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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 10, 1920.
PAGE 8ETEI "THE MAX OF THE HOIK." An Address Delivered By Dr. T. T. .McKlnncy In Honor of Hon. A. H. Terrell at the Odd Fellows' Dun. iuet In Denlson, Texas, Dee. 13, Ml). (Mr. Terrell is moving to Mem phis, Tenn., His Future Home) The man of the hour would be hard to find. We might look anions a million and fail to discover him. He Is not impossible, but ho is a rare specimen of human power. And he Is rare because he must fill the full measure of a devinely commis sioned leadership of his generation. Such a man is not found by search among the multitudes. He reveals himself as the morning sun reveals the glury of a new day. Ho Is neither discovered nor Introduced by other men. He is a man with a mis sion, and he comes endowed with a self-impelling power to fulfill It. He needs no messengers with spectacu lar announcements of his coming. He wants no heralds with trumpet and drum. He Is himself as the voice of one crying in the wilder ness. The man of the hour must be a man of vision. And ho must be a man of vision without being vision ary. He must see things and events and men in their true perspective. He must comprehend the history of world conditions and be familiar with tho current event of his age. But he must see more than these. Knowledge of tho past must be crowned with wisdom of the future. With prophetic insight he must look down the coming centuries and fore cast the effects of present creative causes. He must lock with Ezekiel'd eyes. He must be larger than his environments down the ages on their mission of good. The man of the hour must be a constructive thinker. He must have knowledge, to be sure, but the mere possession of knowledge will not suf fice. He must utilize his knowledge to think constructively about the course of human events. Ho mus' be able not merely to destroy the evil forces that curse the world, but to fashion and build a nobler form of human civilization for the coming ages. He must have the mental power to discover and to strike down the gods of ignorance and place in their stead the gods of Intelligence. He must possess and exercise a high order of intellectual aggression that will challenge other men to think loftily and construct ively. He is not merely a deserter of world evils, he Is a builder of worthy ideals for his people. The man of the hour must be an original personality. No copist can hold the title. No. phonograph record can thrill the heart of the race nor awaken te dormant enef'es of a people. He must be a red-blooded, healthy bodied sane-souled prince oi men. Ho must see things for himself as an original discoverer. "He who walks only where he sees other men's tracks. . makes no new discoveries." He must break new ground and cul tivate new fields. He must possess broad culture. The benighted mind leads only to outer darkness and disorder. Narrow-minded, self-centered lenders are prophets of evil t fulflllers of evil prophecy. Only the cultivated intellect sanctified by a refined spirit can meet the demands of the hour. "He who climbs high er, though he climbs alone, draws all the world after him." Tho man of the hour nust be in corruptible. In tese days when graft is rampant and holy things are ex ploited for selfish uses, the man of the hour must stand unnn the pin nacle with the Christ and shout back to is traducers: "GET THEK BEHIND ME, SATAN." The man of the hour is without a DHec. He can not be sold and he cannot be bought. No lure of gold, no promise of so cial elevation, no bribe of political preferment can strain his immacu late life. He may be trusted with the souls of the people. No coward ever met the demands of popular leadership. The man of the hour must, therefore, be a man of courage. He must be absolutely fearless of the flattery of friends and of the intrigues of his foes. His con victions are parts of hif being. He cannot be separated from them. He cannot surrender them without sur rending his charncter, and he would perish at the stake before he would yield to threats of violence or be in timidated by the power of the mob. Ho challenges the whole world in defense of his principles. He Is not a quitter. He is a fh'hter for the sacred rights of all men. Ho is brave to the point of self-effacement He is the apostle of truth and just tlce. The man of the hour is a man of a Finglcncss of purpose. There is no division in his mind and heart as to what he shall do. No human power can swerve him from the one course upon which he has fixed his aims. With indomitable will he moves forward, changelesslv and un changeable toward the one "oal to which he has dedicated his life. Such men were Abraham Lincoln and Booker T. Washington. The man of the hour must he a man of inspiration. From some di vine unseen suorce bevond himself, he draws the secret of his power. He lives much on his knees. He is fa miliar with the shores of Galilee. And many times, with bared head and unsandalei feet, he has climbed the rugged etrecps of Mount Cllvet. Amidst tho din of the great noisy world he hears the STILL SMALL VOICE OF GOD. Such men were Abraham and Isaiah, Gladstone and Washington. Tho man of the hour is a man of great warm human sympathies. Love is the ruling passion of his life. Af fection pervades every endowment of his being. Altruism is supreme in purpose and in action. He knows men and he loves them, and the heart oi the world responds with kindred af fection. He inspires mankind with teh gospel of fraternity. v The man of the hour must be a man of the people. He feels his kin ship -with the great masses of hu manity. 'There is no excluslveness In his nature. To him all men are children in the family f God. His heart beats with the pulse of the vast multitudes who feel his fel lowship and follow his guidance. Such a personality is the man of the hour, and such a man of the hour is my' friend and brother, HONOR ABLE A. H. TERRELL, NKGKOES IV IXAVGIRAL SER VICE OF KEXTITKY GOYKK NOR. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 1. Departin from its past history elected Gover nor Morrow, Republican, as the chief executive of the State. Gover nor Morrow, true to his promise for equal Justice to all the citizens of Kentucky, had several Colored men as escorts or honor with the great number of white Republicans. . The African Methodist Episcopal Church of Kentucky presented the Gover nor with the Bible that was used in taking tho oath of oOlce. The presen tation was made, by Presiding Elder u. r . David In the name of the A, M. E. church of Kentucky, just after tho inaugural address. Governor Mor row's speech was a masterpiece and is regarded as worthy , of the State's history. A tremendous outburst of cheer ing greeted Governor Morrow when he arose. Governor Morrow's address required only five minutes for its delivery. His voice was fully recov ered from the strain of the recent campaign and carried to tho out skirts of the great throng. As the Governor turned to receive the oath of office, the Rev. G. F. David, Sr., of Lexington, presented him with a Bible on behalf of the A. M. E. Zion Church of Kentucky. In his speech of presentation, the minister commended upon Governor Morrow's appeal for divine guidance in the close of his address and asked that he read the gift diligently. He expressed confidence that the Gover nor will find in Its pages strength to fortify him in all his decisions for the pubic weal. Governor Morrow and Lieutenant Governor Ballard placed their left hand upon the Bible, elevating their right hands. Chief Justice John D. Carroll of the Court of Appeals, ad ministered the consttitutional oath to which the two executives made a firm response, "I do." ( HONESTY OK SELFISHNESS: A -NATIONAL ISSIE. Hampton, Va., Jan. 1. Dr. James 10. Gregg, principal of Hampton In stitute, in his recent address on "The Demand for Honesty," said that "our own country, we are told by many returning travelers, is disliked and even, hated and despised abroad, be cause the other nations, who were our allies so recently, believe that we are not living up to the reputation which we had made for unselfishness We are not carrying out, as they think, our promises and our pro fessions. "It Is not only the Senate of the United States that is standing in the way and preventing the Treaty of Peace from beipg passed, so aB to permit tne governments or the world to get down to the business of im proving on the treaty wherever it may need improvement, and the life of the nations to take up Its normal course again. It is not only the Sen ate of the United States, but there are others in this country supporting the Senate and following the same course of selfishness, when America had made her name honored and be loved throughout the world by her unselfish, - generous participation in the Great Var. "It will be a shameful thing if the United States comes to be classed among the nations 'that cannot be trusted, that are regarded as dia honest. For myself, I cannot believe that this will come to pass. I feel sure that our statesmen will see the folly of their ways before long and give this Nation the place which she ought to have in the world be: fore the minds of men once more. "Remember Abraham Lincoln. What was he called? What made him trusted so widely by the peo plo of his time? Because they could think and speak cf him as 'Honest Abe.' Because they were sure that ne was sincere. "Why are men reading all they can read and never ceasing to think of Theodore Roosevelt? Whether Whether they agreed with him or not, they say, 'Yes, I admire him.' The American people have a place for him in their hearts that they have for no one else. Why? It Is because he spoke out the truth as he saw the truth, regardless of consequences. Men admire that and they always will, and they will al ways stand by the man they are sure is honest and straightforward and above-board in his dealings,, and is not afraid. v Referring to Germany's downfall Dr. Gregg said: "Honesty is good to begin with and good to end with, It is a very ordinary thing, perhaps, an a very common-place thing to praise honesty, but the world needs to. give honor and to give praise exactly there. Think how Germany has worked her own downfall be- ennse of the lack of honesty in her statesmen, in her leaders! How she has permitted herself to be fooled, deluded, misled, and finally almost ruined, lust by this one thing along with other evil things but by this one failing, this one sin especially." WHITE MOB BREAK INTO COLOR ED SCHOOL 31 1'CH DAMAGE IN FLICTED. Asheville. N. C, Jan. 1. Sheriff Mitchell left here to investigate charges that unidentified parties com posed of white men and boys broke into and almost destroyed a Colored school house at Beaver Dam, 16 miles from Asheville, and that another group of white boys fired on them, Injuring one. The first outbreak is believed to have started over a fight between white and Colored boys. Another serious outburst occurred when a group of white boys, it is alleged, fired a shot gun at a group of children who were on their way home from school. A little girl was struck on the leg by some of the shot, but was not seriously hurt The officials have learned the names of the aggressors, it Is said, and prose cutions are expected to follow. A teacher from the school reported to the county superintendent that every window had been broken from the school house during the raid, doors were torn from their hings, stove was torn down and other damage in flicted to the interior of the building. The vandalism was not discovered until the next morning, when school had to be suspended , temporarily be cause of the untenable condition of the building. The teachers managed to secure a stove and boared up the windows, so that sessions could be held. They appealed to the county authorities for financial aid in mak ing repairs. FOltD INDISTRIES AXNOIM'E NEW YEAR GIFT OF EIGHT MILLION DOLLAR BONIS AXI OFFER OF PARTICIPATION ,1X FITIRE PROSPERITY. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 1. Henry Ford and his son, Edsel Ford, announced today the distribution of a $8,000,000 bonus among the 80,000 employes of all branches of tho Ford interests and tho Inauguration of an" invest ment plan whereby every worker, from the man who wields a broom to the chief executives, may partici pate in tho profits of the business. Bonuses, which will be paid in cash today, come in addition to the profit-sharing plan which was in augurated several years ago and which will bo continued. ItIs the intention of the Ford organization to make the distribution of these bonuses an annual event If the earn ings of the company permit. In cash and in the number of men concerned, and without counting the moral effect on industry as a whole, this act of economic justice surpassed anything in the history of labor. Tho lowest award paid goes to men who are receiving the minimum pay of $6 a day and who have been in the employ of the various companies three months. It amounts to $50. The highest award goes to the skilled workers who have been with the company five years and who are re ceiving $10.80 a day. The bonus received by the latter amounts to $170. Employes who receive a salary will also receive bonuses. Ability and length of service will be the stand ard on which the awards will be based. In announcing the plan which per mits employes to invest up to one third of their pay in the organiza tion and share in the prosperity of the company, the allied interest of Henry Ford are carrying 'out the ideal of Mr. Ford that labor has a right to participation in the benefits of the prosperity which it helps to create and, in the words of Henry rora nimseir, 'should have a share as well as a Job." when the complete ownership of the Ford Motor Company was ac quired by Henry Ford and his son last summer steps were immediately taken to work out the details of the bonus and investment plans announc ed today. It always has been the Ford policy to discourage big divi dends to non-producing stock-holder t. and to use profits in rewarding labor and in expanding industry. This policy, as Henry Ford regards it means not only good pav and a share in the profits, for the workers, but the employment of more and mora people as the business grows. Henry Ford holds, and has repeat edly stated it as his belief, that no man should be permitted to own stock in an industry unless he plays productive part in the operation of that industry and the' Initiation of the investment plan is a practical application of that belief. Under the investment plan cer tificates will be issued in the names of employes in denominations of $100, $500 and $1,000. Only . per sons In actual and actiye service of the organization will be permitted to buy or hold certificates. These certificates will bear a guaranteed interest at the rate of six per cent per annum and in ad dition to this further payments will he mado semi-annually If the earn ings of the company permit, at a rate fixed by the board of directors. In case of death or disability cer tificates standing in the name of an employe may continue, at the dis- creation or the directors, to draw interest and payments for the bene fit of his departments. Deposits toward the purchase of certificates may be mado within 3 days after an employee receives his pay from the comnanv: the amount deposited, however, is not to exceed one-third of such pay. Deposits made toward the purchase of cer tificates will draw interest at, the rate of three per cent per annum, compounded semi-annually. Certificates must be paid for out of bonus or pay and no employes will be permitted to draw money from his bank account or other source to make payments. A significant statement may be found in one of the closing sentences of the company's announcment It reads: "Other plans for enlarging the Income and increasing power of the dollar of our employes are under consideration." The policy reflected bv these an nouncements is not new with the Ford organization. The history of the company for. the last five years shows that its ideal of industrial justice has always been high. In 1914 the Ford Motor Company an nounced a minimum pav of $5 a day since which time it has distributed approximately 100 million dollars in profits to employes. Following this Mr. Ford was sued by minority stockholders and compelled to pay dividends instead of reinvesting earn ings and increasing wages as ho de sired. Sometime later. however came the announcement of a $6 then the purchase of the holdings of minority stockholders bv Henry and a day minimum scale of pay and Edsel Ford. No sooner was the organization in their complete possession than he began to arrange for an ad ditional distribution of profits with their thousands of worker's and the result is the New Year announce ments of an $8,000,000 bonus and the right to share in the prosperity of the industry. FISH" V OPENS $2,000,000 DRIVE. New York, N. Y., Jan. 1. Flsk University of Nashville. Tenn., thi largest privately endowed institu tion of Negroes in America, will be enriched by $2,000,000 If the drive In its interest started here reaches a successful conclusion. At a banquet given at the Hotel Astor last night. Gov. A. H. Roberts of Tennessee, Abraham Flcxner, of the General Education Board and Chancellor "J. H. Kirkland of Vander bllt University, all talked in sup port of the drive, the object of which is to make possible a broadening of the work of the university. Governor Roberts declared that the education of Negroes for leadership among their own people was the greatest need of the day. Negroes, he said, are naturally religious and pa triotic and can be made into the most valuable citizens if given an oppor tunity to find proper leadership among themselves. I. W. W. AND THE JiECRO This Is or was one of the many plans of the I. W. W. to enlist Negroes in a race war in furtherance of the ne farious schemes of that objectionable organization, has now been proven be yond all doubtful the contents of cir culars recently seized in a raid on its headquarters in Douglas, Ari zona, by United States officials is a sufficient authoriy. It is alleged that one of the pamph lets that has come into the possession of the authorities was addressed to Colored people, reciting a long list of wrongs suffered from the whites, and writing them to join the I. W. W. on a plan of equality with its white members. And as if this was not enough, a small circular, it Is said, was found supplementing it with an announcement addressed in so many words to "Distributors of I. W. W. Literature" which said: "Extra activity in reaehlng the Negro is desired. We do not exactly want him in the organization, but. we want to help stir up unrest and general disorder. The Negro is rapidly ris ing to a high social standing, We need to break this up. If we can dis sociate him from his present tenden cies to what they call good citizen ship and get capital down on him we can drop him out of the Associ ation later." All of which will go to show to what length these peo-" were pre paring if indeed they are not still hoping to go) to use the Colored man against the latter's individual inter est for the sole purpose of raping society and doing any and everything which Is prejudicial to the well be ing of decent citizens and the stabil ity of the country. There is no reason why it should be, take for granted by the I. W. W. organization that the Necro is in the least desirous of associating with so objectionable a gang. It is also true that our people are on record as holding the Red Workers in too con temptons an estimation to ever give the matter of joining them a thought. Yet this fact seems to have contri buted nothing towards convincing the Independent Workers of the World as to the absolute impossibility of enlisting any help whatever from us in the matter of endeavoring to ac complish what amounts to nothing but so many empty dreams. And there should be some way in which this hit of vital information should he conveyed to these people. It would! help to keep them from trying to implicate the Negro in their trouble making transactions and leave the latter alone to properly attend to his own business of which he has more than enough to devote his time and thoughts to. What the Negro would really be more than willing to help in is to effectively round up the I. W. W.s with all their ideas and dispose of them as they should be. And it doesn't seem likely that the Reds will ever have the opportunity of carrying out their pet schemes of "retching the Negro" and "breaking un" his rapid rise to a high social Ftandfng. Neither do we think it is within their power to "get" as thev ore wnt to. capital "down en hiin." because it is reasonable to suggest that capital is for phould be) more in sympathy with the existance of the Colored mnn than he is willing to tolprate the I. W. W.s. There Is nothing in the Negro which can be of any service to these people and their cause. BED CROSS OFFTERS DECORAT ED BY ROinVNIVN KIXG. Bucharest. Koumnnia. Jan. 8. Two Texans have been decorated by King Ferdinand, for their woik as members of the American Red Cross Commissislon in Roumania. They are Major George W. Bird, of Dallas, who has 1 een made' an officer of the Cipwn, and Lieut. Albert Knox, of f Go Over , of your head 5. i & , I ' - s J - . .. ,'..v,.-:-... 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