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HON. CHARLES RINGER
CmkC elate for TrcMorar CmIc Cowtr, Om JF tbe
:Dndan of Ac Cahowt NHmhI Bmc Ako Oh ( bc DM
' Aneton of tbe A&wy Ice CsnpMy Warm Frigid ef
ieCoiertd tUce. He Has Kerar
little Fairer m OppotrHxm to 3 Frefraw or
Hon. Charles 'Eingcr,
candidate for Cocnty Treasurer, was
, Aoto m Noya Scofia, Febrnary 27th,
v i 1874iCominfir to'lhis dty with-his par-
''ients when ie was about -ten years jold
dTesidiagiir'thecity of his adop-
'tioaVIor-the past 28 -years. At that
. "time lis .iorebearers located, in ihe
"VHyde Psrlc -district and from that
iimeto "the present Afr. lOnger ltas
. been actively engaged in Ihe develop-
snent.-of that "great section of Cnica-
- -,ia..act Jut ias -accomplished onore
.-. i'or. tbt penaanent expansion and for
' tthe japbmlding. Of the " Calunlet "dis-
rxncx xcan any oinw single incuvjaeai
, .TesKGng in thit ptof this great dtyJthis, tierSfttpef.
For'.raariy years. 'Mr. JUagd" has
-s -:betn"5WCCessfBllyengaged-:z3 the real
. estate. business and .that Is one reason
-.Vwhy -the Tast majority -of the ,real
.jjestote.-raen. in this city are, loyally
rjsBpportisg him. in his race f-CouB-
"He started in on bis saccessfnl bnsi
iess Jiareer rn a Tery small y, bnt
by 'being-, honest jmd Jtraighlforward
inlusdeyings with iis fellow Tnefl,
snecess lad .snore, than crowned his
' xforts la." the besmess 'world.
-. Someevil or low or narrow-minded
: -white: -and colored people, who are
.xeady to. attempt to drag' or pull an
- "ionest maa down by ioal of unfak
means, have been eirculatisg the false
report far and near that Mr. "Ringer
as one of the head inembers-of the
Ka KJaxKIansIa thiseity That state-;
sieat is as far from the trnth as the
. V bright shaaag sun frost the earth.
rIt! seems that thetboghfle braiaed
ersofis" who riake, or Her fdi'faie
. -ma&aov statements hare SaOci
, itortelee iato caasiderarirt tiw bold
fast that no Tvhhe person' not born fa
tins country can ever "become a mem
ber of the Ku Klax Klaas. Their
book containing- their -secret oaths
and so on which lies before us right
now so statet and Mr. Ringer being
born in Nova Scotia, is therefore
down and out wheu it comes, down to
joininffthe three K. X. K.Js. This
statement is .simply made in all fair
ness to Ifr. "Ringer as' we firmly be-,:
heve inbcmg fair and just to all xsea
black or white, rich or poor, high or.
low, Jew oreentile, and as Brother,
Ringer is traveling East, Eke the writ-,
terc he 5s justly" entitled to ajsqare
deal from us throagn the colaas ot
Mr. "Rinirer is aa"heiiaedaad.
prominent member of the folfovrcng
lodges and'eiubs: Trilttmiaer Lodge,
No. 767 A. F. A. If.; Cheltcaham
Lodge, No. 113.1. O. O. F.; Iavk-j
able Lodge, No. 353 K. otP.; Chi
cago Ledge, No'. A B. P. O.-El; Loyal
Order of Moose; Friendshif CbwkS
Royal League; Hamilton Chih e Chi
For the past sbc years Mr. !Sieger
has been -a .member of the Board of
Assessors of Cook cbanty asd. wi-Aia
the -past two weeks he has stated opes
and above .board at several largely at-
atteBded meetings corapeted of eel-
bred people which he -.hat addressed.
"that for .the past -six years 13 col
ored people both .men and wosmb have
been constantly employed ki.the
rooms, .ef the Board. oC Assessors aad
that if he is elected County Treaaarer
that colored men aad weri. wffl ie
placed in positions is tht aftce aad
that as past -or presest record aaply
proves titat -he is not aafrieadly te
the colared race."
CMASLM JL. STUHJ?
Park Sanitarium, Cnthrie, Okla
homa. Now lere X km in the. repair
shop one raorctinie, and believe me
honey Ilr. Conrad his wife, and 'two
nurses have been busy getting me in
shape, aad I think I am sow going
to et better agala and will start for
Texas 40 see Bishop "VVilliam -Becker
Johnson. I have had letters from
Dr. John A. Gregg, President of W3
berfoccc University, W. Gorae2,of the
Bankers' Fire Insurance Company
Durham and many others who riave
been praying for me,- for it looked
like pne time this old man was go
ing to casa in ms cnecics. ana re
turn, to the God who gavchim to the
world. - '- "
t reached 1ie abBut 5 o'clock one
morning, and . while JJr. and ilrs.
Conrad were asleep, I was received
by the nurse, Miss Eva Oten, who
had on her face the smile of an angel
yet she had been busy with the sick
all night long. Soon she ..informed
me that my -room was ready, and I
could get in 1ed. She discovered that
I was a sick man. I "dropped off to
sleep, and 1 don't know how long I
slept before I was reminded by the
chief of the bath roonw. Sylvester Fra-
-ncr, that he had instructions from the
doctor to give me a bath.
"Well, he led me to the bath tub.
and soon bad me in it, and treated me
like he was treating a little baby, ex
cept there was a special rub and twist
which" he pat to it . When this was
over then he took me 'out, rubbed me,.
and then led. me to another 'room
where I was. placed, in a bed just Eke
I came into the world. He had a zoop
and:a zoo. something which he carried
all over me, ior a while it tickled me,
and then-it put -funny feelings all over.
Un. Ft3. Caara -SI k the wife
of her husbaad. aad the speriniedent
(of the nHree tramiag deprtmeao! the
hospital, la fact she a jest the bast
ness cad of -that institution, for she
sees to the diet of the patients and
those who are-'not sick. She sets to
it that, the aarses get their training,
ind then she is. on the job night and
1 like to3fc abost her- because she
has 'madchcr place ra this world and
then she has been a power behind her
husband, "WeS 1 have told you be
fore about pr. Conrad, for. he is-from
Kentucky, aqd a graduate from Sim
mons State) .University in Louisville,
and he is a true rCentockun, and his
wife comes -from, 'the. sra.e schooj and
has that -same, iaspiratioa which Dr.
.William J. Simmons dished oat to the
florid and to the young; people. He
was a great -man and believe me he
produced great men-and women, and
1 am sorry'that the Lord saw fit to
take him' to Heaven, yet I am not go
ing to bother with the Lord's busi
ness. JHc left bis mark behind mm.-
My nurses here have Tecn Mrs. P.
G. Conrad, Miss Eva Oten and Miss
Abigail Bowra, and all them baths and
rubbings have been .done by Mr FraH
zier, while the main work, has been
done b7 Dr. H. W. Conrad, and I
would recommend this place to. any
body who needs treatment and rest.
Dr.. Conrad Is some doctor believe me,
and lie has helped many. I have had
just the proper chewing, the proper
attention, and I think I will remain
here just a'..little longer,-because I
have been -to this place.
The Lord is doing wonderful things,
and yet so many of our people are
passing out. I was at the Baptist con
vention of Texas, and found that they
The coaveatka was lajrvreai big
tgtchurcn, Chicaae, . Jec Ae,(tion.
of president of the. National Baptist
eonttatKasiThis U--iBdeea:Va- geod
move, aad' I think will result is great
good JJr. VflIiaws. is, oae ot the
best prepared men. in the Ba-ptist
ranks, "and then he is some business
Lman. He has made good, in, every de-
apartment, where he has worked, and
he is still making good. He went to
Chicago, took chajge of Olivet Bap
fist church, and the membership in
creased so fast that they had to move
out, and then they got another great
building; and1 have outgrowa it It Is
now, the largest church in the- world.
for they have a membership of 10,085,
and that is going some. Then he has
inspired the people to work, L. K,
Williams is a source of. inspiration,
and he -will give to. the Baptists of this
country a business administration. I
will tell yo'a more about him in an-
They are having a heluva time down.
here in Oklahoma trying to elect a
governor. Now you know ther have
fwci parties here in this time and the
colored people are out to vote for the
democrats and the republicans is giv
ing Jhem particular h L He says
that 'he hopes the Negroes will go to
the democrats, and then they can build
up a respectable republican party in
the state, and. then he has been talk-'
ing about how he will put the Negro
in his place if he is elected. I think
ifis time foe this country to produce
statesmen and not pigmies. -1 don't
see how in the h . 1 a country like
this will elect. a man at the head of
a state because he is against certain
of its citizens. Such a man will stir up.
prejudice, .stir up strife; encourage
lynchings, encouraging the taking of
human life and the destruction of
property, and now is the time for the
people-to speak out.
U Shall forever the empty headed men,
without a vision, without the first step
to a statesman, be put in office be
cause he knows how to abuse a Ne
gro, and if the republican party elects
such a hellion, then T am through with
the party in Oklahoma forever.. I am
not c?er the defeat -of that Dyer bill
in the Senate But I "will not say more
about it now, hut I am thinking like
a gpod fellow. -
" ' I am going into Texas in a few
days and will bring this letter to a
stop until .then.
' Charles E. Stump..
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Research brings to Ilt Interesting
descriptions of preek. and, Roman en
ftaerlg'lnsfnhiTenU.'' YwvUa cltfea
'tho use of the dloptra, chorobates aad
water; levela In surveying, np to 100 A.
L and. gives drawings. .
HON, EMMETT WHEALAN
farlU-EIactatm as Cetr CmaminTuiin-; He
Frtea4 mS the rr ar Hw Caana Paate. Oba
Aa He CMttrAvtad 0Ht4reJ DaUara ta tk Fart
IJarWrr Haaaial, SUwkf Tfcat Hk Jfaj Heart Bea. Sy
VaaVy ft aWCe4arW Faapk.
Hoa.. Easmett "Whelan, Democratjc Union No, It. He has also proven
caadidete, for re-election as County highly efidest ?s fhairwaa of the
Conasisftioaer, is-a man possessing all
the" qualities requisit to the position
which he now seeks, and he has preTi-
oasly proven himself worthy of .every
consideration. He has made a fine rec
ord for 20 years in the newspaper
business, and -upon hiss meritorotts
coadact is sow asking the support of
every fair-miaaed man and woman In
the city to allow him f urtherpriviledge
to viadkate -himself and prpve his
capability by his 'streaaous efforts to
appropriate every means whereby the
poor aad unfortunate masses may
He, was benr ia Chicago ia 1875,
aad is a aKaibcr .of T-noratiad
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lie approval as a courteous, "Capable,
industrious. ccpuuseaer. As oae of
the leading officials fthe Cook Coun
ty Hospital he m always greatly; in
terested itt tee welfare -ef the colored
people who. eater er frcqaeat that
county iastkatiea, .and it is always
with pleaaare that he loeks after the
sick caWed. peaale rwiaiag; is the old
31st Ward. Oa tfee raaaeat aad rec-
xusaaaayaa .ef Aldaraam Scott M.
Hoaan at aW ward, aad at Coat-"
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all .pert ef Ae'eay, a aeaestiy feelt
that.-aaaay f fli lat.wal east ttek vetes
in tarar ef Urn ea TjMwbyj Nor. 7th. j
- Twa ef-a Kind.
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ltlca-or .religion. The other fellow
.knows you are In the wmngxjnst as
well a you' know' he 'Is. Indlanapolhi
. .. Difference Easily. Perceived.
' "In. play children "Just pretend" they
are mqrie thanLihey really are. In later
years some men and women deliberate
ly -claim to be what they are not.
There's a vast, difference between Inno
cent play and purposeful deception.
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HON. MICHAEL K. SHERIDAN
-Tke People's Candidate for Election for Member of the Roan
of Assessors, of Cook County; Both Men and Women Cat
Vote for Him.
Hon. Michael K. Sheridan, Demo
cratic candidate for. Member of Board
of Assessors, has lived in the City
of Chicago since 1888, and .for twenty
years was. manager of the shipping
department of the big packing plant of
Morris & Company. In 1912 he was
appointed Deputy Clerk of the-Criminal
Court and in the fall of that year
was elected Member of the Board of
genial disposition, is a member of a
number of fraternal and benevolo
organizations, among which may b
mentioned the Maccabees, tthe Knight
of Columbus, the Loyal Order of
Moose, and the Irish Fellowship Chi
He is a man with an intellectual hor
izon, inspiring regard, trust and ad
miration, not unmingled with brother
ly love. He has proved himself de
serving of all the support and eo
Assessors. He has earned the-respect sideration that can possibly he give:
and esteem of the citizens of Cook t bv the colored nnni. i. i,;. .
County regardless of party lines, be- kindness and devotion to their welfare
cause of his fairness and courtesy and j and he expects to be re-elected by tie
his" devotion to the interests of. all the votes of all of his friends on Tees
people. He is a man of generous and " day, Nov. 7th.
TO HAVE BRASS BAND
Morgan Park is to .have a brass
band by that community not later
than Thanksgiving. This is the out
growth of a mass meeting held at
Phillips HaHOct. 5th at which- time
some of the prominent citizens oTthat
community made interesting talks as
well as did Hon. Warren B. Douglas,
state representative and M.. T.. Bailey
of 3638 S. StatcSt " . ,
Mrs. L. F. Prince of St. JoserA.
Mo., mother of Mrs. Luggle, 296Ji
Prairie Ave., who is viiting ra tie'
aty, addressed the Carter Guar
and Benevolent Club on Oct. 14tizt 3
the residence of Mrs. Mary Worad;!
3012 yernon-Aye. Subject oLi;
address -was- "A program inluS
budget" and was very interestarft -'
ON SOUTHERN TRIP
Lake Freezes in Jane.
Asahlkawa,and- districts In Hekwal
do, Japan, suffered an aqusual drop
ef temperature on June 24, 1822, all
the lakes and streams, freezing. Such
an experience at that time, of the year
has only been recorded once before la
those localities. That was 35 years
ago when -the rivers froze on July 2.
Serious damage .was done to crops.
. The Neriteweet Peesaee
The Northwest passage la a passage
for ships from the Atlantic" to the Pact
rlc ocean by the-aortbera coasts of tae
AmerlcanwcontInent,'loag sought for
Sir Ilobert McGinn; la hla.expeditloa
of 1S503834 was the first to achieve
the passage although, parr of the Josr-
laey was made oa Ice;
were eeieg fiMae am. SatTaaissed
Dr, r, l UaWlvA. Barboer, 3L
"M. jKsdaarsaad -.seeifal- ethers who
Spealaaar af' JaVGetat Bzyead, the
aews .quae e ae rliat Mise E. B.
"Delaaey is aa'aeorei; SaclaM' aoae te
teag iaat I aat-'sonyo learn
dealfi; secaaee. she had pleased
saaay-'taiajgr tot Atrka whe she
i aw eeey awerec a.aaatbef-ot yean.
ioAec death. She
.watsae- m ne
"During the past week,. Misses Ethel
and Marguerite 'Tames enroute to
their home in Los Angeles, Calif.,
stopped in the city a few days as the
house guests of Mrs. M. E. Britton.
2930 Dearborn St. Misses James had
just completed a very pleasant trip
with relatives and friends in Xenia,
Oxford and Cincinnati Ohio.
William Gales, traveling represen
tative of The Overton Hygierae
Manufacturing Co., left the city dar
ing the week on an extended trip
through the south and will take ia
Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Teas,
Arkansas and Louisiana.
Mr. George Chapman, 6142 S. E&-1
abeth street, returned home the ht- i
ter part of last week from Waoga,,'.
ALl, where he attended the funeral;
services of his late father, If. H.
Chanman. Mrs. lames Chapman, El:
mother, returning to this city witi
him where she will spend some tune. -.
Cause ef Dew.
It was the- terminal exaiafiutrlML
:'aVa aaddlag- philosopher coaeluded
aw. easay o. Mother JEarth, wtth thht
startling- statement j . The 'earth re-
eiveaoa; its owa axh 33 tlmM ia
1 24 hours.; Tblj rapid saotlba through
space causes-Its sides to perspire;
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