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CHARLES E. STUMP, THE REGULAR
CORRESPONDENT FOR THE
BROAD AX, IS STILL ON EARTH,
FOR LAST WEEK HE ATTENDED
THE MEETING OF THE NATIONAL
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, AT
LOUISVILLE, KY., AND HE HAD A
wonder and a puzzle. He attracted
much attention. I think they called
him a military genius. I don't know
Just what that means, but I think he
is on the order of me and General
Grant. He certainly did pull off one
great parade. The people all declare
that it was the finest they had ever
seen by any people. It took R. R
Jackson to show Kansas a real pa
rade. I was on the rcxicwing stand
with the Supreme Chancellor and
others, and this is the first time in
all my life I had filled such a fine
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HIGH OLD TIME, RUBBING UPibghrd
A - I shall have to bring this letter to
AGAINST THE LEADING DOCTORS ITL ZZZSXIZ
IN THE UNITED STATES. b TJ' L "S.
Church, and find that Dr. L. K. Wil
liams and his npnnlr nnllp.l off n nllv
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HON. JOSEPH F. HAAS
Reorder of Deeds of Cook County; Member of the Executive Com
mittee of the Campaign Committee, Which Will Raise One
Hundred Thousand Dollars for the Greater Fort Dearborn Hos- have declared war and boycott
pitai ana i raining jcaooi.
h R Coleman Ba5kin, 3244 Ycr
son Vic entertained Ia-t Thursday
ffenmg seventy-five guests in honor
ci Mrs C Calhoun and daughter of
Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs. J. E.
Walker mfe of Dr. Walker, presi
dent oi The Mississippi Life Insur
is Co . Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Cal
fcosn is the sister of Dr. Emmett El
sort interne at Fort Dearborn Hos
pital Miss Baskin made a charming
hotes m a white lace gown with a
sucle strand of beads around her
MEETING ON TUESDAY.
Tho meeting of the Pyramid Build
ing and Loan Association will be held
on Tuesday evening. Sept 6th, at
3539 State St., on account of Labor
Day and the absence of the president
and secretary from the city.
PLEASED WITH VISIT.
CLIENTS COMING TO CITY.
Hundreds of clients of the Bailey
Realty Co. and Milton Mercantile
ency, 3638 S. State St, of which
il T Bailey is president and man
ager, will be in the city Sept 6th to
lib in attendance of the National
Baptist Convention and Mr. Bailey
s preparing to meet them.
RE-ELECTED FOR THIRD
Mrs. Nettie Anderson, 3244 Vernon
Ave,, and niece, Helen Alberna, arc
pleased with their visit to Toronto,
Canada where they have already
spent a month with friends.
IN MORGAN PARK.
Mrs. Lelia White", 3428 S. Dearborn
St., spent the week end in Morgan
Park as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Agee, 11305 S. Elizabeth St.
STOP IN CITY.
Rev J Tutt of Quincy, III.,
ra re-elected for the third term as
sate grand master of U. B. F. &
SM T at the recent session of the
pand lodge held at Alton, 111.
MRS. HARRIS VISITS CITY.
Mrs Lena Harris of Garj'i Ind.,
eretarv of The City Federation of
kored Women's Clubs, widely
tern fraternally, spent some time
s tit cm during the past week on
isffies n evening was spent at
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Taig, 3556 Giles Ave.
Mcsdames' Bertha Meacham, W. S.
Reid, Mcdora Mallory and Mattie E.
Holmes of Detroit, Mich., stopped in
the city en " route from Alton, 111.,
where thev attended the grand lodge
of U. B. F. & S. M. T.
Chicago, 111. What will be the af
termath of the meeting of the Na
tional Medical Association, and what
will be the result for the next few
months in Louisville? This is a ques
tion which may cause you to wonder
why I asked it. and I am at a Ios
myself to know, except I am told
that before the meeting and in the
course of preparations some of the
Louisville physicians arc reported to
have said that in their social func
tions they did not want their distin
guished 'guests from all parts of the
country to conic in contact with kit
chen mechanics and suds busters.
I can't believe any sane man be
longing to my race would say any
thing like this, yet it has stirred
Louisville, and some of the women
them, and believe me honey, there
will have to be some explaining be
fore this matter is fully adjusted, for
when you step on a woman's feet
you have done something and you
had better get off and then take time
and explain how it happened. The
doctors may say, "I cure you all,"
and the lawyer may say, "I plead for
you all," and then comes the preach
er who says, "I pray for you all,"
hut at the bottom of the ladder are
of the bc.t in the
notning about race or color. He is
right up to date. All night long bc
torc he goes into an operation he
has before him the human body, and
goes over it. and then just before
going to the operating room, he goes
in conversation with God, and then
i last week and realized $18,000 and
that is going some. That money was
all placed on the table last Sunday,
and some is still coming in. Dr.
Williams is a leader of men.
I want to repeat what I have said
before that he is going to entertain
the National Baptist Convention.
he is richt. Hi- lmliotpc in mit-.- -ic
well a in skill, and with faith in God "nd X'm mJT t0 do ,l ,n syic'
with his knife consecrated to Him Dr- . Mams ,s not a candiJac r
and the saving of human life he goes j I,r,dcnt. and don't you think he is
tvj.ui; iu unuw ins name 10 oc uscu.
He has all he can do. and is going to
do it, believe me, honey. Right by
to work, and do you question his suc
cess. The whole world is giving him his
place now, and not a gift, for he has
earned all that belongs to him right
now, and is just letting his fame leak
out. Right by his side is that won
derful woman, Mrs. Hale, who is an
expert anaesthetist, as well as one of
the best nurses in this country. She
was right there, and contributed much
to the success of that abdominal op
eration performed by Dr. Hale and
I need not tell you about the success
for you know that The next opera
tion she had to "assist in the same
Then I had the pleasure of seeing
Dr. A. M. Curtis, that man with a
national reputation as a surgeon cut
off a man's leg, and he will continue
his side is Rev. J. H. Branham, and
I am going to be around myself.
Drop in and sec the convention in
session. I will tell you aljout it next
Charles E. Stump.
MRS. JOHNSON DIES.
Mrs. Matilda Johnson, the mother
of Mrs. Charlotte Shaw-Richardson,
3617 Dearborn St., and one of the.
F. F. V.'s, passed away on Aug. 7th
at the age of 105 years.
Mrs. Bessie Dandy and daughter,
Ruth, 2946 S. Dearborn St.. spent the
week in Morgan Park as the euests
of Mrs. Ivy and Settles, 11346 S.
Lieut Roscoc C Kccble. 1st lieu
tenant of The Uniform Ranks of K.
of P., spent two weeks at Topcka,
Kansas, in attendance of the annual
encampment of Knights of Pythias.
DIFFERENCES SO SLIGHT.
There isn't as much difference be
tween a Negro and a Caucassian per
son as there is between two white
persons, one being cross-eyed and the
other bow-legged. If there was a par
ticle of difference it would very like
ly be in the Negro's favor.
HON. DANIEL RYAN
Att'y. and Mrs. Walter M. Farmer,
184 W. Washington St., have return
ed from a two weeks' vacation in
northern Illinois and Atty. Farmer
is on the job in his office at 184 W.
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President of the Board of Commissioners of Cook County and One
of the Active Members of the Campaign Committee to Raise
One Hundred Thousand Dollars for a Greater Fort Dearborn
Hospital and Training School for Nurses.
HON. JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS
United Sf c.. fi.m TTlmoi- Who Has Been a
""feat Subscriber to This Paper for More Than Twenty
ft"- As a Member of the Senate He Voted Agamst the
a Exclusion Bui and He Voted in Favor of Every Meas
e Pertaining to the Welfare of the Colored Race m Bus
aatry. At the Present Time He is Assisting to Raise One
"oadred Thousand Dollars for a Greater Fort Dearborn Hos
Pttal and Training School for Colored Nurses.
the common people, the cooks, the
suds busters, and others who look up
into the faces of all professions and
declare the truth when they say "Wc
suoDort vou all." It is to be regret
ted that such a thing should get out
There was a great meeting of the
National Medical Association in
Louisville, and I am not joking when
I tell you that They had many so
cial functions, and I sometimes think
too many of them for the good of
the organization, in the future some
of that part will have to be cut down.
But I am here to tell you that there
was a great benefit reaped. I am
willing to give credit for the great
good that was accomplished al
though there was one thimble headed
physician there with more brains than
common sense who hurled an insult
at me in public, but I am not going
to get back at him, but just pray
"Father forgive him for his brains
got in the wrong place for a few
minutes." There were some wonderful clinics
conducted there by men who arc able
rnnrfuct clinics, medical and sur-
gical.'and the younger men with less
experience got the benefit of the skill
of these men. Then the city hospital
was thrown open to them, a thing
unknown south of the Mason and
Dixon line. They got the benefit of
some wonderful cases in this. Then
they got to see some of the greatest
surgeons in the country take steps
to save human life, and every
operation was successful. I was
there with the other doctors and
I had on the robe like they did, and
while I did not do anything but
look I was convinced of the wonder
ful skill of our men.
As early as 5 o'clock I was up one
JX o -W Cross
hospital to be with Dr. J. H. Hale,
of Nashville. Tenn. surgeon and
chief of the Millie Hale Hospital.
Nashville. I have told you about
Uus wonderful surgeon before, one
to live. This was necessary to save
his life. You know that Chicago has
contributed to the surgeons. There
is Dr. G. C. Hall, at the head of the
class, and now wc present to you
Dr. U. G. Dailcy, Dr. Roscoc C.
Giles, and Dr. C. G. Roberts, and I
would like to tell you about each of
calling them in when you need good
attention. Then there was Dr. J. E.
Perry, who is the president elect, and
I shall have more to say about him
later. Dr. H. W. Conrad was there,
and in his class he is at the head. I
heard many good things said about
Away from Louisville, but I must
go back and tell you that I have
been to the Supreme Lodge of
Knights of Pythias. S. W. Green,
of New Orleans, was re-elected su
preme chancellor, and no one against
him. All the whole ticket was re
elected, and without opposition. It
is the first time in years that such a
thing has been done.
There was a great convention, and
believe me, Kansas did do honor to
the occasion. I was there in all my
good rags, and people, just looked
and looked at me. They took me to
be one of them supreme officers.
At the head of the Calanthe isEr
ncst G. Tidrington, and he has made
good. The women were loud in their
praises of the good work he is doing
for the cause, and what he is doing
to help his people. He is just one
of the men , who believe in doing
things. He is a remarkable man.
Of course you know Mrs. Carrie
A. Tuggle. She is a leader of wom
en, and one of the greatest leaders in
this country. All the people honor
and respect her. She was given a
high place, a member for life, and the
expenses in the future will be borne
by the Supreme Court, and she is
worthy of all the honor they can
confer on her. I was proud to see
her and all of the Alabama people.
Major General R. R. Jackson is a
Phone Drexel 7345 J
10 a. m. to 12
2 p. m. to 4
6 p. m. to 8
Dr. Jas. M Hall
Office and Residence
4545 So. Wabash Aye., Chicago
taideikct 1262 M&calister Placr
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ttlLES J. DEVINE
ATTORNST AT LAW
SUITE 318-329 REAPKS BLR.
Clark aad Wmhlngten Streets
Pbese Central 1239
Phones: Office Main 4153: Residence
4751 Champlain Avenue
Phone Kenwood 56ll
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUN
SELOR AT LAW
Suite 706184 W. Washington St
Boulevard 1580 : Phones t Boolrrard 1588
CIGARS . CIGARETTES TOBACCOS
The Ogden Pharmacy
3700 South State Street
Prescriptions Filled With Cars
and Ddirered Up-to-Date
JAMES LURIE, Mia&rcr
B.S. JONES, R-Ph. J.M.STARKS,RPK
Under State Supervision
Offers Equal Sen-ice to All
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
State Street and 36th Place
HON. HENRY STUCKART
Former City and County Treasurer, Who Is One of the Best Busi
ness Men in This City, Who Is Willing to do Everything in His
Power to Aid the Colored People to Enlarge the Fort Dearborn
the several states, which has had that
honor or distinction thrust upon it.
The regiment will spend this coming;
week, at camp Lincoln, Springfield,
Dr. and Mrs. George C Hall have
removed from their former ,homc
3408 South Park Avenue into their
lovely new home at 3638 Grand
Dr. Fannie Emanuel, Physician,
and surgeon, has one of the neatest
and most attractive little offices in
this city. It is located in the Roose
velt State Bank Building, Grand
Boulevard and 35th Street and she
has many patients among her num
erous old friends.
Capt. and Mrs. James S. Nelson,
3652 S. Wabash Avenue, returned
home Monday morning, from their
two weeks' outing at Idlewild, Mich.,
and Capt. Nelson has fallen deeply
in love with that beautiful summer
resort as he has decided to erect a
cottage there and remain all summer
The Eighth Regiment, Illinois Na
tional Guard, has been Federalized
and has become a part of the Mili
tary arm of the United States Army.
It is the only colored regiment in
Wednesday evening the members of
the Texas Fellowship Club, gave a
delightful reception and dance m
honor of visiting Texans and their
friend":, at the South Side Commun
ity Center, 3201 S. Wabash Avenue.
Dr. M. A. Majors, Mrs. James W.
Woodlec, Mr. L. J. Connor, Mrs.
Ada McKinlcy, Mr. A. L. McBride,
Mr. A. A. Rhambo, and Mrs. A. V.
Musgrovc had charge of the pleasant
affair which was largely attended by
many of the most prominent people
in this city.
Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Smith, 4714 Champlain
Avenue delightfully celebrated their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary and
they were the recipients of many rare
and beautiful presents from their
hosts of warm friends. The house
was beautifully decorated in honor of
the happy event and they were heart
ily congratulated on being able to
celebrate their silver wedding anni
versary by the large number of in
vited: guests, who were present
that most auspicious occasion.
WASHINGTON, D. C
Founded by GENERAL 0. 0. HOWARD
J. STANLEY DURKEE. A.M.. Ph. D..D.D.. President
EMMETT J. SCOTT. A. M.. LL. D- Secretary-Treasurer
COLLEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS
Junior College, covering the Freshman and Sophomore years and leading to
the Senior Schools.
Senior Schools, consisting of the Schools of Lbera Arts, Education, Journal
ism, and Commerce and Finance, granting respectively the degrees,
A. B. or B. S.. A. B. or B. S. in Education; B. S. in Journalism;
B. S. in Commerce end Finance.
School of Applied Science, four year course, granting the degree, B. S.
in Cml Engineering, B. S. in Electrical Engineering, B. S. in
Mechanical Engineering, B. S. in Architecture, B. S. in Agriculture.
and B. S. in Household Economics.
Evening Classes. The worL of the Junior College and the Senior Schools
may be taken in evening classes with full credit.
School Of Music, four year course, granting the degree of Mus. B.
School Of Religion, three year course, granting the degress of B. D. and
Th. B. Courses are offered also by correspondence.
School of Low, three year course, granting the degree of LI B.
School of Medicine, including Medical, Dental. Pharmaceutical Colleges.
Four year courses for Medical and Dental students; three year course
for Pharmaceutical students.
Following degrees granted: M. D., D. D. S., Phar. C
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REGISTRATION Viator Qawttr -
( Spring Quarter
- September 18.19. 30. 1921
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