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[XHIBIIION NEW YORK CITY, Oct. 1.—The colored citizens of New York ( ity and State are enthusiastic over the plans being marfe for the great festival and - exhibit of three centuries of racial and immigrant contribution to the national life of America which is to be held from October 29th to November 12th. 1 lie purpose of this demonstration is to bring to the attention o» the American people the helpful part which each national and racial group has played in bringing forward for the making of America the be t products of its ingenuity and latest powers The English, the Pole, the E'rcnch, the Ita lian, the (jerman, the Scandanavian, the Russian, the Negro, and others thirty two in alt—will each prepare a promi nent exhibit and present a pageant and musical festival to show what its main contribution to the making of America has been. ' ii lias oecn siaieu uy one 01 me nm cials of the exhibition that the plans of the Negro group arc among the best thus far compiled, and will do credit to the race and show' the thousands of persons in attendance what great con trihution.s the Negroes have made in music, literature, art, invention, labor and in hope in the fan* of »li < etram merit. TliC Negro Committee of which James Weldon Johnson is pr< id« tit. will hold a great musical festival with 200 or more voices, ami an orchestra; of 50 pieces which will present tin only American folk music, and the! modern musical creation- of tin dis tinguished coinpost-f of the r.ve Mr Daisy Taphv will direct the Chorus Kugene Kinekle Jones is ehairman uf i the Kxeciitivr Committee There shall! also he a graphic exhibit showing what IVis been contributed in the other lines, mentioned President Harding and several Cabi net members, and Coventor .Miller of the State of N<*w York, with his tuff will he among flu distinguished visi tors present, and the Reception Com mittee will he composed of prominent’ representatives from « i« h racial group participating. This is said to be one of tin* first occasions in America when N eg roe have been welcome to parti* ipat« in ail of flu* functions am! demon trations along with other groups and without discrimination. MEMPHIS, Trim, on 1—After reading a telegram tiding of ihe imu tier of Dr. ( I W I'oyd at the Bap t»t National Convention at Now < >r !ean -. Miss Ann - I Boyd, Ills sister, •daggered to the floor, and Hied of stunk before aid i mild lie brought. ,1 THE CLUBS » By Walter A. Ellis The Alpha Della Dancing Club me last Tluirsdaj evening. Sept. 22, at th residence of it president, .Mr. AI fred Williams, 51' K. 34th Place Club editor, Chi eago Whip pres e n t. Genllemei James Gladden, j L. H a iris o n Johnnie Green Kichard Given addressed the Glut upon: its organ i/ation, ete., com munity idea, it' struggles, its aim in the onler given President W i I hams nutiinuiij topics and paying tribute to Messrs. I Ovid, Scott ami Austin, Fred., who were ! absent. The meeting opened in regular manner. Discussion one of the most in : t' Higent and convincing. Punch, cigars and cigarettes were served members and their guests. October Jl, BIG NIGHT at ARMORY. All clubs are invited 1 RK1 as guests. Address 519 Hast 34th Place. Clean, dearrut young men should join this hunch. Write them. The Rose Bud Circle of Pilgrim, un der the direction of Mrs. Ada Pass more, accomplished a wonderful task in presenting David, .the Shepherd Boy,” under the strain of non interest in anything at Pilgrim excepting pre achin’” (in the morning at that). I he music was good, the direction would have been la tter had Prof. W. A. Harris taken tintibb to barn the lyric and the music, before trying to direct it—it can’t he done. Many others did npt know tin part each week or so for the past three months rehearsal. One young man KNKW his part. "David” knew his and did it. During the rendition, one deacon and several big fat sisters sat iu tin audience and laughed all the while; they thought it was a minstrel show. Now that is the usual “number" of Pilgrim attendann-. Mrs. Passmore worked hard. Too hard for the crowd she is with! Pull them a revival—a baptizing or a JAZZ — ami they ran un derstand you! Interest must he shown from the HEAD down t«> the foot of the Church. Miss Gaines witli Marie Brooks and artists put over a mUal at Walter’s last Monday evening, which was the lat est word in music. Kbenezar Choir under Professor John A. Taylor is hereby promoted to the tank of “neck and neck" with any or ganization of like numbers in Chicago. It. director, Mr. Taylor, is herewith and now dubbed “the Symphony Dark Horse." He suddenly drove his musical aggregation around a great choir and into “neck and neck" with the Metropoli tan Choir under the “Choral King." Last Sunda\ morning Mrs. Peyton, soprano, and Mr f ! Gridin, baritone,* really placed solos that were real numbers. The choral body is “jam up." Miss Thelma Dorsey, pianist, knows bow t<4 \vaU h 11ie direc tor. Hear tins choi? with other great art ists on the *)th at Ebenc/er The V. N I. A. Quartette, Gentle men Joe Williams, Joe Johnson, (‘apt. Alonzo and Capt. Teasley put over a PHONE DOUGLAS SO S. J. FOUNTAIN Funeral Director The finest chapel in the city. No extra charge 3336 Indiana Ave., Chicago Burning. Itching, Scaly Skin Diseases Chronic Sores, Scrofula and Swellings Scratching and rubbing your itching, burning skin, must run you almost crazy, the torture is so great. The dull, throbbing pain of ulcerous sores—die mussy discomfort of daily dress ing—■ The aching torture of your bones and muscles— And that half-sick, "tired-all-the-time'* feeling— • All are caused by poisoned blood. You nectf medicine to throw these poisons out and make your blood pure, rich and red. Prescription C-2223 was for years a doc tor's treatment foe blood and rheumatic dis eases. It made thousands healthy and happy. It should do the same for you. Do this today Go to your nearest drug store Get a bottle of Prescription C-2223. The large size costs only $1.00—the trial size 50c. You must take Plough's 2223 Liver Pills to make the liver active and open the bowels. These splendid Pills are also fine for sick headache and other ills caused by constipa tion. Sold only in the blue tin box—t5c. Write Prescription Dept. 2, The 2223 Laboratory, Memphis. Tenn., for free sam ples of Pills, leaflet which tells you all about the doctor’s treatment for blood and rheu matic diseases, and a 1922 Almanac. Prescription £2&3 A Reliable Blood Purifier strong number Sunday afternoon at In stitutional Church before a packeI house. Miss Lewis, organist, accom panying them. Coppin Chapel Clubs present a carni val at 4.T18 Wabash Avenue from Sep tember 26th until October 1st. The ex cellent manager has secured the best i talent for addresses each night. A great time is expected all this week. ALL CLUBS invited. COM I ' OUT. Church benefit. REV. J. I). COSTOM, Pastor. The great Metropolitan Community Choir and visiting artists under the di rection ot the "Choral King” appeared in monthly miisicale, Sunday evening at Metropolitan Community Center. A feature of note was the appearance of the Englewood Musical and Dramatic Club in several musical selections. Mr. George L. Williams, president. This club is a member of the FAMILY. We put their sextette against any other six in Chicago. Suppose the pianist did ap pear a hit nervous in the first number? There were just twenty-three hundreif people kinking right at her and critical musicians (10 of tlx J. W. J. Choir) all around her. She did better after the first number, 'flic violinist, Foster Del I aware, has slipped up a hit nearer the top. Mr. Emanuel had bcttcV move up if he expects more room: Delaware i I crowding him. Miss Majors in obli gato was great. Ihe dramatic tenor. Henry A. Ethridge of Cleveland, re minded us of "George"—told us how good "George" is. I hen the "Choral King” pulled the stunt of the ages: In perfectly conducted the entire audience of twenty-three hundred people in the community chorus. "Silver Threads Among the Gold." by request. Either j the crowd were all trained singers—or [ "The Choral'King” is a hoodoo! The Women’s "Y” of Walter’s A. M. E. Zion Church, gave a wonderful pro gram Sunday afternoon. The music was furnished by the WycliftV Ginger Band. The addresses were good and the music characteristic. The Young People of M. C. held a good ineeti?urhi the music room at Wen dells at 6 p. in. Sunday, Mrs. Dillow snpermn lining Tuesday ^veiling, Captain E. I.. Gaines, C. N. 1. A., vva • t«» prove the Fallacy of Astronojuieal Science in his lecture at Institutional - for only 25 cents admis sion We would rather believe in it— ,.r n<ithing "Tin uin i not .t milli<m miles away,” it was said. We admit it! 'I'he Morning Star Club met is at 411# South State street, October 2b. The Willing Workers and Strangers ajv appearing soon at the Avenue The - ater, 31st and Indiana Avenue in musi cale while here. Next Sunday consider Grace Lyceum — it ha- a classy new president, and gave a great program last meeting. Let’s go at 5 p. m. Note: Zip says: “A sleepy, lazy president «h a club i- JUST LIKE an indolent, hard-headed minister, both pull trains similar. Ambiguous? No! It is true every way you read—that’s all. (Like themselves, like each other and in game manner.) Scenario: Zip bought a dog Satur day morning. Named - him “Nosey.” Placed on his neck gold collar with name on plate. Turned dog out to run at eight Saturday evening, bound dug hung by neck on door nob at nine. Ticket on neck! Nosey hung, gen. prill. —Committee Five. (Fade Out.) The Star Literary President nerds a 1 itt!«• new life injected into it. Mr. Pres ident, get Mr. Hopper, Mr. Cowherd, and the Professor," also Henry Hum phrey and go into conference. It might do well to ask Mrs. Peyton and Taylor to help you, too. Your tempo is too slow. That’s what killed the organization over on 31st. The lit* rati attend LIVE societies. We are goii^ to help you now, so get busy. \\ atr|, us. You do your part. \Vi‘ object to the statement by Mr. Zip Head that: Fifty cents admission is too much to pay—unless it is a ban quet. Some folks fail to see beyond tie ir plate.—Rditor. The Hi-Art Music and Dramatic Club met at the home of the president, Mrs. Lillian Cave Thompkins, who had recently returned from visiting her mother and friends in Fulton, Mo. The dull will render a musical concert Thurs day evening, Sept. 29th, at Bethesda Baptist Church. Two dramatic plays to lie rendered in the near future prevent the Hi-Art Music and Dramatic Club entefing any contests for the present. K. T., Cor. Secy. UNIVERSITY SOCIETY NOTES Sunday, September 2<>, 1921, was a gala day for the University Literary So ciety which meet at 221)1 Wabash avenue. Being the tenth anniversary it was a home coming harvest gathering : occasion. The club quarters were packed ; to its utmost capacity. The club founded some ten years ago by Mr. Thomas Ewell, admits of membership, students' who have completed a high school, college, technical or professional course, or its equivalent. It has for its ideals the fostering of moral, civic and cultural attainments. Sunday, being founders' day, Mr. J. E. Myers, chairman of the program com mittee, spared no energy in making it a gala affair. Under-Mr. Myers' promo tion the following program was ren dered. Loving Thee — Mr. Albert N. Moore, Baritone Solo -I Can't Help. , by Clamant Johnson. Recitation, Miss Wilmae Powers. Sub ject, "Insult Not the Red, White and Blue." Instrumental Solo, Mr. Janies A. Mundy. Address by the founder, Mr. Thomas Ewell. Subject, "The Purple Line.” Instrumental selection, Miss Laura Brown, "In Joyful Mood.” Vocal Solo, Miss Clara Ilutchingsou. Mr. Myers gave some views of the club’s plans for the future, among which was the plan for the federation of several clubs into one single group. At this point it was stated that Sena tor McCormick would he the chief speaker tor the occasion and the entire audience made a grand ovation over the glad news. Watch for further an nouncements. The public is cordially invited to attend on the second and fourth Sundays of each month at 4 o'clock p. m. TO SPEAK AT plan of tlie I 'ban League to disen Unemployment amoii* Negroes at i - Conference in (Imago, October 19th to 22nd. Phil H Brown, ( ommisioner of Conciliation of the United States Department of Labor will discuss the subject from the national view point. Il<* will present facts and hgnre.s in dicating its e-jeist and where it is most prevalent. W illiam II « • ■filters, secretary of the ( levelatid Branch of the Urban League, and John (\ Dancy, executive secretary of the Detroit Ur ban League have had considerable experience in the past year in handling these matters in their respective com munities. They will outline the pro grams which have been conducted there to create temporary or permanent jobs and to give material relief both to single men and women and to fami lies. Secretary .bums I. Davi . of the' ! I department 01 i.ahor, i expected. (reorge W. Buckner, executive sec-i ' retary of the St. Louis Urban League, who has been laboring in Tulsa, Okla.. to organize a program of rehahiiita lion in which white ami colored people will ro-operate and work together for the good of the rooimunitv, will oulline his accomplishments to date and Mi-s Mary McUowell. head worker of the University Settlement, (Imago, will; participate in discus ion of ra* rein lions and c6-operation in inter racial matters. The morning and afternoon meet ings will he in the form of round table di Missions in which all in athnd.nuc will he urged to participate. i he Ne gro and organized labor and the League's work in health, housing, rec reation and indu trial welfare will also 1 if discussed. Eugene Kincklc Jones, executive sec retary of the National Urban League, 127 East 23rd Street. New York City, and T. Arnold Hill executive secre tary. Chicago Urban League. 3032 South Wabash \v< , Chicago, 111 . are ! anxious to hear from persons who are j interested in the problems of the race i and in social service work and who I may he planning to attend the confer- ! Mice, Livingstone Girl First at N. Y. Law School NKW YORK CITY, Oct. 1 — Mi Ruth Whitehead Whaley, who will inter Fordhum University Law School this fall, i- said to he the first woman of her race to he admitted to that school. She is twenty years of age-. a . Miss Whafev is the daughter of Prof, and Mr . C. A. Whaley, of Goldsboro, \. both teachers. Shej was graduated from Livingstone Col lege with the degree of A. B. at eighteen years- of age. ’ LEAVES BABY, FAILS Karly Sunday morning an unidenti fuel woman look a one-year-old baby into 10•Ha-'. 33rd St. and asked to leave tile*baby there until she returned from work Sunday afternoon Sund.iv night -sh«* failed t<> return, nor had he made her appearance Monda\. Fh> infant was then turned over to the police de partment, who arc now looking for the mother. AFRICAN HERE TO TELL OF BRITISH OPPRESSION After a tour'through England, Scot land and the Eastern I’nited States. Sol T, Plaatjc, native South \frican. author and lecturer, is in Chicago. Mr. Plaatjc, who is vice pre ident of the South \fricatt Native Congress, was elected to head a deputation t > carry native grievai^cs t<» King (ieorge. When tins deputation returned home Mr. Plaatjc* was instructed by the na tive Congress‘to cross the Atlantic and expose Ilritish oppression in South Africa. He is now appearing before churches and clubs, giving first hand information. While here he is living at 3341 Wabash Avc. ST. MARKS M. E. CHURCH Rev. J. W. Robinson, Pastor The Pastor's sermon on Sunday ! morning, last, on "Faith without Wort I is Dead,” was a full argument foi I |>ra<iiral Christianity. Bishop K. K [Jones, I).!)., IJ.I),, of New Orleans i preached at the evening service frotr j the text. Beloved We Are the Sons | of find.” It was a masterful discourse | from a great soul. Bishop Jones is the i first rai «* man elected a full fledged fit hop of the Methodist Episcopal ' hui<h His conference* are in the New Orleans area. Sunday will he our monthly Communion. The annual con ference rally will he held October to Pi. Every member will do his or her best. I he Rev E. II. Butler, D.D.. secretary of the F.pworth League, will preach fur u; Sunday morning at 10 .so o'< I n k INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH Mrs. Sophie Stokes left for Hot SpringArk., Saturday, in quest of health. Dr. II. Franklin Bray preached Sunday morning on "Christ Our Bur den Bearer.” Excellent reports were -uhmitted by the stewardesses, associ ate and Dearborn Center Club. Dr. J. \1. Henderson preached in the eve ning and Mrs. Laura Williams sang a beautiful solo. Mrs. Cornelia L. I lenders..n n Id a paper on "A World Program” before the Onion Mission* ai> Convention at Quinn Chapel, Mon da-. Dr. Henderson presided at the minister,’ conference on "The King dom of God in the Home.” PEOPLE’S CHURCH I < •: !< Interdenominational Church invites the public to attend ifs weekly « rvire held it the Auditorium of the V. M. (\ \. 38th and Wabash. At II 00 sermon by the pastor: 8:00 l*. M. address by Prof. K. I). L. Thompson. Choir Rehearsal will he held at the home of Mr Marion Dean on Friday evenin'-1.' at 8:00 P. M. Rev. Thomas F. Roa» h, pastor; Mrs. Clara Alex ander. pianist; Prof. F. L. Thomas, choir master. CARTER'S TEMPLE C. M. E. CHURCH 43rd and Champlain Ave. Sundae. Sept. 25th, Rev. James A. Stout, D.D., pastor, preached to a large and appreciative congregation both at morning and evening services. He flelt with his subjects in the usual masterly and helpful way. ’Hie Kpworth League atul Sunday School an- enjoying record attendances under ihc leadership of Revs. C. M. Hawkins and L. B. Johnson. The Rev White and Blue Clubs are determinedly anxious to raise the | greater part of the $3,000, before con-' n retires convene, October 12th. On Sunday October 2nd, Rev, Bryson, D.D , of Englewood, will preach in the afternoon at 2 o'clock. The pastor will preach at both the morning and evening services. Tiie acred concert to he rendered Sunday, Sept, the 25th, was postponed until Sunday October 2nd, at 4 P. M. This is promised to he one of the en joyable features of the day. Some of j fit v ,s best local talents will appear. j Tie* rhut)rh extends its sympathy to j Mi-. * S'ott a dependable member j nf tli* choir who moans the loss of her' dear daughter. A warm welcome awaits visitors at! all times. QUINN CHAPEL, A. M. E. CHURCH Sunday. ' htober 2nd, Rev. Chas. iiaurt will deliver tin- sermon at 10:4a A. M. following the morning rri’.mn baptizing of infants and adults, -tinday evening sermon hv an evangel- ! i Sunday. October the 0th, the I'a.-tor Ret. II. E. Stewart will preach Inking for a subject “The seven songs of Revelation." THE American Woodmen incorporated 1901 Chicago office 3336 Indiana Avenue J. J. Attwell, Supervisor Douglas 80 AMERICAN WOODMEN CAMP MEETINGS. Chicago Camp No. 1 meets 1st and ord Wednesday nights ut Casey’s hall, 47th and State Sts. — C. S. Lee, Commander. Harris G. Streety, Clerk. Chicago Camp No. 2 meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights at 2012 W. Lake St. Wesley M. Darden, Commander, Sadie Chapman, Clerk. Chicago Camp No. 3 meets 2nd and 4th Thursday nights at 209 East 35th Street. A. L. Poole, Commander, C. A. llansberry, Clerk. Wednesday night. October the 12th, ; Sermon Lecture, subject “Turn on the , Light** or Rac ial Progress. Questions of great moment will bo discussed, | such as Marriage and Divorce. The ! Negro in 'Business. Religion and poli j lies. The Public Schools, etc*. Music* will he furnished by one of | the choirs of the church. The month of November will he given to a special revival effort at j Quinn Chapel. THE OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. L. K. Williams, D.D., Minister Ail of the three different services at Olivet last Sunday morning were well attended in spite of the sudden change in the weather. AH of the home pastors were in their places and preached to large and appreciative au diences. In the evening the pastor 1 Rev. Dr. Williams preached another eloquent and very praciral sermon to a vast audience During the day there- were a goodly number of ac cessions to the church at all places of worship. Olivet is not only a real social centre hut a live evangelical missionary church. For at every serv ice a number of persons are received into the fellowship of tlit* church. Next Sunday will be a big day. The | Lord's Supper will be observed at the I close of the morning services, and thousands of members will partici pate. Then* will he the three different se rvices at the same time as usual Sun day morning at ten-thirty. The- pub lic is invited to come early and secure good seats. There will he good gospel preaching all clay, and the* various choirs will render special music. All are welcome. SOUTH PARK CHURCH At South Park M. E. Church, Sun day morning, September 24, Bishop R. E. Jones of New Orleans, La., preached from Philippians, 2nd chap ter, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th verses, "Let this mind be in you which was in Christ Jesus also." The sermon was great, the house was crowded. At the close of the sermon altar services were held and many united with the church.: At 3 o'clock in the afternoon Bish- j ap Jones and Rev. J. N. C. Coggin, j were the principle speakers at the | mass meeting. This service was I largely attended, and all were greatly benefitted by the addresses of the I speakers. The “Centenary Jubilee," the great- j est forward movement in the history; of the churches of the Chicago dis trict, closed Monday evening with ai lecture by Bishop Jones, subject "The Democracy of Love." Many of the people who attended this lecture re marked that it was the greatest they had ever heard. At the close of the lecture a banquet was tendered the bishop and guest in the dining room. Next Sunday moruing the pastor, Rev. G. R. Bryant, will preach and administer the Holy Communion. Dr. F. H. Butler, secretary of the Ep worth League, will preach Sunday ] evening. South Park Church will ■ soon have a Lvceum. Mr. Charles Reese is well again, and has resumed ■ his place as director of the so'’th ! Park choir. Special music all day Sunday. A sol Hv Madam T yler at the morning services. WILLIAMS CRITICIZES LACK BE INTEREST IN RIOT CASES Attorney A. L. Williams, who is in charge of the prosecution of damage suits against the city arising out of the race riots in |9|y, criticizes the in different spirit now being shown toward these eases. According to Ally. Williams the courtrooms are packed with white spectators, but no dark faces are to be seen. ; Judge Joseph David, of the Superior Court sprang a sensation Monday in the case of Mrs. Joseph Sanford, 4425 Prairie Ave,, when he barred all mem bers of the Ku Klux Klan from the jury. Mrs. Sanford is suing the city for the death of her husband, which took place in a fight at 35th St. and Wabash Ave. Atty. Williams took a nonsuit, when Judge David indicated that un der the circumstances presentod in testimony, a judgment could not be obtained by the plaintiff. Judge Da vid’s statement followed testimony by Oscar DcPriest to the effect that 90 per cent of the mob around 35th St. and Wabash Ave., where Sanford was killed, were colored. The city con tended that Sanford was killed by po licemen attempting to disperse the mob. Attorney Williams relied on the contention that Sanford was a peaceful citizen killed by a stray bullet. The trial of ten more riot cases will be held in the next few days before Judge Winded of the Circuit Court. ARREST MAN ENROUTETO KILL WIFE NEW YORK CITY, Oct. 1—Po licemen of this city arrested J. Lee Jones, of Baltimore, as he stepped from a Pennsylvania train with two pistols in his pocket. He was taken into custody after New York police had been notified that he was on the way to this city with the avowed intention of killing his wife as soon as he found her. He spent several days at target practice before coming here, it is said. II GOOD INVESTMENT 1'. D. Pollard & Co., Transportation Bldg., of this city, announce that they have received and offer for sale a limited number of Argentine Govern ment Bonds. A two-year investment selling at 99 5-8 showing a yield of 20 per cent, are the features which make it an attractive and profitable buy at this time.—Advt. Vernon Association to Start Building The Vernon Real Estate Improve ment Association is to soon break ground on the construction of the nine bungalows it will build at 66th and Vernon Ave. The buildings are to be of modern construction through out with the latest improvements that arc being placed in such buildings A MIRACLE-WONDER OF THE AGE Dl'CHARLES CLAYTON The Medicine Man, Wonder of Wonders, is here. Christ First and Bloodzone Next In Curing Leprosy Then what is your disease to Bloodzone?—Noth ing. Tells you what you are suffering from without you telling him. GET HIS ADVICE CONSULTATION FREE Call, Telephone or Write. Phone Victory 3091 — 2621 So. 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Indiana Avenue Branch, 3541 Indiana Avenue _J\ Register Now For Millinery Dressmaking Stenography Cooking Dramatics Glee Club nnd Ukulele Current Problems Orchestra Gymnasium Citizenship Know Your City Join a club or class al ready organized, or form one with the girls where you are employed. The In dustrial secretary will be glad to help you. IRENE M. GAINES # industrial Secretary.