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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 May 1919

F'-v '1 j?P- Y«V .*. -,:".'•.V/ Kitchen Bathroom "J **r ft !•%*&> ih t- w* ',/i.-. Insurance Department of Iowa I Des Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUB gfV LIGATION -J* 0f Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of De cember, 1918, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter t, Title 9, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies and whereas said statement Thc May Sale of: NEW LINOLEUMS Now In Progress rf'CvA .-"^ r,.*M .. Plan fo Save on Linoleum for Your Bedrooms Pantry Bring the Exact Floor Measurement Now while you are planning your house cleaning is the best time to lay new linoleum, and here at lino leum headquarters you can save considerable begin ning Friday, no matter what your requirements, Thousands of yards low priced. 85c and 90c Pro-Linoleum, Sqare Yard Twenty full rolls are offered at this reduc­ tion, including eight choice patterns. This is a felt...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 May 1919

K»t hi* •i f? ^VO­ LS 4 rj r.i ft lai "tt a* t- itr# ft v- The May Sale of" NEW LINOLEUMS mNou)'lM Vfi a Plan to Save on linoleum for Your Kitchen Bathroom Pantry Bring the Exact Floor Measurement Now while yon are planning your house cleaning is the best time to lay new linoleum, and here at lino leum headquarters you can save considerable begin ning Friday, no matter what your requirements. Thousands of yards low priced. 85c and 90c Prtt-Linoleam, Sqare Yard Twenty fall roQs are offered at this redac tion, including eight choice patterns. This is a felt base floor covering with a water proof patterned surface. No more than the above-amount can be offered choose yours FYiday. Regular qualities, square yard at $135 to $IJ$0 Print Linoleum, Sq. Yd* Nme patterns for selection, all six feet wide, Nauru's standard quality of pure cork and oU with burlap back. Choice of three grades and as modi as 400 square yards to a pat tern, regular $1*35, $1.45 and $1.60 square yard at lama Des Mone...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 May 1919

Booti'P*!' gnd read TIm| Bystander C.«***" W. XXV No. 47 Program 18thAmualSes sion /. F. C. MONDAY, 3 P. M. Meeting of officers of Iowa Federa tion. Beport of program committee. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 26. .. Citizens Night 1—Song, America. 2—Invocation, Rev. Smith. 3—Selection, Male Quartette. 4—Welcome in behalf of city, Mayor Smith. 5—Piano solo, Miss Ruth Brown. 6—Welcome in behalf of Dunbar Prog. Club, Miss Jessye E. Walker. 7—Solo, Mr, D. N. Crosswaite, Jr. 8—Welcome in behalf of churches, Rev. McAllister, 9—Selection, Girls Quartette, 10—Address, Mr. I. L. Brown. 11—Solo, Miss Glorene Humphrey. in be ha a is uadies Aid, Mrs. Sadie Warn. 13—piano solo, Mrs. Gertrude Baglan. 14—Response to welcome addresses, Mrs. A. G. Clark, 2nd vice president I. S. P. C. W. C. 15—piano solo, Mrs. Grace Humphrey. 16—Reading, Miss Mary Roderick. 17—Announcements. 18—Song, "Star Spangled Banner." 19—Benediction, Rev. Patterson. TUESDAY A. M., MAY 29. 15 minutes devotion, Chaplain Mr. A. Allen, Des M...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 May 1919

\i 51Dg a VV fr ," *r»k Bout Pay nd read Tb« Bystander XXV No. 47 Program 18thAnnualSes sion /. F. C. W.C. I pledge allegiance to 1117 flag and the Republic for which it stands. One Nation indivisible with liberty and jus to a At Marshalltown, Iowa. Motto:Sowing Seeds of Kindness." Colors: Blue tftid White. MONDAY, 3 P. M. Meeting of officers of Iowa Federa tion. Report of program committee. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 26. .. Citizens Night I—Song, America. i" 2—Invocation, Rev. Smith. 3—Selection, Male Quartette. 4—Welcome in behalf of city, Mayor Smith. 5—Piano solo, Miss Ruth Brown. 6—Welcome in behalf of Dunbar Prog. Club, Miss Jessye E. "Walker. 7—Solo, Mr, D. N. Crosswaite, Jr. 8—Welcome in behalf of churches, Rev. McAllister. 9—Selection, Girls Quartette. 10—Address, Mr. I. L. Brown. II—Solo, Miss Glorene Humphrey. —Welcome in behalf of Baptist uadies Aid, Mrs. Sadie Warn. 13—Piano solo, Mrs. Gertrude Raglan. 14—Response to welcome addresses, Mrs. A. G. Clark, 2nd vice president I. S...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 May 1919

r*. p^si *£#,r I p$: Erf1 V* W*~ "14 I r% „v.5 1 B. AH subscriptions payable in advance. Send money by postoffice order, kumey Order, express or draft, to The ^Bystander Company. Advertising rat^a for display ads, 40 cents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting six words to a line. For churches and( eecreft societies where admission ia charged, one-half of the above-men tioned rates. For professional, legal and announcement cards, yearly con 'tracta, etc., terms are gjven .on appli cation. All advertising is to be paid •is- advance* The Bystander is the only Afro Amerioan journal published in Iowa, •and the oldest west of ,the Mississippi Biver that has never missed an issue. It was established in 1894, tuxa is read by nearly all the colored people of Iowa. Official paper of the M. W. U. Grand Lodge of Iowa, A. F. & A- M., and In ternational Gtand Congress of Heroines of Je...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 May 1919

•V 'V1 •. a OTT-LOCALS FOB BENT. Three room apartment with some gar #13.00 per week. Phone Wal. 7140 FOB SAJUB. JThree 4-room houses on payments. One 3-room house with sun porch, nice place for ehickens, beautiful lawn and garden. 1 4 0 5 A PERSONAM. Ifeafrs. Wm. Smith of North Dakota was called to the city on account of the ill- ne8s and death rf her mother, Mrs. gusai Reynolds, IfirfMrs. C. A. Clegget of Ames, Iowa, was in the city a few days last week. Hiss Marjorie McGl^in and Mr. Rob ert Harris of Greenfield, Iowa, were married QUILTING. See Miss Morris for quilting at her new residence, 523 So E. 20th St. Will give prompt and good service at her mother's home, Mrs. Jane Brown. Roy E. Handy J. W. Bland Handy ^»W'v*T~J'm,p' 1(fj Cheap for cash. Phone Blkck May 4th at the home of Mrs. Bertha Hanger. Lieut. Jesse Taylor-McGuire, of the 870th Infantry,'better known as the old fcth Illinois, has been invited by Lieut, ifrovernor Moore to address the citizens of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 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. — 16 May 1919

W f% flCSN? 5? I?". *^x. ft is 1? fe" -tLv-j PH mt 11% IV -B? 1%K fc jr 'j*-5 & 7? WliUFfi PROTECTION OF HEAX/TH. By Vn. H. Harper, B. 8., M. D. •••hi* EXMTClM. "The post-slavery economic condition of the Negro was a factor in the devel opment of oar race to such an extent that the physical qualification .ranked higher proportionately for the Negro, according to army statistics, than for any other race in Amerifia." This condition was forced upon us, but we profited by it. In the working that we did and are doing in order to live, we are and have without a doubt as stated above, developed a race physi cally that has no peer in this country. The old statement that we are growing weaker and more degenerate no longer holds. If the war did no more than to show this much dnvied fact, it, as far as we are concerned, was not fought in vain. The argument that our death rate 'is greater than the whites, therefore we are a weaker, race, means very little. If all things were equal and the ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 May 1919

7^ if Vf. v- Wb I1 PROTECTION OF HEALTH. By Wm. H. Harper, B. S., M. D. '-i Exercise. "The post-slavery economic condition of the Negro was a factor in the devel pfeg'V.-Bopment of our race to sach an extent i|4:5|that the physical qualification.ranked higher proportionately for the Negro, }%•'t according to army statistics, than for ^%f «any other "race in Ameri6a." This condition was forced upon ua, sl|i|i« but we profited by it. In the working that we did and are doing in order to live, we are and have without a doubt ,as stated above, developed a race physi- Really that has no peer in this country. k\t The old statement that we are growing weaker and more degenerate no longer ^'^•'•holds. If the war did no more than to t!!&b£ Sshow this much Envied fact, it, as far we are concerned, was not fought in vain. The argument that our death rate 'is -greater than the whites, therefore we •"are a weaker, race, means. very little. Jf all things were equal and the Negro :had the same ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 May 1919

Boost S-" 5 State Ca prtol |)iig Historical Ttamii ', ^,-w^ft^V Pay and read The Bystander XXV No. 48 Tribute To The 92nd Division The following poem in honor of the 92d Division, composed of colored men wa8 written You've by Len Donaldson, a col ored musiciarf of Paris: heard about the greatest war upon the land of sea, Of how our soldiefs fought' and died to bring us victory, Of how the idea fostered in a great Sa tanic brain To plunge the world in battle just to serve his selfish gain. You've heard about poor Belgium and how she was betrayed By beings "scraps of paper," which the German lords had made. You've heard the stories of the war of Canada and that Brave bunch of heroes that she gave by name, "The Princess Pat.'' You know about the sturdy French, her soldiers tried and true, Of England's navy, who controls the ocean blue. You've heard of the Italian armies scat tered left and right, And then how they redeemed them selves and put the Huns to flight. And now a word of Uncle...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 May 1919

Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXV No. 48 S3 ored Tribute To The 92nd Division The following poem in honor of the 92d Division, composed of eolored men frts written by Lien Donaldson, a col musicianf of Pans* You've heard about the greatest war upon the land of sea, Of how our soldiers fought' and died to bring us victory, Of how the idea fostered in a great sa tanic brain To plunge the world in battle just to serve his selfish gain. You've heard about poor Belgium and how she was betrayed By beings "scraps of paper," which the German lords had made. You've heard the stories of the war of Canada and that R, Brave bunch of heroes that she gave by name, "The Princess Pat." You know about the sturdy French, her soldiers tried and true, Of England's navy, who controls the ocean blue. You've heard of the Italian armies scat tered left and right, And then how they redeemed them selves and put the Huns to flight. And now a word of Uncle Sam, the men who turned the tide, Who sent his men ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 May 1919

«rt to# f"i A f. •C?TT" BYSTANDER ^in pdbushoio Entered at tb« postage* tlass matter. V*' S* A^5r^*i :Buxton, Iowa Clarinda, la.... tfedar Rapids.. Oentervilla ..!. ^avenport Galesluirg, 111..... Keokuk. Ia....... Knoxville, Iowa... Mac on, Mo Mason City lloberly, Mo.. .. 111. ... Monmouth, HI.. Omnhij., Neb.. .. Oskaloosa .. 1. Ottumwa la £V€\' *$ co. ronunnttr DBS MUDMO. ««u iOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919 Pnblished every Friday by the By fitander Publishing Company, Des Moines, Iowa. Offlee in Chemical building, corner Seventh and Mul berry street*. Phone, Walnut 899. ""STrlf* OF SUBSCRIPTION, One year $1.50 pj 8ix months !".••• Three months *50 All subscriptions payable in advance. kt\,V 8end money by postoffiee ordert Jc money order, express or draft, to The jj" Bystander Company. jl Advertising ratjs for display ads, 40 eents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 cents per inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, co...

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 May 1919

:5. II- & toft CITY LOCALS FOB RENT. Three room apartment with some gar-1 'Ofll 'l^M. au0llI 5ldaAi «d oo'£ $ 'aep Neatly furnished rooms for rent at Mrs. Mollie Parker, 317 E. 15th St. CHURCHES. UNION CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS TIAN ENDEAVOR. At the regular meeting of the Union Congregational Christian Endeavor ^re V*6 Sunday, May 18, 1919, the following L, xice president, Mr. Trueheart secretary',10 Miss Natalie Franklin treasurer, Mrs. Tliompson chorister, Miss Johnson, re porter, Mr. John Brown The Christian Endeavor is doing I !?th to its regular Sunday evening meetings, it has arranged for a social, which is ^f8 given every Friday evening at the Con gregational church. As soon as the weather is more agreeable, these socials will be held at a park. So you can see wJiat is in store for the members'of the Christian Endeavor, not only in Chris tian training, but also in recreation. Young people! come, learn and enjoy yourselves! Wilson Lodge No. 282, U. B. F., Phil lips Guiding Star...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 May 1919

DAVBNPOXT, IOWA. Last Wednesday night the big sil very «oon looked down in good har mony upon the home of Dick Snow, a returned soldier who formerly ,y, to. the JBigth regiment, where the site of a most beautiful party was going on. |t fhe many friends of Mr. Snow arrived yt the home of the latter and pro l^leeedpd to have a very nice time. The evening was spent by them in a very pleasant way. The first course of the evening was candy and peanuts, the latter of which didn't last very long. 9$. md 1 We are V* ^special* f. ists if. |y the kind V|of work that'' pleases. A trial Uth aD we ask. belonged I But all report a nice time and that the handling of a party has riot left Dick Snow, although he has been wounded by the Germank Sunday was stewardess day all day. The stewardesses have always gone over the top in the collections and they are glad to say that they are fully repaid in their treasury by their earnest ef forts put forth. Sunday will be a great day for the U. B. P. 'Society...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 23 May 1919

1 5 fit'1. Ii Et v- 1''- & s" I of a most beautiful party was going on. The many friends of Mr. Snow arrived at the home of the latter and pro ceeded to have a very nice time. The evening was spent by them in a very pleasant way. The first course of the evening was candy and peanuts, the latter of which didn't last very long. But all report a nice time and that the handling of a party has riot left Dick Snow, although he has been wounded by the German^. Sunday was stewardess day all day. The stewardesses have always gone over the top in the collections and they are glad to say that they are fully repaid in their treasury by their earnest ef forts put forth. Sunday Will be a great day for the XT. B. P. Society as they will hold their annual sermon preached by the Rev. Dr. 8. B. Moore at the Bethel A. M. B. church. There have been two societies who have occupied the seats of the church and both have been well at tended so much so that there was not standing room, therefore come ea...

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 May 1919

1st W Z*** ring ed "Vr lets. «T«—IJ+7-f^TO'»•#-'" Boogt Payis "*•.••*& and rwl Tbe^ Bystander Ztv SO' ,S «*ate Capitol Wdg r-m-y No. 49 Austria! Exhibits Bet Forth With Re markable Clearness Various Activi ties of School. Tuskegee Ala., Eighth annual exercises of the Tuskegee jformal and Industrial Institute which started aside-their ojNTJAL EXERCISES OF TTJSKE- presses its deep satisfaction that col QBE HELD 124 GET DIPLOPIAS, ored workmen in the crafts represented by your brotherhood are admitted with goodreds of Friends of Famous Institu tion Attend 38th Commencement In- May 22.—The thirty- Sunday, May 18th, with a stir­ baccalaureate address by Dr. George H. Denny, president of the Uni versity of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala., concluded today when diplomas and certificates were awarded to 124 candi dates. It was a day ideal in every respect for suchka function and the good natur- crowd, together with the tables where refreshments were served, all were pleasant reminders of the T...

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 May 1919

Wi 7 ^l'r? I Kl If WH»f 'J'w.-! fi VU.« •Hj tees, prominent visitors,- officers and t^liura of the school madf an impos ing tyrray, as it passed through the grounds t» the Institute chapel. The industrial exhibition, always interest ing, set forth with remarkable clearness many of the various activities of the school, including domestic science, blacksmithing, agriculture, electrical wiring, steam fitting, auto mechanics, etc. Antinai Commencement Address Given by Isaac Fisher of the Class of 1898. For the first time in the history of the Tuskegee Institute,, one of its own graduates delivered the commencement address. Isaac Fisher of the class of 1898, University Editor at Fisk Univer sity,' Nashville, Tennessee, was Hnani mously invited to deliver this address1) not only because of his public services, but also, because fte has always been so staunelivan admirer and interpreter of the late Dr. Booker T. Washington. He spoke on the subject of The Changing and the Permanent—the Tran...

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 May 1919

*4 f¥ •ife-V -"w.'-jst Sf T' BYSTANDER I lii Jm^Buraaraca, rtmLMBit *OHN Lu THOMPSOIf. EPTTOR FRIDAY, MAY 80, 1»1$ Published every Friday by the By itasdw Pabliahisg Owpmr Dm Moiaea, Iows.^ 01Be« la Chemical buildiag, corner Seventh and Mul berry itrnti. Pkou, Walnut 890. Bittc/ed at the poiMDe* ,T «•*.,« if.*," "v •laea matter. TESM8 OF BX7B80BIPTI0 V. One year I Biz mODtbf .75 Three month* jj® All subscriptions payable in advance. 8end money by poetoffiee order, qioney order, express or draft, .to The §if Bystander Company. If-/ Advertising rails for display ads, 40 tS "eents per inch, for each insertion. Three to six months' contracts, 35 eents per inch. Local advertising 19 cents per line for each insertion, counting sis words to a line. For churches and secret societies where admission is charged, one-half of the above-men tioned rates. For professional, legal and announcement cards, yearly con tracts, etc., terms are given on appli cation. All advertising is to be paid in adva...

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 May 1919

CITY LOCALS FOB BENT. Paul Three room apartment with some gar den, I 3.00 per week. Phone Wal. 7140. TTBT.P WANTED. Wanted—2 reliable colored chamber maids, also colored first cook and dish washer for first class hotel cafe. -Ad dress L. Jorgenaen, Shenandoah, Iowa, stating lowest salary acceptable. NOTICE. teresting S Princess Zorah Chapter No. 10, O. E. invites all Eastern Star members of good standing frojn where they hail to take part in eur Esther day service on Sunday, June 1. We shall meet at St, church in the basement at 1:30 p. m. Henretta Graces, W. M. Alice Bell-Franklin, Sec. PERSONAIh Miss Buby Edgar of South Dakota is in the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. Anna Holmes. ^tty. Geo. H. Woodson left the city Monday evening for Waterloo, Iowa, to attend court. Rev. G. W. Robinson, pastor of Gorin thian Baptist church, returned home Saturday from St. Louis, where he had been assisting* in., a. bog revival. Word has reached our office to the ef fect that Captain Chas. C. Cooper,...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 May 1919

ifeji 1 pi I #4 K-'i .!• ri A hii 4 r'fc* S si & PROTECTION OF HEALTH. By Wm, H. Harper, B. S., M. D. pljV.rw "Care of the Skin." |s" The possession of a good skin is large ly dependent upon good general health. The skin is supplied with blood vessels j£ bringing the same food as to the rest fpfi «, of the body. The skin is not nourished |£i' 3ior helped by so-called "skin foods." v"-, 'Good food, exercise in the open air, rest J,"» --and healthy living bring a color to the cheeks that the best rouge can not jequal. However, tlie skin peeds a certain amount of local care. It must be re membered that the skin is normally pro tected by a thru layer of grease secreted by the sebaceous glands, and that one of the most important duties of this layer of fat is to*prevent the extraction and see us die next time you are in need of good printihg We are special* ists if. the kind of work that pleases. I A trial is all we ask. -5! *0$' fe /, %•, 1 1" &• If •IS H* t.-] MflMM/fS LEFT B/i...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 30 May 1919

•*i wmsty ." v'V^ PROTECTION OP HEALTH. By Wm. IT. Harper, B. S., M. D. "Care of the Skin." The possession o$ a good skin is large ly dependent upon good general health. The skin is supplied with blood vessels bringing the same food as to the rest of the body. The skin is not nourished nor helped by so-called "skin foods." Good food, exercise in the open air, rest and healthy living bring a color to the cheeks that the host rouge can not equal. However, the skin needs a certain amount of local care. It must be re membered that the skin is normally pro tected by a thru layer of grease secreted by the sebaceous glands, and that one of the most important duties of this layer of fat is to'prevent the extraction and see us the next time you are in need of good printihg We are special ists if* the kind of work that pleases! A trial is all we ask. 1 ZP rES, FMMMfifS LEFT THE &ABV iN MY CfiRE.tfE'6 BEE A/ CBy/rtC AL L. &V&MA/&. *. YOUFf •M 6£CW/V//VG H/M! HE: SElE.t1s j~0 -'...

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