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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 January 1916

rw -7 v, '7 ^r ''-v. '.feii ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colpred people of the middle west. XXII No. 31 Master James James had a touch of the la grippe, but is better now. Miss Lillian Neal has been on the sick list the past week. Miss Mary J. Reeves left this week for Minneapolis, Minn., for an in definite stay. The Twentieth Century Art club will meet at Mrs. McGuire's, 760 W. Eleventh street, Wednesday, January 26th. All members are urged to be present, as it is a business meeting. Mrs. Mollie Watkins received news this week that her daughter, Miss Carrie, who is teaching in Athens, Ga., has been very dangerously sick, but is a little better at this writing. B. Y, W. K. Art club will meet at the home of Mrs Roberts in Al bright's Apartment*, on Tuesday af ternoon. ip Jess Braden, formerly of this city, but who is now running on the C. G. W. railroad from St. Paul to Mason City, spent a few days here en route from St. Joseph, Mo., where he had....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 January 1916

MaJ, Robert H. Moton of Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va,, was selected to succeed Booker T. Washington as president at Tuskegee Institute, "Taskegee, Ala., at meeting of the risstitate. 1 Jsl committee of the trustees of The choice was unanf .JBOOS. The committee the se lectlott wsa composed of 8eth Low, chairman of the Tnakegee trustees X^Fnuik Trumbull of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, fidgar A. Bancroft, W W. Campbell and Victor H. Tulane. Major Moton will not be installed as bead of the famous Negro institute tmtil the commencement exercises in M*r, l»l«. Until that time be will gtve bis service* to the campaign for ^Boolw Robert Russs Moton. tion of Major Moton, "the policies, aim and attitude of the institute will .continue unchanged." p. The committee paid tribute to the ability of Emmett 3. Scott, temporary head of the institute since the death of Doctor Washington, as follows: In taking this action the commit tee has not been unmindful of the long devotion and of the ma...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 January 1916

HINTS. ft:' A« J. Booker, M. D. In the light of new investigations in medicine, and as old data are pon dered anew, more and more attention is being given to the health of chil dren. Th® conservation of youthful energy, the pre vention of infec tion and detailed instruction in hy giene are the keynotes of pre ventive medi cine. Before the new ideas can become entirely useful some very old or.co must be eradicated, absolutely forgotten. There is no more reason thftt a child should have measles, mumps or whooping coogh than it should be hit on the head with a brick. These diseases do not lonfer immunity, nor do they, or boils, puri fy the blood. The fact that a person has never been sick before does not make them more liable to die than if the same affliction befell a person who has had all the diseases in the category. There is as much reason in getting sick as an insurance against further sickness as there is in gettiny a leg broken. The future efficiency of citizens, granting that ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 January 1916

i- jsaJk' 'JWvf *.•••• St iwte *i« 1 WM fto (La*6 Week'# N local conducted the St $Mt abeeijce Odd lot of 250 pairs—regu lar values 75c—Must Va cate Price. Supply him for the winter. Are New, Ladies Just arrived, new 12-inch boot in a much desired glazed kid leather. These are regular $5.00 sellers. Must Vacate Price Ladies! Here They Are! ?m The new 10 and 12-inch high cut button and lace, dull and patents. These are win ners—$8.00 to $4.50 values. Must Vacate Price Only 300 pairs good styles but odd sizes. Button and lace. $2.50 to $3.50 values. These are extra specials, ladies. Must Vacate Price' cuaeed the installation of officers for tbeertraJng year took place folr towpl Bin. Norn Burs oaucfcftfc* pwiHkpt* lira, JU Qresn- -M Our building will be torn down to make way for a new thirteen story office building which will be started this summer. We have three floors packed full of shoes for men, women and children. WE WILL NOT MOVE THEM EVERY PAIR MUST BE SOLD Are Discontinuing Ou...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 January 1916

a •••$, A\V.: v- ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 32 Miss Lola Reynolds who has been tick is convalescing. Mrs. Agnes Jacobs is gradually re covering from a severe sick spell. Mrs. H. Perkins who haB been very sick is much better, weich is good pews to her many friends. Mr T. C. Brown who has lived here several years, is preparing to move to Chariton, la. and later may move to Illinois. Mrs. J. H. Shepard received two big fat o'possums right from Missouri this week, the gift of her relatives near New Bloomfleld. Mrs. Geo. C. Young has moved her dressmaking parlor to the Thompson hctel, where she will be pleased to meet her old customers and now ones. Mrs. Clara Tate, 1433 Buchanan, underwent an operation at the Iowa Methodist hospital Tuesday Jan. 25th. She is doing nicely at this writing. Mrs. William Kinney, 1021 Chestnut street, was taken to the Methodist hoepital Thursday Jan. 27th for the pursone of un...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 January 1916

'if* s^V Alabama Negroes, and, Indeed, all tytlseno Interested in the future of Tuskegee Institute, should receive •Terr encouragement in their efforts to have 'he inatitution conducted along the lines laid down by Booker T. Washington, its founder. They naturally feel that this can best be done by the election of a suc cessor to Washington who has lived in the South and who is thoroughly familiar with the aims and purposes of Tuskegee. The. Agriculture department of the Birmingham (Ala.) Industrial high school directs Its energies toward a model garden, whksh sets tbe standard for more than 300 home gardens. That these gardens earn money for their owners is shown by the fact that 116 students were depositors of some bank even before the .school savings system was begun. Just behind pur kitchen is a small building whicli was erected by our boys. This is tbe laundry and no small part does It play in helping us to realise that "Cleanliness is next to godliness." Emergency room linens,...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 January 1916

If each man's aecret, unguessed care Were written on his brow. How many would our pity share Who have our envy now? And If the promptings of each heart No artifice concealed. Bow many trusting friend* would part At what they saw revealed. EGG LESS DISHES. When eggs are expensive it Is a relief to And good things which usual a or prepared without them. Oatmeal Dain re am cupful of butter with one cupful of sugar. Dissolve a teaspoonful of soda in a cupful of sweet milk and add to the butter and stfgar, then stir in six cupfuls of rolled oats. Add a teaspoon ful of grated nutmeg, a half tea spoonful of cinnamon, and a fourth of a teaspoonful of cloves. Mix these with a little flour, add a cupful of raisins and suf&cient flour to handle Flour the hands and make into cakes the size of a silver dollar. Bake in a slow oven until brown. These are cakes which keep well. Bread Sponge Cake.—Take two cup fuls of brown sugar, one cupful of lard, three cupfuls of light bread sponge, two cupf...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 January 1916

HM« the latest -'it's all «w tavii aboat th* baaqnet W givwi fat Bess Chapel A. M. EL •, hawti ftfcnaty Mtfc la honor of the R. Ifak. 0 3fV Mr*. Jtada Ihorataa and chfldrea ?4m— cataract home from Watenral Iqr, Was* aftar a two weeks* visit, jftiai a wy ptoiaiit trip, The Btmqraodrtjrrtkli meets ia 41M A. M. Er chunk cack TlHnday aiag is feat becoming a social cen 4er. Th» T. M. 8. C. baa bnona a fix ture aatsf At organisations of the «ty. its pragmas are high class and attract the best citizens of the -city to ita meetings The Helpiar Hand gave its maiden on the 18th and ita was quite eneonragiac. The Y. W. C. A. entertained at sup per the minishai and their wires of .".the ettr oa the Hit Ber W. Bess matamg the gaest a. 1$ Mr. and Mrs. John Brock left for MSsa Antonio, Texas, Friday evening far aa indefinite stay. tV COLFAX, IOWA. Services were well attended Snn 'i day. The pastor, Rev. J. W. Morton, preached aa inspiring sad eloquent •*\"i sermon Sunday morning and evening. The B...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 February 1916

i. j4" ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the irilddle west. XXII No. 33 I Mrs. Jalia Taylor at 706 S. E. Sev­ enth The Altar Guild will give a leap year party next Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Emma Pyree at 1046 Enos avenue. Don't forget the Helen E. Hagan piano recital Monday evening, Feb ruary 14th, at Union Cnnlregational church. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Hampton of Red Oak. Iowa have moved to our city to make this their home. Mr. Hampton is court bailiff under Judge Wade. We welcome them to our city. Sunday is quarterly conference at Asbury church. Rev. W. H. Wheel er, district superintendent of Kan sas City, will be here and preach at all the services. Everybody invited. Sunday morning Rev. Griffith's subject will be "Baptism the Anti type of the Flood." Evening, com munion. Sermon, "Taking of the Lord's Supper and Fellowship To New Members." Mis. W. H. McCree was hostess to the Triple club Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Booker gave an inte...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 February 1916

mv^W* & ®K &* Nearly everybody hu beard of Mound Bayou. Ulss^ the only exclu sive "Negro city* jhi the United States. It h*» attractedpubllc attention to An extent only-second to Taskegee aa an effort to help load the Negro to' the eolation of the problem of the industrial life. All the town official*. fejQu pottautM', ,nOmd agent, and Z, everyfc-Mjy else is a Negro. And all the property *ia tnfned by Negroes. Now comes word that this commu nity is threatened with crave embar rassment due to financial difficulties. c^|jjE*te Pih Well-known mee. North and Sooth. of a plan to' the founder of the city, whose. 7,' are named as patrons ail services to both the black and white VV m» art freely admitted by the lead lng i.ewspapers of that section. Among the patrons of the plan, which is. !t briefly, a bond, issue on the (bander's entire holdings, afeStuyvesant Fish, feji- «x-€enator Laroy Percy, Bishop Theo dote Bratton of the Spheral chnrch, Charles Scott, formerly president of th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 February 1916

3 41 •I 4 i' :-M O •. l* ., 0$ r*. ii 1 '4» -v1 A. (, Vv Pw.f- ••"'•'J!! Nearly everybody has beard ot Mound Bayou, Mips,, the only exclu sive "Negro city* In the tJnlted State*. It has attracted public attention to to extent only-second to Tuskegee as an effort to help lead the Negro to' the solution of (the. problem of the .Industrial life. All the town officials, tho postmaster, railroad agent, and everyt'Mjy else Is a Negro. And all' $J»a property 'Is bWnedby Negroes. •jj'Tjfow cornea word that this comma n^ty is threatened with grave embar jrassmont due to .financial difficulties.. ^^Vell-kfiibwn tndh/North and South, k\rWe named as patrons of a plan to aid the (bonder of the city, whose f' services to both the black and white race-are freely admitted by the lead-. lng iiewspapers of that section. Among. 1 the patrons of the plan, which is, briefly, a bond Issue on the founder's entire holdings, ate Stuyvesant Fish, ex-fiepator keroy Percy, Bishop Theo doe Bratton of the Episco...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 February 1916

ItT-i' p. :(pS^'fe^ 1WELVE FIGHTS III 0 Hartmannsweiler-Kopf in the Vosges Is Scene of Constant I Fighting. Is happy with the idea that, no matter how much he feels the cold, the plight of the Germans must be much worse. "Here we are in German territory there is no gainsaying that aid to cheerfulness. How far we have pro gressed I am forbidden to state, but I can affirm that no fewer than twenty Alsatian towns are now within the penny postal rate of France. Every yard gained Is a step nearer the Rhine, but for every foot of ground conceded by the enemy there is bloody fighting. Hartmannsweiler-Kopf has become a symbol of the conflict in Alsace in no other sector of the front, so the French general staff say, has the fighting been so severe, but the importance of its loss or gain must not be exaggerated. "The summit, it is true, commands a great portion of the plains of Al sace but ever since the French first reached the foot of the hill the whole of Hartmannsweiler-Kopf has never be...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 February 1916

1WELVE FIGHTS III Fl I Hartmannsweiler-Kopf in the |i Vosges Is Scene of Constant [|K Fighting. TRENCHES FIVE YARDS APART Character of Warfare That Haa En gaged Armlea in Alaace for 8even teen Montha—Capture of Ceme tery Costs More Dead Than I Were Ever Burled in It London.—'The following is published to the London Dally Express from its correspondent in Paris: "When the snow-laden wind comes roaring over the Alsatian hills, its icy blast chilling the body to the bone, the poilus,' huddled together, many (eet below the ground, draw their blankets closer around them, for the blizzard creeps down every nook and cranny, and the men, now experienc ing their second winter campaign In the Vosges, mumur: 'How cold the fioches must feel!' "This note of Cheerfulness prevails throughout the French lines, and no wbere more than in this sector of the front I have chatted with Turcos, .who now see snow for the first time, and with men whose extremities were frost bitten last winter, but everyone...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 4 February 1916

'M 5,' •^1 at the A- X.1 ia the. 4e was an aaWer fma aims* 4 %h. '\§r »,V A(^k IK %tV 4c" P- MACON, M0- N*W8. m. Xlae Um Jackaea ha* Th« aranlag *aa apent in aewing, altar «Ud£' a daiirfcros 'wo-coarae loach waa earved. Tha guests depart edataaeariyhoar. |, C| Mia. 6. W. Croaa is slowly eonval fFnbUkm. h.i Miaa Flossie Patrick has returned fc to her iaa^ in Ineoln, Neb-, after a pleaaant visitwith relatives. Bar. B. P. Galea remains ill at his bona at Biaaaton, IE, Vina aad Broadway Sunday school *is i» tig rearing aMy under the ana pices of Mr. X. E. Brooking as ao- 1 fL vTUmSrt^jtM±^^'ex-5- ,, Rev. G. W. tirowpreeched two ceBent atnuuai Sunday morning and Mr. Bay tkaidnU of Jamaica spent •V'' a few^iay* of laat week in oar city While in ear city cold and hungry, T. B. Baadaraaa's cafe. ft*w Mr. Utah Got Bid af a Bad "Sana tana ago I had a very had ceagk," wrilaelfBwie T. Davis, Bbck **tar, DeL «My brother, McCabe Dwa, p«» a small bottle af inil nil InTs Oeagh ffrwudy. Aftar taldag...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 February 1916

ir*' to gv: I f-A &• iW-* "»£(•'!$ -V llW -t !twi\ J.'' ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium tbat reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 34 Little Hortense Woods la ill with \A Grippe- MIBS friends. weeks' visit in Missouri with relatives Farm Their 4 ^°rwair Miss Daisy Jacobs, who slipped and fell on the ice last week, was able to resume her work after several days at home. The Twentieth Century Arts and Crafts Club will meet with Mrs. Hanger at 1716, next Wednesday after noon, the 16th, from to to 4:30. The Triple H. Club will meet Tues I day, February 15th, at the home of ... ,. ouiuui ui Mrs. McGruder, Carpenter avenue, at I The Dramatic Art Club held their weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. 0. C. Johnson. 825 13th street. Visitors were Mrs. S. W. Wright, R. N. Hyde, J. W. Campbell. Next meeting will be held with Mrs. Will Jones, 34th and. Grand. Mrs. James Woods announces the marriage of her sister, Miss Cecil Harris, to Mr. Luther Bledsoe, both...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 February 1916

'fl '..-TV -V Mt apart the K«gro race aa a inrtHw feopit. bom I* mare than the tact HMEt he hi tnrttenoar adjared to look is the twain*. Other nun may rejoice only la the pwnm. but alas is fce. pM. Bat |f the Negro recall* the past, this jm mm*r to enable him 10 wisairart Ida mgraai away from tL If he tUakt at the present. It is as a mind as to whether the present is as nobis as some parts of tbe past. His past Is happQy dead. There is noth ing in lt he sotiU perpetuate. Mis doty and his jHiasiii are to travel as taat and as iar ha it as be may Bis own feeding stoat has bees en ftmed from the test day of freedom hf those of mme tetmate races who have shown an interest in him. Why then, aaka the New fork Eve ning Pod. should the new year he •ipalwi 1& the appearance of a magazine bwarmg the title. The Jour nal n| JSecm History? How can tberew «wh athing as history for a race which is Just beginning to live? For tbe Jafttnal does not juggle tbe words by "history" It means history ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 February 1916

We live tn deeds, not years In thoughts, not breaths In feelings, not In figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best. SEASONABLE DISHES. For those who need to count the pennies a most appetizing and sub stantial meat dish may be made of hamburger steak. Buy a pound of meat, having It half chopped fresh pork and hdlf beef add a cupful of any cooked cereal, like cream of wheat, oat meal or bread crumbs, a little milk, salt and pep per to season, with a dash of nutmeg and a pinch o" cloves. Roll into a long loaf, place in the oven and baste with butter and wa ter while baking. This little roast will serve five people abundantly and is most economical as well as appe tizing. One may add a little onion juice, a clove or garlic or other sea sonings like kitchen bcaquet to the basting liquor. Rub tough mutton chops with lemon or a little vinegar, let them stand two hours in a cold place, then cook, and you will fi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 11 February 1916

t~ ri-i «2tj* ALMA NKWS. L?jj '-14\ Wfcltar Bennlncs returned %o»» froj* DM Moines Saturday. tJhM® has*been Uklnt treatment 'cor slcksto*. Her mothery Mrs. Jefr fwr», accompanied her home. Sewing Circle Club met at the home ot Mn. Omt Roper on Mon day afternoon. six were present and Um hostess cerred a nice lunch to the ladle* attar bnttaNp. Mr*. NelUe Kates of Ottumwa. was la Attrta on Sunday. 8he brought IkPfaiB Jlarold. Baitnins, who has been rial tin* with her the paat week. Mr. Pearl Thomaa visited with hia family in Albia over Sunday. Henry Jones was in Buxton over Sunday. Hit Mr. Dni* Got Rid of a Bad •$. 0*gi. "Sana tine affo I had a very bad cwuh," wriUa l«wi»T. Davis, Blade- WMU*, DA "My brother, McCabe Dims, fav» me a small bottle of Cfcambertaffe's Coogh Remedy. After firing |Us I bought half a dozen beftles «f iV bat only used one of tfiem, a* the cough left me, and I have not been troubles since." Ob tainable everywhere. KIRK8VIIXK, MO. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ly...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 February 1916

VV" «*•*$ f' JDER rausBKits i. Chas. Woods, Jr., is sick at his parents' home on West Eleventh street. Rev. Rf The D. Y. W* Y. K. Art club will ijieet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Woods, 1320 Day street, Tuesday afternoon. All members please be present. Mrs. Clay Lewis is very sick. Her chances recovery are not very good. Her many friends are greatly alarmed. Miss Blanche Allen of 1212 Crock er street was taken to the Iowa Meth odist hospital last Saturday and un derwent any operation Monday morn ing. She is doing as well as could be expected. We are sending out statements to our subscribers who are delinquent from last year and are enclosing a coin card, so those oi you who receive them can remit without getting a money order or draft. Please attend to this and pay up your back sub scription. The attention of all club workers of District No. 1 of the Iowa State Federation is once more directed to a meeting of said district, to be held at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Jessye E. McClain,...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 February 1916

Wm P§ $4? Irl« 11 Mm 4 •(4 4 I, *n+~f$f t-i" rff ,*,.. wjfei. The fugitive never stops to pick the dwri from his foot Tbe elephant does not find his trunk heavy. But tbe oatstaadlng feature of a new magazine Is just the fact of its appearaoce Launched at Chicago by a new organization, tbe Association for the Study of Negro Life and His tory. ft does not intend "to drift into the discussion of the Negro problem, bat rather to "popularize tbe move ment of unearthing tbe Negro and his contributions to civilization ... be lieving that facts properly set forth will speak for themselves." This is a new and stirring note in the advance of the black man. Comparatively few of any race have a broad or accurate knowledge of its past It would be absurd to expect that the Negro will carry about in his bead many details of a history from which he is sepa rated by a tremendous break, it is not absurd to expect that he will gradually learn that he, too, has a heritage of something beside shame and ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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