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THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1913.
From Our Foreign Correspondents
A. F. & A. M., Missouri Jurisdiction
W. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand
C. C. Clark, St. Louis, Mo., Dep.
Ernest Boons, Louisiana, Mo., Sen
ior Grand Warden.
I. II. Bradbury, St. Louis, Mo., Jun
ior Grand Warden.
H. H. Walker, St. Joseph, Mo., Grand
Gcorgo W. K. Love, Kansas City,
Nelson C. Crews, 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. P., Quln
A. U Thomas, D. G. H. P., Jeffer
son City, Mo.
J. P. Moffett, G. King, Sedalla, Mo.
S. A. May, G. Scribe, St. Louis, Mo.
Charles Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty,
E. S. Baker, G. Secretary, Kansas
OFFICERS OF GRAND COMMAND
ERY, K. T.
Mlssurl and Jurisdiction,
Jos. IL Sherwood, R.E.G.C., St. Paul,
G. Washington Lewis, D.E.G.C., St.
C. Brasfield, E.G.G., 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
Robt. A. James, E.G., Sentinel, St.
James T. Connor, E.G., Recorder,
St. Louis, Mo.
By W. W. Mosley.
Mr. Paul L. Moore met with n pain
ful accident at the Havelock shops
last Tuesday. He was removed to
St. Elizabeth's hospital whero an
operation was performed and at this
tlmo is reported doing fairly well
Mrs. Frances Nelson died at her
home, 1137 Rosa, last Friday at 8
A. M. of dropsy and heart failure. A
husband, who Is very sick, two nlecos
and five stepchildren survive her. The
funeral was held in tho A. M. E.
Church Monday Mrs. Laura John
son received a telegram from her son,
Lieut Wm. II. Johnson, that he had
arrived safely from "Overseas" and
that ho would be home as soon as
possible Last Sunday was Wom
an's Day at the A. M. E. Church.
Women rendered all religious ser
vices during tho day. Quite a crowd
was In attendance. The women raised
$216.00 in the rally Rev. E. M.
Cohron of Dalton, Mo., is at tho bed
side of his brother, Milton, who has
been seriously 111 for some time
The Newman M. E. Church held their
opening since leaving the church re
modeled last Sunday. Rev. Stripling,
Presiding Elder, was present and con
ducted services. Rev. A. W. Talbott
leaves for conference the middle of
March Mrs. D. Alexander is re
Rev. Hancock rendered a splendid
sermon nt the Second Christian church
Sunday evening. . ..Mr. Charles Tur
ner of Plattsburg spent Sunday with
his daughter, Mrs. T. C. Graham....
Sergt. James L. Smith arrived in New
York from overseas February 12th, re
ceived his honorablo discharge at
Jefferson Barracks and arrived home
on the 28th. Mrs. Smith was tho hap
piest person in Lathrop last Friday. . .
Mrs. Goldlo Llgon received a telegram
from her husband, Leo Llgon, that ho
has arrived in New York.... Mrs. Eu
gle Mao Weston received a letter from
her husband, Corp. Charles W. Wes
ton, in France, saying ho expected to
start home as soon as a company of
Chinese soldiers arrived in his camp.
.Mr. Fred Hicks of Kansas City is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo Hicks. .. .Mrs. Mary Bogess,
Mrs. Maggie Weston, Mrs. Flossie Till
man and Mr. Merit McGruder were
called to Plattsburg Wednesday on'
account of tho death of Mrs. Sarah
Armstrong, who burned to death Tuesday.
Miss Dora Reeves was In the city
Sunday visiting Mrs. Howe Mrs.
M. Crenshaw received a card from her
son, Roy, who is overseas, stating he
was enjoying the best of health
Mrs. A. Hlnklo went to Hutchinson,
Kas., Friday morning. . .Revival meet
ing began March 3d.... Mr. Otis Gar
den visited in our city Sunday. .. .Mr.
Amos Garnett of Carrollton, Mo., was
in the city Sunday visiting Miss Hat-
tio Peeler The B. B. Club met at
Mrs. Margaret Peeler's Sunday, March
2d Tho pupils of Dopglass School
are very ambitious. They realized a
neat sum from their entertainment,
and with the proceeds purchased a
handsome wall clock for the school.
Rons Lodae No. 28, A. T. and
A. M., meets the lit and 3rd
Monday In each month. All
Master Masons In good standing
welcome. P. A. Mcwllllams, v,
II.; C. H. Countee, Sec'y.
Liberty Lodge No. 37, A. T.
and A. M., Liberty, Mo., meets
the 2nd and 4th Saturday
nights In each month. Nelson
Wallar, W. M.; Robert Dodd,
St. Stephens Chapter No. 37,
Royal Arch Masons. Liberty,
Mo. Meets first Tuesday In
each month. Nelson Wallar
H. P. Wm. Capps, Recorder.
St. Matthew Commentary
No. 17, Liberty, Mo., meat
the third Saturday nlcftt.
V. I. Starks, a C; W. H.
Robinson, Rec Bmi
E. A. Walker Lodae No.
257. U. B. F.. meets the 2nd
and 4th Fridays of the month
at 1403 iiicnigan Ave. is. k.
tiooertson, w. u., iziv
lth St. W. W. Watfclns,
Bee 1629 Vlrslnla.
MA80NIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION
T. G. McCampbell, President
E. B. Thompson, Vice President.
W. H. Washington, Treasurer.
W. II. Brown, Secretary.
Board of Directors:
W. G. Mosely, S. Myers,
W. H. Brown. E. S. Baker,
W. R. Patterson. M. W. Wilson,
B. IL Francis. Richard Harris
E. S. Miller, R, Fulbrlght
S. H. P. Edwards,
Meets second and fourth Tuesday
In each month.
Greenwood Baptist Church. 18th and
Clark'chapel M. E. Church, 1664 Madl
iJetntl A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora.
8U Stephen's Baptist Church, (04 Char
Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and
Second baptist Church, 10th and Char
lotte. Allen Chapel A. M. B. Church, 10th and
Bbenezer A. M. B. Church, 17th and
St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and
St. John's A. M. E. Church, 174S Belle
lew. Seventh Day Adventlst, 23d and Wood
land. St Monica's Catholic, llth and Lydla.
Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St.
Ward Chapel Jt M. E. Church, 11th and
Morning star Baptist Church, 2311 Vine.
Highland Avenuo Baptist Church, 1111
St. James A, M. K. Zlon Church, 1823
Second Christian Church, 24th and
Friendship Baptist Church, Seventeenth
C M. E. Church. 1317 fcHara An.
St. James Baptist Church, 4039 Mill St
Bt Luke's A. M. B. nhurch, 43rd and
KANSAS CITY. KAN. CHURCHES.
Church of the Ascension Episcopal
rhlrd and Stewart. Kansas City, Kans.
First A. M. E. Church, 8th and Neb.
Eighth Bt. Baptist Church, 8th and
Metropolitan Baptist Church, th and
Bethel A. M. B. Church, Water and
Bt. raul A. IL B. Church, II at and
First Baptist Church, Bth and Neb.
King Solomon Baptist Church, 3rd and
qumds.ro A. M. a Church. Qulndaro.
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, Jtose
M. B. Church, ith and Oakland.
Beoond Baptist Church, I4th and Ruby.
Wesley Chapel If. a, 103 Bhawnee.
Bethel A. M. XL Church, Roaedals- Kan.
Tabernacle Baptist Church, 7(9 Muncle
KIWI., Armstrong, Xasa. Kay. Z. Nor
Miss Tressie May left Monday even
ing for Oklahoma City on buslne.ss. . . .
Mrs. Wynne of Memphis, Tenn., is in
the city taking care of her aunt, Mrs.
Mary Sample, and expects to make
this her future home.. Mrs. Ed Pierce
of Kansas City, Mo., spent a few days
with her mother, Mrs. Caven, who has
been ill with rheumatism The Car
nation Art Club was entertained by
Mrs. W. A. Busch Thursday afternoon
The club is growing nicely under the
leadership of Mrs. Garfield. .. .The
services of Bethel were well attended
Sunday Mrs. Robert Jackson has
moved Into her new home at 9th and
Yuma- streets Mr. and Mrs. Carey
aro in charge of the Community Hall
during the absence of Mrs. H. Cnmp-
bell Mrs. Lena Hlnes, who has
been Indisposed for a few days, is able
to be out again The cottage prayer
meeting will continue as they have
been, though the revival has closed
The prayer meeting Is much needed.
Tho social at tho A. M. E. Church
Thursday evening was well attended.
....Rev. L. P. Bryant hold services In
Savannah Sunday morning and re
turned homo Sunday evening. .. .Mrs.
Palmer, Mrs. Gooden and Mrs. Mont
gomery attended the funeral of Rov.
W. A. Mitchell In Clarinda, la,.... Mrs.
E. O, Boone, Ir., was dinner guest at
Mrs. W. A. Mitchell's Sunday. .. .Prof.
Boono and Baby Boono are visiting in
Maryvllle this week.... Harry Palmer,
Ned Holmes and Arthur Smith arrived
safely from overseas. .. .Mn Darrel
Carrlger, known to his friends as
"Dee" died at tho homo of his sister,
Mrs. Anderson, Thursday morning.
We oxtend our sympathy to tho rela
tives Mrs. Ida Fields Is ill nt the
residence of her mother, Mrs. Mary
Smith. . . .Mrs. B. F. Smart had a fried
chiken dinner at her resldenco Tues
day for tho Baptist church.
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
The revival meeting which has been
in progress at tho A. M. E. Church for
ten days was closed last Friday even
ing with eighteen additions to tho
church. On Sunday evening the pas
tor, in person of Rev. O. IT. Burbrldge,
had all the converts come forward and
take the front seats, and ho delivered
a nable sermon to a crowded house.
His subject was "Drybones," and it
certainly was a masterpiece and all
present went away rejoicing, because
they were a dry bone at tho beginning
of the meeting but at tho closing they
could say they were no longer a dry
bone. Under the leadership of Rev.
O. H. Burbrldgo tho church Is meeting
with great success. Ho Is a live wire.
..The Senior Board will meet with
Sister L. A. Swisher on North 7th!
street Wednesday afternoon. .. .The I
Junior Board will meet with Sister i
Brydie Finch on West Spruce street
Friday afternoon Sister Brydiol
Smith and Sister Mary Henderson are
on the sick list. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Wood
ly gave a birthday party in honor of
their son, Estell Woodly. All present
departed stating they enjoyed a de
lightful time and wishing Mr. Esstoll
Woody many happy birthdays. .. .The
Emergency Board is planning to serve
refreshments on March 10th, 1919, at
Aline A. M. E. Church just after the
Hon. W. G. Banks shall have conclud
ed his lecture on American Woodcraft,
a colored insurance society.
By U. 8. Grant Tayes.
Ye scribe has been under the weath
er for a few weeks, hence Jefferson
City correspondence haB been some
what nglected; however, I'm on the
job again. Help mo by sending In
your items over phono No. 223 Blue.
Tho Thomas Sisters aro giving a
concert at the A. M. E. Zlon Church
this week. Wo wish them success.
They are very talented young ladies.
....Mrs. Lulu Williams entertained
with a sumptuous dinner Saturday af
ternoon Dr. E. L. Scruggs and family,
Mrs. C. A. Rutledge, Mrs. S. I. Ben
son and Mr. J. LaRue. Mrs. Williams
proved herself a very great hostess.
The Capitol City Ladles' Band
moved into their new quarters and aro
playing as usual. .. .Mrs. Charles Mc
Culloch is very sick at her home on
Adams street President B. F. Al
len of Turner College, Sholbyvillo,
Tenn., was in the city the lirst of tho
week on business. Ho looks fino and
seems to be prospering nicely in his
new location. He was pleased by tho
work of his Negro real estate agent.
Lincoln Institute scored a triumph
with its entertainment to tho tho Mis
souri Legislature at tho Stato Capitol
February 18 at 8 o'clock. Long be
fore the appointed hour, every seat in
Representative Hall was taken and
the auditors were on tho tiptoe of ex
pectation for the coming treat. Mr.
Richardson presided and after invo
cation by tho Rov. Scruggs of the Sec
ond Baptist Church, a spirited selec
tion was rendered by tho Orchestra
and the following program was rendered:
Chorus "Every Tlmo IF eel the
Uniforming one hundred fifteen
girls in two months Luctllo King.
Pompadour .Model School Children.
Girls' Octette "Slnco You Went
Preparing and Serving a Hoover
Meal Ethel Cochran.
Flower Song Orchestra.
Chorus (a) Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot; (b) Don't You Cry, Ma'
The Negro of Missouri LInnear
Girls' Octette -"Deep River."
Duet (a) "Lassie O' Mine;" (b)
"Alohoe," Nerline and Pauline Brown.
Tho Squad Drill High School Boys.
Chorus (a) '"Tis Mo O Lord;" (b)
"Oh, Mary, Don't You Weep."
Song "Lincoln, Oh Lincoln," Stu
dents. America Audience.
Tho practical demonstrations from
tho sewing and cookery departments
received a deal of pralso both be-'
cause of their novelty and the thor
oughness with which they were car
ried out. The Model School tots were
indeed like fairies ns they whirled
and skipped and curtsied in the
French Folk dance. Tho oration was
full to repletion of tho achievements
of our race in tho- largo cities as well
as tho rural communities and as ono
listened to tho splendid delivery, he
could but be Impressed with the mag
nitude of the Race's accomplishments
In this stato. The duet was particu
larly pleasing each song showing to
good advantage tho rich contralto and
sweet soprano of the Brown twins.
The drill conducted by ono of our own
boys was a revelation of our military
training and tho hoys showed great
promlso in their evolutions. At this
juncture President Richardson briefly
addressed tho gathering. His talk was
sprightly but pointed; witty and yet
pungent with meaning as to our
hopes, aspirations and strivings.
Thero were facts rropared about tho
Colored man in Missouri that called
for attention; there was a plea for a
chanco for the Negro; thero was grati
tudo for tho help already received and
thero was a promise of greater things
to follow on our rart If given a chance
to an opportunity to develop unham
pered tho best thero is in us. The
speech was well received and quite
evidently made a profound impression
upon tho auditors. The music of the
evening was quite good, indeed, the
chorus, orchestra and octette each
rendering every creditable numbers,
The program ns a whole was so well
received that by special request It will
do repeaieu Marcn 11.
By Jesse H. Smith.
Now that the strike is about over
in our city I suppose we can enjoy
a little rest until the next exciting
event Mrs. Mabel Peoples of Chi
cago, who has been in our city nearly
two months, having been called to the
bedside of her mother, Mrs. Maggie
Buchanan, who died on the 17th, left
for her home Monday night. .. .Mrs.
Ida B. Willis of New York passed
through Butte to Idaho on account of
the death of her Bister, Mrs. Porter.
Mr. George Armstrong has re
turned to the City from the southern
part of Texas Mrs. Zelda High-
tower has moved to 12 South Wash-1
ington street Mr. Ranee Ware, -in!
enterprising young man of this city,
has opened a first class shining par
lor Mrs. George Allen went to Hel
ena for a few days to assist Mrs. Mar
tin in taking caro of her husband, who
has been very ill with pneumonia.
Rev. Martin is now improving. .. .Mr.
Frank Lewis, who was called to the
bedsldo of his sister In Chicago, found
her in a very terious condition. We
extend to him our sympathy. . . .Mrs.
Amos Williams, who has been con
fined to her bed for the past ten days,
is up and out again ... .Pauline, the in
fant (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Duncan, died at Los Angeles last
week.... Rov. D. W. Carter passed
through the city on his return from the
East, he being cne of tho delegates
who was to have sailed for France. . . .
Mrs. E. W. Rivers Is somewhat Im
proved. .. .Mrs. Mary Withers is on
tho sick list, suffering a nervous
breakdown.... Mr. John Fagan Is con
fined to his home with a bad attack
of rheumatism..,. Everybody's News
Stand still continues to grow and car
ries all the leading books, papers and
magazines; ajso confectioneries.
The St. John A. M. E. Church is
making wonderful progress under the
leadership of Rev. J. A. Arthur..,
Madame Sadie E. DImery of Kansas
City, Mo., superintendent of the A. C,
E. League and a dramatic reader and
Scriptural orator, was hero at the1
close of the revival conducted by Rev.
Blanche Blake and was very success
ful while here. She left Monday night.
I Br rlftU r ' -
Beauty is Only Skin-Deep
Your skin either makes or breaks
A sallow, blotchy skin spoils any
beauty, while a fair, smooth com
plexion is all most women need to
make them beautiful.
You can make your skin shades lighter,
and ns fair and soft as velvet by applying
Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin Whitener. After
a few applications, all blotches and pimples
will disappear, and your skin will become
fair and lustrous.
You can keep your skin white and beau
tiful by bathing your face, neck and hands
each night with Skin Whitener Soap.
These two old-reliable preparations,
when used together, have never failed to
make the darkest skin fair and beautiful.
25c each nt your druggist's, or sent direct
upon receipt of price.
Jacobs' Pharmacy Company, Manufac
turers, Atlanta, Go.
r. Fred Palmer's
Peoples Drug Store
Northeast corner of Eighteenth Street and the Paseo
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 history of Kansas City records but one real, legitimate,
ompetent, established Negro jeweler, and he is
J.f A. Wilson
Rt 1616 W. 9th St. Half block west of Wyoming St
Mr. Wilson sells
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Staple Jewelry
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