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YO THE COLORED AMERICAN
i THE NEGRO AS STRIKEBREAKER STRIKEBREAKERThe STRIKE BREAKER BREAKERThe BREAKERi
i r t The strike is about broken in this thiscity thiscity
1 4 city with the loss on the side of the thestrikers thestrIkers thestrikers
strikers The packers have found foundthat foundthat
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that they can easily fill the places placeswith p1 placeswith ces ceswith
1 with competent laborers One of the thebeneficent theb6meflcont
Siv Sivx ° beneficent results of the strike has hasbeen hasbeen
x been that many Negroes have secured securedgood securedgood securedf
f t good places at large wages The pack packers packers packF ¬
F ers have decided to employ any a any y man manthat manthat manL
1 L that can do the work regardless of the theunions theunions
3 = unions Heretofore the unions have havebeen havebeen havej
j been able to prevent Negroes becoming becomingbutchers becomingbutchers
butchers They are not allowed to do doany dony doi
i any ny thins thIn out side of their line of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work Still some were able to learn learnenough learnenough
i enough about the work to go 0 in at atthig atthis atthis
this time and do competent comp tent work workSome workSome workSome
Some of the men get as a much as 5 5per 5per 5x 5r
x r per day with board boardThere boardlherQ boardi
i d There has been some disturbance disturbancesince dIsturbancesInce disturbancesince
since the strikers realized that they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had failed but the officers of the law lawhave lawhave lawl
l f have been firm in their enforcement enforcementof
of the law lawThere lawThere
tM1 tM1p p f
tM1t t r There is some doubt as to the wisilom wis wisidom wisom
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idom om of taking from the Negroes the theauthority theautherlty theauthrity
authority to b bear ar arms but if the offi officers officers ¬
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cers can protect them and will do so sothere sof 0 0thQre
f there will be no complaintThQ complaint The Kan Kansas Kansas Kant ¬
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t = d sas Record RecordThe RecordThe Recordt
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i The Negro ia i again in evidene riden e as a astrikebreaker astrIkebreaker aI
I i r strikebreaker This time in the pack packing packY aek aeklng ¬
Y ing houses of Illinois Denied a right rightto rIghtto rightto
t
1 to earn a living by any than th n the most mostmenial mostmenial mosty
y menial labor barred from the factory factoryand factoryand factoryand
and the mill by the selfish policy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the labor unions it IB only natural naturalthat naturalthat naturalI
I that he attempts to improve such haz hazardoua hazardouB hazardour
ardoua opportunities as come wit wit1great witgreat wittkit
tkit great industrial disturbances disturbancesWhen disturbanceswhen disturbancesWhen
When the demands of the regular regularworkman regularwcrkman regulari
i workman for the restoration of a disx dis discharged discharged ¬
° x G charged fellow laborer for higher higherwages hIgherwages higherwages
wages or any anyone one of the thousand and andone andone andi
i one things which may cause a strike strikeare strikeare strikeare
are met with a refusal the works are areclosed areclosed arer
r closed and the Negro Ne ro Is called upon to tobreak tobreak toi
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i t ° break the strike He suffers the theslings theslings thet
k
t t slings and arrows of outrageous for fortune fortune ¬
tune is mobbed on going and returnI return returnIng returnIng
A I Ing from work his food and water watermay watermay
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i may be poisoned as was done atHom atHomstead at Homt Hom Homstead
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t a r 4 4i stead during the great strike and for forwhat forwhat fort foriLi
t iLi what The strike is no sooner declaredt declared declaredoff clared claredoff
t f off and conditions again become nor normal normal nori ¬
i i Yf mal than he Is supplanted by the theTery theTerymen very verymen verytea
tea men whose acts of violence may have havecost havecost havethe
cost the manufacturer and the state statethouaanada stat statthouBanad states
s ift thouaanada of dollars and the com community community corni ¬
I i > munity many precious lives His mis mission mission ¬
h sion Is filled the strike is broken and andhe andhe
13 j he must return to the wheelbarow wheelbarowthe wheelbarowthe wheelbarowI
I 1r the pick and the shovel It is ever everthus everthu everI
I thus thu and Chicago will be no exception exceptionCharleston excevtioncharle exceptiontp
Charleston charle ton Advocate AdvocateSTRIKERS AdToCAteTRIKER8 Advocatec
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STRIKERS AND STRIKE BREAK BREAKERS BREAKERS BREAKERS ¬
ERS ERSStrikers ERSStrikera ERSStrikers
Strikers and strike breakers like likecorporations Ilkecorporations likej
j corporations and trust combinations combinationsconducted eombinatlonsconducted
4 s conducted in restraint of trade are arenew arenew aretit
new forces in the social order for forwhich forwhich forwhich
tit
which adequate laws of control and andregulation andregulation andt
t 1b regulation hare not been made but butwhich butwhich
f ° which will be made as it is not con conceivable conceivable conceivable ¬
ceivable that the public will much lon longer longcr iont ¬
t ger allow itself itsel tc be victimized by byoranized byoranized byoranized
oranized capital on the one hand and andorganized andorganized
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organized labor onthe other otherThe otherj
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j The Negro strike breakers in the theChicago theChicago thet
= t F Chicago etock yards were handy handywith handyIth handyr
J r 5 with Ith the gun when assaulted by un union union ¬
ion striker last week It is the con conceded conMded ¬
1 1s s f ceded right of a man to defend him him0tl hImtlfwhOne
4 0tl Ill tlfwhOne lf When k > e is assailed sailetl and I is feariul fmar4ult
t
f
Y
of bodily injury There are those that thatthink thatthink thatthink
think that Negroes should not allow allowthemselves aIIowthemselves allowthemselves
themselves to be used to help corpor corporations corporations corporations ¬
ations against striking employees but butwe butwe butwe
we are not of the number on the the theory theory theory ¬
ory that a man has the right to quit quitwcrk QuItwork quitwork
work if he is dissatisfied and another anotherman anotherman anotherman
man has the right to take the Job If Ifho itho ifho
ho wants work and is satisfied wrth wrththe wrththe withthe
the conditions of employment The Thetheory ThQtheory Thetheory
theory that a man may not only refuse re refuse rQfuse
fuse to work but that he may also pre preIvcnt prQvGnt prevent
Ivcnt vent others from working is i an ab absurdity absurdity absurdity ¬
surdity which cannot be recognized recognizedor
or tolerated without destruction of ofpersonal orpersonal ofpersonal
personal liberty and of business enter enterprise enterprise enterprise ¬
prise This would be the outcome of ofit otit ofit
it if labor unions were allowed to have havetheir haTatheir havetheir
their way Equally absurd and intol intolerable intolerable intolerable ¬
erable Is the theory that employers employersmay amploy employersmay ri rimay
may fix prices and wage age rates arbi arbitrarily arbitr arbitrarily ¬
trarily tr lri1y without regard to the interests Inter Interests interests ¬
ests of the public by whose sufferaneo sufferaneothey sufferancQthey sufferaneothey
they are allowed to exist The forc forcing for foring foring ¬
ing of this condition of affairs on thepublic the thepublic thepLblic
public in the past two decades by capital eap eapital eapital
ital and labor has been provocative provocatlvof proocatlveof
of great loss suffering and Inconven Inconvenience InconTenience Inconvenience ¬
ience to the masses of people and calls callsmore callEmore callamore
I Ithis tis
more loudly for reasonable aclon at atthis
this is time than at any previous time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The great drawback to securing the thenecessary thenecessary thenecessary
necessary remedial legislation is th thfear the thefear thefear
fear in which both of the great parties partiesstand partiesstand partiesstand
stand of both capital capit l and labor Neithjer Neith Neither
er party will force the matter of relief reliefuntil reliefuntil reliefuntil
until the voters of the country aOJll aOJllpel eoielpel o opel
pel it to do so That time can not befar be befar bQfar
far offThe off offThe oirThe
The striker and the strike breaker breakeras
as well as the corporations and th thtrusts the thetrusts thetrusts
trusts are here to stay and will stayand stay stayand tay tayand
and fleece and inconvenience the mass massof manot mansof
of the American American people until they ar artaken are aretaken aretaken
taken in hand and given to under understand understand understand ¬
stand that they are the servants and andnot andnot andnot
not the masters of the people at larg largNew large lareNevI largeNeer
New York AgeTHE Age AgeTHE AgeTHE
THE FIFTEENTH ANNUAL CAMP CJLMPMEETING CAMPMEETING CAMPMEETING
MEETING AT MINERAL GROVE GROVEThere GROVEThere GROYDThere
There will be a campmeetln f at Min Mineral U1aeral ¬ i
eral Grove from August 14 to August Au t
28 and It 1 t will be a two weeks and andthree andthree andthree
three Sunday meeting closing on Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday
day August 28 The camp meeting is isheld i iheld isheld
held under the auspices of Rockville Rockvilleand Rockvilleand i iand =
and LaytonsvilIe Circuits WashingtonDistrict Washington j jDistrict j jDistrict I IwiII
District Washington Conference Itwill It Itwill
will be held at the usual cool pictur picturesque victuresque picturesque ¬
esque and convenient grounds situ1ated sltu1 sltu1ated sItu sItuated
ated near the railroad station at Wash Washington iingt
ington ingt n Grove Arrangement har harbeen haTc1 haTc1been have havebeen
been made for conveyances to meet alltrains all alltrains nUtrains
trains There will be services every everyday everydaj everyday
day love feasts union experience experiencemeetings experieneemeetings experiencemeetings
meetings union prayer meetings and anda
a general revival meeting Some ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the ablest ministers of Washington WashingtonConference WashingtonConference TtlShlngt011Conference
Conference will be present at these dif different dlferent different ¬
ferent meetings and special music has hasbeen hesbeen hasbeen
been arranged The Committee of Ar Arrangements Arrangements Arrangements ¬
rangements consists of Joseph Duvallgeneral Duvall Duvallgeneral DUTallgellcal
general manager J H Bailey Sesy SesyFrank QY eeyFrank QYFrank
Frank T Duvall J W r Ricks S L G GGrant GGrant a aGrant
Grant and James Ross RO 8 General Commiitee Com Committee Committee ¬
mittee miiteeTie t tTle j jTie
Tie Amphlons The Amphions The TheAmphions Th ThAmphion TheAmphions
Amphions AmphionsAnother AmphionsAnother i iAnother
Another delightful Outing and the thelast thelast thelast
last for this th season Saturday Aug August August u uust ¬
ust 20th Monumental Orchestra 700 700oclock 700oclock 700oclock
oclock sharp sharpROOMS sharpROOMS
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IIc rtt rind ounfain On o fltq irq nifed nit ca rder a on iraq ntq ffo t o 1Utr n rs rsIs
Is the leading Colored Fraternal Society of the United States It was organized
January lanuary January 1881 by Villiam W Browne and chartered in April 1883 under tht tT1 tT1aws
laws aws of the State ef Virginia with ith headquarters at Richmond Va Its Its membership member membership mem er
ship is both male and female and consists of all persons of good health from
to 60 years of age Its membership of 60000 is divided into Fountains and Cir Circles CirIles 14 ¬ j jcI
cles cI s It pays siok benefits from 150 IS to 250 per week and pays death benefits
from 24 2456 56 te 1000 loooBENEFITS 1000BENEFITS IOOOBENEFITS
BENEFITS PAID PAIDTotal Total benefits paid to date Sick dues r5eoDooj death ten bAnefits tenefits n nefits
efits 71437875 71437875SEVOR 71437815SfVOR 71437875SLYOR
SEVOR FOUNTAINS FOUNTAINSA A Fountain be
may organized consisting of 20 or orpersons eio eiopersons mopersons
persons not over 50 years of age paying a joining j fee of of from 460 te 510 eaci
The monthly dues are not l less ss than 35 cents in 111 rural districts and not less than thano
50 o Gents per p r month in towns and cities and a semiannual tax of 40 cents paid paidin paidIn i iIn
in January and July of each year Sick benefits paid are from 150 to 250 per perweek perweek
week while death benefits ecefifS range from 75 to SI2 125 A Fountain may be organ ¬
ized in any an locality on application to Rev W V L L Taylor G W V iftastez or to toany toany toany
any of his authorized deputies deputiesROSEBUDS deputiesROSEBUDSFor deputiesROSEBUDSFor
ROSEBUDS ROSEBUDSFor For the proper prop r training of the young ar M1 1 their development in inthrift inthrift inthrift
thrift industry and brotherly love there has been lorirsd forxz o ILed ed a Childrens Department Depart Department Department ¬
ment known as the Rosebuds Twenty or more children not less than three notmore nor normore normore
more than fourteen years of age may form a Rosebud upon the payment of i icask leaJole 1eagle
cask This department like the Senior Fountain pays sick benefits from gt 1 to totwentyfive totwentyfive to totxventyfive
twentyfive cen s per week and death deat benefits from 52450 2450 to 37 The monthsdues monthl monthldues monthldlles
dues are fifteen cents per month monthCLASSES monthiLA monthLASSESPersons
CLASSES iLA LASSESPersons SSE SPersons Persons desiring siring to leave their beneficiaries at atdeath death a larger amount amountthan amountthan amountthan
than is paid from Fountain Department De rtment take out policies in one or more of the thaClasses theClases theClasses
Classes of the Mutual Benefit Degree The members of this degree are divMed divMedinto dh dieiledinto ioied ioiedinla
into Circles and pay joining fees and dues du s according acconJin to the following tables
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REGALIA RElJALIAThe The The members oftheFoun oftheFountains ofthe of the Fountaffs Foun Fountains
tains and Rosebuds of the organizationwear organization organizationwear organizatonwear
wear no expensive regalia The rrga rrgalia rtgalia regaBa
lia of the organization organiz tion is is simple and its itscost itsCO I Icoat
cost CO l will be In the easy reach r ach of all allcosting allC6tln allcosting
costing C6tln from 10 cents cents to 3 The same sameis Slmeis simeis
is made by th j organization Cr anizatlon in what isknown is isknown isknown
known as the Regalia DepartmentTHE Department DepartmentTHE DepartrpentTHE
THE SAVINGS SA VINfS BANK BANKIn In March iSSB iSSBthere tSffithere iS 6 6there
there was ras gTant granted d by the Legislature of
Virginia a charter to t the Savings Hank Hankf I ank ankf
f te t e Gr Grritd ud Fountain United Order Ord Orderof rofTrue of True Reformers capital c pital stock roo 100000 100000The 100000rite ooo ooofhe
The bsnk 4s nk lk commenced business April April3 ril 3 1889 and from that time down to therr the ther
4 r rr < = cut hns h steadily inc increased cased aed in volume of Dullness Itnow It now has a paid up s3p fit3pl c ap apat
ita at l tock of t If + f Srocooo rOCooo From the humblesurn humble sum ofrs686g ofi ± 6869 6 deposited the fir flrft t dayte day dayc dayIC
IC c 1 h ink o felwd > enrd for f r business bU5mcsstn in iSSp I 539 the deposits dcpo i15 have havegrotn grown to 550 5 and arclihe andtac lrdt
ihe t J volume ium ot t business bu iI1tSs transacte transacted amounts to 619014147 During the th tnautst1 iinau iinaucsil finailf
csil f ll panic cf 1893 IS d the Savings Bank of the Grcnd Fountain was the only bank bankin rankill hankin
in ih the city of Richmond that did not cease to pay cash on all checks presented presentedViil presfntedNlil presentedrail
rail > the majority of other bauks were using usin sculpt sarlpt and clearing house checkshis checks checksPhis chockcfhi
Phis fhi his bask La 1k had its origin in the brain of ofVilham William W W V Browne an exslave of H Hbrrsitm P1 P1h fahrrsrtm
brrsitm h s11m Ga The banking house is located loca d at 604 North Second Street Pi Piioisd Fis1ond Pi14011d
ioisd Va Rev W V L Taylor President R R1 T 1 Hill Cashier CashierE4 Cashierc4
54 c4 ESTA ESTATE TE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTThe The Real Re l Estate Department Depc1rm nt has charge of al altcii z zd < 1n 1ni
tcii i li popery p pro erty to the amount t omt 0 of 22022165 2 o22r65 situated situat d in various States const > t r g grf f fq gl
rf l i q magnificent buildings bUllcim s used as halls 8 dwellings I hotel 5 stores and an i c cr e errm ef
rrm r r111 ruts It also has under its control 16 large large lar e buildings leased lease hy by it Th Thr Thrlm Thartinrit
r rtmsnt rlm < r1t is under the management of Lawyer J T C Robertson chief of o re i ii i + s si <
i ui J 1i aforney a Qn or1ey y for fo the association office at 608 N sod d Street Richmond RichmondkffeRMCRS Richmenhir6RIJLRS RichmentaA
kffeRMCRS A i O2Ii ERS MERCANTILE ANB INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONVas Was Vas charteted In Inier t tkr n naor
aor ier the lh laws law < of the he State of Virginia on the I4th day of December 1839 h hri fc hnri fcori
ori nri ri i ipil ip 11 office in In the city of f Richmond Va The purpose of this associatio i iu1act I Indllct tl1dct
u1act stores wholesale and retail buy and an sell real property manage < ra rao a aov
ov 0 hoels ho els manufacturing establishmects est lbIishments and do general business Tie Tiei e ei
> i it trail > i ha has in operation Hotel Reformer goo N Sixth Street Richmond Richmondt Richmendd Richmenddf <
f t nod rn uptodate structure heated by steam cold and hot water bi biiirtric > S SI c ch
I iirtric h tric triccars cars passing pas ngthe the door This Thishot hotel lhaaccommodationsfor150g1H has accommodations for 150 guets guetst gue > TS TSp rst
t p V 1Vioirnes V Ltoinnes is i manager and Mr T W V Taylor is clerk It has in opor oporKM optrx
KM 7 i system y rte 11 office of fi fic e stores located as as follows RichmondVa Washington D Dfa Dfachetcr Dia
fa fachetcr cheater Va Portsmouth Va And Roanoke Va The first or of o theca thesaor thfs6iJT thecar
or r < A s at Richmond Rich11L 1d Va was opened o n G April Apri13d 3d IQOO It employs a force fO ce of i3 t3ter i3ier ISacr
acr ier nis three delivery wagons agons and during the first fir t year did 550000 worth wort of ofinev oftne oftiuet
inev tne tiuet i f The n te e other stores tor s have been beC = R established estabi bed since sInce and have been equ equity equityis equdlyocrous tly
is 1 1 > roT ro ocrous erous > The general ge eral manager mana er of the system of f stores is Mr B L Jordan JordanhcHiju JordanlU Jordantier
hcHiju tier lU iriers at 608 N Second Street Richmond Va This Association wasr was wasrnd waSlrltd
rnd r td on the plans and recommendations made ma < < e by Rev W L Taylor its itsresident ItSre itsresident
resident residentTH re residentTH i ent entTHE
TH THE = REFORMER PRINTING DFPARTMENTls8ne DEPARTMENT Issues a n tfoeWy journal THE REFOFMER REFOFMERIe REFOBorERhkl
hkl hi t hn a circulation of 12000 This paper Is s pnblished ubli5helll is he Interest of the race r Ce an and to tonsei
USCi t tl A Ie dim diutt quost questions qU tons ons or of the > day dayupy Ihd lh subscription prlc615 price is 81 per year or 5c per swg1e swg1eopp 61c Ie IeJI
upy JI Th 1t otUco is equipped with modern uptcdnte machinery run by electricity It ri rr7Itn 1 1Iln
Iln In his from a vieftng Ittln card to IL p08ter4 22 by21I1nes byt2 iii hes Fine jobwork Job work of every class and an1h andd
u d 1 a rpt pi + a it i raado raiiao m + tdo a aepecmiiy epeclalty p6CI lty at lowest lowest priori priori prioriger Sir r K W Brown rOW 1 Is odltor and business m mIel mz mzger
ger crSloo On 603 N Second ccond Street Richmond Va Correopcndonee solicited and agen8 ageno wanteo wanteoUa want wantOLD tvante2 tvante2OLD
OLD I rLKS LKS HOt HOfrfTn Ein eptQmber eptember1853 1893 Rev William W Brown recommended the ro roi fore V Va
i Ua 1 and + nd a stablishrapnt stn b1I shmPntera of OM Folks Homes frr th thIS 1enrflt 1 > tit of old apd a pd doorepid dare id members < t tc tie tiece Jj
ioc ce c > iie htll i io that l l time tho valuable farm ntm knorfn nsWo3hain as 11 osham os = ham sons oonsisiinc oonS15tin Sting of U3m acres i i 1t < t tt
t Ho ° lo ro I hRS b been nt a cost c st or of fc 1 1H 81 + 1 1e 1 1uti
t n n Ihmotd < l Va a on the o onolie historic James fcn en purchased purchased
nolie H e uii 1t in p f < c n nnl nff Ohio O 01 > M > F IjiUrmd rhrlnd tilrrad rrns n ns Shrougti 5t lough ongt uti the iam 1a am 1 m and westnam shum station Isioeaie Isioeaieit Is lat lceate t c crt
it A lain 1niug > aiag tiiid til s farm Is Westbamptcn t > stbnmpton ark one on of m thu most 1nl5 pleasant resortein resorts In the thesummer its c r r n nsummer 9
summer It tiebmond i bmoiid me Westhampton Kb EltHtrlc m < M Mror haSR haSRandlu 8
Is reached In a f fw w minute trom a try > 7 tN
nnil andlu hpl1omPC1kp ho apenke 1nd Ohio Pallway Its a tbl t1tie borne 1 18 for the t < 1e benetlt of the be whOle race toj
Ceperatfn c Ptntbn of nil c chruttnb1P hnblp frJt friends > lds Is prayerfully solklted oUc1te < 1 All contrl contr btitions ttJons dona donatio s sbe1ttests E EN
belttt13tg of ntOrT or chnpat aster r will be v very ry thankfuJly thankfn ly recehtd Mr Jr T W taylor 19 chief chiefr n oxeye ar
N r the 0101 Folks H Berm om omes at f08 North S Svcotid dStreet treet R1ch Rlcbnond ond V8 V8or Vsor
ror or further information address addressJtev address9e addressvW
Jtev 9e vW W L Taylor G W M W P Burrell G W S S6MaS SL8
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