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CHICAGO, ILL SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1922
DOCTOR JAMES M. HALL
Assistant Secretary of North Star Lodge No. 1, F. and A. M.;
Medical Examiner for the Public Life Insurance Co., Who
Hm Removed His Office to 4406 South State Street.
DR. JAMES M. HALL REMOVES
HIS OFFICE PROM 4545 S.
WABASH AVENUE TO 4406 S.
The first of this month Dr. James
U. Hall, who is fast forging his way
to the front in this city, removed his
ofice from 4545 S. Wabash Avenue to
4406 S. State Street, -where he vill be
pleased to meet his many friends and
patients. Office phone Drexel 7074.
Residence, 4330 Calumet Avenue.
Phone Oakland 7174J.
BISHOP AND MRS. SAMPSON
W. BROOKS RETURN TO THE
UNITED STATES FROM AF
RICA FOR A VISIT WITH
Bishop and Mrs. Brooks, who are
well known in all parts of the United
States, arrived in. Boston, Mass the
latter part of last week from Africa
where they have resided since the
first of January, 1921, and they both
have enjoyed the best of health while
residing in that section of the world.
Start $50,000 Campaign
With the work on his industrial
school in Monrovia nearing comple
t' "ZW r brooks is making a short
l, p io this country to raise $50,000 to
b tare in the education work in
lirtrcvia and also ic Freetown, Sierra
Xw, where. hejiasjmder his charge J
a schorl ror girts.
Pxsht.p Erooks, wfca is one of the
C,i in t friends of the editor of this
npff :" making wonderful progress
witnhis work in Africa and he can
easily raise one hundred thousand dol
lars in this country to further aid him
in his great undertaking in Africa.
Dr. and Mrs. U. Grant Dailey are
now located in their new home, at 4356
Dr. M. A. Majors has removed his
office from 4700 South State Street
to his residence, 4450 Prairie Avenue,
where he will be greatly pleased to
meet his many friends and patients.
Mrs. Carrie Blakemore, 3553 Grand
BWi, is overjoyed with, her new
home here in this city and she will
soon have as many lady friends here
as she had in Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. C D. L. Bradsbaw,
5234 South Dearborn Street, are
among the most enterprising citizens
of Chicago. They own a 'fine six fiat
buflding at 513 East 45th Street,
which brings in a good income each
month. They also own the two-flat
building where they reside. Mrs.
Bradshaw ; a student at the Moody
Bible Institute, Chicago Avenue and
La Salle Street and she also finds
the time to take music lessons on the
piano. Mr. Bradshaw holds a responsi
ble position in the Chicago postoffice..
They are both prominent and active
members of Berean Baptist; Church,
S2d and Dearborn streets, and they
we both warm supporters of this
Hint to Precautious.
Take a piece of heavy copper wire
H Inches long and bend it In the
fluipe of a hairpin Lock Jhe- door,
leaving the key in the lock, then place
the curved anjle of the wire over the
hank or spindle back of the knob
and put the two ends of toe wire
through the head ef the key. , The key
cmot be pushed out nor turned.
This Is a light device which one can
carry In a handbag if so desired and
tse in hotel rooms when traveling.
Mountain f Sulphur.
By looking on a map of the South
eas, one can find the New Hebrides.
bout 800 miles east of Queensland,
Anstralla, and southeast of the Solo
mons. At the Borth end of the group
hj an Island called Tanaa Lava. This
d is a aosatsin, a big one, L600
feet high aad covering as are of 100
?oare aHes. Bat the remarkable
ttlng .about it s that It is coaapose
Wholly of, salphHT. Nothing like It Is
to bt fossd anywhere la the warK.
Dr. Hall is fast making his mark
in this city. He is one of the medi
cal examiners of the Public Life In
surance Co. He has lately become
assistant secretary of North Star
Lodge No. 1, Free and Accepted Ma
sons. He is an active member of St
Mark Church, 50th Street and Wabash
Avenue. He is its chief usher and is
held in the highest esteem by its
members and by its eloquent and up
right pastor, Rev. John W. Robin
NEED MORE THAN BIG
VOICE TO BE UMP'
"When Harry Howell, one-time
splendid Brown pitcher, quit the
game as an active participant,
be tried bis hand at ranpMnr
and broke in on the Texas league
eli cult. Harry possessed, an. ex
cellent voice, one that was com
pared to that ef the late Silk
In a battle at Houston, Howell
was behind the bat and an
nounced fixe batteries of the two
teams brilliantly. His voice
was floteUke and created a
The game started, and, accord
ing to the Houston catcher's
idea, Howell missed many of
the balls and strikes. Finally,
he could stand it no longer.
Turning bis head half around
and growling through the lat
ticework ef mask, he said:
"Too can't get by on that
voice alone, Harry; you've got
to have an eye, too."
Ought to be Interesting to watch
Babe Buth and Frank Baker.
Jeff Tesreau, coach of the Dart
mouth nine, has many veterans under
It takes a big man to sea another
draw down $42,500 a year without
When Hooper of the Bed Sox was
traded to the White Sox It apparently
made him feel blue.
Some New Torkers say It is wrong
to build a home run home for Babe.
Can't please -everybody.
Major league diamonds are on the
square, but some of them not on tht
level, say the surveyors.
Boy Corhan, veteran shortstop of
the San Francisco club in the Pacific
Coast eague, has retired from base-
New York critics are beginning to
systematically boost Pat Shea, the
young pitcher the Giants bought from
The more they investigate Judge
Landis the bigger the czar of base
ball looms up as the right rasa for
The Charlotte club ef the Sally
league has sold Catcher Meese Mar?
Khnii to the Charleston dab ef the
Pitcher Zachary held out until Griff
put a bonus clause in his costract. He's
got to win 20 to get it. Grlfftaageod
The Mm dub has purchased
Aubrey Henshaw, a left-haaded pitch
er, from the Okmulgee dab ef the
The Oakland dub has captarea the,
Los Angeles dub's trainer. Dr. Ales
ander Finlayv who has been with, the
Angels far U years.
WilbertBoblnson-will beak shoot
$20,000 as leader of the Dodgers this
year. Hia salary is (15,000 piss f .
Bases for good behavior.
Nick Dobbs, yoaager brother ef
Manager John Dobbs ef Near Orleans.
win get a tryeat this sprteg as a
catcher with the Chadaaeega teas.,
TOM CONNOLLY CHASED
MAC AS CHEER LEADER
Bill Friel tells a good story on
Jack McAllister, first lieutenant
to Trls Speaker of the Cleveland
According to Bin's story the
Indians were engaged with the
Browns In a warm series In St
Louis. The players of both dubs
were keyed up to a high pitch
and there was much talking
from the bench, which In the
Amerlccn league is taboo.
Finally Umpire Tom Connolly,
who Is a strict dlsdpllnarian,
motioned for Jack McAllister
to beat it After the game Friel
approached Connolly and asked
the reason for Jack's dismissal.
I didn't see him do anything"
explained Friel, "and he's not a
Player and he's not the mana
ger so I don't know what right
you had to chase him."
"WelU" explained Connollv In
an Irritant voice, "he's the cheer
leader for that bunch; that's
why I canned him."
Syracuse win get the surplus from
the Cardinals this spring.
Philadelphia scribes dalm that the
big trouble with the Athletics Is lack
Lee Fob! Is hard up for a second
baseman to take the place vacated by
Many a youthful sandlot bail star
gets his spring training on mother's
Tale will play 46 basebaU games.
Thafa a good starter for a major
Owner Shibe of the Athletics didn't
want to go to training camp. Mrs.
Shibe did. They went
Just 17 pitchers can spit on the ball
this year. Eight in the American and
the rest In the National.
Jack WIsner, the tall heaver with
the Pirates last year, has been turned
ever te the Rochester dub.
The Pittsburgh dub announces that
It has released Pitcher Fred Blake to
the Rochester Internationals.
Now the story going the rounds Is
that Connie Mack Intends to retire
from baseball after this season.
Tommy Sheens n, veteran Infielder of
many minor leagues, is managing a
baseball team in the Canal Zone.
Fred Luderus is slated to perform
at first base for the Toledo dub of
the American Association this year.
The Pittsburgh dub has released LI.
Stoner to the Oklahoma City Western
league dub for the season, under op
tion. The Salt Lake dub announces that
It has disposed of Pitcher Miles Main
to the Joplln dub of the Western
Dope shows George Slsler hit better
at home by 100 points that when on
the road. George does best when en
couraged. Justin Fitzgerald, the San Francis
co outfielder, is trying to find some
dab font win pay him what he thinks
he Is worth.
CHARLES E. STUMP, THE OLD TIME
REGULAR TRAVELING CORRE
SPONDENT FOR THE BROAD AX,
HAS BEEN CUTTING A WIDE
SWATH DOWN IN OLD VIRGINIA.
Danville, Virginia. The devil is go
ing to have just one more big time
when he gets hold of some of these
American lynchers, and just as sure
as God is God and hell is hell, they
are going to lift up their eyes in that
hot place, and they will for then on
have aheluva time, and I don't care
if you do tell them that I told you
so, for I am just telling the truth.
Whea I wrote to you last week, I
was in Lynchburg, the guest of Presi
dent Robert C Woods, president of
the Virginia Theological Seminary and
College, and you will believe me when
I tell you that I had me one more
big time there and left for this place
riding with President R. C. Woods,
Deacon Adolphus Humbles and Rev.
C G. Cable in a Cadillac automobile
car carnage, lor this place, we had
at the wheel James Langhorn. He
is a man who knows how to run them
things and then he is considered a
careful driver, and while I talked to
the Lord while wc were riding along
I was not excited in the little bit for
1 felt safe in his hands.
Well the trip was made, and I en
joyed the ride so very much. It was
2 o'clock when we stopped in front
of the Loyal Street Baptist Church,
the place where the Virginia Baptist
State Convention was due to have a
meeting. That was the day for the
meeting of the Executive Board, also
the Trustees of the Virginia Theolog
ical Seminary and College, and the
convention was to meet the next day.
Well we alighted from the car, and
you may know just how big I felt
with all them big men, and I just felt
like shouting. I had been the 'guest
of the president of a college for a
ong time, and then there were qjher
things to claim my attention. My
place to remain while here was the
hing which attracted attention. I
was to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ilaiborne, and then there were others
who desired to have me remain with
them, during my stay.
Now then, let me say to you the
convention is on as I take my pen in
hand to write you a few lines this
week, and honey it is one more big
convention. I have seen them with
more men and women, but not with
so many brainy men and women. I
did not know we had so many edu
cated young men in the country
preaching and most of them are grad
uates from this same seminary and
college I am talking about The con
vention is presided over by the Rev.
Dr. T. J. King, of Richmond, and
while he is not a seminary man, he is
a strong preacher, and a man who
believes in doing things. I had the
pleasure of meeting him, and looking
in on the good work being done by
Getting through with the president
and being introduced to the conven
tion, I was just told to make myself
at home, and honey I was right at
home with all these good people. Dr.
C E. Jones, Dr. A. A. Galvin, Dr.
James E. Willis, Dr. C T. Murray,
the pastor, and I could just say doc
tor this and that for some time to
come, so I just stepped off that sub
ject right now.
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Continues to Fight and Work His Way to the Froat in the Legal
World. He H&s the Distmctiei of BetT the First Attorney
in Cook County to Secure a Jodgweat .of Five Thousand
- Dollars Against the City of Chicago ia CoaaectioB With the
Race Riota of 1919.
Rev. W. H. Jernagin, of Washing
ton, D. C, pastor of the Mt. Carmel
Baptist Church, and presidenf of the"
National Race Congress was down
here. He is a member of the trustee
board and a noted educator. In the
Race Congress he is just doing some
thing to make his race better and
bring us just a little closer together
for personal accomplishments and ra
cial uplift. He believes that there is
a future in this country, and that it
is' possible to wipe out lynching and
lawlessness. He is of the opinion
that if our people will just unite, use
a ballot, that the thing will come to
pass, and will not be until then. A
ballot is a powerful weapon in the
hands of an American citizen, for it
can put them on the throne and then
that same ballot can take them down
It can make presidents, and unmake
them, and my people arc just now
trying to decide just what they are
going to do with President Harding.
Speaking of President Harding, 1
don't know what a strain he has had
to go through, and you need not ex
pect much from him. because he has
spent too much time down in Florida
since his election. I have only words
of praise for Florida, for something
has reached the man who could make
such big speeches before the election.
The man who said that he would be
the president of all the people. The
man who said so many good things
about the Negro, and said that wc
should have, and then he is still say
ing them but doing nothing. He told
us already that the Register of the
Treasury was too big for us, that it
was a job for a white man only, but
he did let us fill the position of Re
corder of Deeds, and ended there.
Dr. Solomon Porter Hood, of the
A. M. E. Church, was sent over yon
der to Africa, and Perry W. Howard
has been given a place id the Depart
ment of Justice, and I am told that
it is a good place, but it was not a
presidential appointment. It did not
have to go to the Senate.
President Harding said some big
things down in Alabama, and now I
want to see him do some good things.
I do not expect to want all things
done in a day, but two years have
gone into eternity since he was sent
to live in the White House, in Wash
ington, and now we want to hear
something. Us politicians are getting
mighty hungry for some of that pie.
We have no complaints to make yet,
for I am willing to wait just a little
longer and sec what in the hen feath
ers will come to us from our beloved
president. I have not lost hope yet
God will take care of him.
We are getting to that place in life,
where young people are holding the
world in one hand. They are step
ping out of the schools and colleges
with faces full of smiles. They are
being applauded as they take their
places on the stage and tell us all
about them. The question which
comes into my mind when J see all
these brains, and hear them say,
"What next?" That is a question
that must be considered. If I just
had the power I would make me a
new world and then give positions to
all. I would not give them the trou
ble of holding up the universe in one
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DR. U. GRANT DAILEY
One of the Most Prominent Physicians and Surgeons in This
Section of the Country, Who Was Lately Highly Honored by
the Medical Society of Arkansas.
DR. U. GRANT DAILEY OCCU
PIES NEW QUARTERS AT 4356
CALUMET AVENUE HIGH
HONORS WERE SHOWERED
UPON HIM WHILE THE
GUEST OF THE ARKANSAS
STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY
The first of this month Dr. Ulysses
Grant Dailey and his good wife, Mrs.
Dailey, moved into their new and com
fortable home at 4356 Calumet Ave
nue where he will also maintain his
office. Dr. Dailey had scarcely got
ten settled down in his new home
before he departed for Little Rock,
ArkM where he was the honored and
distinguished guest of the Arkansas
State Medical Society, and the Arkan
sas Democrat, of May 9th, contained
it was Jesus who went to prepare the
place, and He is going to come again
to take us unto Himself.
People are getting ready now for
the National Negro Business League
to be held in 'Norfolk Va., August 16.
17, 18. It is going to be a doggone
big meeting, and they are to be there
from all directions. I want to be
there. I think I want to be in too
many places. Why not send me a
line to Live Oak, Florida, care Florida
Memorial College. I will be there
The Allen Christian Endeavor
League is going to have one more
big meeting in Chicago next month.
They are to be there. I said next
month, but I mean August, and this
is not July. It will take just a little
time. I have seen Dr. S. S. Morris,
the secretary, and he has invited me
to be there. You will see Methodist
young people as you have never seen
them before. I want- to go to that
and then I will strike right on out
to California to attend the meeting of
the National Baptist convention. It
hand, but I would have a good job
or all. In ray' world I would not
avc any prejudice there, and if -cllow
tried it I would put him on tne
express train and send mm ngnt
down to Sheo, where he could enjoy
an everlasting fire forever, amen.
The world continues to move, and
: as round as it has ever been. Peo
ple are passing out to the unknown
world who had never left before, and
they do not return to us. They go
to prepare the place and they will
come again unto us. Now I think
.s going to be some more meeting,
and there will be some more people
Things are ready now for the-National
Baptist Sunday School and B.
Y. P. U. Congress in New Orleans,
'.a. It will be another big meeting.
At this point I - want to pay my
respects to the Rev. W. H. R. Pow
ell, a young man of the Baptist faith,
who is making things go in this coun
try. He is pastor of the largest Baptist
church in Pittsburgh, Penn. He was
ushered into this world via, Amburg,
Va., and his father is one of the lead
ing Baptist preachers in this country,
but his son is going to take his -place
and then eo a few higher. He toolc
on his education in the Virginia the
ological Seminary and College, and
then got the finishing touch at Lin
coln University, up in Pennsylvania,
and th step by- step he has been
coming to the front
He is well prepared, aad already
his sermons have found their war in
print He has a Dook of sermons,
the following comment on Dr. Dailey
and the meeting of the Medical So
ciety: "Negroes Convene Today"
"The thirtieth annual convention of
the Arkansas Medical, Dental and
Pharmaceutical Association, Negro,
will convene at 10 o'dock this mom
ing at the Negro Congregational
Church, Ninth and State Streets. Dr.
Ulysses Grant Dailey, of Chicago, one
of the leading Negro surgeons of
America, will address the association
on the surgical diseases of the duct
less glands and will conduct daily clin
ics at Fraternal, Bush and Royal Cir
cle hospitals. Welcoming exerdses
for visitors will be held at 8:30 o'dock
tonight and a banquet will be served
at Mosaic Temple.'
which are now being circulated in va
rious parts of the country, and you
may hear some other preachers,
preaching them. I will tell yon more .
about them in my next letter.
I think I will bring this letter to a
stop. Wait to hear from me next
week. Good night
CHARLES E. STUMP.
RECENT, DEATHS AMONG THE
COLORED PEOPLE RESID
ING IN CHICAGO
Adela Davis, 27, 4603 State St
Jonnie Fox, 1, 4433 La Salle St
Joseph Barge, 38, 3913 Dearborn
Moses Day, 37, 3431 Wabash Ave
John Jones, SO, 2403 S. State St "
Island Jackson, 50, 1023 Cambridge
Johnnie Moore, 1, 2920 Ellis Ave..
Minnie Moore, 23, 15 W. 27th St '
Benjamin Hunt, 59, 3525 Vernon
Ave. Terry Ford, 87, 3631 S. La Salle St
David Mayhew, 48, 3441
William Walker, 74, 504 E. 35th St
Mabel Moore, 27, "51 E. 44th St. , - v
Frank Jones, 73, 4831 St Lawrence
Wes Williams, 6, 109 W. 18th St J
Alberta Carpenter, 13, 15 N. Wood
Street - .:-.-
Edward Lee, 47, 3138 La Salle St
Mary Jones, 24, 3337 S. Park Ave. -Aaron
Yarbrough, 37, 2400 W. Rail
road Ave. " r
Julius Williams, 37, 3640 State Sti
Roman Windon, 48, 2350 State St
Jessie Dorsey, 85, 5050 State Sta
Booker Ellis, 16, 2919 Federal Stf
Mary Gillam, 21, 2114 Fulton St .
Msens ef the Planets. '
A moon Is an attendant that drekss -about
the planet of a sun. It Is tJ
satellite of a satellite. The dlstiac;
tion between moon and planet Is net
one of size. Two moons In the sour
systemTitan of Saturn and Gaay;
raede of Jupiter are larger than tte
planet Mercury, and rival the puaet
Mars, Many moons exceed the s
terolds, or tiny planet. A aateHMa
Is held In sway by both saaevaaa'
planet It is ruled by twd aasteng
aid of these the saa la alwayse
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