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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 January 1921

^$*L £&). ,*(* P? fet'r- 41 "J "'pt"-"' r#r T& JT lW y,' sr. JoMtf Jr., Ju 1» Ob their way hone from Cllatoa, Mo., where they had h&n to spend Christmas with their par ents and r?Utive». Mr. Sweets are toth farmers of this locality and are pro»p*iw«^ jubilee singers en rout* to England are singing one matinee and night at the Beardsley theater Jam. 1. Mr H. Brown was down from Gris wold "fWdav and stayed over night with iie family'leaving Sind mnsie was the feature of the eve •W^Sng until a late hour all having a good •Sftitime. CBB8TOM IZ3SSCS. Mr. Gov Hawkins departed Monday "morning fot Mexico, Mo, to spend the Ixolidavs with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Cooper, formerly of St. Louis, Mo. S* 4?* Mr. Lee H. Grant has been on the "s sick list for the past two weeks suffer- *ng ™tb a^T,Bdix- friends hope he will recover soon. Mr. Moses Yonng has returned to ••PCreston to spend the winter months «fwith his wif& He has been ning Ps'/i. X'V Mr Thrf Street sad hi* brother of w...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 January 1921

1. ,'4„ t,- uc, A, W FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO O READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVI. NO. 30. (Associated Negro Press.) Austin, Texas, Jan. 17.—To make an accurate Negro Baptist Year Book giv ing a record of what they three million Negro Baptists in the more than 10,000 Baptist churches and Sunday schools arc doing, is the stupendous task that has been committed to Dr. J, Gordon MePherson, better known throughout the country as the "Black Billy Sun day," formerly field evangelist of the National Baptist convention, one of the most versatile and interesting Negro •writers of the day. At the annual ses sion of the national convention recent ly held at Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Me Pherson was placed in charge of the department of publicity as director, and for some time he has been busily en gaged in gathering statistics, and other useful data, surveys and general denom inational information both national, and from the various states. One of the special features of 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. — 20 January 1921

I Sfo-' %.juaaameE c. OTjnr_gr R. H1H Editorials r^djritt «»d^ .flaalgaai' fra' ,0t ttt* emmar? &* rr if de barsb 3B®B3SE**i "TtoSfe*»*'*a* if***8"* ,? -daw* WwSeBafia*^ 35Se i—yjrf •v -3?'. TbatHUH^ aWX Will* aPBe~ baaae W'& TjSSar. *wfae 8ay fSa&asjiagr,. #*i* -i* J&vjr:: feaafiay. *&*****?' ?fear JtwssSe tilSMMr M*a am*. «Han as itoeefcFMs.. Sariaftsea, mamm a®e« 'iff jftaee* 1*** few* ieRa^ 7 J&. ITT- AlMMllifc *§*-'swift 5s •&&%&*• it aagr *r? cKmsMb. aa* «s ftan&a*- arc Sb* *a«S*r* a* *s*y.arat te 3a®raeas Hi*® .wargt*9BS3aaa* wbkb lis ^ar-ib* *&*&&• Weefc. jh tb^t^ttei Stitfee Tneaaasry- Pgy*' '$bflGWWP®^p jftkfllNESSMSHK Aaaaeiacaaa, *«•«•*, af JtanMiiat Leaa .Www^a^wa-, Ifo tiwwa r*4«s^ «f OuKiwr.fAy 1*^*: ^i»s. Ystieesi Jiwwf'itliiwi Xcs »«««(•%. «rf, S% «*r g*W?l_ •*L -i 1i_ i**t m«- Ik3%afif »4 Bcajsans Pi **£et«4 hfftjitf 1.000 1 J9S1-fiw Wi2 4-«*y. JWK.. A 3SATKWAL dwMti THMltt WEEK •«tw* *S«5» 27. Ea^MaiTit Tr»ltSa» ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 January 1921

r1 4T% 4 -THE W|t Months 'M' rmp-f sf **i 28*H Cv'rv5'™ er mei Display, pe Beading Notices, per lil» "Contract rates given upon app THRIFT WMK. ,• National'thrift week, designed to im press on the people of this country the importance of thrift, began last Mon day, on the anniversary of the birth or the groat preacher of thrift, Benjamin Franklin. Thrift week has been provided witn a program for each day. Monday -thrift or bank day Tuesday, budget day Wednesday, life insurance day Thursday, own your oyru home day "Friday, riake a will day Saturday, pay up day Sunday, share with others day. Pour Minute Men and Other speakers in theatres, factories, stores and other places have been telling and will con tinue why thrift is desirable 'and ex plain'how it may be effective, and on Sunday next the pastors of the city are expected to imj)ress their congregation^ •with the idea. Co-operating1 with th« Y. M. C. A. •which is sponsor for, the Thrift Week, are the United States Treasury Depart ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 January 1921

COBINTHIAN B. Y, P. U.~ NOTES. The jB' Ti P» U, ha4 ft contest on com* mitting the pled£6. and the contest was won by Miss Mildred Marshall. The YV P. CT. nresented her with a beautiful' illustrated testament. The youn£ peo ple are wide.awake in their work and they extend a cordial invitation to all to attend their exercises Sunday eve ning. Robert D. Durr of the Bystander Pub lishing company will be the principal speaker. v„ ======i MOTES FROM THE MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH South East Fourth street, Rev. G. E. Saunders, pastor. Service at* 11 a. m. last Sunday was well attended. All hearts were made to rejoice as the pastor talk to us. There are new faces in our congregation every Lord's day. We "are glad to see you. Come again, you are welcome. We also had four more new people in our Sun day schoqg The home department of our Sundiy school has been established under the supervision of the superin tendent and pastor. Through this de partment ten people were taught the Sunday school le...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 January 1921

(KUUMTHIAK B, T, P.~ U.~ NOTES. '""sse^ The Y. P, U. a C9&test on com* t?5Y mitting the pledge sud the contest was |i**^woa. by Miss Mildred Marshall. The B. |§Y P. IT. presented her with a beautiful & illustrated testament. The youagpeo pie are wide, awake in their work aid jr they extend a cordial invitation to all to attend their exercises Bun day eve ning- Robert D. Durr of the Bystander Pub lishing company will be the principal speaker. .if!1* NOTES TBOM TBS MT. South East Fourth Btreet, Bev. G. E. Saunders, pastor. Serviee atf 11 a. m. last Sunday was well attended. All hearts were to rejoiee as the pastor talk to us. There are new faces in our congregation every Lord's day. "We*are Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Bev. B. F. White will speak at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday, Jan. 21 at 4 p". m. Everybody is invited. The soeial committee under the chair manship of Atty. John L. Thompson will hold an informal opening of the Crocker Street branch Y. M. C. A. at Twelfth and Croeker streets Fr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 January 1921

I !j &•: A *m$£. I "H-C •ffT IsM k- *i r-i I* if, fe* I. & £2! yo- M&-. KBOSOX MBWfiL ltlM Isabella Aikena of Chicago ana Mrs. Maud Croabett of Fairbrook, Minn, spent CShristaas with their mother, l(n. Sachet Aikeas. liiw Imogene Wilson left the ei£jr Bu&d^jr morning for Dec Moines to at tend the grand trustee board of the Knights and Daughter* of Tabor. She is the Grand Queen Mother of Iowa and jurdiction, after which.she will re turn to the state university at Xowa City. The following program was rendered Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock for their rally: Song—Choir. Scripture lesson Psalm 37—Pastor, Bev. W. H. Clark. Selection—Choir. •.- •, Invocation—Rev. Clark,', a* Selection—Choir. Paper—Mrs. Calhe Coleman, subject, New Year's Greeting. Selection—Choir. Paper—Mrs. Jerrietta Morton, subject, "The Necessity of a Church." Selection—Choir. Remarks—Dr. W. M. Harper. Introduction Rev. Dr. Harvey J. Moore. Harvey J. lioore, who spoke from the third chapter of Phill. and t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 January 1921

"i :1 f»nf i^y \\r, f? -I', if Ift lii ».• rV' Denies KuKlux Threathen Negroes Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 15.—Colonel William J. Simmons, Imperial Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, in a statement issued today makes spirited and emphatic reply to what he calls false state ments published in certain sections of the country that the Ku Klux Klan is spreading the doctrine of race prejudice and race hatred. He censures the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, with headquarters in New York, which, he charges, is largely responsible for misconceived ideas of the Ku Klux I£lan and its pur poses. 1$ Races Among 748 To Enter U.S. New York, Jan. 24.—When the steamship Saturnia from Glasgow, entered New York harbor late yes terday, her passengers extended a greeting that "Miss Liberty for whom it was intended, failed to un derstand. The sound that went over the waters came simultaneously from the throats of 748 immigrants, jury Miss Edna Johnson .Mrs. Anna Watson W. H. J...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 January 1921

W Imwm. Offlw r- iMPs* ""ftSaStfw-sr gon p~"*,iT B. HATiL JT J. DTTBK. QHA8. M* SHED—_ iW.^, g« taeJi otic**, per liae JllldtHf —, Oentrmct *ates*given «mi AdTertisen^ts paid^f ff Editorials The campaign to keep children in school is of particular importance pust now 'because of the condition of the ..la bor market today and the increasing .unemployment. This will make it more difficult for the child to get a job. That is something the parents should consider well before even consenting to discuss the matter of the child's quit ting school. And it should not be thought of, even though a job, is obtain able, if it is psosible to keep t^e child at his books. One more term of school will mean more to any child, tomorrow, than all the money he can earn today. STAY IN SCHOOL! ,^ A .Woodson Honored ing in Mahaska county. He graduated from Howard University Law College in the class of 1895. He reported to the United States government an at tempt to destroy the Rock Island ar senal in Novem...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 January 1921

V? H0M3 2ZA&BRS~Oi,TJBr ELECTS OFFICERS The Home Makers aid met at» the Protection Home on Jon. 25 with Mrs. ,! Mary Manning presiding. Mrs. J. B. Bush gave an extensive and interesting report of thr work accomplished by the S aid daring the past |»ur years. W. H. Griffin, pastor of St. Paul's A. E. ehurch gave a short talk and installed 4, the following bfficerg for tho ensuing year: President, Mrs. Mary Manning: Vice President, Mrs. E. Reynolds Sec retary, Mrs. Johnnie 8haw Assistant Secretary, Mrs..Raper Treasurer, Mrs. "Watkins, and Reporter, Mrs. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of 1222 Bast Sixteenth street entertained a number pf their friend* on. Jan. 15, eel e"brating their seventh wedding anni versary. Many beautiful pieces "of linen were deceived by the couple. Out of town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller of Newton, and Mr. John Tate of SlouxCity. The eve ning Was spent in conversation and music and dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. D. Williams...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 January 1921

"Sff ©L CBASTIC. OTOSP- .1 iuk & par lis* Editorials After the banquet the lawyers and their escorts repaired to the church where tbe public were assembled in large numbers to hear the conclusion of the program which consisted for the most part of an address by Hon. T. W. Bell, now of Leavenworth, Kan., but who was first admitted to the bar in Des Moines in October, 1886 who gave" the history of the "Negro lawyers of Iowa of whom there have been thirty of whom the first was 8. B. Smith and among the most distinguished of whom were Hon. Alexander Clark, who died in the service of his country as U. S. Minister in Liberia, Afriea" Hon. John 1, Waller, whose imprisonment without eanse wbile serving as T7. S. consul in* Madagascar, near East Africa came near involving the U- 8. in war with France Hon. H. B. Wright, now of this city but for many years U. .S. consul in Central and South America Howard P, Drew, the world's fastest sprinter who is now practicing in New York City and one ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 January 1921

:i Ite "•$ 7 HOME MAKERS OLTTB BLB0T8 OPFIOEES The Home Maltera aid met at» the Protection Home on Jan. 25 with Mrs. Mary Manning presiding. Mrs. J. B. Bush gave an extensive and interesting report of tho work accomplished by the aid during the past #ur years. W. H. Griffin, pastor of St. Paul's A. M. E. church gave a short talk and installed the following bfficers for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Mary Manning Viee President, Mrs. E. Reynolds Sec retary, Mrs. Johnnie Shaw Assistant Secretary, Mrs., Raper Treasurer, Mrs. Watkins, and Reporter, Mrs. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of 1222 East Sixteenth street entertained a number pf their frieqdq on Jan. 15, cel ebrating their seventh .wedding anni versary. Many beautiful pieces of linen were received by the couple. Out of town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miner of Newton, and Mr. John Tate of Sioux City, The eve ning was spent in conversation and music and dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. D. Williams 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. — 27 January 1921

t&sM *2WK vj$& 11 1 1* y* :r, I $ S HV &-'V 3£.' •^5-1 BIOUX CITY KOTBA Tke Girls Reserve corps were started Wednesday Afternoon at MalonstlAw M. tinder Mm, Ooldle Orwa. Tbe Seokneb "U ni«r ciidr is improving cicely under leadership of Mrs. Mary *w4 The services were enjoyed by all present at Malone ebapel A. M. E. ebnrth Sunday. The funeral servieea of MIL James Devoe Anthony were held Sunday aft ernoon at 2 o'clock at Malone chapel A. M. E. ehureh. The Masonie lodge was in charge. Rew P. M. Lewis preached the sermon. The pallbearers were taken from Decatur lodge 3Co. 14 A. F. Se A. M. He leases to mourn his depth three brothers, twq„ sisters, a grown son and daughter .and a host of friends. He was.a worker and member of Malone ehapf-1 A. M. E. ehureh and was faithfnl and served when called up on to do anything for the church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe TBh'eny have re turned to Omaha, Neb., where they will make their future home. The "Willing workers are doing fine Work, They ar...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 February 1921

1 nt V4 ht' 0 "3E vancement :-S? jf§| /i-n A J?'A1 t4»» -M FOR THE- BAD YOU DO READ arHBR PAPERS FOR THE GOODII YOU DO .j READ THE BYSTANDER VOL, XXVI. NO. 3fc. .' OSKAliOOSA NEWS. The second quarterly meeting of Shorter A. M. E. church was held last Sunday, Jan. 30. Love feast was held at 11 a. m. at which time the spiritual tide ran high. At 3 p. m. a large con gregation again greeted the Presiding Elder A. W. Hackley and he preached the communion sermon and-a large iram ber communed. At 7:30 p. the church was- well filled with the members and friends of the church and the presiding elder preached a wonderful sermon, tak^ ing for his subject, "The Value of Trials," and every one present were able to enjoy the outpouring of the Spir it. The collection during the day far surpassed, any previous effort in years. The presiding elder earnestly urged up on the memh'ers and friends. The im portance of the continuation of the honor Toll,1 and in response to the same there was $33.00 of on...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 February 1921

)R.£W-W,T^RSAL, Vvv a IHt «f tk* MM Stats* per Notices, Omtmet nstes gW«« All iiwrtliw**» In tSe last year there were siity-ene ijaebisgp rtfwrted Aisjwtont^y. Of tkese, firty-twwwere «»uth and in tie north and west. Of those fiynehed fiftT-three were Negroes—on® woman—and eight were white. A SUM a 7 fcjS? iVi? TJpkam Brothers Company, Inc. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCEBN: Notice is hereby g?ve« that the pn dersigard- have organized a corporation nnder the ^'revisions of Chapter 1, Ttitle IX of the Code of Iowa, 1807, as amend ed, the articles of incorporation .of which, among other things, provide: J. The name of the corporation is Upham Brothers Company, Inc., and* its principal place of business is in the City of Des Moines* Polk eounty, Iowa. 2. The general, nature of the business to be transacted by said corporation i«il be that of a general insurance agency, including accident, health, dis ability, liability, burglary and fire in* suraneey and any other insurance ordin arily incident 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. — 3 February 1921

fci-/ •y^ 'y-r E, The Home of George Washington is a tranquiJ place it belongs to a frame of mind almost vanished. But when the pilgrimage through the house is com pleted and the eyes have begun to peer in vain for figures which are no more," but whose presence seems so vividly suggested, one steps out to meet spring sunshine, and the foliage that is, indeed, in keeping with the spirit of the past, observes a writer in the Detroit News The venerable barn, wrapped in ivy the peaceful farm yards the lazy low hung buildings—all of these echo with steps that vanish just ahead, around each twist of wall. But the intimate work of Washing- el's hesirt is In the Washington's diary informs us he was active in January of 17S5, locat -Ing eli* frees for the grounds. The majestic American elm on the west The bowling green, between the-two gardens, is an attractive study. At once attention is attracted to the twin beech trees planted by Washington in the corners of the narrow eiid near the mansi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 February 1921

vm-itef OMtTMt -m An •dr* \£V^ & aw The Un reatest, verythia he *oW vurhers, far -th ations leldtofc' In tfe jiehiagt hese, #r* ine i» ynched woman 1 sorts oi easons ates it.1 eeping din an g." Texas record: nej Ala ren «a« inoewti aeh—anc fty-*br|j ere othoritw a soine^J offiec* ere kil& Bad as. provem ows twi 1916. -fonr 15, 69&.' some® 5 butf eeriofa gS. Iltf as the S-. For th nchings year nehingt gal exet has estat eord at ers, as out on, or I rritory candina N, $ FpJ 0 WH Notk ersignei nder th of tu sr the hich. si .1. Tlf pham 1 ilncipa' Des 2 2. Th be all be ency, ility, rance/ ilyinc rm of ion al ortgag so to gesai a mo stoe! ie sto dition. the ansael organ 3. T,v^ ized ded it *100 ued the ily pf ther sh th 4. sines 21, a perio rea orpor: ime K,v- f" :'i -T'V-' $kS-s mm ^WBWWKSU 1 s. ."sii-s AS YE SEEKETH YE~TIN»£TH. (By Chas. M. Bhcdd). L&okrpg, thinking and considering, I Lavo been moved to call to the atton tion of our readers a woman of our race 'Who shou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 February 1921

Removal Notice Nelson's Book .Store ir,,NEW I? 2234 Fourth St. OLD AND BABB BOOKS NELSON'S BOOK STOBS PHONE MABB3ST 1434 223 4TH ST. DBS MOINES, ZOWA BOOKS PURCHASED—ODD ,a VOLUMES OB LXBBABIE SOFT. SILKY HAIR At last a reliable hair grower •hat make* short, kinky hair nrt*!s ly grow Ion?, soft and silky. Stops falling hair, removes dandruff, 'cleans the scalp "nd feeds 'the hair TOOtS. EXELENTO QUININE POMADE If your druggist cannot supply an ointment yoxt. •end 26c in stamps or coin for full size package. Use EXELENTO SKIN BKAirrwrjsR. fer dark, sallow akin. Used in treatment of akin trouble®. Agent* WanUd Everywhtrv Writs for Particular* EXEUNTO MEIICDIE CO.. Attata, tunH ifl I"i r= CC U'ESACS CKAKD TABLETS Si-For V5t«ra, Vigor and •jv Vitality Price Si.OO at any drus storo or sent »n plain wrapper Co any edc::-e»s on receipt of [jrico. Agents Wanted Everywhere* COURAGE TABLE? CO Macon, Georgia LADIES will grow your hair from 4 to 12 incites in 4 to 6 months, and cor rect any hai...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 February 1921

A The So W* iSS**! The Snnday school is .progressing [er Supt. O. G. Briice. ly under v. __ presiding tm V*/ Y. 1 1L. L..,. PIJBASANT NOTES. 7 'tMkp The A. m. r,. ounuay scnom aeems »o ufZ f-? an I fcfeld Were Vl8rt0r8 the b"sme8« re^d Handy. Subject, "Why Parents They adjourned to meet in two weeks Ibas. PINEY WOODS SCHOOL NOTES. Piney Woods school has just received from the Nonpareil club of Rqckford, 111., a large box of clothing. This «lab is one of the few colored clubs that has the interest of Piney Woods school "V at heart and the. work Principal and ,Mrs. Joiies are trying, to do. Each year they mate a contribution of money or «lothing.'' *fX, A, check for the Fire Relief fund, for 71 -'v5: $5.00 was received last week trout Prof. Wm. F. ^Sfancy, a former teacher of Piney Woods school. Piney Woods School Band under the -*K direction of Prof. Williams and Miss Henrietta Andrews''gave a concert at the D'lo Y. M. C. A. Saturday night. The genejral secretary engaged them to give...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 February 1921

.$ ft fc#- in (Wv^v^^'y -*v s^-'i 0,, '•J& 1 Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 3.—One thous and Negroes from all walks of life gave Vice President-Elect Coolidge of Massachusetts, a cold greeting on his first appearance in this city. The distinguished Massachusetts statement was on6 of the chief guests of the Southern Tariff Con gress which* met in Atlanta last week. One of the features of the program mapped out for him by his host was a meeting at which he spoke to the colored people of At lanta. This meeting was held in the First Congregational church. Gov ernor Hugh Corsey presided. Spel man seminary and Moorehouse eol lege provided a musical program "delighted the distinguished guest and the auditors as well." Among other things Mr. Coolidge v:- said: "I come from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts where there are many interested in your welfare, who have contributed money wkh out end to the upbuilding of those institutions that you arte interested in, in order that you might profit by he v...

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