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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 September 1921

4 v' A-fe. I% •m IV rli WWIt4* IT STAR HAIR GROWER A Wiidirftf Mr Dnsatei nd Griwr. 1,000 AGENTS send $I.OO and wewHI aandyou a full aupply that you can begin work with at onoa alao a sent'a term*. Send all money by money order to THE STAR JMMR GROWER MF'R., P. O. Box 812,: ... Greensboro, N. C. a Nile Queen Preparations HAIR ni MHJE QUEEN Cold tmm %mUB QPEEM Vaalihlag OPEEW UvddCOM MIKJE QUEEN Face Powder v"' COLORED FAMILY A dandy bargain' at 139 Sheridan Ave. Near Highland Park, one block from Bjelt Line Car. One 4-room cot tage, 60 foot front lot by 132 feet deep paved street house faces north electricity. Payments, $35.00 down, $17.00 per month. Here's your op portunity to own your own home at a surprisingly low figure. Call Wal nut 4211. 200 Century Building, over Frankel's Clothing Store, V19T1!IIMIA lg Pink. Flesh, "White. Brunette and Cream Brown 50c EACH POSTAGE 5c EXTRA The eountry-wid* demand for NILE QUEEN preparations lua become •o gnat that they arc on sale at moat dr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1921

1 mvr rc 5 A -J .» d?" .m*,gCH v,*v mi* H4'i I rfV ji &f V" c_«i 4rf\ Ay "ww Sjf 'Mig" r-v •. UP1.'•'rs.i:--v'V^'ty %'V twtw 'iV —mi. ~jr--:' x»w *fr M- »w •, "THE BAD XXVUi No.IL Jobless Auctioned Off (By The Associated Negro Press.) Sept. -2fc—JoMess men were placed on the auction fclo«k on Bostoi Common last week. Stripped to the waist, after the custom of the old filavo auctions, they declared their will ingness to work by standing before a crowd of thousands, offering their serv ices to the highest bidder. "Shorn lambs of unemployment," their auctioneer, TJrbain l»edoux, called them. Ledoux, a philanthropic worker who recently opened the "Church of the unemployed" in the west end, led a group of fifty to the common to bring homo, he said, to the people of Boston their stories of human misery, just as "William-Lloyd .Garrison pleaded for the slaves on the same spot seventy years ago. Ledoux's efforts to get work for his inon were not rewarded. Howard Univer sity Scores per 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. — 29 September 1921

uroiim Tt it-,'* Mm* P^i g\ &5 le ^,v Sri rHINK PBEB—ACT PBBB recent movements of the Elan, O, P. and the uprising of race hatred Everywhere, looks like an effort lock the fetters of slavery around vhands *?rJL*•*« s* ld„d tte, ttat 4-dl.f^* has founded learn i* a *WWe*»re«r Thursday *by*1»eBy«tander Publishing Company, Des Moiaea esm. Omi im Chtstieml Building, Corner of B«r«ath mad Mnlb .. Walaat 999, Katr*«d at the rwt offlw of Dm Moines, Iowa, Serond Cla*s natter. .URENCE C, JONES.......i. .^Ftualisher and Editor IT D.DURR,.. Advertising Manager M. SHEDD Secretary and T^cfsurer & ... aOBSOBIPTZON BAT18: !r |S» way .part «f the United State* one jeai, postage paid •Wbt Montlia ... ,. .75 Beading Notices, per line .. Osdtrfact. rates givea upoa applieatioaa. i|JL Advertisements paid for in advance, of the Negro. What are we ig to prevent such! !Bondage i. hell, it cramps ^stifles ,-«*te soul, starves the mind, and deals a '4eath knell to one's finer qualities. It auckers m...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1921

W a I 1 Made EvertMdna In Reinforced :•,• Concrete Exterior. Is a dainty littl^ home for the The walls are finished la white breed stucco with roof of varle fireproof shingles. plastered walls will never because the triangular mesh tits an affinity for this kind of «r and settling or *hrinirfng B6 effect. wm finish is doubly economical be lt will never have to be painted, what woodwork there lis In the is all easy to reach and keep jt and clem. "ere Is roSffi in the ends of t^§ Dt porch for a swinging couth, is the porch openings are square, be easy to screen. plan contemplates the use of bedroom for regular use while "company room" opens into the ng room. be living room is large enough for kind of treatment he kitchen is intelligently planned a well-lighted pantry and ice with ice door opening out on the porch, a feature which will be iated by every housekeeper. In 01 is a small linen closet which often overlooked. be back entry Jiorch can easily belter time. I Building the weather...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1921

#KuW & i. Jt'a i- jfc* "I •«. Xii ess |§J 3 Y*U rtWN-* mx* STAR m. f^*7 A Woidarftfl Hair Drasslni and Browr. 1,000 AGENTS WANTED. send $I.OO and wewHI send you a full supply that you can begin work, with 4|t onoet also agent's terms. Send all money by money order to THE STAR HAIR GROWER MF'R., P. O. Box 8I2 Greensboro, N. C. Yd Nile Queen Preparations "FOB HAIR and SKIN99 Scientifically masnfacturad to meet your particular beauty requirements mi£ QUEEN Wonder Bleach HMJE QIJEEW Heir Beantlller •w HHJE QIJEEW CoM Cream MU! QUEEN Vanlablnsr Cream amrw QUEEN UqiM Cold CWm KILE QUEEN Face Powder Pink, Flesh, White, Brunette and Cream Brown 60c EACH POSTAGE 5c EXTRA The eoantry-wide demand for NILE QUEEN preparations has become eo great that they are on sale at most drag stores and first clasa beauty ah ops. If your dealer or agent cannot. supply you, send us bis name with your order. KASHMIR CHEMICAL CO. S4SS Indiana Avenue Dept. 13 Chicago, Illinois Tmblmtm or Llqatd -sUUm»Mmrn $%...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1921

I er I I 1 ll "V .iw riVrr- fhe Bystander, .' .J)e» Moines, /,J»T. Durr: FOR STHE bad you do pEAD rt|PR PAPERS TOR THE GOOD YOU DO RBAD THE BYSTANDER •nfy-i- Gets Poison Pin Letter Des Moihes. Todfly- N A After investigation we find that you do the editorial work of the Bystand- gnd note that you on several occa fgioae have attacked the morale of cer I tain things ajid although you may be [i right you are stepping on risky grounds that endangers your life. I know you are a bred and "born fighter for things yon think to be right but, there are certain things that as to re gardless of theif right and wrong you can't attack for they are too strong. If It is always new ideas that ruin things although they are Tight. You I .uti afford to pick at public officers. I|$s Ttrong doings of organizations run |"^jy other people. What you need to do iMt to give us the news and that's all. The best -way to stop segregation, dis I'erimination is to let it alone. Don't lithe Bible say "humble is the...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1921

wtftavtiSih. pU. THE *,•*, at %+tlL y, 6? Mf mOMwrf DM 1. Now for more weather. More bnainen LAUDLENCE C. JONES*••-•• F«jfiilwr and Editor HqfytfT D. PURR* AdvertiiiQ| CHAS. M. SJHEDD.. v... .Secretary and JVeamm y«t rf lll VaiM BtaM ••, W, Kwtk AW—Tlf I ITU 11M Owtnet tmU* giTMi n« appHeetf«•«. fSTtot mdwsto. AH asfUr tknld aflihi—J te ife 5'*v :-?f a Cool sow, mvto rideo l*»t saniBer. i^f^i ^5 x. men, t« ore is order. ^Vs. If Frederick Donglaos were alive toiaj we woador if he would otay aboard ship or Jump in the aea. jKrv' It is all eight to apeak of the other fellow's unfitness if your own ASrt is clean. Otherwise keep yonr month shut. 7. If we spent as much money on odaeation and business enterprise as we do on heaven we night stand a better chance to reach heaven. V«'vf."'' 8. He who cemembers his own yea •. ^'.'terday ought to think about the other .... s^feQow's today. An alley is an alley »n Cincinnati, Ohio or Fall Biver, Massa ^^etta.5l, l^r. ,"V 9. Some men are indeed '...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1921

'fr tV & j.,- mi R«'»! *v ". kA\ y,t v\ Sk. •J.- Vf. =sK v.- V,, WMm A* WOTTCT. TUiMom.,a profesdonal diree- of wri[ri taaalddlcectory and have not C. A. quartet renderedmnd^ |IMU Walnut 1181 not later than 12 a'sleek noon of Monday, October ayj 1* .**•/j(, J, 5jJ Oeteber 3 when a large crowd of men Moi»£ Iowa Freight Prepaid THE •bread? daae so will please aee Mrs. 8. Rev'aM ""WW' 8unday school. 17. -J1 Y. M. O. A. Nona. The Crocker street branch Y. A. had On Hanl-RaUbe* Finish. Cnb u* $9Jb9 anmtaliv. Automatic Lowering Floor Bin. Coats as #52,000 extra. annaaHu. SLXS.S EXSrsLts A"Z£i r* pl»ya any inetrument send him over or call Market 99. C. a grand opening of ita series Dr. Jefferson ef Sunday afternoon meetings Sunday, lz f|,0 hench to a carpenter. The educational committee of which CTeat bi» ih. planning gathered at the 4 o'clock meetiag Dr. The Union tw'w" marriage of J. A. Jefferson and Secretary E. C. repreeentiag t^ Crocker streef f°rJ?9 E W E E N Every housewife wants...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1921

p* tf MC, [R. It & 50c HAIR A Waiderfil flair Onsstag nd Brewr. 1,000 AGENTS WANTED: .. Good -.i3 send SI'OO andwewHI send you a full supply that you can begin v»ork with at once: also agent's terms. Send all money by money order to THE STAR HAIR GROWER MF'R., P. O. Box 8l2, 7i ^mTSST' Nile Queen Preparations «FOB HAIR and •dwflflceHy macufacturad to meet your particular beauty requirements RILE QtTEEM Wonder Bleach NILE QVEEX Hair Ifteauttiler HQ£ QUEEN Cold Cream NILE QUEEN Vanishing NILE QUEEN Liquid Cold NILE QUEEN Face Powder Pink, Flesh, White, Brunette and. Cream Brown EACH POSTAGE Sc EXTRA The coontfy-vidfi demand for NILE* QUEEN preparations hu become So gloat that tfaey mrm on sale at most drug stores and first class beauty abopa. If yom dealer or agect cannot supply yon^send fab i)ia» with your ovdez. FHEE stJ* KASHMHK CHEMICAIi CO. Indiana Ansae Dept, 13 Oikago, DUnoftr KEEPING WELL MEANS A CONSTANT FIGHT AGAINST CATARRH aSatdmm are just a lev the very may be describ...

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 November 1921

l/r «.» few? $ of apparatus, $ pmcjpiis FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO gEAD TH£ BYSTANDER VOL. XXVHI NO. 13 j5 for jamin F. Jackson's lighting devices, and Ernest Mantzeliger, including the suits, Vt-V VXi rf' FREDERICK DOUGLASS, THE FOIEMOST ORATOR AND SCHOLAR OF HIS DAY. NEGRO INVENTIONS. In the practical application of scientific principles as embodied in useful inventions, the Negro has long held an important place. The pub­ lications of Henry E. Baker of the United States patent office set forth a record altogether and comparatively favorable. These inventions run the whole gamut, from Banneker's clock in 1754 to Forten's invention #1% "-.' managing sails, including Lewis' invention of a ma­ chine for picking oakum Henry Blair's patents on a corn harvester William B. Purvis' patents on electric railways, a fountain pen, magnetic car-balancing device, etc. Dickinson's patents for playing the piano, Ferrell's patents for the improvement in valves for ste...

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 November 1921

Nf ^1 E :iit' w' ,' .-all ft*, La*** mor •3g\* fr jlj&rt H..:# ..AN#**** t'j& & ,,,r Mfi Sarah Walker, foaader «f the liaMu C. J1 Walker Msamfaetarisg •**",{ mipnj ygM Walker aa uKetf •ot of the wtihlieit of tk nee, A® died cad left a* e* fate wrtk mare thss a dollar*. v''» The abore is a view of Poro eoHege, aa institaiioa for teaduig beauty cui tm. Ifli am exposeat of the ability ef A. E. Maloae. This bniMiag sxnsr BsnoKr. Orgaaized 1900 under a cedar tree by the present principal, lanreaee C. Jones, with faith, honesty and energy as capital stock. F5rst tangible help was gives by Edward kelson Taylor emmstiag of forty acres of land and fifty dollars. Plant free from debt now eoneuts of 1,414 acres of land, live large buildings and several smaHei ones, three hundred students. Paenlty eighteen, twelve department assistant* modern farm machinery and appaxatn for teaching the following: Printing broom making, blacksmithing, carpen try, lansdrying, weaving^ cooking, sew in...

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 November 1921

I Skc I fry. j\k b. 1 I?:' ,i PUTlliOHWYTOBUX*? a Builder—laeai Tonic—iJiood— Btofliwhr~~-LlT6P—Kldijsys At Your Druggists. "PIZARO M7BDIOINE 00. 404 ffhlrd Street. DWatt Moines, Iow% WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY A splendid offer for the ambitious woman to do residence work in homes of tie wealthy and earn from $5.00 to $10.00 per day by learning Educational Beauty Culture through our correspon denee course. Music, medicine and law are Success fully taught through your mail box, why not beauty Terms most reason able. We teach scalp cure, facial massage, face bleaching, marcel waving, water waving, manicuring and all secret re cipes'of a profession that has a big fu ture before it. Write for our free literature. California Sun Parlor and1 School of Beauty Culture, 521 North Thirty-third street, Omaha, Nebraska. DO YOU WAN1 A BOOM? have first class rooms for first people. Call Walnut 584. 1011 West Crocker street. BERT JOHNSON, Olsaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Call...

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 November 1921

%i -H? ijt $1 V' y*f Sfc i' •KtfA*:** W*' *r s« "ipf.rw-tW f* iff* r*~* te. &• txW & &p&* ?*¥?&• T, 'Wf *.*' 1 tore a n«M«cr aa^eaee *t ?SS bi Cbiw fanriifined tor this oeeaeioa BSE SLOAlfS TO WARD OFF FAD) LITTLEwarded At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. Sloa Liniment TKJTH STREET Y. W. C. A. NOTES Tbe Halloween season has brought many parties to the Center. Hatsnltf sight, Oetober 22, the East High aebool corps had a Halloween eve party. The room waa beautifully deeorated aad the girls eame masked for the oeeasion. Many ghosts were seen and the evening was spent in mak ing merry, Saturday afternoon, Oet. 2y, from 2 to 6 Sunset and tbe Sunbeam Club had a Halloween party. They had redecorated the rooms making the appearance more ghostlike. The club eame masked. The elaases open for registration: Gym class, 8 to 0 every Wednesday hand work, 8 to 9 every Tuesday ebarm school, 7:30 to 8j15 Friday. Oth er elasses will be formed. Vesper services for the month have been ...

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 November 1921

Xl(4 *5 tfW,#! «F & TJ f'Ji4 'H Great Opportunity for Development. |V Notwithstanding, what has been termed by many as the phenomenal economic progress" of the Negro, there are yet many avenues of business to be opened and others needing further development. There pre today about one hundred bakeries operated by Negroes. At the Negroes' full share of bread consumption there is room for at least five hundred. There are today some forty Negro department stores with the purchasing power and utiliza tion of such goods carried by such cn cerns, of Negroes, there should be more than eight hundred. More than one fourth of the entire Negro population own their homes and the other three fourths or less, rent homes which must be furnished yet there are only about seventy-five furniture stores operated by Negroes. The one hundred and fifty plumbing establishments conducted by members of the race are wholly inade quate to supply the demand which should come from the large number of homes an...

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 November 1921

i-M, $js^' y" iV'i1L t^V I: ?**& se plenty of cooling 1 8 s«»«- tk« THE NEWS 'Z&t,. Vivian L. Jones, Funeral Director Calls answered promptly day or night. OfSee—Walnut 2767. Beddawe~W«lmit 4964 1208 CENTER STREET. Your FUTURE HOLDS ftlomp"" "'Property Success A HEALTHY SCALP LONG, TFJTY HAIR— AND A LOVELY COMPLEXION. Learn the Madam C. J. Walk er System of Beauty Culture and sell her 18 Superfine Prep arations and a prosperous fu ture is yours. Use her world-renowned preparations regularly and have beautiful hair and a charming complexion. Is your hair short, breaking off, thin or falling out? T7m Madam G. J. Walker's Wonderful Hair Grower Dept. 100 the madam C. 3. Walker Co. 640 North "West Street, rIndianapolis, Ind. "Week's Six fiN&vo trial treatment sent anywhere for BECOME AN AGENT. o-day* it's Madam Walker's*' TAN-OFF—A SKIN BLEACH For many yews thousands of Madam C. J. Walk er's satisfied customers urged her to perfect an effec tive skin-bleach and in response to...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 November 1921

4 K- evii CHEAPER GROCERIES •ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONARY Light Expenses Enables us to Sell for Less Monev TRYUS 1217 Crocker Street Presto Grocery LAURENCE WRIGHT, Prop. Can be Beautiful too. Brety one naturally wants to look their best—it makes otfaecs aspect, admire and love you. You owe it to your- y02*~ends to mm 4am k°k Y™* best at all times—and h"6»«ggestions for whitening the complexion, smoothing the hair and improving your looks generally. TO WHITEN THE SKIN, no how J*" mwuilriiui, Dr. Fred Palmar1*Skin TOatcacr Ointment bleaches quickly, perfectly •6 and (WiglfuJ to iwf. Ac your oc rf pot* 25c pita lc OILY, SHINY, BUMPY COMPLEXIONS give wayto •otft. anooch, «cb«ty da Dr. Faad Mbhc*! Skin WfaitctMr Soap, ttlwid w«d» faia Fan IWfar. Tijr ddi and "•a It your Am impww. At m* pwfpad upoo receipt and Jploa \vv Itfero TL dtar your druggist ok a£ price, ICMrtBoatfaaPrndib TO SMOOTH THE HATR and 25c mdxtkm taakm it grow. Dr. Fnd M—'« H»ttawt»8l malr« yoar hair night, a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 November 1921

Mr I- ordc UUtWUSSKB ^f" 1! ci 3 C. Msnrsst Sa wr *MpM99RIf 4e .yT%*em mm &tipffSm £kr&te& fSse ?*%..** "A -v of cnolihjg SW"* *Mtf£*H6t*£ It, Tfcste S» a* jfiriiipuWjg ag tfceac *dh»- ace «fe iaw» seeeseeSei See *ei0t**rs*7 #t tibe T*&&n£sMdL K»e» rm**&£ix*A: &*&&**& •pi&ffrk iH&i 0**'* fwiseefe, Se «stowl icy#&nm mum* t# Mwmi feais!«rt« 4ke Jr it* ffMefii* gpefe. li awwt to &* ewaBSsft «5sl* 1i« mI. «br tsm *dL The t*r «&M» S* JNC »i aawKaiwif ii*y w»yWat t«. It S» I# V"*3 "ft" 3SgS&&?£§Mt. §0: wt&a&r .rtmm&'&fB* *etn&A •twrnwwry rahr HiBwiifiC «f **m*Su8 Sbt euSumd SetiseeS^ ae*»wsferitost ijattkaw fa® to '&* «fc£ f»eee iis»—w&EbsMt St SSse tfcaA p. Is it- «m&t ymdM* im ike its mfyfaet fcteu ,, -'•Tfe* #e«*»4. dbwe «f. W»dk- .^,^, ti« iMs «&** "C' Aw faftntffefe eiaw*. It to «Mr4 «i9M S* t£s nb- »4 riff raff, He fc» In*r kiad i#t^nif«wer Mrcw fOMll wagm or F«f* fcomaaitj as a 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. — 17 November 1921

V. oi IMT Kk'V V jftfS &*•: 1*4 £v &v-vV FQR THE BAD. YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER NOV 14 $TOL. XXvIII BISHOP BROOKS LAYS CORNER STONE OF A. M. E COLLEGE IN LIBERIA modern facility. The institution be sides giving a liberal college course, •will lay special emphasis on industrial and manufacturing enterprises. The pay roll of Bishop Brooks carries 120 "workmen including skilled and un skilled. This enterprise leads all sim ilar church mission work in the Repub lic of Liberia." (Associated Negro Press.) Chicago, 111., Nov. 17.—All bars are •down in Chicago as far as motion pic tures of prize fights are concerned. Ohief of Police Fitzmorris last Friday •directed the censor in charge oiT the police department motion picture tmreau. to approve an application for a permit for the exhibition of the »Jeffries-Johnson fight pictures which have been barred in Chicago for more than ten years: "I cannot give a per mit for the (Associated Negro Press.)...

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 November 1921

*»S^ §m I IfeVM E»* f?r„' &.CBA&. M. SHEDD Secretary and s»« tit WM tfe 8tr«*t ftr Fteadnie Tm vatiif for MiKtbiaf tint will be ef mi senriee to /on aad will w? y» Mt la tie time of need. The street «tr is tike mIj bmu* of tnsqportatifli will «erre joa t^atn fc|ir etreet can »re loon of si tie street cown iMreri^ tired and ceM, nxioadf mitng for •one kial of eoaveyasee to get heme or to work. Toar «rill iwan amme~ tti»g this wiat^r ud to fane oat by will be a terrible voidl be atdcn t« emat tkc times wmalA lose ««t gsaMii "Hop la" sat*/ "Hop la" doe* art itaal for wlut ft read* when YOU read It. I soggeat it will sot pay to on the jitaey bases aad "bop m" a^M for colored. Tbey are all ii the repair shop and otto repair work onaee of prevention of evreu. 4P is wortk a Colore* voter* of Des Moiaea are tak tb? eomiag fran ^®cSoa. A •mbtT' of osr BMtt 5^"°? MgadtCTs of tbe eommmrity, **Te *«**jateer»« to engage fB ga^ as,w^ aroase onr people to tbe eaiaterrapted method of street...

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 November 1921

.c/vf vim BMt 6 Rebecca Nelaon lias resumed fcer teaching in the city. Bhe still has J5rtcrwt in the community store. fhe Picnic Association vrill at the frame of Atty. J. B, Mor ris. lOdi' Fourteenth street Sunday, w»r. 00 at 4 o'clock. Plans for the jpid-wliiter carnivaTwill be perfected, livery member is urged to bo present many good things are to be hear^. —:—iiv I The City Federation of Colored Wo men's clubs whose motto is the better ment of the morals of the. human fam ily realizing that no better way could be found than through the moving pic ture show, agreed to sponaer the por trayal of the crucifixion, one of the neatest pictures ever presented to any mblic at the Lincoln theater on Nov. j4 and 25. Thip is just one of the many sermons in jjictures and plays ihls splendid organization of local wo men head«d by Mrs. (Jus Nichols, one of Des Mouteslbest dub woman will •ive you in its splendidly prepared pro gram for the ensuing year. 3»- •:•%+1 ,,»• •&/hL f* v.r "Mrs. S....

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