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

II IP"iv?| .ftf* JS $ I ?A- •••$$ I I n! CA l|- g{. 6- I OipSl IB Hair Grow- Pii Jr* jfcfei The '.t4 rfor THE fleeting millinery styles the passing seasons left any permanent record of themselves those of the present winter of grace would be remembered for their chic shapes, their soft contours, their rich decora tions and for the amount of handwork Lavished on them. There has not been a time in the memory of the oldest milliner, when there was more chance for the exercise of her ingenuity and craftsmanship or for the exercise of individual taste on the part of herself and her clientele. In shapes, the stfJall and medium sized hats constitute at least three fourths of all the season's product, and about the same proportion ap plies to fabric hats as compared to oth ers that is. hats made by hand of vel vet, duvetyn satin and other millinery materials are in for greater demand thpn ^piy others. It is a milliner's sea wo. A group of foor models, as shown above, embodies the typical, o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 December 1920

YOUTH MUST BE SERVED.Ifv Camera Man—Well, did you find ont the newest of this guy Shakespeare's plays we are to plcturize next? I Director-^-Tes. They've decided "King Lenri* But I don't approve of the selection. You see Lear,is a big character and very exacting and calls for a great actor. Veil on in year? and classic experience, to properly asslm« Hate it. We have no such actor. King Lear is of the patriarch type, very venerable and very very cIJ. Camera Man—Aw, that's all right. We'll \"flx that. We'll play him as he was when he was a young man.—Film Fun. V^__J Two, Points of View. A pessimist "and an optimist 'were discussing life from their different viewpoints, "I really believe," said the former, "that I could make a better wprld my. self." "Well," said the optimist, "that's what we are here for. Now let's get to worlr and do it."—London Answers. Highly Colored. "They say Jiis life is colored by'his moods. Is that so?" "Partly. He is well read and thinks himself the piijk of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 December 1920

r$ 3 H( pou ns or, oftl VK ft I -J. BL ITi XK invil fmL*''• O mm-m mm i:: K, -A o, fi and d, 1 Flu Dm 1 Bn ervii Aut anf '4* 4 or riptid Suit blouses in beautiful pastel shades, and'dress blouses of white or flesh Georgette are in the assortment. Some of them are made additonally "dainty by laces, others are beaded or embroidered. Crepe de Chine aiicL Wool Jersey Blous es Also, 5.98 SWEEPING Our $31.50 Values About 70 men's and young men's suits in good models, mm patterns, and fabrics all A W 43 sizes desirable patterns these are regular $31.50 val ues—these go on sale Thurs day at-— Work Shirts These are our regular stand ard makes and are guaranteed to be full cut and to fit prop erty— $1.45 grades are reduced to— ............... $1.15 $1.95 grades are reduced 1)^* $1.45 OA ^unhrBnAeis Silk Blouses —Worthy Gift Over-blouses of pre-shrunken wool jersey, and fashioned either with Purchased with the Chriaima anoppr'* requfiiasnts in mind, this collection of blouses offers the very d...

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 December 1920

,V Wtji 5W',» IK "1 "vi Tt WILLIAM PICKENS FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDFE VOL. XXVI. NO. 24. Demand Election In- quiry 4. National Association for the Advance ment of Colored People Asks For Federal Investigation. New York City, N. Y., Dec. 6.—A de mand for a federal investigation of the race riots and election frauds in Flor idan and other southern states is being made by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Walter F. White, assistant secretary of the association who has just returned to New York from Jacksonville, Ocoee, Orlando and other parts of Orange county, Fla., where he had been making an investigation of the race riots which took place on election day and during the week following, reports that upward of 4,000 affidavits will be collected and handed to the Department of Justice, showing violations of both state and federal election laws. The work of the mob in Ocoee on No vember 3, he charges, has been...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 December 1920

l4 cA'' .+v%&' Vi ^*fc" Grotu- XftDBKT FAM &1WX BQKNHL ©^Jfcc. ^yiND*8 PARTY. "WeU." said Mr. Wind, "do yon want to come along and join my party "Do we asked the Breeze -Are You All Readyr are," said the "Everyone come Wind, Come, Brothers. "Well, we should Just say, yes." And they whis tled through their teeth and sound ed very happy and cheerful- Til tell you," said the Wind. "I'm going to have a ball game, and well go to the city to play. Are you all ready?" "Indeed we Breeze Brothers, along," said Mr. •'who belongs to my family, little winds and big winds, come, everything that is a relation of the wind." So everything that was a relation of the wind came along and as they were going towards the city Mr. Wind said: "We're going to the city because we can have more fun there and as I go along I will explain to you the rules of the game of ball we will play to day." "We felt Just like a party today," •aid the Breeze Brothers. "Good," said Mr. Wind. "That's the way I like t...

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 December 1920

i-t ,j!r^ ,«- B. TBAOY BLAGBUBN CO. Beal Estate Sales Bentala Notary Public Tjots, Acreage and Improved Property. S. Tracy Blagburn L. J. Shelton phone*D. 774. D. 4602, Market 1872. 609 Mulberry St. Des Moines -Street. THE DUDLEY THEATER 209-211 North Second Street St. Joseph, Mo. Mrs. Oh&s. T. Phelps, Proprietress. Roy E. Handy J. W. Bland Handy and Bland Funeral Director Golden Rule Service Golden Rule Price* Phone Market 1488 1113 Center Street, Des floines, Iowa Wedealiji USED FUNITURE Bought sold on Exchanged GRAND FURNITURE CO. 911-13 Grand Ave Des Moines, Iowa MBS. MABLE BLACKBURN Over 919 Center St. Phone Red 4981. Neatly furnished rooms with bath for transients and by the week. All new furniture and njewly reno vated apartment. A Swell Barber Shop Lady Bafbers If a girl loves a boy that's h^r business. If a boy loves a girl that's his business. If they both love each other that's their business. If your need a. hair, cut, shave, shampoo, shave that's OUR BUSINESS. "A PE...

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 December 1920

*V I srr-p JPhdM Wdant CM. btr«d st the Week. OOm LAUBKNC* C. of iut per line PUT THE BYSTANDER OK GIFT IilST It is out HEGBO ADVANCEMENT. The United States Department of the Interior in its 1917 report has the fol lowing to say on the subject: "No other racial group in the eonntry shows a better adjustment in relations with the white natives than the more than ten million Negroes. In fifty years of freedom illiteracy has decreased from 9C* to 30 per cent. One million Negroes are now farmers either as renters or owners, and a fourth of them own more than 20,000,000 acres. There are 50,000 Negroes in the south in business or pro fessional pursuits as bankers, lawyers, physicians and other lines than farm ing. They own more than a hundred banks." Today throughout the nation Negroes own 700,000 homes. There are five hundred colleges and higher in stitutions of learning worth in equip ment and endowment $22,000,000. There are 1,800,000 Negroes in public schools. There are 45,000 churche...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 December 1920

-M,: Mi .' k# \'f •"•1 Silk Shirts $10.00 and $15.00 Values 48.75 Compare them, silk for silk, pat tern for pattern, cut for cut, and tailoring for tailoring with any silk shirt for which you may have paid $13.50, $15' or as much as. Mrs. 8. Joe Brown spoke and Mrs. W. H. Griffin played and Mrs. Lathalia "Washington of St. Paul's choir sang, before one of the community social gatherings of the University Place Church of Christ held at the residence of Atty. Geo. E. Brammar at 1085 West Forty-fourth street last Thursday afternoon, all of which numbers were well received and highly commended by those present. Miss Adah Hyde was hostess to the members of the Mary Church Terrell club Monday evening at her home, 821 Thirteenth street. Mrs. Pearl Thomp son conducted the lesson on interior decorating vmich took up the subject of rugs. The next meeting will be Mon day, Dec. 13 at the home of Mrs. Colleen Joiies, 700 Grandview street. Last chance to sec who's who. Get your tickets early and ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 December 1920

*-T -'-1 Av k" W, I iftv* Grow- "ll HANDICRAFT FOR BOYS fr A. MEELT HALE *y 4. y«»cj' s*a) A fniSMMOBIUE. 1W J—Iwiilfti te f» 1 k«oe«( U* Xf yw Mt «*B aqr irfcali, per is bay mm dwq^ at iton or Awl taf «ttb I'M cm OMke trede tf«r «a*- Jr afeat w*at. Get (fee Ires astern. fwfe tatA mmtx and vasbers that be tmg to tfw wbeel*. tf p»c—ftofr, I» ww *a axle t* mtMteg. or to too abort. to a MtduaMk «r awdWiilir a»d get Ita to tlrad pitet of rod ite ijM teaglb. Ffgmns ft the fflmpfetel m, sad Ftp. Z. S and 4 afcaur detalli «f ft* eoontnctiML BsII* A ted «oo aeeffng nd (Ffz. 2) mm ptcon iMy-t Ib« l«nh nib A wfJl be «W«Tsrfmd by wtaterer hfifdi yoo «fsfa to bar# tike *r. wttte flat of the awf^en wlfl be fixed bar the tbe axiea. y** JVxtr'i* Ij, t.aiied to the side of rails A, ffl^rt tbe bowl framework, and eirjsMkpteee £, Is a far/trtmL I£ the front and war wheel* are of equal diameter, wooden axles and (Fig*. 3 and 4) can be eqa&l titick mw ttae piece* of S-by-4 Fasten tle iron axles to ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 December 1920

WITH THE FUNNY MEN The Way of It. "When my friend was traveling In England he met with a footpad, who ordered him to give up all the pounds he had about him." "I suppose he handed them over with celerity.'' "Not a bit of It. He handed them over with his fists." Analyzing the Situation. "I don't think Reginald Is going to propose, mother, dear." "But, Gladys, he is constantly buy Ing you the most expensive presents." "They are what convince me that he will never be able to rent a flat and pay the first installment on the fur niture." As Viewed In Perspective. "What has become of the old-time political boss?" "The type is obsolete," replied Sen ator Sorghum. "And his authority in political affairs never became broad enough to warrant the title. He was never a real boss. He was merely a profiteer." Experience. **If the applicant for a stenographer's position here Is a married woman, I won't have her." "What difference will that make If she is a good worker?" "Don't matter what kind of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 December 1920

i?M SWi JOB wrkc //v. i\ju &fc 4 ov 7 v+ -0 I Ti 1, 'f'S s? I 'ii.-1 3 *t •":?.?? tfgi! ,-. 4% cf WITH OUR CHURCHB8 VTI PAUL A. ML E. SUNDAY SOBOOZ. NOTJBS Oar school was well attended on the 5th. The primary children were fall of merriment in sotiripatioj^ of Christ* mas. Bat they were all well behaved. We were glad to note the presence of several visitors. We "delight in having our friends diop in, oar door is never closed. It easy when you come to morning service after' dismissal just come downstair** We hold just one hoar. Keep in mind the Christmas tree on the 24th. There will be something for all. Those who are oa the program will De expected to be present early so that the program will be over by' 9 p. m. sharp, as there will be those present who will have a long way to go home, and we arc averse to keeping you all night. The program committee is composed of the following persons: Mrs. B. E Patten, Mrs. G. G. Nichols, Miss Ger trude Parker, Miss Aliee Bolden and Miss Bess...

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 December 1920

-.•Mi. --M JriKZ VOL. for the bad it) S REAP OTHER V^Js xxvi. jsro* lit-" yt 11.1. P. Gharjis Kaffir,, The association also announced it had evidence of the killing of more than thirty Negrpes in elections, in Florida and erf terrorizatioi^ of 3Wgro*vote rs -m the ad|Jthf wS1teh will .be presented, to the jfat. of justice next Friday^r THE DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY MEETS (By the Associated Negro Press.) Columbus, Ohio, Dee, 14.—-The Delta Sigma Theta sorority will hold its an nual convention at Wilberforce univer sity, Wilberforce, Ohio, December 23 to 30 inclusive. Enthusiastic and intense interest among the .inemberes and friends made this approaching event. The growth of this organization of Negro college women seems almost in credible. In seven short years this fraternity has created charters at nine representative American colleges, a chapter of graduate members at Howard university, and a grand chapter of the sorority.,' Its members nowhere counted by the scores and include 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. — 16 December 1920

•I fi­ ll I 'f I ,» I- '3. -if 'J 149 OirV S: 's Gifts Suited to E^er?one IPC A handkerchief or a tie case, or a pair of ribbon-covered shoe-trees make gifts suited to either men or women. The tie case pictured is a length of ribbon folded envelope fashion and bound with gold braid. The handker chief case employs narrow satin rib bon joined) by fancy braid. Satin ribbon is shirred over the shoe-trees. Hadn't Told Th«m. "And what is your new brother's name?" "They haven't found out yet little His Style. "So your son has joined an amateur orchestra. Does he play con amore?" "No, sir he plays the fiddle." rue. "God gives us our relatives." "Yep. But we're partly responsible for the wife's relations we get." Our Ancestors. Howell—Do you believe In the Dar« winian theory? Powell—Stop your monkeying. Exactly. "I have found out we can nave as •pen fire in our library." "That's a grate piece of news." Doubtful. "Do you think that poultry show was a fair one?" "I don't know. It certainly ha-...

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 December 1920

lit' 'iJiS .J .., ®.,-™ ,ii-, -..inir-j. w-riTp '.r.vrf 4 E. TBACY BLAGBURN CO. Real Estate Sales Rentals Notary Public Lota, Acreage and Improved Property. £. Tracy Blagburn L. J. Shelton Phones D. 774. D. 4502. Market 1872. 500 Mulberry St. Des Moines Street. THE DUDLEY THEATER 209-211 North Second Street St. Joseph, Mo. Mrs. Chas. T. Phelps, Proprietress. Roy E. Handy J. W. Bland Handy and Bland Funeral Director Golden Rule Service Golden Rule Prices Phone Market MRS. MABLE BLACKBURN Over 919 Center St. Phone Red 4981. Neatly furnished rooms with bath for transients and by the week. All new furniiure and newly reno vated apartment. A Swell Barber Shop Lady Barbers If a girl loves a boy that's her business. If a boy loves a girl that's his business. If they both love each other that's their business. If your need a hair, cut, shave, shampoo, shave that's OUR BUSINESS. "A PEACEFUL SHOP" Mrs. B. J. Roach & Mrs. O. V. Sweeney, Props. 923 Center Street. HOTEL Williams 215-17 WEST ...

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 December 1920

rn* Ir'1' .1 :f' i! '.a 11 I II THE LAUBENCE C. JONES 1' mm Months Display, per ice* Beading Notiees, per lias Contract rates given upon applications. AH Advertisements paid for ia ad ranee. CHBISTMAS GREETINGS. Now, as the gracious and happy sea son of Christmas time approaches. The Bystander takes this opportunity to ex tend to everyone of its readers those friendly greetings and hearty good wishes we should be so happy tp express to each of yoo face to face and band in hand on Christmas morning. I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.—D»ek- THE PLEASURE OF READING. What art- the objects men pursue in reading. Tfcey are these: Amusement, instruction, a wish to appear well in so ciety, and a desire to pass away time. Now even the lowest of these is facili tated by reading with method. The keen ness of pursuit thus engendered euriehes the most trifling gain, takes awav the sense of dullness in details, and gives an interest to what would otherwise be mos...

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 December 1920

,x ,v -,'V '-SV.v ,v •„,,' I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Edmunds of 1410 East Eighteenth street are the proud parents of a baby girl born Dee. 7. Mother and child are doing nicely. The Callanan Industrial club met Wednesday with Mrs. Gus Nichols. On next Wednesday afternoon the ladies •will enjoy their annual Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Henry West. All members are urged to attend. Rov. S. Bates, Rev. G. W. Robinson and Rev. E. G. Green returned Saturdaj' from Burlington where tliey attended a board meeting of the Baptist associa tion of Iowa. Mr. Redmond has returned from Web ster City, Mo., where he attended the funeral of his brother, who died Thanksgiving day. Watch for the date of .the four-act drama entitled My Lad.v Derrell'' or "The Mysterious Marriage," which will be presented in the Lincoln theatre in the very near future. The colored Elks of the city will en tertain and delight- citizens of Des Moines on the evenings of Dec. 20 and 21, when they will appear in a' grand b...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 December 1920

|'?L ii HANDICRAFT FOR GIRLS Br DOROTHY PEKK1HS (Copyright by A. N««ly H*a RUSTIC TOYS MADE WITH TWIGS. Rustic doll furniture will enable you to fix op a small plor of ground tor your dolla. The bench In Fig. 1 baa a frame work tiuilt as shown In Fig. 1 The illustrations show the relative propor tion* of the pieces ft requires. Use brads tor fastening together the twigs, and be careful not to split the slender pieces when driving these. Connections can be strengthened by wrapping thread around them as shown. After completing the frame work (Fig. 2). fasten the diagonal leg braces in place, also the vertical and diagonal members of the seat back then cat the sesx crosspieces and glue them to the framework. The table in Fig 3 requires two end frames built up of twigs crossed, with horizontal connecting pieces extend ing from the crotch of one frame to that of the other. Cut the table top out of cigar-box or berry-box wood, and make four lfoles for the legs. The cot in Fig. 4 is excell...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 December 1920

PCWcW I, ilfWOT« V-fi .1*? 4 l^-,.^.,... fij." v, MDDYTEVENIM. FAM ^MARf CONNER. ®^5feo«. MOTHER TOAD. "There are some creatures," said Mother Toad, "who are most peculiar, but In spite of that fact I like them." "What is peculiar about them and who do you mean?" asked Mrs. Teddy Toad. "Well, people are funny," said Moth er Toad. "Mothers only have a mere handful of children about them, a mere handful," "I've never seen them carrying theli children upon their hands," said Mrs. Toad. "Sometimes I've seen them carrying one baby in the arms, or one child upon the shoulders, but a lot of children in the hand—never. "How then do you say that they have a handful of children?" "I mean," said Mother Toad, "that they don't have thousands of children like I do. I didn't mean they carried their children around in their hands, but that they don't have enough to count so that they would amount to a good number. "I, you see, have thousands, and so do you. "But even though I am so different from p...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 December 1920

A 1 i. a t,*J1' 1 vP *x «v 1 si $5. and up. O. Cohen Iptaki From Expert '. "Here's a substance wl^ch breaks flown when exposed to light." rw marked the themiit "Tbnt -lhe.,st reputations are pbter» politician TM E wjf STAR IHAIR GROWER A Wsadarfuf Hair Dressing and Grower. 1,000 ACENTS WANTED send SI-OO and we will send you a full supply that you oan begin work with at once also agent's terms. Send all money by money order to THE STAR HAIR GROWER IVIF'R., P. O. Box 812, Greensboro, N. C. IME| Kite QMMBBiWiafc-HwM of Mite QHMPnpmdni An Unusual Opportunity for men and women capable of earning salary of $50.00 per -week. We have openings for aggressive, hustling persons to cover city, county or travel entire state territory doing special organization work. The Nile Qu£en Corporation now being organized on a profit-sharing basis is putting into operation a new plan which offers a gilt edge opportunity to small investors. "Wide awake men and women who want to make real money or have thei...

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 December 1920

•f::. FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI No. 26 Nation's Population Is 105,708,771 Completed Returns Made by Census Bureau Giro Iowa 2,404,021. Washington, Dec. 17.—Population of the United States on January 1, this year, as enumerated in the fourteenth census was 105,708,771, as announced today by the census bureau for certifi cation to congress as the basis for re apportionment of the members of tho house of representatives from various states. These are the final population figures of the country and states. The statis tics announced early in October having been the preliminary compilations. The population of the states is as follows: Alabama—2, 348,174. Arizona—333,903. Arkansas—1,752,204. California—3,426,861. Colorado—939,629. Connecticut—1,380,631. Delaware—223,003. District of Columbia—437,571. .Florida—968,470. Georgia—2,895,832. Idaho—431,866. Illinois—6,485,280. Iowa—2,404,021. Kansas—1,769,257. Kentucky—2,416,630. Louisi...

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