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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 March 1907

LOOK MUCH ALIKE MANY MEN IN PUBLIC LIFE. HAVE THEIR "DOUBLES." A MID WINTER VERDICT. Retemblanc So Striking That Queer Mistakes Art Frequent Among Statesmen and Officials at the National Capital. Striking facial rest-tnblances of men In public llfo and In official circles In this city are frequently commented upon. There arc three men widely known whoHo utmllarlty of face and form is ro Rlrlklng, says the Washing ton Star, that queer mistakes of Iden tity are experienced every now and then. The resemblance of the president to his distinguished secretary of the navy and attorney general, Mr. Moody, has always been the subject of remark and now and then of humorous mis takes. Now that Mr. Moody hna been elevated or at leant transferred to the Kiiprenie court of the t'nlted States be hus conio across another double in the person of James Mahcr, clerk of the supreme court. - The resemblance of Senators Al drlrh and Foraker is also RtrlkliiB. If Mr. Korakers well covered head were matche...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 March 1907

Tuskegep Institute. Ala, 1Y1. runty UM V St.. X. .. Washington. U t". f ; V.'.'T It i- tmu M-.ir'.y t v . 1 x . rr... M. Crai-ken i"x sin. O l'f" ;.!! tin' X- i;f l: ;i a. ' '. i : ' p. 'It i V r . . ir '.1 i" ;. . i i ' a i : - !. , . . ,i i. u- anl . ' ' ' . I , t I " I , : 1,1 . ii I'IMCi'i' ; ' . .- - ii i . i ' i i ,. ! !.'u: . -.- V-.. i !-..:! ' t!i - V ii .,. .. v I I 1 '.. v - ; I 1 1 r 1 ' n -' ' , ' t,," Ml.- la i h I ViilI.VS. to 1 .. , ;;. i m ,' til i' i- '!. 1 "I ni!- 1 .! . i I ! , . n - ; tu: i , Mi U a-'i ii; .: , 'ii. 1 Ii - '-' :u ill.' it- "' th I'n '"'.iii' l . " .'I 1 ' i'. III. X S' . X. W . '.ilitiiL-nii. 1 '. IV .1 Crini,," .".' Ciin ran St . at Imi'-'ii'li, 1' M.i:-v Climvli I'.-i I'll ." "'I J ,::''. I' St.. Wa.- Iiin:. t 'ii v. I 'I Si . X. .. Wa.-hiir-ti'tt. I'. i . Ali- i i Win 1 1 r i 11 1 " 1,11 I '. n iiii. .i.l C.riii.; i'. V.i:-Mni!tn, 1 1. ' i '.': !.. 'Ion . Ctaduates "" , l'.y W V .Inilirr. Washlliu'nii, 1 1. C. i 'I . S. l.lloM ." i"1 .;. lM.'...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

i t It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othet Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1907. NUMBER 2 THE 80N HAS PLANNED TO DE VOTE A SPECIAL COLUMN TO THE INTEREST OF RELIGIOUS AND CHURCH. NEWS AND ALSO TO LODGES AND SOCIETIES. Mr. J. P. Craig, a member of the Second Baptist church and a high Ma son will have charge of church and lodge news. Mr. Craig Is a biblical scholar and fully competent to render efficient sarvlce. A young minister of the educated type, and has the highest respect and good will of a host of friends. All churches, lodges etc., are requested to make out your schedule and bring It Into the office of the Son, No. 914 E. 12th street. Both phones 780 main and grand. J. F. CRAIG. Rpeorter of Lodges and Churches. Black Diamond Development Company INDEPENDENCE NOTES. Rev. Mrs. Fannie Brown and daugh ter and Mrs. Cox are visiting iu Den ver, Colorado. Miss Ida TuckeT who has been quite...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

Lady Isabel and the Curio Shop 3Y MRS. NEISH (Copyright, by Joseph H. liowli-s ) MATTERS FEMININE. & ! , MJHIJNS DECREE FOR COMING SEASON. THE V Silks. Cashmeres and the L'i( Will H.ive Precedence Scvi' Co-vfs in Many cf the W; "Jerful New Shades. 'Mod imw th.it an- .m.-.r i; modes Is wavering he 1". ::!! sse an ) Km I; l c I aSl ease, .lite! li'il the two seasons J' ' l.i' I'llM'. it li. it'll lI'V f'l- ' .' : i.iN nf (.liable to 1, i: v i'.:s. 'athiiicre. ; . : i i r. . in i- u . v all oth I . i. ' ..tl'.els b'.'.lill ! . : 1 . s . mo ! - : i r ; r i -: -. hav i' In eti re ' i I ; !t:iti!;tti w. '.:!:t. and w "i" "Irs. U.s - ;nl,i;.i.i!ily to this ' i ..; -'.-r : tii'l:.-' i':m Ill lintll plain aid a .i'. ' s i.- lii'if.K ii' eloped intn ;' ii l.inu Kpritsu suits, trim ' ' i . ; ': iitid braid tafioM si!!:. Hi- lit. -: i. s. Ai-.i. It Is I'piv !"' -1 : . I . ! l.ibvio for sopa : ' v. Iijili at" a.-i-'imtto; some n 'n :r i i i u : 1 1 ;t i vnir-ir Whit" i-i ' ' nil : -1 !:.- . ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

HOUSE A "HOODOO" TRAGIC HISTORY OF OLD WASH INGTON STRUCTURE. Rtmarkabla Series of Disasters Fol lowed Residents of Building That Once Occupied the Site of the Russian Embassy. In addition to its architectural beau ty and the brilliant life for which it furnishes a sotting, the Russian em bassy. In I street, facing Farrngut square, is one of the historically Inter esting dwellings in Washington. Until tie present owner of the mansion ltMd it to the Russian government a carious superstition prevailed that sine the early days of the civil war the property has suffered from a "hocv doo." When New York city was young and Ren. Tracy failed to capture the may oralty of the city as then constituted there were persons in Washington ready with the "I told you so" of do feat, who boldly asserted thut the po litlcal ill luck was part of the misfor tune which overtook the general when us a member of Honjainln Harrison's cabinet he decided to live in the houst which then occupied the ulte of the...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON. - Editor and Owner. Office. 914 E. Twelfth St. :il...l I:mv Wnk RISING SON RUB. CO. WILSON 1 1 A W SUN. Hnlnt.s M.itiunf r. s; I'Si-uiVTi" - .T M.M!.. M I'lllK M.-.l'i t.. !' i-.iiil :i ,i. it. ,1 l IN I . ! :a. .i S.i. m N I; TI f i M.iiti r n i rit. I. . :rm : iV..k. ., !l"t f' rv rit v r 1-uMl-i. t J.i t. r ( ; . I Tin I t r pnl'.i- l t! til. i li. I' r:t. i:ci: w. jhh-pkn S-i it ty 1-Miii r. IV K!:'l I . isin.; n.vri: l . - r. mi Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid orculat on ef THE RISING SON it more than double the combined circulation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. The Son ilni's ni.t K.iiis.is City .lnuiiNil. : pi-.r tii nt Sinro in te ,i f.iilure. h dn lr- ih t like the l hiit the N'euro N'.w Vntk will nut know whv S ii .loiirn.i! shoilil nmke sm h a ore Mi tjoti. Thi Ni l'ioi s of Nt'W York ?.ite Minfi-ile.1 in their greatest n-uipris.-s. Th. Afo-Amerieiin Heil ty rompuny Is n i:imii ill...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

HotelWalters' Journal Edition. i THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please H't ttic little bit we collect here una t lert bkt enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Miss Ora Edwards of 182C Flora Is very sick. All notices and announcements will be published for 10c per line. Mrs. John Carpenter is now living in her new home at 1 533 Park ave. Wait and watch for the Easter num ber. It will be Just what you want. Eliza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. Mr. C. H. Thomas will open the ldtal cafe at 910 E 12th Saturday evening. Mrs .V S. North had a very severe accident from which she is slowly recovering. Let some one read in the Rising Son what you are doing In business or society. They are still coming. Prof. J. Silas Harris and Prof. T. W. Williams paid subscriptions. Mrs. M. S. Henderson will rent you a furnished room at 1012 Oak street.. AH conveniences. If you want the best work done cheap bri...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

Pitiful Appeals Sent from China Incredible Scenes of Hardship -Disease Adds Its Horror to that of HungeHtlany Months of Suffering and Death Ahead ""America Appealed to for Aid. s r L : "rr.e K nndoni of China The Shaded Portion of the Map Indicates the Ter ritory Stricke n by Famine. Frightful famine has Its clutches on tvwo lands. Owing to the drought sr.P. the failure of the crops in South Central Russia, 30,000,000 Russians in " t.tovmces have seen their means of subsistence swept away. Men, women fl-.o chiidrcn, huddled in their miserable villages on the steppes of the Volga . nd ti e Casoian sea. are face to face with starvation. It is feared that ten per cr.t. may die before new crops can be gathered. The flooding of -tO.OCO square miles of lowlands in northeastern China has rerctred 15,000.000 homeless. It is believed that fully 4,000,000 of these nwy perish. So pptiful are these calamities that the voices of the starving peasants have been heard around the world. America has...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

ffilSTorfROWNSWLLE 1f :e5 GOVZRfmz&T BUILDuJG It Is not generally known that James Sti'dman, president of the rich est liink in the l.uited Slates and re puted to In the financial m-iiiiif of the Standard Oil company, was born In Hrownsvilli. Tex. In fart Mils little city of 7.000 peo ple, tucked away in the Roiithorninof t tip of Texas, has been not only the birthplace of many preat men, hut the arena of events which not only made history, but are doubly Inter est Iiik because of the clement of ro mance Interwoven with them. At present it Is a city of memories (Jreamlnu on the banks of the HIo Grande river, with a wonderful soil and climate capable of supporting its population many tlmea over. Byroa son of President Koosevelt's dis charge of the negro troops who raided the town, many have first learned of Its existence and comparatively few are aware of tho important part It has played In the commercial and martial history of this country. In the days of the civil war. Mata mor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 March 1907

Tnkoi:if I iit-i il 'it t. A I.i . I VIn n.ii y 1. 1'"'7 - It t tinvv tf.irly itti'lvo -.i f- si mo I'll-li-i ii k 1 i-ilas-. to wIkhii t!n' Ni'ui'i itnIo io lump 111 ill ?u ;i!l mhi f ; ,; nt' mir l.n f ir t!u ;.i:t lit tnik in vrurltm our fnv.lnin. il; I In V.i--liiin,,it)n. Hi limin' ;it Aii.iMV-ti;i. in tin1 Mibrulis of V;is!i:lr.!"t!. s'ill Ivtmitis. hnuvw r. :iml ;r:i rt'l.iri Is ti. iw ln-Mii ni.l !o !" iro-oro tliU liniiso with its iiu'iiiorl 's .iti'l 1 1 .nlii imis ami iiimKc it ; porm.i unit '.iii'tniii l il tn lfcuml.ivs ;itil th" An iivsm l;it inn. Known .is the I'ri'il-i-i-irU Pntiutavs Moiiiniiil : 1 1 Histm 1 . 1 1 Assuri.iti.iii. Inis !v,i fni tucil ti effort this i'irni Tin' iin))1i of our iiic, h.ixi1 a t.nv opportunity to Votior tho lui'Mi.'iy of I'ri'ili'rii U Imc l.iss ;i:il to show thi'lr ro retire mill Iom' for tin- in. in. who iliiritm tho trv. tmr tilings licfoti1 an 1 aftiT tho war, Miilioilif.l In Ms own life. nior than a'iy (tln r man of our ran1, tln as...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

"V It Pays toAdvertiso In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., SATURDAY, MAKCII 30, 11)07. NTMHKIt 2 The Largest Edition today of any Negro Newspaper in the United States. 4$ t 7f It.;..- ..I- !' BISHOP ABRAM GRANT, Head of the Fifth District. The Mouth piece of the A. M. E. Church, and One of the Most Able Negroes of Our Race. He is ai S ? nnll'l? T. tV A Nil t Mi I IN. Romn ppM arc I'Uiimn tVcit Honker T WiwMt'ri: Democrat. Tliis is lint t r 11 Mr. Wa-tiiiu'tcn. hi a WnshinKtoo, D. ('., M.iid . "1 'iiii mil n )H'l:tie'.ie . I i I Republican." President MKmlfv ami Mr V.V! " close friend. ii i- . Ii J THE RIQHT REV. F. JESSE PECK was h iiii in I 'all hum e, Maryland. 1 1 rami' fmiu a Imitr lino of preachers. His fal hers grandfather was a preach- Uuring his career as a preacher h' lias pastured many charges. 1 1 was -4 years at I ho Campbell A. .M. K. church. Washington, l. I'.: at St. Joseph, Mo.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

Lincoln lostltit&te SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI . . I?! t t BROADWAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Stores No. 1 , 2, 3 and 4 Both Phones 2772 Crand and 2809 Main Repairing Promptly and Neatly done. Goods called for and De livered. Located at S. W. corner oi 19th and Troost Ave. GEO. WALDEN, Mgr. COURSES: English, Normal. College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Sv.mrr.er School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their grade of certificate. ADVANTAGES : Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN FRANKLYN ALLEN, President, Jefferson City, Mo. The Finest Bock Beer 9 s Bock Rochester Bock "The Beer That's Beer" 3! Kansas City Breweries Go. KANSAS CITV, IVI...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

t liellledniiig of ffiet The True Gladness of the Easter Day By Rev. William Byrne. (Cathollo Vlcar-Oenerat Archdiocese of Boston.) A ASTER Sunday ts the day on dp which the church commemorates the resurrection of our Lord from the dead. . . . H.v raising Himself from the dead, Christ triumphed over all His ene mies, and gnve the most convincing proof of Ills divinity. lie fore told His resurrection. "The Son of Man shall bo three days and three nights in the heart of the earth." (Matt. xil. 40.) Speaking of the tem ple of His body, He said: "Destroy this temple, and In three days I will raise it up." (John II, 10.) "On the ihird day Ho shall rise again." (Matt, xx, 10.) "I lay down my life that I may take it again. I have power to lav It down and take It up again." (John X; 18.) The resurrection of Christ was a The Hope, Memory and Reality of Easter By Rev. Albert Parker Fitch. df the Congregational Church.) rwliK Resurrection, which we celo .jit f hrato on Easter day, means one of...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON. Erttcr and Ovwner. 0" cc. ?H E. Tvcl'th St. RISING SON PUB. CO. 'J.St 1 1 .( iN. I'.'.-i: - M.i t : . 1 1-: -1 . ! S t ; 1 I ' ; ! i i l: T!S V ... f ' ti, f. n ... m, . .. . ' . . i : ? -i it i ". r -I t k i i.-.i- !. .i- j i ' M .It. r. . ' ! r. i .it M ! .1 ri . 1 i ;! .!) t w 'j l;i I'm M . : Wilt.- ;i- A' ti. ..r.i. I i t . ".!. .1 ; ... ( i : i - W:M ! ... Il .! !! !i. t : 1 1 r !.! Tim ! ' . "! .! I. k. .. .) lr i't ! .1 l ' li. u tt. r i"i I' f .'il. i- f t k -ii t i .1 . .: .. .! ii ; ,t . . HOKVK W. liOl.liKN. S- it ty IMitnr. t' i:k TisiN.i i:ii:s r . : . :'!:. !!i I t l . Ti . . J ..'. I i, i Ii . .i !i . 1 1 i . : 1 1 l n - 1'.;' i . i. . till'. III. Millie .. . '..r 1 ' . i i . . - in-il'iv ... ibi 1 r r h. v i Mi. m.. -it h l. mi ( r : a i ' i : ' i . l w . '. . m i Ii . . r. ."" Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid orculat on of THE RISING SON is more than double the combined circulation of ail the other Ka...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

Hotel IVaiters JToixraa.! Sdltlon. THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, nnsincss M(jr. PEKCY 1). CIUWIP, Solicltoi. V Uenieniln'r ileae ll'R the little bit we collect lit' re una I lere hat eniiblei u ti run from year to year." LOCALS. IH)h this paper allow bIsuis of pro- Krntwt MrCaniplicll wan In town to jiluy with the .lenkltm amilnst tv. K. (.'. Itliit'M. lie played a profi' Hloiv.il riiiiio of hall, lit' will pit. Ii f r the Washburn Collove nonius! I5.ii.rr I 'nlvt-i lty. ho yon want to work? If ho yon run :t any kind of work by ap plying to tli? Afro-Amrrlran Kni ploynirnt ujtPnry at 1i.i Mcfire SI. Home I'lionr Main, llrll Phone 48111 Main. The "llii MhiK tienlns Club one i our best literary and wirlal cltilm in the rlty; hml a first rlnss pro':i .-m last Thursilay nlnht; and served re froKhnient to members and friend." at Hotel Compton. Read the blgAD of Weaver Rivers in this is elul Issue. and Mr. John Driver Is now kIvIiik his valuable service to the Rising Son. Mr. John Driver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

iSnTti I AVeffct able Prcpnnl ion for As -! simil.HinjsnKKxxlanrtRcflula Tremolos Dilion.Ckvrful rtrss and Host Contains noiilitT Opium. Morpluni' nor Mtnouil. Not Naucotic. avr v 'f o-wn zz rrraa.1 W ui w - A.A.tb War -1,-rA.fui 'mat-fan mrr Apoifcil Ioin'ilr forronsiip,! Moo. , Sour Siomach, DiarrluHM rrin4 fniiinl.i. m.: I'.h-hm. K ncss finJ Loss or Su- ei facsimile Siljniilure of kkw'yohk. I tACT COPV OF WRAPPER. flL -"VTrfr For Infants nnd Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of M 11A i ijv in fa$ Use U' For Over Thirty Years t- et iun cooptn. im vobm citv. SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S lime SUB I Q IT w ??'i!ilO tbo UotreU. Foitivclf rnri by these Initio I'll is. TUy n'.vi rt Uevu Dis 'riv.4 from iv-tpps.l.i. Ia-d'.'.-r.-tlja ani Too lljarty K itii'i;. A I'i'rf'vt fiti My for IMjiton. Natnr-n, Krowsinosfi. Jul Tx-to la V.i) Jloijih. Cint'.-J T. ,nxii. r,i!n In the sin. ToKI'in MVi:i:. Tae-j SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. i - 'C7ITTLE i II IVER J II P'LLS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

T MtE NOT CURIOUS WASHINGTON CITIZENS SHOW LACK OF INQUI6ITIVENESS. Leading Light of the Nation Too Common at the Capital to Con mand More Than Patting Attention from Resident. Living in Washington is a man 99 years old who has passed nearly SO years there und has never Bet foot, In side the enpltot. At the Virginia end of the Aqmdiirt bridge, across the upper Potomac, la a woman past SO, who, llvlnp. within half a mile of WuKMngtnn all her life, has never been In Washington. The old WaBhlngtonlan, who lu htile and Intelligent, suid when questioned lhnt he'd never cared to go Inside the , Capitol. There was no Imstncs call ing him there. Ho'd always been perfectly willing to let the folks in hide the rapltol go their wf.yg If they'd only let him alone. The old woman at the other end of the Aqueduct bridge observed In re sponse to an interviewer's Inquiries that she'd never crossed over to Wnsliinglon because she'd jjever cared to. She'd always had enough work to do without gadding a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

WE COMPLETE YOUR HOME WHtlh (Everything ami outr Limie CHINAWARE, E tc y ij If you are thinking1 about making a pur chase it will be worth your while to come gLin and see us first. You can't beat our goods for reasonable prices, and terms made to suit. A large stock to select from. Three stores for your convenience. n tui iru 611 Main Street Home Phone, 4958 Main 1006-1008 East Eighteenth Street Home Phone 5077 Main Kansas City, Kans. Store 612 Minnesota Ave. Home Phone 1073 West WASHINGTON. D. C. NOTES. ommcmlim; to tli Faculty that niulil I instruction In' Hiven lo tlioso etnploy- Moward University Post Graduate cd during tli I;iy, provided the As - Corse and Polyclinic. j soclation of American Medical Col- Thi' lits'tory of tin- Medical I cpnrt- leue.s will approve of his smmestion. i-i. 111 of Howard I'nUersily has shown j President Thirkichl and Dean Hey Uiai 11 is nlive lo the advanced pro- . Inirti consider it feasilile and pust to sr.'f.s made In Medicine. Snidery and the ma...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

J B. LESTER. HENRY M BEARDSLEY EDWARD ROSS. President Y. M. C A. Mllijje. t I f I tit-- Sl,l-tl b. M One of Kansas City's Most Prominent I not While opesl .Hid l We will lllllll hem Up Ihey will hire linue. it inav and Aggressive Business Men. The subject of this sketch, Mr. .1. The l!o, .'; v' ' the S' cllllle U I to I lie be vour s,,u mi- iiaughtei ilnr e.i..-r tiaj lived in Kansas ( It y fot is He has been connected with vond ll.ipiUi Inn ell iliiritig In lite ill I hi- - mi ii i M n i 1 . ilniio' work for the chinch, has bei n iieitifiei U i 1 1 1 e el enieipilse tending toward ihe of the uue At piesent his n ti lu. iv be voir B. lister. Is n native of Ti but later moved to Iowa where he was reared. He attended the public schools '.: ; t: 'f. Ikjv'i- I ','.' : In that state and on becoming of hkl became Interested In several kinds of . '.;v.' Die uplift steady '. A. . - ' .. i f and sincere work in the Y. M is attracting treat attention ;:vi;? s ar vk'-tfSZ -V ..' . ' , J as. --...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 March 1907

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Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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