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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 December 1907

1 A MERRVAMD- CHERRY CHRIQTIU1AQ TO ALL. '4 Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XII. SCENES FROM THE SMART SET. AMERICA'S LP.KATEST COLORED ORGANIZATION. SMART SET IS HERE AT GILLIS THEATRE. There are any amount of new of ferings in the theatrical world this season, but one that Is sure to at tract more than passing notice is the new musical comedy-uT-ama. "The Mack Politician." which has been se lected to exploit the rare talents of "The Smart Set," the best and most capable band of colored comedians be fore the public. It will be seen next week at the Gillis Theatre. This company is too well known to need lurther introduction here. Its fame extends all over the continent, and each season its popularity increases. S. H. Dudley, a really irresistible fel low who knows the value of clean cut. wiTolesome bumor, is at the head of the organization. He has been sup plied with a role that offers plenty o...

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. — 21 December 1907

i' rj THE ASSOCIATED SANTA CLAUS B CM RLt S KRHOKRIC GILLIAM EIJ.o, Georce, what's the matter wi'h you?" asked Will James. v i utui .iiiiiijsiiu iejtiei iiiif his office in one of the skyscrapers, an' v-ir.k wearily into a ( hair. I m char fagged out." was the reply. ' In you know, this Christmas busim s is something awful?" "J.iines laughed. "Are you finding that out for the first time?" ' No, hut It seems worse than usual this time. It appears tha my folks haw marly every little thing they need, ami. when I find noun' particular t h i i g thai strikes my fancy, it costs ho much, hy the time I even up all around. I can't affonl II " "Wi 11. if misery loves company, you've got plenty of it. We're all in flu- same box. 1 confess !t strains mo Joy Over a Cherished Toy. So l La: it laki all the plea-are away from oi. .. flllll ' ' 1 to ; n t i or f. th'; pi vine,. because the ex its really preatc.- than I inn af- i'ai's it exactly. It wouldn't be .J !f the gifts were restricted to o fa...

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. — 21 December 1907

s MISSOORI STATE NEWS I s ..? MISSOURI STATE NEWS f Bomb Found In Boiler. A nitroglycerine bomb of sufficient power to have wrecked the plant was recently discovered In the plant of the Meyers Stone company at Lake Hide, a Btatlon on the SouthweBt Mia aourl electric line, ten miles north east of Joplln. There had been no labor troubles or other dlfliculties and no motive for the attempted crlmo is known. The bomb was placed in a boiler of the plant and the death of Kngineer 1 laker would un avoidably have followed an explonIon. i Civil League at Aurora. On the day the local option law be came effective in Aurora, an organiza tion wan perfected known ns the Au rora Civil le:i(.'iie, which has for Its purpoHo the better enforcement o! law, assistance to officers in law en forcement and the public pleclKe. ol Its members that they will support for municipal and local officers, mily those who stand for civic righteous ness In its most comprehensive nenae Partisanship is to be eliminated...

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. — 21 December 1907

THE RISING HON WM. T. WASHINGTON, td'tor nd Owner. Off ce. 914 E. Tweitth St. T'u-it: .1 Kvitv . k RISING SON PU3. CO. WILSON lUWS'iN. HllMtlt'sS M;i!i.i;l. Poll Tlior.e TSO Grand Hotnr- Thuii' TSO Main rn-r.n ri" it a vy.k On.- ..,r . . . .V x M .t.th I Thrrt- ! t : ti- . . . 'Mi lv;'.- Strut, I'.il-l I:; nilv.ir.r. CnttrtM :it th r t t '.. at Knian, City. rf hVr rij t .am .M.Kt-r. Oorr;t:i!-ni :irtil in norv r.ty n4 town r. th; Mat.-. t lit ua A:l n m.f.'.tr i t t r. ! 1 fur r it'll eat ion h"iiM r . ! o..r ? r.t itT tli.m Tu-'i.i . of f;wh tik, ant! mr.M iK':'J t'V K.f r.tr lot for r.ib.1 cation but ! Ku-irii'it"' of a nth "Ml jr. .1 KKANKLIN t'HAIi . SK-icty Kditor. i AKVEHTlSiNO SATKS For one inch, on iiirun t .5" tor oiii. iiw-ti, fa' Ii Mil-atMi'it-nt In- rtun fur two Inchu, three month 5'"' Kor two itntn. ik month Kor two mt-his. nine month in on Vvt two inchr. twvlit month.... 15 IX) Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulation of THE RISING S...

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. — 21 December 1907

THE RISING SON. rs. .. A. J. KELSO. Snert-tiiry anl Stenographer. Remember pleae It'i the little bit! we collect here ni t jerc bat enable us to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Prof. V. V. Fisher, fiscal agent of Western t'nlvprsity, has been on the sick list for a few days. He is now able to be up and around. Mr. Jack Pleld, proprietor of the l.utonia Cafe, is on the sick list. WOULD BE NO DISTURBANCE, Mr. George V. Ieavel Is one of the advertising managers for the Rising Sun. Give him your "ad." Mrs. Sarah Williams, of 1624 Michi Kan avenue has been ill at her home, but she is now able to be about. Mrs. Lizzie Fields, of Wewaska. Okla., hap returned to her home uftcr a three weeks' visit with Mrs. Ida Fields, of 1627 Holmes street. She was greatly pleased with her visit. Kev. K. X. Countee has just returned from a lecture tour in Kansas. He will be with us probably through the win ter. Rev. Countee is one of the most brilliant ...

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. — 21 December 1907

fiSj THE 0A pjy at NESTOR OF BIBLE SOCIETIES. Penmylvania Organization to brate Its Century. Ce'e ll'at ti.-! l'n.;tJ Siai (r i.f t. i ! si)'i-il In the -tin- IViiits IvunU HHilc s'k i ij - is in;iliii4 .l l' ,I!M"I1S to ( ! ti! :in- It.j mi'? I . !rnn!ii'.!i!i until I all I : . i . l . I'.ii.'e i hi n a! it... wi.rH ! ! .1 I r. an. I l'A r. w I'. 'i w h i !l in' t !h'- r cut w hit h i iri.iin mnrii'i the In ;-ii,M!,i: of l!.l)ll ! .- ril'iiiiou "'ii til'' AnirMian i'in'1 7$k in-:i!. It n::i lint .' Vt:i. n tl a' I ' n n - I'.pnia i-.n '.I --t Tulilf six ii'iv In ( f Il -f f-Mli'8 fiilloWl'iI he r :irr t...i-'- i!. ! i ..i!t;tr ft:i'l in w.is i !T- 'i ! !n : : .ill I'.l! "l!,i- l:i!i a- ' "! i.: a national m tani.ai Ion iin!':' tin- tub- (if Tin ili- m !!. SuiHty of I'llikl'li Ii.l'.l.'l" tial naii f of tli- 'H'i'ty a:, I I'.iln.'s wi-li that till.- hm' sUII -x-t.mt I.i n tin- - i r was about "' y ar.-i i ili 1 ii nanii' was ih,'inil i i I," f . r .- i i i. in- of tin- "IVnnsyl v.i....

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. — 21 December 1907

Mnnrin if AnnrAcrmnn Since the abolition of slavery in the United States in 1863, many Negroes have held official positions. Two were United States Sen ators. Twenty-two Representatives; three, held diplomatic and con sular positions; many have been officers in the army, six were Re corders of Deeds in the District of Columbia. A fine engraving of these Negro Congressmen has just been is sued, giving accurate portraits of each; also the Congress in which they served and the years of service. In the picture, the two Sena tors, Messrs. Revels and Bruce, occupy the center of the group, sur rounded by the other eighteen Representatives. In the background, the Stars and Stripes in color. This beautiiul engraving, with a book let containing biographies of these eminent men, is sold for one dol lar ($1.00). This engraving is a graphic political history of the Negro in America. No home, library, office, or school-room will be com plete without it. Send for one to-dav. THE COLORED AMERICAN N...

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. — 21 December 1907

i MR. RiLCY D'D NOT KNOW. Woman Pfporttr AtkM Qurtlion Hard to Answer. A frl'ti.l r.f .'.in i. lell ,i Mm y of .111 f liit nwt nni ! 1 . . t 1 IhmI.t. Tin- i-ri"i In'i cni'i lll!"y ii 1 1: n ! th" li.K-ti-wl'li .1 I'.uiiiiii r" t n o.iti.; wiwnnn fli'i- s'ri'ti'iMii- rfT ir! I. CA'igl.t Mr Kili-v a' TtlU lit the l'"II i . I', n'l k I'd ' It this Mr U,'i" " Vf. Thai I V.i- -' "Ml .Illtll'V !! I'll" ! , 1 e lii i'ti I'lii.u ! ! il.n ' p 1 I Ninlly I!m' f I ,1 iiirnal. 111 in- Irivii't with i 1 Mr I i i . "All vioiil i i' ! .1 w- In !";i'l il an mi'i : 1 ." fail 1 1 . . - 1 - t . g:il lanlh nil. ilianl I f . .-.v ! mi,' v 'hi fitixiri in I .nui-Mlii'. Il.! y ; t In I a fIioi t 1 1 in N ymr wif" rti ymi" "Ni tll.llllll. she h 11 ' Wli.-ie U Kh-, mnv I ;!."" ' Vim may uxk. inv 1 M:.s- .l"!ies. but I find It Vi-r i!.1ii ' ! In aimwi-r. I am In abn-ilnte ig-io-ani'" nt h"r whereabout.. Kin till I l.inr 'he contrary, ttm inay righ' now I"' 1" 'In Othei "lll of thU l."i;ihnll '" 'I Iii'H" w ...

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. — 28 December 1907

TI T77T17 ?m n,'lr FIDS MITE FEBRUARY 21, 1908 IS ! : : : : : : ; . It Pay to Advertise In the Rising Don for It Reaches More Monte of Colored People than any othei Paper In the Otate. VOLUME XII. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, 'DECEMBER 28, 11107. NUMBER 20 The Metropolitan Street Railway as a Corporation is a Necessity to City f There teeing to be a tendency on the part ot certain newspapers to i continually harp on the so-called mhv doings of the corporate Interest in this city. For what reason that they h have more to aay about one corpor is at Inn than all the others In indeed a strange state of affairs. In attacking the Standard Oil com- Spany, the Beef trust, and railroad re- Mbatlng well and good, but why in the tftaame of the American constitution do ' TL. . 11 1 gnnese newspapers coniiuuaujr iy uu the Metropolitan Street Railway com pany. If a corporation la violating a law or tramping on the interest of the people than newspapers are for the purpose of whipping them back In ...

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. — 28 December 1907

ONCE TRACK WALKER, NOW GREAT LAWYER The Career of Martin W. Littleton Selected at Leading Counsel for Harry K. Thaw, It Predicted That District Attorney Jerome Will Find in Him a Worthy Opponent at Coming Trial V orK. It. buck ill tSSSj v v :i .i following di.ilocm lmk place U i- m lie form.i!i of a little rail i ;'! dotMi l Tpi sml losy 'K"1. siiiilifc oung trackwalker h . .ihk1 iritui'o grid ready tongue l i ! earned Mm a reputation extend i.-j ! ar arto-s a Tcvi.s township. V' U I'' ,t n.-'ty blight o-tn? man." V i the fiireii.n. "I Mtptiose some day . i 'i"'t to b" the ronl'tctor of a . : ti t train, don't yo-t? .No. tr," r.'j.Ii-l the t:i'chui'.cr, ; 1 1,'UT expert ll IM- tllHt " I Vihi don't Von might li usiiic to o::.-thini; 1 1 - that. What do ou Ive.e T(i lie?" I expect to be a big laaer in Xi V r ii ." .'."'i the foreman had iccot'C'iwI i v.i) his laughter he said: ' Pretty far cry frotn tra hwalker In a mr n i it :tn lawyer, isn't it?" Yes. t-ir. Inn no further than liotn...

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. — 28 December 1907

.iHUattSo 014 v 4 The extraordinary size of many of the new hats and the profuse amount it t. limning on them would aeem to be the limit of extravagance In these (wo directions. Yet we need not look further back than the source and in epilation of our present modes, to find ourselves far behind the extremes of thuKt? bj'Koiie days. Rome of the hats worn by Marie Antoinette were made f white straw braids, "the brims of which were three and a half feet across, aid the crowns Seven and a half to nine inches high." These measurements certainly look imH)sslble and our present day hats dwindle Into commonplace Insignificance by comparison. Our author tells us these hats "were profusely trimmed with field flowers, such as marguerites, bluets, (Hippies and grasses, ami Mulshed with large bows und ties of many colored plaid ribbons, nine Inches wide. 'Nell Uwynne, the actress, who amused Charles II. of Knpland, wore hats t ali to measure four feet across wiili tttiaight brims, small crowns a...

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. — 28 December 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. PuMiKhul Evrry rlc RISING SON PUB. CO. WII.S0N mSON. Dulne?s Manager. Cell 'Phone 'SO Crtuid Home Tbone TSO Main SfBSCRIl'TION IIATE8. wr Vr.iT A . 1 1 M,.hti I a Tlif.- M-.t.. ... ' M.r I i.pv Strlct'y pall In iilvanr. Cnlr.1 at th !! I office t Kansas City. s aVcjrid C'liifs Mutter. Correnonilor; wantd In ry city ini tuwr in tli.. M;,l-. Wrtt.- Ail r.-ws n.tu r imthII fr p-ib'l-eation tvi'd ryu h .ir . . f r i not :.iir thn T i-'..i. ' f h --k. m l mum t sicr.e1 ty t!i" r.tr n-t f r p uil tttkn bit a (uMMff r.f authority. .1 FKANKI.1X CKAKJ. ScU-ty IMitor AIVE!lTIIX'! t.n-:.' Tor one Inch, una u. r'.'n I ( f i.i.e itn 1. eai h el';.. ni nl In- rtl"n JVr tJ Inchfi. thru- ni -nths Ki r ! h- . ei ni"i.tn ... Kor t i lti'h. nr. mi.il. Kef l iiicM-a. iwi-ivr niuMh .50 'Jo pi Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulation of THE RISING SON is more than double the combined circulat...

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. — 28 December 1907

THE RISIHG 80H. ' A. J. KELSO, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember pieane lt't tne little blu we collect here una t jere bkt enables u to run from feur to year." All announcementa and notices arc ten centa per Hn. LOCALS. Mr. John Daughtry and daughter Leona of Chicago are In tbe city vis iting friends. The Inter-8tate was a great suc cess at Lawrence. Next year let us all go to Omuha. Mrs. J. H. Davis of Chicago Is In the city visiting her mother, Mrs. Lyle, at 1025 Charlotte. Mr. Oeorge W. Leave! Is one of the advertising managers for the Rising Sun. Give him your "ad." Mrs; Ida Walker, of St. Joseph, Is in tbe city from the Inter-Stale Liter ary which convened at Lawrence. LABORING MEN'S BOARDING HOUSE. BEST MEAL8 IN THE CITY FOR THE MONEY. ROOMS NEAT AND CLEAN, $2 PER WEEK. We would like everybody to pay up tbelr subscription or advertisement, as there will be some changes in the working forces of this paper. . Mrs. C. E. Starr, of Kansas City, Kansas, who for the past month ha...

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. — 28 December 1907

Outdone Being ths Reminiscences of a Nature Fakir Jcf.n KcnaVick Bangs t. m .. i t;:.t, by .h.s'i!i ti. 1 ' 1 n:u. .in' alius have lf.-j. a first ri;i l!"piib'iiciin." said SI Wot her- oon. lu !(ii!i himself to a handful vt ru:!t; nut of tht ln'x on tin- end of liic cii'.ni'iT, ' but 1 must say that If tin- ihm national convention pa's a ii.ivr fakir plank in the platform I'll 1 v Mirt of up a tree. 1 think th' presi dent tiieunj. alt ripht. but bomr'imcs 1 'pears to nit to sin ak a little bit tasty. ' ' O casienally be does," said the Cap Viin. ' Not often l reaps, but often J:.o::sh to keep tbinus Ruin" some." ' New in t'ae nater fakir proclama tion o' i is." continued Si, "be don't f ctition that then- story o" n.ilaam's . an' et it seems to hip be iniuht ('. j'ift as reasonable as plcklu' a ! '!. r- up lor sayin' that an t nta!!"d r i'1'it ( hewed up th' vermiform np-pe:-.i; of a buffalo that bad invaded the n:n y of bis home." Yoi len t .seem to pee that that tV.i re I labium's...

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. — 28 December 1907

i mm Congressmen ' Since the abolition of slavery in the United States in 1863, many Negroes have held official positions. Two were United States Sen . ators. Twenty-two Representatives; three, held diplomatic and con sular positions; many have been officers in the army, six were Re corders of Deeds in the District of Columbia. A fine engraving of these Negro, Congressmen has just been is sued, giving accurate portraits of each; also the Congress in which they served and the years of service. In the picture, the two Sena tors, Messrs. Revels and Bruce, oocupy the center of the group, sur rounded by the other eighteen Representatives. In the background, the Stars and Stripes in color. This beautiful engraving, with a book let containing biographies of these eminent men, is sold for one dol lar ($1.00). This engraving is a graphic political history of the Negro in America. No home, library, office, or school-room will be com plete without it. Send for one to-day. THE COLORED AMERICAN ...

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. — 28 December 1907

B90KE 8TRON3 1AN'9 MIND. What to Do with Present Tea Muofc for Puii'o Inventor. Marshal P. Wildr related at a dla wr a striking pe'-sonnl experience: -When I wait a hoy In Onnava." h Mill. ' I was once taken through a ho ytt Al for the Ibs.uk that was not fal trim the town. "Many strange, in any teniae thingt J saw In this hospital. l it what tf Jtcted ,me most deeply vva 'he slglil a yuan man of Inteil'grn! ami i tnet appearance who os with his Wd In his hind tnumWim over and" er and over from mornins till nlsht: "'I can't s'raplt a'.vnd waist and It won't en In my porc'. It Isn't tn ati'muo'die lmin. lvr;i.it i wou'l Vow. I! Uti't a lam p. fur I: won't lleht. can t i ti t I' on niv fro- inl It will ot o vr my head. It i neither a fountain pen. a pipe nor triilimnli'fa Urometer. ! looks li!;e : i-of clove Vut I" li not a tennis lacii'iet. I tan-'' "Ti:r:ilt,C away. I ii-l:ed the m fl tie ymi'ac in. in' history. ' 'Ah. sir. a sa I ..' the krepei aaid. On year bko thai there ynn'114 ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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