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. October 12
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- " HON. SAMUEL A. ETTELSON
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Madden at the WcmML Pkffi. Hk "Scfcool La Friday .Eve
ning. Senator Ettelioa WB Be Re-Elected to Ac State Smote on
Tuesday, Novas 7, from tke Tkird SarMarial District mi Ht.
noa withoat Ay
JAMES A. SCOTT HAS. CLOSED j
HIS EYES IN DEATH
Late Sunday mornings-Mr: James
! jj. Scott passed on our mtothe -next
Imrl4 at his home, 3710 Prairie ave-
ifse. At the time of hisdeath be was
iserrag as Assistant State's. Attorney
yd Cook county under Hon.Roberf-E.
1 Crowe. " V
He was a member of lit Hebron
Idge, No. 29. Free and "Accepted
f&soas. He was alsd -a member of
l&t Old Settler's Club, and of the
fHON. MAURICE F.
OCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
Has. Maurice F. Karangh,,'Demc
;craHc nominee for.,Coaty'.Comznis
-. ss&tr, is a member of iheipiryCo-ua-
hcl from the old 18th-Ward, d is
"al a very valuable member bf'ihe
foQonag committees: " BtSdrag and
: Zoning; Schools; Fire and Gvif Serv-
hiact; Harbors, Wharves'lujcT' Brtdgesr!
PcbSe Health; Track Elevation;
h Streets and Alleys; and 'Pablic "Mar-
He is a man of profound intellect,
one possesmg aH the qualifiaiWbns aec
enryto perform his many daties and,
sroagh his meritorms xondact, aas
ln preshge m a Tgreat aay w
stuces. He has vindicated himself as
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i in ii in ii lowji.iJArrrfMJATirua
Cook County Bar Association,-being
one of, its Vice Presidents.
Funeral services were held over his
remains Tuesday morning at Grace
Presbyterian church, Rev". Moses H.
Jacksoiv officlatinff. Dan M. Jackson,
iuucrai nirector in. cnarge. tiis re
mains were conveyed to Aurora, I1L,
where they were laid by the side, of
the Tcmaras oi.bts mother;
Mr. Scott, who-was the author of
a Talnable text book on "Extradition,"
leaves, a constant and devoted urife,
Mrs. Scott one son, other relatives,
and troops of white and. colored
friends to mourn his cassine awav.
la very essential member in the han
dling of such prudential affairs that
cOETC-tmicrihts juriftiiction.iaBd is
i ready to show that c is well, capable
of serving as commissioner on the
County Board. If : elected, ne readpy
assures his many friends to whom he
is' looking- for support, that, if by act
of administration or any special effort
he can appropriate any means whereby
the poor aad working class of people
may profit, he shall devote to it the
best and most sincere efforts of bis
life. He has' shown -a special interest
rn the welfare' of the colored daaeas.
and is looking to them as well as to
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WENDELL I'HttliPS W5H
SCHOOL LAST FRIDAY EVHNG
IN HONOR OF THEMOME GOUlSG
pFHON. MAM1N B. MADDEN, AND
THE PRESENTATION OF A BEAU-;
"FUL SILVER LOVING GUP TO
We gather here this evenmir to n
form an act of appreciation, an act of
friendship, an act of gratitude. We
are paykg homage to one who rich
Iy, deserves tribute. "
It ii fitting that thb ceremony
shoald be tmder th -,...:, c .t..
Appomattox Club, When we hear the
hallowed name of Appomattox, we im
mediately see two' men who led great
nosts m mighty battle. We. see the
smoice clear away, cannons mute, and
the chains fall from the limbs of the
enslaved aad oppressed. We hear the
principle proclaimed that "A htm H,V
vided against itself cannot stand." We
see a aafcon reborn. Appomattox
means a new nahon. a w r -.
new freedom. An organization bear
ing that name has a responsibility and
you nave Borne, it honorably and well.
It .is fitting that were met this
evening k this beautiful school named
after a great American, Wendell Phil
lips, a fearless champion of human
rights who aroused public opinion so
deeply that Appomattox was made
possible. The man we honor tonight
has learned to live and love the les
sons of Appoasattox. Like Wendell
Phillips, endowed, with a great mind
ana neart, ms soul is stirred with a
love of humanity and a high resolve
to t!o and die, if need be, for strict
equality aad justice for all alike. '
What a satisfaction it. must be to
our honored gaest as he sits here and
reviews in his mind the life he has
spent sc weU. He sees once again
the days of his. struggling boyhood.
In',his nurable'rarroundings he works
and studies and plans and dreams.
Slowly his dreams begin to come true
Step by step be marches along the
rocky road of progress "to find him
self 'ultimately entrusted with posi
tions of financial prominence and pow
er. Believing that politics is the busi
ness of serving the people, the .high
est vocation known to man, he takes
his .place in the arena of public life
For eighteen years he has served this
great 'congressional district in the
Congress -oi the tlnited States. He
now holds the position of Chairman of
the Appropriations Committee, the
RICHARD . MOORE, PROMT-
KENT CHICAGO AH, STCxCjOEH
IN EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL.
By 'Overton Starkey
Rkhard E. Moore, one of Chicag6's
most.pibminent figures, was stricken
in "East St Louis last -week while at
tending the Grand session of the Ma
sonic Grand Lodge of Illinois and
Jurisdiction, and died on Oct 17th, at
9:45 mm. He was a very active mem
ber of Bethel A. M. E. Church and
devoted much of his time to eccleast-
ical reform. He is also one of "the
widest known Masons of the state,
havwg belonged to most of the
branches of that fraternity as 'fol
lows: Past Master of Hiram Lodge,
No. 14 F. & A.M.; member St Marks
Chanter. No. 1 R. A. M.; Past Emi
nent Comaaader of St George Com
maridery No. 4, Knights Templar;
Past Patron'of Talma Chapter No. 2,
O. E. S.; Past Joshua of
Court No. . H. of J.; member Ar
abic Temple Na 44, A. E. A. O. H.
M. S.: member Union Guild No. 4,
Herdkes of the Templars Crnsaides;
member Arabic Court No. 21, Daugh
ters of Isis, Chicago Assembly N -4,
Order of the Golden Circle; Western
Consistory N..28, A. A. S. B-, Masons;
Past Graad Putron of Eureka Grand
Chapter, O. E. S. of HL; Past Grand:
Johaa of noa wn, ju
or J. of Uliaws; Past Right Worship
ful Grand Secretary of the Mast Wor-
shipfal Priace HaU Grand Lodge ox
Ilfiaoifl-r aad Jimsdiction Past ight
Em&eat Gtaad Coamaader ot inace
Hall Graad Coamanoery m hubs.
Iowajarisdiction af Knwhrs Ueraar;
v,t Ttv Iswerial Potentote ef. the
A. E. A. O. X. M. S.i Active membe:
nf th Swreme Cowdl No. 330, A. A.
S. R. 33rd iHffee Masoas; mm.
saai XJeatfsaf" CemmaaderR Uaitea
c.. rmmai ol the Northern Ma-
TikdietiMt tt U. S. A.A. S. R-
y t IflastriwM Depaty rf tke
Valley ol I1L, A. A- S. R- M.
Frn the ave 3t ca,reay .fee
veto that Mr, MaeretaajM
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most Important committee in the na
tional House of Representatives, a
committer, whose work, H-stHpeadous-in.
its far-reaching importance to our
people As chairman of that commit
tee his place Is, one of prestige and
influence, second only to that of the
President of the United States. As
chairman of that committee he has
fought for and achieved . a much
needed reduction, in taxes. He is con
tinuing that fight with all his strength.
Upon the floor of the Hewe and In
committee he has believed aad valiant
ly and eloquently advocated with Dan
iel O'Conaen that "Notaiag; is politi
cally right which is morally wrong."
He has fought against reaction, fear
lessly exposing the plunderers and op
pressors of the people aad protect
ing, the -poor and the unfortunate.
Now he is back with, as this even
ing in the company of his constitu
ents and his friends.. To kave the ad
miration and love of friends tenant
erable, to have the crowning glory of
a wonderful family, a charming wife,,
loving-children and grandchildren,
these after all are the most precious
things in this life
Honored guest, we applaud "you to
night for your statesmanship. You
have been a faithful law maker and
guide Time and again your fin cura
tory has been beard in the interest oi
the nation's righitcras cause. We greet
you tonight as a leader of men who
has served his party best by .serving
his country best We greet you as a
friend and neighbor You are young
er today in heart aad mind and spirit
than ever before Ahead of yon are
many, many years of increasing use
fulness and distinction.
This token of -esteem which, we pre
sent to yon .will, we .hope, be a con
stant reminder of our affection and of
our appreciation of longhand valued
service to this district, to this state,
and to our beloved country. We trust
that the memory of this occasion will
ever bloom afresh to sastain in you
the courage, the Vision, the character
which have placed among the bright
names in the galaxy $f America's great
leaders the name and fame of., the
Honorable Martin B. Madden.
were craned in 'the eager-oectatio
of the arrival ef -the oady-Ot IS JO
the body 'arrived, aadas';ifce many
beautiful floral designs ware carried
into the church, the Daughters of Isis,
who were to" btie 'firsts. perform
their ceremonies, began jSjltke then:
places so as to' be ready -wkea called
upon. As the ceremuaiiw began,
silence fell upon the threshold. The
sisters of Isis. crept silently abpat -enveloping
the'body'and each koy goiag
through her part with all the. correct
ness, dignity and solemnity attribafed
to the order with which they are con
nected. After performing their re
spective duties with perfectien, aad as
the song, We Shall Meet Bw' 'Face
to Face" rang out from a clear, keen
voice, the Daughters of Ia qaietfy
took their seats.
And Darkness Was Upon the Faee of
The Consistory was aext; aH the
lights' were extkgaed1 aad the
church was in total daraesa 'accept for
the candles carried in the hands af
each brother as they also Marched
silently around the body: Everytiueg
was quiet as everyone ansned to be
anxiouily awaiting the clear and elo
quent words soon spokta by Com
mander In Chief J. D. ReyaeSda, after
which each orother teak ay Us part
in rotation cassia? fehe carnaoniei te
be beautifully conducted; ad at 12
o clock the coagregatiea was an its
way home to prepare far tae saaeral
services-to beh eld Saaday at 2 P. M.
Saaday Sarriwa at Baikal
Mr. Moore, for yaars a ansaaer aad
efficient werker- e Setkal A. M. JL
Church, was laved aad. haaawd by aH
those he becaaw aftfiated wish, aad
his sudden death -was . sjraat shack te
his many, many Aitmih, aad Hm kct
was dibly yarifiad by the larsja at
tendance at the faaaral sarriaas.Saa-
day af teraooa, The
crowned aaa taarew a a
aaceon tke oatslde. Dr. Ti
tor of Bethel, aaaha ia Try
toaes, toschiag "wan .the
tke decaaaed. esfi niwsr kit
deration to the -dicaHia af she Sa
preae Graad Master U Ska Damrac,
and also riia'ntian' kk akaraettar . a
who kas j niii id waM 1m
tag the caU, efcafr
aad kk kadir akal ke
rror caatati at ska
skaUke eaiayraa tke
Lm 1.1. . -
wsMBt. apE jaaaaiKsaa aa.
a -was ever
atNM ef daatk aaa save
pcaaarsd Jar aal aaa isitMaa tkat kc sar .ac ska
. 9 a a
the ewL Hit' accsaoa. was dee aad
toockac ad was delrrered in eloweac
land wit the setapMrjr aad dtcaky t-
rxmtcc to me aene ottce he fcoMs.
Tme, tar to tte oaths aad eM
tkas, were the brethren, of the May
braadies sfc the Maseaic Frateraity io
whkk Brother Modre btfbated, who
ia sad coaenmeratioa assembled to
pay their last respects to thr "beloved
bro&tr, always remeiaaeriag these
weeds: -"Hot he aloee who waller the
basy thorevghfare af lift with fearless
eye aad never faltering sttep is'aobfc;
but he who, struggling with, sin's pas
sion seated in his. inner being deep,
conqaors the raging fires and truly
though with falteripg step portaea Hs
way; he, I say, is worthy of a aoble
praise, a. knighthood of the royal lend,
I wish yon then God speed?
COMMISSION ON INTER
RACIAL CO-OPERATION, AT
By R. B. Efeaxer.
Sparks Frem the- Law Enforcement
. ." . Anvil
Striking utterances, heard at Great
National Conference; Nashville, Oct
3 to 6.
"The Prohibition Amendment was
a second emancipation Proclamation
for.the Negro." Bishop B. E. Jones.
"The first rebellion against the
American government was the Whis
key Rebellion and -the whiskey crowd
has been in rebellion ever since."
Dr. Clarence Tme Wilson. .
The liquor traffic has never been
on the square. It has broken every
law ever enacted for its regulation."
President John Hope.
"It is God': command that we ban
ish liquor, which he says is 'a
stumbling block.'" Dr. Isaac Fisher.
Prohibition is -God's law. We csst
obey, it or. go the way of all the na
tions that have disobeyed him." Dr.
"President Harding is with us in
support of the Eighteenth Amend
ment and the Volstead Law." Dr.
Clarence True Wilson.
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AMIf any people in America should
uphold the law it is the colored peo
ple, for they most need its protection.
Hon. J. L. Beasley. "
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"Disregard of one, law, breeds' conj-
tempt for all laws. Hon. Guy u.
"If the 18th. Amendment bejnullified,
why not any other, including tfse
moat Sacred- to us?" Dr. Isaac
- The church3nusj canjp hard on
the trail, of lawlessness till, strong
drink isdriven .out crDc. I, H- JoneaJ
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"Whencver the'ehurch steps heavily
offlhe gas .prohibition gains. momen
tum." Dr L- H. Jones.
"The pulpit must befearless ia. at
tacking viceo-rrDr. WvA. Jennmgs.
They make more noise now about
one- sumang Doouegger tnan incy
used to about a hundred brazen sa
loons. Dr. Clarence--True Wilson.
This, conference "is' significant as
proving thatthe Negroes-of America
are for law enforcement.'' Bishop
R. E. Jones.
"It is not enough to preach against
rotten officials; church people naaat
rise up and put them out of office.".
Prof; T. W. Tally.
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"The whole purpose of education is
to put down the animal in uiana
exalt the man." Prof. T. W. Tally.
The two races stand. or fall
geikar." Hon. J. M. Brown.
"Lynching' is not oary a
lagaiact the aegro; it is a crimeagaiaat
tkeaation. J- Weldoa. Joaaaea.
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'"A inan can aad should be as pure
as-aay wotsaa." Mrs. MaryBetkaae-
Jazz'has done more than anything
else' to demorabze tie womanaoaa ot
oar race." Mrs ifary Bethaae.
"The Jazz dance is the meat torn-
tific approach to a yownT .iraasaa s
dawnfaa." Dr. D. H. Staataa.
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Child labor shortea life, kucaa
Sdaacy aad interferes- wkh edaca
emfMhs Angela Torpcaa.
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bor bad is ta tench kka to
Dr. N D. 'Skasskeargar.
"It k sat aaaagk te aaier 1fce OM
Tkak Rakaisa. We Jraaat fo iorth
aw ekaaVaa." Mr. Iaa
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Memkar ol Ccngress from the First Congressional District af
Ulmob. Chairman of its Committee oa Appropriations, whe
waa on last evenins; presented with a richly engraved heaa
tifwl silver Iovinsr cup, under the auspices of the Appomattox
Clah. The lovely affair, including the home-coming recep
tioe, was held at the Wendell Phillips High School which
was filled to the doors with the many friends of Congreas-
HON. EDWARD J. HUGfiES
Democratic Candidate for re-election to State Senate from:;
, the 21st Senatorial
Hon. Edward J. Hughes, Demo
cratic candidate for re-election to the
State .Senate from, the Twenty-first
Senatorial District of Illinois, has
long since proven himself to be one
of the most popular and honorable
members of the State Senaie. - He
was first elected to the Upper House.
in 1914. and. re-elected in 1918, nd he
always votes right on all, questions
or propositions affecting the interest
of all the people witiun jjhrjonfines
of the. grand old state of Illinois!
Senator Hughes and his good wife
Mrs. Hughes reside in a lovely
home .at 333?'jFulton street He, is Jo
the manner born receiving, his
common ana nigh school education
in the public schools of this wonder
ful ary; Hater on he graduated with
honors from the Lincoln College of
Law. The Legislative oVters League
has always loudly sounded the praise
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HON, EDWARD J. HUGHES flfP:
'District of Illinois
reports oh the senatorial' candidate's C
seeking -election-' or re-election to .
the state senate has. this- to. say
in favor of- Senator Hughes that ;
he is finishing his second term as
senator. That' he has made a far"''
better 'record than any represen-v '
Itative of Jiis .district for many years;
active Aii .always alert to .legislative
affairs." " '. . ' '
In the past Senator Hughes has
honorably served on all of the most. .
important committees'" i? the state' ,
senate; lie nas been ve'ry active in -"-",
securing increased appropriations for
all the institutions for state depend- .
ents. . - r - - ,
Senator Hughes, who always con
ducts himself like a highly polished
first class gentleman, has many warm
friends among the best class of color- . .
ed people residing in his senatorial - r
district and on Tuesday, November 7,
they will greatly assist to re-elect hlra
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