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CHICAGO, ILL SATURDAY, JUEY 9. 1921
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Mrs. FrakKji A; Denison Has Started Suit in the Circuit Court of Cook County Against
Uariesy.Uopper,scar Schrfeiber,His WffePanhie Schreiber, and the Grand Boute
vard District Property Owners Association, and Finley Bell Its Manager and Others,
Asking Fifty Thousand Dollars Damages, for Conspiring Against Her and Preventing
Hpr fiftfira Cnmnlfptlrio- tin PiWUoa jl u ijL. - aqoa t? . - a
v. - Mtviuiviiaac vi uic mjuw at -ro-5 rures iviiie wenue
fsa becoming the real owner -of the
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Osax Senreioer iaaea awy wlfc i4" ! ,..
bt tadred dollars and then Charles
ML Gooppfr started foreclosure pro-
Ljes on his mortgagerfor five thou-
'asi dollars, one thousand-Xalung aaa
r Ceieber 12, 1921 and Mrs. Denison was
"uoBars more, making' four thousand
dollars just as soon as the sale was
It is utterly impossible to set forth
all the details in connection with all. of
the lawing in that respect. But there
is one thing worth remembering and
that Is that Finley Bell, manager of
the Grand Boulevard District Property.
Owners Association informed CoL Deni
son right to his face right in open court
that he and his association did not
want him or any other eoldred man to
reside in the 48th block on Forcstville
lira-Denison is suing all of .the above
mentioned parties to carry out: their
end of tha deal as she is ready
and willing to stand by the con
tract which has been duly signed and
delivered and that she -has the -three
thousand and five hundred dollars to
apply on the same and also the one
thousand -dollars to pay on the mortgage-
note -when it falls due October 12,
1921, that she wants fifty thousand for
damages for depriving her of home,
that at the present time all -of her
household goods-are in storage as the
new owners of her old home at 3132
Calumet avenue have" already moved
into it, that all of the parties so far
nw?ars that early the past spring,
..a .a n p11 their lovely' nome at
Uj Calnmet avenue, and ?n looking
!L.,j to ccure another house farther
ISO1?- . nnrtx ,,
itftti, Mrs' xcu"'1'" "
ifaee 4S-4 Forestvaie .avenue "which
iLited her in most every way, for.
ITjjj compact and she'would bo able
r aii the work in it herself and
Ifta it to noar tne PaWio wpol
Llere lr fonr 0E five ehaaren conld
i&aH it without oeing so rar away
'tja lome So she decided to enter
g,a eontraet with the, owners" of the
.teie to bi"- it and she called on them
.nJi tlat object in -view. - Its owners
jjese Oscar Schreiber and his -wife,
nude Sehreiber, who were at that
jf&a perfeetlv willing to sell the place
Ciher,but before fully deciding to" buy
jieas'M ner nusDanafv-oi. 1cauua,
..Mflaianv her and inspecthe house
igj after doing so she finally decided
'fet&e would enter info-ajcontract for
Ifee one and she laid down five lun
jxl dollars as ernest money, the price
-ipKd 0Tn for ib9 bV "was nino
ftjsacd dollars and seemingly every-
,feg was moving along all right- to
xsii dosmg the deal about' the first
Ulnae. Then the head.-officiabi -of the
tarn cum: ;".;-' !,", mentioned including- the Chicago Title
'atisn cot wind of t .and througn " r
ffT.rs. --J ; flftM thtand T08 Company should wUUngly
jIfT"leu us uiiiit,w-, .. .
jgrty Tork for it, and a scheme was-
kkbfd up to prevent Mxs. .uenison
pay her fifty thousand dollars for at
tempting to interfere with her consti
tutional right and prevent her from
purchasing property and residing in
any section of the great city of Chicago
J. Harold Mosely and Denison, Wat
kiss and White are the attorneys for
Mrs. Denison. Her case will come up
in the Circuit Court of Cook County the
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bpj- three thousand, and five hundred third 3Ionday of the present month.
EDUCATION MAKES GOOD
Ideal sqrfiftTn of Teachers in
Coteed Schools Announces Program
in OMahoma City Meeting, Angus
V5. 'White and Colored Educational
laders Win Speak. Well-Balancad
ia-Eonnd Program Ctovesncr Eob-
ctra Will Attend Meeawg.
By Wra. Anthony Aesy.
AHiWn nfr nvin .The National
-. ....M. ..T. ." "
IflaaoiaBn nf Teachers in Colored
Mckjls, which will hold i eighteenth
teal BMtiuiT liere. August 3-5; be-
ipna ia the education of, all ieople
fj and black, old and young, rich
M poor and also believes in the ail-
jBi ioprovement of all .who teach.
luj. ijowan, presiaenc 01 vxo -
'a icrieultural and Mechanical Col-
tB,ileora,Iis5.. is the president and
ff. - 'T'"
I-. Slar X Floyd of Augusta, ua.
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" 01 106 "KUWBU J.1kC- I
IateiecntiTe secretary -of this teach'
Gordon and C, B. Foster, Oklahoma
Ctiy; "Beligion.aad Education' BeV.
J. W. E. Bo wen of Gammon Theological
Committees win report on the follow
"School Marks and Bating," T. W.
Turner, Chairman; Educational Tests
and Measurements," C. W. Florence;
"Ethics of the School Craft," J. W.
Davis; "Negro History," W. N. Hug-
.gins; ".Note-.Booic quarterly," j. ju.
The Douglass High -School will give a
rendition of an operetta, "Focahon
tas," under the direction of Zelia V.
Breauz, supervisor of music in the
Oklahoma City public schools.
Interesting and profitable three-day
programs have been arranged for the
following aectibns: (1) Bural Schools,
B. S. Grossley of Mississippi, chairman;
(2) Elementary Schools, Elizabeth B.
Brewer (3) Social Service, Ida L. F.
Liston; (4) Iand-Grant Colleges, Presi
dent Osborne of Prairie Yiew College;
and (5) Private Colleges, J. T. Cater.
lV&nown Speakers en Program.
etfrhitc and colored leaders, are
WJriatenrfivl in tliA -itnnrovement of
laal facilities for the youth of
1,900 Negro Americans, is shown
fe & fact that many well-known
j;"ttoti hare accepted invitations to
lift tiaeh addresses.
tho sneakers before the gen-
ons win be Gov. J. BA. Bob-
f OtUhoma: Mavor J. C Walton
'H Arilitford, superintendent of
City schools; E. H. Wilson,
?rintendent of education for
of Tulsa 'schools; Dr. P.P-
r former T. 8. Commissioner fit
a: a L. Rmifh fii1il amait OX
9awald Fund and executive offl-
lading institutions for the edu
: colored youth. '
All-Bound Program. ,
Addresses and -Sepoxts. '
R2W!ITI, vtri'frrmm -r?ll rflVftT
.WUEtOTliee? '? "' .
1 Sdncation' E. X. Snyder;
JEne," p. o. lehdls: "Coun-
e iTovcnent," B. T. -Hubert of
h "Claims of the Prof emons, '
t Jctn 3Tunowney of Meksrry
Col!pm VA:. t t ''irmm.
n Jonraal and Guide,' Dr.
Xcb, and President-M. W. Bo-
" Julia A Jaclsea f Taks,
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.; "Work of iia.Gs.Briaaa
The Oklahoma City- program win also
include addresses' by E. M. Wood presi
dent Oklanoma Teachers' Association;
Principal a B. Toungblood and Zelia
N. Breaur of Oklahoma. City; Presi
dent Eowan of Alcorn A. and M. Col
lege; G..N. Trenholm, president Alaba
ma State Normal School; .Maggie n.
Binggold, Louisiana State Jeanea super'
visor; W. M. Berry of Wilberf oree TJni
versitv: F. A. Bobinson, Palestine, Tex.;
Marv E. Xintr, Huskogee; Principal a
T. Carr of Dallas, Tex.; Principal W. H.
Foot and H. P- Butter of Oklahoma
Citv: Judith C. Horton of Fova High
School; and H. V. -Asheraft of Iiogan
Tho educational needs, of colored
youth wffl. l)e fully discussed by men
and women who are 'engaged, in con
structive woriihroughout the South and
the nation. Beporta win. be. made on
successful educational operations. Those
who attend the- August meeting wfll
bring -facta of progress to inspire other
HON. P. -A. NASH
Member of the Board of Review of Cook Comity, Who Has
Thousands of Loyal Friends m Thi Cky Who Woalde Highly
Delighted to See Him Enter the Race for Mayor of Chicago
in 1923. - :
ABMSTBONG ASSOCIATION ISSTJES
Phuadelphis Branch of Urban League
'Secures Contracts Amounting
KEGBO GETS HONOBABLE 3BET-
VasMagton, B. CI To. Mr. Charles
F. M. Brown las gone tie distinction
of being the only colored man in the
United States to receive tha-xiedil of
the "Order of tie British Empire."
Mr. Brows, for fiirty-five years has
been attacked to ike embassy a a aes
., -1-.1.-1 -tawf Ha kas
Mr .3er Bise 3mbasBadoTB,-begia-
The Armstrong Association of Phil
adelphia, affiliated with the National
Urban League has just issued a most
interesting "and encouraging report of
a year's work: in behalf of the colored
citizens of the "City of Brotherly
Love." The Association specializes in
industrial activities, having placed
1,933 persons in positions last year at
an estimated value of $224,837 per
month. These workers-we.ro in thirtyd
four different kinds of occupations.
Nine contracts were awarded to colored
contractors amounting to $67S5, and
one man placed as an engineer with
the Pennsylvania Bailroad, tho first
time that this Company has engaged a
colored man in this capacity.
Home and School Visitors who have
carried, social work from three school
centers into the homes of the pupils,
have made an average of one hundred
visits each per rrionth. These workers
have assisted in starting a little
Mother's Cfub and a clinic for babies,
and in investigating the need for a Day
Nursery in one of the neighborhoods
(nursery to Te established m the fan).
They! iave inaugurated a successful
Dress Befona Campaign against Late
ness, and assisted in strengthening the
Big Sister and the. Scout Movement.
A scholarship fund of. f 1,727.61 was
raised with which three .scholarships
were established at the University of
Pennsylvania, one at a medical col
lege and one at Temple Univendty-
Assistance Was given to two students
at tho University of Pennsylvania, and
to one who is preparing to enter Hamp
ton institute. m
Neighborhood Center Work has been
conducted during tho summer in South
ern New Jersey where a. successful
Farmer's Picnic was conducted, play
ground work, sewing classes, hoaae gar
dens and a baseball team, are main
In relating tho work to prospective
jobs tho Industrial Secretary, A. lu
Manly has been the consultant on
problems affecting the Xegro workers
in a iarce numucc a s "
plants, and the woman iaonstnal sec-J
xetary, Misa Emma V. uaner nas rea-
Aered. similar services in. cobhcciiiw
ydtu -mnnn'mnnloveea in factories and
other conaeetiana.-.BeeeBtly Miss A. L.
Richardson who ha for a number of
years been a Hoaso and School Visitor,
was takea over try tne .ooara w. -.
e-rLHuladeJpBia "for this same
flTk..thiis -rHstixTiag the ArasmtroBg"
Aawdaaia itsj&periffleat' -
The Secretary and most active per
son on the Board of Managers of the
Armstronjr Association is John T. Em-
len, who is Viee-Chairman and a mem
ber of the Executive Board of the Na
tional Urban League.
The cost of conducting this work dur
ing the past year was $9,228.60.
The Board of Managers is made up of
both colored and white men and wbmen
who feel that it is thru cooperation of
this kind that the eauss of misunder
standing between the races and friction
may be reduced to a minimum.
CASE? STATE BANE CHANGES
NAME AND OFFICIAL MANAGE-
,We are pleased to announce to the
many readers of this paper, that Mr.
George W. Gossand others have taken
over the controlling interest in the
Casey State Bank, .situated at 4649 8.
State street. .- Mr. Goss has been for
many years a weU known business man
of that district and for some years he
was closely connected with the affairs
of the Lincoln State Bank of Chicago, as
ono of its directors. He has hosts of
friends in all sections of the South Side
and the people in general, will be glad
to know that he will be in active
charge of all the affairs in connection
with the Casey banking institution,
which has been well established and we
feel sure that the confidence which the
many friends of Mr. Goes entertain re
specting his executive and business
ability, win aid materially in the suc
cess of his new adventure, on a. larger
scale in the banking world.
Mr. J. P. Casey, the retiring presi
dent, wiU stiU retain an interest in the
bank and wiU remain on the Board of
In addition to these, Mr. Frank -L.
Birdsey, President of the Jersey Ice
Cream Co., and the Peerless lee Cream
Co, 4248 S. State street, and Mr. Henry
J. Clark, President of the Mogg Coal
Co, 423 8. Sta'te street have been
elected .directors of the new" organiza
tion. Mr. H. J. Coleman of H. J. Coleman
& Co, Beal Estate dealers, remains on
the Board of Directors as formerly. '
The sew officer of the new-industrial
state bank are as f oUows: Mr. George
W. Goss, President, Mr. Frank L. Bird
sey, Vice-President, and Mf Henry B.
The .same of the "bank has been
changed to that of the Industrial State
Bank of Chicago, an amendment to the
charter having been granted by the
State Auditor for that purpose.
It is the plan of the sew manage
ment to take over the adjoining store
at,465L,Besth State streetaad -enlarge
the banking space to more than twie
its present size. Extensive ehanges
will be made in the bank front, new fix
tures installed, and every modern facil
ity and equipment provided to give the
public of that locality every possible
service any first-class bank or financial
institution can render.
The list of names mentioned above of
the gentlemen who are behind this
proposition should be sufficient quaran
tee that it will not only be solid, staple
and reliable, but that it wUl be oper
ated at all times to the very best in
terests of the public so far as the samo
will be consistent with good banking.
We bespeak for them the patronage of
our people in that locality, with the
assurance that they win receive prompt
and courteous treatment at all times.
THE PYRAMD3 IMPROVEMENT AS
sociation dedicated on july
4th, new platgeotjnds at
thirty-seventh: street and
Monday, July 4, was a great day for
the young folks' residing near thirty
seventh street and Bhodes avenue, for
on that day the Pyramid Improvement
Association, Mr. Frank Anderson, Pres
ident, and Mrs. Sadie Anderson, Sec
retary dedicated the new playgrounds
at that corner which fin a long-felt,
want in that neighborhood.
The grounds were secured largely
through the influence of Mr. Thomas
W. Allen and Mr. T. A. Anen was mas
ter of ceremonies. Between four and
five hundred men, women and" chil
dren were present. Mr. James W.
Wbodlee was the leading speaker, and
at some length he set forth the aims
and the objects of the Pyramid Im
His talk was well received and he
was heartily applauded at its conclu
sion. Hon. J. Gray Lucas, and Hon.
Warren B. Douglas were among the
other eminent and weU known speakers.
Ice cream, eake and lemonado was
freely served in great abundance, the
ice cream being donated by Turner and.
Thompson, Druggists, Thirty-seventh
street and Bhodes avenue.
A splendid lawn tennis court will be
maintained in connection with, the play
JACK DEMPSEY KNOCKED OUT
GEORGES CARPENTER, THE
CHAMPION OF EUROPE, IN THE
. FOURTH ROUND AT JERSEY CITY,
N. J., SATURDAY, JULY 2nd.
MANY WHITE AND COLORED
SPORTS LAID DOWN MANY THOU
SANDS OF DOLLARS ON CARPEN
TIER AND LOST IT.
COL. JACK JOHNSON, THE FORMER
HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPJON PRIZE
FIGHTER OF THE. WORLD, WELL
SOON BE WELCOMED BACK TO
CHICAGO FROM HIS SOJOURN AT
- Now that tjhe great prize fight be
tween Jack Dempsey and Georges Car-
penticr of France for the heavyweight
championship of the world aid that
Dempsey put the Frenchman to sleep in
-the fourth round and that thousands
of .the white and colored sports lost
their money on Carpentier, and' that
business of every kind throughout the
United States last Saturday came to a
halt while the prize fight which was
witnessed by almost one hundred thou
sand people- -including many society
ladies, the fight being held at Jersey
City, New Jersey, and the mayor of
that city and the GoVernor of. that
"Apple Jack" state honored, the occa-
sion with their presence and as the
whole thing has passed into history the
next biggest thing on the bUlboards'is
the release of Col. Jack Johnson from
the federal prison at Leavenworth,
Col. Johnson will return to old Chi
cago with one dozen new suits of fine
clothes and he 'nil cut a wide swath
when he strikes old State street seated
in one of his fast running machines and
his many warm friends stand ready to
give him- a royal goodtime: " a
The chances are that his first bout
will be with Harry Ws and CoL John
son expects to clean up fifty-five thou
sand dollars as his share of the booty.
ALL HAH.! OUR CONQUERING:
By M. A. Majors.
WILL SATTi FOR LONDON.
Bev. W. A. BlaekweH, pastor of The
Walter T A. M. E. Zion Church, is nrc-
paring io leave Chicago for New York
from wnere no will sail from London,
England 'to attend the eeemlnieial con
ference in company with, Mrs. W. A.
BiaekwelL Bey. BlackweH has done
much in. co-operating in helping the
work os ia Chicago, not only tha Al
M. E 21sa churches,--but-'all the,
churches in Chicago jurisdiction J-. a
Jack Johnson is out, and to tell the
truth he should never have been in.
Now that he has served as a model
prisoner it remains to be seen now if
he win act as a model citizen. But
of a truth there are many fellows in
high places by the side of whom Jack
is a Sunday School scholar, and who
according to the law ought to be doing
time, but they have been in the immun
ity bath so long they have turned white.
The great crime Jack committed was
to knock the crown off Jim Jeffries'
head. Stealing a lot of old worn out
hens of course had to supply public sen
timent some irreverent excuse for im
prisonment. Now at the age of forty
odd he still has- a robust anatomy with
hardly a dent made upon his physical
escutcheon he may yet sustain a prowess
that may become the marvel of the age.
He is a great feUow after all, and
here and there can be found men who
wiU speak eloquent words in praise of
his courage. He Is not an object of any
body's pity. 'He has stood the test, and
shown himself a man with aU of the
odds of white man hatred concentrated
against him. His eonduet in the U. S.
prison ought to speak louder than words
in his behalf. Of course a lot of fools
will feel revenged because of his suffer
ing. We cannot see where anybody can
be happy over the misfortune of a man
that has risen to greatness. One thing
is sure they cannot take away his honors
in ring history. Always they wUl have
to nse his great name in the fighting
game wherever language is interpreted
as the sentiment of the human breast.
The Broad Ax wishes his after mo
ments jeweled with the joys of anoble
life and. if he does -not turn preacher,
study law, or go into the undertaking
business it appears he has done enough
to make him honored and respected by
his race. Success to yotv Jack, and may
you have luek in aU the big things you
contemplate for the future.
Your suffering was because of your
black skin. You whipped the white
man's hope. That was your undoing and
we are proud of you.
JACK GOT A PREJUDICED SENTENCE.
White Man Justice a Sham.-
SO MAKE FLYING TRIP.
Aity. Frederick McKlnney, 184 W.
Washington , has been called to
Baltimore, Md.oa important -business.
Mr. MeEInaey wxIL stop in several
other dties'es route"iome?t. -
They arrested Jack Johnson, caused
him to put up a cash bond of several
thousand dollars, this money waa for
feited. Jack went to Europe, and was
away from the United States several
years, and even, though he was World
Champion of pugilism, having whipped
all of the big men, both white and
colored, of that period.
The Mann Aet caused Jack to be in
dicted, as he was prosecuted for pay
ing Ben Schreider's fare from Pitts
burg to Chicago, afterwards giving her
about $12,000 to go to housekeeping.
When Jack returned to the laud of his
birth from Mexico he voluntarily gave
himself up by meeting the United States
officials at the dividing line to be
brought to Chicago After several
months he received sentence to the
Leavenworth Prison, where he has '
served out his term of one year.
Take the Stillmnn case, the yacht
whieh he paid $300,000 for and let
Florence Leeds of The Follies christen.
The $250,000 villa in Florida, the place
StiUman provided for the Leeds woman,
think this all over and see if you can
not make out of this a ease of violating
the Mann Act.
You have not heard anything said
about StiUman taking a woman from
one state into another state for illicit
relations although it is no secret that
he has lived with the actress during
three years aU over tho Atlantic coast.
2TEW JERSEY POTS BAN ONf,
MATCHES OP JACK JOHNSON
New York Jack Johnson, former
heavyweight champion of the worl"fc
who wUl be released from the Leaven
worth penitentiary Saturday,' will not? m
box in New Jersey waDe the present
state boxing eommissioa is in office.''
That was the statement of Chairman
Robert H. Doherty today when told aj
tempts would be made to match John-'
I son with Harry Wills is a Jersey ring
"The commissioners are in office to
promote and-protect the boxing game
in the state," Doherty declared, and,; ,
we believe, the .appearance ofJofcasen '
ia a contest there would be derogatory
to the'spori'; "'.-
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