THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919.
See Dr. M. B.-Joneo In "The Traitor"
at the Auditorium Theater March 14th,
Mrs. Francis Hardin was called to
Lebanon, Mo., on account of the ill
ness ot her sister.
Keep off the date March 14 every
body wants to see "The. Traitor" at
the Auditorium Theater.
Mrs. Lula Madison In the Chocolate
Soldier at the Auditorium Theater
March 14th Is exceptionally good.
Get your tickets for the Dubois Dra
matte Club entertainment at Mitchell
& Abernathy's, 1510 East 18th St.
Mr. Andrew Davis of New York City
is here visiting his little daughter,
Lois, who resides at 1013 Campbell
The Southern Melody Makers will
appear In concert at St James ZIon
Methodist Church Monday evening,
Mrs. Cora Henderson, 1G07 Harrison
avenue, who lias been quite ill, is able
to bo out again, to the pleasure of her
Uncle Llge qnd Aunt Chloe in "The
Traitor" at the Auditorium "Theater
March 14th Is being played to perfec
tlon by Mrs. A. M. Chandler.
Mr. Frank May, formerly of this
city, underwent an operation last week
at Freedmen's Hospital. He expects
to be able soon to resumo his duties.
Rev. A. M. Ward of Campbell Chap
el, a former pastor of Shorter Chapel
and presiding elder, was appointed to
Shorter Chapel by Bishop H. B. Parks.
Miss Myrtle Paiker, niece of Mrs. B.
F. Wilson, 1812 East 12th street, St.
Louis, has been seriously ill and her
many friends hope for her a speedy
Mrs. Inez Wood Fairfax and Betty,
her daughter, of Cleveland, Ohio, were
called Strong City, KaB., on account
of the illness of tho former's father,
Mr. Scott Wood.
Have you ever been to Mrs. C. C.
Callaway's, 1517 East 12th, to see
those beautiful costumes, dresses,
wraps, furs, lingerie and other things
she sells? If not, go quick.
Mrs. Claudia Cox of Bethany, Mo.,
received a telegram from her husband
announcing his arrival in Now York
from overseas. He also states that ho
has fully recovered from the flu.
Tho Sun received a very interesting
letter from Sergt M. C. Reeves, In
which ho states how proud the boys
of the 92d Division were of the part
which they played in the world war.
Mrs. Anna: McGeo, Poro Hair. Dres
ser of 921 East 21st street, has been
called out of tho city on account of
Illness. Sho will be glad to seo her
friends and customers on her return.
Sergt. A. L. Hampton arrived in
Kansas City March 2d with a squad
of enlisted men enroute to Camp
Funston. Hopent the night with his
mother, Mrs. B. Hamilton, 1607 Harrison.
Miss Sarah Bradley Is seriously ill
at tho residence of her sister, Mrs.
Katio Powell, 215 WeBt 37th street.
Herm any friends hopo for her recovery.
Mrs. Marian C. Whltaker received a
telegram from her husband, Capt. J. C.
Whltaker, stating that he had arrived
in New York after nine months' sor
vlco overseas. Mrs. Whltaker recent
ly returned to her home in Oklahoma
City after a two months' visit hero.
Mrs. Luclnda Nunnoly, 1620 Howard
avenue, passed arwoy last Friday at
her residence nfter a brlof illness. Tho
funeral services were held from Allen
Chapel last Sunday afternoon undor
tho auspices of M. B. Carruthers Chap
ter, O. E. S. Sho is survived by a
daughter, who is nn invalid.
H. K. Love will open a barber shop
and pool hall on or about the 15th
of March. Watch for the opening at
1717 East 18th street.
I have, or had, a brother, Arlington
Martin, In Company I, 306th Pioneer
Infantry, and have not heard from
him slnco last fall. I am greatly wor
ried, and any Information of his where
abouts will be greatly appreciated.
MRS. JEANETTE M. DUNCAN,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Williams,
1019 Vine street, received word that
their son, Private Lemuel D. Williams,
now stationed at St. Sulplce, Franco,
with Co. II, 312th Lbr. Bn., U. S. A.
A. P. O. 705, Is woll and getting along
nicely, but that it is indefinite when
he will be permitted to come home.
Mr. G. V. Golden, proprietor of
Golden's Tailor Shop, 1605 East 18th
street, writes The Sun that ho reached
Edmonton, Atla., Canada, and found
the temperaturo just 35 degrees below
zero. Ho was en route to Peace River,
Mr. Golden will be away about threo
weeks. Ho sends best regards to all
In memory of Joe William Wolfork,
who passed away two years tgo today,
March 8, 1917.
Homo Is not what it used to bo,
For we have not the smiles
Of our dear one to see.
Sadly missed by mother and sisters,
Mrs. Sarah Duncan, Mother;
Mrs. Alice Drake,
Mrs. Lucy Walls, Sisters.
Mrs. Cora Gary was taken ill March
2d and died at 8:30 o'clock March 5.
Mrs. T. M. Foster, her dear friend, was
In constant attendance with her. Her
most devoted husband and cousin
were at her bedside when the death
angel came. Sho was a loyal member
of the Second Baptist Church and she
was loved by all who know her. Re
mains will bo shipped to Little Rock,
Mrs. Rosa Buford, one of our loyal
subscribers, writes a very interesting
letter of her recent visit East, when
sho visited Washington, Now York,
tho great shipyards at Hog Island and
Baltimore, Md., where she met Rev.
Dr. Brooks, who is in a $30,000 rally,
and she says ho will raise every dol
lar of the money. She traveled with
tho 8th Regiment to Chicago, where
she witnessed the wonderful reception
accorded them, and says it was tho
greatest she over witnessed. After
visiting Milwaukee and Gary, Ind., she
expects to arrive home about March
12. She sends her regards to Allen
Chapel and all her friends.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo deslro to express our heartfelt
gratitude to many good friends for tho
kindness and sympathy they showed
during the illness r.nd tho passing out
of our dear wife, mother and sister.
Also for tho beautiful floral offerings.
Mr. James Webb, husband;
Mrs. Zella Gardner, daughter;
Mrs. Ida Brown, sister;
Mrs. Minnie Bryant, sister;
Mrs. Mary Evnns, sister;
Mr. William Tucker, brother.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to I hank our many friends
for their kindness shown during tho
illness and death of our boloved son,
husband and brother and for tho pro
fuse and beautiful floral offerings. We
also wish to thank the cadets who of
ficiated, and Ml3s Lola Smith for the
paper so beautifully read.
Mr. Milton Burnett,
Mrs. Milton Burnett, Parents;
Mrs. Milton Burnett, Wife;
Ethel Burnett, Sisters.
At the First A. M. E. Church tho
pastor preached at both services to
Tho Metropolitan Temple's services
were up to tho usual high standard.
Dr. Holmes preached at both services.
Mrs. Scales Brown entertained the
Alpha Art Club last Friday afternoon
at her residenco on New Jersey ave-nuo.
James Scott, who is attending Kan
sas University, spent tho week-end
with relatives; Dr. and Mrs. S. H.
Tho Citizens' Forum was nicely at
tended last Sunday afternoon, it Being
tho monthly organ recital of Prof. R.
Claudo Jones of Kansas University
is spending a few days In the city tho
guest of Messrs. Guy Booker and
Mr. and Mrs. OlHo Johnson, -138
Washington Boulevard, announco the
birth of their daughter, to whom they
have given tho name Daphne Irene.
Mr. Arthur Johnson, 1509 North 9th
street, died Wednesday morning of
pneumonia. The funeral services wero
hold Sunday at 1 o'clock from tho Met
ropolitan Baptist Church.
Mrs. Ruth Bradley Sanford attended
the wedding last week of Miss Ur
sula A. Guy at Topeka:, Kas., and the
dance party at Lawrence, Kas., last
Thursday. She returned homo Friday.
J. E. EVANS
Baggage and Express
Howard and Vine Sts.
Bell Phone, East 756
Homo Phone, East 711
Residenco Phone, East 1149 J.
SAY, PEOPLE LISTEN I
If you want an Automobile
with a good careful driver for
calls, weddings, parties or fu- r
nerals, call the old reliable
Bell Phone East 2600.
Day or Night.
All music lovers who would like to
sing with the
Allen Chapel-Western University
on Good Friday have a cordial invitation
Call R. G. Jackson for information.
On Saturday call Bell Phone Main
4676. During the week, West 3730.
Visit Love's Beautiful Theatre
Mrs. Lizzie Porter Buckner, who
has been entertaining as house guest
tho mother and sisters of Mr. Buckner,
announces that they left for their
home In Keokuk, la,, this week, after
a pleasant stay.
Mrs. Claudia Jenkins Wiseman .will
leavo Kansas City tho 13th for her
home in South Carolina. Rev. T. H.
Wiseman writes from there he Is very
much pleased with his new field of
Mrs. George Buford of Oklahoma
City arrived In Kansas City Saturday
morning, tho guest of Mrs'. T. H. Wise
man, formerly of Oklahoma City and
her mother, Mrs. A. E. Jenkins, 1324
Prof. J. Silas Harris announces that
there will be a conference of tho prom
inent men of the race at Jefferson
City March 27 and 28. Legislation
looking to the general welfare of the
Negro will be its only object.
Mrs. Ida Becks was requested to
represent the Colored people at tho
Tenth Annual meeting of the Woman's
Interdenominational .Missionary Coun
cil at the First Congregational church,
Admiral and Highland, Tuesday, Febr
Mrs. Dora Gamble of Los Angeles,
Cal., is house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Winston, 1720 East 24th street,
a few days and will be joined by Mr.
Gamble, who is now vlslUng his old
home in Atchison, Kas. Mrs, Gamble
is looking exceedingly -well.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Rlramer
gave a surprise birthday party on Mr.
Thomas J. Sanders at his residence,
2726 Highland avenue. An enjoyable
evening was spent In cards, after
which a delightful luncheon was sen'
ed. Mr. Sanders also received some
very useful presents. At a -late hour
all left for tholr different homos, de
claring thoy had spent an enjoyable
Mrs. Mattio L. Sweatman, 54 years
of age and for thirteen years a resi
dent of this city, coming from Bruns
wick, Mo., where she had lived for a
number of year3, being engaged in a
business entorprlso in that city, passed
away Thursday, February 27, after be
ing ill for almost one year. The fu
neral services were held from the res
idence, 2306 Lydla oavenuo, Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock, tho Rev. T. H.
Ewing, pastor of the Vino Street Bap
tist Church, of which she was a mem
ber, officiating, assisted by tho Rev.
Redd, a lifelong friend of tho family.
Mrs. Sweatman leaves to mourn her
demise two daughters, Miss DVa L.
Moore, a teacher at the Attucks
School; Miss Lulu J. Sweatman, a kin
dergarten teacher at the Wendell Phil
lips School, and a son, Wilbur C.
Sweatman, of New York City, all of
whom wero at her bedsldo during her
last illness and at her death. Mr. Wil
bur C. Sweatman left for his home
In 'Now York City Friday.
Tyler's Lunch Room
Barbecued Beef, Mutton and PorK,
Short Orders, Chitterlings, Game.
Everything Good to Eat.
1804 Harrison Street.
Studio, 1618 Virginia
Phone Bell Grand 4154
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
The Beautiful, Up-to-the-minute
Spotless Kitchen Annex Cafe
1303 Baltimore Avenue
The Best Service The Best Foods
The Best Place in Town
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Martin Young, Prop.
LYRIC HALL FOR RENT
For All Entetairnments
C. H. HARRIS, Mgr.
1731 Lydia Ave.
Honrs: to 9 a. m., 12 to 1
p. m. Hall phones, Home
Main 2783, Bell Grand 3352.
Residence, 2C24 Euclid Ave.
Res. Phono, Bell East 3429W
Mrs. M. A. Matthews entertained
tho Merry Matrons Saturday on Ne
braska avenue. An excellent attend
ance was present and an elaborato
luncheon served. Mrs. Matthews' sis
ter, Miss Elolse, left for her homo in
Jacksonville, Fla., last Wednesday, af
ter a delightful stay.
Miss Ursula A. Oray of Topeka, Kas.,
and Dr. Klrkse L. Clnd of Chester,
Pa wero married at tho home of the
bride's parents February 2G. After
spending a few days in Tulsa, Okla.,
the homo of tho groom's mother, the
happy couplo will reside at Chester,
vr- ; I m i
& FLORAL CO.
1510 EAST 18TH STREET
Bell Phone E. 272
Home Phone E. 802
MARY C. MITCHELL.
FOR SALE, LEASE and RENT
Money to Loan on Property
Successors to the Carter & Crost
waite Floral Co.
Flowers For All Occasions
Choice Fruits at All Times.
Have entered into a partner
ship to handle Real Estate, do
ing a General Rental and Sales
Business and to Sell Flowers.
"THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 9th and 10th
cc I B2f ES S 99
Continuous from 1:00 "to" ll;30 p. m,
Extra Matinee for School Children Monday, March 10, 4:30 P. M.
GEO. R. GARNER, of Chicago, will Sing at 3:00 P. M.
Tuesday and Wednesday, March 11 and 12 Friday, March 14th
ANITA STEWART Mme. NAZIMOVA
"VIRTUOUS WIVES" "TOYS OF FATE"
Matinee, Wednesday 3:30 P. M. Matinee, Friday, 3:30 P. M.
Thursday, March 13th Saturday, March 15th
RETURN ENGAGEMENT r j tvt i c v l,
Episode No. 1, Man of Night "
Mme. NAZIMOVA P ' 5
IN Episode No. 4, 'Lure of the Circus'
Matinee, 3:30 P. M. EPisde N' 10 lr0n Test"
Come in the Afternoon when you are Sure of a Seat
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