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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 June 1916

1 ^/v/\'V'v^:--'':"N, ,- ,• [GIRL'S DIARY SHOWS HOW IRISH REVOLT SPREAD DEIGN OF TERROR New Brunswick, N. J.—Miss Dora I Bing, once a New Brunswick girl, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Her experiences are set forth in the followtyg extracts from her diary: "On Thursday evening previous to Easter dad and mother set off for Kil larney, leaving us alone. We had a jolly time on the whole, and on Easter Monday, knowing dad would be home in the evening, we thought we would wind up one holiday by a visit to the movies. On Monday afternoon, at about two o'clock, we set out and caught a tramcar at the foot of the road. It cost twopence to go to town, and we had paid our money when, at Haddington road, about half way, the conductor came along and told us to get out, that the train was going no farther. "Out we got and started walking, wondering whether the lines were bro ken or the electric power cut oft. We had not proceeded far when we met a woman who lived right opposite here. She wa...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 June 1916

y,. •'. t. 1 •t •I 'I- 'XU jv $ -V I- it 2 Si pfr.- it. VI 7i iMr. I? ji-j CUNTON, IOWA. Quarterly neeting mi held onth* Hth, which vu fairly •well Attended. At the quarterly conference season tha varioua report* showed improve ment. /Tha truateee especially re porting over MOO, realized as a re ault of tha roent financial campaign which pate tin charch oat of debt, much to tha gratification of the pas tor and members. Mr*. L. C. Jooes of Braxton, Miss., was in the dty last weak in the in terest of Piney Woods institute. Mrs. Balle Bryant, Eva Casey and Miaa Mae Culberson of Chicago, aunts and sister of Miss Esther Cul berson, were here to the graduation of the latter on the 8th. Mrs. E. 9» Heron leaves Tuesday for the Sunday school convention at Aurora, m., representing the local school. Mrs. Elisabeth Bush, after a six weeks' visit in Clinton, has returned home to Chicago. She was accom panied by her grandson, Rogers, who will spend the summer vacation. Major Culberson and wife of...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1916

3 ad- ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER Xl|6 Best and only medium tbftt reaches the colored pfe»pt of the middle west. Miss Mary Cecil will leave for the lakes Saturday for an indefinite stay. Miss Pearl Cecil of Mason City, who was visiting her sister, will re turn home Saturday. Mrs. Bacon of Davenport, Iowa, is the guest of Mrs. C. S. Lewis of this city. Mrs. Florenc Johnson of St, Paul is in the city, the guest of Mrs. S. D. Miller. The Eliza E. Peterson W. C. T. U. will meet next Tuesday, July 6th at the residence of Mrs. Maud Birt, 1015 W. 13th street. All members of Doers are requested to meet at St. Paul's church Sunday afternooq. Business of importance. The Virginia Picnic association will meet with Mr. Spencer Cary, 1715 Oxford, July 2nd. All members re quested to be present The D.'Y. W. Y. K. Art club will hold their monthly meeting Friday afternoon, July 7th, at the home of Mrs. Bryant, 1012 Eighth street. The president desires all members to be present. Mrs. J. A. Jefferson, pres...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1916

'Ss{ \f i. Many of the students enrolled In Houston schools have taken much Interest la the industrial arts courses. There arc three manual training teach in the city. B. M. Catchlngs ta "the teacher'of the night school, and ""•'two others divide tfceir time among the ward spools. Mary J. Holden Is at the head of the domestic science department. 1 ¥r«- 4S Sfrt?. B. M. Catchlngs was graduated from the Prairie View State Normal and Industrial college and later he panned a post-graduate course at Bradley Polytechnic at Peoria, 111. Later he made an inspection of man ual training and Industrial art schools In fit. Lonls and Chicago. "Manual training in our Houston achools* said Mr. Catchlngs, "Is In cluded fn all the courses from the fourth grade through the high school, and every boystudent passing through these grades is compelled to take the -course, while the girls passing through the same grades aire compelled to take domestic science and domestic art In order that they may be taug...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1916

7 yiv You1 In yi»ur Rosel* Sno vc HAD TO WAIT FORTY DAYS Long Time Before England Got News of the Battle of Lexington ITwithinnews SEEMS strange in these days when of the battles in far away Europe is cabled to America a few minutes after they oo cur—when flying machines equipped with machine guns are fighting each other in the clouds—when advocates of preparedness are arguing that the ocean is no barrier to a foreign foe 'because of the swiftness of their pteam cruisers—to hark back to the battle of Lexington, 'April IS", 1775, fend try to realize the length or time it required for the news of that conflict to reach England. There were no telegraph wires, no telephone, no dispatch boats or "spe cial correspondents" with each regi ment. A steam vessel had not then been dreamed of. There were no cables, no flying machines, no machine guns. Only sailing vessels, of small size, were available to cross the oceaq, and as a consequence it took a long, long time for the shot to be "heard a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 June 1916

1 1 W.\ tec *svy FIRE No. eafch Assorted Animals. leach: •v»'. H, $gjg TRIANGLES iifr^ Varied' Fir* dolors 1 lb.. each. lb., «ach.. lb., each.. 3 ox., 2 tor.. 1 oz.. each... .•PORTING GOODS ALL READY That usual supremacy which we always held is dominant again here this year. BIGGER THAN EVER We advise buying early because you can select better while the stock is always fresh and varied— while as usual our prices are lowest. S A E S A CRACKERS 0-82 per pack...... 5c V! 40-84 per pack 5c 200-8 per pack lc 40-60 pkg. 10c 100-24 2 pkgi:. for.. .25c SALUTES Bl# Chief. 5 in.,3 for. .5c Gold Drafeon, 5 in., 3 for/. 5c 2 Jn. salutes, 15 for... 5c BENGOLAS %-lb., each- 15c %-lb. each 10c TOURBILLION S No. 4, each 65c\ No. S, each 25c No. 1, each ioc LARGE TORPE DOES The big Jap Torpedoes, per box 5c Larger size Jap Torpe does, per box 10c give everybody all they want. 8-inch Standard size Young America, doz. in a box.. 10-inch American Beauties, per doz 10^ 12-jnch Jumbo Torch, per doz 25^ 2...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 July 1916

5#' DER BUSHERa the By. ny, Des Chemical and MuU ut 899. U. Grand M., and ress of America, ociation. as sec- ad- 3SS-i»?3 fyX* -'1 v, ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 4 Mitaea Velma Woods, Blanch Allen, Donald Thomas and E. Bowman spent the 4th in Albia. church Sunday afternoon. Prof. L. C. Jones, professor of Pin ey Woods, Braxton, Miss., has been in the city the past week on business. Mr. Ira Alien left last Saturday for Minneapolis for a few weeks visit. He will also visit in VN isconsin before returning home. Mrs. N. R. Patton eetertained Satur day afternoon in honor of Miss Nell Nettles of Modison, Ind., and to visit ing teachers and students. Say! Listen! The Callanan club will give a picnic July 12th at Union Park. All members ard friends are cordially invited. Mrs. Adams, Pres. Miss Delphine Thompson of Minne apolis, who is the only daughter of Policeman Thompson of Minneapolis, is the house guest ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 July 1916

yi 4 R^* A V'been k# 21 :.-i •CM ligj^The Negrotfcomlng to be one of the great assets of Southern Indus trial life, according to & report brought from Kentucky to the convention of the National Association of Manufac turers held recently at the Waldorf- Astoria-'* It was brought by Frank D. Rash of the Kentucky Manufacturers' association. wh^ although a manufnc turer, gave the convention a treat in old-time oratory as good as If he did nothing else for a living. "No longtr.Y said Mr. Bash, -does the gallant, bevrbltdcered southern colo nel surround himself with cupbearers and lounge on, the broad veranda of "t his colonial mansion, all the while sip 4: ping the seductive mint Julep from Pthe 4*iv the frosted cup of silver. And though Kentucky colonel still lives, you will now see him donning cap and overalls and leading the forces of In dustry in bringing "Kentucky's marvel ous mineral.wealth to the use of man kind, or yet perhaps, as the execu tive directing his staff in any on...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 July 1916

jfi? Tn all .human affairs there are ef forts. and there are results and the strength of the effort is the measure of the result.—Jameg Allen. Resolve to be thyself and know that he who finds himself, loses his misery.—Mathew Arnojd. SPECIAL DI3HE3 FOR INVALIDS. When beef tea is needed In a hurry broil a slice of roundsteak for a min ute on each side, lay on a deep plate and score very closely, cutting half way through. Farina Porridge.—Take two table spoonfuls of farina, one-fourth of a teaspoonful of salt, a cupful of boiling water and a cupful of milk. Sift the farina into the boiling, salted water and cook till it thickens then add the milk, beating smooth, and cook in a double boiler 15 minutes. Koumiss.—Dissolve half a yeast cake in half a cupful of tepid water, mix It with a quart of milk, as fresh as possible add a tablespoonful of sugar, and when well mixed put in bot tles and tie the corks in with stout cords. Let stand 12 hours at a tem perature of 75»4egrees, then place ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 7 July 1916

l=- ,* W f*1 feit* /'jxf kry- ••41/IH HINTS. A ok tfcaraa *un with soul to dead, *W» to Wnwiilf hath said: TWa to my own native land.' mark him welL* JnH\ Sl»«ea at* times of unrest and un certainty timaewfaen men's soul# are &U.j Mad both by their own thoughts and the sayings of of their fellow mem Noaaaa Negro (am truthfully say vffl that heiasatis fied with the con dition at hia race in this country. As a matter of fact the condi tion of the dark races all over the world is pitiable. However, there ia vast differ ence betw t!% .:.r:.:-.•,•: kissing the rod and making a class of people more Oiscootented without offering them some tangible or obvious means of bettering their status. The world is filled with ttitiedei ii of discontent and diaocganisera. There was never a thaa when true patriots, men with World viaion were more needed than sow. At thia particular time, when there is not only a vague feeling of unrest, bqt aeml-Loetile demonstrations there is a. nore er less veile...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 July 1916

v. ?*0'. .71 .61 ad P". ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Boat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 5 Mn Geo. Young left for Marshall town on Tuesday evening. Mrs. S. Dean was a business visi tor in Des Moines on Sunday. Wanted—First class barber at once. Address Bystander office. Miss MagnoHa Sears left for home in Buxton on Monday. Mr. Joseph Jones, who was one of the cooks at Camp Dodge, returned to his home in Clarinda on Saturday. The board administrative council will meet with Mrs. Arthur Wilson on Monday evening, July 17th. Mrs. J. Smith of 511 Third street went to the Miners hospital Wednes day, July 14. iShe is in room 8. Mr. Oscar Parks of Council Bluffs, Iowa, member of Twin City lodge, was a Bystander visitor Thursday. Mr. Chas. Boy, who has been em ployed at the cement plant, met with a painful accident He taashed his foot very badly. Mrs. M. E. Hood of Kasapolix, Mich., who has been visiting Mrs. JVIartha Bass, left Wednesday night fo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 July 1916

1 IJP There are those who would cite the lacy, shlf&ees knd Indolent as typ ical of the Negro race, but If the same ^yardstick weTsapplled other branches **w humaft^fwnlly might have rea son foi, complain tiltterly," wrote a prominent NegtV educator recently. "Experience hA| Showq that when given the opportunity for gainful em ployment under just and fair condi tions, the Ne^ro 'not only proves In "every way Bis value as a workman, often ufoet Skilled, but, above all, there Is cultivated to his mind and '-heart that nOW too rare feeling of deep Interest aiftl loyalty to his em pi oyer. When the' southern Negro works for a corporation, he calls it 'my com pa ay,' and never has a bomb been found Jn his hand nor has he been branded iflf anarchist. Under faifr treatment, his loyalty becomes deep and unchanging, and the sower of the seeds :of discord finds little re sponse to h|j| beguiling or Impassioned stories of grfener flelds to be had for the asking or'taklng. "A teir yearsfcgo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 July 1916

."v'v S- vPU-\r U.'jl •••,'. V... wv STRONG LEADERS IH MEXICAN ARMY Long Era of Warfare Has Pro duced Several Highly Effi cient Generals. OBREGON AND ANGEliS BEST Angela* Said to Have Contributed Largely to Villa's Successes Obregon -la a Hlghmlnded, Humane, Capable Leader." San Antonio, Tex.—Were the Mexi caii army throughout as capable fts t-ome of Its generals the United States would have no easy task. In subduing Its unruly neighbor. It must be remembered that Mexico W.s had almost uninterrupted war of me kind or another for a period long er than the AmerlAn Civil war. While conscientious American army officers have been puzzling over maps and working out problems In military strategy and tactics, the Mexican gen erals have been actually leading lurge forces In the field and giving and re ceiving blows In the same territory where they now clash with Uncle Sam's Napoleons. This is an enor mous advantage. In addition, the Mexican military academy at Ghapultepec, near Mexico City, ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 14 July 1916

3: 3,^snr rffraafflh 1' located at Naahville. luartanr of the ta cloaer touch of Macro lnatl t-lnth* eouth. r. ''Jto-tiiMlp ~Wm* it* act vie** to IcdiMil^frillaipi b«uinee* firm*•. and declring the oerv and women. Cor- HJN* 'Ni|ativW% Toan.' OfOSpaitlMetiM Vrban Condition* been convinced of agency for lt«tro tostUuttoas j* gelds suited to In trying to to Mp lo (bH MM to )«NM. opsnlng of the JLHsyrta, cm of efthelaagu* try to get in touch of work that aft •iwi connect us the achoola who andcharae •tn of the bureau the poaltlona the potftlona to bureau ha* *uf feriormation tonco» win do eo,bot ita bo to furnish the school record and those who know tbo final opinion qoalUkatkMiato employ hhn. to wto clear Vocational bureau iqr way to Interfere future work of aay It* own gfadaate* 1* merely to aup Individual* and end wo welcome critklcaa at any work the bureau ioco-operation of Jnvtted, and a policy fanil^iMiaa^ atralgbtforward deal tag^^jMpniotuly followed.: The ksgoaa wnsfrwmsll/ open...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 July 1916

r*AtvBnlse rais pa»ei medium that twftpkea the cetera* peoplabf the wl4dli west. 6 XXIII No. Mr. and Mr«. Herbert Wright kit Monday evening for South Antrim. ^'•The old aottlers will hold their an nual picnic August Srd. All Sunday schools art iavitod to tako part. Sadie Allan returned homo on Thursday after a month's visit in Chicago. I^Ths „A, ML EL Sunday school will give thoir annual, picnic at Cnion park August).. Rot. J. T.'CWr of Ottumwa will preach at Corinthian Baptist church Sunday, July 28. Public invited.1 ^Miss May city will arrivo thiswsek in th- as the gu?rt ot and Mrs. E. T. Blagburn. Mr- Mrs. Tillia Loe and daughter, Susie, will leave Saturday for their home in Clarinda to attend the K. P. and C. 0. gxand lodge. The members of Richard Allen Aid club will have a called meeting Toes day night at..tti home rf Mrs* Go* G, Yoarig^itf" The Richard Allan Aid club will giva a breakfast Thursday noon, July 27th, at the residence of Mrs. Geo. C. Young, 967 Sixteenth street. i...

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 July 1916

rs llobert ft. Motpn, the new principal of Tuakegee Institute, will carry on -Booker T. Washington's great work In uplifting the Negro race. Dr. II. B. Frissell, principal of Hampton Insti tute and ^member of the General Edu cation board, told the National Educa tion amqdatlofl., convention at New •.arork. '^Booker "taasfilhgton's life was a dis tinct victory, .for tbe Negro race and tor the Ideas for which Hampton •tanrift," said Doctor Frisseil. "Washington carried from Hampton to Alabama- a strong belief in the moral value of regular habits of indus try. At the Tuskegee school Hnmpt )n Ideas werereproduced. Throughout Washington's life he laid emphasis upon duties rather than upon rights. While he was sensitive to the injus tices which his .race suffers, he felt that the best preventive of injustice Is improvement In physical, mental and moral conditions. Because of his real love for men. both white and black, and because he was able to render great aid valuable service to both r...

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 July 1916

"V *U 4 W 't *-AA ll- .. •:,«*•&. i'. *7 THE KITCHEN id CABINET Every established mental condition la an acquired habit, and It has be come such by continuous repetition of thought. Despondency and cheerful ness. anger and calmness, covetous ness and generosity indeed are all •tates of mind—are hablta built up by choice, until they have become auto matic. A thought constantly repeated at last becomes a fixed habit of intnd, and from such habits proceeds the life. —James Allen. COOKING L0B8TERS. These delicate shellfish are so well liked that although In many states they are hard to get. a few ways of preparing them will not be amiss. Those who are fortunate enough to have them In plenty will appreciate a new dish. A medium sized lobster is the best to choose, those which are lively and heavy In weight. Lobsters should be killed immediately be­ fore boiling. If a pointed knife be run Into the back between the body and tall shells, death will occur at once. No lobster is of good f...

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 July 1916

J? 5 t*-, lAOOir, MO# NEWS. 5 4 CtieeAt will hold jtfceir annual Stmed ledge in ear ety fay 24 to 28. "•""f1 «**«ded the ball to Beviae «n Sunday between flMbant aad Bevier. Miss Bemtee ArMm of Kirks till* Mo, VtMM through our city Vonday route hoa^ Sh« has been Td Si A Eddie Nichlos agent Soiinjr/p,ibvier'to attend the ball game.',-,&, Hr. Alogao Burton is. able to be out ccain, after .«al| of illness. Little Mia* Helen Wiljhoirt of St. Lotds, Mo„ is thegoeat of her aunt, Mm Q. T. 8toefc». Mr. Kmmett Trice 4a spending his ration in Reeklsland, Dl. Miaa Bt*m Williams of Higbee, Mo., i« in the dtj, the guest of Miaa Gua ai6 JOBM. ••'•.? .. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Harris of Quinqr, UL, are expected home to at tend the K. C, P. grand lodge. Or. end Mn. J. H. Garnett have re turned from a visit in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Chariee Jackson and Aleata Pleasant spent Sunday in Bevier to attend the bid! garnet. Mrs. Johnnie Gtay»is on the sick list. Mrs. H. C, McGill, the hairdresser of our city,...

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 July 1916

™T nC*FT' A u&i^r, vsv .v ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 7 Mr. G. Edmond has purchased a new Ford touring ear, The Rev. Burton, state missionary of the Baptist church in Iowa, was an over Sunday visitor. The old settlers will hold their an nual picnic August 3rd. All Sunday schools are invited to take part. J, D. Reeler and Thomas Allen of Mason City were in the city Monday «n route to Chariton to attend the session of the grand lodge of K. of P. Mrs. C. W, Smith, 1320 Park, was beautifully entertained by the Carna tion Crochet club Wednesday after noon at her home. Mr. Harry Hammitt and wife of $116 N. Union street are visiting in Chicago for ten days. Miss Zella B. Whyte will leave Tuesday for Chicago, where she will lie the house guest of Mrs. Roxana Durden-White. Mrs. A* L. Edwards left Thursday for1 different points in. Illinois. She will go as far south as Cairo. She is having her summer vacati...

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 July 1916

VU ft 11 lU f. TO' T,( 1 fi. L. Hayea, wko ii supervising prin dpal Jtta MNtiM* of the Indianapolis colored schools, and who for several years has kept cloeely In touch with various daaaes that* have entered high scboot,saldthatthe decrease In the number of graduates this year, as com pared with laafcdidnot Indicate that the number* who remain In high school for any appreciable time have decreased, Wit. he thinks this condi tion due to the personnel of certain classes that enter, and the homes rep resented^ an# particular class of nates from the public schools, he be lieved, should be larger. "There is too much migration on the part of the colore^ parents," he said. "About 860 children enter the first grades in the colored schools each year, while only about 50 per cent of the number complete the eighth Brads, and on an average about 1 per cent of'the number complete high ®C'M)0'- The majority of losses are by those children whose parents leave the city. "In a largcTitieasure the pa...

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