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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 October 1920

?&• 1 \a? 4 :f«ity 3 f. I** l« ft B3BD OAS ITEMS. Mr. aad Mrs. Thoa. G. Jones and daughter, Mary, and the Misses Thelma •std Luella White motored to Clarinda last 8unday to attend the quarterly meeting services. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Davis motored to Stanton, O., Sunday afternoon where they visited friends, returning to their home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goodlow and job of Horton, Kansas, arrived in the last Saturday for a ten day's visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Fred Beeves of Council Bluffs •Mat last Sunday in the city the guest «C Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones. Kr. Henry Lemrod of Clarinda and a Keakleman friend of his visited at the home of his Uncle, Wm, BalAr of this OttT Sunday afternoon. lb. Chas. Capell has been eonfined to "hia home for the past few days with an of rheumatism. MACON, MO. ITEMS. Macon Woman's Club will meet tefcarday at the home of Mrs. Ellen Ottvar. Mr. B. S. Gipson spsnt last Sunday in Xamnibal. Ra route to her home in St. Paul, Minn., Mis...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

XVI FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER 19 Representation And The South T?.lk of £eapportioo4iig. Quotas, of Con gressmen tic a Result of the New Census. With the result of the 1920 census al most in eight, and some chance of Re publican Administration in charge at Washington, there is already agitation 5ver reapportioning the membership of the House of Representatives. The idea at present seems to be not to enlarge the membership, which is at presont 435. It is urged that already the Ilonse has become physically too nnwioldy to allow efficient work. It requires nearly three-quarters of an hour to call the roll. When the member ship was increased, after the 1910 cen sus, from 393 to 435, it was necessary to toko out the desks in the House and replace them with seats. The hall is uow aJmost filled to capacity. Several schemes are suggested for re apportionment. Under the 1910 arrange ment a member represents 211,877 of the total population of 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. — 4 November 1920

ft». FT" us mSL j£. n»'*rV t, —That vexing QUESTION answered v—that business problem solved (1) (2) t« |(3) pr i~V A paper with a clean policy. I /In the following sizes: 1 •tU* iWlT--" ,? & 'Jt are exceptionally good .values— —directly, accurately and instantaneously. .fefe .-.1'. -t.w All advertisers are confronted wi% three big PROBLEMS. Brief ly fhey are: THE ADVERTISING PROBLEMS WHEN shall I advertise 1 Where shall I advertise! How shall I advertise The BYSTANDER, a paper that reaches thousands of colored peo ple in Des Moines, thousands in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Mississippi, Nebraska and other states, is the mouth-piece through which they speak to YOU.—• (1) Advertise when we get our. money or the most of it, that is— •boat Saturday—let us know that you want our TRADE. Keep adver tising in our paper THE BYSTANDER. (2) Advertise in all the papers but don't forget we will investi gate and buy when you advertise in THE BYSTANDER. Why? be fgnfif, it lets us know...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

K\ |SjX CjJti f-*, I Sol Butler to Study In The East Special to The Bystander.) Dubuque, Iowa, Oct. 28.—Sol Butler, internationally famous colored athlete the University of Dubuque's represen tative to the Olympic games, doesn't in tend to return to school here. Butler is in the city for a short stay before go iny to Hutchinson, Kans., his home. Late this month he is to give a series •f instructions to members of the Chi cago Athletic club, after which he will enter the Pennsylvania law school. Butler's showing in the Olympic games was a disapopintment. Regard ed a sure winner in the broad jump at Antwerp, he failed even to qualify for the finals. During the preliminaries he polled a tendon, which put him out of commission. Butler set a new world's record in the broad jump at Chicago, at the Olympic trials. The phenomenal colored athlete was a student at the University of Dubuque for five years, during which time he not •aly starred on the track, but in foot ball and basketball as w...

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

1/ $ a 4 g' g*v. ,11 Tk«*»dmy *a a*y part ef the Uaited Statea oae year, postage paid •be Moatha Sc^ lima ratea given upoa applications. AdvtrtittBnti paid for la advanee. All matter should be addressed to For the Public By the will of the people of Iowa, expressed at the polls on last Tuesday, Uaited States Senator Albert B. Cum miiML a commanding figure in American public life, one who has always been the tried and true friends of the com people, has been re-elected senator this state and the Honorable Nate E. Kendall of Albia, a former legisla tor and congressman, a man of unques tioned integrity and great ability, has been elected governor. Iowa is to be congratulated on their choice of these men and the other splendid citizens wh have called to the service of the state HOVSB CUBANXNO ABOUT DUB IN WASHINGTON Mar eh 4 a lot of persons who have held sway at Washington for the last eight yean are going to be retired. There is going to be a thorough house cleaning at the national ca...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

11 itii W &£? P. iu. ^toitn^giteB^i|» applications. Tor tbe Public Serviee. By tbe will of tho people of Iowa, expressed at the polls on last Tuesday, United Btates Senator Albert B. Cum mins, a command in figure in American publie life, one who has always been the tried and true friends of tho com mon people, has been re-eloctod senator from this etate and the Honorable Nate 3S. Kendall of Albia, a former legisla tor and congressman, a man of unques tioned integrity and great ability, has been elected governor. Iowa is to bo congratulated on their choice of these men and the other splendid citizens wh have called to the service of the state. HOUSE CLEANING ABOUT Besides the "movies," the theatre has a fine stage, well arranged for vaudeville. Some of the leading vaude ville shows will appear upon this stage during tbe winter season. The theatre is run by Banks & Bobison. The build ing that houses the theatre contains an undertaking parlor, a drug store and thTee other store...

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

•, •,-,' .,•••., ,.V.. ,l( v..,•... ., .... ..„• ••,. ^.j»( Mrs. Mary Coalson has the unique dictinetion of being the highest salaried woman of our racc in the em ployment of state, city or county. Dur ing the administration of Ben Woolgar and Jaehson Mrs. Coalson was appoint ed policewoman of the city. Her main duty was to look after the welfare of her own people, but she has in many in stances helped individuals of tho other racc. Her reappointment by Mr. Mar shall Miller, of the safety department, was very gratifying to the colored peo ple of the city. Mrs. Coalson, prior to hor present duties as policewoman serv ed as matron during several sessions of the Iowa state legislature. Mrs. Coal son is the widow of Wm, (Billy) Coal son, who for a number of years served as private -messenger to tho governors of Iowa. HOT work here in the city has been a success from every viewpoint anT"her methods of helpfulness have been copied by other eities in their reforms for tho betterment of the...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

Ffcfe-'". -.. -v. I Li &£.••'' ~S ifcV I ^..-v X" -s-r.-' ?pww^ »«/.! -, s«w»*y1.• !/,}'p' Mrs. Mary Coalson. has the aniquo dictinetion of being the highest .salaried woman of our race in the em ployment of 8tatPj city or county. Dur ing th© administration of Ben Woolgar and Jaehson Mrs. Coalson was appoint ed policewoman of the city. Her main duty was to look after the welfare of her own people, but she has in many in stances helped individuals of the other raco. Her reappointment by Mr. Mar shall Miller/-of the safety department, was very gratifying to the colored peo ple of the city. Mrs. Coalson, prior to her present duties as policewoman serv ed as matron during several sessions of the Iowa estate legislature. Mrs. Coal «n is the widow of Wm. (Billy) Coal son, who for a number of years served as private messenger to the governors of Iowa. Her work here iu the city lias been a success from every viewpoint ancThcr methods of helpfulness have been copied by other eities in th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

'RhwimaHswi 3k ItMkliUb Hon* Tmt *y Om Who HmI MhM br KaM ..ill—. I wffwd —. ......w— mmww know, 5 far v-fA owr ikm ViMK. I ndwadr after MHdjr, ud doctor WW iiilwTwt aw mM aa I noalnd waa Mv tMvamrr., fhidr, I bond a raautdr llul •il naMtMr, and It baa atrwr ratoroad. IJ»W »liaa it to ante who ware terribly •WvMi Mi avaa badriddea with rtwmnatfm. MM at thai 70 toM pin old, and raaolta wera aaaM aa in ajr own eaaa. l,_yaat awi acgarar tnaa any fom of rtwo- Ihli Kins baaliac mC aiaiptr ad »«r will and it fraa to trr. Ml it haa HM«a itaatf to aMaaaaCaattiac(M o* ,rss.tu". aadt addraaa aad I svszs&z? Mod tba prioa of It, jwm ikNMrtlM^ raa au Mod the prioa at It. mMkW •ailiiaUiiij. I da Mwm row fflrt'wff'ISa wSwratit |M Ma. MQ, TEACHING THRIFT XN PUBUO SCHOOLS. The school board of Norfolk, Va., ia ••successfully promoting thrift among the children of that city aa to attract attention in other states, North and Booth. YThe simplicity of their methods and the results speak for tflemsel...

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

*••".•'ISBfW1'' NOTICE. Those who desire the service of Key. 8. 0. Crutcher, the worldwide evaage list will address Ber. H. O. Clay brook, 1661 Buchanan St. Dee Ifoinee, Iowa. Reference cheerfully furnished. TTJSKEGEE INSTITKTE KEWS NOTES Several young men of the Tuskegee Institute student body who served in the United States army during the great World "War, have been awarded Y. M. C. A. scholarship* for thiH scholastic year. Prof. George W. Carver was the only colored speaker at the recent meeting of the Peanut Growers Association which met in Montgomery, Alabama. Prof. B. F. Hubert, director of the agricultural department, attended the convention of the American Country Life Association, which was held at Springfield, Mass., Oct. 17. convention of the A To encourage .nv«u»u- W. encourage Mr. Monroe N. Work, Director of the Beeords and Research Department and editor of the Negro Year Book, attend ed the meeting of the National Urban League which was held in Newark, N. J., Oct. 23....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

£5* $? 4 f'»'. It e* a. SJG M. MOR BLAOBTHTN 00. BMl'SsttlW' 1 "•4"*WHt BtnUitt Vtury Public. If^AeHageanA ImproTsdVrepert* &'.VH» Blagburn, J. Sbelton WlMiM 774 B.460R. Market 1878. ",' iS ££?at£t rx. ,S r-ri. YOU i*KK" Heard About It Akvt yoa hMrd about it. Ton will ltv« dhanoa to bcqr lota in Beautiful Xtlewood. Lots soil $36 each, 4 lots VMM. 9184)0 contract and 96.00 per •MM. sold Dr. Booker, Mr. Blag lan, Mr. J. O. Brown, MT. Bailor of cttjr la one of the first to buy lota they war* sell for 919.00 wflTfee In Dm Motesst Iowa week, JPsv. & will stop at Mrs. Fields, 760 Bswiitt street. Call ma. Phone Bod WO. Speclfil Bop. J. J* Carter of the Idlewild Resort Co. Chicago, 111. JAMBS B- MORKI8 Attorney at 1m and Notary Public Abstracts. Examined, Beal Estate foi dais. SQ1 Seventh St. Phone, WaJjiut 899 OUT BATE DRUG CO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Vary Bast Drags In City SMO Center St Des Moines, Iowa JOHNSON'8 CAFE l\: Meals at All Honrs popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, P...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 November 1920

m. m. fiMnr BuuKiralr oo. Wm, VMtrr tnblie. MUC Imwwd lnyliqi. J. Sbalton %W[»i|l»ra mm*% 77*. 9.400ft Market 1878. &Q9 Mnllwcxy it ms7 -t"w HAVE YOU Heard About It yon h^ud about it. You will W*» achanoe to bay lota in Beautiful Klmrood. laots sell at |36 each, 4 lota OiQjOO. 918.00 contract and $6.00 per MM,: sold Dr. Booker, Mr. Blag 1. O. Brown, M*. Bailey of city la one of the first to buy lota yfbm tbey were sell for $19.00. «m be In Dae Moines, Iowa week, ft, I will stop at Mrs. Fields, 760 lhriilli street. Call me. Phone Bed 4K&&. 8gwl)d Rep. J. I*. Carter of the idlewild Resort Co. Chicago, III. JAMBS MORRIS Attorney at and Notary Public Abstracts. Examined, Beal Estate foi dale. 201 Seventh St. Phono, Walput 899 OUT BATE DRUG OO. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Vary Bast Drugs In City USD Canter St. Dm Moines, Iowa *»v* t*v JOHNSON'8 Ca£b Meals at All Honrs Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop. Grand Ave. Pbons WaL 8645. BERT JOHNSON, OI'vner and Dyor Pressing, 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. — 11 November 1920

:»n W ».* «,. 9 .-• •'V DES MOINES BRANCH p-^::i ~:l-':^ ~'f ^.'i.! '^.^s gP^f'' THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO -'. RBAD THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO. 20 Lieutenant J. "Williams Clifford, for mer officer of the 367th infantry, 92nd division, A. E. F. who for over a year has looked after the interests of colored servicemen in the bureau of war risk insurance recently tendered his resigna tion as their special representative be cause of continual limitations of his official duties by prejudiced southern white superiors. Upon interviewing Lieutenant Clifford, he said: "Little by" little certain officials in the bureau of war risk insurance have attempted 'to give my Bection trouble simply because of their hatred for the Negroes. Upon on© occasion it was claimed that a personal letter was sent oat from my office in a franked enve lope without a stamp, although the en-, velope was never produced. Another time I was ordered to stop signing let ters written in my secti...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 November 1920

'%r- .'• Wi W- 1 1 1 *, h. "'"v':,, '.- FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO RBAD THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO. 20 Lieutenant J. "Williams Clifford, for mer officer of the 367th infantry, 92nd division, A. E. F. who for over a year lias looked after the interests of colored servicemen, in the bureau of war risk insurance recently tendered his resigna tion as their special representative be cause of continual limitations of his official duties by prejudiced southern white superiors. Upon interviewing Lieutenant Clifford, he said: "Little by little certain officials in the bureau of war risk insurance have attempted to give my section trouble •imply because of their hatred for the Negroes. Upon one occasion it was claimed that a personal letter was sent eut from my office in a franked enve lope without a fitainp, although, the en-, velope was never produced. Another time I was ordered to stop signing let ters written in my section to colored soldiers, and friends be...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 November 1920

£&> a .... 5fotie«s, rates gi' v.character 1 P" Ma- m~" )BEBT D. DTTBB, ^$HEA& M. SHED. ABB YOU INTERESTED If you are interested in this issue of THE BYSTAsNDEB, please say so. Say it out loud. Say it where your friends will -hear, ae that they will become in forested too. If you are NOT a sub' aeribor to THE BYSTANDER, please say so.. Say it with $1.50 by a check j, er money order or whatever is the most convenient way. COLORED VOTERS DESERVE PRAISE The tremendously large vote cast by Negroes throughout the country and especially in the northern and pivotal states proves that the race is becoming conscience of its strength demonstrates willingness to co-operate and co-or dinate our forces f«r a given aim. Race solidarity is more to be desired daring the present crisis in our racial career a than political "expediency." Without solidarity there can be no recognition nor regularity. The Bystander wishes to thank the pastors of Iowa for the great aid ren dered the cause in ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 November 1920

vaew 'n m: m&mUm VOTICSL Those who desire the service «f Ber. a O. Crufchsr, the worldwide eruifee U«t trill address •., ,•:»» l«r. H. O. OliiteHk, 1661 Bnekuu M. Dee Meine*, lews. Reference cheerfully furnished. BXJBJUDTOTOK VBWB. Services at the Methodist church last Sunday were well attended. The ser mm of the day were delivered by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. H. B. Bhononenee Three additions to the church. Collec tion for the day, $98.70. Mrs. Gertrude Bhonenee and son, Charles, arrived in Burlington Tuesday from Kansas City. A reception honoring Bev'. H. C. Bhonenee and family was held Tuesday evening at the church and was a grand sueeess. The Pastor'« Aid Society, who had I charge of the reception cleared $35. On Wednesday evening a surprise party was given on the pastor and family. It was a grand success. Mrs. Thetha Graham, 516 South Sixth street gave a Hallowe 'en birthday party in honor of her little daughter, Lillian. Thirty-five young people were invited A committee of f...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 November 1920

Br. fUtm s, t"^ •P. i*. a B.4Mi 809 MttKbCOT Bfc. 1)« ftlMi Unit HAVE YOU About limrd abort tt Ton win to boy lota in Beautiful sell at 935 each, 4 lets contract and 96.00 per MI4 BoekerT Mr. «ta«. 1, O. Brown, Mr. Bailey of city la on* of the first to boy lets tlME* wfcen tbey were aoll for 919.00. 1 will be in Dei Moines, Iowa week, Vat. «. I will stop at Mrs. Fields, 760 JSlerenth street. Call me. Phone Bed m(t. Special Rep. J. JAMBS M0BBX8 Ltm and Notary Public far St. Phone, Walnut 899 9OT XATB OBTTO CO. Willie Wolfe, Ph. O. Pro*, •ecy Bast Drags is City St. Dee Moines, Iowa 4- JOHVSON'S CATS Meals at All Bom popular Prices Btfeal Johnson, Prop. Orand Ave. Phone WaL 8546. BBBT JOHHSOK, 0)'*ancr and Dyar Pressing, Altering, lapaMai W«k Called for and Delivered. class work. Vfe. WaL 7374 St. Des Moines, Iowa •Tbe Mora of Quality" HASXIir DRUG CO. tta. D~r.cn.,. Am on all Preparations Promptly Filled. Wo deliver. H. W. Cor. 11th Ac Center. AnUTIO BASBBA SHOP Bair Cutting by Blactr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

$*• f„ ,\ Jl' .„"U" I4:i( VOL. XXVI. N#. 21. New York,' Nov. 3.—Announcement from the Ku Klux Klan, with head quarters in Atlanta, Ga., that they are planning an organization for the north beginning this month an$ a parade of the members of the society through the city of Jacksonville, Fla., were the outstanding events this week in the event of the cracker south to revive this infamous organization. Announcement of New York branch was contained in a letter written to a business man. who wrote for informa tion about the society. The! communication was written from the "Imperial Palace of the Invisible Empire of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Atlanta, Ga.,-'' and was signed by Edward Young Clarke, imperial Kleagle." "We expect to start ail. organization of work in New York state in Novem ber,'' the writer said. "We have in mirfd about 300 men in New York City whom we expect to honor by bringing into the initial organization in New York City. We are receiving letters from Maine, Illi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

iii 5 lltfc for ioi SfS-.. a E( Jose Pr light eat E ted." errft own, ea ea at 2175 ec I 1 o. fc Stt 'v Vf. 1 .. "Think and Thank" Suggested Motto for Nation Today TMrik and Thank" was the motto qpe* tie family crest of the great He pfatlanthropigt Sir Moses Monte- Bt would be an appropriate il motto for America today, two tittle English words, differ­ ing a single rowel, were originally WH iHiiIL, Id the Anglo-Saxon tongue, a "thank" was a "think." Thanking comes from thinking, and -thankful ad flunks from Uft/uglitfulness and giving from thought-giving. This will be a season of unusual thanksgiving— tpT we are made to think as we have not been wont to think. It will be very selfish soul that this season fails to think of the sorrows and the •offerings of others. Look back at that first American Thanksgiving. Strange skies, sparse settlements, sparse larder, savage ^n emy, bnt tliankful spirit! What makes the memory of the Pilgrim so pre dons? His thankfulness 1 As Howell puts it: "...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 November 1920

$ Wrl** fa' 't Xxnprev* Tear lMffwtlott. If yoa hare weak digestion eat spar ingly of meats, let at least five hoars elapse between meals, eat nothing be tween meals. Drink an abundance of water. Take one of Chamberlain Tab lets immediately,after supper. Do this and you %ill improve your digestion. Got Her Good Health Out of a Bottle. iaxi Service Joe Hillard's ROYAL TAXI SERVICE Is at your Service at all Times Call W. 2173 TJHE DUDLEY THEATER' 209-211 North Second Street St. Joseph, Mo, Mrs. Ohas. T. Phelps, Proprietress. Serious Results from Colds. Colds not only cause a tremendous financial, loss but are also serious in­ jury to every one who contracts them as they lower the vitality and prepare the system for the more serious dis eases. It is not at all unusual for peo pie who have serious lung trouble to say "I had a hard cold last winter." Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cure your cold while you can.—Adv. Roy E. Handy J. W. Bland Handy and Bland Funeral Director Go...

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