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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 4 March 1916

CITY NEWS. j Good morning. Mrs. Pearl nlloy of 23d and Vine, Is quite 111. Mrs. Maude Gamble is 111 at her res idence, 1628 Agnes. Jlrs. Caddla Wlether, of 1708 Mich! Can, Is Indisposed this week. ' Mrs. Maud,' Gamble, of 1628 Agnes, has been.quite 111 during the past two Keeks. Mrs. T. A. Holland of 1706 East 19th street Is up again from a week's illness. Mrs. M. G. Brooktns received a tele gram stating the death of her father at Chicago on February 26. Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, 1021 High land avenue, left Tuesday for Sedalla to attend the- bedside of her mother. Letters are at the. Sun office for J. D. Bowser, A. A. Anderson, Richard B. Harrison and Miss Belle Marshall. Mrs. Mayme Webster, 1222 Wood lanad avenue. Is convalescent after being quite ill and confined to her home. Mrs. G. H. Furnell, 1322 Vine street, who has been quite ill, is improving rapidly, to the pleasure of her many friends. Mrs. Josle Fjnney, 1425 East 18th street, has been ill for the past week. The Sun and her...

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. — 4 March 1916

The Straight 1 By EVANS MACAULAY RANDALL , (Copyright. 16, by W. U. Chapman.) ' "I'm through!" ltolaml Dalton looked It. Young, handsome, well dressed, sober, ener getic, ambitious this had been his record "on the Hoard" for two years, but just now there was In his face an appalling discouragement. "See here, Jerry," ho said to his trader and manager, "there's no need to publish it, but I don't dare to go any further. If I did, It would be on baseless credit and I'll take no chance with other people's money." "But, sir, wo owe nothing, the decks are clear " "And I'm going to quit, while they hre. You follow orders. Pay off very bill and close up the office. I'll fcay you und Miss Blount a month's Isalnry ahead. I'll leave each of you a Mrst-clas3 recommendation to Burtelle j& Co., who will be glad of your serv ices. I'm going up into Wisconsin and Bet as far away from the hubbub and Kvorry as 1 can for a month. Then 1 jthink I'll strike out for the coast and begin all over again...

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. — 4 March 1916

A Friend in Need By Florence Lillian Henderson (Cnpvrlaht. fSfft? 191S. MS by W, O. Chapman.) MauHco Stoclo bat sipping n fra grant cup of moclia In a respectable, but low-priced cafeteria. Ills fash ionable friends would have wondered had they seen this favored son of for tuno amid such humble surroundings. Hut Maurice had even been demo cratic at heart. There waB storm and sleet outside. He had experienced chill and discomfort from the biting blast. Half way home to his elegant bach elor quarters the scent of real good coffee wafted ,from the cafeteria had tempted him to warm up on a cup of his favorite boverage. He fell to musing and watching the patrons of the restaurant come and go. It was a perfectly respectable place, and tho visitors comprised clerks, stenographers and older men nnd women who saw an economy In the really wholesomo rnd palatable food furnished by tho place. Then, direct ly opposite- him at another table his attention became fixed on a young girl of about eigh...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 4 March 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S "Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations are just what the name implies. They cleanse and cure the scalp of all diseases, such as Dandruff, Tetter or Eczema, and finally produce a thick growth of hair. A six weeks' trial treatment will convince any one of the value of Madam Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing of Sanitary Shampoo, 50c; Sanitary Grower, 50o; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. No goods sent 0. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED! GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful study to hair and scalp culture and is pre pared to meet the demands of the people. She manufactures all of her preparations I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months. My hair has grownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp is perfectly clean of disease, which was never so before. Sanitary Hair preparations have given me p...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 March 1916

We want good reliablo Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME VIII. NUMBER, 2S. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 191 . PRICE, 5c. All Hail Principal Lee and the Splendid Work He is Doing at Lincoln High, Sty, have too t fnraiihtd or un furnished room for rent? Adver tite it in The Sun and let it be bringing yon ia something. G. JACKSON STARS. . Is Developing Promising Geniuses More Distinguished Since Cali fornia Trip. Dy CHAS. A. STARKS. J ?J JT.0"? gathered In the studio of Allen chapel last Tuesday night, that was all. This ...a.... ...... ... , few was chiefly composed of students of music. A few teachers, a bishop and Allen', distinguished pastor. Prof. Jackson in explaining the purpose of the meeting said that ,lhe program which was to be rendered was de- signed to give the prospective public performers a chance to rid them selves) of what native shyness or stage fright they mlglu possess and to round oft and polish up any lingering c...

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. — 11 March 1916

Mhmfional lMawaWMWWllMJlllIIMImillllltt1MIIIl'l IIITIMII, Ill fllllsl IIWlM 5 TTAxminnAiyriJAD DAVC AMH ORS S ; Features of Fashion niiiwiuyiri rviv jjvau w v sjwsoioo: y TMO s By JULIA BOTTOMLEY Lesson (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of Sunday School Course. Moody I31ble Institute.) (Copyright, 1SH, Western Newspaper Unloa.) LESSON FOR MARCH 12 HEROES AND MARTYRS OF FAITH. LESSON TEXT Heb. 11:1; 12:3. GOLDEN TEXT Let us run with pa tience the race that Is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and per fector of our faith. Heb. 12:1. 2. There are two kinds of heroism for which medals are awarded In this country. Congress confers a "medal of honor" for distinguished services and extraordinary heroism In war. The Carnegie "hero fund In peace," bestows medals and pecuniary recog nition for heroic deeds performed in preserving and rescuing human life, and the first medal thus issued wan given tn a boy for rescuing another boy from drowning. I. Faith Defined, v. 1. This is per ...

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. — 11 March 1916

RUFFLE IS WILL BE EXTENSIVELY USED THIS SEASON. Employed Chiefly to Give Fullness to Skirts Sleeves to Stand Out From the Arm Capes Bid Fair to Ba General. Ruffles aro used all over a skirt to give It fullncs3, which Is a much pret tier method than obtaining width by a plain circular cut which saga at its different points and Is apt to look as ragged as tho skirt ot a gypsy before a month Is over. Tho deep Spanish rufllo will como In -with the other Spanish fashions. Tho This New Model of Blue Straw Is Trimmed With a Large Pink Rose. lifting of the hips by pliable reeds will .go merrily on. The Breton basque will bo advocated in all kinds of fab rics. It is mainly accentuated by a full ruffle below tho waist. Sleeves are full, so much so that they aro crinolined to stand out from tho arm. but they are usually caught in below the armholp in various ways "and aro either gathered at the wrist and finished with a ruffle, or held Into s long, tight cuff that Is buttoned up the back. Coat...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 March 1916

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communication! should be addressed H The Kansas City Bun, HOI Eut 1IU tret. Bell phone East M9. Entered as second-class matter, August 11, 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City, no., unaer ine act 01 raarcu , Klon tl Crews Editor and Owner WlUa B. Olenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION BATES: o.. v.., 11.50 lx Months H mrt,t, Months ADVERTISING KATE, 50 CENTS I'EB INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 21th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 601 Char lotte St. Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. , Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char- AUen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. . ,., . Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 40th and Kansas. Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, lith and "Augustine's V. E. Church, 11th and TV?ne St. Baptist Church. 1S25 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and Woodland. , , .... ulue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St. JeUn's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle- Ssventh Day Adventlst, 23rd and Wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 March 1916

I, 7 Q KANSAS CITY, KAS. CITY NEWS. Good morning. Prof. R. W. Foster, Principal of Wen dell Phillips School, Is quite 111 at his home, 1215 Pasco. Mrs. Dolly Klncald of Seattle, Wash., Is visiting her cousin, Mrs, John Tay lor, 1004 Virginia. A. C. Cunnlgan, 1242 Barnett ave nue, Kansas City, Kas., is out again nfter a serious Illness. Miss E. Juan Blanton, who has been quite ill for the past week with ton sllltis, Is able to be out again. Mrs. Maude Gamble, 1G28 Agnes, Is Improving rapidly from a very serious Illness of several weeks' duration. Mr. Miles Dunn, onq of the veteran class leaders of Allen Chapel, has been seriously 111 during the past week. L. E. Woods, 2219 Woodland ave nue, who has been 111 for several days with tonsilitls, is able to resume work again. Mrs. Francis Wilson, 913 Woodland avenue, Is still confined to her bed. She would like to see her many friends. Mrs. Geo. W. K. Love, 2418 Flora avenue, has been suffering from the lagrlppe for the past week, but is m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 March 1916

THE SUPPLANTER By H. M. EGBERT. Mario Hcnfrow had thought she was la bay until sho was nine years old. .-.Then sho learned tho truth about her father's obsession. Ton years boforo Andrew Renfrew, Itlred of tho struggle for llfo In tho (cities of eastern Canada, had taken bis wife and household goods and bioved to tho north of Saskatchewan. (There ho had become a trapper. They lived entirely alono In the 'wilderness. Their little sod cabin held U good deal of happiness, none the Jess. Both wore satisfied, the woman, Ibecauso she loved her husband, tho knan, because some primitive strain In him camo out and answered to tho call of tho far North, besides, there (was Marie, their only child. Then Maggie Renfrew closed her teyes for over upon tho earthly scene, heaving tho desolate man alone with the child. And becauso he had alwayt longed for a son, he brought her uy as a boy. Her only companions wore tho In Wlans who came, rarely enough, to tho little place to offor furs for An drew ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 March 1916

Little . Humphrey EVA MAY CAMERON (Copyrlelit, 1516, by W. Q.' Chapman.) A socond-rato theater dominated by third-rato actors dingy, old-faBhtoncd, but doing Bomo business, mostly by producing frayed and time-worn plays and, therefore, nblo to secure the "props," scenery and costumes dirt cheap. ' Gabriel Dyko had been an "actor" once, mostly In "supe" parts. His stronghold, howovor, was In the prompter and stage managing lino Now ho had settled down as prop erty man of the BIJou, salary fair, am bition dead, accepting llfo as It came, but far from happy. Thero was a romance In tho llfo of Gabriel and It may soon bo told. He had wedded a star petite, petted Myra x Scott. Sho was a bright, vivacious creature, oven at eighteen taking strictly Juvenile parts. For a year they led a happy llfo In this same gToat bustling city. A little child was born to them, a pun), angellc-facod llttlo fellow, Humphrey. Then thero was a bitter quarrel between hus band and wtfo. Myra was high strung. Ga...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 11 March 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S "Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations cleanse and cure the scalp of Eczema, and A six weeks' trial treatment 5 will convince any one of the value of Madam Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing of Sanitary Shampoo, 50c; Sanitary Grower, 50c ; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. No goods sent C. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED ! GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful study to hair and scalp culture and is pre pared to meet the demands of the people. She manufactures all of her preparations I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months. My hair has grownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp is perfectly clean of disease, which was never so before. Sanitary Hair preparations1 have given me perfect satisfaction. 1 recommend them highly. MUS. KATIE BROOKS, 2112 W. Prospect, Kansas City, Mo. I began to use...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 March 1916

Skj, bare yoa a furBitBtd or na farniahed' room for rent? Adver tise it in The San and let it be Imaging yea ia someUnDg. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. mun VOLUME VIII. NUMBER 29. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 11)11. PRICE, 5c. Hear Hon. J. A. Harzfeld, President of the City Club, at Lincoln High, Sunday at 3 P.M. Edwards or Jost; Economy or Waste? George H. Edwards, Republician Nominee for Mayor Attacks The Waste and Ineffi ciency of Shannoq,-Jost Democrats. He Asks 'How the People's The city campaign, which Is now In progress, has developed Into a fight of tho better element of citizens for ever to rid tho city hall of tho Shan-non-Jost rabbits. Lined up on the ono side we find the men of the type ol Henry SI. Beardsley, on the other tho political henchmen of Joo Shannon. With the people united, regardless of party, fighting for the best Interests of the city, they can not be defeated any more than tho United S...

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. — 18 March 1916

MffiMTIONAL SlNMfSOlOOL Lesson (By E. O. SELLERS, Actlnir Director of unuay School Course of the Moody Bible institute, Chicago.) (Copyright, 1B1C, Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR MARCH 19 PHILIP AND THE ETHIOPIAN. L.ESSON TEXT Acts 8:26, 40. GOLDEN TEXT Understandest fchat thou readest? Acts 8:30. thou Beginning at verso four, chapter eight, we enter upon the second great division ot tho Book of the Acts. It marks tho beginning of preaching out side of Jerusalem and also tho employ ment of lay-preachers. The persecu tion of the Jerusalem church was chiefly led by Paul (v. 3) and result ed In a wider dissemination of the good news (v 4.). Philip tho deacon went to Samaria where multitudes heard and saw (vv. B, 8) and where a remarkablo work of grace attended his dealing with Simon Magnus, who thought ho could buy the gift ot the Holy Spirit bestowed by the apostles (v. 9-24). Tho apostles returned to Jerusalem (v. 25) leaving Philip to continue his great revival In Samaria. I. ...

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. — 18 March 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S "Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations are just what the name implies. They cleanse and cure the scalp of all diseases, such as Dandruff, Tetter or Eczema, and finally produce a thick growth of hair. A six weeks' trial treatment will convince any ono of the value of Madam Martin's Sani. tary Hair Preparations A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing: of Sanitary Shampoo, COc ; Sanitary Grower, 50c; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. No goods sent 0. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED I GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful pared to meet the demands of the people. I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months. My hair has grownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp Is perfectly clean of disease, which was never so before. Sanitary Hair preparations have given me perfect satisfaction. 1 recommend them highly. AIRS. KATIE BROOKS, 2112 W. Prospec...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 March 1916

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications ahould be oddrarted t Th Kanuu Cltr Bun, 1803 East 18th man. Bell Phont East W. Sintered as second-class matter, Aujrust iwi, at tne poatornce at Kansas unit 'Vfa, under the act of March S, 4879. Kalaon C Crews. WUla B. Glenn.. .Editor and Owner ..General Manager SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Tear .....I1.C0 mx Aiontns ,i Tares Months t ,S ADVERTISING ItATE, 50 CENTS PER There aro localities In Missouri in which Negroes cannot live. There are. localities In which they live under con stant mistreatment and oppression, all rights Ignored, all liberties denied. AH these localities are strictly demo cratic In politics. It may be safely asserted that no man or woman can become very pro ficient, as a teacher, minister, lawyer or physician and at the same time dabble into all sorts of politics, social clubs or other forms of obligations In volving absence from study and loss of sleep. Negroes should be cautious about engaging in the agitat...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 March 1916

CI i Y F NEWS 5 KANSAS JHTY, KAS. By .MRS. KITTY . DAVIS. Tho Aesculaplan Medical society met with Dr. S. H. Thompson, Tuesday night, March 7 Prof, and Mrs. A. K. Chlnn of Glas gow, Mo., spent several days In the city attending business connected with tho K. of P., and also visiting rela tlves and friends. They are both look Ing excedlngly well and report having spent a delightful stay. They returned homo Tuesday evening. Prof. J. H. Kenner of Marshall, Mo., has been seriously Indisposed during the paBt two weeks. His friends are urging htm to put aside his school cares and take an Indeflnlto leave ot absence. Prof. Kenner is ono of the pioneer teachers of the state and a man of unusual attainments and has built up at Marshall one of the best and most complete schools in rural Missouri. Mrs. Belle Fulchor, 121C Garfield avenue, is quite ill and would like to see her many friends. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the Princess and sisters of Queen Sophia Temple...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 March 1916

r Only a Girl By Gtorge Elmer Cobb (Copyright, 1310. by W. G. Chapman.) "What does It mean?" Mabel Btono was a plcturo of (lis itross and dread as she stood before .the closed and locked door of Mason & Co., where she had worked as stenographer for over two years, and Kho gazed appeallngly Into tho trou tiled face ot John Davis, chief clork ot tho establishment. "It means Just what It says," John Sobcrly replied, and his face twitched :and ho was white to tho lips "gone jinto the hands of a receiver. That 'means that tho house has gono under, I understand," and there was an un jBtcady catch in his voice "I under stand that they will not pay ten cents 'on the dollar." "Oh, dear!" faltered Miss Stone. "Then wo will there will be no Swork?" "None, I fear, for most of us." Then Iho brightened up momentarily. "As jto you, though," he added, "a friend lln another office was asking mo only yesterday to find him an expert stenographer, and I am sure you can jstart in your new place at o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 March 1916

DIARY OHM Officer Tells of Reconnoitering Duty at Night. Company Commander Sends Him Out Wjth Squad to Find Out If There Are Any Germans Opposite Dislikes Commander. London. One of the many little magazines published by the soldiers contains the following extract from the diary of an odlcer commanding a reconnoitering patrol In Franco: 6 p. m. Waked from sound sleep. 6:15 p. m. Met company command er. Told him I didn't believe any Ger mans opposite. Company commander said In that case I was Just tho man he wanted, and would I go across at 9:30 p. m. and find out. C:30 p. m. Said I would think about It 0:32 p. m. Went to think about It In secluded spot. G:60 p. m. Still thinking In seclud ed spot. 6:55 p, m. Thought I. might have left unsaid remark to company com mandcr about no Germans. 7 p. m. Went to tell off patrol. 7:15 p. m. Patrol went to think It over in secluded spot (same one). 7:25 p. m. Observed with telescope four Germans In trenches opposite, Seemed to bo large, cheerfu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 March 1916

Undertaking . 19th and One of the most successful busi ness enterprises- that has been launched by the members of the race in recent years is the new undertaking and embalming es tablishment of ADKINS BROS. & GREEN occupying entire building of the Northeast corner of NINETEENTH AND VINE STS. Their furnish ings and equip ment is of the very latest mod el and their pop ularity and uni form courtesy has made their busi ness an instantane ous success. Not only have they beau tiful caskets, costing from fifty to two hundred dollars, but theyfurnishthemost elegant andsatisfac- OUR R. F. GREEN. If you want the latest and and prompt attention, call ADKINS Remember, They Are Open Day and Night I Lady Assistant if Desired A NEW, UP - TO - Establishment Vine Sts., Kansas CENTRAL LOCATION 19th and Vine embalmers of the race. And their work has won much favor able comment in tha many fun erals they have had in both Kan sas Cities. Their policy is not to attempt to force shop worn and inferio...

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