THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY", FEBRUARY 22, 1919.
With Your Money Invested, 'tis Most Unwise ToDrift Along and Not Advertise
R. L HOPKINS
Tailor and Cleaner!
"Wo are now in a position to offer the public more efficient
service in our tailoring department having recently added a
modern pressing machine which will enable us to more than
double our work.
A Full Line of Dry Goods and Nations in Connection.
R. L. HOPKINS, Prop.
2416-2418 VINE STREET
Bell Phone, East 4242J. R. L. HOPKINS, Prop.
MRS. DAISY FOSTER DREW
Our Ideal Hair Grower positively promotes a beautiful growth of
hair, removes dandruff and relieves itching scalp. Ideal pressing oil
makes the hair soft and glossy. Agents wanted everywhere. Call and
be convinced. 1215 Paseo. Bell Phone East 4067M.
Mme. Eliza Dlshman, Demonstrator and Instructor
DeNeal Modern Method of Beauty
Culture and Hair Growing Special Scalp Treatment
Combings Made Up.
MANICURING AND FACIAL TREATMENT
"DENELS," a real Hair Grower, stops itchy scalps and falling
hair, nourishes the roots,- increases circulation, refreshes and in
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with "DENELS." The straightener and grower all in one.
1515 E. 12th Street Bell Phone E. 4631
Gray Hair Ages Your Face 10 Years
Thomas' Hair Dye is absolutely harmless
and will make the hair grow. Sold with a
money-back guarantee. All colors. Price, $1.50.
Samples, 25c coin, 10c postage.
If you have any kind of scalp trouble, de
scribe your physical condition and a stamp will
bring you literature. Individual attention to
aach case. Don't pin your faith to dreams and
ignorant superstition. There is a reason for all your ills
and a cure for most of them. May I be of service to yout
MME. ALYCE II. THOMAS
3427 VERNON AVENUE CHICAGO, ILL.
Do you need money
Wo have plenty of money to loan
to rooming house keepers on short
time. Must havo reference.
can obtain a loan through eur
agency and pay It back by weekly
IF YOUR HOUSE NEEDS
repairing, painting or papering.' get
a loan and put In Its necesary
Our Dudnets la Strictly
Bell Phone, Grand 4204.
Heme. Delaware 950.
W. H. RAYNOR,
2442 Highland Ave.
Bell Phone Eatt 5388
Office Hor f!Mi
DR. A. A. MAYER
Prescription Glasses Prescribed
2111 1-2 Vine Street,
Kansas City, Mo.
The Old Reliable
Pays Highest Cash Prices for
Rags, Iron, Metal
1006-8 North Third Street
Kansas City, Kansas
Bell Phone West 3577
Home Phone West 632
SAMUEL DIGGS, Prop.
OUR NEW HOME
25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED
Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the
Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture
and all Branches of Beauty Culture
Terms Moderate ., , . ;, Diplomas Gives
Write Today for Further Information
,i.v Poro . Corner v
That many of the returned sol
diers are taking the "Joy out of life"
for their wives because the allowances
will bocut oft.
Sunday morning," but before tho
preacher could get In action every
body was gone, Including tho good
brothor who was singing "God Will
Take Care of You." Ho decided the
best thing for him to do was to take
caro of himself.
-Call West 380,
That the policy writers thought
an earthquake struck the city the oth
er day when the police made a grand
rush and raided their wheel.
That there are a number of Ne
groes In this city giving checks on
banks In which they have no account
who are due to be doing tho lock-step
In Jeff City In the very near future.
That sensational revelations are
threatening in a divorce case now
pending which will shake Kansas City
Negro society like a bomb-shell, from
center to circumference. Well, let her
shake, what do we care?
That a fond mother was "show
ing off" her little daughter to some
guests one evening when one of the
guests remarked: "I am sure she Is
quite a companion for you," and the
little daughter, not waiting for her
mother to answer, said, "Yes, ma'am,
I am, because Papa stays out so many
nights; mother just couldn't do wltho
out me." Papa and Mother bath
That a certain prominent lady
went home the other day and discov
ered that her new player piano had
been removed. She at once became
alarmed and knowing the company
had the instrument Insured, immedi
ately notified them that the player had
been stolen. The manager, however,
assured her that the company thought
best to allow the player to rest awhile
In the store until she could catch up
her payments. She Is telllnc her
neighbors that the old player didn't
work very well and she just sent It
McCAMPBELL ROYALLY ENTER
TAINED. Grand High Priest T. G. McCampbcll
of tho Itoyal Arch Chapter, Masons of
Missouri returned home last Mondaj
from a visit to Dethel Chapter No. 2S
St. Paul, Minn. Brother McCampboll
was royally ontcrtaincd and winding
up with an elegant reception at the
residence of Eminent Commander .lose
H. Sherwood at which were present
some of the most eminent citizens of
St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn., among
whom were: Messrs. and Mesdames,
J. W. Kelly, J. Q. Adams, C. H. Robin
son, W. F. T. Chanler, O. D. Howard,
S. L. Maxwell and little Bill, W. A. HI1
yard, Q. Hicks, Phillip Marweather,
Kelly Turner, Jas A. Itoberts, Geo. L.
Hoage, P. B. Simpson, Mesdames W. A.
Benjamin, Geo. Duckett, S. Edward
Hall, Geo. Moore, James Ward, W. It.
Donovan, Anna Bell Harris, Bronson,
John Owens and Miss Brown, Messrs,
Robert Jackson, Walker Williams,
EIGHTH GREAT RECEPTION.
Chicago, III., Feb. 20. t'ho most gi
gantic nnd wonderful public demon
stration ever held In tho city of Chi
cago, took place Monday when the
370th infantry, tho old Eighth Illinois,
was welcomed home by the populace.
It Is not tho word of an enthused in
dividual patriot, but tho published ex
pression of every dally newspaper In
Chicago, and all leading authorities,
that never has Chicago seen anything
to equal the Monday demonstration.
It was more than an event, It marks
an epoch, and It is in this light that
the story of tho occasion is treated.
Never have the Chicago daily news
papers given so much space In news,
illustrations and editorials to anything
In which the Negro was connected.
Great full-page wide headlines, full
page Illustrations and column editori
als announced and welcomed the dusky
heroes who achieved undying fame on
tha world battle fields of France.
Let It be thorouglfly understood that
It was not a Race event. It was a truly
Chicago event In all that the word
Implies, and Us effect will bo felt
throughout the nation. More, than
500,000 people viewed the parade In
which the conquering heroes marched
through the principal thoroughfares of
Chicago s famous loop business dis
trict. Business was suspended every
where, and the enthusiasm of all the
Hon. T. G. McCampbel, Grand n.ah Priest Royal Arch Masons of Mis
souri and jurisdiction who has brought the Grand Chapter to a high degree
of perfection during the past few, ye ars.
That a- preacher complained that
he was not getting the salary that his
flock promised him and when he had
finished verbally chastising them an
old brother started to singing "God
Will Take Care of You." The old
preacher became infuriated and whip
ping out a 44 gat, said, "Well, If you
Niggahs don' pay me, de undertaker
will take cab. of some of yu foh next
We must nor only
feed our Soldiers
at the front but
tho millions of
-i women 6- children
behind our linos'
WASTE NOTl UNO
Lydia at 17th Stree:
Boll Grand 3387
CLEANING PRESSING NOTIONS
Kansas City, Mo.
MISS MAYME LOGAN
Madame Walker's System
Bell Phone, East 12031606 Garfield Ave.
people showed without doubt that Chi
cago, with Its great cosmpolltan popu
lation, Is the climax American city
of true democracy and justice.
There was speech making by Mayor
Thompson, Col. Thomas Roberts, Col.
Otis Duncan and others, and the one
fact Impressed on all was this: The
day has come when tho door of op
portunity in the United States is
opened at all hazards.
The men were attired in full mili
tary equipment, with steel helmets,
rifles, cartridge belts, and the para
phernalla with which they chased the
Germans back across the Hlndenberg
line. They are the first soldiers out
of Chicago who actually participated
in the fighting, to return as a unit.
Looking to the future, after the men
have been demobilized, tho fighting
men have returned home with the
same grim determination to enter Into
civic life that they used in chasing the
Huns back Into their own country.
Capt. Lewis El Johnson, an attorney In
civil life and the man who built the
first great Negro Y. M. C. A. in this
country at Washington, expressed the
sentiment of the men when he said
"Wo intend to get Into political and
civic affairs, and we are determined to
be heard. We sacrificed that democ
racy might be made safe, and wo are
Elng to have some say in seeing how
thfl game is carried on at home."
Lieut. Col. Duncan, the man of whom
It .was said: "He didn't have sense
enough to know when to stop fight
ing," stated that the men are all glad
to egt home, and are very serious in
their desire to enter Into civil life,
now that the fighting is over, and the
days of peace are at hand. Colonel
Duncan also said that he will do all ho
personally can to keep in touch with
the men of his regiment and encourage
There is active effort being carried
out In Chicago, in an organized way,
to give employment to everyone of the
Negro soldiers returning home.
Merit Hair Grower
A wonderful discovery for the treatment of the Scalp; pro
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MME. L. MALONE
1609 East 24th Street '
Kansas City, Mo.
, , NOTICE.
It is hoped that when the
workers for the National Negro
League of America call updn
X you, you will glvejbem ,the same
consideration that was given, the,
t workers for tho nod. CpsV and
ouier sucn organizations, a 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, ,hun ,r exclusl velyt
i..wiuVf0j u? rqceiyo an,
A - the 'benefits. therefrom. .
MRS. L. MINER
has Opened a first-class
at 1307 1-2 E. 18th Street
Strictly Home Cooking
Meals 25 cents
WILLA M. GLENN
1803 E. 18th St.
Dell Phone E 899
DEL MAR CAFE I
1705 Troost Avenue
Best Meals in City, 25 Cents
Chicken Dinner, 35 cents
A trial is all we ask.
Henry A. Grayson, Proprietor.
SSSSSSBBHssi fi BAISSS
Dr. Horse has for sometime been
the distributor of Mackey's Wonderful
Rhelmatic cure has recently purchas
ed outright the formula for compound
ing the same and now has the sole
rights for the manufacture and distri
bution of this wonderful preparation.
This is the only ten days' cure on
the market taking ten days for rheu
matism two hours and Immediate re
lief for neuralgia, forty-eight hours for
lumbago, one week tor throat trouble,
ten days for asthma and all pains ana
stiffness In the body, ten days for lung
troublo In first and second stags and
a guaranteed remedy and destroyer
of appendicitis, absolutely guaranteed
under the Pure Food and Drug act,
serial No. 44333.
Sold only by Rev. J. W. Hurse, D.
D., at his Laboratory and residence,
1205 Michigan Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Bell phone East 4880. $1.00 per bot
tle Agents wanted. Orders out of the
city "25c extra for postage.
, March It. 1918.
Havinc bought a bottle of Mackey's
Liniment of Miss Tooley and tried It for
Rheumatism on my son, found it all that
was needed. I will recommend It to any
one for soch troubles or neuralgia.
MRS. N. M. HENDERSON.
Dear Sir: I have used only one bottle
of the Mackey's Liniment during the Ill
ness of my wife with the Influenza Dis
ease and I must say that it brought her
MR. and Mrs. NEWTON MeGHEE,
1340 Barber Ave.. Memphis, Tenn.
Dear Agent: I had been sufferlnc
months with my back and nothing gave
any ease, but the Mackey's Liniment. I
am sure I will keep It in my home at all
MRS. ELLA COOK,
67,4 Williams Ave.
Handy Colored Store
2409 Vine Street
Ladies and Gent's
Alio a line of Dry Goods
Wm Hope Yon Wfll.Comi mod
investigate For Yourself,
Help build creditable store
fur the race.
Mrs. Annie Holmes
, Proprietor nndUnaser.
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