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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

fete riON NEEDED FOR IN-s POSSESSION&j M$k lUpaMWMMi Talks mt UM TIW- iMtlof COUHUIM I itlWUoMl QMstloa I»«lr»4— :.TiiMU wt»ur. .gg||| Hfenry C. Paynf of Ohio, the •1* member of tie Republican cominlttee, baa been In Los lei where he waa Interviewed by Angeleo Times, of' which Gen, Gray Otis la president an* manager. Speaking of the la a momentoiia question, but the body pf the people haa confl I find. In the'ability and good of the administration and la ng confident In the belief that the lent and the Republican majority congress wlll*do what la right by Rico. President McKinley'a tion in hlslnessage that.it waa plain duty* to have free and un trade.wlth Puerto Rico waa an •etive program and met with a .-apathetic response. But it ia the ent's" duty to change hia mind, it as It ts any other mans, when he after a careful study of a ques that another policy ia demanded Wisdom and justice. The fact 1* the president and nearly all hia iTlacura In Washington, a great ma lty of the R...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

#S® mm '1*. .% V? 4 1M P: |., $v$ teftiiss iiw* -J*V*-: I il :i ii i/i ii 4 4 5 Mi CEDAR Bik^^ Bui)|G^#tU^ ^*The Sunday School Botrd will meei *Hhi» w«ek.«t the ehurcb to arrange tor the election of a delegate to the ..Sun day School convention, which convenes in Keokuk in June:. Be aure and attend the "Baby Show" at the A. M. B. church, Thursday even ing May 10.* Admission five eents. A neat programme will be rendered. A surprise party was given on Messrs Claude and William Morgan by several young people Thursday'evenin^at the residence of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan.1 There were about 18 present and a most enjoyable time was had. Luncb was served at a late hour by Misses Myrtle Cooper and Emma Oliphant. Miss Artie Price entertained a few friends at lunch Wednesday evening. The evening was interspersed with vo cal and string music and every one seemed to have a pleasant time. Miss Ella Martin sang several solos at a declamatory contest given by the W. R. C. at the High...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

|j|ii'|C*ofeal| lp Jaaif. 'flifPin 5 t, 1 *.i tspj c'. iM 4 $ ir*f it the A. M. B« cbuiroh, Tbmifty W« ||lag ¥»yiO'v AdniiiAn five Math. A neat programme willbe rendered. ||Dl«ude atf William Morgan several yowa* peoplaTh^ay'eveninfcat the reeideiiMof their oousias, Mr.anAMra. FraiakMorgaa.v Tjbere wire about 18. •present and a most enjoysbl«^i^'|§»: Ikd: Luncb «u served it iUte hour •.^' Mi* ^li :pr^etttoi^l^'':'#:lew friendsat lunch Wednesday evening The eTenlttf «u interapened with vo S.-$eal' andstring invito tad every one $ aeeraedto have a pleasant time. kiv- Miss Bill Martin sang several solos at a dftolamatory contest given by the gpfW. &' '0. aitkeHigh School auditorium MllFriday eteaiag Afiril 37. and received l|f4nany complimenta. Eliahaa a sweet ||Sroice and we feel proud to see. oar young girls aspiring for the highest attainments possible. She if a member t^.of class 1901. "'s Cedar Bepids has several new color ed families, bat they will not come out so we can meet...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

iMBM. El'^V.v: ^jw |r|%* DBS MOINES B'v 1 1 ,.y ftt../.jr r, w, «i?v ,' 'w'«'.., i' gf\ Tl-t ?£A h-vr ,-/-Vj:.?: &)'/ C. I4& P., GOING EAST. ARKIVB. DEPART. 9:80 p. m. Chicago LSnrtted....«^!» 4:8# p. Day E*pres» & Mall P?J 12:60 a. Night Express .M2^ li'40 p.m........Day Express *lw UJJ 11:52 a.m...... Eldon ... ..8'8S pm 3:60 p. Keokuk 7:10 am DES MOINES & FORT DODGE. #-30 p. A.Hnthven Mall & Express.l8:10ip 10:46 a. m....Tara and Fort Dod«e....4:« pm 8*J0 p. m..,.Mlnn and St. Pan!....*.00 P® 9:40 A m,.St. Paul and) Minn. Flier .8 3o a INDIANOLA & Wq/TBRSET BRANCH. liVsO a.m.. Mall 4 Pm d:40 p. m.Winterset Accommodatlon.8:4o am i:/.7:0J m.....Indl*nola Express 8.*0 a. I CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN—NORTH ir:» ».m!CbfeagiaiidSt. Paul tHn »M0 pm v,.v:.'Ckleaioa»d St. Panl Ex... Sh» a, aim -"Tirtn Cities Special.-. 8 80 am CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-SOUTH «:60 amt...Kansas City Limited....»7-)0am 11.30am .....Day ..Express 7t0 m...... ...Night Express 8 45pm CHICAGO BURLI...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

\n p. $ u^rjAi. Kk 1 4^i if '4 5 P&Sj 4* xw ft does Into: 76 Wifrfi W 0/T c. 5. ij& P., aowiQ EAST. |GF If^MtHIVB. CHICAGO BURLINGTON & QUINCY Pass.*3'l5 am w- flBg pORyXHE *i' tV «v E V. ODDEST 1 ftS1 r. •.. •-. aOliOI^ED JOURNAL ?& •. ''****•,% 'j, Counties in Iowa ''i#'1^39 Statesin th£ Union 2 Foreign Countries. fa»\, ifv"W' ^px liltJ urn in, Iow jCgHS- pdencl frbm many'diffi DBS MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS. :D®PAKT- 7" »:Wp: m. ...Moago. Lotted* pm ijM u. m.. ..Day Express A Malt ..4:4% pm 18*0 BKP»M ... .*•?:» M:40 p.m.......-Day Express •4 I-JS 5,m .....Hawtaye lftmtt»a......7rf|0|m O. B. I. & P., GOING WEST. 8:90 a. m. -.. ..Denver Limited •8:S6 am p. m...NlghtLimlted Express..«:» am 'M:40 nl m........Day Express .....*18:80 p.m ,\m a. m. Rooky Mountain Limited.*4:00 am t, m...........». PaitMatU. C. R' J, & P. TO KEOKUK. 11:53 a. .. ..Eldon.... .v... ..# n* 3i80 p. m.....iv.... Keokuk..., .......7:10 am DKB MOINES & FORT DODGE. b:30 p. u.Bnthven Mall...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

ws\ 1 »1}l& Is Sk1 *. *U" r^ W' j*k, 1 A .. A-J\ "5 4 CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) Drunkt Not a bit of it Did 70c ^•,-tww'W Torrevo drunk? I did i)Ot I ,,'tell you It was a put op Job. Torrevo ®jVkntm yon always looked at the ie f^wolces and taHjr.eol he played this ^'^fjlttle cum for yon to see how well the xf \*of wrote. He knew jrour anxiety to the work done well woold do the 'v '«st Bat wbat'a the 9*e standing Herd talking? He's gone, and getting farther •way every minute." "We must. follow—but in wbieb -taction?" "In which direction? Why. Iq what direction would be go but toward bia •lly, Torrero. tbe »traitor? He haa «one back to tbe 'Black Cat'" "He may have gone toward Buenoa Ayres." "Not he. What could be do there? I tell you, the bargain included the safety of Torrero. Tbe boy baa gone back to Join Torrevo, and the 'Black Cat' will sail for Buenoa Ayrea with bese two precioua fellows on board." "I will order horses. We can reach the 'Black Cat' before morning. Tbey •will...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

klf IfTOMTTCCU'ITU ^^'MotfR^May 4,1900. «tioa wioir *h« i°wa Tadonsl: irwwflfiring states aroyvhas te«" brought jie state audltor^aad is now in ^4ei^na*/,a. ruling, if time MHnik of the&tscbarged have been diiminf that t}»ey entitled to. national gward piay in fit'lon teethe United Steteaafmy pay eived from the (rovernntent. A ,)b a! dtimi fian .been filed with auditor setting forth these claims fbehalf,of wrernl mem Iters of Com Jiy M«Pof the. Forty-ninth Jowa. ie claims are ftled by Elu John i,of Maquoketa.as attorney for the ,j| wants. The names of the claim tats are Alrthur darkey, John Niniu, rilliaiaL, Coster, Frank VanEmburg, lines p. VahGmburg, tieorge Hopius |nd Site G. Johnson, Mr. Johnson ras captain of Company M, Mr. Foster ras quarter master serpeant, Mr. iarkey twa* a private and Mr. N"im« a pirate and artificer.' .Information of a definite character iias been received in Des Moines,to the fffecf^ that Smith McPheraon, ap jintea to succeed Judge VVoolsoa pa the fed...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

..1 i' s, t!' '1 iji^mirr^M^tAVbiM rji,t, tto&'sfc :$b' ^Uu FRIDAY, MAY 4. A first class dry goods store with ftrillinery and dressmaking departments, opened in Clarks ville,Ky., recently. Abooi: forfj" qolpred mJ&n and '|v women are at present (employed W* in the Ceiisas office. More will be given places as the demands of -f'*/ business increase W'' fa' In 1896 George Washington Jones, of Hill City, was elected Co Atty. by a fusion of democrats and populist. In 1898 he was re-elect ed by an increased majority. The strangest thing about it all is that Jone6 is a Negro. He has made a splended record and has won the title oi "whitest Negro in Kansas." The most gifted Negro artist. Mr. Henry O Tanner, has succee ded in capturing a most enviable prize at Philadelphia. This is the Walter Lippincott prize of $300 for the best figure painting exhib. ited by an American artist in the Pennsylvania Academy of fine art Colored farm hands are leaving Georgia by the hundreds, and the pla...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

,. I** §k -fca £Whe •tail *V 9i^ I 1 sivT :1 Ptti] \. •"'•, 1 n&W $?.A Td ... I V" (Mb, FRIDAV. MAY 4. RACE m- A first cUis dry goods store with ftrillinerjr and dressmaking departments, opened in Clarke •iUe,Ky., recently, Ci "'^Aboat forty colpred men and women are at present (employed in the Gehsns office. More will be given places as the demands of business increase. In 1896 George Washington Jones, of Hill City, was elected Co Atty. by a fusion of democrats and populist. In 1898 he was re-elect ed by an increased majority. The strangest thing about it all is that Jones is a Negro. He has made a splended record and has won the title ot "whitest Negro in Kansas." The most gifted Negro artist. Mr. Henry O Tanner, has succee ded in capturing a most enriable prize at Philadelphia. This is the Walter Lippincott prize of $300 for the best figure painting ezhib. uuooi p«c—wmnw nmroy ited by an American artist in the Pennsylvania Academy of fine art Colored farm hands are leaving B»...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 May 1900

tr4 *i f't'C I .r .i 'i ).• j&i Mfj® imafok* A first clssr dry goods store with ftrilUnery and dressmaking departments, opened in Clarks ville.l pssa« women are at 1896 George Washington Jones, of Hill City, was elected Co Atty. by a fusion of democrats and populist. In 1898 he was re-elect* ed by an increased majority. The strangest thing about it all is that Jones is a Negro. He has made a splended rocord and has won the title ot "whitest Negro in Kansas." The most gifted Negro artist. Mr. Henry O Tanner, has succee ded in capturing a most enviable prize at Philadelphia. This is the Walter Lippincott prize of $300 for the best figure painting exhib. ited by an American artist in the Pennsylvania Academy of fine art tit July 4th, 5th and sixth The Ne gro National Democratic League will convene at Kansas City, Mo., for the purpose of formulating plans to futher the cause of Dem oracy among the Negro voters of the United States during the com ing presidential campaign and for ,th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

jVv, //I 1 ye Mill SI) ,.1BU8BRD EVBUY FBIDAY BY THR BYSTANDER M»U8«INC» COMPANY, IT I FT ANU I.0CU8T. HOOU 406 MAIIQDAHDT BLOCK. fOWA 'PHONE 899. I firnCUL PAPER OF THE AFBO AMBK1CAB PKO XKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. orFlCIAX. PAPBR OF THB MOST WOHSHIITUL DNITK1) OK AND LODUE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TflitMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Bix mouths Tbaee mouths All aubscriptloa payable in advance. has rained «xcept Every ated on general next $1-®9 J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. monty by pottoffloa witr, aoiif •rtar, iiprm or draft, to Tx IOWA Irin IfifAinitt PablUhibt Compu/ Oonmanlcationi mmt b« wrlttan oa OM ot tha paper only and ba of lmtaraat to ipublto. "Brevity ta tha aool of wit," ibar. WTo will not raturn rajaetad manuscript nlwi aooompanlad by poataga scamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PIPES. CITY NEWS It every day this week Sunday. colored voter should attend the call meeting next Friday night. Everyone should read the conference report this week. It is interest...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

trusbbd RPP". One year.. Ooauaoaloatlona mnit bo written ta OM Ma ot tfao papor only and bo of intoraat to Mko pablio. "Brarity ia th» aoul of wit," winabor. W* will not roturn rajeetod manuiorlpt laloaa aooompanlad by poataga acampa. lOIS'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS It has rained except Sunday. A recent letter from Mrs. Joseph ttte'rson of Minneapolis, Miun., states Hthat she is well and doing well. Mrs. Patterson was formally Miss Delia gpn&jv0n3 of Des Moines well known ing1 ladies. Her uncle, Ed. Comley, Winnebago visited her last Week. Mr. Ezra Patrick of Macon City, Mo., ttrrived in our city last week to visit |bisconsin, Miss Oliver. He will re 'main here indefinitely. Mrs. J. Frank Blagburn and her little daughter, Isadore, will leave Sunday for an extended visit with her relatives add friends in Lebanon, Ohio, her former home. While in Ohio she will attend the commencement exer cises at Wilberforje college her Alma Mater. Romember the Mother's Congree will commen...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

VOL. 6. BUSBBD KVBBY FBIDA.Y BY 1HR BYSTANDER PCaUSHINa COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST. BOOM 406 MAUQUAHDT BLOCK tfOWA 'PMON* 8U9. ornttAb PAPER OF THE AFHO-AMBKICAH PRO- TBOTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA OFFICIAL. PAPItB OF THB MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITttl) QKAHD I.ODGS OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TflRMS OP BUBSCBIPTtON. One year Six mo&tbs Tbaee months All subscription payable In advance We ho 'ihat every V' Bystander will read Mater. EDITOR. L. THOMPSON, J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bm*d money by po«tofflo» arte, momtf trim, »pr*n «r draft, to Taa IOWA IMI Iraunn PublUhlnf Company OMBmaalcationi most bo wrlttaa mm OM ot tfao papor only and bo of latoroat to publlo. "Brovlty la tho ionl of wit,1* ibor. MTo wtll not roturn rejected manuscript —lw» accompanied by postage scamp*. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS It has rained except Sunday. every day this week Every colored voter should attend the call meeting next Friday night. Everyone should read the conference report this week. It is intere...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

A MW'fwpi? I 1 1 4I Iowa State Bystander# MT nVSTANDKR PUB. CO. DBS MOINES, IOWA. CONGRESS. ••NAT* .. Washington, May n.—No disposition has ye* been made of the naval appropriation bill by tbe senate, but at ter an all day discussion an ureement was reached to vote on the armor Blnte section at 8 o'clock to-morrow. During to-day'sdiscussion a notable speech was deliv ered by Lodge of Massachusetts upon the necessity of building up the United States navy without delay. The speech was delivered with the vigor and earnestness characteristic of Lodge's discussion of publio questions and at tracted much attention. HOURK* flEsoher, of Wisconsin, called up the bill to amend the law to provide for commutation of travel and sustenance allowances of discharged officers and soldiers. He explained that the bill proposed to allow a uniform rate of 4 cents a mile for officers and enlisted men. It was passed. Exactly 180 private bills were passed during the day, breaking the record. SKNATB. Washin...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

11 f"!fI.'"rit rKoD •Ksr«i^tn ^iS!:'!ft"'"" V*? A crew cannot mutiny only Inst its officers. You have no busi ion this schooner. You have killed captain. We will not stand by Then take this!" said Starne, firing pistol at the man. |he ball took effect in his arm, and flittered a shout of rage. In an in lt a half dozen shots had been fired, reral of the crew were wounded. Id Lemuel Starne lay writhing on deck. |t was over in an instant. The crew if suddenly bethinking itself of it it was doing, stopped and looked Rob. f'Men," he said, "this could not be aided. This man is a wicked man. killed Torrevo,. and he would have led me. I never did anything to He wanted to kill me to get my Icle's wealth. As for that cause he bke of, it is as dead as Torrevo, dead a dead fish. If you stand by Elvin 'M ind his gang, you will probably be ihot. If they should by any chance, ria, what can you expect—after this? Too will be shot by either side. Now, you stand by me, and sail this chooner to Buenos...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

*x A, -I 1 :.'V3 ask MARSHALLTOWN ITEMS. Mrs. 1. L. Brown was called to Toledo, 1a„ on account of the death of her aiiter, 3XIm Bertha Green, which occured Fri day night. Mn. G. L. Suter and two children spent Sunday with her parents, at Albion. Her Bister, Miss Delia Howard, accompa nied bet home. Alter so long a time a wedding occurred in our oily. Mr. Chas. Gilmore, Junior, married Miss Agned Walden. Thursday, May 9th. We wish them much joy. Strangers are seen in our city everyday, dut they are not the Bort of men who make good citizens, for instead of trying to And some good employment, they are •een to stop at the "Barracks." There are a few colored people who are always growling about their condition in life. They do not seem to realize that when times are good and money is plen tiful, is the time to lay up store for ad verse circumstances. No one knew Dr. Nicols until he be came health offleer. Now everybody knows him at sight. There are no cases of Smallpox among the colored...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

vU^Jy W" c. R. I & P., GOING EAST. ARRIVE. DEPART. 9:30 p. Chicago Limited......*9:3? pm 4.*99 p. Day Express & Mall ..4:45 12:B0 a. Night Express *U:» 18:40 p. Day Express *1 -00 ^SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TfiK ODDEST COLOf^£D IOWA and the leading paper in the North-west. It Goes Into 76 DBS MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS. Counties in Iowa 29 Hftwkeye Limited 7:00am C. R. I. & P.. GOING WEST. 8:30 a.m. ..Denver Limited •8:35 am 9:05 p.m...Night Limited Express..6:40 am 12:40 p. Day ExpreBS .. ..•18:60 pm 3#5 a. m.Rocky Mountain Limited.*!:00 am •11:40 a. Pas' Mail C. R-1. & P. TO KEOKUK. 11:52 a. Eldon 8:55 pm 3:50 p. Keokuk 7:10 am DES MOINES & PORT DODGE. 6:30 m.Rutbven Mail & Express. 12:10 10:46 a.°m....Tara and Fort Dodge....4:45 8:30 p. m....Minn and St. Pain... .*9:00 «:40 a. m..St. Paul and Minn. Flyer .8:30 am INDIANOLA & WINTERSET BRANCH. 11:80 a. Mail 4:40 6:40 p.m.Winterset Aceommodatlon.8:46 am 7:05 p, Indicnola Express 8:40 a. CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN—NORTH ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

T^,» l!, kt wx 1 3 f:v:1 I 'I ii 3 'i'- ":i- 1 '.f V! •.m. JOBBED FOBTHEPOOR 1 *ll:P:ilti' MARY GLENN WAS ONE OP THE MOST NOTED THIEVES. 4a tacldent tn Her E»rly Uto Led Her to Adopt the Occupation of Bobber Mamas of K«tpla| the Miserable One*. In a lonely, wretched hovel near Aedwood, Texas, two workmen recent ly found the body of Mary Glenn, the most uoted highwaywoman the world has ever known. She was born in Philadelphia, and until 16 years old enjoyed all the advantages that fond and moderately well-to-do parents could give. Then her parents died and she had to fight the battle of life alone. She was the oldest child of the family, and her brothers and sis ters were dependent upon her. She found employment, and her work brought to her observation the misery and sufferings of the poor. Her noble, generous heart was touched, and she devoted her spare time and as much of her earnings as possible toward the re lief of these suffering people. She so licited aid from the wealthy and ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

•Mil DNmluOM) CotaeA Turkey the unit of Ttlue is the atre which it divided into forty _^B while the para is divided into keeMpea. As the piastre is only rtb 4.4 cents, the para is worth a lie more than a tenth of a cent, and asp* is worth a trifle over one jenty-seventh of a cent. When an serican in Turkey wants to feel rich, goes forth and buys some 2,700 pes, which £e spends with lavish ad over the bargain counters of tbi Cental bazaars. The Title of HOBOIW |TWO worklngmen were looking at illustrated paper containing por ralts of heroes of the war in South [frica. On coming to a picture ord Roberts, one of them read out: pFleld Marshal Lord Roberts. V. C., }. C. B. What's G. C. B. mean, Jim?" "Why, 'generally called Bobs,' bf course. Didn't you know that?" inswered his friend scornfully.—An* •wers. SortlnK Hog'* Bristles in OhlD» An example of patient industry is the sorting of hogs' bristles as It Icarried on at Tlen-Tsin, China. Each bristle of the 600,000 kilograms ex ported fr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 May 1900

'1?, V" 1J t»ij 1 wi f| Ul 1 Iowa State Bystandefc »T BI8TANDKB POll' ()#. DES MOINES, 'V IOWA. FRIDAY, MAY 18. BISHOP HARTZELL ANTI-BOER. A Leading Methodist Divine Pleads the Cause of Eng land in South Africa. Chicago, May 3.—Bishop J. C. Hartzell pleaded the cause of the Briton in the Transvaal before an audience that almost filled the Au ditorium. He spoke from imprss iona gained by personal observa tion ot conditions in South Africa from personal acquaintance with .President Kruger and his advisers and knowledge of the law by the government. Bishop Hartzell in part spoke as follows: Not one half of the Boers of South Africa are iu arms againtl England. More then half of the Dutch in South Africa live in Cape Colony and Natal and. outside of a few thousand along the northorn edge of these colonies adjoining the Orange Free State, while.deep ly sympathizing on account of race and blood ties with their Dutch friends who are fighting England, they yet protest their loyalty to Queen...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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