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3.v-':Ujinni -of The d-Uook," published
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gives oae of the-raost encouragiaff ana
friendly pictnres-of Negro home life
" that has appeared itt recent years, ac
cording to ithe National Association
for.the Advanceineirt of Colored Peo-
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'u-.-ekv.i.f THr' "Rntledce tells on
vxsiuLto an old colored man, .a friend
- wiA TPhorahehad hunted m hoy
hood. . -"
- want Jo hear tes'timonyi" sajs
, Mr.ORutledgei "that she "Negro has the
grace of.eart. to he as gcamnely
coirteoos as any man "who tc-Dcs the
..'rth; Xadby cortesa- kT aof -t
;-merely iindly and hospitable, I
anean that he can 'sense theiitness" of
things.-and-?hat ?know s something
)f"tfci':reacences -nd the deferences
:', ortSe.-ieari. I take !t that courtesy
A of thuTsort is an excitingly authentic
sign of character; and I know that
have foaa'd'high' and gentle courtesy
m ihe JJegrd."
Mr-Ritledge, further, "after at con
vnicmg'aescription of ris Kegnt friend
and -the, ca-raise. iouse fa which -e
livesr assans the- caricature -of the race
spread ,ia odon pictures and maga
amesr '"I-evhably -"fe vaJX htfihown
; to he cowardly absura, pmenng,
r .scb'eajmgrfedulons, -preposterpus. .If
' "the-characterizadons were Jrpe they
' 'xnjghthe ladicroas; it nearly all of
them,.are: shamelessly false. Long; have
'. I heeaamared that the Aerican
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iNO TAXING OFFICIAL IN. THE
TOWN OF LAKE
If any one will take the trouble to
observe, where the members of the
Board '"of Assessors of Cook County
and thenembers M the Board, of Re
view residcj,- they will learn thaat
least two of those tasing officials re-.
side xff, the west side, one in 'Blue" Is.
land, one xn lhe nqrthwesi side; oae
on the Gold Coast on thefaorth side
and two oii the south side, east of
Thathe oeoole residing, in the 29th,
30th, 31st and 32nd wards, aad all
parts of the Town of lake, .including
Englewood aad. all the other terri
tories ear anto it. have o taxhag"
ffiml tn rale their voice ia their
behalf, on tie Hoard of Review er thel
Board of Assessors of Cook Co-aty".
In 1912 Hon; Michael K. Sheridan,
who has always 6een highly eadpoed
by the leading, daily and weekly news
WILL XICU1 CHURCH IN
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One of the subjects to he iscsed
at lhe Annual Conference of the Ur
ban League at Pittsburgh, October
rtth fo-Othl which will -attract "a
large audience is THE CHURCH
IN SOOAL WORI-" Dr. A. Clay
ton owelL Pastor of ihe Abyss--
BapUst Church,NeWYork City; .Dc
R O. Slanchard. . xenowa -salptteer
and Pastor tie -did; Aveaae Coa-
sre?ation-l Ch-rcf. ,Clevela4,,0je
aaif MUts Nanaie'B-rraug--. ote-
woman rator," will speak. Ar the
meeting on. -INTER-RACIAL CO
OPERATION," -lorace.J. Briges.
Leader of .the Chicaio Ethical Se-
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ciety will- speak. Mr. ndes is
kaowa hruhot Eaglaad aa the
TTnked Stxie as a crofouad stadimt
lo eth'jeal 'aes'-ons and" k Jectares
on. equality of races 4iave iweaiea
3ch CHSfo. jfc is te k'
S. W CUHEIMER
papers, as an honest, successful, clean
Lcut business man, was -eieciea as a
tnembtr of the. Board of Assessors
of Cook County from the 31st ward,
aad as a member of that "board he
lowered the Talues of property -of both
white and colored people residing
along Dearbon street, Federal street,
Ada street, and in other sections of
the city where the poorer classes .of,
people reside, in order to enable,
them to pay for their little homes and
the heaw taxes which are continu
ally being imposed upon them, and
Mr. Sheridan. raised, the real estate
values among the millionaires, so that
they Iwould he -forced -to stand their
jast share of taxation.
Therefore, as, Mr. Sheridan has in
the past proven his frieadship fer the
snail taxpayers they, should, regard
less of their political affiliations, on
Taesday, November 7, cheerfally as
sist to elect him as one of the mem
bers of ihe Board of -Assessors of
Coekr Ce-aty. - -
IVrfnesdav nfehL Other-speakers re
fftlr added ia. -itroKT-HareJ-r's.
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TTf? .t..t. ir.nM?tr fmftria1- ffii.
-CJiiai7ci.ii ih,miuui . .-..
cago, -who ias. recently toured Eng
kad studying Child Problems and
their re-ttioa to Health Child Health
heing her subject; William C Graves,
Secrefcirv to TuBus Rosenwafd, and
Barry Eugene Kelly, member of the
Chicago -Commission- on Race Kett-
as. who will discuss the -Comrais-
I siotfj; recent report on the -causes of
the "Chicago race, not said report
hiving, received .considerable publicity
during the past iew weeks.
' A-notable jratherine of white" and
J cefered students. .oT the problems of
race relations expected and the tx
ecuve Secretary of" the National Ur
haa League. Eugene TQnckle Jones,
t 127 East 23rd Street, New York
City is still asking all of those inter;
ested la. attending the conference to
coB-KUBcate with- him. Persons
pfaaaing to attend the conference who
wish accommodations secured for
fu i ei lit fnmmiinifatf -ith Tohn
T, Ptkf-:E-ccative;ecretary.of the
XitUDHrga uruan guc, mo j c
Avemje, Pittsburgh. ?X.
FROF,- ICXRLIli UES JNSTI-
' -uts, for slander re-
;- Stains colored .
(Special to TheUroad Ax) "
jRichmond; Va, Roberf T. Kerlin,
whker-I&rmervnrofessor of English at
KTirpinia Military Institute, and.anthor
of -TheiVoice jof tbeegro," is to
eater ,.$uir for $50,000 agimst that
institution cr- damages .to his- pocket
boq' and rcpatafton.- -.
.Prof. - Kedia, it will be recalled,
Wiote si fetter bj the.governpr f Ark
aasas, prptestirig against the eecu-.
:on of the 'iUalne'rioters who were
railroaded, thru a trial, and sentenced
to -djpith. &8.rpaads 4hat the "Negroes
-coaceraed were'niy" actiaff. la lf
"defer.se. As "a.csalt of his pretest
he was: disiniyed from the ', M. T
Till -irH retina-' rttit ttf it,
def 0ki-1s wblised damagiajr
rtitj (Ve- - - VSm jA- j.-..4 t
aiiKfc incom-enKace, maJong ft impos
sible .for him te -secare further em
picyaiMi t ai A Scath, -ad. ceatrived
wckedlr amd. mzlwUAtly "to iJare the
gsasUuVeyiT-yfciak- fcr Iwd he- .for
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Albuaucrqa. Is'ew Mexfco.. New,
.. Ti.i, I trn tkwt reek. bat.
when l wrote yea bst week I was In
.-: ?. -j.'.jT- vi,'mJ til "lt-
California and-when y read this let
tcr it fs harieftell it here 1 will
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be, for this' is ene-iawe rooviatf; age,
ind it seemtthaf I have ocea mov
ing- m-sc. nence,, yo- sec mc
world Is never stp a if yoa-would
Kcupy 3pace, -you mast. Keep onsj,.
T am not dead, and Tar from being
here, vet things have hcen a little
dark and gloomy at- times,,and, L at
one time felt like my wings w.ee-de-
a: - t, -,m I
landing their place aad I was get
ting "ready to fiy all-over heaven," but
T am riant' back here on. earth, and
.his time it was due to the knife of
Dr. C S. Diggs, who sed to be in
Waxahachle, Texav but is now right
In-Los Aneeles. C-t"" He has pute
oh the map, and believe me" when I
tell you the people in Los Angeles
know that be is there, and he is filling
an important place, and .you will be.
lievc roe. He did not -come .-out to
practice medicine, but to-do the med
icine act, for he Jwd beea blessed with
plenty practice ,-dora in Texas and
was ready for treat ..taking to the
people in Los 'Angeles, ability and
experience, andthey were Teady for
It is -marvelous how ur people
from down home are making good in
the West. For there is Dr. 5- i.
Turner, frca Shrevepert; Lt and I
have told you aboat her before, and
she was my cutter when I was out
the? in. June. 5he is progressive and
afireressive, and'now I have before
you- Dr. Diggs, who fo from Texas,
and believe me wheal tell you it
takes a man to live in Texas, and if
you can ?ass through there, then you
can co at the head of your class any-
where, I find pleasure in telling you
about these wonderful, characters, and
hone it will "he -aa. taspiratioa to
other young pee4e 'to"ct down and
set it in their Ads aad then- take
their places among; mta aad women
as they and others -are doiaf.
I certalaly h-ane iae-nore, time,
in Los- Angeks? ws-the gtl of
Dr. J, A., II. Eldnd-ija-d he is a
soul docteVi J.'thiak. rou call them
doctors of 'divinity; He js oaer and
one of the" best preachers in Cali
fornia, and I" say aothtag about color
or race. Hc" 'right, there with- the
goods", and right by -his- sSa is to bel
found his. companion,, wno is a weu
trained cultured woaaan, and Just the
comuanion for Ker h-shaad. They
have oae daughter, who is just like
her mother and just like her father,
and that says she is here for real
active service. She is a combination
of mother and father and both .of
them are up to -new. I had the
pleasure of visitiag the Trinity Bap
tist Church ef which he is pastor.
With "God bias- yea. I left these good
oeoole for PhcaaSx. Ariz aad it was
a real nice ride. 1 get a bed car and
went to bed, Revareade T. L. Grif
fith. D. T, -d X- A. JL Eldridgc,
and Mrs.- Nareae Dark, were at the
stable to see me .U the town, and
shake the California dast from my
feet for the'tiate bemg.
The bed car was crowded, but I
had- mr hr-A tavui -la r Ud at that.
and enjoyed he trip vary much. New
then 1 foaad thai I had lost my col
lar and. tie whea I gel te the stable
lo leave, and wkh y head aaedageC
bipod show-HTt I .get w teww next
morning aad started up the street
with, my head wd spt' The police
looked at ate and I leaked at ha.
ind I .ventured to -say to him "Helta,
"Bud. how is .yo today ?"' He replied
and I went. -98,89 the street, bought,
collar aad tie, -th-a Dr. Johnson saw
me, and ruhed acro the -jtreeL. He
used tocnow ate in tfce Uaited Statef.
He - is lookaur xker SteL aad -I aa
proud Jo say, that-g- that .Kb" he
i an expert He asked about y
bead, and whea I tM han what had
iaDoened. a called T W. C. Hae-
kett, ("So ,ars ieen right there, asd
par new rBi . m jy $9ft
drove .me -rawed ia'hw car, and then
made je opea aty eyes, .fir he r-
ried ne to .his as-Hiri-hoaie: ad e
"the Ba4cer T.-Waaakwttea Mtiawal
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class o'i! sick- peopterf Tros isJ
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something wc have. "needed for years,
and I am proud to be abje 16 tell you
about it in this letter.
I amending out many things- or
; r 1 ?..!. l .MI n -Mm4i -.
ny iut. dlw,uu,6 w. ...
formation if you will just follow me
over thjs country. Yon will agree
that I get over some, and yaa will
pethaps be surprised to knowMbat 1
covered 22,816" Tniles. during the-montl
of September. That Is going some.
I 'remained in town all day. fjus
as I was about to get out at night, 1
-et-thad' the cleasure of meet in tr ihe t-as
had Jhc pleasure of meeting' ihe pas
tor .of the Baptist" Church, the Key
E. D. Green. He was on shaking
grounds, and told me that h- would
have had me at the church, but he
intended to offer his resignation the
next night, and would go to atiothe
part-of the world. I did not 'ask the
trouble, for it was nont of my busi
ness. I will have some other things
to say to you at another time, will
you believe me?
This Phoenix town is one more hot
place, and of course you -now they
raise cotton in Arizona and they have
seoarate schools, separate " this, that
and the other, but then there areifcmie
I wenfio the office, to get me ji oed
or. but they told me that for the
train I was to leave on they did not
have an- beds, but could fix me up
on that all bed car carriage which
left at -3- o'clock, but L would jjot
have any trouble in getting a bed at
Maricopa on tram No. 4,..whicn is
the Golden State Limited, ot. tne
Rock Island. I left Phoenix at 11
o'clock at nieht, and reached that
other place at 12:40, and the wagon
got there at 1 o'clock. 1 made for
tfe hed ear. and the reporter, a man
of ,my race, looked at me and-wanted
to know why 1 didn't cnecir. tnai box
had. I asked him if be nad any
down stairs beds. He said he did
not know, 1 would have to see the
conductor. Well, "just about then,
Mr. Charley" came along, and that
am fellow out on a grin that was
.:-!t. to the "Gold" Dust Twins,
and when, he asked him "about j lower
b.ed, he told him that he tnought he
had olenty. there is .the" cornductor,
while he tried to force me to go up
ahead in the .other carnage, known
as day coach to wait for that corn
ductor to cdme up there. 1 spoke
to the white man in question, and he
told me he bad lower beds, and told
thij same guy to put me in "Lower
Now that -reporter,; did lift rae or
my luggage op, -showed me lower six,
aad to hed I ejent, but believe me
honey, the next moraingI found that
he did not" look .my shoeward. I am
not train? to do any cussing; for he
belongs to that 'class of damphules
you have been reading about, and the
late Booker T. WasbiagtoB, said never
let a fellow pull you down hy mak
ing; you angry.- I prayed for him,
asking God to forgive him aad at the
same time give him a vieion.
I reached El Paso ahettt aeon,
went to the nomc ot Airs. a. a.
Grwrtbv: one of the lead-Mr woam
in this country, and who is -doing a
great -work in E Paso. She is
worker, aad so is her husband. They
are doing things. They have a head-
fal home, and her son waj at one
time in Chicago, but he, is" aow at
home working in the shop's, and there
demg some real .good Work. I was
delighted to- see them, visited the
school, and met Pre. W, M. Cote-
maa, who is an official in the Masonic
Grand Lodge and a worker from way-
back yonder. He made me welcome
in the schools, and at night I lalked
to the people in the. Baptist caarch.
Wonderful age and wcderfat people
I beat it from there to this plate, and
here am in this high dry town, but
not well. I will soon be oat of it
White Sere I am with tfie Rev. W.
T. Grcn. who is the -tan vii .this
state. He a pastor of a.' fine church
bcre, akhoegh it Is .mall they pay
:he salary ef A.dly. and thea m addi-
tien'to Mat Jic bas charge "of the
r -filer, known as. the miSJioa-
rv' HSr fs iareadfeit the work, aad
II a jell trained- maaf I wK that
r,hed the tte o ten yoa an bou.
ht man. He was bora m I-weit.
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Tke Beet and by Far the Most Progressive and Up-To-D&te
Treasurer that Cook County Has Ever Had and His Legions
of Warm Friends Feel Dead Sure That He Will Be Elected
to His Present Position Tuesday, Novemeber 7.-
Conntv Treasurer P. J.JCarr's extra
ordinary achievement in turning- back
to the neoole's account more interest
on public funds than' any predecessor
in the history of the County has di
rected attention to his career previous
to his appointment .as County Trea
He was born in Chicago September
4th, 1880. As a lad he was a popular
figure in a wide neighborhood. He
sold newspapers on the south side
comers, not only to aid his parents but
to earn- money to pay his way through
De La Salle Institute. At the acre of
30 he was.elected .Alderman of the 5th.
ward, and re-elected to the same office
As Alderman "from the Sthrward he
procured the abolition for all time of
the obnoxious Bubbly Creek, which
for years had endangered the .health
of the people. The Creek was filled
in and it was -then possible to make
Thirty-ninth" street a thoroughfare
from the Lake to. the Forest Preserve.
A a member of the Board of Trus
tees o( the Sanitary District of Chi
cago to which he-was cleeted in 1914
he helped to reduce the typhoid rate
MISSOURI KU KLUX OUT TO
BEAT SENATOR REED
Kansas Gty. Knights- of the Ku
Klux Klap thrust themselves squarely
into the - political arena in Missouri
Wednesday, following1 an open meet
ing of ihe order in Convention Hall
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HO?f. HENRY H(NER
Tfc. tleeaereUe Jwtfe ef tJM
lUcerreJ Over Twelve
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from 174 per 100.000 to 1.4 tr wail
He aided in reducing lighting cos?
from $105.00 per arc light to S9 38 per
He assisted in increasing number of
street lights in Chicago from 6.603 to
Consistently voted in committee and
in Board meetings for the conrletion
of the Calumet-Sag Channel
As chairman of the Real Estate
Committee of- Sanitary District nego
tiated industrial leases along banks of
the Canal increasing revenue to ti
amount of $1,701,188.00.
Voted to reduce the Sa
trict tax levy, making th. - - t
lowest in the history of the
Advocated the installatsi
cepting sewers in small
rounding Chicago viz. B
Parle, Morton Grove. D
Evanston, etc. .
P. J. Carr assisted in ning m?
cago the most healthful and best
lighted city-in the world.
ifr. Carr was, appointed by tie
County Boardto succeed the late
Harry Gibbonstas County Treasurer
in, April 1921K.
here to whic&i 20,000 irn were al
mined, while several thousand other
foucht in 'vain to cain entrance The
klansmen purged that only Protestant
Americans be voted for at the commit
election and that party hnes !e ca.-t
aside for that purpsr Senator Ja-.ie
A. Reed was deno.-n c! ar.d hs .i.-fc.t
PrAa Cmmrt of Cook Co
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