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1hti s Anent the White House episoda episodathe episodathe episodat
ii t 0 the Hon Henry Watterson formerly formerlyot formerlyffTi
ffTi i ot t Kentucky shows 8 OW8 that his hi evidence evidenceIn
i1 t In In the metropolis of the nation for f r lo lothese lothese
1 these many years has failed to free him himfrom himfrom himi
i from his ancient traditions f theJ he saysthat saysthat says sagei
i that the entertainman + oi Booker T TWashington Tt TS TWashingtgn
t Washington at dinner by the President Presi President President
S dent of the United States was simply simplythe simplythe simplythe
the doctrine of the Republican party partyexpressing partyexpressing partyexpressing
expressing itself through President PresidentRoosevelt Pr Presidentf sident sidentRoosevelt
f Roosevelt and that the affair will tell tellonderfully tellwoaderfully tellsS
sS onderfully in favor of Democracy in inthe inthe inthe
the next national election In this thisMr thisMr
Mr Watterson i atterson has unintentionally unintef onally
paid s high compliment to ¬ i
t dent of the theU United nited States and to the theparty theparty tues tueparty
s party with which he is identified and andat andat andt
t at the same time he has dealt a stun stunning stunning stunniug ¬
S ning blow blowto to the people of this country countryand countryand
Nt t and especially to those upon whom he hecelies becalies her
r r celies to return the Democratic party partyfcKpower partytopower partytopower
topower fcKpowerMr topowerMr topowerMr
Mr Watterson shou should d remember remembers rememoer rememoerthat remem er erthat
i iS s that theenly the only man that his party has hasbeen hasbeen
S j been able to elect to the Presidency in inthe inthe intI4i
S the last f fourty years was a son of the theEmpire theEmpire
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T = State who like a brother brotherNew brotherNewY brotherNew
t pjj r 1 Empire
New NewY Yorker orker who has edded newf new newlaurels
f 1 laurels to the position of President of ofthe ofthe
the greatest nation on the face of the thecdobe theglobe theglobe
cdobe globe was too great to be small smallMr smallMr smallF
F Mr Watterson should remember rememberthat rememberthat
Wtf > that former President Pr Sident Cleveland was wastaken wast wasf
5 taken t ken to task by men of his party in inthe inthe inthe
f the South for having the late Frederick Freder Frederick Frederick ¬
ick Douglass and wife as invited guests guestsS1tAdinlo1I1atic guestsjiH
jiH l S1tAdinlo1I1atic reception at the White
jt1 House and that Mr ¬
it K fended by saying that at he honored himft himself him himself
r 1 ° self and d the na nation on he stood st for by byhonoring byt byhonoring
ft honoring a man like Frederick Doug Douglass Dougq ¬
t t v ZL1 j lass laB ana and BO Mr Cleveland was in ill due duetime duel
q l > t time reelected to the Presidency PresidencyWe Presidencyj
i j We think t in k such will be the outcome outcomeof 01ltcom8oithe outcomeof
1 episode so far as asPresident ast asPresident
i of oithe the Washington W Rshington
President Roosevelt is concerned The Thevw TheFeople
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people win say lYell TV ell done thou T good goodand
i Jnd and faitful servant thou hast been beenfaithful been1fai
4 1fai faithful nl in ruling over the whole people peoplewithout peopJewithout peoplewithout
1 without respect to race color or creed creed4efore creedefore creedt
t t T < before efore enter ente thou upon a 11 secand Becondl
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It is is claimed by some Southern SouthernDemocrats SouthernDemocrats SouthernDemocrats
Democrats that the President P has the thepersonal thepersonal thepersonal
personal right to Invite whom he hepleases hepleases hep8sea
pleases p8sea to his table and that hat no one onecan onecan onecan
can justly call in questbn tint th 1t right rightwhile rIghtwhile rightwhile
while other Southern Democrats claimthat claim claimthat claimthat
that the President the moment he be becae bec beca
cae c ca te = e President lost this personal personalr person personalright l lrtght
right r ght and therefore committed an un unpardonable unpardonable unpardonable ¬
pardonable sin in exercising it itThese itThese itThese
These evil minded critics cri cs forget that thattheir thatlheir thattheir
their criticism cuts uts the throat oftheir oftheirargument of ofi Jheir their theirargument 1 1argument
argument argumentPresident argumentPresident I
President Roosevelt is the Chief ChiefMagistrate ChiefMagistrate ChiefMagistrate
Magistrate of the whole people As Assuch Assuch Assuch
such it was perfectly natural for him himto himtorecogniz3 himto
to torecogniz3 recognize the most conspicious conspiai us rep representative repxesentat representative ¬
resentative xesentat ve of a race constituting one oneeighth oneI oneeighth
I eighth of the population popul tion of the United UnitedStates Unitedi UnitedStates
i States especially since that represen representative representative representative ¬
tative had been honored and lauded laudedwithout laudedithaut laudedWithout
without ithaut stint by the very menwho mea who now nowtake nowtake nowtake
take the President to task for callingthem calling callingtheir callingtheir
their hard in the courteous treatment treatmentof
of a meritorious man manIt manIt manIt
It is clearly ciscernable in all that thatcertain thateertain thatcertain
certain men of the South have written writtenor
or spoken against the entertainment ofMr of ofMr ofMr
Mr Washington by the Presidentthat President Presidentthat Presidentthat
that there is no personalieeling personal ieeling against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the President or Mr Washington It Itis Itis
is that prfl ndice
intangible and unexplainable born ofa of ofa ofa
a condition conditioD1 and not a theory that thatreally thatreally thatreally
really should be a back number in inthis inthis inthis
this twentyieth century and would w uld be bebut beI bebut bebut
I but for the fact that th t some people never neverforget neverforget neverforget
forget any old thing and never learn learnany learnany learnany
any new new thing thingIt thinglE thi g gIt
It lE is as essential to knew when ao1 En to tobe tobe tobe
be silent as to kn w when to speak
The defeat of Col Loomis Blolock Blolockfor Blolockfor Blolockfor
for the South Carolina internal zeve zevenue Ievenue xevenne
nue collectorship simply shows that thatdeath thatdeath thatdeath
death and taxes continue so hold the therecord therecord therecord
record as the only ony cock sure things thingsIlie thingsIse
Ilie 11 Ise e editor that has the most in influency il iljfuence influence
fluency is he who isnt scared of ofwindbags oftoindbogs ofwindbags
windbags charlatans and mount mountebanks 1nOU1Ltebanks e ebanks ¬
banksThe banks banksThe banksThe
The Evening Stars editorial on the theBooker theBooker theBooker
Booker Washington Was iDgton episode was clean cleancut cleancut
cut and straight forward Every Every sen ¬
tence rang true and breathed a high highgrade hIghgrade
grade Americanism that speaks well welltor weltor wellfor
tor future of the race in the commu community community community ¬
nity Let us hope that its inspiration inspirationwill inspirationwill inspirationwill
will cross the Potomac and serve as a arefreshing arefreshing arefreshing
refreshing breeze to the fevered brow broomof browof browof
of our brothers in white who mistake mistakethe mistakethe mistakethe
the naturol rights of man for that thatmonster th thatmonster t tmonster
monster of frightful mien miensocialequality miensocial miensocialequality social socialequality
equality The Star breathes sentimentsthat sentiments sentimentsthat sentimentsthat
that remind us that the heart of Sumner Sum Sumner Sumner
ner Phillips and the immortals yetabideth yet yetabide yetabideth
abide abideth th with w th us usProf usProf usProf
Prof Robert Rt > bert H Terrell has opened openedwhat openedwhat openedwhat
what appears to be the banner year atthe at atthe atthe
the Washington Colored High School SchoolProf SchoolPiof SchoolProf
Prof Terrell is one of the best equipped equippededucators equippededucators equippededucators
educators in the country and has made madethe madethe macethe
the High School the typical institution institutionof inst tltioD tltioDof
of its kind in America
The new assistants at Freedmens FreedmensHospital FreedmensHospital
Hospital will be chosen from a field fieldgraced fie fieldgraced d dgtaced
graced by such accomplished youngsurgeons young youngsurgeoLS young8urgeoLs
surgeons as Doctors H L Bally J G GKClayton GOlayton GClayton
Clayton George G orge Mitchell W WHughes Y cH cHHughes H HiHughea
Hughes and E D Wiliiston WiliistonNo W WillietonNo l1iBton l1iBtonNo
No census has yet been taken o othe of ofthe I Ithe
the dreamers who w o predicted the assas assassination assassiltation assessination
sination of President McJriley McJrileyThe AleKinleyThe Mcl nley nleyThe
The world has a habit at distrustingmen distrusting distrustingmen distrustingmen
men who are known to be liV living Dg be be1Qnj
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We Weare are rftill till waiting for those sub subscribers subscribers subscribers ¬
scribers who received bills from this thisoffice thisoffice thisoffice
office recently to send in their sub cubseripGion subscription subscription
scription Many of the subscribers do donoi donoi donot
noi know of the expense we are put toin to toin toin
in notifying them and delay sending sendingin
in their subscription so long that they theyare theyare theyare
are sometimes ashamed to send it inThose inThose in isThose
Those who have not remitted will willoblige willoblige willoblige
oblige us by doing so at once onceIt onceIt
It will be for those whe are measur measuring measuring measuring
ing rising young educators with WithR a view viewof viewof viewof
of uttering prophesies prop fsies to keep an eyeon eye eyeon eyeon
on Dr Bruce Evans of the Manual ManualTraining MpDuaTraining8chool M nual nualTraining
Training Training8chool Schoo1 ° No 2If 2 2If 2If
If some people we know were em employed employed employed ¬
ployed to tell the truth they would befired be befired3 befired
fired fired within a week for incomptency incomptencyThere incomptencyThere incomptencyThere
There are still men who are loved lovedfor lovedfor lovedfor
for the enemies enemi s they have been f fir fJrtunate firtunate jr jrtunate
tunate enough to make makeMany makeMany makeMany
Many deserving men fail in life be because because because
cause they allow themselves toget to get un tintier uncler unc1er
tier bad management managementIt
It is a friend who warns you when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he sees the storm heading your way
The New York Age has a way W y of ofirritating ofi ofiritating
irritating i the Washington Post PostTHE Poste PostTHE oaf oafTHE
Booker T Washington 5 5House at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House With President Roosevelt fioojeveUFrom RooseveltProm Roo eYel eYelFron1
From the Atlanta ConstitutionWashington Constitution ConstitutionWashington Constitutionor
Washington or ashington Oct 16 16SpecialBooker 16Special 16SpecialBooker Special SpecialBooker
Booker T p Washington the well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known Negro educator President of ofthe ofjhe ofthe
the Tuskegee Ala Institute was a aguest aguest aguest
guest of President and Mrs Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Roosevelt ¬
velt elt at dinner at the White hite House to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night Mr Washington is probably probablythe probablythe probablythe
the first rst American Anieriean Negro to dine with witha
a President of the United States andhis and andhis andhis
his family although it t was reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that President Cleveland once enter entertained entertained entertained ¬
tained a Negro friend at the t m White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse Thite ThiteHouse
House board boardSince boardSince boardSince
Since President Roosevelt occupiedthe occupied occupiedthe occupiedthe
the White hite House there th re has hardly hardlybeen hardlybeen hardlybeen
been a dinner d nner or luncheon without its itsguests itsgues itsguests
guests gues ts and as the President has been beenso beenso beensa
so so free with his Invitations no speciale special speciallist speciallist
list of guests is prepared and the e ush ushers ushers ushers ¬
ers do not know who the guests will willbe willbe willbe
be until they arrive Tonight just be before before before ¬
fore 8 oclock a Negro in evening I
dress presented himself at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse i iHouse
House door and giving his name saIdthat said saidthat saIdthat
that he was to dine with the Presi President Presldent President ¬
dent Booker Washington has made madeseveral madeseveral madeseveral
several visits to the White House andhis and andhis andhis
his face is known there so he was at atonce atonce atonce
once admitted into the private apart apartments apartments anartments ¬
ments and the President notified ofhis of ofhis ofhis
his arrival 11 No o other guest arrivedand arrived arrivedand arrivedand
and the dinner was soon servedPinner served servecLDinner
Dinner at the White House since the theRoosevelts theP I
Roosevelts P have occupied oc upled the th mansion mansionhas mansionhas mansionhas
has been a family affair Mrs Ml Roosevelt Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt and the two children appearing appearingat I
at the table with lth father mother and andguest andguest
guest gue After dinner the Presidenttakes Presidenttakes President Presidenttakes
takes his guests to the library and andthere andthere andthere
there over cigars cig rs things political andotherwise and andotherwise andotherwise
otherwise are discussed discussedTonight discussedTonigh discussedTonight
Tonight t the usual order rder of affairs affairswas affairsvas affairswas
was vas not disturbed on account of the thecolor thecolor thecolor
color of the guest of honor and andMr andMrashington 1TiWashington Mr MrWashington
Washington left the White House Houseaboufc Houseabouu Houseabout
about 10 oclock apparently very verymuch verymuch v vmuch
much pleased with his dinner and hischat his hischat hischat
chat with the President
In Honor cf Fcurgcr Fcu Fcur dcr Brown Bran BranThe
The Th exercises Monday evening at the thePeoplds thePeopt thePeopl
Peoplds Peopt s Congregational church cele celeurtmg celeurJung ca3eura
urtmg ura tjng the birthday of te tl t e late ate R v vV7 vwr
V7 W Browne fob fodder der of the Grand GrandUnited GrandUnited CrandUnited
United Order of Tine Reformers were werewellattended werewell3ttended werewell3ttetded
wellattended The he piosjrain pI pio o ram was inter inteieatin intereatint inEeteatinq
eatin eatint and and enlogies enlo ieg were unusUaligaappy unusually unusuallytiappy u usually usuallyt1appy
tiappy an attuned to the chord of jesice jcs jcsrdce jcs1ice
rdce ice and hearty e8rty appreciation aJ plec ation The lo loeal 10cal tocal
cal fountains attended in fall r ragali ragali4Ir gali galiMr g81jMr
Mr W S Woodson ia i Chief of the thetceal th thtoeal theRacal
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many lptles < with jtfc painstaking p ptak tBk1n ng fidelit fidelity
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