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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 May 1921

«V/ 5 PV-s W Sj •$RE MS* E®r. Bsftding Nol pML nil TOMOMPHOK KATES.' fo any part of the United States one yeai, postage peid Months iaoh oticee, per line _JsSL Editorials (By Mrs. Elbert R. Hall) TTTP. passing army. S^ '^^^hat can be of deeper interest every red-blooded mournful fact that at least 4,000 men and women, young and vigorous uphold ers of the government in the days of tne nation's direst need, are now passing everv month? :S$Every year now eees at least 50,000 ^of those who in their years of useful strength were the country's sole re liance vanish away from their commu nities. From 160 to 200 gyves are opened every day for men and women who once gave all of themselves to saving the country. Because of this utter self-sacrifice, the country they rescued leaped up to a greatness and prosperity unequaled in the history of the nations of the earth. Because of what they did—because of their heroism, their fortitude under defeat and discouragement, their obsti nate struggle fo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 May 1921

www?? 1 .VV 6 The style shew' which was to ha-ve been held at St. Paul's A. M. E. church on May 24 has been postponed. An Bonneement' later. Among the callers at the Bystander office the current week were Elder E. W. Pittman, of the Church of Qod and the Saints of Christ and Elder A. C. Chatman, representative of the Adven tist church. Bach subscribed for the paper. Mrs, Alice McDowell underwent a minor operation Monday morning at her residence, 1211 Center street. Dr. Smith and Bansom performing the op eration. Mrs. Do well is doing nicely at this writing. The Health Bureau of the Des Moines Negro Business Men's league of which Dr. A. J. Booker is chairman, has ar ranged for a meeting to be held Hunday evening at St. Paul's A. M. E. church. Dr. C. A. Adams and Dr. J. A. Jefferson will give the principal addresses. Come out everybody and hear them. Mrs. Frank E. Embry was entertain ing her friend Mrs. Robt. Erby of Colo rado Springs, this week, who stopped over en route from Detroit...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 May 1921

'5k 'AV.'' ii Jt: S a m,. 1 SB*,* -JPi I# gs# Sb'js I fgSrfe' mm & §fc£ 1 v-^ Tv 8KIs?3 vras .iliiij ..... ltt#l PiS§! *|lls •. mn- vi" •:... A OurNeigbors MT. PLEASANT HEWS. sfijl Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bramble returned from ij -feurlington last night. Miss Grace Hoclcs of Centerrille, Iowa ,,jpent last Sunday in .the citjr with her l^iiriend. Miss Beulah Palmer. Mothers Jay was fittingly observed la&t unday by the Mother's Counsel. The ladies _ll looked very nice dressed in spotless white. The program -was splendid. A neat little sum was taken up by the counsel. The Missionary ladies of Bsplist church met with Mrs. Smith las^ Monday. A very interesting time was had. Rev. Hubbard gave his congregation a fine sermon on mothers last Sunday night. The services at the Second Baptist chnrch Sunday were well attended. Rev. Handy preached two good strong sermons. The little Misses Dorothy and Margaret Wicks of Eldon, Iowa spent last Sonday in 'the city visiting relatives and friends. M...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 May 1921

5 *afclv5 *^.K$Z m- Mm\ ****&. -•4 „f 5'}' V^ iv (By The Associated Negro Press.) A white "gentleman from the south" came into Washington the other day and went up to the'4 com mittee on. legislative relief" and after certain preliminaries proceed ed to discuss his "favorable" atti tude toward the Negro. He said that he was not in favor of lynch ing—except for one thing. And proceeding to use the traditional southern term "nigger" he dis coursed on how the government should be saved the expense of trial of an alleged victim. When the folks thereabout got through with him, he didn't know 4*t ,v *Ax*,' FOR THE BAD YOU DO -READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD1! YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL.<p></p>PRES. XXVI. NOV. 48. SIDELIGHTS OF WASHINGTON Naming Lily-White Leader As U.S. Attorney Blow To Race Frank Unney, Republican Chairman Sought Agreement with Democrats to Prevent Negro Voter Qualifying. PRESIDENT HARDING HAD TACTS. Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Up Confirmation—Sena...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 May 1921

If ti to any part of fix Months Display, per Beading Nol £f & Wj ft***- W SB-f V* -to K". i~ 5 *5K 2 & *t« »?, l!x, #4- 5- ux Hu SsfiV- b-rfS iaeh a & j* 'J £v* k. ft •}. 1JK' lllv 1 otiees, per line Contract rates given npon applications. aw if#* & classes of human beings he holds the destiny of nations in his hand, and makes mere puppets of rulers. most Therefore, we must put more business into politics, and less sentiment. We must "play the game" for all it is •worth, for the one thing it is worth. _pOWEE. The power of politics is bigger than party, but the party is 'ihc instrumentality through which power must be exercised. Every citizen should be granted the respectful privilege of choosing his own party, and as a member of it, should not only defend the interests of the party, at all hazards, but should use his utmost power to compel the party to back him in defense of the principles upon which the party is founded. This is true at this time, with the Bepublica...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 May 1921

r^«f ,ft "A ,'\ "Vf Capitol City Giants defeated the South Side. Community club at West ern league park Sunday by a score of 9 to 3. Oianta won the game in the flrst inning talleying four innings. The Giants will play Melburn, Iowa, Run day, May 29. 8 aiders 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0— 3 The D. Y. W. Y. K. Art'club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs H. Simmons, 504 South East Fifth'St. Mrs. Hattie Warden has become presi- and she is also a delegate. After busi ness a dainty luncheon was served. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Alice Bell, 818 Fourteenth street June 1. All members be present to hear the report of the delegates. The style show- that was to be given at St. Paul A. M. E. church Tuesday, May 24 has been postponed to June 8. Living pictures will be features. The show will be under a new committee management, Mrs. R. E. Patton, Mrs. W. Hieronymous, Mrs. Harry Shaw, Mrs. McMillen and Mr. W. L. Gray, auspices St. Paul church Bell. Dr. Edward F. Turner will bo out of the ci...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 May 1921

Kv-Ib. fU«ff 'H 5^. J*? jSSfef- {Our Neigbors CLUtDIDA. HBW8. Ktcnltr services at St. Jacob a A. M| B. chnrch, Sunday. JJa.v 22. Preaching st 11 ». m.: class meeting at 12:30 p. m-i Sunday *choo! at 3 p. m. Allen C. E. league at 7 P. M.: evening service at 8 p. m. Second Baptist church held their regular service each Sunday. Preaching morning «i.*ujBiid evening. Sunday school at 1:80 p. m. P- U. at 6:30 evening service at 8.— tle\ W. A Brannon. pastor. The-May pole given by Julia Fountain Missionary society was a grand success. Mrs. Emma Johnson and son, Fred John son and wife motored over from Gravity and 4spent Sunday afternoon with relatives and friends, returning home in the evening. The Lydia Stewart fite Missionary so -''ijciety met in regular monthly session at the "parsonage Monday afternoon. After their regular routine of business they adjourned •to meet the first Monday In June with Mrs. Joe Jones on Lincoln street. Please allow us space to apeak of what happened on the Cl...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 June 1921

£a£&88& I Violet Holt Albert The above are members of the Hi school graduating class of this yc t •for the first time colored gradur have been asked to take-part in class day exercises, Miss Enola The son, was elected class musician rendered a solo on class day. Mp Lloyd Griffith is a member of the while Miss Natalie Franklin is -a mem ber of the yrchestra. VOL. XXVI. NO. 49. JEALOUSY MAIN CAUSE TOR RIOT The main cause for the riot goes back of the arrest of the young colored man who provided the immediate reason for the outbreak. Retail dealers in the main section of Tulsa have long been envious of the business enterprises which the Negroes were sustaining out in their section. And then again while the colored people were doing the menial and domestic work in Tulsa they were making a more prosperous show ing, on the whole, than the poor whites." These situations added to the devilish work of agitators .made it rather easy to start a conflagration of hate and prejudice whene...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 June 1921

.?#r. me am WB. acob Pr«» 0 e?d eacii at mei jran son froru ith he veniT soml Display, E—diwg 4 Mr* eder^ writ. Shepl erfi SS iaih otiees, per line [Language W| ly si on. tlii t. 0 irtfui rvi ir rri est lege| S| ldin] the I st S o. xlvo urch.-' sryoni aftei bo»r son,: he the OTIS chuOi certinly leads to retrogression and decay, hesitating. egUtcrcd in V. S. Patent Offlcc PAIN-BALM A I N I E N Fer External Um Only. IfOR NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LAME BACK, LUMBAGO, —K' GOUT| Eprvas, Ssellisg* ud Lamciest nurwaiM aid FrosDiies, SORE. THROAT, HEADACHE. TOOTHACHE, BACKACHE. Soreness of the Muscles Cte"3sed by Violent Exerdi» tnrABED OXLY ST CiamlierlaiB Hedlcifis Go.t NUnufaclwiag PharauMa. DBS MOINES* IOWA,U.e.A. SMALL SIZE. j| SM MSBSXSESEI Bjfe CbwoP *Tyyflr^ Adv. £9 7C Price ID Treatment Publishing every Thursday by tne Bystander Publishing Company, Dm Moines imw. Oflee in Ghtiaiea) Building, Goran of Sevwth and Mulberry str«»ts. Pk«a« Walnut 899. Batr-ed st the iroet OOM of DM Moines, I...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 June 1921

ANOTHER ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER I Xity 8- Joe Brown, grand high prle»t oi Woval Arch Masons for Illinois and Iowa made pilgrimage to Sparta, 111., last Sat jrJj,y aad p. T. W. Y. K. Xrt club will meet with Vri Emma Todd Tuesday evening, 1450 Fourth street place at our last meeting offl cers were installed- for the ensuing year The Missouri Gala club will meet the 28th of thia month at the Community Center. The St. Paul A. M. E. picnic held on Deco ration day was a success. The preildents of the Federated clubs are requested to be present June 22 at the Y, W o, 4, State officers are also invited. Oongsegational church children's day Sun day, June 12 at 11 o'clock. Pastor's eubjfect, "The Boy Samuel." Pastor's subject in the evening, "Facing Your Task with Courage. The public is invited always. Mrs.. Bryant Carr and family celebrated their thirty-fifth anniversary May -27. Their dauglit-er, Mrs. Walker was a guest. Twenty-one boys took a hike last Monday to Camp Rogers. It was a wonderful ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 June 1921

oTici esM4 nd Ad cities] oWii, I enpoi hicai t. Ml v. At iWR*KRev. IV1* AJbl 8 p. m. held re&chij ol at I infe by Ju* the et^' te Mfinl hly aon. th iimi Thu! HolI uaper* After a uai June, ien ele NOTES school .v- is bell S thai' ase, a j. hop. f'jj of tw j" 'if -rinl Ten 581 hope 1 TnoVtll Xowa'r ple an 1 in shop, I attend town uonar esda met jrg M. E.! riit in th jk an «vwrc rson utrfl ysn Mrf federf wtIj. Shepi ifo&w Our Neigborsv, SAVBKFOBT MBWS. X. W. O. A. KOTOS. Thomti Wllliiiu "The Church of .Jirlst," wa» the speaker at tlia vesper serv ices Sunday, Jane 5, 1821.. Olayda club' will give a play called "Dr, Cure for All," June 23, 1021 at the 7. W The tennis court is open every evening from 4 to 9:80 p. m. for those wishing to plsy tennis. TRe court is well lighted mak tag it convenient for those wishing to play iu the evening. June 14 an alj star colored moving picture show will be shown at the Y, W. CT A. The suMect "Iu the Depth of Our Heart." The Girls Reserve Corps...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 June 1921

Stti i^ssfsp^ 'iJfcSfc* -rei» Henry Lincoln Johnson, national ocmmitteemen from Georgia, one of the', state's affected by the change. Mr. Johnson made the fight of his. life but, couldn't rally enough votes for support. The con test was one -of the bitterest fought in the annals of the party even wo men screaming and cheering for Johnston in his fight at his best. GREEK ROYALTY GETS GRIP DN r.. ,Tfr 1 Coming Marriage of Young Leeds to Princess Solves Fi nances of Royal Family. YOUNG GIRL IS THUMP CARD Great Fortune Built Up by -One-Time Indiana Florist, Then Tin Plate King and Railroad Pyramider to Go to Greek Nobility. New York.—Royalty, rather bat tered now by fortunes and misfor tunes of European wars, seems in a fair way to get practically every pen ny of the "tin plate" millions otf the American Leeds family Good old America! The great fortune built up by the late William B. Leeds, once Indiana florist, humble railroad worker, then manufacturer of tin plate, then rail road pyra...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 June 1921

Wi n—4n^,' ulk^r ki^T rtlfft1' i." he he di ing 1 Brf) pap Afta ed a ng J® hen NOT jr scho is It ill tl are rease, We hV Sv fc- isalort 2d •3d. •V •W ritfia tfria wr Not drilling INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF IOWA Des Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the' Queen* Insurance Company, located at New York in the State of New York. Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of De cember, 1920, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4, Title 9, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance, Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, A. C. SAVAGE, Commissioner of Insur ance, do hereby certify that said In surance Com'pany'is authorized to tran sact the "business of Fire Insurance in the State of Iowa, by agents properly appointed and duly licensed, as required bv law, until the first ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 June 1921

N# it rt'" X-* SVVO.& f4 -L f' A'*'1 ,4s- /•'i 3d. 1 TV Continued From Page Two The aggregate- expen ditures of said Com pany for the year 1020, to be 22,732,713.69 4th. The aggregate amount of the Assets of said..« Company, December *, 31^920, to be 177,502,306.14 5th. The aggregate amount of Liabilities of said Company, including the amount required to safely reinsure all outstanding" risks, December 31, 1920, to be 158,474,949.23 (SBAIi) TS TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I hav.e hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Den Moines, this 2nd of June, 1921. Rev. Tiitt preached a most, excellent ser mon Sunday morning and "evening. Mrs. W. A. Brown, state missionary spoke morning before the Mission Circle. Snnday, June 19. The services were well attended and the collections were large. Rev. M. Tommeiiy wfll fipeak at the church, Snnday, June 26. H. A. A. O. P. "The N. A. A. A. C. P. will close its mem bership drive Tuesday eveninsr. June 21, with a banquet at Bethel A. M. E. chu...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 June 1921

)CIA. eavti ... dil« How arst ity, i." .V olin ngto ttUX) it vely ach par ovt hink -H' ed ii tisio if Vatc Sr serv tell & THl BUO ices eting m. A servic i»t ohi unday unda 6:30 nnoo, ie gv ety W ohnsc otored* aften hoi tewai inilar doy of Moi incoli us a Cl« Uv In 1 glad V rt-'. ma he So lield and walk dges ten Ho* ively age. nd th faryrl on dc ir M. ered. casio remo hed Bank! .. art hile I ds. A. rday wit Paul ve O wa. the Iowa.- pward en en st an mf stc our al of of first .•» oraini thlehe em. folio* st. S hp SSKS ,. Our Neigbors $F Ft, Dodge, Iowa, Junjr?.—Please pay lyour subscription for the Bystander to 'Kev. .T, Ji. Lucas, pastor of the Second .Baptist church on Mrs. Rosa E. Guy, secretary of the church. They are the 'r representatives of the-Bystander in ./,"yo»r city '•'nfcte-# 1 The. Bystander. FT. DODGE ITEMS. The ttecond Baptist church held tholr In Mtullatioa service in honor of their good pastor, itov. J, Jj. l^ucas of Oes Moinfes. The out of town guests wero: Kev....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 June 1921

',-. ..• •••.-'i.'.- 91% ffrOL. XXTI. :N0..5lSI .''v »!f"' "U*** 5-S MlMiMr" •r '•'0 t' -,*'' *»N JL A '.V ?£#?*•& v.* REV. O. A. JOHNSON, G. Prelate W. WILLIAMS, G. Y*0 PAST BMG^MEK 'J It =4 •i ijtirtfri '•..• •I t. jP*T vkl* I}#®**1 Mf- *V CWj* •uui iniiiR:^"I A WEEKLY FOR THE PEOPLE £*$c H. GOULD, P. G. C. WITH A. CLEAN POUCV 7JW iiiiilii "••QSas S ,«K S N, N NEGROES PROTEST AGAINST KLU KLUX -KLAN IN KNOXVILLE, TENN. States That 'ere Long the Good Racial Relation Would be Killed by Such Organization* -. .-.11 (By A. N. P.):. Knoxville Tenn., June 23.—Requests for protection of the Negroes of Knoxville from actions of the proposed Klu Klux Klan to be organized in Knoxville as a subsidiary or ganization of the national organization of white citizens, was made last Tuesday beforethe city commission. J. L. Carey, a colored teacher in Knoxville College, made a speech and asked that "in view of the splendid relation in Knox ville of the whites and Negroes" that the commission refus...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 June 1921

subse retary roso»tas city ho Heoc nation itor, Jtov 01 tow" cago, l.i. -a Rev, IX a. dan, -fh, Qh spirit, llation choir, the oho nolds on, J. 1» N. tors by roh, by pastor, veniiy| Vhtin in Uhur I tie »C our citj Reynold es (itij ted witi pared fl the el) ». Rosa $ ev. W ruing er liavi) a ye»3 hoeve ans if slirfct Very K. hfc the iio« the »ii the pre Mrs. he 3ST1 ofirig a A g. dain.1 lie rf omtonf Tliot ,. ighes-j a or of daiti rs. 1' itinj.- feiftf aiy? day he sto llilare prand' ,. The -V &* i- jgj^. —g(p jiijt yir i'ifafHj~ •WF- SWVESv^vy?.' mm hi- A »X Ad no llf it frier' School ot^ .« race '. Rov t. at tl' Jf -mrimwHi- tf *»m m# M&& WW $K gi0Uii&t3&9£&t Wr Jir igMf ,. m*m$. im $4#&m & .1^## -mm MtHmrn' pm&te mti# H*#* m- MmmtSf &m &*m# Hmsone m#$e*m mm #M#UM*4: «&*" itk turn &*»&&< -Mm *M4m &*» *»&* Wifyfrt*# %r tstmmmi**# jptimto# m4 gmtimtrn- *4 as** S/ifn Wm kk?« what «&• ijUji IMf fl# •JLmjrjLft IWv 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 June 1921

:9 ARREST IS NEOEOEB IN OAMBUKQ iAlD Thirteen Negroes were arrested by the police in a raid on a erap game at 919 Center street late last night, aad placed in jail on a charge of gambling. Police Officers Closeon, Alber, Cham bers and Wilkinson conducted the raid. The arrested were: «Tohn Ware, Al len Bicha*dson, Charles Thnrman, James Foster, Charles Parker, D. Wel(io«, J. WilliAffis, John Logan, William Calla han, John Mason, Bay Mack, Jesse. Wil liams, and Everett Un. T, BC. Edwards wit family aur prised at the s'uddeft appearance of her brother, whom she had not seen in nine years. Prof. B. S. Bowles, dean of English it Alcorn college for a Ion# time. He is head of the department of vocational education at that school. He is talcing post graduate work at Ames college. Chas. Hawkins of Gary, Indiana, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Garth. Principal Laurence C. JoneB arrived in1 the «ity Wednesday. He reports that Piney Woods school is really doing things. Fair Knights and Daug...

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 June 1921

111. n. iri| n,« juiwuftf jumpi.ijjmiw*iw»yMy-yiiim. 5 MNj--** s%:. .» £r- '•+»»»00»«»« »H WM*»»H»I AGENTS OTTEFIT Hair Grower, 1 Ttmple Oil, 1 Shampoo. 1 Pre»»inr 1 Face Crtun aaa J» Oil. raetion for Sellin Light* for 8iek Room. When, as In case of -sickness, trish a soft, warm light in* tc room, rath er than the glare that an electric light imparts, make little bogs of china silk (any'color desired), and put them over cach bulb. It is well to run elastic around the edge of tlie circle, which yon cut from the silk, so that the bulb can be easily removed by just slipping out of the bag. J- PXELENTO .vpt fWTA TIE EI8T HillP 8MWEI,. nPl* „NU LIFE" Beauty College Aeents Wanted. Write for terms. To be BEAUTIFUL is the ,, «Nu-Wfe" "Way Will Promote a Pull Growth of Hair, Will also Restore tie Strength, Vitality and U* *kf Kt IS- #2.00. I 25c Extra for Postage. Mme. Estelle's Nil Life Ready remedies Kent ere* vim, vigor "and. -vitality-to the Hair, Skin, Scalp and Complexion. 72 W. 133d S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1921

$1- *"T' I I J^r 'ri*\ *i i* %**.+ Kv.-.V*#*.* t. *$ VOL. XXVI. NO. 52 1 •-•.• ft 't* T't'"Y •»».3 .. ELECTA GRAND CHAPTER ORDER EASTERN STAR HOLDS SUCCESSFUL SESSION Electa Grand chapter of the O. E. Si for the state of Iowa and jurisdic tion, closed its fourteenth annual com munication in Eagle hall at Council Bhiffs, -where it had "been in session June 21 to 23. This session was conceded to be the most successful yet held. On Tuesday mornmg following the ritualistic opening ceremony the grand matron, Mrs. S. Joe Brown of Des Moines appointed the following com mittees: Credentials, Mrs. Eva L.-Ab bey, Mrs. Clara Shepard, Mrs. Estella Caldwell grand officers' addresses, Craig, Mrs. Carrie Bright chapters un der dispensations, Mrs. Alice Wolder, Mrs. Eunice, M. Douglas, Mrs. Cynthia Morgan returns of chapters, Mrs. Jes sy E. McClain, Mrs. Elizabeth Greene, Mr3." Mable Crowder appeals and grievances, Misses R. G. Potter, W. M. Ifobinsori and Mrs"." Slary" Scoftj' juris j-tudenee, Mes...

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