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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 April 1907

ft) It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More VOLUME XI. While Man Brutally Ravisher a 3-Year Old Negro Girl. I. B. Kimbrell, Republican Prosecuting Attorney, Refused to Prosecute Him. Judge H. G. Kyle, of Police Court, Fined Man $5.00 W. P. Simpson was up before the police court on the charge of ravishing a three-year-old Negro girl. The evidence was conclusive us the child's mother came in and screamed for help. The officer making the arrest thought the matter so grave a case that he carried the man before the criminal court. I. U. Kimbrell, county prosecuting attorney said there was not sufficient evidence to hold him on, and ordered him sent to the police court where Judge Kyle fined him $500. The entire affair was conclusive. There were four witnesses besides the police surgeon who examined the girl and Captain Weber who appeared personally to prosecute the man for com mitting such a terrible crime. It Bhows through the indifferent manner of the prosecuting utt...

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. — 6 April 1907

ILincoln. lostitute SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI J. 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 ol 19th and Troost Ave. GEO. WALDEN, Mgr. - . COURSES: English, Normal, College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer 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 arc 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 Heim's Bock Rochester Bock "The Beer Thai's Beer" The Kansas City Breweries Go. KANSAS CITV, IVIO. iKELL...

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. — 6 April 1907

Round About Gossip of People and Things in the Great Metropolis SAGE FUND TO BE USED IN FIGHT ON POVERTY NKW YORK. It In unnounevd by one of tho group of men who will have niurh to ilo 'with expenditure of the Ini'imic of the $10,ooo,nno fund Mrs. Ktissoll Sago has given to char Ity that the money will bo spent largely in n practical struggle with poverty. The puritose Is to Improve tho "social anil living conditions" nnd high-browed visionaries need not apply. In speaking of Mrs. Sage'B purpose, this authority said: "We used to think poverty arose largely from defects of character. Now we know It may arise from vast ly different causes and that an tip right, average citizen may Unci him self 'up against It.' lie needs a boost. "Here Is a poor scriibwoman. middle aged. She makes five or six di liars a week. She has a horror of an un known grave. She takes out some Insurance the real purpose of which is to provide a decent burial for her. It. Is a good thing. Hut. why should this wom...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 April 1907

WM. T. WASHINGTON. Editor and Owner. O'f.cr. 9! E. Twelfth St. ! ' -' : ! . V . . k RISING SON PUB. CO. Wil.S'lN 1Y (IN. 1 1- .!'. M.III.IUi i . 1- V V THE RISING S O iV i The G'0Ain9 Posib,htie fr Great Negro Joum.11 in Kansas City. Mo. Tliis special Issit" of 'In' Ittsinn Son !W- e. T I I 'I -l ' l that till' meat III. is. .I V .:m mi I Ins c Hi i in ii 1 1 i ' ii.i' with llwi. tiw lulu. II. 's we mi' lieitu : . 1 1 i n;i i.Mr our phones; . i U i 1 1 l; lis 'low . il - i'i ll.11 lllnlllT. Mall, ls ii..i ii.:ii' !.. i.iir nilii'i' in i::Mti t . .,'. Tli'i- ii tin- In ml cif . K..M-..S t'i: ln-t..i: Tims vim see I..' 'vi :nl of p. il.l.c ,i j..r.i ji. Ti n 1 1 : i ;.. M h.ue taken chariie i.f the :;!. ' N. !;; j..lllll;ll ill till' city In lii : t i i in .. succi s-fnl pn'.iiiin ill t!l- 1 1 1 1 Ml M II 1 1 V . Till plesi lit liWIH'M I ; . I '"' paper i mvIiih I ) heed nf the ; ; . : .r in I his city, t ln-ir lack nf :i i i-. il ..l;iii ji.inii.il uiin a Ihiiii.' elr i i .la'ioii nt...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 April 1907

THE RISING SON. WANTED, energetic ntmlness wo- Lnnin HolU-ltor for grocery ntore. dill at enre. Salary iiih! (.'innnilsHion. 1 GoT l.ytliu ttve. WILSON DAWSON. HuhIiioss Mgr. 1'KRCY D. CIU MP, Solicitor. Remember pleHse It s th little blta wp PolliTt Iht nnn I tere tiut piuiblc us Ui run from ymr to yrnr." LOCALS. Docs this impei' show signs of pro-press? . .Try a Full Moon or a Mountain Mist at McCampbell & Houston's. Mr. .Tohn Driver Is now ghlng his Viihiiilile service to the Klsing Son. Mr. T. O. McfHtiipheU If K'm giving tlie city satisfiiction hs Foieiimn of a street gang. Mrs. Winfrey of Chllileothe. Mo.. sint hist Sunday visiting in the city. She was the guest of Mrs. O. 1'. .Mo torn of til U Campbell strett. Do yon want to work? if so yon can get any Kiinl of work liy ap plying to the Afro-American Kin ploynient agency at .Iimi.'i Mcdce St. Home Phone ti2:!0 Main, Hell Hume 4SJt Main. The "P,iiil'li;ig (ienins Chili one il our liest literary anil social cliils in the ci...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 April 1907

1 5 r 11" ft BKrvr i. 1 ."yr-- "" A, :.', '.' l'a 'l M n.tfvc;ftTc taas nit r w av " sv." p tl e her ahoa: en' i .il s s:.u il ati'l navy, the towr. which Ki'oiii'.'l. ollicl ils if i-i:r. i ilirei t miltiai y ope era ami IV IT lilt 'he m any part of the ropnViic. for cm iil"t hl'' ilistaaces ; i in ' i t i'i a ljoininn count ics. ! !! .1-; in the Meiliienam an r.i.-cay. 'he Kim! Mi hanricl. Itiltic will he in -ea or th '.nsia:i' t.meh with the .1: ar. an'tioi it : .s in 1'aris. s'loiil l Fi ance an I Ktnlam hi' -oTiie ailies la some future cont'.ict -1 . t ..in I j . i w i ' r immuaii-at lui wl'li i.nmiou maiii'aim"! f'.'oin the I'.iffel .o.it'i'.varil from it waves of warniiiL' aii'l comt'aan.l ill .! ;."la .iii-I Tunis. From th n'.ite i.i'.mt mav Issue iinier tl mi into i ieina' l ; that will ha:tu" tl.e mail of liurope. I) ilia- the army manenv Tall the arious corps w-ue iiom the new station. l.:i' iiiovelmu'.'s In the Kimlish tu l the Me.liierranean were v. iiluiut a I'fti h in...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 April 1907

MAKING OVER LACE EMBELLISHMENT A COMPARA TIVELY EASY MATTER. Expenditures of Time and Trouble Well Worth Making Case In Point It Described by a Writer. Many of the quite rhonp laors ran bp lnarvt-lously transformed and beau tified by a lit I In expenditure of time nnd trouble, the material for embel linluuent being comparatively trifling. 1 noticed this especially lately on the blue silk hiuhIIii of a young cousin, fays a writer, whose pretty dress waa Krcatly improved by Inexpensive laoa on which was a blue outline. This Itt ter she had done herself In twisted embroidery cotton of a silky uitlu, and the effect was admirable. POR DECORATION OF HOUSE. Ordinary "ploce lace," treated as yqu ee In the illustration can serve either for entire blouses, or for cuffs, yokes, ir chemisettes over white or colored foundations. For sachets and cush ion covers It Is very pretty. Her pink stout embroidery corton Is sewn down with tine silk ami a few blue loop stitches in the spaces of the leaves ...

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. — 6 April 1907

WE COMPLETE YOUR HOME Li -""- - - ...... WitiDv Everything m omit Lme HINAWAR tc mm: V U t mi r rr junw1 - III--- If you are thinking about making a pur chase it will be worth your while to come in 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. Ul iru 611 Main Street Home Phone, 4958 Main 1006-1008 East Eighteenth Street Home Phone 5077 Main Fwra Stare 9. Kansas City, Kans. Store 612 Minnesota Ave. Home Phone 107J West PROF. L. L. THOMPSON, A Great Mediur. and Divine Seer. Tills III. Ill will It'll "'! Wllill ''! want lo know. Mis methods ot mug lit t k' healing air mat clous, showing liis absolute mastery of occult forces. I'tnl. Tlioini'soii received this dt ine secret from ;i dying Hindoo Uh'MIl lie ll ltl bell ielnleil. lie IlllH tl,lel(d o.r the ellliie area of lll' (nieiiial Win III Tint.- are only two! linn li v in ii who ai-e in possession of. lle'sc uumh'i till sect e...

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. — 13 April 1907

V 1 . it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More VOLUME XIV The Metropolitan Street R'y Co. Is a Strong Agent in the Promotion of Kansas City's Greatness. About a score of years ago Kansas City was lu a very rude state, i .. city limits marked by Troost Ave., going east and the various streets within walking; distance were nothing but vast woods. In those day .the pioneers of the city had only "mule cars for transportation and these were almost a failure because nearly every pioneer had conveyances of his own in the form of horses and wagons. Various companies owned the mule cars on different lines. Then cam the boom which sent Kansas City fifty years ahead. People began to own property and the city began to grow and the city limits took another step forward. Then also the mule cart were changed by force of necessity ' to our latter day, cable car- ayftetn. j The people thought JJBf velomj change JurCJ portailon. The"lle, trn&r-stel Railway company th r p''.,,, '...

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. — 13 April 1907

SHUN HOODOO DESK CLERKS AT WASHINGTON SUPERSTITIOUS. ARE No One Cares to Work at Places T-at Seem Marked Out for Mis fortune Doorkeeper's Post an Example. si'i'iis if niiifiiytntti inil!tis d.Mii.-isaX lvsiciKiMon-i iiri'l ilcathn in i!n event tvi' !) r? nn-:i In V;..?h:ntfon nfit ii ili-vrli'i n wha I Ktii'Wti a tin- ' Ii.iii.Iiiii ir; " av tin Wa-V.itiutun l'lv:. tu;. a". I A or a" fva: li.-..:!: trie fo it : . i-. .i-i.i T (1.) fit :.- r.iv r : : '. Km. It i-.' T'-. S' '"..t ti is ;. tl r.u hint:: 1.- l--k cu; ,,; I'--' 1.7 It) .- .it: I ms u:i,!.-r s:iiU-i:i after i't tun ftntu 'In1 s.'ivicn rat t f I ti f im . u n-.-iiuaa t!n :f t-!i..'lM occur ffV .mioim :hi iMviij'.itu s of !'.c ni'i'M1 of a rar of .1-1 till' !',iKlllIN'll oai' in tlitit iihimi care '. w.-rk a" I' In a room '.!', till" IiihMiM ,!f1 I . for :' is nio-t m'li ii'l 'in- 'it'iilii in : il r .,t th,- daily TIRED OACKS. The t. to iu kt' 01 illg have a prrat uortt tn thr Wood I'll; P. When they pet out of order It ra...

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. — 13 April 1907

3 HELP FOR THE LOBSTERS. CARE OF THE ftlCK ROOM. Round About Gossip of People and Things in the Great Metropolis SOCIETY WOMEN HEAVY LOSERS IN STOCK CRASH Ni:V YORK. That members of Iho "400" were caught heavily In the recent slump In Block values Is stated in the Wall street district on good au thority. The aggregate losses of one group of young society men and wom en have been conservatively placed nt $20,0(10.000. The head of a family whose ances tor was founder of one of the greatest railroad systems In the country Is said to have been 100.000 shares Ions -on Union Pacific. His loss In this stock alone Is over $3,000,000. A . woman member of the Vanderbllt family also Is said to be a heavy loser. A close friend of the young railroad man, also a society leader, Is said to have been almost "broke" In the recent crash. He has since o!d his new 70-mlle-an-hour automo bile to Ret ready cash, and to-day la rejiorlcd to have put his Tuxedo vllia on the market. The rush into the market ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 April 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON. Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. t'uMMu .1 Kwtv v..k RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON nwvsov Hnsir.ess Matiauei. sci:svi;irTi-N i: n: .m- Yi .ir l Hix M.'VII ;-. Three Mouth; I" dm' Month I'. Stri. 1 1 y p.iiil in m.K.i'i. i . , Hnt . r- il ;it thr Post I'ffu , it K.u .! i I'ltJ, us Stroud l-l.i.s Mitttr. ( t'lTn i.:i.l iHd w;,!it.il Im tuiy rity ntnl town in Uus nt.it-. Wi.ti ' All tu! m.i 1 1 f r it f :iil. il tor i 1 1 1 1 - ration nlmnl. I n.nl ..ffir. not I, it. r than Tu' S.a. of i-a "i w.ik. .irl must hi' -Hlyniil l- thr WMtil not f ! uili cat. on hut as Kl.il.inl-. ot autllonty. iui:vi: w. hoi.hkn. Society lMilnr. I . r si 1 1 1. . . 1". r t I '. I; t'.. I A . r t.. r.. h 1 ' r i tv .. r . Mivkk i isin'i; i: n:s. I: . h. o. ll.s. 1 1 1. m f in. n. . .I s .l'S. 'im i.t in- till-. til ' ill . . . In. . I li ' lli. Tii'O.llis . I -A i . Hi'1 1 ! I - r. iii II. Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The F'd circulat on of T...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 April 1907

3E3tolE!l Waltors JTovirao,! Edition. THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember jilnane lt' the little lilts we collect here ana I lere hut nnlilt' ur to run frtim yenr tu year." All unnounronients and notices are ten cents per line. businpHB place and openly aliimlng private citizens. The charges against Mr. Bnlly are as follows, and were niade by E. 1 lop pel of 1054 West 9th hi. Thus: I hereby charge Officer J. W. Ballcy with conduct unbecoming an officer. Part of the acts complained of oc curred in my store, 1054 W Ninth street. The only witness there at that time was my wife. The other acts occurred In front of the police station and no one witnessed these acts but myself. E. Koppel. Respect fully 1C54 W. Ninth street. Subscribed and sworn to 24th day of March, 1907. Notary Public. My com mission expires Jan. It, 1907. LOCALS. . .Try a Full Moon or a Mountain Mist t McCampbell A Houston's. Church Hill Soda Fountain opening April 21 at 923 ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 April 1907

Borrowing Now I ii .p. t Ar.' t!.f i V fl.l ! el I In tl e Appro; , nty .'f thin nvg'.t , yo'i mil worry. trti-e muni mid ef I . rr rtrtr'.-t in.' 1 ll r ill ,ii'.i. 1 our I V' n Ilk" 'I'll f i w 1: h A 1 pV.. ry por ttr.i Ani !..- VI.l'Tl W in r Whfn . . elr.i Am. I t' . I ,i.- 1 nethirg prepl . (.' !i:ipi'i-i'. at nil. ',! !UA It 1 st:ri to f p.. : ill Mai btl.c which i; crow M.vii'.t I Tnlly. N. .1. Many a mother1 has saved her child from doaih. Here U a clilid who ha:i saved her mother from death death under tho grinding wheels of a locomotive, tearing along the rails at 00 miles an hour. Thu child Is 12-year-old Katlo .lohn eon; the mother. Mrs. William Jobn ia. If It hadn't been for little Katie Mrs. Johnson would be lu her grave now and Katie a motherless little schoolgirl. Hut Katie kept her wits where another child might have lost them. The train was the five o'clock mall from l'hlladelphia. It whs behind time. The engineer was trying to catch up to his schedule, so be pull...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 April 1907

:1 1 I A X": l.T h d ' 'i'i I ft iocolin lostittst SUPPORTED BV THE STATE OF MISSOURI I BROADWAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Stores No. 1 , 2, 3 and 4 Both Phones 2772 Crand and 23S9 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. r-r COURSES: English, Normal. College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer 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 I3V TOWIW Heim's Bock Rochester Bock "The Beer That's Beer" 3! Kansas Cit...

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. — 13 April 1907

WE COMPLETE YOUR HOME With (Everything M our Line 3 CHINAWAR El tc ! 'CSV If you are thinking about making a pur chase it will be worth your while to come in 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. 611 Main Street Home Phone, 4958 Main 1006-1008 East Eighteenth Street Home Phone 5077 Main FmnrmiDfiiiflir o, Kansas City, Kans. Store 612 Minnesota Ave. Home Phone 107J West THE RISING SON QUERV 30 X. This j net y Ikix I; for tti t n - - r" i I it tin- pnlilic Kvi'i ylmily is a' I ! l.rt y l.i isli niii--,!ioiis, xcfil lliti:ii :ii.-. l the stiictcst priv ! nvirt1, ! , in I Ik jiiiswit any ntn-t-'tir 'I"-hi?"-!. V I will i 1 writ" y.nr .i ..turn nr ;in-.ver : n l luiliu nr r:.:iil (' ( i llu. nftii"- ol' I In- S-ni ,'H !: !'.li .SI '"(! Why should so ctllcil lc.it. r. ;cil iul.tlcl:llls lii:!it a kooiI 111:11! i' - '.' r. mi en? Wliy i:. it I hat the N-hi-him m :-.. rii;iio...

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. — 27 April 1907

J.'l ''I 14 1 i! 04 6 I' i i i i IT. I m - v H ''Jij 1 11 14m urs' B&l"! IIP Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. The New Arlington Theatre Eighteenth and Harrison Streets Kansas City, Mo., the on'y Cut- . ored Vaudeville House in the City. PRESENTS A NEW BILL EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT DANCING BE- ' FORE AND AFTER THE PROGRAM. PRESIDENT B. F. ALLEN, ONE OF MISSOURI'S MOST PROMIN ENT EDUCATORS. . The subject of this sketch is our esteemed Professor B. F. Allen, pres ident of Lincoln Inst., Jefferson City, Mo. No one is more worthy of a tribute from the entire NVJro race than Mr. Allen. Mr. Allen was born in Georgia. So was Grady and Toombs. Two great southern men with liberal views. He has spent a great portion of his time, however. In New York and Chicago. He grad uated fram Atlanta Vniverslty, hold ing both the Bachelor and Master de degree. He is a man with n great liberal education. He was a teacher .of - Lincoln Inst., 10 years ago, and some years ago he became Its worthy...

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. — 27 April 1907

kAVATTER LACKING IN GRACE CHARGE OFTEN MADE AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN. Carclesnes in Walking and Pose of the Figure Responsible for Thit Criticism Home Gymnastics of Great Value. How to dispose of one's hands la a '!Ml tost of breeding, ar.'l one's pood apt" : mice greatly depends on an up n.ih' i .ir.-i.igc. a good po.e of tlu head Showing Repose of the Hands. nnd foot. It Is a reproach leveled n.Mitist Atn-rif ail women Hint few of Jli- in l:iio.v linw to walk, Indeed, we h ive li-ar'l It boldly asserted tli.it tlm fiilv woinon win) rati wall, aa they fli'iiiM are the handsome Spanish BIG BROOCH IS ALL THE GO. Style of Two Generations Ago Is Back in Favor. T'lg brooi-hea are all the go real ly big ones, such r were worn two :;t 'leraii'ins uw, only, with the ex teption of th" cameo pins, they are inure Koru'-mis affairs. The moil, -in Id.: brooch fleams nnd sparkles or Is a :i;cel of vivid color. Then- noth ing ilei:::i!" about It it i.i a striking, lli l live iini.lMietll. Most of t...

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. — 27 April 1907

LIVES FOR OTHERS MRS. FEARN, OF WASHINGTON, TRUE PHILANTHROPIST. Har Mltlon thg Amelioration of th Condition of the Blind Queen of Roumanla Har Close Friend. A fascinating and forcible philan thropist whoso mission and Its appeal la unique, Is Mrs. Walker Fearn, of Washington, a grand dame of queenly mien, who has spent most of her life at European capitals. Mrs. Fearn's late husband was United States minis ter to Roumanla, In which Interesting country the couple became intimately Identified with "Carmen Sylvn," Eliz abeth, the beautiful, the good, the bril liantly endowed queen, perhaps the most remarkable woman in the world, possessing almost every talent and every grace. The queen of Roumanla found a ready sympathizer and coadjutor In ber various humane enterprises In the charming American, the two women being confidentially en rapport. Mrs. Fearn and "Carmen Sylva," the royal poet and philanthropist, worked hand In hand, Mrs. Fearn's especial cnthu slasm being enlisted in the qu...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 April 1907

TO- WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor mid Owner, Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. 1' iM!i. .1 Kv.iv Wi-ik RtSING SON PUO. CO. 1 1. SON 1VSON s r..i-uirri" iivrr "i ii SI THE RISING SOM 'we must get closer GETHER. To (lie lliliililni; Ni'1-nicn of Kansu City : - 'lint Ih ItkI for u to do to Imlld up flu- ciih rprl of our nice In this ll? Ciin t"' -'' "(Mo ' rlosi-r toui'ilii'i ? Why Ik It wv tin not liiiironio utii' imotlirr In IhisIiii'sk I ni's innii' tlinn wo do'.' Wluit lii'lp do we I'l l fiotn lln oilier raw iiloni; our irot'ision.il mid luislnis llm'.' Ilnw c.iti i ono iinollior oiniitov tni'iit If do not niter to eneh olhor? It is your money tliilt :i white ln;ili :ttiu iind tint your credit which ho would i.ithi r you would not nxU for. An Insliinre happened :i short tl'ti.' :''o which illustrate Unit he wnnt xir money only. A Noam or our city c.ille.l ;i white undeit.iUer to tuko clnitai' of the iviniiins of hit luothir lliivimr u. ne to the phioc ;iixl x-ein condition!, lie would not trn...

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