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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 February 1921

JT •Jfci {to & !#f. $ UOBKBT jJ. DUBB. •HAS. M. 8HKD. -T* 1W aay part of the ttmlted ftates oae yew Month. JJD Display, Bending Contract rates given upon applieationa. paid for in advance. All Advertisements and,all that pertains to him is of ab sorbin interest to America and indeed the world. This statement is boriie "out by "the great dematffl for books deal w&ing with any phase of his public or pri "Vate career and by the wide reading of rWjall newly written books received. One W ©f the most recent and most delightful ia* Irving Batchelder's book "A Man for the Ages." It is delightfully writ ten and in it you come to know Abra ham Lincoln in the friendly, kindly way, that you come to know a neighbor living next door. There is nothing par tieularly dramatic about it$ it is fc plain narrative of pioneer life with Abraham Idneoln as one of the characters. Be cause it rings true, you instinctively know that the portrayal of Lincoln's life and character must be a real one. ¥'f...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 February 1921

?'fv lkTf' rc E? -t 's.VM 1 Removal Notice Nelson's Book ^•*«virt Store .Jfs 2234 Fourth St 'Branches |of our ii NEW OLD AND RARE BOOKS. a ... NELSQV'S BOOK 8TORB $ PHONE MARKET 1434 223 4TB ST. DES MOINES, IOWA BOOKS PURCHASED—ODD VOLUMES OR LIBRARIES SOFT. SILKY HAIR reliable hair (rower that makes short, kinky hair qoir.k ly grow Business Cleaning Pressing Repairing I Ions, soft and silky. Stops falling .hair, removes dandruff, cleans the scalp -nd feeds the hale •roots. EXELENTO QUININE POMADE If your druggist cannot supply you. •ind 26c in stamps or coin for full size package. Use EXISL EN TO Sxm BEAUTIFIES. an ointment for dark, sallow skin. Used in treatment of akin troubles. Agents Wanted Everywhere Write for Particulars RELENTS MEDICINE CO., AtM* (Mr* GC15KAGS BRAND "S'A«3u.ETS Vim, W Vigor and Vitality Ptfre SI,CO st any drug storo or snr.t In plain wrapper to &uy uCtlica* on rosofpt of prl' o. A.-ronts Wantotl Evemwiiere COURAGE TABLET CO gSacon, Georgia LADIES will g...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 February 1921

fa $• gjt '1* ,$ ,» f5 •*£%r I u~ $r' "f 1 OSXftXOOSA. XTBM8. Quarterly meeting service® conducted last Sunday by the presiding elder, xtev Haekley and "the pastor. Bev. Manley y- were well attended. Splendfil sermons were delivered and the collections for the day were large. Frank Allen, local contractor, has been given the contract to planter the Pirola. theater. He Will begin.work Monday and hopes to complete the job in about three weeks. Congratulations, Mr. Allen. ^1 Mrs. Montgomery of Olarinda was a guest Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Moore. •if Mrs. A. G. Clarke entertained in her home Saturday afternoon, students from the Seventh and Eighth grades and %be High school. An afternoon long to remembered by the youngsters and Mrs. Clarke was enjoyed. Refreshments "Jg were served at the close ,of the after noon. 1 ff Mrs. Luev Allen, who had the misfor tU' tunc1 of sca'iding her foot, is improved, The A. M. E. Sewing circle met at the ,4*' home of Mrs. Mollie Stewart Th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 February 1921

.• .... FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOOD'tYOU DO .. RgAD TH£ BYSTANDER TOL. XXVI^ NO. 34. i^.., New York City, N. Y., Feb. 14. The appointment of a Negro to the •cabinet was urged in a letter s^nt yesterday to President-elect "War ren G. Harding by the Bronx and Manhattan Non-Partisan citi zens union. The letter, which was signed by Eugene Mcintosh, presi dent in part follows: "This association hereby desires to request your consideration ot a colored man for a member of your cabinet. I realize that fco some this request will appear* paradoxical and that to others it may seem in expedient for you to appoint a col ored man as a member of your offi cial family, hut justice knoweth no brother, and who can contend that the Negro by ability, loyalty and sacrifice is hot entitled to a place in" the council of this nation. -"Today*the 12,000,000 colored citizens of this country are repre sented to no position of honor, or emulument in this government? -a- ,*r.r V.-' t. ACC...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 February 1921

?*. Acs KfjflS Pk°"iSS»tX*roat TIOBEET *i, SEAS. M. 89 4V %&!• IT*4 F", mm $ Obpla per ineb Beading Noti ees. per line P'- THB BTBTAMDBB FOBIaZBSZKQ OOKPAXY Wv J_,j Dee Moines, Iowa. ,.r Editorials (BuMit. EUxri R. HalT) BASTEB COMES EARLY BCABOH TWENTY-SEVENTH This Year is Earliest Great Festival Has Occurred Since 1913. Eaatcr this year is earlier than it has A "been since 1913 when it occurred on March 23, and- earlier than it* will be ^A^again until 1940 when it will fall on "March 24. This year it occurs on March 27 and will iall on the same date in 1932. Easter cannot be earlier than March 22 nor later than April 25 since it is reckoned as the first Sun day after tie paschal full moon which ^appears on or after March 21, Seldom is Easter as early as it is this year. The vast majority of the dates since 1801 as far ahead as 2,000, fall in April. Only once in the three centuries has the date come at jts earliest, and was March 22, 1818. Last Easter occurred April 4, and next...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 February 1921

p\8k'r «*. #.: #*A Removal Notice-^ 'rect 1. Poltelt Aide Shi a Nelson's Store' 4-*AH, r. 2234'Fourth St. NEW OLD AMD BARB BOOKB. 1 NELSON'S BOOK BTORB PHONE WAMTBD 1434 223 4TH RT: DBS MOINE8, IOWA BOOKS PUBOHASBD—ODD VOLUMES OB LIBRARIES LADIES—Will grow your hair from 4 to 12 inches in 4 to any 6 months, and Some women do not realize that fc walking shoe wears better and appears well for a.longer time itits frequent |y polished. A new street shoe ought not to be worn much until It, Is pol* lstaed once, for without the polish It Is much more liable to be scratched than with'a good^noilsh. *2speciall» -its tbia tru* df "7-TN Test The THREE Branches of our Cleaning Pressing. Repairing CENTER DBESS CLUB W. J. Shepherd, Manager Cleaning, Bepairlng, Dyeing and Tailoring Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Call, for and Deliver 1012 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Phone Walnut 3746. Unexcelled Service Claudius A, Meade, licensed broker, high grade stocks and bonds. Specialist in the stocks of the c...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 February 1921

to &«'•_. W! 9H&-' 3£?- *^BIGKFV -*i .^V-.VV'VM,.. 4 & 1 1 'i *v •*.-k in ^,^'v ife* fe~ jW'-# s*" 1 -J? ii iV .* kte J'» rY{ ij MOTaATIirB NOTSS. Mr. Abraham Seabroolfs left Friday, Jan. 28 for Omaha, Neb., where he will visit indefinitely witft hit daughter, Mrs. Qarrie Dix«on, Maseatine subaeriberf to the Bystand' er were disappointed to find that notes gent in on time are not published until two and throe weeks later. The agent is positive they were sent in on time. Miss Sidney J. Davis, superintendent at the Younff Women's Christian In j^dustrial Mission of Keoli.uk, Iowa, is the guest of Mrs. Xiraie Carr this wee*. Miss Davis delivered addresses before Kettle Sunday school- of the t7. B. church and the morning services at the First ,M. E. church last Sunday, and has served other engagements to speak be fore leaving the city. A number of our people are on the siek list. Among them, Mrs. Bobert Sf?§j! Evans, who is at present in Bellevue hospital Mrs. Bohert Johnson ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 February 1921

44* T' »ir y.i •'vA -*Ss'\ Irngj FOR THE BAb- YO«S *, DO 4 SPREAD OTHER PAPERS FOR THE aOQDII YOU DO ,.. v?PA5tW-BYS^N0EB vVOl^^XVI, NO. v. ——'1 .."' A. i: .'•*• -.' •sfW & jtfCk-' MJ-f n. Ufa. %!}$• Using America^ Prejudice To Further Lause .:«• (^y The Asspci9t^ Negrp„| xess.) Washington,"Feb. 24.—German propagandists are charged here with again putting into practice their secret propaganda work, and ^trmn#»to use American racial pre judice to further the ciius£, ThGus^. ands of petitions ha^e..|ieenvsent tq-* Congressmen urging ^he tJnit03 States to protest thexFrench occu pation of Germans with African troQps. Secretary of State Colby has made the charge that the Ger mans are already reviving their dir ty pre-war attempt to influence American public, opinion. They are collecting money-on the pre tense that the bl$t&'trepp9,.are *$ Hacking German women and Chil dren when the French, English'andr even the Germain: papers stated that jidn men are prais­ ing Col. F. W. Galbr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 February 1921

WblUUaf OflM •flNM Waim IMc -lbtr«ed it fk« £0 my pw* Hs.ltMtkp Way, 73 "1*144 }S U* Jk Webster. A N 17T 1 & t}, Ir^ V', THE BY ST AN «r«ft 1 per IBM fcetfeee, All Weekly news ftV letter* T'. Editorials (By Mis. Eft«rf R. Hall) QBOBOB WASHINGTON. in war end first in peace—'£ With love we apeak of him again Whose praises with the years in crease— And first in the heartr-of his eoun toymen. -. '"j, A hundred years hence, other disci ples of Washington will celebrate his birth, with no less of sincere admira tion than we who now commemorate it. When they shall meet, as we now meet, to do themselves and him that honor, so surely as they shall see the blue summits of his native mountains 'rise in the horizon, so surely as they behold the river on whose banks be lived, and on whose banlcs he rests, still flowing on toward the sea, so surely may they see, as we now see, A the flag of the*'union floating on the top of the eapitol and they, as now may the soil in his eourse visit no land...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 February 1921

.4^%- FORSALE—One 6 room house In Highland Patk. Fine location. Modern throughout and on paved street. $3,500. E. JAGKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405. FOR SALE—Four-room Stucco Bungalow partly miodern in East Des Moines. Price $2,950. E. JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405, FOB SALE—Five'room Bunga low in East Des Moines STRICTLY modern. E. JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405L __ FOB SALE—Six-room house in Highland Park. All modern con veniences except bath. E. JACK SON, BLACK 1405. LADIES—Will grow your hair from 4 to 12 imefces in 4 to Bwmths, and cor rect any hair disorder.' Men treated. Send stamp for information sheet and particulars. Harry Hannibal, Hair Spe cialist, 2121 Albemarle Boad, Desk w, Brooklyn, N. Y. FOR xxarr. Two neatly furnished rooms, with modern oonveniecee,. Phone Bed 3777, Mrs. H. Brown, 1116 Eighth street. 666 WILL BREAK A GOLD, FEVER AND GRIPPE QUICKER THAN ANY THINO WE KNOW, PBB PNEUMONIA. VENTING "7-TN" COUIfAQB BRAND TABLET® For Vim, Vigor and tlMataw ••nt In plain yrmpmtr 1 •MKUM ii...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 February 1921

4 §Jt8 Jr I 1 1CS..PLSASAKT NEW8. Mr. Theodore J^ckjftm has returned to the efty after An. absence of some months. P. R. Haejlcy was present, j^reaehing a •err fln« sermon. Ber! Hacldey ha# aud« quite a favorable impression- on .••« si] who bare met him. Mr. and Mrs. Bert'Bramble spent last Son day in Barling-ton. The Miases Genevieve Pickett and Dorothy Anderson w.tre in Pairfield last Monday night. ... .,.J .J,...,. ..• The Missy society met last Monday afternoon with Mr?. Harriet Smith. A very pleasant time wan bad. Mrs. Morton ef Kt-okuk, the talented .'' reader gave one of ber fipe recitals to a small bat very appreciative audience last Tuesday evening. Those who failed to bear Mrs.- Morton misled a rare treat. V, The Mother's Cpuncil held au in Tor mal affair at this ebiy liome of Mrs. Handy last Wednesday afternoon. Pie and eocoa was served by the club to the invited guests. A very enjoyable time 1 was had by all present. The Busy Bee club met with Mrs. Smith Monday afternoon...

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 March 1921

.v! xj «IIlil!«nd i* 'Wwssg/ fr¥ieta£i»* found.^ A mid-summer meeting Bulletin. Washington, Feb. 26.—The con ference report on the immigration bill was adopted today by th§ house and senate and the measure sent to the president. I would limit immi gration for fifteen months from next April 1 to three per cent of v" the nationals of the various coun tries who were in the United States at thfe time of the 1910 census. Washington, Feb. wppiap sfi y». FOR THE BA&v READ OTHERS QOOD' READ THE BYSTANi. XXVI. NO. ?e. WiH Last Dallas, Texas, February 26.— The Bishops' Council and Connectional Council of the A. M. E. church wjpich were held last week at St. James A. M. E. church Will be recorded as having been the starting place of one of the most far-reach ing and comprehensive plans for church improvements ever inaugurat ed. The most outstanding feature of this meeting, which caused hun dreds of the most representative pastors and laymen of the connection to convene iu Dallas, was the p...

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 March 1921

1 ssa£B3y v' F'J §v A iL 5 r\y A, tPC: 4Afc' WV ••T&vet It W imnm- Walnut 8W. iSHk^Sni^ srisn 3HAS. M. SHED. -Display, Beading per ifieh Notices, per line Editorials tjBy Mrs. Elbert R. Hall) The following editorial. from the pen of the Hon. Har\aey Ingham, fearless Jeditor, appeared in the Des Moines Keg a.gJSjister of Monday morning, Feb. 28. The •H|S{By!tander commends* it to its readers C^p'and to all fair-minded Americans: I There would be little in this simple announcement to interest the general public, or to create sensation in New York City, if it weie not for'the fact that the last actor named, Charles 8. •V Gilpin, is a Negro, iuid "The Emperor Jones," one of the phenomenal successes of the season, a Negro character. "When it first appeared that Gilpin •was to be included in the list of ten, by the votes of members of the league, question was at onee raised over extend ing him an invitation to the dinner. The invitation was extended. Now the question is whether he wil...

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 March 1921

ifer ,Vf I vr •viy *iT ^'yl FOB SALE—One 6 room house ^'in Highland Park. Fine location. Modern throughout and on paved street. $3,500. E. JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405. FOR SALE—Four-room.' Stucco Bungalow partly modern in East Des Moines. Price $2,950. E. JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405. FOR-SALE—Five-room Bunga low in East Des Moines STRICTLY modern. E. JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405. FOR SALE—Six-room house in Highland Park. All modern con-( veniences except bath. E. JACK SON, BLACK 1405. LADIES—Will grow your hair from 4 to 12 inches in 4 to 6 months, and cor rect any hair disorder. Men treated. Sepd stamp for information sheet and particulars. Harry Hannibal, Hair Spe cialist, 21SJ1 Albemarle' Bead, Desk W, Brooklyn, N. Y. FOB BENT. Two deatly furnished rooms, with modern convenjeces. Phone Bed 3777 Mrs. H. "Brown, 1116 Eighth street. 666 WILL BREAK A COLD, FEVER AND GRIPPE QUICKER THAN ANY THING WE KNOW, PREVENTING PNEUMONIA. "7-TN" CCURAGE BRAND TABLETS For Vim, Vigor and Vitality Prlc* Sl...

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 March 1921

(VJJ "5» W B4 "t• r"it A "**i yfTitrnitn V* •V £1 TpS-*"" J&1 2*4 •Ki *21 varma. second* quarterly conference Saturday ©vetting, Feb. 12 at Bethel A. If, B. chSirch. Master Norman Major Is ill at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 8am Sykes. Mrs. Johnso not Denver, CoL and Mrs. Holmes of Omaha 'were the guests of thei* sister, Mrs. Emma Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. John Greenup of Mt. Pleasant attended the fam ilyrcunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sykes. While in the city they ealled on Bev. and Mrs. B. P. Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. E. Greenup. Mr, and Mrs. Manning's daughter lifter three months' illness passed away Tuesday moaning at 8 a. m. Feb. 15 at the home of her parents. She leaves to mourn her loss, mother, father and one sister. The members and friends ex tends to Mr. and Mrs. Manning their heartfelt sympathy in their sad hour of bereavement. The funeral services of Mary Man ning was held Wednesday from the A. M. E. church, Bev. B. F. Hubbard in charge. Little Johnnie Gi...

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 March 1921

frp? •r,'$f' 3. mm 11 m$', .„,v FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER ,\' VOL. XXVI. NO. 37. Colored Lad Kilted (By The Associated Negro Press.) Culpeper, Va., March 3.—Wal lace Willoughby, 30 years old, white, was arrested by Sheriff J. J. Nash and locked up, charged with the murder of Jamesr Robertson, 20 years old, colored, in an argument. Hint^ of race rioting that fol lowed delayed the arrest. When the murmuring had quieted, Sher iff Nash went to Willoughby's home and found him hiding in a storeroom at the Tear *Z Heads Body Seeking To Finish Negotions For $5,000,000 Credit Establishes in 1918 New York, March 7.—Headed by President Charles D. B. King of the Republic of Liberia in Africa, the Librarian Plenary Mission &r rived here yesterday on the Panhandle State of the U. S. Mail Steam ship Company line The purpose of the Mission, according to Gabriel L. Dennis, the secretary, is to conclude negotiations with the United States Governme...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 March 1921

#f •Ki pf^ vk, PM Asm '*•3. y^r fifik- P* 4 rA Walavt M. 1 P* if 1 j* iv Ef. »5'v fc*,, v- ,P1fTPn mar ttMd llotiew, par lit* •f) Contract rataa given upon applications, AM Advertisement* paid for la advance. 'fK* All nutter alioald Cfe Editorials Help—join the N. A. A- C. P. SUPPORT SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS On next Monday, March 14 an elec tion to fill three vacancies on the D§s Moines Board of Education will be held. There are seven aspirants for the three vacancies. Among the can didates are three members of the pres ent board who are up for re-election: Mrs. 6. E. MacKinnon, P. B. Sheriff and Charles Hutchinson. Mrs. MacKinnon, who is the wife of the late Gilger E. MacKinnon, former ly president of the Mechanics bank and generally conceded to have *. «.en liv3 A 2 bSl i.' ct m£T THE BYSTANDER '*5?"sss *ii^TSJ*LKi:s. sss fetr-«a at th* roil OflBM Om M«ia«^ Iowa, BnmI OlaM natWr. IiAUBKNCK O. ^2»Jfl8 Publisher and Editor "MB8L BLBIUT B. HAM. Editorial Manager ROBERT ^h*R 1L SHED —Secr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 March 1921

7- v*w TOR SALE-—One 6 room house ip Highland Park. Fine location. Modern throughout an# on paved street. $3,500. E. JACKSON, PBtoNE BLACK 1405. FOB SALE—Four-room Stucco Bungalow partly, modern in East Des Moines. Price $2,950. E. JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405. r: FOR SALE—-Five-room Bunga low in East Des Moines STRICTLY modern. E.JACKSON, PHONE BLACK 1405. O S A E S ix us in Highland Park.. All modern con veniences except bath. E. JACK SON, BLACK 1405. LADIES—Will grow your hair from 4 to 12 inches in 4 to 6 months, and cor rect any hair disorder. Men treated. Send stamp for information sheet and particulars. Harry Hannibal, Hair Spe cialist, 2121 Albemarle Road, Desk W, Brooklyn, N. Y. FOB BENT. Two neatly furnished rooms, "with modern convenieces. Phone Bed 8777. Mrs. F, Brown, 1116 Eighth street. 666 WILL BREAK A COLD, FEVER AMD GRIPPE QUICKER THAN ANY THING WE KNOW, PREVENTING PNEUMONIA* TN Claudius A. Meade, licensed broker, high grade stocks and bonds. Specialist in the stocks o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 March 1921

iv *, 'iv*/. £-4 M,i\ fir JP3 €^TH^ "X £r Aili BAPIM K0TB8. Mr». E. C, Thomas ii very nick at the home of her daughter, Mr*.. A. 0-. Gray, Mre. Vesta Smith, who is ill at Mercy hoc* v. i. |ltai ia improving. «ol®rt Boone left Saturday night I. ,• Xor St. Paul to visit hi* aunt* and uncle, fo?k Sunday, Feb. 28 was quarterly meeting »t Bethel A. M. E. church. Rev. Stovall, the presiding elder was present and preached two moul-atirrlng sermons during the day. Quarterly conference waa held Monday Bight. Mr». Mabel Robins entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mra. Leslie Jones of Chicago and Mrs. Roy Warren. A fine lnnch was served and the ladies ex pressed themselves as having a very enjoy able timer There was about eighteen guests present. Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Waters will leave Tuesday morning for Ohicago to visit their parents. They will also visit other eastern points before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Lavell celebrated their twenty-sixth wedding anniversary Mon day, Feb. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1921

W"f T' VOL. XXVI Sr mi sr •& A .... 1 -uUr- *^7? FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE OOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER NO. 38. ••/s&'k lv '%y 'K (By The Associated Negro Press.) Washington, March 15.—The de partment of l^bor has just issued a second study on Negro labor con sisting of. a monograph of 144 pages giving data about occupa tions in which ^Negroes were most generally employed during the war period, the average number of working hours, opinions .of employ ers who employed Negroes and the Negro workers records as to absen teeism, turnover, etc. The report also gives full account of the plajas, politics, methods of handling the problems dealt with by the Depart ment of Labor during the past three years for increasing the efficiency of Negro workers and improving the relations of Negro workers, white workers and employers. *ris~ Figures' showing €he distribution of Negro men in unskilled occupa tions in twenty-six states, compris ing 62,340 Negro workers in 292 ...

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