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It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son
MISS EMMA BROWN ON NEW
"Man once looked up to woman an.l
regarded her as his superior, but In
lier great tlesi.e to be equal with man
and to experience the sensation public
honor and leadership bring, for wom
lia's two greatest weaknesses, and her
love of fluttery and her desire to know
all things and to explore and fine out
the 'why' of everything, these desires
have lowered her In man's estimation
and now la her time to get back upon
the thone and reign queen In the home
or wherever the Dispenser of all Good
Khali dcsyn her to be. She should
arise, eo forward, ascending at every
step, till she reaches her (lod, for she
is man's glory and he will come to her.
She should aim to he a true woman.
Mont-hearted and brave. He one of
I'.ie brightest of gifts (iod ever gave.
He a woman of smiles not a woman
of tears. Be u! 'woman of hope, not
a woman of fears. Be a woman of joy
when sorrow assails. He a help, not a
clog, when, misfortunes prevail. Never
mind If mistakes your life's path
should thrqng; never mind a few Jolts
as you Journey along. Ho true to your
self and be trOe to your God. Be a
home joy, a so'.ace, the best that you
"Oh, ho what God made you, a help
mate to man."
Trade with Switzerland.
Five countries sold inore goods to
the Swiss In 1902 than the United
States Germany, France, Italy. Aus
tria (frontier countries) and Russia.
The grain and petroleum of the latter
country enabled her to Biipplant the
United States as the fifth turnl.sher of
goods to this republic. Hut as a mar
ket for Swiss goods the far-off country
holds the rank or fourth among the
nations of the earth.
Booker "I see a western Shake
spearean scholar has revived that old
discussion about Bacon. What do you
think about It?'.
Rooder "Well, all I know Is that
we have to pay eighteen cents a
pound now for the Btuff we used to
get for twelve."
Care of the Razor.
A razor is a saw, not a knife, and
It works like a saw, not like a knife.
Under the microscope Its edge Is seen
to nnvo innumerable fine saw teeth.
When these teeth are clogged with
dirt honing and stropping will do no
good. Dipping It in hot water dis
solves out the debris from between
Town Without Women.
Malwatchin, on the borders of Rus
sia. Is the only town in the world ex
clusively inhabited by men. The Chi
nese women are not allowed to live la
this territory, and are even forbidden
to pass the great wall of Kalkan and
to enter Mongolia. All the Chinese
of this border town are traders.
Lack Sunday School Teachers.
The scarcity of Sunday school
teachers Is causing much anxiety to
London clergymen. In many parishes
the teachers complain that their
classes are too largu to be dealt with
effectively and helpers are not forth
coming, even from among crowded
World's Oldest Kitchen.
Perhaps the oldest reMc In London
of a mediaeval kltrhen is at Westmin
ster abbey, though little remains to In
dicate It save the rubble flooring, the
buttery hatch and an adjoining cellar,
now the handsome dining ball of
The culture of American genscng U
getting to be of considerable impor
tanee from u commercial standpoint.
It is tiwtiestlouably the greatest
money maker known to the world to
i!ay. A square rod of ginseng will al
mort equal. In earning capacity, an
Here of ordinary far a crops. Try it.
Seeds and planu for sale by Kansas
City Ginseng Company, 1425 Sprue
avenue, Kan.as City, Mo. 3
llfe isl'io fAf4a
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for It Reaches More Homes of Colored Reop.e than any other Paper
KANSAS CITY MO.. FRIDAY, .JANUARY 21). 11)04.
At the Auditorium January :tl, one week. Matinee Sunday.
Black Patti Troubadours
VOELCKEL & NOLAN. Proprietors and Managers.
In their Farcical AbsttMity. entitled
"DARKTOWN'S CIRCUS DAY."
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
.losiah Johnson, the Poo Hah ofDarktown Hnl.t A. KVIley
Mariah Johnson, his wife, with un eye on Josiali A. 1. Hyrd
Primus, his sou will A. Conk
Reuben, his son Mack Alh u
With a love for A circus.
Little Willie, his youngest Hilly Ward
Prof. Slapenliack, with a circus on his hands Al F. Watts
Handy Andy, true to his profession . Allie Gillatu
Policeman 7-11, a guardian of the "piece" Leslie Triplett
M'niselle Moplightly, the queen of the aren i Ida Forccn
Hill Barker, circus spller with the dope I. P. Heed
Henri Tenori, from the opera las. IS. Worles
Percy llanifat, an actor Inhii .limes
Sammy Charcoal Chas. S. Bought
BKLLF.S OF DARKTOWN.
Alice Grey, Amie Smith. Gcoorgia Dublin, Lavina Henderson, Ada IS. Knhinsnn.
Aline Ca.'.sels. Henrietta, Hicks, Nettle Coff, Sarah Green, Georgia Hooper.
cene 1 Exterior of Darktown Circus. Scene 2 Interior of Darktowu Circus.
Scene II Interior of Theatre. Time Present.
During the action of the sketch the following musicul numbers will be
"Coonville Jam I poree,sTU ct 1 in by Pro-.TTaTteTttjltrk's Hand
"I've Something to Say to You." octette.
Messrs. Walls, Worles, Reed and Hougia; Misses Smith, llend. rsiin
The Human "Callope" Messrs. Triplett
"Shine On. My ISvening Star"
"Heilelia" Leslie T
Congo Love Sung "You for me. me for inc.".
Finale Buck Dancing Contest, introijiiein:;. . .
ALICE GRAY and NETTIE GOFF. Instrumentalists.
MADAME SISSIERETTA JONES, Black Patti.
WARD and DOKHS. Sketch Artists.
AROl'ND THE CAMP FIRES IN THIS PHILIPPINES
Introducing the Troubadours Lady Quartette.
MACK ALLEN. Slack Wire Equilibrist.
ROBERT A. KELLEY, the original Coon."
Messrs. Voelckel and Noltn present selections from the Grand and Comic
Operas, in costume. Including Black Paul (Mine. Sissieretia Jones l, Sarah
Green, contralto; Ada IS. Koliinsim, Alto; James IS. Worles, Tenor; Al. F.
Watts, Baritone; .las. P. Reed, Basso, and a chorus selected ft i the best
Negro voices In this country.
Conspirators' Chorus (Mine. Angot) Company
"Miserere" (Trovatore) BLACK PATTI, .1. IS. Worles and Choi us
' King of the Winds" la s P. R I
March from Tannhaiiser BLACK PATTI and Company
Sextette (Lucia ile Laniiiiernioorl
BLACK PATTI. Sarah Green. James Worles, A. I . I'.ryd, Will A. Cooke,
James P. Reed mid entire Company.
VOELCKEL k NOLAN
John J. Nolan
II. D. Collins
S. A. Raynes
Al F. Watts
Hilly Ward and 'ninpany
Bought, Gilliam and Watts
. . . Ida Forceli and Churns
. Triplett, A. Hyrd ami Chorus
. . Robt. A. Kelley and Company
, .Ada IS. Robinson. Al F. Watts
."Harney," the Teirrier Mascot
Proprietors and Managers
. . Manager with Company
Manager in Advance
P 'Y U Vv
A FINE ROOSEVELT INDORSE-
The Republicans of Kansas City und
.laid, son county put themselves on rec
ord at last Tuesday's primaries as be
ing overwhelmingly in favor of I lie
nomination of President ltoo:eet.
The di lei'.iies from every ward and
from the county outside the city wire
instructed to east their ballots lor
Itoosevelt. i. legates to I lie national
convention. The vote was Mirprisiug
ly large considering all the attending
circumstances. In the first place, few
Republicans could conceive of the p i
hibilit or 11 defeat for til" R io evell
ib legations In a city that has shown
its approbation of the I'n ! Ideiit's
course as Kansas City lias. Then, loo,
the day was eMreiiu ly cold, and there
was only one voting place in each
ward. Add to (Ih-m' conditions the pro
vei bial iudiffi lenee to primaries, and
it will be si en that the vote was ex
ceedingly complimentary to the Presi
dent. And the eleeiioii was excep
tional, too. for Hie large portion of
business and professional men who in
terested themselves ill tile results. Or
ilinailly this class is prone to have
primaries to the political workers ami
their immediate following. But Toes
day it was largely represented at the
in the State.
Mrs. Smith. u ice id Mr. Cliff Brad
ford and Mrs Allen of Cnverlou. Ky.. is
visiting her uncle. They will probabiy
stay a week ortwn.
Dr. Howard held service at his
church Sumlav and siiine strange niin-
isd r preached fur him. We were un
, aide in learn his name.
Mrs. ISnnna Carver was mi the sick
! list last week and also Mr -. Harrison
Curry but they are now suine better.
Mr. Richard Thrikles who gut his
leg broke a few We' ks ago. is senile
Mrs. Maria Lindsay paid up her sub
seiiplitm lor the Rising Sun.
Miss Alice l.inmlsay is expect ing1 In
go out wes on a visit soon.
Mr. Henry Klam is quite ill.
Rev. Young is now preparing In go
to the conference. Ile has done u good
work for his church i lnee he has ben
here. Every member ought to be proud
of him and assist him in getting ready
for eollferi n e.
Mrs. Gordon, the mother of Mrs.
Freeman, is some better.
Our leading un u must be more par
ticular than they have been. You hurt,
the race especially in this community.
Never gel bigger than the pie llioll veil
hold, because yon hint ih. A hint In
the wise Is suflM'ieul.
Call and see Mr. Conwav. He will
give you the latest rut.
Mrs. Nancy Hooker took sick at
church Sunday and had to lie taken
home, bill she it now some belter.
Mrs Anion- Colman returned helm
Miss Daisy Goodwin was called
home Saturday to receive her endow
lllent liiiill the s. M T.'s, the hum of
itluil She will leiiini back In ( Idess-i,
wheel she Is teaching, Monday even
There seems to be a dissatisfaction
between the while millers 1 till Hie
colored. You lenieinbei several years
ago we asked Villi when Volt jollied Hie
union in be sure thai ynii was granted
Hie same privileges and lights a . our
while brother. You thought then it.
was wrong. They have drawn llu
color line. Now, what I - if I say to
you colored miners you mu-i unite
.vour . ehes logethei. make a tr.-u- ury,
and pul in then i ry pay day $1
apiiee ami you will be aide in protect
your elves li!, tii- white man. If vou
colored men want lo baild yoursclvc,
up vou must alieml vour luetings and
ill' I I'll' V lllirsi I V es.
Cost of War.
Wars of the last ; nun years are sup
posed to have c ist lieu. iinii nun. linn.
Lie h mar who tails on the baltliTu hl
costs $'.7l'l to kill, and the countries
of Europe today ar - paving to main
tain an "tinned icunalily" the small
sum of fan a second.
Pay of English R.nlwny Employes.
Si venty per n hi of i:ti!;l h railway
employes . t leas th in $t; a week of
l'.flv-sl hours, and Pi per cent get
less than ' a week, pay laborers on
American railway-i are paid almost
don bio I liese wag. s.
The Kmpi -alter Mil und Ruckver
slclieruiigs A kl i' t'. esellschal't is an In
surance company, with a capital of
Jl.uiiii.eiiii, which insures machinery.