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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 November 1921

I i''.. r,:-..i UES TJEfe W3P ::*m A rVl l. 5r*£ *$$* 3SV f» #"6. JEW5 DI 8aa H1 Use plenty of ooolitig 3t*m4toy aresriac was fentare '"at wa-f city, Fort Mc^ interest ia It Gqqfb &«?<* A. K. K. Bariag a*M& swccceded ia the fhtiw ef the immmm* «C 4k Mck rti whiH. for ifce epeslnj£ ander directions af Kn. Ge*. Perkins. Chswu, #'He is Mi« tal sole, Kn. IMS* "Omiiu Ldbtf«" MiaiTamws 1 flhBAr fM Www. amA Jaaua Xe ta sele, "A Oeea Bent," M» K. ftmith w*», "A Little Bit Lere," rtke mitar niter wkidt the ler, S. Jeaee, jMtor, •poke Mwcouf itjcet ef flbe af be faf f« the Kptift of «w people la ths (Mmaiitj, «kkk kM we«T«4 the Inchest cumoMrt «f all tie eitirenry ofTmri Dodge «f Iris mark. He Che* jBtndatei Mr. D. A. Mdw», who is his tcauja uie mm refereaee (rM lad beea acewisphshed by Eer. Jntet within One y«ra. After which the Her. Jewess stated that we k4 *«y iBtliegubM ti#w frenaec, Pr»f. L~ C. Joaet, the priie yal and fowfer of Pimey Weed* Iastt tate «f BraxSea, IBk, which hr...

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 November 1921

?*.i$ ":, 1 1 FBR THE UAU YOU ,0 READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVIII, NO. 15. Increased emphasis is being placed today on the necessity for solving racial problems, and this is a task to -which all groups must apply their best intelligence and determination, in the truest spirt j£ co-operation. Tie re sponsibility of our people in this con nection is great, both because we are directly concerned in the question and because we are in a more advantageous jwsition than ever before to co-operate in its solution. We have in our own leaders men who are capable and for .. ward-lookingL fully abreast of the times( contributing to the betterment ?«f our people and eountry in ways that are gratefully recognized. The insti tutions which are developing such leaders and bringing new inspiration and advancement to thousands of our youth and young men are recognized as true servants of civilization and prophets of a brighter tomorrow. Among.these institutions of se...

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 November 1921

tTZV* 'is^* -vv A ^va~ ji., sT«J ., v ft if* *:VA t, 8 $$$ I iifr-i IP I" S5:»?S 11 SHEDD *. w, Ooatnet »Ue gf AH Tbe EyiUsder wrta with pleasure tie srgasizatkia of The Colored Voters pf 1%e Cititeu Prawloie Committee. Th», we IwHere, step in tbe right direction. It fess ever bees tbe pies of the N«gn Pre# that we be given an equal sad fair efcanee to show oar ability. We believe for tbe first time lu the lattery of polities in Polk erauty, tbe Negro ba» been given an eqfeal'afcSfair eianee. The Citizens Franchise Committee in recognition of the great American prin cipal Equality'' has. organized a col ored voters division with Attorney Charlese P. Howard as its executive bead and fonr competent stenograph ers as bis assistants. This department is working night and day organizing tbe colored voters tin support of tbe franchise. It is not the intent of th# writer to discuss the franchise, bat we do eon aider it worthy of note that for once tbe colored voters are with the propo sitio...

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 November 1921

i-/s r- & S S 4r% Kw^, a 1 Mrs. 'Lillian D. Smith, chairman of, the educational committee of the Fed erated Colored Women's club waa the first colored woman in the city to work in the City Franchise. She has ap peared before .different fraternal or ganizations and had. resolutions adopt ed supporting the franchise. COLOflPD WOMEN AT.T. LINED UP FOB StBEBT CAB. FRANCHISE At a luncheon on last Monday even ing presided over by Mrs. 8. Joe Brown member Franchise Committee in the Iceture room of St. Paul's A. M. E. Church, representatives of thirty-five women's organisations coming -from every section, of the city, representing the various church auxiliaries!, fed-, crated clubs and otherwise listened/ to some interesting facts about the Street Car Franchise by L. P. Town send oi the Bpeakers Bureau. Attys. Geo. H. Woodpon and 8. Joe Brown, after endorsing the work of the Citi ezns Franchise Committee, these lead ers pledged themselves to line up the members not only of this particul...

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 November 1921

Pi 8 ii* if 1 h? ft JM-V TOUT OODOB ITBMRf '..:',, Moadijr «tm1d( «u feature 6t ftuul interest in oar «ity. Fort Dodge, ?at Coppin Chapel A. M. E. church, Having about succeeded in the com' |pletioa of the basement of our ehareh, |a brick structure, 28x85, -which consists Jof an assembly nail, gvmhasimn, hath room and cafeteria. The upper tita*y when completed, will consist of an auditorium, music roon^, reading room *nl pastor's study. An informal program was rendered ffor the opening, under directions of Ifn. Geo. Perkins. Chorus, "He is Mine instrumen Jtal BOIO, Prof. Jones spoke in words of highest praise and commendation of the pastor and his work and worth here in this community. The high estimation in which hQ is held by the best white citi zens, of his honest dealings and zeal ousness. We hesitated not in believing him in this statement when we consider his accomplishments not only for the good of our people but for the good of humanity. His reference of time, referred to in...

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

to* wx l»v I 3? it* N» Ht V~ h? 0& ip* r/ 1 Negro star. 5 r%\ i-lf. :r''A HsJv Hello! Bill %, mnmito* 1 ifeS2jv/'y» t* ., »L^V\,''#C 'x".v,i#4v. jHw-* •'tfSl Is SMartf'/* i- /,tm *:••••••-. j, FOR THE BAD YOU READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVIII. NO. 16. „]Pk, kX- *t 4 *js. K"-Ji?— V/ & Urbana, 111., Dec. 1.- fc*f?4%¥ One fthe Japanese visitors addressed a mass meeting of Col ored Americans the. other night at the Metropolitan Baptist church, colored, and he brought a message of great sifinificance to "those who heard him. He told of the importance of all the colored races of the world pulling together for the best things of life. He, as we, recognizes the fact rising tide of color has not 'reached its zenith. -v English delegates are deeply concerned about conditions in India. There has been considerable inside discussion of the atti tud displayed there towards the Prince of Wales' visit. Brootiiaveri, Miss, Dec. 1.—Four well-behaved colored wor...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 December 1921

I Ji it I 11 1 PI *~fci wb! rh st* I 4 IP :&*V sT V^{ I rHE c: 'f** Display, per Beading Not taefe otieee, par liao Weekly news letters •»*ek. By the Calendar. «Mr. Blibbs, Td like to see yon about that little loan of *50 1 made jnea three months ago, which you agreed to repay in a week." ••My dear fellow, I was feeling good «n over, and now yon have spoiled Of day." "tJmpb I By not paying me when jot said yon would you have spoiled 77 days for me." Too Hot. Jlmmle felt the beat and asked hla mother if he could take off his shoes and stockings. He could. Later the mother found him naked. "Jlmmle, what do you meant*' "Why," said he, looking straight Into her eyes, "all my PebUebI»s «v«7 Tkonlqr by tu Bystander Publi*hi»g Company, Dw lfoinec fetr*. OflM is ChtaJeal Building. Ceraer of 3ev«atk aad Mulberry «tt*U plane Walnat 800. ***,,$*, i* %•& -v & Ente-ed st the a*oet offlee oi Dee Ifolnee, Iowa, Seeona Cum matter. CHAS. M. SHEDD/.. Secretary and Treasurer I 5 VEJB80KXPT...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 December 1921

S"' -xsjhr^si- ratals J1 Wf •.Mil: BY iota, Mrs. EfHe Gi'inn, 944 Fourteenth «treet place, was called to Kansas-City last Wednesday night by the serious ill ncss of Us mother. Mr Virl Coleman from Carney, Iowa was in tlie city and made a call at the Bystander and wished the Bystander «iii bv words of expression and financial support, jjev. W. H. Griffin, pastor of St. Paul A M. E. church, Y. L. Jones, under taker and Mr. SpeticeT Mayweather made a flying trip via auto to Pella, Monroe and Oskaloosa at which latter place they were guests to Mrs. Bobert Johnson at a racoon dinner. The trip •while thrilling, was completed without accident *. The Shriners ball was considered one of the largest and most unique affairs ever held in Des Moines. All were out in their full dress. The Shriners really do big things in a big way in Des Moines. You ought to be a Shriner. Dr. A. W. Hackley, P. E. and Rev. W. H- Griffin were visitors at the By stander office this week. Dr. Hackley reports the chur...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 December 1921

M'O -&V*4 *•3 iffi'li a?V i" »4j IV" SC i* t- .!£** NOTICE. Tho news of tb* below- listed towns will apjwar next week. WATERLOO. IOWA |g MT. PLEASAMT, IOWA i*" .v, •U J* FT. DODOS, rOWA, d* Reporter. The r?vi»«l imHtinr at the Seeond! Baptist chureh of Ft. "bodge conducted by Kcv. Thomas Taggart of Omaha, Keb.^Pastor~ Bev. J. L' Loeu which closed last Lord 'e day with fifteen ad ditions, eleven for baptism, restoration four- Bev. J. L. Lucas is doing great •work in Ft. Dodge. Bev.. Taggart de-y parted for his home. He received a* number of presents from the Mission Circle and friends and $05 in cash. We desire the prayer^ of the co-workers, t"hat these candidates may continue for the faith once delivered. Bev. J. 1». Lucas united in marriage Mr. Herschal L. Jones of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Vclma Thomas of Kansas City, Mo., at the home of their sister's Mrs. /Marguerite Buekner and ilrt. Marie Owen, 126 Eleventh avenue south. The Home and Foreign Mission and feeds of kindness ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1921

I v: VJit «Sr' rral 7s' FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVIII. NO. 17 V**?1 Vf* 4 $fA )f £.\-*CiJJ '•'•rfy I CHINESE BOLT ARMS PARLEY t,' Claim America andjGreat Britain Are Backing Japan's Claims. THREE MORE DELE6ATES QUI! Sixty Advisers of the Peking Delega tion Book Passage for Home— See No Hope of Redressing China's Grievances. Washington, "Dec. 8.—A. tentative 'proposal for an agreement between the United States "and other powers to replace the Anglo-Japanese alliance has been, cabled to London as well as to Tokyo as a result o£ the .meetings of the arms conference's "big three"— America, Great Britain and Japan. Official confirmation of the report that the suggestion for a new International concert had taken definite form was given by the British. Details were not revealed, but an authorized Brit ish spokesman said that "certain sug gestions were formulated and tele graphed to London" after the confer ence last week between Cha...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1921

E-,- t- b-,, Ofl«« sil I 9%ams Itdtaat 999. ggg Kste*ed st tbe «^*DOeFof «habity. The recital given under tie anaptees of Afda Court No. 50 of the Daughter* of Isi*, Tuesday evening at St. Paul A 11. E. ehnreh was a decided roe eon. And what makes it stand out as a great innovation is that the Sermon of Strength 'I am sore everyone who had the pleasure of hearing Dr. W. H. Griffith, pastor of Si. Paol A. M. E. choreh on last Sunday morning was more than lilted up with "joy unspeakable." He selected as his text, "The Joy of the l»ord is Your strength.'' Theme, "The Ministry of Joy." Dr. Griffin in his usual manner of oratorical eloquence delivered one of the best sermons erver heard. The church was in a perfect state of recipieney. He pictured the conditions of man in his relation to the one supreme element essential to make life here and beyond complete which is Teal joy. Dr. Griffin also made the way so plain that a wayfaring man, though a fool could not ere in the way he differen ...

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

•V ^L .v :4 1 te Y.W. 0. A. nn last Sunday, tho membership -committee of the Tenth street center A. launched their membership L"' bv sending speakers to all the klirfihes iu the «tty eSt7nd to & -treet place, returned from Kansas City last night leaving her mother much im proved. Eev, G. W. Robinson is out of the i*\ «itv this week attending a conference of Baptist ministers in Cleveland, Ohio. He will return the last of the week. St Paul A. E E Ch. BET. W. H. GRIFFIN, Pastor sr. pauIj J- AT C. b. NOTES. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. tendance was good last Simday. Aeessions—Mrs. Stella Brown Mrs. L. L. Bowles.* Is that all? No, look for the menu next week. The public is invited to attend our Sunday evening meetings sand social activities. The Horth Star lodge No. 2 A. F. & A. M. held their aniiual election on the first day of Deeember and elected their old standard bearer^C. B. Woods for the fifth term and thelodge is in a I very prosperous condition, and is look ing forward t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 December 1921

iAwVt Spvjfh* r^vjl-- v'„ 1 i' """A* tored V4'^ fc. -II: H- 'M on or or bowel tarrh e*i A, «5S if ^skr- VI. if &****«•• We Know The %*ift^.. Men Like Best We have assembled them accordingly—the greatest Christmas displays our btumeaa history. And yon will find prices that make It possible to supply yon efery man's gift from this favorably known institution., TIES—Narrow Silk lies vWi open ends—fashionable narrow knits—all colors ...S1.00 ^V. "J"*'* SILK SHIBTS—BrawI£iIu,'Cf^ defcuie8,%sey Pmsy Willows checks, stripes plain—up HOSE—Phoenix Silk, 75c to %2.00 Silk and Wool Mix tores at $1*00 and 7 BATH ROBES—Blanket Robe* in checks, plaids, stripes and Indian Patterns $10.00 SEFREN'S lewa's Foremost Furriers 716-718, Walnut Street Terms Moderate1 5 Pmo Ccrnwfe 3# from WALNUT Sefrerts Christmas SALE OF FURS 25 to 33 1-3 per cent off As fur manufacturers on a large, scale sailing direct to people, we always give better values than you can obtain elsewhere. Now dur­ ing this great .C...

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 December 1921

ra' *\'•'WjhyVy: KU a/ v»»H rf|' ys« V.':-' fcV. S t* iw, 'v! $31 I •I /:.' FOR THE BAD YOU DO READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER VOL. XXVIII. NO. 18, r- ''iV- rife-'- FROM IOWA ''A AT BRAXTON, MISSISSIPPI by Laenas a. Weld, B. S. '99, M. S. '02 (The late former head of mathematics department and dean of "The Liberal Arts College.") The^writer was recently sitting at the lunch counter in an Iowa railway junction when he was greeted by a German cab driver forcnerly living in Iowa City. "Just getting home from the South?" he inquired. "I read in the paper that you visited Laurence Jones's school. I knew him when he was night clerk in the O'Reilly Hotel at Iowa City, working his way through the State University. He used to put in most of his spare time studying and_ whenever I was.Jiasg-. ihg around~ "waiting' Tfor the night trains.- he would practice his German on me. He was a 'live one' all right. I always knew that colored boy would show lip somewhere." The eab...

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 December 1921

I la* mai *, a THE jS-*/ "$~:s Dimlaj, per iuk ... luaflMr Notieee, par line Oeatraet rates given apoe applieatieaa, ah Advertisements paid for In advance. «»«ek IJET THESE BE LIGHT. After the Creator had spoken the heaven and the earth into existence h» said, "IrfSt There be Light." With light came -understanding between all creatures thereafter created. Darkness is vivid of form and is & great impediment to ihe progress of the human race. The light that God cre ated caused man to see form and dis tinguish objects but there is another light that gives man a better under standing about the things he sees. That light caused man to develope and be come a great service to bis fellowmen. God ereated that light and placed into man's briin and men called it reason. Now the brightness of this light de pend® upon man's training, and this training is ealled education. Without this training the light burns low and man's progress is glow. A who travels through this world with a dim light 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. — 17 December 1921

'V jw ,t s-'t, '•"•'T '.'T. •. Paul A. M. E. W H. GRIFFIN. Pastor it Sunday was a beautiful day a busy day with most of us. listened to a very splendid ser bv our pastor, Rev. W. H. Griffin. the close of which the beautiful solemn rite of baptism was admin __red to si1 Ifke marked improvement in onr *ir compels us to express our appre for the masterly manner in icb they have rendered some of most difficult selections. They ive increased in numbers and ability degree of efficiency heretofore tin- Mr. E. C. Robinson, secretary of itker street branch of the Y. M. 0. gave a very interesting account of conference of the colored men's de- tment of the 'II National Y. M. C. A. Mr. 3d in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr Robin i's talk was a very inspiring one, fwe also enjoyed a number from the jk quartette. •'Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Topic, onscience." Teaching it, quickens obeying it, Prov. 20:27. ActsMaS- Jtmior topic, "How Can We Help fa Immigrant?" Matt. 25.:31-40. Big circus dinner at St. Paul...

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 December 1921

a a 4 yf- -.f-/. •Wi :Z4: I •-•I: .rW&r A» fm 4- W+2kW*T*&90 fgg fkte «0* MM We Know ThS Gifts Men Like Best 3gflfcTS Crtpc 4r 3^ 7$c to ZN» Mrtmm, JM s» ifcMr^g •fcUr 902*, SEFREN'S Iowa's Foremost Furriers 716-718, Walnut Street Terms gmj&M.- J:-: wriv-rw* For© Corner r^ W j*:, #/.#/ +0 4m mi0 Sefren's Christmas SALE OF FURS 25 to 33 1 3 of Mtet ftw «S« ilQM an cat 25 tm 3tv* OUR NEW HOME ^SSmmCSS 4vMJ5i 25,000 MORE PORO "AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the •,• -Vr-' J\'- S ./ PoroSystemof Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Bea»"y Culture Moderate Diplomas Write Today for Further Informatioti TiirEJSi.ai^E,_ ICS.: 1 ssust ±iuup»iaiy. *S1 wnL fffw»»4 Sy t7il Hit. Wll W:. Mm 7* HAM ««*r I 3 A-s' feme Suae w«** Sfc. lab Ttaaai IM|L 1 News and Local Happenings Among Our Neighbors am a* She ...——w Is «e afe s.tajr ?P* NOW ID Thuriag tM» sale we are offering ex 4 etftsvttal raises im Mgfa ciass mmitai 1 disc op to the last mlaate ia...

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 December 1921

1 1- vol. tap- iiif FOR THE BAD YOU DV* READ OTHER PAPERS FOR THE GOOD YOU DO READ THE BYSTANDER xxvin.-no. 19. 5S3*.^- 9-m-vk .jwxVidb'"* ptTj '.'I? :5 •.: J&afwwqjk, 'i Ai REV. A. W. HACKLEY. Presiding elder of the Des Moines district of A. M. E. churches. He is I doiftg effective work among the churches i" in his ditsrict. MRS. J. B. BUSH. Mrs. J. B. Bash, the only woman law yer practicing in the city and the only colored lady lawyer in the middle west. T~ MRS. H. B. GRAVES. 2^. 'V The president of the 3 and 5 '«'l- M'l Iowa. Minnesota south Dakota state Sunday School Convention. A great As. CHUKCKES UNITE IN EMANCIPATION MEETING Tho ]es Moines Branch of the National Association for the Advance ment of Colored Peole have succeeded in securing the co-operation of all the colored churches in the city in bringing to the city Hon. Henry Lincoln John son of Atlanta, Ga., for the monster emancipation celebration which will be held January 2 in the St. Paul's A. M. E. church at Twel...

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 December 1921

hi 'V, CHAS. M. SHEDD-- of theCaita* The aagrl and nt* tt*an, JTe«jr *»*jj far, Vekold, I kflag y*« tidSag of] g»%«t joy, wtedk sfcsJS be U» all y«*»»e-| F«r «at# 1*« Altjr Ctej cSty of 0tni emrimr, wkiek *1 Chrf* the LwdL—Lake 2:10-11. ffBXQBCOW- Lesd Men thee aai kcef tkee. tk Bike k» face" THE V. & r. to XV Tisa lUtej Bewtkerhoed Frieitd Jfcxp, the mm( fwinir lodge aa»eag ««r peefle tike aMft ««(, aflBMI it# Sfty-aeeesd aoaat eaaveatiem. ia Item J/Limem aezt Aagast. The organization aerviee ia tke reeeat afreet ear frn ciise dietiea meat tkw bexag Hrs. Alkt 6nre« apeaklag of her work at tke aeeead preeiaet ©f tk tkird ward Mn. Lola Weeka of Tkird Mrs. Haze! iKxoa ef tke Foartk of ike Tlkxd Mr». 1 Lillian Barren «f tke Foartk of tke F««rtk aad Mn. Addie W&OOflOO UK fHE BYSTANDER aMme Bpe ttMy ami fce grades* sate tke. Tie twilfift la* liee, gjhre wee peace.—JloAot I44-24. eomprisea 1 ipisd MfH, 212 B^al BMKa^MB tke Xfrtoim Tea aad 223 "JaveaSea^ frM the state* erf Miianiii...

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 December 1921

W I -lh i*T'" -i "i plume Walmit-«». 2^ '•n fc any part of the United State* one yeai 8Lc Monthe Display, per Beading Notieee, Contract rates gr AM Advertisements per Weekly news •»e®t WOBIaD'S BEST NBWS. The angel said unto them, Pwr not: for, Keloid, I bring you good tiding of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.—Luke 2:10-11. GREETING The Lord bless thee and keep thee. The Lord make his face' shine upon thee, and be graciooft unto thee. The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.—Numbers 6:24-26. THE U. B. P. TO MEET IN DES MOINES 1922 The United Brotherhood of Friend ship, the mo^t prominent lodge among our people in the middle west, will hold its fifty-secOnd annual convention in Des Moines next August. The organization comprises 300 grand lodges, 212 Royal Houses,* 369 Sisters of the Mysterious Ten and 223 Juveniles, from the states of Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa. O...

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