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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 July 1920

i- 1 mi,i^ S-' •X a •. A li" & «. 4, t!~ I I 'I mmssmm. lB«h Display, per Beading Notices, per lina Contract rate* given upon application!. All Advertisements paid for to advance. THE CUBE. For Duluth, Chicago, East St. Louis, any town: Any white mob, whether through mo tives of sheer devilishness or because of lack Of faith in law and court, which lvnches a black man not only commits an unpardonable sin but strikes a blow at the%rhole white race as well. There are twice as many colored folk in the world as there are white. They are increasing more rapidly.. They are moving toward solidarity. Bead Lothrop Stoddard's new book, "The Rising Tide of Color." While the white race has been soak ing Europe with its best blood, Japan has been tightening her grip upon the hordes of Asia. Japan is a yellow nation. But the yellow, the brown, the red, the black, have something in common against the white. What one colored people has done, another may do. In India, in Egypt, yi Africa, there ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 July 1920

,g$§f| R-WRACYJW^GBUJMI CO. xrotarjr PabUe a Vao«nt Zj»U and Improved Pi»pHf ltf7 Jtffanon AT*. Phone Drake 774 MoI&m. Dm low* ilT •OT Walma*. AiT. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All, Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. 808 W. Grand Ave. Phone WaL 3545. BEBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Wo?k Called for and Delivered. We do first Mass work. Ph. Wal. 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa B.' BtHmMm K. fTaskina "The Store of Quality" HASKIN DRTJG {JO. Successors to E. L. Twining prescriptions ^Qarefully Compounded, Mall Orders on all Preparations Promptly Pilled We deliver fforthweet Corner Eleventh an* Center. ATHLETIC BABBBB SHOP Hair Cutting by Electricity Oifltfrs and Soft Drinks Shoe Shining 919 Center O. WBLDON & STONE BBOS., Props. FRANK F.F0WLER Embalmer and uneral Director Flowers and Autos for any Occasiod. 1112 Center Street Office Phone Market 1488 6^ f- •OBITS v^u-v B. MORBIS AHonwr a* Law and Notary Public ibitneti Byamlned...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 July 1920

If'1 r- bi" ts» J* IOWA 1 IOWA HOTW^^a BMTMr'.•«'/ -Sr^v'A vrty nice l»wn social wa» given ^'Jkst'TuflfdJtp fey, ^e parish aid Of .SfrlKairMt fiSrth. The Peoples In. F/smiltB b^rffllfnrniihed the minis. |l£ 'Halriy Bailey and Mifls Edith ttUrweT.O.QTJfitly married at the home Ret J. pttfffttog Moore at 4 p. m. fan Tttftf1 fty '^*The Bethel A. M. E. church of this "l«ity is doing line under the guidance of it* -faithful pastor, Rev. C. B. Waters. The following persons have had the honor to be dblegates to the different conventions this year from the Keokuk churches and lodges: Pilgrims Best ', church, Bev. J. Sterling Moore, Mrs. M. E. Moore, Mrs. Birdie Williams,,Misses Alma Battle and Mary Smith to Pal myra, Mo. A. M, E. Sunday school convention at Chicago, Bev. C. B. Waters MMNAPB Aloazo Draine, Mrs. P. A. Jones JMtxl Miss Anna Pyles. •To the Iowa Baptist convention at Waterloo, Bev. 's W. H. Clark, C. A. White and Mrs. E. J. Thomas of the First African church. To the N. A. A. C. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 July 1920

1 mw$ N BOOST, PAY And Read The Bystander $ 1 \T' XXVI No. 55 National Negro Bus iness League Plans Big Meeting John Wanamaker and Gov. Sproul wS Welcome Them to Philadelphia Meeting. Washington, D. C„ July 16.—Special: Elaborate preparatipns are being made for the forthcoming meeting of the National Negro Business league, the r.'"i:lar business sessions of which will be" held in Dunbar theater, Broad and Lombard streets,, Philadelphia. This building cost over $400,000.00 and is owned .and controlled by colored peo ple. |r. Enimett J. Scott, secretary of the National Negro Business league, is now businl.v engaged in formulating the pro -T:UU of the coming moei.mg wnich is to fM. ljeld in Philadelphia, August 38, 19 ami 20, 1920. Persons intending to be present are requested to senjl early no tices of such intention to the national lu:idquarters of the National Negro Business league, 1816 Twelfth street, North West Washington, D. C. WHITE PROFESSOR DECLARES COLORED PEOPLE ARE NO LONG...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 July 1920

a'-*V7^!f '.J §J I, t' I .-•&: I- &'• PablUed amy ,* ,.-v^' mverr 0Vma WIIBBI *e MASH branch of that great social organiza- ^^Dr. J. Walter Fewkes of the Smith sonian institution, Washington, D. C., contributes a scientific article on the "Square Tower House," one of the remarkabl* cliff dwellings in the Mesa Verde park in our wonderful south west. Fditorials treat of important race conferences at Atlanta and Tuske gee and are most encouraging in^'khe promise they give for the betterment of racial understanding. We are glad to note the way in which the girjg and boys .behave themselves around and in the church. This-reflects credit on the parents, the community and the race. There is a growing tendency among our people to dishonor the church that is the building, and also the worship and some go so far as to think and speak lighting of God himself. The individual- or the race or nation that has sunken to that depth of de pravity po that to them there is nothing sacred^ they ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 July 1920

it 'Mn ••.r $V-' E. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. iw otary Public BJBAL ESTATE AGENT Tacant Ixrts and Improved Property 1827 Jefferson Ave. Phone Drake 774 Dm Moines. low* AdT. JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Real Estate for 2*le. #07 Walaut. Phone W. AdT. N. OUT RATE DRUG CO* Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Best Drtigs in City 1000 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Rooms to Rend by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 5779. HUSTLERS HOTEL AND CAFE Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop. W. Corner W. 2nd & Chestnut Sts. y2Block N. Intorurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. 1 JOHNSON'S CAJFE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. 808 W. Grand Ave. Phone Wai. 3545. BERT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. Wal. "7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa E. H. Haskiua H. u. ilaskins "The Store of Quality" HASKIN DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining Prescriptions Carefully ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 July 1920

IOWA NEWS FT. MADISON, IOWA. Mira Mary Woods and Miss Lola Wiatt aire delegates to the A. M. E Sunday school convention held ifi Chi cago, 111. Mrs. Simmerman has returned home after visiting relatives in Hannibal Mo. Alice Beckley has returned to jme in St. Joe, Mo., after spend ifow days Vore. .Clara Murphy and little daugh ola of Monmouth, 111., visited at r»o of Mrs. Robert Goodman. William Redd has gone to Chi­ cago for an indefinite stay. Mr. Clyde Stone of Mt. Pleasant spent a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodman spent the Fifth in Burlington. Mr. Raymond Black spent the Fifth in Burlington. About forty young people from here attended the ball game in Monmouth, 111., Ft. Madison and Monmouth col ored teams playing. Ft. Madison win ning 8 to 5. All reported a fine time. Mrs. Lola Black has returned home from Mt. Pleasant where she has been visiting. CJHUBCH DRIVE ENDS JULY 18 Davenport, Iowa.—Special to B.v 'aniler: The eampaipn to raise funds tc purchase a site for Mt. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 July 1920

IOWA NEWS FX. MADISON, IOWA, Miss Mary Woods and Miss Lola Wiatt axe delegmt«i to the A.. M. E. Sunday school convention held ift Chi cago, 111. Mrs. Simmerman has returned home ofter visiting relatives in Hannibal, Alice Beckley has returned to nine in St, Joe, Mo., after epend ,few days here. J,.' Clara Murphy and little daugh *6la of Monmouth, 111., visited at itLtktane of Mrs. Kobert Goodman. Mr. William Rpdd has gone to Chi cago for nn indefinite stay. Mr. Clyde Stono of Mt. Pleasant spent a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodman spent the Fifth in Burlington. Mr. Raymond Black spent the Fifth in Burlington. About forty young people from here attended the ball game in Monmouth, 111., Ft. Madison and Monmouth col ored teams playing. Ft. Madison win ning 8 to 5. All reported a fine time. Mrs. Lola Black lias returned home from Mt. Pleasant where she has been visiting. CHUBCH DRIVE ENDS JTJLY 18 Davenport, Iowa.—Special to By stander: The campaipn to raise funds to purchase a ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 July 1920

5 BOOST, PAY" And Read The Bystander XXV No. 4 SOL BUTLER SETS NEW JUMP RECORD iDubuquo College Athlete Betters Amer ican Record by Three-Fourths Inch. Tiio Iowa athletes representing Iowa colleges placed Saturday in the filial tivouts for the United States Olympic! ti-'iim at Cambridge. Sol Butler, Du ,,• iijtie university colored sprinter ant j.iniper, set a new world's record in the broad jump when ho leaped 124 and inches. Butler is sure of a place on (!c team. George Brotnal of Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, placed fourth in liie 440-yard dash. The event was won I", J. 1''. Shea of the United States navy in -I!) second flat. Howard Drew, Brake university sprinter, failed to place in tl.i linals. He placed in his trial heat, 1 ,:t couldn't stand the strain in the' tinal dash. liutler's leap of 24 feet inches sur j! .csed by three-fourths of an inch the ark Prinsteiu made twentv years ago. DREW FAILED TO PLACE. Howard Drew, holder of the world's record failed to place in the meet S...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 July 1920

l'.'W vears at most. •i: '. 'V BOOST, PAY S A And Read The Bystander 5 XXV No. 4 SOL BUTLER SETS I NEW JUMP RECORD Dubuque College Athlete Betters Amer ican Record by Tliree-Fourths Inch. I'lie Iowa athletes representing Iowa colleges placed Saturday in the final tiyouts for the United States Olympic team at Cambridge. Sol Butler, Du .iI(i• university colored sprinter anc mi per, set a new world's record in the broad jump when he leaped 24 and inches. Butler is sure of a place on tie team. George Bretiwil of Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, placed fourth in tire 140-yard (lash. Tlie event was won J. I1'. Shea of the United States navy in -I!) second flat. Howard Drew, Drake university sprinter, failed to place in the finals. He placed in his trial heat, lit couldn't stand the strain in the final dash. Hurler's leap of 24 feet inches sur parsed by three-fourths of an inch the r,.ark Prinstein made twenty years ago. DREW FAILED TO PLACE. Howard Drew, holder of the world's record failed to...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 July 1920

SJ.BO Display, per iu«h Beading Notices, per line Contract rates given upon applications. All Advertisements paid for in advance. NEGRO INVENTIONS. In tin practical application of scien tific principles an embodied in useful inventions, the Xcgro has long held an important place. The publieafions of Henry K. linker of 1he Unated State* j:iitent- oflico set, forth a record alto ptlicr and comparahly favorable. These inventions rnn the whole gamut, from I'amieker's 'loek in 174 to Fori on invention of apparatus for managing sails, including Lewis' invention of a machine for picking oakum Henry Jilair's patents on a corn harvester William B. Purvis' patents on electric T'lihvavs, a fountain pen, magnetic car balano'ing d"viee, etc. Dickinson's jat ents for playing the piano T'errell's patents for the r.provemej! in valves for steam engines Henjamiri F. Jack hoii's inventions of different improve ments in heating and lighting devices, and a eontrolhr for a trolley wheel: fliarles V. Rir...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 July 1920

B. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. jNotary Public REAI. ESTATE AGENT Vacant Lots and Improved Proporty 1827 Jefferuon Ave. Phone Drake 774 Dos Moines. Iowa id* JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Real Estate for Sale. 907 Walnut. Phone W. 6135 Ad"- CUT RATE DRUG CO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. G. Prop. Very Best Drugs in City 1000 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Rooms to Rend by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 5779. HUSTLERS HOTEL AND CAFE Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop. jj Corner W. 2nd & Chestnut Sts. i/2Block N. Intemrban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAPE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. So8 W. Grand Ave. Phone Wal. 3545. BERT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Conning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. 3 do first class work. Ph. Wal. 7374 •j sos Center St. Des Moines, Iowa H. Haskins H. Haskiua "The Store of Quality" HASKIN DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining prescriptions Carefully Compounded Mail Orders on all...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 July 1920

r. 4* $$yti *V i4f 7? "'ippfpf' rail "1 1^ ,v* nj riff 1 ,'g •n -l..: 4 -v *, './tit} '. 1 I E II If# I: •i I 1 1 a -1 -j -c, IOWA NEWS SIOUX CITY ITEMS. (Miss Nettie A. Lewis.) The Juvenile Missionary society was entertained by Miss Armcntha Owens lrst Thursday evening and a splendid projfrnm was rendered. The topic for discussion was "How Can We Make Ow Club More Alive?" It w&o Uis giiaspd by nl)*of the members and a few Visitors. $2.05 was collected for dues And four new members wore enrolled. Mrifc Mansilcld Askow has r-turned f'fuu Chicago where she has spent a lr.vely summer's vacation. Services were wo'l attended at 2tfn lone chapel Sunday and also at Mi. Zioii l'aptist ehureh. The surerntendent. pastor and otlicr fencouraged by give an animal Tic rie for the .S.'ivlrjy school scholars. Be !"?e it n-rns each student h-•» £e!t i* his duty to bring one new scholar,to Sr iv school every Sunday. And wo i-e ~:i«d to rci ort a live wire Sunratr s.'-hoi: i.rv.\ Ir. Andrew Gordon...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 July 1920

r. PSsf EM -I Sjl* )f "]*y IOWA NEWS SIOUX CITY ITEMS. {Misa Nettie A. Lewis.) The Juvenile Missionary society was entertained by Miss Armentha Owens lrst Thursday evening and a splendid program was rendered. topic for T™.' TThe a a? ,"",,Wc VI sitors. $2.05 was collected for dues f^ur new members were enrolled. Mat Mansfield Askew lias returned f'nin Chicago where she Las spent a lovely summer's vacation. Services were well attpiidol at Ma lone eLapel Sunday and also at lit. Zion aptist oliiireh. The superintendent, pastor and other 0: u-cr:, of Malone chapel Sunday school "v' r: ric for the ftun-loy school scholars. Be c-r.Tse it Ferns as each .student h".» fc't it Irs duty bring one new scholar.to S ly school every Sunday. And We rv.'.' to report a live wire 8unHty school irvr. 1'r. Andrew Gordon, formerlv of Chi cago, PL, hut now of Dallas, Texas, is in ti city a few days visiting- relatives and friends. Mrs. Anna Curt5«i has trone to Chicago to visit relnti'-r-s nr.,1 triends. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 July 1920

mm IP"' an mm S JW" 2p** XXV No. 5 Miss Ilallie Q. Brown, lecturer, elocu tionist' and educator,—whtr'WaS" unani niously elected president of the Na tional Association of Colored Women at their twelfth biennial session recently held in Tuskegee institute, Alabama. Miss Brown is unquestionably one of 1500 PERSONS LEAVE SOUTH EVERY DAY Lynching is Cause of Second Big Mi gration Now On. LABOR SCARCE. White Women Forced to Work in Fielti to Save Crops. Chicago, July 30.—There is another mighty exodus of the Negroes from the south. The chief cause this time is not economic, although practically all who come are able to get work, but the movement is due to an epidemic of in timidation and lynching. Since the first of July there has been an astound ing epidemic of murder and lynching in several sections of the south. The Associated Negro Press is care fully investigating the conditions from every angle. According to The Mem phis Times, colored people are leaving tile south at the rate of m...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 July 1920

V* 5 JS*"* ,-io».». *!.?'• UB CttC-frfcC BOOST, PAY And Read The 1 Bystander XXV No. 5 mmm Miss Ilallie Q. Brown, lecturer, elocu .tiooist and educator, whO^'w'aS" unani mously elected president of the Na tional Association of Colored Women at their twelfth biennial session recently held in Tuskegee institute, Alabama. Miss Brown is unquestionably one of 1500 PERSONS LEAVE SOUTH EVERY DAY Lynching is Cause of Second Big Mi gration Now On. LABOR SCARCE. Whit© Women Forced to Work in Field to Save Crops. Chicago, July 0.—There MISS HALLIE Q. BSOWN. is another mighty exodus of the Negroes from the south. The chief cause this time is not economic, although practically all who come are able to get work, but the movement, is due to an epidemic of in timidation and lynching. Since the first, of July there has been an astound ing epidemic of murder and lynching in several sections of the south. The Associated Negro 'Press is care fully investigating the coudit'ons from every angle. Accordin...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 July 1920

Walnut 809. ANOTHER PLATFORM. The platform adopted at the Tuskc gee institute by the National Associa tion of Colored Women's clubs is a bet ter model of clear statement than tin* perhaps more important platforms of the major political parties. It is brief enough to reprint the important parts here: "Since it is evident that the women of the nation are soon to be invested with the right of full franchise, we rec ommend that the colored women give their close attention to the study of civ ics, to the laws of parliamentary usage, and to current political questions, both 1 cal and national, in order to fit them selves for the exercise of the franchise. "As Mrs. Mary B. Tnlbert, our retir ing president, has been named as one of the ten women of America to go as del egate to the International Council^ of Women to be held in Norway in Sep tember next, we express our heartfelt appreciation for the representation giv en the women of our race. "We heartily commend the Urban league and the Na...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 July 1920

s, ,rv71 jj. E. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. Xfotary Public BSAli ESTATE AGENT Vacant Lots and Improved Property l«7 Jefferson Ave. Phono Drake 774 Des Moines. Iowa id* JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at I«aw and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Real tele. 907 Walant. Ada­ w. Corner W. 2nd & Chestnut Sts. i/aBlock N. Interurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. 308 W. Grand Ave. Phone Wax. 3545. BERT JOHNSON, OJianer and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. Wal. 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa E. H. Haskiiuj H. «. flvskins The Store of Quality'' HASKIN DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining prescriptions Carefully Compoundea Mail Orders on all Preparations Promptly Filled We deliver jaortnwest Corner Eleventh an*, Center. ATHLETIC BARBER SHOP Hair Cutting by Electricity Cigars and Soft Drinks Shoe Shining 919 Center O. WELDON & STONE BROS., Props. MIC HI...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 July 1920

lis* 't$. IOWA NEWS (Last week.) WednaMky, July 14 Miaa Agnet Steward, Mm.'Fred Printice and Mrs. Preda Range entertained a number of young people at the bome ot Mrs. Range £n order to organize a Young Peoples' club. Everyone was in favor of it and a meeting was set for Thurs day, July ?£at the bome of Miss Agnes Steward. "Mr. Hailey Palmer of Mt. Pleasant attended the dan&, here July 13. Grandmother Ewing remains very 1«W at this writing. Ft. Madison's Colored BHII team played Ferris, 111, white team Hunday, July 18. Score 8 to 5 in favor of Fer xis, 111. Mr. Raymond Craushaw has returned to Burlington after spending a few dfcys here with relatives and friends Mr. Henry Bice of Davenport visited at the .home of Walter Wyatt. Misses Jennie Harper and Mary Woods and I»ola Wyatt have returned home from Chicago where they were delegates to the A. M. E. 8unday school convention. Messrs. Dave and Chester Babcj of Keokuk motored here Saturday. Miss Oliva Rollins has returned home wfte...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 August 1920

«st? 2 BOOST, PAY I $ And Read The Bystander I XXV No. 6 Next Get-Together Meeting at Maple St. Church Sunday at 3:00 Last week there arod in the By a :i call issued by the ministers Ios Moines for a'big union mass nnM-1 itijx at Nt. l'anl A. M. E. church S a Aug. 1. Few people know ilie of the meeting but many were curious enough to come arid learn for themselves. Rev. S. L. Birt called the gathering to order and stated the object of the meeting. Co-operation of Negroes in Pes Moines in supjmrting tlie business estab lehinents and that the only way to build big business among Negroes was for Negroes to get together and do it themselves giving linaneial and moral s-.istanee whenever needed. The audi once was dazed in the beginning but as the discussion went oil the people soon discussion went on the people soon rialized tlie utter necessity of the ef fort and manifested a wollingncss to do their part. Rev. Birt., Ho v. Lvles and Rev. Hob ji'son told of the splendid work which was be...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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