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STAR LIGHT

Star light is true light,
Beaming far, beaming bright;
Shimmering and glimmering,
Glancing and prancing,
Creeping, seeping, leaping
Into my soul.
That rises
And surmises
That the light is more than might,
That my soul is your soul,
That your soul is my soul,-
The whole,
The goal,
O, Star Light, my Soul Light,
So bright, so dreamy bright and right.
-H. DREER

KANSAS CITY MASONS HONOR GRAND MASTER DABNEY
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initials embroidered there on in satin. Truly their cup was made to run over with joy.

These are some of the outstanding things which furnish the background to the Masonic overflow banquet to their distinguished fellow townsmen and honored head by the Kansas City mmbership last month. Apparently, the whole Jurisdiction is as well pleased as the members at Kansas City. They all think well of the well begun work of their new Grand Master, have applied the impliments and called his work square.

ST. LOUIS MAN MAKES GOOD IN KANSAS CITY
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for myself and my own people?" It was this thought that determined my future, said he, and I now am putting upon the market superior preparations and have the satisfaction of giving employment to hundreds of my own race." A full list of Euthola preparations appear on page two of this issue.

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KANSAS CITY'S MUSIC AND STANDARD RECORD HOUSE
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in the East which would supply me and naturally curtailed my purchase from the local firm. The next thing I knew my rent shot from $45 to $60 per month. The next was the opening of another house a few blocks away by an Italian. That was finally burned out. But my last competitor was the worst of all. A furniture Company in the same block as myself opened a music shop, employed a woman of the race whose last name would be the same as mine. Maybe you think I didn't have to work some. Well that went the way of all the rest and I am here yet. "The location of Winston Holmes' Music Co., is at 1704 E. 18th. The house carries all late songs and music, also the Company does a mail order business shipping records into 37 states.

THE CRISIS
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an upstanding Negro, they can have the honor of being the first since reconstruction days to return a member of the race to Congress. How will St. Louis answer this question? The eyes of the Negroes throughout America are focused on the 12th district. They are watching to see what we in St. Louis will do. It is generally known throughout the country that we have the numbers and the opportunity, and the whole country hopes and desires that we shall live up to our opportunity and send a member of the race to the national Congress. What shall our answer be?

MORAL EDUCATION
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senses of sight, hearing and touch, these leading to social responses. If we come to the aid of a needy being the act then is due to the social feeling within us. We verily cannot live in a world and live life to the fullest extent without developing out social relations and social attitudes and these attitudes develop a new phase of human character, called moral [[chara]]cter or morality.

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