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A. F. and A. M.
N, C, Crews, Kansas City, Grand
Deputy Grand Master, Richard
Young, Lincoln, Neb..'
t.. P. Payne, Glasgow, 'Mo., Grand
F. J. Brown, St. Louis, Grand Junior
H. H Walker, St. Joseph, Grand
Geo. W. K. Love, Grand Secretary,
Kansas City, Mo.
W. W. Fields, Secretary of Masonic
Roller, Cameron, Mo.
E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., Grand
Grand Commandery Officers.
A. D,.J3utler, H. B. G. C, St. Joseph,
mo. . .,:. ,
Theo. Wiley, V. B. D. G. C, St.
Louis, Mo. I
W. O. Mosely, B G. C. G., Kansas
T. P. Mahammltt, G. Treasurer,
C. H. Lewis, G. Rec., Kansas City.
Grand Chapter Officers.
Geo. Broomfleld, G. H. P., St Louis,
T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. P., Kan
A, L. Thomas, G. K., Jefferson City,
J. P. Mofltte, G. S., Sedalla, Mo.
Chas. Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty,
B. S. Baker, G. Sec'y, Kansas City
bR. J. H. JONES
Physician and Surgeon
Office Mourn 10 to II . m.,
I to 3 nd 5 to 6 p. m.
Office. 1301 EAST 18th STREET
Residence, 1326 UitfhUnd Ave.
Res. Home1 Phone, Eit852
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Over THEODORE SMITH, Drujglil
Homo Phone, MC7 Main Dell W1 Grand
1301 Ett18lh It. KANSAS CITY, MO.
Mme. Benton Dean, the popular
milliner, has moved to 1010 Troost
avenue, where she Is elegantly lo
cated and will be extremely pleased
to meet her many friends and cus
tomers at that number. Belle
phone East 2J02J.
MASONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION
R. T. Coles, Chairman.
E. S. Baker, Secretary.
C, H. Lewis, Asst. Secretary.
,Tt, W. Foster, Treasurer.
W. C. Mallory, Sandy Meyers,
Wm, Washington, Geo. Bradley,
T. W. H. Williams, H. It. Edwards,
J. E. Herrlford, B. G. Lacey,
E. G. Miller, W. C. Hueston.
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New Negro Enterprise
Known as the.
A First Class, Up-to-Date Gallery.
Views. Flashlights ot Banquets, Far-
ties, Groups of all Public Functions.
Enlargements our Specialty.
Post Cards, three for 25c
Cabinet Photos made, per dozen,
G. BRUCE SANTEE, Prop.
1710 E. 18th ST.. KANSAS CITY, MO.
Newly, Modern Furnished
Rooms For Rent
with bath, and gas for light house.'
keeping by day or week.
Rates: $1.50, $2 and $3.00
1524 McGee Street.
J. G. MILLS, Prop.
prop. j. mmm comma !
A campaign upon the Issuo ot Negro
segregation will bo begun early In Jan
uary, when Professor Joel E, Splngarn
ot Now York will start on a speaking
tour of tho Mlddlo Western stales. As
president of tho Now York branch of
tho National Association for tho ,Ad
Vancoment of Colored People, Profes
sor Splngarn will tell of tho recent In
vestigation of tho question of discrim
ination against Negroes In government
departments at Washington, conduct
ed by the Association, and will discuss
tho charges which resulted. Wider In
formation on the condition ot Negroes
In tho South, as tho research ot the
Association has disclosed It, will bo
the purpose of tho campaign, which Is
Intended to enlist moro general sup
port In tho fight for political and In
dustrial opportunity for the Negro. ,
ProfesBor Splngarn's first address
will bo at Detroit on tho evening of
Jan. 8. He will be In CChlcago on
Jan. 10 and 11, In Qulncy, 111., on the
13th, In Kansas City, Mo., on the
15th, In Topelca, Kas... on the 16th, In
St. Louis" on the 19th and 20th, and In
Indianapolis on the 22d. Interest In
his trip Is already evident In the cities
where Is to appear, and many so
cieties are making plans to receive
and entertain him. He will make the
entire tour at his own expense.
Professor Splngarn, for 12 years pro
fessor of literature In Columbia Unl
versity, and author of many books,
some of which have been translated
Into foreign languages, Is well known
as a scholar and In public life. As
candidate for Congress In 1908 he was
Indorsed by President Roosevelt and
Secretary Hoot, and his effort as a
delegate to the Progressive convention
of 1912 to have a plank on the Negro
question adopted In the party plat
form attracted wldo attention. The
Association he represents has a large
membership of both white and colored
people, with an organization embrao
Ing Important cities from tho Atlantic
to the Pacific coast, and has the sup-i
port of many prominent men and so
cial worKers In Its work for the wel
fare of the colored citizens ot the
TYPEWRITING DONE at Kansas
City Son office, 1803 East Eighteenth
street. Neat, quick work. Rates rea
sonable. Engagements by appoint
raeDt. Bell phone East 999.
Scythe Was a fixture.
Three years ago last summer old
Dill Shiftless got an Industrious streak
on and concluded he would cut some
weeds in his back yard. Ho went to a
neighbor's house anil borrowed a
scythe. When Bill got it back home
ho was all fagged out and hung the
scythe over tho limb of a peach tree
and told his wife ho would wait until
morning to mow tho weeds. , I passed
by Bill's house yesterday and the
scythe was still hanging over the
samo limb. Kansas City Star.
To Clean Plaster.
To clean plaster, preparatory to re
Whitewashing or to painting, first ap
ply a coat of starch. By the tlmo you
have reached the last bit ot space the
first will be nearly dry, and If you be
gin at once to wash It oft with water,
to which some soda or kerosene has
been added, all smoke and grime will
come oft with the starch. . This is on
tho same principle ot starched fabrics
washing easier than unstarched the
dirt comes out with the starch.
8 to 12 m. & 1 to 5 p. m.
Sunday by Appointment
Bell Grand 2553W
DR. E. C. BUNCH
Gold Crown, Bridges and
Plates A Specialty
716 East 12th St. Kansas City, Mo.
Sam Jlmpson, colored, had a col
ored neighbor ot some means, who
was unkind enough to build a high
board fence about his yard, wherein
grew many luscious melons. Ono day
Sam found a hole in the fence, and,
licking his lips, -he started to crawl
through. The neighbor happened to
bo standing near the hole, "Heah,
you!" he cried, "whah you gwlne?"
"I'se gwine back," said Sam, quickly
suiting action to word.
Don't Forget our Thanks
giving and Christmas Turkey
Meals, 15c, 20c and 25c.
1007 INDEP. AVE.
Mrs, Sandy Williams, Prop.
We have many Inquiries for fur
nished and unfurnished rooms. If you
have rooms that are Idle, why don't
you advertise them In The Sun and
keep them rented?
BELL PHONE 4746 EAST.
BENNETT TAILORING 00,,
R. BENNETT, Manage
Gifts that Will
Please them Most
A Singing Canary
Globe of Gold Fish.
All prices at the
Old Bird Co.
406 E. 12TH ST.
CAGES, GLOBES AND ALL ACCESSORIES.
Steam and French Dry Cleaning
Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing
Ladles Work a Specialty.
Work Called for and Delivered.
1515 E 1 8th St., KANSAS CITY, MO.
Harrison Wi 1 1 i a m s
Furnace and Stove
RESIDENCE 1612 COTTAGE AVENUE.
Loglealmond, Ian Maclaren's "Drum
tochty," Is neither a village nor a par
ish, but an estate about eight miles by
four In extents and situated some
twelve miles north of Perth, and lying
at the foot ot the Grampian Hills. The
only semblance ot a village In the
entire Loglealmond district is the
little hamlet of Harrletsfleld, where
Mr. Watson lived.
Lucky He WaiThere.
A teacher in a certain town (we con
siderately decline to be more specific)
had a great deal ot trouble to make a
boy in his class understand a point in
his lesson. Finally, however, ho suc
ceeded, and, drawing a long breath,
remarked: "It It wasn't for tae you
would be the greatest donkey in this
Ought to Be Enough.
Physician at Watering Place to
Patient's Husband "And after all,
tho great thing for your wife Is ex
ercise. Docs she take any?" Pa
tient Husband "Take 'any! I should
say she did. Why, ? doctor, she
changeB her dress atHeast six times
a day." Stray Stories.
"They tell me," said Mr. Itobbetts,
"that the automobile is absolutely de
structive .of humility." "Wa-al, that
ain't much ot an objection," said the
rural sage. "They ain't so much hu
-mlllty lcftjlp. the-land-ibesB days that
tho loss , 'of 'It'll corned to much."" '
Barbers' and Cooks' Supplies,
Pocket Knives, Razors, Shears,
and Elite Pomade.
620 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
J H. SIMMONS, Prop.
915 Oak Street
BY DAY OR WEEK
Rates $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
HUU p)W WWW
Tho Clean Market Man
Oysters, Fish and Game in
Fancy Groceries and all Table
Courteous Treatment to All
1819 Howard Ave.
Bell Phone 3596 East
Kansas City. Missouri,
CHARLES T. WATTS
EXPERT PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER
' VOICING AND REGULATING
All Work Guaranteed. ,
1115 Highland Avenue. Bell Phone East 2446
KANSAS OITY, MO.
m Property of All Kinds For Sale
In Both Kansas Citys and Topeka
TERMS TO SUIT
MISS RUTH BRADLEY & CO
Main Office: 400 Haskell Ave.. Kansas City, Kas.
BELL PHONE WEST 644
Iraitsh Office: Pertsmeuth lldg., Sixth anri Mlnnssefa Ave.
Branch Office, Topcfca, Kas.i 410 Kansas Ave.
WORD8 OF APPRECIATION.
Sunday School Scholars.
The number of Sunday school schol
ars of all countries la about 27,000,000,
of whom 14,000,000, or Aore than half,
ore in the United States. ' England
and Wales come next with 7,000,000
no other country having as many as a
Cat's Sense of Smell.
Cats can smell' even during sleep.
If r piece of meat be placed Immedi
ately In front of a sleeping cat's nose
the nostrils will begin to work as the
scent is received, and an instant later
the cat will wake up.
Crow's Riht Way
J2th AND BALTIMORE
Home Phone Main 6267.
Work called for and delivered.
C. W. CROW.
Subbubs "What kind of people are
the Nextdores?" Outaways "He's
negligent and shiftless. The garden
hose he loans me Is full of holes and
he never thinks of fixing It!" New
Moro Mothers Testify to Merits of
XXth Century Hair Preparations.
Nelson, Mo., April 13, 1013.
Dear Madam Dabney:. I am writ
ing you for a small order. I want
you to please send by malj 3 bottles
of shampoo, 3 boxes of hair grower
and 2 boxes of pressing oil. I like
the remedy just fine; I would not be
without It for anything. I am using
It on my little girl's hair; It seems
to be helping It greatly.
MRS. ANNA DRUNER.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 20, 1913.
Dear Madam Dabney: I am u moth
er of four girls. In trying to Improve
their hair I had tried several prepara
tiqns, but none gave me good results
until I used Madam Dabney's XXth
Century Preparations. Their hair was
thin, harsh and would fall out so that
I dreaded to use a comb. Nqw their
hair Is growing nicely does not fall
out has no dandruff- -Is soft and pret
ty, Three ot these girls are attend
ing Wendell Phillips School, Howard
and .Vino streets,. Investigation wiH
Dear out my testimony, i would not
be without the XXth Century Prepa
ration In my house.
MRS. DORA HAWKINS,
2455 Woodland Ave.
A six week's treatment of Madam
P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair
Preparations Bent on receipt of P. O.
money order of ?1.25, or a single pack
age or XXth Century Hair Grower,
Pressing Oil or Shampoo sent for EOc,
Write today to Madam P. M. Dabney's
XXth Century Hair Preparations Co.,
1806 B. 24th St, Kansas City, Mo.,
Persons living Jn Kansas City who
cannot be supplied by their druggist
will be called upon by an agent on
dropping a postal card to the abov
address or calling Bell phone. East
Visiting Gull Honored.
"Tommy," a seagull which visits
Southwold, England, every fishing sea'
son, has been elected an honorary
member ot the Southwold Sea Anglers'
society, and adopted as the society's
It Was Hen ry.
"Hear that hen cackling?" said the
back-fence neighbor; "somebody's hen
must have laid an egg. "No," re
plied Mrs. Boggs, "that'fwas my bus
band. He's just laid a carpet."
Time for Silence.
Thero, is one man in the country
who says he Is abte to tell a woman's
ago by looking at her. Maybe he can,
bu( It he has any sense .he wpn't do
it Toledo Blade.
To Clean Door Mats.
To clean dobr mats put the mat Into
a bath of soapy water and, scrub with a
hard scrubbing brush. Then rinse well
in cold water, standing It up to dry.
Sea Furnishes Their' Living.
In Norway and Sweden 36 persons
out of every 1,000 live by seafaring,
Tho next best average In this parties
lar vocation Is Great Britain.
Here's the Recipe of Success.
The way to make a success bt any
job la to care whether you do It right
or not California Outlook.
Ditto When They Are Full.
Scientists have discovered that pco
pie. all in. love when the moon Is full
Detroit Free Press.
Weakness on both sides Is,-as wo
know, the motto ot all quarrel!. Vol
Kansas City Undertaking Do.
Mottoi Prompt attention and
Lady Attendants. Caskets and Carriages
Only Chapel Room in the City
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Home Phono, Maln334I.
dell Phone, Mln 3398.
1031-33 Independence, Ave.
KANSAS CITY, M0.
See Us for Your Christmas Presents
We most cordially Invite you and your friends to visit our little store
at your earliest opportunity and see for yourselves the line of Dry Goods
and Notions we carry. We hope we can gain your trade and sincerely
trust that you will help us build up a creditable race enterprise.
ALSO DESIGNING AND TAILORING
CLEANING AND DYEING
SPECIAL values In Overalls, Work Shirts, Gloves, Suspenders, Fancy
Shirts, Hosier', Linen Collars, Fancy Ties, Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Aprons,
Work Baskets, Thread, Underwear for men, women and children, Notions
and so forth.
LADEN BROS., HOLMES & CO,;
MRS. ANNIE HOLMES SALESLADY
2427 Vine Street
You Ail Know
Money to Loan on Every
thing. Big line of full Dress
Suits For Sale or Rent.
Sam Gingsberg, Prop,
812 MAIN STREFT
If you should ask a Kansas Cltyan a
to the most elegant and popular barber
shop In the city he would unhesitatingly
say The Palace Barber Shop at 1516 Eait
13th street (near Vine) owned by that
prince of good fellow Prof. J. C Hobbs
who also has next door one ot the neat
est and best kept Pool Halls in town.
Prof. Hobbs employes .only the Best
workmen among whom are Messrs. C 3.
Nelson, David Robinson, T. D. Henderson
H. S. JIcCrce and II. A. Peace, while ho
himself Is a barber of acknowledged abil
ity. Ernest Turner, the best known por-te-
In Kansas City, looks after the com
fort of his patrons with Miss Mary A.
Woodson, the neat and capable cashier.
Prpf. Hobbs Is also Kansas City's most
popular dancing master, being manager
of the People's Dancing Academy, whlc'a
dances every Thursday night at Lyrlo
Hall, 1731 Lydla avenue, all the latest
dances. Telephone. Bell 2833 Boat.
Y Calling Cards, Business Cards, Church, Society, Book and X
V. Stationery Printing of all kinds.
.' JNO. R- FAIRLEY, Mgr.
Sqoare Deal Printing Co.
J The Printing House for the two Kansas Citys. Our Facilities .
f for doing first class work unexcelled
f g?iTiMY GrS'nd 73 1 Lydia Ave. (Hod Carriers' Hall.)
Of Prof. S. J. MORTON'S
- DANCING ACADEMY
Monday Evening, December 8th, 913
ARMORY HALL Cottage & Vine Sts.
A variety of NEW DANCES will be introduced; making
the program entirely 'new to the people of Kansas City.
Prof. Wm. G, Melford's orchestra needs no introducticn.
INSTRUCTIONS FROM 8 TO IO l. M.
Children's Class, Saturday Afternoon from i P. M. to
4 P. M., during that time adults will not be admitted.
FROM 8 P. M. TO 12 P. M.