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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 April 1906

I ii" A- I" a Mr. pi i 111 THE METROPOLIS THE METHODISTS HAVE NOT ABANDONED THE BOWERY. LINGUISTS NEEDED THERE. The Zulu at Columbia WnlTfraity A Wonderful Young Mn Tha Immigrant of To-Day and Yesterday. EV YORK. The Methodlet church In New York has entered upon an Interesting enter prise. It has In vaded the Bowery. Not for the first time, of course. The denomination had In Forsythe and Wlllets streets fine old churches which were thriving Institutions all through the tough days of the Bowery, when that was the mo?t "flghtlngest" quar ter of the city. Then the Bowery was native American with the Irish next In numbers. Of late the Jews have ruled there, the Bowery is a trade street and fighting is no longer fash ionable. The two churches languished and were sold and torn down to make room for synagogues. Beneath the Wlllets street church they found hu man bones hurled three deep. These were victims of the cholera epidemic of 1832, when every road leading out of the city was crowded ...

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. — 26 April 1906

Queen Victoria's Cats. Qtiprn Victoria wn n Rr-at lovor of cat, nnil whn the court tnovuil It was ncron i.inli (l ly a regular caravan of ra:.. IYr.I:iii, Manx. Angora. Mai ee nii, taliliy cits. il! travoltvl In ftiiti' In H;irn:ir;il. (lionii Windsor tr Miii'MtiLliani fal.in nn tho raso Ir.itlit lie. One Persian eat, of which the n'n en wan partictil.-irly fr.n.l, wore unmtiil her neck n rollar. nn which npeii:eil In silvr let It m the Inscrlp tletl. "I liloti ti the tUeeti." Black Snake a Fighter. A w riter lm dcs rllieil the mnimon hlael; (ttiake a-t th" limst pniMinefoim of all the reiitlle family. "Me l al ways rraily fur a fijlit." he said, "and the man who ilnr.-ii'l understand Ms Htyle of tlhtltm will t!o well lo apolo clze I i fore tin first Mow Is struck." A latxe niimlu r of the sna!;es In tho Worcester farm are Florida rattlers eaiiBht hy Mr. Urownell vlihin the last three years. Table Manners. Many thinus are ml taught at school at the present day because they aro decla...

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. — 3 May 1906

VHP ,1 . , 4 1 r .ihi;i,iit 1,111 ' f Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME X. KANSAS CITY MO., TUESDAY, MAY 3, Uk? MTMHKJt 1 f V t a A ' - ,111 lit l-X.!LHV' u - i X ft jgCr POODLg- DOIT t PASSING OF NEGRO SERVANTS., KlTl'S RASTl'S A i!!cs! AN EXPLOSION OF FUN. EUXKST HOOAN IN HI FI S IIASTI S. "RUFUS RASTUS." At the Grand, May 6. lluvtltf mid Seiinion Imve bci'ii very sum ssfnl of late f'H''i;ill.v in tlio (lircctiim of inusiciil fiinicily production, lull tlx'.v Imve siirpiisst'd themselves with "Kufus Uastns" a teal coon show, in which they are rtarritii; Krnest Ilonn, who Is known the world over as "the unbleached American." The attraction which will be presented to the (irand audiences ilnriitK the week of .May tith differs entirely from the Hetienil run of these musical plays. Not only on account of Its cast beins of a dark had", but also for the reason that every style of trayety and frivolit...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

Bubble and Squeak By B. L. TAYLOR With m O.-m t-e u-rub- ai 1 11. t. Hi l';irie, I will liny you a parrot tn talk in when 1 iim busy, he IVrhaps It would say M'lui Miitm witiy, .in. I ih it would l i- a nice change. If : in n Ini-niakiT emit avored to lic ;i. cording to his own max im. In1 W'Hilil ce;i ;i tr t iiM.i'ii! i i i than inost men. wi i liw without .my philosophy ,.t .ill. T!.r ir.R ilia! II Is b tttr t) It all oli! man's ilarliai; II all a oiiiii; in. in s M,ie was never wntti'ii tiy a tiu'iliial man, lor sm li a man would know thit a man who is worn out phy.se illy iloesn't want a darling, hut a IiniM'. A yotiuu woinaii w mill more likely lie an old mans slave. A vouim man Is often a , ! i J' 1 ( I ' i oung woman s slave tliere is happiness in reciprocal hondace. too; and a stale i I J! I '! ! Tla ie Is this to be said for inedioi i i f y : It provides for tlnn-e dependent upon it, while g nlus s.u rilb i s all lor an idea. .1 i He - A mode .iliiiiiiiii.itii.il io She A ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

(1H THE METROPOLIS AMERICANS VERT BLOW TO v TAKE VP BALLOONING. SOME .PROBABU REASONS. How lien Trace Their Ancestry Of Soothing to the Impecunious Our Attitude Towards Maxim Gorky. EV YORK. LONG have the daring French aeronauts wondered . i the Blowncss of the American million aire to take up ballooning. Has the expected rev olution come, or Is the sport in the a 1 r "queered?" The Americans are sporty enough. Did not tlic Fairs dash themselves to death In their automobile quite in the approved fashion? Did not a group of Americans make Fome of the most daring tours In Switzerland, where the big machine ha 1 to be stopped and backed with cramped wheel at every sharp turn? Did not a Nickel Date sport run down a baby in Italy? Was not Mr. Tiould and his party assailed by peasants for scorching? Ballooning is no more dangerous. But there are other considerations. The death of Paul Nocquet was not one of them. In this matter danger scarcely counts. It all depends upon whether the "righ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

THE HISIXW SOY UVIS WOODS Bufiinwj Mtuurar. Fubltshed Kery Week RISING SON FUBLISHINGCO rSCBSCKMTlON KATES: fm0 Tr . B M m?t mom i u i f lr mmitn 4t) On BuBtk u trtctlr pulil In dnr latere at Vu Pot Offlr i Kita Oitj, u 5x.d CUs Matter. Oorrtwpondeot wanted 1o etery city aaa town lu this mate. Write us. All btw9 matter intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tutfilay, i f each week and nun be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, 1FFICIi-Mo. 117 West 8ltl. St., Kinm City, Mo. -- mmmm m Advertising Hntut, fot mfb. on Innertloo I M Fur out inch, cti h uhnriurot Insertion .'At for two lirkn, thn- miinin lug F jf two lioiif, ; i month t no for two Inohs. nln rounth lots) atalnrbv9 t.tlva u.uuiht nop OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RfrST. Vhe paid circulation of Tin; Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Th.' -j. 1 p. 1 1 1 .1...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleaxe It's the llltlo bits we collect here nnd there fiat enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. .Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West Cth street. You can secure a supply of Ozona by culling on The Rising Son. Prof. J. W. Liuldwln returned home from Excelsior Springs last Sunday morning. McCamphell & Houston, the enter prislm; druggists, are doing a nice business. If you have any news the Son will appreciate it If you will send it in here Tuesday of each week. Wallace A. I.ove has been mentioned In connection with the state chair manship of the Republican party. The record of Mr. joe as party man ager locally has been very successful. It is likely, however, that there will be a lively contest ' for the honor which te friends of Mr. Love desire that he shall secure. A womnn should remember, above all else, that her greatest asset is character. No matter what her per sonal attractiveness, her ability...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

THE "MOP" AND THE PUP By JOSEPH KOCHELI Authi'f ol " 1 he Jviht to Live,1' Etc.) O v ) i itf 1A, I' J.im-. u 1. lkM cl TI:c tiny rays of st : n I ! lt ht lilt' ntig through crevices of di cuying lumber Illuminated with n sii;i!-i r gleni'i th. i- pint, m isty sp;i v ii'i l.'i :n atti Dock of tin' gro.it Sir. tli n cr. Creeping thing.-, l.ild lilts 1111,1 till' ! I im!. overran t !i place hi r.nr.' :-i .ii.?!i'. 1 'tijn tii.'iit nt' ; ti ri in 1 Mir .ii'litics; h,it li'iriiu til'' r.lsht j'ist P.1--0I, tin ir str: 1 ut sipi.al a. l.usliii!, etui t In l:al seurrii d aeros. corners witli u ni li nl tear, their pi lit't.'.l, ug!y snouts ijui ring with t'li- ill-. ;i !.! sci nt of i; a arch enemy. v. hi) l .i ! t.iivi'ii pus I'm' though il.m tli-' sipialid space, -.1 Ml. an. I foi ld l.lim: It nevertheless shelter and re- m i vt ,1 as a wi Iconic til lit f"f t .VI), IMUpIl 1 In misery a Man. I- tv "Mop i a i i niitcast. f .isi!iv Jnt. Simmon.; lrvwti l.y tail poiieo a the a la.m "w i:.i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

WAS WEAK AND DIZZY Dr. Williams' Pink Pill Restored th Patient to Perfect Health And Strength. Mm. Mary Gagner, of No. 670 South Bummer street, Holyoke, Mass., has passed through an esperience which f troves thnt some nf the greatest bless lifts of life may lio withiu easy reuch ami yet be found only by mere chntice. A few years ago while sho was employed in the mills she was suddenly seized with dizziness and great weakness. " I was so weak nt times," she says, "thnt I could hardly stand, and my head be came so dizzy that it seemed as if the floor was moving around. " My condition at Inst became so hnd that I was obliged to give up work in the mill, and later still I became so feebly that I could not even attend to me household duties. After the slightest exertion I had to lie down and rest until I regained strength. 'A friend who had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Fain People urged ine to try them. I bought a bos and began to take them. The benefit was so positive and sonnicklv...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 May 1906

Queen Victoria' Cats. Qurrn Victoria wan a erca' lover of C.it. and win :i the ;:! iriledil wart ivi n: r t .1 Li .i r .vi: ir caravan nf c.i's 1 r-!.i:i. V: -ti --o :il". i .M' :!-. . -.i. It.r : ,: i r La- ,iit:t.h.'ii . ' - I.imiit !..- (: . IV". . : !! . :i u..a ; :: . 1 ,ii -. : !: v.- ' :i i i .v. ;-. ! ir. ,: v. - ' ; r. I ! : -i :l.i. w CJi -ck S-.V.- e .i F f-o-.. Mil. i r.ivclf I In :. Windsor -t tic C.li1 .,'. id -.illicit . I. : H'l llhicll ! . in.-.-; i i - ( - i . t i ri II- : i'- , : -.:n 1 --. ;.l ! - in 'l:i ; i-' i. r-t t:.. la.-t C V V- frj. A I !.y !:-: r- i -i - ;- ' i: .;!-! 1 '. t 1..- . i i .-! ! ' i' i -'i - ' ! !.:; " : ', :- -it ;: ' I .: . - r Scots :f Oat-rao. - , .- i..;- ,. if.. --I i . it.tpu a- . of an oT.l ; ; . ' i M i iiiuni m :. . I".. v. .,;-. ii;i ar n- C , ; -, ! . i.ll 1 :!.:ti.l hi . i . iii.-!ii ! I '. : ,, i i., ( . ;! 1 1 I 1 -'a'. 1 Better Education for Girts. The greatest proMi-tn of education unsolved today n tales to elrls. Here tofor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 May 1906

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. 8ENATOR The People are Proud of LECTURE OF BOOKER T. WASH INGTON. Advice, of the Great Leader of Much Value to His Race. If the NegroeB, as a whole, would accept the doctrine and advice of Booker T. Washington, great good would necessarily result. An audience of fully 5,000 Negroes greeted Dr. Hooker T. Washington in the Convention hall on Friday night of last week. The meeting was called to order by Bishop Grant. Prof. T. W. Vernon of the Quindaro Univer sity In introducing the speaker to the audience paid him a high tri bute for the great work which he has accomplished in Tuskegee, the Influence of which has Indirectly ben efitted the entire Negro race of the United States. Among other things the great educator advises his peo ple to become producers court re sponsibility, learn trades, save your money, start a bank account, buy land and become producers. "We are the only people In Amer ica today who were invited to come," he said. ...

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. — 10 May 1906

TO THE SCHOOLGIRLS GIVE THE UNPOPULAR TEACHES A CHANCE. 6t!iool-iil Often Prejudice Thr.n selves Unreasonably Against n Teicher The Native Diffidence iiiul Shyness cf Some Teachers M.ike Thorn Appear Stiff und Stern Unprepossessing- Teachers Oftt'n Heioines Onls Have a Way of Worshiping the Tenther with the Lovely Eyes Chnmi Is Capital Give a New Tc.-ul.er Your Conti dcr.ee. ! Y MAIMAIll'.T i:. H.Ni!.TI-:H. Two i rm'.i; In .nis win! iit'iu together M. I tin . I!l- Al they llilllie I tl.i- l.il page S'ls.ui baikcd ;it I 't ti 1 i.li I Si: hci. 1 I hi !." .-In' s;ilil. "tli.it Is elided, j V i '..' it. Hi- tn-tiiorrnw to lii'.ir Ml.-)-. 1 M, ; M l tin !! in M wi "U will m'O lis 1 1:1 M,-s 1! s t i is.-ronlll. mi l vn.11:-I I y to L- ill 1 iiit-- - !'ir in-mi lis-. Kii-iy J . :.i vw 1 h.i- cv.r lii in ivrli Mi-s I', i ,.: Iv I' 1'. - In 1 11. 1-: I."!- 1 I 1 1., y tn iy -1 Hi' Hi" 1 I 1- . 1 1 ; 1 : -s -li happens t-i p. t -. She has pet", .l i a :iv : hum. but t li ' t .if" a : ways l...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 May 1906

5mm v lvr-. r JACKSON'S BIC CAPTURE. Bow Stonewall's Cavalry Took Manas sas and the Soldiers Divided the Rich Plunder. Allen C. Kedwood, the artist, was "With Jacksona Foot Cavalry at the Second Manassas," and from his ac count In the Century we quote as follows: "All this time we had the vaguest notions as to our objective; at first we had expected to strike the enemy's right Hunk, but as the march prolonged Itself a theory obtained It eelf that we were going to the valley. But we threaded Thoroughfare (Jap, beading eastward, and in the morning of the third day (August 27) struck a railroad running north and south- Pope's line of communication and sup ply. ' Manassas was ours! "What a prize it was! Here were long warehouses full of stores; cars loaded with boxes ot new clothing en route to Gen. Pope, but destined to adorn the 'barks of his enemies;' camps, sutlers' shops "no eating up1 of good things. In view of the abun dance it was no easy matter to deter mine what we should eat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 May 1906

THE RISING SON. UTIB W00D8, BtunnsM Maaagw. Published Ktery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO trSCBSCHllTION RATES: fm Tf In rnitia fhroe iDiiiitni momUt U wtetly paid In tdT.no f atorvd at tw Tout Oifir J faiw Otty, M Stomd CUu Matter. Correspondents wanted In every city 4 town in thin state. Write us. AH news m utter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tutelar, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. )FFIOIt-No. 117 West 8lxtt. St., Kansas City, Mo. ! hi p i Advertising Rntat, for oa. Ih, 00. tn.artlnn I N of on Inch, e.ch .utirju.t in.ertloo .U or two laches, three nontb t ut f or two lcli, all moolli 100 for t wo lnch, oltio month 10 00 ortwalnebM twelve, month 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE REST. Yhe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Tli Smi Is gratified to lea...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 May 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please If. tne little bit. we collect here and there tSat enables us to run from year to yeiir." LOCALS. Kice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West Ctb street. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The RlBlng Son. A reputation smirched Is the hard est thing to clean In this world. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Edwards have moved out on their farm. Ed Henderson of Kansas City, Kas., Is very sick. W. B. Sherall of 925 McGee St, Is very sick from a Bhnt he received a week ago in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Leaven worth. Kan., visited Mrs. Tolbert at 1125 Cherry street last Sunday. Rafert Motts of Chicago was in the city Thursday on business. Ho has one of the finest play hoimes in the county for negroes and Is a high class man of his kind. James Reynolds of this city, at one time connected with the Son, is at the Baltimore, doing well and looking fine. We hope to see some of the other boys follow in James' footsteps....

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. — 10 May 1906

w:;at happened at starkenfels Br 1AFACL SABATIM (c'epyrlght, l.y Joseph It. IJowlcs.) Who is there thiit has n.'t heard of the beauty nf ili,. princess Yola? And wfc, that has heard will haw difficulty la ! ,;!. itig tint i! war to my heart, iitid u.'t to my ambitious, that I fell a let i:n ? For month I worshipped her from nf.ir. as pious ones w irsiilp n saint l-'.-:"tit:y, ec-t ifii- I'ly. Despairing, '. was my love dT h-r. realizing that while s!i' wis heiress to thy t!ir--tu .f I.i, Ir.'titfin. 1 was Imt om i'f 'Mi' ty.:r,..r site!li:es of t li court. My pi in ess ,i chosen by the s'.f.s.i Sa hse;ibe:g and t.ichtcnsteln t !.,.i-n,. !,. wi,,. . f Kins ll-iiirlch f ."m. I.s.-i-.b.-rg Yw were tin-re at I t!i" Court ( Va la.: that were nut i Tiy to ttiis, ;,t, i few whom the pttiu.ss- tl.it r. ftis.il to etit.T In'o the :i;:i.t!i. no- fill with const. nia- tiu. S!ie h i-! never hi n the king of tvi- l. til'eri;. . i r i -1 she op- hly v-.w. d tin' .!.. I'l'ii-r wished to see him; t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 May 1906

UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PC-RU-NA. Eassasasasasaggsasasasaass) rj U'OCIHIUI In DUllCla IS HsSE5HSE5HSSSHSESdSE5HS5Eil Dysfiefsia Is Often Causni fiy Catarrh of the Stomach 'crtitta 77Vrvs Ca tarrh of the Stomach and Is Therefore a Jiemedy For Dysfefsia, Hon. M. C. ButltT, E.-U. S. Son t ator from iSouth Carolina lor two i terms, in a letter from Wnshiiiptnn. D. C, writes to the l'erunu Medicine ' Co., as follows : 'I can recommend Peruna for 1 dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I ' have been using your medicine or a short period and I feel very much relieved. It Is indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic. " CATARRH of the Ktomtuh Is the cor rect name for most chsok of dyspep sia. Inonlertocureeaturrh'of the stomach the catarrh must be eradicated. Only an internal eatarrh remedy, Bui-li iis I'erona. is availnMe. 1'eruna exactly meets the indications. Revised Formula. "For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends, u...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 May 1906

Queen Victoria1 Cits. Q'i'-i n Virtnri.i a tru! lovor of ra's, nit! win n 1 1n- !; n-- 1 it ph iiccctri'nt'.ii'cl ly ,i i.'il.ir -;ir;;m of c.i-s !'i -r.-l.iii. Vi.iix Ani:"-.l. Mil! -i' ,i ,'! i ,i i - ;i '. I r;i ,-!. I In sr .i . n .,!. o .: Wimlxtr it l-. kitivti ..:i :M Mi" r.i-ti 1 IV- -..mi i i f lilrll tin- .j:-. . n u ;.! '!( i.l , : ly ( -n.l. w . im ini'iu I !n r ! i '. ;i "1 tin !l ; i i ,r i 1 ;n -i A - r :.! i t...n. I I ! itl-i ! 1 I' I- " Black Sn.ike a Fighter. A wriit-r lia i!oi-r !..-! n'Pinnin ! lll ii MI.'lUo n tl'" ll ii-l ) -I 'IMriillH of nil tin- f -T I i T . f.m.Cy. "Ilr i jii r. inly for ,i t'uhi." Ii ! ii.. iiii'l tin tiuin wlio ilni n'r tiiid i;.ind l-.U !.- nf liulitiiii; w 1 1 i!n m-1I !" ;p.ilo-ul,-.' 1m f.iii' tin. Iii: l.l.iw i-i struck." A I a r i; n n tn t r nf tlir stiiim n In tho Wnrn s'.t fiiitn iivi' riot l.l.i ratiltr cji'iulit l.y .Mr. Hruwiu ll vl'liin the Uist tlirco y. ars. Tabic Manner. M.ir.y tliitr.:-: arc !ni 'auulit at sclmot the juc...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 May 1906

J It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The recital by Clarence Cameron White on the 14tb, Inst., represents an other of the various Instructive and entertaining evenings provided by the energy and forethought of President B. T. Allen for the benefit of the students of the institution. In addi tion to an excellent lecture course they have been able to listen this year to three of the best violinists the race has produced, in Joseph Doug lass, E. S. Weir and Clarence White. Miss Pigeon, Department of Instru mental Music, accompanied Mr. White in her usual brilliant and classic man ner; and, as In St Louis, where by special invitation she went to accom pany Mr. White, during his recital in that city, covered herself and Lin coln Institute with glory. Miss Carrie Carney, a superb vocal ist, Miss Pansy Phelps of St Joseph, violinist, and Misses Cassle Jones and Nellie Akers, as pianists, ably assisted Mr. White and demonstrated that Lincoln Institute'...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 May 1906

181 GUARDED LINCOLN'S BODY. W. W. Durgln Clninis Peculinr Honors in Connection with Last Bite Over Martyred Piesident. Says W. W. Diirgin, of Stoncham, Mi-.: "I was the first orderly detailed to act as bearer at TreMilent Lin coin's funeral. C. V. P. IieWlrt wai asked to detail pome one for the serv ice and he stlccted your humblo serv ant. "I sat one man this side of Clen. Or.int. Pon t r member who that of fleer was. lien. Howard, (Jen. Han I'oek and Gen. Hooker were there teg. tht r. " Aftir the funeral I was ordered to eo on that in lam-holy Journey with V. . M'KUIN. the remains of the mnrtyred president to their la.t resting jdnce. "There were 23 orderly sergeants, Cat. Conihy and two lieutenants. From Washington we went to Mary- laiitl. where the remains lay In state for four hours. Then we went to liar rlsburg, Philadelphia, New York eity, Albany, Iluff.ilo. Cleveland, Columlius, Indianapolis, Chicago and Springfield, III. "I was one of the eight who car ried I.lnroln's body ...

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