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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

itj) jinn Say, have yoa a furnished or tm farniiked room for rent? Adrer tUe it in The Sun and let it be bringing yon in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME VII. NUMBER 42. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Dr. Theo. Smith Says Efficiency, Industry and Integrity will win everytime Amen Kansas COLORED PLAYERS FEATURE GREAT AMERICAN PLAY The Criterion Theatre Prospers Under New Management Billy King's Stock Co. Convinces Kansas Citians That They can Handle Successfully any of the Difficult Roles 'WITHIN THE LAW" A Play That Raises the Curtain on Vital Economic and Industrial Conflicts. By CHAS. A. The Criterion .theater had to extend its time on it's latest production, "Within the Law," in order that all of colored Kansas City might have a chanco to see this great play fea tured so artistically by colored artists. A big hit with the recent change of management has served to put the criterion...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

II 1 ra-iEM CIL1IS Kuno Meyer said the other day that the great war was the price the world is paying for the mechanical comforts which have been piled up so rapidly. Again another historian clinches the point. The time It Is W. E. B. DuBois, the author of a brilliant book on "The Negro," which Hoit has Just pub lished in the Homo University Li brary. DuBois says that the Negro in Africa has been practically enslaved by the civilUed nations of Europe. The growth of trade unions made In vestors look to Africa for opportun ities. That meant the partition of Africa. And "this partition of Africa brought revision of the ideas of Negro uplift. Why was it necessary, tho Eu ropean Investors urged, to push a con tinent of black workers along the paths of social uplift by education, trades unionism, property holding and the electoral franchise when the work ers desired no change and the rate of European profit would suffer?" Accumulated profits from the me chanical Inventions of the last few...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

t THE LIGHTNING SHOE PASTES Sold by ''raey'B' Brown. DORSEY B. BROWN The presenter of public utilities of' Tors to you the products of the Pulton 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, 1003; Jameson, 1907; San Antionton, 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. LEISURE HOUR REFLECTIONS, FROM A QUIET CORNER. CHAPTER II, DENNIS S. THOMPSON. There is always a pleasure to the man or woman who has a good thing, In passing It on to tho other person; but, on tho other hand, If you should happen to discover a little weakness in a friend, there Is surely nothing gained by opening the eyes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be sddrmtd to The Kansas City Sun, 1801 Bast 18th tret. Bell Phone East 949. Entered as second-class matter, August 15, 190S, at the poatoHlce at Kansas City, HO,, unuer me act oi juarca a, oi v. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner, Wllla It, Glenn uenerai manager ntm.qmlPTIfW RATES S One Tear H-J? Blx Months J Three Months 0 ADVERTISING. RATE. SO CENTS PER INCH. ' CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, I4th and Flora. Bti Btepnen s uapusi -aurcu, ov ui i.ii. at rtantennlol M. E. Church. 19th and Woodland. Second Baptist Church. 10th and Char- U Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. . . . Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. . Ebencier A. M. E. Church, 17th and TU7Augustlne's I. B. Church, 11th and 11 Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and "WoodUn.l. . , .... Blue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St. jftn'i A, M. E. Church, 1743 Belle- Saventh Day Adv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

j . CITY NEWS. Miss Callle M. Batrd of the Lincoln School returned to her home at Ccn tralla, Kas., this week. Miss Ethel Mosley of Columbia, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. A. Har ris of 1C27 Park avenue. Joe E. Herrlford, P. C. 0. M., will deliver an address at the annual ser mon of the Plattsburg Taborians to morrow. Prof. XI. W. Foster, having pur chased the shares of the other stock' holders, is now the sole owner of tho Ideal Pharmacy. Rev. W. A. A. Harris has been 111 for ten, days, but la now convalescent. and better still, Is soon to be married Congratulations. Mrs, Theodore Clay entertained Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dradley of Parsons, Kas. .last week. Mrs. Bradley was formerly a resident of Rosedale, Kas. Prof. A. R. Chlnn, C. G. M., will be In the city Sunday and will conduct the annual sermon services of the Knights and Daughters of Tabor at the Second Baptist church. GENf GEORGE W. TEETERS, Who won second place In the War of the Roses with a total amount re ported to da...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

fucrooVo o otjtv inmnrB Expressed in Acrostic By Mildred Caroline Goodridge (Copyright, 1915, by W. a. Chapman.) "Such a time, brother Frank! I never hod a better ono, but It was sil liness lu Its furthcrest extreme at the last" "I'm Interested," smiled Frank Bur ton. "Miss Virginia Lelghton was there, of course?" ''She was the life of the occasion, as nlways." "Then I am more than Interested!" declared the young man, "Very well, we all got to talking of Ideals. You know my heart Is pining for a poet, a gentle, dreamful bard, all oentiment and emotion. I suppose my fate will really be one of these worthy farmer boys around here, for there's no one else to get." "Thcro Is Hal Ferris." "Oh, he has eyes only for Virginia." "H'm!" muttered Frank disconso lately. "Well, all the girls expressed their Ideas ono pictured an artist lover, an other a matinee idol, another a Croe eua, another a general." "And Miss Lelghton?" queried Frank, a slight quaver in his tone. "Oh, she is literary, you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

ELNG LIFE with the Bronx la a thermos bottlo so I had to drink It or loso a perfectly re- BRITISH COLONIALS OFF FOR DARDANELLES MQMnONAL pectable old aunt. It tasted like a linoleum cocktail JOHN HENRY eouwt During the rest of the day every friend and relative I havo In the world rushed In, suggested a euro cure and then rushed out again. 2V GeoitjeVHobait Lesson Peaches tried them all on me and felt like tho Inside of a medicine (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of Bunday School Courso ot Moody Blblo Institute, Chicago.) chest. To mako matters worse, I drank John Henry On Getting Grip sonic dogberry cordial and It chased the catnip tea all over my concourse. LESSON FOR JUNE 20 SwSOiOOL SAY1 did1 you over put on tho gog gles and go Joy riding with an at tack of the gripT It has all other forms of amusement hushed to a lullaby take It from Uncle Hank. As a Dad Boy tho grip has every other disease slapped to a sobbing , standstill. It's dollars to pretzels that the grip germ Is tho b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 19 June 1915

Our Mottoi "Nothing but The Best" The Crosthwaif Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVKR THE GOODS" Tho People say wo have made loms of tho moat beautiful and original do ulcus In flowers overseen in Kansas City. Our Spoclalty 'tyick Delivery-Satisfactory Service" IloU Phone Bait 272 llome Phone Main 0070 1891 E. I81!i St., Kansas City, Mo AMUSEMENTS Lilt Yoht Vacant or Improved Property with Wm. Hopkins Modern Homes for Sale on Easy Terms Bell Phone East 3851 The Handy olored 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, Our Customers Your Friends Special Values in Furnishings for Men Women and Children GIVE US A CALL Taylor Holmes & Co. Mrs. Annli Holmis, Managtr 2409 Vina St. K. C. Mo. BEDFORD'S HAIR GROWER. Mrs. C. A. Smith has opened a branch office of MRS. 8. BEDFORD'S Wonderful H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

pti) Say, b&ve yoa a farnitbcd or un f sroitbed room for rent? Ailrer tke it k The San and let it be kiBginff yon ia somethiag. We want good reliable Agents in every tity and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME Til. NUMBER 43. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 2G, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Hear Mine. Jennie Watts Brown at St. Stephen's Baptist Church, Thursday, July 1st MME. JENNIE WATTS BROWN Of Chicago, III, dramatlo reader, character Impersonator, will be heard in recital Thursday evening, July 1, at St. Stephen's Baptist church, Inde pendence avenue and Charlotte st, Rev. J. W. Hurse, pastor. This will be Madame Brown's last recital here She owns and operates a stereopticon picture machine and a return engage ment Is assured wherever she has appeared. JENNIE ,WATTS BROWN SCORES SUCCESS IN ST. JOSEPH, i The second annual spring concert ibt the Coleridge-Taylor Choral Socie ty, St. Joseph, Mo., was held at the Francis Street Baptist church on the evening of June 9. Mada...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

1 1 A W-MEBICi CULLIHGS MmNATIOM SmBtSWL Lesson (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting bircctor of Sunday School Course ot Moody ulula Institute, Chicago.) Giles B. Jacksorf) among the wealth iest Negroes In Richmond, Va., and known throughout the stato, was born a slave In Goochland county about Blxt'y-flvo years ago. He has been chosen president ot the exposition -which Is to be held In that city In July in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary ot the emancipation and ot the achievements ot the Negroes in this country. He has secured a fed ral appropriation of $55,000, an ap propriation from the New York legis lature of $7,500, a Councllmantc ap propriation from the city of Richmond of $5,000 and several lesser donations. Jackson is the leading Negro law yer in Virginia, and at one time was prominently identified with the po litical life of President McKinley, who commissioned him as a colonel to take part In the inaugural parade in 1901. In 1905 Jackson was placed in command ot the third ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

In the Pit He Had Digged 2n By JOHN DARROUGH (Copyright, 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) Stepan had never feared Tozan, not even after ho won Sophie Katlok from him. Tozan had como to the mlno two years before, a tramp, and Stepan, who pitied him, had given him a job. Afterward Tozan fell In lovo with .Sophie, old Katlok's daughter, and Stepan won hor away. Still, a girl has the right to change her mind, and Sophie's decision seemed to Stepan no reason why his protege and friend should cast black looks at him. Therefore when Tozan came to Ste pan's bedside at night and told him old Katlok wanted him, in his house at the bottom of Long Shaft, half a mile deep or more, Stepan accompanied To .zan without hesitation. The lead in lLong Shaft had been cleaned out, 'the shaft had been abandoned, and .old Katlok's house was to bo disman tled. The old Bohemian, who had .lived there with Sophie for half a year, emerging Into the upper air only on Saturday nights, was glad of the change. But the four...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SIN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addi a& to The Kansas City Bun, 1801 ut 13th irou Bell Phono Eat 999. Entered a second-class matter, August U. 1908, at the postorllce at Kansas City, uo unaer ine aci oi juarcn , u. Kelson C Crews Editor and Owner .Wllla B. Glenn General Manager niTRsnniprtON RATES: One Tear U-gO Btx Months ?J Three Months 60 ADVERTISING KATE, SO CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 60i Char lotte St. Centennial 11. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. . Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char- lotte. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebcnezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and QTroost. Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and fvooauaa. Blue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. 8C Jton's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle slow. . Ssrenth Day Adventlst, 23rd and Wood Una. St. Moni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

CITY NEWS. - ' ... . it "? FOR UBNT-l-l-'unilshed front room, i SHRINERS HONOR "BILLY" KING. Mrs. Eliza Jesse, 1020 vine Alien a ine unienon i neaicr in a modern street. Thn firosthwalt Floral company has niirrOmseri nalms which they will rent for all occasions. Body A signal lionqr was recently ten' dercd Mr. 'William King, owner, man ager and star player o the Criterion thinfpr. riv n. nnhln nrilar nf Afnnnna. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bloss, 2434 Mlchl- wt.n vrpH thn nlann on Frldav even. gan avenuo, announce the birth of a Ung ln n large Dody fuljy uniformed daughter, Elizabeth Ruth. an,i 0f pleasing appearance. The show I WAa irnnfl ftnit mnnv nlr.n thlnes were Mrs. Millie Green, 1314 Kast 14th ..m Most nf thn nromlnent Masons street, has returned from a two weeks' WGr there. In a neat little sneech visit at Excelsior springs, wo. ji, King voiced his appreciation: I "AllnVi TnmtilA Nn fi. nnhlnn nf thn Mrs. Ethel 0. Herrlford returned Mvatlo. Rhrlnn. T wlnh tn Rtntn mv this week from a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

MUDRCII Her Failure as a Matchmaker Sent he Blue Book to the Fire. By WILLIS STRONG. Copyright. 1915. by the McClure Newspa- ,' per Syndicate.) Tho sea flashed la the sunlight and Mrs. James Wadham blinked her eyes and turned them toward the cooling green ot the golf links. Her glance sharpened as she rec- ognlzed her husband's portly form. Alls face flamed with heat and his white clothes looked limp. Over one shoulder a bag of clubs sagged heavily. "I wonder who that man la ho looks like the one who arrived this morning; I wonder if Edith " Her thoughts became chaotic aa her hus band came up the steps and sank Into n chair beside her. "mistering hot. Meg." he puffed, mopping his brow. "Who Is that man, Jim?" she asked. "What man?" ho stared. "Tho one you crossed the links with the tall man with fair hair." "Oh that's Denway." "One of the Denways?" she de manded, wide-eyed. He nodded carelessly. "One of the Denway twins, I be lieve." "Which one?" "Search me! 1 didn't ask him. JJeems...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

A VISION SPLENDID By MARY CARTER BLAKE. (Copyright. 1915, by W. CI. Chapman.) Onco Abol Day had a dream (hat ,he never forgot. From that hour ho "was a changed man. Ho" did' not toll of.hls dream to wife, son or neighbors, Ibut he cherished Us details until there lws a secret chamber In his mind to 'which ho could repair when fancy so inclined, and rovel in Us Idealism 'as might a poet, or a painter, or a 'pure, innocent girl in her first rapt lore visions. Abol wns a carpenter, oarning only a fair living, getting old and only a part of tho building contracts going. His son, Alton, ho had managed to educate and Alton was cut out for an engineering career. Abel sighed and looked longingly, whenever he viewed .the spot they called home; Never was there such a site. By rare good fortune he had been able years ago to securo a twenty-acre plat of ground Just at the edge of tho town. It in cluded a little lake, some timber, a rocky glen, and Us highest point over looked tho landscape for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 June 1915

You Should Use Madam P. M. Dabney's XXTH CENTURY HAIR PREPARATIONS And Have Good Hair Mme. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Grower Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Grower pro motes a beautiful growth of hair, stops falling out and breaking of hair, removes dandruff and relieves itching of scalp. It will make YOUR hair grow. For woman, man or child. PRICE 50c. PER JAR Mme. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Grower TESTIMONIAL "With the use of Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Contury Hair Prep arations 'my hair has grown four inches in six months. I would not be without them." Mrs. Henderson, 1721 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Mme. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Pressing Oil Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Pressing OH is an ideal hair dressing, having properties which protect the hair from wind, weather and disease, make it soft and glossy; Improves the quality of the hair and promotes straightening without irons. For woman, man or child. PRICE 50c. PER BOX Mme. P. M. XXth Century Dabney'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 3 July 1915

ure yea a fanuthed or no ihcd rook for real? Adver- In The Sub and let it be og yoa ia something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. jXJME VII. NUMBER 44. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915. PRICE, 5c. J the Republican Party is Fair to the Negro it Can Sweep State and Nation. mutt SUPERB AZZLING These Words Faintly Describe-the Demonstra tion of the Masonic Bodies Last Sunday. 600 Blue Lodge Masons, 110 Knights Templars, 33 De gree Masons, Shriners, Royal Arch Masons and two Crack Bands' Make up the Most Resplendent Parade Seen Here This Year. T WO GRAND MASTERS IN LINE SERMON AND PROGRAMME HAVE NEVER BEEN EQUALLED IN THIS CITY. The observance of St. John's day on last Sunday by the united Mason ic organizations of this city, was "the most brilliant, the most spectacular and the most successful affair of its kind that has ever been witnessed in Kansas City. The day dawned gloomy and un forbidding and it seemed that rain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 3 July 1915

M5W toiMrioNAL StWSOIOOL Lessen (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of Sunday School Course of Moody Blblo Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR JULY 4 I AFRO-AIM CULLIES v What tho Afro-American has thus far accomplished Is only a promise an expectation; tho realization be longs to the future. A school must and will be established, perhaps In Washington, D. C; to head this school, an eminent European composer and teacher secured (preferably a Rus sian), who, unhindered by prejudice, will understand, appreciate and foster tho peculiar musical genius of the Afro-American child. While giving the child the same grasp upon the science cf composition as was Beethoven's, he will also Bhow that strength of char acter and profound knowledge of his people, as well as technical skill, which made Beethoven the master. In dividuality and then, more Individu ality. Such a school will require money. It will not be forthcoming If as soon as a few Negroes have learned the prin ciples of breathing, or bein...

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

EING John SAY I did you over havo to leavo tho soothing Influence of your own rattling radiators In tho Big City and go romping oft to a rich relation's (or tho Christmas week-end? Well, don't do It, If you can help it, and if you can't help it get back home aa soon as possible When Uncle Gilbert Hawley sent us an Invitation to run up to Hanyleys vlllo for a day or two I looked at Peaches and she looked at me then wo both looked out of the window. We knew what a wildly hilarious time we'd have splashing out Bmall talk to the collection of human brie-a-brac ahr.ys to be found at Undo Gilbert's, ht what Is one going to do when the n'whest old gink lit the fam ily waves a beckoning armT I'll toll yea what one Is going to do one is gclfcjS to take to one's O'Sul llvan's, beat ii rapidly to a choo-choo and float Into Undo Gilbert's presence with business of bolng tickled to death that's what one is going to do. You know nature has a few immu table laws and one Is that even a rich old uno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 3 July 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN I - PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addnnnfl tt The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East Uth Bell Phone East W. Entered as eecona-class matter, August IT, lvgs, at tno poatomce at Kansas uiiy. mo., unaer tna act or Marcn 3, isjs. Kelson C Crews Editor and Owner Wllla B. Qlenn... .General Manager HtisscmPTloM rtATES: One Tear , 11.80 Blx Months 78 Tnree ilontns s 'VDVEItTISINQ ItXTB, EO CBNTS PER t INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char lotte St. .Centennial M. E. Church. lth and frond lfinrt Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. 'Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and unanotte. (Kansas Ave. Baptist Church; 46th and Kansas., Ebeneser Ai M. E. Church, Kth and Tracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and Trooat Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. jward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and wooauuiJ. lue valley Baptist church, 1120 Cry St JtSn s A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle- flow. Ssventh Day Adventlst, 23rd and Wood- iaB. St. Monica'...

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