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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 December 1920

,"** *%.•&<. A CHA8. fyflsr fcv O' ,* _. M. SHED. tmwrnj part «f tTmtt.4 Bteta* Kz Month* EZdSiKJ Contract nt« CHRISTMAS GREETINGS. To Bystander Readers and Friends: Greetings: May Christmas bring to you its gift of peace and goodwill- May the new year give you your heart'• desire, and may yon still desire it when it is yours. MORRIS GETS APPOINTMENT. Atty. J. B. Morris, formerly manag ing editor of the Bystander, has been appointed deputy in the county treas urer's office, according to recent an nouncement of County Treasurer-elect Col. E. B. Bennett. Mr. Morris is the second member of our race to be thus honored by newly elected officers of Polk county and tb* Bystander extends to him congratulations. BEST OF AT.T. HOIJDAY8. Taking it all in all, it may be safely asserted that Christmas is the merriest and the best of all holidays, and one which is likely to be observed for ages to come. Nations may rise and fall, new beliefs and religions may sweep away the old, but that w...

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

'i Lj** I f' v»u \. E. TRACT BLAGBUBN OO. Baal Bstet* Sales Bentala Notary Pnblio Lots» Acreag* and Improved Property. E. Tracy Blaghurn L. J. Shelton Plumes X. 774. D. 4502. Market 187% 600 Mulberry St. Dee Moines Street. THE DUDLEY THEATER 900-211 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 1488 1112 Center Street Des flolnes, Iowa We deal in USED FUNITURE Bought sold tin Exchanged GRAND FURNITURE CO. 911-13 Grand Ave Des Moines, Iowa MBS. MABLE BLACKBURN Over 019 Center St. Phone Bed 4981. Neatly furnished rooms with bath for transients and by the week. All new furnUure 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 PEAC...

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

i- jf 1 It ?r fl f# f'\ i\. ,vi I I'l I I 1 :M •, i: Y-rv I LI' mi •. -V Hair Grtit6 /flf eparaHot Black a HlltllMtlWtITmH1U I 1 •. W-" /v/i% t&t FOB SAIaE AT Mrs. E. F. Butler (Eafu1» Sys tem) 721 Ave. WAS Albia. lira. Laura Herroll (Poro System) 731 N. Fellows Ave., Ottumwa. Mra. Margaret Walter (Scalp Cul turist) 401 N. Lincoln St., Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. Jorephine Wilson (Hair Re finer) 136 S. 6Jh St.. Burlington. Mrs. Celia Green (Poro System) 935 11 St. W„ Cedar Bap ids. Mr*. A. Hobbs (Poro System) 1107 Bipley St.. Dareoport. Mrs. S. Emerson (Walker System) 128 3d Ave.. Clinton. Mrs. W. H. Perry (Poro System) 500 W. 7th St., Sioux City. Mrs. E. Turner (Majrie System) 1104 Are. C. Council Blues. Mrs. Alice Thompson (Beauty Coltorist) Iowa Ave., Muscatine. e^VSV^I-o. -pci* e* wV Good News For All Hen Simply Wash the Hair Oh! Boy!! Dr. Pryor's Wonderful Soap Is the only preparation on ths market that will straighten tie hair without turning it red or in juring the scalp. The late...

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

mt YOL. XXVI. NO. 27. Negro Corporation In Foreign Trade (Special from Washington.) J. Williams Clifford, president of the Monumental Pictures Corporation re cently signed a contract with the Sea board Corporation of New York City for World Distribution of the Monumental Monthly, a news reel to be released each mouth picturizing the achievements of the American Negro in this country and the progress of the darker races of the world. "The educational and inspirational news that this News Eeel will give to the masses of colored people in this coun try is beyond estimation. Each month you will have ah opportunity to see on the screen, members of our own race lines of endeavor, uid there will be an opportunity for propaganda in the in terest of iny people" Lieutenant Clif ford said when interviewed by a news paper correspondent. He further states that it will be the" intention of the exe cutives of the Monumental Pictures Cor poration not only to place the picture in every house in this...

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

*s* ?ffl vr TI THK CHICKENS. •HeBo," —Charlie "Hrilo," aald Cbal Chlckcn. "Wtet are 700 picking yont ~i Will Explain." about us when we pick oar feathers "I will tell you. dock, dock, dock. If yon will tell me what you have In mind that people think about as." said ChaL "All right, cluck-duck." said Char. lie. "They say," he continued, "that if we go under cover it will be a fine day but that if we come ont and pick our feathers It will be rainy." "Just what I had in mind too," said Chal, "dock-clack, just what I had in mind." "Now, yon know," said Charlie, "that often 1s very, very true. "In fact we hare done that so often and so have other chickens that every one has almost come to believe that it is always true. "But it's not always true. For ex ample I don't feel as though it were going to rain now and yet I picked my feathers nice and clean from the dust and gave myself a good dean, dry bath." "Just what I was doing," said Chal, "duck-cluck, it doesn't feel like rain to me." "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. — 30 December 1920

E. TRACY BLAGBURN OO. Beal Estate Bales Bentala Notary Public Lots, Acreage and Improved Property. £. Tracy Blagburn J. Bhelton Phones D. 774. D. 4602. Market 187% 509 Mulberry St. Des Moines Street. THE DUDLEY THEATER 809-211 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 Qolden Rule Prices Phone Market 1488 ma Center Street Des rioines, Iowa We deal in USED FUNITURE Bought sold an Exchanged GRAND FURNITURE CO. 911-13 Grand Ave Des Moines, Iowa MBS. MABT.TS BLACKBURN Over 919 Center St. Phone Bed 4981. Neatly furnished rooms with bath for transients and by the week. All new furniture and newly reno vated apartment. A Swell Barber Shop Lady Barbfers 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 'a OUR BUSINESS. "A PEACEFUL SHOP" Mrs. B. J....

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

P(Vj 'v r:- I a °rli•Ii er $ Hair CrQitf JBstced st tk» LAUBESTOC C. HM IMCJT R. Display, f*r Bmdrng Kotaoes, Cl—trsct at« gi* AB New Yea* and Emancipation EDIT02XAL8. CMrs. Elbert B. rrftr-MTW ,r«sn ago Xe* Tear's Dit, Abraham LoihoIii gare^ to Ike world the immortal TO 1*434-1888 188&-3892 1892-189C Ib'Jt-llM/J 3900-1904 W04'19m sm-wi2 1912-1916 «X THE BYSTANDER f«nr TbsnS^r bjr t» Byttmto PtMbtot Cw[i»»y, Dw M«iM» O0mi fa ^larrrf Baildmg, Umcr mt 8*r«tk *ad JUtticnr streets. «f D«« i±ai_ HALL. TOBEBT *. PDES "«tii M. SSED- jpart «f Ualtei year, f***r*iry faid ADVEXraiMO er liac cpaa paid for hi adraaMi (doeaanit tkat Hb- erat*d a rmtm. Throughout the country on /&swt I, more thsxi 12.000.006 des e*.'»daut« «rf rbobe former slavec will nu*"t to pay hostage to their iKaiefat tor to r**co#** the seemeplistaiesitF of tiie rs*r* duriag its little mcr- than half ewtnrr of fr««d«a amd ts fBtour ajpeouttt to tLe Negro youth to rtrive to •mulat*- the ooteers of the acn a»d wo of t...

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

Iker's Hair XjY PieparaHons, Display, per inch ... -Beading Notices, per line Contract rates given upon Applications. New Yea's and Emancipation EDITORIAIaS. (Mrs. Elbert R. Hall.} Fifty-seven years ago on New Year's Day, Abraham Lincoln gave^ to the world the immortal document that lib crated a race. Throughout the country on January 1, more than 12,000,000 des cendants qf those former slaves will meet to pay homage to their benefac tor to recount the accomplishments of the race during its little more than halt' century of freedom and to give encour agement to the Negro youth to strive to emulate the careers of tlie men and wo men of their race who have TO BYSTANDER HEADERS. We want every reader of this paper to take time to read the advertisements in this issue and every issue. The mer chants have a message for you and are taking this method of talking to you. Get the habit of reading these adver tisements and you will save lAany dol lars by opportune buying. The Crisis—"To little...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 December 1920

CHRISTMAJ9 JOYS. Who docs not fccl thfe rapture, and iov of Christmas day! To see the merry children, bo hanov in their play. Wherever there are children, he's always sure to go. For each a stocking hanging, tho chil dren tucked in bed, But Santa steps so softly, you can not hear his tread. He peeps into each stocking, oft climbs upon a chair, And leaves a dolly on the shelf, with curly golden hair. His watchful eye is keeping, account of each ones need, So when he comes he never fails, to do some kiirdly deed, Too rich, too poor, too lonely, he brings a hearty cheer. By lightning many burdens, and mak ing pathway clear. Of all our days of please, our birthday with the rest, We .-welcome merry Christmas, that always seemed the best. sec Carrie V. Johnson, DeWitt. Mo. Indians Good Orchartffsts. The American apple owes much to the care of the Indian farmers, for the Indian was an able pomologlst. It was not unusual 150 years ago for 'indlan orchards to have 5.,500 trees, which »11 hod...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 December 1920

S licl,ri.jSilyT• To see the merry children, so happy in their play. Talking of old Santa, and all his gift of toys, 4 To gladden the heart of -everyone, especially girls and boys He cares not how the wind blows, he heeds not* sleet nor snow, Wherever there are children, he's always sure to go. For each a stocking hanging, the chil dren tucked in bed, But Santa steps so softly, you can not hear his tread. He peeps into each stocking, oft climbs upon a chair, And leaves a dolly on the shelf, with curly golden hair. His watchful eye is keeping, account of each ones need, So when he comes he never fails, to do some kindly deed, Too rich, too poor, too lonely, he brings a hearty cheer. By lightning many burdens, and mak ing pathway clear. Of all our days of please, our birthday with the rest, We .welcome merry Christmas, that always seemed the best. Carrie V. Johnson, Indians Good OreharOfsta. The American apple owes much to the care of the Indian farmers, for the Indian was nn able pom...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 December 1920

"ffT'vwi nRSBZ $' ifv 'A I •mwnHtmtH I Onltarist) Iowa 1 -I-,"'— -r-- Poro *09o °f *tb -A, *Of. Ajk/jp ,eos 6e*. 4 ve,. «a». 5?^ FOB SALE AT Mrs. E. F. Butler Eufula Sys tem) 721 O Ave. Wflfi Albia. Mn. lama Herroll (Poro System) 731 N. Fellows Ave., Ottumwm. Mrs. Margaret Walter (Scalp Cul torut) 401 N. Lincoln St., Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. Jbeephwe Wilson (Hair Re finer) 136 S. 6th St., Burlington. Krs. Celis Green (Poro System) 935 I St. W., Cedar Rapids. lira. A. Hobbs (Poro System) 1107 Bipley St., Davenport. Mrs. S. Emerson (Walker System) 128 3d Ave., Clinton. Mrs. W. H. Perry (Poro System) 500 W. 7th St., Sioux City. Mrs. E. Turner (Magic System) 1104 Ave. C, Council Blues. Mrs. Alice Thompson (Beauty Ave., Muscatine. ,v tf6 \o* c^e* tJiKM& I Good News FOT All Men Simply Wash the Hair Oh! Boy!! Dr. Pryor's Wonderful Soap Is the only preparation on the market that will straighten the hair without turning it red or in juring the scalp. The latest scien­ MASHED POTATOES PARKER HO...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 December 1920

A. t?3X)NE who is a student of the fashions has noted the persistent return .each season of dresses that be long-either to the "straight-line" or the "long-waisted" class. The goddess of our idolatry appears to have a elen der silhouette, and women are not to be lured away from her worship, especially when they are choosing clothes for daytime wear, as street and afternoon frocks. In the two handsome frocks for af ternoon shown in the illustration :8bove, there are presented two mod els that are Interesting to women who ilike unbroken 'lines. One of them, n-t ithe left of the picture, is especially well suited to the slender or normal figure, but die other is distinctly a piece of good designing for stout en. O Pounds Wcma, Cling to Long Lines WOITJ- The dress At the left employs a plain wool fabric and is made with a long-waisted bodice, which supports a long tunic of the material. The tun ic Is open at the front, revealing a plato under-petticoat .of satin, and is UOB Pounds Lates...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 December 1920

j*ipte \\k slk-v^ rtW*- '$£ V*w)i Liberator *My Complexion Is Muck Brighter!*' "If every woman knew what I know about the secret of a good complexion, she would not hesitate one minute but would use Palmer's "SKIN-S S S" Ointment, which has done so much for my complexion." This is what a prominent woman of the .South has said about this wonderful Ointment. Thousands of other women throughout the world owe to it their charm of complexion and their personal attractiveness. Your druggist will tell you all about it. Palmer's SKIN-SUCCESS Ointment—35c75c Palmer's HAIR-SUCCESS Dressing—35c Palmer's SKIN-SUCCESS Soap-.- The Morgan Drug Co., Brooklyn, N. •wiPi 1 *&W & i£ ^4i w*jm?m' Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Last Sunday Rev. E. S. Hardge brought us a wonderful message. A goodly number of men and boys were present. Next Sunday Mr. Herbert Wright of the Community Center will speak. The Inspiration Club of Y. M. C. A. composed of high school boys elected their new officers last Thursday nignt...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 January 1921

1 r"¥s- ,t ^'Mt' Ej8"' FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOOD YOU DO* READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO. 28. Mr. Britten said he would present a petition carrying 30,000 signatures. "I cannot believe," he said, "that the civilized nations of the world will long countenance the retention of semi civilized African troops in the Rhine land of Germany, when repeated pro tests are outspoken against this proce dure because of the brutalities that are daily being committed against women and girls.'' ro Baseball League To Organize Leading Teams of Country to Form Strong Association This Summer. It will be a great surprise to many to learn that this summer there will be another national league of baseball players, one in which only teams made Up entirely of Negro players will form the membership. Last summer certain of the Negro Managers tried to form a national or ganization made up entirely of Negro teams. But certain of the more conser vative managers thought it best to start ou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 January 1921

.vV 2KA& 1C 8BJECD- oek Editorials (By Mrs. Elbert R. Halt) To other friends, who like me less, A fall ten months of happiness. Tor sneh as like me not at all— I hope they'll have good lock till fall. HAPPINESS. Happiness comes not so nraeh from what is done for as as from what we do for others. Itj prescription is the best service of which we are capable, ren dered unselfishly. Let 1921 be a year of service to God, our country and oar fellowmen. THEODORE BOOSEVEUT'S IUEXTEE TO THE A. E. F. 2HTHXSBTO UNPUBLISHED than two years have passed since Armistice Day, and nearly two years have gone by sinee Mr. Boosevelt died, •January 6, 1919. The approaching an niversary of lus death gives added in­ :ko. »i2, ill ItAUKENCB C. -U.HK! Publisher nd Editor KB& ELBCJST B, HAM, Editorial Manager Kfflfflt *. DUBB— Circulation and Advertising •UMCBIPTIOW KATBS.- fcrt «f the Uaitod Stataf one year, postage paid liae Osatvaet rates |ira apwa appHeatioa«. apes paid for la advaaee. W* Weekly a...

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 January 1921

Vi B- 1 T? t- I 'W^fSW 1 Last Week's. One of the swellest events of the sea son, was the wedding of Mr. 8ol Brown of Des Moines and Mrs. Anna Goorief which occurred at the latter's residence ou 715 Spring street Friday, Dec. 24 at Grinnell, Iowa. The rooms were beautifully decorated with silver, pink and green, tiny wed ding bells hung in the archway. At 8:30 o'clock the minister came in. Then to the strains of the wedding inarch came the bridesmaid, Mrs. Wat son, wearing a lovely gown of cream colored satin carrying lillies' of the .valley. Following came the bride leaning ou the arm of her son, William. The bride wore a beautiful gown of white crepe de chine and carried bridal roses. They were met at the alter by the groom and his best man, Mr. Oscar Monroe. Both men were attired in full dress suits. Rev. Bates of Des Moines performed the ceremony. After congratulations, a bounteous repast was served. They received many beautiful pres ents. The out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs...

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 January 1921

$ mm 7 Y&3K 1 1" -"C/i if a 5 ft* iU irrtd at Ual«B« chapel A. M. E. chwth riday evening, Dee- 24. The program 'mdered by tlw* y««g people was ex _^Uent. Can die*, fruit and nnta were abundance. The Christmas exercises were alao observed at the Mt. Zion Baptist church the uuae evening. Mim iwramNfc* bwvA' TAMIV C1TV HOTB& The Sunday school* of both .churches The ChristauM tree exerek** were of- had CTiri^ tree. A nice program Mahalejr Wright presented a beautiful pslpit Bible as a Christmas gift to lialoae ckapel A. M. E. church. There was a siered concert given at Kalone Chapel A. M. E. ehnreh by the *?»kr rkoir Sunday eveniisg. There was an appreciative audience and the pro grain was splendid. The second anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Basborn Curtr* was celebrated on Christmas dav at their home. The mem bers of the Ladies Willing Workers so ciety of Malone chapel. were her guests. A delicious Ivxtbto* was served Mrs. Baier Dooms and Eulois or 1Davpnport, Iowa are here visitin...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 January 1921

==i *$ FQR THE BAD, YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE-DOOOD YOU DO RE^D THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO. 29. ^Considerable Attention Given Racial Problems by Chicago Body. Chicago, Jan. 7.—A preliminary state ment dealing -with the work of the Chi cago commission on race relations, ap Jpointed by Governor Frank C. Lowden /after the 1919 race riot here in which fifteen, white persons and twenty-three 'Negroes were killed, was contained in correspondence between the commission and the governor made public tonight by Graham Bomeyn Taylor, executive secretary of the commission. The correspondence revealed that the commission had finished an exhaustive study of race relations, not only in con nection with the Chicago riot, but also in connection witlj the riot in 1908 in Springfield, 111., and in 1917 in East St. Louis, 111., and that it studied court records, living conditions, newspapers, and interviewed nearly 200 persons in a series of hearingsin its quest for in formation. A letter to th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 January 1921

&«S» Si JU.v1 rr ij- frS UttENXig C. SSSKH MBS. BUECaT B. HALZ 1QBKBT cama. M. amu •o*Kadp*mH apfate- :.w (iBy Mn. Elbert R. Halt) WHY *OT MEET IT? Yesterday one of our best known Negn citizens, who has been a faithful employe of the state honse daring leg islative sessions, entered the lobby of one of our best hotels to canvass some of the members of the new legislature, and was promptly told that he could not remain in the hotel, if he wanted to qmppunieate with members of/the leg islature he mnsf do it by telephone. 3$ow tbi* was in plain violation of If#, for which anyhetel could hAve its doors elosed, if persisted in. But that is not the serhras side of it the serious aide Is the effect this and other exclu sions is having on the minds of the younger generation. This man was born slavery, and W is used to it. Bnt the boys and girls who are coming on, and being ^educated, are not used to it, and do not understand it. Lawrenee Von es of Piney Woods school, on the occasion of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 January 1921

f'':"'We '"fry? grrPAUiTXliirB. .:~ SCHOOL NOTB* are glad to note a fair attendance in the classes of all ages on the ninth from the cradle roll to the adult and we were glad to, see among this varied throng some who have been reg ular attendants in other yeaors, and have signified their intention of 'renewing that practice, by signing our member ship cards. The interest manifested by the teaehera is' gratifying to say the ^Sickness invaded our ranks several weeks ago, and did not cease until it bad smitten two of our most faithful teachers, Mrs. Andrew Morris and Mys. G. Nichols, both of whom are con valescent at this time. -And we are hopeful that they shall soon be with us regularly. .. Miss Humburd who is attending "Western University, Kansas City, Kan., told us how our school had helped her. "We are proud of Mi|s Humburd and ghe is pj'oud of us. Lesson III—^Our all for the kingdom, Matt. 16:16-30. Golden text*-Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself, Matt 19:19. Teachers meet e...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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