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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 May 1915

1 1 CITY NEWS. . S Ing tho golden rule, Wo would Indeed bo a great power and for tho good of humanity and tho uplift of our people we would have no peers, and It would bo a great credit to our dear Zlon. We hope for another such day In Ebcne zer. God bless Ebenezer, Jong nvo us mighty leader, renewed strength bo given Its willing workers, more cour age and zeal to Us faithful followers and true and tried .friends. O, YOU CRITERION THEATRE! Get the habit of going to tho Handy Store for notions. HAVE YOU VISITED THE CRI TERION THEATRE? IT'S GREAT. Dr. Chas. A. Bentley of Chicago was tho guest of Prof, and Mrs. D. A. Cros thwalt while In the city. PASTURE For horses, and cows. Bud Gilliam, R. R. ?, Box 106, Kansas City, Mo. The Peace Offering between Ger many and England has been postponed until the third Tuesday In June. Mr. Wm. Smith, who Is walking to Galveston, Tex., writes that he had reached Ardmore, Ok., tho 19th. Miss Anna D. Taylor entertained the Ladies' Aid Thursday evening ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 May 1915

Toodles and His Grandpa Br H. M. EGBERT (Copyright, 191!!, by W. a. Chapman.) I How Toodles got acquainted with his grandfather I ft the first placo was always a raystory In the town. It was Mrs. Clay, who lived next door to the old recluse, who brought the news that Toodles and the old man were hobnobbing upon tho doorstep. Toodles was flvo and Henry Pentland '.seventy-five. "What a pity it Is," said Toodles, swinging backward and forward In the rocking chair, "that you didn't like my papa as well as you like Uncle George." "Why?" rasped the old man, speak ing as It to a man of his own years. "Because then you wouldn't have been bo lonesome and miserable In your old age," said Toodles. The shot went home. With a snarl old Henry Pentland was upon his feet. "What do you mean, sir?" he demand ed. "I am anything but miserable." Ho went on in a soliloquy, apparently. "Charles and George were both dear to me. George had the brains. He imade a success of his life in tho city, Jwhere he is...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 May 1915

ELNG SAY! did you over get ready and move Into a new apartment? Take It from me It's an occupa tion that makes tho burning of Rome look like an electlon-nlght bonfire. I'm going to talk harshly about It somo day when I recover tho use ot three Angers, disfranchised by tho un expected closing ot. a folding door which had previously refused to fold. However, hero wo aro In the ."cozy little nest" that Peaches sopranoed bo canarylBhly for many weeks beforo we finally flew up into this tenement tree. Now that we aro In "tho nest" she sings a different tune, poor girl, be cause sho finds It mighty hard to hit a high C of Joy when she has to put In eighteen hours a day wnltlng for the dumb-waiter to be fixed, and the hot water to be turned on, and the'knob Introduced to tho dining room door, and all the other thousand and one pre-election promises, so earnestly given and so eagerly unkept Now wo como to the plot of the piece. Peaches invited a few friends to a house-warming dinner and an ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 May 1915

THE UNVEIiLINO OF THE EASON MONUMENT. Mrs. A. E. Jenkins haa been success, iful In obtaining monoy to buy a mark er to bo placed on tho gravo ot Samuel Kason, Decoration day at 3:00 p. m Monday afternoon. Mr. Eason was the founder ot both tho Old Folks and Or phans Homo and spent his life In working for these two Institutions, dy ing without a dollar. Kansas City owes lilm a debt of gratitude, as few Indeed aro there 'who have done so much for charity. Tho following clubs and per sons contributed: Barker Monument Co., $15; Progress Study Club, J15; Kensington Art Club, $5; Athenaeum Art Club, 5; Graoco Art Club, $5; XX History and Art Club, ?5; Clio Art Club, $2; Oak Leaf Art Club, $2; Ly ceum Art Club, $2.50; Phyllis Wheat ley Art Club, $1; Mr. Wm. Garrett, $2; Dr. Theo. Smith, $1; Prof. J. E. Herri ford, $ .25. The program will be; "Blest Be the Tie that Binds;" Invoca tion, Dr. W. H. Thomas; "Nearer my God to Thee"; Address Rev. S. W. Bacote; 'Asleep in Jesus; Decorating tho ijra...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

So Eytry Lodge Treuwer AaM be required to gW honi. f If tkejr are anwillwg to do so theayoa should select a new treaiHrer. Mat that fair? Say, bve yea a fBrattheil er m faniii&cd room for real? , Adrcr tue it in The Saa and let it be briagiBg yoa is something. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915. VOLUME It. NUMBER 40. PRIGE, 5c. Do You Notice the Firms in Our Negro Business Directory ? Are You There? A BEAUTIFUL STATUE The Beastifal Memorial Erected to the Late Emma Smith is the Most Magnificent thing of Its Kind ever Brought to the City. HUNDREDS OF HER FRIENDS WERE PRESENT AT THE UNVEILING The unveiling of the monument erected at the burial plot ot the late Emma Smith in beautiful Highland cemetery -was witnessed by the largest crowd ever assembled on a similar occasion in this city and an impres sive program was rendered under the auspices of the Clio Art Club partici pated in by some of the foremost peo ple of the city and state. The exer- PROF. R. W. FOSTER. Princ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

BUNGALOW WITH GOBBLES I ONE TRIM One of the Prettiest Designs That Ever Came From Brain of Architect. MAY BE BUILT ON ANY LOT Width of Ground Always Destrabla, but Not Altogether Necessary In This Case Rooms Arranged With the Idea of Com fort. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answe' questions and give advice FREE OK COST on all subjects pertaining to tht subject ot building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he Is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries to 'William A. Iladford, No. 1827 Prairie avenue, Chicago, 111., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. Odd in trim, but exceptionally neat and pleasing in appearance is this beautiful five-room bungalow. The size is 27 feet 6 inches by 40 feet C inches on the ground, but It has an overhang of nearly four feet. It is known and spoken of as the prettiest bungalow in town, and the owner admits that there m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

infiilSffTBIirHtiiTiil T THE" LIGHTNING SHOE PASTES V Sold by Dorsey B. Drown. DORSEY B. BROWN The presenter of public utilities of fers to you the products of the Fulton Polish Company of New York, a col ored company, makers of paste, liquid cleaners and dyers for tho cleaning, preservation and shining of all shoo leathers. The products or this com pany are prize winners at the Paris exposition, 1903; Jameson, 1907; San Antlonton, 1909. They also furnish the polish for the United States army. We will be In your neighborhood soon to show you our goods. Wholesale price to stores and bootblack parlors. Address all mall orders to Dorsey B. BrBown. Town orders will be filled at Taylor Holmes. TRI-QUARTO CELEBRATION. "fifth Episcopal District St. Louis, Mo., July 6-9, Inclusive, 1915. Out-of-town stores and bootblack parlors state quantities want ed and write for prices. Ask for It In the stores. Address all mall orders to DORSEY B. BROWN 3507 Lydla Ave., Kansas City, Mme. Benton Dean, t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SD N PUBLISHED WEEKLY. AU communications ahould b aA&nt& o Too Kansai City Bun, 1803 But Mth fltrU Bell Phone Eitt 9W. Entered aa second-claia matter, Aumiat 112, 1908, at the poatofflce at Kanaaa City, Mo., under the act of March 3. 1879. Nelson C Crewe Editor and Owner WlUa B. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear '5 Blx Months ' Three MonthB 60 ADVERTISING) KATE, 60 CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 2th and Flora. Bt, Stephen' Baptist Church, 604 Char- ""centennial M. E. Church, 19th and WBecondLBaptlat Church, 10th and Char- 10 Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Cansaa Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and KEbeneier A. M. E. Church, 17th and TtyAUBUStlne' P. E. Church, 11th and T Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and woodland. Ulue Valley Baptist church. 1120 Crys- USt Jtttfi A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle lew. ., ... Saventh Day Aavenusi, zjra ana um- o ifnnia'. Cnthniif 17th and Lydla....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

CITY NEWS. for June. 'It baa already secured L. A. Halbert, General Superintendent of the Welfare Board as one of the speakers. , .i Mr. Win. Smith -writes that he Is HOTEL CUMMINQS. In Denton Tex Everything good to eat. Good place ' J i to sleep. 1711 Walnut St. ASK Mrs Harmless Wynn Is 111 at her! OTHERS. Beti Phone Grand 3727. residence, 2309 Vine street. Mrs. Kato Cummlngs, owner; 3 j 'blocks from Now Union Station, Kan- VISITED THE CM- sas City, Mo. HAVE YOU TERION THEATRE? IT'S GREAT. Mrs. Agnes Johnson, 1222 Wood land avenue, Is recuperating from her recent illness. PASTURE For horses and cows. Bud Gilliam, R. R. ?, Box 106, Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perry of Kan sas City, Kansas, were guests at din ner Monday evening of Mr. E. W. Wil liams, 2721 E. 54th street. Mrs. Sallle B. Nichols of Mexco Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattio Gam ble, 81st and Broadway, and will be In the city two weeks. Have you visited the Colored Handy store at 2409 Vine street? Go there for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

BWK000X000 Out of a Shipwrecked Past (By H. M. EGBERT MI JK000000! (Copyright, 1915, by W. G. Chapman.) The cattlemen aboard the big trans Atlantic liner looked with disfavor upon the parties ot saloon passengers who come between decks to watch them feed and water the steers. They resented the Intrusion, and the evi dent curiosity ot these beings from a world wholly alien from their experi ence. Perhaps It was the look upon Mayne's face that struck the girl who bad lingered behind. "You you don't like us to come hero?" she asked timidly. He shrugged his shoulders. "If the sight of our poverty and menial labor affords you satisfaction yes, madam.'' "You speak Hke a gentleman," said the girl, looking at him curiously. "I used to bo one," he answered In differently. She still stood looking at htm. He had a refined face, but an embittered 'expression on It. He was perhaps Ithlrty years of age. She looked at ,his bands; they were white, but hard jened by toll. Undoubtedly he had ibeen a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

IUN REBUILDING OF Belgian Students of Town Plan ning Urge Use of Mod- ern Methods. 'AGENTS ARE GATHERING DATA 'Refugees In London Map Out Task to Begin When Invaders Are Driven Out 30,000 Structures Are Destroyed. . ixmdon. So confident aro Belgians that tbo German Invaders will shortly be driven from their country that' 'plans ore now being discussed nnd drawn up In London for the scientific rebuilding of tbo devastated towns and cities of Belgium. Tlio Idea of rebuilding ruined Bel glum upon modern scientific lines was originated by the International Gar den Cities and Town Planning associa tion and was enthusiastically accepted by King Albert and the Belgian gov ernment, -whllo the British govern ment has bestowed Its official bless ings on the scheme. A committee called the Belgian town planning committee has been formed, made up of representatives of the various Belgian ministries, the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Institute of Municipal and County Engineers, the T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 June 1915

.1 It 1 Our Mottoi "Nothing but The Best" The Crosfhwaif Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVKR THE GOODS" The People ay we have mad 10ml of the moit beautiful and orlglual do , signs in flowers ever seen in Kansas City. Our Specialty "tyuck Mivery-SaUsfaetory Serriee" Bell Phone Halt 273 Home Phone Main 8070 189,1 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Mo List Your Vacant or Improved Property with Wm. Hopkins Modern Homes (or Sale on Easy Terms Bell Phone East 3851 The Handy Colored Store 2409 Vine St. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions CHILLlCOTHE, mo. Miss Sadie Saunders who has been Visiting relatives at St. Joseph, Mo., arrived last Friday Mrs. Almjra Jones returned to her home in Denver, Colo., after a month's visit with par ents and friends. .. .The Pilscilla Art Club was entertained at the residence of Mrs. Nellie Jones last Thursday.. . .The closing exercises of Gartison high school were not favored with Weal May weather. The twenty-third annual...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

Say, kare jroa a fnrniiktd or en fornhked room for rent? Adver tite it in Tke Son and let it be bringing you in something. Every Lodge Treasurer skoal! be required to give bond. If they are unwilling to do so then yoa should select a new treasurer. Aint that fair? VOLUME VII. NUMBER 41. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Do You Notice the Firms in Our Negro Business Directory ? Are You There? WHY A NON-RESIDENT PRINCIPAL? r - Several Kansas City Professional Men, for Some Reason Known Only to Themselves, Have Advised the. School Board That no Resident, Tax-Paying, City Sapporting Negro is Worthy or Capable of Being Principal of Lincoln High School. THE COMMON PEOPLE WHO ARE THE PATRONS OF THE SCHOOL AND ARE INTERESTED IN ITS DEVELOPMENT ARE NOT IN ACCORD WITH THEM. If Half 'the Energy Exerted by a Few Self Appointed Dictators had Been Used to Secnre a Gymnasium and a Vocational School for Negro Yonth that They Are Exercising in Trying to Dictate the Appointme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

1 Lii" "J 3LJ ' x Times Here to iNfflMTIONAL sumsoiool Lesson (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director or Sunday School Course of Moody Bible. Institute, Chicago.) V LESSON FOR JUNE 13 mim nuns mat the Fh ton . "v-- - In tho fall of 1879, when a little group of colored folk wero seeking a place for themselves to worship, It was the very kind nnd good Doctor Locke of Grace church who helped them get a hall in which to begin tho work of on unorganized mission. In this humble way the first congrega tion of colored people of Our church In Chicago began. In 1881 Rev. James Thompson was appointed as their first colored priest In charge. In 1S83, largely through the munlfl cence of Mr. and Mrs. Tolinan Wheel er, St Thomas' church was built on South Dearborn near Thirtieth street. Mr. Thompson was a man of rare good Judgment and affability, and when he retired, in 1896, was succeed ed by Rev. A. H. Lealted. Mr. Leaked did faithful work for nlno years, and when he left In 1905 there wero three hun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

THE LIGHTNING SHOE PASTES Soldby Dorsey B. Brown. DORSBY p. BROWN The presenter of public utilities of fers to you tho products of tho Fulton Polish Company of New York, a col ored company, makers of paste, liquid cleaners and dyers for the cleaning, preservation and shining of all shoe leathers. The products of this com pany are prize winners at the Paris exposition, 1903; Jameson, 1907; San Antionton, 1909. They also furnish the polish for tho United States army. We will be in your neighborhood soon to show you our goods. Wholesale price to stores and bootblack parlors. Address all mall orders to Dorsey B. BrBown. Town orders will be filled at Taylor .Holmes. TRI-QUARTO CELEBRATION. Fifth Episcopal District St. Louis, Mo., July 5-9, Inclusive, 1915. Out-of-town stores and bootblack parlors state quantities want ed and write for prices. Ask for It In the stores. Address alt mall orders to DORSEY B. BROWN 3507 Lydla Ave, Kansas City, Mme. Benton Dean, the popular milliner, ' now at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

THEKANSAS CITY SDN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. . i i i - All communications should be BddnMved to The Kansas City Bun, 1803 East 18th tret. Dell Phone Etit 999. Entered as second-class matter, August ti, 1S0S, at the poatotflce at Kansas City, Jio., under the act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Wllla B, Olenn .General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear Six Months 'J Three Months t) . ADVERTISING RATE, to CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora. St. Stephen" Baptist Church, 60 Char- toCen?ennlal M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. , Becond Baptist Church, 10th and Char- Allen Chapel A. M. B. Church, 10th and C Kansas' Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and K"benexer A. M. E. Church, 17th and T!yAuEUStlne'i P. E. Church, Uth and T Vtae St. Baptist Church. 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. K. Church, 11th and W?ileValley Baptist church, 1120 Crys- WStTAUu A, M. E. Church, 1743 Belle- ''seventh Day Adventlst, 23rd and Wood ta&A. . . , Bt. Monica's Catho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

I CITY NEWS. . Mr. A. L. Thomas, ot Jefferson City, Mo., was a pleasant visitor at The Sun office during the past week. Mr. Theo. Rowan, who has been in Columbia; Mo., for the past winter and spring, returned here this week Mrs. Alice Roland left this week for San Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Edith Moore of Minneapolis, Minn., Is the guest of Mrs. Thos Herndon. Have you visited the Colored Handy store at 2409 Vine street? Go there for bargains. Miss Edith Moore of Minneapolis, Minn., is the house guest of Mrs. Edna Herndon Lee, 2145 Highland ave nue. Mr. Sylvester Mack of Fort Scott, Kansas, spent a few days the guest of Mrs. Mattle Taylor, 82G Madison street. Mrs. Carrie Thompson, who was called home on the death of her sis ter, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, has returned to her home. Mrs. John Green of 2643 Highland spent Sunday at Excelsior Springs visiting hr niece, Miss Cleo Barnes, who Is very ill. The Editor Is In receipt of an invi tation to the fifty-second Annual Com menceme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

An Ethical Surrender $y H. M. EGBERT (Copyright, 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) Cyrus Vane stood In tho laboratory of the hospital, watching his test tubes. Tho little colonies that were spreading upon tho gelatine meant that tho new bacillus could be devel oped In an ordinary medium. With this he planned to do what science had hitherto failed in doing. He hoped to cure Infantile paralysis, and convert what was a scourge into a mild ill nosB merely. For six weeks he had devoted his Cirao to this alone. Meanwhile the scourge bad fastened itself upon the town. Children were dying. It had never been checked. What a boon the new antitoxin, prepared from the ba cillus, would be! Vane was Bure of It He had in jected It Into apes and watched them Tecover from artificially induced pes tilence. He had tested tho serum in every possible way. Why, then, could ho not give it to the world? That question Is often asked by thooo who are impatient for new rem edies. The answer is that, before the conserv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

C3 ELNG John SAY I have you ever noticed that tho bug called Vanity can cook up more trouble (or human beings than any germ that ever built Its nest In a brain cell 7 It's a subtle little disease, this ever we call Vanity. No man ever knows he has it but he can always recognlzo tho symptoms In his neighbor. Sometimes It breaks out In diamond Tings on tho fingers; sometimes It takes tho form of ragtime clothing ac companied by rainbow neckties, and sometimes it drives a man into politics who should remain at his post as the chauffeur of a garbage -wagon. And then again there are occasions when It never shows In a man until after ho Is dead and his will reads, "I give and bequeath the sum of thirty thousand dollars for tho purposes of scattering my ashes from the highest peak of the Himalaya mountains." Hep Hardy has it for keeps. Around at tho club tho other night I saw htm drink seven Scotch highballs because somebody swelled him all up by telling him he never showed the effects of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 12 June 1915

Our Mottoi "Nothing but The Best" Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVER THE GOODS" Tho People say wo have made some of tho moat beautiful and original de sign in flowers ever seen In Kansas City. Our Specialty "Quick Delivery-Satisfactory Scrvico" Bell Phone East 273 Ilome Phono Main 1)070 1801 E. (8th St., Kansas City, Mo List Your Vacant or Improved Property with Wm. Hopkins Modern Homes for Sate on Easy Terms Bell Phone East 3851 Report of the Helena District Confer ence and Sunday School Conven tion, Rev. Douglass, D.D., P. E. The Handy Colored Store 2409 Vine St Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions SPECIAL VALUE In Gray Enamel Ware and Hardware BARGAINS Special Bargains in our No tion Department and Hair Goods Help Make Our Store Your Store, Customers Your Friends Our The District Conference and Sunday School Convention, Helena District, Pugt Sound Conference, met with St. James A. M. E. Church, Helena, Mon tana, May 18-20, Rev. I. S. Wi...

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