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ANNOUNCEMENT.
Hazel Harrison
PIANISTE =•■
Under the Direction of
F. WIGHT NEUMANN
KIMBALL HALL
Sunday Afternoon, November 23, 1919. At 3:30 P.M.
Tickets on sale:—
Ro>: Office, Kimball Hall.
Coleridge Taylor Music School. 5 East :56th Place.
Anderson <fc Terrell. Real Estate Office, 3539 South
State Street.
notary Public '
PHONE DOUGLAS 6105
I
F. W. HARSH, Jr.
Real Estate
Renting
& Insurance
Loans and Mortgages
Property Managed
309 EAST 39th STREET
CHICAGO
I_ _
It Is a Mark of Distiction to
Be a Reader of the Whip
SOCIETY
Mrs. Bert E. Williams and Mrs.
has. H. Campbell, both of Detroit,!
ire in the city, the guests of Miss|
C L. Raddle. Both ladies came on
Tom Detroit to meet their husbands
ind motor home with them.
Lawyer Geo. W. Brown, of Okla-1
loma, has decided to locate perma
nently in Chicago, so he has bought
jroperty and is moving his family. I
Mrs. Anderson, mother of Walter
Vnderson, was cut on the head when I
; hammer which she had left on top
[if a ladder fell.
A joint birthday of Misses Lucia
Woodlc, Murijn Harrison, Katie Ken
iedy, Florence Towles and Dorothy
Shoecraft will be the most unique
affair given by society’s younger set
this season. The young ladies plan
i fancy costume dance, at the Miss
Vivian Davis, 4539 Vincennes Ave.
home.
Mrs. .lames Woodies, of 3051
Rhode. Avenue, has been confined to
•»er bed for several days.
li. \\ . Dow '.mg spoke ot tin* -711i An
nual Con vi ii* ion of the Illinois State
Federation of Labor in support of the
Rr.'!•!;.tioii he of'ferrod demanding the
change in the policies of some of the
International I’nions of the State of
11 i li mil
RESOLUTION.
To the Officers ami Delegates of the
Illinois s trife Federation of Labor.
(JRL KTI \ (»S:
Wh-wcns, we have .just passed
through a great conflict, due to the
Gimt World s War and we now find
puihclves eon fronted with industrial
conflict, and
When aduring this Great World’s
War the colored worker has come into
the Indust fin I field and are non par
amount end essential to the economic
and industrial success <»f this country,
amt
Wiieicus. fir more than 50 years and
i»ven slur the 15th, *1.41li and 15th
amendments to the great Constitution
of this country, it has been the policy
of sonic of our International* Jind lo
••a! to discriminate against the (*o|ored
brother due t > the color of his skin "and
the texture of his hair, therefore be ft
Re-olved, that this the 57th Conven
tin*, of t to* f iiMiuis State Fc<Jeii»»V"t' of
Labor iu-k uowledge and register nut
I'nited prote t against such action.-, ir
J'i.j. age of civilization and reeoiistruc
tion. and be it further
Resolved, that we call upon even
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Phone Drviiirla-4 6638 CHICAGO
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of the hair, stimulate the -kin. helping ns in
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Perfumed with a balm of a then sard flowers.
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lion for Selling. $2.00. 25c extra for postugc.
«
Mrs. Prickett. sister to Mrs. Lena
Lewis, of LaFayette, La., is in Chi
cago on a visit.
The testimonial tendered Harrison
H. Ferrel, Jr., violinist and lead by
I he Chicago Music Association was a
wonderful demonstration of what
Chicago thinks of talent. Too much
credit cannot be given to those art
ists who made this occasion one long
to he remembered — also to the
audience that turned out en masse
and made it a success financially.
Mrs. Bland, sister to I)r. Lewis, of
20.'17 Walnut Street has been enjoy
ing her visit to her brother and sister.
The Memorial given the late l)r.
M. C. B. Mason, who was for years
the Senior Secretary of the Freed
man Aid and Southern Education
Society, was the saddest affair wit
nessed in St. Marks Church for many
a day. Although Dr. Mason has
passed on we feel that his work has
not been in vain and that like his
friend and contemporary Theodore
Roosevelt he has left a brilliant light
behind him.
deirgnte here assembled to lead as
their inmost effort mot support iti wip
iag out suet clauses in (licit Constitu
tion and let every man into this great
I'llloli of ours regardless of Color, raee.
creed, or nationality.
Respectfully submitted bv
i signed) II. \V. Downing.
Delegate from Butcher Workmen.
Local dot Chicago.
My idea for offering this resolution
is that some International I'nions Mill
have the 14th century idea embodied
in their constitution, discriminating
against people on account of tli-ii
cob*..
This being the period of reconst no
tion. the colored man is in the Indus
'Dial field to stay. We an not asking
for charity, for I would no! give two
cents for any man in my nice who
would go about ofpc ting -• in. one to
fight his ba*tle. We American-- of the
dark race me merely a king for a
chain* to carn oti) living along the
sain" litres that tire conducive «.| *.tln
races. Therefore. 1 think i{ i.- linn n *w
foi thi‘ several International I'nion.*
jand Locals tltal have the 14th century
, idea regarding ^juulifi* rtti**nfor mem
hership ill ' he iji-gi. >ii/:it ion- to nltei
them to eonfovt^ ^fo ojje • li ■ ■> -nton •
progfess.
Let e\eiy itiun and woman who
works wi'h their hands and bin In-. In
come a ffiliu *eil with the boiinfmc laboi
movement. and we as Mile you that w«
will male good Atneu-lan indu-* in!
workers in the labor movement. a we
vecie good KolditWfi and worl ei- in tk«
World's great \V:i•.
I want to say to tin delegate- pie
sent: tlp-v should make an honest ef
fort to help organize the colored mi ii
and women in the Various crafts, be
cause salvation, as well a* the semriiv
of organized labor rests solelv in the
amount of lonside.atipu shown the uu
organized colored workers at tlii time.
I also want to-sav to tile various lo
• j !.•* and Iiitormitiunals that it they
do not organize the colored workmen
and let them he protected by their oi
gani/ation*. they cannot In- successful
in fighting Judge Gary and hi- in
terests unless they mnke an attempt lo
take some of hi* tools out of his hands.
After Downing finished speaking.
Brothel Fumkliji of the .Machinists*
I'nion, Chicago took the floor and * riti
cized Mie Internationals unsparingly.
After Hiother Franklin had finished,
twenty five other delegates spoke in
favor of tin resolution.
I'tesident Duneati MeDonabl left the
I chair and spoke in favor of the resolu
tion.
The resolution was adopted by unau
iinnus vote.
HAZEL HARRISON WITH THE
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA OF
BERLIN.
The following is an extract taken
from a leading Berlin paper at the
time Hazel Harrison, the only col
ored American artist that ever
played with this world renowned Or
I ehestra, was the concert artist.
“Saturday Evening a youthful
pianist Hazel Harrison was heard in
the Singakademic, with the Philhar
nionic Orchestra under Aug. Schar
rer. The artist showed great talent
and an excellent technic. (iuitc
especially beautiful and soft is her ■
piano. She played Chopin’s E Minor
and Grieg's A Minor concertos,
Her playing shows so much musical
intelligence that we are justified in
expecting much from her future de
velopment.”
This was written ten years ago.
Since that time she has Htucftcd with
;hc foremost artists of the world and
we are all expecting a royal musical,
November T.i, when she will he heard
Sunday Afternoon in recital at Kim
bull Hall, Wabash Avenue and .lack
son Bfvd.
Cincinnati News
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Col. Chas. Young, U. S. A., was
special guest, at Y. M. C. A. on Ar
mistice Celebration, Tuesday Nov.
II, 1919. Hundreds met him at the
IVar Camp Community Center :30
o 5:30 f’. M. also at the banquet
>:00 P. M. and enjoyed a wonder
ful message from him. 8:00 P. M.
Special Community Singing.
At 3:45 P. M., November 9th, Dr.
D. Garland Penn gave a most help
ful Lecture, “Side Lights on Negro
Migration from the South.”
The big meeting of the Campaign
took place at “The Sterling Hotel."
The candidates and other spell bind
ers spoke eloquently. From the re
sults of the voting, this meeting had
its effect.
Unusual interest has been mani
fested by the public in coming of
“The Smarter Sot”—in their latest
musical creation “The Children of
the Sun."
The Home Coming at Brown Chap
el and Park Street was quite a suc
cess. An enjoyable time was spent
by all.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant, after
a week's visit in Detroit, have re
turned to their home on Ahus
Place.
ARMISTICE DAY.
November 11, was celebrated ns
the first Anniversary of Armistice
Day. The schools entered actively
into this celebration by holding ap
propriate exercises. The meeting at
Music Hall 10:30 A. M. was opened
with Community Song Service un
der the direction of Mr. Reeves, as
sisted by a chorus of one thousand
voices.
At 11 A. M. a signal by cannon
marked the hour when the War had
ceased, followed by a great Thanks
giving and Memorial services- which
was a combined meeting '.for the
ending of the War and a Memorial
for the men who had made the
last high payment for the Peace of
the World — an expression of our
esteem and respect for our returned
soldiers; ami inspiration to our peo
ple to accomplish the work that now
lies before them. All organizations,
religious and civic were well rep
resented.
Guests in the city are: — Miss
I Brooks, of Chicago; Mrs. Sublett,
Mainsville, O.; Miss hstella Dixon
and Mr. Donald Lewis.
24 point head — BOWLES Firet at
Colored Man.—Vincennes Ave. in
Uproar. . .
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BUY WHILE IT LASTS
25% Investment Griffin Music Co., Stock
R. W. HUNTER & COMPANY, BANKERS SAY—
“You take no chances when you buy Griffin Music Company’s stock.’’
Griffin Music Company, Capital Stock of $25,000
TWO STORES:
3637 SOUTH STATE STREET 3034 INDIANA AVENUE
c L t OFFICERS
Stephen A. Griffin. Prcs»dent and Treasurer
’William A. Thomas. Vice-President and General Manager
Porter P. Grainger.Secretary and Prof. Manager
GRIFFIN MUSIC CO. (Inc.)
Offers the unsold balance of the $25,000 Capital Stock
$10.00 PER SHARE $5.00 PER SHARE CASH PAYMENTS, $5.00 PER MONTH
Sales Room, Arlington Music House, 3034 Indiana Avenue — owned by tbe Griffin Music Company
The Griffin Music Company was incorporated un
der the laws of the State of Illinois, for twenty-live
($25,000.00) dollars, divided into two thousand live
hundred (2,500) shares, with a par value of ten
($10.00) dollars each.
The firm has been doing a general retail Music
business, at two stores, one at 3637 South State St.,
and one at 3034 Indiana Avenue, for the past three
years. Their success is evidenced by the fact that dur
ing this time they have done more than forty-five
thousand ($45,000) dollars of business.
They have been especially successful since they
began the publishing business, so much so that they
find it necessary to increase their working capital to
take care of the great increase in the volume of busi
ness. To that end they find it advisable to offer a
limited amount of their treasury stock at par.
It. W. HUNTER & CO., BANKERS, recommend
to the public that part of the Companies’ stock which
is for sale in blocks of from 5 to 100 shares, with a
cash payment of *5.00 per share and $5.00 per month.
THE GRIFFIN MUSIC HOUSE is already paying
large dividends on the capital- invested. Additional
capital will increase dividends in proportion. 'I’here is
virtually no limit to the financial possibilities of a song
“hit” in sheet music,, record and roll sales.
The financial possibilities of a song "hit” is lim
I1"' of„mu ' « 'Vine people in the
worltl. The Grifl i: Music ( cmpanv owns several pon
ular song bits, upon which they receive royalties - ,nlc
"THOSE DRAFTING BLUES" ’
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She'll DDo It Ju.t the Same.)
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should hrmp the firm $1000,000 to $200,000.
"Mammy O' Mine,” written by Maceo Pinkard
Sd’oo’ooo nn°[n "n>aE,i"t; iKucs," brought t Oils owner
$400,000.(10 in loyalties and sheet music Kll|es VOIl
TAKE NO CHANCES WHEN Yor I uv ntn m
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ALSO AT THE COMPAN’S OFFICE: 3637 S STATF
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3034 Indiana Ave.,_CHICAGO, ILL
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