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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 February 1916

r% •m' IS GUM TO THEJfflSH ARMS Makes Most Remarkable Stand Against Overwhelming Force of Bulgars. DIDN'T KNOW THEY HAD LOST Allied Division Slowly Pushed Back but Exacts Awful Toll in Slaugh ter for Every Yard—Machine Guns' Fire Is Murderous. London.—Although the government bas repeatedly been pressed to nive the country the story of the stand of the Tenth (Irish) division against overwhelming forces of the Bulgars in Macedonia before the retreat of the allies to Saloniki, the United Kingdom, and Ireland in particular, is still wait tag for the official account of the ac tion, which, though it ended adversely, will rank among the finest exploits of British arms. The Weekly Dispatch publishes the itory of how the Irish regiments stood their ground against wave upon wave of Bulgars, mowing them down with rifle and machine guns to the accom paniment of shouts of "Stick it, Jolly boys give 'em hell, Connaughts!" The account fills more than a page of that newspaper, and the following ar...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 18 February 1916

tm •all w^S' V* f-v fc| fe.: wM te" A l, 4 *4 ill ft*, ft. OteMk Tnrimmbm ^T5&t|-*»* to «•*rS' XXMrtir n, mty, litttfcwuttk 1^7 tory, wa» Jwrj lOy «r 3few Y«w'a!#W1 m2LJi*L y1f" Ilto *rer been, or that we have ever celebrated, or that has ever been re corded in history. OUB CHURCHES. Where To Worship. Asbory M. E. church, 777 Eleventh street. Morning' service at 11 o'clock. 'Sunday school at 10 o'clock. iBt. Paail's A. M. E., corner Second and Center. Morn in? eenrtee at 10:45 o'clock. iWto sot tfeat ha*# a t*nie»nr to ki^kly- ^L. e«a#e a M)aj( of hnmfftty wr ckynbt or coald not send totorf#rfty, btemtm w« were owre, anything that woold hare been more atave? P«fhafW it woatd also have appreciated. It is simple beaotifol as eteet «n the ytmtsge* generation' piore the things that caused or brought atoot thto awfol Inhoman ram and Kvesiiuf cervices at 7:30 o'clock,. Epworth League at 6:30 o'clock. Rev- W. L. Lee, Pastor. Sunday echool at 1:16 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 o'c...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 February 1916

hbub itor 1V16. ST frisky the mat ot allow hile get in condi inkles in not com reader. tertained onday of ined the of this at his Htumwa, with herj n, under I heat ley I a suc-j med to of last! nts, Mr. aughter| nday in ker oi of MrJ Monday ng hen months! Mrs] ebruar loss hisl ln, MoJ here bjj of Mrl of Van| kuk. enter! SaturJ Craig's t. ed at ning in Ottum-j fined td S. Bj wag Edwai ComJ am Virl ad Miss sactedl Aftea by tha proj church ary sol oosa il sister! on thl use dIan! 1 Sf. Ha W6| ng IV... Ik: s. i, rrc A DER W' '.V "V% w"« ',1? ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 36 Dr. Jefferson is having electric lights installed in his home at 1322 Day street. Atty. S. Joe Brown spent last Fri day. in Clarinda, where he installed the officers of the 0. E. S. Mr. J. H. Shepard is improving nicely, which will be good news to his jnany acquaintances over Iowa. Mrs. H. E. Jacobs, who has been sick, is convalescent. Th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 February 1916

fl. »a*Sv"* --1' ?.•'"• W''7fe In the death of this au (Booker T. Wuhinitoa) not only his own race but the nation sustained severe loas. Born a slave, with no advant aes except hi# ova native ability, be rose from obscurity to the highest eminence of American •citizenship. An educator of the highest rank, an au thor of repute, aa orator of distinc tion, an American who conferred bon or and dignity upon the republic. I bad the privilege of knowing Doc tor Washington and felt instructed and encouraged by the lucidity of bis statements, the breadth and liberality of his convictions and the optimistic uplift that he gave to me when speak ing of the down-trodden and perse cuted Jews of other countries. He said to me one day with a great deal of feeling, and without any spirit of egotism: "If It has been possible un der the guidance of Divine Provi dence for me to be of helpfulness to my own people, under conditions of the most adverse character, bow much more la to be expected from your ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 February 1916

ST" "SBf wr»- *%V'V PlfHTY OF DOOM Constructed With the Idea of Accommodating a Fairly Large Family. EXTERIOR INWHITC AND GRAY perch Construction Hat Been Han dled In a Way Somewhat Out of the Ordinary—Caaement Win dows Afford Beat Light and Ventilation. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Xr William A. Radford will answer mjejtlona and give advice FREE OF COST on all atlbjeeta pertaining to the lubject of building:, for the readers of thla On account of his wide experience Su^gdltor, Author and Manufacturer, he H, without doubt, the highest authority all these subjects. Address all inquiries ta William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie toenue, Chicago, 111., and only enclose dro-cent stamp for reply. The accompanying floor plans and perspective show an attractive bunga low that contains plenty of room. On the ground floor there are five rooms, Including two bedrooms, and there are tlM three other bedrooms on the sec end floor. This arrangement makes this a good house for quite 4-famlly. The exterior...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 25 February 1916

4 t^y ^W-yj1 immuui MO. tiiilaa im Jteasrc. f3^d» mritonm- Smubft 7ti'""T *wZ?UBf tmrdmB Clinton, Iowa Us TM ftei Faalt With Everybody? Jin irrit*bi«, fault-finding disposi tion is often doe to a disordered stomach' A man with good digestion is Marly always good natured. A fftat many have been permanently tirarft"i tar Chamberlain's Tablets aftwr years of suffering. These tab* let* atmtftben the stomach and en able ft to perform its functions nat tifoily. Obtainable everywhere. IOWA CITY, IOWA. On Saturday night, February 12th, the Kappa Alpha Psi will initiate all new members and install new officers. During the early part of the evening ihey will entertain the young women the university. Mrs, Moore, chap eron*. 1- Mrs, Kooro will entertain at dinner Wed»«day evening. Dr. Lowry took his degree for den­ til surgery February 7th at the reg uler mid-y«ar convocation. We con gratulate Dr. Lowry and wish for him the greatest success. The Q, B. U. I. met with Miss Mc laiit last Saturday....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 March 1916

I'Jf" -t4' Rev. V' wm&W'* ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 37 Ut. Elmer Benton spent ore day in Dowell. The name of Mrs. Mayme $igourney, Is., on business. Jnckson has been added to the roll. Jehn Wright of Buxton spent one jty in our city on business this week. Mr. W. Baker is still in the coal ba«inesB at 751 W. 9th street. Give fcjm your orders. W. *v. Ewing and wife spent ]ut Sunday in Bedford, la., where the reverend preached. Mrs. Chas. Comley of Webster City is in our city this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Straughter. Rev S. Bates was sick last week but it improving at this writing. Mrs. Bates is quite sick with the la grippe. Mrs. Ed Reeves received word that her daughter, Mrs. Mary Jackson is improving nicely, which is good news to her many friends., Tlje WomanB Suffrage club will b» held Monday night at 317 Locust street, J. B. Rush's law office. Business of importance, so members please b...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 March 1916

\f s' k' %i ri J. ft 4 mm Y- d£' 1 More than a quarter of a contury ago, at PrinceM Anne.Md., on what was formerly an old slave plantation, was founded Princess Anne academy (easteni branch of Maryland Agricul tural college). This school waa es tablished for the expressed purpose of the industrial training of the Ne groes of the state of Maryland, as Its name implies. Its beginnings were meager, but, like the biblical grain of mustai seed, It has grown and devel oped* Lbyond the most sanguine hopes of Its moat 'ardent friends. Perpetu ating forever the Booker T. Washing ton di'Otrine of efficiency and real ac complishment, we need only to cite the real work of this institution to commend it to It* friends and those who have to" dg largely with tts des tinies tor their favorable considera tion. This limited-space wjll not ad mit iff any detailed account of the work of the various departments, but the fxlowing will at least serve to •i show the kind, grade and scope of tbe work done. ...

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

The world ta ao full of a number of things, I am aure we should all be aa aa kings. Brown Sugar Pud ding.—Mix four ta blespoonfuls of or a two cupfuls ct brown sugar and when well mixed add two cupfuls of boiling water and a pinch of salt. Boil until the cornstarch Is well cooked and simmer in a double boiler Just before taking from the fire add a half cupful of walnut meats, broken in pieces. Serve cold with whipped cream. Potato Chowderw—Cut a slice of salt pork in dice and fry brown in a soup kettle. Then add three medium sized potatoes and one onion, put through the meat chopper. Add salt and pep per and dredge with flour, cover with boiling water and simmer until ten der. Add a pint and a half of hot milk, a small piece of butter and serve with toaBted crackers. Parisian 8almon,—Take a thick slice of salmon, tie it In a cloth and simmer gently in soup stock to which has been added a bay leaf, two chopped onions, a stalk of celery, one diced carrot, and some parsley Place the 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. — 3 March 1916

Sr*1 S?\ FRISK FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE. It is a pleasure to present the name of oar friend, Edwin Frisk of East Des Moines, Justice of the peace of lie etownahip, candidate for judge of the municipal court. Mr. Frisk was born forty-one years ago in Illinois, came to this town when a small boy and has spent the remainder of his life here. Admitted to the bar in 1907 and has been justice of the peace far six years. He is a good friend of the eolored race and merits your sup port. MONMOUTH, ILL. Mrs. Anna Pitts has returned home from Cave City, Ky. Mr. Bertram Searcy spent a few days visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Searcy, of Ottumwa, Iowa. Mr. Haw Stockes, one of our best citizens, passed away at his home Monday at noon. Mr. Stockes has been in poor health for some time, but liia death, was caused by contracting pneumonia. He leaves besides his wife and several children, a host of friends, pko mourn his death. rMs. Addle Johnson of Galesburg visited Sunday with Miss Essie Neil o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 March 1916

& ri "i IV I k4 |J6 mm':% JliStr: .'iW^"W*, .»7r-rr,fi'' ADVERTISE in this paper The Bcftt and only medium (hlat reaches (lie colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 38 Mrs. G. H. Griffith, 10S W. 13th and Mrs. E. A. Yeager spent last Sunday in Perry visiting the formers brothe/, Mr. A. Griffith and family. Hello, hello, for 414 2d avenue East. Call for .Mr. John S. Thomas, The Sea Food Merchant. Make shipment to any place. Patronage solicited. Address, no. S. Thomas, Albia, Iowa. The Callanan club met Wednesday the Sth at the home of Mrs. P. Stewart. Mrs. Ewlng of Centerville, Iowa, was club guest and gave a very brief and interesting talk. She is a cousin of Mr. Thornton and Amos Adams. The club adourned to meet nt the home of Mrs. Dr. Jefferson, 1322 Day street, on the :2d ot this month. Madam Robinson, Ilalr Dresser and Scalp Cleaner, of Hocking, Iowa, and agent for Madam Walker's treatment oil the scalp, has practiced in Albia, lliteman and Hocking for the past year giv...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 March 1916

F|v tp '•'"i a'' ,wV^ '4* "V. To this writer's view of the matter it jis not that the cause is less popular, •but because Of the exploitation of the ^progress of the race as a justification of what has been done for the black man—there Is too prevalent an lav pression that he is able to support his schools. It should not be so, for the colored man's per capita wealth is about seven dollars while that of his more fortunate white brother is thir .... ty-three or more. 1^ The colored man has had his chance but fifty'' years with burden some handicaps. His wage earnings have been small always as compared 'with others. He pays more for every thing and received less with which to pay. He has had more children to educate in the last fifty years than anybody else comparing his numerical strength with others of the American population. The opportunity to edu cate his children at public expense is of the most meager kind. Think of it In Georgia there 4re 1,431,812 white ..people and 1,176,987...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 March 1916

-I rl & It] rfT !i & -X\: KEOKUK ITEMS. The Autumn Leaf club met on Fri day of last week at the home of Mrs. jdell Tomlin. Messrs. Ulysses and Emery John son are on the sick list. Mrs. George Daley of Des Moines |b visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. Mary Jane Dove returned to Chicago on Thursday of last week. Mrs. George Mott is confined to her home on account of illness. On Thursday, March 16th, will be ___ old Folks Concert at the Pilgrim's test Baptist church. The mission at St. Mary the Virgin Church will begin Sunday, March 12. Mr. Wyette J. Fidler of Sioux [Falls, S. D., is in our city visiting his hister, Mrs. C. E. Beckley, and seek ing a business location, I Mr. George Bland of Watertown, [HI., is in our city, called by the ill [iliess of his mother, Mrs. Fannie !'Bland Williams. Mr. William McKinley Brooks will give a musical and literary recital on [Tuesday, March 14. Miss Frances Reeder of Chicago, 111., and brother, Leo, of Madisdh, Wisconsin, 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. — 10 March 1916

The in the ^collect! the yea' from tlj| record jnore d^. quadren. is a lar our pre* board schools.- j.\ due soli commisr ing crei [that $1 source, & TothJ jls not 'but beet jprogrest of what man—tt pression schools, colored about at more fo ty-three t- The chance some hi have be 'with ot! thing a to pay. educate anybody strenftl) populatl cate his of the j, it. Is In Grf .people The ai^| white a 5M, an m. nearly jchildn •more 'tion tha The -i but i. & tant Ea|'' man cat thing lj^t him fori further later tbj selves less. It 'educate^ 'South i# throng 180.69. people 1 fctfV percent* tg|* {the chuji Sv jamounti [through. par as Terences Say. ing mu ed? If thlf plans people 1 bext qui the gre« oar whir tooln Sa On A {called {from Ni. iberla. f" joompan jknowled .lieved' can rulf lie had kings, a acres hi forthe^ This I returned way by ynany & have d{ Africa, lib pla« hief ape laugh te eath jr It/' $ rtf1-'«» 1 qr 5 His father was a union soldier, and had several other relati...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1916

'f&\ „.. -f :I§ I I PER (ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium jtbftt reached the colored [people of the middle west. XXII No. 39 liss Susie Lee, our stenographer, |s been on the sick list this week. JRev. S. Bates was in Evans, Iowa, 1st week attending the state board fleeting. Rev. J. W. Morton, pastor of the ^aptist church at Colfax, was a Capi tl City visitor last Wednesday on uainess. I The M. C. T. club will meet Mon day night with Mrs. J. C. Perkins. Lesson, third story of the Idyl of the [ings. Quotation, miscellaneous. The B. Y. W. Y. K. Art club will neet at the home of Mrs. Bryant, 1910 Eighth street, at which time Mrs. fcod% will read a paper on educa tion. Mrs. Archie Alexander will be host less to the Triple club at 830 West (Tenth street Tuesday afternoon. There will be a demonstration in candy making. Mrs. Eliza Quails who was called aere by the death of her sister, Mrs. 4ary Guinn, has returned to her home pn Lima, Ohio after an ex'ended stay rith Rel...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1916

*0. &> lift A American Brain Keeps Busy All the Time. Forty Thousand Patent* Issued at Washington Last Year—Soma lm msnMly Valuable Idaaa Among Tw*m—Clfe-Saving Float. Fqrty thousand parents were grant fed by the Unite® States patent office at Wiisbtiigtofc during 1915, an average of 800 e?IC These'ranged from du I lex voting machines to fiBhhooka, with a heterogeneous number of won derfully and* mysteriously contrived appliances In between. Linn lCugene Carpenter of East Or angri, N. J., obtained a patent for a new sort oif cheese. It has its mass Interspersed 'throughout by commi nuted^eniea.:^"^ Walter Llnde&aftn of Detroit. Mich, patented a new type of lifesaving float calctilatfed to Appeal to the aubmarine faauhted transatlantic traveler of to day. Mr. Undemann's device is a com bined mattraas and raft and free lunch counter. The mattress fits into the sleeping berth and ts quite comfortable to sleep ou. But suppose the ship should be torpedoed! The passenger goes o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1916

W TO Jn tlila world a great deal of the bit terness amongst us arises from an Imperfect understanding of one arch er. Energy and determination have done wonders many a tline. —Dickens. Why. then, methlnks, 'tis timo to smile again-Shakespeare. THE LUSCIOUS PRUNE. Prunes are so wholt 2omo, so easy to prepare and withal so reasonable in price that they should be served often in families where there are children and jrk ers who take little active exercise. Stand to your work and be wise, cer tain of sword and pen, Being neither children, nor gods, but men In the world of men. •.! —Kipling. •Usefulness Is the rent we pay for room on the earth. Don't save all your smiles for the parlor. Use a few In the kitchen. SAVORY GAME DISHES. The household where game may be jrved is indeed a fortunate one, pro viding the cook has the proper appreciation for the wonderful flavor that right cooking and nice seasoning will produce 1 Prune Sandwich. —Remove the pits from prunes that have been Boaked ev...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 March 1916

'W Efi tt ti pet' 4 (rec UK wiiiii^i /•irrirAV.*. 6 ^1vWR*^r 2^ 3^5 il'i pK* 1" wpeeN rSRVILUS NEWS. fton$w iri» cetmant day at the 8«fcoiMl«-B*ptSt church. Rev. Burton administered the Lord's supper Sun day morn in*. He also preached th-j .* annual missionary sermon Sunday afternoon and preached a soul-stL Tinff eermon Sunday night, and held Bible reading at 6:80 o'clock Sunday evening The institute lectures which R«v. Bo?toc) delivered Monday, Tues day and Wednesday v, cellenfc and did nights were ex- a remarkable lot of good to our church. They were very well attended, V- V/ Rev. Burton Is delivering institute lectures at Mystic, Iowa, Monday. Tuesday* and Wednesday nights. The MialOon Circle will meet at the home of the ex-president Thursday night. {t° There will be an entertainment given Saturday night for the general expenses of the church at the church. Sister A. L. Chittenden, chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hughes and his mother,'Mrs. Hughes, visited at /t the church Sunday mo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1916

IfjSyjP ""•""•''ff-'" ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXII No. 39 Mrs. H. E. Jacobs is able to be out this week, after a sickness of seevral onths. Mrs. James Hunley wishes to thank her friends for the many kindnesses done and flowers sent her during h-Jt sickness. Little Arthur and James Terrie, Jr., of 1414 Crocker street, are able to be out again since their illness ith the measles. The A. M. E. Altar Guild will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Smith, 950 Fourteenth Place. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Jefferson enter tained at a 2 o'clock dinner Thursday to Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Howard and Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Birt. The drama scheduled for March 23 at th eskating rink has been post poned until April 4th on account of Mr. Wm. Gray, one of our leading characters, being confined to his bed ith tonsilitis. Little Leone, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W- Strawthers on 14th Street Place, is just recovering from an attack of ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 March 1916

t, .Wflety ore out :a 14 1 1 -Af A half century of as noble and effac ing aacriflce aa was erer given in the of Christ by any set of mission aries, and for any race, haa brought Its reward. The Negro la being edu and trained Into lnduatrlal, Intel lectual, moral and aplrltual manhood womanhood. Thlrty-flve thou- Christian mlnlatera apeak to him the word of life each Lord's day, from aa many pulplta, In aa many churches of hla own. Intelligent and trained men and women' In the same churches, to the' number of over a hun ,, dred thousand aa Sunday school teachers, open up thla same Bible to "tatore than 2,000,000 children and adults. Schools have .multiplied un worj 75 out of every 100 over ten years *y of age can read and write. Five hun 'w^°! dred colleges and normal schools are the tuning out common achool teachers colo jfor the 35,000 or 40,000 schools that thai Jiouae nearly 2,000,000 of his children, shoi Nearly fourteen mllliona are expend pai( ed annually on hla education, of ...

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