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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 September 1915

dressing. Phone. Mr. Geo. Mosby and little daugh ter, Imogene, made a visit to Spring Held, 111., the guest of a brother, J. M. Alosby. Miss Desdemona West left Thurs day to take charge of the music de partment of the State Institute of Taft, Okla. Mrs. Dora Salsbury, 2204 Scott Avenue, spent two weeks, the guest of Miss Mamie Salsbury, 1824 Madi son Avenue. FOR RENT Two or three down stairs rooms, furnished, or partly fur nished. Use of kitchen, water and gas. 1009 Euclid. The Dunbar Art Club had Its open ing meeting Thursday, September 2. The club met September 9 with Mrs. Lulu Bell, 2115 Highland. Mrs. Josephine Abernathy left last Wednesday for Los Angeles, Calif. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Elllston, who will spend the winter there. Mrs. Louise McClure entertained her daughter, Mrs. Douglass and Itev. Douglass, Rev. and Mrs. Matthews, at lunch Friday at her residence, 533 Lydla Avenue. Miss Armeda Jarrett of 1519 Vir ginia Avenue, is at home after a visit of three m...

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. — 11 September 1915

HIS LESSON Dy GEORGE ELMER COBB. "Don't do it, Dennis I" pleaded Mrs. Foley. "1'vo made up my mind," responded her IiuBband In his usual set nnd de termined way. "It's the call of anibl Uon, woman! I've been humble and lowly too long. It's the chanco of my llfo, and I'm going to tako It." "Aron't we well enough off. Dennis, dear!" objected Mrs. Foley. "You've got a steady job. It's in a line you understand. Better to be foreman of the ward sower and paving gang than somo hlfalutln position you may not bo able to hold a year." "I know my powers, woman; I know my powers. The new reform candi date Is going to win, and It I stump for hlra he's promised mo a better po sition." Mrs. Foley sighed. They were hum ble folk. Dennis was uneducated, their little home was located In a poor section. Uut It was all their own and Dennis was a good husband and a kind father. Their daughter Nora was earning a fair salary as a stenographer. She was engaged to an estimable young man, a budding architect...

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. — 11 September 1915

ITALIANS PUT UP Motor car of tho Italian army equipped to carry a set of wireless appli ances for quick work In the Hold. With this apparatus a wireless station Is set up within twelve minutes. I THEIR DAILY TUSKS CONTINUAL ROAR OF Several Towns in France That Are German Guns People Grow Accustomed to the Unceasing Fire and Eat, Drink and Sleep as Usual The Case of Arras Is Typical of Many French Towns. By GEORGE DUFRESNE. (International News Service.) Paris. There are several towns in France where the inhabitants have grown so accustomed to being bom barded that they eat, drink, sleep, and go about their dally tasks under a con tinual roar of cannon and bursting shells. There are Reims. Pont-a-Mous-son and Arras, for example, whose populatjons have had but few days' respite for mouths paBt, To take the latter town as a very typical Instance of what the French have to bear at the present time, a correspondent of the Journal gives an account ot the sufferings of the people, which exc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 September 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 relievos 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 Century Hair Prep arations my hair ha9 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 Oil is an ideal hair dressing, having properties which protect the hair from wind, weather and disease, mako 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. Dabney's XXth Centur...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

3fon fit Sun WW Sajr, have you a furniihtd or un farnuned room for rent? Advcr titt it in The Sun and let it be bringing yoa in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for tenms. VOLUME Tin. NUMBER 3. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Are You On Our List? Us Make This The Greatest Negro Newspaper He d HUMAN LIFE By Prof. A. A. Hughes. Human life Is composed of a suc cession of small events, each of which is seemingly very unimportant and yet the manner In which we deal with them depends our success In life. Success In any line of work does not come by chance. It Is the man of a single Idea who hammers that idea lnlq the head of the world who wins in the battle of life. A man succeeds because he maps out his own path and pursues it. He succeeds because he knows that mon ey is power and that it must be saved He succeeds because health means wealth and success and that health must be especially cared for. A m...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

INIUMTIONAL Lesson (By O. E. SELLERS Acting Director of the Sunday School 'Courts of the Moody lllbie Institute.) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 19 DEFEAT THROUGH DRUNKEN NESS. J LESSON TEXT-I Klnsa M:10-zL GOLDEN TEXT Wine arid new wine takeaway the understanding. Hos. 4:11 We feel somewhat like questioning the title of this lesson, it can be used as a temperance lesson no doubt, but to attribute Ben-hadad's defeat entire ly to drunkenness Is not quite truo to the farts. Jehovah's Jealousy of his name (v. 13) and the enemies' con tempt for Jehovah (vv. 23, 28) are the fundamental causes of the defeat of the Syrians though, of course, drunk enness, as an exhibition of self-indulgence and therefore of weakness, was a natural accompaniment of that con tempt for God. I. Ahab's Predicament, vv. 10-12. The Syrian king's contemptuous treat ment of Ahab (vv. 1-7) at last became so great that In sheer desperation the people refused to listen to his demands iv. F). His forces far overwhelmed the littl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

FLAVOR FOR WINTER MENUS Prominent Style Features in Gowns All that Remains or the Arch THE FAMOUS Ecoa Homo arch, spanning ono ol the modern and narrow streets of Jerusa lem, Is nothing else than the remaining part of an ancient Roman triumphal arch of tho -well-known type. The room above It Is of course modern. In its day it stood across a wide paved street; under It rattled tho Roman chariots, while the smaller arches, one on each side, ac commodated the pedestrians, writes John D. Whiting In the Christian Her ald. Adjoining the arch on tho north Is part of the building belonging to the Sisters of Zion, where, In all probabil ity, in the days of Jesus stood the Pretorium, or "Hall of Judgment," where also tho then Roman governor, Pontius Pilate, lived. Almost directly opposlto we find a Turkish barracks, being undoubtedly the site of tho Cas tin of Antonla. This latter site was originally a natural rocky spur, Jut ting out Into the northwestern corner of the temple area. Forty yea...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. AM communications should be addressed 'to The Kansas City Bun, 1803 East 18th tret. Bell Phone Et W. Entered as second-class matter, August It, 1908. at the poitofflce at Kansas City, Mo., under tbe act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner ,WUla B. Glenn General Manager subscription rates: Dns Tear II. GO Blx Months 75 Three Months CO ADVERTISING RATE, 50 CENTS PER INCH. born April 25, 1898 ana fell nsleep Sept. 10, 1915 at 3;15 p, m. at the Woodland Hospital. Ho leaves a de voted mother, stepfather and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his de mise. Obsequies held from Grant Chapel, A. M. E. Church of which he was a faithful member. Itev. J. K. Ponder officiating. Betty (S? S sms Little Carfce-D T CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 2th and Flora. HI. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 unar lotte SL Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and wooaisnu. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. Allen Chapel A. M. II Church, 10th and ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

I jt any news. . Rev. F. J. Peck was transferred to Los Angeles, Calif. Dr. N. P .Gregg was transferred to the Missouri Conference. Mr. and Mrs. DansAllen entertained at whist Thursday evening. Mrs. Clara Adams and Mrs. Essie Lewis left Saturday night for Chicago for an Indefinite stay. Mrs. H. W. Howard, 2435 Highland, entertained at dinner Miss Eva P. Washington this week. The B. L. I. P. U. of A. will hold their twenty-eighth convention at 1731 Lydla Avenue, Sept. 21. The Misses Thomas of Miles City, Mont, are house guests of Mrs. T. A. Holland, 170G E. 19th St. NOTICE. An afternoon of pleasure at Armory Hall, Cottage and Vine streets Satur day, September 25, from 2 to C p. m. given by Sliver Link Tent. Good mu sic. Everybody invited. Admission 10 cents. Mr. Geo. W. Little left Kansas City August 3i as a waiter with the Okhv lioma Bankers' Association for Van' couver, B. C. Many places of interest were visited. Others from this city who made the trip were Messrs. J. Taylor, H. O....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

By ISADORE BENSHINQHAM. "Now you've done It, Abner!" ex claimed Mrs. Post. "Done what?" demanded her hus band crossly, giving tho hammer In bis hand a last vicious bang across a nail head. "Killed a purple moth see, with the head of the hammer, and It's a bad sign." "Sign, nothing!" growled Abner, but wrathfully. "The only sign I'm Inter ested In at the present time Is tho elgu I'm nailing up right hero and now, and It says 'No Trespassing,' and tho first one who questions It gets a dose of salt and pepper." "You think you're quite right, Ab nerT" insinuated Mrs. I'ost gently. "I know I'm right! " stormed back her better half. "See here, Maria, no milk-and-water sentiment! This creek was on my land when I bought it, wasn't It?" "Yes, Abner, but It's crooked and cut In on the other side so that neigh bor Dodd has near a third of It." "Let him keep it; let him keep It! that's all right!" shouted Abner. "I've uo objection, but when he sets his visitors to fishing all over It, and his c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

TfaeBlueWced From Mars By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright. 1915, by W. Q. Chapman.) Holland was the first man in the country to notice it Ills desk in the office o( tho great photo film manu facturing company was immediately beneath tho blue window. 'The win dow was an odd freak of the presi dent's, a matter of sentiment which Is unimportant. It looked like a blade of grass, sprung from somo seed that had gained lodgment Immediately beneath tho window. When Holland came back from lunch there were two blades where one had been, and it seemed quite a hardy little plant Holland was curious to see how long it could grow there in the crev ice -beneath tho window, unobserved. He left It and went homo.- Tho next morning ho was amazed to see a shrub there, a sort of ornamental grass plant with tall, feathery fringes. Owing to tho shadow of the blue win dow it had apparently escaped no tice. The Impudence' of the plant amused Holland Surreptitiously ho lit a . cigarette. To bo found smoking in the f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 September 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

Say, have yon a furnished or nn fnrnuned room for rent? Adver tise it in The Sun and let it be brisging you in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for tenms. VOLUME VIII. NUMBER 4. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Hear Hann's Jubilee Concert Co. at Second Baptist Church, Monday Evening, Sept. 27th e. - i A Noted Lecturer Here. The convening of the Annual Con ference In Kansas City, Kas., this week has brought quite a number of - distinguished men Into our commun ity, men not only distinguished as clergymen but as real scholars as well. Dr. Reverdy C. Ransom, editor ' of the A. M. E. Church Review la one of the most brilliant examples of the latter. -He Is not only that. Ho Is also a fearless champion of human rights. Ho rings no "backing bells," but always urges forward, speaking out In clarion tones the doctrine of Rev. Reverdy C. Ransom, America's greatest orator, who will preach at Allen Chapel Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

Hunting for Real Haunted House in Washington WASHINGTON. Most persons are satisfied It they can locate n placo where the ghost can bo relied upon to walk once a week, but In Now York a society that Is devoted to psychical research Is much mora exorbitant In Its demands. It Is socking In Washing of oldest Inhabitants of the District of Columbia to please toll It of the exist ence of such a houso, and In the letter the society mentions that It has heard that such a ghost rendezvous exists In a houso "In Georgetown" and of another "near tho navy yard." The country negroes of Georgetown and those who live near tho navy yard have not been especially glad to hear this. They aro digging up rabbit feet and rubbing them, they are burying newly pulled teeth with Incanta tions, and, in short, using every ghost layer they know anything about. It this psychical research society wants ghosts, emphatically tho Ethiopian Society of Pork Chop Destroyers doesn't want 'em. Washington Women Are MAYDE y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

GRAPHIC PICTURE OF THE RETAKING OF MI Frederick Palmer Describes One of Most Picturesque Actions on British Front. BAG GERMANS IN NOVEL WAY rhunders of Artillery Duel Heard Many Miles "in Rear British Offi cers Enthusiastic Over Work of Hlg Guns Floht Without Thought of- Cost. By FREDERICK PALMER. (International News Service.) British Headquarters, Franco. Tho British havo retaken the mine crater at iiooge in one of the most pictur esque actions which has happened along the British front for a long time, without counting the novel way In which a bag of prisoners was mado. Hoogo is tho name of what was once a village In a region as flat as a bil liard table. It is In the Yprcs salient. As for the nature of life in the Ypres salient there is tho testimony of Gcr man prisoners who say that when a man on their sldo is assigned to it the saying is that he may consider himself, as good as loBt. It is generally agreed that moro blood has been spilled In tho Ypres 'salient than over any sim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addnind to The Kansas City Sun, 1S03 Kaat 18th tret. Dell Phona East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August 12, 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City, Uo., under the act ot March 3, 1879. Kelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Wllla B. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear l-60 iSlz Months 75 Three Months SO ADVERTISING RATE, BO CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora, St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char lotte St Centennial M. 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. Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and Troost. Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and Woodlani Blue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St Jttn's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle tlow. Saventh Day ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

NEW Tango Club meets Friday, Oct. 1, at Armory Hall, Cottage and Vine streets. FREE- FREE1 FREE1 SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Friday evening, October 1. Exhlbl- Tho Memorial Services of the late Mr. Ermine White of Butler, Is tho guest of his brother, Mr. Itoscoo White" and Mrs. White. Miss Helen Montgomery, 1420 Jack son, left last Sunday morntnG for FIsk University. Mrs. Katlo Kennedy, 1818 East 18th street died last Sunday, September 10, at the age of C5. Secretary It. B. DeFrantz of tho Y. M. C. A. returned after pleasant stay In Denver, Colo. T Mrs. Myrtle Moore of Omaha, Nob., Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Jones, 1412 East ltSh street. Captain Neal Itango of the U. B. F. was appointed National O. Guard of the National Grand Camp. tlon of Wonderful Art by Robert E. Hell. Lightning slcetbhcs In oil paint ing. "Holy City" sung and painted. "The Black Jesus" on exhibit. A great painting. League Enterprise, 1521 East 18th Street. Boll I'hone East 1621. You will bo surprised to seo what ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

IHm,HiflamPU)Mt The Bond of Birth Br H. M. EGBERT j (Copyrlcht. 1915. by W. O. Chapman.) ! Id tho now settlement of Grey, which is tho first town that whlto tunn linvo butlt north of the Zambesi, men passed Dawson and felt ashamed o their color. "Who is that man?" Inquired Lady Sibyl Forrest, who had newly ar rived at Grey, whero her father wa3 administrator, from London. "That? Oh, that's Dawson," an swered her eecort, a young officer In tho mounted police. "Not a very sa vory subject, Lady Sibyl. He " Dawson, lolling In tho sun, sat up and fo'.t his checks glow red for tho first time In three years. The young officer did not tell Lady Sibyl alt, but what ho told her was enough, for tho next tlmo sho passed Dawson sho looked across tho street and hurried "The worst of it Is, tho rotter used to bo a gentleman," said Dennett, tho young officer, to a friend that eve ning at tho club. "Of course, I couldn't tell Lady Sibyl all not half. But when a whtto man so far de grades himself as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

A WAR ZONE PERIL By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH. "At last I" breathed my wife, my Bertha, my bride ot a month, with a sigh of vast relief. "It has been hard work," 1 re turned, and glad and relieved as well, "but wo seem to bo bound for the safety lino this time." For a week our honeymoon had been Interrupted. With many other Incau tious and distressed tourists wo had been marooned, so to speak, on an Island on tho river near the Austrian town of Vasro. Wo had been practi cally prisoners and subjected to tho most rigorous Investigation. Wow wo had been, liberated and taken over to tho mainland railroad depot. I noticed that a cumber of spies kept us well in view on the train bound for the fron tier. All would have been well If It had not been for one of. Bertha's whims, Yes, sho was capricious, and as well Jealous and all that The crisis of fear and anxiety past, womanlike her mind fell back to matters trivial. "I saw some lovely grapes on tho fruit stand in tho waiting room. Won't you get m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 September 1915

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