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THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1913.
J OITY NEWS I
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Taxi Steam heated. David Allem
Dell Phones East 2600 and East 4154,
Hear Prof. Cook at tho Y. M. C.
nt 3:00 o'clock Sunday nttcmoon,
Get your tickets for the Dubois Dra
matlc Club entertainment nt Mitchell
& Abernathy's, 1510 Bast 18th St.
Don't miss seeing Margaret-Field
Leo In "Her Friend, tho Enemy," at
tho Auditorium Theater, March 14.
Tho Ulg.Communlty Chorus at tho
Second Baptist Church will be tho hit
of tho season.
Don't fail tc attend, Uie Dig Conv
munlty Chorus at Second Baptist
Church next Thursday night.
Attorney C. H. Calloway returned
from Muskogee, Okla., whero lie spent
a 2-day successful business trip.
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH
THE CHURCH? a sermon by Rev. W.
E. Shaw at St. James Church, 1805
Woodland avenue, Sunday night.
The Twelve Charity Girls will have
their weekly luncheon at the residence
of Miss Juaneba Webb, 262C Highland
avenue, Thursday evening, February
27.
'Mrs. Bettlo Davis, 170G Michigan
avenue, left Thursday for Centralla,
Mb., to be at tho bedside of her broth
er who is very ill.
Best jobs oT all kinds. Women,
$2.50 per day; men, 40c and 50c per
hour. Mitchell & Aberaathy, 1510 E.
18th street.
Sorgt. Benjamin Little writes that
he is well and getting along nicely,
only worrying about tho time of his
arrival home.
Everybody is going to see Margaret
Field Leo in "Her Friend, the Enemy"
at the Auditorium Theatre March 14.
Get your tickets at Mitchell & Aber
nathy's, 1510 East lSth street.
Mrs. Edmonia Brown, Mrs. X. Clark
Smith and Mrs. Lucy Herndon. enter
tained the Avondale 500 Club at the
residence of Mrs. "N". Clark Smith last
Thursday.
Mr. Leonard Perry, Jr., Christian
Science Practitioner, formerly of Bos
ton, is now residing in this city and
with his wife is located at 2122 Wood
land avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston W. Williams
are the proud parents of an eight
pound baby girl bom Sunday, February
2nd. Mrs. Williams was formerly
Miss Grace Hawkins.
Deputy N. S. Adkins of the Amer
ican Woodmen has been able to add
to his already long list of prominent
members that of two well known and
progressive Presidents of Oil Com
panies: J. J. Allen and C. A. Ast-wood.
Have you ever been to Mrs. C. C,
Callaway's, 1517 East 12th, to see
thoso beautiful costumes, dresses,
wraps, furs, lingerlo and other things
she sells? If not, go quick.
Tho following are Kansas City boys
who send best regards to their- re la
tlves and friends through tho Kansas
City Sun:
Privates Ernest Hutchinson, Fred
Young, Jay Young, Leon Pettis, Will
Hamilton and Sorgt. Arthur Lee.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank tho many friends
tind neighbors for their kindness and
beautiful floral offerings during tho
death of our son, Alfred N. Witt, who
died February 6th, 1919.
Mrs. Pearl Witt Jefferson,
a Ernest Witt.
Mrs. Bertlo Fisher and little daugh
tor Mclba returned from Los Angeles,
Calif., and will be pleased to see their
many friends at 2434 Woodland Ave.
Sirs. Fisher and daughter have been
away for six months and were the re
cipients Qf much social attention while
in California. Mr. Fisher will Join
them in a few weeks.
Mr. W. T. White, director of boys'
vocational work, and Mr. William D.
Foster, In charge of tho automobilo
work at the Lincoln High School, left
last Tuesday for St. Louis. They are
attending tho twelfth annual conven
tion of the National Society for Voca
tional Education, which is in session
there for the remainder of the week.
Grand Master, Wi W. Fields of Cam
eron, Mo., held the 2nd quarterly meet
ing of the Masonic Relief Board in
this city last Thursday. Thirty-five
claims were paid and the Relief De
partment needs were thoroughly dis
cussed by the special committee
authorized to deviso a newtplan of in
surance. The Grand Master reports
the jurisdiction in good shape.
Wo are doing the best wo can
When wo have finished doing our duty
Then wo shall be back homo again.
Somo mothers will shed tears of glad
ness
To see their sons they lovo so dear
And somo will shed tears who died
over here.
Tho Lord .is our keeper and Saviour,
What Ho does is always for tho best.
We must pray and trust 111m forever,
And hope tho deceased aro In Heav
en at rest.
IN MEMORIAM.
In sad and loving memory of our
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Ewlng, who do-
parted this life February 20, 1917:
Oh, If our little angel,
For whom we shed our tears
Could only know of tho sadness"
That she has left us for two years,
Hut her little voico Is silent
And her dear head is lying low
How wo miss our precious darling
God In heaven can only know.
But bo patient hearts so lonely,
Dry thy tears, oh, weeping eyes,
For our darling sleeping mother.
From her Uttlo grave shall rise;
Yes, the Lord shall safely guard her
And again our Mamma will seo
For when Jesus comes from Glory,
He will give her back to me.
Sadly missed by daughters:
MRS. LILLIAN LONG,
MISS'BETTIE JONES.
KANSAS CITY, KANS.
Rev. D. A. Holmes, minister at tho
Metropolitan Temple, has been indls'
posed tho past week.
Tho First A. M. E. Church will celo
brato its sixtieth anniversary at a
Knifo and Fork Banquet in March.
Bishop Alexander T- .Camphor will
preach Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
service nt tho Ninth Street M. E
Church.
Mrs. O. V. Ballew of CIS Garfield
avenue, Kansas City, ,Kans., left Sat
urday night, Fobruary l.lth, for Mar
lln, Texas, where she will visit her
parents. She will also visit friends in
Oklahoma City, Okla.. before return
ing home.
IN MEMORIAM.
In sad and loving memory of our
dear husband and father, William Page
who was called from this Ufa February
19, 1908.
For nine days he lingered In pain.
To look for a cure all was in vain;
But God who knows all things best.
Took our dear husband and father
home to rest.
Sadly missed by wife and children.
The Rev. S. L. Sutton and wife, 1622
were royally entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Webb, 331 Garfield Avenue, Kan
sas City, Kansas, with a, dinner and
entertainment Tuesday evening Feb
ruary 17 at their home.
The many friends of Mme. Dlshman
will be proud to know of the success
she is having at Kansas City, Mo., as
reported by Mme. M. L. Greer, who
recently returned from there. She has
well equipped parlors and ill having
wonderful success. Denver Star.
Principal and Mrs. J. R. B. Lee have
Just received a telegram that thoir
son. Lieutenant George Lee, has ar
rived In New York, from France. Lieu
tenant Lee was with the 368th Infan
try and has been overseas since May
22, 1918.
Prof. J. R. E. Lee, principal of the
Lincoln High School, left last Wednes
day night for St. Louis, whero he will
attend tho twelfth annual meeting of
the National Society for Vocational
Education, and wjll later go to Chica
go to bo in attendance at tho Depart
ment of Superintendents of the Na
tional Education Association and at
the National Association of High
School Principals, held during the
week from February 23d to March 1st.
Last year Principal Lee attended these
meetings, which were held In Phila
delphia and Atlantic City.
IN MEMORIAM.
In sad and loving memory of our
dear son and brother, Bobby Pigeon,
who died one year ago, February 19,
1918:
To look for a cure was in vain.
But God, Who knows all things best,
Took our darling home to rest.
Sadly missed by:
MRS. LAURA PIGEON, Mother.
MRS. OPELIA SCOTT, Sister.
ZOLA SCOTT, Sister.
MARY PIGEON, Sister.
MILTON PIGEON, Brother.
IN MEMORIAM.
In loving memory of our beloved
son, brother and bUBband, Mynor II.
Williams, who departed this life two
years ago, February 16, 1917.
The month of February again is here,
To us tho saddest of tho year,
Bocauso It took from us away
Our dearest one, two years ago today.
God called him homo, it was His will,
But in our hearts he lingers still,
For us ho always did his best.
May God grant him eternal rest.
Sadly missed by Mother, Father,
Wife, Sisters, Brothers, two Nephews
and little Niece.
A VALENTINE PARTY.
Mrs. B. F. Marshall and Madame I.
B. Robinson, 2200 Michigan avenue,
entertained Sunday, February 9, In
honor of their grandson and nephew
at an elaborate dinner party. The ta
ble was laid for eight and the house
was beautifully decorated with valen
tines; the feature of the evening be
ing music. There was a valentine
postoffice, also a valentine puzzle,
Miss Bernlce Lancaster winning tho
prize, which was a very pretty cut
glass pin tray.
LINCOLN HOME FORUM CELE
BRATES LINCOLN AND DOUG
LASS ANNIVERSARY.
Friends and members of the Lincoln
Homo Forum met Thursday, Fobruary
18, at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Bell, 2410 Flora avenue. A
sketch of Lincoln and Douglass lives
was read and a delightful program was
rendered and refreshments served and
a social evening spent, which was en
joyed by all present. The Lincoln
Home Forum is a branch of the Lin
coln, Home In Boston, Mass., which
was organized on Lincoln's birthday,
February 12, 191C. Mr. Perry, the pres
ident and founder of this forum, is a
Christian Science Practitioner, re
cently from Bosion, Mass., and Is now
making his home at 2122 Woodland
avenue, where he is devoting his time
to tho practice of Christian Science
healing. Mr. and Mrs. Perry aro both
active workers in the National Asso
ciation for tho Advancement of Col
ored People and was captain of the
winning team in the Boston Morfleld
Storey Drive for 50,000 new members.
The Lincoln Home Forum meets sec
ond and fourth Sunday of each month
at 2122 Woodland avenue. The fol
lowing are the subjects of the-' ensu
ing year's program to bo delivered and
discussed:
Sunday, February 23 "Duality of
Jesus Christ."
March 9 "Woman's Hour."
March 23 "Cultivation of Thought,"
The public is invited to hear these
discussions.
Rev. .1. F. Grlffen has had another
vision, and a mock conference will
take place in tho near future and
promises to bo one of the grandest
rallies over given by this church. Two
persons will be selected to run for the
Bishopric and the members of the
church will be divided Into Presiding
Elders, Preachers and Churches.
No More Short, Harsh
and Unruly Hair
if you will insure your Hair and
Scalp with the' Vim and Vigor
Hair and Scalp Treatment, What
The basket ball team of Sumner
High School won every game played
this year with other teams and now
has tho honor of being called the cham
pion basket ball team. The last score
of 31 17 was played with Western
University aud they composed the fol
lowing yell:
"Ashes to ashes,
DUBt to dust,
If Lewis don't get you,
McCormick must."
The N. A. A. C. P. had charge of
tho program at the Forum Sunday.
Prof. G. U. Buster was elected a rep
(tentative to the Statewide Mass Meet
ing February 22. The Topeka branch
made a statewide call for a mass meet
ing to be held in that city February
22 to convene at 12 o'clock and hold
afternoon and evening meetings. Mat
ters of Importance concerning Colored
people of Kansas was the cause of this
call. James H. Guy, chairman exec
utive committee, Topeka Branch, is
sued the call.
THE
DUBOIS DRAMATIC CLUB
Local Talent, Will Appear
at the
AUDITORIUM THEATRE,
March 14, 1919,
With
MARGARET FIELD-LEE
Coloratura Soprano
of Chicago, III.,
Under tho auspices of the City
Federation of Colored Women's
Clubs.
Wc' have; an opening at 6nce
for a good-live, hustling ad man,
a competent and intelligent col
lect 'a'Sareponer'for KAtSA8
CITY, "KANS.", and ARGEN
TINE, and a keen, active .City
Reporter who knows how to get
the news. Can you qualify for
efther. pt Jhose, Jobs' ; M
' SiilMy arid commission. '
THE!KAN8A8 CITY8UN
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to tho many friends who so
kindly assisted us during tho illness
nnd at tho death of our beloved sister,
Mrs. Cora Williams, and also for tho
beautiful floral offerings. Especially
aro we grateful to Zenith Court, Order
of Calantho, Ebenezer Church, the
Pythlan( and the Masonic choirs for
their le'tters of sympathy; also Rov.
S. C. Doylo and tho members of
Friendship Baptist church and .the su
perintendent and attendants of Wheat-loy-Provident
hospital for their uni.
form courtesy. For you we shall over
pray. " '
NORA ALEXANDER, Slstotr
A. H. HENDERSON,. Brother.
FREE FREE
Ladies Spring Hats Free.
Write today as this offer
don't last long.
McFadden
Ladies and Gents
Tailoring & Corset
Company,
2306 Vine St. Kansas City.Mo.
' A" HOMESICK SbLDIER.
(By 'Clifford' M; lee. 805 "P. I.. Co. E.)
The days are dark and droary,
;And the nights ai6 awful long, ' "
'My 'heart Is' always weary,
I long to hear a sang. ,
Songs,'irke "Mf Mother's :Rosary,'l
Or "Down' by the Old Mill Stream,":
Woriiabl6w's breeze of'gladries's '
The N. A. A. C. P. branch of this
city elected as representatives to the
Statewide Mass Meeting held at To
peka, Kansas, today, the following to
represent It:
Prof. G. A. Gregg, Mrs. H. G. Dwlg-
Bins, Mr. Charles Matthews, Mr. J. R.
Shllladay of Now York, who was ap
pointed by tho Board of IDrectors to
its staff as secretary and one who has
had a large experience as public speak
er and writer will address tho State
wide Mass Meeting. The alternates
are Miss Etta Kelly, Miss Ollle Hen
derson and Mr. Comajors.
the Vim and Vigor Treatment will
do for your hair and scalp : (1)
Will remove dandruff. (2) Will
increase the growth of the hair. (3)
Will heal the scalp and keep the
scalp and hair In a halthy condition.
(4) Will render the hair soft, thick,
straight, fluffy and beautiful. Get it
today.
The Hair Promoter and Shampoo,
50 cents each, or $1.00 the full treat
ment. At all drug stores. If your
druggist hasn't it he will get it for you.
or you may send money order or S1.2d
in stamps to
Theo. Smith, Druggist and Dis
tributor, 1301 East 18th Street,
Kansas City, Mo.
VIM AND VIGOR SYSTEM
TONER
America's greatest general tonic. It
makes rich red blood and builds up a
run-down system. Vim and Vigor
System Toner is a powerful Altera
tive ( Blood Purifier, Tonic and Appe
tizer. A wonderful Blood and Rheu
matic remedy. If you are troubled
with Scrofula, Abscesses, Rickets,
Eczema, Catarrh, Falling of the Hair,
Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head, Boils
and Various Skin Diseases and Hu
mors of the Blood, give this remedy a
trial and be convinced of its great
value. Price, $1.00.
Smith's Drug Store
The Store of Service, Quality and
Price.
18th and Tracy
Home Phone, Main 5467. Bell, Grand
4591, Free Delivery.
Phone and Mail Orders Promptly
Filled.
Every Day is a Busy Day at Our
Soda Fountain.
"HELLO", HELLO", HELLO".
Oh, boy, did you hear about it
Tho latest thing in amusements?
If you want to know what it is, ask
W. K McCrary, he has got it: tho
first and only one in Kansas City,
THE AUTOMATIC
BOWLING ALLEY
For Ladles, Gents and Children.
Cigars, tobacco, cigarettes and soft
drinks of all kinds. Plenty of seats
for everybody.
1610 EAST 18TH ST.
Wm. F. McCRARY, PROP.
Fluffy
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Soft-
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SCALP. HEROLIN is delightfully per
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StMDtS CEHTS (stamp otooId) for tbtr box
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KEWPIE KLUB DANCE
LYRIC HALL
Monday Evening, February 17, 1919
Roland Bruce Orchestra
Admission 25. cent.
AN ELECTRIC IRON tylLV BE CHANCED OFF
COMING BACK
Tho boys are coming back
and so are we. Tho war Is now
over and we will reopen for
business at the old number
Saturday, February 1, 1919.
Thanking all for past patron
age and earnestly soliciting
your patronage In the future,
wo aro
Respectfully yours for business,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hubbard.
THE PROGRESSIVE PRODUCE
COMPANY.
2326 Vine Street.
SAY, PEOPLE LISTEN!
If you want an Automobile
with a good careful driver for
calls, weddings, parties or fu
nerals, call the old reliable
BOB WILLIAMS,
Bell Phone East 600.
Day or Night.
AUDITORIUM THEATRE
NINTH AND HOLMES.
Sunday Feb. 23, Tuesday, Feb. 25
Wednesday, Feb. 26
MATINEES SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Prices-25, 35, 50 and 75 Cents
Box Seats $1.00
Pla. Wr Tax
COLORED PEOPLE CAN SECURE SEATSTO ALL PARTS
OF THE HOUSE.
Owing to previous bookings this Company will not appeal'
on Monday, February 24th.
R. M. HARVEY Presents the
HARVEY'S Greatest
MINSTRELS
The Largest and Highest Class Minstrel
Show Enroute. Guaranteed Attraction
40 Minstrel Kings and Queens 40
Including Famous Ballad Singers, Entrancing Dancers,
Novelty Entertainers, Expert Comedians, Instrumental
and Vocal Soloists. A Twenty-Piece Band Every
Man a Soloist.
A CREOLE BEAUTY CHORUS
A Minstrel Program
Impossible to Excel
Featuring Clarence Powell, acknowl
edged to be one of the Three World's
Famous Colored Comedians; Frank
Kirk (Musical Kirk), a performer
without an equal In his eccentric line;
Means &. Means in an absolutely new
novelty act; The Famous Harvey
Quartette; Ed Tolllver, the Comedian
with a big mouth; Alonzo Moore, the
Man of Remarkable Mystery; The
Supreme Dancing Quartette; the Mu
sical Paynes; concluding with a charm
ing musical tabloid by the
Creole Beauty Chorus
and other numbers making a vaude
ville program of rare merit.
Watch for the Noon-Day
Parade and Concert; Also
the Concert in Front of the
Theatre at 7:15 p. m.
THIS COMPANY TRAVELS IN ITS OWN PRIVATE CAR
PRICES, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00
Seats on Sale at Box Office Thursday, February 20.
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
The W. L. Martin Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Store
Will Show You How to Save Money and Time
Buy Your Children's Clothing Here.
1313 E. 18th STREET.
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REAL ESTATE
& FLORAL CO.
1510 EAST 18TH STREET
Bell Phone E. 272
Home Phone E. 802
MARY C. MITCHELL.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE, LEASE and RENT
FIRE INSURANCE
Money to Loan on Property
J08EPHINE ABERNATHY.
Successors lo theCarter& Crost
waitc Floral Co. ,
Flowers For All Occasions
Funeral Designs. , .
Specialty.
LAUNDRY AND
EMPLOYMENT
c" AGENCY
Choice Fruits at All Times.
MITCHELL &
ABERNATHY
Have entered into a partner
ship to handle Real Estate, do
ing b General Rental and Bales
Business and to Sell Flowers.
i.
1.East)18th,St.i
IOV pil .lOilKU , ,,1.
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It Is said "Lifers wnat'Tbu make It,"
t Aiid walco' mo up from1 my dreams!'
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