THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH S, 11)19.
THfc KANSAb CIT YSUN
All Communication ahould tie addressed
to Th Kama City Sun. 1801 But lltn
Bell Phon East 999.
Bell Phono East 2789
Kntarrd as second-clasa matter, August
, 1908, at the poatofflca at Kansaa city.
Mo., under the act of March I, 1879.
Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner
Wllla 31. Olenn General Manager
Ona Tear 12.00
Six Months 1.00
Three Months 0
Canada and Foreicn Countries $1.00 ad
ADVERTISING RATES, J2.00 PER INCH
NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS
Tho Editor is In receipt of a com
munication from Ms old friend, Ned
Holmes, announcing his safe arrival
in New York. Ho expects to bo In this
The star role In "The Traitor" Is
being played by Mrs. Clara Adams
with J. R. Cespldes as lead, closely
seconded by Smith, Cox, Mrs. Essie
Lewis, Mrs. Ella llawson and Madison,
at the Auditorium Theater March 14th.
It should be a source of sincere
pride to every self-respecting Negro in
Greater Kansas City to witness tho
remarkable and desening success Mr.
Loves Theatre is achieving in this
city. On last Sunday evening a re
porter for The Sun counted thirty-
four automobiles lined up on either
side of the street near his theatre and
on Monday night more than three
hundred people were unable to obtain
admission to any of the three per
formances given. Mr. Love is a high
claBs, aggressive and Intelligent Ne
gro business man and deserves the
wonderful success he is having.
The abrupt termination of the show
ing of tho "Homesteader" at the New
Oonter Theater last Monday night was
a source of Intense disappointment to
the race in this city and was a hu
miliating Insult as well. It is alleged
that tho management refused to allow
it to continue because the leaso specif
ically prescribed that Negroes should
not be sold tickets to this theater and
nine-tenths of the thousands who saw
It on Sunday were of Negro race. Law
suits for large Mims are threatened.
Wltat tho final result will be we are
unable to say. Arrangements are un
der way to give tho picture a full
showing in this city next month at
Love's Vine Street Theater.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS! WHAT
Virginia, mother of Presidents, nur
sery of individual liberty, has meant
much for the world. It was one of
her eloquent sons who exclaimed: "I
can. judge the future only by tho past"
In that past is the brilliant career of
glorious Athens, starting as a mon
archy, she traversed well night every
stags of government aristocracy,
tlmocracy, tyranny, democracy. She
gave the world the first example of
pure, democracy. Had she stopped
ftiore, as illustrious as her glory actu
ally was, it might have been nobler by
far. But .Athens conceived the notion
of a world league. Hence the Dellan
League was formed, a concert of free
Hellenic states. As long as that up
right, unselfish aud just Athenian,
Aristldes, was at its head all went
well. Under the ancient world's fore
most democrat, tho peerless Pericles,
th.o. Delian League of free states be
came, an Athenian Empire, the city
that could not brook a tyrant became
herself a tyrant city. Athens pos
sessed the world's greatest fleet, but
the Sicilian expedition, Aegospotami,
and finally Chaeronea reduced her to
a tributary state. According to the
Constitution of tho League of Nations,
the. Hnitod StatoB, the present world's
greatest democracy, sits at the head
of thejable with fellows not of a com
mon tongue, not of a common religion,
but of diverse traditions and conflict
ing ideals. Athens unhampered by
these disadvantages failed.
When we contemplate the rosult of
our undeslred assistance to our neigh
bor. Mexico, wo are reminded of other
words of the above quoted Virginian:
"Caesar had his Brutus, Charles I his
Citjnrwell and George III may profit
by their example. Hence unless tho
last greatest democracy courts mar
tyrdom, she may profit by the example
tot the first.
WILLIAM H. DAWLEY, Jr.
Mr. George W. Little, 52 years of
age, tho best known advertising man
la this city, passed away at the State
Hospital last Friday and will be burled
hera Sunday from Allen Chapel, of
which bo was a member. Mr. Little
leaves a wife, a brother, three half
brothers, two sons, three half-sisters,
twor grandchildren and a multitude of
friends who admired him for his splen
did qualities and courteous manner.
Every Church in the city has been a
beneficiary of Mr. Little in the way
of fans during tho summer season and
In every race movement. He was a
splendid and earnest worker, He was
a member of Alt. oread Lodge No. 70,
A. F. & A. M., under whose auspices
the. funeral will be held. Tho Sun
counted George Little as pno of its
beat friends and In this hour of sorrow
attends its deepest sympathy to the
Classified Wants and
Rooms to Rent
FOU KENT Newly furnished
rooms at the Ktnsler Apts., 14th and
Michigan; strictly modern; Dell phono
WANTED AT ONCE A hair manu
facturcr to weave hair and mount
switches. The LnDello Collego and
Hair Emporium, 1607 East ISth SL
Bell phono East 250SW.
FOR RENT Strictly modern rooms in
a nlco neighborhood; hot and cold
water. Bell phone Grand 1682. Mrs
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
room for men or man and wife. All
conveniences. Steam heat Mrs,
Hill, 2417 Highland Ave., 3rd floor
FOR RENT Omega Flat, 22d and
Flora avenue, first floor 1 rooms and
largo bathroom; gas stove and one
heater furnished; also hot and cold
water: $20. Call Home phone Lin
BURTCH INVESTMENT CO.
2928 East 29th Street.
A.A.REALTY& EMPLOYMENT CO.
1503 E. 12th St.
H. Ph. East 5518. B. Ph. East 4400,
HOUSES AND FLATS FOR SALE ON
One 7-roora brick; small payment,
balance as rent.
One G-room strictly modern house;
price, $2,500; cash, $300.00; $30 per
month, including interest.
One 10-room modern house; price,
$2,500; cash, $300.00; payments to
One 10-room brick; price, $2,750;
cash, $400.00; $30.00 per month, in
First class Barber at Excel
sior Springs, Mo.; no competi
tion; only colored shop in town.
H. B. White, Home phone 10
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Agents wanted to sell the newest
and best patriotic, religious and race
pictures; also race postcards. Send
25c for samples of postcards, or your
choice of sample pictures, "True Sons
of Freedom," or "Our Colored He.
roes." We have only the best in ev
erything. G-et your territory today.
UNITED SUPPLY STORES,
Box 631, Rawlins, Wyo.
E. Benton Wills, Manager.
South Side Employment Agency has
positions now open as follows:
Chamber maids, $6 to $10 per week.
General housework, $7 to $12 per
Laundry work by the day, $2.50 per
Cleaning and dusting by the day,
$2.50 per day.
Office, 918 East 21st Street.
Bell Phone Grand 4204; Home
Phone Delaware 950.
Ross & Williams
Real Estate S Brok
Houses and Flats for Sale and Rent
1603 East 12th Street
Home East 5172. Bell East 3S84J
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 17, 1919.
We do not always slvo th exact num
ber of the houses listed with us for sale.
so many of our people Innocently and out
of curiosity annoy the tenant that It re
m ts to our detriment. We, therefore,
kindly ask those who are Interested In
buyinc property, to desist in questioning
icnanis as to ownersnip, price, etc., as we
make It a rule never to add one cent to
prices quoted us by owners. A great deal
of the property listed with us Is from
non-resident owners. That Is why we are
aiile to offer such bargains as appear In
our uiiveriiNing iron; weeK to weeK.
?ote the following:
7-room frame house, 25th and Eu
clld, gas, water in yard; lot 25x140;
good condition. Cash price $1,350; on
2937-39 Holly St. 2-framo 2-apart-ment
houses, 4 rooms each and bath;
large lot Price $2,250. Your terms
will suit us.
1620 Jackson Beautiful 2-story
frame, perfoct condition, east expo
sure, on car lino; strictly modern,
Lot 27xl42. Price $2,500. Terms.
A modern C-room frame on Mont
gall Ave., between ISth and 19th. If
you want a nice inexpensive home,
witn gas, electricity and every mod-
ern convenience, see this. Our price
Is $2,209. A little cash down.
Hero is your money's worth: 1123
Highland Ave., 4-room cottage, water,
gas, cellar; lot 24x100. Price $1,300,
Wo can make terms on this to suit
Tracy Ave. near Garrison High
School No. G15-27-62-64-66. We are
giving these away, but yiu will have
to hurry to get ours.
On Tracy,- beautiful place for man
and wife5-rooni cottage, small lot.
$1,400. $500 to handle this property.
This property would suit the profes
sional or business man or woman.
4315 Broadway. 8-room brick, mod-!
ern; sizo of lot 127x134; full baso-i
ment, concrete. Interior finish ma
hogany, combination fixtures. Newly
decorated. Wo havo an equity of
$1,400 In this property that wo wish
to sell, or wo will soil tho house for
$1,000. Easy terms.
1601 Norton Nowly built duplox,
brick, cor. lot size f0xl50. Modern in
every detail, Wo havo an excluslvo
sale right of this elegant residenco;
sultablo for cultuted and refined peo
ple. Price $4,000. Terms. Do not
1614 Wabash 6-room modern cot
tage Lot 30x135. Price $2,250. Terms.
1016 Garfield 6-room frame.
1324 Woodland 6-room tramp.
A few choice bargains for tho gen
eral public, in neat atractlve homes
are here offered. These are real bar
gains and should appeal to the man
with limited means, as an opportunity
to provido that which every family
should have A HOME.
Two modern 3-room cottages and 25
ft. vacant on Michigan avenue be
tween 11th and 12th streets, near two
(2) car lines, both of which give ex
cellent service. Tho location Is ideal
and surroundings arc of tho highest
order. I'rlco very low and terms to
Two cottages. C and 7 rooms, re
spectively, on East 19th street, in the
JO hundred block, ns an investment
for homes or otherwise; this property
cannot bo duplicated; we already have
an offer of $60 per front foot for the
entire block lying between Agnes and
Bellefountaino streets, but cannot get
the M-orerty owners to agree to accept
as a whole, therefore we are selling
for each individual at tho astounding
prico of $1S00.00, $100.00 cash and bal
ance very easy tenns. We control the
sale of several houses In this block.
2-story frame; in best condition:
good rock foundation, large barn,
chicken yard; lot, size 32x128; large
shade trees in front yard; west ex
posure; a rare bargain for $1550.
Terms, $100 cash, balance easy.
Make an offer on:
G-room frame, built on order of du
plex; water, gas and sewer connec
tions; everything In good repair; lot
size 32x130. Price, $2,000.00; easy
terms; make offer.
See this property as an income in
vestment, for $2700; present Income,
$350.00 per annum. Small payment
down, balance easy.
1813 Montgall avenue. This proper
ty needs repairing. We will do the
repair work and sell for $1S00, or YOU
do the repair work and buy for $1650.
We specialize in high class residen
tial property ranging in price from
$3200 to $0700. See us, if in the mar
ket for anything in our line.
10 room solid brick duplex, on Gar
field, between 12th and 13th streets.
Present income $55 per month. Sep
arate furnaces. Clear; $5,000. Terms.
1 strictly modern 6 room frame,
south exposure, on Paseo, in high
class Colored community. Owner
wants to move farther South. Cheap
at $3,000. Will take $2,S00. Best of
terms. Located on 24th street
This is a real bargain on 16th street,
west of Troost avenue; 2-story frame,
almost now. In perfect condition.
Modern except heat Good basement.
Excellent bath. Large lot; $2,900;
terms. Make offer.
On Highland avenue, near 9th St.,
7 rooms, toilet, bath and gas; large
lot; cheap; small payment down.
4 room modern cottage on Highland
Avenue between 13th and 14th. Small
payment down, balance like rent; $2,-
000. Present income $20 per month.
Danday 3 room cottage between 9th
and 10th on Euclid avenue; lot 25x
165, now renting for $15; will sell for
$1,600. Small payment down.
Between 9th and 10th on Tracy, 8
room solid brick; will install elec
tricity and do any ordinary repair
work for buyer. Now renting for
?3o. Price $3,500. Make offer.
Between 20th and 21st streets on
Olive. A bargain that will be snap
ped up quick. 6 rooms now renting
for $25. Nice outhouses, every con
venience at hand for this class of prop.
erty. My prico is $2,500. What Is
yours? Make me an offer. This is a
quiet community and mixed.
1412 Garfield 8-roora modern brick.
5-room modern frame, excellent con
dition, 25x130; $2,250. Terms.
1715 Campbell Street 6-room frame
$2,250; $200 down. '
75 feet between 13th and 14th on
Corner 8th and Brooklyn.
WE LOAN MONEY.
WE ACCEPT LIBERTY BONDS.
WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE.
WE GUARANTEE SERVICE AND
WORK FOR COMMISSION.
We buy second mortgages. Liberty
Bonds, paying the highest market
nrlce. make real estate loans, write
the following Insurance: fire, burglary,
piate glass; we will write your bond
In ths Lyon Bonding Company for any
Why lose your home, when we can
save It for you. We are well provided
with funds for this purpose.
see John lange
For Stationery, Advertising, Church,
Lodge and Society Printing
TICKETS AND PROGRAM8
1613 East 18th St.
Bell Phone East 3152.
Negro Business and
AUTO DELIVERY AND CONFEC
THE PANAMA, 1701 East 12th St.,
P. H, Brown, Prop. Bell phono,
HOME BAKERY. Mrs. A. Com p ton.
Prop. 1717 E. 18th street
PALACE BARBER SHOP & POOL
HALL, G. W. Woods, Prop. 1518 E.
19th St Bell Phono East 3203.
BARBECUE AND LUNCH.
BARTEE & VERTER, 1706 East 12th
street Open day and night Bell
phone, E. 3679 W; Home phone, E.
BEAUTY PARLORS AND HAIR
MRS. CORA D. WILLIAMS, Grad
uate Masseuse. Treatments given.
All residential work. 1317 East 22d
St. Bell phono, Grand 2319.
MRS. FANNIE HERNDON NAPIER?
Poro Hair Dresser, 820 South Fourth
St, Armourdale, Kan.
Poro Halrdresslng, Singuelng, Mani
curing and Facial Massage. Instruc
tions. Mrs. Hattie Wiley, 329 Parallel
avenue, Kansas City, Kans., Bell West
BOND CAFE, 815 Independence Ave.
Mrs. Amanda Bond, Prop. Ilomb
DeLUXE, Cleaners and Dyers, 1707
Troost. F. A. McWilliams, Prop,
Bell Grand 744; Home, Main 8256.
BOULDIN CLEANERS, 1606 North 5th
Street, Kansas City, Kansas; Bell
Phone West S38. A. J. Bouldln, prop.
PAYNE COAL CO., 1902 Vine St.
Bell Phone East 559.
EflY GOODS and NOTIONS.
R. L. HOPKINS, 2416 Vine. Bell
phone, East 4242J.
E. S. LEE, Prop., 1800 East 12th St.
ueu pnones, East 1744 and East
5050; Home phono, East 4250.
LABELLE COLLEGE and HAIR EM-
PORIUM, Mrs. S. E. Lalng, Prop.
Bell phone East 2508W. 1607 E.
HUMAN HAIR WORK SHOP, 2407
Vine St. Mrs. Anna Allen, Prop.
Bell phone East 3926.
PORO HAIR DRESSER.
MRS. NANNA REED, 1507 East 12th
St. Bell phone, East 1583W. Facial
and massage treatment.
MISS MAYME LOGAN, 1606 Garfield,
Bell Phone East 1203, 1606 Garfield
MRS. PINKIE ANDERSON, Poro Hair
Dresser, 2027 Bellview, Kansas City,
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
Mrs. Charles Black, 2815 North 5th 8t,
Kansas City, Kans.
Before using was 6 Inches lone.
Alter using 2 years is 22 inches long.
MISS CADDIE JETT
Announces that she has opened
a New, First-Class, Up-to-Date
at 1628 E. 18th Street
Hair Shampood and Dressed. Dyeing and Bleaching
Hair. Manicuring. Facial Massage"
Electrical Scalp Treatment a Specialty.
Bell Phone East 1722J.
CLOVER LEAF INSURANCE CO,
P. C. Jamos, Dlst. Mgr., 1518 E. 18th
St. Bell Phono East 2760.
J. A. WILSON, 1616 W. Ninth street
Kansas City, Mo. Bell phone, Main
E. A. SHACK LEFORD,, Attorney-at-Lorw,
511 Minnesota Avenue, Kan
sas, City, Kans. Bell Phone West
HUESTON d. CALLOWAY, Attorneys
at Law, 1612 E. 12th St Home
Phone, East 2850. Boll Phono, East
American Woodmen Rev. W. A.
Campbell, supervising deputy and
clerk; N. S. Adklns, special deputy.
Phones, Bell East 4648; Home, East
2850. Residence phono, Boll East 700,
J. E. MILLER STUDIO, 1622 East
Eighteenth street Bell phone, E. 91,
MURDOCK'S STUDIO, 2110 Vine, W.
E. Murdock, Prop.; Bell Phono East
JOHN LANGE; 1613 East ISth St.
Bell phone East 3152.
C. A. FRANKLIN, 1309 East 18th St
Bell Phone, Grand 2988.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS,
WILLIAMS & JACKSON, 1704 East
12th St. Both phones, East 1415,
COLORED PEOPLES INVESTMENT
CO. W. V. Harvey, Pres.; W. M.
Dunson, Vice Pres. Home Phone
East 4011. 2122 Vine Street
H. L. KINSLER, 918 East Twenty
first street Bell phone, Grand
4204. Home Phone, Delaware 950.
C. W. NELOMS & CO., 1508 E. 12th
St., Kansas City, Mo., also Kansas
City, Kans. Bell East 4400; Homo,
G. A. PAGE'S SHOE STORE, 1607 E,
Eighteenth street Pell phono, East
SHINING PARLORS AND NEWS.
THE ELITE SHINING PARLOR AND
NEWS, 24071.4 Vine Street Bell
Phono East 3192.
TEACHER OF PIANO.
THELMA M. BROADUS, 2409 Vine
St Bell Phone East 3926.
ADKINS BROS., Nineteenth and Vine
streets. Both Phones, East 4349,
H. B. MOORE, 1104 Independence ave
nue. Bell phone Main 3398W. Home
phone Main 334L
W ATKINS BROS., 1729 Lydla avenue.
Bell phone Grand 987, Home Main
7989. Res., Bell East 328L
NATHAN W.THATCHER, Undertaker
and Emhalmer, 1514 North 6th St.,
Kansas City, Kansas; Home Phone
West S47; Bell Phono West 821.
Night or Day.
Woman's GLORY is her
No more Dandruft
No more Palling Hair
No more Itching Scalp
No more Tetter
No more Eczema
Gives health to the Scalp, Growth
ot Long Fluffy Hair.
Growing Oil 60c
Pressing Oil 50c
Temple Oil 50o
Agents Wanted, Enclose 3c
stamp for letters.
Madam JESSIE CARTER,
Scientific Scalp Specialist
2761 Glensrm St., Denver, Colo.
It's All Settled Now "Live, and Lot Livo."
AUTO BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS
Have secured a largo quantity of boxes and barrels for pack
ing. Kindling for sale, $1, $1.00 and $2 per load." Coal in
abundance at $b50 per ton, C. 0. D. Why pay morol Do
your shopping early, gentlemen 1
T. T. TIVETT
Boll Phono, Grand 12G0
Stand: 2109 Campbell Street, Kansas City, Mo".
REAL HAIR GROWER!
A Marvelous Discovery
That Will Positively Grow Hair on
An excellent Hair Dressing, producing a healthy, lus
trous growth of hair. Stops falling hair, positively eradi
cates dandruff and gives that brilliant, natural color to gray
or faded hair without the use o Dye. Real Hair Grower
should be used twice a week, rubbing it well into the scalp.
If hair is dry and harsh, use as often as desired.
AT ALL DRUG STORES PRICE 60 CENTS
or send 60 cents in stamps to
E. WILLIAMS, 2248 CLARKSON STREET,
Modamo Walker's System
Bell Phone, East 12031606 Garfield Ave.
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
The W. L. Martin Ladies' and Gents'
Will Show You How to Save Money and Time
Buy Your Children's Clothing Here..
1313 E. 18th STREET.
Merit Hair Grower
A wonderful discovery for
motes the growth, and leaves
should try MERIT
Agents write of their success.
1609 East 24lh Street
Bell Grand 3387 .
CLEANING PRESSING NOTIONS
Lydia at 17th Street Kansas City, Mo.
Learn To Grow Hair and Make Money
MADAM C. J. WALKER
.... w. -. .. r.Mi.b. iui fi,uv. luana wi mono?
President of the Madam C. J, Walker orders payable to Mme. C J
Leila College, 640 N. West
See your nearest Walker Agent
THE MADAM C. J.
640 North Wcst'Street,
the treatment of the Scalp; pro
tho hair long and glossy. You
and be convinced.
Kansas City, Mo.
Complete Course by mall or
by personal Instructions. A
diploma from Leila College ot
Hair Culture Is a passport to
prosperity. Is your hair short,
breaking off, thin or falling
out? Have you tetter, ecze
ma? Does your scalp ItchT
Have you more than a nor
mal amount ot dandruft?
MME. 0. J. WALKER'S
Wonderful Hair Grower
Write for booklet which tells
of the positive cures of Ml
scalp diseases, stops the hair
from falling out and starts
It at once to growing.
Bewaro ot imitations ell ot
the Mmo, C. J. Walker Prep
arations are put up in yrMlOw
A six weeks' tr!,d .treatment
sent to any address by mall
tor fi.bu. Mako all money
utuvii MUUU otuujye
Street, ply. Agents Wanted,
Send stamps tor re-
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