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VltL KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919.
National Negro Constitutional Conservation
League of America Makes Wonderful Strides.
"YOU HAVE HELPED EVERYONE ELSE, NOW HELP YOUR
SELF," IS THE SLOGAN ADVANCED BY W. 0. HUESTON,
WHICH HAS BEEN ADOPTED BY THE ADVISORY BOARD
OF THE NATIONAL NEGRO CONSTITUTIONAL CONSER
VATION LEAGUE OF AMERICA, AND WILL BE USED IN
THE COMING MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN BEGINNING
MARCH 1ST ENDING MARCH 22D.
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CENTURY THEATRE
ONE BIG WEEK OF JOY!
Starting Saturday Mat pg?Q 22
LOVE'S THEATRE
"THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL''
24th and Vine Streets.
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SUNDAY ATTRACTION, FEB. 23D
THEDA BARA
IN
' THE CLEMENCEAU CASE"
SUNSHINE COMEDY
WITH
(GRAVY)
America's Greatest
Hi
Colored
Comedian
and Impersonator of
s
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IN CONJUNCTION WITH
THE MONTE
CARLO GIRLS
Lst'sAllGo! WelllGuewSo
MR. ROLAND HAYES
NOTED TENOR SINGER OF BOSTON
and Madame Florence Cole Tolbert, noted Soprano of
Detroit, Mich., in combined recital
FRIDAY, APRIL 11
under the management of the Y. W. C. A.
Miss Anna Jones, Chairman. Mrs. Ida M. Becks, Vice Chair.
Miss Emma Lovett, Secretary.
Leading Negro Professional and Business Men of Kansas City En
dorse the Great and Much Needed Movement of the League and
Pledge Their Undivided Assistance and Support.
The incomparable Theda Bara at
Love's Theatre Sunday.
Most Prominent Women to Act as Generals and Captains in the Com
ing Campaign. Distinguished Honor Badges Will bo Given Each
Lady Who Recruits or Exceeds the Quota of Her Company or
Division.
PYTHIANISM IN SOUTHEAST
MISSOURI.
Grand Cliancellor Lloyd and Grand
Lecturer B. F. Adams instituted a New
Lodge at Deering, Mo., Saturday night
February 13 with twenty-eight mem
bers. The new lodge starts out most
auspiciously. This lodge Is composed
of the best and leading members of
the race in the thriving village of Deer
ing Saw 1111 district of GOO or C'O
souls, about 230 miles Southeast of St.
Louis. There are some 200 or 300
Negroes in this village all of whom are
doing well . The C. C. of the New
Lodge. Mr. Geo. W. Hobson Is the night
watchman of this thriving village. This
is the third new lodge for the Pythians
in Missouri in the past ninety days
with more to follow. Surely the Py
thians of Missouri are doing noble
things, not dreaming them all day long
thus trying to make life, death and
that vast forever one sweet song.
Esto perpetua."
Whole Family Benefited
By Wonderful Remedy
There are many little things to
annoy ui, under preient conditions
of life. The hurry, hard . work,
noise ana" strain all tell on us and
tend to provoke ntrrousness and
irritability.. We art frequently so
worn out we can neither eat, sleep
nor work with any comfort. We
are out of line with ourstlvet and
Mhers as well.
A good thine; ta do under such
circumstances is to take something
like
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pill.
to relieye the strain on the nerres.
Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 8a Plum St.,
Atlanta Ga., writes:
"I hart on stTsral occuloiu beta
vastly rcllT4 by the uit of your ul
iaiDM, MpeoUlly th. Antl-Pnin Pllli,
which Z kep constantly on hand for
tin use f mystlf, husband and two
torn. Nothing- In tht world qual there
at a hudaoh. rtm.dy. Oftta I am
nabled by th uu or on or two ot
tht Pills to oontlnu my homework
when otherwise I would b In bd. My
husband Joins mo In ray pralt or tko
Anti-Pain P11U aad Xarrlaa."
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
are relied upon to relieve pain,
nervousness and irritability in thou
sands of households. Of proven
merit after twenty years' use, you
can hivo no reason for being longer
without then. n
At all Druailttt, 2S .diss M nU. 1
MILKS MKDICAU OOs, Sikh art. tad.
Tho wonderful appeal that Is em..
1 . .1 1 .1 I ... 1 t' . a -
uuuieu ui it. ueciuiauuii ui purpusu
is so strong In its purport that to be
como imbued with Its spirit is but to
know Its purpose.
i Kansas City is at this time launch
lug a tremendous campaign, backed
by its most substantial citizens, men
and women who can be relied upon
to give credence to a movement of
this kind only when Its efforts aro in
the right direction and along con
structive lines.
During the past week, a number of
developments have been brought about
in the interest of a great campaign
for memberships which is to be
launched March 1 to March 22. All
advance indications point to the suc
cess of the effort, and the men who
have in charge its conduct are feeling
much pleased with the prospects for
success. Another development of the
week has been the addition of a
men's committee to the campaign
forces. At a conference held the first
of the week, between a number of
gentlemen, who believed this move
ment should succeed, Nelson C. Crews,
Dr. William .1. Thompkins and V. C.
Hueston were selected to perfect a
men's committee which will outline
and direct the part to be taken by the
men in the coming campaign. They
increased their committee by the ad
dition of the following names:
Mr. Fred AV. Dabney, Nelson C.
Crews, W. C. Hueston, C. A. Franklin,
Prof. H. L.Cox, Prof. J. It. E. Lee,
Mr. Frank JL Harris, Dr. J. E. Dibble,
Dr. J. E. Perry, Dr. William J. Thomp
kins. Dr. E. A. Walker, Mr. C. H. Cal
loway, Mr. Chas. A. Astwood, Mr. M.
E. Oden, Rev. W. II. Thomas, Prof, V.
H. Harrison, Mr. Eugene Lacy.
The women's branch of the work is
progressing nicely. A number of the
generals have completed the selection
of their captains and a number of
others are partially completed.
A complete list of all of the generals
and captains will be -published in the
next week's issue of tho Sun. The
Interest which is being manifested is
just what the cause might be expect'
ed to inspire.
To know the real purpose of this
great organization you must read
closely the articles that will be pub'
llshed as a declaration of purpose in
this paper from time to time. After
having read these, if you have faith
In your race, faith in your future
prospects and faith in your God, join
heart and soul in this great uplift
movement and the great army that
wo are going to mobilize in our drive
for future progress and prosperity will
march triumphantly to the great goal
always reached by tho unity of pur
pose.
This great army is being organized
that we might work, more efficiently
under the direction of experts that our
aims and Ideals may have the force
of organized effort. Wo are no longer
going to remain the unthinking mass
of human chattel to be bartered and
sold on the auction block of social and
political expediency, but a thinking
and working unit, trained in brain and
brawn to lift ourselves to higher
standards by the force of our own
momentum.
You have never failed to respond to
the call of your country and history
is replete with wonderful testaments
of your courage and valor. You have
made the supreme sacrifices for the
preservation of all humanity. Will
you be less benevolent when the call
comes from your race and the black
generations yet unborn? We be
lieve you won't. We feel that you
have heard the call and but await the
command to march to victory.
MONDAY and TUESDAY THURSDAY, FEB. 27
Feb. 24 and 25 Catherine Calvert
"Romance of Tarzan" m
"Out of the Night"
Concluding Chapter of
"Tarzan of the Apes" FRIDAY, FEB. 28
Extra Matinee Mme NazimOVa
Tuesday, 4:30 p. m. . . . . . ...
Celebrated Russian Actress
; in
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26 "Revelation"
Frank Keenan Saturday, march i
Episode No. 2
IN "Lure of the Circus"
Episode No. 8
"The Midni8ht Stage" "Tho 11011 Test"
COMEDY
NOTICE
i
All music lovers who would like to
sing with the
Allen Chapel-Western University
Chorus
on GoodFriday have a cordial invitation
to enroll.
3 ,
Call R. G. Jackson for information. 1
3 M
j On Saturday call Bell Phone Main j
I 4676. During the week, West 3730. 1
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The World Wonder Oil &
Gas Company
1518 East 18th Street
Kansas City's Biggest Enterprise
The Menwho are Fusring -fch Company -to 3uooo3
HERE IS YOUR
. J. ALLEN,
President.
OPPORTUNITY
C. A. ASTWOOD,
Secretary.
HE greatest oil proposition a Negro ever had the chance to
put a dollar in. If you miss this, you miss your Life's
Greatest Opportunity. Buy your shares today, tomorrow
may be too late. Our President is now in Texas visiting the great
oil center of Burk Burnett. He has secured for our company
a lease in the heart of the Big Gusher District of this great
Black Golconda. We are the only Negro Company operating
in this field. One well may mean an independent fortune for all
of us who invest now. OUR SHARES ARE ONE DOLLAR, PAR VALUE,
AND NON ASSESSABLE. We need money to develop this lease at
at once. We want your aid, we cannot and we do not believe that the race
people of Kansas City are going to allow our Company to go to success without
the loyal support of at least a part of the race people of this city. We are en
deavoring to build up an enterprise that will not only be a cejJitC to the busi
ness acumen of its promoters, but will stand as a lasting monument to our
race in Kansas City. We believe that we are offering our people a great invest
ment opportunity to share in our good fortune in securing this valuable lease,
in one of the richest oil fields in the world.
The tale of this Texas Village reads like a story from the Arabian Nights.
Many, many poor people have grown rich over night. Read Saturday Evening
Post and dailys for the history of Burk Burnett and Ranger. Millions have
been made in these districts in the last ninety days. Remember the old adage,
"One good investment is worth a life r
time of labor 'and savings." The white
race has built enormous fortunes, why
cannot we as a race do the same? Mail
us your subscrption today, tomorrow may
be too late.
T
GRAM0 OPPORTUNITY!
CUT OUT THIS COUPON, MAIL WITH YOUR CHECK
OR POSTOFFICE MONEY ORDER.
The World Wonder Oil & Gas Company,
1518 East 18th St., Kansas City, Mo.
Gentlemen: , Enclosed find chock, money order
for which enter my application for
shares In The World Wonder Oil & Gas
Cprapany. at . One Dollar, par' value, fully paid and non
assessable, . . NAME.....,.,
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