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WATCH FOR THE GREAT BEAUTY CONTEST WHICH HAS JUST BEGUN
IBysjoAdvertlse In the Rising Son for It ReaehesMore9Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State.
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y unuMivAi. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 11107.
-T-"-"rTr' REV. J. M. BOOKER'S, July 19. i-.m-t. I
MISS ANNA H. WARNER AS ONE
OF THE GIRLS ACCOMPLISH
This paper wishes to call the pub
lic attention to Anna H. Warner who
has done a few things 0f which she
may feel Justly proud.
Miffs Warner was born In Troy Illi
nois and educated In the schools of
that place. She then attended the mu
sical institution of St. I-ouis. Com
ing to Kansas City at an appreciative
age, she studied with Prof. Lee learn
ing his entire course.
Going to Flsk University she made a
splendid record entering the 5th grade
of music from the start being the sec
ond girl to get so high a rating. She
finished her technic and harmony, and
she almost finished the recital course,
but had to quit school for unavoid
able circumstances. Miss Warner has
a natural ability for music.
Believing she might help the young
er class of girls' and also more un
fortunate who have not had an op
portunity to learn music, Miss Warn
er opened up a studio at 18th and
Paseo, where she Is prepared to give
the public the benefit of her training.
Misa Warner uses the unique meth
ods of Herman Bach and Leschetizky,
which are quite different from the
During the two years at horn.? she
has still continued to study. Those
desiring to give their children musi
cal instruction should certainly see
her and read her announcement pla
card in the advertising part of the
One of her peculiar ways of teach
ing Is to arouse the interest of pupils
by giving them also the literary side
of the music as well as the technical
Miss Warner has a very well equip
ped and up-to-date musical studio.
She is trying to open up opportunities
for the younger generation. All the
latest musical books can be seen;
various modern musical instruments.
All the best authorities on the criti
cisms and points on music. Miss"
Warner also takes a natural fancv
to the instruction of girls, imparting
to them her own personality which
Is of a very strong and high nature.
The nubile at large should annre-
ciate and encourage such strong de
termination on the part of our Kan
sas City girls who are branching out
n noble occupations, and should e?
peclally give Miss Warner'8 studio a
Dear Editor: Sir, will you kindly
allow me sufficient space in your hon
orable paper to insert the following:
THE ONLY REMEDY FOR JIM
CROWISM AND LYNCH LAWS.
Having noticed in the K. C. Times
of June 11 inst. of the address of
Rev. Bishop Grant along the lines of
the St. Louis Jim Crow car laws, I
would to God and also pray that
Bishop Grant and all others con
cerned continually beg and urge and
try to persuade tne members of their
various congregations to use the fol
lowing words in their prayers that
God may remember the oppressed and
the law-makers of oppressions upon
the strangers that dwelleth among
them and that God may drive these
laws from our land and country.
Please note the following scriptures
on the same: God Bald one law
shall be to him that is home-bom and
unto the Bt ranger that sojourneth
among you Exodus 12 19. Thou
shalt neither vex a stranger no op
press him, for ye were strangers In
the land of Egypt. Ye shall not af
flict any widow or fatherless child. If
thou afflict them in any wise and
they cry at all unto me I will surely
hear their cry and my wrath Bhall
wax hot and I will kill you with the
sword and your wives shall be wid
ows and your children fatherless.
Now what more la needed than cry
ing unto him. Exodus 22: 21 to 24.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS WILL GET
YOU A HORSE AND RIG.
ho chances for the horse and buggy
which are being ral'fl. d off by I)r.
Theo. Smith can be had ai most my
business' place in town. Get your
chances now and win a horse and
buggy. Full explanation can he re
ceived at Bin" E. 18th. Home phone
Look at the voting for
the Beauty contest, pick your lady i
and send in her name. This contest
is endeavoring to bring out just who j
Is the most beautiful woman. There '
will be two contests, married ladies'
contest and single ladies'' contest. In
sending in coupons please specify
whether married or single. Every
body send in a name for we intend
to make this one of the greatest hits
in this city. Cuts will appear in t
paper from time to time. Send all
coupons to 914 E. 12th and they will
be duly registered. Every body is
entitled to a vote who takes the Ris
ing Son and gets' a couihiu from the
AS PASTOR OF THE PLEASANT
GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH. WILL
DEDICATE NEW FOUNDATION IN
A FEW WEEKS, AND LATER TO
COMPLETE NEW CHURCH WORTH
The Pleasant Green Baptist Church
of this city is an organization about
.'!0 years old. The first pastor of
this church was Kev. John Morgan,
of Kentucy. lie was nn nble defend
er of the Gospel and of strong moral
character. He succeeded in buying
the proporyt In rear of Indeneniletiee
and Tracy avenues, and building the
frame house where the Church Is at
presc.it. After Kev. Motrin's death
the next preacher who became Lie
pastor of the Church was Rev. Al
ford, of Kansas.
After a stay of about two years
Kev. All'ord was succeeded by Kev.
E. M. Wilson, of Kentucky, who was
the .most intellectual pastor the
church has ever had. He was an
able defender of tin.' church and a
pulpit orator. These two preachers.
Rev. Alford and Kev. Wilson, were
both overcome by the same weakness.
Rev. G. W. Burdett was the next
pastor who resigned of his own ac
Next, to come to take the leadeishln
of the church is h. Rev. .1 m
Booker,- of Memphis. Tenn.. who was
the pastor of Salem Baptist church.
the second largest Baptist church in
Memphis. He desired to change his
field of labor, so he resigned to come
to Kansas City.
Kev. Booker was born In Virginia
in IStlli, and in 18(ift his father took
him to Mississippi, where he received
a common school education (In
becoming a young man .2.1 years
old he was converted In
June, 188(1, nt Memphis. Two
years later he was licensed to ureacb.
and on Sept. l.'Uh. 18!ll. he was or
dained, after which he pustored suc
cessfully for 5 years the Salem Bap
tist Church in Memphis. Kev. Book-1
er attended the Theological depart
ment of Howe Institute for about 9
He built the Mount Zlon Baptist
Church during his time in Memphis.
As a financitT and church builder
his ability can not lie doubted. When
he came to take charge of the Pleas-
ant Green Church one year ago, It
was In a critical condition. During
this one year he has raised nearly
$:!.WH and paid all Indebtedness of
the church, and built the foundation
for the new church on the east side
of Tracy avenue, near Independence
avenue. The Pleasant Green Church
is in splendid condition now. It owns
two good pieces f property, nml val
ues all of its holdings at $10,0un.
Rev. Booker will build a handsome
Auditorium on the new foundation In
the next five years, worth from $10.
ooii to $1 .l.ooti. thus making the new
church worth about $25,0(mi.
The people of this citv who admire
a clean, Christian gentleman, a man
of principle and Integrity, should
give Kev. Booker their support and
help him to do a great, work for God
and humanity. He Is one man who
will not condole immoral crime, or
shield dirty men who are preaching
the gospel. He Is deserving of the
aid and confidence of the people.
July 19, 1 !M7.
To The Editor of The Rising Son :
Through your newspaper, 1 beg to
call to the attention of our people
the fact that December 17. l!o?, will
be thi' one hundredth anniversary of
the birth of John Grcchleaf Wiiittier.
I need not remind the Negro people
of tti unselfish labors rendered by
t'lls meat individual to t;ie cause of
freedom and for the perpetuation of
the 1'nlon. Our race owes him a debt
of gratitude which it will be difficult
for us to repay.
It seems to me that It would he
very fitting If we should begin now
to make preparations to celebrate this
anniversary in a befitting manner.
Such a celebration should be ar
ranged for in schools, churches, by
literary organizations and various' oili
er organized bodies.
I am just in receipt of a letter
from frieuds" of the poet living iu
Amesbiiry, Mass., his old home, advis
ing of plans now being perfected for
the celebration of this great event iu
I trust that our people everywhere
will let the world know through a
proper celebration of the event how
much they honor the memory of the
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON.
BRILLIANT RECEPTION TO DR. B.
F. ALLEN AND HIS BRIDE, AT
11 ' ' .jnHMaMMMMMMHMMMMMM
II .'TS, v? 'ill
Go to Carpenter & Watson's loe
Cream Parlor for all kinds of soft
drinks and confectionary and fresh
fruits. Candies and cigars. 1519 Ev
12th. Bell Phone 2041 East.
Prof. W. E. Griffin and wife haw
left to spend the summer in Atchison,
The address by Dr. Booker T.
Washington on August lird promises
to be a "red letter day" In (lie history
of the exposition. The Hampton In
stitute students will give a special
drill exhibition on the parade ground
of the exposition and the Hampton
Band will furnish music for the pa
rade, which will lead from the parade
ground to the negro building, where
the speech will be delivered. The
Eisk jubilee Singers are preparing a
special program of music and there
are other events that will make this
one of the great days of the exposition.
Melissa Fuel of Joplln, Mo., a teach
er In public schools of that place and
a graduate of Lincoln Institute Ik in
the city visiting Miss Emma Smith
of 915 Woodland.
President It. K. Allen.
A brilliant reception was tendered
Dr. H. V. Allen and his beautiful
bride Mrs. Maynie l.ee Williams Al
len at Lincoln Institute on t'ie even
ing of the lt;th Inst, by tin Kiiiiiiner
seho d faculty, students ami promi
nent citlz. ns of Jefferson City.
In Allen was married June '2 to
Mis- Williams of Macon, Georgia.
The former as the scliolarly presi
dent of Lincoln institute s too well
Km n tin oiiglioiit the country tor his
woii'i inn! iiiiiiiumeiiis to need further
comment at this time; anil .Mrs. Al
len represents one of I he most highly
respected and well to do families of
that beautiful Southern city, Macon.
She was for several years a mem
ber i f the facility of tile High school
at Chattanooga, Tennesse, and mure iv
ceiiCv lias held tne chair of mallie
matp's iu the Fort Valley high and
Industrial school. Georgia.
To return to the reception- the
ladles were hen ut ifuly attired, the
brid'-s dress being a costly gown of
white crepe de chine, princesK style,
trimmings of while rose point lace
ami s. nulins.
A delicious menu of viands partle
uhii'y well suited to tile unusually
warm weather was served in the spa-clou-
and beautifully decorated din
ing hall of Lincoln Institute. Tim
tables were arranged In the form of
a cipltal letter A, Dr. and Mrs. Allen
occupying the seats of honor. Covers
were laid for 30 guests. Prominent
among these were Mr. and Mrs. Al
Thomas. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Franklin.
Mesdames .Golus, King, Harrison, Hen
derson, Sexton, Jackson, Professor J
S. Moten and wife, Professor G. S.
Murray and wife, ProfoKsor JoBcphlne
BLIND BOONE CONCERT CO.
Five Successful Years for Kansas
City's Prima Donna, Miss Emma
The people are very much pleased
to learn of the return of the Blind
Rootle Concert Co. They are cspi
clally glad to know of the success ol
.Miss Emma Smith, one if Kansas
City's home products.
The company has had a long con
cert lour traveling through the slates
of Nebraska, Iowa. Minnesota, Wis
consin, Wyoming, Soulh Dakota, Ok
lahouia, Kansas and Missouri; always
playing to a full audience.
.Miss Kmiiia Smith, a graduate of
Kansas City, has cerialnly made
good in the line iu wbiell she chose
for hi r lile's work. She has traveled
Willi Hie company for live successful
years, nml each year she has become
stronger with the public at large.
Miss Sm ft It Is a natural singer, hav
ing had a good voice all her life
W hen in school, she was easily class
id as the best singer Iu school. The
young lady has simply shown what
tile young gills III the city call do;
she has by her success lent eneour
ageinent to other girls. The public
possibly wishes to know what the
young lady has done with her earn
S Yates. Professor .1. W. Daniel, Mis
ses llenora I. aue, Emma Sandersons
Parker, Geneva Maybeny. Salllc
Sutlieilln, Alta Williams. Floy King,
l.edley Fold. Itirdie (Vllyer, Lucy
MaeWorter, Lisle Malley, Mabel lira
ham. tilover Hawkins, Messrs .lacobs,
Perry, Abingdon. Johnson, (irahii.ni.
Cooper, Cole, Collins. Grant, Turner,
NIc iiowell aiid others among out ol
town guests we note Mrs. Elmer .lack
son and Professor 11. T. Kvans both
of Kansas City.
The various courses of dainty vl
anils, well suited to the unusually
warm weather, were Interspersed
wlta the musical and literary mini
hers of a well rendered programme,
over which Professor Moten presided
as toast master. The musical num
bers, highly enjoyable, were given by
Miss'.s King, Williams, Mesdanies
Thomas, Jackson and Mr. .lacobs.
Responses to toasts humorous ami
lugs from such a good position which
she has. If they go to t.-, Woodland
there they will see a beautiful six
loom house of which Miss Smith Is
owner. Miss Sniilli is a decided home
girl always looking lor something
which will please her parents. This
Is (lie main desire the true IrhgkqJ
you desire the true Insight Into an
Individual, follow tliiuu to their home.
If you follow her to the hearth side
you will find her a loving ami affec
liomile daughter, beloved by all her
relatives. Kansas City should be
greatly proud of the record she has
Miss Smith Is- an honor to Kansas
City; and every person should ap
preciate her musical ability of which
she pusses III a very high degree.
Mr. John Lang, the manager of
the llliiiil lloonc Concert Cn., has had
years with the company. Just last,
year lie colli ribiileil over $:'iU to char
ll.v and he is ever ready to assist a
young mail mi his way to the success
ful road As the public would, we
know, like to r, ad of a few accom
plishments of ibis remarkable man at
some later edition we shall endeavor
to give It The eompaiiv will leave
otherwise In character were made by
Messrs Franklin, Jacobs, Perry, Pnt
ressor Yates, Murray ami Daniel. The
sentiment contained in each of these
was" entirely appropriate to the occa
sion, full of best wishes and highest
hopes for the present and fuliirue hap
plness of the newly wedded pair
At the close of the programme )r.
and Mrs Allen thanked their guests
for the pleasures of the evening and
assured their many friends' of the
very high appreciation t hey sustained
for them In words which beautifully
expressed he thought.
The presents received belli III M.l
coii and .leifeison City were numer
ous and costly and ate still coining.
Miss (ha Carter of Lawrence. Kan.,
spent ji delightful week visiting her
friends, Mrs I minus. Mrs I. F. Brad
ley and ethers. Slie will go to Law
Beauty Contest Coupon
I vote for M
as the most beautiful lady of