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title: 'The Kansas City sun. (Kansas City, Mo.) 1908-1924, August 08, 1914, Image 3',
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THOS. H. JACKSON,
The hustling and successful wor
shipful Master of Mt. Olive Lodge No.
S3, Kansas City, Mo., who has made
his lodge one of the best In the Jurisdiction.
GEO. R. COOPER
It you know your neighbor, you know me
For I am your neighbor's druggist
On the corner of 12th and Highland
Come in and see me, courteous treatment
and very "quick delivery service" will
make you want to come again.
Wo would like to seo some of the
Kansas City lodges try the Wllkerson
Lodge plan ol collecting dues by plac
ing the Secretary In the ante-rpom and
collecting from the brethren as they
enter for work. An assistant could
lake the proceedings of the- lodge
transactions In tho meantime and
much In the way of lectures and other
csterlc practice could be gone
through as well. After all the mem
bers havo entered tho room tho Sec
retary comes In and reads his report
of dues received, 'turning the money
ovor to the Treasurer. This plan is
so sensiblo that It seems a shortcom
ing to overlook Us advantages. Moro
members would attend the meetings
and the sessions being short and in'
terestinf, everybody would go away
'Tie rale's Heft! Ge.
Cut Rate Undertakers
Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers
"Do unto others as you would they
should do unto you."
LOW PRICES FIRST CLASS SERVICE.
When in need of an Undertaker call and get our prices and
look over our stock before going elsewhere.
Experienced and EDWARD JONES,
Practical Licensed L-'nbalmer. Manager.
HOME PHONE:, 816S MAIN.
DELL PHONG, I36S GRAND.
1211 EAST 18th STREET.
SIR NATHAN W. JORDAN,
Worshipful Master of Amos John,
ton Lodge, Kansas City, Mo., whose
honest and upright methods have add
ed many honorable and useful men to
his lodge and the fraternity this year.
KEEPS YOUR HOME
jCrnndvJIasteiJ.; A- .Henry'.of Hen-
nessee uieu recently at. ma nimio m
Chattanooga. He was one of the most
progressive, highly educated and cul
tured men of the race and his death
means an Immense loss to our craft.
Professor Henry made a high mark
as an educator and citizen as well as
a Mason and his funeral was attended
by the mayor and other officials of
this cltiy as well as by many of the
wealthiest privato citizens. During
.the four days In which his body lay
In state In a beautiful purple casket
' covered with a wealth of flowers over
five thousand persons paid him trib
ute in tearful farewell. He was not
only a Thirty-third Degree -Mason but
took a nactlve part in all departments
of the fraternity, thus showing a de
cree of zeal and energy seldom equal
Tennessee has our profound sympa
thy in her great bereavement.
Combination Pneumatic Sweeper (
'"PHIS Swiftly-Sweeping, Easy-Running DUNTLEY Sweeper
cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up
pins, lint, ravelmgs, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case
makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished, it readies
even the most difficult places, and. eliminates the necessity
of moving and lifting all heavy furniture.
The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or
small, can enjoy relief from Broom drudgery and protection from
the danger of Hying dust.
Duntlcy'ts the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sivccpcrs
Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and
revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guar
anteed. In buying a vacuum (.leaner, wny noi give
the "Duntley a trial in your nome at our expenser
Write today tor full particulars
Emery, . Bird, Thayer D. G. Co.,
f Kansas City, .MoV- r
u . 1
SOME OF THE STRUGGLES OF
THE NEGRO PRE8S.
One evening this week at the close
of a very busy day I drew mq Up at
my desk. Before mo was scattered a
mass of newspapers, all bearing the
distinction og colored. My already
tired brain and sun strained eyes al
most refused tho task that was set be
fore. Dut from somewhere and some
how I gained courage, and plunged In
by strtlng -with tho ono on top It was
the Oklahomar-O, there I go, I didn't
mean to call' any names, but the
press work on that particular pour-
nal was so poor that ono could not
even properly translate the answers
to Booker Washington's article, ask
ing for better, traveling accommoda
tions for Negro passengers over cer
tain railroad lines; which was brave
ly undertaken. Tho Dallas Express
came In for a similar criticism while
the Boston Alllanco and Conservative
Counsellor Is void of that harmon
ious toning with other parts of the
papers on account of too much front
page advertisenlent. In others there
were similar and even more grievous
Tho colored papers that take first
rank In typographical cleanliness and
mechanical accuracy are the Amster
dam News, Richmond Planet, Kansas
City Sun, and New York Ago.
It Is with no small degree of ap-
preclation that I review tho merits
and demerits of these Journals and
Journalists, who are struggling as i
am; for to publish a Negro Journal
at this perlbd means sacrifice at
every stopover. I see written in great
red headlines at the head of tho mean
est effort In the way of a Negro Jour
nal these words, "Self Sacrifice."
Our readers are more sensitive to
literary abuse in a race paper than
they are to the big dailies. I often
have a man come into my office to
.complain about a stick of matter up
sido down in the last issue of an artl
clo that was backed; up tbe wrong
way. Now, If he, perhaps, know that
my day had been 36 hours instead or
eight in comparison with his, instead
of criticising he would step In and
offer to pay his subscription with the
hope that his mtte might help a lit
tle In relieving the situation. For
whenever you see faults standing out
I conspicuously In Negro papers there
1 is but one conclusion to come to, and
that is that finance is oh, so short.
Now, don't stand apart and laugh
Jeeringly or criticise an- effort that
you yourself are not brave enough to
make. If you cannot give thousands,
you can give the widow's mite and
the least you pay on your subscrip
tion will bo precious In the editor's
sight. California Eagle.
Beat ail the Rest
ie!ley Milling Co.
K. C. U. S. A,
Property of AN Kinds For Sale
In Both Kansas Citys and ropeka
TERMS TO SUIT
MISS RUTH BRADLEY & CO.
Main Office: 400 Haskell Ave., Kansas City, Kas.
BELL PHONE WEST 644
Branch Office: Portsmouth Bldg., Sixth and Minnesota Ave.
Branch Office, Topcka, Kas.: 410 Kansas Ave.
SIR JOHN LANGE,
Kansas City, Mo., Manager of the
Blind Boone Concert Co. and one of
the oldest Past Officer of the Grand
Lodge of Missouri now living, who has
seen the Grand Lodge grow from eight
lodges to nearly 200.
Expert Dental Specialists
OF KANSAS CITY.
Ow work has stood t& test. W ktvro sm doing kick stass nsrsataaQ
wtsi Work tar tbs past 16 yssxs. Ws ksvs th on win is et sstlsfUrf isilaatth
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GET THE BEST
ADVERTISE YOUR SOCIETY.
We would like to see every lodge
and society in Kansas City put their
cards in The Sun. It Is the most pop
ular way to let the world know who
you are, when and where you meet
and your object and purpose. For the
next month we will make special an
nouncements to have you put In your,
ioage or society nsi 01 ot otneers in
TYPEWRITING DONE at Kansas
Hty Son office, lSOJEastjaghteenth.
itreet. Neat, quick work.1 Rates rea
lonable. Engagements by appoint
nent. Bell phone East 999.
Tfcs doctor who sxtraet your toath hra has tmdonbtadly sad mors sTpirt ntt
ta this 11ns than any othor dantlst i tfea titj, sa yo st t&a saoat espsue
arrioa, PsinlSM Xxtraeua& XSo.
paosa whors from oas ta tan tacts, tana
been lost vi replies with brides work. R
looks ths tarns as nataral tsath, lasts a
Urns and raqclra no plats. Brokca 4toi
Uath wa restore ta beat.tr and mssfatavssl
wit. srawBS of porosUia and pil.
Cold Crowns B3, 94 and 99
9Uvr rlllngm, TBo. and 9 1
White Crown 93, 9 and 99
flatlnm rilling M
rULL MKT TBKTM 9 TO 9
'NEW YORK DENTAL CO
Now Location 1017-19 Walnut St.
Over Jaccard's Jewelry store, x door north Emery, Bird, Thayer C
FRED MARSHOOK t
GROCERIES AND MEATS
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Everything Fresh .nd First Class
HOME PHONE 649$ MAIN
voo Charlotte Street Kansas City, Mo,
flKfiv . m
SIR 8. H. P. EDWARDS,
One of Kansas City's most promi
nent and popular Knights Templar.
MASONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION
R. T. Coles, Chairman.
E. S. Baker, Secretary.
It. W. Foster, Treasurer.
W. C. Mallory, Sandy Meyers,
Tfm. Washington, Geo. Bradley,
T. W. H. Williams, H. B, Edwards, .
J. E. Herriford, E. Q. Lacey,
E. Q. Miller, W. C. Hueston.
Prltchard Lodge No. -42, A. T.
and A. M., meets the 2nd and
4th Monday In each month. All
Master Masons In good standing
welcome. It Oreer, W. M.; J.
II. Snlglner, Sec'y.
Rone Lodge No. 25, A. F. and
A. M., meets the 1st and Srt
Monday in each month. All
Master Masons In good standing
welcome. F. W. Gllmore, W.
M.; T. J. McCampbell, Sec'y.
Mt. Olive Lodge No. 53, A. F.
and A. M., meets the 2nd and
4th Friday In every month. Vis
ltlng Master Masons are wel
come. Thos. Jackson, W. M.J
Frank Lowe, Secretary, IBIS
U. B. F.
King of the West Lodge No.
218 meets first and third Mon
days in each month at 663
Grand avenue. D. M. West,
W. M., 1718 Euclid; Jas. Har
ris, Sec'y, 1732 Woodland Ave.
FRED a GILMORE,
A popular Past Master of Rone Lodge
No. 25, Kansas City, Mo., and one' of
the race's substantial men.
The Negroes of Alabama baye built
a railroad not as long, perhaps, as
the Pennsylvania or the h. & N., but
it is Just ns wide. The master mind
ihat conceived and executed the stu
pendous task of building this line Is
WilllamE., Benson, tho constructive
lead' ot. the Kowallga Institute. The
-joadf'is flfteenmllea In length and
runs from kowallga to Alexander.
This would be "a grand old world If
people could purchase experience on
trial, -with tho privilege ot returning
it it not satisfactory.
Mme. Benton Dean, the popular
milliner, has moved to 1010 Troost
avenue, 'whero sho Is elegantly lo
cated and will be extremely pleased
to meet her many friends ana cus
tomers at that number,
phone Main 2102J.
DO YOU LIKE IT?
Do you know you can get it for
ONE YEAR for ONE DOLLAR
AND FIFTY CENTS. Sent anywhere in the
ORDER NOW! OUR PHONE IS rBELL EAST 999. v
us, write, or see our agents. ;
1803 East 18th Street. .NELSON C. REWS, Editor and Owner.
DR. M. G. BROOKINS
1816 Woodland Avenue
Bell Phone East 838. Home
Phone Main 2554.
Office Hours: 10 to 12; 2 to 4;
6 to 9 p. m.
Calls Answered Day or Night.
8 to 12 m. & 1 to 5 p. m.
Sunday by Appointment
Bell Grand 2553W
E. c. bj;i
Gold Crown, Bridges and
Plates A Specialty
H6 East 12th St. Kansas City, Mo.
BEDFORD'S HAIR GROWER.
Mrs. C. A.. Smith
has opened a branch office of
MRS. S. BEDFORD'S
Wonderful Hair Grower &
This treatment has proved to be a
wonderful success. Mrs. Smith will
receive patients for treatment from
From 6i30 a. m. to 6i00 p. m. at
her residence. 11th and Highland
Every Ingredient used on the hatr
Is perfectly safe and
Guar&uteed to Give S&titUction
Bell Phone, East 4975.
Best Shine in K. C.
For Ladies & Gents
The Kansas City Son.
The New. York Age,
and All Daily Papers
Ice Cream and Soda
Cigars and, Tobacco
170a East x8th St