RACES: Florence Mills Warned

It was one of the most brilliant affairs of the season. The guests did not begin to arrive, at the Foot-Lights Club in West 131st Street, until well after midnight. When they did come, they were the elite— Pope B. Billups, candidate for Judge; Dr. Alain Locke, professor of philosophy at Howard University; Actress Gertrude Saunders, Composer Ford Dabney and many another Harlem notable—fashionable Dr. H. Binga Dismond, for example, and ¶ Franklin Carr, the mortician. The ten-course dinner had been cooked by Irvin ¶ Miller himself, president of the...

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