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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 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 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

I TBS COLORED AM RiOAN f WAH1GI umtGnm G lIiI q JA J A POPULAR P0 P0ver HEADWAITER HEADWAITEREverything HEADWAITEREverything Everything E ver Y thing in in Full Swing at the Pier PierCrowds PierCrowds Crowds CrowdsE of Visitors Enjoy the Sea SeaBreezes SeaBreezesCottages Breezes BreezesCottages Cottages s are Being Rapidly RapidlyFilled RapidlyFilledShaw RapidlyFilled Filled FilledShaw Shaw U University Quartette Rais Baising Raising Raising ing Money for a Cooking School SchoolPer SchoolPersonal1rlention SchoolK Per Personal Personal ¬ sonal sonal1rlention sonal1rlentionN Mention MentionNaragansett MentionNarag Naragansett N Narag ansett Pie Pieast Pier R I Special SpecialAt SpecialAtlast At Atast last ast the season has gotten under way wayid way1d way1d 1d though the thehave Casino ino and Rocking Bockingfcam Rockingh Hotels have e not been rebuilt rebuiltthere re rebuiltIi built builtthere fcam h a aIn m ahere and amuse amuseas amosenunts amnsmJntB there t here is much life as m...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

i ii Th ThY0 j AMERICAN AMERICAN WASHINGTON W 1 Co 10 TID > fH COLORED J A ABUSY BUSY QUILL DRIVEREntertainments DRIVE DRIVEv DRIVEEntertainrnents DRIVER DRIVEREntertainments v Entertainments Galore for the Visiting VisitingSocial VisitIngf f t Social Melange and Local Loc l Mentionl MentionGrand Mention MentionGrand hlentionGrand l Grand Rapids Mich SpecialMrastern Special SpecialMr SpecialMrJ Mr MrJ J Harvey Pau Paugburn barn is the e esPondeut eastern easterncorrespondent easterDCOlr astern correspondent COlr pondeut for the Detroit Informer laformerand Iaf Informerand r e eand and his news letters from Nassau last lastwinter lastwinter lastR J JLoomis R RLoomis RLoomis winter was ras very good Editor it01 Loomis of Detroit Informer is lS a weekly weeklyvisitor weeklyYi visitor Yi ta + tQr c c to o the city he has several several severallupl8 severallupl8BtudyiD pnpls pnplsstudying p pstudying studying stenography under him The Tneedisor Theeditor ThebuQl editor fi li l severa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

1 1 LOLOE Ys THE COLORED r AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D no C > 1 1I E E COOPER COOPERSecretary COOPERSecret3rYe COOPERSecretary I Secretary BOOKER T WASHINGTON WASHINGTONPresident WASHINGTONPresident WASHINGTONPresident l President T THOS FORTUNE FORTUNEChairman FOR1UNE FOR1UNEChairman FORTUNEChairman Chairman Ex Cmm Cjmnrttee ° ttee The National National17egro Fegro Business League VI 9 ill Meet Me t in Chicago 111 August 21 2 22 23 1901 1901Twenty 1901Twenty igoxTwenty Twenty one States were represented at the session of the National ational Negro Business League which was organ organized organjzed organized ized at Boston last summer The second annual session is to be held at Chicago August 21 22 23d The Thelocal Thelocal Thelocal local committee in charge of arrangements has matters well in hand and has arranged for a splendid and for the theproper theproper theproper proper entertainment for the guests The League will be in session for three days and will be tendered a ban banque...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

T f i > y yTT TI TIi TT V > i iAKESIOAH i j < t mE OOL ft Ji AKESIOAH OAN WASHINGTON 5 IX L I I T CITY PRRAPAAGH PRRAPAAGHAmong PRRAPAAGH5I Cry Cryi CryAinong I i Among the the Sunday visitors sltor9 wereProf were wereProf 4 Prof W S Montgomery Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs Mrs W V L Houston Miss Lute LutePorter LutePorter LutePorter Porter Dr Julia Hall and daughters daughtersMr a 1 1Mr Mr Wm Butler Mr tJh < Jhas ihasJ s J Pickett PickettMiss PickettMiss PickettMiss Miss Lilly Ramsey Messrs Blacfcburn Blacfcburnand Bl8c Blacgbarnand bum bumand and Grim Grimshaw GrimshawMissAddL shaw shawMiss ShawMiss Miss MissAddL AddL S McKnight of the Char Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte ¬ lotte N C graded graded schools scho > s and Mrs MrsH MrsR Mrslt H B Williams of Winston Salem SalemNC SalemNC SalemNC NC both representatives of South Southern Southern Southern ¬ ern culture and refinement passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough through the city cif recently the former for...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

> I I 18 THE COLORKW CO it sY AMBBICM BICf a 1rAk wd rnp f D b I JT4NEGBO JT4NEGBOUptodate A NEGEOtptodate NEGRO Decorating Interior TintiniE TintingE9 Tinting tptodate l pto d a te E aR E E9 EENCflER EENCflERThe The leading colored artistic designer d signer decorai decoraiand decorator decoratorand decoratorand and wall paperist paperistComplete papernstComplete 1 1Complete Complete Stock StockEstimates 8tt mockEstimates ock ockE Estimates E sU mates and Samples < furnished Work d dhere done don donhere < here in town can be inspected at any time timeRencher timeRencher timeRenclier Rencher 2211 7n N NWall t W WWall WWaH Wall Papering Fainting Faintingll aintinc aintincTheonly alnhngJ J L Lill ill ll T Theonly i f < i as a OUB ovsICEC us IIJ IIJor 1 ICEC W tr tror S Sor t is at or colored tame u 1128 Tib Street Streelt N w wBest WBest WBest Best ice cream and best of of treatment treatmentCall treatmentI treatmentCall I Call and investigate Soda fountain fountainiaconn...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

i T i 14 fBB COLORED CoLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON IX IXf a dw df aa a4i11i a w 4i11i 1i 9 II GS > IESI ac aciifJI ifi1 4ifI14ifti iiII 4F jjII itjIIJlijjJIiiifJ o iiI1 JiI6 411 iifJI iiI 7 iiIJ1 41 4f1I iiiJIr ii iiIi IitIP 17 iiJIiP 4 iiJ1JjI1iiJI JijI1 4ff1liiI iiJP 7 + 1B8 N T DseEIVBO DseEIVBOTo I f s f TO THE COLORED COLOREDfj GOLOR 1 PEOP PEOPLE E OF AMEI MERICA IC I i iI s ss ao aoKing fj I King o of all HaIr TonIcs ionicSp 1 I p Z N e i ie e j rJit Y tt 1 4t FORE qr i AFTER AFTS A 8 8I i I UI UII C UIC < I j Recognizing b br the fact that there are many SOCALLED hairgrowers and andhairstraighteners 1 tU r j t i hairstraighteners now on the market arket and knowing to t < > a certainty certai ty that many manyF manyt man manof t I i of F these are frauds f 1 pure and I Slm simple pIe 1 we wIsh to m2K make a straightforward straightforwardhonest straIghtforward straIghtforwardf T f fhonest f IA A honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Inthe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

1 1trBE J < < t trBE Je COL e ae4 rs e a e a s a RIC ttT 1 A v a C44 that RED M N W ASHINGTOl4 I4 di 1 tr u J flfBBT I VBRi COLLEGE TRADES TR TRUES S DE3 SCHOOL SCHOOLI SCHOOLALLEGHENY CJjODL CJjODLG CJjODLALLEGHENY t tALLEGHENY G ALLEGHENY IAA PA PAA P A AA A Practical LitBFarY Literary and In Industrial Industrial Industrial ¬ dustrial Trade School for Colored ColoredBoys ColoredBoys ColoredBoys Boys and Girls Carpentry Brick Bricklaying Bricklaying Bricklaying laying Plastering Painting and andInterior andInterior andInterior Interior Decorations Tailoring TailoringDressmaking TailoringDressmaking TailoringDrea Dressmaking Drea making Millinery Voice VoiceCulture VoiceCulture PoiceCulture Culture and Piano Forte Literary Liter Literary Literary ¬ ary Department from Primary to toNormal toNorma toNormal Normal Norma Course Job Work So Solicited Solicited Solicited ¬ licited and Profits given to the theStudents theStudents theStudents Students Catalogues now n w ready readyUn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

r I r r F i lE 1 c IDI 1 AI JllIif fAJmIlGTOlf a Ii 7 u I y Town TowitTopIcs TowitTopIcsy Topics TopicsMr s Mr Will H n I Lacy Lacy acy has s been ill illMr ilL ilLMr illMr Mr Harry MeNabb M 8bb has returned to tothe tothe tothe the city cityMr cityMr titsJ J Mr and Mrs T W Allen are at atWarrenton atWtrrenton atrrenton Warrenton rrenton Ya CaMess YaMiss VaMiss Miss Estelle Hedgeman will vlaitrelatives visit visitrelatives visitrelatives relatives in Virginia VirginiaT Virg VirginiaJ 1ia 1iaJ J T C Newsom contemplates lo locating locating locating ¬ cating cating in Oklahoma OklahomaMrs OklahomaMrs OklahomaMrs Mrs Lemuel Makell is sojourning in Asbury Park N JThere J JThere JThere There have been numerous reduc reductions reductions reductions ¬ tions in the Census Office OfficeMr OffieeMr OfficeMr Mr William M j Wilson of oiti the Re Recorders Recorders Recorders ¬ corders Office has been on the sick sicklist sIcklist sicklist list listMrs Mrs J W Pope of New N ew Jersey Jerseyaven...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

F I = = Oo OoI I i Li7 wiff f i 7 r rVOL iiN1 I IG Ijvs i G jvs a E ftI ftIV V j jNAL l T NAL NALr NALl 1 p C i O i L r PAPEq PAPEqVOL VOL 9 NO IS WASHINGTON D c SATURDAY AUGUST 3 nOl PRICE FIVE CENTS B PIONEER OF NEGRO VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLEThe V AUDEVIL E EThe The Jgteoric Career ot Mr c Pat f haP haPpelle hap happeIIe peIIe the Magnate of Afro American AmericanStageFrom AmericanStageFrom StageFrom Strolling Player to ManagetColored Man Manage age agetColored Colored Performers Sh Should lJuld 0 Or Organize Oratize ganize atize for Protection ProtectionTis ProtectionTis Tis not birth nor wealth nor State StateBut Staterut But get get up and get that makes a aman aman man great greatThe greatanying The accome 3ccompanying anying b broct portrait is a cor correct rect likeness of a prominent Afro Afromerican AfroAmerican American who illustrates in the high highlist highest list degree the truth jn this oldtime oldtimeyjng oldtimeswing swing yjng It is iIr Pat Chappelle of ofT ofTamp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

j r 2 2f r THE COLORED AMERICAN AMETUCANWASHllSGTON WASHTNGTON1 WASHINGTON I D G < < f d r IN THE WESTERN RESERVE RESERVEThe RESERVEp p 6 6The e eys ys The Bishops Convene Conve > > in Chicago and are areGiven areGiven areGiven Given a Taste of the Windy City Hos Hospitality HospitalityGreat HosPitalitYGreat ¬ pitality pitalityGreat Great Preparations for the theNational tbeNationaI theNational National 1 Negro Businees LeagueNotes League LeagueNotes LeagueNotes Notes NotesChicago Notest t NotesChicago Chicago Ill Special SpecialThe The Literary lateraryand Literaryan a aand and an d Historical i Con Congress reel of the Fourth FourthEpiscopal FourthE Fourthe Episcopal E isco pal District of o f the th thi e African AfricanMethodist AfrIcan111ethodist i Methodist Diethndi t Bmscopal Eni Enisco oopl p pa al Church convened convenedat onvenedst at Quinn C1aPfI Chajl a 1 W Wabash abash ave Rnd andTwentyfourth Rndf I f Twentyfourth street streetJJuly July Jui lah lBhl 1901 1...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

st stTHE 1 1THE THE COLORED AMERICANW AMERICANS WAS ASffiNGTON IN4TON D I a 3 3I TT t I r I M eM fM4 WHAT AN EMINENT AFROAMERICAN DIVINE SAYS SAYSGeneral SAYSRev I Rev C T Walker D D Pays a High T Tribute ibut to Race Newspapers in I I General and The Colored American in In Particular t1 foJ I 4I 1 4 i REV o T WALKER WALKERNew WALKERNew H R New York Y or k 1 1I N Y YWANTED YI YWA I I I WANTED WA TED TO O KNOW KNOWWhat KNOWi i f E What Bam Thompson did with It ItHow itHow I How that Pierce Place scandal got gotout gotj go t t k j out Who will be appointed Justice of the thePeace th thPeace B I Peace PeaceWhen PeaoeWhen PeaceWhen When the Ohioans 0 hioaD8 are going to get gettogether getto ge getogether t together togetherWhen to togetherWhen ethel ethelWhen When that K street divorce suit will willbe toil toilbe viIIbe 1 be settledWhen settled settledWhen lJettledW When W hen will Mr White get the eye o othe of ofthe ofthe f the President PresidentIf If yOU have noticed W H H Terrell...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

y r ri t i 4 THE COLORED AMERICAN 9 WASHINGTON 3 D > C V s 8ISjO J WrOOO 0 THE SEVENTIETH B MILE STONE STONEA I z A Recept4on Rees t4ou and Collation In Honor Ho nor of ofRfc ofRt ofat Rfc Rev Bishop J W Hood HoodThe HoodK HoodThe K The 70 70b h Anniversary of Bishop J JW JW Jw W Hood 0 D LL D Senior JBishsp BisbepA Bish JBishspA 4 A M E Zion churoh was held tat tatJohn at atJohn 1 John Wesley WeEd y H M i E Z Zion > on church churchlast churchf4 churchlast f4 last Wednesday evening The he church churchwas churchr churchwas r q was tastefully decorated with Palms Palmsand Palmsi Palmsand i and choice fi jwers The choir of the theKoekville theRockville tl Rockville e Zton church rendered sweet sweetmusic sweetij sweetmusic ij music Over 2SO 2 0 came from RockvilleHd Rockville RockvilleHd Rockvillef Hd I headed by b Rev A C Washingt1 Washing Washington Washinga a f t1 j ton and Prof O H EdmundsBishop Edmunds EdmundsBishop EtlmundBt4 t4 Bishop Hood preached an able anni anniversa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

y J THE T r COLORED nrnTZ AMERICAN e Ar1ruTn a ia WASHINGTON W w ASHmGTON A a TWrsma B n C Ct f r flmuseJ1ents nttsemenf musemenfsThe s sThe 0 o o oThe The Second eAnneal Annoal BxcnrsioI Excursion BxcnrsionOF n I OF THE THEExcelsior THEExcelsior THEExcelsior Excelsior Club will be given Friday August AU uet 9th It Itwill Itwill I INotrey will go g o to Notley N oUey Hall on the Steamer SteamerRIVER SteamerRIVER r gER RIVER ER QUEEN and every prepara preparation preparation ¬ tion baa been made to tosa make m ke the affair affaira a success EuOCe EuOCel sa The Monumental Orchestra Orchestrawill Orchestrawill will l enliven the occasion with music musicwhile musIcwhil musicresident + while whil Wm KBmith R SmIth president resident Thos ThoBH 8 Palmer vice piesident pi eslden t James A ABrown ABrown Ar APalmer r Brown financial secretary with a full fulland fulland fuI fuIFi 1 i and ac active five committee will see to the thepleasure thepleasure tb e pleasure pleasuretend and comfort...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON Ll IX D a THE SUMMER GIRL AGAIN AGAINGleanings AGAINGleanings AGAINGleanings Gleanings From the Social Life Lif at Hart Hartford HartfordA HartfordA ¬ ford fordA A Good Word for Livingstone LivingstoneCollege Livingstonek LivingstoneCollegeNew k College CollegeNev New Notes NotesS NotesHartford NotesHartford NotesHartford Hartford Conn Special SpecialThe SpecialThe The Sumg Sum Summer Summer mer Girl took a large crowd to Sey SSook Seybrook S g y ybrook br brligkited brook ook last Thursday and all were de delighted delighted ¬ lighted wih wi h the trip Many remain remained remained remained ¬ ed a a home en account of the rumor that thatthe thtthe thatthe the boat was not sea worthy and uu uussfe uusBfe unsafe safe ssfeMrs Mrs Phillip Williams who went toNorfolk to toNorfolk toNorfolk Norfolk Conn Conn for the summer was inthe in inthe inthe the city over Sunday Miss Miss4 Nettie NettieFanst NettieFaust Net tie tieFaust Faust of South Glastonbury was...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

TI TIaE f > t I tHE aE E COLORED AMERICAN W WASHINGTON IX D CX L 7 11 THE SUN FLOWER STA STA1E STA1EA 3E 3EA A Trumpt up Charge ChargeColored Colored Citi Citizens CitizenS Uitizens ¬ zens fct the Mercy of a MobA Mob M bA A Les Lesson Lesson Lesson ¬ son for Lynchers LynchersNew New paper Com Comment Comment Cornment ¬ ment mentKansas mentKansRS Kansas City tityafers Kans FpoCial PpecialT the HThedaily he hedaily daily P Pout papers afers of Kansas City Mo were wereout wereout out in large largeblack black letters Ja JUly y 32 12b h inst tsttelling insttelling insttelJing telling of a great crime that had been beencommitted beeDcommitted beencommitted committed on the night of July 10 b bthey bthey nthe the they y yyoung charged that a young man and andyoung andyonn young yonn woman having spent the even evening evening evenTroost ¬ ing at TrooatPark Troost Park were returning return 1Dg box hon e eat eat at about 11 11landit oclock At 19 b and Wood Woodland Woodland land landit ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

ii I 1m f HS COLOBM > AMERICAN ICAN WASHINGTON t B C 14 S < Ullie be Colored ColoredPsbllahed ilored 7Ill1ericaI1 7Ill1ericaI1r mericart mericartPtabltehaa Psbllahed toy THE sB COI O corosan LOBED AMSBIOAH e YJrnIO sioex N Pub Publishing Publlsblng Pubj ¬ r j lishing Company CompanyA i A NATIONAL NATION NEGRO NEtROPnb114hW NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERPublished NEWSPAPBBPublIshed Published every Saturday at 459 C CSt St N W WWashington WWashlngten WWaehingteII Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION cSUBSORIPTION CSUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATEOne RATES RATESOne RATESOne One year e200 e200BlX X200Ix 200 200Sis Sis Ix months 110 110Thirse 110Thhe 110Three Three months 60 60ENVABIABLY 60INV 60INVAY ENVABIABLY INV TAm y IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANCEBnbsor1ptlon I IBnbsariptione j Ij Subscriptions may D6 sent by poetoffiuemoney postpffics postpfficsAll P08tmcemoney money order express or by registered letterAll letter letterAll All communications for publ publto publication should shouldbe s...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

SHS AMERICAN WABBIlt8l la 9 r ° A AColored LONG LO G FELT WANT WANTColored WANTColored Colored People Not up to Business BusinessIdeas BusinessIc100sFirstclass BusinessIdeas Ideas Ic100sFirstclass Firstclass Lodging g Houses HousesNeeded HousesNeeded HousesNeeded Needed in Saratoga SaratogaA A Busy Season SeasonTfee SeasonThe SeasonTh The Th Baptist Batiststing P Peres Mission Active ActiveAn An In Interesting Interesting ¬ teresting eres sting News Letter LetterPersonal Personal Men Mention MentIon Mention ¬ tion tionSaratoga tIonSaratoga P Saratoga 8arat o g gthe a N Y Special SpecialIn In noting notingthe notingthevaBt the thevaBt vast number of Negroes who come comet cometet t tet Saratoga Bar g year after year and being beingImpressed beingImpreased beingseed Impressed imps impsIs seed with the thought that there thereia Is not one first firstClase class uptodate and andmodernly andmodernly andmodernly modernly conducted hotel here for Ne Negroes Negroes Negross ¬ groes it has ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

iiiL iiiLWASffi1gGtTON T 10 SHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C frytrs r rii ii + alu alut t + F K Much disappointment dies P pai ntment is felt over the thelate thelate thelate late excursion by the craft It was confidentl9 con confidently confidently ¬ fidently expected a sufficient number numberwould numberwould numberworld would attend to insure a handsome handsomeprofit handaomeprofib handsomeprofit profit to the committee but instEadthere instead insteadthere instEadthere there was only about six hundred visi visitors vIsitors vlsit ¬ t I tors several hundred hundr d less than th n theofills the theactual theactusl actual membership mem me moerhiiJ btr h p ofills of tbe ord tr r Bre 1 t tren trsn ten formely s noted for their theirenergy energy and andpush andpush andseemed push in in such matter lustierY seemed sudden suddenly eudderly ¬ ly l Y stricken with a tired feeling 1 eUDg and not notonly nutony only ony onlYdid did nothing in in advance a vance to prcN prc promote pr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 August 1901

iHE COLORED AMERIQAN WASHINGTON D i C 11 II 1 + THE T PASSING OF PREJUDICE PREJUDIOEThe and the Advantages Advantagesof News The Sea SB a Aide Sideof of Atlantic C CityHOV8rd Students StudentsHold Studentsld Hold Eo EoAtlantic ld a Mock TrialNotes TrialNotesAtlantic Atlantic City N J 8pecialNoth 8pecialNothIDg lug wortDY a of mention men tion has occurred in intbe the social world this week Society Societyand he8 he8f hssthe functions and instead of ofthe ofoften f rgotten rg often its and the festive festiveball festiveth teasreceptioDs asrecept ions the th e pink p pball ink to busied itself in tryin tole to tokeep ball ball it has le The board boardwalk keep cool and c cis comfortable omfortab of life and anin awalk a ation scene a walk is noW crowds promenade up upand JountlesB untles Lo ti tion oat tiand and down its length The piers are alland all allfilled filled to their capaeity caPatitywith and the beach ia iacovered isfiled covered with bathers If you are a astranger astr...

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