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YOLTJME VI. NUMBER 20.
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914.
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St. Stephens Honors Its Pastor
-Eey. J. W. Hurse Handsomely Remembered by His Congrega
. :,tion at tbe Close of Service Last Sunday Eveningly
. B.ejng presented a New Suit, Overcoat, Hat, Shoes,
Scarf, Box of Underwear, all Finest Quality
iTHE LEADING BAPTIST
iter the Presentation a
Grand Master of Masons N. C. Crews, Eloquent
ly Responded ,to by
St, Stephen's Baptist Church gave
a splendid exhibition of Its apprecia
tion of its aggressive and tireless pas
' tor, Rev. J. W. Hurse, by presenting
htm with an elegant suit of clothes, a
yflne chinchilla overcoat and other
wearlru; apparel at a total cost of
'.' evening, January 4th. A represents
!.' .. tlve of the Sun was present and was
" highly pleased both at the spirited
' singing Of the excellent choir and the
-;gpspel preaching of the pastor, who
.VhasV.the power to sway a multitude
n . .ibyyhls force and magnetism, and who
-Jfedeil'yered a .splendid discourse from
' . -V-Jtho story of Joseph and his brethren
-.fJnEgypt After the collection had
.been taken and tho announcements
, ". .'had been made Deacon Lyons called
y' ' ' ttia pastor's attention to the fact that
.."the congregation be requested to re
t main until a. small present could be
- ' ' presented to the pastor. And In a few
's' 'niainoi!ientB the house was In an uproar
as present after present was present
- ed by tho different organizations of
the church to -their splendid leader.
First eamfl tho choir whlrh thrnmrri
Sister Mary Clark presented a fine
five' dollar Stetson hat and an elegant
two dollar neck scarf with tho com
pliments and best wishes of the choir.
.J Then camo Sister Murphy, who on bo
tVnw'fo' the ladies of the church, pre-l
- semea ine pastor an elegant black doe
'skln suit made by a Negro tailor,
Richard Lowe at a cost of forty-five
, dollars and as the applause crew
fa ' louder Deacon Walker started a glorl
'"' ''liymn 'w'n,(!h ,TOS caught, up by
. i.iup-aiKu uumviivo uiuu me vqry rait.-'
versfran'g -with melody. Then the Dea
con Board came upon the rostrum
and with Brother Lyons as their
spokesman presentted the pastor an
elegant pair of $7 black shoes and a
beautiful iblue chinchilla overcoat
costing ?15. The applause at this
PQrlod was deafening and. at Us .con
elusion Sister Dora Williams made
her Vray to the platfor raand on be
'fclilf' of, the Williams & Walker Con
cert Club of tho church presented the
pastor a neatly tied box containing
two feegant $5 suits of underwear,
fly this time the pastor was In tears
and so was half tho congregation, and
In a 'broken voice ho called on his old
"to come forward and make a few re-
inaiKs in nig nenau, ana in a lew brief
but forceful remarks Mr; Crews spoke
of. the beautiful examplo of loyalty
, 1h1 harmony exhibited by the congre-
.(h. not me pastor or st. Stephen's
'fM AjMlt Church, at least Sunday night,
zmmwm iio needed equally as much as
V- if'ULBl"r maa 'ot lne oeutuui things
V silf.si5MMHltM. Mr. Crows' remarks -were
yll received by tho vast audlencet and
hwa8 given a round of applause -at
"fMfclo'SB, after which tho pastor told
CHURCH OFTHE CITY
Brief Address was .Made by
the Beloved Pastor
them that it would be necessary for
him to wait until some other time to
be able to express his heartfelt appre
ciation of their generous kindness.
Our representative was unable to
obtain the list of all those who con
tributed t othe purchase of the various
article, but tho following persons con
tributed to tho Deacon Board for the
purchase of the articles which they
presented: One dollar each, J, H. Ly
ons, Chas. Collins, Chester Sims, Aus
tin Lay, Evanston Alfred, Dr. G. W.
Brown, W.- Saunders,i Robf. Canter
bury, W, S. Acy, J. Wf Jenkins, Geo.
Moora, Robt. Hamilton, E. L. Tlllson,
Chas. Porter and H. B, Moore; seven
ty-five cents, W. H. Briscoe; fifty cents
each, Lewis Nlckens, Dan Herndon,
Helen Wilson and Levie Pearse;
twenty-five cents each, P. Steptoe,
Lulu Smith, Joe Walker, Agnes Walk
er, Fannie Stanley, Tallia Brown, Bet-
tie Lewis, Caroline Johnson., Birdie
Martin, Sallle Preston, Lizzie Patter
son, Lizzie Frakes, Nannlo Bunner,
Jessie Reed, Mary Klpg, Josie Walk
er and Wlnnlo Blackburn. It wa a
great night in St. Stephen's Baptist
Church, which now .claims, and justly
so, to bo the largest Baptist church in
point of attendance, i nthls city. The
Sun congratulates St. Stephen's Bap
tlst Church upon having such a noted
and fearless pastor as Dr. Hurse and
also congratulates Dr. Hurse upon hav
ing such a loyal and appreciative con
gregation ,as All each Sunday St.
Just before the evening service be
gan a .great surprise was Bprung on
tho congregation by the entrance of a
bridal party eleant)y attired and as
they marched down the alslo to the
strains of the organ they presented a
very pretty picture. They were Mr.
Levi Pierce, who was married to Mrs,
Emma Brannon. A few hours before
another brilliant ceremony was per
formed In the church in which tho
bridal -party rode up In a large touring
car, the ladles handsomely attired and
tho gentlemen In full dress, and the
contracting parties In this marriage
were Thomas J, Saunders and -Mrs.
Geneva Turner. Dr. Hurse is, rapidly
gaining tho title of the "Marrying Par
son." Mr, James H, Crews, the veteran
mall carrier and for thirty years ohe
of the most faithful officers of Allen
Chapel, has been confined to his bed
by Illness throughout tho week. Jas.
H, Crews is ono of the 'best. men. Jq;
tho world (and the Editor makes no
apology for this atatentent, although
he Is his brother), and to know him is"
to love him. Tho Sun and his myriad
friends wish for him speedy recovery.
Among tho ottter'fcbrrora of; war;
are sohiq, orthe gongs written about It,
Women's Club Notes
The BOO Club will meet with Mrs.
J. L. Ewlng, 213 Greeley avenue, Kan
sas City, Kas. Jan. 1C. Favors were
won by Mrs. 0. B, Johnson and Mrs
J. J. Lewis.
The reception given at the Overall
Studio, December 30, 1913, by the
Unique Pleasure Club, consisting of
twelve bf Kansas, City's popular young
ladles, was one among tho swellcst
affairs of the season.
Tho Phyllis Wheatley Art Club ex
tended New Year'3 greetings to their
many friends at the residence of Mrs.
G. G. Mason, 3419 East 21st street,
New Year's iay. Tho house was beau
tifully decorated and the color scheme
was carried out in pink and white
carnations. About 400 guests called
during tho afternoon and evening.
Tho Ladles' Coterie mot with Mrs.
G. W. Boyd. When the lesson hours
were over the visitors, Revs. L. H.
Mills, J. W. Harris and G. W. Boyd,
were. Introduced, Each gave very in
teresting and instructive-remarks. The
hostess serven the club with dainty
refreshments Next week the club
will meet with Mrs. Dotson, 1707 East
One of the most ibeautiful receptions
given during tho holidays was held at
the - Overall Studio by the ladles of
the Progressive Study Club. -The
rooms were beautifully decorated with
the club's colors and quite u number
of visitors wore present. - Tho com
mittee deserves much praise for their
delicious serving. Progress Study
Club is composed of some bf the most
cultured women of both Kansas Cities.
It's no small wonder that their recep
tion was perfectly eclat.-
The Oak Leaf Art Club celebrated
its fifth anniversary at the Overall
Studio, 2110' Woodland avenue, New
Year's Day. The studio 'was artis
tically decorated with the Club's col
ors, brown, red, yellow and green. Ice
cream Was served from the dining
table which was covered with a Mex
ican drawn work cloth and cut flow
erg while the house was profusely
decorated with palms. All the guests
left expressing themselves as having
spent a delightful evening.
WILLIAM B. BRUCE, A. B.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, oHice 1117 West Sixth Bttreet; resi
dence, J810 Woodland avenue, Kansas City, Mo, Phone East 7C0..
Mr. William B. Bruce is a native
"Virginian, born, In -Danville, Va., Dec
25, 1SSC, entered Shaw University, Ra
leigh, N, C, early'. in his life in 1899.
He remained there until 1907, whenihe
received his A. B. degree. During the
.same year he entered drown Univer
sity, Providence, R. I., upon the quest
for more knowledge. Mr. Bruce grad
uated from Brown University in 1910
and in September of that year he en
tered the Howard University Law
THE CLIPPER GIRLS
The Clippers fully appreciate ,the
public's assistance In their benefit
dance last December 13, The net
proceeds of the Bamo' were $33 of
which amount $25 -went to the Work
ing Girls' Home and the remaining $8
was use'd toward the Clippers' Christ'
mas charity work. They provided
stockings for twenty-nine of tho Negro
children for whom tlie "Good Fel
lows'" of Kansas City refused to do
anythlns. Wo Tvlsh -to thank the
ladles who gave us their assistance at
Miss Emma Bmlth wishes to thank
her friends for so many beautiful and
useful gifts, , also for tho,. beautiful.
miners uuu many vansimas ana rcw
Year's, cards. ' ' '
To tho Editor of thejftansas-City "Bun.
As tho Star ljifsH .column 'calldd
"Speaking tho PubUMlnd," through,
which all IndtvldunlsfUvhatever tielr
station In life, mny ntvo expression to
their thoughts, Ave" 'fist that we would
bo permitted through tho columns of
our own representative paper, the
Kansas City Sun, toglVo expression to
those-,-things that affect our race ahd
Church life. Som& years ago the
minister of one of qjir leading Baptist
churches became incensed because an
old Sister testified in Covenant in her
own peculiar way nd she was turned
out of tho church and even after she
acknowledged her wrong, she Was re
fused admission to come back. Since
'that lime many metabers have become
dissatisfied and refijSi to attend that
church the church of their heart and
last week at a business meeting with
only about twenty-fly's persons present,
tho Church Discipline was virtually
thrown away and tife pastor virtually
made himself king. Since then every
where you go, youj.see little groups'
earnestly' discussing conditions and
sarcastically asking the question,
"When are they going to' annotnt the
kingr . ""i-f
Hoping you -w,lll kindly publish this,
we' remain, VJ
Yours In the Baptist Faith,
SV- UNCLE DAN.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR
THE ADVANCEMENT' OF
We wlsli to amibunCo that the
members and friends of the Asso
ciation will be addressed by Pror.
J. K. Singum of New York City at
Allen -Chapel, corher Tenth and
- Ciiatlotte, Thursday, evenlnif, Jan
uary 15, at 8:30 o'j.'ocls.
Prof. Splngarn was formerly pro
fessor of Comparative Literature at
-Columbia University. He is- a
scholar and an author of rare at
'alnments and a staunch advocate
of just and llberalr opportunities to
all peoples. He wl.l-spealc upon the
irubject, "The' New tbolltlonlsro."
No admission,. wll ie charged.
LID OFF THE TANGO.
Prof. J. C. Hobbs announces that on
every Thursday night a.'t the Lyric
Hall, 1731 Lydla avenue, that the fol
lowing dances will be Introduced:
Tango, hesitation waltz, flirtation
schottisehe, hesitation schottlsche and
n variety of other dances since the
Boara of Public Welfare lifted the lid
on dances. , w
School, .situated In Washington, D. C.
Bruce graduated 7rom Howard Law
School with the decree of LL. B.. JunBl
1913; Dep.. 15, t913, Mr. Bruno took
and successfully passed the bar ex
amination of the state of Missouri with1
an average of 83 per cent. Mr. -Wm.
B. Bruco comes to Kansas City well
prepared' to practice law. He is the
brother of Prof. N. C. Bruce, principal
of Bartlett Industrial School of Dalton,
THE PROPHET'S PLAY
The Biblical representation of the
Prophets given by the Mite Mission
ary Society at Allen Chapel last Mon
day night was quite a success under
the management Of Mrs; S, 13. Bran
don. Tho followlng.ladles represented
the various Porphetsi Moses, Mrs.
Lee; Joshua, MrB. Brandon; Elijah,
Mrs. White; ;Elsha, Miss Bass; Islah,
Mrs. Grammar; Jeremiah, Mrs, Lynch:
Ezekiel, Mrc, Shelby; Daniel, Mrs. Eir
nns; Hosea, Mrs. Harrison; Joel, Mrs
Green; Amos, Mrs, Hoffman,; Obediah,
Mrs, Bruce; Jonah, Mrs. Hlnkston;
MIcah, Jlra. Cole; tNahum, .Mrs,
Brown: HithakuK, Mrfl. Gllmore: Zonh-
lnah. Mrs. Shrader; Ha&gla. Miss Ber
tie Taylor; ZZackarlah. Mrs. Kings
berry; MalacU,, Mrs.. 'Wlteoa; King
I'imroan, Mrs; TJurgett.
Editor Kansas City- Squ:
As there, has. been but one "Tanso
Tea" given hero- by colored, and that
an afternoon affair, we tho members
of Clio Art Club who sent out cards
In tho form of same, deem it nec
essary and fitting to openly de
clare ourselves against tho unjust
and cruel criticism made in the col
umns of your paper by one of our
distinguished (?) guests. If there
was a vulgar exhibition upon the part
of any of the dancers, we were not
responsible and any criticism that
might be mado against the "Tango"
as danced on that day Is Infamous and
low. Any person who would attend
an ' affair given to friends and then
turn to be a Judas (na has been dis
played by the writer), is an lngrate
not worthy of tho smallest person's
attention. The one-step, which our
eloquent and distinguished (?) doctor
says is but n revival of what the
tougher element call tho "Dog Walk"
wo In our sphere of life know noth
ing about, as wo. do not mix freely
enough with the element aforesaid
mentioned and are truly surprised to
know that this, His Royal Highness,
would understand and know about a
"Dog Walk." However, it wasn't
danced on this particular afternoon.
As for our mothers, wives and sis
tors so beautifully spoken of by our
dear doctor, none were urged to at
tend and tho invitation could have
been rejected as well as accepted. The
Tango, as led and danced by Prof.
Hobbs and Mrs. Stewart on that af
ternoon Is tho most simplified one In
use for dance hall purposes. It was
brought to us by Prof. Hobbs direct
ly from Prof. DeHonoy, dancing mas
ter at the now $100,000 dance hall at
15th and Paseo. If these dances shock
us so very much an excellent thing
for our -would-be-pious young doctor,
wife, sisters and mother would be to
Btay away from such functions for
then his pride and modesty woulld
not be so mortally wounded.
Yours for publication,
CLIO ART CLUB.
A DELIGHTFUL DINNER
Misses Bernlce Casey of St. Louis,
Elizabeth Jones of Topeka, Catharine
Barker of Topeka and Orah Carter of
Lawrence were the guests of Miss
Ruth Bradley during tho holidays.
They attended, many social affairs dur
ing 'the holidays, one affair in par
ticular was the unique dinner given
by Messrs. Teeters, Goodwin and Lowe
at, the Delmonlco Cafe. The table
was dpcorated with pink and white
carantions and everything from con
somme to 'Ice cream and cake was
theirs to be enjoyed. The service and
taste of this affair were grand. The
gentlemen may be assured that the
guests of honor as well as their
hostess appreciated the same,.
BIRTHDAY WATCH PARTY
The birthday reception tendered Mr.
A. W. Harris, the well knnwn nrlntnr
by Mrs. Sallle C. RogVrs at the resi
dence or Prof, and Mrs. J. Silas Har
ris, 1C11 Forest avenue, on Now Year's
ovo was one of the nlost enjoyable as
well as distinguished affairs ever giv
en In this city. The menu would have
tempted tho nalato of an enlcure.m
and there was everything served that
the heart could wish. Short addresses
of felicitation and annreclatlon
delivered by a number of tho gentle
men In attendance and Mr. Harris was
the recipient of several handsome
tokens of appreciation as well as. num
erous letters and telegrams from
friends throughout the counttry. Mrs:
Rogers received many compliments
for the elegance and success of this
most enjoyable affair. Tho invited
guests and those present were as. fol
lows: Mr. Breton Andrews, Mr. T. C. Green-
Pmf T tl Tlnnr... -., r t .
Atty. a U. Callo- Mr. Wm, Houston.
Dr, T,' C. Chapman, Pro. ' T. It. Rey-
m n y , . . , nnM.
uiv j-. v. unmans, "i"".
Mr. Wm. Godwin, r, Theo. Smith,-
Tn. T 1 . 1 1 , MV Ran TV ri.. .
ford, Mr. John Pairley,
Dr. T. McCampbell, Pr- J- E. Perry,
Prof, a. A. rage, Mr. Geo. LoVe,
Mr. John Kone, Jlr. Robt. Bennett,
Dr. Wm. J. Thomp- CpunUe,
Mr.onFranIt Ander- .pSffi,
SSS if P. DrTdlev.' ST'-""-.. J?!!?
irnJ' ?ranch Dr." j:'p Shannon,
Hon. Nelson C. Dr. L. n. Petty.
Crows, Mr. James-Baker.
M(rVeustus Mor- Erof- J- M- Marques,
fnn ' - Hue"" 5r- Edw- ttamseV.
"r- -martin urooklns.
Tip T7 T!aat.nnM A. (. . . ,
St. Louis Mo. Dr. M.' J. iian-'ls,' Sodallai
.5Jf'fc "ubv- Sedalia? mS
hS.UBl2;- 8,U "''.'.Mo.; Mr. ChariTs
tl ?;1T.0pR- Kn-i Mr- ome'- rhiuips.
Tilfii. VT! !" A ' uua -mormon. Bt
fiw'f.. vr'...""'ii " John
' " -www. a, UU,
ADVERTISE YOUR SOCIETY,
Wo would 'lke to see every Jodgo
and society In Kansas City put their
cards in The Sun. It la the njostpop.
ular way tor let tho "world know who
you bto, when and whero your meet
and your object and jqrpose. For the
uext.moHth we wiH wike special an
nouncements to have you put In your
lodge or society list of or officers In
?r 'til: wvur jinaiey, at. Lou a;
v0IV. CK?" c?vlnF'n. Louisiana; Mr
if &"m0"v Jo.P""' Mo.: Editor Wm!
Possibilities of the Race to
. Be Demonstrated in the
Next Twelve Month!
A BANNER YEAR HOPED FOR BOTH NATI
ONALLY AND LOCALLY
The Negro Business League and Other Great
Movements are to Expand Their Influence
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING TO BE COMPLETED
By C. A. Starks.
Speaking of tho possibilities of tho
race in the next twelve months must
bring a natural optimism to bear In
the outlook. True enough there has
been things calculated to dishearten
tho race in the past year, nevertheless
we have not been without certain
signs of advancement and -progress.
Theso things warrant us in taking an
encouraging view of the present year.
Wo have every right to hope that de
velopments -vlll sliow an increase In
every solid activity which tends to
raise tho standard of our living. This
will go on in spite of opposition which
our supposed enemies will make. All
advanced thinkers see In the extreme
measures which have been enacted
against us a sort of compulsory ten
dency to solidify the Afro-Americans.
This is a virtue or accomplishment
which we do not readily acquire. But
we are learning.
Indications are that 1914 will excel
the, past year in achievement Just as
it should do. So if we lose In soma
things we are bound to win in others.
Ing.to prollt by. the mistakes, of the
What we, should guard against Is fall-
To the Edltoi-I have Just read In
the Sun what Itev. T. H. Ewlng had
to say relative to the Negroes of Kan
sas City planning to go to Africa. Why
go so far when the opportunity is just
as grand In the state of Kansas?
There is a plan under way to- divide
10,000 acres of farm land Into forty-
acre tracts, start a town, give a lot
with each forty:acro tract purchased.
This land will be sold on the Install'
ment plan. If a few colored men from
Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma will
Interest themselves enough. to write to
me, I assuro thorn this plan will be
carried out .
1116 Charlotte street, Kansas City, Mo,
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 29, 1912.
The annuai meeting of the Phyllis
Wheatley Hospital Association will be
held Wednesday evening, January 14,
1914, at tho Vino Street Baptist
Church, 1825 Vine street Besides tho
election of six directors tmd other of
ficers several amendments to the con
stitution will bo voted upon. All per
sons, who have paid a membership fee
of two dollars or a cash contribution
equal to a membership fee will be en-,
titled to vote.
T, H, Ewlng, Pres.
X. DALLAS BOWSER, Secy.
"Tho. members of the. Odd Fellow
and Ruth Choir gave a surprise last
Monday evening on Mrs, Reboccc
Moore at her residence, 2522 Michigan
avenue, which was very much appre
ciated by her husband and an honor
to the choir. Visitors present were;
Mrs. Lulu Arnold of Denlson, Tex.;
Mr. Gep. Trowser, Mr. Phil Taylor.
Tho tabl -was profusely decorated
with cut lowers furnished by thb
Weayer-Floval Co., and dainty refresh
ments wero served by the choir. Tho
members precent wero;, .Mrs, Ida M,
Birch, Mrs. George. Trqwsei Mrs. Geo.
Gooth, prraFhU Tjror, Mrs. B. Har
mon, Mrs. A, Holmes; Mr, .Baker1, Mr,
bugger, Mr, Goo'ch,
Mr, and Mrs. F. J. Weaver, 2635 En
clld avenue, entertained at dinner last
Sunday in honor' of Mr. and Mrs. J. H,
past. Many events have transpired in
tlie last seven months to convince us
that wo can substantially organize
large businesses and enterprises and
maintain a high efficiency in their pro
motion. We also have learned that.wo
can enlist the sympathy of Our fairer
brother who is not altogether against
us. With this kriowledgo'-fn mind and
conscious of a ndwjjpo'wer we believe
wo aro at the threshold of a banner
year for our people. ,
THE BUSINESS LEAGUE?
Last year tho iNational Business
League held their convention in Phil
adelphia, Pa., under the happiest aus
pices. Tho reports were nation wide
and reflected accurately as possible
the conditions of our citizens in each
state. Records show that each com
munity spoke in '"terms of prosper
ity" to a very large degree What Is
mmost important at this time is that
this great organization is to hold its
next meeting in the Southwest, tho
real land of milk and honey This
could not be improved upon at all and
we dare say that Muscogee, Okla.., will
irt no wise fall below the standard of
that set by the hospitable- Quaker
City. This movement is' giving tho
Southwest an excellent opportunity to
show what metal she Is made of; It is
hard to say at this time Just how much
tone and dignity the affair will brinR. in
However, Kansas Citlans mean to play
a fine role when the curtain raises.
Y. M. C. A. Building Complete?
Here In our city wo have an array
of achievements which will keep us
busy In meeting the demands. .Chief
amoig these Is tho completion of tho
Y. M. C. A. building, which means so
much to the colored citizens of this
city. In this effort there is possibility
for tremendous good, out of which wo
expect to raise the economic as well
as moral tone of our younger citizen.
The Sun has played no small part in
these local affairs and since tho out
look is fair It is hopeful that It will bo
able In the future to not only lead, in
movements about tho city but take a
fairly conspicuous felace in events of.
Grand Master N. C. Crews, accom
panied by Grand Secretary G. W. K.
Love paid a visit to Wllkerson Lodgo
No. 26, A. F. and A. M., St. Joseph.
Mo., last Tuesday ovenlng and were
highly pleased by the large attendance
on the part of the (Masons of St Jo
seph and the gratifying report mado
by the officer of tho lodge. Past
Grand Master M. O. Rlcketts is Wor
shipful Master of, this lodge and with
peace and harmony prevailing it la
destined to be one of the greatest
lodges in tlie Jurisdiction. The Grand
Officers were royally entertained at
luncheon by District Deputy T. J. Cole
man at Ills residence, 1713 Angellque,
and wero shown over the city and ex
tended many courtesies by that distin
guished citizen and Prlnco of good fol
lows, Dr, J. R. A. Crossland. They
weer also entertained at tho homo of
Grand Treasurer II. H. Walker and
A Beautiful Design.
Sprays . . 1.00 and upward
Designs .,..t.,.J,..,$l1B0 and upward
, Wo Please tho people both In prtca
Flowers for all occasions.
WEAVER FLORAL Co.
,,1510 E. Itth St.
Homophone Main 7555.
Bell phone Eut 4798,