewd, whim- 
sica|l sense of humor. But a few jsaw 
deeper. When the class cast its ballots 
at Commencement time^ they chose as 
khe "man most likely toi silcceed in 
life" a brilAant class-ihate who tbday 
is a trustee of the college and one of 
the country's leading business men. 
Coolidge received only one vote; but 
it was that man's vote. Komehow each 
of the two strong men recognized in- 
stinctively the fibre of the other. 

On The Shelves, Ijlot In The 
t : . ' Show Window 
■\i Calvin Coolidge had had enough 
money to go through scho6I. that fact 
might bavs changed his, whole career. 
As it was, he crossed the Codnacltout 
Riv-er 'to Northampton, four miles 
from i\mherKt. and went to work Jn 
a country law office. A tew months 
later one of the partners, Mr. Field, 
ran across an' item ia a Sp*-ingfletd 
paper to the effect that the medal 
o9en«d l>^ a historical lioeie{y' to all 
undergrfdiitltes of American colleges 
tor the best esttay on th^ principles 
for which the Revolutionary War was 
fought, had been awarded to Calvin 
Codndge of Amherst. He took the clip- 
ping and laid it on Coolidge's desk. 

"fs-'-that true?"lic as^ted. • •■ 

Coolidge aodde/i. 

"Did you get the mcd^l? " 

He nodded again. 

"Where is it?" 
. Coolidge opened his desk and lifting 
outrtbe medal passed it over. 
■' "rt^w long have you had itr" 

"About six weeks." 

"Well", exclaimed' Field, "you cor- 
talAlyare quiet enough about il'. Have 
jojj told your fathpr?" 

''Vol"' answered C«|iHdgt>. "Wqnid 
jpnf" \ ' . ' ■ 

Pield's BiisWer was to turn on his 
6«!#l«n4 stride into Judg'j Hamnioml'K 
•Office. ~i ■ ' . ■ ■ . I 

7Thaf ypuflK chap CoOlidgc certain- 
ty geti^ ine,"' I19 exclBlmsd. "H^"h^* 
mor^ on'' Us6 shelves' and puts less. in 
ihcj show-wisidow than aq)[ y.oi)|^ fel- 
low 1 have ever seejB.'* ' ' .7-V, 
: I '<6o The Day'a Work" 
. 't'tial shch.u 'man, so, little indlaed 
(o' Deu-adreKlsement. sitouid . 8iidc!«ted 
iji public iiifet eermed to Wb acr 
"■ ' .wholly udlikelyv; But 

'^Hmn' - to question V .aboiit •' his 
or: hits capacltjr ' f or work; 
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iXi»rt>t 


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OTaland, local realtor and candidate 
for the iCooUdge (teiegation at the May 
prtmanr, '4ei {Old of how lie bad od- 
srved.PreatdeiK OoolMge at wark and 
how bis obtserfatioD bad caused him 
to beiler* tltat ta chief executive i« 
probgbly thtt greatest man who has 
lived 111 the White House since the 
time of Abrahk^ Linoola. He related 
the early history of the President of 
his birtii oh a rocky New Bttgland 
farm, of how he had aruggied tp get 
through school and of t£e way he had 
started at the bottcm of the ladder by 
serving bis conimunity Urst as' coun- 
cilman. 

t/ongessman Lineberger declared 
that the game fairness, the same un- 
v-arnishcd sense of justice that had 
chaiacterize^ the administration of 
Abraham Lincoln permeates ibai uf 
caivin Coohdge. In this matter he 
cited tiie aaswer of the President to 
„ae 6enate s! demand that Edwtta Uen- 
oy lesign. He suited hat never before 
oad Bu answer 10 such' a demand been 
i>repar^ so lapidiy and in such ' a 
jompieta v»ay. 

Laiviu CcMiiidge is the one man for 
Ihe Kepublicaua 10 nomii.ate lor ilie 
presiUtuLy. ^e is the only man lu the 
j/aiiy wiio can win for iBe party in 
^he fail election", the repreieuutive 
iieclarae. 

"Oui, of the greatest- mistaltes that 
could tie made by tma naiioa woaid 
be in returning tlie Demociatic party 
lb power. 'Ihis would mean that the 
contrcl of .the government wouiti be 
tivtu to ten states of the southeast, 
i-vtiy committee head would be 
changed and the couslructive wort 
Luai lias b*en or/nging the cbuntr/ 
hack 10 normal and tnat has bo^u 
Keeping Southern talit'ornia prosin-r- 
oiis would be interrupted. Thc/t-ilft 
wiui-h has made tbc growers oi^soutli- 
riii Lauforuia j>io:<iJorouR yould lie 
icinovcd frdm ine statute h^oka .ind 
lue country would lind/^itsclf just 
\> nere ii wafe when Hiu V/ilson aduiin 
stration ended". , 

I oiitiressraau: ,Fre<l<<rick.s declai ed 
CooUdge Mas deeply 
Liiterfcsted in the rfesiaents of *South- 
trn Caliloinla. The local man told 
hou- just a fftw hours before be start- 
iil west- the Aesident had requested 
tbat he cauV a messi^ge of best wish- 


i 


Bvpntha ago fha tjohnson would carry ^.^ ^^ ^11 Southern Califoraian; 

«..„<. nf fh^ .„t« »» «-hi^i..»,» h.rl ,^^ ^^.j^^^ ^, ^^^g of the = cong.-es 


me of the states fn which .he had 
been' an unopposed camlldate in 1920. 
and from which he had then received 
.TenerouA .support. . 

At the b^;innlng of the current c.im- 
palgn it was\jecoKillied by the presi- 
dent's manag^ that the apparently 
spectacular InveKigaions wilicli were 
being conducted hi. Congress paved 
the way for a politician of the so- 
called reformer. It wa>< generally be- 
lieved t^at Hiram Johns<in would be 
this so jfcalld rform laUr «ih<l that his 
dramatic rhilily would win\.|or him 
th dli'RBtions frpitv? a number ^f the 
western! r.lates. ' \ 

The opportunity which was pres^t- 
Pil liy the grand jury activities of Coil, 
gress was readily recognized by. Hi- 
ram Johnson, the Coolidge leaders de- 
clare, fri ■ reviewing the speeches 
which he has made during his c<im- 
palgn in sevjeral middle wnfjtern 
states. The element of surprise en- 
tered the e'luation whfrn it became ai>- 
parent Lhit Hiram Johnson contend- 
ing for supremacy in tfrlendly territo- 
ry was unsuccessful in si-uslng'thf- en- 
thusiasm iwhich bad greeted him, in 
other ycai's. 

Middle-western farmers have suf- 
fered Dior* jcutely, the Coolidge man- 
agers declare, than any other otw 
group of people in te country but de- 
spit"; this fact the reform utterances. 
P'.'onilses and charges of Hiram John- 
.'■on appear to have fallen flat as com- 
pared with the expectations o^ pre- 
campaign day.s. 

The list of states that have given 
support to th'; presld'^nl includes 
eight wbiiih hava suffered most acute- 
ly from agricalltural dsprcHsIon. With- 
out e>cception the rt-sfdents of these 
slates had favored John.son in other 
'.'ear'J. 

The significance attached to the ac- 
tion of these states in supporting Cal- 
vin CooUdge indicates, the local cam- 
paign leaders decide, that the resi- 
dents of the middle west have found 
In the chief executive a conservative 
who insures the protection of their 
interests and a reformer-progressive 
whoso experience and abljity is suf' 
bclent to mtjet and cope with all prob- 
items which he wili be called upon to 
solve. 

Los Angeles eoijnty's two official 
representatives In Congress, John D. 
Fredericks ami Walter F. LIncborger, 
bavo found in I'rXident Coolidge a 
leader whom thoy are glad to follow, 
according to Ktatemenls which they 
made last Tuesday at luncheion of Uo- 
puhticans here. Boh coj\gressnien de- 
clared that they have foiind the poli- 
cies and doctrines of the Pre.sidont 
com prcnfeiistve enough to provide for 
a,n cit the demands that are! being 
made oh the 'adminlstratlop. They al- 
so slated that the chef executive la 
the only man who Is qualified today to 
serve as the chief of the Republican 
party. ' 

The Tuesday lanoheon was the ftrst 
Of a nuqit^r '\jibicb ^re to he held dur- 
ing the next few moiiths at which 
nationally , known hpeakers will ad- 
d'res lopal audiences on the princlpaf 
problems wbich now confront the 
ionntry. The lirst meeting was at- 
tended by more yeopio than could be 
accoiuniodated in the Paulais cafe, 


sloual Ifcadeirs m conducting a series 
rf meaaingless investigations was 
fharacleiizcd as insincere and intend- 
e<l to prevent constructive legislation. 
i» jgressman F.'ederlcks ^declared 
that the practice 01 our American le- 
gal institutions is to consider a man 
innocent until is guilt is proved. 
When an Investigation of a man's 
ciiiiduct is being made it is the Ameri- 
can p.inciple to keep all ttndings ot 
testimony private until it is estab- 
lished that there is reason to believi- 
that any charges brought against the 
iudiviiiual can b'i proved, lleotrat.c 
senators ha-^e read into lire public rec- 
ord every pharge ■ based oa heresay 
evidence and unreliable tsslmony 
th^^ could possibly be construed 'iV) 
eiiiDh-rass the Coolidge administra- 

v.on; 

The attack.< that have been made 
on leaders of the nation have been in- 
tendea primarily to destroy confi- 
dence of thte public. Hut thes^ meth- 
cd.H. Cx.ngressman Fredericks 'stated, 
have acted as a boobierahg and the- 
rcsalt has bieefl that the thinking men 
and women of tliis country have re- 
sponded by condemning the persons 
wlio bavp made the unjusiSed attacks. 
When Cohgressmao Fredericks 
can^e to th(] conclusion of hl.s remarks 
and asked Khe audience whether it 
.prHterred a man of the calibre of 
Abtahani Lincoln or one who had pro- 
poiied no constructive measure there 
was a gcnef.-al thout for Calvin Cool- 
idge. This, Coolidge campaign mana- 
gers in Los Angeles declare, is indica- 
ive of the general spirit that prevails 
in Lts Angeles for the President. 


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Why did I*rof. Douglss Greer fail 
to ake that long rehearsed Johnson 
speech is the question which is pui- 
ziing the Johnson ^pportefs of the 
kitchen calyinet Just now. 

Dy'n't be alarmed at any combina- 
tion you may notice in things politi- 
cal. This is a day of the untoldtfi^nt 
of things. Yesterday is cone. Today 
Is here. The future Is before us. and 
politics continues to make strange 
hcdfcllows. 

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Our I'ot pic last wi«k in making m«ii- 
lion of James Alexander as a candi- 
date for Assemblyman froni the 74tb 
district, brought out another conten- 
der in the parson of the well known 
contractor, who has faced the firing 
line on many occasions before in the 
person cf William Greenwood. There- 
fore the Ineup is Fred Uoberts, iucum- 
bent, J^s.' M. 'Alexander, and Billy 

Greenwood. 

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upon the election of delegates t« the 
National Convention and aspirants for 
these positions will have their aaming 
after the prlmarieii pn May ttth. \ " ..' 
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By iMiUer A. H. Butlar, Br. 

Staff Cwrsspondsnt for 
Ths Assoeistad Ht^f^Pnu 
Monroyla, Liberia. March .35th— 
President^. B. D; King of'tbe Repubr 
lie ot Liberia, has denied the applica- 
tion ot the delegates sent here recent^ 
ly trom the U, N. I. A for a confer- 
ence on the si^ject of the colohlza- 
Hon or Liberia^ by members ot the U. 
N. I. A. The Brealdent stated, "I am. 
willing to meeijthe delegates ]£ the in-. 
terview is of ai^ tin-offlclal character 
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private individuals". The president Ih-. 
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NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 
Saturday, March 15th, 1924. 

(Special Correspondence) 
Addressing a mammoth audience in 
the great Abyssinian Baptist Church 
here Thursday night, Charles Satchel! 
Morris, Jr., of Norfolk, Va., the fany 
ous colored writer and spokesman, de- 
clared that: The sectional war be- 
tween Negroes must be discontinued 
for the common good. This fundament- 
al tact must be reco^ized that we are 
lall members of the same'race, victims 
of the same unjust, vicloiis system, 
and desirous of the same results. A 
new and virile leadership must be de^ 
veloped to^ give articulate expression 
to the yearnings, yea the longings pf 
the black man in the North and In the 
South. There is sweetness in right- 
eous conflict and triumph untramm- 
eled in moral -victory. Young Morris 
was wildly cheered by the hundreds 
who jammed their way into the vast 
Neiw York Church where his father 
pa.stored for several years. 

The orator is now en route to Chi- 
cago. He is scheduled to deliver ad- 
dresses in Asbury Park, Atlantic City, 
Philadelphia; Pittsburgh. Columbus, 
Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis and 
the Windy City. A tour of California 
has just been arranged by a group of 
white citizens. 


DEMONSTRATING 
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Rev. J. M. Browff. D. D., the pastor 
of Pasadena A. M. E. Church, who has 
done a wondei^ul work In the South- 
ern district, for Methodism, is not On- 
ly a great pastor, but a great mission- 
ary. Ho has found time to visit some 
of th^ small churches and his mem- 
bers and have raised money to aid 
thpm. 

Rev. .1. M. Brown' will visit the sec- 
ond A. M. K. rhurcb, Sunday evening, 
.March 30ht at 3 p. m., and will favor 
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Best snap in to'wn — A five-room house (Calif, style) all 
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can't beat it— lot 401x120 — So hurry. 


A larse house o£ eight rooms on Ea4t 20th St., near 
Centra] Ave.; two baths and two toilets, only $2000 cash. 
Laive lot 45x145. 

if you want aonrethititjr that's in a fine ntsigliborhood, ; ; 
that's different from the rest— we have it ! Six-room ; ; 
modem Bungalow, three hardwood floors, two bed rooms, ! I 
hardwood floor den and a swell dining room. East 57th ', [ 
St., Price $7500.00. ; • 

Income property, wte have it, two houses 6-room and < 
kitchenette and oiie four-room modem bungalow in th» |' 
rear bring: $110.00 per month; $2500 cash, total $7500. 

Ope five-room house (plastered nicely) on 35th St^ 
near Central Ave. Garage, cellar, fire place; $1500.00 
Cash — ^it's a snap. 

One 9-room house in Watts $2500.00 total; $50a.00 
down. Lot 50x120. Raise all the chickens you want. '■ 
Balance $25.00 per month. ' 

Another snap In Watts, one five-room house (plftstet- 
ed) for $300.00 down. Total $2500.00 ; bal. $26 per mo. 
porches. < 

1804 CENTRAL AVE. HUMBOLDT 6391 
K.C. VENERABLE .... Pre*, and Treat. 
W. H. PHILUPS . . . Secretary 
LS. WATTS S«iles Manage ;: 


Friday morqlnc. U%rch 2lBt, Mr. 
stork visited the home of Mr. \.an(l 
Mrs. Benjkmia McAdao,.674 S. Vklr 
Avenue, leaving aooter bountiasx ba- 
by boy, wengbing seven poiin4a.^-lriie 
baby's name Is Alfred DeRussel Mc- 
Adee. Mother^ is dolng.iiicel^. 

The Missionary Society; of the 
Firtst A. M. E. Chureh gave -a Leai^ 
Year Turkey Dinner, Thursday eve- 
ning, March to, which broaght very 
good results, jhe ladles escorted their 
gentlemen friends and the dinner -waa 
served with fi^n and merriment. A 
special table was reserved, called the 
"tapper table" to Which the young 
ladies of Pasadena were eupl;>osed to 
escort^ their gallant" shleks." 


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A (lell:^bt(ul birthday party was^iv- 
en by Mk and Mrs. M. J. Rhodes of 
SS7 N. BK Molino Avenue, hO&oring 
their cbariiiihg daughter, Miss Flor- 
ence ■Rhodei,; The decorations were 
carried otft i^^ blue and -gold, Pasade- 
na's Jubilee irWr colors. Balloon of 
varied Colors botched ahove (be heads 
of Joyful young |>eo{de. Towarxl the 
close of the ' party, the, young Miss 
Rhodes carried in a beaiiutully deco- 
rated birthday cake.\ "' 

Many beautiful and 'useful gifts 
were received hy Miss Jthodes. Deli- 
cious refreshments wereN served. Ev- 
e/y one present had a keeh tiiue. 

At the Young People's Lyceum last 
Monday evening, March 16, the mem- 
bers decidetf to pay a fee of $2.00 a 
year,' $1.00 every six months. Altho 
the matter of the Lycegm Cluh co- 
operating with the Musolite Club, of 
Pasadena High School in givlng\a 
iProgram and reception for the pat; 
le'nts was. favorably approvled by all. 


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Miss Caroline Taylor-Moore of Oak- 
ncll a\-enue. one of the graduates of 
the class o( '23 of Pasadena High 
Sschool, who has been attending Fisk 
University for the past year took se 
riously ill there, and was compelled to 
return home. Pasadena welcomes her 
home aRain and all wish her a speedy 
k-ecoyery. 


SRoora Modern Ht>rie, $4;000.00; Cash | 
$900.00. ' 

5-Room Stucco House $3500.00; Cash 
$1000.00 

5-RooDi Stucco $4500.00. Terms. 

13-Room Flat. Close In. Income $140 
per Mo. $4000.00 down; Balance easy. 

Several furnished and unfurnished 
Apartments For Rent. 


HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 

Wo are very proud to mention tho 
progress thai one of our coming ora 
tors is making. 

Friday. March 21st, at the Pasa 
dena High School auditorium, Thom 
as Anderson, one of the popular high 
school boya, was oHe of tjie eleven 
competitors In the constitutional 
orattrtcal contest. .Mr. Anderson's ad- 
dre.S3 on "Lincoln and the Constitu- 
tion" was one of the sl;c best ad- 
dresses given. He qualified for the 
finals that will take place April lltb. 
We wish him 'much success. 

The niembers of the Musolite Club 
of Pasadena High School are now 
proud possessors of membership 
! cards. 

Do you know about the Musolite 
Club? \VelI, I'll tell yon. M-u signifies 
music; S-o social'; and I-l-t-e- for Hera- 
ture. This Is a musical, social and lit- 
erary club. Nearly every colored boy 
and girl of Pasadena High* School are 
members of the club. Eiitertalnments 
and programs given by the Musolita 
Club have been highly praised by the 
faculty and officials of the school. 

The idea cf the membership cards 
was first suggester by Miss Myrrel 
Holland, treasurer of the club. 


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Haadlinjir Praperty AH Over the City 

This Is All East Side Property 

FLATS . HOUSES AND APARTMENT 

HOUSES FOR SALE 

Do You Want To Buy a Home?—! Have 

Jvst What You Want.! 

5-Room House, modem — $4000.00; 

down $1500.00; $40.00 per month or 

more, including Interest. 

7-Room Bungalow, H. D. W.'; 4 be^ 
rooms — $6800.00 ; down $2500.00 ; 
$50.00 per month -«r more. Including 
Hp^rest. 

6-Room Bungalow— $6500.00; dpwn |2000.ob; $B«.00 per month 
or more. 

10-Room Bungalow H. IX. Wa « bM rooms, sleeping porch — ♦ 
|tt,MO.OO: down $500l)4»0; $75.06. pet mgnth or more. 

,12-Roam Bnngalow; 8 bed rooms— $8900.00; down $4500.00; ^0.00 
j^jBonth. 

12-Kooin Houw; tot SlucieQ.Vs oq sUey on the corner— $12,500.01); 
down $4660^)0, clear; payments to suit. the buyu'. " 

2 ramily Flat Building; 6 rpom? down, 5 sooms up— $6800.00; 
nGM.M tjown; $65.00 jwr month. 

WlMn Yoll JMd a FMen4~*ObiM to the OilU:« 
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The Crowik City lads ran away with 
their sQcond game cf basketball Sat- 
urday night at Pasadena, against Los 
Angeles Club. "SUick ' Stocks Btarted 
the game off by ringing a basket fr^m 
center. "Kirk" 'Turner followed with 
a second basket from center. "Al" 
Brownlee soon found thn basket and 
sent three in in a row before Los An- 
geles cpuld stop him. Stock.s rung in 
10 points. Brownle.e 8, Turner 2. The 
score at the end of the half was 20 to 
2 in favor of Pasadena. 

The second half Roland went in in 
Turner's place. "Eurb" Irving, Tasa- 
dena's center played a wonderful 
game. Bob Pointer was staring at his 
old position as a &tanding guard. Ftoin- 
ter guarded LOs Angeles' goal 1 so 
closely that Dyals had to shoot from 
center. Loi iV^^'es got one close in 
sThot anid^thci't was through a brake. 
Storki: nnu^ in 5 points mors durin,; 
the ascbad i«a i. Brownlee 4 points.' 
^and 2, Turner went in the last 
quarter and Stokes came out.' Pasa- 
dena pEissed ciicles around Lo4 An^e- 
lea' the last half. Vba Angeles wan out 
classed i ail trough the ' gamo. I'as.v 
dernt V. |il fe'Jt u cTiick a' Los Angeles 
Club asUiu Saurday night, in Lov An 
geiea. ^he ^rown City s.luail will 
hftre uviither diiance to do the Hame 
10 Mi A()scle& til V. 'i'bo lltial score 
itaatd ZlfMo''^ in Pasadena's favor. 

1 Thr T.ino TTu '• 


The doUloB West Wamenli Qnb 
fas the guest, of Mrs. Will Tlgue. Rev. 
3. t>. Crsiwford, sub. Co-operatfcm. Rev. 
eiiw(ord w«8 at his best. Mrs. Sele- 
na wsri^en, Chairman of Literature, 
read a v^y interestl?ic book on Trend 
of i|ie rabe. Vlsftars; Mrs. Allen, Okla- 
of the races.- Visitors: Mrs. Allen, Ok- 
homa; Mrs. M. Howard. A delicious 
turkey d^nnal was served. Mrs. 8. 
Pearson, president. 

The Mothers' Cfub was guest of 
Mrs. 8. Pearson. Mrs:! L. Q. Collins, 
presiding. Plans for the carnival on 
A^n-ll Is tLpA 2nd Mrs. Pinkney, cfiair- 
Uan program. Jlrs. Benlah Maxwell, 
Chairman of cooked food. Miss L,ouis 
Caiman of cooked foods. Miss'^ Louis 
Walker, Ice 6ream. The proceeds will 
go o the girls and boys attending nni- 
versitles. Mrs.. C. Hunter, Mrs. Vf. 
TIgue, Mrs. Ermer Jones, the new 
members. Report of Religious work. 
Miss Lculs Walker. Sick. Mrs. Wint- 
ers and Mrs. Pearson. DellclouB re; 
freshments served. "^ 

The Golden West Club celebrated 
Mrs. Maxwell's birthday Wednesday 
evening. At least T5 responded to the« 
invitation. A musical program by. the 
yonng peopled Mlas Clarice Halt, pre- 
sided at the piano. Delicious chicken 
dinner served, 
dinner was served to the gtiests. 

The Coleridge Taylor Musical Club 
met at, the home of Mrs. Pearl Low-, 
ery Winters. The afternoon was spent 
In singing several new choruses. The 
younger set Is preparing for the, reci- 
procity meeting and planning the com- 
ing of Clarence Cameron White, our 
great violin soloist. West • Loi^don, 
(Eng.) Times. 

Mrs. Josepine St. Pierre Ruffin 
Xnassed away In Bcston. Funeral Sun- 
a«y, March- 16. Please notify Califor- 
El^abeth Carter..flx. 
nlavClubs also Mexico's. 

Tfte P;-ogressive Chaper Order of 
Easter Star, Mrs. Zada Hall, Matron; 
Mr. X. Harvey. Patron meets Winters 
Hall, Friday evening. The Orand Wor- 
thy Matron, Mrs. A. Houston is on her 
oflicial visit tote chapter. 

The- play given by Mrs. Anne Craw- 
ford at Kaptlst Church last wiek v, as 
a Rrand success. The young folks 
were at their best. 

The revival tiervicc al l!•^ptisl 
f;liurrh is meeting with crral success. 

Ilev. J. D. Crawford, Pastor, Assist- 
ing pastor. Rev. Ellictt, Rev. C. E, 
Bickers. Rev. F. T. Walker and Rev. 
Williams. 

The Christian Endeavor of the A. 
M. E. Church is having a special mu- 
sical program Sunday evening. Rev. 
J. II. Wilson, honor gUest. 

Quarterly Conference at A. M. E. 
Church. Sunday. Special Music niofn- 
ing and evening. Prcci<ling elder will 
speak at both services. Simcial muiic 
by the choir. Rev. Elliott. Pastor. .! 

Mrs. Susie Elliott is visitlhg rcjla- 
tlves In Los Angeles.. '■, 

Mrs^ Mildred Harvey is.allj smiles 
over lier beautiful sport model R<>o. 
She Is driving nicely. Hats off to the 
ladies of Bakersfield. 

Mrs. Emma Pinkney i is niakipg 
great preparation for | the annual 
Fashion show. Miss Mary Parks of 
/•oily High, and Miss Hf?llen Wheeler 
of the University of Los Angeles are 
expected to take part \ Easter Moo- 
day. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonas have moved into 
the beautiful new home ion Humbolt 
street. Mr. Jones Is a cabinet maker. 
Mrs. Jones Is one of the coming mo- 
distes. Congratulations the young 
folks. 

Miss Muriel Maxwell, Who has been 
confined to her bed for hie past week 
is able to return to hig hschool. 

Miss Maxwell^ and Miss Clarice 
Hall on honor roll this month. > 

Mr. Allle Drisdon who was htiTt in 
a motorcycle accident is much im- 
proved. Mr. Drisdon is 'pnc of the 
Star Football players of the Drilller 
champions of the state. 

!BIr. J.' J. Pinckney is doing a rush- 
ing business at bis new cafe. 
Mr. & Mrs. Grimes, after an extended 
\-lslt on their honeymoon to the bay 
city, have returned to their beautiful 
homo on Utli street. Mrs. Grimes was 
Miss L. Turner, from Phoenix, .\ris. 

The Elks invite you to attend thdir 
annual April Fool Banquet at the A. 
M. E. Church. 

Mr. Carrel Gordon made a flying 
trip to his home In Riverside, last 
week. 

Mrs. Lillian Ward is all smiles over 
her beautiful new home on K street. 

Mrs. Golsbey is another enjoylQg 
her beautiful n^'ome and auto. 

Mr. and Mrs. H^nry i'lnckney spent 
the week at their beautiful mountain 
home. . They enjoyed the snow. 


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being btid on a charge of bMitebreak- 
NaiMnrUle, . Tenn., Matiab r 26.— Os^ 
wald Dnnnt, eoflege stu|I4nt, has 
beejn arrested here chirgad wMh sa 
attack on a young; white iirOman liv- 
ing -in South NasitYille. ijhe wom^a 
■ays that two cotored men aUKhtM 
from a street car at the ^Ime time 
sbe did and that Dt|rant followed her 
and made the assciflt. He dkoie« the 
charge. - ' 

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From the .Associated Xegrlo Prese) 
Memphis, Tenn., March 25.— Hor- 
ace jBatMnan, watchman for H. B, Mil- 
ler, white, was exhonorated of blame 
In connection' with the shooting of 
Wood Toung, a wliite man whom he 
caught trying to break Into MlUer's 
tool house. The white man Is no<e 
ing. 


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Nashville; Tenn.. March 25.— Al 
though Walter Daniels , now dead 
from a gunshot Wound in his hip ack- 
nowledged before he died that he had 
shot himself, Arthur King, ;^. has 
been arrested ^and charged Wth the 
murder of Ojahiels. The dead man was 
shot during-' a. street corner light. 

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heard of the Camp Secret of 
"testoring", beautifying; arn ^ 
Preserving the Hair? Well, 
•are are stretching forth our 
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world. All Hair Goods made 
to Order. We are near three 
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Chicago, 111., March 25.— The Sefc-. 
crid, Thiijd and Fourh Wards, largejy 
populaed by Negroes, \fete shown 
have mot>o tham any other wards 
KLEVBN 

the city''' in' Ta^«y;s registrattoit. 
Tbey are the only wards With mo^e 
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"And when He- was cate« ta. Re 
•■ith ont4 tken. 'Wtiy make ye this 
•d6 and ir««p? Th* damsei is not 
dealt, Ipt tUeeyetb'' "—Hark S:3». 

EarlT tii tlla MiMstry Jcsas re- 
' ll^jiiinTad fttte Kasaretk vkw* He wu 
reared aa^ made Hie t«a4i|iiatteni at 
Capemaa^, oae or the tmfortaat cities 
lytes. almts the sea o( GaUlee. Fram 
Capemaam He wentaboot aOI the cit- 
ies cf Jeetrt {ireachlnf and keaHag. 

Ob fcae aa c a st a a He retataed ip 
keadqii«rt#n aod kadbe. Capernanm 
came therefore to he called His own 
eitj. See Matt 4:12-25 etc. u 

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MtX one Hrae as He returned to Ca- 
pemai^n f certain raler at tlie STsa- 
ccsos there, nained Jaires, Iiad a Ut- 
ile danskter recy sick, so sick tkat 
ske died. ' 

Hearinx Uiat Jesus, 'the great bea!- 
Ine prophet, was in the citr. he hunt- 
ed Him ap and besoaght Hini«tliat he 
wontd come and heal his child. Mat- 
thew says that He adtnowt^dged that 
hi^ child was already dead by the 
time he bad reached -tlie Vaster. Sn 
when later some ons frmn the ho«tse 
met them and said "Trouble not the 
Master: your daughter is' dead", it 
was evidently no more tliaa he ex- 
pected. 

But Jesus re-as^ured him with the 
words. "Fear not, 'only h^IIeTe" 

|.aB(hed To Scorn 

Going isto the house. He fonod the 
relatives and friends bewailing the 
cirl as dead. He spoke thus cheerfoliy 
to them: "Why make ye this ado aad 
weep: tbe damsel is not dead. She's 
;'8l*'<?p". 

The wor(|s sounded foolish. Had the 
eliiSJ not cca.^td to breathe? Had they 
nut spf'n htT make her laat ganp and 
he still? Had not her puke- ceasod to 
b<;at? Were not her bands and ft-et 
lold? Wf v» not her eyea glazed and 
sizlitlt'ss? Had net the physician pro- 
nounced h««- dead? Had they not seen 



Oai iletar M 
Ennll^ak Ba 

lira k aot 
wker^ffef b«^ 
brew qtiebcr <|aeiMrak. 
aane^la. 

Again; t s^ tkat Aeol and hadM 
do BM jnaAt tka tomb or se^«|cre 
irhen tk«/body is boried, why beBetre 
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-'fate 0*| 
ioto feda 
fot aad tha 
« Mgalclvi 
fi is the Re- 
IB the Greek 
aad 


But bow baantifal tte test Ske is 
aot dead. Irat sieepefli,' TUnk of that, 
you wlio hare be«B oaBed to look ap- 
on the still form of a predoaa ehUd 
(cr whom yoa woald gkidlT safer 
death iUeU. Not dead, bat aleepeth. 
In the eyes cf the world dead. In the 
ares of God tremendoasly allre. 
Asleep in Jesa* as to bo^Iy extsteace. 
t%t ta splritna] existence, as alire to 
God as Lasaros ia Abraham's bosom. 
Lake 18. As Moses on the mount of 
transllsaration. as Elijah who never 
died. At>sent from the t)ody, present 
with the Lord, wlio hath abolisht 
death and broagbt Ufe and immortal- 
ity to life. This is tlie faith that Jesus 
offers the world who betiere in Him. 
"I am come" said He. "tliat he 
migb't hare life and might have it 
more abundantly. Not dead but 
-sleepeth. ■ " ■ ; 


We bava a fuU line of PLOUGH'S E»^CX AND 
WHtTEt Mme. WALKER'S; OVERTON'S and 
PALMER'S TOILET ARTICLES; also a line «f 
STRAIGHTENING COMBS. 


FIRST A. JM. E. ZtON CHURCH 

Cor. Pico and Palema 

Rev. W. E. Shaw, Pastor 
Th public has not forgotten tke An- 
niversary Fair and Bazaar glTen last 
March by onr chnrck. Never in the 
history of Los Angeles have more 
magnificent and gorgeous decorations 
been displayed for a like occasion. 
This year promises to eclipse last 
j«ear's brilliancy. Each captain is 
raarshalliog their forces and the va- 
rious booths will be a thing of beauty. 
Sunday, March 30th will be oi>en.- 
inp day with preat services tlirough- 
j out the day. The Fair will contiane 
I each night with a change ot prosram 
each evening. Visiting ministers and 
their Choirs will join with us in our 
celebration. 

if you fail to attend this Pair you 
will mi.ss something worth seeing and 
enjoying-, 
person.s like this before? .^nd now | Rev. Shaw preached a very force- 
comes this bare-brained preacher say- ' ful sermon on laat Sunday from .^ct 
iag, as tf with candid assurance that 
site- was not dead! They were filled 
with .fcntetr.pt for such ignorant pre- 
•amptlon. "They iaught Him to 
rtom". 

Jesus No Liar 


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D R U a GI ST 

Phone Main 6064 1 , 

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Bi;t the Son nt God wa.< truth itself 

I in 9esh. He would ritet deceive. He 

f was thp S«n of God, and could lot 

j lie. Ke -Haid .she was not dead, and 

I despite the physical fact that she wa^> 

: rjead. to Him she wa.s nm dead. 'I 

said sh" w^s a.sleep. Fo he kn 

yond the lra.owl.-dKe of men. 

Sleepers 


.3 : <;— "Silyer and Gold Have I None, 
but such as I have. Give I Thee," 
etc. 

Vi.s;t this cfaurcb — ^^.Xttecd the F;iir 
and Euzaar. Good music by Professor 
Bycuia's Choir. 

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MT. ZIO(S BAPTIST CHURCH. 

50th and Hooper Avenue 

Rev. Archie J. Williamti'^ 
Acting Pastor 

La.'-r Srrnilay v.a» a day *'• 


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Mndco. 
Vbrck t«th. IR4. 
Ta Wtan It may co pce m : 
To wit: ■ 

Thia i> to certify that I Srireater 
Stewart, do hereby make the foUow- 
tng statement in behalf erf those iater 
ested in the onteome of the case of 
one CHESTCR CABOLTON who was 
for a time cosAned In the prisoB ot 
Tia Jaaaa, B. C Mexico, tor the stay- 
ing of oae Ifexlcan oBcial aad the 
wounding of knother. 

As chairman of the defease faad, 1 
am sabmitting tue' eacloaed informa- 
tion so that -A A cancemed will know 
just where Lvery Jteaay of the doaa- 
tfams went and for what reason, also 

thanking every one who donated to 
»ucb a ^o. thy cattse, for their lapvhrt 
when 1 was making a drive to gain 
Chester Caniltonls freedom. 

1 beg to state that the fbHos^ng 
data was compiled by Miss l^pa 
Greene Smith, of the San Di«o Eagle 
Publishing Ccm^any. and that I have 
in my poi^sessfan receipts fo every 
penny that was taken in or paid out/ 
and any ope wishing to see or exam- 
ine (h^ fuime may do so by getting in 
to}ich with me. 

Respectfully. 

STL STEWART. 
BCx ■^. Tia iaana. B. C. Mexico. 
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, RECEIPTS 

fib 2. laaa. from Chas. Boyd. I SieJC 
Sacram<%oto. Cal. 
(This check, together with J-'l.SG 
received fj^wn SJr. Stewa.T was 
paid to ^tty. Lamadrid on Mardh 
-»th. Trt^l $231.93. as per receipt) 
iiar. 7.. Entertainers Club. Oak- 
land. /Ca!.. Jim Jack:ioa . 26«.10 
Mar. S. Richard Baker. Los .\n- \, 

geles ^ :..'... .1. :«*-lB 

liar. 12. Receipts from Saxc Diesis 

-1st dance -.;- - XKi.1\ 

I .-Vnit .«till due from Windx Joc;^ . 
$26'K).i -'■■ 

Mar. 13. Stite Federation CoL 

\Vomoii'..» Club. San DSego . ' S.00 
.Var. 13. Hint CoUins, Oakland, 

Cal -- Z%X-> 

.Var.?'^. J. W. Graves, Stocltton, 

fai. : . - ^fl."" 

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JOHN LEGLER, Prop. 

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ew b;' ! not f'-"?-^' sooc. All who i/ten.l,-d our , ",, _ and ' Valley f see soUcitinp K?- ' 
. services went away w4?II pliaaed j '^ i " \z\SM 
vith i.hat tiiey hj.l ■^ an.! heard, k:^^ ;. -y! fie wart's trip Nbrth \ 
1 R^v. Williams spore sr both Ihe {^^ paper. 2W.4> 


evening services. Both 


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Pastor 


She waa, to the Master. a3»«e»' He | morning and 
i used- -sim^ ^'>^^. t? HJe-Uia c totes «if , »«»rmoc8 of ifce Acting Pastor were 
r rjizareth^ier obTiVo- jrears ISfef. yet 


■foWowed by remarks of the 
they did n6t understand Him. "Onr ei«^ Rev. A. J. Stokes, 
friend Laaareth sleep«h", said He: At the afternoon service, which was 
•but I go that I. may a*ake hto." It | «n<l«f the auspices of th-- Baptist 
»a.s on tbUs occasion tkat He -aade. Minister'.'? Union. Rev. H. D. Prowd. 
that famoufl statement, misapplied by Pastor Be;,hel Baptist Church, preach 
rferrfng to physical death. I ed. Rev^ 



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many as 


Stokes in bis remarks af- 
which He did not mean at'all, "I am 'er th^ sermon, stated that the S3r- 
tte resnrrejitlon and the life. He that ! mon preached by Dr. Prowd was one 
beiieveth toi me, tho he were dead, yet j of the best sermons he had ever 
shall he lite again. And whoseoverj hea^. 

that liveth and believeth in Me shall I Next Sunday morning. March 30, 
never ^die." This will be literally true 
when He coines again. O that men un- 
derstood. Then should we be delivered 
from fanatical cree<te that divide 
ChristiaaiiQr and dishonor God. 

The God of The Living/ 

Jssus tri«E to make the^ matter 
plain later frhen He referred to God 
as the Gcd Of Abraham. Isaac and Ja- 
cob, saying. "God is no? the Gd<} of 
the dead, but cf the lf^'i^^: for- nil 
live unto Hiim." Matt. ^2: 31. 32. Uike 
20:3S. , 

Brought Th Light 


Hicks, L. A. GolJeiH 

No. S6 18 00 

So. Saov ch . iomn d. to oj 

May 22. Results from 2nd trip north 

plu.-? smaH donations sent by mail 

iSee letters) 107.77 i 

May 2.i. Check turned in by Chas. ' 

Dodge due from 2nd trip 

.\orth : 2i8«] 

June 4. Proceeds from San Diego 

last dance 82.13 

June 4. Proceeds from San Diego 

last dance . — 37.60 


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at 11 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Stokes will 
pteach his first sermon. ,| 

lAl the afternoon service next Sun- 1 
day Rev R.'N. Holt. Pastor St. Paul j 
Paul Baptist Church and Moderator i 
Western Baptist As.'io. wtll preach. | 

Nest Sunday will be a big day at \ 
Zion. The Choir will be at its best, i 

.411 welcome. j 

REV. ELDRME GOES! 
TOSEAHLE I 


Rev. .1. .\. \\. Eldrldge. popular pa: 


Jisits _could sp«a(k with wisfdoTO and 
authority on thefee matters, for He 
abolisht deaith aad brought Ufe and 
immortality to/ light thru the gospel. 
Notice, wni you, that the statements 
we quote do just that. Tney abolish 
fleath and mak^j it but sle.-;?. And they 
brine life and immortality to light. 
Whit if they will net see? The matter 
has oKTki^ biought to ligl't and mado 

perfpotlv piain. Faith scei. Presump- Prcw'-^uis young preachers 
ti«„ ...^..'n,,.!. c commnaity. He is always 


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EXPEHOITURES 

Mar. 2r>.Joh^ lioe for services ren- 
dered (official). I 50«.00 

Apr. \'i. \V. H. Crawford, Amer. 
.\.tty. for services rendered on 
this side, preparing papers ta the 
'■ase. trips, etc, '.- IW.OtI 

July 1 (Same as Mar. 2»th . *».*) 

jui ». To Ira Smith, preparing pe-, 
titii>ns, mailing same, pftntfng 
matter, long distance telephone 
calls, telegraftis and stenograph- 
ic services 7i-0'> 

Aug. 43., (Same 4(3 Mar. 29th). 250.00 


i ; »112.=i.l)0 

deposited ...$1235.J9 

1125.00 


! Total; amt. 
Expended 


tor of te Trmlty Baptist Church, left i g^, ^ ^^^^ ^^ j^ 1903 
the city this week for ScattU'. Wash.. ! junp_Rpc ,i from J. H. Griffin. 15.00 
where he will hold a ten weeks' revl- j^ ^^ Mexican counsel for afflxing 
val for IJT. W. n. Carter, pastor of j ^^,^ ^^ affidavitsi to be mailed to 


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'Bead<i«tftera for Turkeys, Gcoe, Docks and Chickens. Wt 
dros tkem whilcTon waiL We retail at whblesate prices. 

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^ Nor does what Jesus said reflect 

i'' .11:6 soul- As it the soiil mus- Heave the 
ilfjdy, and then go and .?'.• into tht 
♦ j crave with the body auil ;;r- to *»eep. 
f I Paul said "I ram in a stralf betwixt' 
X I two havtni. a desire io dispart and be 

♦ I with Christ"; Phil. I. 
J I Now ni> part of .Cbri.st* is in the 

♦ I Br4ve. Agftin He sailih "Wl^ilst we ar'- 
I ' at home in the body, we are absent 

from the LoW: but wilUng rather to 
be absent litsta the body und to ue 
present ^itjl the Lord. 11 fcr. 5 1-9. 
Those who teach that ,the soul 
sleeps in the grave say (that he" 
means the gfave. That will Snever rto. 
Speak again; _0 Ugh t of the Worldr 
Give us light on this. Luke 12:5 — "But 
! forewarn ye whom ye shall -ear: 
fear Him which after He Wth fcOIed 
hatk n6wer to cast into *(bB". But 
mind yon He ha.s Josl told i^i not u> 
fear them that kin th* body ^od »ft.»^r 
that have ad mWe that thryi caa do. 


of the most 
of this 
ways suppllied 
with a message filled with informa- 
tion and brtm full of in.-ipiratjon and 
no dt)iibt the people' ot Seattle will be 
benetittted by hfa vtiilt. 


Msxlco City, Mei. 

SVL STEWART, 

Tia Juaaa. Mei. 


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mean Ue graTe. Sheol onil HajJas «id 
Gehenna aerer «A meaa tkr; ti^h 
where the ho^ l» barie«lr ^h* ^ 
are. sometimes agaratirriy traaiteta* 
grare. Nevwfithe toab or sapakfrp. 


FIRST BAPTtST CHURCH 

Furlong Tract 

Rev. A. T, Mines, Pastor 

Our^ services pa last -Sunday in 
spile of tile weather were' well attend- 
e»l. We were pleased to have Dr. Cart- 
er. R.ev. BuUer and Rev. Featherston 
worship with u.'i. The ^stirmon 
preached by Rev. Biitler In the morn- 
ing service was quite npWftiiiig. 

This being the cfi).se of our first 
week's revival at lit. Olive, we feel 
Immensely indebted to God for the 
out pour of His spirit. 

Thus far there has been aronnd fif- 
teen souls saved aad others he&Ied. 

Rev. Hine? seems to be at his best, 
and completely lost ia the s^rit. 

The door of cpportonity is nowiop' 
en and the waters- are sarely troafllc* 
the$ why not toaigbt? ' ' 

■■ CJne ot ths most remarkable heal- 
iags took piacu ktxt Thursday night 
when a heart brufien mother itsked 
Re*. Harris to pray for. her son who 
wasi very sick aad was -to be taken lo 
the ospital, so be 4ld ood ia bis pray- 
er be asked Qoi that the hoy might 
testify that at this certain time which 
was about 9.IS that he feit a change 
la hhi body. 


Howard Gradnaie 

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rolnnibi.i. S. C. March 25.— Samuel 
.Vance, former Howard fjuversity 
student, has written a letter to the 
State, leadinc dalljr newspaper, in 
which he take? occasion to criticise 
the sermon of tho Rev. F. J. Grimke, 
in which the latter took a shot at the 
white mans religion which condones 
the prejudice ejcisting thranghout A- 
merica. Rev. Grimke is one of the 
trustees of Honfard. Xaaee, in his let- 
t«r, asserts that:Grimk« drfe? not rap- 
resent the true"Howard splHt, nor the 
feeling of 3en9i|)le Negroes anywhere. 
and demands 'that the university of- 
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NEW MAGAZINE. ' . J 

The American Commoner is a new production along the 
line of magazines and published at San Francisco. Jne gen- 
eral make-up and contents of this magazine is creditable to 

the highest degree. A ^,^„„„A^r. 

The Hon. Oscar Hudson is president; Titus Alexander, 
vice-president; W. J. McLamore, field secretary and that genial 
and classical genius, Louis Fremont Baldwin, Editor in chief. 

May this venture take its place aniong the leading peri- 
odicals of the land. 

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PARK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY MOVING ON. 

With the office of the Roosevelt Memorial Park Cemete^ 
Association moved; to new quarter, with Ti)tus Alexander in 
charge, the Golden Opportunity to porehase lots in this the 
most modern memorial park of all times \s still available; and 
if you regret in years to come, it will not be for reason, of lack 
of opportunity. Call and see Mr. Alexander or his corps of 
courteous representatives at the Y. W. C. A. building on East 
12th street, near Paloma.. 

PRODOCE IS THE SLOGAN 

After a swing around the counlar and viewing the ef- 
forts of our group with a critical eye, we are more convinced 
than ever before that our Nation-wide slogan should be that 
of production. We must qualify as producers frem the soil 
of the earth in all sections and all dimes; and also producers 
along every other line of effort. The day is not far distant 
when all producers will set the price upon their own products 
and when that day comes to pass, those who qualify will indeed 
be tie ones who will enjoy prosperity in all of its fulness. 

On our journey in the East, we addressed many gather- 
ings, and taking advantage of the fact that most all whom we 
met looked with longing eyes to the Pacific Coast, we called 
attention to the marvelous opportunities which are at hand in 
this section aldng the line of production, and dwelt upon the 
wonderful success of the Japanese whose place has been wrest- 
ed from him by the enactment of the alien land law. We sug- 
gested, if filled by members of our group, it would be a solution 
to the great problem and at the same time raisp our group up 
to a commanding position in the commercial world not only on 
the Pacific Coast, but of the Nation as well. 

So lest we forget, keep in mind the slogan of "PRODUC- 
TION." 


OH! FORANlsiuE. 

Abraham Lincoln in trying a case in court discovered that 
he had no foundation in fact or law. He made a notation to 
follow in his argument to the jury, which read "skin the de- 
ftendsnt." .That siBjeras to be the plight of our distinguished 
United States Senator, Hiram Johpson. With no issues, he 
rants about the country abusing President Coolidge and his 
own party. What a difference four years ago when he had an 
issue — ^The League of Nations. We frankly admit that when 
our senior Senator has a real issue, he can go some ! But, un- 
fortunately for him in this campaign) he is a statesman without 
•n issue. ,. " ' ■ 


The harpies now sit up and criticize, while Roscoe Sim- 
"mons, heading the Lincoln League, kept busy and actually did 
tile wal work which brought about the confirmatioi! of '^al- 
ter Cohen. Let Roscoe Simmons and the Lincoln League have 
foil credit, f<H- they are certainly entitled to it. 


HE CA^ BREAD^HE GETS STONE IN TURN. 

' Unjust criticisiii has been heaped upon the head' of the 
w«H-knovn and generous hearted Sylvester Steward of Tia 
' JuADA, for no other reason than the fact that he sacrificed and 
tolM to lend succor and relief to one. of his friends and ac- 
quAintaaees in the person of Chester Carltoq, who killed a 
Vcxfean and was apt to face the firing squad across the border 
in tniatioo of the crime. 

Steward, when his fiiettd was incarcerafted, immediately. 

gat busy in his behalf. The one requisite to save Chester was 

to ptQCure money and quite a deal of it for those Mexican: <^ 

. ^i«hi across the border. With will and enthusiasm unustiaU 

tVawmrd visited various cities and towns and arouse^l ' the 

ftfonds and acquaintances of this young man to the gravity of 

.tbe-iftDAition. He apeiit kundreds of doUaiB of his own money ; 

. AOd M • result, the amount was raised dJs indicated by a de- 

tafl#d statement in another column of this paper. The devious 

vMfienmnRted toward propoganda to soothe the wrath of the 

MMicM people before a trial of the case wvuld out-do fiction 

Ml m ;riiingm«»\ 0be would think gratitude would be ex- 

ut;in the premises, especially on the part of the defend- 

i|B Ae ease, but not so it seems, for he has made his escape 

' wr we told that'he is moi«t vttidictive toward Stewart; and* 

d to M breadcAstM A itory whiefc would even r^- 

tbe integri^ of Ms b<ahef«etw. 

r, talB»li^|n>m us; Sari. StowAXd! m«yljwve his. jfifoet 

i^^ggllfiKi aad frottl^amm'iih^ but *e can youcli for^ his 

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EOTTDRIAL llCDErEMpfillCE. "'^ 

Byr CHAVNjCiY TOWNSEND^ , 

Bditoria] 'independence is ji rock on; which, 
many new^a^r institutions have been oiiiiiouBly 
shattered. 

it is chiefly because Of this, carrying with it its 
tacit but ominous suggestion, that so many elditon 
in the past fifteen years have lessened the j>ut|>ut of 
fiery retorts and~ scorching ^criticism, thre^^fourths 
of the big metropolitan dailies , are con^^yative, 
conservative^ in that they are ifrjaid to briiaM the 
tide; of populir opinion, even when that ti^eis set ' 
in.tne wrong direction. But we of this paper are 
not going to abide by certain conventions establish- 
ed by cowards who were afraid to speak. We are' 
going to tell about 4t all. We are going to tiake it 
up where the iconoclasts of the ninfete^ith century 
left off; aiid, in sportsmanlike spirit. We are going 
to preach the gOspel of righteousness ;until every 
shim and ev^ry artifice^ shrivels up, in , the cold, 
clear air of our elucidations ! , , .1 . v. . 

NiEGRO THEATRICALS. ^ ' 

Negro theatricals in the last half century have 
undergone strange and revolutionary changes. No 
more is the swash-bqckling, slap-stick, black-face 
Sambo stuff in any sense as popular as it was during 
the close of the nineteenth century. 

The innovation now is that form 'gf Russian 
drama headed by Miss Evelyn Preer. It was that 
which set a-ftutter more gossip and comment in 
theatrical circles than New York has seen since 
Brander Matthews staged "Apology" starring the 
petite and pretty Mias Tell. 

The Negro, it was said, was biologically ill* 
fitted to play drama. But a few liberal critic* at- 
tacked it on the' grounds that no canon of con- 
structive dramatic criticism can circumscribe with- 
in any particular racial group any especial form of 
art. It was indicated that Miss Preer, on the con- 
trary, showed marked ability and consummate 
mastery of stage fundamentals' and technique ; and 
that her pantomime was comparable to that of 
Mme. Nazimova. 

The whole thing as we see it calls to mind the 
established truth that, whenever Negroes affect the 
pocketbooks of white men, whether they do it 
through their amusements, their labor, their lit- 
erary talent or any of their economic services, they 
may always expect the yellow press to rattle and 
cackle and squeel like a ship-load of monkeys in a 
storm I - . 

But we should forget this damnable opposition, 
take ourselves in handpind assiduously develop our^ 
latent poweri^. 

^ The moment we do this, WE ARE' HEADED 
FOI^ THE HEIGHTS! . '' 

JUSTICE WITH SYMPATHY. 

Mrs. L^la Rogers, standing on the very brink 
of motherh^d, was acquitted of a charge of the 
murder of her husband in the criminal courts of 
Los Angeles last Tuesday. 

Astute readers may well learn something from 
this. Here was a woman whose life had been made 
miserable by neglect an<| by abuse. Svkifed by an 
elemental passion, she committed the act which 
brought her before the bar of justice. Six mothers 
and' six fathers sat in judgment upon her. In sev- 
enteen minutes, they returned a verdict which set 
her free. But what of those whose lot it is to pay? 
Is the judgment which we pronounce upon many 
made puppets of fate always characterized, as in 
this, by sympathy? Do we not show a [tendency 
unavowed but clearly apparent to unkindly hasten 
the processes of the law without singling out the 
deeper causes and motives which actuate men and 
women to commit crime? "Every character in the 
drama of life," you may reply, "is a fi^e moral 
agent, and is therefore answerable for evenrthing 
he does." But are we not conscious of the fact 
that in a civilization like ours many men and wo- 
men of fine character . and indomitable powers of 
will have been driven to unpardonable sins, solely 
because that by degree and degree they were se- 
duced from reason and rational conduct? "The 
world has been made safe for democracy. There 
need not now be any fear that any such mad de- 
sign as that of the ignorant and insolent Hohen- 
zoUems may prevail against it." But the world has ' 
not been made safe for teeming hundreds who 
through abject poverty and misery are^ ever and 
anon forced to commit crime. . . - . " 

Justice without sympathy is not just. We are 
intricately interdependent and interrelated -with 
each other. We must seek therefore to discover 
wherein we can safely and sanely allow those rela- 
tions to be fharked, not merely by a shallow, swag- 
gering sentimentality, tut by sympathy which 
emanates from trUe Chiist-like altruism. ' 


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JOHNSON THE 'IIEFORMER." . 

In opening his campaigh at Omaha last Tues- 
day, Hiram Johnson is reported as saying "If Presi- 
dent Coolidge wanted to clean up the Teapot 
Dome situation, he could do it in 48 hours." 

On its very fac'e the remark is ridiculously ab- 
surd! It is not in the power of any man, however 
abilited, to purge this government of v its iniquity 
and corruption in so amazingly a short time. In its 
deeper ramifications and remote relations, it will 
probably take years to completely clear up the 
scandalous bribery and cunning chicane in- 
volved in the oil investigation. At best, it is merely 
one of the many statements characteristic of 
Senator Johnson whenever he finds himself |o|aag 
out with people whose ponfidence he has betrayed, 
'wiiose interests he has hastily forgotten, wfhow in- 
fluence he has recklessly exploited ! i 

He has seen his doom in returns from State- 
wide. Presidential primaries throughout many 
parts of the United States; and now he tiriakes a 
frantic attempt to put President Coolie^ in an un- 
favorable light.' / : 

He tltinks himsf^ the most utterly rebellious 
and incorrigible penkmage in the United! States 
Senate ; but he is very much deceived. H^ is only re-^ 
bellious when, he is makingj» campaign speech; as 
soon as he iiiB beep eleited to office, he mVariably 
c«iMB d4wil, «ad imngafK «tt idr of rohitix-like si- 
len&^on All qiiwtioiiA vitAlVto »w S«gn. H it 

Ttot te tioi^jiMiudewAtihAet; tariiiMd eAftay 
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■ ■ grave t«e«Q>omimBiy widch jgoes wHh < the office. 
Far:Jwis thf discovery of what they, cannot* do,- 
• nhld|»aii^tl!tet.t<^ attempt, that transforms reform- 
er« j^to Mteime^; and great should be the joy of 
the world over every reformer who comes to 
;hi?nself," 

' 1' I I ' ' ' ' ' . i ■ 

'.If] J - ^Tom by the haunting persuasion of lost op- 
portunities, expo^ by his opponents of villany 
and insincerity, he' may receive some support from 
a few "hat in hand darkies," but as far as being 
backed by the majority of Negro vo,ters, he is 
doomed to defeat! V\ 


from rilUioia; irnM(c.F. UtaahMt. •»» 
reUry. to Mr. AdaniB: Mr*. JKedm Me* 
Oormielu and Miaa Bdwatda, ««0 
cliarfe lof the CooUdSv ^eaaipa 
wwk aipoKK wowen ta ll«r<3kl«»» 
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% SCHOLAR WHO RULED THE WHITE HOUSE.** 

i i "The Messenger" .ma'ifazine facetiously re- 
marks that "Woodrow Wilson was a scholar who ' 
iftULED die White House." ,- 

The capitalization is ours, made so to bring . 
out the effect of so sage a remark. Indeed it was. ■\ 
principally- through Mr. Wilson's classical attain- 
ments that he exerted so truly an irresistible influ- 
ence over the American people in • this country. 
Of course his statement carries with it th^ silent 
implication that he was courageous and , deeplyV 
. con8(;ientious ; but the most salient tran about himT^v 
w;as his matchless scholarship. We loved Harding^,- 
for his dignified conservatism, and, although w^- j , 
knew of ins limitations, we gave him considerable-;, - 
backing inNnany things Tghich he proposed. We' . 
>rove Lincolijl for;his simiilicity, Washington for his- ** 
t prophetic ins^ht, Roosevelt for his gallantry, and 
' iljrmpathize deepljj with Taft because his election to 
the Presidency Jwas as premature as he was at that 
time incapable of capably filling the office. AndT 
while they are all highly esteemed for their great \i 
virtues, Wilson was chiefly "a scholar who RULED 
the white Hou.se." He was es.sentially a literary 
star. A whole philosophy may be found embodied - 
in some of his phrases. No one can pass over such 
striking things as "the imperative mandates of 
conscience;" ahd "watchful waiting;" and "peace 
without victory" and "too proud t^ight" without 
stopping in the middle of the senwnce, carefully 
analyzing it, and endeavoring to perceive Its mean- 
ingful suggestion. ' ' ^ .L 
British biographers may ungrudgingly ap- 
plaud Lloyd George for his great driving power, 
Asquith for his sagacity, Beaconsfield for his 
shrewdness? Bonar Law for his genuine talent in 
plarliamentary debate, and Stanley Baldwin for his 
courage in trjing to carry on in the face of op- 
position; but, amusingly enough, posterity will *% 
know of Woodrow Wilson , as "a scholar who 
RULED the White House." \ , . ,..• 


keadqaaHen. as 
pTOiBia4)«t colored 
coBTenthm. 

In this aattiBK. Roaeoe C. _ 
aa he delivered hie aMreaa. waa at 
his beat. "Tfaia eonvnitloo'', lie iiaM. 
"represents the Kolden heart o( the 

'^American Necro. who beKeraalB him- 
self, injiis country and his cooBtlT- 
men". H»^ald a glownij: tribate to 
Major John, R. Lynch, honorary ptea- 
Ident of the Lincoln lyeague of Amer- 
ica and reviewed the incidents lead- 
lOK up to his' election aa temportuT 

Chairman of the Republican National 
Convention in 1884, and in a flicht of 
oratory he exclaimed that "when I 
thinir John R. Lynch is growing old, I 
remen^r I^rry Howard is stlH 
young." At the conclusion he ''<;aUe4 
the roil of the convention", the namea 
(St delegates of distincion and old 'Ot 
heir achievements. 

John 1*. ^Vdams, the gnest of. hono^ 
was then presented. Mr. Adama' re-'- 
m^rks were confined to Abraham 'Uot- 
coin and an ^peal "to aspire to that 
-kterlinK RpipuDlicaniRm hat wa« laid 
down for ui< so clearly by the man wa 

, j'ememl)er now." 


ON THE STARK STUPIDITY OF "MR. JACK 
MOONFIXER." 

■ "Mr. Jack Moonfixer" strikingly 
the well known truth that ignorance 


illustrates ' 
professes 


disgust for complexities which ignorance "cannot 
understand. ^ ' 

It is because of his insffiility to write effectively 
and in conformity to estab.li.shed canons of compo- 
sition that he assiduously attacks rhetoric and stu- 
pidly avers that in the use of it there is never an 
element of thought. This militant old fossil, in his 
haste to use his, whip on others, has failed to em- 
brace opportunities which would have given him 
first-rate knowledge on many subjects of universal 
interest, opportufaities which would have made of . 
him a discerning thinker and put him alongside ' 
with others who lard really contributing something 
to journalistic thought; and now, humiliated by his 
oWn stupidity, he tries his hand at poking jibes at 
others wh9,have multiplied their. talents and are us- 
ing jthem as best they can for some specific pur- 
pose. In his recent tilt with the Belles Lettre^ 
Club, he frequently scoffed at their use of the" writ- 
ings of others in their indignant reply to him ; and 
foolishly remarked that as long as they quoted 
from the works Of others, just so long would he re- 
main convinced that they could not think them- 
selves.^ Now, every thoughtful and well read 
person; knows that it is an unmistakable demon- 
stration in literary craftmanship to be able to make 
an opposite and striking reference to those literary ' 
works which have stood the test of time. But 
"Jack Moonfixer" ig so refreshingly stuprd that he 
cannot see that they quoted from the works of 
other?, not because they were unable to accurate- 
ly express their own thought, BUT BECAUSE 
THEIR QUOTING CARRIED WITH IT THE 
AUTHORITY OF THE AUTHOR'S NAME ! 

Eighteen months is not a long time in the" life -' 
of an individual ; but, in eighteen months, "Jack"' 
Moonfixer," if he starts how, ' can almost com- 
pletely atone for his gross ignorance by taking an 
inventory of his ideas and by setting himself to the" 
task of improving his mind, for no self-respecting ^ 
person can continue to maintain his self-respect as 
16ng a^ he remains impervious to every helpful 
suggestion or to opportunities which open the way 
for him to mental efficiency and high, honorable 
standing in the community. No one is implacablly 
bent upon assassinating him. He is one of the race.- 
He has hardships just as we all have ; and we be- 
lieve that, if we must criticize a man for his short- ' 
comings, We should do it with the purpose of help- ' 
ing him constantly in mind ! ' " . 

-* ^"i* }t ^® ^^^ "o* t**^® this suggestion, turn 
Li**'?l"J'y over m his mind, and seek to improve ** 
himself by it, we are gomg to openly defy him for • 
the impudent and obdurate idiot that he is ! ' 


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AS YOU SEE riK ^ 

By: BOYD RHETTA A 
(Contint^d from Last IssualJ 

Nbrniiiatlena: R. r. church, Mem- 
phla, Tann., Chairman. 

11m attenUon ot the convenUon was 
tliaa ealtod to (he tallnre of Ohio Re- 
pnblioaaa. to pat a colored man on the 
alata ot Cotttldge d'alesates to the Na- 
tiouU Convention by B. T. Banks of 
Dayton, Ohio. The convention author- 
iod a teiecram o be aent to Hoke Bon- 
ithen,; the Coolidge campaicn mas- 
asai' in Ohio. It waa aa follows: 

"Wa, tke Lincoln Leasue of. Ameri- 
ca in contantlon aaaeinbled, conaeiona 
of thte inemae Ui the delegated rep- 
reaenatlon of Ohio in the Republican 
National Convantion, urge the prpprie- 
tv of |»laeta« a colorod member on 
VUt OUs Macatten alnrga". t 

Join L.: W«Mib «C Bo 8prl«Ka. Ark., 
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a resolution, a, copy of which was to 
be aent to H.' L. Remmel, Repnbli(ian 
National Committeeman tor Arkanaaa, 
stating that the failure tojdecl any 
colot«d men 'to membership on the 
state committee and to give represen- 
tation to coloi^ RepubUcans on the 
delegation to the National Cocventlan 
"will be detrimental to the beat mter- 
est of the Republican party through- 
out <the Nation." 

' The morning session of the oonven-' 
ttenthen adjourned. ' 

Prea|dent'a Addreiaa .- 

On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, 
the seoond session ot the conviention 
waa held. 

After the report 0( the q^ehtials 
committee. President Simmons b^pm 
tds wiftns to the canrantloB. Ssatad 
OB the platfoTb wqre Jobh T. Ada^a, 
ekalriMB ot the HasnUican NnUl||au 
OottaihUee, the cntkt.ot honor; lIcAU 
MeOomlck, Ualtad Stataa Saoator 
(To be CoBtiaaea) 


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NOTltE TO CREDITORS - .. 

Estate of _ Ev-an."! N.' Harris, ■de- 
ceased. Xotlce is hereby given by .the 
umjprsigned James if. Shackelford. 
fiiecutor, Qf the Efuke of Evans N. 
Harris, deceased, to tJi^ Creditors ef,_ 
and al) persons. having ^(laim8 against 
the' said deceased, to exhibit them 
■CcUh the necessary vouchers, within 
four (4) months after the tirst publi- 
cation of this notice, to the s^ld 
James H. Shackelford, at the office o' 
James H. Shackelford, at number 
1.H17 Central avenue. City ot Los An- 
geles, County of Los Angeles. State of 
California, which said office the under- ■ 
signed .selects as a place of business 
in all matters connected with said es- 
tate, or to file them with the neces- 
sary vouchers, within four (4) months 
after the first publication of this no- 
tice in the office of the Clerk of the 
Superior Court of the State of .Cali- 
fornia in and for the County o^ Los 
Angeles. 
Dated March 19. 1924. _ 

JAMES H. SHACKELFORD 

Ehcecutor of the Estate of Evans 

N. Harris. Deceased. 
"1317 Central Avenue. 

Los 'Angeles, California. 
E. C. JENXIXGS, Esq., 
Attorney for Executor, ( j ' 

427 Bry'son Building. 
Los .Angeles. California. 

Date of first publication, March 
21. 1924. 


Public Auditors 

Public Stenographers 
I 

General Reporters 

— In the Office of — 

BIGGERS* BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

ROOMS 18 AND 19 . 
Cosmopolitan Bldg. 
843 Central Ave. 

Phone:825-288 

If it Is letters, legal papers of any 
kind, sermons, addresses, or anything 
in writing— type or serpt, WE DO iTi 
Work guaranteed. We can get yon 
out 1000 letters in an haur's time. We 
are open for business day and nigbt— 
8 A. M. to 11 P. M. • 

Our Equipment: Light-touch High , 
Serial Number typ^trriters, Daltonr 
Adding Macbines. Burrongh's Adding 
and Listing Machines. Boftxnigbs' 
Auditing and Rapid- Calculating, Mim- 
eograph Machine. Electrical Edipbone 
and Busihess Man's Dictaphone. 

C. A. BIGGERS, A. M.. Oen'L Hgr. 


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atraina ^f Sunnyland Jazz Eattar Men- 
day night. Third and Main. Dancing 
tn ^ ■ " 

Heun: 1:30 to 4:30 

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MULTIGRAPHING 

Circular LDttors a Specialty 
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are m^y more reasons given and so 
many more reasons, w-hy I should be 
fa> deqiand (or when one stops to can- 
aider Seriously the question after baT- 
\m% had a spin in both, they becoate 
conriaced that there is Just as mocb 
diCereBce t>etween the two types as 
between a Oat car and a passenger 
coach 6b the railroad. 
The- closed car l>egaa to seriously 
in the antomobOe 


worid in 1915. Of comae prerloiia to 
this mdBy ttf the vealtkier clan tiM* 
to parchase one cteasia , and two- 
bodies, one open aad one eiased. Dar- 
iB 1923. adtoordiBc to igaKa trtan the 
Class Jonmal Co<np*i>y> > (oH 35 per 
cant of adt cars produced and shipped 
byi the aatoaiobile iadastry 'were 
ci«aed ear*. 

iThaa ode ca» see tiere is an in- 
creasiac demand {(nt it. In fact to 
sneh an! extent that the Pord, Cherro- 



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oC Oe iBaapaiMve tyvca pT ear* are 
Rtvte« caaaMeraHe Xllfmt ^ the 4evri- 
aiawiJMUiiit- of sasM. 
the paMIe toUy r«aU»e 
iheb' valae edHi a ^taad^oiat of 
health and coaresieace thp toariag 
car wiU marh what. I say, become oh- 
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i924 Stephens, 5-Pass., Disc Wheels.. .. 

1&23 Chandler Dispatch 

' 1922 Buidt Touring x 

-1^20 Appiea^on Speedster .....]. 

1923 Essex- Touring, new paint: l 

1921 Dodge Touring % 550.00 

,1920 Paige Touring % 550.G|0 

a920 Case Touring \ : % 500.00 

1918 Cadillac Touring, nfew paint blue. % 975.00 

1923 bodge Roadster .,.i ? 65^.?fO 

1923 Ford Roadster ..:..: % 300.00 

1923 Star Coupe ....::::.- ...r ...$ 525.00 


CARS, 

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625.00 
800.00 
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850.00 




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FVe^V^ traflc laaajeei* of the aato- 
motire iAdaatry. mevbers o( the N'a- 
tioiuti Aatoaiqkile Chantber of Com- 
merce (oikrwfas a meetfBK ia Detroit 
have appealed to Senator James Con. 

FzenK. member of te Senate c<a&mittee 
on Interstate Commerce, to aid an eC- 
(ort to defeat the Gooding Bill that 
proposes mote rigid applieatioa ot 
ihat section of the Interstate Com- 
rarece Act known tm the "looc and 
short-hani chtnae." 

Disputes as to making, under cer- 
tain coodititins, lower rates to more 
distant petets are now aabject to In- 
yestt^tMB and decision; by tbe Inter- 
state Commerce Cbmmission. Tie 
GootUBK bill woald make this more 
dafenlt. The geseral feeling among 
commercial interest^ is that compe- 
tition amoiig carriers woald l>e re- 
strained by the proposed new law. 
Aineag the leadiBg i^tr and truck 
ntakem represented " at the Detroit 
mf^tirtS of protest were: niiick, Ca<I- 

[ ijhac. rhvvrulof. CteKefaml. . Dodge. 
Dnr2nf,,nrnt, nydsoo. ilntt^mntiepril 
lUrvnstPb, Ijncoli, MaiweH, Mason 
Motor Tnitk. OaklfUid. Olrtsmohile, 
Packard. Pleree;Arraw. Studebaker. 
White and General Iwjtpra TrafBc As- 

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ay tkfaiaa abaat U> ar tkat ha 
drcaated of bafote, aa4 wUik> 
Mat ao bara to kunr. Head 
ctete better tbe goad serrica 'Oat to 
baSU into the ayermgc Biackiatw VHr- 
thermore, be will lean that »aay at 
hia pac^ uittculUe* were diatiaetiy 
the taol of b£s anrn aegloct. It daes 
'e« all «aod oaoe k a vhite to "get 
oat aad s«t ■■4er".— AaUwiohila Df- 
geat. 


(From the A aso ci a te d Xegro Press) 
BSITOiR'S NOTEr-The '*rtat 
mad" of Seaatarial Tinyestigatioos^ 
wliich haxe been damped into the.pab- 
Us coacctoaaaeaa far 'the past tew 
raoBt h s , hewflderiag the hoarest heart- 
ed cttixea and sowf^ the seeds of 
diaeoat^U. has se^ingly more tbaa 
spent its force. Much of the "newa 
scandal.'^ in the opinioo of tJionghtfU' 
tieopie. has been far beneath the dig- 
nity oftbe ^reat United States Sen- 
ate. Polttlcal bias and personal gmdge 
have greatly hampered wtiateyer oC 
tratb or wrong that migM be oncor- 
ered. The Associated ^egro Press 
has heretofore urged calmness, and 
a getting back to first principles. It 
seems timely, therefore, ih this fluid 
state of oncertainty, to ^Te to the 
pnbiic through the press, die fall text 
of the address detiyered by Dr. Fran- 
cis: J. Grimke. pasta- of the famoos 
klflceath Street Presbyterian Church, 
Washiagbut. some time sinee, bat 
which bag created national sensatioa 
because of its boldness. 7%° Congress 
cf the United States has discnsaed it 
exteasireiy on several oecaaieoa, be- 
cause of Br. Sriodie's relation with 
Howard ^University. It is a master- 
piece of dictioo and reasoaiag. 


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present program of some dealers to 
encourage car owners to perform for 
ihemsehres the many sdmII repairs 
ami adjusftmenta that heretofore have 
been either grafted from the dealer 
or else purchased at an eitrayagant 
price according *« *'"' dealer's own. 
protoethre tmpsises. Primarily, the av- 
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Chlcasgo, in„ >rareh Zi^Patroas A 

the Saturday afternoon dancise claxs 
at ehBL Avpap»ttox cbth. one of th»i 
most exrinsive social organiiatieas ia | 
"Jth'^ cify. In a recent debate, "Re-| 
solred.i that dancing is more of a patji ( 
thaa a pieaswre". werp treated to the l 
surprise wtren the judges aanonaced • 
that the affirmative had won. One rfj 
the debaters argjued that ehiropodistk 
say tliat the muorfty of tha patients, 
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fcwiirto C*ai»onMl; Beadliiglit GIpbca; Ford 
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PdJttps : Jacks;— ^ fiuct idl Aoto Soppfin at a saviBS. 

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WOMEN JMMnUY CMAMt. . 
tNTgi y tolotEltS 

The WDOica olFwesley OlMpel lieaA' 
e4 by Mln A. Moms entertained tl» 
wc-'-ti) war Teterana (ram the 8oi<Mera 
Home at Bawtell llast Monday eve- 
^ios wi^' a sumptaoos feaat and' an 
elabarate literary procrain. 4tty Lew- 
is K. Beeks, as Maater St Certimonlee 
handled the program 'in cood form, 
aad the soldtera who were ^neata of 
hoaor were highly enterrtalned by 
the trihniea of reapect accorded ''tiMm. 


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Mr. and Mrs. S. Johnson of E. SSth 
StreiBt.i>Mr. an^ Mrs. fiorest Pickett 
and Mr. Walter Miles, motored to San 
Dieco and Tia Juana Sunday, and re- 
port a pleasant trip. 

SUDKNIY 

On last Saturday moraine at the 
home of Mra. K. Barr on West 30th 
atraet where he roomed. Dan H. 
Adama well known and pioneer cltix- 
en was found dead in his bed room. 

He had been in the employ of Mr. 
Clark tor 14 year» and was for many 
years the itead waiter of the Darby 
Hotel. His death was caused from 
heat failure. His funeral was held at 
Wesley Chapel, Tuesday conducted 
by Smith ft Williams. Hcf leaves a. 
wife and daughter and v host of 
friends who mourn his lossJ 

JOBNSON AND PRO- 
BATION 

A naited sentiment of the people 
of this -vicinity is thatX. M. Johnson 
who was conTicted several weeks ago 
of oiansIauKhter should receive pro- 
tkatioD, and we are sure that the pro- 
batk>n officers and Judge Pumell will 
respond to the same, bowing to the 
expressed wish of the jury, which 
recommended leni^Cy and the will 
of the people. No ftiirer Judge ever 
presided on the bench thnn Jits honor 
Judjire Ptimell. 

GRAND ORATORICAt.: CONTEST 


Stunning, i James, 
green taffeta frock; Mrs. Cogc, in aijIiOren* 
afteraoon gown of gorgeous brown,: 
medailion lace, hand-beaded with 
moes-grene, rose trimmings. 

Mrs.' John Woodson, wife of a 
Philadelpldlii diamond broker, is said 
o be modeling a hat for Mrs. Mar- 
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On April 10. 1924, in the Old Col- 
lege Chapel of XT. S. C, the Belles 
Let res nnb of U. S. C. will present 
a repr,e8entative from the various Los 
Angeles High Schools in an Oratpri- 
cat Contest. We solicit the attendance 
of the public. 8:35 p. m. Admtesion 25 

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Apri 10, 1924. Old College ,Cbapel 
of U.'B. C 8:00 p. m. Orand Oratori- 
cal Cbntest between representatives 
fnna'Los Angeles High Schools Don't 
fOrgeC to attend. Admission 25 cents. 


ANNOUNCEMENT 


Miss Mand Benla]> Black, danghter 
<4 MM. Chester S. BhRk had Mr. Rleh- 
arii^X CHy, wtaM Joined In wedlock 
reatoK, March 20th at the 
'bride's brother, Charles. 
B:1llM%.Ot&st 3Cth Street. Rev. W 
B... BtroVB^ 'CkSciated. and only mem-'> 
Jl^ : of the immediate family were 
plrMant. ~. 

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THE FASHION .9H< 

(Ct^flnued from 

ly vraaged for tis occasion by the 
itfrwetor of The Sanayland Jazx Or- 
e hw i ^ta ; aid win iaclude a medley of 
operatic ffons. popular nambers, seml- 
claatfeal aatoctlons, and TUVms oth-| 
«r aohc^hita. 

n waa amphaaiaod that these -mv- 
■ieal Bnaibon' are to be .iiandaoia^ 
ivaetsmiaad with the pnwaiag mood 
aad atUA of the play, tliv.pictttie, the 
BI #a Bti|l o a of tie vafions gowns aa 
■wan hgr models; and additional ot^er 
taataNi of tlie program. Comedy wni 
ba api^ropriately presented with 'U^, 
a—> wr aoiiK hits of the day; white 
imni MOibsr and solemn aspect* of 
tho mcNv wHl be leas llppantty 
CtMM JMtk ^aa t lB g melqdl«i. ainy- 
iac «tfM» Wd aacli opttaUc gaiiM 
M vnrMMWaii the offset otai^rMr- 
tlflhtar grcMhtaition. 7 

OAMC FASHION WILL PHtVAiL 

> n*<«attN KtMit brfBga. to tiio 
ftwt tlfli.iMHtt is ma^trr. 


Many other features will 
ed in the program. Of special imi 
ancft Is "The Study in White" o«l_ 
by Mme. Rever and the elaborata wed- 
ding gow feto be worn by thf diminq- 
tive, Miss Ochiano Conrad. \ r 

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Itl^ avowedly beyond the p(iirer o( 
the itresent writer to give a loonpleto, 
cemp^heasive account oC the whole 
thing; but, according to Mrs. Som- 
erville, it is to be borne ih mind that 
nothing will be left oat which sltouM 
be included in an affair aa spectacnk 
lar, as daring, as atmospheric and as 
unique as his event which hondreds 
from many parts of the coantry are 
coming, bag and bagge. to see! 


The L. A- Art and 500 Club had Its 
meeting at tfte home of Mrs. M. Lee, 
1540 W. Sfith Place, on March 20th. 
Easter decorations were caxried out 
to perfection. Luncheon wms: served a 
la mode. Current topics were dis- 
cussed and all went home thanking 
Mrs. Lee for such a lovely evening. 


Rachel Butler, onlse Centen. 

ToUes, Roth COny, Florine 
Winiams, Cometta Carol, Malisala 
Williains, Katherine Fortson, Lara Bu- 
chanan, Theodora Jones, and the "Un- 
known 13". 


The.L. A. Art and 50Q Chi^ was roy- 
ally entertained at the Blue Lanter^ 
Inn! by Mrs. L. WUson on Mttrch 27th. 
Mrs. Wilson is to be congratulated 
for her ability as a hostess. Althowh 
the evening was very crisp all inett- 
b'erg were present. 600 was enjoyed 
immensely. Mrs. Lee won grst prize, 
and Mrs. Edwards captured the iMoby 
prize. . 


Miss Bessie O. McCorty, aV 1338 W. 
3Sth Pice, who bas been seriously 
sick for the past three weeks under 
the care of two jhivate nurses' and 
Drs. Bryson and Allen, is reported to 
be a convalescent. 
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WELL KNOWN RIVCRBIOE 
WOM\N- •UCCUMtB 
j Mrs. Fraak' JohaaoB, wen Wowa 
In RiTersiAa and Los Aii(elea, passed 
away Monday, fbllowlttc i brief lUaesa 
Mm. Johnson ma the molier of tnany 
hildten, five oj them residing in River- 
side'' and the others married <ttd lir- 
isg in dittereht cities, interment wta 
Wednesday, from tbe ilethodiat 
Church. i 

• The City Federation of women's 
Clttbu will meet Monday afternoon, at 
the Sojourner Truth Home, at 2:30 
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The Sojourner Truth Industrial 
Club will entertain Sunday afternoon, 
at the- Sojourner Tratli Home fo^ 
Mes8i«' Payne andf^rown, noted Eu- 
Topeasv artists, who are to aptiear in 
recital W^ Monday evtalng. 

Mrs. Josie. Saunders,' mother ot 
Mrs. Geneva Jones of E. 52na Street, 
is reported 'flulte ill. 

CAMBRIOOE lJyjNPRY-.A 


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JM~ Mth ttu^ ji^atiiNi^e < 
tfeMbgh •& vftrestaTeat inHuwiAipa 
wItto'Uiei A«hte Aol4»kobltb Oaniw^ 
'i|i.iot. Anbom^p^alftu^ ..r. .; 

the wBtte Aim '$ t mi »Mfi'%«w Srath- 
eH CaUtqniUi.^ Au|wni' distributDrs. 
WM^egr^ bur %rtare4< Into tM« flefd 
wfm;tie sosBf vljpw Aid resourceful- 
BMa thai^ duiMeterUeB all his bvai- 
nleetf vtatiire£- 

The Auburn Company, ^witb which 
Wtigley (8 now Identfled iSi one of the 
eight or ten iiloneers of ttie industry^ 
Founded in UOO, ih baai been in cam 
tlniiouB omncllpn for ntore tlum twen- 
ty thre yeai%.1%e company is said to 
nave, been in -«' very strong . financial 
position before Wrigley purchased his 
interest. 

With tbe coming of Wrigley to the 
Auburn organbwtion, a new policy, of 
expansion wwrdetermined upon. 


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ten oiNTaPllelittla eree oC 

No eti«rtmiiit, bit a de«- 

lh»j«e« mtf^tmi nertt lif 

'#t^ alt Bmapary'tM^SSllH iOrl 
^«RA-4(eedy reooTery. Ar^faiieiaa* 
are AittMd to oMerre tkeiei^Mes and 
nptel tiMtr Teauits. 

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m *ii- Compton Ave. Watia, Cal, 

WORSHAM'S OJtUQ STORE 

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tbeleng Uat'M evidence ae to ea UsHed 
poiley haMers. AOBNTS WAtrTBD. 
^Midqitarten, 143S Central Arenm, 
L^s Angeles., 

WM. NICKBR80N, Jr. 

General Secretary and State Manager 

for catiCorDia. 


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Sooth. OiMre ta half ^ir «if 
two boy cbBdrtft J. aai| 4rmm 4*«2;i "5' 
speiittvdl^ and MSnr tkem tm O f tK X . 
aunt at Woodland; La., or «»f iMStM 
near there where they can b«. art. 
Communicate with MMa OlaAya W> - 
rU for particulars: Ckone Mate SSW, 
County Charities Dept.. betw«a« S aai 
9 o'clock A. M. 


FOR SALE Grocery (tore, well 
atecked with new rtiodevn fixtures. 
Rentsjfor $42.50 with lease. A snap for 
y^GMO.! Daily aales , averape $75.00. 
2S0O Central Avenue 3-27-r-l 

Mi^g. Moxley of Gladys Avenue is 
amon^ the sick of the we^k. 


Oakland, Calif., March 25.— Born to 
Mr. i^id Mra. Hart Hawkins of 536 
30th street, a bouncing girl. Mother 
and djaughter are doing nicely. 


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EXCLUSIVE 13 
Friday evening, March 28, tbe Miss- 
es Lara Buchanan, popular West Side 
gfrls, Fllvrina WiHhuns. of txMt\ 
Hooper avenue, and Theodore Jones, 
of the Exclusive, will organise^ a so- 
cial club of 13 popular high school 
gtr& and graduates. Namely the ^'Ex- 
clusive 13". The club will hold its first 
meeting in tbe spacious lobby of the 
"Biclusive". After organizing the IS 
lucky youn^ misses will enjoy card 
playing, refreshments and dancing. 
Members of the "Exclusive 13" Social 
Club include: Alberta Clake, Afana 


Office of Laundi<y, 2021 Cenral Ave., 
Lea Anp^iea, Calif. 

"^,-?'fe- '$} iiiarch 27, ' M2t- •: 

TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF 
CAMBRIDGE LAlTNDRT: ♦ 
Please take notice that a special 
meeting of the Stockholders of the 
Cambridge Laundry, a -.corporation, 
will be held at the laundry, 2021 Cen- 
tral ave, Los Angeles./Tuesday, April 
,8tb, }924, at 2 o'clockP. J*., for the 
pttrpoee of inatMiiHf MfMitlDBalF: aM^ 
chinery and to elect a new Board ot 
Directors for the ensuing year. • 

If you should, be unable to be pres- 
ent, please sisSnhe enclosed PROXY, 
and return to 2021 Central, avenge, 
Los Angeles. California. \ 

By order of the Board of Directors,\ 
Ow W. SHIELDS, President, 

1442 East 21st St 
T. C. EVERLY, Secretary, 

1404 East 22nd St 


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Fai^ey Dried Apricots ......25c lb. 

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APRIL 4. 1924 





.VOLUME 37 


,fOS aWgeles, CAIil 



linrrence MnsoB 
^' Gains His Freedom 


rollowlng the recent verdict ot man- 
alaufftkter, carrying with It a recom 
mendatida for probation rendered by 
the Jury selected to, weigh the evi- 
dence In the second trial of Lawrence 
JohsRon, held on a charge ot first de- 
gree mnrder growing out of the shoot- 
ing in self defense, as claimed by 
Johnson, of Morris Harris, some ten 
months ago, Mr. Johnson, on last 
Tuesday appeared before Superior 
Judge Charles Burnell who presided 
over the now celebrated case, for sen- 
tfnce. 

Much bitterness wag evidenced by 
the prosecution over the Jnry's ver- 
dict and Deputy District Attorney Cos- 
tello used every me^ms at hand to in- 
fluence the judge to set aside that por 
tion of the verdict which reCMnmend- 
ed probation and have him aentense 
Johnson to a term of years in the 
.state penitentiary. 

However Attorney! Ceniti and Ford 
who s« ably defended tbt accused 
man during bfs trial were on hand to 
see that the verdict of 'the Jury, whioh 
in ItMtf iras-A mom rlmterr-lor Vh» 
defendant, was carried out to the tet- 
ter, and Judge Burnett, afler careful- 
ly weifhing the evidence of both the 
defense and prosecution as to the sen- 
tencing of the defendant, rendered the 
only verdict possible if justice was 
not to be miscarried and sentenced 
the defendant to two years probation, 
at the expiration of which time the 
whole matter will be a closed chap- 
ter. 

In arriving at the announced sen- 
tence Judge BurAell said in part:. 

"If we did not have this idiotic In- 
dMerminate sentence law and I could 
sentence this man for a fixed term 
myselC the probabilities are that I 
would sentence him to about a year in 
State's prison. But Inasmuch as this 
sentence is passed on by a political 
board bf prison directors, I am going 
to give him probation. 

"In $iving probation we must take 

'"^^'^StdftTaUoB all the facta in the 

interests of society, first, 

bnd, the interests of the indi- 

The Judge then went into a long 
"explanation" of how he was opposed 
to probation in the "ordinary" crimin- 
al case, but believed tMs to be an "ex- 
ception;". 

"The interests of society are the lar- 
ger Interests", said Judge Burnell. 
"We must "consider the effects of a 
case upon society. If this man were 
imprisoned his wife and children 
mipht become a charge on the pen- 
Vie. His previous record shows him 
to b« a man who has not boon in any 
previous, trouble, a men (<f good and 
temperate habits and a man who is 
doing wen. Prison would not make 
a better man of him, but would give| 
him the stigma of an ex-convict. 

"This man has been in the countyl 
jail almost ten months, and this trou- 
ble and prosecutiott has undoubtedly 
t>ee«B • very good lesson to him. He 
will probably, never commit such a 
crime or ret into any trouble of any 
sort again." 

FHwlsiup Kye Clus 
ObMnesAnamnary 



ThU iSlasa is tought by Deacon 
Payne, ^>ne ot the most pogressivei 
deacons In th* church who has strug- 
gled incessantly to accomplish his. 
long-felt wishes— the perfection of a 
thoroughly organited ideal Bible 
CIa*i. 

Mrs. Homer Jones, as Mistress of 
Ceremonies was introduced by Mrs. 
Etta Butler the president of the class. 
The program included the following 
numbers: 

Scripture reading by Mrs. Ida H. 
Ford; a retrospection of the class' 
work, covering a period of 8 years by 
Mrs. Williams, contained many items 
of interest during its early struggles 
for mastery: a song or two by the 
class chorus followed with a very 
splcy paper by Mrs. Virginia Corry 
which was the source of much inspira- 
tion. The duett by Mesdames Harri- 
son and Wood was sweetly rendered 
and enjoyed by all. The feature num- 
ber on the program was an address 
by Mrs. Eva O. Solomon, Director of 
Religious Education of the Western 
Baptist Association was a master- 
piece of feminine oratory. She dealf 
with all the auxiliaries of the church 
without exception in a masterful way 
ottering solutions and suggestions for 
thie shallowness of general church ac- 
tltity, urging a closer cooperation of 
thfe mmrtwrs and a better vnderataad- 
ing of God's ^ord that we might en- 
enlighten others. 

After this address, presentation ot 
cerUficates of membership were made 
by the Instructor Deacon Payne to 
each member of the class. This event 
was for the purpose of raising money 
to augment their treasury in paying 
off their pledge to the building fund, 
realizing in this eflTort $29.00. This 
amount was taken after regular 
church offering. 

Mrs. Pearl Booker as organist' for 
the class played chants at intervals 
during the program. -After a few re- 
marks by the pastor, C. Madison 
Toung and R. W. Troy, Superinten- 
dent of the Sunday School, benedic- 
tion was announced. 


Artist Receives Great 
Ovation' 


A large number of old Los Angeles' 
settlers, attended the highly success- 
ful recital of John Payne, baritone and 
hifl acoompanist, Lawrence Brown, 
last Monday evening, at the First A. 
M. E: Church, presented" by the So- 
journer Truth Club. Mr. Payne, who 
comes direct from London, England, 
where he sang before His Majesty, 
the king, has a'deep, semi-dramatic 
voipce of pleasing, with a personality 
as kingly, as His Majesty, himself. Se- 
lecUons Handel, Pergoleai, Lnlly, Men- 
delssohn, -Quitter, Franz, Schuman, 
Denza.and Mary Cook, with a number 
of Negro spirituals held the attention 
of the audience throughout th^ en- 
tire program. 

Mr. Brown ranks foremost with A- 
merican accompanists, and was one 
time the accompanist of th? world fa- 
mous Roland Hayes. Several ot the 
numbers sung by, Mr. Payne, were ar- 
ranged by him, and besides he sings 
with equal splendor. 

Miss'Bemice Anderson, niece of Mr, 
Payne, accompanied the Denza compo- 
•Ulon, "Had Yon But Known" with 
Violin Obllgato, In a\ manner, that 
showed her familiartty with that in- 
strument; ' 


ENTHv3l*mc OATMBMNQ AT| 
SUN„ mARCH frrtt IWCTIIM 

T)M VYfendly Bible daw otV^tbe 
fVtendsktp BapUat Cknrak 41 
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MAN FALIS DEAD 


James W. Jaekson while, on the 
job at his sm^ll cigar stand at 1010>^ 
South Central avenue,- fell dead 
Thursday morning, April 3. The cause 
of death is unknbwn. 


HEAD OF MADAM C. J. WALKER'S 

MANUFACTURING ESTABLISH- 
' MENT ILL IN LOS ANGELES 

Mrs. Leia Walker Wilson, daughter 
of the late Madam C. J. Walker is 
seriously ill at the residence of her 
aunt, Mrs. , Breedlove of this city. 

Mrs. Wilson's many frip,nds are 
hoping for er;tecovery. 


Jim Crow Is Growing Uj) 


By W. D. Saunders 
' Collier's, The National Weekly, 

March 15, 1924. ^ 


for 


■The northward movement of the Ne- 
gro ii making the race problem a per^ 
sonal^matter for more of us than ever 
before. We -staaU! have to forget abouti. - R i ght hacab-I, am #»*■« lo :vre««nt 


keeping the Ne(;ro in his place". He 
is growing out qf.it. Literacy : among 
Negroes his increased 70 per cent in 
the past St. There are 50,000 Negroes 
in busio^e^ in 'America, more than 
70,000 in the professions, and nearly 
three-quarters of a million engaged in 
manufacturing. The lazy and unaspir- 
ing are being replaced by new types, 
educated, ambitious, and a little 
proud. Mr. Sauiiders, who has -trav- 
eled for CoUief's ^mong Negroes 
North and South^ tells here what the 
ne.w Negro is doing, and how he is 
creating a» new jrace problem which 
we Shall have to i solve. - 


MRS. 
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Jfn. Belle OnesTi Fourth Aiunul 

HPUno Pupils' Reclt^ of the Junior 

iU MCMMI Miaiv«Mary cinn on ifaMh the 17th laat was m 

In tha main nndHOTtaai •( grent sneceaa in a^ of the pouring 

tli»elnuvk w|tt y|iecrt9i TMy n^ IrntB.. Kwriy time hundred people 


0- itteaAef^ad Mb tie cbtuMots 
li:ft win hum : i m» M ' cMe*. Uw 

^'^SrffiiMi imU nt their -bi0> 
T«inte« trtai tilrM';Wd al« yenrs oa 


Our greatest ti-ouble in understand- 
ing the Negro in America is not un- 
like our trouble < id understanding A: 
meriCan youth. The Negro is a child 
growing iip, and nothing gets out from 
under you and away from you quite 
so fast as a child growing up. This 
new Negro is (ireating a real race 
problem. 

The Negro prbblem that the South 
has had to wrestle with was never a 
Negro problem a|t all; it was a politi- 
cal problem onlyL Unscrupulous white 
politicians used the' ignor£.nt Negro in 
politics for the dual purpose 'of ad- 
vancing their ovrn cause and punish- 
ing their enemieil. The Negro became 
obnoxious in polikics because unscrup- 
ulous white men made him so. And he 
finally became such a stench in the 
ballot box that the South, in despera- 
tion, eliminated him from politics by 
viriually disfran<;hi8lng him. 

Retn>>ved fromj politics, the Negro 
turned" to self-Improvement in more 
satisfying and remunerative ways, 
and he has made astounding progress 
in a very few yeptrs. 

One thing we must recognize in 
any study ot the Negro In America to- 
day is the fact that there are as many 
ditrerent kinds of Negroes as there 
are different kinds of white folks. 
More; there 1« a lot of vain, selfish, 
arrogant, buU-headed Anglo-Saxon 
blood mixed up in the colored race in 
America. 

I am convinced that one of the fast- 
est growing things In America to^ay 
is the Negro. In sixty years of free, 
dom Negroes have acquired owner- 
ablp of 218,612 farms, embracing 18,r 
948^12 acres, with imgrovements 
vnltted ai 1554.158,000. Nef roea have 
estahilafeed seventy-tanr banks with a 
total Mpttal ot (6,260.000. doing an 
annual bn'ainess ot |36,OM,000. They 
have ••Uhliabed Iniarance companies 
with MWts ot |6,600/>00. all told, with 
more than 100 n^lllion dollars in poli- 
cies i* force. 

llM National Life Insurance Comr 
iMy Qt AtlsnUi, Qft.> odUtlsM and 


Carolina Mutual LHSa Insurance Com- 
pany, an insurance'Vompany owned 
and operated by Negi«es. Durham! Ne- 
groes list for taxation more th^n 2 
million dollars in pi^perty and send 
2,500 children to ti^e city's publlic 
schools. Seven Negri>es in Durliam 
have accumulated individual fortunes 
of from 150,000 to $210,000 each. : 

I might produce facts as interesting 
from Greensboro, Raleigh, of Winston- 
Salem, N. C; Nashville or Memphis, 
Tefin.; from Atlanta or Savannah, Ga., 
from Jacksonville, Pla.. or Birming- 
ham, Ala. What Negroes in Durham. 
N. C, are doing, in a friendly environ- 
ment in which they are permitted to 
work out their own problems, is being 
done by Negroes all over the South 
today. 

But wheii I spring these facts about 
Negro problems, l always find sbqie 
one ready to discuss them with the 
Explanation that' It is the white blood 
in the- 'mulatto that di8)>lays such 
thrift and enterprise.. And jtlie an who 
saye that doesn't know what he is 
talking about. In ray long association 
with the Negro in the South 1 have 
found the pure black types generally 
more thrifty, more shrewd in barter 
than tb^ lighter types are, and as am- 
bitious to educate ai^i advance their 
young. 



LSP opernted tr Ne«fo«n, Hm ow a bUI- 
^"^ lMfr4«Bv^ inMtaaee in (ore* M tM 

with MB«its eH 


litw &[ aotored people. 


reeerr* of Bore thw SU miUtttiri 
TheWWkeririieiMtw: . 

to tBe WW* «C B«0«MM«;3- ^^ 

, __^ nfOOi there is **t » prtMei^ wWtf 

<ti» 4W»1 w«S tows In the »m tlBmOth <M 

-d kMkUp4^% «^4U»*y :«ae9 baiWar o( 

" <>«f IS^rtft aMMi $i*9ioot flAMne- 


lie school building by the city of At- 
lanta at a figure of $212,000. 

Carver Is a Black Genius 

Now ifor Carver. He is the Negro 
sdentlsk in charge of the research 
laboratories at Tuskegee Institute. 
You will find him in "Who's Who in 
America". He is a member of the Brit- 
ish Royal Society ot Arts, a distinc- 
tion enjoyed by not many. Americans. 

Working in his laboratory at Tuske- 
gee, thh colored Qlan has developed 
166 by-products of the sweet-potato. 
Some of his sweet-potato products in- 
clude synthetic rubber, black paint, 
and ' white flour. From the clays of 
the Georgia hills tbis black man has 
developed colors that have been the 
despair of scientists for centuries. 
Milk, buttermilk, butter, butter, salad 
oils, cheese, face lotions, inks, and 
dyes from peanuts; flpfir paint, simps, 
a colTe , substitute, and ginger from 
sweet potatoes, and everlasting col- 
ors from the clays of the. hillsides — 
these are but a few of the wonderful 
discoveries of this black genius whose 
works have been recogj^ized on two 
continents aiid who is ndw in almost 
dally conference with capitalists and 
investors seeking to make practical 
application of his discoveries. 

And this George Washington Carver 
was bom of pure Negro sjtock on 


OUR LAST APPEAL 


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' Sometime ago ip last month we 
asasked for volunteers to take i>art in 
this great drive for a baby. This 
drive 'closes Saturday. April 12tB at 
5: !0 o'clock, so will you answer now 
and enlist to sell Buttons on that day 
or will you call up the captum of the 
drive and she will gladly come and 
get just what ever you care to give 
toward a homeless and mothrrUss. 
friendless child, whose only friend is 
the children's Home Society^ wfcore it 
is cared for daily with patience until 
It finds a loving, kind hand to uke it 
80 it will enjoy the happy thoughts 
and happy hours of a mama and dad- 
dy. Won't you help them live and 
grow. If it has no mother, no bone, 
then its yours and mine to care for. 
Thirty years have passed and you 
have never been askod lo help still 
the babies can^ and went :ind all 
were cared for. Won't you help this 
time? This is not a daily or monthly 
appeal so friends, its up to you ~ to 
help these poor kids as we have 
helped in other things, we can if we 
will. Will ^u? Say yes and mall a 


Restrictions Againt V 
Race In Fmai Test 


two of the foremose Negroes In Amer- 
ica, both of. whom have achieved liron- 
derful successes and made the best 
use of their talents. One is a scientisr, 
the other is a business executive. One 
is light, the other is black. One can- 
not contemplate these two distinct 
types and their achievements without 
being forced to the conclusion that it 
isn't a matter of race ior color, but a 
matter of education and the fact of 
the ultimate improvabitity of any Ne- 
gro type. These two men are Heman 
E. Perry, president of the National 
Life Insurance Company of Atlanta, 
Ga., and Dr. George Washington Car- 
ver ot Tuskegee Institute. Just a 
thumbnail sketch of the pair and 1 
rest my case for the im provability and 
progress of the Negro. 

Heman E. Perry, an ambitious 
young Negro, started out to organize 
the Standard Life Insuranipe Company 
in 1908. The Stale of Georgia required 
a bond ot $100,000 of any insurance 
company doing business in that State. 
Perry had to aim for stock subscrip- 
tions amounting to $100,000. 

A charter for iho Standard Life In- 
surance Company was «ecured in 
1909, and the company given until 
January 28, 19li, to:make its deposit 
of $100,000. The dtte of January 28, 
1911, rolled around, and only $85,000 
of stock in the company had been 
sold. At the close of that day Heman 
E. Perry faced the sad task ot. return- 
ing to evwy investor each dollar that 
had been p^id in. By February 3 every 
check had been - sent out for the 
amount invested Vith 4 per cent in- 
terest added: Mr. Perry pocketed :hlB 
own losses incurred in selling the 
stock. But right here was where he 
won; the return of that money to the 
thousands of small Stockholders in- 
stilled into everyone a new confidence 
in the man who had kept everp prom- 
ise. Heman E. Perry started anew, 
and onM ahrc22 ottbat qttt.covx v xb 
and on March 22) 1013, he soured 
from the Insuraqoe Commissioner of 
the State ot Georgia a certificate 
showing that $104,000 in bonds had 
b^en deposited bytbe (Rational Insur- 
ance Company. 

Then, to insure the prodnotion ot 
business. Perry went into the field 
and wrote and placed t3BO,00& worth 
of Insu^iie faimeelt. for which he re- 
fused to take a coromlssion. 

The National Insurance Company of 
Atlanta has heeni the inspiration for ' 
other Htgro enterprises with which it 
is •flUated. One of these Is the Citi- 
zens' Thist Company, which opened 
its doere on Aiico^t It. 1921. How 

wen it Is sooeeeding is relUcted<in ._ _ 

it* depoeiU of |I4«9J30.88 on March ] to 9«ek economic sbd soeiijb 1>etter> 
^l,lMt. i ment In the North, the tw^ wd the 

'I fat U17 Pttry nnd his nsMdntes 


delUir if no iun. You will not miss 

-wtlsouri ptaatafton abiMit the "ttmr vt ltarl^'**or ^Ry^r'''fcJff^ora?a^8* "^ 
vegetable and insect life. ' 


The right of land subdlTlders in ex- 
clusive tracts and of individuals to at> 
tempt to prohibit race folk from own- 
ing) and occupying residences therein 
are DOW in a death grip in the Courts 
of California. 

Many yeart: ago it was the fashion 
to say that: t "Land conveyed shotild 
never b« leagel, rented, sold or con- 
veyed to any person n$>t of the Cau- 
casian race", k 

In 1918, upon the advice of Attorney 
WUlis O. Tyler. Homer L. GaiTott 
bought a home in West S9th street 
with this restriction in the deed. Im- 
sediately a suit':was filed by the Title 
Guarantee and " Trust Company, ■ a, 
millionoire corporation, to forfeit the 
title and the case went to the Su- 
preme Court? -Attorney Tyler defend- , 
ing the rights of his cli^,-Mr. Gar- 
rott. A victory **« won'Tor the race 
and the Supreme-^Court^ecided that 
restrictions against V^Ucase or sale to 
persons of the N>grw4soe were raUi". 
ediat^ljr therfatter the restrie> 
t».te»d 


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At the age of ten he was admitted 
to a little one-room schooihouse. At 
the age of welve he got an opportunity 
to go' to Fort Scott, Kan., with a fam- 
ily and there he worked and went 'to 
school until heibot an opportunity to 
go o Fort Scott, Kan., with a family 
and there he forked and went to 
school until hel had secured a high- 
school education. After more years ot 
work he got inito a small college in 
Iowa. Later he jrent to the Iowa State 
College, at Am^s, w^here he pursued 
agriculural work and took the gegrees 
of master o^ arts. After taking his de- 
grees he^ wafs elected a member of the 
faculty and giveni charge of the green- 
house, bacteriological laboratory, and 
the labratory work in systemtic bota- 
ny. During all those years in which he 
was, aCc^uiring, ah education he paid 
his way as he. went, usually as a laun- 
dryman. 

About! thirty years ago Dr. Booker 
T. Washington recognized in him the 
man he needed at Tuskegee. To Tus- 
kegee Dr. Carver went, and there you 
will find him to-day. With a great 
love fori all mankind and a sublime 
faith in fhe Creator of all things, this 
black man, in whom here Is no trace 
of a white man's blood, continues to 
make discoveries and|portect process- 
es that may yet revoittOonlze the ag- 
ricultural industry in ftie South that 
once embraced human slavery and 
thereby trapped itiself hito slavery to 
a one-crop system of agriculture. 
A hew Kind of Race Pride 

Perry j and Carver! Two distinctly 
difl'erantl types of the same race, each 
working! along distincUy different 
lines, bikt both imbued, with racial 
pride and race cohsclousness, and 
both working for the economic eman- 
cipation of their kind. At the sam^ 
time the^ are working up a real race 
problem 'by the new race conscious- 
ness and .race pridq they are inspir- 
ing in teir once lethargic, lazy, unas- 
piring kind. Jim Crow's sons are mak- 
ing places for Uiemselves. There is 
your real race problem in these Unit- 
ed States to-day. 

The Ntegro's 'biggest stalce is in the 
South. Here he tns worjifid out Ms 
problems and established his great- 
est religious and educatlonel insUtu- 
tlons. And it is here that he. In targe 
numbers, has rooted htmselt in the 
ownership of bulldlnfi ahd lands. The 
uneducated, unskUled Umet wtjrttlng 
class, tired ot the struggle and help- 
less in theJr Ignorance, wiU centinue 


greatest Charity. On last Sunday Mrs. 
McNeil our worker in this particular 
line mad^ her appeal to the congre- 
gation of St. Paul Baptist Baptist of 
this city and was well received. Miss 
Frankle- Watkins of that church is 
represen.ting Mrs. McNeil, as she s 
a volunteer in the drive and colteot- 
ing funds donated at that cburdt 
which will be announced in a later 


lOr shall any. person non-Caufpisioa 


'use or occupy salfl premises". Theri»- 
after Los. Angel^ Investment Co., « 
millionaire corporation, sned Alfred 
Gary, a Negro t)ecause he wtas violat- 
ing the restriction against '"use and 
occupancy". When this case went to 
the Suprenre Court the decision in 
the Title Guarantee & Trust Co., vs 
Garrott (183 Page 470) was sustained 
as to the lease or sale but the Court 


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paper. Mrs. McNeil also made her ap- 1 split the difference and held that the 
peal before the U. N. I. A. Society, 
And collected $3-50. Then on last Sun- 
day evenin.? and on Tuesday evening 
th^ Sunny Land famous Orchestra 
had Mrs. McNeil make her appeal at 
their dance and raised $C.B4 for her 
there in their small crowd owing to 
bad weather. Many thanks to them. 

On this coming Sunday morning, 
Mrs. J. McNeil will be at 8th and 
Towne streat Chnch through the kind- 
ness of their pastor, TRev. Ward, and 
on the same Sunday evening will be 
at the- People's Independent Church 
of Christ, Rev. Greggs, Pastor. 
< Please come out and hear ot her 
work among the outcast and desti- 
tute, motherless, and homeless chil- 
dren of your and every other race of 
this city and northern California. 

Respectfully, • 
Children's Home Society, 
919 E 25th Street, City. 

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<Mmd«tr til SilNrice Compaiur with is 
iJMttirlwi «i(ittal 9t «1MM9. «pMniti 


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JGIVE MUSICALE 

Among the foremost of last week's 
affairs, was an interesting and bril- 
liant musicale given by Mrs. Xrihur 
Luster and Plorenx Borday, at Mrs. 
Luster's home on East 20th street, an- 
sisted by Mrs. Alma O. Eadens and 
Mrs. Arctura C. Taylor, Mr. Maurice 
Matthews and Mr. Lockhari Hansbeiv 
ry. Mr. Arthur Luster, formerly of 
New Yo^ and New Orleans, who has 
now made her home in Los Angeles, 
proved a very charming hostess. Mr. 
Borday, who conducts a studio of 
classic dancing, presented a nu^er 
of his pupils, with the assistance of 
Coral Gilmore Johnson, pianist, an 
artist of distinction. 

Little Caty Jean Johnson, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson, 
gives promise of becoming a brOIiant 
dancer, deserving much praise, this 
being her second appearance. 

Juanita Williams, daughter of Mrs. 
May .JWiUiams, j/ror^ to be one of 
the leadlav dancers of her -race. j9aUi 
little ladles nakinK, a charmiaf pic- 
ture daadhs amldit the toral ddeora- 
tkms, Ja UMr naidbara, raflactiac the 
very spi«Mi$ tnditlBf they have had. 

Many pnatiaeat pjKtple of the aa- 
clal and prafa—loi»t world wer« pres- 
ent., ABM4r tlKiaa pn ai ni were: Mr. 
aod- .M^'JIt li^lPh. -V- *<« lO*. 


restriction against "use and ocpapaa- 
cy." was good. • 

Itt'May of 1922 the Janss lareaaient 
Co., a millionaire corporatioa. sold a 
lot to J. H. Waiden. a white man and 
he in turn permitted Jesse WaUtaig to 
use it. The contract contained a re- 
striction against "use and oocapdacy" 
by a person non-Caucasian Jesae Wal- 
ling is a Negro. 

A suit was filed to .fortttt the title 
because of the violation of the re- 
striction and Attorney WiUis O. Tyler 
represented both Waiden (white and 
Walling (Colored) upon anadrerae 
decision in the Trial -Ooart and ap- 
pealed to the Supreine Cemt. 

As the case ao# stands the Su- 
preme 0>un is called upon hiy the 
appeal perfected by Attorney Trier 
to decide whether or not the KBtric- 
tion against "nse and occupancy" is 
valid. 

Folloa-ing upon the hMs ot Janss 
investment Co. vs Waldea, et al. H. 
lA>tteau sued W. H. Loag of 11|71 S. 
41st street tol^teit a title becadae Vt 
the restriction against "nae aad-ioecB' 
pancy". Mr. Long, a staaMh nod auoi 
and a member of several 'tratenaal 
orders, imnght a -five room reaide a ca 
at 1171 E. 4lKt street, and aaat thd^re- 
striction face to face. The e^ la 
now pending trial in the am$ mlar 
Court, - 

Attorney Tyler is detendaed to 
hare a decision from the Oupfsme 
C:ottrt, putting at rest for all time the 
rights of Kegroea. in the aappoeed 
ekclnsive resident%1 diatrkits of tUa 
8Ut». The case Iffinat Mr. Iioag la 
but one of a simtlM- kiadjutf Atter- 
n6y Tyler and AttQni«y JoaM ase 
dnited in the fight for the Mshta «C 
Negroes and determined that the 8a- 
preme Court ot the United Btataa 
shall finally pass upoa the qaoatlaa at 
neoeaaary., 
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Piaao: ftlcaadon 

Coral GMmon Jokaaoa 

Toe Dance: To a WUd Baae. McBowll 

Kiofr Jeaa JohMon 

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WSM.SV M. E. CHURCH 
EifMlt and San Julian ftts. 

PI«v.:A.'P. tlivw, Faator;! 

SumUy WM a flne day at Weatey. 
Tbe {MMtor'a morning sermon was 
belpfol and insplriog. Many visitors 
atteodedvnr gervlcea. 

TlM Musiciane' Progressive Asnc 
ation rendered a very fine pro~T 


•0iB«ilii«k to aity eoncemlnr it At 8 
p. n. 'the Faator preaeMd a Sermon' 
o» the Oui4Mce of God. aoitOi \o. tbe 
cgmfort ot >tt. _ 

Come and ''—-'' v.j. W« ^rescb JaauiT 
and H1— <T • . i<d. 
.■ ■;. 1). PKOWD, PMtor. 




the evealng hour. I especitiuy want 
to oommehd these rausicians Cor *.'<->' 
fine character and taste in tli \ :uake 
up cf their organization and i.he pro- 
gnm rendered. Any church is highly 
honored to secure the services of 
these young people. 

This Saaday promises to be a rec- 
ord brealier. The pastor will preach 
and cOBdact the communion service 
both morning and evening. Special 
music bjr the cheir. 

Wesley 'promises a service both 
helpful an^ inspiring. Come and see. 

WEST SIDE MISSION A.M.E. 

CHURCH 

'1511 W. 36th St. 

Major Q. W. Prioleau, Pastor 


:HRISTIAN. CHURCH 
H^ I 3Srd ami Hooper Ave. 


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The Missionary Society met at Mrs. 
'Anna Brantley'.s last Thursday. Al- 
tll .on E'' the president was. absent on 
account, of illness, nevertheless a 
FPlendid meeting was had. Mrs. Bjrant- 
ley demonstrated her abllty to enter- 
tain. 

' The Sunday school attendance last 
Sunday was eighty-three. The A. C. E. 
I^eagne was well attended. 

The pastor preached at both ser- 
vices to exceptionally large congrcKa- 
tions fer ordinary services, especially 
at night.. One united to thp.^meniber- 
ship if the Mi.ssion during tlic ilay. 

A conliHl welcome awaits you at 
this th«rch. 


WALL S"^. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
E. 8th and Wall Sts. 

Elder F. C. -Cothran, Pastor 


) — ■ 

We had liue .•services J-ord's Day. 
The Bible school was good, and ail 
■were entertained. Brother Anderson 
spoke tor us at the uioming services, 
nud brought na an inspiring message. 
All were well pleased. Our pastor 
spoke at the evening services and 
brought us another uplifting message. 
Tbe attendance in the evening was un- 
nsnally good. We invite all to visit us. 
Yon arc welcome. Our worship is in 
accord with ' the leaching of God's 
Word. 

Order ot services. BiMe School !>:4i 
a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 

Riders, d. W. Mollins. rhainivan. L. 
Booth and Wm. '/.. Hopper. 


LINCOLN MEMORIAL CONCRE- 
GATIONTL CHURCH 
GATIONAL CHURCH 

Rev. E. E. Liahtener, Pastor 

S'inday. April 6lh. will be Cpnimuii 
ion IJay at thi.s rhurr.h. Tlie pa.stor 
wiy preach at both hours and admin- 
ister th • Lord'-i J^upper a tthc clo.se of 
each seivV"-. » 'pfiJiinR with this Sun- 
day onr ( 'v.i-^i, .li-rvices will begin at 
8:00 instead of at 7:30. The Christian 
Endeavor Society will meet at 7:00 
o'clock Instead of 6:30. Splendid ser- 
vices .we rOeld ^t both hours the pas't 
Stjnday. The pastor preached, giving 
1 the raominc the fourth in his I.^ntcn 
Hcries on: ''The Teachings of Jesus". 
Tho subject for that hour beinp: 
"What ."Wen Live By". At the Evening 
service 'Tnccrtain Sounds" was tbe 
subj«^t of his message. Thr) nixed 
quartet eave n special musical lum 
ber which was enjoyed b^ the audi 
ence. There were two accession.' to 
the membership of the church at lhi« 
service. We are looking forward to 
the Pro-Easter -meetings whlee. will 
begin Wednesday night, April ?th 
You are Invited to attend these meet- 
ings SSA bring your unsaved friends 
We .will ^e assisted in the>c neetlngs 
by the nev. Brother Lewis; the great 
singing evangelist 

WARD CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH 

1252 E. ?Sth St. 

•merfi B. r?. Guy, Pastor 

Our Sunday school tart Sunday 
Bfcowtd ranch intetest and zeal. A 
nuinMn- of vinitors being present. A 
mongi tham was Major Anderson, re- 
tired from the S. S. service, whr> 
dadreseod the srhoel with great Intcr- 
e»t. and very imprcs;^ive^y. Ho also at- 
tended our md-ning s«(rviccs and ad- 
driescd tbe splendid rongrcgation 
prcKcni who expressed their apprecia- 
tion by hearty greetings. 

At the morning service Ihe paulorj 
ttpofce from the Inxt, "Preach the 
v.ord, bo Instant in r.eason". At r,:00 
1'. iti. Mrs. AndTson wife of thefi\<ajor 
Helfvnred a spliiulid Rddre:<H la th(! 
Missionary society, which was. highly 
appreciated. Mrs. Was^tiirfjftmi. the 
wtfe of P. ll; ^Washlnstcn i)nd Miss 
ttadora Steward ttnm WaVts. Calif., 
also sat ea Ihtf platform and took 
Dart in tho meeting. Both ende^ivors 
had Bopd lessons, and the attendance 
fredHablo. At night Bro. \Vllllams 
spQks from the text, "Ijet not yotsr 
heart be trolibled. The attendance 
was good all day. April Qtb, will be 
general class day. All come. 

•CTHCL fArrrax church 

HoWtnt Ita ^try/ion in The V.M.CA. 
Ninth and Hemleek Sta. 


M. Frederick Mitchell, Pastipr 


Last Sunday man truly a litish da^ 
at the Christian Church. Pastor Mitch- 
ell brought us two old time gospel ser- 
mons. All the other activities made 
excelkjnt showing. I'he boys "Welfare 
League'' and the Girls "In^strial 
Club partoc'k of a marked degree of 
helpfulness tor the young people of 
our charch and community, "The Liter- 
ary Society bad a fine p^ogran^ last 
Monday evening. 

Regiilar services next Sunday^ It 

you are a stranger In the city, visit 
ou; cul^h, for sfraugers are made to 
feel at home. 


PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT . 
CHtJRCH OF CHRIST 

3th:: apd Paloma 

f^v. N> P- preggs^ Pastor 


Is ; liews ' to know of the activl- 
c^f the people of the Independent 
Church, There Is something new ev- 
ery Sunday. This is evidenced by the 
big crowd that throngs the church 
auditorium every Sunday. The inspir- 
ing services of last Sunday were char- 
acterized by an all-day interesting pro- 
gram. In the nicrning tho jiastor 
pieailied a very pointed sermon. Mr. 
IJewcy Johuson sang a bt\aulitul bari- 
tone soU\ Music by -the choir was me- 
lodious and very good. The Xnnu.-il 
S< mum of the Kniglits of Pythias was 
preached by Itcv. A. IrtTely, pastor c.l 
the New Hope U:tptiat Church. Music- 
was furnished by the Independent 
Choir. A large audience was in atten- 
dance. Interesting discussions were 
had in both the Junior and ^uior De- 
partments Ci the Endeavor at the 
6:30 session. A permanent organiza- 
tion of ,tlie men's club was effected 
through ' tbe brotherhood ot the 
church. The hour of 7:30 ushered in 
a wond*rful program by the Young 
People'? Lyteum. This is a Ihnellght 
organization of the young people of 
the church and is making commenda- 
ble strides in the front line move- 
ments of the educational, social and 
religious activities. The p.-ogram ren- 
dered by. the live bodies of the young 
titople on last Sunday evGuing was 
((uile rare and will bo remembered tor 
its ius;)%-iug instructive fi'at\ire.s, iu 
lime tc cenic. "The speaker for the oc: 
eauion was Mr.'Jajne.s McGre>.'or. Th<' 
.•subject of his address was "LJviuK". 
Mis eionUen«e v. as cjiptivating to the 
audieocc' aind was' animatiw to the 
niiiMl of every youtji present, aspir- 
ing for the distinction of an orator. 
Rev. Greggs respc;uled to tho address 
-with encouraging remarks, telling of 
the work and accomplishments of til') 
Lyceum woAers. Such encourage- 
ment is exemplary of the co-operative 
spirit that should be given. f-om,time 
to time, by able, experienced leaders 
'to those aspiring to be constituent ei- 
enients of a great Church cf Tomor- 
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eoaautad Ity Kvu«(iteri*wic 
H:0C *. iB.4-PrM«hlaK «y B«v. D. G 

sm Bi m-rA Kre«t,t>lst(onii Maet^; i 
tog. All iMMon .«na VMr oobsvnMK^ : 
tlOM of :I«|| Aaselea Conaty on 1» 
rHId ^ horvreooat and take part in 
tprsetrice. 

i:SO p. m.— Preaching, Dr. A. C. 
GaldwieU. Conference Evaageliot , 

PMRMTIAN CHURCH i ' '< ' 

Wiij^ Calif. 

Rev. loafc J|.. Williams, Pastor 

Our services vera up to tbe stand- 
ard last Lord's Day. Bible school at 
10 a. m. aatd preaching at 11 a. n>. 
Our minister, Br. WilUams ascended 
te rosbrum at 11:15 a. ^. witli thia 
text: "And he, trembling and ^ton- 
Ishred, sald^ 'Lord, wbat w^It Thou 
have me to do?' " We had aome' tbrae 
or four visitors in our worship. We 
have also elected otber elders and 
deacons on account ot the Increase in 
the work. Bro^R.' Robinson, who la 
the Sujterintendent has also been, se- 
lected as a deacon and Bro. Douglas 
has beeii eleited for the Bible Ahool. 
and B--0. Cashier -has 'boMi elected to 
'the ciders. This Is an addition to tho 
ciders and ^baconcsses, whlcli we al- 
ready have. 

We also pat many iof he members. 
1>ot'h men and women to work i%jUio 
way r.f telling what the churoBis 
composed .of. So from Sunday, April 
6th to Snnday, May 25th, some qnc 
will explain a subject on tbe dispo- 
sition of the church. 

Services for next lA>rd'a Day as usu- 
al. Bible school at 10 a. m. 

You arc invited. 





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1m Aimla' J. Lacgett luui b«ea elecb- 
•4 to ropMMnt tbe T>i»lftk SL Cen- 
tar «ir tbe T. W. C A.'«t «• Biennial 
in Now Tttfk. whidk ooOT<M|e* April 
MtkJ Mrs.Te«g«/tt wtti }0m in th| 
•fody car wltb the U* iM«lto (M" 
i««t^, ApHl 23rd. J ^^ ; 



BIRCH STREET CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

Cor. 14th and' Birch Streets 

Rev. A. W. Jacobs, Pastor 


PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

Cor, Bonnie Brae and Court. 

Rey. W. H. Rozier, Pastor 

Oar Snnday school is slili gro-.vins- 
The truth is still being held up hefore 
onr eyes. Solomon .says "Train up a 
child. . . ."Our children arh being 
trained. God's pure word ia lieifig 
taught them dlUigcntiy, ana the re- 
sults are being left to God. 

Rev. Rozier preached from li Kings 
4:4!*. "O 'thou man of God, thorT is 
death in the pot". The lesson was 
discussed from three points. The 
cause of tho dca h pot. TheeiSfoct of 
the death pot. The remedy of the 
death pot. We than[k Cod for his 
word, and for His servant, who makes 
His truth plain to us-'We find that it 
ir-i necessary f-r the people to hear 
and receive .he triith. 

Sunday nigirt Rev. Rozier preached 
from St. Luke 9:67. Back sliding, \-a- 


All services last Ixjrd's Day were 
very intcrfcstlug. The Sunday .school 
at 9:45 a. m. is steadily growing. Bro. 
\V. J. Thouipsdn, Supt., Is beginning 
to put great big plans that will ac- 
rx>mpllah groat big results. The eleven 
o'clock sermon was given 1^ the pa.s- 
tor as usual. Text: "Israel's New 
Leader", Josh. 1 : 1-9. Attar be dis- 
missed the members of the church re- 
assembled and discussed plans, which 
no doubt mean the expenditure of a- 
bout $600.00 for inside repairs and 
finishings of tbe general assemblage 
and Sunday School rooms. W. J. 
Thompson. F. B. Miller. E. Everett, 
E. Goocli, A. Ashcraft and Sterlin Leo 
were appointed as the committc to ov- 
ersee tbe work. Mrs. S. A. Richardson, 
president of the Ladles Social Honr 
Clul). hantled over to tho chnrcli treas- 
urer au order for llStLOO from their 
funds for the church. Great things arc 
JUst ahead. The section leaders of the 
Willing Workers are becoming en- 
thusiastic over buiilding their sec- 
tions. Section No. 1 f4!ll In its average 
one pe? cent. Section 2 made ah av- 
erage increase of " per cent. No. 3 in- 
creased 1 per cent. No. 4 fell 75 per 
cent. No. 5 increased 5 iier cent.' ' 

Y. P. S. C. E. has now the most ef- 
lieient leadership of Mrs. Helen J. 
Thomiwon. Watch it grow at 7:30 p. 
m. Each LOrd^fe Day Bro. R. Tumage 
will give chart lectures on character 
reading from the hand. Note the lines 
of your hand as he will introduce us 
to ourselves. Preaching always at 8 
p. m. Discussion at 9:00 promptly. 
Come, you are welcome. Good music. 
Mrs. F. B.- Miller, choir directress. 
.Miss E. Tatum. orgaaist. 


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And fey Appointment 

'.'Ufl.towles 


PHYSICIAN A SURGEON 
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Rea.. 1S07 E. 20tli St 
\M Anflolea, Cal. 
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talmca of oopk aoBtli: all maaUan 

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r. aro alwaya vatou^o. 

OBO. B GORDON. P. a 


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— -Taljfc Wltb — - ; 
^|\ ipONEirrBEAt E^kTAJFC \^ 
32U doRtral Ave. Hum. i3M7-J 


Houra: B to 11 A. M^ 2 to 4; 

t.toS P. M. 
Phones: Oflleo Main 2S99 ' 
Roa., Mum. 8t2S-W , 


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PHYSICIAN & SURQldN 

9i*ito 9 and' 7— OoontpotMan liiiiido. 

Raa^ 1,09< e. «Mi 9t. . . 

■943'OBMTIIAL AVC 
LOS ANQ6LK8 CALIFORNIA 

<i~—<o 4 

Plioi^*: 0««c M«i<t 2989 

Rea., Hum. 1344-W ^ 

? Vr'.iBOCTOR 

ROADDEHDIISON 

* 8PECIAp2ING IN PLATE 

QCNTIST 

Suite 4 and' 6— Cosmopolitan. BIdg. 

843 CENTRAL AVE. 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNM 

Res,.a26 E. 3t«t &t. 


TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Seth St. and Normandie Ave. 
Rev. J. A. H. Eldridge, Pastor 
Sunday school well atteaded and 
very much aHve. Sunday being tbe 
Missionary day our pastor preached a 
real missionary sermon at 11 o'clock. 
His text was taken fom Matt. 7:20," 
"Wherefore by their fruit ye shall 
know them". Everyone present is- 
ceived a spiritual blessing. D. Y. P. 
•V. still busy and doing wcil. .\ real 
good program wa srondered at 7:20 
by the Missionary Soeiety. Xonsc to 
Trinity. A welcome for all. 


HAMJUTON M.^E. CHURCH 
E. IStli and N^oml Ave. 

H«v. 9. M. Besns, Paster 
Sundav, as men's day at this church 


rioH3 scflpturcn were dlscusiiod and ^was a fine day, aind a much qnjoyed 
it was njade plain horm God abhors!' cue. The sermon at eleven o'clock by 
back sliding. Tho hack si'der does 


It irts-awvieiw Dey Id Sot.ijy school 
. Sii9<laT. and too sevecal 
"to.iliiaTter' wew »(>bo «w- 



more harm, and is a grcat'T stum- 
bling block than one 'who bas ijcvcr 
been converted. 

A very good program was enjoytd 
in the B. Y. P. r. and rare talcot Is 
somctinios discovered In our little 
folks. Every one is given a chance to 
US'" the talent God has given him in 
OUT B. Y. P. V. Come and worshifi 
with us, and partake of our spiritual 
an* materiHl feast. 

A free dinner, vith every t!iii>,? to 
(lat Is served iri lh«! dining hall overy ' 
Sunday toi all. Hen-vices each nigiit in 
tbe week «ccspt Saturday. 


PHILLIPS CHAPEL C.M^. CHURCH 
Fourth anfi Bay Sto. i 

^nta Monis»,,Cal»f. I " ^"^S'i 


Evangel jjt \Vm. L9wia, Notional 
Gospel Slnfeer ot Chicago, 11L, is con- 
ductlogr revival services for ne.y..\ D. 
C. Carioi' attU memberj of Phlllipa 
diBipcl. Santa Moaicu and -a gl^t 


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meetlhc is oo- t'p. to date 33 ttoals 
have bedli oaved'tor Chftst. AH. t9o 
Cburckes <^f'tlie Bay JEUstrkt 9fr« 
'^l«9(l«d tte'lr ^«fis to mal^9 4U»lt|)l« 
Mrewest 'wecttafciever luM on no 

rMcnea -Dtt^ Fzom twajrf^ws .aiMHeace atf bo siqgtoitio 


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1t«f«a: V4tli4i]Ke 814^ 


Houn of Consultation: 
10 to 12 a. ip„ 2 to r 

1219. Phone 828-145,. 


WAWT 

board. 


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Tba (raauat .aiofeoiOBt to ^•'*55' 
tipry of the 9$A Be^pie of l^« ■oP" 
One Ood. one aim, one 4eatto7. 

Tho UiiifecsaJ'iin«rave»oat <*oi*rf- 
atloti ■ and Afrtoali Oa rom i wltto d • 
L^afBO wants ev«ry blac^ aurn «ad 
WMBon to W t O in e an actlra aaotokof- 
Of tbe orraoixation. It ycni h»v« prido, 
if roa fed diat by cooperation we<paa 
malre coodUtons better in this StoU 
and' otber states, if you believe tkat 
the black boy or black girl is the e- 
qnal of other boys aii(^ girls of otker 
races, then provnit sow bje co-opemt- 
Ing to demoaatsato' «nr uanbood and 
W^manoQd. not fcy talking, but by do- 
tiMr tbln«s. We respect the rlgtato of 
all iranklnd believing always In the 
Baotkerbood of man and tbe fatber- 
hood of God. 

Tbe general oblects of the TTnlTor- 
sa| Negro Improvem^t Asso. A Atrl- 
can Communities League - are : To es- 
Ublisb a uni/ersal cbnfraleralty 
among tbe race; to promotethe splrR 
of pride and love; to administer to and 
assist ttie needy: *o aasiat in xivSi- 
ing tlie back wood tribes pf Africa; to 
strengthen the nationalism of lode- 
I)endent Slate in Africa; to establish 

IcommlBsionaries or aspncies in the 
principal coaQtries of the world for 
Tvw men to room ■iw . the' protection of all Black People, ir- 
S2nd Sfi-eet j respective of nationality; to Mt<ab- 

lisb universitfes. coleges and sokool- 
or tbe l^ial education and culture of 
our young men and women: to con- 
duct a worldwide commercial and in- 
dustrial intercourse for the heaofit of 
the race; to work for bettermetit of 
Black People. If these objects vlo not 
appeal to you. then you arc dead to 
alll sense of race pride and race map- 
hood- j , ' 
Meet evefy Suudav afternoon at 3 
o'clock, 1031 East AiU'M Street, Los 
Angeles Division. No[. ItS. , , ,. . .1 


AlVtoo Chnarar'*^ t. «. «. B 
■Mto Brat and third Wadaoete) 
aftenooM at S o'Otoek at tho hal' 
814 )(| C«9tral krm. 

KR8. NANCT mens. W.' II 
ISSS Hoopor A< 
KATIC OLiam. Boer.. 


voDom NoncB 

OfBceia of th* 

Most Worsblptni 

Bovereign Grand 

Lodco of Fro* 

and AccoptedMa 

sons for tbe Stot< 

of California fd 

■. W. «raa« Maatar. J. H. WUo9B. 

~ addraaa 98 IS Holmea Am.. U A 

R. W. Dopaty O- M., Y. a. jnhaaon 

Oakland 
R. W. Gtead Bastor Cardan. J. fi 

BilMPB. aacramacAa. 
S. -iMSna* Jaator Warden. T. • 

Jonbon, Loa Ancwlea. 
iL -W. Orand Treaaarar. B. B. Hon* 
_ lent. B^ei«8«ld. 
R. W. 'Oraad Laethra*. Bmmnf 

"KaMit. Loa Aaaatoa. 
-H. W. G-wnd 8oer«ai7. O. St. WB 
•on: *A.\e*m SU O St.. Uary* 
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L jGEAND LODGE ROSTER 

;«. 9JIAND JURIBOiCTION OF 


Ni'-ely furnixhed room in private I 
family on ear line B. Apply ir person, 
1919. E. JafUraon Street. 

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A SNAP 
One Aere «nd Small 
HoMte. Three Chiclc^ni 
House*; fivrec CliMcen 
Yank. Water Pwed 
Ihvouffh yard->^4i2SO0i)lD 

— Half c«dh! •■•:.;■:!'-( 

BETTER HURRYI ! 

BUY NOW! QB'QQ^ fill 
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Dr. T. ,F. KlL-her, dean of Mc(>lay 
school of Religion, Univertity of 
Soutihcm California, from tbe sub- 
ject, "The Arithprity of Jesus" was an 
inspirston itad a blessnK: He handled 
tho subject in.i masterly (ashloo, anti 
tly; aiidicncc went away odificdi At 
night, therti was a Men's program, con- 
sisting of ijiiusical numbers, by Mes- 
sers. Walker, Allen, White, Bryaa% 
Mr. White playiag a Comet solft. 
There was a litctrary selection by Mr. 
Uaveyi and an acldresn was delivered 
by Mr. 'T. B. Norman, from the sub- 
ject "The Call «t a<>d/' The chief ad- 
dress was delivered by Atty. W. O. 
Tyler, from the subject "Have We 
MadK3 Progress?" It was a maatsrly 
etfoBt. Tbe program was much en<> 
joyed by the large number of persons 
present. 

The women will conclude their pror 
gram on Sunday night with a '^ery 
flne . literary and masical program.. 
'CbiH postpunemoat was matto ueces^. 
K4M°y ^y tbo rain on the d»y which 
tlKty wore to eelobrate. 

The young girte ot ihe-iCburcb will 
havo their day o/t tt» i^sco^ ^%b4ay 
la A9(1I. Tha pastor. wW-pi^^^ a 
ffeeiat wrqtoa at tho U jt'clacfc-^fMp:; 
and Mmr wttl eejidor'a ipoffmrn^^* *» 
.7:39!ba«r. At^kiieia«'o{o«!k aa^ttia aeB' M 
.sad Buadar i« ApcH tj|» «lj(a.wi ' 
ImM. .MM^-iMUim^' Wji9«-a«"'*Wi9W. 

'-iMJNwitiWB .wiiii*.;if«a9Jpi*hy4. 


Of. Uta^a^s ji^lft tobtotff that fcr«ak 
9 cold 14 Qoa d» y»-2«a3 Ceatral Avo» 

Room 


FOR BENT:-r!Rooin in prints 
home. Call ^fore 10:00 a. M. ot 4f> 
toe 5 9* i|B„,9f2„E. SSth F49Cfe j 


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tiini'*^ at Ims) aMI nvuuj 

V>a«Uoa'ia'an tfea Coarto 1 
fprato. Ooaaattattim rrae. 

0949: |t4 B. aPflBf 8* . R9(aB 
911; Rhooa IfetmpoUton llZt: Boa.: 
«99 B(rah it.; rhona BMwr. 1999. 

A Bnaara deal aad a jilliaii af 



THE- LOS ANGELES COMMUNItV 

BRASS*^ BAND 

Now ROlicit.s your patronage for 

Concerts and Parades. T. M. Ti. Pre*. 

and Manager. 1454 E. 'iOth St. II. 

F. T. Brown, Sect. 

H. 8Q31W. .t 

J. A. Manner, Director. *• 

1551 E. WasMhgtoB. H. 4740-J. 

4 l-r-4. 

WANTED: Chirtren to care far in 
the home — Peroral att«jntion given to 
all children. ^3, 60. A«ro.-a Avenue. 
Watt^, Calif. 
Mrs. M. E. F. \ /^ 3-l.t-r 2 


KNfGHTS OF PYTHIAS E. A W. H. 

CALIFORNIA 1!>ZS-1924 
P. -G. C— J. Soares. ..Sacramento, Cal 
9. Rep.— 11. W. ilarkbam, Los Ange- 
les, Cal 


FOR SALE — Houses and lots wi 
Souttieast Section. Let me show you. 
Mr. Owner, list your property wit'h 
Clara' C. Hulbert for quick res^Hs. 
Phofle-Humboldt ^1-W. 

cranhaTaar 


APRIL 1. ?, 3, 1924 
Auspices Clubs ot Beth Eden Bap- 1 
sist Temple and Eastside .Mothers' ' 
Club. Beautiful display of fancy work \i ' 
and useful wearag apparel. Dinner ^'■ 
and refreshments at all times. Wed- 
nesday evenimS, April 2. program by ■ 
H:a.stside Mother'.s Club. Thursday.'- 
evening. April 3. "Slabtown Conven- 


3. C.—V/. P. Taylor, Sacramento, Cal. " tion " by Beth Eden Baptist Church. 
U. V. C. — A. A. Logan, Sacramento, Don't mis.s it. .\ bushel of ^un. 


Cat 

J. P.— J. J. Buncb. Pasadena. Cat 
a. K. R. a.—r. a. Balley, Sacramento, 

Cal. 
G. M. «.— J. U. Taylor, Los Angeles. 

CaL 
G. M. A.— M. Coleman. Pasadena, 

Cal. 
JC. I. e.— Eari Gray, Sacratnento, Cat 
O. O. Q.—J. W. ^B&aeU, Sacramento, 

Cal. 
Grand Trustees: B, F. Kenny, Sacra- 

m«nto, Cal.; F. Harper', Pasadena. 

Cal.; L. J. Smith, Sacramento, Cal 


27th and Paloma, Rev. L. B. Brown, 
Pastor. 

~ NOTICE 


W.\NTEn:— To gel in touch with a 
party by tife name of Joe I>uncan. It 
anyoni' happeas to know him: It will 
ho appreciated if he would write to 
660l5th .-Hreet. Oakland. 
V . P. RICHARDS. 


l«.H.TOOYLES 

ATT^RNeV AND COgN91|4.UOfl 

\ AT LAW 

Oedara] Practice — Criminal aad Ctrll 

All Courts- State and ITodenl 

I Room '932 Bryeon fl^dfl 

t49 Spj 9prin9 &tT LoaAai^Pai. 




Well, Well, look who's here aahlo^ 
Las ViiM^as Alleara* to the ftratna of 
Sunnyland Jiu, Eaater Moiidiiy «t 
Arlo^ Hall. Oanoln«^M 2 a. m. 1 



Mt^ke* good ' ice cream fr^yin me 
to 9%e chef per than, vi^l^n, .9^ 
>^nyr pax mwer , friil^v^li a 
special^. RI\one Kdm, MI9. or 
•all ; 

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924 9. BPRINO] STREET 

IB19I. l.>hiHi98mi. 

Res. 1209 E. Adama teuth 417 

LOS ANQItf 8, CAL. 

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miNTAl-S 

321S Central Avenue 
miope: Hwa. 3047-J 


—Talk With— 

.. OONES-REAL ESTATE 

3216 Central Ave. Hum. 9047-J 


FOR RENT: — Beautiful tree room 
modern furnished apartment (chrie- 
men apartment) 1328 E. 21st. Hum. 
2659-W. 



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WHEN YOU WANT TO 

mLYOURPROPERTY 

BARGAINS IN HOMES 

LEGAL PAPERS DltAWN OR 
SE|I¥ICES jOF A STENOG- 

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PUHiC STENOGRAPHER 

I^BPili I S i r <ia mq | M>m a n Bldff 
«43 CENntAL AVENUE 

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PHONES: ♦ 

Office: Hum. 7ai3-J; Hum. 207B ^ 

Rea.: 2944>74 t 

Office Hours: 2 to 4 P. M. T 

And by Anpointment $ 

R. S. Whittaker, I 

MEDICAL DOCTOR t 

Special Attention Given to Sur- ^ 

gery and Chronic Diseases Z 

Painlcas Delivery I>»ne at tha ♦ 

Dunfoar HospiUI ^ X 

1917 Cantrid Avemn 


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aiiy property at Watts — This thi'l^i 
ina« Health-Giving section exceic in 
values in modern houses and desirable 
property sites. 

Oont buy in Watto until you sec 
thaea special valuaa* handled by Mra. 
(dattic Shackelford-MeKnight. 

Six bargains near Abila >SUtion. 

Five 6-roem Houses just finished: 
modern in every way, 90x190. ranging 
from 92750 to 96000-9900 to 91009 
doiwh payment 


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Lost Friday aftemooa at th« Caat- 
side MoCher'a Home the different 
clnba sent r epresentatiTes to in««t 
with Mrs. E. Edwards. Chaixman of 
Exchange, to formulate plans for the 
annaal exchange which will be held 
Jane 1(17-18. 

Ctabii represented were the Helping 
Hand. Mrs. Baker, and Mrs. DeLaner; 
IrcqTiois Friday Morning. Mrs. Gravaa. 
Sojoaranr Troth. Mrs. Slaoghter. Miss 
Reed. Mrs. Thomas. Married Ladies 
Art Goild.^ Mrs. Westheimer. N'e Pins 
Vltra. MrsL Chism and Mrs. Stames: 
Psllmata Porters' Aaxiliary. Mrs. Staf- 
ford: Day Nnrsery. Mrs. Greer. AUens- 
worth. Mrs. Ramsey. Mrs. Flngan. 
Mrs. Whitten: Eastsid^ Mothers' . Mrs. 
Daris. Mrs. Bramlette. Each delegate 
selected what ikey would serre. so 
there woatd be no cooiictiag of -the 
same things. * 

Mrs. Bramlette was elected secre- 
tary and Mrs. Jasper Treusuier of the 
Exekange. 

. The aext meeting win be keU April 
llth. at 2 o'clock at the T. M. C. A- 
AU dobs are expected to send repre- 
sentalires. / 

Last Sunday aftemooB from 4 to ( 
tke Soj«vner Troth, Chib entertainad 
fn honor of Mr. John Payne. Mr. Law- 
rence Brown, diatinguibhe'd artist. 
and Miss Anderson, niece o( Mr. 
Payne, at the Sojoomer Tmth Home. 

Mrs. Tfliie .\llen. Social Chairmait 
assisted by Mrs. Lula Slaughtpr. Mrs. 
Era Thomas. Mrs. Lucile Shelton. re- 
eelred. 

Mrs. W. H. Joyce. Mrs. Atherton. 
Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Thibble 
serred. Mrs. Edgar Page furnished 
raasic. About 300 guests called during 
the afternoon. ' 


SojoniAer Truth Clob did itself 
honor. Monday evening. March 31st. 
when it presented to Los Angeles the 
two distinguished artists. Mr. Fame 
and Mr. Brown.' and Loa Aagele* 
tamed oat in apprcciatioB. 

The Eighth and Town avenue 
cbarch was packed which told ol 
mach snccess in every way. ' 


Los Anedes NJLA.CP. 


ActirWea for the yMffJtegan tn 
earnest with tke eatChoatbtic .meet- 
rage cf February and March. Bxeelt- 
ent programs charaeteriaed ««e* meet- 
iag, and both were enlivened by tke 
splendid singing of the Douglass Tem- 
ple Choir. A forceful iddresa by Ma- 
jor Anderson, on the subject of "EAi- 
cation". was delivered at the laM 
meeting. In response to a plea by the 
President. Mr. J. C. Banks, many 
membership renewals were received. 
A snhsantial collection was taken tor 
Mr. Ford, formerly of Detroit, 

The following is the list of ofllcera 
for 1914: 

President. Mr. J. C. Brooks, Vice- 
Presidents. Mr. J. Thos. Norris. Drs. 
J. A. Somerville and Rebena Robin- 
soB. Mrs. Sadie Cole; Secretary. Mrs. 
Beatrice S. Thompson; Treasurer . Mr. 
Bogene Walker: Legal Advisor. Atty. 
E. B. Cemti: Speaker. Rev. W. E. 
Shaw; Execntive Board: Rev. E. E. 
Listener. Rev. G. W. Shields. Rev. G. 
W. Shields. Rev. W. T. Cleghom Ma. 
A. HUl, Hon. Frederick M. Roberts. 
Dr. Vada J. Somerville. Mra. B. C. 
Bnckner. Mrs. A. C. RitftarAta. Mtt. 
J. M. Scott. Mrs. Lnln Slangter. 

The Mcretary begs to snbmit the 
following report of aethritiee for the 
year 1923, pablication of which has 
been delayed due to absence froq the 
city. 
Loa Anflcics Branch of The Nafjooit 

Aaaociatiofi for The Advanecment ' 
•( Celorcd Pcope 

-4- 

Secretary^ Report for the V#» 1i?» 

January t-Oeccmber 31. 
Mr. Presideat and Members of te Loa 

Angeles Branch. N. A. A. C. P.: 

The Lob Angeles Branch of the !t. 
A. A. C. P. has held ten exeeiitlve 
board meetings, ten regular monthly 
poMic meetings, eight Membership 
Drive meetings, a memorial service 
for Chaa. Tonng. and a UacolB-naac- 
laa Day celebration sni.-e the last an- 
nual report. The program of the CoL 
Yooag memorial was arranged l|y the 
Lambda Chapter of the Omega PsI 
Phi Pratervity. 

Among promtaeBt speakers at pab- 
llc meetings ahovld be nie<tim»ed Cob- 
giesaman Dyer of St. Lovis. Mr. 
Chandler Owen of the M caa e yt r, 
CoBgressman Lineberger of CalilMrB- 
|»^ Aasemblyman Frederick M. Rob- 
cris. Mr. Booker T. WaahlBatOB, Jr., 
CfBSciiiBan F. K. VTht^ter. and Rev. 
G. Wl Shields of Lo« AACrtea. Mr. 
Cfcas. F. Seabright. rerrcKBtUs the 
Jewish Christian ttatixm rne im u ADt- 
ance aad Mr. Chas. U RsMBaoB. rt:p- 
raPMtaig the ''Order of Justce" 

The program c<M»ttee. aider the 
dreetOB at Mrs. J. M. Scott has ftnae^ 
toed very offectvely. each mtm»m et 
the eoamtttee belag i t apoB Blliiir lor 
tbe eatire irognm of at le 
Colo 
wmi agaast aiOrt oa ow of 


Active rapport sad cooperat&m in 
tke work have been given by tha; fbl- 
lowing reverend gentlemoi: Rev. T. 
L. GriBth, Second Baptist Church; 
Rev. IJvely. New Hope Baptist; Rev. 
W. E. Shaw. A. M. E. Zion; Kev. A. 
M. Ward. First A. M. ^ Temple; 
Rev. W. T. Cleghom. St, PhflUps Epis- 
copal: Rev. Mitchell. ChrisUan; and 
Rev. E. E. Lightener. CongregatioBal 
Church. Revs. Lightener and '^yfard 
are members of the Execntive BItard. 
The membership drive under th^ di- 
rection of Mrs. Lnln Slaoghter restrtt- 
ed in about a thousand members, iih 
eluding many five and tea dollar snb- 
scriptiona. The catslanding feature of 
the drive was an open air meeting 
and barbecue arranged and conducted 
by the Rev.. G. W. Shields of Dooglss 
Temple Splritnaliet Chnrch. Une hun- 
dred and forty paid memberships 
were received from this ch'A'ch. and 
Rev. Shields has instmcted his sec- 
retary to prepare a N. A. A. C. P. 
Honor Roll to be framed anU exhibit- 
ed in his church. The Talbot Lodge, 
A. F. and A. M. is among the ten 
dollar subscribers. Mr. J. B James. 
who has been a regular iirE dollur 
subscriber fbr a umber of years, paid 
twelve doners subscription wl'h the 
explaaation ' that he wished to coo- 
tribote a dollar a month to the work. 
Very effective committee work haa 
been done by the SchooL Legal Re- 
dress and . -Legtilative coimajltws. 
Thru the eternal vigilance o^fMrs. E. 
C. Bnckner,: cha'rma-i of the School 
cominitte , kll distarbppces affectinit 
the relationship of tie colored acd 
-white childifen in tke s<:hool:3 have 
been amicably adjusted. Sirs. Buck- 
ner represented the N.A-A.C.p. at the 
last State Cbnfer;i»c.! of Social Serv 
ice Agencies; held ia Vo.semite Valley. 
Mr. E. Ban.Jn-Cemti. actin? for the 
Branch condiic:-M a lengthy inve!nii;a- 
tion of the ishooting of Mr. King is 
Blyihe, Califi. by ^ d«'cuty sheriff. In- 
suScieBt evidence presented the c»s« 
from being prosecuted by th ; Branch. 
At Mr. Cemti's sng£p«tioti. the Branch 
opposed the; election of Ralph Cris- 
well for the City Cooncil by pn'olici- 
ty shoeing his %lleged asaociation 
with the Kn Klnx Klan. ' 

Assemblynian F. M. Roberts, a 
member of our Executive Boasd, co- 
eperated with Assemblyman Bodaroc- 
co (white) in the passage <^f a bill at 
the last session of the State Legisla- 
ture prohibiting the appearance, of 
masked figures in public. This bill is 
an effort to ; curtail the activities ■ of 
the Kn Kluxi Klan. which are becom- 
ing alarmingly vicioos througboat 
the state. 

The visit of Dr. W. E. B. DuBois to 
CaliforBia in the spring greatly stimu- 
lated interest In Tke Crista. 

The Lcs Angeles Branch was repre- 
sented at the: Fourteenth Annual Con- 
feence in KansSs City. Kansas, be- 
ginning August 29th. by the secre- 
tary. Beatricej S. Thompson. 

'The entertaiiunent committee un- 
der the direction of Mrs. A. Hill, chair- 
man, assisted by the firemen and po- 
licemen, gave a successful affair at 
which over two hundred dollars (200.- 
00* was raised to apply on the annual 
appoirtionment. 

Respectfully submitted. 
BEATRICE S. THOMPSO.V. 
Secretary. 
The Secretary of the Los Angeles 
Branch. Natidnal Association for the 
Advancement of Colored People Ik 
holding unclaimed Membership Cer- 
tificates for the foUoiring-named peo- 
ple: 

Mr. W. D. BrtWhers, Mr. L. Carson. 
Mr. Jas. F. Clarke. Mr. Leon Pupleasis 
Mrs. Annie HiU. Mr. J. V. Hill. Mrs. 
Livta HBBt«-, Mr. Wade S. Johnson, 
Mr*. P. Bfahwe, Mr. Beldom Connor. 
Bfr. D. IX Nashbnni. Mr. C. E. Taflni- 
ball. Mr. Henry Teems, Mr. F. Van 
Bergen, Mr. J. T. Watkins. Mrs. W. 
WatliBgton, Mrs. Henry Williams, 
Mrs. Virginia iWllson, Mr. G. B. Wood, 
Mr. T. L. Woods. Mr. J. R. Skinner. 
Mr. David Wajlker. 

Owners of these Certificates acan ob- 
tain same by pommnnicating with the 
Secretary at 1883 W. 23rd Street. 

BEATRICE S- THOMPSON. 
1 ' Secretary. ^ 


Mary Elixabeth West, daughter of 
Dr., and Mrs. Charles 1 West <rf Wash- 
iagton, D. C wins Phi Beta Kappa. 
Oni7 colored girl in class of tweaty- 
foiii'. She voB the highest tumors in 
the Freshman year, and won the Do- 
land scholarship, which is the highesif 
schclarship that Weilesley gives, is 
her Junior year. 


D.S.CAtLA. 


Eat th^ np, Grixxlers! 

The BesTs and Grlzxlers broke ev- 
en In a dual boxing and wrestlfsg 
meet last Saturday, t*. C. at Berkeley 
won four out' of seven matches in 
wrestUng. and ^ C. at L. A. captured 
four out of sev& boxing events. 

Jeffoson Brown, 123 pound boxing 
Grixaler, defeated t^s bear^ opponent 
from.Aeginnlng to end. Jeff ia a com- 
ing champion in intercollegiate box- 
lag. 

Leon Whitaker. 145 pound Grizxler 
boxer, was robbed of a decision over 
the Bear kaptain. Ob! bnt next Satur- 
day the Oriizler is going to eat cham- 
pion meat. 

Lorwiz Graham is one of the contes- 
tants In the Oratorical contest at V 
C. Lorenz is a competent orator. 

The members of Upsilon Chapter 
Kappa Alpha Psi. are taking the leadr 
ing roles in University activities. 
Brown, Whitaker. and Graham are 
Kappa men. 


6000 !S YOUR CREDIT? 


Walk ftsto any of the szcat bo&ineas insti- 
tntiow of our ciity: Bankaj. Department Stores 
>ria|^^ places jand obserae the number of cos- 
^(HHgn fvfco af{e aUe to .pvfvhaae all they desire 
6n time payments. What plaices them m th% » ^ 
i^iiTiable position? Do yo* kn<>w that they arc 
irii adced to answer this qqiesti<m: Do Yoa Owatn, 
iAav JAmI Estate? If the valwer i? in the afSr-^ '>^ 
maihtt thor credit is good. Let uf help you tft:i ' 
esUbHsh yoor credit. We have honses and latttf 
f<»> Hue in all secrtioiis of Lqs Ansreles, ^t reason- | ': 
Ijahle paces and terms. j . ^ 


A few of our many listed are as follows : 

S-Room Hoi»e, locatcrd on East Side, $3300 
— $600 Cash; Balance arranged. 

6-Room doable house. West Side, $37 
$2500 Cash; Balance $30.00 per month. 

5-Room House, East Side, $3500 — $1250 
Cash. 

6-Robm House. E. 23rd St., near Central 
^ve., $6000— $1500 Cash. 

4-Room house at Watts; 3 Lots* 150x150, 
50— $800 Cash. 

-8-Room, tw<v«tory house, EL 28th St., near 
6rifBth, lot 50x150 to alley, J8500 — $2500 Cash. 





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Jmior Concert DeLnxe 


The Junior Choir of First A. M. B. 
Church. 8th and Towne avenue and 
their friends, on next Sunday evening 
Apiil Sth, will render a Junior Con- 
cert DeLuxe programs The choir has 
been augmented to lOO voices, and the 
singing premises to bi some of fSe 
best ever heard in Los Angeles. , 
Youiifi Ladies Chorus 

One of the main features 6n the 
program will be a young ladies' cho- 
rus, consisting of 30 beautiful yonng 
ladies, w'nose fine singing will thrill 
all present. They wfll sing classical 
and semi-classical, anmbers. 

First A. Itf. E. S. S. Orchestra 

The 20 piece Snnday School orches- 
tra will be another iKndllnef' on the 
program. They well be assisted by 
outside talent and will play classical 
numbers and favorttfe melodies. 

In addition to the 100 voice junior 
chorus, the 30 voice yonng ladies' cho- 
rus, and the S. S. orchestra there will 
be both vocal and insmimental solos. 

A high class program is guaranteed. 
The proceeds are for the benefit of 
the "Ont-of-debt-raHy". 

Rev. 'A. M. Mard is the pastor. 

Elmer C. Bartlett is the director. 

The date is Tuesday, April 8th. 
The place is Sth and Towne av««nne. 
Admission .^O cents for adults. 25 
cents for children. 


HiwIrPliiliiniiby 

SORROW 

By Georgia Oeuflass Johnson 
"Sorrow has many precious Jewels 
in her lap." 

If we shoold cBont np the invalu- 
able aftenaaths of sorrow, we would 
BO< be so des^Biriag when she draiM 
near. Maay if ovr most cherished «s- 
p e rie c e s haw been those resnltiag 
from sorrow, thns is the heart at- 
toaed, the texr-briauned eye beholds 
tka rainbow, the sirideB haad re- 
ceives the earcas of tlw maBitcent 

Sorrow's mantle is a high privilege 
aad we should; wear It gracefully, un- 
der Its shado«r life's rarest lessens 
are learaed. 

lato the garden of aontrw 
Some day we a^ mast rtM^. 

If not tada(y, then to mo rrow 
Beneath; its porpie dome. 


POLICE OFFICERS CORRECT ER- 
ROR—DELEGATE BASS REr 
PORTS ON GREAT MEETINGS OF 
EAST— CAPITALISTS AND FfH- 
ANCIERS TO MAKE ADDRESSES 
SUNQAY 


Before aa audience that crowded 
every seat of the Forum's anditorinm 
Captain Glen and Lieutenant Garrot 
of the city police departmennt pre- 
sented the records and facts refative 
to the arrest and extradition of Mr. 
Ford to Alabama. These two officers 
were chosen from those pcesent as 
spokesmen. With words well selected 
and in concise manner they showed to 
the satisfaction of all that they were 
at all timee within lin eof their 
sworn daty, rendering whatever as- 
sistance possible to their charge, set- 
ting at nanght the wholly errcmeons 
impression that these oBcers mali- 
cioaaiy railroaded a Black American 
from this state to Alabama. 

Chairman McKianey took occasion 
to state that the most of the colored 
offlcers of the police department are 
a credit to our people, that they are 
our servants, gnardia«s, protectors, 
not spies and persecntors. and, in- 
stead of maligniBg and ctmdemning 
them, all law abiding citlxens shoold 
enctnrage and snpport them in the 
discharge of thebr daties. for aaly up- 
on the -wicked and traasgzesaor. and 
him who sits ia tke ctmneOs of the 
angqdiy does the UMk of aahority aad 
the -heavy hand of the law descend. 

Editor Bass was the Forum's repre- 
seattlve at the Sanhsdrin Coaaeil that 
met in Chicago last monyL While ke 
attended the sessioBs of the LinctAn 
RepnblicaB Leagne and enoote home 
stopped at Nasirrfile. Tena., where 
the Natioaal Negro Press was in ses- 
slea. IB aD of these meetings aad 
gatheriaga oar reptaaoitatiTe was an 
aetlTe partleipaat and 
Sgnre. His iwnwiiitlBg of 
tncB was ln<sad iatareatias a* atl- 


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lOwn Yoor '^ne^ Jiiid Af^ih^ tt| 
Ibve. fafestk Property anl be Assnred of 
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denced by the atteatloB gtven the 
speaker long after the honr of ad- 
journment had past. . ' 

Next Sunday the Forum will be told 
of the Praake System of Ftauacing 
as incorporated by the UnHr Fiaance 
Company. This company Vi being or- 
ganised by oScers and directors 
headed by oar oarn Dr. Eagene Nel- 
son, who' stands oat in bold pre^min- 
enoe in the liaes of this special ea- 
deaTor aad as pabUc spirited Blat^ 
AmericaaB ia aS eflprts' of onr peo- 
ple. A hnmber of these oScers and 
stock holders win be on haad to far- 
nisk first hand InfbrmatiaB as to the 
obieets. porppaes aa|d aims embraced 
aad the manner that< it hopes to reach 
and serve and benefit the largest num- 
ber of our people. 

Preaident Pitts is anzioas that the 
seakioa begin promplly at 4:30 that 
rootine matters niay be di^Qatched to 
give these teaacial P taaa tru aaii^ 
time to prasaBt tha aroaderfal merits 
of (Ub vraiM^ragtkT woisaieBL 


NOTICE 


Oneass' ; Contest of Elks Pageant 
will close Saturday evening. May ItOh 
at 9:30. All Queens and their friends 
are nrred tio be o nhand. 

Hlftlk LEVITT, Director Gen. 
EMiKrEL THOMPSON. 
Vit. DIr- Gen. 


Colored Children are invited to the 
Southwest masenm to pictures'^ and 
classes. All ages, car fare for those 
not .having. Be at Eagle ofBce at nine 
<tL. M. Sathr^ay. Bverythiag free. X 
real good time. EdocatiOB. Recreation. 


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Wt. andj^Mrsj Afn«w A.. Scott of 
130S E SOth Street, en Sunday March 
30th enliertaiBcd With a dinner party 
te hsaor a^ MrsJ jtahammitt. of Oma- 
X we#e-Hr. -and Mrs. 
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{cause, and its cause is almost invariably the business abil- 
Jity of the man directing the activities of the Institation. I 
I Our success is based on experience, ability and integrity, 
jThe Citizens Home Investment Company's service, imd^j 
{the management of S. B. W. May is safe and dependable. 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT — ^We are managing in-j 
I come properties for over 50 clients — both resident andj 
I non-resi3ent. Why not yours? A few of our special I 
|proi>erties are as follows: 

6-room house — 4 4-room Duplex on Hooper Ave., near] 
j40th St., Hardwood floors. Income property $330G will 1 
Ihandle this wonderful piece of property. - i - 

2 Vacant Lots on Ascot — $2^00 Cash or $2900 < 

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-Vtavt Dlatrlct: SUte Senator Tredr 
e. Basdy. UMah; Qlea C. Mnnlock, 
BspU Rom. banker. 

•eoOBd Ctotiict — C. H. Sergeratrom. 
Bnaors, banker. WiUlam G. Ij^. Aq- 
kwrn. Berchant 

'Third District: J. W. & Butler, for- 
pmt president CaHf. Bar Aaao, Sacr»- 
iMBto: W. &L Veale, Martlnes, Under- 
■iMrlff. 

jry>nrth Dlatrlct: Marshall Hale. San 
JMncisco. merehant. Mrs; D. E. T. 
|S%iton. San Frandsea. Club woman. 

rtfth Platrict: T. P. Mneban. San 
ftanclBco. cattle bayer; A. W. John- 
ion. San FrancUco, mining man. 

SUth District: Oeorge«C. Pardee, 
Conner Ooremor of Calitornia, Oak- 
land: Cbarles DunscoaU>e, Berkeley, 
•ditor. 

Seventh District: AV. W. . Glddinga, 
Modesto, banker; Harry B. McClure, 
Vtaala, orchardlst. 

Eighth District: Henry M. Ayer. 
Santa Clara. P. Cal. Asso. o( Super- 
visors; F. P. Peabody, Santa Barbara, 
mafacturer. 

, Ninth District: A. L. Rowland. Pvh 
adena. attorney; W. E. Evans, Glen- 
dale, attorney. 

Tenth District : strs. Helen Mat hew- 
ton Laughlin. Los Angeles; William 
Ifay Garland, Los Angelas. 

Eleventh tHstri^t: W. B. Clancy, 
JUxarsMa, orchardist; John D. Spreck- 
l:3. San Diego. 


DEEGATES AT LARGE 


William 11. Crocker. Republican na- 
tional Oommltteeman from Calilomia. 
BarUBsame. 

.Cha*«8 C. Teagle, president Cali- 
fornia Walnut . Growers Association, 
Saau Paula. 

Mrs. Florence Coilins Porter, first 
womaa to be elected as a member of 
the Republicw Committee, Los An- 
geles. 

Frank C. Jordan. California Secre- 
tary of State. Auburn. 

0. C. Chapman, orange grower and 
agricultnrallst. Fullerton. 

Lewis H. Smith, attorney. Fresno. 

Mrs. Addie Garwood Kales, Preil 
-ttjft Oaifomla W.C.T.U., Berkeley. 


CooH^ Sepporiers 


tme Jrd; North Carolina, 8*t«rday'f 


t^'V-^ifit of titi-nota-\ 


WaaUnctpa. April itb; Rho4e !« 
l«9d. April 7Ui: QUnois. Apriilitk. 
(following a primary bs April sth); 

n"^*''^.^'*'* nth; DelAwarp. Awrjl 
Mnd; O^Uhonr*. April J3rd; Ariio. 
na, April |8th; Mlawiurt, April 2Mb: 
«mi Ute t«|ptH Bunion in Oeorgia 
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SheHtf 3. % ttytnot San Diage 
Optintjr, so they say, will make tke 
lace |or Qonjress' In the 11th CpngMS- 
sfonal Dditrirt whleh 'comprise* Saa 
niego. Inpari^l,, Bivemiite, and; Saa 
;B«mardlno Coitntlea. Thia will be wet- 
cpai© news to the Cplt^red RepuMI- 
can* of tl^s dtatrlct. The incumbent 
Congressman 'Swing has never been 
able, to see them much less to give 
them any pclitical recognition or con- 
sideration. Sheriff Byers is * bi^oad 
gaged, high class citlsen who Is the 
friend of the people and if he decides 
to run shcjtld receive 100 per cent 
support from onr group. j 

Governor Friend Richardaon was in 
towa for a few days this week look- 
ing things ever wi that be will be in 
a posHiqa to make -a' few more i^ew 
judges. The Governor looks fine and 
is ax congpiila] amJ deniocfatic an ev- 
er. We have -for the Governor i 'high 
personal ^r^ard but we have : Jiisl 
kept up our demand for iiecoSuitiuii 
and will cr.atinne to do so until! .>ur 
change comes. We are giving him due 
credit for the consideration which hi; 
gives to ou- good friend and fellow 
citi;Scn. W. E. Kaston and we say that 



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FORmSIDIHT 


I T^Mloaians 4:rS-M; "Bii 
)ttld >BOt have ybu ignoraiil, 
ita. eoncerniBp them that [aV 
tUI jfMtncm Mt avia tH- 
" JWa wj Iw^e. For U w» 
t~TmiM lOei and roaf 
'%• dram «iat are inVUn 
.irili God bring with 
we aay njito ytm b> tbb 
Otd, ttaa we that are 
r-, '— r-- i?** "•**i'» th» coming of 
the 'lipM. ^|halr> ao wise preceede 
them i that aw fallen asleep. For tht 
Lord j Hlmfwlf ,ah*U descend froio 
heaved, with a sbouK with -the vdloa 
of the Archangel and with the tmnip 
of God. Ahd the dead Irh. Christ shaH 
rise Urst Then we thatxare alive. 
»»»frt are left, shall tagetker with 
them )be eaiisfat up Into the clouds to | ^ ^ 
me«t the Lord in the air. And s^ shall 
we evjer be|wUh the Lord", 
I 

TMCe ^all My Servants Be 


We B*e by the (oregdng that all 
shall )iot die: but that those who a^-e 
alive iibfn the Lord comes shall meet' 
Him ih the clouds and (n the air. We 
sec that He in His coming will have 
.eacht the earth "realm, for He will he 
iK>t in the tar away bleak "heavens of 
the st^s ", but in the earth's atmos- 
phers lamong the clouds. .Tbicse who 
are alive enjoying the translation, 
chall 4ie«t ilfm there. For where the 
^caae ts there shall the eagles be 
gathered together. M^t. 24:28. 

B«t «r^: gee also the dead sball 
arise— the dead in Chist. , The resur- 
recitloa of tile wicked is mentioned 
elaewherc. put here the Spirit Is 
speaking of His own. The Lord is 
speaking of Ills saints. His body. 

Two Resurrections 

The Bllile t»iaches two rosurrpc- 
tions, th'at of the just and' that of the 
unjust. John 5:24-29; Acts 24:15; Rev. 
20. I . 

Thpr^-are lho.se who talk of an "out 


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A Day's Tour of iie Orange Kingdom 

Itlea of Travel, visiting famous Mission Inn at Riverside. 
Heights at .Redlands and Other Points of Interest. 


Mr. Easton 1« jKorthy of all the con- •"esurrectlpn" and a "better rcsurrec 
sideratloR whieiKiean be b^|taw«d u;>- ' "~" " **"" """ "' ' "' "■""'' -•^-■• 


on hlai. 


Those oignlag the foregoing in- 
qlode: . 

W. M. Qif-'Isj Gnrchdolyn Cordon, 
diaries Oli^cpi K. Burton Ceruti. 
Frank A. Gordon. W. M. Austin. E. C: 
NaUon. B. T. Spikes. John C. Spikes,' 
Ansa M. Spikes. Myrtle Mae Williams. 
Mhert U WiUlams. J. H. Jonas. Marie 
V. Joaae. James M. Croin. Mrs. Myrtle 
Crodn. William Roberson, Joseph W. 
Mckinney. Mrs. B. E. Prentice. Albert 
E. Dnncao. Foster F. Sidney, N. L. 
Logglns. M. C. Cooley. W. M. l»atter- 
soB. Lauretta Butler. Frank C. Twin- 
er. Mrs. Julia Turner. Albert Bau- 
qiaan. .Mrs. Rosetta Baiunan. John L. 
Fnane, Mrs. Belle Frome, R. H. 
Ricks. G. R. Arnold. G. W. Wilson. J. 
W. Griffln. U, T: McKim. L. H. Rhine- 
hardt. Monroe Elgin. I.,eon Raggp.t. 
ioha H. Hicks.. H. M. Moore, W. T. 
Bw Sey. U J. Raggett. Harry Hjgan. 
Edsar A. WllUams. Clarence E. Drew, 
t. Arthar White. William J. Sutton. 
Ous Conway. Hugo Hunter. Isaac 
ChllhMe. Jess H. Graham, Ellis Ray. 
Joseph Fr»emair,'~L. Pearson, L. B.i 
Soddur, Edward R. Reynolds, F. W. 
Kadall. John C. Neal, Eugene Serral, 
Frank Roaa. J. P. White. W. W. 
Holmes^ W. E. Thistle. H. S. Moors. 
H. B. Smller. Richard H. Wade, Sam- 
ual H. Pool, Mrs. S. E. Pool, S. S. 
Tamer; W. T. Cleghom, J. H. Shack- 
elford. Tom C. Carey. Madeline A. 
Carey. Robert White. Fred Edward 
Ory. Elizabeth Ory. F. C. Stancel. K. 
R. rkaae. A. Kinr. H. H. Towles. Jas. 
P. *?attoD. Mrs. M. I... Bratton. Roh- 
«t C. Davis. A. R. Dennis. J. Black- 
wall. P. LaMart. H. R. Smith, Edna V. 
Mra. Lucille King, Un. Anna 


John Atar. 615 WostniiDialcr Ave.. 
Venice, (alil.; Mrs. W. B. Darby, oii 
Weatniiniater Ave., Venice, Calif.; W. 
B. Darby. «S5 Westminister Ave.. V>n- 
le«. Calif. : Osrttnld Carter, ]7Ui 5th 

aL, Santa Monica. Calif.; Andrew , , . . , . 

Joaes. 613% Westminister Ave.. Vcn-^'^*.'* '^r'" ^^ *'''"'^ "' ^^"^ "^^'S- 
ice, Calif.; AniU Wilkins, 607'/^ Weat- 
aHoiater Ave.. Venice. Calif.; Jennie 
HNaary. «05 WestmlnlBter Ave., Ven- 
i4B. Calif.; Alphonse Henry, 605 AVest- 
miat»M)r'-Ave.. Venice. Calif. 
. #|aiaa Wigslos, , (35 Westminister 
jii^, Venice. Calif.; Houston H. 


35th St.. I.,os Angeles; Mrs. Helen 
James Strawn, 12»5 W. 35th PI., Los 
Angeles; Mrs. A. P. Dnronsseau. 1302 
W. .-SSth PI., I.OS Angeles; Mr. Clifton 
Cloyd, 1295 W. 35th PL. Los Angeles; 
Miss Christian Clifton Cloyd. 1295 W. 
36th PI.. Los Angeles ; Mr. Robert W. 
Mccarty. 1338 W. S5th PI.. Los An- 
geles; Mr. Paul J. McCarty^ 1338 W. 
35th PI., Los Angeles; Mrs. Ruble 
Papl McCarty. W. 35th PI., Los An- 
geles; Mr, Leon P. McCarty, l33S W. 
rssth PI., Los Angeles; Mr. Bennie 
Maddox. 1437 W. 36th St.. Ixis Ange- 
les; Mra. Iva Bennie Maddox, 1437 
W. 36th St.. Los Angeles. 

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Get Ready to Vote for a 

Republican Candidate 

And Progress 

KcKi.stration for the prosldontial pri- 
mary on May 6Lh will cicse on iho 
day that the current issue _of Tbo 
Eagle comes from, the prose. A grcat- 
or body of citizienH will be eligible t.i 
yote than ever before in tho history 
Of the state, according to the latest 
flgures which have been compiled. 
Registrar of voters, Lyons, an March 
28, had registered 434,623 citizens in 
this county. Of this number 268,985 
were registered a.<i Republicans. At 
the last primary held in August, 1322, 
the total registration of Los Angeles 
ccjnty was 429,801. The Republican 
registration at that time was 253,457. 
The vote cast in this county wa.s ap- 
proximately 37 per cent as compared 
with 56 per cent in San Francisco 
county,' 57 pqr cent in Alameda coun- 
ty, 62 per. cent in ,San Diego county', 
and 69 per cent in all other counties. 

Tho prnbleni wliicii confront-i all 
political p'tTtioa and all factions of 
llRKu parties is getting a large per 
cent of tlK- voters to the pdlls on May 
6th. Tho large rcBLstration. according 
to party leadcrK. is meaningless un- 


icrcd vote. 

Race reHidchtH cf ~ Monrovia have 
organized a .4^>t>dge for President 
Club and have made plans {or cbn< 
ducting an intensive progi-am in Pres- 
^"*^°* Colldge's bahalf in the nearby 
BkMes. 640 Wmtoistei-'^Aver Ve'a- 1 '^"y- ^^^^^Ji^ }c an unnouncemant 
Sfc CaLrD B. Shellleld, 559 WeStr ">*"« ^'^ the- local campaign head 
■MrtarVi^^VeWca, Calif.; Mrs. N"""^* ^'esterday. ^ , 

B^^aiien«td, 569 WestnHnister I ^ 0«cers of this org anU^tlon tire W. 
■^■'•' Venice, Caltt..; Niek DisUooio.l 
Ave.. Venice, Cal.;, Mrs. 


Tie three express, together with the 
title of the literaturcj the contral ideas 
of the Coolidge candidacy, aecording 
U> members of the komniiKet direct- 
ing activities in Prestdeut Calvin 
Coolidgc's behalf in Southern Califor- 
:ila. . 

When tho Republican party was re- 
turtied to power Ijyi the grfatest ma- 
jority ever given a party. In 1980. 
there was one Halient idea in the 
mind.s cX the populace ol the country 
— ;that of a continued prosp^lty, ac- 
cording to expressions of that time. 
It was then that the effort was insti- 
tuted for a "return to normalcy". The 
resnit has \teea that industrially the 
United States has been recognized an 
the world's Anost prosperous country. 
In a last analysis this has meant jobft 
for the rapk and file of the coitutry's 
workers, according to leaders of the 
Hepublican party. 

• In the agricultural sections of the 
country there has been a slower re- 
covery from the post-World war con- 
dition, but the confidence In the Re- 
publican party and Pres. Coolidge, 
as expressed -by the large vote ho re- 
ceived inf North and South .I>akota 
indicates, it is generally stated, that 
the farm program of tlis administra- 
tion satisfies the farmers of the coun- 
.ry. . ■ 

Since 1920 Southern California has 
enjoyed the greatest period of pros- 
perity pf -recent ye^s, according tp 
the members of the campaign combiil- 
tee. This, they, declare, has been due 
i^ alarge measuretd the constructive 
policy , that 'Kas bioen hiijlijtftlned by 
the Repi^bllcnn adrainistratlon. 

A continuance of this -policy during 
the next four years will mean con- 
tinued prosperity for I.x)3 Angeles and 
Southern California, and this belief. 
they maintain, is responsible for the 
support which lliey hav^ gtvctt the 
l*rcKident and which theyfare asking 
front UsfiHhIioans of this 4tatev 
' During the next few wo^ch Repub- 
licans of the irnited States will go on 
record regarding the policies pf I'rcHi- 
dent Calvin (:ooIidge. Campaign man- 
agers .t(.r the ohiei; uxecutivt; in SouUi- 
eni C,ali{<:: nia hff\'e . phulfeted that 
there will, be- a^ j^uflicicnt numVcr of 
delegates pledjotl to th<j ^'resident 


We have naf^or many inpons w-t- 
neaaed such iuaelUity leadiayg up to 
a campaigu fur de'egale to a Nation- 
;4 Qonventfcju ind .^e rise, t6 injure 
from the leaders, V^'hat's t^ matter? 

Look out for combinations on ti.e 
Superior Couit Juilres and don't ieatK 
,'i'dae Ira i;.'Jipp.^oa out otp any pf 
;r.eni. ' . ' ' ' ] ^' 

rolice Judj.f. H-ith J. Crawfordi has 
^•unouuced ibui. he vt ill he a candiiale 
f..'- a place o. li'o bench of the aup'- 
rior Court and take it front us he will 
let them all know that ho is in the 
rwp-l- 


Charlie 01ivi(r,,wli-- li.i-: been ini ub- 
tiially worMit3P,vi iMs page of the 
California K.ju .• left on last Tue«'l y 
i^ \^a8hU)^t:>>V D. C. Hi will be ab- 
-;'iit about ti.h or twelve Hays, .ie 
goes on a business trip llie naturle pi" 
which he did n^ r»veal: 


Church politics are very busy In 
some quarter.s just now. But in so far 
as California is concerned we are sat- 
isfied that' we have too much of that 
sort of religion and »'e don't. want any 
mere of it. It it is again thrust upon 
us we are gt>l«g to talk right out in 
church. 


THERESURRECnON 


By Or. C P. Jones 



1 Cnanlachaa, 665 W«a«miol*- 

Vealca. Calit: G. A. Tabor, 

•imialatar~Ave'., Vente*; M«s. 

I^tqimt. 540 Waat Vamice; An- 

CIS W.aatiBlBi«t«r Ave.. 

B. S. Buck, 1824 Bet- 

Hif. Battle 

1811 

M9S: 


D. Holllns. president; Mrs. S. H. Reed. 
H. C. Conley. Tliomas Baue, vice- 
preuidcDtK. §nd Mrs. Ltu.y Cherry, soc- 
rela.^y. The reverand <'•. W. Ret.d' has 
bwn selectcti as chairman of tho capi- 
palgu..°}lead^uertei-H gf the. body httvie 
been establisihed at 241 £.8St Iluntitigy 
ton drive.' , ^ • 

OtgaiilMti^n workers.' at >l>e local 
JieadqDartAraffteclaxe tluit> nuntber Qt 
additloal ra^ vris&fcatidBii 'are to bf9' 
iorpied iioon^ 


'.. ^ideiB)^ <^>k»:So\itke»> Oalifoi-jiiit 



, -, . ha»r 

|ra',iliatra>u^ng a UJH 

■ " ■ • "^^ . -vbich th)f«fe 

r "n^ne diti^ 




before the I<i«t^li«l Jitqpyblica^ Con- 
vention , so as to niake possible iris 
nomination on the first ballot. As the 
count now stands 244 delegates have 
been pleds^d to the Preildpnt. The 
fp^lowia^ is a list of these, represen 
tattves and thfi sections wtlch they 
^-epresent 

Minnesota. 27; {(ansas, 23; Iowa, 
24; i^ol<v^6, IB; Kentucky, 26; Vir 
ginia, 17; New Hampshire. 11; the 
I'billiplneB, 2;', North Caroling, 11 
Lonlsiaha. 13; Idaho, 11; Mississippi, 
i'i; Missouri, 6; Ugofgia, 2, and New; 
Mexico! 9; 

The faUowiug. is a .list' of .the pri- 
maries . which Trill 'he ' he W inribr '. to; the 
National cdUvoatuw:. . 
( Miohigaii. Monday, April 7th: Ne- 
braska.' Tuesday, April 8th; Illinois, 
'Tuesday. April 8tb; PenMyivanla, 
Toesday.-.JikprU tfaO.;. Mvwiduiifetta, 
Tupsd^, A««fl- *>«^; vPi^. -iiiWP^y.j 
' "■ " fiy; 


aiwai/'toadW,' 


Answering letter from J. L. SiieW- 
ard. 922 Pacific Avenue, Algiere. jLt 

Text .lohn 11:25-27. | 

The subject of the resnrrectloti is 
one on which there has been many 
differdnces of oprnlon. But is Ibis bet 
true q^ every religious doctrine? 

But on every subject the word' of 
God is a lantp to our (eet and a light 
to our path. l«a. 8:20. There is no 
light in its unless we speak accord- 
ing to the word. Ps. 119. ' 

PEATH ABOLISHED 

Kotice ilrst that the Holy Spirit de- 
clared by Paul to Timothy that Jesus 
"bathjibialiBbl death and hath brought 
life and immortality to ll^bt thru the 
gospel'. W Tia. 2:10. Nptice that it 
does not say 'that He will abolish 
death, Wut Herha»b aboUsht it. So then 
really in Him there is.no death. ATI 
is life. And whait seems death is oply 
sleep. And resurrection is only [an 
awakenlDR out of sleep. He that pc- 
lieveth hath everlastiog life. Jno. ;):- 
36. ^ ^not Hl8"^orils at the xrayejof 
Lazarus fi^rep wfth this? I am the ries- 
uirncUon and the life; Iw that bc- 
lieveth on Me shall never die. 1 have 
live; a^d whosoever livolh a.pd bc- 
lieveh ^n Me sh^I . never did. I hive 
ouoted the revised verBion .which 
tr^wslt^tes » iittle more faithfully tihe 
fiireek ip which Jesus spoke. 

On^Jcan see several things' here— 

1. The all-in-all-aess ^ Christ. No 
resarrectioB iitpari frcun Him. "1 aih 
ti^e j-esurf^tion." No lUe apart from 
HU*. 4i^k, 14:$; Phil 1:21-24; Oal, 
2:i»-/, ■■■^ , . ■'■ 

Z. Najct wd sec that the believer 
nuty ,di^, ,(iii.a' aaoso), but he ithfll 
yot Vve. ii>hija bespeaks tjie fipjiil rf:8- 
urrectioa uf all who "die in Uie Lprd." 
Rov. M!l34 1 Cor. 15. . 
' it al^ bespeaks .the fact tttal' their 
epirHa nsyar ^le. Mirk. W: 38,, 37. j^ll' 
live.uata Cod, slorloua Utoakbt. Luke 
20:88. 1 ■ ■ . , ./ ". ; . ^ 

S.The trapslatlou;. IBiioch pever 
died, bi^t Inherited glory ifl'a trains' 
luted jMNty J»d ai^rit, Mel». ll:5>. 6- 
jE^o ,*ith JElmilt, Hpwt i#s,tb?. Iftt^er 
triara^h ;p(. Afth- Tttese.we^. t^ it 
in- #»^il»; tfiH*,#,-for»w»n0rs «f. a, <aaar; 


tion", as tho the Body of Christ should 
arise in Sections. Such I fear, have 
not prjiperly . discerned the .body of 
Christ, I but have just followed pious 
notion. So doing we may become the 
authom and frequently the strenuous 
advocates cf all sorts of vagaries. 

The Undivided Body 

But when Jesu.<< arose and He was 
the ,flr:4t fruits of the resurrection. He 
<lid net arise in sections. When the 
.head camefropi the krare so did the 
little toe and tbe little finger. Also 
our baptism teaches us this-. We shall 
all. being members of Him. He beine 
our life, rise at once, and walk with 
Him in! the newness of a glorious 
resurrection of life. Ro. 8. 

The creature shall then be bom In- 
to the ^prions niberty of the sons of 
Cod. ' 

! . Literally True 

Some refer these things ^erely to 
spiritual and moral conditioas. They 
say there wHI be and can be no literal 
resurrection. Such are.maybe, wonder- 
ful tlng^, but they ve poor believers. 
All things are] possible to him that 
believeth. Mk. 9:U. 24. The just shall 
live by faith. David said bate 
thoughts. Faith Ls %-lctory (I John 5:- 
1-2). and they bho believe enttJr into 
rest. Hejb. 4. Believe God and He will 
do what He said, not what some one" 
imagine^ that He meant. Everything 
predicted concerning Jesus lyas ful- 
filled literally. So shall these things 
concerntng the resurrection be. He 
speaks and it is done. Ps. 33. 

Believe and live. Amen. 

Of wHat eball follow the resurrec- 
tion of the unjust upon earth, we are 
Infnrmeii In the Revelation 21 and 22 
tinO Fsafan S7. Read them and bs wise. 



Smiley < 


GUIDE-LECTURER. 


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Lambda chapter, Omega PsI Ph 
Fraternity wishes to make public its 
elected dfncert for the ensuing year. 

Themae L. GrifTHh, Basileuc; Jewel 
V. Hedtte, Keeper of Record*: Er 
Skine Hii^land, Keeper of Seals; Lloyd 
Griffith, 'Keener of Peice; WilalynSto 
val, Chaplain; Sumner Thomeson, 
Chairmaiji' of the fecial and Entertain 
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i)r. A. (ji.JSat^man, Mrs. B. F. Spikes, 
Mrs. Alioe Foster, Mr. iGeo. Hender- 
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Chlca«o. lUinola, Mar. 26.— Tbte is 
Pallmmn Porter week in the Windy 
CltT. CUcagOi adnhtedly the center 
dt kll thlnss which ^Sect the wearers 
of the well kaowa "Uncle George's 
Blue " to acting as boat to the group 
ot representatives eleclted hy a coun- 
try wide vote of the 9984 portera and 
idaida to confer with representatlTes 
of Uie management of the Pnlbnan 
Com'pany and negotiate an agreement 
on rules governing working condi- 
tions. 

The porters and maids were recent- 
ly granted an Increase of pay amount- 
ing to 8 perecent, but the men have 
conttended tor certain changes in 



workliiK ooBdttioBa lamikrptg tke lagfi- 
^ of boBn (» coostttmaf.*^ daj> vm- 
time and "utgalnt jimff riilea. Tha 
compuiy tharator* tfMMM to follow 
the same proe«dur» uiad with their 
condvctors and tj yniimu othar litce 
ilidnflt^ organintlona, that of ar- 
nagUxg for emirtoyee iepresentatlon 
to proaeat their grlaTanees. dlacuaa 
them with compat^ officials, the two 
bodies to raach a decision as o the pol- 
icy to be followed. The representa- 
tives -wera elected from eaclr'general 
dtotriCt to this the first of the gather- 
ings. 

^ Chlaageans Great Delagataa 

The delegates to the conference 
Wmch will last a week were intro- 
duced -to the citizens of Chicago, 
Thursday night at a public meeting 
which overflowe'd the boundaries of 
the 'Wabaah Avenue "T" auditorium, 
by the icolored mechanics and shop 
workers^ of the Calumet chops. It was 
a brilliant occasion and gave to citi- 


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SUITE IX^-CQSMOPOLITAN BUILDIMa^ /■ 
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D^fL CaUiaraMi Escrow and Fiaaao 



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mm 1*^1|* eemjpimr'a nmka «Mi!»r tlua 
«• parUea u ^1 aa a taorantlt ■•• 
jWMifMftn of the ealihT»'and'«blU^ 
of the men ohoaea to iriifk tar Uut 
beat interrats (tf their teUow empliir- 
ees. . 

• Some twenty oSeiala of the comps> 
ny were present some appearing aii 
the program which was punctuated 
hf band, orchestral quartet and vocal 
aelections rendered by the Cafumat 
Shop workers' organizations, the 
maids and porters.' Perry W. Parker, 
president of the Pullman Porter's baa. 
eflt Associaition, probably the i'^iieat 
known pullman man In the country 
and certainly the leader In all dt the 
movements for the betterment of (he 
group, was niaster of ceremonies; 


Lost Indian Found / 
"^ In I^ Hospital 


Fron the Associated Negro Press) 
Washington, D. C, March 25.- 
Xbcnrns Spybuck, Shawnee Indian, 
whos^ father residing at Tecumseh, 
Okla^fna. recently appealed to the 
Bnreali apt Indian Affairs to locate his 
aoh waatng sihce November 20, 1920, 
haa in^ft tound. 

Ik called at the Department 

terlor recently as a result of 

ring in the newspapers 

that a search was being 

him. He declared tha he 

^living in Washington. D. O, 

f^ischarge from the Army at 

jrv Virginia, four years* ago, 

iten warking In the labo.ra- 

Freedman'a Hospital. 

I explained that he had wrlt- 

fatther at- Tecumseh, Okla- 

'could not .understand why 

had not been received. The 

^' lidian Affairs notified th« 

^dent of the Shawnee Indian 

Oklahoma that Spybuck 

Dcated. 



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From* the Associated Negro nress) 
ilaghvHle. tenn,, March 25.— Plans 
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liams Unlirerslty, have been complet- 
ed by the governing board of the in- 
stitution. Committees were named by 
the board to formulate a curriculum 
or course of study preparatory to the 
fonnal opening of the Institution in 
Sepember. -^ 


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Best snapt in town— A five-room house (Calif, style) alt 
dolled up; down payment filO&.00; total 93500.00. Yoii 
Can!t beat it<— lot 40x120 — Sojiurry. 

A large house of eight rooms on East 20t]i St.,f near 
Central Ave. ; two baths and two toilets, only |2000 cash. 
Large lot 45x145. 

If you want something that'9 ?j» luflne' neighborhood, 
that's diiferejnt from the rest — vfs have it I Six-room 
modem Bungalow, three hardwdod floors, two bed rooms, 
hardwood floor den and'a swell dining room. East 57th 
St., Price $7500.00. 

Income property, we have it, two houses 6-roOm and 
kitchenette and one fonr-rooni itaodetn bungalow in Hii \ ' 
rear bring $110.00 per month; $2500 cash, total $7500. 

One five-room house (plastered nicely) on 35th St., 
near Central Ave. Garage, cellar, fire place; $150^^.00 
Cash — it's a snap. 

One 9-roOTO houne in Waits $2500.00 total; $900.00 
down. Lot 50x120. Raise a]1 the chickens you want. 
Balance $25.00 per month. 

Another inap in Watts, one five-rvom house (plaster- 
ed) for $30<|l.00 down. Total $2600.00; bal. $20 per mo. 
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IIOCH/4 Central Ave. Phone: 877-186 i 

Rea: 816 E. 37th St.— Phone: Hurab<ildt 6800-M . 

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lite reYf^ftl Mrv\c^ at ibBccmd Hkp^ 
tist Church have been well att«iHl«d 
Uire«sli- tke w«ek; Sef^R«B are I>«la|i 
coaducted by. Br. J. t. Habbard, of 
Oatltiad. 

M*. and Mrt. Maliory of Ktngs- 
burtrh contemplate morlBg to Bhresno 
In the near futnre. Mr. Mallory will 
coOdtact a first cla^e confecttoiiary, lo- 
cated' at 140 F street - 

Mr.. R. A. bftTis ha« been comitmct- 
ing six modem bnngalowa, Monltagne 
Court style. Mr. I>arls' Is preparing 
the nest (or Dan Cupid, -liit. Piavis's 
motto, the gent furnished the lady, 
Mr. DKvlg will fnrnish the home. Mr. 
J. B. Rose deals In furniture from 
kitchen to livnig room. 9ee Mr. Rose. 
He wtli feather your nest < 

B. C. Day deals lii-,frat8mal insur- 
ance. See him. Get that policy.- 

The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
B. James is very; sick. ) 

Mrs. Sarah Hamilton has been on 
the sick ?i8t but is, able to be - up 
now. . 

SerTices at Zlon A. M. E. Church 
have been well attended. 

Pe^tecosUl hks faM a full house 
throuvhoBt the week. 

Mrs. E. C. Proctor plans -goittg over 
to the wjndy city of Oakland for a 
few days this week. 

Bethel A. M. B. Church plana to be- 
gin wor* on tb4 »18,000.00 structure 
al>out April 1st. 

Watch the Supreme Royal Circle 
Friends. Their Annual ThanksglvinK 
Sermon, April 27th. Everybody is cor- 
dially invited. 


. : ft*f; J. H. Jmot, of t^ie^kk. 0<de;, 
ptMitiM tto 4. JH. jl, ckiwch Mk 
nvrmtm Mta ercBtef two Ten. ftaixr- 
inc MrdiQaB. Ber. M. O. Harria, of 
,Tiana.^Aiii9iA. waa the speaker at 
aeopirf ^*»tttt Chirfch Sontfay. Rev. 
VxuiM, B. Dones madela trly to San 
Dtego 3atard«« .nig)»t where he filled 
the ;^aiplt ait iUiB Mt Zion BapUst 
Church both tndnOng ^nd evening. 


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RENTALS -:- COLLECTIONS 

INSURANCE 

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Edw. A. Reese, Notary Public 


6-noom MoiiaC:; r-)mo. $1,000.00; CaSh| 

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.5- Room Stucco house ,$3500.00; Cash' 
11000.00 . 

5-Room Stucco $4500.00., Terms. 

13-Room Flat. Close ifi. Income $140 
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BONDED UCEN5ED REAL ESTATE BROKER 
Huuflias Property AU Over the City 

This Is Ail East Side Property 
FLATS ■ HOUSES AND APARTMENT 

HOUSES FOR SALE 

Do You Want To Buy a Home?— I Have 

Just What You Want. 

5-Rooin House, modern— $4000,(H) ; 

down $1500.00; $40.00 per month or, 

more, including Interest. 

7-Room Bungalow, H. D. W.; 4 b*d 
rooms — 16800.00; down $2500.00; 
$50.00 per month or, more, Includinsr 
: Inteirest. ' ' 

e-Rodm Bungalow— $6S00.0O; dd«;n IJiOOO.OP; $50.00 per month 
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^ lO-Raoifi' Bungalow H. D. W.; t be** rooms. Sleeping ° portsh — 
#10,500.00; down $5000.00: $75.00 per month or more. 

12-Roou Bungalow; 8 bed rooms— $8500.00; dbwd $4500.00; $M.OO 
par month. " ; 

13-Boom House; lot 65x150 to, ah alley pn- the conier-^$12,500.00; 
l^deifB H6OO.OO, clear: payments to' suit the'btiyer. 

'9 Family Fiat Building: H rooms down, Ei rooms up— $5800.00; 
IIISO.OO down; $i>5.00 per month. . * 

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Mrs. Marie Clay made a trip to the 
city Saturday ^returning to Long 
Beach Sunday afternoon. 

Mrs. Anna Bell Scott of Pueblo, 
Colo., who has beei^ the bouse guest 
of Mrs. N. V. Jones for the past 
twelve days, is now spending a few 
days with Mr. and Mrs. H. Taylor. 
Mrs; Scott win leave-thn city for her 
home this week going via San Fran- 
cisco, OaMand and S»lt\Lake City. 

Mrs. Amanda Gordon W E. Stuart 
avenue is very ill at this) writing. 

Mr. and Mrs. I^oweir Jones, who 
have been living in San liernardlno 
for the past few months, have moved 
back to the city. 

Mr. .pnd Mr.s. Richard Duncan of 
Sylveria street, are the proud parents, 
of a bouncing baby boy. ^ 

On list Friday eveninR the mem- 
bers and friend.<i of Second Baptist 
Chwrcli met i> a reception in honor of 
their pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. 
Chas. B. Dones, who will soon leave 
the city and church. ^A most splendid 
program was rendered after which re- 
treshmeata of brick ice cream, home- 
made cake and coffee were served. 
One of the many addresses and . pa- 
per.i^ffiven in honor of Rev. and Mrs. 
D^ea.iaTHhe following read by Mrs. 
I Jessie-, Taylor, president of the Wo- 
nien's Home and Foreign Missionary 
Society; 

Mistress of^ Ce/emorjies. vlsito^^ 
and friends, and woinen of the Mis- 
sionary Society of Secoml Baptist 
Church:— With regret will> try to 
write upon this important subject. 
Sister Dones, ate secretary of the Wo- 
men's Home and Foreign Missionary 
Society, and general Christian work- 
er, arriving in this city about two 
years ago, after meeting and getting 
acquainted with Sister Dones. I found 
her to be a sweet Christilan character. 
She tried to make everything pleasant 
for me as a Christian. I itound her in 
chnreh work in every department tjf 
the church, trying to make the church 
work a success as all pastor's wives 
should do. After being here a short 
time I "was elected president of the 
Women's Work. Slstef Dones was e- 
lected secretary and all during my 
term Sister Done? w^as to me what 
Aaron was to Moses. I found in he: 
so much consolation and god advice, 
so much consolation and gocd advice, 
lead as a successful president, and 
would so 'many times talk the-matter 
over with Sister Dones. Slie would 
give Buch good advice, until after 
praying, I would find our work moving 
on nicely. After I had served pne year 
Sister Freeman was elected president. 
Sister Dones was re-elected secretary. 
She proved to be a faithful secretary 
through, that term. Then 1 was electe'd 
president again. Sister Dones was re- 
elected secretary again, and of, how 
faithful she has been until tonight,. 
What a/ companion she ha^ been to 
me 'and what a help to'! the society. 
'\yill Wei fniss her? I can readHy say 
yes. She wJU be missed in our church 
work, in our society, in ' oui- prayer 
KMetinge, yes, from the choir, ^he 
was a Dorcas to Redlands, as Dorcas 
was to Joppa in- her £hri8tian work. 
We ask the prayers of ea^ and ev- 
etjr one thatt the Lord may send 
aiiotber siieh Christian worker in oar 
church as Sister Dones. ' 

lit prayer meeting every Wednesday 
evening with her two little children. 
When' it -t»«ned too bad for us to 
coBte, it. was Just right for -Sister 
Pfiiies. There to mingle her yoice and 
firayers with aa. In every .department 
jhe was there' to play her part well. 
Hej-- burden, inever seemed too heavy 
^ her. Neyer complaining, always ac- 
OB^ttiniT wlftttever was . put on imr to 
^K'lWe -regtet to see Sister. Dones 
H^^ns. We trast it i^ the will of the 
t>ii|d-to seua her to an4>ther 4eUl of 
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Great crowds tnrtied out last Son- 
day morning and evening to hear Rev. 
Jones speak. He Is the pastor of the' 
A. M. E. Chdrch and It was a splendid 
lesson. At each service the Rev. Jones 
Js Indeed quite Interesting. It you fail 
to hear him yen ce>tainly miss a treat. 

Mr. O. J. Denard of 753 East 9tb st., 
Los Angeles, Calif., spent the week 
of March l#th in oitr city on his re- 
turn fvom the Bast, enroute to bis 
home In California. He was quite wel- 
come In our city and the gang sure 
hated to see Tilia leave so soon. We 
all tried to make It pleasant for him 
during WB stliy. Something new fdr 
him every evening. Eiances. whist, 
parties and I'iBJgnlar gentleman parties, 
ate, and we all hope he will return 
ag!aib soon. 

Eddie Gardener went away and he 
didn't say where, and he dldn:t say 
what. Anyway, u^ your own Judg- 
ment. 

If you want gome real good dople' for 
dolling up your haft- see C. L. Waters, 
^628 Ward Street, SeatUe, Wash. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Xiwrence P. Woods] 
movej; March 26th from 1705 23rd aveJ 
to 4811 Henderson Street. Phone Raii 
nier S026, where they are corafortabJ 
ly situated with chickens and other 
home conrforts. Very nice apartments' 
Everything moderate. ' Mr. and Mrs: 
Woods are full fledged members of 
the gang alth(#Qgh Ihey are quite 
a way out. But thfe gang has decided 
to go out early and be there In time to 
try ont some of those cihckens, as 
Mrs. Woods is some cook. P.- R. 
Brook^ Is the president of the gang 
club, and it is within his right to 
plaUre the ordt'r as be desires. 

Mr. Buxton haj* bpent^d a nice lit- 
tle one chair barber shop at 2328 E. 
Madison Street and desires the pat- 
trnage of all who are in need of ton- 
Borlal work at a reasonahle aa.oni ga 

W. F. Hrown returnpri home this 
morning. March 28th with S. S. Ruth 
-Alexander on| which he is third cook. 
He reports a fine irip and he likes thn 
work and hopes he will be able to ho\^ 
the job a long time. / 

Good luck to John Payne and^^aw- 
. rente Browa the artist who/ sings 
in Los Angeles.' 'March 31s*.'' I wish 
God speed. ThOy are goo(L4nd I know 
Los Angeles folks willMke them. 

Baker and Walton, i^ps. of the bil- 
liard and pool parUye, 1203 .lackson st. 
are progresstre Jliid unique, business; 
men. They always have something newj 
and mterta^ng fo-- the benefit , of! 
customers/and they are both fine tel-1 
lows weTl met. _ ^ H 

Sh«lton Ragland, better known a,s 
Rags, is now chief mangier or niin- 
gl'er of chatters' Hand Laundry. 25lh 
and ea.st John streets. The launders;- 
does good work and a good biisinoss. 
with rags as chief. Mr. and Mrs. Chat- 
ters, Mngrs. 

The gang club met at Mr.s. W. F. ! 
Brown's March 20th and played pro- 
gressive whict. Lowry and Brown won 
1st prize. Denard and Woods 2nd 
prize and Brooks and Hatris the boo- 
by. All the contenders seem to enjoy 
themselves immensely. If you Want to 
enroll, with a coptinuous rcuiid of' 
pleasure, make application to the 
gang .cjlub. Mrs. Hellen Woods, S2ct., 
4811 Henderson Street, Phone Rai- 
nier 3026, 

Rooms for rent, all modern imbrove- 
ments in half block' of East Madison 
Car line, 118 22nd .Xvenue north. 
Phone East 1344. Mrs. F. R. Brooks, 
Prop. j - 

I am at your service for The Cali- 
fornia Eagle. Call 'Phone Bast 1344. 


it O. a* N61 tm tita thafte. ft. 

Lflfu^MWrfJ p^d away at bet Ists 
residues I rrw Ko%te)> Slrtset. Sor- 

. Tl**» W*i b*^(^;ii!!(tfcii J7a, ^i fry, 
m. from; Sf. paifl-g "Stttustt cWurch. 
Rev rfoltjofflclttt&t. Interment Bv> 

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J. IC «»ea^<|, fekssSd aWiay Wedn*-' 
day, Mirtih Wth, it 10:15 p. in. ito- 
milns wei-e sWpiiWd fb Chicago, HI;, 
Friday, 5 [p. mj. for interment. 

Ella Chapn^aa, of 11»8 Central Ave., 
passed away H hfer l«e resiatocii, 

I Wednesday, Mairc '26th. SferVlces 

II were held from the chapel Friday, 2 
p. m. Rev. Bijown offlclatins. Inter- 
ment BrehtreMi. , 


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. NOTICETO CREDITORS 
Estate of Evans N. Harris; dSr 
ceased. Notice is hereby given by the 
undersigned J^e* H. ShadceMord, 
Executor, of the Estate at Brans N. 
Harris, decease<l, to the 'Credltorg-^of, 
and all penjons having claims against 
the said deceased, to e^flilbit them 
with the necessary vouchers, within 
four (4)1 months after the first publi- 
cation of this noUce, to the said 
James H. Shackielford, at the office of 
James H. : Shackelford, at number 
1317 Centrd avenue. City of Los A» 
geles, Couniy of Los Angeles. State of 
California, ihlch said offlce" the under- 
sized sele(^t8 as a plaice of business 
in all matteirs connected with said es- 
tate, or to file them with' the neces- 
sary vouchers, within four (4) months 
after the first publication of this no- 
tice in the .officte of the Clerk of the 
Superior C<>urt of the State of Cali- 
fornia in apd for the County of Los 
Angeles. ;| 
Dated Mifercjh 13, 1924. 

JAMips H. SHACKELFORD 

Executor of the Estate of .E^ans 

N. Harris, Deceased. 
^ 1317 Central Avenue, ' 

Los Angeles, California. 
E. C. JEN.VjlNGS, Esq., 
.Attorney for Executor, 
427 Bryson! Building, 
Los Angeles, CaillfoTnla. 

Date of I first publication, 
21, 1^24. 


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They thrilled a large i appreciative 
audience at First A. JI. E. Church, 
last Monday evening and arc prom- 
ised an even larger audience at the 
beautiful Independent Church of 
Christ Sunday afternoon at 3:30, 
where they will appear in matinee. 
John Payne, world renonnoti baritone 
should be heard* by^ every .^ngeleno 
while in our midst. - 


WATTS, CALIF. 

If You Are Moving to 
Watt«, See— 

. AC|C SHIELDS 
Before ; Buying Your 
Househiold Goods. We 
Carry 4II the Essentials 
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If you desire to buy, lease or rent resident or bunnMi 

J roperty, or have your real property, furniture, or avt*- 

mobile protected by Fire Insurance at a very low rst«, 

see me Quick. My Prices can't be beat. 

Your policy should be : "What is hard for thee to lm«i- 

ler, is impossil^le for man. But what is possible and 

proper for maij, is attainable by thee." 

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Cleveland Robinson, of 521 E. Cypress 
Ave., Monroyla, passed away Fri 
day. Services were held from the 
Chapel Tuesd(ay 2 p. m. Rev. Davis 
of Second Baptfst Church. Monro- 
viai olQciated. InJLorment .Bveigreen. 

Gwentiolyn Dandridsc, infant daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Uaiidridgo 
passed dway Saturday. Servlfces 
•were held irom the chapel, Monday 
■4 p. 'rt. ifetcrment BVergretn. 

Fannie 0>l^mau, passed away ut her 
late residence, 1651 Tarleton gt., 

, Monday. Services were held frbm 
the chapel, Thursday, 2 p. m. Rev. 
W. A. WaF ngjtsn and Rev. W: A 
Nolly offlciatttg." Jotcroient Kyer- 

Albert Aitderson, passed awky Satur- 
diiy, Mareb 22nd. Services were 
held, from the chapel, Saturday, 
Miarch 24th. Rev. Ward, offlclatfhg. 



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heard .of 
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Preservins 


inyited to visit our 

Hfeve yo6 elver 

le Camo Secret of 

Beautifying and 

the Hair? Well, 


*e are stretchifig forth our 
*rm8 toi give the secitet to the 
world. All Hatt Goods made 
to Order. W» are near three 
car line&f-C^ntrai only one 
and one-liilf, Griffith only oner 
half. block, and San Pedro one 
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KindioOr^. ' 

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Rear Counter Show Case*, Etc. 

if You Want a Neatly SiiHt Bo«yt-Bl4ck 
Stand Cheap, See U». '/ 

Wirilepi^ 'f oiirChillFonaire, Dreiner, 
enpof^ Mid Ail Kind of Furniture; We 
the Denffl aitd Make it Loc^ Like Nevir. 

We Guarantee Satitf action. OaeVtkeU 
Right. We Give Qttk^ Service, AU Yoa H^^ 

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No. 100.000 

A Cure for Obstinate Colds 

We A\9nuUdure U 

W« b*v« a fuU line of PLOUGH'S BLACK AND 
WHITC; Mme. WALKEi^S; OVERTOPS and 
PMJ#£R'S TOILET ARTICLES; also • Kne U 
SnuOdHTENING COiMBS. 

mm BAUMANNI 

6 R UQGI ST ^ 

Phone M*in 6064 
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BURKE & ELLIS 

SAHTARY BAKERY AMD CAFE 



We speeiaHae in Polla, PaiiQ^ CSfces, Pies. Let u« serve your next 
asfiquat. Phone u for i*Ar<nation. Sods Waters, Cream 
, ' Confectioner! es< 

1305 East Adams Street (Near Hooper) 

Mrs. Chfs. Buritc, Ccn'l. Mgr. Lamar Prater, Ass't. Mjr. 


Dr* L. Bucans 

PHY»CiAN AND SURGEON 

Office Heim« 9:30 A. M. to 12:00 M.: 1:00 P. M. to 3:C9 

_ P. M.; 5 P. M. to 7:00 P. M. 
Phones: Oilce, Humboldt 5362.W; Res., Vermont 4131 

Los Angeles. 


2200 


Captrnl Avenue 



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Bouquets for all OootMop* — GpidFish 

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511 West 54 ai^?.^ Main 2220 
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^(Fratn tl|e As^laiecl.Nfegro FrMsX 
^^m. I4«mt8, Mo. M«^. 2S.— U t>e world 
j|f ^pi^tUers vUl Mft fs^ |uiet tor s 
4nii^t,s, ibe inibU(>splr<fis4 colot^d 
r^a(<}Mits of t^la.plCr w^d like to 
1^ Ski otur M9 ebmineiit oo tbe anary 
«s t6 Matier tlM Negro as a' rsee, Is, 
'ISsrniiiK. or iit» lesnie4. t^ look sfter 
his own— to i^yf; eveiv'tto tHe danger 
po^it, iQ suiipprt. of: f^ortby institii- 
^oo8 dadtcstea to. his biefniefit a Louis 
waatB to K«it a word ia beforii a. final 
roie Is tskeni. ; -; ■ ' ', g ' ■ ' - 

Tbis city b<BaaT«i>itt|»r^orld may 
hST^ heard in an oKtasoil way'ot bow 
its Negroes rallied •and Bubscrlbed 
J60.000 toward the $516,000 buirdlng 
for the Young Meg's Christian Asso- 
olatloo up on Plae street. iSut the 
town ig fearful that outsldera will 
think that grand ^ork was a drowning 
man's effort, the last, fatal Mit. 

Its citizedis are now offering for 
consWeratlon and cwmnent (and for 
emulation l)y other Negro communf- 
ties) another $60,000 subsoription they 
have made toward the establishment 
.of the Cqlored Orphans' Home. Sixty 
thousand dollars were subscribed in 
a sevenKlay drive «»nd over thirty- 
eight thousand dollars hav^ been paid 
in already. The public spirit of colored 
residents of St. Louis has thus ntade 
possible aa instltntidn valued at $120,- 1 
000, de4i«M4 to All a charitable pur^ 
pose, ihe taking care of t^te orphans 
of this city and viciai^ty. 

One of the reasons St. Louis may 
take the lead in such aifairs is proba- 
bly because of the active part of Its 
greatest benefactors, (or, rather, a 
pair of its greatest bene(|actors ) takes, 
Mf. and aMtb. Aaron M^one, the fa- 
mous Poro people, never miss an op- 
portunity to help and to boost'. \ 

The Colored Orphans' Home was es- 
tablished a good iQany years ago. It 
struggled atoog from one place to 
another season after sea.son until its 
backers becair.e seized with a desire 
to see the Negroes of the city get bo- 
hind it and see » hat they could do. 
An appeal was made. Mr. and Mrs. 
Malone stared the bail rolling, start- 
ed it rolling to a deflnite. practical 
poal. They purchased and deeded ov- 
er to the home a $10,000 building site. 
That meant that other folks had to 
get busy. The building site qried out 
aloud that it wanted to be useful. 
Then came the giant subscription to 
put the site to 'work. A building has 
been j constructed and furnished and 
in this later work, Mr. and Mrs. Ma- 
l<:ue have alKO taken an activi; finan- 
cial and spiritual part. Only recently 
the employees and student^ of Poro 
coIlRge united in an evening'e enter- 
taniment the proceeds of which went 
to the home. 

Accomodations . are now available 
for 100 orphans. The home is located 
at the intersection of Goode, Kennerly 
and Cottage avenues, facing the Tan- 
dy playground and Summer high 
school. It contains play rooms, manual 
training and domestib science Apart- 
ments, locker rdms, laundry, store 
store rooms, auditorium, oflBces, dor- 
mitories, a pure milk station, k free 
clinic, a circulating lit)rsr>', rooms for 
mothers, class reems, a day nursery, 
ad eyerj'thlng .else to make it the 
equal of any such institution in Ameri- 
ca frohi the standpoint of service, 
nualneff, erlynii»a mmfprm cflapla w 

The Home is strictly a non-sectari- 
an, charitable Institution to which all 
orphans, half orphans and neglested 
childrei^ may be sent and cared for 
free of charge when they have no one 
to pay 'for any part of their mainte- 
nance. 

St. Ixjuis colored citizens have laade 
it possible, in a pure spirit of charity 
and self-help. Circulars addreesed to 
some of the people who gave included 
this anotatlon: *'l shall pass through 
this world but once. Any ygood thing, 
therefore, that I can do, or any kind- 
ness that I. can show to any human 
being, let me do It now." And it they 
dou"t do It now. they are being urged 
to provide for so worthy an Institu- 
tion, guaranteed $18,000 this year 
from the Community chest, in their 
wills. 




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to the illttta^^^^ of Sto^ 
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bnt to the MplopsMe liaiitKttaw. at 
the osps<dty «t. eoiorsd , «ft«o«(iaui( 
ibstltuUooB. J>;^^..i||«.:{aU tern f^ 
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could be sdoiUMd Uf ts^f fi» « 
beci(u8s of tHe uM4(!4A|u;]r U }f,\ 
toryj space, the nopb^ isjected l 
lis. The appr(«Mstl«»B #»«setit«a ts 
Congress Insliiiled «S?S4)<i» tot s n«F 
building and 9^19>AW ^ttf '^^JfmiBt. 


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Fr^m the Associated Negro ITcse) 
WsshnigtoB. D. C March 26.— Con- 
gress recently struck out from How- 
ard IJniyersity appropriation the it- 
ems^dosisrted to take care of an im- 
profed a«d enlarged medical school 
which haa been recommabded by Sfc-- 
retary ot the Intsrtor HDbert Work. 
Mr.' Work called; attention to How-: 
aril's position OS '.ths onljf oolllege, 
ssve 0!ie,''for colored physicians and 
iien£lst«. In hla annual. riport to Pres- 
ident Coolidger made the 13th of thi» 
nibnth, he explains: 
" "The recommendationK were made 
after an investigation showing that 


^thtes has irtcrcasofj to nearly 12 JM)0,- 
000 and that "there is otaly one colored 
physician to 3,194 persons, while the 
white rjiee hSs a physician to ovcry 
653ittlzeup thus ra^ti^jr'-an import- 
ant, fesiie in the NfeBi» Inliabllants. 
Th« disparity «8 oven greater In the 
prOpartion of white' and coltwed dan-r 
tists StatlaticB show that there is 
one *hite dentist to evpry 3^70 white 
peopio In the UnUad States, wfcUe 
there is bSt one colored dentist to 
every 20,spo cqlo^ed persods 


Mrs. Sadie J. Anderson, In coinpany 
with her husbsod. Major J. W. AM«r- 
son of Clev^Uv^. .0tl|o. U ^)«ndiw 
the Winter in ^c eUr t^ tl)e bensftt 
of l^r liealtn. Mrf. AnderspD }» sta- 
tist leaf secretary of the Women's Par- 
ent Mite Missionary Society of thS A. 
U. g. Church. WliUe hare she is visit- 
ing the different Itisslonary Spciaties 
of t)ie cty and snrrottndiiul Unnu. 
spesjiing and eivlng enconrsgamSnt 
to the mlsstosatT workers, fike has 
travailed eztensirslr t&roudi Africa, 
and .is giving msn^ Interasttnf .flsqU Ih'**^' <^ 
of hpr travels, /eyneciatfr Un)^K|l tj)« 1- With 
Holy Lands. lOn. tile S7th ot February [the wor; 
Mrs. Auderson'was tlie honored' jguest ed, and 
of Misslonacy Society of ^ftrst Church 
of Pasadena. Ah all d?y m«tiag was 
held. This meeting .was largely attend- 
ed and was Indeed interesting and in- 
spiring. Puring the morning, the Con- 
secration Services were held followed 
by the regular monthly program. 

During the noon hour a repast was 
served only as Pasadena can serve, 
and in the afternoon Mrs. Anderson 
was the speaker. Her subject: "Pay- 
ing the price" was- well received. 
March 2nd, Mrs. Anderson was the 
speaker a the Furlong Tract Sec<i>Bd 
Church. March 9th a wonderful meet- 
ing was held at Duarta. This was in- 
deed an inspiring sod spiritual meet- 
ing. There were ntany visitors from 
Moorovia and Passdeaa. On the Eve- 
ning of March -9th, Mrs. Anderson 
was the speaker at West Side Mission 
under the auspices of the Missionary 
Society, Mrs. ISIla Braxton, President. 
The interesting 'feature of this meet- 
ing iwas singing by a chorus ot chil- 
dren, directed by Mrs. Gladden. March 
16tH. Mrs. Anderson spoke »t S?!^n 
BerflHrdino In the evening at River- 
side before a large and appreciative 
udlsjnce. The, singing of the young 
I'C'.pIe of tc different churches of the 
city: under the direction' of Mr. Wil- 
liarqson was an interesting feature. 

Mjonday afternoon, March 23rd. Mrs. 
Anderson was the guest of the Mi.v 
sioniary Society ,of Watts. Mrs. .T. W. 
Pride, President! After the devotional 
services, the monthly program was 
taken up, followed by an elaborate re- 
past. In the evening Mrs. Anderson 
spoke before, a large and appreciative 
audience. The singing of th echoir 
und^r ttie direction of Prof, gggleston 
was indeed inspiring. They featured 
folk ^ngs, ! 

Mri. Anderson was accompanied on 
her Visite to the various missionary 
societies by the feonference branch 
president, Mrs. A. T. Washington. 
She will soon leave for her home in 
the East, and the missionary workers 
will take on new life by having heard 
her many inspiring talks oa the mis- 
sionary work- ^iay she .leave us with 
the conscious feeling she has tried to 
do that which the Lord would have 
her do. 


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l! U dove fo 49SW ^ant 
l|»(M)cht h«<iR« Om body 

JSmr Uaeoin Jataaoa add- 
in ito ^Tor. ICat Homer 
Sti Loals la#dtBf tke light 
^„,^. (k lljloffi^tmi ipiUd not xield. 
The «9gdM«nW nei&^^Cslsanila raised 
tba point dt'jBO ^uotuai, sad this for 
A time wt tl^n^ la conlnslciii. when 
.fitter ^a )Boefipran<^ with Jeadars the 
pptzit q( Order was wiitbdrawn and the 
r^so^ution was nassed- 

The .committee on address made a 
Irieport witidi | was 'uaaaimoiisl/ adopt- 
ed. .TMs 4<ldi«M to tfae.CoBatry was 
vi^s^' pMiiU«h«d and ot cpnrsa read- 
ers jhavslno doubt ere this writing pe- 
rused t'hS same unite thpconghly. 

The' elect^an ot offleers resulted in 
the re^l^iob of the same principal 
ofloers. The Hon. Robert Church de- 
clined to head the Executive Commit- 
itee for aaic;t|^r ter&> but remains as 
a memb^ of the coqimlttee. 

; The aecom|)Ushment and the man- 
ner tn wiich things have come to pass 
both bef6re and since this great con- 
Toatipn, tells the story of the usef ul- 
liilocols LiBague. 
lOrt session on Thursday 
ot the session was complet- 
he 1924 session of the body 




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This n^riter was not equal to the 
task of riding the two horses at one 
jtime, there'jore we were anable 
to attend the sessions of the Sanhe- 
drln 'h'^fbre Thursday, although this 
body had been in session sincel Mon- 
day. iHowever,' we saw Sitting back 
and fbrth from the League to th^ San- 
hedriti many . who proved themselves 
adepts at the art or riding the. two 
horses." i - ' . 


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FOR THE BEST THERE IS IN THE LINE OF BREAD 
OR PASTRY— GO TO THE V j. 

CHICAGO 8AKIE 

I. _> ^ JOHN LEGLER, Prop. ' 

i \ . Birthday and Wedding Cakes a Specialty ' i 

k HOT ROLLS AT NOON— HOT BREAD AT 4 P. M. S 

I 1115 CENTRAL AVENUE ^ J 


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The Sweet Sixteen Club met ■ at 
Miss Anita Monroe's home, 2620 Leta 
street, on March 24th, with Miss Mar- 
cla Trutta as the visiting guest. The 
refreshments were enjoyed by every- 
body, and all present iadia lovely 
time. The club will meet again on 
March 3l8t, at Miss Mary Mineleton's 
home. 


We Saw 



(Continued from last week) 
Wednesday was work day. for the 
Lincoln League of America. The pro- 
cession and .fireworks had proceeded 
amid scenes of eDthusiaam and splen- 
dor. All of the great flep-es in our 
national lite had pas^d In review, 
and Wednesday- ail of tl^e f<H-cas set- 
tled down to busrness «ad the real 
work which oaHed the body togetl^er 
was under If ay. The ccp^nlttee on 
credentials refptUs^ jklA its report 
was adopted.'.The special <^mmittee 
to wait upon Natienirf Chairman John 
T. Adams, headed by, the Hon. -Cls^iajr 
l)el»r4cst r<jp«?rted. Tlieir wprjk wan «l»- 
proted. Thei C«Ati»iU«P-Qn Ijie admis- 
Alan of women ,to the: tnembershlp ita' 
'jthe League rtported . ahd 'thO re|»bft 
Bdiuitting Mieiii : Was 'uhapiinoHflr ; »• 
doptcd. It wjas al^io ro<»BHaB«id^..t^t 
a woman a* National ;Cptnn»lltct<mfin 
from eacJi state be electjed wttcli r^- 
omsndalon Wks a|ao' adb^ad. 

The Hon; Senjaniin : pavisi ot At- 
lanta, Oa..,kiko#n »8 thd ilsbtin^ ed- 
itor, introdooedi.« resolution nl refer- 
enc^ to the f^en, Un'ooln Jobnndn, 


Wei fln^liy foilnd our way o the Au- 
ditorium, of tie Y. M. C. A. where the 
Sanhedrln-was in session and to the 
officials <n^de our mission known, and 
what wej represented and we ta^e it 
we were 'duly recorded. ; 

Being a tardy representative wo of 
cntiTKe \vere not wise to everything 
going on^ but we caught the drih of 
things, by oi(r watchful waiting poli- 
cy. There was a vast dlSerence be- 
tween the two meetings, the Lincoln 
League was a purely- political propo- 
sition. \l met and did politics and 
adjourned. The Sanhedrin was not 
called a political gathering, ani of 
cf'Urse was supposed to steer cljlar of 
»il polit<cal activities. There are 
those who say it didn't, but it was 
supposed to do so just the same. Any- 
how this gathering had been called 
that all factions of the race might 
come tdgethj^r for agreeing upon a 
pr9gram,; a platform as it were, from 
which all could go forward without 
overl^pid^ or breaking ranks in a bat- 
tlel for common weal. We of course, 
were curious to know why. it such was 
the cassj was not the meeting run- 
ning opposition to another great meet- 
ing? It f-as in session at the same 
time ot the X,incoln League and the 
League meeting could not be held at 
any other timfe than Lincoln's Birth- 
day, because its cooAtituUoa so pro- 
vides, and to our mind while.it was 
announced as a' get together move- 
:ncnt, they; were .starting out with a 
t>r3cticable demonstration is to how 
not Jo function tog'ether. Many Liacoln 
LeagueMiien how6ver, were friendly 
with the Banhedrln and vic^ versa. It 
was discouraging to those who really 
wanted to attend the deliberations of 
both bod|es. It is a condition- which 
should n|ever have existed, and we 
hope wil^ not obtain at future meet- 
ing of thqre be any. 

•This wks the first effort along this 
line and pf course allowances are to 
oe m.ade.i'At this first session we at- 
tended l^hor was making an effort 
to ie heard and as often di dtho pre- 
siding (Officer tell labor that no place 
tad been provided lor them. But a 
young laboritie, Woodhouse, we be- 
lieve was his' name, would not be de- 
nied and : forcibly out manou^Ted the 
presiding 'ofllker and got in his say 
for labor and be received a great 
hand. i ji 

your ctind^nsed impression ot he 
Sanhedriii w^s that it failed in mak- 
ing up lis program to consider the 
average every day man and woman 
of the race. That it furnished a auge 
and setUttg tor the seekers of the lime 
light to the exflusion of the elements 
upon which the»race must depend tor 
Itg tuturei progress. The i««acher, the 
prOtesslowU man, the educator, was; 
prolific tp the escluslon of tha very 
loi^cet which ,»i to bnihl « race, name-; 
ly. he toiner land the producer from 
th«) soil Of the' earth. - 

Our (irQgram has been made was 
ihfe cry. To our ml^ the 'ftrogram of 
production .and of toil is nerer opt ot 
e^ir and twloss this proitm ^^ 
neard wei . are out of orqe^ and no 
grbait un|ty will be possible at any 
time wltfibut a hearing for thesS great 
lorco*.- -|. -I ' . ■ I , 

WRh ajm^ikty balnoet fit tor kings, 
prinoeg s^d potfiatatea, did- the San^ 
ji^iln jClMe on $tjday alght and It 
too adjpufned sine iile- - 

(To ha continned next iTOek.) 



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MRS. BELLE O'NEAL 

leackr d Piano 

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BY HER CORRECT METHOD 
AND EASY WAY YOU WBLL 
LEARN QUICKLY HOW TO 
PLAY. 

STUDIO: 1608 E. 16TH ST. 
HUMBOLDT 4814 


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^ , J. MORRISON Pres. 

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Beatts with Chile.—...™ -10 

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J. B. BASS - i Editor 

C. A. SPEAR-BASS -.--..--- Managing Editor 

E. W. KYLE - .-^^ i>- - AsBoeiate Editor 

CHAUNCEY TOWNSEND - - -.:'■- Contributing Editor 

MELVJH J. CHISM Eastern Representative, Washington, 

ROBERT ANDERSON ..-.-. Foreman 


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EPITORIALS 


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ATTORNEY GENERAL DAUGHERTY' 

While the President of the United States saw fit to call for 
the resignation of Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty, his 
only reason in doing so was that the constant wail and cry from 
frenzied Democrats and timorous Republicans has placed such 
a sham upon the Attorney General that he could not continue 
to defend himself properly and to care for the work of the De- 
partment of Justice, as it should be cared for at the Same time. 
I Legions of loyal friends are not alienated because of the 
campaiging of innuende and hear-say dug up by such rattle- 
brained fanatics as Wheeler of Montana and are satisfied that 
Daugherty must be all right or else these dudes would at least 
dig up something against him. 

The members of our group will always appreciate him as 
a loyal, fair and square public official, who was willing that all 
men should have due recognition. The race has. received more 
consideration and recognition under his regieme in the cabinet 
than ever before in the .history of our country. 


THE NEW CHARTER 

There was no representative of the race on the Board of 
Freeholders who drafted the new city charter, which is to be 
submitted to the voters at the coming election. Consequently 
carefully read and every effort made to have the aforemen- 
tioned ordinance inserted if it has been scrapped in the new 
there is no assurance that the only feature of the old charter 
that is to be relegated to thh scrap heap, will not be scrapped 
with the other ordinance that^ has not been enforced. 

It seems that in 190^ th^d Was an ordinance passed mak- 
ing it a misdemeanor, punishable with fine, jail sentence and 
loss of- license to do business for every case for discrimination 
agaiiftt members of this race, solely because of race or color. 

The N. A. A. C. P., whogp confessed diity id to sefeguard 
the Interests of the colored people, should see to it that this or- 
dinance, making punishable with a fine, jail sentence and loss 
of license to do business, have the aforementioned ordinance 
inserted. If it has been scrapped in the new charter to be voted 
on.. 

Our lawyers never invoked this law and have always 
asked for damages. There is not a Negro hating concern in Los 
Angeles, but would rather pay paltry judgment advertising ra- 
cial discrimination than go to jail or, above all things, have 
their license revoked. i 

The new ordinai\ce before it is submitted to vote should be 
city charter to be voted upon. 


-HOMELY PHILOSOPHY— THE WINNER 

Paradoxii^l as it may appear, the winner is not always 
the best man. Often, among those who failed is one outstrip- 
ping in many respects the laureled winner. What was wrong? 
Diseoiiraged probably, his foot slipped perhaps and he felt the 
race lost; but was it.? Something stopped him, he gave up, and 
then said to his pride, "I don't care !" But does he? 

0|ten a promising youth is taken from school because of 
mness or poverty at home, and then, when he may return, he 
will not — -^*ljy? A foolish pride, immediate and shortsighted 
aa the philbsophy of youth generally employs; and "thus, boys 
)mb nobly endowed with brain and brawn are crowned as win- 
ners on graduation day; they face life, to handicap the loss. 
■ JOn the other hand, the loser in the game drifts down stream 
usually and baltas his pride with "I don't care". 

Sometimes the heroic character is met with who seems to 

IMten on defeat: the "bloody buy unbowed" spirit, to him the 

t'^SSE." '•*■*<*! Generally, defeat crushes, hides the sun and 

risiBa ambition unless one takes an immediate right about turn 

Mfipr* he has drifted too far. 

.R«member, the winner is not always the best man. Did 
l» nat^artoot to win? What stopped you? What restrains 
17^ P«de? You know you kave it in you to win ! PROVE IT ! 
GEORGIA DOUGLAS JOHNSON. 


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AND. VOTE.. .U.^:f:.-^^^^_ ... 

Yon cannot back up your clainv a 100 per cciht AmeHisan 
you fai Ito function in the all unportant duty or register- 
^ ad on election day,toUow it up by Toting. It is to be h^p^; 
J||«t menlben pt our .group will qualify by registering toid 
'*-*<* the,atmoist Ekeept'you perform this duty you hi^ve 
IkfVDiec in the affairs of govfeniment. Every person providing 
tiaMif along this Une of effort is tiie equal of any other 
wllo eondneta the affairs of goveaunent and what meas- 
-- 1 Ut pcavail. This year ^or our'^zens to this bailiwick 
ip* the moat important in its history. Men and meas- 
■ J to ba^bri loted upon that will mean much for the fu- 
tiM^ktntort behooves «very man ai^d womant to qvuMty 
Plday their part in khaning the future dertiny of 
"^v, County and Ciy. By all means REGISTER 1 


Jtfti^JIOP'E. 
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tWe are glad to^f<jprodui:e the followifi{rlet> 
. ter from the Belles Lettres Club.— -The CSoritrilrat- - 
ing Editor To wnseitd.) 

SELF-CONFU^ - 

In an artiele appearing in the issue of a local 
contemporary for March 28, the Rev. A. P, dhaw, 
of Wesley Cha.peU is quoted as admonisfaifstg hi* 
auditors not to believe everything they see in; 
print. This refreshingly accurate observation ofi' 
pulpit authority strikes us With such a sense of sat- 
isfaction that-we feel obliged to record it here as 
being in flamjng contrast with the»attitude of that 
authority of another type in our midst masquerad- 
ing under the name of Mr. "Jack Jloonfixer". 

The Rev. Mr. Shaw, a man aoademically 
trained would, correctly, haVe us to examine the i. 
printed word for the purpose, Ve take it, of ac- 
cepting those elements which are worthy from the- 
finished standpoints of their grammatical, rhetori- 
cal and logical significance and rejecting- those 
which obviously belong to the literary waste bas^ 
ket because they are ostensibly valueless by the 
same tests. Mr. "Jack Moonfixer" would have us 
accept his common sense philosophies in whatever 
manner Ife presents them because they bear the 
imprimatur of the unknown and unseen DIVINI- 
TY behind them. i 

"The conscious presence of our new literary 
mimic in Wesley Chapel, palpitating under the 
hammer of defiant critics and humorous specta- 
tors ; a natural jealousy of his own authoritative 
thought and leadership must have reacted to in- 
fluence the fighting instincts of the reverend gen- 
tleman, who so honestly eleded to defy those visi- 
ble and invisible authorities alike of the.printed 
word with the gratifying result that the truth de-. 
libfjrately emerged triumphant and Mr. "Ja'ck* 
Monfixer" is in danger of being -consumed hy his 
own j)ersistent narrowmindedness, petty jeal- 
ousies and prejudices! • " 

It looks like the doctrine of the rule which is 
sometimes eaten up by its own EXCEPTIONS! ' 

THE BELLES LETTRES CLUB 
University of Southern California • '• 

' April 2, 1924. 


•THE WEST'S GREATEST JOURNAL" 

With its circulation of 60,000, THE CALI- 
FORNIA EAGLE is read each week by approxi- 
mately 180,000 people, including the great major- 
ity of cultured, financially independei^it readers of 
English in Los Angeles and throughout the United 
States. 1. ; 

The secret of its amazing development from 
a two sheet paper to a newspaper carrying every 
department of a metropolitan daily and employ- 
ing the largest staff of writers of any newspaper 
in the Southwest may be briefly summed up in the 
following: . 

1. THE CALIFORNIA EAGLE has main- 
tained from its inception an editorial page, yhich, 
by itself, would have made it one of the few really 
distinctive journals in America. Time after time it 
has struck the note of editorial independence and 
has not been afraid to stand alone in ado^ng poU 
icies which, in the opinion of its management, 
were best calculated to 0erve the interests of its 
subscribers. ^ 

2. THE EAGLE has maintained a reportori- 
al staff which daily culls the earth for news iii 
whteh every particular type of reader may profi- 
tably invest his interest. 

Selection, rather than indiscriminate quan- 
tity,' has been the key-note of its columns ; and it 
is interesting to note how other newspapers com- 
pare in regard to this. Some fill their columns 
with left-over, belated material cunningly dated 
on the day on which the newspaper is published: 
others, fall into the conscious error of publishing 
just one particular type of news, say, news of 
crimes and mob violence. But THE EAGl£ has 
carefully steered around both of these Selecting 
news on its timeliness, quality, appeal, importance 
and by offering a variety of types of news in 
everything of human interest and race welfare. 

3. THE EAGLE has, as its sources of pres- 
tige, the best in modem equipment. It was the 
first newspaper in Los Angeles to install a lino- 
type machine; and is the only newspaper plant in 
the city offering employment to Negro lihptypers 
and pressmen. 

4. ' To this may be added another source of 
prestige. It is represented throughout the East in 
general by a staif of reporters and in Washington 
in particular by Melvin M. Chism, field secretary 
of the National Npgro Press Association. 

With these assets, THE EAGLE can proclaim, 
not in a spirit of affected braggadocia or self-es- 
teem, but upon an accurate evaluiatidn of its own 
worth, that it intends to lead in journalistic excel- 
lence and in championing those causes sacred to 
.the interests of its subscribers and advertisers. 


^ ^^^ ■ COUNTER ATTACK ^' r^ 

In defiance to a storm of bitter protest and 
letters of indignation, Eugene O'Neiii's hew 
druma, "All God's Chiliun Got .Wings" is still 
nuder way. Rehearsals are going; ahead and the 
,»lay will be produced eaviy hi t!;0 spiSiig. / . 

The objections raised to its production tscnter 
c round the white actress %vho has been selected to 
pidy" opposite Paul Rolxjsoa, a Negro. To us it 
bfiejns stiauge that anyone 8h3iiid;objcct to a Ne- 
, gi-<k'laking the lead with a viMc^v .vcriaii in siny 
' •.•'ay which truly and accura'.dy reflecto tfie spirit 
of Negro jif e. That spirit is an everlasting, a he- 
roic,, a praiseworthy spirit, and we are prbud of 
it. It is strange that anyone would object be- 
cause we have never objected^^lthough it did 
not please us — to those productions both on 1he 
screen and on the stage in which Negroes bave 
beeri engaged to play the part of "the black 
brute", a role wiiich invariably calls on him to 
make an attack upon a white woman, only to be 
assailed iatlje usual stage or screen manner by a 
nt^lllg mob. "The Birth of a Nation" strikingly 
'iilldjitriftes tjie aforegoing, "^erej are nunMrous 
(XUieiii too wtil known to mention, hut the objiKt. 
er.ehfef ^poitinee isthit^^if we are to be repi«^ 
«^^«|l:^il^^i» ;irhita l^anfa ^dramas as "bla^E 
m[bw*-^^re preaentetion obviously uncowpU« 


..^_ 


tjaenluyto uar-4heit why can't «re unMterrapted- 
}y represent ourselves in more commendable 
theihea? t 

I While botti may call for certain close, cheek- 
to-cheek body-to-bodfy physical f(>rmaition, it is 
nevertheless as fair to us to represent ourselves 
ilj a jmore favorable way as it (s for the other pro- 
ducer to represent us" in circumstances which de- 
tract from our sobriety and ethical suiity.' 

I • |The historian is now, more than ever before, 
g^in^ to drama &nd fiction for his data. It has 
been found that both, drama and literature afford 
e:|ccellent materials for_.a history because they re- 
flect the spirit of the a^e in which they were writ- 
ten. It is eminently, then, a point of vantage to 
mkke a counter attack upon the already dMorted 
vi^s and concocted in -drama and fiction by 
Thomas Dixon and David Wark Griffith" by flood- 
injg the literature and theatrical markets With 
B\i<!h productions as may hallow rather than pro- 
fane and dam us. / 

I The historian may then perhape refer to us 
as' soinething more than "black brutes" — a refer- 
ence indeed of which we shall not be afraid for 
our posterity to read about. 


•THE ECONOMIC WAY OUT*' 


There are nO grounds on which to make the 
assertion that Negroes of the East, North, and 
West are subject to become lazy, lethargic and un- 
enterprising because conditions among them do 
not demand J:hat they find "the economic way 
out". Unless one is forced, of course, to provide 
iifStrum'ents of production for himself one may 
betome a slave to exploitation. But MAY is not 
MUST. 

Racial solidaritjy and e(conomic indepen- 
dence are not always the results of oppresive, 
measures. The Fashion Revue was a case in 
point. ^The phys Art Lit Mo Club women might 
have gone to Bullock's, Silverwood's, and Ham- 
burger's to get designs and feshions for display in 
their annual event. No one would have prevented 
thepi But they sought "the economic way out" — 
the; way to racial solidarity, to economic independ- 
ende. They kept their money among themselves 
by going to their own people for gods, by allowing 
Negro tailors and modistes, to design their gowns, 
by allowing Negro decorators and electricians to 
supply them with mat^erials -ttecessary for their 
presentation. \ 

' It is the economic w;ay out" ; is sounde the 
note of race unity, cooperation' and progress; it 
inspires race confidence and multiplies oppQrtuni- 
ties for race men to study and/prepare themselves 
for rendering services singularly circumscribed to 
their own people. / 

! Congi'atulations to th/ personnel of the Phys 
Art Lit Mo Club! You hdve established a prece- 
dent which in all things may be profitably fol- 
lowed by others in evety other line of business en- 
terpjrise! i / 


THE TRITE PHRASE 


The battered, stale and trite phrase is like 
death and the measles ; it is always with us. 

iTo get away from the simile, our speeh and 
writing is largely made up of meaningless symbols 
which only gienerally and vsCguely express our 
ideas. We are never ousselves because we are 
prorWj always to adopt every slovenly e.xpression 
whiolV comes our way: 

The over- worked among us today is unques- 
tionably "appointed". We learn from the week- 
lies that "Mrs. Jones gave a beautifully appointed 
dinner dance at her home" ; that "Dr. Bro^^-n has 
mov^d into his stately appointed offices"; that 
"Misti Brown entertained with a well-appointed 
dinner-dance"; and that "she wore a charmingly 
«»ppolinted evening gown". ., ... 

"This," as Shakespere might have said, is 
sodden business. There's a stewed phrase." 


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AND I 



By: 


We >yould I^e to Know— 

t 
If James McGregor enjoyed his trip 
to Columbus? ! 

*| « « «~ 

If "Jack Moanfixer" expends as lit- 
tle energy in prepaiiing his "sermons" 
as he does in writing up the "news?" 
•; • r ■• . ' 

And if iiis fei^ndb. who know him 
as we know him, 4re not beginning 
to believe that {he is making a sordM 
mess of both? ] \ 

* I • ^ • I 

If Wilalyn S^oval tsti't sorry that 
he cast an unfavorable reflection up- 
on his friends wjho go to U. S. C. when 
he said in a put>tic address last week 
that Dr. James iMain Dixon said that 
J. W. Mc. was jthe only thinking Ke- 
g/o in that sin^Iar seat of educa- 
tion? I ■ 

.. • ; » » * 

And if he doesn't know that the old 
professor was grine^lizlng from lim- 
ited facts? [:' I' ■ , - 

* I* •! • 

I^ Kr. EiTTOl ionea.will continue to 
pla^ up the co-eds atlU. S. C? 

*i 1* •'■■* 
And if he db4s. will he be kind 
enough to spare ns the pain which 
lodces in our sides When we see him 
violating, the first caUon of newspaper 
writing; namely^ that In the straight 
n«^^8' story we only tell, describe, and 
poriray; we never no-ftise, eulogize, or 
extravagantly con^ptiqient. 

If our society Dress agents are not 
tJre^ of over-ttsiag tliie word, "well- 
appointed?" 1 

• tii « I * 

If Central Avekki^Q jwill be adorned 
somie day with s«ieli electrical appara- 
tus [as will enable one^ to recognize 
those who aver they do not congre- 
gate on the sameJ 

• •ji * I • 

Jt [the pipe orskiis 4^ the Aagehu. 
tbe iDaalMr.aad lp» nosebtid tbeatrea 


will receive such repairs as will 
make them less . discordant and irri- 
tating to a sensifive ear. 

« . * • * 

If the Age-Dispatch selects Its em- 
jiloyes as indiscriminately as it selects 

its news. 


ALUTERATION. 

(Try Thia on Your Piano) 
Petty preachers play professional 
politics purposely tor personal privi- 
leges. 

• » * * 

Money's the motive which actuates 
most men to make up with their med- 
dlesome mother-in-Iaws. 


CXUSE AND EFFECT. 

'Tije outbound Sunset Limited for 
New York was crowded and crammed 
this morning with the senile and the 

suBfirannuatffed. 
f~^ \ » » • » 

m. Harry Benjamin of "Harlem has 
discovered the rejuvenation tr^- 
ment described In Mrs. Atherton's 

"Black/Oxen.", 

/ • • • » 

"W^ Moonfixer" has been full of 
vn0fe- compliments In thov last two 
months than ever kefore. 

'He has seen the writing on the 
wall; and all his "piety and all his 
wit cannot strike out one line of It," 


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Scrvi06 RIB nMris 

Attihide Of Exaniiier 


Jan. 8, 1924. 
Honorable ^. B. Base, Sdltor, 

The Califemia Eagle,] 

' S33 Central avenue, 

to* Angel^. Calif. 
My dear Mr. Bass: — 

I woald call your atteation to an ar> 
tical appeartog on the editorial page 
of the Lbs Angeles Examiner, under 
the date of January R. 1924. As I am 
numbered among the 40,000 or more 
of Kegro People in tbe cty of Los 
ABgelee, California. I feej that such 
an editorial is a mean itajustice to ihe 
colored or Negro people of the world. 
Of course it is propagaitda. But, what 
kind of propaganda is it? To me, it is 
Negro hatred, in the guise of. Pay Me 
Prance. H Prance borrowed money 
from the United States, she certainly 
did so on a time limit, or other condi- 
tion suiUMe to the United SUtes gov- 
ernment. Then, why not use the mon- 
ey in tile interest and progress of 
Prance, even tho it be taftbe support 
of soldiers in the RuWr or for the 
training of France's subject citizens 
in Africa? The editor of the Los An- 
geles Examiner does not seem to 
know that the United Suteg gevem- 
ment is, at this very minute using 
^ Negro money to train white soldiers 
for the purpose of maintaining white 
supremacy in Liberia and Haiti. Is not 
that correct? They arc also using the 
Negro people of Ixs Angeles should 
to throttle him to death in that they 
use it for the purpose of having de- 
nied to him the rights of a citizen as 
guaranteed by the Constitution of the 
United States sovemment. I think the 
Negro peoipe ot Los Angeles should 
be acqnained with the facts of the pol- 
icies of the, I>os Angeles Examiner, 
which surely meant; them no good. Of 
course Tley read the comic section 
and the weird ghost stories w^hile 
othei^ bay a paper just for appear- 
ance. Such habits and practices only 
swells the coffers of the Examiner en- 
abling it the better to throttle us. In 
my opinion the Los Angeles Examiner 
does not merit the support of any Ne- 
gro, not even to a single copy. There 
are other papers that carry the same 
comics and ghost stories plus a better 
policy towfird the Negro. In contribut- 
ing this message I have the pleasure 
to know the California Eagle is a pa- 
pernot afrfaid to face the facts and 
telf^he truth in its columns. It would 
be ttght and just to advise the Ne- 
grces of Los Angeles against 'the sub- 
scription *or purchase of the Los Ab-<. 
geles ExShiiner. ot course only 4fter 
notifying the executives of .the Exam- 
iner in regards to the attitude and 
sentiment of the Nngro people of Los 
Angeles cf the policy of the Examiner 
toward tbe Negro people. I have not 
been a subscriber to the Eaglp altho 
■1 have read it each week since 1 
have been a resident- of Los Angeles. 
I have found it to he O. K. and accord- 
ingly I submit enclosed post office 
money order for $2.00,' for which you 
may send me The £^g)e for one yehr, 
as per your subscription rates. 

GEORGE W. MEYERS, . 

Camp Kearney, Calif. 

Editor's note: The abOve letter was 
misplaced, hence tbe reaspn for its 
long delay in publication. 


GIRLS' DAY 

SPECIAL SERVICE • 

Sunday, April 6, 3 P. M. 


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Don't fail to hear Miss Veola Brown 
Girl Wonder Evangelist of Wilbei^ 
force University deliver Special Mes- 
saoe. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB of Young 
People's Lyceum cf Independent 
Church of Christ. 

Girls' Sextetjte of New Hope Baptist 
Church. 

Miss Helen Beavers, Saxophone So- 
loist. , 
Miss Edith Smith, Soloist. 
Prof. John Gray's and Wilkin's Aca- 
demy presents the followhig star pupi 
ils: 

Miss Robert V. Edwards 
Miss Delphenia Jackson! 
Miss Algie Collins 
Baby Francis Curry. 
Other, well known local talent. 
Come one Come all 

RAIN OR 8HIN€ ^ 


LIVING -BIBLE PICTURE ■ 


INNUENDO. \ 

If a certain local editor would stop 
emphaaldng the alleged connection 
of James Alexander in the Central 
Aventte G^Ut Mess, he might 'con- 
vince his readers that his paper Is the> 
voice of tbi people, NOT THE IN- 
STRUMENT OP HIS POLITICAL 
INFLUENCE. 

• • • • 

It Hiram Johnson would not speak 
so vituperatively of Coolldf e, he might 
sliow us that he does not fear ot los- 
ing tbe Presidential nominatloB. 

• • « • • 

' HIS HANDS ARE JUST AS SOIL- 
EOi WHO tLINOS MUD, AS HE 
WHO It MIT. 


The "Revelation", which was so 
beautifully demonstrated at Phillips 
Chapel C. M. E. Church, March 2th. by 
Miss Carrie B^Trent. was one of the 
greatest and graodese Biblical plays 
that has ever been rendered, com- 
posed of 36 characters. Prom this won- 
derful play Phillip Chapel realized the 
sura of $202.78. which helped to make 
the women victorious women's ' day. 
Mrs. M. Wallace received first prize. 
It was 22 pounds of sugar. 

Miss Bessie toward received the 
second prize, which was » ^ seven 
pound ham. Now If you wish to put a 
program over like this, or better, why 
let Miss Trent render some of her 
original Dramas. Call tlpon her, she 
is a broad hearted young woman. She 
has helped us, and is willing to help 
others. Phillips Chapel is proud of 
this yonng Christian woman. She is a 
wonderful church worker and a young 
woman wHh higher ideals. So see her. 
1384 E. ISth street. 


surajOH anniva 


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Be Good To Your Car 


Your car hasn't teeliga as a bumaD 
being its true, still it deserves good 
ireatniflBf. I 

One should forBi the habit of giving' 
their car a theroagb examination at 
frequent interval. Drain the radia- 
tor-and fluah it often to rid it ofthat 
sediment of rust and accumulation 


that prevents a perfect circulation. 
When possible refill with rain wster 
as this is a better water anyway. 

Keep yoar battery property filled 
and terminal connections ' tigktened. 
To preveBt corrosion «pply vaseline 
to connections of battery parts. To 
Jieep battery clean wipe off top with 
cloth wet with solution df washing 
soda. Your battery should liave good 
care as it plays a very importilnt part 
in the operation of your cair. * 


A' sm«ll amount of FsUers earth or; 
a small anmunt of l|ak«d graphite ap- 
plied on the toake drvtms will nialcv 
In-ali^eai tadW better, properly en^HipV 
you to avoid accidents and saye re- 
pair bills. < 

Once you (have learnt the A. B. C. 
^f drlvlBs yon will always treat yoar- 
self and ot^rs' cars right. The A. B. 
|C. of driving means AlVaye Be Care- 

tul. 



CENTRAL AVENUE BRAtfCH 

, I WHITE AUTO COMPANY 

159 Cenfaral Avenue 

.. T H E B A R G A I N H O U S E S U P RE ME 
''Ask The Man Who Bought From Us" 
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1820 STEPHENS. TOUR, 

1919 CHEVROLLT. TOUR 

18121 f ai€;e, tour. 

1900 STEPHENS. COUPE 

1921 VEUE. TOUR 

1918 CADDILLAC. TOUR.. New Paint A-1 Condition 

1923 DODGE ROADSTER 

1921 DODGE, TOUR. 

1922 BUICK. ROADSTER 

1922 BUICK, TOUR 

1921 HAYNES. TOUR., New Pa^^t 

19B0 CHANDLER, TOUR 

1921 WILLYS-KNIGHT. ROADSTER 

1920 CHANDLER DISPATCH 

1923 FORD ROADSTER 


to i^e aU V» 1|r*)M t)i«j VWSlMr 
eaa, n^d actor c^^dor tut nninac- 
ona i|>r^e« <ie»4 n9leie»t JvdKment 
of tile 6t>erKtor. If yonf tndgthent is 
titbt tb^n yowr inikes »re umaPy 

oTk. 

D(>fert (iKe « Mpptce <m having a col- 
llsKm txy speediiir Bid watcfaii% for 
the cop in the re«ir rlg^t mirror, hut 
avoid 4M>««(M9« 809 wateli the road. 
TblB «dvi|C« wtU ^Ip keep jw put of 
1«U. 

la our commtintty txtt\» a certain 
9rf««l«itU»!i 1ca0r» l>y C. C. C. A por- 
(iw of tlt« l4«Qnttlon o( these thr«« 
lattarsjia Co^petwt, carefo), coiw- 
t90«8. M«y they Kptdly a<M tf> the4r 
nutnb«r person l^i^t wtn-^oamit»ntly 
liractr«e oboervj^g and ta)dlU|^( thli 
pet^ntng. 

M. L. OKBBN. 




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EASY TERMS ON ALL CAKS 


IF DESIRED 


OPSN EVENINGS 

Barry LBeal—BrandiNgr. HqdMt 


.nos«4«f£ «F PMSMC]- 

''^ , . fly. Marry Beat 

The annual report of the White Mo< 
tc^ Cp^U>any tor t92S sbo^s that the 
company experieitced the l>est year (a 
its 19^ tiistory, ahd further strength- 
ened its poalUon as the leading man- 
Uti^turer of high-grade trucks and 
blisses, acc({FtttM to O. R. Puller, pres- 
tdent ]ft the White Auto Company, 
Southern California White Track dls- 
trlbtttofs. 
, The rapid expansion o( the use of 
trucks and busspg as cssentiat units 
in the natibir.s transportatioQ systciii 
is visualised by the White report. The 
cf'nipaoys gross sales for the year to- 
taled $48,%7^-<D(, &«i Increase of *X1.- 
60?,380 or Sl'^piftr^eetit. over the .W22 
record, ant} mat^lally.. exceed the 
sates of any coinpetltire producer. 

White's 1*23 net profits amminted 
to ieMifi65. Deducting »2,<K)0,0(K) 
paid in dividends, which have not 
>eeii interrupted since the company'" 
organization, a balance of )4,9$4,i;-'>'> 
was curled to surplus, incrcisin^ this 
Jleni to |9,M6,739, allghtly la ger than 
'.n 19;o. ' 

The cash position of Wliiie is Kliown 
to be exceptionally good.! Nottf3 pay- 
able for borrowed money were re- 
duced from 92.000,000 in 1-J22 to |1,- 
OOO.UOO a3ot December 31, I9i3. Cash 
"stood at $2;847,491, and no'e.s and ac- 
counts receivable at $9,749,324). The 
company continues to carry its notes 
receivable, none having 1>oej« dis- 
counted. The ratio of current assets 
to cnrrent liabilities is six to oim. 

The 'value of the company's ttaished 
trucks, finished parts, materials in 
process anrf rav materials and sup- 
plies was placed at )14,S<S,033 ai tlie 
end of the year, an iaereaie of $2,527. 
532 over the 1932 Igiire, and this in- 
ventory puts the company in an ad- 
vantageous position to meet the hea- 
vy demands, of sprteg business. 


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Sa^y y travri over the RMge 
itoute, ffae State higbway between Los 
Angetes a«d tin San Joaquin Valley, 
will be i^ereased by tke «(p«ndlture 
of fMjMO iluHnt tke aezt few mofetiia 
in "<i4r(tCilttBg" ad widening curves 
aad Other' similar work. 

9%M is 'the aaaoviieemeiit of High- 
way ; COriimlaaioner Nelson T. Ed- 
wards of Onage. The actton anthoris- 
\9g the work was taken at the last 
meeting <if ihe commtssion in Los Aa- 
celea. 

Tkle day labor crew which has beea 
at wvrk witk a power shovel wtdte*' 
ing ike Mouataia Springs-grade, on 
the Ban Diego-Yuma highway has 
about eoibpeted its wprk and will be 
movM to the Ridge Route, l^e pro- 
posed work tas the hearty approval 
of Cbairmaa Harvey M. Toy. 

Pujnds ^or ftnanciog the .work will 
be taken 'from the motor vehicle fees 
and |giMo|iBs Ux fund. 

i .-■ VXHAU8T 
Mj, Wm. Xlckerson, local manager 
of the Uos Anseles Penellt Associa- 
tfon appeared on the avenue last vie^k. 
in a l^and new Buick limousine. 


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sician and presjdeht of the Unity Pin- 
anc« Investment Company and prom- 
inent leader In fostering business erf- 
terpMses amongst the race, is report- 
ed t<^ have lust parcfaased a special 
built Martnon at an outlay of several 
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J. p. Jtkne^. who conducts a prosije- 
rrus grocery business on Hooper ave- 
nue b»s recently purchased a Buick 
coupe. 


Br^, I the UHor,' v1slte<l Hubbard 
Autoj Bales Co. last *eek, and ex- 
changed ^\b old Ford sedan for a new 
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JudJBlngj from the great number of 
mach^es parked in front around and 
on the side streets adjacent to Towne 
aveni^e A. M. E. Church on last Sun- 
day night, the Payne recital was a 
howling success. 


Dr. Cooley, one of the city's most 
snccesflful physicians and all around 
fratertaal man Is loud in praising the 
merits of his recently purchased new 
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.Senie tUlrty odd oars thit we know 
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iMkemiiie tfalc to |«l _ 
4»r wvvBiat. April- 17th ,«t 
BqpUat Church of WatU. the «i 
eoamoBlty is inrlted to tmjfff thlf^lj 


Lsat Thursday eyminK MUb Er- 
neatln« Jones of K. S2nd street was 
hoatsaa at a pretty little evening par- 
ty. OaacInK and games featured the 

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Among the enjoyable affairs of the 
week was an outing at the Brookade 
Park. Pasadena, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 
Louis Oraves took a Tisitor to enjoy 
sunny California. In tlie party were 
Mr. and Mrs. UUerback, Mrs. H. Por- 
ter of Chicago, aiid Mrs. Jones of 


PurnislMri room far rant, MM E. 
SMh atftat, hmt San #sdr# Cor Itns, 
or ooupio eiwp l oy o d proferrcd. 

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Vt. Stam«g was called hurriedly to 
Oeaa Park, Hinrsday tha 27tk and 
with the assistance of Drs. Selby and 
Harris pmltomed a tedious and deli- 
cate operatlofr that relieved his pa- 
tient prom^Mrj/from a complicated 
dlsahliity tkpEntad been a source of 
paid>sMi^^and inconvenience; for 
many mwlis. 

Mrs. M. Johnson of North Laka 


DELIGHTFUL DINNER PARTY 


A pretty little aifeir was > a dinner 
party given by Miss Alvida Hutaon 
and her mother Mrs. Ella Hutaon in 
honor of their cousin and Nephew, 
William Cheaton, Sunday at 6:30. 

About twelve guests were present. 
The house was beautifully decorated 
in Spring decorations, and the dinner 
was served accordinig to best taste. 


DEL6HTFUL iRECEPTON 


Shore avenue, who has been confined 
to her room and bed for quite a 'while, 
and troubled with a disability that 
has been a cource , of anxiety to her 
many trends, is now able tp be up 
and going to Blsinore for recreation. 


Mr. James Yaocy, a well known and 
familiar character on the streets of 
Loe Angeles, for many years, has 
made a complete recovery from a se- 
vers attack of Intero-colitls compli- 
cating gaatrpi.hepatlc-intestittaJ ca- 
tarrh from whi^h he has been be-rid- 
den foi* folly twelve months. 


Mr. Jamta W. (Buddy) Brown is 
eoaflned at the General Hospital hav- 
ing been operated upon for appendicit- 
is. He is -convalescing and will be 
pleased to receive Us friends. 


AMONG THE NEW ARRIVALS 
Frank O. White has established an 
enviable reputation as a gentleman of 
culture' and excellent deportment up- 
on all ocoasions. But iust npw he dis- 
plays oi««B' greater dignity due to the 
tact that ho la the proud parent of a 
bonaeilk etehtJKnind baby girl, wtta 
wag the dinatlA^of the stork to the 
White's hoaie Ittrcb 24th. Mother and 
daughter %re thriving nicely under the 
care of father White's smiles. 


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ALUM- 
NI'S STH ANNUAL DECLAMA- ' 
TION CONTEST 

The Southern California Alumni As- 
sociation will present its Fifth Annu- 
al Declamation Contest among the 
High Schools, Friday evening. May 
2nd. at Beth EMen Church, 27tb and 
Paloma. This contest is being fos- 
tered by the alumni to arouse and 
encourage educational effort. The 
High Schools wishing representation 
should have their speakers elected by 
now, and if not, should do so at once. 
The prises offered are. First prize, a 
silver loving cup with winner's name 
inscribed, and gold medal; second 
pri^, a silver medal; third, honorable 
mention. The schools thus far win- 
ning first and second prizes for 1st, 
tai, trd and 4th years respectively, 
are: First prize, Willalyn Stovall, 
HoBywod; Second prize, Ralph Bunch. 
Jefferson. First prize, Mildred Wash- 
ington, L. A. High; Second prize, Jef- 
terson Brown. Jefferson. First prize, 
Marjorie Bright, Polytechnic; Second' 
prisei. Tommy Miles, Lincoln. First 
prize, Bthelyn Hunter, Pasadena; Sec- 
ond prise, Thomas Brothers, Manual. 
Miss ANNA MAG GREENE, 
Ohm. of Contest Committee. 
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 
•y William Narclsse 
' IQie Fifth Annaal Declamation Con- 
teat, wider the auspices of the South- 
em Califoraia Alumni, will he held at 
the Baptist Charch on the corner of 
Sttb aae PtkfU, Friday evening. May 
2od. A repreeStatative from each high 
school kaa been elected to speak for 
hia sohoel on that evening. 

iJMt Tuesday JeiT smothered the 
Haotlostoa Park tracksters, on the 
lattrsr'a field. Archie Woodyard was 
high point man of the afternoon, hav- 
ing tea polntB to his credit. He won 
the century dash and the furlong. 
"Sparkle" WUIiaiu knocked dovm 
aeeotid la the IM and 220; Martin w(fn 
the halt aille; Qreen won the 440, with 
jloi Harriaoa • dose second ; BUI Bls- 
eo von the diacos and took third In 
tkoChot pat^ 


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Donovan en- 
tertained wit a delightful reception in 
honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dan- 
dridge at their residence. 301 So. Wil- 
mington Avenue, Watts, Calif. The 
house wan beautifully decorated in 
pink and green, the m<^n carrying out 
the color scheme, wearing pink carna- 
tion buttenaires and the women daint- 
ily dressed in white corsage boquets 
of pink Cecil brunner roses. After en- 
Joying a lovely and sociable evening, 
the hostess served a dainty repast 
consisting of Macedwine salad with 
ribbon sadwiches. Dreamy island 
punch, and pink and white marsh- 


Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Oandridge, Mr. and 
E. H. Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Mcln- 
tyre, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mitchell, Mrs. 
C. Mullen, tb,e host and hostess. The 
guests departed voting Mr. and Mrs. 
Donovan the most delightful host and 
hostess in the southland. 


AT T^E. BLUE LANTERI^ » 

The Blue Lantern, that blessed "Ha- 
ven of fhe Hungry", is being renovat- 
ed, and dai^ing is to be the added at- 
traction, with the famous Quality Five 
Orchestra, composed of Harry Brooke, 
pianist; Paul Howard and Leon Herri- 
ford, saxophones; Henry Allen, drum- 
mer, an* 1 Harry Valentine, banjo. 
Then Oh, Boy! There will be dining, 
dancing and ditto. ' 

Reservations for the opening next 
Wednesday 1 evening, Aplrl 9fti, ' are 
now being made. Mr.' and Mrs. Wise- 
naut are lelaving no stone untqmed 
to make tl^is cafe still the atmos- 
phere of refinement at all times. 


Dr. and Mr. Offutt were hoste^and 
host to a motor party last Sunday. 
One to Riverside, including two autos 
full from Pasadena and two from L. A. 
Last Sunday three machines and 
e^ven people motored to San Diego 
and Tta Juana. Saturday they spent 
the night in San Diego, Sunday visit- 
ed Coronado ind other points of Inter- 
eat returning via Elsinore, encounter- 
ing the rain which made it necessdry 
to spend' t^e night in Elsinore. Mr. 
and Mrs. Smith returned Thursday, 


mallow cake. The , guests included:. 'after a not ! disagreeable stay of two 


months in Los Angeles 

The Southern Section of the Cali- 
fornia Association of Women's Clubs, 
will hold their second Reciprocity 
Meeting Thursday, April lOtb, at the 
A. M.- E. Church, Nnrth Vernon Ave., 
Pasadena. Every club, is expected to 
be represented. Lunch will be served 
by Volunteer Workers' Club and Har- 
riet Tubman Club, Board Meeting 10 
a. m. Reciprocity Meeting 2 o'clock. • 
Everyone is cordially invited to come 
Las viudas Allegrag held their reg- and hear this wonderful report of the 


LAS VIUDAS ALLEGRAS SLUB 

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Mrs. K. J. ncue of 636( Ivorene 
Atmm, HoBri^DOd ni/ietaiaai wltb 
s dttBOr party Thwodoy, Mo^eh 27th, 
is fanor vt Tin. Banjainia W. Lam- 
bert »mt ateter, Mr*. Bta iiftwd oii De- 
troit. Mkh. Corero wore laid tor 10. 
Mr. ■«* Mm. Carter of Mouvrte; 
Jk. BCDtMo of PMUona; Mr. 
R. Mekoy oC Mr. \K t.' 
Mr«l Aamt» Manw.*Mr. J. 

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uler meeting at the residence of Mrs. 
Pay Bynum, 3675 GrifSth avenae, 
Monday night, March 10th. After the 
business .meeting cards were enjoyed. 
Mrs. Myrtle Adame won first prize 
and -Mrs. Uttersack (of Chicago, the 
booby. 

Mrs. Vivian Osborn' Marsh of Berke- 
ley, Calif., was the honored guest. 
Dainty refreshments were served by 
Mrs. Bynum and all declared her an 
ideal hostess. 'Mrs. Porter of Chicago, 
was also a guest of the otuh. •■ 

Las Viudas Allegras^ Club held their 
regular meeting at tie residence of 
Mrs. Lillian Collins; "2118 S. Hobart 
Boulevard, Monday night, March 24th. 
After the business meeting a program 
was enjoyed by the club, a reading of 
Paul Lawrence Dunbar was given by 
Mrs. A. McCarthy. Heading by Mrs. 
Bertha Simpson, J>iano solo by Mrs. 
Fay Bynum, and Mesdames Pearl 
Brooks and Wilson, guests of the 
club, rendered solos :which were en- 
joyed by all. A four course supper 
was served to eighteen by Mrs. Col- 
lins, and the table Iwas beautifully 
decorated in the club's colors. Mrs. L. 
Harris of Chicago wag also present. 


OAKLAND'S Y SECRETARY 
ENTERTAINED 


clubs. 

Sec. Mrs. VRGIE'cORRY. ' 

POPULAR COUPLE WED 

Miss Esther Mae Loupe, the talent,-- 
ed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. 
Loupe and Mr. Walter C. Claybom 
were united in holy bonds of matri- 
mony at Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church 
Tuesday evening. 

The church ivaa beautifully decorat- 
ed with smllax and greenery and the 
j)r4dal cauple stood uadesr-^in areh of 
greenery^ and carnation 'uid a large 
white wedding bell. Miss Berdle Mae 
Collins sang "Because" and Mt;. Ar- 
mese Fouche sang ."Oh Promise' Me," 
Miss Stewart presjided at the piano. 
All of the above | participants were 
from Pasadena. 

'Promptly at eight-thirty the bridal 
party came marcliing up the Isles of 
the church led by Master Delmas 
Loupe the youngest brother of the 
bride. Little Miss Lillian Lewis car- 
ring Shepards Crux draped with Tule 
announced the arrival of the bride 
who was beautifully gowned in, white 
beaded georgette with white Tu'lo veil 
In train caught up in back in French 
creation and bandeau orange blos- 
soms leaning gracefully on the arras 
of her illustrious father. T^e beauti- 
ful wedding march by ' l,oughton" 
filled the church. The maid of honor 
was Miss Matrian King gowned in 
white Beaded Kanton crepe carrying 
a bouquet made of roses and sweet 
peas. Miss Charley Webb the bride's 
maid was daintily dressed in white 
drape model of canton crepe 'and car- 
rying a shower of roses and sweet 
peas. Mrs. Inez Ramey, matron of 


One of the season's smartest formal 
affairs was that given in honor of 
Miss Ruth P. Moore i on last Friday 
evening by Miss S. Marie Jeffers at 
the beautiful and spacious home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Bolmer of Piedmont. 
The house was beautifully decorated 
with Spring - flowers which added to 
the pleasure of the delightful affair. 

Miss Moore was beautifully gowned honor vas beautifully attired in pink 
in lavender brocaded satin, wearing silk net over satin with a shower of 
sllvey brocaded slippers while Miss roses. ' ""- "'~- "-* "^ 


Jeffers made a very charmlg hostess 
in blue crepe de chine and black Span- 
ish lace, wearing black satin slippers. 

Some of the other guests who' 
shared in the pleasures of thb eve- 
ning, wearing beautiful gowns were 
the Misses Tera Hall In yellow satin 
and 1)lack' Spanish lace, Ethel Samu- 
els in lavender satin, GalUe Moore In 
orange georgette. Alma Moore in 
orange -Kuinton crepe, Gladys Gier, Lu- 
lu Chapman, Eleanor Jackson, Marie 
Allen, Marie Griffin, wore green taf- 
feta and satin, Grace Clarady In pink 
creiM de chine add Greta Mae Clara- 
dy in white crepe de citine and Vhite 
Spanish lace. 

Others wearing beautiful gowng 
were Misses Thelma Jalmiespn of Los 
Angeles, Miss Woods Of Ct^lorado, and 
Misses McOraw of Bostofi, Beulah 
Black, Ruby JeIfenott,j Theresa Har- 
p^, Esther Smitfa, Hazel Jackson, 
Ethel Craig, Ethel T^itt, Capitola 
Richardaoo, Virginia Stevens, Marie 
Lenox. Ida . .lackaon, Lenora Ran- 
dolph, Erma Howaril'aiid Mesdames 
Louis 'Wlndson. Joseph Irvin, James 
Joaee and Mrs., Christicln. 

The yoong mea were in evealBg at- 
tire. Those gresent i^we: Edward 
Davis, Edward Banks, fWaeland Tay- 
lor, Eugene Anderson, ; Janee Allen, 
WIlUo Voosfan. ftlUIam Pittman, Clar- 
ence WflUaiini, S. B. Orey, J. UtCor- 
miod, D. D. IWridaoB. l«on Temple, 
£ae Pttniell,.T. H. '<lf|lliams, Alrin 
Nnrse^ H. Payne, 'WHlIam Qrfffln. Wot- 
tor fiutler, Vnft^ BbstUr, Josepli 
ttorabaon, ChtfMo WnMikrd, Dn. L. 
Wondaoa. •. W. DovMikhn. 

Mr. mnam Rtttlodis vt G^ImIm. 


Little Miss EMna Dawson 
flower girl, sweeter than ever. Mas- 
ter Thomas Broader in full dress was 
ring bearer. Mi". Oscar Bess was best 
man. Mr. Charley Props, Miss Arvalle 
and Anote Mae Carter were ushers In 
whit£ organdie. 

Rev. B. li. duy, D. D., pastor of the 
Church, read the ceremonies ot the 
A. M. E. Church which made the hap- 
py couple mai) and wife. The recep- 
tion was held in the church of which 
the bride wasan active Sunday School 
worker for the | past few* years. 

The grootn present his bride with a 
beantiful\Stucco Bungalow at ' 804 
Walton &venue^ Watts, as her wedding 
gift. The happy couple are at home 
to their many triands at the abpve 
address. ■ ' / 

Miss Loupe Is a native of the TTni- 
versity of SouQiem California. 


MRS. 8. A. WRIGHT OF SANTA 
MONICA ENTERTAINS IN HON- 
; OR «F MISS HALLIE 
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The "guest of honor to a most de- 
lightful dinner party and later a re- 
ception Miss Hallie Q. Brown of 
Xenia, Ohio, noted educator and na- 
tlopal character newiag the close of 
her annual visit to the Pacific Coast 
was happy. And the hostess, Mrs. S: 
A. WiJcht at her palatial home on 
6th avenue, Santa Monica, was happy 
also becai^e the guest of honor and 
aaaemble^'guest Out of the fullness of 
their hearts ea^essed themselves as 
a pleasure to t^i there. 

Aside from MiSs Brown, other hon- 
or ga'ciats wero'Mr*. W. T. Andenon 
of dereland. jOhlo; Miss France* 
BRtwa, Clovelaad, Ohio; Mrs. Dr. ,L. 
^e.Umt$;-.9t P^ itiim.^ 

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by Mr. Tom ;^«*R.- 

8. ABnooaeeraeflKia ilad contrlbntUm. 

9. tntrodnction o{ Spmker, 
Attorney Wm. Poiey 

10. AddreBB....j...„..key, Dr. Venerahle 
11. 1 Anthem " r^v;-: ;, .i."' 
12.! Benediction, l^-"'' ^V " 

Master of Ceremonies. 8! B. Mar 
loWe: Come early to get a aekt at 1034 
Adama Strega corner ot Central Ave- 
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A future of ,tl>e early pairt of the 
evening was the dinner, at one. table 
with the hbnoir gitest all native Ohio- 
ans dined an^ renviniscences o,f the 
grand old • State of cqurse i was the 
topic of the evening. ' 

i The reception following the dinner 
brought out quite a galaxy of citizens 
o( Loa Angeles and vicinity, all ' of 
v^hom enjoyed the hospitality jnd en- 
tertainment furnished as only the hos- 
tess of the occasion can givb. 

Among those who attended are the 
following: Mrs. O. B. MeOarroll; Mrs. 
Emma Jennings; Miss Alberta Muse; 
Mrs. P. A. Gibson; Mrs. Wm. Cooper; 
Mrs. L. M. Chrlaman; Rev. and Mrs. 
A. M. Ward; A. X RoberU;; Mrs. -S. 
H. Burnett; Mr. ^tki Mrs. J. H. Shack- 
elford; Mr. TVallace Clark; Mrs. Sarah 
Middleton; Miss Tibbes; Mrs. Mai 
coto H. Patton, Sr,; Mrs. T. A. Cole; 
Mrs. Scott Jones; Misses Laura Slay- 
ton; Edith Slayton; Mrs. L. L. Slay- 
ton; Mrs. L. H. Buriiett; Mr. and Mrs, 
W.- Johnson and son; S. G. tlt^ilton 
and J. B. Bas^. 


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Racketeers Hold City Championship 

Tourney on Jefferson High School 

Courts Sunday, April 27th — 

Dad Clark in Repair Shop 


By William Mells Watson 
1183 E 34th. Humbolt 533-J 


At eleven o'clock Saturday raoring 
March 29th, the writer was permitted 
to horn in upon the most unique ten- 
nis breakfast at the Blue Lantern ev- 
er put on by 'our gang, and by the 
youngest club, the Ricketeers Tennis 
Club, ably presided over by the presi- 
det, B<)b Garrott, the mouth doctor's 
youngest son. 

AmoSg the many discussions were 
the plans for the club's city champion 
ship which is a<iheduled for Sunday, 
April 87tkr«n tlw JeCerson High^4e»^ 
nis garden^ where 'the dainty maids 
and matrons will battle for the hand- 
some loving cut hung up by the club 
for the city singles queenship. The 
city's rougher Element will also strug- 
gle for local supremacy and should 
get in this mess of athletics as its our 
first open t^uiney and all have an 
equal break. Tlie tounament commit 
tee consists of the foUow^lng members, 
Juliaette Harris, Lowell Boudoln, Ma- 
rlon Forsyth, ^and Winona Winder, 
secretary, 1571 W. 35th street. Phone 
763418, The entry fee is twenty nick 
els. 

Father Clark In Hospital 

Dad J. W. Clark, Sr., officer Bill 
Clark's papa, Uke his son an' ardent 
supporter of oilr game, is at the Gold- 
en'State Hospital, suffering from blood 
poisoning and every member of our 
fraternity earnestly hopes for his 
speedy recovery. 

Flock of Tennis Flapperi 

Our flapper brigade has assumed 
huge prvporti<ins recently. Among 
those wearing the shingle hob are: 
Joe Brown, Mary Provost, Gladys 
Porter, May Black, Maudetta Rose 
mond Watson, • Johnnie/ Byrd Pinch- 
back, Mabel Lee and Hazel Temple 
the latter only last Tuesday, April 2 
reached her steenth (?) birthday an 
niversary and ten't sorry, as the bob 
foole 'em. 


HEALtf 



The Greatest Purifier E*er 
Known For • 

Tuberculosis, Asthma, Dropsy,' Di* 
betes, Brlght'a Disease, Kidney, Liver 
arid Bladder Trouble, ProsUte Glands, 
Rheumatism and General run down 
condition. Whan you ask your Drug- 
gist, always telj him your ailment so 
you can get the right ntedicine for 
your disease. . , 

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Cine COMPANY ! 

tor WInslea. St., ■ Los Angelt^' 

Drug Store • Vi -. 2338 Hooper Aye. 

Drug Store •••26 So. Compton Ave. 

Drag Slor* '• -t ■ • • ' Pleo A Central 

A Real MMTlclne Fo ra Real Disease 

DR. aT. WRIGHT, Mgr. 


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Men Wanted to quaUty tot sleeplnc 
car pmrtera. Kzperieaee nnneoeeaary. 
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SUB •DIVIDERS 


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ignition and rattery 

specialists 

hensu:y battery 

STATION 
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2720 CENTRAL AVE. 

TIIES 

N^W AND USED 

VULCANIZING AND RE- 
PAIRING 

J. W; WELCH 

2720 Central Hum. 1501 


EASTER AT EL 
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I^ROM 12:00 M. to 8:30 P. M. 

I Fruit Cocktail 

Celery, Olives 

Soup 

Rosi^ Chicken and Dressing 

Fresli Peas Mashed Potatoes 

l.,ettuce and Tomatoes 

Pie and Ice Cream 

Colfee 


IN MEMORIUM 

ALBERTA WILLIAMS ROSS 
My Sear Sister, who Passed Away 

April 7, 1919 
The aching heart that lingers here. 
Will iilss yon always with the years. 
k ! i Mrs. Eva Williams Davis. 

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ANNOUNCEMENT 
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 
; Best location, well established groc- 
ery hiisiesa, poultry, coalr wood and 
retail ;ica In connection. 

Excldlent location for Meat Market 
1469 A. 23rd St., near Hooper Ave. 
. Stocik at invoiced price. Will rent, 
sell or lease property. 

Living quartns in store, also house 
in reair. See ownea- o nprpperty. 

MRS. .I.F. HALL 

Cireakr Ajtttmhi m. SpMlidt^ 

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" credit is grood — Obme in and get your 

Easter Suit and^pay ,8 little each Pay 

Day. 

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT ALLISON'S 


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Unique, darlos, spectacular, atmos- 
pheric, tke rasHion Kerlew told the 
story of vpring with deep ImpreBsive- 
nesB aad chann at Philharmonic Au- 
' ditortntB last Thursday evening. 

FVoiB more than one view point. It 
" was • 4«wlBwg aocceas. The advance 
aale of tMtMa had already been pnr- 
cbaaad lone before the doora were op- 
en; tlM aJTair had been extenairely 
adrertiaed; and the itfocnuif ftseU 
'. J {.embraced feature* whicli vere aa nor- 
' 'el aa they were entertebiliv. And thst 
' H why a WW ■ "datslfiv snticeM." 
It Is intenklBg to note, also, that U 
V i vas wlbMMeA bjvoBC of the tersest 
audiencee in thexlty of Lm Anseles. 
~°, And Wklle It la not the ofllce oC the 
>'^v<*w<»<lBrV express editorial com- 
- ment, Jt m«y be sensibly hrid. bower- 
• ' er. that- ff as' large an audience as 
^ ' that eooM aa s — ble in a meeting <tf a 
^ ' yolitieal aoM*. there could hardly be 
^''« doobt tlMM sometliinK very helpfnl 
and reiV: lllinftittK could b« suocess- 
4' (oUt ev^NM. The tronble probably is. 
-f that *|cMmetimea row Ured of Us- 



as one long accnstomieq ty jMltftoK W 
tor large audiences, hei had-|tage de- 
corum almost remarkakle tet a child 
Us ace. ., [ : 

AccompaniOd by Us kster, Alice, ft 
stndMit of the College jof HdbIc, Uni- 
versity of Soathem ealifomia. Ut. 
William Stoard sang ''Rose of piear- 

*dy " r— 


oorad. 


Misa Ochlhoaor Conrad, wearing as 
elaborate bride's tro««ieau. was pre? 
sented with Mr. Beoa tvtaittaker. the 
groom, in Mrsi NeUa Biodgett's offer- 
ing. "The Bridegrooib's : Reverie". 
Whittaker's perfOrmaac|e, save for a 
slight MemUh in his didUofi and "artic- 
ulation, was well-nigh I superb. '"The 
Bridegroom Reverie" is a playlet of 
omfi^ scene «nd of one aict. -Its setting 
is, presumably, Mw T^; its time^ 
the present day. 

The scene opens with! the groom, a 
wealthy cosmopolifan iman ot the 
world. sitUng languidly In his chair i^ 
one end- of the living rciom of a mod- 
em apartment house. He recalls one 
after another la his reVeriee his (M 
sweethearts, whose memjory is sudden- 
ly awfekened by bis<eogni)taace of Us 
approaching' wedding. And. in dim re- 
lief, they apipear in following arder: 
1. Carolyn WickliSe, 2. Marion Hen- 
dricks; 3. Consula Stofall; 4. Mary 
iPrioleaur 5. Marie Masjon; 6. Helen 
Turner; 7. Corita Hariicrt; 8. tiouise 
Smltli; 9. Alice Turner;' and 16. tiou- 
ise SmitbH 
C teniiW i» tbis fallow and to tMt fel-L .^^^ scena chwes u the groom in 
4 'Tow u he proclaims and^tMlB us what | "•" reverie see* himsMf leading to the 



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■ paticniar panacea he woold oVsr lor 
-^mir fflo. and, aoogMHiglr. Molt refuge 
and reUef by investing our interest la 
something lasii concerned wtth our 
p re s ent dlAcoMea: sosMtMag, In- 
deed.' more gratifying, ^vea |t tt >■ on- 
ly of sHort U4 loetlas Awfetloa. Tlie 
paychologftt mtebt oontiritd that we M 
a people are not capable of coaeen- 
trating upon an object demaadtng 
close scrattey or inteUectoal anvaei^ 
ation; "but we onraetvea in the long 
' nm. ratber tban tbe p sy ctwlngl at, caa 
tntt Jast wfiat to beat ear as, ' 

THE mmb 

Tbe maaicat acpre Was uaMue. Op- 
ening wttk "tAulng fo^ r«u" aad the 
"^na 'nofrar WMT, It jeoasiatad of 
tbe MwM» M iUM 4tk»H*tM «n- 
cbantingly tkroagh evaty sc w to. 

The QuaUty Ptfa ataipi«ia««tod the 
orcheattml laasloal «iB>a^t«Mli their 
nambevB as Wr tW p w Ow ^re B•^ 
e« ut vlgrlag tkwi qt tketr ««■);»- 
wltckiag way. 

iqas -L^oaMaa 9mmt»m., aeapsnaar 
led by JMsa NaMa HiifkitA* iMi iOt" 
esksAsr Meraddaa^ MHmfiii 'fiop' 

a0 1» floi^". A tkmiiml fpthant 

of applaaaa- hroacMt. JSRt te«k with 
"After Weir by 
Miaa 


altar the te^ of -hi* choice. Thja. In 
brief, is a syaopst* of !"The Bride- 
groom's Reverie" as if was eaaotad by 
tha fbregolng. 


'■''^"^THe,M«HI<>M« 

To d escr i be aad acu Q ija te l y apmraise 
the fashions, the cerre(;t styles for 
men, the negligee scan^ and- the re- 
maiiifng wealth of nuwrials'lbi eve- 
Biag gowns, -svort-«U>th|MaAd' otkar 
mode* of wearing apparel-for mllad/ 
Bean 'Braaunrts, It 
waaM deaiMd of the wilter a^saretnt 
ited axhaattiva tnrvey of all the 
wvrtfa i» JBoa^'s .Thesaras and (rf aU 
the spaoteaaa'or aapassloaed Ktaae in 
atevmuMfit. -BmHa«ey a^ Mrs. Qiar- 
lotte Broate. Svea thfn* his taak 
wenU- b» latohHet^ (oir ha woyld 
have to go to aam* daaolate sfotiin 
the wioaatlilas ia IhaiMa that tfeaW" 
team sanmndlnga theMl-'wonld ^oMibte 
aim to aet hta' mla< U order tor dbar, 
«lctoAa» atatoMnl aMlJoeU atpoitt 
ttoa. Syeh. to the praraeal lonrsaHst. 
fa 'hiiBo w l hl e Heacaa oAty. bofp ta be 
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hiit.'tM' Us cMtikBporarfia. 

Wa MB off, tk^, for a| review of tha 
lashoaa. 





la& CHMSBUBA D. C<MfNER ' - 
la ^ 4tif^^g^mH»> *• tfM W9«rii aad pMfMt modal of 
CareljM lib*l Wvwa. excloMvik daAfgaor awl qMdIate. Mra. 

k kDBtoip f«wB^of hrtfiry 9iat» Sana, onMrnait- 
•d triar>MM|rteiM», wkh himymK cwnt trmin. atUtelMd wi^ 

( iji '"n i s , I i I 1 ill wi t tssseehlesim 



as the most mUaae oTeriag^oa jth* 
bOl. U was eol&tl^ley eitactdd ^y 
Maies. Roteria 'l^inson. Mary. Wil- 
liams. Joha 'Mfm, pamnal Davis, ce- 
leste Beaa/rtt. jw'. B. Jiacal(son and 
Pattefioh:. Ad py Males MUy Kat- 
land and Eunice iRoan. 


THE MHN'S STYhES 


MMrim (^ £1^ 


AH^H 14th— Whaantf What AMiut 
Tha CairtW at e* 



Mr. B. Kiag*fl4isiday of 'ittireet 
styteftMr aiaa Mag aovel a&d made a 
sp«9litt^«Miaal:-t^[all.'' • ' ' '^ '; 
-" Bocaaa Wh#|r«r'oCwlag,'iitkM[^ 
Mlaa,J3BeJRr4aiiiai8 aa4iir. it^Hoka 
maitad .mi dlMrtantflas^^^tty atratt 
elotua.'. .V , i\. 

Utt^.''BAn.'.imiit%A- Mrb. Roberta 
Bohliwa'aiid^Mik X. GrUEii^ 
. MBa,^*-lttv«niti^(W»d ■ fS^ ■ caiarM' 
S.'Coaaor ta a hdatMa' io«» aaS' Eve- 
ning wiajl. .--- M !-■■'- ^"' -'■-.-■ 

Mrs. P«H(er.«^«WMad Mr*. litfilUh 
Blacfcbnni In aa 
nice Roaciitf «: 

Mrs. .^1* #I^L^ * diaaar- gnwif: 
'^'''^P&mSVSlgi^ •■> evanteg gowi;: 
Prefli 'mSmWt^^v»lft' MdM; ' Mil; 
-Kwla' mw. #wa -gftanoag'.'finr^:' 

MsttU-.. Whjtljllhiapa-'-^-' 

^raeti uMni^tt^-*^} ■ ^ ■. - ^ ,- - - 

2**"iiM ,A,.;-Oir*y;aA<^- 

mfvn/^:^ I ]■„..>-■■■;..;. 

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MoamlA, tha^MOa "Gaia Oty" a* 
tha towns, where ao aiaarlaf oar peo- 
tf* havl-fBVBd a wlinMoma aUdlag 
Mieb M IM> W>|l|0a«eB nt^^ _. 
im^X^ «ltK oarikla'oa ant HqB'Im^ 
**. Ihi 14t laat:* la: iJl*B ttat tk« |Sre« 
^m^^atM^ir^UKmmmMnvt oarj^thi; 

•oraetiimi^UMit tha'caadi- 
«ii(^<«k»^«ie raaUag tor the sawA^ 
gtiltlaia to be MM by tha elaetofata 
«i thb e6r. 

• Ff|Ma-.aoa'wke la ao«naiated wlthj^uifba 
sa tt «he oMidtdat^.aad alaa the v^ 

• '^«M mmtmu'i nSfriAtf vhataNat 

dn^e|lfnfi£to asUag Jar th« votAa of 

the jMMJMa of IMriro^la aad whM ia 

ugr^alr S!ttttMa towarda^Oa oolorad <^t- 

^' iwtta of tl*t atty. 

m nXlUltia Ibr tha flfltea at aUy 
«^«H. Uimum ^ r. Daal^ Th» 

ha-^it'-r." itoatiiiy'.aiMi-A^.'Jr. -a^ioaa. 

J«^-^w'niiMi'>M' «"«> ot'-tha' -'SrfaaBt' 


■aaaacMaiafaamaaHaMi 
aaRays Is.oae of the lead- 
M tbe'Morline Realty Co. 
a h(;ima sftrreand^ with a 
a grove.' IHa entire work 
;eBieat of the g>1a«e "waa -in 
of Mr.^. «. Roait, a r*^ 
he toi^ sick aad remaiaed 
dowa-.sb loag' that he wis' campled 
to eatti^ some one else. Mr. Rays is 
eaa ^> can b* relied on as being 
frieadlyj to our people, he therefore 
eemmaiM* the votes of tbe ,aitire Xe- 
«« votilrs of tUs city. 

The other two mea. Messrs. Bratlay 
■ad Jones, one a poaltry raiser and 
the other a grocer, are jpraetieaHy un- 
known by our people. One of them, 
the Mr. I Janes, ba«.only been in Mon- 
rovia a llttte'over a year, ted as we 
understaad, be. is from Mississippi, 
and . of I cottlrsfe We can't- take any 
ehancesi a^ aa. to :tbe Mi<.'1Mntley. 
we thii^k We read Us name a few 
days agb among tbe Hst of oficers of 
the ku klnx klan orgaaitation, and of 
coarse 3l<^ cant stand for that. Every 
voter of the race should make it a 
^rt of jUs or her bnsinesa to get to 
the polk rain or shine and vote to 
Keep otft of public ofllce those who 
are pledgMi against the^ Negro even 
before He gets into Mice. 
Mrs. ^uinatta Monroe ia a. cindidate 
of ieify' treaanrbr, a more 


bterd aad ia ^ Otags »cr- 
«Br race Aa hM i>a«» fair, 
cdaugbter of tha ever: aaril- 
> SvasBr whose greattags 
bovrj aa(| smBe are -lav4|ftad n^oa 
aUkf; np tbthe ttaneiof IOb fliaess 
was city reasarer., Tt» caat a vote 
^ot Mraf Moaree means the aaating of 
a vote !for a friend. Mr. Bi^ram. her 
opponeilt, ik one M the ealy DemB- 
crats 9at of te 26 found in Jloarovia. 
Tlwt may 4peak well from lUm^' bat. 
tbe paat record of that^^ party, it 
doesn't jlaai^ so waQ loi^aa^ At any 
rate wa'kaiow Mrs. Moaroe aad are 
going ta voie ,for her. that's all. 

The aeztl thiiQr oar peopla need to 
fight swr of ia voting for the recently 
pade cnart^r. It seems to have been 
concelvfd in the dark and made in the 
dark aad by those who wear white 
robes 4nd hoods, in the -dark. an4 
who openly declara it to be made for 
the specific purpose of getting out of 
oflce those who were not*inemb<rs of 
the K.i.k.[ Therefore to vote "XO" 
li'hea li comes to' the adoption of the 
proposed (Charter, will not only be 
^ise, becaase of what it imaaas to 
our pepplej but for the beitt interest 
tire city. 

member of the Negro race 

to tha ptdla and vote to put 

'cm the asea-who ataad far tha 

It oftte <^ aad -who from 

iBce have provaa them- 

b^ the friends of th0 race in 

. t^ are reaseaable. 

city goverameat now ataada 

M^veralmon boldlar raapoa- 

ittlpaa and as sooa aa other 

aije^opMi tU) colored people 

Iveja their share, i 


%«b On CiadidMti 


The CaliC^raia Bagle 
833 Central Avenae 
L9S Angeles, Calif. 


I 


ROBERT 


L. MAYS NABBiO 

IN RAID 


Having receatV returned from a 
trip South, nam^, £laUaa, Texas. Ft. 
Worth. RoBstei. SalvestOB and that 
section kaeVa ts "tha Panhaadle. 1 am 
wrftnig te result of my observations 
of tbe conditions ia that section as 
one finds them t9dhy> 

:The South t* enjoying a great peri- 
od of prasperity. Tlie population in 
the leading cities Is increasing ia 
number. Dallas estimates her papula- 
tion at 2SS,000, Houston 210,000, San 
Antonio, te largest of the three, and 
the greatest population in the State, 
magnificent buildings having been 
erected in recent years, and many 
more in the coarse of construction. 
Business seems good, and times ap- 
parently very prosperous, but— tbe 
Negroes in the Soath are fdlag worse 
since the Wortd War than ever be- 
fore. The .reeciat cmiisbs of migratioa 

'eiy ^nbnneir af^ vl^^Nit' nSsf 
1921. but. sinee it is sappoaed to cover 
the entire South from Virginia to Ok- 
Uhoma, and from Kentucky to Flori- 
da, it is rather difiteult to conceive of 
any great diminishing of numbers, 
wtimated at S1&.00(M There are 'many 
Though it is very apparent ot the af- 
fect of the Exodus, as the Negroes 
who are crowding into the larger 
Soiathera cities are not the type jtt 
other years, he having grown tired of 
intolerable conditions as they have so 
long ■ existed down there. He has 
moved into different sections, and 
those from the back country, tbe rural | 
distrtets. have moved in, and are mov- 
ing from the back country, the rural 
districts, have moved in, and are mov- 
ing iato tha cities ia laiige numbers. 

. MORAL SPIRIT BROVEN 

That evil farce that has been at 
work tar so long to break the spirit ot 
the Nijgro, aad to "Keep him in his 
place", has finally been snccessful: es- 
pecially in thrt section: and so satis- 
fled are the. predominate dasaes with 
the abject craditioaa in wUch the 
maaaaa .have fiaally be«i plaoed, tin- 
til the Negro is ao loager a daagetons 
factor, aad apparently he has not the 
strength left to raise his right arm in 
«elf defense, aad no inctiaation, or de- 
sire to. . . 

MiMiSTERS 


Robert Is. Mays. Prominent eo H ar s4 
labor agitator and orgaalaa^of PaU> 
Qtan car porters, was n abb ed t04tlght 

by Detective Sergeant Joha T. 

(C«lored detentve), and his 

squad. In a booze raid oa a 

gers Joint. Mayo was fouad ia 

iodt of three quaru of bootlag Ugaar. 

and put up a stiff battle ia aCott ta 

KH away. 

It came out at the stathw haaaa 
that Mays is a constant fre ^ h eatsg at 
buffet flats where he speada the<:piiH- 
man porters' funds oa fast wviaea aad., 
white lightiac- 

Mays, ft will be remembered, aqaaa- 
dered much money a tew years ago ^ 
which resulted in the property arhleh . 
was purchased In ihts city for a I 
for Pullman porters, being aoU i 
foreclosure proceedings after tha ; 
ters had invested several 
dollars in the place which was ea^re- 
ly under tbe maBagemeat of RObarCr 
L.Jilaye. 

" MELVIN J. CHIStTM. 



ifpt oa<» of a«r Ai«fl 




We Saw At Ok^^ 
\ 4 Ad! At NmIA 


By J. B. Baaa 


to M 


be a Biaetiag ti tha Ad 

Of ifta Bast sue Braaca 

Nareotte Bdu^- 

. Moaday Bveajsg. 

gt A* T. M. C. A.,4>Br. *th 

atra•t^^rt7:^•o'^ " 

of panuaonat imi 

L ttPWOWD, Praa. 

OKBBlf, Baey.. 



the Negro Mialater is the greatest 
factor ia the SoaUu aad th«re is much 
good he eaa a o e^ia pH s h if h^ caa rise 
eqaal to tta aeeasioa.- SBaee Umre are 
BO active pqnUeal or coa atm cUva or- 
gaalsaUoad aHoni||d aach aa t^ N.A. 
A.C& or ot^MB, aad such lead«« of 
thaai^t aa VHila* lAnaoa aad Da- 
Boia ara aot pdnnfttad, tha rfapoaal- 
bmty raita hawHly wi^ tha varlaas 
jiillgliiM MgBBliiHitiia 

I bave haea rsBsMy informed that 
a|a i Bit i t i Wlft A Wl a ana (white) is co- 
i^arhlaE •■ aatar bafbra with tha 

Calorad UhillgM. BM aa maa/«6- 

ka« oaeapgr liia iiflpttja thatr^l^ mr 
rioaa efaorekba ia mH <tBatt ta BatflsMlw 
a way ta atop tiw aMveiaaBt ttet i%^ 
•teadfly lEBlhK «B. 


VVIti.fAMB HONOBSP 


raal WHMMa' ii^^taa ia tka 


BCONOMie BITUATWN 


AppanaQr dia 


Saturday was field, day it 
Chicago. We visited many plajrwa 
persons of wbch we wU wrta 1 
We w«« BOW oia oar way. 


later. 


Bound For Nashvll* 

Sunday the Press f<M-ces 
themselves together far tha 
meetiag which, ooaveaed tha i 
at Nashville. ' ia- oampaayi 
Hon. Oscar DePrtast. MalvlB J. 
Joseph V. Bibb. Ffhley WOaaau A. U 
Holsey. Monroe Maaoa, and Hias J^ 
annette Carter, we boarded a '. 
at 5 o'clock p .m. for Kaahvfllsi. 1 
Interstate passeingei^. we of 
were not Jim crowed whan we < 
the Mason aad Dixaa line. 

Of our partiealar party wa 
the guests of the Hob. Oaaar Dal 
who had chartered a'dravliB: 
for the NasbvUle me 
Journeyed, at tha spadal l|i«llltM ^^ 
the oflleera of the "" 
soclatloa aad was to i 
pal addreas^t the lanfa l 
tag at tte daae aC t>a_ 
others- with Mr. DefttMl? _ , . 
Jo*. Bibb, Mahrla J. Okaoi«ai£) 
ley WBmml At 8 <retock Mi 

moraiag the party artlvai ht 

CaloB statioa at.NaArlUa, Bad «« 
met by Dr. J. Allaa Bayd. Aa «MWr 
at the MaAviBa (Boba i 
head «t thd crwt NatlaUl 
PabliaUag HMaa. alao tha < 
ding aeeratacy oC tbe Natlawd 
Press AsaaUrtlna 

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Mrs. John "W. Rout, charming wite 
or Jolia W. Rout, Senior in Ue Col- 
legB ot Dentistry at U. S. C, won a 
dainty, soft elusive negligee of orange 
aad hla6 geoi-gette, sparingly trimmed 
wKIl h^ad wnbroidered baskets of del- 
iAt* flowers, from the exciuaivo shop 
of Madame Cox, in tlic Fashioo Show 
)ft«t w«ek at the FTiilbannonic Audl- 
toriWB. 

SHIPMENT «F MAT» LOST ^^ 


The tragedy in th e-^Aov of, the 
chit wome« who daUgentiy worked 
to preAnt It may 'be thoughtfully 
sMnmed up In the lost, misplaced or 
stoiett' shipment ot hats, ;wbich the 
president, Mrs. Batella Walker, an- 
BOOkced near the close of the pro- 
gram. The announcement seized all 
■(rtfli deep regret, as it was empha- 
■teed that it amotinted to one thou»- 
aBd (toliars. 

It wa* iearaed through this office at 
a later hour, however, that the hat.s 
were recovered, havinR been deliverett 
ta aft iuproiticr address. 


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FINAL 


The oUcera and' entire mcrabcr.ship 
of tl» Phys- Art- Ui- Mo- Club ap- 
pe«red Ip the final. They were: Mrs. 
BsteHs r. Walker, proisWenti *««j.^l- 
ice Patton, vice-presiilent; Mrs. Ada 
Lewtfi, recording secretary; Mrs. Ma- 
rl* Mf>;>initon. corresponding secrela- 

. , ry; .Mr.;. -Kf^iirrt-d Hill, Treasurer; 

• -J^t. . ^ apu . BIj • V. :i;:f, parliamentairian; 

?-!;■, ''■'fiii llii. Certrude JUicas, critic. 

•ntfe nrtMbers: Mr*. Edna Steward, 
Mrs. Pearl Roherts, Mrs; BesBie', Blu- 
ett; Mrs. Georgia Robinson; Dr. Tada 
ScMervllW;* Mrs. €eorgia McCul- 
lough; Mrs. EJstelle Sanvdbrs; Mrs. 
lsmW» Moore. , • 

The ^aoclate members: IWs. ^. A. 


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' FHMTN<v,|i;y Cj^on iftHuity« 


At 8:«l> >i ft. nii^«r fine goapat 
uriMwn wMT MmmnH from Heh. 
ttit. •VutOi W ti«t substsaae'.V - - 

A rety fbUt] htkiiOaK far laiaift : 
t<^Mk. Rev. Bite ind lii»>'di«ib' «j»rf ' 
with UB Monday ntgkL IliJa prmalaab 
to bfi *" ^^1iliiinfaii*iff wiw%i 

"Hie BMau' will close Mdtidar, ▲]»- 

rii 7. with « T<n«i itim^ ^nftflif- 

AprU ITth tlM UO^Sf SoUk^'^WlH 
give a connndrvra Supper. This proi^- 
iaas ta te^asMtkas •Rsea 
tor the young |)etfple.:i 
Zlos. 


Mr. and Mrs. John- 'ffot^soa of 
Phnadeipkia.'who have ,M|p-.dlBtii|- 
giiihsed visitors and hotdiA^etts of 
Miss Anjetta Breedlore -^^ the i^st 
fortnight. left Los Angeles. Wednes 
dky night by way of San Francisco, 
Denver. Salt Lake aty and Chicago 
tor their borne. 

Their stay in the City has been v6ry 
plteaaAt, and they hate vtaited moat 
of the ' stibu'rban cities arobnd Los 
Angeleis. Mrs. Woodsdu has been the 
h'loiored guefrt at maaV delightful af- 
fairs and i% very. wikJi iaylove with 
this city, and may make/ Pasadena' 
her winter home.' y 

Mr. James AV^edson', the million- 
aire bi-othcr of Mr. Woodson *as 
transferred to "his brother an estate 
in Pasadena valued at $12S,000 dol- 
lars, and other real estate holdings, 
among'them a ranch netir San Diego. 

T)ie Woodsons will make another 
business trip to Los Angelea in the 
early summer. - 


THE WONOBR ObQ 

Stroogheart in "The Love Master'', 
a photoplay presented by -Sol Lesser 
and released througj|i First National 
Pictures Corporation; foili^ed Imrae- 
diatety. Lillian Rich played the stel- 
lar role opposite Edn^ond 'Lowe. Tlie 
play, with alight alterations waa based 
on Jack London's "Ca(l of the Wind". 

This marked the '^finls" for the 
Kourtb (Annual Fashtdn Show of the 
Phys-Art-EitMo. 


MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH 

50th and Hooper Ave. i ■ 

Or. A. J. Stokes, D.O., L.L.O., l>astor 

I..ast Sunday was one (K thci big Sun- 
tiays at Mt. Zion. 

The pastor, .R«v. Stojcts, ' preached 
two strong .sermons. Eieerybody went 
away pleased with the scrvic^ at Mt. 
Xioa. • X ■ 

At the aXternbon services,^ Rdv. R. 
N*. Holt, pastor of the ^L Paul Bap: 
tist Church and his congregation wor 
hipped with us. We had a great time. 
Tlov. Holt preached a great sermon. 

Next Sunday morning. Rev. Stokos 
jrin pleach from tha subject: "Jordan, 


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;.Eid. -l|Ki|(i CaaiK''- Pastor 
Last Sunoilif.i sernlim was well at- 
tended all dliyjr Sat^r -School was 
goafl- BTo. I^UUi^^ l^t ofBciating. 
Sunday mornlt)g the Mstor preached 
a Tery forcefut svm^ from DanVVt 
3:47. "The kln^ ansuwred nnto Da» 
iel and said of a truth it is that your 
God is a God of godsfand a Lprd 9( 
ktnig and 'a rvvealet of 6e<;r(H!C see- 
ing ^Uipn conld'«t ««««al this secret". 
The 'evening service 'was well attend- 
ed. . Singing service- was gpod and' 
awakening. Sennon niched by Bt%b- 
gelisi Sfe^enR of Sat^ramdnto. Toin 
are cordially invited to att<?<f<] tbeso 
services. Sunday school 10:04 a, m. 
Morhing servicii; 11:30 a. ro. evening 
serrice 7:30 p. li. each evening e](cept 
Monday rind. ^turday. 

• Elder W. iM. CARSON, Pastor. 



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PHLLIPS CHJlii^EL C.M.E. CHURCH 


a i. ST/HiaiEt 

MMC. tHROAT ANI 
'r out EXRI 
, fl4M CeMTRA^XVI 
PiMttaa: Humfeoldf 9727; WaatUW; 

10 A. M. to • f, l)b»4llflht Cklla 






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t40fi Nawton ^.; . 

Rav. a W^ Vnderw^od. Paator, 
. The jMStoroCi^upied the pulpit Sonr 
day nuNrning an^ eyeqing and spoke 
to an overflowljng crowd from the 
sixth chutterof Athos a&4 the first, 
verse; "woe to them that are at easei 
in Zion". The message was var yin-l 
spiring and eathusiasttac to. Its many ■ 
hearers. Sunday is oomnunion day. '' 
A good crowd le expected to be pre»-| 
ent. Pl^Uips Chapel promises good 
serrlQes and splendid music. It is the i 
.<itrangers' home and visitors are wel- 
come. Come and 'onjcy these god gos- 
pel sermons. 


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METROPOLITAN BAPT. (jlHURCH 
S7Ui aiut Patoma Sta. i 

IM. C Cirtar, Paa^or 


The aarv(aes |>krere unuiSDaUy s<>od[ 
at Metropolitan Sunday' put. The pas- 
tor filled the pulpit at 11 ^. m. and 
preached with power from the subject 
"Christian Onwardness''. At .1 p. m. 
the 'Missionary. Thanksgiving Servioes 
were held, (and [jlev. jiYank 'James ot 
Calvary Bajiitist ^hurchi Santa Moni- 
ca brought to us a real m,is8ipnary 
thanksgiving sermon. His text was 
found Psalm 105-1. Those who failed 
to hear him missed something worth 
while. The pulpit was filled SttDday 
evening by Rev. Jordan, of OUvet 
Baptii^ Church, Chicago. 


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SLBS. |]aR<;£ WHITE BEAl^S 

5 LBS. SMALL Wt^TE B«AN5 







^h^e^S^hf Buik^ vk Qti|t««Mfce«# to PUaae you or 
^efuni4 Ibriiily fU»Ml#daM i^oi|if^ to^uit. Ask 
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A Snap, 4'^ acras on tha P, S. I^., 
gwd for M4[. or sub-diviaiah yddi 3 
larfe modern hotises. W«tec plut, 
facing 3 streets, no rcstrjctiiins. ;^- 
«»-8aa)r'tei%i«, ' " • /'^ ■ • ,•.; 

Tvc^ 4^^qW«k h«HUM8 «aa^» Itaalift^ 

' * " ' GiVKPtm Mf^ X aagp 
^^Ptttttor 'eaah,- ' tMiT- 
■6 restricUo n. 

fl^^»# S*r«Sa> ^roojfi houge, S £tte 
facing OB l^ptoiv Ve.;fl«|I*«« 
mtde with cement blocks— aJl tor tS- 
900.00. Terms, no restriction. A snap 
— Better hurry. ' ' 

, 2. k>t^ d* ft g,<fad street- ISMa 
eash. • ,. . 

4-room'hoiiW fSOO.ftO'and move |1». 
Price )1800.e0 Bailee like rent. 

|2u0.00 dowi^, (haiaapQ llk^ . rait 
bujrs i^^ or tare* hmq) new 
4lcely flnlrtjB4,^»lWi!b.W UP. 
fei- 9004 Sv^Ml >•> H»Mi^ %^i»^ S*« 


WMlTft):— "Mre «tn 1|» rMin and 


OOeara of «|M 

S«wi!W«S% •<*» 

ifi*m * ** 

»■« AaMptadMa 

aena for Ue Stati 

of CalifbTBia foi 

M. W. OrmBd Magte. J. H. HBaoai 

%,^'pitnA ■M#|f,llwtMi>''> » 

Bilaim, SmkmmiiMw 
K. W. OtBoS Jj^itar Waitaa. T. B 

iohaaoB. LoQiHWii 
«. w. OnmA ' Umu tm. B. S. How^ 

Laetarar. Sam**' 


lag to aawol|>^Bi|i* 9a jianhoo* amk . 
»w|MMed. ^)p taiUac bat kr «v- 
!■»< thMfK wa raapaet tha irlgta •( 
an ■iahfg haMrviar aMnva H'lho » 
Bntharhood o( viga and tfia failMr- ^_^ 

'"'Se' general objects ot the Cnlvar- 
sal Na^ Improvement Aaao. 4= Mg^ 
can Cominnintties tiaagne are:Tbea- 
tablish a nniversal oo^fratcralty 
among the race; to p romo t e tha spirit 
of pride and lore; to administer to and 
•satot tlie seedy; to aaelat ta cMU- 
ing the back wood tribes of Africa; to 
strengthen the nationalista a( lade- 
paadent SUte in AMca; to ealabUsh . 
comoUaaiopfiries or agencios ta «tha ' 
■rtnetaal^lhantries o( tha iv*U for 
tha paBtaattom of alt. Bladt Maal^ ir- 
(iBueaflva' of nationality; to «|t«l>- 
Bak^ aai Wf B MI es. etfegea aad aekool 
or th^acial edacation and culture of 
our yoaag men and women; to con- 
duit a worldwide eommercial and in- 
dustrial intercourse for the benefit of 
f^ raca; to work for betterment of 
Bia^ f^wpie. If these objects do not 
appaal to yon, then yan arc dead to 
ain aenae of race i^ida and race man- 
hood. 

Meet every jSunday afternoon at 3 
o'clock. 1034 gtaat Adam Street, Los 
Angeles Division No. 1&6. 


•^2vS3sy'w^£.^-s 


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QIIAI^O LOOSE ROSTfiR 

ISSUiW. AMWS^CTIOM OF 




MetnvoUGn llSSl Kea.: 


COUNSCLi 
OrbilBal and Ch(U 


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KMlOHT* or rVTMIAS E. A W. H. 

CAUnMMIIA IWiS-nM 
«. a. C— ^ Oo a na — 8a«a-a«aat», Cal 
8. Ba*L— H. W. Markham, Loa Aaga- 

laa. CU. 
a C.— W. P. Taylor, Sacraaiaatak (^ 
0^ V. a— A. A. LAgaa, Saeraneato, 

.Cat 
i. Pi~-i. 3. BttBCh. Paaadeaa. CaL 
a. IE- 3. S,— V. B. SaUay, Sacraaaaata. 

CaL 
C^ M. E^-J. M. Taylor. Em Aactfaa. 

CaL 
a. M. A.— K. Coiaaaa, raaaflia. 

CaL 
a. L <t.-^K|0»R Sacomeata, CaL 
,0, 0. 0.-^^. ViiwalU 8aciamaa(o. 

q^asji Tnatipaa: & t. Keaaj. Sacm 
nahto^ Q<i.: K. Harpec, PaaadMM. 
Oj.; L. J. Sa^th. Bacnmaafa Oal 


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THE LOi ANGELES COMMUNITY 
BRASS BAND ' 

Now sdlicits your patronage for 
Concerts and Parades. P. M. B. Pres. 
and Manager. 1454 E. 20th St. . U. 
4137-R. J, 

F. T. Brown. Sect. . i a .; 

H. sqsi-w. 1 -.ft.' 

J. A. Haanar, Director. ' 

1S51 B. Washington, H. 4T40-J. 

4-i-r4. 


WAW!rEt>t ObiWrdw to care for lii 
the home— Personal attention given to 
all chUtfren- S33 80. Aurora Avenue. 
Watto, Calif. 
aira. Ml. ^ F. 3-lg-r-3 

FOR SALE — Houaaa and lota in 
Seutheaat Section. Let me shew you. 
Mr. Owner, list your property with 
Clara 0. Hwlb^l tor auick results. 
Phone Humboldt 3061-W. 


[tE& FRONTS 

keandkeCreanU. 

^^akea pood ice cream from. 2^-"'^ 
' .to 50e cheaper than others, ae 
.^/(hrf pay more? Fruit icea a 
specialty. Ptione HiJm. 5410, af 
call at n 

2019 CENTRAL. AVENl^ > 

free, aanriptea • 


EXCHANGE AND 
RENTMiS 

^3 C^i|«r«f AycauM 
PiiMie:'Hiim. 3Qft7-J 

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IfAUT TO 


BARGAmS IM HOMES 
MMLfOAt. iAKRS fiK^WN OR 

J^I^^I«iim«HER 

' NHi«st''-litiB IQ9S 

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Ave. 


Or. Staraea .aeUs taUhta that hraak 
a cold in oaa day— 2403 ti^ntral Ave. 


FOR PENT: — Beatrtiful free room 
modern fumlahad ^aJMrtmantv^ (}chria- 
man apartm«irt) VB$ '%. 21aC {Hum. 
2W5SpW« \ 


PHONES: 
fliea: Hum. TVA^i Humi 207fi 

Raa.: 2M474 

tMlea Hoara: 2 to 4 ^. M. 

And by Awpointosaat 

R. S. WlutUker, 

MEMCAL DOCTOfI 



SgW flal Attoatiea Oivaa to S«ir> 

sanr BMl Chraaip Waaaasa 
Phlnlaaa Delivery qpna at tha 

Oaahar -HoBpitoi 

ISI7 C«at>al AvcBvc 

tpB AngBlwb Gal. 


IF MOT-WHY NOT? 

Bi4r property at W a,tto T hia th^i<^ 
Kealth^vifta apoKaa e»aia la 
( Iq m p» m hauBaa and daalrabla 

la Wfaigto «M}i you aac 

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Mary E. 

Rati eS to UK z ufs-Art-Llt-Mo 
nob. aofi thea aome. For tbe last 
tlR^e T««rs this ctab has akeva iriuit 
it caa dA «ltk Faahioa sbows. ^^ek 
year ia decidedly a grt*t Improve- 
otent over the last aod thia the t^ird 
year was a record kreaker. 

Sp lo odor. KTSBdens, beaattfal Kffwns 
on beavtlfkl women, showing tbe ova- 
tions froHi oar modiates and sbdflpa 
made it a great show. 

The PkiHMVBiOBic Aadltoriom was 
packed from pit to ceOiiic. Who wiu 
dare say that Voa Aaxele% d«e« not 
apKeciata thiags that are worthy. 


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MKrvOi^farVf^* 


Last Thursday afternoon the East- 
aide Mothers' dab held aa iaterest- 
iB^ and proStahle meetisK. Dr. A. T. 
Louis Bates, raw lood exiioneDt. 
talked on the buildinK of tk» body 
and the care of children. Itra. Allen 
Alleosworth was presaiit and fave a 
few reaarlu. 


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Miss Bailie Qainn ^RMa. ijvesideBt 
ot tte XatioBal Associathm of <!ol«Ked 
\Coiaen's Cluba, !a bacK in Otuo. alte# 
spendiBc four months in CafUornia 
OB her oSciat Tisit. -■ '^ 


La.1t Monday afternoon Mr. Wil- 
liam GleK. Captain of Detectrres. ex- 
plained about the oontentpiaited inb- 
station that Chief VoUmo' has asked 
the city to instalL He appealed tu the 
women to suppot the measure aa it 
was the best thing for all sectioBS a( 
the dty. Mrs. Anna McMillan, pupil 
of the AmiU McPherson Bible daas. 
gave the life of Paul. Maaic by Mrs 
Ethel Thomas and Mrs. J. C. Hoke. 


The Sojoorwer Clab. entMtaiaed ia 
boner of Messrs. Paya* and Brtfwn. 
last Sandaj aftaraoM at the Soidhr- 
ner Tnith Ho«e., Tke a*Ur wai ia 
the form of a rcceptid« aad man Aan 
one hoadred KMSts m««e4 their ,ac- 
qoaintanceft with Mr. Payne, who has 
been in Bvopa tor the #>riod of six 
years, siaee hia Hat appepnaee here. 

In the receiTiBB Use wtt 
ored Eueata were Mia* Berpt f e /ABJier- 
son. Mr. Payne's niece aad~'ltr. Eo- 
geae Edgar, well kaowa caaipoaer.' 


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KNI€HTS OF NIfiNT DEFEAT 
6RAS8H<frFCII8* V* ' ' 


In a aotoewihat ecUc battle, tbe 
Oaaaboppers in a thrllliac b aafca tft a l ! 
came, by the ata pca dooa aeore of 17- 
IC. The acOTe s ee aa w e d Ctat toward 
one team aad thea taward tie etkar^ 
but hj their iadowiubie ayirft aad 
Sght. tha Kdishts eaterged tfe»\«ic- 
tors. The Salisbary brothers. James 
aad Ems, of the wiaaera, were ' the 
bright lights of the gaaM. beiag re- 
sponsible, between them, for more 
than half of the score. LeTy aad Ea- 
son were te maiBftays e^ tlie looers. 
The sabstitntes of the KoiKhta were:; 
P. Johnson and J. Narcisse; those of 
the "Hoppers" were: R. JohaHW. 
Dade. 9ad Hiddleton. THe game was 
ofllciated by Ben Colby. The liawpa 
were as foilowa: 

KalcMa (17) Grasshoppers (IC) 

W. Nafciaae (c> F. K. Lery. (c) 
E SaUsbnrr F. N- Eaaoa 

J. SattibBry C. i. Harriaon 

R. Jackson a E. Oaalla 

E O'Xeil G. K. White 


HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE 
By Weaiey Cvrtia 


(Special to The California Eagle) 

All of tte Race farmers in this sec- 
tion iSan Jnagnln Valley) are re- 
Joictac oirer the dowapoar at rain re- 
eetred la this sectka laat week. 
There la ao ^inaatiOB hat what they 
hare beea immcBsely b^wUted. 

■SpeafciXK of farmaig reminds of 
the large aamber of Negro farmers 
who took a p ranches la this sectiOD 
aad who ^re held on te thia time. 
Bat from information at hand aMay of 
the ehildrea of these pieaeefa are 
leering the land that waa Mt to them 
by thefc- fathers. As oaaal they »*• •*- 
tnmiBg to the cities. ' 

Down ia Fresno, year uaiespoa- 
deat ran lato former tJeateaant A. 
P. Alberga. who is doiag hia ataE hi 
hehaU or the CooUdge crowd la this 
atate. I had the pleaaare ot viaitiag a 
namber ct the laterlor towas with 
him. Now the Uenteaaat la a good 
and shrewd polltlHan and has no^ lett 
any stoae unturaed in he^^of' thfc 
good of the people he repreaeala^ bat 
he has other qnalifieatioaa aloi^ aa 
witaeea: on eereral o cc a at ca a 1 w— 
iaTUed h» him to lancheea aad alpaer 
and for good measure ^. * "*'? ? 
Oa tbeae oecarioas. I SS^^^^tH 
be Tery modest ia my ordeia. htt the 
Ueatenaat in addttioa to eatiaf 
steak corered with aahrna. woold 

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o(«ar !lor a Bock of _. _, 

ToB cMBOt beat him «M a maaiaa tt 

that had. _ ^ _, 

■ Attoraey Isidore R Malr. oae of 

the trat aad tareaMot laea attofaeya 

•r Lroa Aaaalea. taila ae he li headi«c 

eC Race peafla la fv^ 

.. If aaletyal alKtfW •» «" 

'mt 

of the 
hare ^e«a tavlte* •• 
« part or thia ca M»» taa, I 
5X« what ha that K t%» 


dated tkaafy: "fit emi^ I mat toe\ 
MAamm. bat I Oriak ha jla loo en 

Bua te he rta aght ered-hH ha wfB ~be 
at the Repahtiem Nattoaal GimVef- 
ttoB te ClevKtaiid. kextj Jue. He ia 
the ideal man for pceaideat aad ft 
woald be a. Bne thine pLr' the satfaMi 
and it^ people if he eo'ild.he elected 
p re al dtB l. .11 makes me stek te htar 
maay people of my rafe critidsias 
the Soutor. but they hare b» real 
coBceptlOB of the past work of; the 
Senator and what be eekld really- do 
if he held the office at tMaideat, hell 
be slaughtered this tine laad tt ia too 
b»«r. .. - ; -j " ■ : 

Leola. wife of Joisepk Bond Balch. 
eormerly of Red Blaff. 8aa .ijoee. Saata 
Crux <we hope yon haan where jlhey 
are), bat ow of ISM Baa^ IStk StraeC. 
Lra Angeles, has presented him iJtith 
a ten po«ind baby girU sjamed Naaey 
Blanclte, March 22nd. I Joe's nmay 
northern California friends will b«' de- 
lighted to hear this. Up '. to last S&it- 
day. the writer was the only oae'jsf 
little N'ancy's many telatires by 
blood or marfiace. aside: trtaa her 
father and mother, who has beea per- 
mitted to h«id this Uttle boBdle of 
humanity. Sioce that tlae r 'hare 
been subjected to aU kinds of ahnse 
by Nhncy's East Sth. street auta 
aad uncles, the Wades and Parkers, to 
say nothing of the Brown KeUeya.. 

On my last trip to the South. 1 taut 
some conversation with Asaemblyaaa 
Frederick' Madison Roberts, seekiag 
to Ond eat if he wcald*aM>lte the race 
this fail for the assemUy again. Mr. 
Roberts was non-committal on that 
occasion, but it Is generally expected 
aad believed by many that when the 
beU . rings in Angust that Frederick 
win be found at the poot] the lack of 
endorsement b^ the so 'caF^d Good 
Government Leagae and alleged Pro- 
gressives to the contrary notwith- 
standing. 

Seems to ,me as tho the heavy 
weight scribe and boss politiean. J. B. 
Bass, has gene iato hiding, since his 
return from the Ctaeol^' Leagne meet- 
ing in Chicago last Fehmary. There is 
little doubt that th^ Johnson crowd 
have their, hatchet aat for him since 
he was a member^ aC the resirtnticm 
committee that fydbed the resolatlon 
indorsnig Cooli^f over oqr Hiram 
Why, Joe, we tboi yon h^d been away 
from Topeka. Kansas, and Helena 
long enoogh ta call yoorself a native 
son. Don't deapab- gentle reader, if 
yen are gentln. aad don't get rough if 
yon are rough aad weHl see the tiny 
(?) editor i«d Cad oat something 
aboat hie trip and give oar version of 
it next week. 

We 'went Ihm aboat eight of the 
forty pool raoms in and aroond Cea- 
tral arcnaaflaBt we^ oae al^araooa. 
We'd; like la aae aHM^Ma'rapori e( 
the occnplLtloa M all alAfneB ot these 
places juvt to see what it wonld look 
Hke and to know when they work. 
i Of coarse these Xxm Angelenos, 
Mack by complexion are throwing up 
"their sweaty night cape aad atter 
ing a deal of atiaktng bfeath^ and bo 
woBder it is aO hecanae Pidiee Detec- 
tive W. W. Gleaa' passed the civil ser- i 
vice examiaattoa with the rank of 
three for the position of captain of 
police. 

Los Angeles members of the Appo- 
mattox Club of San Francisco are ex- 
pected to attend the second annual 
dance and revne to be given by that 
Club in the Expooitioa Aoditorbun 
early in May. President J. U Early 
haviag appoiated a special cmamittee 
to haKe tlMi matter in charge. 

Hay tha Orst will see a geaerai ez- 
odaa of miaistera both of the A. If . E. 
aad the A. M. E. moa coanectiooa. 
The former go to LoolsviUe aad the 
latter to ladiaaopoUs for their geaerai 
coBfereaees. For the llrst time ia^]_7 
By years CaltforaU M* >•» Bis^of^^ 
candidatea amons the miaisters 
either chardi. 

Percy Bock, leader of the Black 
Amerieaa movement, says the meet 
lag of that_«*Baai»tioa waa-a soecessl 
in every way aad was a«l attended 
The movenjeat aaar boasts a mem 
bership of over two thooaaad. 

Old time Sa» rraaciacans wm be 
pleaaed to kaow that I saw RiteUe 
HitcheB "strattia- his stuE" akmg 
Ceatrai Aveaae. bat at S:«« P- ■»- »•«*• 
day- he beat it to the Cube-Pirate 
game. 


Rear Fired WOlmKn, Bi Ua 
leetBie. "Ben aad Nhir. 
a^feaa Leacae^ TaeadBy 
AprU 15th. at SiM PL m.. Pari^ Bali. 
1SS7 PaloBa Stireet. AdBtahMi traei 
CEO. H. WAUmiBlt. Sect. 


ARRdWAV 


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GOOD LOOKIBIG HAIR 

FOR EVERY MAN 

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AMtOWATBair Velvet 

AWraWAY a«r GireiRr s^mI 
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ARBoarAY gteooti^oiitri 

THE AmtOlWAr 

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Waik into any itf 
tntuM|B.«f our dtyi 
Qr«tt«rpl«ecs and bI 
toBMlB^irho' «re able to 
on tiiie payneats. 
c;iii^I« position? Do 
. id! adiced to answer fius 
VA#rlUat Estate? K 
; m«tNe;t{l^eirdr«ditis 


great bosfaiess insti- 

Oiqpaztment Stores 

ti>e namb«r of etu- 

all they desire 

places them in this 

know that they are 

I>»Yoi(<KmB 

. .er is in the affir- 

liCt us,l»elp you to 

Welhave houses and lots 


e9|at>Usiii yoor-<»«dit. 

fcHT si^e inall sectionB of 1i()|b Angeles, at reason- 
able pne«s and teni». 


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A few of our Bumy listed are as follow* 

5-Room Honce^ located on East Side, |3SM 
— $600 Caudi; Balance arranged. 
^ 6-Soom dooUo-house, West Side, $3-750 — 

- , $2500 Cash; Balance $30.00 per month. 
yZ 5-Room House, East Side. $3900— $1250 
,; Cash. - ' 

^'- ' 6-Room House, E. 23rd St., near Central i 

■*■ ^Ave., $6000— $1500 Cash. < 

4-RooBi house at Watts; 3 Lots 150x150, 
' ; $2S50— $800 Cash. , 

8-Rooni, two-story house, E. 28th St., near 
r <3rjffith»lot 50x150 to alley. $8500 — $2500 Ca:^. 


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LONG REACH NEWS 
'Beeand Raptiat Chwch 




Rew. A. Rrewer 

fhfa (earleaa aad inspirfcig miaiater 
gave aa iaspiratioaal aeraioa ia his 
hurt gaadara aieaaage. 

Orgaaiat OMe Barke fare a «aei^- 
aao solo dartas the meraiac •••^^J- 
Saperiateadeat of ttu t a— * 
Mrs. A. J. BrcwB. Is prepar* 
eeBtoat RtaraiT procram tof 
ereatas before Eaater. ^ 

Mr. Clark Shnawaa. wha waa ae* 
dniMr »liit to the arm */«»T?*» 
ago. is teparted ImpraTed in healO. 

Oraat Chapel la doing exerflent 


Jtttar a Kng aad 
Hiss Jeaephiae Raadoiph 
coBTBleseeBt. 

Mta. Raadoiph aad licr sister. 
Belaa Thomas, wjoyed an old 
laat ireefc. 
lacy * reporta^eo tha 


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a. hett9 aad won stahle daM aC dU- 


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If not. then HofJTy. fhr Hi«li Ctaaa 
City, Sahurhaa aad Beach Fr epa i' ty ; 
Acreage alae; Wane Pr a paj r t y a S pec 
iahy. Rcntaia, Laaee aad C ach a n g ea . 

STELLA- I KEGLER 

LI8CENEO REAL)! ESTATE BROKER 
NetanH PuMie. 
Maia 0«ee: 1ia» Ruhy St.; Phone, 
HUa*aKaS3!743i 
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IHifes Ibrest nPlroperly ami be Assmreil of I 

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Will Straishten Any Kind of Hair in [Ten lfinot«s. WOl i 
Mn /M Rot^Born or Turn the Hijir Red. tVy^ i. .J 

I v-^:);; -SEND $1.00 for a t^ial iAR^'-."' 

' '""^ And Striij*tin Your Owln Hair 

''if'-^',J9>t» 9tM Per Jai^Te Barhera er Atieats 9aM Dezea 
1 r:^ ' AOENTS WAMTEOl! 

LEWIS CREOLE HAIR STRAIGM'iENER & TOILET ; 

MANUFACTURING tOMPANT 
J. M. LEWISs Preaideiit 4 - - - $031 &S$ate Street , 

/aMBS THQITAS. Manhser .- - - ! 1549 R 2firt Street 
Xmm AMtolaa. ' Cafif . 


The eaminir power of any business Institution, is in a 
lar^ measure, dependent upon the efficiency of its man- | 
ageinent. Success does not merely happen — it has a 
cause, and its cause is almost invariably the business abil- | 
ity of the man directing the activities of the InstitutioB. 
Our success is based on experience, ability and integrity. 
The Citizens Home Investment Company's service, under | 
the management of S. B. W. May is safe and dependable, j 

PROPERTY MANAGEIfflfr— We are managing iD-| 
[come properties for over 50 clients — both resident and I 
I non-resident. Why not yours? A few of our special 
I properties are as follows: 

64oom house — 4 4-room.Duplex on HoopA" Ave., nesr 
j4(Hh St., Hardwood floors. Income property $3500 will 
Ihandle this wonderful piece ef property. 

2 Vacant Lots on Ascot — $2500 Cash or $2900 ea 
Iterms. .; x^. - * ' 

5-n)om hoose on E. 32nd St.; 2 hardwood floors near 
>ntral Ave., $750 down -payment. . -, . 

HUMBOLD 7e01 


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rtni DUtiict: SUte Senator Frv-d 
a Bu4r. UUAh; ,01ea C. Mnraock, 
Staim Rom, banker. 

Second District — Q. If 
Sonora, banker, — ~" 
bunt, BcrchMit. , 

Third Dtatrict: J. tv. Sr^iUer, for> 
mer preatdaat CkUt. Bar Asao, Sacra- 
mento; W. M. Vealk, tfartines, UaAsr- 
■harur. 

ttartli Dtamct: Marshall Hale. San 
ITpaaoiaco, merchant, Mrs. D. E, F.' 
BMton. aiia f^daca, dub woman. 

ntth District: T. P. MInehan, San 
Francisco, cattle buyer; A. W. Joha- 
•on. San Franciaco, mining man. 

Sixth District: George C. Pardee, 
lonner Oorernor of California, Oak- 
land; Charles Dnnscoitibe, Berkeley, 
•ditor. 

Seventh District: W. W. Glddfnxs, 
Modeato, banker; Harry B. McClure, 
Visala, orchardiat. y 

Eighth District: Henry M. Ayer, 
Santa Clara. P. Cal. Asso. of Super- 
YtsoTB; F. F. Peabody, Santa Barbara, 
ManCacturer. 

NtetS District: A. L. Rowland. Pas- 
adena, attorney; W. E. Evans, Glen- 
dale, attorney. 

Tenth District: Mrs. Helen Mathcw 
eon Ladrghltn. Los Angeles; William 
May Garland. Los Angeles. 

Eleventh District: \V. B. Clancy. 
Riverside, orchardist; John D. Sprock- 
i.'«, San Diego. 


DEEGATES AT LARGE 


trniiam H. Crocker, Republican na- 
ttonal Committeeman from California, 
BurHngame. 

Charles C. Teagle, president Cali- 
fornia walnut Growers Association, 
. Ante PaaU. 

Mrs. Florence Collins Porter, first 
IWTNnan to be elected as a member of 
the libpobttqan Committee, Los An- 
SMflft. 

RrtMt C. Jordan. Callfomlil Sccre- 
.'iM^ «f State. Auburn. 

- C. C. Chaphian. oranre grower and 

^fi^cnltwalliit. Fullerton. 

■^ UW1s"lf. Smith, attorney: Frftsno. 

Mr«. A<Uie Garwood Kates. Pre* 
dent Camernta W.C.T.U.. Berkeley. 


the 
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^ iJl9 aatt^M^Wi^tfe 
AaJprftiM wm A 
siiti«6e«dg« MiS- 

Ttate is BoUOng ilke' being • ftdfld 
h»«r".->riie S«n Pninctoco BtilMik. 


Vbntlpn— 10 


Cdolidge Sapporters 


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chid«:j 
w. Hi. 

Chartes 
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QnaUs. 
Oliver. 


Gwendolyn Gordon. 
E. Burton Ceniti, 


' iHin tMn n wtaien have tfhMdy 
M^ ««Med m Cdblidge delegitoa or 
«ltaraat«» to thv national Rep«t>lt«ai> 
convention, according to Mrs. FlfM^nOs 
Collins Porter, director of tlto Vb- 
men's division of Soothern iCaliliMtita 
Colldge Clubs, Mrs. Porter wM O^ 
Brat woman to serve in a nAtiodil Re- 
publican conTeation. »\ 

The juuaes^ of tour' CaU^omiB irb- 
roM MU i^»ear on the Majy <nk lial- 
Ipt.. These, wqinen are Mra. D. B. t. 
Baston of -Sail Krandftto ; Mrs. Heleh 
ttiatlNi^Ma USastian,. women's dert 
of the University of CaUtornia, thv/lt- 
em brnkiii; Mra. PMtar and Uh. Ad- 
die aarWtSMT B«t«B. pi^dlsiR Californ- 
ia W. C. t. U.^Bwkeley. .i 

Six women wer« named at the COM- 
Id&e obhvention in -San Friinclsco aat 
ati^hiate delegates tor te_Jpireaid^t,: 
Thl^ir are Mrs. Sig|*ond Bteyp^ 8«» 
Frnneiaco ' :B«n ticCord Robert*. 
I<iRiK Beach; Mn. R. F. Garner, Sai^ 
^rattctfeo; Mra. Laura Ta/)<>r Ketl^^ 
Los Angeles;- Mrs. Frank Short. Fr^« 
no aad Mift; Id«- jowel VavrnMrt. VVH-; 
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IMPORTANT DATS 


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;^WMi% BMiHuM M AMHe^ i IMf ilfbkig th«mBelv«8 for Spring.— & Trains Daily 

f from MAia St SUtj<m» Lds Ategcles 

FroBi 


S6th St.. 1*8 Ani5elei(: Mrs. IMen 
James 8trawn. 1295 W. .%th PI., Los 
Angeles: Mrs. A. P. DnrolKseau. 1S02 
»'. asih PI.. Los Angeles; Mr. Clifton 
Clojd, 1295 \V. 35th PI.. 1*8 Angeles: 
Miss Christian Clifton qpyd, 1295 \V. 
.ir>th PI.. Los Angeles; IVfe Robert \Y. 
.Mccarty, 133S W. 35th ?!.. l,os An 
geleS; Mr. Paul J. McCarty, 1338 W. 
35th PI.. Los Angelas; mi'a. nubfe 
Paul McCarty. W. 35th PI., Los An- 
gelas: .Mr. Leon P. McCarty, 1338 \V. 
35lh PI., Iv)» Angeles; Mr. Bcnnle 


Gordon. W. M. Austin. E. C.lMatfdoi. 1437 W. 36th Si.. Los Ange- 


l^etMln, B. T. Spikes, John C. Spikes 
Aani M. Spikes. Myrtle Mae Williams. 
, R^beK h. WnHikms, J. H. Jonas, Marie 
H. Jona*< James M. Croin, Mrs. Myrtle 
Crqin, William Roberjon. Joseph W. 
McKlnney^ Mrs. B. E. Prentice, Albert 
K. Duncan. Foster F. Sidney. N. L. 
Logglns. M. C. Cooley, W. M. Patter- 
son, Lauretta BuOcr, Frank C. Twin- 
er. Mr*. JaHa Turner, Albert Ban- 
mann. Mm. Rosetta Bauman. Jnbn L. 
Vrome,.' Mrs. Belle Frame. P.. H. 
Hl«*s, G. ft. Arnold, 0. W. Wilson. J. 
W. Grtfltt. r. T. McKfm. L. H. Rhine- 


les; Mrs. Iva Bennic Maddox, 
W. 36U' St.. Los Angeles. 


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OArin Cooiidge HI the 
Eyes of the States Pms 


"President CoolJdge'a viewpoint was 

K...rf> ia^T,,,^ m,i„ ij.nT. noM-ot i (i^clared by men in liigh place to bo ft) 
hardt. Monroe ETgIn, I,eon R««;-;f. the nature of "Thn quintessence of 


MtA H. Hicks. H. M. Moore, W. T. 

\ BnMMey, L. J. Raggett, Harry Hogas. 

' ■dgar A, Williams. Clarence E. Drew, 

UT Artfcur White, William. J. Sutton. 

*'f.!0* CWrway. Hugo Wahter, Isaac 


;JoMph Freeman, L. Pearson, L. 
{^Mdib. Bdward R. Reynolds, t. 


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ChaMle. Jess H. Graham, Ellis Ray, 

B. 
R. Reynolds, t. W. 
Kedall, , John C. Neal. Eugene Serral, 
fitalk ROiw, J. P. White, W. W. 
Bolfnes, W. E. Thistle, H. S. Moore. 
K B. Snller, Itichard H. Wikde; Sjuh- 
nel H. Pool, Mrs. S. E. Pool. S. S. 
Tnmer. W. T. Cleghorn. J. H. Shaek- 
'Mford, Tom C. Carey, Madeline A. 
Carey. RWbart White, ft-ed tSdward 
Ory. Elisabeth Cry, F. C. Stancci; E. 
R. Chase, A. King. H. II. Towles, Jas. 
P. Bratton, Mrs. M. L. Brat^on, Rob-, 
ort C. Davis, A. R. Dennis, J, Black- 
weU. P. LaMart. U. R. Smith, Edna V. 
Elgin, Mrs. Lucille King, IC:^. Anna 

John Ater, 615 Wc8(piiniater Ave.. 
Venice, Calif.; Mrs. W. B. Darby, B3B 
Westmlalater Ave.. Venice, Tallf.; W. 
B. Darby. 63S Westminister Ave.. Ven- 
i^ice, CalW.; Garfield <terter. 171)7 5th 
St.. S^nta Monica. Calif.: 4ndrew 
Jones, <!13% Westminister Ave.. Ven- 
Ica. Calif.; Anita WnkfnB, «07>/^ West- 
rdribter Ave.. VeHiee. Calif.; Jendie 
'Hmrr. •♦S WestxBinlster Arfe., Ven- 
ice, Calif.; Al^honse Henry, SOS West- 
minister Ave., Venice, Calif. 

Jwmea WXgKins. 633 Westminister 
Jtyt^ TeoiiM, CaUf.; Houston H. 
Rliodee, 540 Wei tmlnlster Ave., Ven- 
ke, -Cal.; ft. fi. 9be«eW. '569 West- 
mlnlater Ave.. Venice. Calif.: . Mrs. 
MartlB HbeBeld, 5&9 WeatnrtolBler 
Ave., Venice, Calif.; Nick blgliiomb, 
•44 Braoka Av«., Venice, Cal.; Mrs. 
VeoM Cualiifham, MS Wentmbit*- 

VMM, UO WMt Teslct: An- 

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ThR quintessence 
common sofiso appHcd to a practical 
problem"^:-SB« Luis Ol^spo Tribune. 


"Calvin Coolidge fs a candidate for 
the Rep^blicaf Residential Homlna- 
tfon this year; ie Is ^so PreSsldeiJt of 
the United States: It seajBis th&t cer- 
-tain pitifully 8m?.ll partisans in Wash- 
ington femcrber oiily the former fact, 
and forget the latter one".— -San Diego 


" shall support Coolidge tor. ftesi- 
dent awl:do whitever I Vhn to ndmln' 
Bte'and elect him. I «ra and have been 
a progrt.HS'iyK: I sliall now be ftbarged 
8 stun (I pa I lor: I am a Republican:" — 
fcd. Kallbrork RnterprlE-?. 
•"Yet, withal. ("aJyin (."colldge has 
the condd'^nre of the country. He has 
plainly indicated that if industry can 
nerve a nation lie will not spare him- 
self. He has been courageons, he has 
been quiet. Ajytnrenlly A'e ^Im^ are 
tMrt-tlculai-Iy Hifa tor a chTef eiTeciitlv^ 

who Is shreWd, close-llpped and ada- 
mant of ccavlctlon".-^Alameda Thneg- 
Star. , • 



I Mr. Juaav jRrnwif iSti "W. 


"Let the casos be tried, on their 
merit. Let politicians be relegated to 
the background. So soon as the month 
shall have passed therefore, the clean- 
ly conrigebiis ilui^ses of President 
Coolidge win be In process of demon- 
stration".— Los Angeles Express;. 


paign ballyhoo." — San IMngo TrliMlhe. 

"That President Coolidge has the 
co-irage of his convictions was evidMJt 
long before he entered the White 
Honse. B«t he IS giving aniplfr-proof 
of it as chief magistrate of the Na- 
tion",— I..ong Beach Press. 

"In all this Teapot Dome slilsh ind 
."w-andal, which is taking a hfedvy toll 
of political future's, of both guilty 'and 
innocent, in all probabllty,, thw* lit 
one , figure which stands out promin- 
ently, at which no finger inay point 
accuaiagly. and that Is the figure of 
Calvin Coolidge. 

"He favors the Roosevelt idea of a 
'square deal for. every man'. He, also 
believes that a man has a. right to a 
hearing before he Is cottdemnQd. 

"Ho Is a 8af!> man to ■follffw".— Rip- 
on Record. 


"President Coolidge Is a det^nliiaeii 
man. and when he grits bis teeth and 
set»r.tft to do a thing, he acA>minigbeti 
it. The long story of achievement and 
faithful servko By v^hich ' ho his 
pushed his way upward from boyhood 
on a Vemont farm, proves that citorly 
eAougta. He r»uld never have got any- 
where near his pesent position unless 
there had been to every htate of his 
career a spirit of loyal service to the 
peb^Te, and a determ nation to be birie 
to the highest standards of honesty." 
— Uytermore: Jbornal. 


"President Coolidge hears tBo call 
and tries to serve the people's need." 
— San Francisco jourMl. 


"It took ft^iaan 0* deep ,c<inTlct{oiv 
to oxiirpas hho,B<>lf as Calvin Codlfdfre 
on the bonus bill. He may lose ^any 
votes by it, but aevertheleHs he would 
'!» trffe to his convictions" i^-- *- 
dreas Prospect. 


-San An- 


'rTha Xact 'that the President leaves 
ini««ttgatiofi >I the adminlatration, la 
the baiida o{ men not Irtefidiy^ mm 
juMaka totRBan aa to his coafidoicft 
«&i^4ie ci^rMff to liaire It finrMlcnt- 
9^,—tiaii IhrtocdMo lovnuU. 


to W C^iMI^ 

8h<l alii'www 


^rdM 


"The President is Impressnig him- 
self mofe and more upon the rank 
and file bf his party. Us confidence is 
with him. The tide turns toward hidi 
roslatlossly." — San Franciaco Journal. 


"California- Is to be con'gfatulat.Td 
wrd tA nation is to b? congratulated 
on mCiappolotroettt of Chief Jdstlce- 
-WUbijf'ot the State Supreme CiOurt to 
the jlTHltlon of Secretary of the Na- 
Vy."— teds Aflgrcles Times. 


"C<)oIidge cmbodi^ most of ihe 
traits that WO have enumea-ated as 
maklhg a man- cbjsiAbntnbi attiddg his 
lellows. 

"Ho hes^so far met every slt&jitidn 
with firm niWa . and wlt1i diSnify and 
iWtl? the eVJdent determination not to 
)te swerteS from the course he ha^ set 
down fott himself thi^o'iighotit his ot- 
llctal caroflr. To hoe stnilgbt- to>tbe 
line reinBlliSss of Ihe cfhtps 'd? lilAin 
whom they blight HanRen .to^^U. It 
takes ;a real; man to da ,t%^ .aBjd S^it 
to make nnforglylng e^^mKs'in t&e 
doing."-rSan Francisco ' doinme^clal 


ftiee R^tiubticMM tji Mili^tey hav« 
nmnised tvne of te hu^Mt' Coblldge 
for President dnbs in tM iHiite. ae- 
cbrdUfc-to fnfl>r(MUtoi:'iKlc«l»«a from 
eampdi^ hei^^rteilfifii Mm Fran- 
cttco. O. Bl ISnrfltM- tirat%<ieted preai-' 
dent of the ))o^ nt_w.'ftmt tii«eUnk 
recefttiy. Mrs. Ida Rffi was itamed 
first Tice-j^lSet, W. ftiil, Mcreutry: 
and W. B. ^liiiiks, tr^Rnr)>r.. 

Severtil ceqiinitlees wtri^ iilritl btve 
charge of t^e body's caAjpaStpi aciiv- 
itles irc-e seTected iny. aiTMftcim^nts 
hnde for a .aeriiel of naMti^a to b--; 
held at regular interval! rprior to the 
May 6th primary. . 

OneHhlrd of the l^SILWO voters id 
California have registered (n .Los An- 
geles county, according t6 an esti- 
mate by Registrar of Voter8,.QBvld B. 
Lyons. T^ total reflstratio^ In the 
pounty "win* ^''1>%tweeii ISSteoO . atod 
4llo JMHlSniiAi. cbKVfMtftly (decked, ac- 
cdrdtirg W tSts ^stlmste. This It sn In- 
crems aUKVciiafttelr ISSfiW mer the 
total r<^Mtittttan prtdi- tKf ^. presl- 
preSidential < primary I9 1920. 

Latest Dgdrb* cbmpllcM Rlfo#-«41iat 
44t,8U persons bad registered up to 
that date. Of this number 279.374 Kre 
claasified as Republican and 97,297 
D em dCjU H^ . I^ese flgtire* in 1930 
wore MO.STB. -' 


«o» 

detotstadi 
It CooUdire a> 
T pttbUsHMv' 
lU primarr, 'W 
iwbllcan fedn- 
Aelegatea. 
. i Republican 
«e|N^%»B «etegatt*. 
iiai.^ ^ 1— llaU *«aple fcw- 
milMa to be aeiit oM to abdetit 
viKMd ,: 

Atffli 38— ArtDNw IWpiMidHi 
ttmtion. 9 ftVpiiUiciifl ddWiiiM 
[AWtt 29^Hi^imtrt UtiKiKMaiM ebn- 
tWOta l-p*ee8 LntSHIb e,ea fs 

TgS^?*- KnaMdmsettA «iid dWo 
'fjM*^' ** **^ '* Rfewbilfean dfele- 

lAliHl 8«— PMSaiaWit CboMdge to^ 
Wdk it d«d!e*ti6ii of American Aca- 
dlmy of Sisieiiee. iQeorgia Republican 
ctlnvAitlM. PhilHpa Taction. 

,M^ &--MaryUnd priBwry. W Re- 
MtittCdn delkiriteSL 

May •— Callfomla Prhadfy. 29 Re- 
qdbUc^n delegates. 

L>d*« ail— Natlondl Reptablfcan Con^ 
Tf6ti«^ at Cleveland. OMe. 

illi^WMfnt By rrtHk P, MWrriam O* 
4dtt(hern Ciltforiiia Cfdlldfle bam- 
MiiR Commitiae on The Coolidge 
y^oM«s in rttchigan, IIHnoia and 
Neb)«aiM. 

The tremendous victories of Pr^*- 
idtot Coolidge in Michigan. Illinois 
ahp Nfebrtika are mo«t gratifying to 
th^ Preeld^ts supporters in Califor- 
nia and undoubtedly will encourage 
redoubled affort in his behalf in this 
^tate. 

The President has already received 
inddr*4rilent frota a suWclent nnm- 
b«-+ of Widely separated SUtes to In- 
diqate the bverwhelmning apprd\-alj '1 
accorded his canidacy by the nation. 
It now behooves the Itepiiblicahs 
of California to aho* the same degree 
of ; Republican loyalty and solidarity 
as shown by the Republicans of Michl- 
gaji, Illinois, Nebraska add more than 
a acdre of othe • Stat^.^i whbse prim- 
aries and , party conventions have 
gi\'ten Mr. Coolidge their undivided 
ktSipbrt. 

iplative to. appar^btly authnritk- 
llve reports tat the opposition is pre- 
pared to conijede defeat and to re-- 
tiri f)ora the citntest. 1 fcan only ex-- 
|lr«>s a convtcttbb that thiA afctfon.|< 
sh<Mld It onctir, roust not result In at 
reduttlon of tke vote of cDn1ldiinc<> 
whkh Californta itopublicans should 
iHrb . this Presldieiit and his admlnls- 
'iraltfen. 


$&!• Pratt Ttmmtlk-'''- '- .4. '^t''''''r' 
fixeiliMt Meals arid AecM^bdaifonB at' 




: YE AUtNE TAVHH4-<4(e«seaable Ram 

01^ wranw^ TUP 

: A Day's Tour of tbe Oransrc KinircHnn 


■ ' .1 i . ; 


lW iMIiea of Travel, visiting faibOiw Misaien Inn at Riveraidc, Sihitc^ 

HeltMa at Redlands and Othel- PoiMa of Irttbrctt. 

GUIDE-LCCTUKCftt. 

^^00«t. itii from Main St. •Uttion FARE $4.tN> 

Illustrated Folders at Ticket CMiees npd InformatioB 

Bureaus 
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COIiNtR-JOnNSON 4 COMPANY f 

UMDERTAKBtt ANC FUf^tllAL OAEexORS | 

tVlKiM Court«o<u f rMtnMnl kM -Potito Senrim PImmm | 
tkoM Thet'J^ti^Nk 






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SixtlSei^ suites wiU selQot nearly 400 
m^bHtii^ delegates a^ M^^'lMta- 
arles and state convenitoaa d^ng 
the remaining weeks of the cdfiBnt 
month. Apr6:^mateiy one-thirf Of this 
ndnWer added to the riU«flM<f al- 
ready pledged ta President nlrln 
CoOttage will insdre victory for the 
Chief Hix>iAf%.itiatA^^ Sliathlim 
CbliforhU campaff^ om%I&lit. 

Kansas, >|orth Carolna, Ml^sori. 
Gorgtaraad Tenneaaee haT« » pirt r/ 
tMtr delegfttes *nd ii^R Wofilete 
their delegations during the dUiiUL 
These states will name 41 dalc^tes- 
All af the dblbgatbs lirivioattir UMen 
dfe pledgvd to CaMn C^UfVs lihd It 
is expected the 61 to be naihed *lll 
also 1^ pledged to Pre^dMtt Cdol- 
idffo 

The tolliwing is a Ihil oi Ue iWes | SXy" 
holding primaries, the dates of/Qioae ^ '' 

cab dM«kMea te,b«lil^^^' 

Pennsylvania. April 22. 7* ; n*Ui-« 
%M8«teft. Jc^rU 29. 3ft: Ohio, ^pril 
29, 51.' 

Tbe following is a list et flemllHettr 
jitiee jD^ntoftUonv, (lie diilai JnA'^hud- 
ber of delegates to be selMlEed: 

fToBda, April 17. ID; I*lWI*re, Ap- 
rU 21, 9: OkfaUioffla, April 23. 23 atad 
Arizona: April 28, 9. 

wt^ii^oif named 17 Republican 
delegates for President Coolidge 'l4at_ 
WdlMay. ^^ 


VTrfW tlm AngtMt Vrlnrtries are a 
hMi; Ways a&eid, ddn't jftate any com- 
hniflifti^s fdr judg* ♦tth Maxwell 
Burke left off. Do you know who 
"Sftritilt'Wl BUrke Is^-all J^ders should 
ka€Rir hiM, a mttn whp fitts dshtodstral- 
ed. tn ihe ntmdst tiMt he sunds fdr 
•^\ lostice to all viankiod. A mas 
>u nia»6 ft record wUch few 
%itb ftade in tire Mstrict Attor- 
nejrfi . Ottee. A ihaa w$e stood off a 
hoWQng'mbb at the risk of ils life to 
defind ft d«feuele»s black man. A 
maa who stood by bis convictions of 
Inaflpe fnd U\r play and iustified him- 
tetr^^rie 'ttb peopTs of Los Atagel^s 
M ihefr 4atistaotten. Snch a man Is 
ftir«r«Il Burke, ihd he SSdtlld T^'«ive 
tbatvbefc heirted supliftrt of the peio- 
f^bjlt (^°e Aiilruat prtmarie^ fdr a 
pHWh on Cte SnpeHor beach of this 


EQUIPPED WITH dm dWN ^EAKSE AND SEVW 
?AiraSflGlft CAR, Wis Ate PItBPAlt&^ TO BO SB&- 
?1^ t^Af WILL SAtlSiir. 

#• invits the t^vblic to «Mt nid inapeet o«r Parion 
iM edmpiiMe ^6w Roonn. . ■ 

LmAy Attodaftl far WomeBi and CbiUna __ 

OUR IBICES ARC RIGHT 


Let OS mdR.'ft vBaaldMiUS and Vive 
Coolidge the nbitd dielegitloh from Cal- 
koAiHt fwtt wlt& ll^ttka. MidU- 

aSd hSa; 



BOiS. 


e C^ttlKe inn1> V^ i f$naihg 
, it (Ke tMJfadiildlilah Bunding 
iiataay i^tald^. 


,_ , District Amortey Joss 
f»ij#v ^ ns a strdilg cdtttdnder for 
the ISnpdildr Court. 


... - - :*«« 

lAiodB t|iaiid Rei^alSiinn a:d«ielt3d 
fifteen d^egktea «m Monday in thieir 
WtX» ^mm. iSfcfiHitHk'* prttkiry 
aeteftiUbrnWi same date and 33-Mle^ 
-galas irQre .elected to the natJMMt. 
toifH^Ini .1lri$trf<tfiika and UM&oIk e- 

in^nifiS!^ " *^""**"' "^^^^^ 
^-^^'^Irttedi StWtal oonyeltlon 
.Ye U09 delM*M* la,*flMi- 
«neej«b JtaM 10th-|a,X3»K«l»ail.-f ttl 

%(^t«wifrB nw to vodift! 

<fM»IM ««iA|Me ^ 

liawa " 

to mA ^ 

thatvtlOs 
CJHJIiyftft 
portani^ t» «npt«Mr 
tn-k' 


t.hat» C. Luke shi$* VbUl this year 
M WM-t^ i«lr th« AMMmtly and that 
will be -^Do t»b Biddhig of 



KSi' tJhi^ l^mariei of May 

dM'i>rfte8 tn tbe way t>( an- 

iti wHl M mWde for the 

«rtl|tf<tt n th« vnters. 




M. B. WRIGHT 

STOP AND THINK 


-THEN SEE- 


Who iua lots, acres and homes complete. Lots as law 
as $100. Homes complete, $500 and up. Money to loan. 
' Houses for rent or lease. Car to meet you at the station, 
i Call op South 3676-R 3. 

301 THAXTER ST. ABILA or WATTS, CAL. 


W i •^^ asu«^»mK.n J A. j^au-fi or VV^I 1,3, \,*%k„ ▼ 



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PORO BEAUTY SHOP 


» SSSLSf^" ^"^ "25 E. 20TH ST.-teADY TO 
SERVE THE PUBUC WITH GREATER CONVENIENCE 

MRS. MABEL TURKER 
; 142S EAST 20TH ST. PHONE: HUMBOLDT 7014 

Miu ElU Groct* 'Afra. ftfiuie T. Saadon 

• -" s 


PORO 

Sec What PORO Has 
Done for Me 


LXt n TSEAT TOtm SCALP AND 
iT WILL DO THB SASTB FOB TOU. 
POHO WILX> DO THE WORK If 
1O0B SCAJbPS ITCHES OR TOtTB 
HATK IS rALXJNO OUT. 

FABER 0178 
taai. MATwm tAoaas 

lllB-lllT KA8T irrH tTT. 

LOS ANOCLBB CALI^. 



Jhrs. Famie 

BEAUTY PARLOR 
.»• SCALP »>ECLUJST •: 
Wert 2947 


Williains' Wonderful Excelstor 
Hair Grower ^aranteed to 
Grow the HAIR one-half inch 
a month. I cannot urge yon 
too flUxHif ly to try my treat- 
ment. No matter how short 
and stnbbom yomr hair i^, EX- 
CELSIOR wm grow it— GIVE 
IT A TRIAL. 

1M7 MEW HAMP»iHtE 



Campbell Banks, Sr., President of the 
Lob Anseks Bnincb of tbe N.A-A.C.P. 
and Mr. Jamei McGregor, IT. S. C. 
studeat win jadge tbe contest: Selec- 
tive loca] tal«at will appear in con- 
junction with other preparations of 
unique distinction. The pnblic is in- 
vited ta attend. S: 15 p. m. 


BIRCH ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
Corner T4th an^ BIreh Streets 
Rev. A. W. J^obs, Pastor 

All Ireioiced io see the number in 
attendance at the San^ay school, 
which was greatly Increased. At the 
close of ttw leston study period. Bra. 
W. J. Thompson, superintendent, fare 
a very helpful lecture to the school. 
The usual preaching hour 11 a. m. re- 
veale* more knowledge on the Shad- 
dow3 and Types of New Testament 
characters represented in the Old 
Testament. The ;iife of Gideon was the 
subject. 

The section leaders are very enthu- 
.siastic in the rabe of section building. 
Section PTo. 1. leader Mrs. J. M. Ja- 
ccbe; gained 2.5: per cent; No. 2. R. 
Tumage, lost lOi per cent; No. 3. Mrs. 
Stfthfrtand lost 100 per cent; No. 4. 
Mr. S.Gooch, lost 75 per cent; No. 5, 
Mrs. Holmes, lost 90 per cent; Nos. 6 
and 7 have lust entered the race, lead- 
ers, Mrs. Sterliii Leo and Mr. F. B. 
Miller. The threatening weather was 
no doubt the canise of the great loss of 
the.se sections last Sunday. We trust 
however that a -strong pull will be 
made next week ;30 as to show a great- 
er gain than ever before. Everybody 
welcome.' Good music. 


WANTED 

A few hours work evenings after 
fiv e by a first <;lass chauffeur, eleva- 
tor operator, janitor and all around 
man. Will pay good price for informa- 
tion... Phone Drexel 3742. 


AFBE leDOWELi 


i:,AWYER " 

SUITE 12-COSaiOPOLrrAN BUILOING 
843 CcBlrml ATe.—TeL: 82S.288 


NOTARY! 




Verses for songs and poem* written 
with spirit af\d theme. Music dictated 
or composed for piano. Phone Hum- 
bolt 5991-W. W. H. Carnett, 1S20 New- 
toM St -i- • a*r-«^ 


MAYFESN 6B0WBB 50e lfATl|EatNSTRAI6BTQ(60e 
We do Smnqraoinc, manieiirfDii^ dyjeing, numafiwtaimCt 
and give Violet Bay Treatmonta. j 

(M ail Orden (iren pronbt attiBBtlon) 

MmdeKMr 
' "" MABEL STQfVALLraPlVEY 

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lApRGROM 

Will Pronjote {a Full Growth ot 
Hair, 'Will aiao. Restore the 

...JSteengtjk, Vitality and the 
Beautyjof the Hair. If your 
Hair is Dry and Wiiy Try— 



Qrowor 


Price 


If yon aire bothered with Fall- 
ing Haivlpandruff, Itching Scalp 
or smy Hair Tiinxble, we want you to 
try a jar of Eaat la£a Hair Grower. 
The remedy cojntains medical proper- 
ties that go to !the roots of the Hair, 
stimulates the \ skin, helping nature 
do its work. Leaves the hair soft and silky. Per- 
fumed with a balm of 1,D00 flowers The best 
known .remedy for Heair and Beantifnl Black 
Eye-Brows, also restores Gray Hair to its Natur- 
al Color. Can be ''josed I with Hot Iron for 
l^trJ^^tening. 

bjr.Mafl, SOe; lOe Extra for Postage 


AGKNTS- OUTUT 
i Hkir Grower, 1 Tem- 
ple Oil. 1 Skampoo, 1 
rr e salu s Oib 1 Rks 
Cream aad Direction 
for SelHas. 92:00. 
26c ^xtm^totrVrmtat* 


S. 


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LYONS 


il6 |N. Central 
Oiclahoma City , 


Okla. 


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— Of— 

HAIR GROWING 

PcMidvely 

GIVES RESULTS 



MICE or PREPARATIONS 


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f%. Creole Hair Gowcr. 

U Creole PrcniBg OH 

faiCrpole Hair T«Bic_J_: 

!*• Creole Dw^AvB Core. 

I's Creole Face McmJi. 

ft Creole Faee Craem. .... 

ft Creole Brown Skin Pewder.. 
Mail Ordcr>>raBvtiy attended to. MKe Ezliwfar MiV ^ 
Orders.; -'"•>" '^i 

Climax Heir Dreadng for me. 


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Tongs AWays in Stock. Costumes far Hire. 
. Write lor oar Latest Catalogue of Hair 
on reqneft. 

MAiDAM ROSA L. SAMPSON, 


i:«25-301; Res.: HnmkoMt «837-J - 
ltl4 Ceirtral Avenue Los Aagrica, CaEfoikfer 

AGENTS WANTED! 


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SUPERFINE PRERMZATimS 
HAIR«!dSKIN r ^Sf 

and 

SCHNTIFIC mUCER -n^ymfENTS 

fotiielbir and Scelpby effkkntwillin^ andwdl ttanied 

mUCER AGEHTS 

'600D USDLTS H&VE MADE THQI WOtLD MWWWl" 


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SEND 

FOR THIS 

' TO DAY 


TRY THEM 


>M4LKERAfiCirr 
YOUR NEIGHBOR 


USECHILY 

MADAMCcTMnLKElCS 
WONDERFUL 

HAm GROWER 


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iSPECUL 6 WEEKS TMLCfFaj 

far Hve Scalp 

Bair 
Grower 


tioaa espeeiallr 
mrnifed far 
and tn-ittle b«ir, il 
•calp. baldaas. 
and rrmrmM at thr 
— oar f^pecial trial 

Tks ItaCL C J. 

<40 N. Wert St, 


«. SepoBed to toe liT 
WALKER AGENTS, 
G««d Die; StoMB and 
hf MaiL 


tr->-t-i.i- Hot cndnsed fc ». d. 
VeieUMt anfer f^r VM. 


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•end me a C 

'I 'jBU'K'«t for ^v 


THE MADAM C I. 

WALKER MFG. Ca 

•M N. West St. e 



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i iLjien mmm m 

B«8t snap m to wn - A A«e>n»on boiM» (Calif. atyU) *11 
doAed up ; down payment f dVO.OO, total $3660.60. You 
can't beat it — l«t 4(iKliO— So Irarry. 

▲^ai«e houJt pf ejgkt rpoms on lUttt 86th St, umi 
Central Ave.; two baths and two toilets, only $2000 cash. 
Lnrye lot 45xl4«. 

If you want somethinsr that's in a fine neighboVhood, 
tliafa different fi-om the r^t^we have it! Six-room 
wmdBm Bupfalow, tl^ee hardwood floors, two bed rooBis, 
iuvtjhrodd floor d«n and a swell dinins ro«nA. ESast 57th 
St., Price $7500.00. 

Income prop«rty, we have it, two hoaaee 6-rooin Mid 
kitchenette and one four-room modem boncaiow m ^e 
rear briitf $110.06 per nonth; $2S96 eash, total f7|W6. 

One i^ve-room house (plastered nicely) on Sotk.-.ft., 
near Central Ave. Garage, cellar, -fire place ; $160i6^ 
Cash — it's a snap. 

One 9-raom house is Watts $2500.06 total; $566^ 
down. Lot 50x120. Raise all the chickens you wltnt. 
Balance $25.00 perTnonth. 

Another snap in Watts, one five-room house (plaster- 
ed) for $300.00 down. Total $2500.00 ; bat. $20 per no. 
pMvhes. 

ia04 CENTRAL AVE.. HUMBOLDT «3»t 

K.C. VENERABLE . ■ . . Ft^mnifi 

W. H. PHILLIPS - • 
LS. WATTS 


I 



J am a MmMe littl« creature 
i Jicht km vwrtUag, 

Ev«rToa« dttUkes m« 
BecMise I do not. sins. 





I 

girlie's bed 

me with all her mlKM. 
Ittle gird.' I Mid. 


The Strabcer tIiIUbk: the Chfl* 
dMH'a wwrd of a bOBpttal the other 
dar te a befl where lay a Itttle twelve 

year aid gii'l whose legs were encased „, , „ - - ., — , 

In casts, each bavlng been broken, ***** Bnpt. Public Instnictton; Hon. 


I 


FOR H«HES ON TERMS 


CITY BROTEERS . 

We Specialize in Re^deotial Property in :! 
Any Location You Desire! 

Oint OFFICE IS OPEN FROM fttSO A. M. TO 6:30 P. M. 
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 

1 lOOVi Central Ave. Phone : 877-186 ; i 

Res; 816 E. 37lli Sl.-~Phone: HvmboUt SMOfM 
C. W. CITY R. J. CITY 


NEW SPRING VALUES 


oae twice, , that they might grow 
straight She whiles away the long 
hours, reading story books, tairy tales, 
and writing. A Hy annoyed her, she 
tried ,t6 hitlt and then wrote, the above 
which the Writer thought wa» worth 
tieading hia column this week. Her 
name is Oaelle Liewis. 
\ 
Mrs. M. London, of San Francisco, 
and Mrs. Ida Hines Of Wheatland 
were visltoi^ at the C. S. Flood home 
last week. The two tormef ar« sis- 
ters. 1 I ^ 

B. A. Johnson is slowly mending 
from his recent attack. X-ray exam- 
inations have been made to determne 
(Utnre acttoB of his physician. - 

Clarence prr, of Fresno, has <come 
to the city I to join his wife and son, 
who had priscecded him. 
I 

A native [African styling himself as 
the "Revealed Jesus,, has been 
preachins ^t Shiloh Baptist Church 
during the past week. 

~ Real Estate Company re- 

nice homes to two yuong 
Jones and Clarence 


WOODS REALTY 

849 CENTRAL AVE. 

RENTALS •:• COLLECTIONS 

INSURANCE 

T. L. MCoods P. R. Smallwood 

Ed>r. A. Reese, Notary Public 

00 


CO. 

TEL.: 884-847! 


The SUr 
cently sold 
m^n. Garlahd 
Strickland. | 

Jack pelmar Brinson, Infant son 
of Mr. aindi Mrs. S. D. Brinson is in 
Sutter bloBi^ital for an operation for 
hernia. Jacjk was recently baptised 
by Rev. Pr*d A. Hughes and Mr. and 
.Mrs. Oe0. bunlap stood as Bodpar- 
ents.. 

S. Carson of Stockton was a week 
end visitor. 

l»ev. A. M. Brantford of Marysvile,, 
preached at St. Andrews Church Sun- 
day night. He had preached the 
Thanksgiving sermon of the Pythl- 
ans. at Stockton n the afternon. 

The Y. M. A. C. teams played bas- 

^ ketball at the armory Tuesday nlgUt 

T and in spite of the rain a good crowd 

was in attendance to encourage the 

boys. 

A. P. Alberjra of 'Ban Francisco is 
in the city looking ^fter the Coolidge 
interests and caliinur on friend.s. 

C. S. Flood and Wife entertained at 
a birthday dinner Wednesday hi.s bro- 
ther. .George Flood, of Oakland who 
was accompanied by their sister Mrs. 
Jackson and Mrs. M. J. Orases; who 
was their teacher fifty y^sars ago. 

Don't let it slip your mind about 
that Raster Ball, April 21st, auspices 
Star Oub. 


_™« wm get atJ, SMd OB! ^tada 
Whaley's c«Iebrate4 :ta««k and tut 
BrooopMore wlfl Mvisli tb« m^hS 
Mr t^e t«ap Tssr «od Bastar BaU at 
Hatlye Sons' Andttortva, AprH Slst. 
St- Andrews Chinch had six regis- 
;tcred deleaates a^ itewtai visitors in 
atteadaace at the VUtyHSsvantli An- 
mial Convention. CalitomU (N) 'Son- 
day school Counidl of 'Rellckws Sdu- 
oation, which opened here Thursday 
and closed Sundajr eveniOlg:. jiptne of 
the outstanding 8t>eakers were Dr. Ma- 
rlon L.. Lawrence of Chicago;, Con- 
sttlting General Secretary, Intemation- 
a] Council of Rellgloos BdacaUous Ed- 
ucation; Dr. J. w. Bailey, Bericeley 
PiTinity School; Hob. WIU C. Wood 


3. B5. Richards and Wm. H. Waatet 
Justhsee of the State Supreme Court. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams, honey- 
mooning, and Wm. O. .Krown, of Los 
Angeles, are troupe singers over Sun- 
day, in the city. 

Mrs. L,. 6. Saunders and mother, at 
Oakland, and Mrs. EVa Jones Smith 
of HoBolulu, are the house guests of 
Mrs. H. O. Johnson. 

Mesdames E. D. Johnson and Clem- 
ens are opening a stora at 406 T St., 
and are prepared tto serve the trade 
w.ith groceries, confections, poultry, 
etc. 

The Sacramento Bee carried a news 
item Monday evening, April 7th that 
was very interesting to many Sacra- 
mentans, concerning the local pastor- 
ate of Kyle Temple A. M. E. Zion 
Church of which Rev. T. Allen Har- 
vey is the pastor. Rev. H. Leo Joha- 
Bton, Presiding Elder, of the Califor- 
nia ^inference is alleged to have said 
that Riev. Harvey Is removed and a 
new man from the East is jfcoming to 
this pastorate, and that he woold be 
assigned elsewhere or given a trans- 
fer to the East if he desired. Rev. Har- 
vey, accoi-dlng to the report, desired 
hi.s removal and says everything has 
been fixed up. 

Rev. Harvey, when calle don by the 
Stranger, would not give out any- 
thing for pnbllcation at this time. 

WUde Whaleys Black and Tans are 
engaged for the Star Clubs Leap 
er and EJaster Bill April 2lBt, at Na- 
tive Sons' Auditorium. 

Te Stranger says: That Uie River- 
side chair prayer sender on^ht to save 
postage and time and not bptbor oter 
folk who are busy. j 


MONROVIA 


6-Room Modern Time, J4,000.00; Cash| 
i'MOM. 

S-Room Stucco house $3500.00; Cash 1 
11000.00 

5-Room Stucco $4500.00. Terms. 

13-Room Flat. Close in. Income H40 
per Mo. $4000.00 down; Balance easy. 

Several furnished and unfurnished 
Apartments For Rent. 


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Hsui^linf Property All' Over the City 

This is AE E«*t Side Property 
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5-Rooin House, modern — $4000.00; 

down $1500.00; $40.flp pjer month or 

more, includingr Interest. 

7-Room Bungalow, H. D. W.; 4 bed 
rooms — $6800.00 ; down $2500.00 ; 
$50.00 per month or more. Including 
] ; Ibferest. 

6-Room Bungalow — $6500.00; down $2000.00-; $50.00 per month ' | 
or more. 

10-Room Bungalow H. D. W.; 8 bed rooms, sleeping porch — 
^■$M;6«».tO: down- $S00D.0«: $7S.00 per month or more. 

IZ-Room Bungalow; 8 U«d roonis — $8500.00; down $4500.00; $00.00 
per mdBth. 

IS-Room House; lot 65x150 to an alley on the comer— $12,500.00; 
K down $4500.00. clear; payments to suit thp bqjer. 
['r 2 ntraity Flat Building; < rooms 'l^wn.S rooms up — $5800.00; 
I |;;S«0.00 dowiK' $66.00 per month. 

When Yoa N«^ « Frieii4-<-Csoie to Hie Office 

1313 CENTRAL /dnL tmOUEt ME1«0. 8346 

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J. C. Rivers of San Francisco was 

a Sunday visitor and attended the 

I i'ythian service at Shiloh Baptist 

Church. He is Grand Chancellor of 

the State of'California. 

Dr. O. W. DeVaughn, Dr. W. L. 
Jones and wife and Miss .Moore.. Y. W. 
C. A. Secretary, all of Oakland, spent 
Sunday in our city, driving up in the 
Devaugh car. 

The clergy of the city are all set 
fcr the coming Coast League Season's 
Opening. The season passes were dis- 
tributed by the Executive Secretary 
of the Church Federation, Monday 
morning. | 

Te Knights of Pythias aind Court of 
Calanthe of the five grand divisions 
held their annual Thanksgiving ser- 
vice Sunday afternoon at Shiloh Bap- 
tist Church. Rev. Fred iA. Hughes 
preaching the sermon. Other speak- 
ers were Grand Chancellor. J. C. Riv- 
ers, Deputy Grand Chancellor, F. C. 
Brooks and Mrs. J. ll. Walker. Aus- 
tin Brown read the proclaibation, ^rs. 
H. Williams and Mrs. T. Elurgess sang 
a duett and Mrs. Ella btills a solo. 
The lodge and court graciouEly do- 
nated the otfering to the building fund 
of the church. 

Remember the Star Club's Ball, Ap- 
ril 2l8t. 

Sometimes the Stranger s column is 
cut bnd sometimes it fails to appear 
at aU but don't blame him. The B. F. 
Turk funeral; the Morris funeral and 
the Payne recital with other news 
items were all cut without bis con- 
sent. ! • , 

Deaths: Herman Mitchell died at 
his home Jiere Monday, .M^rch Slst, 
age 26 years. He was the «on of Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Plumer and a nephew 
of Mr. and Mrs. F. Johnson and Jas. 
Berry, and Mrs. G. L. Whitaker, of 
Los Angeles. Funneral was held Wed- 
nesday from Kyle Temple, Rpv. T. 
Allen Harvey , offidatiing. Burial in 
Odd FeHows LaWn Cemetery. Morris 
Dsgget, funeral director. : 

Rev. T. A. Collins of Oakland, 
Park's Chapel A. M. E. Church, and 
former pastor here, was Iq the city 
Thursday and Friday oji business and 
Inaldently calling ou ibid acquaintan- 
ces. 

Dr. C. A. Richardson, M. D., form- 
erly of Los Angelas, and wife, are 
now. located in this. city. The doctor 
has opened a temporary office at his 
apartment, ISOO.S^teenth street, and 
is r^^Idiy making" acquaintance about 
the town. He is not a novice having 
prao^ed medicine for the past six- 
teen. yeMis, and comes from a reputa- 
ble at)unA. Hie Stranger and this col- 
nms J»re< for hUn : and wni carry his 
ewrAMd tUMphotts number as soon as 
the'lAMels is. - 


The Second Baptist Chuch has im- 
p;-oved Its property by enlarging its 
main auditorfuni and men's and wo- 
m(-n's rest rooms, dining rooini and a 
kitchen, fhe work is very! neatly 
done, therefore' the church presents a 
nice appearance. Rev. Mr. Davis and 
his people are to mo congratulated on 
the completion of this much needed 
addition to their church. 

Mrs, Delia Jackson, of 230 E. Maple 
avenue, who went to the Los 'Vngp' 
les hospital a -few weeks ago tO;- an 
ci)eratirn, has returned home and is 
reported as doing nicely. 

Mrs. Lucy Cherry, of 409 Date St.. 
-KBO has been ill for the past 'few days 
was able to be out Sunday, to the 
delight of her many friends. 

Monrovia's colored population con- 
tinues to increase almost weekly. Five 
new famiiiies came in the last few 
weeks. 

Mrs. Her Couton of Los Angeles, 
wab over last Friday night and recited 
several poems from the works of Paul 
Laurence Dunbar, at the entertain- 
ment and dinner in honor of the Amer- 
ican Legion at the A. M. E. Zion 
Curch, she was highly applauded as 
usual. 

The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. W. 
Fisher was the scene of a very beauti- 
ful birthday party last week. Quite a 
numbei- of admiring friends of Mrs. 
Fisher, whose birthday was being cel- 
ebrated, gathered to make the event 
a happy one,. 

The Annual family pew day of the 
Shiloh A. M. E. Zioa Church,- was very 
largely attdnded on' last Sunday. The 
services were very impressive. Rev. 
Mr. Reed, the palstor, preached a very 
appropriate sermon, which was well 
received- by all present. Rev. Mr. Da- 
v*is of the Second Baptist Church, 
preached in the afternocn. The mes- 
sage which he brought wan fuli ot 
thought and helpfulness". It was an- 
nounced that on next Sunday night 
the Rev. Elcox will preach at this 
church. 


clnb. 4n interesting prognm' 
rendered by the glrU. Mrs. Williams 
^eto 4 *sw hai^itel md «BeMri«^ 

7^I"wS^ ""■• ^- °- ooi»i«a or I" 

714. WiiiOM avsne, «nteft»taed lU- 
^°!!f "^¥"- •"■ ^- -*w«en»on ot aere- 
WBd. OWo ^th an elsteMta dtaihr, 
Sinday afteraeon, Manfc t$ri. Tie 
oflhsr koapred nwts. «t diaB«r were: 
Sr^; "';.,^; ^w™ "«« wlle, Mn. A>, 
Mru WlHs of CtevsiBad. Ofaio. mat ' 
M^s. M. A. ColUas. formerlr «f Clwre- 
land, Ohio. 

.ur^"*"*^' baajnet wm stvvi at 
rtbe Friendship Bairtlst t^urch, Ibvek 
27rtb honoring the stnmsers of the 
city. Many new friends were made 
Ohr little dty of Pasadena was hichly 
eammended by the strangers. Every- 
oM had a very enjoyable fvenlag. 

Vnder the direction and maaace- 
m^nt of Mrs. Sadie WrtgKt, the ooik- 
cert TiMsday evening. Maroh 2(th at 
thp First A. M. E. Chnreh, rendered 
bjt the Watts Choir was uaosuaUy 
fli^e. Everyone present enjoyed it to 
thp fullest. 

Monday evening, March 24th. the 
ushers' Installation and Reception 
wis hejd. The officers of the girls' 
Uiher Club of the First A. M. E. 
Churchy were InstaUed by Rev. J. M. 
Brown in the customary manner, Mrs. 
L.; E: Wnilaras and Miss Iverse Madi- 
soh, advisors, the Misses Orenia An- 
derson, President: Jasnfln eSteward, 
vifce-President, Mamie D. Collins, Sec- 
retary; Anne Taylor, Assistant Sec- 
retary ; Thelma Byrd, Treasurer ^ad 
Idk Washington, Pianist. A very Inter- 
esting program was then rendered, 
byi menjbers of the club, after which 
ertcouraging remarks were made by 
R*v. Brown. Mrs. Louise WiUlams, 
who had just returned from the Y. W. 
C, A. Convention held in San Diego, 
tojd of the interesting occurences of 
the convention. Delightful refresh- 
ments were served later in the eve- 
ning. 

Three very charming young ladies, 
the Misses Webb, of New Orleans, 
are now residing In Pasadena, wlch 
they intend to make their future 
hotae. i^asadena welcomes them! 

Robert Poyntar, a member of the 
Senior Class of Pasadena High school 
was taken seriously in today, March 
Slst, at the school and immediately 
ruSbed to the Pasadena Hospital for 
treatment. We all sis him a speedy 
recovery. 


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"Those who composed an auto party 
ths^t came down from Bakersfield last 
wefk to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liams were: Mrs. Arthur O. Tboraas, 
mother of Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Jaaj 
nie! Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Walker. 

The. party reported a most delight- 
ful: trip. 


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