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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 1 September 1916

if: rO REDUCE MIAE TOLL Uncle Sam Makes Earnest Effort to Prevent Loss of Life. Three New Safety Stations Are Es tablished, Equipped With Spe cially Constructed—Cars for Rescue Work. Uncle Sam is making nn earnest ef fort to reduce the loss of life thnt re sults from accidents in the mines of the United States and at the same time to develop the mining industry to still greater proportions than it has already attained. To this end the department :f the interior has begun carrying out the provisions of an net of congress which provides for the establishment if ten mining experiment stations and seven mine-safety stations in addi tion to those already established. Ap propriations are available for only three of the safety stations and three of the experiment stations, but the other will be provided for by subse quent appropriations. Secretary of the Interior Lnne has announced the location of two of the three mining experiment stations and three mine-safety stations. The first of the ...

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

*. •,ii !&'- Ri &• ', $ a YiX f% i?f a gVJ-t+J .^WORTING COLUMN. ft&L ^m. P- Howartf. One of the alma of this column will be to keep o«r iwkn posted from time to time on the athletes of our nee participating in athletics of a higher calibre and especially those competing in colleges and universities. ,T)us week We are introducing to you Mr. C. L. Abbott of the South Dakota State college. Few of us knew .that right next to us here in South Dakota waa a race athlete who for four years was all state center. Ab bott weighs less than 170 pounds and looks more like a plow hand than a football player. Besides being all state center for four years he won his letter four years in baseball, four years in track, competing in the Drake relays at least twice, and four years in basketball, being captain of the team last fall, his senior year. Be sides all of this athletic competition Abbott has worked his way through South Dakota State university and graduated with high scholastic hon...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 September 1916

ft .r 1 „*v UBLISHERS the By.. as sec- ad I I- |S% I 4,'5 5 "U h"\ N vt, fDER ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 13 Mrs. Henry Brown of Indianola N. A. A. spent a few days in the city as th« guest of Mrs. W. Cottoms. Miss Ora Wathall and sister, Mrs. May, of Knoxville, Iowa, attended the Virginia picnic Monday. Miss Jobournese Redmon has re turned home from St. Joe, where she spent most of the summer. Wanted—A good home for an or phan girl 13 years old, small for age. Address Bystander. Mrs. Edna Davis} 127 Jefferson avenue, is a guest of Mrs. Cora Broyles at Sedalia, Mo., this week. Miss Mildred Griffin will entertain all members of the High School Girls' club Sunday afternoon, September 10, at her home, 1513 Walker street. The Mary Church Terrell club will meet Monday night with Mrs. Audrey Alexander. There will be an examin ation on Geiraind Enid from begin ning to line 427. Our collector will call on the...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 September 1916

t: pr t\ eti f, Jt W the midM of a sentiment lie unwittingly enMed ainong tli* race he endeavored to the very last to ele vnte. Booker T. Washington I* no more and hit work of stupendous* proportion follows him. Perhaps we fdwil not see his like again In this generation. There will rise up ninny who wlH try to Imitate his manner leadership through sycophnncy, but there will be few who will do so with the sincerity of purpose which prompted his. every action for the betterment of his people and the whole country. Dr. Washington was born In a sec tion of tills country, nod lived nnd labored in It, in an age and time that required a sqbtlety that only those who are brought up In it with the white man can use to enable them to succeed in an undertaking neces sitating their constant presence among southern people. This subtlety Dr. Washington possessed in a remarkable degree. He knew how to tickle the white man of the south, to cause him to lnugh, and when he laughed to get what he neede...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 September 1916

UNUSUAL DESIGN FOR SMALL HOME Excellent Balance Is Maintained Between the Exterior and the Interior. HAS SEVEN LAR6E ROOMS Yet It Has the Appearance of a Little Bungalow and There Is No Sugges tion of Crowding—Many Con veniences Provided. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford GlMt-POKrt lut'U will arm wo questions and give advice FREE OK COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author arid Manufacturer, he Is. without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie avenue. Chicago, 111., and only encloso two-cent stamp for reply. There are few people who do uot de Kire'an air of coziness In their home that suggestion of snugness which seems part of the little bungalow and extends an Invitation to all who puss by to come Into the little home where comforts are provided in every nook and corner. This quality suerus to ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 8 September 1916

1 afe'V* ATHLtTIC COLUMN. By P. Howard. Column" this tVMt ptearare in intro­ ducing to you Mr, w. H. Kendel. Mr. Kendel—Mr. Unfa, Yea, sir, Mr. Xandel an 3KS, werTinch. team also did some excellent fielding. Batteries: For Riverview, Good win and Flinn for the Giants, Hays, Moore and Brown. He plain a half for th* Springfield Y. M. C. A. collage, and daring proper sea J01™ *®Pjeeenta college in baseball, basketball and track. As a matter of fact K«adcl is taking the physical training coorae at Springfield, which makes it inptritin that he study all the major sports and the minor ones f8. *o»or«d that Kendel is being groomed to take charge of the physical training department at Fisk isn't Kendel's athletic ability, nor his prospects for a great future that Inspire us most, but we'ed just like to say that Kendel is the most polished, refined and gentleman ly young man that we've ever met. It wasn't our privilege to see Lord Chesterfield in, his younger days, but "fc® to say if the cel...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 September 1916

m* .•••«$* M$^% XXIII No, 14 Mrs- Deiia Matthew quite ill this week. Rev. S L. Birt, John Walker and C. B., Woods will leave Tuesday morning to attend the annual conference in Chicago Sept 20th. Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Lucas, 2618 6th avenue, entertained at dinner last Sun day Mesdames Mary E. Morton and D. M. Mu&n of Council Bluffs, wlio were spending a two weeks vacation in our city They returned home Thursday. All persons holding tickets to fancy work are requested to beat the skating rink Friday, Sept. 22nd. THOMPSON HOTEL GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs* C. Webb, Boone Thos Washington, Keokuk C. W. Dodson, New York City Dr. L. Dewey, Lake Okoboji M. F. Fields, St Louis E. Moor**, St. Paul David Seay, U. S. Tenth Cavalry Dr. Jas. H. Morris, New York. Rev. J. E Roberts and Mrs. G. W. Stanton, delegates from Corinthian Baptist church to the Baptist Associa tion at Centeryille, returned home last week and reports a splendid session. The same officers were elected, except the office of correspo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 September 1916

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Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 September 1916

s£-i\ BOYS WASHINGTON'S HEADQUARTERS TO PRESERVE IT TO THE ^place Into had been fuHClriuted, even as a boy in MirhlgnA. xvlth the old woodcut repre sentation ill Frescott's "History of the The inscription on a monument placed near the house on June 14. 1894, by the New York State Society. Sons of the American Revolution, re lates that here on August 14. 1781, Washington planned the Yorktown campaign, which brought to a trium phant end the war for American inde pendence. And that opposite this point. May 8. 1783, a British sloop of war fired 17 guns in honor of the Americiw commander, in chief, the first salute by Great Britain to the United States of America. Memorable Conference. The memorable conference which was fraught with such significance and led to the evacuation of American soil by British troops lasted several days, and during that time the Dobbs Ferry honse was carefully guarded by sev eral companies of soldiers, while mounted messengers carried dispatches hourly to the C...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 15 September 1916

w* im 4 .(«K^ FCL »iii ,i fe f-J 5* y^Pty ^y^nytim. At last the dmr put Ax The Maroons met last Tuesday and •ifffaJ Herbert Whitfield captain. Goacfc Alfranrirr was officially intro duced to the hoys and made a short t»Br fftHitf plans for the coming, season, first ptactice will be held in Twenty-lint s«mI High next SumW at 2 IBU The boys will meet on Crater mH go over in a body. The Maroons nmmtm \t m- COLUMN. *«&$*•»»*. e-22-Ji-i4— M+*m'H you hit '«m low oM wflut gm tmderw ay.' Alreeny MMkfi an beginning to yiek their awk, The guy that told yen lastmbumt tfcat he was a foot ball playw Ml got to show you now or else joia the Aaanias chib. Indicatioaa «r* that West will sweep the Mi thia year. She has an unusual aaaetmidf f«^lVint niii**"'*1 They say wb«e there's smoke there mast be am. ft*£ Where "Stub" Stewart j§ there also is a football team. Not* sad! We have heard of fireleaa cowan, though. You op a lively scrap. our last writing ten colored boys were ant At having this tim...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 September 1916

iv t' tP?*' i$v&^ ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 15 Mr. Ensa Morgan, now located at Calgary, Alberta, Canada, has ac cepted a position playing in an orches tra in a winter resort. Mrs. Mattie Brooks has returned home from Cleveland, Ohio, after a month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Emanuel are the prond parents of a ten pound boy, born Monday evening. Mrs. Wm Hampton, 1009 12th street was taken to the Methodist hospi this week for an operation. Miss Mngnolia Sears entertained at a dancing party for Mr. Paul McCn who left Saturday to resume his studies ot Fisk university. A large crowd of young peoule were present and all en -^oyed-'tlte evening. On last Thursday evening Miss Rach .el Elliott entertained the members of Iorial club and a few friends at the home of Mrs. John C. Coleman on 20th street. The affair was given compli mentary to her cousin, Mrs. Nichols of Oakland, Cal. Rshersals for the recit...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 September 1916

**v fi-, #£i #1 i?r it •I Thomas K. Taylo^,- secretary of fhe ^oredm the Young Men's Christian association. whoso resignation fii tendered some time ago, win fetcoae Hmtirj of the New York August 20 to take up Us work there. P. K. De Frantz, Who taUbeenJRiyglcal director of the colored branch for the last three years, has beeo appointed acting secretaty until the1position can be tilled iwrounefttly,'reports the Indlan npoliS New%l/^'%/ .• The branch to"New York Is in Fif ty-third street and tlie property is vaiued at 975,000. -The board of man agement rwWemiy boOght a lot In One Hundred and Thirty-fifth street, and work un a $110,006 building will be be gun la Navehther'. Mr. Tfcyler'arMlgaatlon has been deeply regretted by those interested in the succeSeof the t. M. c! A. branch here. He caine here to 1905 when the lutKoclatioa W« Its Headquarters In rented property 'tn North California street, Ud 4h«n Were only 17 mem bers. Doctor Hum owns was president of tl* Jmaardaf aiaaagenien...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 September 1916

v" UNCLE SAM, UND ', BUSY MAN Real Estate Business of Govern ment Has Increased in Recent Years. WESTERNER DIRECTS AFFAIRS Clay Tallman, Chief of Federal Gen. eral Land Office, Believes Great est Achievement Has Been in Lessening Delays. In spite of the fact that millions upon millions of acres of the public i.omain have beeL settled by home seekers under the federal homestead net and It 1ms been generally supposed that the greater part of the public lands have beea occupied. Uncle Sam's real estate business continues to be quite active. In fact. It has grown steadily during the past few years, according to reports which re cently have beety made public. As there is still left more than a quarter of a billion acres in the public do main, it is not expected that the gov eminent will go out of the real estate business for some time to come. The manager of Uncle Sam's real estate business Is Clay Tallman of Nevada, who' was made chief of the HiRRiS & EWiHG Clay Tallman. general lan...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 22 September 1916

VjH .••' Mr. v€l (," te: I'**' k- vn: k? ti.SK? rv,*, tz u. 4. NBW8. •. -t Hob nut at the on Monday •WMWI who has been ill 1 HOUM t' T!V for aeveral weeks «•*•»Ort.kx..- this week by ,fcU diaxktor, bpckner had been '. employed as .Iraad eKik at the Cramer House fm*ev«ral yearn. All Week quit* immber of Hitman f. peopl* ha»e been coming to Albia to attend the carnival at Urban Park. Mra Chas Cattlxfn, Miss Carry Rm* dolph, and Mr. Laka Motel were Son day viaiton in AlMa,. I Mr. Percy Siyith has returned from the eaat anil entered the State uni versity at' Iowa «ity leaving Albia it Sunday morning. flav ^Organ faft Albia for the an oual conlerenee iri Chicago on Sunday 5 evening: The Stewarda af th* A M. E. church gay«t a social at the church for benefit 6f tho pastor on onday even .iag, Eadi cmb and church nociety made the paatur a donation of from $1 tot*. "tW ••"•. 4*T. PLEASANT, IOWA. Tba Stawarleaa of the A M. E. ~«hurcfc g«*« a social for the benefit of the putter, B. -F. Hubbar...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1916

9 A. 1.) rovidena urn fro4 Hamilti me. oprieti Dougli homeo Chicagi ed. The) at' ish thei N HOL NT. or- NDER a, EDITOtf EH 22, 1916 by the By. ompany, &«, in Chemid nth and Mu]. alnut 890. W. U. Grand 6 A. M., aad Congress of of America, Association office see- Prir" All I d. PONDBNT8.I he writtenl er only audi Hc. "Brer. I emember. xTTION. $1.6(1 .751 i0| ected manu.1 ed by post-| jffice order,! raft, to Thel ble in adJ ider is urna! pv cstablia nearly owa. followil Sis P:i':' ,VTt t% |«P V- Mr. display adi. ch insertion! contracts, lj advertising ach insertion, a line. For cieties when one-half of en. For pro nnouncement I etc., terns I on. All ad* I advance, first clan I 5TL#., A*"- vr» n,*Y lA 4 i« 4 ADVERTISE in this paper The B«»t and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 16 Miss Carrie Watkins, the daughter of Mrs. Mollie Watkins, left Wednes day for Mt. Bayou, Mississippi, to teach school this school year. M. J. Bradford, the proprieto...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1916

5r*l V3U if When Booker-' 'Washington pub lished his account of his own llfo 15 years ago, at th« moment the National Negro Business Imkm Rive him The steady advance of the American Negro is a conspicuous proof of the principle that progress can be had by peaceful methods. Teat by year Tns kogee institute issues a "Negro Year Book," which is a sort of log of the forward movement of the. race. The 1916 edition has faafbeOalssued. Al the particular moment'the mat ter Is one of unusual national impor tance because of the new migration which is sending Negroes from the South to the northern and western states. The European war seems to be opening closed doors to the race. With the stoppage of immigration aud the actual dearth of labor in some fields fresh opportunities have come to the farm workers of the South. Ne groes are replacing aliens from many nations. This industrial migration will doubtless have far-flung effects. If It advances sufficiently it may lessen the tension of the ra...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1916

s- II 5? Is ...• Tho main facte in Booker Wasliin ton's career aye well known: Ilow he was bora in a slave hut in re mote part of western Virginia, year or two before the Civil war broke out how after the war his stepfather and mother (his father Is unknown) re moved to Mnlden, W. Va., to work there In salt and coal mines how, held back by his step-parent but encouraged by Ms mother, he learned to read and attended night school how In 1872 he walked, begged, and worked his way to Hampton institute and how after his graduation from Iluinptou, the path of opportunity apeued before him when in 1881 he was appointed organizer and teacher of a new Negro normal school at Tuskegee. Many may not know that the roost Important day in his later career was that on which he delivered an address in 1805 at the Atlanta and Cotton States In ternational exposition—due for which President Cleveland sent him a letter of thanks A few doubtless know that the last ten years of his work were done with a b...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1916

I Pi r%\ For the first time in the war ma I leavers of the navy account has been taken of the possibility of hostile spies working in our navy yards and coal packets. Rear Admiral Benson has pot bis finger on the spot which has long been declared weak by secret service men and certain members of congress who have been endeavoring to procure an Increased appropriation for a secret service which more close llf approximates the Intelligence de partment of European and Asiatic na tlcBS, says the New York Herald. Many Spies in United States. Jast how realistic are the condl Itions hypothesized, by Rear Admiral I Benson In the recent war game is I shown by the statement of a man high I la the United States secret service I that there are scores of known foreign [spies In the United States. If war should be declared on the I United States today by any one of [four European or one Asiatic power, •the telegraph Instruments In the office let the secret service, Washington, would click out a m...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1916

For the first time In the war ma I Mirers of the navy account has been •taken of the possibility of hostile spies I working In our navy yards and coal [packets. Rear Admiral Benson has Ipat bis finger on the spot which has llong been declared weak by secret •service men and certain members of looDgress who have been endeavoring Ito procure an Increased appropriation Ifor a secret service which more close approximates the Intelligence de partment of European and Asiatic na |tlOBS, says the New York Herald. Many 8piea in United States. Jast how realistic are the condl |tions hypothesised by Rear Admiral enson in the recent war game is own by the statement of a man high |a the United States secret service bat there are scores of known foreign pies in the United States. If war should be declared on the sited States today by any one of |four European or one Asiatic power, telegraph instruments In the office the secret service, Washington, rould click out a message that ould cause the arr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 29 September 1916

1 IOWA. ftf Dm Mohiea in town Monday H»_:Wma a gueat of Mr. and Mri. W«#3||fj10II1pl9n Jimmfe0rowd*r came down from Grinnell Utardtf morning to vUl*. at tta porantal Gsowder home and to takoin tNIWf/'Jp.' Mra. Bthel FIeMa who came here a week or ton daya ago with her father, Grant Backiwr from Albia, left Wed nesday toy Dea Moines. Mra. Iran* Davis died Friday at the city hospital. Funerai services wft? held from thf St. .Mary Catholic church and interment |n the Catholic cemetery Father Loftus officiated. Theodore R. Penney, probation officer juvenile division Municipal court of Philadelphia, Penn., and Earnest of Rock Island, 111,, were guests of their parents, Rev. and Mrs. E J. Penney. Hf-Petmey witl feenrre Tues­ day nigh tat W«*«lyn Chapel church, Oct. 3rd, under the auspices of the Mother'a club. Everybody invited. Arimissioii fraifel Mrs. Ge6 ¥oi^njt.cif Des Moines is the gaestof MrvlSd* Jones on North 5th street,' In an' effort to save her dog from being run over by a M. &a...

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