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N. A. A. C. P. ASSISTS .NEW
YORK "WORLD IN
James AVeldon Johnson, Secretary
of the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People, 70
Fifth Avenue, New York Cty, has
made the following statement:
Just one year ago one of the staff
officers- of the National Association
wrote a letter to the headquarters of
the Ku Klux Klan in Atlanta and in
reolv received an application for
membership .blank and some other
literature of the Man. This was the
beginning of the fight which the Na
tinnnl Association for the Advance
ment of Colorod People has kept up
against the Ku Klux Klan ever since.
After considerable correspondence.
we secured enough information re-
trardinir the TClan to cive wide spread
publicity to it and to show its real
purposes. We placed the evidence
that we had gathered into the hands
of the Mayor of the City of New
York,' Governor; of New York State,
Police Commissioner of New York
and the District Attorney's Office,
and also into the hands of the De
partment of Justice at Washington.
Later a member of our office staff
made the trip to 3coee, Florida and
investigated the Ku Klux Klan riots
in that town in which twenty-five to
forty colored people were killed.
The first mass meeting in New
York against the Ku Klux Klan was
held under Uhe auspices of the Na
tional Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People on the 3rd of
January. The National Association for
the Advancement of -Colored People
has not only fought the Ku Klux
Klan from its National Office and
ruan irom us iwuuu '
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inrougn us oranencs uy uu.n-njr, j
mass meetings and by appealing to
the authorities, it has also fought the
me aumoruics, u nas aiau iuuriu .
Klan as it is glorified in the infamous
moving picture "ThC Birth oi A
Nation." In return the Klan. through
its organ. The Searchlight, launched
a vicious attack, against the N. A. A.
C P., and used every means in its
power to intimidate members of the
Association id the South. This fight
of a year waged by the Association has
at last borne fruit and the battle has
been taken up by a great and power
ful champion. The New York World.
And The World is dealing the Ku
Klux Klan its death blow. Twenty
other prominent newspapers in various
sections of the country arc associated
with The World in giving publicity to
the inside workings of this nefarious
About a little more than two months
ago a representative of The World
came into the National Office of the
Association and told us plans for an
inrcstisntton nd -oitposo ivbtrh his
paper was undertaking and asked us
to furnish him with all the data and
information possible. Our office im
mediately pjaced at his disposal its
files of data, information and docu
ments relating to the Ku Klux Klan.
We are glad that we were able to
render this assistance to The World in
the great fight which it is carrying on.
The World is performing a great ser
vice not only to the Negro but to the
nation because in stamping out the Ku
Klux Klan. it is conserving its institu
tions of law and order. The World
merits the appreciation of the whole
country and especially of the colored
people, because the destruction of the
Ku Klux Klan means more to them
than to anybody else.
In addition the New York American
has begun the publication of a series
of articles exposing the Klan. The
articles are written by C Anderson
Wright, former King Kleaglc of the
Invisible Empire of the KuKlux Klan.
In the issue of the American of Sep
tember 16. Mr. Wrieht made the -fol
lowing disclosure regarding the policy
of the Klan toward the N. A. A. C P.
Fear Negro Power.
"Another subject of serious discus
sion was the realization that the power
of the Negro society known as the So
ciety for the Advancement of Colored
Peoole was becoming a great menace
in the expansion of the Ku Klux Klan,
as it was continually giving to the
press publicity of the Klan's undcr
liand methods. This society was get
tin tr active in State legislative work.
having already succeeded in having in-
Founded br GEXBtALQ. O. IIOWAXD
J. STANLEY DURKEE, A-L, Ph.DD. D.. President
EMMETT jJ. SCOTT. A. U IX. D Secretary-Treararer
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Senior Schools, conmtingof the School of Liberal Arts. Education, Journal
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Evening Classes. The work of the Junior Collega'and the Straw Schools
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School of Music, four year coarse, granting the degree of Mus. B.
School of Religion, three year course, granting the degrees of B.D. end
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School Of Law, Are year course, granting the degree of IX. B.
School Of Medidne, tncludmg Medical, Dental. Pharmareitical Colleges.
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rOBJJJLTJLCOO AXD ISFORXATIO&
F. D. "WILKINSON. Recfetcsx-.
troduced by a Negro legislator from
Chicagoa bill denouncing the ruan in
the Illinois Legislature. This bill was
passed. It made an appeal to the at-;-,
of Illinois: to refrain from join
ing or associating in any manner with
the Ku Klux Klan.
"This activity on the part of the
Negro, in the judgment of Clarke,
warranted prompt a"ction, and it was
decided to set up a rival organization
ko the Society for the Advancement
of Colored People without delay.
Clarke began with a Negro in his own
employ, a man o'f unusual intelligence,
who was in charge of the servants on
his farm on the outskirts of Atlanta.
This servant enlisted the services of
other Negroes as spies and they at
tended the meetings of the society and
reported everything that was said and
done. Also these spies sought to
create dissatisfaction and discord
amonsr the members of the society.
This Negro phase of the Klan's ac
tivities I shall deal with in another
CHARLES E. STUMP WRITES
ON THE BAPTISTS MEET
ING IN CHICAGO.
Continued from Page 3.
Tuggle Institute. I wish you could
know Mrs. Tuggle.
I have been sick, and real sick at
that I thought at -one time my wings
were crowing: out. but I am better,
and sticking now to" the medicine
which has been furnished me by that
wonderful physician and surgeon, Dr.
G. C. Hall. Several of my friends
sought him while in Chicago attend
ing the convention, and they did the
proper thing. He is right there with
The com-ention is over
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have made it away from Lnicago
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readers that after a slight operation
Prof. Aaron E. "Malohc is on his way
back to health. He has been a real
sick man, and his wife has been right
by his side almost night and day.
She has been as faithful as the
trained nurse, and she is some kind of.
nurse herself. ' I was. delighted to sec
her and talk with her and to sec how
Mr. Malonc is improving.
I made it to Kansas City, Parsons,
Kansas, and to this place. I will
have to bring this letter to a stop
CHARLES E. STUMP.
LEAVES FOR RICHMOND.
Miss Hazel Wells, daughter of R.
W. Wells. 3710 Indiana Ave., left the
city during the week for Richmond,
Va.. where she will resume her duty
as teacher at Hartshorne Memorial
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the summer in the city with her fath
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Avoid 'Being Irritant i
Some folks are Just plain Irritants.
You don't knew why It Is you don't like
them. 'But you surely don't like them.
By word and deed they get under your
kin and you feel mean at being so
touchy. But It can't be helped they
Irritate. Do your best to get beyond
the. Irritation stage. You can put up
with a lot when you train yourself
to It In the end you may find that
part of the Irritation belongs to your
self. Come on. Be a sport Buck
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Dr. E. E Graham of Philadelphia
recommends the addition of olive oil
to the diet of babies In their first two
years. It Is digested well by most in
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