AMALGAMATION OF tttE RACES,
iflflie Only True Solution of the "Negro Fro
blem" Says J. C. Reld of Minneapolis. I
Before Mr. Booker Washington
dined at the White House with Presi
dent Roosevelt, he was the idol of the
South, and the only Negro leader who
possessed the key to the sqlution of
the race problemso said the South.
Now Mr. Washington is pre-eminently
the most hated leader in all the South,
all because he responded to the private
hospitality of a true man, such as our
good Southern white Christians
claim to be. W can readily observe
that no industrial education no high
er education no political rights no
feared social equality race problem
are right. These many (already stated)
solutions are only contributory to the
mam All actual labor in any oT the
efforts put forth along the many lines
develops the race, both individually
and collectively, to a higher plane of
perception that true race antagonism
might be observed. But what are the
true solutions of the race problem?
Amalgamation! Ttfot by choice of
either race, but "bv the inevitable and
unholy consent of lustful Southern
white men and their victims. South
ern white people say that the races
will never amalgamate. Stranger
things than this ha've happened in the
world's history. What will the white
South say of the 3,000,000 offsprings
from Tlad mothers? Is this not
this amalgamation pure and simple?
The white South is pleased to call the
products of its deplorable criminal
acts, victims of miscegenation. They
recognize no virtue at all. Is it a
greater crime to eat at a white man's
table than to rob virtue of its most
precious jewel? Can such a state of
affairs always exist and be called
right? No! The fact that the South
has wholly ignored legalized amalga
mation will not pervert the object
which the South fear. Illegal unholy
amalgamation will bring about the
very result that they now tremble at
the thought of. No race or individual
can get away from the seed they have
sown, in other words, the thought and
actions performed. I don't think that
my ooimons are in advance of the
times, but if there is any such thing
as truth and justice, before the begin
ning of the next century the South in
the aggregate will be tinged with the
very blood that they now hate so per
sistently. The sign of the times dem
onstrates this fact to those who look
well into the future, judging only from
past revolutions. No law made by
man can prohibit what legal apologists
call miscegenation, but 13 fact amal
gamation Natural laws must without
question fix the affinity of the black
and white races. The time is near at
hand when the white South must reap
in a whirlwind the damnable moral
degeneracy sown 1a the black race. All
of the burning, lynching and shooting
negroes will not change the law. You
must reap what you sow. The one
hellish thought that haunts the South
ern white man's brain is the possibil
ity of the' Negro assuming the same
liberties toward his women as he (the
white man) once assumed toward
black women. It cannot, will not, nor
shall not be otherwise than all human
beings that seek to become spokes in
the great wheel of progress must
taste of the vinegar and gall that they
administer unto others. If the laws of
intermarriage remain intact forever
such will not be sufficient to arrest ab
sorption of the races, either legiti
mately or illegitimately. The white
and black races of the South cannot
hope to live side by side, sharing each
other's prosperity and adversity, with
out the ultimate end be amalgama
tion It is impossible to stay the hand
of destiny. No intelligent Negro
cares aught about white associates, so
cially or otherwise, when they are not
wanted, but it is just as impossible for
human beings to relegate forever the
products of mutual association, in the
capacity of a servant or otherwise, as
it is for us to separate soul and body.
Absorption must be the ultimate end.
As the scale of human progress and
equality attempts to even UD matters
"between the races, when both races
will recognize no difference in human
Mood and the hand of destiny point
the Southern white man to his duty,
then he (will cease to fear unlawful
amalgamation on the side of the black
men. But be ye sure that conditions
cannot be otherwise than synonymous.
This problem will probably baffle the
intellectual skill of many generations,
*wno desire to'escape the so-called dis
honor of black and white amalgama
tion, but is it not far better to do the
right thing along 'this most essential
linse and reaD what Ihe maker of men
intended, than to dishonorably pro
dnce the fruits of amalgamation and
lynch and burn Ifegajoes because fear
of the -same will enter their minds rel
ative to white women
The hand of
destiny already points to the oppres
sors of fate. Yours for the race,
J. 3 REID.
St. James' church, Minneapolis (Rev.
D. E. Butler, pastor), has moved from
405 Sixth avenue sotrth. to Eighth ave
nue, near "Washington avenue south.
Services as usual.
NELLIE McBJSNRY A M'LISS.,
At the Grand Opera House. St. a ml.
Put into dramatic form, Bret Harte's
"Story of MTLisfi" has been one of the
greatest successes that our stage has
ever known, it 3aaving scored more
strongly and Jirvad longer than any
play which was ever bnnijght to this
country from a foreign land. It is a
story that is so replete in heart inter
est, so full of color, and "M'Liss" has
been given a sumptuous revival this
season. Not only has the greatest
care been given to the scenic effects,
but the company which has been se
lected is said to be one of the best
that has ever, been seen in the play.
All of the scenes of the play are laid
in the Sierra Nevada mountains with
the exception of the last act, which
has for its locale the Sacramento val
ley, the action taking place in and
about the mining camp qf El Dorado,
or Smith's Pocket, as it is also called.
Supmtuous scenic production has been
prepared by some of New York's fore
most scenic artists for this season's
presentation of this stirring play, and
the piece will be mounted more lav
ishly than it was when originally
played some years ago. The title role,
"M'Liss," wBi be played by Nellie Mc
Henry, one of the best comediennes on
the American stage, and the other
parts will be in the hands of capable
players. "M'Liss" comes- to the Grand
i Opera House following the engage
ment of "Barbara Freitchie."
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Fancy Shoulders, lb...- 714c
Fancy Dried Beef, lb i|
10-lb. pail Lard ^gc
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1-lb. cans Lunch Tongue, 3 cans 85c
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Mrlb. cans Veal Loaf, 6 cans ,55c
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PPcrs'.a clearing sale of 50C Wra
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5 gallon kegs Maple Syrup, per keg $2 50
4 gallon kegs Crystal drip Syrup $1 25
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1 gallon cans choice Maple Syrup 65c
1 quart bottles pure Maple Syrup 23c
2 1-quart bottles Choice Syrup 28c
15-lb. pails Jelly
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10-lb. pails Apple Butter 50c
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Very finest unpared Evap. Peaches, 5 lbs..50c
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Cahiorma Egg Plums, heavy sj'rup, doz. $1.65
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Telephone Peas, per doz $1.05
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Squash, 3-lb cans, per doz 95c
Pumpkins, per doz 95C
Extra Cold Packed Tomatoes, per doz... .$1.20
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Mallard Brand Steak Salmon, red, per doz.$1.75
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