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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 August 1920

I'J ml 4 {j ir 4 -li I' if if 4 •«i I §r I?" Display, per issh Beading Notices, per line Republican Nominee at Notifica tion Ceremonies Discusses Problems Confronting Nation. "HOLD HERITAGE AMERICAN NATIONALITY UNIMPAIRED" Advocates Party Responsibility as Dis tinguished From Dictatorial and Autocratic Personal Rule—In Refer ring to League of Nations, Says We Do Not Mean to Shun a Single Re aponsibility of This Republic to World Civilization—Favors Protec tive Tariff, Merchant Marine, a Small Army, Woman Suffrage and National Budget. Marion, O. (Special.)—Warren G. Harding was officially notified of his nomination as the Republican candi date for the presidency. His speech of acceptance is, in part, as follows: Chairman Lodge, Members of No tification Committee, Members of Na tional Committee, Ladies and (Sentie nt en The message which you have formally conveyed brings to tne a real ization of responsibility which is not •underestimated. It is a supreme test to interpret the covenan...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 August 1920

B. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. Real Estate Sales Rentals Notary Public lots, Acreage and Improved Property. E Tracy Blagburn L. J. Shelton Phones D. 774., D. 4502. Majrket 1872. 509 Mulberry St. Des Moines Street JAMES B. MORRIS Attorney at Law and Notary Public Abstracts Examined, Real Estate for tele. 007 Walmiit. Phone W. 6135 A dr. CUT RATE DRUG CO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. G. Prop. Very Best Drugs in City 1000 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Booms to Rend by Day 6r Week. Phone Walnut 5779. HUSTLERS HOTEL AND CAPE Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop. ft. W. Corner W. 2nd & Chestnut Sts. i/2Block N. Interurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. 508 W. Grand Ave. Phone Wai. 3545. BERT JOHNSON, CJianer and Dyer Ciaaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. Wal. 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa E. H. Haskiiu* H. «/. skins •'The Store of Quality" HASKIN DRUG CO. Successors...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 August 1920

1 t( li.1 J? IH I 1 .1 l»VT* it 6 r4 k-i v»* Y* JL, N "4 1 •••tit'OiW-'-flirr'*' av IOWA NEWS «fi' mt. mounr hbw*. Mm Aipm Mwe, *b l« W«* C&iemxm %tt wk« n»d Aj»»» *A'i Wsple* tuu rrtoru/l t» &tr t'.-ict Cfcf«*f»u Tfc* btrbtffit' IP's ta ls*t M--t :*y a: tk» fitv pork a MjlJ'td tll*BMMtlTiMI to tiA it£5.v»t. Ti.* fin»K« tak«a xa »u jfo-j-i. P«'»p ai^U/ria *o*ti rwt to '--/•7 ilAdljr. Mr. H. MitCrs/rlcfr'fi ia» r'-t-^rs" -J f*' M}&&«af^!ia, wb«-re fc* W E: »o ».•- p." e»t ai tfc« fnti-rai of liia cr h'. *. M* B«fj Hs.'jtt. Mr, William Owtrir asi-J firr.••'?' to iv at a t- jt r*Jai:-.Y-* arj-i fri'.-n-r-. T?^y a a I «rau their Locjk- grse/i. 6ALE8BXTEG. n.T. NEWS. /Hr«. H. Pra:?i. ag«t:.'. Tb« A M. E. Th .r'-ii at-: S -s.: t^-hoos pi-•• Ji wa.' a S'.- 'r- Mr. as-i M». C. of snotvr-4 *o i*T Mr. ai."i M.-» &£•?. A larjt r.^sc 5 is? li-t foarii -i P*ori» a»^ Bsr"'.tr"' Mr. 0a« L»-wi» i.a.s tar. Mr. E. M-.t^t ssc ta n*• *i?.z 1-'i erest. Kcv. HaMari ait-i fastl'y •.'r ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 August 1920

E Pi. ii'r' fe §S& Kl^f boost, pay And Read Th% xxv I .. .\ N XAN Ik 5 7 j, ,-^ .r% MOBS THURSDAY AND THUBSDAY NrGHT HAD CONTROL OF ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR CITIES IN THE WEST AND IN ANOTHER IN STANCE THREATENED TO WIPE OUT ANOTHER LITTLE CITY IN A WESTEBN STATE, THOUGH QUITE A DISTANCE AWAY IN THE CASE OF DENVER, COL., THE REIGN OF ANARCHY WAS OC CASIONED BY STRIKERS, WHO, BECAUSE THEY HAD QUIT WORK. UN DERTOOK TO DICTATE TO ALL OTHERS AND PREVENT THEIR FILL ING JOBS THEY HAD SURRENDERED. AT FRANKFORT, ILL., BECAUSE THE BODIES OF A COUPLE OF ITAL IANS WEREFOUND WHO HAD BBBN-MURDEBED, THlffefOB DECREED THAT ALL FOBEIGNEBS SHOULD BE BUN OUT OF THE PLACE AND TO EFFECT THIS SET FIBE TO THEIR HOMES. "AS YE SOW, SO SHALL YE REAP" HAS AND WILL ALWAYS BE ONE OF THE GBEAT LESSONS OF THE WORLD. IT WAS TRUE IN THE GREAT BEGINNING, IT IB1 AS TRUE TODAY AS IT WAS TWO THOUSAND YEARS AGO. FOR A QUARTER OF A CENTURY WHITE AMERICA HAS raTHr SOW ING AND REAPING. FOR A QUARTER OF A CENTURY WHITE A...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 August 1920

EMS rr ifK JS I:,,-, Wi ~,j stored at tlie (Post Office per liSfh Notices, per linai Display, Contract rates give* Well do we know that there are many worthy white firms that not "only wel come us to their doors and who sell mer chandise that our enterprises do not! handle but there is little excuse for the failure to give whole hearted substan tial support to the grocery and drag stores, tailor shops, dentists, lawyers and doctors. Barbers have no^ kick for lack of patronage in these lines. The reason is obvious. Must Negro business imd professional men wait until com plete Jim Crowism prevails in this city before the proper support comes We must not hjfve the latter. One day last week appeared a glaring hea$ine in one of cur leading dailie# -which read as follows: "Gagged r»y Burly-Negro Robber." No person who Tead thia article could help but recall that this same propaganda had caused trouble in other cities. The Bystander realizes that the matter was informa tion for the pubKe—-...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 August 1920

fe* #V? E. Tiuunr BLAOBU»* oo. JRMl Batsto salsa- Rentals ,» Notary Public tots, Acxoago and Improved Property, a Tracv Blagburn I.- J. Shelton riioneo b. 774. D. 4502. Mafrket 1872. ,i 500 Mulberry St. ^Dee Moines Street JAMBS B. ^Attorney §i MORRIS »t L»w sad Notary Pttbjio Attracts Bxainlaed, RMlBsteU for Sate. t|*WW»J»*t. «W»'W.'WSB ia». OUT BATB DRIUO 00. Willi Wolf*. O. Prop. Very Best Drag* In City 1000 Center St. D* Moines, Iowa Booms to Band by Day or Week* Phone Walnut 677V. HUSTLERS HOTEL AND GATE Meals at all boon H. D. Williams, Prop, y. w. Corner W. 2nd Chestnut Sts. i/sBlock' •*. taternzbaii Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S OATfe Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. B. 308 w. Grand Ave. Pbone Wai. 3645. BERT JOHNSON, Owner and Dyer Oieaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered, ffe do first class work. Ph. WaL 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa h. HaskiM B. «. HwHni "The Store of Quality" HASm DBUa oo. Successors t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 August 1920

:|H (i •m g-ta 1 a M' r-i ifS^ •tig !S3§j-5 I VM 4 im9& vmkjms The Odd Fellow* lodge and Aatloeh Baptisftehnreh held tilth- emancipation celebration at Antiech Baptikt ehnreh Wednesday. The weather was rainy which made the attendance rather •mall. Ihoee who did aot attend mined a treat Attorney Mi* Gertrude Bnah of Des delivered a etreng address* The paper by Mrs. Ewlng, subject, "Emancipation of the 81ave vs. the I'maatipation of Man from Vaunted Sin," was strong in ita points. C. D. Ashford, Luke MeOee, Charlea Biips, A. J. Aahford and Austin Booth, were the committee of arrangements. Dr. Lockwood of the Grace M. E. ehoreh (white) delivered an addreaa in behalf of the Negro and hia advanced acheave meats, sinee January 1, 1863. 8ervicqs were well attended Sunday with one addition to the church. The Piney 'Wooda aingera aang to a full house Saturday night. They alao will be at the church Monday night. The Mary B. Talbert club meeta at the home of Mrs. Ed«k- Coleman, who reside ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 August 1920

'V fc/- ,== 'v* BOOST, PAY And Read Th* I Bystander ,-^XXV •^i-Ssi. fri-ii ,n» Dr. Moton Makes Forceful Address Special to the Bystander: Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 19.—Before a large and appreciative audience which filled the Academy of Music here last night, Dr. Bobert B. Moton, principal of Tuakegee Institue, and president of the National Negro Business league, delivered the annual address of the lpague, which opened a three days' session beginning yesterday morning at the Dunbar theater. Beeounting the achievements of the league under the leadership of its founder and first president, the late Booker T. Washington, ana forecast ing still greater achievements, if the officersand members "keep their heads level" and their ''feet on the ground" Dr. Moton proposed an affiliation of the league with other strong Negro organi zations in order that the work which is being done by the several organiza tions may not be lessened, but that all might be united in a common effort to help bring t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 August 1920

W, II I I -*V 1 HE IWT Ttiimy MIMwa UkVBENCK CL JONES. JAMM B. lfOBBIS.^ BOBEST IX DUBB^*. CHA& M. 8KBDyS£ Jg{| per lino Elsewhere is therfe eoiamas may be foaad as aa interfntiug iaterview giv cn by a yooag toneher from southern Illinois to a representative of the By stander which sets forth typical eoadi t'on that prevail in the pnblie schools of the states bordering the Mason aad Dixon line. It ia however, that eorrieuihiai and equipment are tha i«ne for both raeea. It will be noted that relentless protest brought this about, and this in Illinois. We want no separate sehools in Des Moines. Admit one elasa of discrimination and another follows. Don't let any be pu is the best way to keep out discrim ination. One of oar young men with an Amer ican Legion button on his eost, who while passing the recruiting office of Des Moines was accosted by a sergeant who inquired if he was going to enlist ia the Twenty-fourth or Twenty-nitn infantry. The reply was "No, I was an officer in th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 August 1920

I?'*.4!4-'* |h I I B. tract* °°. Eentals '*i 8*188 tfotary Public W^SM! k*lrscts I|t7 W*!***. I'lOOO Center St -ooms to BM« 7* Des Moines, low*. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Hoars popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. Ujg orand Atlt Phone wta SMB. hum JOHNSON, cleaner and Dyer laiauiing, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Wwk Called for and Dditwi ea do first class work. Ph. Wal. 7874 11108 center St. Des Moines, Iowa a Hwlritos Htrtdns |l "Tha Store of Quality" BASKIN IAV&OO. II Successors to B. I«. Twining prescriptions Carefully Compounded Mail orders on all Preparations promptly Pilled I? W« deliVer jfertbwest Corner Eleventh an4 Cfflta. ATHLETIC BAMBB SHOP Hair Catting by Electricity Cigars sad Soft Drinks Shoe Bhtnlng 019 Center 0. WELDON STONE BROS., Props. L. JACOBS FUBN1TUBE CO. |W11 bn or selL We pay highest prices for stoves and furniture. 221 Locust Street. REMOVAL NOTICE. Br J. Alvin Jefferson announces the removal of Ms offiees from Ninth and IPark streets to Tenth" a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 August 1920

«*, f: :-k B. M: $• W-M: a? .". '.si :'||f :ll w'A 'I" .M IOWA AfciV,. rri*w* ^KimiBIWA I'eity 'I- (Id* Oavia, ageat.) The Suw eehool of the 8ee«d Baptist ehureh held their piai* Thara day. Quito enjoyable tia* vu apeni ia game*. Mr. and Kn. Clttiti Thoaapeon aid 'daugkUr, Iaabell of Clinton are visit ing relatives ia the city. lira. Laura LMikford and parent*, Mr. *nd Mrs. MoMahonwere gueets to la 6 o'clock dinner given at the IpMne of Mr. Kennedy. lira. H. OveU ia ill at her home. Mr. James field is on the sick list itkis week. Mrs. George Lankford left Monday frr her home St. Joseph, Mo. The K. of P. lodge gave a danee Tuesday night. Mrs. Alberta Graham entertained &« fee wing eirele last Friday at her home on Myrtle street. Mrs. Lizzie Marshall and grand daughter are visiting friends in Mis souri. Mrs. Ella Graever, Mrs. A. L. Hawk line and family have returned from Mia souri on a yeek end visit. The Second Baptist ehnreh held iti ]8unday school picnic last Thursday at ^Fran...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 August 1920

feoosr. FAT I And Read The* Bystuder xxv. NO. Sound Financial Advice for Voters Is Not Only Formidable Investor but it Also Creditor of U. a. MTT0T OOH8ZDBB PABTY PLEDGES Damosratle Methods H»r» Inflated Our Currency Beyond All Season. Chicago, Aug. 23.—Aside from, his observation of disfranchisement,' dis crimination and peonage, for which the Democratic party stands sponsor, the colored man should be deeply in terested in the contrast of policies be tween the two big partiea on banking md currency. The American Negro is north $2,000,000,000 now, and while he operates only thirty-five banks, he is doing a considerable banking busi ness with white institutions, and count ing his activities in agriculture, he is one of the largest factors in the pro duction .of the country. Governor Coolidge .called attention to this in his recent speech accepting the Republican nomination for vice pre*:dent, when he said that the "col ored people had loaned to the govern ment $1.Q0 out of every $5.0...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 August 1920

-|\4r tfsX&j??4 »v .tvw-- ,•. kZ™*'. }5^ -i.*., t-.* ut 1, •W v* 1 v-% yj HE tf\. PaMMed «r«r Friday by the Irmm. OOm ia Ctaaieal Buildi Pkeae Walwt SM. V* -EOBBBT D. DUBB. VrJCHAS. M. SHED..™—- n/u# A •DXTOSIAU*. The largest and most complete ex hibit ever seen in Iowa is at the state fair this year. New additions have been made to the buildings and the. grounds as »whole enlarged. Anyone Attending cannot help but be impressed with the livestock exhibits and the "farm products. Every person in Iowa should go. The Bystander would like to see the colored people turn out and lelarn what is befog done. It will be an inspiration to our young people •who are eoming up. Fathers and moth erg owe it to the kids to see that they. are given a chance to see the sights. A BIO ASSET TO DBS MOINES. The Negro population'in Des Moines doubled daring the last decade. Judg ing from the present influx the same mtulti will follow the next. They are coming from all parts but principally from the sou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 August 1920

107 ••vV:'..- *Vi»-* ••. "Bsviiiii' gb «%8EMas»*«»'ifr Salw Rentals & Notary Pablie Lots* Acreage and Improved Property, Tracy Blagburn L. Shelton riionM X. 774. I. 503. Market 1872. 600 Mulberry St. ,.„ ., ,. in W JAMBS B. MOSU8 Attomay at Uwi and Notary PoWi« abstracts Examined, RaalBfUtafoi ij, ~i4Mte *«SV Walaat. Fhoia* W. «»136 OUT EATE DRUOiOO." Willis Wolfe, A. ®."Prop.v Very Bast Drag* City 1000 Center St. Dea Molaaa, &wa Booms to Band by Day or Week. *r Phone Walnut 5779. HUSTLERS HOTEL AND OAFB Meala at all liotuni EL D. Williams, Prop. Corner W. 2nd ft OlieatiMit Bta. y,Block N, Interurban Station, Dea IColnea,' Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Honrs Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. SOS W. Grand Ave. Pbone Wat. 3545. BEBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, BepaMng Work Called for and Delivered, ffe do first class work. Ph. Wal. 7874 1108 2 Center St. Dee Moinee, Iowa H. Fffcim— H. •. tfukini ••The Store of Quality" HASKIN DRUG CO. Snc...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 August 1920

ito 5 0 Al IOWA NEWS *%CXDA* BAKXMI VOTB& ,- (Mia* Queene Boone.) J. Mrs. B. C. Thomas aad graadaoa, Detinue loft Saturday Morning tor Ot ..^timin to visit friends. They will alao Viait in Keokuk before retiming boa*. Mr. Walter Jaekaon ia ill at Morey Ikwpital. Mra. Mattie Perkins left Sunday rlrht for Chillieothe, Mo., to visit rel '•'nrci^ Mr. Bobert Dtrii ot -ferre Haute, lad., ia visiting hia wot, Mra. J. Hf'HOT. Mr O. M. Shaehelfo.e of Ktnaas City -was in the city Thursday and Friday. Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Bowlett en- Ttaiited Mra. J. B. Nelson at a 6 Vlock dinner Tuesday. KM. St. Junes of Speedville, 111, ia visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bowlett. Mra. Fred Oreaham ia visiting Galesburg. Mra. Georgia Flippina of Lincoln, Neb., is visiting ber unele, Mr. Will iam* Bobinaon. Mr.. William Bobinaon and Mra. Geor gia Flippina left Sunday night for Ft. Madison to visit relatives. Mrs. Pearl Mitchell of Chicago ia visiting her mother, Mrs. C'ornie Allen. Mrs. Cornie Allen entertained...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 September 1920

n# •j? 4. f1 •*, I *i BOOST, PAY ,: ''-^.i«',: -4* A" 'l* And Read The Bystander I ,ve- SSSMi jS & •wwdr pr XXV/ No. 20 s\- Masonic Conferenc National Masonic conference for the United States and Canala, when a num be* of present and past presiding offi cers of the O. £. 8. met at the call of Past Inter-State Matron, Inez T. Alston of Florida and organized what is here after to be known as the Inter-National Conference of 4he Administrative de gree among those present being-Mother I„ L. Foye 'of Massachusetts who issued the call which resulted in the organiza tion of the O. E. S. conference in 1907. In this conference Iowa was- also prominent as Past Grand Matron Lonise B. Webb of Illinois, but formerly of Muscatine, Iowa, acted as temporary Secretary and Paat Grand Patron S. Joe Brown, served as chairman of the committee "'which drew up' the consti tution. The' permanent officers are: Presi dent, Inez T. Alston, Florida First Vice President, Alice Campbell, New York Second Vice...

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

ill# I 8 1 14 -. teak Display, per Beading Notieee, per lime Contract rates given apoa. applications. All Advertisements paid for ia advance. Weekly news letter* Must BDXTOBXAXA THZ8 IB VO TIME TO TJkXB CHANGES The Negro mig^t well'look over the candidates that have been nominated by the two leading' political parties and determine who in all fairness should re ceive his^ vote. Ae between nominees republican and democrat, HSrdiag for president and Coolidge for vice president are head and shoulders above Cox and IVxsevelt—don't confuse the latter with the late Colonel Theodore or his son. Then in Iowa we have Hon. N. E. Kendall of Albia, republican, and Hon. Clyde L. Herring of Des Moines, demo crat heading their respective tickets for governor. In choosing candidates for whom he votes the Negro must not only deter mine whether this or that candidate will administer the laws of the state proper ly but also what 'is bis attitude toward us" and what influence will he have in the party ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 September 1920

It, fplSi^lpi! /n: s. **Acrr klaobubn co^ Phones X. 774. 9. 4502. Market 1 |y-« BOO Mulberry St. I-/ DM BUmI #*S Salea Rentals ... Notary Public b» Lota, Acreage and Improved Property. Tracy Blagbum ... J. ShaT Molnaa Street JjOOl B. MORBUS Attorn«ar Lkv *nd Notary ^olik |i Aba*S9* pTaanlnyl, Seal BaUt* f« M7 WalMp. w. Riae OUT RATHDBUO OO^IS Willi* Wolf*, Pfc. G. Prop. T*qr Beat Drugs In OI«# iooo Owtv it. Dea lioinss, Iowa to Bmi by Day or WMk. Phono Wttut 5779. HUSTUPU HOTBL ABB OAFB ICaals at all boon SL Bl ^Vil^ama, Prop, y, v. Corner W. ted Ohaatnnt Sta. VfcBlock V. Interutban Station, Ma Moine* Iowa. JOHNSON'S 0A7B Meals at All Bonn popular Prloes lbt, Joknaon, Prop. 808 W. Grand An. Plume Wai. 3545. BERT JOHNSON, Oloa&er and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivsred. We do first class work. Pli WaL 7874 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa B. H. B. «. £iiUna "The Store of Quality" BASKIN DRUG CO. Successors to B. It. ^Twining prescriptions Ca...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 September 1920

Vfc*. a aisiiii® siii® 0 9«S lif" *%•, i^ 4f Ws? v«^s S 1 •'Kr. -. -I 4 HH 1 if IOWA NEWS OTTUMWA 1TBMB. (Mattie Veasev, agent.) Kn. Alberts Graham and Mrs. Green of 202 Myrtle street are 6n the •lek list. Mrs. Helen Downey and daughter have returned from a visit in Missouri. Zenolila White of Chillieothe, i-JTo., is at the bedside Of her sister, ISrn. Dora Bradshaw. Mrs. Mattie Oreen and children are in Des Moines, visiting. s»" Mrs. Estes of Des Moists is visiting her sister, Mrs. Cropp on Mill street. Mrs. Greenup "and daughter, Mrs. Olrastead of Fairfield are visiting Mrs. Lydia Greenup on Tisdale street. Mrs. Marshall of Fort. Madison is visiting Mrs. George Thomas on Myrtle Mr.' James Field left for Arkansas to- *{frs. Fannie Cropp was hostess to an afterrnoon reception from 3 ft 5 in honor of Mrs. L. Henery of Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Sallie Estes of AXBIA NEWS. Mrs. Burl Woods and Mrs. Anna 'Tomlin of Des Moines stopped off in Albia on their return from St. Louis at the 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. — 9 September 1920

•Wpr ty 'ft BOOST, PAY 2 And Read The Ex-Service Men Sec ond Annual Conve'n NEGRO DELEGATES TAKE ACTIVE PART IN ALL PROOEEDINOS AND SECURE THE ELECTION OF ONE OF ITS MEMBERS AS DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENION. (By James B. Morris.) Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 4.—The second annual convention pf the Iowa department of the American Legion was held in the auditorium at CedaT Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 2 and 3. From the time Col. Tinley, department com mander, gave the order "fall in" until he gave the order ''fall out," there was pep in the meeting. Colored Delegates in Attendance. The convention was' made up of ap proximately fourteen hundred dele gates divided into eleven districts. Des Moines and Polk county were in the seventh district, which included among others the colored delegates from Lin coln post No. 126, in the persons of Jesse L. McGuire, J. Q. Lindsey and James B. Morris, post commander, and" three alternates, Festus Stone, Lovelle Owens and Clarance Harding. The First Days. The b...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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