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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

r 1r 3 J 4 4C C THE ooLOJtiID AMERICAN AStiINeTON n < < I An n Alabama Fabling PaM mei i I J Ji Bryan BryanAh Ah if the Old Lady keeps that up she wont do a thing to the Darky THE T HEUNIKON UNION UNIONSAVrNGS S SAV AV INGS T BANK BANKMoves BANKMoves BANKMoves Moves Into New And Enlarged Quar Quarters Quarters uar uarters ¬ ters And Begins Business on a Larger LaigerScale LalgerI LargerScale Scale ScaleThe ScaleThe I IThe I The Union Saving Bank is one of the themost theI themost themost I most active se t va and aggressive institutions institutionsof of 0 f its kind in the t he District of Colombia ColombiaIts Ct O lambie lambieIta Its 0Its bnsinesshas business has increased at such a rap rapid ra raId a j jace id Idand pace ace that it has moved into larger largerand largerand s and more commodious quarters in the theBond theJ theBond I Bond building 14th street and New NewYork NewYork NewA J > A York Ave The 1he ofleers of this eorapa eorapany Qompany eomPany ny are Fran...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

h x f fi fI fs4 i I s4 11 y tit s I t i ieo Ifir eo 4 8 a a i 1 t O N e G f y yVOL VOL 9 NO 10 WASHINGTON WASHINGTONDC D DO G SATURDAY SATURDAYJUNE JUNE 8 81901 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS i SOLVING THE PROBLEM PROBLEMThe PROBLEMThe PROBLEMThe The Meeting uf Tha Th Sixth Annual Confer Conference Conterence ¬ 1 ence to Study The Negro N egt 0 Problem ProblemAdvancement ProblemAdvanCfment ProblemAdvancement Advancement Alongall Lines of Edt Education Edtclion EthcationThe ¬ cation cationThe The Number of Negro Teachets Teach Teachers Tfachers ¬ ers and Pupils of ScocI Flight of f Ora Oiatory Oratory OratorY tory and Gala Days DaysAtlanta DaysAtlanta DaysE E Atlanta Ga Special SpecialThe Tlie past pastweek pastveek pastweek week has been one of blessed memory in things educationary racial develop development developluent developetc ¬ ment etc etc In Atlanta Tuesday lues ay j tI th tIM 28th was the sixth annual Atlanta tc Conference to study the Negro Prob ¬ I isms The conference was vas held...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

i t s F s 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASfflNGlOH W AstnN GT ON D G i THE FLORIDA HOLOCAUST HOLOCAUSTMrs HOLOCAUSTt HOLOCAUSTMrs HOLOCAUSTMrs t Mrs Victoria Earl Matthews Gives a Pen PenPiciure PenP PenPicture Picture P c ure of the Horror and Suffering SufferingAfroAmericans SufferingAfroAmericans SufferingAfroAmericans AfroAmericans Lose Much 1uch but are areLoyal areLoyal areLoyal Loyal and as Usual Bear the Brunt of ofBurden ofBurden ofBurdenRelief Burden BurdenRelief Relief Wok Wo k by the Women WomenDeeds WomenDeeds WomanDeeds Deeds of Heroism HeroismJacksonville HeroismJacksonville HeroismJacksonville Jacksonville Fla FlaSpecial Special My li liknowledge fy knowledge of the relief work w orb in detail detailis d detailis tail tailis is confined to Boy Boylan Ian Home In com cornPanY company company pany with others from the Home I Isaw Isa Isaw saw sa y much of o f the fire and the awful awfuldestruction a awfuldestruction riul riuldestruction a destruction wrought among our r peo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

t j THE COLORED AMERICAN A L1 WASHINGTON IX D G 3 AT A Aas T THE GREAT FALLSi FALLS FALLSNiagaras I i Niagaras Niagar Niagarcan as Banner Season SeasonEha Ens Eh PanAmeri PanAmerican Pan ulen ulenft ¬ ft can Exposition Will ba a Drawing DrawingCard Dr Drawir wir g gCardIn 11 Card CardIn In the Social Soc zI l Woild WOJldNfwS WoildNewsNotes News NewsNotes d 1d 1 Notes NotesNiagara Notesf NotesNiagara f I I Theare The Thebotela Thei Thehotel 1 Niagara Falls N Y Special i hotel hotelsE are open for the summer which whichis t E is s a a month mOD th in advance advan ee of former sea seasons seaf seaThe ¬ f sons The Thes TheCataract Cataract House dining room roomis Toomis is under theE the vt teran leadership leader hip of Mr MrE 1irE E W V Harper headwaiter the Mar Marsion Mart MarSion t sion House Brooklyn Brooh yn N Y Mr R RHenry RHenry RHenry Henry Lewis is is his affable second secondIthaca secondf f Ithaca Nwatch N Y John Hi 1 captain morr morrmg morIi morrlg > i mg lgIthaca n ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

j ABHING N V G f AMERICAN W 1 1i i 4 T ME E COLOfcJSD = I AN INDIANA TOWN TOWNThe TOWNThe TOWNt TOWNThe t The Enterprise En telprise of Evaasvilles Afro Afroln1 Ameri American meri merican n ncan ¬ can Citizens CitizensRev Rev J D Rouse a aGifted aGifted aGifted Gifted and Eloquent Divine DlvineBlacks DlvineBlacksHotel Blacks BlacksHotel 7s 7sI I Hotel and Those Who Havd Made It a aSuccess aSuccessltIvEr aSuccessRiver SuccessltIvEr Success River Ntws No Noes NoesJEvansvi NoesEvansvi es esEvansvi Evansvi 1 i Ind t Saecial SoeclalRev S Bev J D DKouae DRon DRoue Kouae Ron e occup p ea a fl l lrark l ce ia tbe trout troncrark trontrap rark rap k of the most success 8n Eucessful ce8srul ful pastors pa ton and andruloit andTuloit andruloit ruloit orators in fhe state stat of Indiana ludianaB IndianaBrn B Brn rn in i n Hend 1rI erid rr rs s Ill > n Ky L Y November IS ovember 15 b 1851 1851o1 of slv 61 slave ve pleats upon the thqthe th ththe thethe the f tRIm aim h 11a rennintd reffi re...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

v J u a + THE COLORED Corrn n AMERICAN AM RTC AN W WAR ABHINGTON TfN T D a LI 5 t THE BANNER YEAR YEARTuskegees YEARTuSktgees YEARees Tu Tuskegees skeg ees Annual Report Shows a Flat Flattering Flattering tering teringTu Increase and most Startling StartIiD g Re Resuits Resuits suits s bits Twentyeight Inanstries and Su Siiidents Sudentc dents from Many States and Climes ClimesThe lIimesThe The Friends Friendsall ends of Indus Industrial rial Education EducatiooBally EducationRl1y Bally Way all in a most Suh Substantial tantill Way WayOratorical WayOratorical Oratorical Oratorical Contests and Blind Tom TomNotes TomNotes TomNotes Notes NotesTuakegee NotesTuskegee Notesueke f Tuakegee T ueke h ee Ala R Special RpecialThA The Task Tuskrgee TuskFlItee a gee gee Normal Normalat and a1d Industrial Indu8 rial Institute Institutejjas IQitttutnaB a naB jtPt jn Juthe at t closed oloBerlll ltd twentieth yoar yuarone yuaroneot one oneof e of orI the most successful SGcceQs swcce ° stul ul iu i...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

1 6 THE TH COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C A SUCCESSFUL KANSAN KANSANI KA SAN SANI I McCorker1 Pays a Deserved Tribute Tributeto to St Joses Most Successful Afro AfroAmerican AfroAmerjc AfroAmerican American AmericanIb Amerjc n nIt Ib is hardly necis nest s sarp ary to recites recitesmans recite 8 8mana amans mans biography till he bas become becometruly becometrlJly becometruly truly great or has done done something in inthis illth18 in inthis this war Wl r d worthy of respectful con consideration CODsidpratioll consideration ¬ sideration Tbe people are not inter interested interested interested ¬ ested in a maa ma 3 simply eim ply because bestairs be hestaifcs bestal stairs stal tu a newspaper er they admire him himmore himmore himmore more shotl t he possess the braias wits wit1which Wltwhich witswhich which to edit ed it and push it itIn ItIn itr In our estimati esH e8t i mati lust i n Chail r 1 33 s J Phelps JPbelpsof Phel ps psofSt of ofSt Su S Joseph t Mo d skives S Ives resp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

T r ti tiAMERICAN x mE COLORED AMERICAN W ASmNGTON A D a 1l r rI I I I I i ii i iillllln iillllln11lason I IEditor = Editor Ea itor of the 11lason la onic c Ccll1mnEsFit Ccll1mnEsFitpro i pro Light Li g t1t Lodlle IJa age No 6 F A and A AM M is located at Pine Buff Bu A Ark rk It is iso i t Mne of toe oldest Lod2e in tne state statefiB o ne e 0as fiB Its number will Indi indicate ate During Duringls 1 ls s history it bas numbEr rd d Among its itsmem itsof mem members berR some someof of the beat cc 1 red men menof of the South Its present membership membershiphisd 18 i a not a whit wht whti bt t behind be hisd its former IDem IDemberablp berablp i in in the t b e prominence of is m mem members m mberB berB belD being cowfosed of doctors law lawyers l w wyeTS profePBors rofeRg ors and College prefieots PreFidentsmen prefieotsmen yers P yeTS men of wetb weal h some ot t the he rIchest rIchestthat richestthat that the country affords It boasts 01 rfg 01baving W rahiptul1tlas rahiptul1t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

fi iT D G C AMERICAN WASHINGTON 8 THE COLORED i a JQe IIe Colored ColoredPublished 71lIlericaI 71lIlericaIf J1nieriea J1nierieaa f Published Pnb1I hed bv FEE COLORED Coi oED AMERICAN A ERIOAN Pub Publishing Pnbl1sbUlg Publisbing lishing Company CompanyA A NATIOI NATIONAL AE NE NEGRO + UtO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERPublished NEWSPAPERPublIshed NEWSPAPERPubtlahed Published every Saturday at 459 C CSt 8t N V VWashington W WWashIngton WWashington Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION CSUBSORIPTION CI SUBSCRIPTION I i BATES BATESOne RATESOne R TES TESOne One year X200 X200Sin 200 200Six 200Six Six months monthsThree 110 110Three 110Three Three months 60 60INVABIABLY 60INVARIABLY 0 0INVARIABLY INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANOEBub ADVANCESubscriptions Subscriptions Bub crlption may be sent by postofflce postofflcemoney pOBtotncemoney postotticemoney money order express or by registAred letter letterAll letterAll letterAll All communications for publication should shouldbe shouldbe shouldb...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON B > 1 9 Washington Washin tor1 and the LiliptitiariS E Resolved that Booker Boo kar T Washington W is 5s not one of the greatest Negroes Negroesin N Nggr 9groes 9groesin Des Desin in the world worldPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pbiladel phia Conference I Bathing at Atlantic City CityThe CityThe I IJ ITbe J The colored visitors to Atlantic City Citythis CityI I i this season will have advantages a which whichthey whicbI whichthe I they the have never nad in such a full fullmeasure fullmeaure I measure me ure Mr George H Walls has hasopened hasI I l opened up a first rst class bath house with withall I all modern improvements and five hun hundred hUDdred hundred ¬ dred bathers can be accoruodat accoraodated ed at atonce atonce atonce once There here is a second story Ftorv for ob obpervationand obpervatlon obPervation pervationand pervatlon and a glance a1 a tbeannoucce tbeannouccement the 9nnou c ce cement cemeat ment on another p gp will convince convi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

10 THE COLQBED COLORt m AMERICANA WASHINGTON R 01 REV J W SIMPSON Cambridgeport Mass A PRACTICAL MINISTER MIKISTERKey MINISTERRey MINISTERRev Key j W Simpson a Leading Divine of ofCambridge ofCambridge ofCambridge Cambridge Massachusetts MassachusettsRev MassachusettsRev MassachusettsRev Rev 3 J W Simpson whose oratorical oratoricalpowers cra craoric1powers oric oricplJwers powers have placed pl ced him in the front frontranks frGntranks frontranks ranks among our pulpit orators was waQborn wasborn wasborn born in CreviJlie Ohio 0 hio March 1 1873 1873His 1873HIs 1573His His mother soon after the death of his hisfather hISfather hisfather father moved to Chicago Ill where wherehe wherehe wherehe he received his early earl education While Whileattending Whileattending 7 hile hilet t attending the training school of that thatcity thatcity thatcity city his health was not the best and he hedecided bedecided hedecided decided to take up his abode in another anothersection anothersection...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

M Y THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D C 11 a s I CL i I t tlf rWjfj IJ i l1ii c tz IW IWI Jtf JtfI = It Af f I nlld j jI I I lIrr J t r II l t r 1 I i f Ly W f r ct ctI l liii4dLt I 0 tj t tfllJII i 1 1f 1E 1zooceded I 1 I iii4dLt f 1 I i O 1 i 1 1 1IJJ1l I fJnf JA f c = n 6 r 7 o oJ j J r j J Jr r I lJ lJI = = = I f I E I It ltmu must t be beto coiceded that Wasbing Washington Wasbington ¬ 1 I ton to n at last sst has a aa good ball haileam f earn What Whata I a positive relef r E1ei from the ragged aggrr aggrrgations aggrgat10ns aggrfE E gations g ations that it i t bas Jas always al ways been this thispublics thISI I publics lot to go up against The fanso fans fansare fa s sare o are all a t 1 correspondingly c rres p pdoubtful and ing1y happy It ItQ ItQI i idoubtful is I doubtful if the gate receipts r ceipts a ff flbrd Ord rd Mr MrManning MrP Ir IrI I P I Manning half the p p1ea eaure ea ure as the gamedoes game gamedoes gameI I does the cranks Rs s it i i a played pl yed by ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

F D DO 0 AMEEF5AN WASHINGTON 12 THE COLORED CuresWeak Curesi Cures CuiesWeakMon i Weak WeakMon WeakMonFree Hi Hiinsures Men MenFree Free FreelnBures ynanr insures s Love and a Happy Home HomeFor HomeFor HomyFor < For All How any man may quickly cure himself himselfafter hlmRelfafter himselfafter after years oi suffering from set se J ual ualweakness ualweaknesslost weakness weaknesslost weaknesslost lost vitality night losses varicocele etc etcnd etcn4 etclnd lnd nd enlarge enlar e small weak organs to full size sizeIi 81zeL sizeL L W KNAPP Mand M 14and V Vand and vigor Simply send your name and ad address addres8 a1dress ¬ dress to Dr L W Knapp 1811 Hull Bldg JBldgDetroit BldgDotroIt BldgDetroit Detroit Mich and he will gladly send thefree the theIree thefree free receipt with fall direction a so that any anyman anyman anyman man may easily cure himself at home This ThisIs Thisis Is certainly a most generous offer and the theollowing theollowing theFollowing ollowing extracts ta...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

a IIiEr Y z X Xi THE COIflBID AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D Co 1 i i ME W S GIBSON G L3 ON Atlantic City N J A POPULAR HEADWAITER HEADWA1TERMr HEADW AlTER AlTERblr Mr W V S Gibson Headwaiter at the tlieHotel theHotel theHotel Hotel Shelburne All mtic tnl c City N J JProminent JPronllnent JProminent Prominent in th Secret pcret Orders ana and a aPromoter aPron1oter aPromoter Promoter of all Athletic Sports SportsAtlantic SportsArlanUe sportssl A Atlantic sl antis City uiTy7NJSp tt N J Special SpecialMr ciallir Mr W WP WP WP P Gibson whose portrait p > rtrait appears aPp ears in inthis inthis inthis this issue of The Col VOIJled pled American is ieone isone isone one of the best known and most enter enterprising enterprising enterprising ¬ prising of tr tlip large army of hoi hotel el men menIn menIn menin In Atlantic Cihp Cl f Y He has Ugro gro wn up in inthe inthA inthe the hotel so to speak and has worked workedbia workedbi8 workedhie bia way from a meniel position to that thatof that...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

14 THE COLORED AMERICAN W ASmNGTON D Dt C b cra craI Gi I = r SI ca cz o 48 C2D rg CD 44PijiitiiJJp 44PijiitiiJJpcj 1 iZJf iitIiitIJiiIiiJiii1iji1ii1 ca jjI 4iitI iIiI4JII JiiI iiJJ 4t cj I I 1BB N T DBeBIVB il ilI I t To THE COLORED PEGPLE PEOP E OF AlIlERICA R MERICA MERICAKing i it KIng o of all HaIr TODIOS t 4 OZONO f N e e lt lte i 0 0IIJ 0f < f a IIJ IIJt IIJfr Q IIJQ t fr frI I I i I iFOfifE 7 l I7AFTER AFT AFTER BEFORE BEf R H V AFTER ii f J n 0 0n I Recognizing the fact that there are many SOCALLED hair hairgrowers growers and awe aweIf j I If 1 hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing to a certainty that many manyi manyof 1 i of these are frauds i pure and simple we wish t to make a straightforward straightforvardl straightforwardhonest i ihonest l honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In lnthe Inthe 1 the year 1871 our late secretary Mrs S M Moore through a fortunate fortunateor fortunatecircumstance circumstance = acquired the re receipt...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

s sA v i r r r < J I I SHE COLORED AMERICAN A WASHIKGTON9 W SHINGTON BtCl D t1 JI 1 < 0 J HOWARD UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYWashington UNIVERSITYWashington UNIVERSITYWashington Washington D C CrpBH Crr2N Cdistinct rpBH distinct departments under one hundred hundredI hundredcompetent 1 I competent professors and instructorsTheo instructorsTheocal instructors instructorsT Theo Theokwfcal e ecal kwfcal cal Medical Legal College Pedagogical PedagogicalPreparatory Peda ogicai ogicaireparatory og1ca og1cafrepElratory t Preparatory reparatory English Agriculture Industrial aid aadMusical ana analusical aidusical ld Musical usical For Forinformatton P information address addressA addressRev 4 4RANEIN < A Rev J E RANKIN D D LL D i > Presided PresidedGEO Preside PrestdeGEO > t e GEO a H Samoan Secretary SecretaryCollege Secretary7IVeIY SecretaryIy 7IVeIY Iy College o11ege trades tradesALLEGHENY rade radecbool radecIiooL1 cbool cIiooL1 L LALLEGHENY ALLEGHENY ALLEGHENYA PA PAA P A AA A...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 June 1901

i 11 11I ± I AMJmIOANfVASHTNGTON H NC W2 D t i f WA Y am CR OOW1tn l 9107gi AMftlCA I A Wolf W lf in Sheeps Clothing and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh the city He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty POOL MffH M fN fNNew t NH lT N Nn TABLES TABLESNew T l ABLES ABLESSnplei New and a d da c nd Hand HandSupplies HandSupplies Supplies Snplei and cRe RepiaringDrop Repiaring Repiarillg1Iralik1 g grank Iralik1 rank L Cowan tJOVallDrop a aDrop Drop Postal 421 10 St N Nc NA WA W WA A Useful U serul Book BookA BookS BookA S 1 A New ew Negro egro for a New Century CenturyJs Js the til t tilla 11a la of a most useful and attrac attractive attractlve attraetive ¬ tive boc bock k just issued by The AmericanPublishing American AmericanPublishing 4 Publishing House of Chicago 111 The Thebook Thebook Thebook book contains neatly five hundredpages hundred hundredpages bundredp8 pages p8 es bsautif bez1utifuily Uily illustrated and brim brimtai brioilul tai of news and a his...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 June 1901

IIiiii i iI i I I z KECEIVED KECEIVEDVOL EChI VET cI cIr 1 1t 1tcI r 00 1t 1tI r N 1 1r J I I I 1I 1R r R 1 p4 p4e p4s = > a j e s saSao a o oI fcia t a f t 1 I 3 1Il k kf kF N t A l lt I f 1 1l t 1f f l rbtosQ < w wO F V O W A t l pA PIr t l i n i a w wWASHINGTON I WASHINGTON W ASaINGTON DO D O SATURDAY JUNE N E 15 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL 9 NO11 NO A SOUTHERN LEGAL LIGHTProf LIGHT LIGHTProf LIGHTProf Prof B Hoflman ofl n1an Pays a Tnbire Trlbu e to JDouglas J JDouglas JDouglas Douglas WetmoreThe V Vetmore clmore The Leading AfroAmerican Afro AfroAmerican AfroAnlerican American Attorney in In Floridas MetroPolisSuccess Me Metropolis MetropolisSuccess tropolis tropolisSuccess Success tbe Reward of In Industry Industry Industry ¬ dustry Perseverance and General GeneralWorth GeneralWorth GeneralWorth Worth WorthMany Worthfany WorthMany Many years Y 1rs ago a famous writer writerand writerand writeralld and author told that some men are areborn areI areborn areborn I born great ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 June 1901

i 11 = 2 THE T Y E COLOUgO AMERICAN AM AMfE nCAN WASHINGTON W D Th C I i 0 0j I j I j 5 5I DOINGS as OlsT TEE SO A ABY GE GHEJBY BY HERBERT GIBSON GIBSONtIt GIBSONE E > tIt 8 = New York City Special 8peclalA P Pmontbs ec A few fewmonths fewmontbs montbs ago Mr Hammers HammersteiD teiu proT pro proprietor proprietor ¬ prietor P rietor of the Victoria T and Republic RepublicTheatres Repu blic blicTheatres PTheatres Theatres promised to build on the roofs roofsof roofsof roofsof of his two theatres a Roof Garden that thatwould thatwould thatwould would be a revelation and wonder to tothe tothe tothe the theatiical world on the twenty twentyeighth twentyeig tweetSeighth eighth eig th lie opened the Paradise Gar Gardens Gardens Gardensnot ¬ dens densnot not quite completed yet but it itis itis itIs is a wonder to the world It has a aseating aseating aseating seating capacity of three thousand five fivehundred fi fivehundred va vahandred hundred and resembles a Dutch farm farmwith farm...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 June 1901

ii ji jiTH THE TH COLORED AMERICAN A IERCAN WASHINGTON W ASHINGTON7 D G 3 THE PANAMERICAN SHOW SHOWThe SHOWThe SHOWThe The Great Searchlight Shines for All AIIA AIIATriWeekIy AlIATriWeekly A ATriWeekly TriWeekly and Information Bureau BureauFortyt Bureaufortyt BureauFortythree Fortyt Fortythree hree Graduates GraduatesIhe The Buffalo Buffaloanians Buffaloanians Buffaloens anians ant antSocial ens a Thriving Set SetA A Glance at the theSocial theBocial Social Mirror MirrorBuffalo MirrorBuffalo MirrorBuffalo Buffalo N Y Special SpecialThe The great 150 Ampere electric searchlight gearchU ht of ofwhich 01which ofwhich which we have heard was operated for forthe forthe forthe the first time on May With 2I1t11rom from the thelantern theJantern thelantern lantern of the electric tower at the Ex Exposition ExposItion Expoettion ¬ position grounds The weather being beinginclement beings 2 s E inclement there were few on the thegronnds thegronndsbut grounds groundsbut but thoFe tho thosee Fe...

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