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TILE KANSAH U1TY SUN, SATURDAY, FEBItUATtY 15, 1919.
FVom Our Foreign
A. F. & A. M., Missouri Jurisdiction
W. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand
C. C. Clark, St. Louis, Mo., Dep.
Ernest Boone, Louisiana, Mo., Sen
ior Grand Warden.
I. H. Bradbury, St. Louis, Mo., Jun
ior Grand Warden.
II. II. Walker, St. Joseph, Mo., Grand
George W. K. Love, Kansas City,
Nelson C. Crows, Kansas City, Re
E. G. Lacey, Kansas City, G. L. 1st
E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., G. L., 2d
OFFICERS OF GRAND CHAPTER,
R. A. M.
Missouri and Jurisdiction, 1919.
T. G. McCampbell, G. II. F., Quln
A. L. Thomas, D. G. H. P., Jeffer
Bon City, Mo.
J. P. Moffett, G. King, Sedalla, Mo.
S. A. May, G. Scribe, St. Louis, Mo,
Charles Griggsby, G. Trcas., Liberty,
E. S. Baker, G. Secretary, Kansas
OFFICERS OF GRAND COMMAND.
ERY, K. T.
Mlssuri and Jurisdiction,
Jos. H. Sherwood, R.E.G.C., St. Paul,
G. Washington Lewis, D.E.G.C., St.
C. Brasfleld, E.G.O., Kansas City,
B. F. Graves, E.G.C., General, St.
Thomas A. Marshall, E.G.S.W., St.
Wm. Lamb, E.G.J.W., Kansas City,
W. A. Ashley, E.G., Prelate, St.
J. H. Kenner, E.G., Treasurer, Mar
Itobt. A. James, E.G., Sentinel, St.
James T. Connor, E.G., Recorder,
St. Louis, Mo.
Rons Lodge No. 25, A. F. and
A. M., meets the 1st and 3rd
Xfnnrtnv In each month. All
Master Masons In good standing
welcome. F. A. McWHUams, w,
U.i C. H. Countee, Seo'y.
The William Stanley Bralthwalto
Literary Society rendered an excel
lent program Friday evening. The
recitation by Little Miss Pooler and
vocal duet by Frances Akers and
Molba Marlow were noteworthy
Our school will observe Lincoln and
Washington's Birthday, also Fred
erick Douglass Day.... Mr. and Mrs.
I. H. Peeler entertained with a birth
day party in honor of their son....
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Akers received a
letter from their son, Homer, who -is
overseas Mr. Nathaniel Thomp
son was In Richmond Sunday to see
his brother, James, who suffered with
a broken leg last week. Sunday
was Quarterly Meeting Day. Presid
ing Elder Brooks was here.
Rev. Jas. Arthur, the pastor of the
A. M. E. Church, is doing nicely.
This Is his first year The Mission
Circle, the Women's Aid Society and
the Literary Society are doing nicely.
Mr. Wlndley, a young soldier, was
a visitor at our Church Sunday
Mrs. Blanche Blake, the Evangelist
of Kansas City, Is running a revival
for Rev. Arthur Tho young people
of Nevada have organized a Literary
Society. President, M. Dale; Secre
tary, Miss H. H. Dale A birthday
party was given at the home, January
11, in honor of Mr. Marion Dale's 44th
birthday. He received many useful
presents. Tho home was tastefully
decorated with Tarnations and ferns.
The A. M. E. Church is having
great success under the leadership of
the pastor. Rev. J. A. Arthur The
Mite Missionary Society met at the
residence of Mrs. Hattio Nelson,
January 11. There was a good attend
ance. Lunch was served Mrs.
Martha Estel entertained the A. M. E.
Church Aid Society at the Church,
January 1". Mrs. Henry Johnson,
president; Mrs. Bertha Blake, Secretary.
Liberty Lodge No. 37, A. T.
and A. 1L, Liberty, Mo., meets
the 2nd and 4th Saturday
nights In each month. Nelson
Wallar, V7. M.; Robert Dodo,
St. Stephens Chapter No. 37,
Royal Arch Masons, Liberty,
Mo. Meets first Tueaday In
each month. Nelson 'Wallar
H. P. Win. Capps, Recorder.
St. Mattht Commsnrtsry
No. 17, Liberty. Uo., meets
the third Saturday nlL
. n 1 T71 . wT T
jSl Robinson, Reo. Bfy.
E. A. Walker Lodue No.
257. II. B. P.. meets the 2nd
ksuid 4th Fridays ot the month
at 14Q3 Michigan Ave. i. n.
tlobertson, w. u mo ta,
14th St. W. Vf. Watklns,
Sec 1629 Virginia.
MASONIC BUILDINQ ASSOCIATION
T. G. McCampbell, President.
E. B. Thompson, Vice President
W. H. Washington, Treasurer.
W. H. Brown, Secretary.
Board of Directors:
W. G. Mosely, B. Myers,
W. H. Brown. E. S. Baker,
W. R. Patterson. M. W. Wilson,
B. It. Francis. Richard Harris
E. S. Miller, R. Fulbright.
S. H. P. Edwards,
Meets second and fourth Tuesday
In each month.
By J. E. W. Clarke.
"One may say too much even upon
the best subject.". .. .Rev. H. C. Par
sons was out of the city on business
last week The Bright Star Club
met at the parsonage on the 4th and
announced success of their baking
sale "A Child Shall Lead Them"
Is the title of a Cantata rendered un
der the auspices of the Juvenile Mis
sionary Society of St. James church.
So well was tho rendition on Sunday
afternoon accomplished, upon the re
quest of the pastor. Rev. Martin, It
was repeated Sunday evening, the
9th. The participants were as fol
lows: Lolita Walker, Marie Baker and
Naoma Howard, assisted by the so
ciety, led the opening song, "I'll Be a
Sunbeam;" Prayer, Rev. George F.
Martin; First Reader, Mrs. Myrtle
Martin; Second Reader, Mrs. Sarah
Ingram; Solo, "Tho Rosary," Mrs.
Sadie Ford; Peroration, Mrs. Ada
Gordon. Adult singing, led by the
choir of such songs as "We're March'
ing to Zion," "The Haven of Rest,"
gave a sort of community interest to
the program. Mrs. Mary E. Clarke,
chairman of the program committee
of the society, had charge of the Can
tata The Pleasant Hour Club was
the guest of Mrs. Edward Johnson on
the afternoon of the 5th, and listened
to a paper, "Will the American Ne
gro Be Benefited by the World War
for Democracy." The discussion was
lively from beginning to end, result
ing In a most interesting meeting.
The paper was by Mrs. M. A. Lowery,
Rev. L. E. Mathis, Sergeant ot
Medical Department, 529th Engineers,
preached Sunday night, the 2nd, at
St. James church, and on the follow
ing night lectured upon his overseas
trip to a fair audience Corporal
Albert D. Marshall writes his mother
he has fully recovered Senate Bill
81, introduced by Senator Edwards,
Greenwood Baptist Church, 18th and
Clark Chapel M. B. Church, 1664 Madi
iietnel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora.
St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char
Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and
Second baptist Church, 10th and Char-
Allen Chapel A. M. B. Church, 10th and
TEbenexei A. M. E. Church, 17th and
St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and
St. John's A. M. E. Church, 174S Belle-
Seventh Dar Ad vent lit, 23d and Woodland.
St. Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla.
Vine St. Baptist Church. 1126 Vine St.
Ward Chapel A M. E. Church, 11th sod
1 . - Tl.ntl.t liiHih 4411 Vina
Highland Avenuu Baptist Church, 1111
Si James A. M. H. Zlon Church, 1823
Second Christian Church, 24th and
Friendship Baptist Church. Seventeenth
C M. E. Church. 1817 Mora Ave.
St. James Baptist Church. 4039 Mill St.
8L .Luke's A. M. E. rihurch, 43rd and
KANSAS CITY. KAN. CHURCHES.
Church of the Ascension Episcopal
rhira ana Stewart, Kansas uitr, Kans.
First A. M. B. Church. 8th and Neb,
Eighth St. Baptist Church, 8th and
Metropolitan Baptist Church, Itb and
Bethel A. M. E. Church, Water and
St Paul A. M. E. Church, 21st and
First BaDtlst Church. 6th and Neb.
King 8olomon Baptist Church, 3rd anil
Qumdaro A. M. B. Church, Qulndaro.
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, Rose
M. E. Church. Ith and Oakland.
Second Baptist Church, 24th sod Ruby.
Wesley Chapel M. B., 106 Shawnee.
Bethel A M. IB. Church, Rosedale- Kan.
Tabernacle Baptist Church. 766 Muncle
Bird., Armstrong, Kaaa. Rev. D. Nor
vices were carried out. Quarterly
Conference was held on Monday
night Rev. Johnson of Omaha
preached for tho Mt, Zlon Baptist con
gregation last Sunday and was a fair
speaker. Mrs. R. E. Edwards is
recovering from a recent Illness
W. R. Colley recolvod a telegram from
his son, Lieut Horace Colley, stating
that he had arrived from "overseas"
and was feeling fine..... Rev. A. C.
Torrlll W83 in tho city a few days last
weok Mrs. J. T. Wright is homo
from a brief visit in Denver, Colo.
By Jesse H. Smith.
The weather still remains warm,
even though tho groundhog saw his
shadow.... Mrs. R. B. Smith is con
fined at home on account of illness.
.brother Wallace Hagan will make
a fine preacher. His first attempt
Sunday night proved successful
Things are very much unsettled in
our city at the present time and there
may be a general strike.. . .Mrs. Mag-
glo Spauldlng, of California, Is still in
tho city Mrs. Maggie Buchanan is
still confined to her home Rev.
E. B. Reed, Rev. G. S. Allen and L. C.
Foreman went to Helena this week
to attend the Legislature Every
body's News Stand carries what you
want in the line of literature, also ice
cream and soft drinks.
By Mrs. A. R. Fox.
Last Sunday was Christian Endea
vor Day at Bethel A. M. E. Church.
At the morning servlco the pastor
preached a special sermon to the En
deavorers from the text, Isaiah 62:1.
At the evening sen-ice a very inter
esting program was rendered. .. .Mrs.
Mary Robinson, who has been quite
ill, Is improving Mrs. Chappie Grif
fin of St Louis was called here by
tho Illness of her brother, Mr. Will
Allen The Rev. Mr. Stewart and
wife of Iowa were visitors at the
Baptist church last Sunday Quite
an Interesting program was rendered
at Western College on last Friday
evening. One of the features of the
evening's entertainment was a de-
entered tho health crusodo. Will tho
parents help them keop tho eleven
health chores for twelve weeks so
they may become a real Knight Ban
neret and wear a gold Knighthood
pin?.... Mrs. Flecnor entertained a
fow friends at 6 o'clock dinner Tues
day, complimentary to Mrs. Alvery,
her house guest.
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
Memorial services were held at the
Ar M. E. Church Sunday. The speak
ers were: Prof. Black, Rev. Maloney,
Mrs. J. W. Oliver.... Mrs. Lena Har
per Is on tho sick list.... At Holscy
Chapel C. M. E. Church Sunday was
a high day in Zlon. Rev. Blacksher,
tho pastor preached a glorious ser
mon at 11 a. m. Thoro wero two ad
ditions. .. .Sunday will be our first
Quarterly Meeting Mrs. Nellie
Carter is on the sick list. . . .Mrs.
Ethyl Bledsoe has been Indisposed.
....The dinner given nt tho church
Thursday was a success. .. .Mrs.
Martha Bell Is suffering from an at
tack of la grippe.. . .Mr. Will Garner
of Richmond, Mo., was In tho city last
week. ...Mrs. Laura Pitts Is some
what improved.... Mr. J. Barnes of
Atchison, Kas., is visiting In tho city.
Miss Marguerite Kimbrough is on
tho sick list.... Mrs. MacWllliams is
in tho city to remain indefinitely.
....Mr. Dan Strong died Saturday
evening and leaves a wife, father,
and brother to mourn his loss.... Mr.
Robert P. King died Saturday, Febr
uary 8, His is in New York, but had'
lived hero five years. He leaves an
aged mother and many friends to
mourn his loss.
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
By U. S. Grant Tayes.
The Thomas sisters are scheduled
to render a program at the A. M. E.
Church Monday afternoon, February
17th Rev. Curry, the efficient pas
tor, is putting llfo Into his church....
The appellation given the two social
functions was "The Feast in the Wil
derness," and the name was by no
means misapplied for the crowd was
given the delicacies of the season.
WHEN TO CACKLE.
By C. Horatio Warrick.
'Taint no fair to cackle when the other chicken lays,
Reading Colored papers that the other fellow buys, '
Send in your subscription, and the "SUN" will come to you,
Then rear-back, and cackle, cause you're laying "Nest-eggs too.
What? it alnt my business to be butting In, you say?
Anything that's "SAMBO'S" just the same belongs to me;
And I am my rights within, any old time, or place, c
To boost a cause that's worthy, and is lifting up my race.
Early in the morning just before the frost is gone.
Send in your subscription to "THE KANSAS CITY SUN."
It will rise, and you'll rlBe with it, and by the time its noon,
The RACE, YOU5 and the PAPER will be given JUSTICE soon.
If you think I'm joking (which would be nothing new),
You just ask SAM and BETTY, they'll tell you what to do;
You read there of the NEGRO, and his strong desire to rise
Above the "Common Quick Sand" that he wades In to his eyes.
You read of Crimes, and Crisis, that's heaped upon our Race,
By that predomination, that wears the pale. Rod Face;
That hypocritlc people, that says to you, and me
"To war, to war, my Comrades, fight for democracy."
And when we cry "We'RE COMING, THREE HUNDRED THOU
Hoping that mobs, and lynching, will also "Come along,"
WE'RE COMING, YES WE'RE COMING, they tell us to keep
That these are "LOCAL MATTERS," we'll thrash them out at home
Let's watch these "Local Matters," let's see Just what Is done,
YOU ASK ME WHERE? REMEMBER "THE KANSAS CITY SUN."
cess Sunday both financially and spir
itually, $150 being raised on tho table.
....Do not forget Quarterly Meeting
at St -Paul Sunday,... Mrs. Marguer
ite Bowler, who Is teaching in Sedalla
this year, spent Sunday at homo on
business.... Mrs. Maude Williams is
visiting in Kansas City this week....
The Relief Club of the St. Lulfe M.
E. Church met at Mrs. Minnie Fish
er's residence Tuesday evening.... If
you havo not subscribed for Tho Sun,
do so, for it is tho greatest Negro
paper in tho West, and your support
will make it greater. Home is not
homo without The Sun.... Tho elab
orate banquet served by the following
ladles: Madams Annie Porter, J. E.
Jones, Besslo Washington, Lola Fos
ter, Amelia C. Carter, Parker, Hughes,
Rummlns, Sallle Brown, Bessie
Brown and Minnie Robinson. Great
credit Is duo Rev. J. D. Mitchell,
Henry Klrkland and Wallace Lilly for
planning and carrying out this splen
did affair.... We are glad to see the
churches of Columbia doing so nlcoly.
We also wish to say that tho members
of St. Paul A. M. E. Church should
feel proud to havo as their pastor
Rev. M. S. Bryant.... Douglass School
Is doing somo fine work and Prof.
J. E. Jones arid his corps of teachers
are to be congratulated and in every
effort they p.ut forth we should sup
port them and show our appreciation
for their labors with our children and
our race.... Call 384 and subscribe
for Tho Sun; also tell your news.
Mrs. Geneva Smith received a let
ter from her husband, James Smith,
who Is overseas.... Mr. Clifton and
Miss Hazel Johnson were married at
tho A. M. E. Church parsonage. .. .
Tho stork visited the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Gunn and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Williams, leaving a girl
at each home, and at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. David Devers, leaving
a boy.... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hicks
shopped in Kansas City Tuesday.
bate.... The Sewing Circle was very
royally entertained at tho home of
tho president, Mrs. Susie Trice, last
Thursday evening. After tho work
hour a very sumptuous repast was
to prevent discrimination on account j served. .. .The Macon Woman's Club
oi cuiur, riiuc ui icueiuu, noo "'"--was enieriaineu Dy Mrs. naiuo jNicn
ably recommended to tho Senate, at
ter consideration by the committee on
counties and towns. Mr. L. C. Fore
man of Butte is the author of the bill,
and with Rev. E. B. Reed and Rev.
George Allen of Butte, and Rev.
George F. Martin, appeared before the
committee in behalf of the bill. Others
of the committee who were to appear
were Rev. H. C. Parsons, Mrs. O. E.
Ruffln and J. E. W. Clarke Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Crump and Mrs. M. A.
Lowery entertained Rev. L. E. Mathis
and Rev. and Mrs. Geo. F. Martin at
dinner on the evening of the 3rd....
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ingram gave a
noon dinner, complimentary to Rev.
L. E. Mathis. Other guests were Rev.
and Mrs. George F. Martin. .. .Mrs.
K. C. Smith, who has been ill for sev
eral weeks, Is very much improved.
....A letter from Jack Napper, who
Is now a Jack Tar, says he Is basking
In the sunlight off Panama
By W. W.iMosley.
Mrs. Sylvia Thomas and her moth
er, Mrs. Spicer, left Saturday for Kan
sas City, in response ,to her sister's
serious illness Mr. Pace of Hia
watha, Kan., spent several days in
the city this week J. P. Saunders
is reported on the sick list The
N. A. A. C. P. will celebrate Lincoln
and Washington's Birthdays In the
Third Christian Church Friday night,
February 21. A 'most excellent pro
gram will be rendered. .. .Sunday was
Quarterly Meeting at tho A. M. E.
Church. Presiding Elder A. C. Ter-
rill was not present With the aid
ot local ministers, Communion Ser-
ols last Saturday afternoon. After
the business hour, very dainty re
freshments were served by the host
ess. The club will hold its next meet
ing with the president, Mrs. A R.
Fox, Saturday, March 1st, at which
time Mrs. Lillian Booker will give us
an address on the National Federa
tion meeting which was held In Den
ver last July. At the meeting wo wero
glad to welcome Miss Dixie Harris
as a new member. ...The Stewardess
Board ot Bethel A. M. E. Church will
give a sheet and pillow case enter
tainment Friday evening, March 7.
....Tho Alumni Association ot Lin
coln Institute (local) of which the
Hon. Dr. Scruggs is its highly re
spected president, will meet at his
residence (the Baptist parsonage) Fri
day, February 14th. ' A nice program
is expected. President Richardson
has been invited to be with us....
Mrs. Leona Jennings Straks, who has
been Blck for a tew weeks, accompa
nied her mother, Mrs. Mollte Lllllard
to their homo in Warrensburg. Mrs.
Starks is a Senior at Lincoln Insti
tute and is expected to graduate this
summer. Word lias been received
that she is geing along nicely...
Mrs. Grant Tolbcrt likes The Sun and
sends it to her son, Johnnie, in seat-
tie, Wash Miss Pearl Woolrldge,
who has been indisposed, ls-out again,
....Mrs. Duke Diggs entertained the
ladies of tho Missionary Society of
the Baptist Church last week..
Roosevelt Memorial services were
held by the fiftieth general assembly
of Missouri In tho hall of representa
tives Sunday, February 9 th. A great
crowd of both colored and white wero
present.... The A. M. E. Zlon church
Is progressing nicely under the splen
did pastorate of Rev. E. J. Dodson
and his able corps of officers. .. .Mrs,
Frank Berry, while making a fire the
first of last week, mistook the' gaso
line can for the coal oil can and was
dreadfully burned about tho body.
She is doing nicely. Telephone news
to 223 Bluo.
Miss Alice Rogers, a teacher In At
tucks School, was pleasantly sur
prised Saturday afternoon by the pu
pils in her room. Miss Maude Hud
gins, a teacher in Wendell Phillips
School, Kansas City, Mo., was a guest
and an enjoyable afternoon was spent.
....Mesdames Mollie. Walker and E.
B. Lacey havo returned to tljelr home
In Topeka, Kas. They were called
here to attend the funeral of their
niece, Mrs. Anna Payne, who died In
Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Payne is a
cousin of Mrs. John Ralls ot this
city.... All services at the Pleasant
Valley Baptist Church were well at
tended Sunday. In the morning the
pastor delivered a soul stirring ser
mon. There were two additions to
the church. We were favored1 with a
beautiful solo by Mrs. A Mooro of
Kansas City, Mo, and a nice offering
was given as an appreciation,... In
the afternoon Memorial services were
held for Colonel Theodore Roosevelt
and the- following interesting program
Master of Ceremonies Mrs. H. B.
Invocation Rev. J: R. Williams.
Patriotic Poem Mr. J. L. Pearson.
Historical Paper Mrs. J. R. Wil
Paper "Life of Theodore Roosfe-
velt" Miss Irene Atkins.
General remarks, touching on the
llfo of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, by
several persons In the audience.
Tho pastor, Rev. J. R. Williams,
delivered an eloquent address, sub
ject, "Colonel Roosevelt ns an Organ
izer," which stirred the hearts of his
hearers and very much inspiration
was received by all.
Mr. William Kimball and Mrs. Sal
lle Slmms were quietly married Tues
day evening by Rev. J. R. Williams
at his residence Mr. Frank Austin
and Mrs. Josephine Norrls wero quiet
ly married at the residence ot the
bride in Kansas City, Mo., Tuesday
evening, February 4th. Mr. and Mrs.
Austin left for Edgeman, S. D., Thurs
Mrs. Nan Fields was hostess at
dinner Friday, complimentary to Mrs,
Fleener and her guest, Mrs. Alvery,
of St. Joseph, Mo. Covers were laid
for seven Mr. William Carter re
turned from a visit in Fulton and Co
lumbia, Mo. ...Mrs. Lena Mosely
went to Kansas City Sunday to visit
her daughter and son-in-law, Rev. and
Mrs. Fred Johnson. .. .Mrs. Laura
Carter is visiting her father, 'Mr. W11-.
11am Carter... .Mrs. Senora Palmer is
on the sick list. .. .Please pay your
subscriptions. Call 571.... Tho A. C.
E. had beautiful services Sunday,
Each meeting from Sunday School in
tho morning to the program at 8:30 1 Tho Allen Christian Endeavor
p. m. was a success. Ten dollars was League rendered a special program
taKen up during the day. .. .we were Sunday evening.... Mr. and Mrs
glad to see Mr. Dorrel Carriager, who Frank Williams had. as dinner guests
has been 111, out to services Sunday. Sunday Sergt,. and Mrs. Amos Bart-
....Mrs. M. A. Good en was hostess lett....Mlss Mabel Thunnan of Kan-
at dinnor Sunday, complimentary to sas City, Mo., is visiting her father,
Mrs. Alvery of St Joseph, Mo.... Rev. Thurman,...Tho Pew Rally at
The pupils ot Douglass School hayo tho Baptist Church was quite a suc-
Peoples Drug Store
Northeast corner of Eighteenth Street and the Pat eo
. For fourteen years we have serv
ed you. We have never substi
tuted nor given you an inferior
article. We carry everything
in the Drug line, all the latest
and best toilet articles. We
deliver anything to any part of
the city - - promptly - -call us up.
Bell East 1814 Home East 4082
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The Kansas City 'Sun and
leading papers from fourteen
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2946 State Street, Chicago, III.
It is hoped that when the
workers for tho National Negro
3. Constitutional Conservation
League of America call upon
you, you will give them tho same
consideration that was given the
workers for tho Red Cross and
other such organizations, as' this
is the first time the Negro has
had an opportunity to support a
great and much needed move
ment, organized, fostered and
managed by him exclusively
and one that he Is to receive all
the benefits therefrom.
The history of Kansas City records but one real, legitimate,
aompetent, established Negro jeweler, and he is
J. A. Wilson
at 1610 W. 9th St. Half block west of Wyoming EL
Mr. Wilson sells
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Staple Jewelry
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