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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 July 1901

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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. — 13 July 1901

s I h S 1 1I 5 5r 5VOL 7 I I L e e0 eI eU 4 a r 0 I I 9 p U QQ o < xrx q i d dI de oa I r e f fQ ff fyrx Q r f i yrx yrxx x 10 p APB R Rd RVOL I v d i VOL 9 NO 15 WASHINGTON D DO 0 SATURDAY JULY 13 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS VACATION SCHOOL A SUCCESS SUCCESSProgress SUCCESSProgress SUCCESSProgress Progress Progress of The Admirable Work Inaugurated In Inaugurated Inaugurated ¬ augurated by Prof F L Cardoza 9 JrFills Jr JrFuls JrFuls Fuls a LongFelt Want WantMore Iore Than ThanEight ThanEj ThanEight Eight Ej ht Hundred Pupils in 1n Attendance AttendanceThe AttendanceThe AttendanceThe The Brilliant Corps of Teachers Teach ers and andTheir andTheir andTheir Their Cheerful Conscientious Service ServiceStevens ServiceStevens ServiceStevens Stevens Building a Veritable Bee BeeHive BeeHIve BeeHive Hive of Industry IndustryVACATION IndustryVACATION Industryr VACATION r SCHOOL A Success SuccessAccording SUCCIDSSccording SUCCESSAccording According ccording to announcement this thisschool thissc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

r A i 2 2if THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D DO O if r TROUBLES OF A HEROINE HEROINEMother HEROltiEMother HEROINEs s F Mother Harriet Tubmans ubman s Romantic Life LifeStory L LifeStory e eStoryIn Story StoryIn In Her Old Age and Sick Sickcess Slckness Sickness ness She is Without with out Money With a aMortgage aI aMortgage i < j r Mortgage on Her Home HimeAn An Earnest Ap Appeal Apl AFeat ¬ l I = tv peal P eat for Help HelpTo 1 i j jllt llt To The Editor of The Colored Ameri American Amenf AmericanHere ¬ f > can canHere Here I am in Auburn N YM Y Y the theborne thef thehorse f borne of that sagacious statesman and andmssly andmanl andrnaLl manl mssly man W 11 lliam Ili lam am H Seward I IhaTe IhsTe In haTe just g SEZ2d zed aPon pon the Seward Manlion Man Mansion ManI n ¬ lion I on now occnpied OCC1 ed by b the thethenaffie son that tbatbesr tbatbesrt bear bearths t the thenaffie name of his father It is sItuated situaedon sItuatedet et on Sooth oath street the most grist ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

i t f4 f4v f4L v THE COLORED L AMERICAN WASHIKQTON W ASHINGT 1 i I t DO D o C 3 I J OUR NEW POSSESSIONS POSSESSIONSChaplain POSSESSIONSOhaplain POSSESSIONSChaplain Chaplain Prioleau Writes of the Situation Situationin i in the Philippines PhilippinesThe The Filipino is Pe Peculiar PeIi Peculiar ¬ culiar and a Study StudyA A Chance for the theBlack theBlack theBlack Ii Black Soldier SoldierLieut Lieut B O Davis DavisEditor DavIsEdItor DavisEditor Editor Colored OoloredAmericanThere American There ap appeared appeared appeared ¬ peared in The Colored American of ofMarch ofJrlarch ofMarch March 16th 1901 a clipping fiom the theDaily theDaily theDaily Daily Record under the caption Ques Questions Questions Questions ¬ tions of the Hour Oar 0 or status in the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines Philippines was discussed by some ofthe of ofthe ofthe the leading representatives of the race raceOar raoeI raceOur Our friend JEL H Y Arnett seemed to tohave toI tohave I have aroused t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

4 THE COLORED AMERICAN = WASHINGTON 3 DO Iy > c A i 0 = 4 THE 11ET1 lETROOLF ETFO O POLE P OLE CLUBIGa CLUB CLUBA CLUBA I1 A Bright Galaxy of IGa Gay and Pes Fesive ive Men MenThe iViencO MenThe < cO The Purpose of tf ls i s Organization OrganizationAt At last an up uptown town clubSince club clubSince clubSince Since the failure of the oncefanious oncefaniousAcanthus oncefamousAcanthus s Acanthus cal1thus Club the denizens of the up uptown upto updistricts ¬ I town to n districts have been without ithout a re resort rec resort rewhere ¬ c sort where here they the could meet cong conveniently congllIentIy convgliiently ¬ I niently and hold sweet converse with withtheir ith ithi 5 y ythen i their fellows fella Several persons have havetalked hayef f talked t dkedand and outlined plans pliln and out outlined outj outlined ¬ j lined and talked talkedbut but to no purpose purposeand purposeand i iand and years passed pas s ed in fruitless endeavorBut endeavor endeavorBut endeavorB...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

i > < L oj ojTBE THE TB COLoRED AMERICA a WASHINGTON W A SHl GTON IX D Q j THE TH THThe E CITY OF CONVENTIONS CONVENTIONSThe CONVENTI NS NSThe The National Convention of Phyllis PhyllisWheatley PhyllisWheatley PhyllisWheatley Wheatley Association sbMany Many 1any Promi Prominent Prominent Prominent ¬ nent Women in Attendance AttendanceThe The Con Congress Congress Condress ¬ gress of Women WomenThe The Convention of oftne oftne ofthe E k Ek tne Education of Negro Youths YouthsThe YouthsTheGreat The TheGreat Great Storm StormThe The Social Elect of Buf Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo ¬ falo faloBuffalo faloBufft11o faloI I Buffalo N Y Special SpeoialThe The Pan PanAmerican PanAmerican PanAmerican American Exposition has been b en the themeans tbemeaDS themeans means of biiueing many great con conventions conventions conm ¬ ventions to BuHJcoonsIItlons Buflalo BufI I m in these different differentconventions dIfferentconvention conventions s many rromlnent t people peotlehave peoplehave...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

E G THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D ii G 3 il 4 i A NOTED POSTEL ARTIST ARTISTMrs ARTISIMrs ARTISTr4t r4t Mrs Lottie LottiepPiIsons Wilsons Work YorkHu Her Studios Studio StudioClu i s Clu Club Life in Michigan The The Busy Social SocialWorld SOCii1WorIaNevs SociallYorlQNews World WorIaNevs News Nuggets NuggetsGrand NuggetsGrand NuggetsGrand Grand Rapids Mich MichBpeclalIJ 14iichSpscislItittie 14iichSpscislItittieE Special Lottie LottieIS ttle ttleE IS E Wilson postal oil and minature minatureartist mtnatureartist minatureartist artist of Bay City Mien give a studio studioreception studiorooeptIon studioa = reception a cseption at the residence resl ence of Mr J CCraigs C CCraigs CCraigs Craigs 43 Jackson street Monday Mondayfrom Mondayfrom Mondayfrom from S to 5 and 8 to 10 Her aids were wereMrs wereMD werehits Mrs Linns Cdsup Mrs M Bob White WhiteJiiiaes WhItellises Whitelees Jiiiaes llises Grace Craig and Dorothy DorothyBrown DorothyBrown DorothyBrowns Brown The reception was a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

v S 4 4I THE COLORED AMERICAN A N W WASHINGTON D CX O I i i s = The continued session of tic th Grand GrandLodge GrandLodge GrandLodge Lodge was convened on Friday July July5tb July5tb Juty5th 5tb with the Grand Master Robert flTerrell HTerrell fl Sisiding Terrell presiding pre preofficer siding with the ft f c Mowing Mowingofficers Jlowingofficers officers assisting Deputy Gland Mae Maeter MaEter MaeActing ter W 13J H J Malvin Acting Actir g a aGrand Senior SeniorGrand S nior niorGrlnd Grand Warden Richard Laws ActingJunior Acting ActingJunior ActingJnnior Junior Grand Warden Kichaid H HJones HJ HJones Jones J ones Grand Secretary Vliiam W ylllain HM H Hfibers HI HIMJera fibers M 3ere Grand G Gman Treasurer Henry Co Coe e eman eman man Senior Grand Deacon Dea on F J Car Wrd Cardoza Otlrdoza d doza o2a Acting Junior Grand Deacon DeauonPaui D DeaconPaul a on onPaul Paul R Stewart much of the routinebusiness routine routinebusiness ron tinp tinpbuslnes8 business was transacted A motio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

t mE COI43RED AMERICAN AMERt A W A8H GTON a a j < > DEATHS IN GEORGIA GEORGIARev Rev Whitman the PoetPreacher and Mr MrW Mrw Mrr Pass Away AwayNevs News Notes NotesFrom NotesFrom NotesFrot1 W µ r E Terry From the Gate City < ity Atlanta Ga SpeeialHon W E ETeirv ETerry ETerry Columbus Oolum bus Ga for thirteen thirteenman thirteenyears thirteenyear Teirv Terry oi o Grand Master M 8ter of the Masonica Masonic MasonicLernity Ma onic onicfraternity bra brafraternity man S Lernity years fraternity of Georgia was w wcalled as on July first firstailed firstcalled called from labor to reward CaptainTerry Captainseveral Captain Captaine had been ill for fore several month monthsTerry monthHe mODthfHe Terry e rv fortysix years old He was i iman a aman aone He was e one of the first firsten firstman firstmen of affairs beingmen being man Georgia He leaves a wife and amiOBVsU andfive andmourn of men en his loss Hefive He Hegave children to mourn five children childrenfuneral a fine edu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

f A I 10 v TH1 S HE COLORED C i D AMERICAN A WASHINGTON D f 1T COMMENCEMENT AT YALE YALENew YALEf YALENew YALENew f New Interest Centers Around These Al Always Always Always ¬ ways Parting Days DaysThe The Return of ofOld ofOld ofraduatesA Old Graduates GraduatesA G GWith A Colored Graduate GraduateWilh GraduateWith With Honoie RonolaLocal Local Pickups PickupsNew PlckupsNew Pickupsy y i New Haven Conn Special SpecialCom SpecialCommencement S ecialCorn ecialCornand Com Commencement ¬ mencement week at Tale 1 dIe bas come comegone and andgone andKone gone and with it the thousands of visi vlsiwho visit t > re who have infused new life into intoquiet intoquiet 3 quiet New Haven As usual the com commencement commencement comin ¬ mencement girl was wasrounded in evidence ear surrounded sorrounded ¬ rounded by her throng of admirersCommencement admirers admirersCommencement admirersCommencement 3 Commencement week st Yale affords affordsmore affordsmore more ore novelty and interest t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

J < I THE HS COLORED AMERICAN AM RICA N WASHINGTON 9 D 6 mfm 1i < r rff ff nYTO ts pjaag aG A BO BOF BOQUST BOQU t i T OF PRAISES PRAISESFrom PRAISESFrom F From r n Readers Reads rsThe The Colored American AmericanLeads AmericanLeld Leads Leld < < In Character and Quality QualityLetters QualityLettersFroln Letters LettersFrom From all Parts of the World Must MustHave JriustHave MustHave Have it itUShe She Makes me Pay Next tothe to tothe tothe the Bible in Interest InterestGrowing Growing More Morein Morein Morein in Favor Day by Day DayThe DayTbe DayThe The publication p pcan of The Colored Amer American American ¬ to make it itjust itiu ican 1 can began eight years ago just iu col colored t what it is today todaythe the leading eol eolceedfcd collJIed lJIed journal of the world It has BUC BUCceedfd sucedEd ce ceedfcd edEd You Y ou can stick a pin here The Therise TherIse rise of the paptr I Iof aper to its present position positionof of leadership has been steady stead...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

I i VTUR H 00LOBED AIIElUOM = W WASHINGTON ABBlNGTON IX 0 x Cures CuresWeak Curesi 1 i lc Weak WoikMen WoikMenmuscs Men Mennsures MenFree Free Freensures nsures muscs Love and a iappy Home HomeFor HomeI I For All How any man may quickly cure himsal1after himself himselfafter hImssUafter after years ol suffering suieringfromseaualweakness suieringfromseaualweaknesslost from sej ual weakness weaknesslost weakneB8lost lost vitality of nfght ht losses varicocele etc etcfcBd et etl1d etcend end l1d enlarge small weak organs to lull size sireL sizeW Bizei i L W KNAPP M D Dand Dand Dsend and vigor Simply send your yo r name SId ad address address address ¬ I dress to Dr JU L W Knapp 1811 Hull Bldg BldgDetroit BldgDetroit BldgDetroit Detroit Mich and he will gladly send the thefree thefree thatree free receipt with wIthrun full directions so that any anyman anyman 1 man may easily easH cure himself at home This Thisis ThIsIs ThisIs is certainly certalD 1 a most generous offer and the thehol...

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

ssi 1 1THE f s 13 THE COaOmJEi 0000 AMKSlGAHj A VKtUCAN 8 WASm1ftJIOf a CROWNSVILLE COTTAGE COTTAGEis 1 1is i is an attractive place to spend the hot weather Itis I Iis It is a high and pleasantly situated farmhouse far hou e on th thAnnapolis the theAnnapolis theAnnapolis < Annapolis railway It is seven miles this side o oAnnapolis of ofAnnapolis ofAnnapolis Annapolis and only an hours ride from Washing Washington Washinctonvia Vashington tonvia ton via B and O B P Railroad Firstclass tabl tabland table tableand tableand < and good beds Can accommodate a few families familiesFor familiesFor familiesFor For further information write Mr JNO T JOHN JOHNSON JOHNSON JOHNSON ¬ SON Crownsville Anne Arundel Co Md or en enquire enQuire enQuire quire of Mrs Webb 1036 ird rd Street northwest northwestBow northwestBovv northwestg3 g3 Bow ow to Help us usThe usThe I IThe The frier ds of The Colored Ameri Am eri erican I Ioan can can help it In a substantial way fr frcalling by bycalling b...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

< 14 mE T Hg COLORED AMERICAN AMERICAN WASHINGTON W IX D 1 L LT t 3 1 BE N NOT T T OEeSIVBOl OEeSIVBOlJ DEEIVEDTo > P2P JL B I II J ill illTo o4a I To THE COLORED COLOR ED PEOPLE OF AMERICA AM EZR1CA EZR1CAKing ai aiSR t King of t11 HeLIP IOUIOS aim 0 SR OZONO m II IIC III II11I 0i C < = I C 11IC 11I l 41 0 0I I d 1 B BFORE FORE l AFTER BEFORE BEf R AFTER uH r iAi Ai Recognizing the fact that there are many many 80 S O CALLED hairgrowers anti andhairstraighteners jI hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing to a certainty that many manyof man manof of r these it are frauds r pure and T simple t we wish t tthe to mKe mace a straightforward straightforwardI s sA I A honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Inthe Trthe the year 1871 our late secretary secretary Mrs S M Moore through a fortunate fortunatecircumstance fortunater fortunatecircumstance r circumstance acquired the receipt for OZONO ZONO It was not offered for sale saleor saleor ale ale...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

r I y mE Jr OOLOBED AMERUJAN W ABHINGTON D l k r 4 VBiY COLLEGE COLLEGE fRJDES ESBCEQJL ESBCEQJLALLEGHENY SCHODL SCHODLII II IIALLEGHENY ALLEGHENY PA PAA PAt PAtPractIcal rAPractical A Practical Literary and In Industrial Industrial Industrial ¬ dustrial Trade School for Colored ColoredBoys ColoredBoys ColoredBoys Brick Bricklaying Bricklaying Bricklaying Boys and Girls Carpentry ¬ laying Plastering Painting and andInterior andInterior andInterior Interior Decorations Tailoring TailoringDressmaking TailoringDreismaking TailoringDressmaking Dressmaking Millinery Voice VoiceCulture V VoiceCulture oioo oiooCulture Culture and Piano Forte Literary Liter Literary Literary ¬ ary Department from Primary to toNormal toNormal toNormal Normal Course Job Work So Solicited Solicited fialicited ¬ licited and nd Profits given to the theStudents theStudents theStudents Students Catalogues now ready readyUnusual readyI readyUnusual Unusual advantages for Girls and andseparate anda I a separate buil...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 July 1901

1 1i L i 1 IB BDlOOImWD J4M AN a W A8EIH A lIme1ON ffOlf A r t t Town TojtTopics1 TojtTopics1x Topics TopicsSites x Sites lss Bertie Mason Is an accomplish accomplished ¬ ed pianist pianistMr pianistMr pianistMr Mr H Ernest Coney has returned returnedto to New YorkThe York YorkThe YorkThe The Daily Record is is to resume publi publication publication p ubli ublication ¬ cation shortly shortlyThe ShortlyThe The pavilion at Notley T Hall is is being beingtreated beingtreated beingtreated treated to a new roof roofMIs3 roofMiss roofMiss Miss Lucy E Moten is is estivating in inthe inthe inf f the hills of Maryland MarylandThose MarylandThose 1 aryl and andThose Those who can get et out of town are areleaving areleaving areleaving leaving at a rapid gait gaitThe gaitThe gaitThe The always popular Sophranie Payne Payneis is in Saratoga for the summerMrs summer summerMrs summer1tIre Mrs J W Pope will visit relatives relativesin elativesin e1ativ es esin in North Carolina next month monthMi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

C < i iC iI if C e I < f fA 1l 1l4f4 4f4 4 4t 4tfJ 3 t I I 1 I I t I II tfJ o otr I III I V A II I d p pssaa3cto i I Y 5 5b ssaa3cto U dgdgic q b 2 = I ItOSdAE tOSdAE GRp C ii iiVOL T4 T4PRICE t i1 tr trt trVOL t VOL 9 NO NO16 Q 16 WASHINGTON D DO O SATURDAY JULY 20 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS j AT GAY SARATOGA SARATOGAThe S ARATU0 A AThe The 1 he Ideal Summer Resort Full of Beaut Beautand Beautyand Beauty Beautyand and Animation AnimationA A PleasuresSeekingThrongThe PleasureSeekin PleasureSeekinThrong PleasureSeeking PleasureSeekingThrong Throng ThrongThe The Frederick Douglass Litei Liteiary Litera Literaary LiterBarY ary Association Elects New Officers OfficersPresident OfiicerPresident OfficersPresident President Lees Inaugural Aadres AadresMikes AudressMikes AadressMtk Mikes Mtk a Hit HitSaratoga HitSaratoga HitSaratoga Saratoga New Y ork Special SpecialThe SpecialTheRea Th Thseason Rea season on of 1901 is rapidly nearing it itzenith its itsZ itszanitb zenith Z nltb every tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

r 2 w j TT ic t 1 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D 0 4 + f OLAFFLIN SINGERS EAST EASTIRiising EASTRdsing EASTRaising Raising Funds for the SchoolColored SchoolColoredMen School 5ch JoIColored JoIColoredMen Colored ColoredMen Men Successful in Many Business EnrifesMelan En EnP EnprifesM P prifes prifesM rifesMelan Melange elangeSociaIJ eSocial Social Religious and andV andPohtical andPolitical V Political PoliticalMf PohticalHartford V Mf Mff f v t Hartford Conn Special SpecilThe SPeci = 1The The Car Carfi OJalfiin CIa CIafltn fi fiin in Un varsity singers tn erB sung to a very veryVnaaJi verypmall very13alt VnaaJi pmall 13alt house Fiiday Fl iday evening at the theB theS 8 > nth Park M E churcb They sang sangwtll B sangwill ng ngWtll wtll and made a very favorable im impreAsion Imcession m mpreasion P preasion cession upon th thf ss S present Their Theiraudience Theiraudience Paudience audience was wa entire entirely white Presi President Pr Presix 81 81dent ¬ x dent Jj M Dl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

z 1 THE COLORED AMERICAN i Liili W ii ASHINGTON N D a 8 I ATlORNEY WILLIAM A HE THMAN ProvldenceH I THE ONLY COLORED BARRISTER BARRISTERMr Mr Vi Win In A Heathman Heath man vho Alone Re Represents Represents presents the AfroAn1ericans in ProvI ProvIdence dence Before the Bar of J usticeA usticeALeader ustice usticeLeader A Leader SchoJarand Scholar and 1 Musician u lcian ot Note Noter NoteMr Mr r vViIlam A Heathman Heath man who en joys J the distinction of being the only colored attorney in Providence is i s a na native nativo tive of this city wh vhere re he has lived con continuousy contiuuously tinuousy except for a short period when whenhe whenhe he was nursulng a course of studIes at atBoston a aBoston t Boston University UniversityHis Univereit Y YHis His elementary education was reo reoceived re recelved ceived in in the p plblic iblic schools of Provi rtence After graduating from the Eng li8h 1 ieh High School in 1891 he entered Brown University where he continued continue...

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