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It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any other Paper In the State.
KANSAS CITY MO.. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1SI03.
Rev. It. Young had Ills rally at St.
oJhns M. E. church Sunday. It was in
every awy a success. The amount
raised waa $2.70. Another rally Is set
for the fourth Sunday in June, at
which time he expects all his friends
Mrs. Jane Partere went to Kansas
City on business Saturday and re
turned home Monday.
Mrs. Rosa 1ce and daughter left on
the 6 o'clock train for St. Ixiuls, Mo.,
where she expects to make It her home,
Robert Gilbert. M. Hooks and A.
Hawkins spent Sunday In Independ
ence. Mrs Henry Colley and Miss Henriet
ta Hayilen spent Sunday here.
Mrs. Mollle Carter was called to
Higginsvllle Saturday on account of
Miss Mamie Kaw kins ot Kansas City.
Mo., Is here visiting her mother, Tvl is.
Hev. C. C. Ca'Ihoun will have hlr
baptizing Sunday at tho May Flower
Rapt 1st church.
Mrs. Jenny Freeman was elected to
a term at the Elccetorlal college at
Jefferson City, Mo., which was held on
Mrs. Km ma Caves Is on the sick list,
but she Fill up Saturday for the som
eve Hope Her a Speedy Recover.
Mrs. Mamie Rogers of Independence
spent a day with Mrs. Olether Saun
ders and rVturned home Saturday even
ing. Rev. Housely was here Saturday
shaking hands with his old friends.
We would like for our subscribers to
pay up. I hate to keep asking, but
if 1 don't you won't pay.
WOODS AND BEECHAM WON
FIRST AND SECOND PRIZES.
The Executive Committee of the
Auxiliary department gave an enter
tainment last Thursday night at 202
Kast Missouri ave. All the M. K. Q. s
of Kansas City had entered the con
test.. Rut Dtr. Gcorgle A. Woods, hav
ing begged $25.40, wns awarded ths
first prize, a pure gold Royal Palace
emblem or pin: Dir. Minnie Reecham.
having begged $21.20, was awarded sec
ond prize, an emblem of the Council
department, also pure gold. The em
blems are valued at $S and $12 re
spectively. All the vice-queens, also,
were In a ticket contest Dtr. Fan
nie Robinson winning first prize of
$200 cash, and Dtr. Ellen Arston sec
ond prize, $150 cosh. . There were
hundred dollars realized at that enter
tainment. Prof. Harry R. Graham and
Col. T. R. J. Robinson are highly elat
ed over the success.
ISN'T IT DISTINCTLY ODDT
That a boat Instead of a wagon la
used by the rural free delivery mail
carrier at New Suffolk, I I.?
Tho route lies Clung tho shorc3 of
a small protected bay.
That a man should want to pass all
bis time standing on his head?
The mnn in question Is an Inmate
ot a Vienna asylum and requires con
stant watching lest be Injure himself
by the practice.
That the Rcrlln police have Issued
an order forbidding public houses to
sell "cold drinks" below a certain tem
perature? They have concluded that such
drinks are bad for one's digestion.
That a letter mailed from Yankton,
S. D-. in the August of 1883 should
Just have been returned to Its writer?
The letter followed the man to
whom It was addressed for several
years; passed a few more In a hotel
clerk's safe, and at last started on an
other tour after the man who bad
That a clock which strikes thirteen
should be used In tho Rridgowater
Trustees' extensive collieries, Lanca
The employes complained that they
were late returning from lunch be
cause they did not hear the old clock
That hundreds of horses and thou
sands of rattle in the Hawaiian Is
lands never take a drink ot water?
MAJOR WILLIAM WARNER. CHAM
PION OP THE RIGHTS OF MAN.
Among the sterling qualities consti
tuting the make-up of MaJ. Win. War
ner Is one In which the colored man Is
vitally Interested, namely "The rights
of man." Now and then Is recalled
the very eloquent plew which the Major
made in the Interest of the colored race
In his address before the Grand Army
encampment at Detroit. In part ho
said: "To-day the Grand Army of tho
State of Missouri Is an organization
for Its age, second t6 hone of the de
partments of the Grand Army of the
Republic. We inarch there with out
colored posts In that state. When
these black men or white men or what
ever color or nationality they may
have been shouldered the musket In
the defence of the I'nion, It was not
a question of etiquette. It was a ques
tion of patriotism and loyalty. Irt mo
say to my brave comrades of the south
that are enduring insult because of the
colored posts, that during the fioroo
stfugglo from IStil to lSt;r. If you lay
wounded. If you were surrounded by
the enemy as thick as a swarm of
bees, at any moment you were liable to
see a black favo crawling up to you
and when he came you knew he was
your friend. Yes, tho color of his
skin was his shibboleth and his pass
word to loyalty. He went to the field
and fought for the flag of the country,
a flag that never" tip to that time bad
protected him In anything but bond
age. It has been my determination to
recognize as a comrade the equal
rights of every man no matter what
his color or nationality provided he
lias two qualifications: Service and
an honorable discharge. Therein may
be seen that In the very nature of this
grand old hero lay that deep sense of
justice and fairness characteristic only
of men who believe In the brotherhood
of man and the fartherhood of God.
FIFTH EPISCOPAL DISTRICT OFj
A. M. E. CONFERENCE.
Matters In connection with the Fifth
Episcopal District of the A. M. K. Con
ference, under the leadership of Bishop
C. T. Shaffer, have not been running
smoothly for the past several years, In
fact, adverse criticism among and on
the part of the people of that connec
tion. Is becoming the topic ot the day,
wild especially Is the fact noticeable iu
Kansas City, Mo,
Following the establishment of the
A. M. K. connection, many of the
prenchers who were selected to fill tho
pulpits In Kansas City, and w ho dem
onstrated to the public their peculiar
ability, strong character and Individ
ual uprightness, though apprised .if
their general satisfaction, hwve been
removed to other charges nt a critical
period, a time when they were most
needed. In some Instances the con
ference has been conducted under a
policy smattering of Individual prefer
ence, thus giving the complexion that
an Individual Is bigger than the great
Miss Lena Mngalcit Itlakey. the fam
oqr colored authoress will, it is said,
go to Nashville, Tenn., In Juno as a
special press representative. Her mis
sion will he to write up the commence
ments for wlhrh Nashville universities
are noted. Freeman.
I Mr. Wiley Jones, a colored resident
of the Indian Territory. Is rated at
$C5,Oi'. all acquired by his own thrift.
' He is said never to have attended
school Colored American.
Tli" "Colored National Emigration
rnd Commercial Association" will meet
'June '.H!i. VMM in Montgomery. Ala.
I W. . Seymour. "Rlack llooth." wlu
has had vast experience iu the the
atrical world, is the promoter 1111. 1 man
ager of the Seymour A.- lia-ris Af.o-
Anir: an Theatrical Co.. now being
Incorporated under the laws of South
Dakota. This will be one of the strong
est organizations in America, man
aged and enacted by colored people,
ami it will appear In St. Unils at the
1 Weil l's Fair as a special f "attire of the
heart goes out to the
iu this sad hour.
Prof. Williams, principal of one of
the Kansas City schools, together w ith
his w ife, also Mr. John Rowe an I wife
of Kansas City were here last Tues- 1
day attending the ftiuetal of their
Miss Mvra Rountrre was called to
Warrenshnrg last work on account of 1
the death of a relative. j
The Culnea-Witch Hand will make
lis first appearance at the A. M K. 1
church Thursday May 21 si. Don't misa '
bereaved family , CLEANINGS FROM
The opinion Prevails that when a
man makes a good general, can or
ganize his fort and hold It. he is
worthy of serious condlseratlon and
we question the wisdom of changing
him for the other fellow when It Is
far more feasible and to the Interest
of the church that he should be re
tained Tle condition is tar 'rom be
ing satisfactory. The thrift and pro
press of the church, especially iu Kan
sas City. Is being retarded, decreasing
Instead of Increasing. The Ebenezer,
Allen chapel and St. John churches are
fair examples of the situation. The
1 eople appeal to the llishop to sen I
men here who are good managers nnd
financiers, the competition is so strong
that we must have them.
Negro exhibits. It will present 11 $10.-
000 production or Mr. A. I.. Harris'
great Negro drama. "The Prince of
Hapti ." Freeman.
The Topeka Industrial Institute has
been favored by Mr. Hale Waggoner,
of Atchison. Kans., who will give an
nually a gold medal to the young man
Jh ' successful lu wlnniug first hou
ors ill a declamatory contest.
Tho Enterprise Investment Company
is a new candidate for race patronage
in Portland. Oregon. It Is raplf ilhred
tit $in.oio and Is incorporated under
the State laws. Its officer-, are some
of the most progressive race lenders of
inland. .1. C. liOgan Is president.
nnd Wnl'er 1'lumun r secretary. Col
No Harm In Moderate Smoking.
The London 1 r.ncct nays that "thera
is no reason for believing, that, smok
ing tobacco in a rational way Is pro
ductive of harm."
Immense Sum for Battleships.
1 The naval expenditure of Great Hrit
' aln this year Is to be $172.:s7,!00. an
Increase of $U'i.oo.uoo over last )oar.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
Fat women show no
women and vice versa.
mercy to thin
a woman who
but she wasn't
A girl never gets tired of having a
man chase after her who gcta tired ot
It now and then himself.
You never find a woman who knows
how to make a handsome doylio wast
lug her time on lecturing before wool
en 'a lights societies.
Tho things that a woman eats be
cause tVy are pood for the complex
ion are as numerous as tho things a
man does not eat because they dottt
go well with drinking New York
Eggs a Universal Food.
Eggs constitute the most universal
human food of animal origin.
Step Lively, Please.
Having opened nt great expense a
new stock exchange containing anions
other things incandescent and iS
arc lights and a refrigerating plant
consuming 4,".n tons of Ice a day. the
public Is now requested without
further notice to step up ami help pay
for this monument to the cttv s meat
ness. New York Evening Tclcgiam
War Balloons In Little Danger.
The difficulty in damaging a war
balloon in mldiitr was recently shown
by tests made in Austria. The exper
imenters anchored a balloon at a
height of ".win feet and had gunners
who had not been given the dislauci
try to disable It. H required twenty
two shots to find the range, even up
proximal! ly. and not until the sixty
fourth loticd wa the balloon hit. U
then sustained hut a slight teat
which caused it to descend slowly.
Much Ancient Literature Found.
The researches of the last few
years have furnished us with the lost
Constitution of Aristotle, fragments
of Sappho. Isocrntes and Hyperidcs.
$1 25 Round Trip $1.23
SIND.VY. JCNB 14th.
Grand Outing Raseball Rand Con
certs Beautiful Parks and Picnic
Valuable Australian Timber.
Kauri wood lasts perfectly under
ground lor twenty five years. Jarrah
another Australian tun her, has been
tested for Unity three yxurs beneath
the sea. and found sound ut the eud
ot thai time
Mitsionary Killed by Tiger.
The Rev. Father (ilader. a Catholic
missionary priest. was rucenlly killed
and partly eaten bv a tiger near Some
8wa, lu Penpal, where the reverend
gciitloman was stationed.
The sons of Allen were entertained
by Mr. William Rice and ("has. Fra.ier
Wednesday night at the parsonage.
The daughters of Allen were ctilci -
tallied by Mrs. Amies Johns 111 last
I The stewardess met III the chilli h I
Wednesday afternoon. They al-o gave!
a pink tea on Fiiday evening. I
The loyal Legion Is holding
meetings in the lecture room of
hutch Wednesday afternoons for
iins"iit. Different members s 1 e
frcshtucuts to the club each afternoon
j and a pleasant lime is always assured.
The members of the various clus lire
invited to attend each week.
The young people's bible study cavil
Sunday evening nt !:"' in ih Chri.s
; lian Endeavor Socle'y.
I IJiiarlerly meting will
Sunday in May. Every
peeled to get straightened
class lea. let- by thai time,
ards department desires
record this quarter.
hae nine inw trustees We
they will work together for lli
nf our church as did the old
I'hev were all good and l.iith-
be the last
one Is cx
tip with 111!
t. make a
GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Located ill rear of Independence and
Tracy axeiiues, Kansas City, Mo.
Sunday si hool opened at its usu.i'l
hour P.;!0. superiuti ndetit U-ing ab
s.'tn, lte. K. M. Wilson, pastor, opened
the scribes. lesson taught by teach
errs, which was cry timely. Explan
ation from Cluster leaf by pastor,
which yytis plain, instructive and ex
At li o'clock piaise meeting. As
this was the second Sunday in tho
mouth. Choir entered box, and at.
tne In best of the pastor, peeled forth
ill sweet sltalns, "Oh. How lowly Is
t or.trcuat ion tea l fifty -third chap
tcr o: sa. led by palter. Song by
i onur 'gal ion Pi.iyer by pastor.
Choir sang "Jesus kiep me mar the
rro-- 1 lie pi ai.-o set v ice was veiy
sin rglhetiinc. and as the Christians
evpefssi'd the sentiments of their
-hearts, it seined as if no human vole
' could vvhispi r words of peavv and coiu
; fort more strikingly than they.
While choir sang doois of the church
! were opelli d for the reception of tlletll-
I her.-, and one, Mrs. Elena Van. of lol.i.
Kan., lame forward, and became 1
watchcare number of the church. 111
't,l her letter could be obtained. While
collection was being taken, choir sang
"Nearer My Cod to Thee." "Sweetly In
Music Swelling." After collection hon
s;.-ng "tiod He Willi You." Dismission.
' At 2 deacons union met and they
'had a splendid set v ice. Front their
'talks their motto was "All true great -I
ness. strength and consistency of char
acter in 111. 111. all honor, success and
joy in life must be founded Upon
fait h in God "
THE PRINCESSES OF JERUSALEM
At the grand opening of the lllue
Itihhon club last Saturday- night at
Hod Carriers' Hall, corner of Eigh-
"tith and Flora avenue, a prize of
u.no and V ' was offered for any
. companies who desired to com
pete. Oriental t amp No. 1. Knights
I' Jerusalem, ami Gordon's Princesses
if Jerusalem, entered tbe contest. Capt.
letry Wickliffe commanded oriental
atnp, and Judgesn r.nslthsVa"Etaoao
amp, and Col. T. I ten ton J. Kohinsoa
'ommniided Gordon's Princesses. Tli--
judges decided that the ladies won by
long odds, and Mr. W. E. Randolph
presented Capt. Nannie Reid with first
prize, and Capt. J. Wickliffe with s 00
Rev. J. S. Clark of the M. E. ihitn ii
has returned from Topeka, Kans.
Rev. Taylor, the evangelist, is home
r a short stay, lie reports his work
The Sensation of Laughter.
bis hook o;i laughter Janieg
says; "There Is In laughter,
the first ejaculation,
biting sensation or
melancholy pain," and, again.
laughable ppoctadrt commonly
shows 11s In the background something
as being In a most excellent condition.
Prof. W. T. Vernon of Western I'ui
Mtslty a-itd Key. II. II. Triplet! were
pleasant callers in Independence S1111
diy. The professor is busily engaged
in preparing for his commencement.
Mr. Miles Washington of l,eington.
vt 1.. was the guest of Rev. and Mrs.
Miss l.utie o.lhuson. one of our most
-teemalile young women, died last
T icsday after a long llltns. She was
taken to Hoonville Thursday and I11
'rred at that place. We tender our
sympathy to the bereaved mother.
The Musical concert given by Mm".
Lucas of Kansas City, Kan., a-nd Miss
i;reen of Kansas City, Mo, assisted
by som of the best local talent, was
highly appreciated by the splendid an
dience present. Mine. Lucas is a vn
.alist of rare ability and easily sus
' ains the tilte as" "The Nightingale of
I the 2nth Cenulry." Prof. Iowls" ren
' '. tions on the piano were much cn
1 We nre clad to welcome homo again
i Misses Fannie Griggs and Annie "oug
I 1 is. who have been attending college
i a' Wilborforeo, Ohio.
I Mr. Thomas II. Robinson, the only
I son of Mrs. Croshia Conner, departed
Cii llfi Sun, hi v Mm- 10. after n brief
something j ;.iness of three days. He was a young
Boinolhlug : ljn f excellent parts, polite, courte-
o is. and noted for his devotion 10 his
mother. His funeral services were
held at the A. M. E. church Tuesday,
llecv. J. C. Caldwell officiating. Our
fill men and did nil they could Of
ionise, some of them have served IH
for lite pas ten or fifteen years, yet
they are Hew, thai is newly elected
We hope the members of lie- choir
will not begin lit drop out. All their
volci s are needed to make the nnisie
ling The new tenor voice Is ipiite an
addition on that side of the organ.
His voice sounds excellent in the olili
gatu parts of "Consider tho I. lilies."
the selection the choir sung Sunday
Services were well attended Sunday
i.'iid a number of visitors from out of
the city as well a from neighboring
churches were present. Our services
are forced 111 begin late on account of
lhi congregation gathering so slowly.
: It must be discouraging to preach
j while people are marching In doors
I to be seated near the altar. Why can't
! we go to church at II o'clock.
Dr Scott spent a few days in Jef-
f-r-otl City this week.
The entertainment fur the benefit of
. (he old folk's home was announced a,t
both servlos and all should do what
they can to assist in this worthy
held by I
It Y I
1 communion services we;e
a-tor Key I-:. M Wilson, a--Key
Drunks and Key. II. C.
I '. open. ,1 at
Lesson. ' W hat
ai chans teach
its usua'l hour.
L. Lewis pro
lines the pa fa
ns" Luke P.i.
ACOOD HOUSEKEEPER WILL NOT
Waste the stun h.
Ncgb cl tea arid coftee p:s
Tl.row away t'ie stale bread.
I.eaV'1 h.-r spic 's uncovered,
l eave the roMs-oraior lid open.
Spill lice and umar in the handling.
brushes on the
Stand hor brooms mi the
stead of hanging them up
Allow the kettle to boil
thou Jill it with cold water
il ry and
Case of Jar.
la China a Jar placed on the roof of
a house with the bottom end toward
the street Indicates that tho daughter
of the housa Is not yet of age to marry.
As soon as sho has developed Into a
marriageable maiden the Jiir Is turned
with Its mouth toward the street.
When the young lady get married tho
Jar li removed altogether Wouldn't
that Jar you?
I in which was discussed by
of the of ganiat ion.
S riiuin by pastor. Tixt. Acts 2-1: II
" nd Hie night following the lord
stood by bini and said, 'lie of good
chect. Paul, for as Hutu has testi
fied of me lu Jerusalem, so must thou
hear witness also a1 Rome.
Subject. "A good soldier finds help
lu the time of ti.s-d. The pastor r -marked
that no book that has been
written, or mi talk has been equally
effective as Hie gospel of the Son of
(iod. Nothing Is to be eqaul to or
compared vvllli the gosh . And if yM
know your relation you can sustain
satii" First learn where yon stand
your va'lue, and then execute the office
yon 01 ciipy. know the will of God an I
Moors of chun h were opened for re
ception of members. General rollec
t ion J-11 I lisniisslon.
We are looking forward to the 1-t
Sunday lu June w lien we will have
,1 rni:our$pl'.ilili.li ."inCshi dlucnifwv phi
L'toiind breaking The Knights of
IMIilas will hold their annua! session
nt the Second Baptist chunh. Ten'1!
and Chail itte streets on Sunday. May
17th I!'".:. I!ev E M Wibon. our
pastor, has been s, lil ted to pn a. u
t heir ,-.-11 tn la! sermon
P C. C M S W. 11. Ow
Grand Marshal.... G C. F. L. Lewis
Deputy las. Eckels. P. C.
Chait man Mrs G. Ram i
Tiny have an cxcillent program m
The Young peoples' Progressive Lit
erary club, elected officers and M".
Gertrude McDonald as president li'
Thursday was the first meeting undev
the new president and a niee 1 row I
of young pisiple were out. ;nid thing
were mate interesting than they had
lieeii for several mouths, look out for
the future. G. W. M
India's Men N eedtewiOrkers.
Amen-. ins lit I he Dm bar Were a
tonl.lied to ill,. I that Ho- most expert
nwedlu wnr lo t s ot the East are all
men. 'Iln v an re-poiistde for the
exquisite eiiilo oiiler 11 iu bullion, silk
and linen thnad that come from In
dia. They do not embroider upon
a-stamped pattern, but work . free hand
fashion, from a design ui ranged before
theui ai a model.