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Ex-Paymaster in the United States Army, an OW-Time Fight
ing Republican, Who Is Highly Deserving of the Highest
Consideration at me nands
of Negroes may- hold up its head in
the United States. Somebody must
look out for the exceptional -boy -or
girl and get behind exceptional abil
ity. The preacher arid teacher must
clasp hands anew in answering the
Hgh calling of God."
Hampton instructors, gave for the
benefit of ministers and farmers prac
tical demonstrations Jn culling hens
for egg production, controlling pouV
try diseases, installing a simple water
supply system, and planning .year
round vegetable gardens.
ORGANIZE HOUSEHOLD AT
A committee of officers and" mem
bers of Chicago and Rojckford, IIL,
Households of Ruth made a trip to
Aurora, IIL, Saturday evening and
organized a Household which had
been worked up by Inmate Ella Har
ris with thirty -members. Among
those who were present at the or
ganizing of the Household were In
mates Lou Ella Young, D. G. M. N,
G. of Illinois and jurisdiction; Mar-J
garet Woraack, MattieAlford, "-Mar-garet
L Harris and L W. Womack
of Chicago. Ethel' BlaktyElla Har
ris, Gladys Robinson- and other m
mates from Rockford, IIL
Little Tommy Shaw, 3731 Dearbot
street, adopted son of "Mrs! Frances'
Coleman, Is convalescing rapidly after
being removed to his home fromthe
hospital whereahtasrbcffl -quite ill
for several weeks Little Totnmy is
.a member of Mt. Cannel Juvenile
ot President Harding.
The S. !M. T.'s of Illinois and jur
isdiction were successful, through an
Injunction filed hTthe courts of Illi
nois by their attorney, Walter 1L
Farmer, 184 West Washington street,
to gain the freedom of the control
of all their fraternal business. A
large mass meeting was held a few
evenings ago in honor of the victory.
The past week -was a "busy one for
M. T. Bailey, president the Bailey
R.ealty Co, and manager the Milton
Mercantile Agency, 3638 State street,
who spent most of the week along
the north shore adjusting legal mat
ters for clients in the city and that
Engene Taylor of Jackson; Miss.,
has returned to his home after sev
eral days in the city von account of
the death pf his mother. ,Mrs. Helen
Evans, sister, will remain with rela
tives la, the city 'and" will not return
south until August 1. She is stopping
at 4A02 Dearborn street- "
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MEET IN SUBURBS.
Mrs. Sophia .Phillips of Hannibal,
Mo., 3frs. Edith Johnson of Chicago
ahd,frs: Matfie "Whlthefs, sisters.
met at the residence of Mr. andMrs.
J. W. Whithers, 110th and Throop
streets, Morgan Park, last Sunday,
and spent a pleasant day together.
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Mrs- T- J- Kinney, 3142 Calumet
avenue, has returned to the dry from
Greenville,' CeatraliaMd Carlisle, III,
where .she spent, several, weeks with
relatives and friends.
After the regular Tneeting of the
Virginia Society Wednesday evening.
July 2Q, at 363S State street, a ieast
ml be held for all members and
friends present: , Virginians arewcl
- DR. DOWNS BETTER.
Dr. P. C Downs, 3748 Grand boule
vard, who has been confined .to his
residence for three months on ac
count of illness, is much better, and
will spend a long vacation before talc
ng up his practice.
Rev. Jordan W. Tutt, state grand
master ofU. B. F. and S. M. T.. is
in the city on his annual visit to the
various lodges and temples. Rev. Tutt
is much pleased with the progress
being made by the lodges in the city.
CALLED TO LAKE FOREST.
Mrs. Ida Warren of Cincinnati, (X,
was called to Lake Forest, I1L. a few
days' ago on account of ,the death
of her father, George Rice, an old
resident along the north shore.
Mrs. Blanche Gilmer, 5123 South
Dearborn street, is rapidly improving
after meeting with a street car acci
dent several weeks ago and she will
soon be able to be out again and dis
charge her duties as one of the adult
probation officers of Cook county.
Mr. and" Mrs. -Theodore H. Gray
son, 3906 Calumet avenue, have sent
out invitations announcing the forth
coming marriage of their daughter,
Miss Mildred Victoria Grayson, to
Mr. Reginald McReynoIds Hardin.
Wednesday evening, August 3rd, at
St Thomas Episcopal church.
The Misses Nellie and Alice Ruck-
er, tne highly accomplished daugh
ters of Hon. and Mrs. H. A-'Rucker,
of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting in this
city, and are the house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. McSee, 6502 Rhodes avenue
They -will remain here until the first
week in August Mr. John N. Black
shear, an old friend of the Ruckers.
is gallantly assisting to make it very
pleasant for the young ladies.
Why Sail "Bounces."
A .ball 'bounces because It possesses
a quality known as elasticity. When
a ball is thrown -against the floor the
ball becomes flat where It strikes the
floor; because of Its elasticity the ball
immedlateiyreturhs to Its natural
shape and In doing' so forces Ite!f
back Into the air and hat's the
"bounce" A baseball flies away fr.nn
the bat for the same reason.
Speaking of pathetic ngnres. what
Is more pitiful than the predicament
of that Ithaca "man who" discovered
that he liail boon corresponding with
h u-n "ifp through ja matrimonial
,v'--,7viifi Express. ' .
lUUfftfa treat Wwfc
K. G. Wells wasat the If to vrita
a trorid history at his wa esactpOoa.
Mr Walter Balelgh antedated him ky
aavaral hundred years. Salem's
"History of the World" was a volumi
Beat end painstaking work, showing
rtdeaces of profound scholarship and
research. It was composed while be
a prisoner In the Tower ot Loa-
cos, and It was one of the marvels el
the time that a T""", under such cu
csmstances, and so far removed frosa
sources of research, could have beea
able to undertake and carry through
such a. task.
Medical experts disagree In their
conclusions as to the exact nature of
sleeping sickness. Some forms' oC
"sleeping sickness" are not unlike
brain ferer, while others Indicate
symptoms much similar to spinal
meningitis. Physicians advise caution
against undue exposure to the disease
until more exact knowledge of its
cause Is ascertained.
English Titles of Nobility.
The rank of earl was Introduced In
to England at the time of the Conquest-and
succeeded the Saxon earl
dom. It continued the highest rank
In England until Edward in created
dukes In 1337 ana "Richard II created
marquesses In 1385, both being super
ior to earls.
Smells Like Onlsn.
The kulim of the Philippines and
Malay Penlnsula'gires forth a strong
aroma of onions, says the American
Forestry Magazine, while the pao
(Talho of Brazil Is properly known as
Mistake Mads by Many.
Too many people take themselves
too seriously, and can't understand
why their estimates of themselves are
not.-accepted by others. Consequent
ly they "take It out" on others when
they might do much better by taking
some things out of themselves. There's
tee much personal "Inflation."
Weddlns Ring Finger.
Whatever the fashion may he aboat
wedding rings, the Episcopal Book of
Common Prayer says: The priest,
taking the ring, shall deliver It to the
man to put on the fourth finger of the
woman's left hand."
Hat pins an used by the America
customs authorities to prod parcels
for hidden jewelry. We hasten to In
form our fair fellow, subway travelers
that we never hide jewels behind OB
eyeballs. London Opinion.
Old Forms of Currency.
All evince leads to the conclusion
that the knife monej of China Is the
oldest of all moneys, the ramtenskU
of India. r-icks of Babylon, ring mon
ey nf "Ecvpt and the punched coins of
Asia Minor following successively In
the order of time. -
One Recipe for Success.
All a mnn has to do to make a real
snrcrs In life Is to spend 25 or 80
years learning to do some simple thing
bo- than nnvholy el?e can dp it and
thanS or SO more doing it every day,
sn i to pive p?oplt n chance to find
out about it Ohio State Journal.
Newt never dirt have good sense!
Inlerrupted Gap Johnson of Rumpus,
Ridge, Ark. "He ort to have knowed
that it would be cheaper to take a
shot at his brother-in-law than to hum
the house down to get rid of him."
Kansas City Star.
Origin of "Strut"
A stiff piece of wood used as a sup
port j6 called a strut ;,so also a person
who walks stiffly and pompously about
Is said to strut Both words are of
Scandmavlon origin and the Middle
English word was "strouten" to swefl
or spread -out There was a Germaa
word, strotzen, to be puffed np.
The' Word "Rum.
The word "rum" Is an abbreviation
of "rumboore,'' "rum" belDg as Asia
tic word for "good," asd "booze" a
derivation of the German "bausen."
meaning to "guzzle."
f ' " So at We Afe.
Another thing that startles a n
as he gets-on InTlfe is how young boys
and 'girls can be -and still call one an
other Mr. asd 2flss,-H0h!o State Joar
BaL ' Which Is the rjtth Meuntainf
It Im generally thought Mount Ever
eat "srlth its 29.400 feet, Js the world!
highest peak; but seme authorities as
sert that Teram Kafigrt, Kara Koroma,
Cashmere, has an altitude of nearly
C4tttaJdn SKeea a mmt Omen.
- Theatrical people hcra awsy tpe.
BMnoB and they ding t- the prefea
alee closely, ese being 'if war actor'a
shoes squeak, ever se little, as ha
sakes the first entrance, he la assured
f a' welcome from the aadleoee.
German House Pipe In Demand.
The early German thouse plpfes" are
Brack, prized by collectors. They are
of formidable size, -soae of them hold
lag as -much as a pesd cf tobacco.
Theseplpes are usually of porcelain.
feeaHtlfelly jeolded nCaeecrated.
Entirely Ta hMMh. .
"It la tan-M .what X :iomt daring
fheterfaiaairii4 fee'1 charity' ra-
ekued Mrs. "Nt.- P ikon
f erW Ikeas m five So-wired forr
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MESHES OF RUSS1AM ORIGIN
Wavtn Det, Round or Square, tha
Vague Woman fa Mewrnbtf la
For the tailored woman who pre
fers to swathe her hat with veiling
rather than wear the made Tell there
Is the Busslan mesh with a woven dot
either In square or round effect the
square dot being given preference.
Then there are the octagon and square
meshes with either French dots or
huge chenille dots, both of which are
very popular. These come In solid
color as well as varying shades.
The woman who la-In mourning
and cannot Indulge In beautiful new
colors' has not been neglected by de
signers and manufacturers. They
have not only made copies of the new
est styles In veils or pure white and
solid black, but have originated types
especially for her.
A square model of Russian mesh la
In black with a large woven dot and
Is bound with grosgraln ribbon. It Is
worn over the hat with the front edge
drawn about the wearer's- throat All
comers are left to hang In the back.
Another manner of wearing a square
veil Is to arrange It on the hat so
that the points hang In the back,
front and on either side.
Then there are white flowing veils
of fancy meshes having white gros
graln ribbon neckbands. Others are
bound with crepe and come in either
black or white.
HOME-MADE DUSTLESS MOPS
Convenience That Is Dustless and Al
so Sanitary tabor-Saver May
Be Easily Mad.
Dustless mops and dustless dust
ers are sanitary labor-savers. They
can be made at home by dipping the
mop jor the duster In a solution of
some vegetable oil, such as linseed or
cottonseed, and gasoline or other solv
ent about one tablespoonfu'l of Hl to
one pint of gasoline being used. There
should be nollre- In the room where
the gasoline Is used. The mop or
duster should be hung outdoors until
the gasoline has evaporated. The oil
will be evenly distributed In this way.
The duster may be washed once or
twice before It is necessary to redlp
It Is the on solution.
Moody's Last 8ermon.
Dwight L. Moody preached the last
sermon of his life In Kansas City In
Convention ball on the night of No
vember 16, 1899. He had undertaken
to conduct revival meetings in the ban
from November 12 to 19, but on the
sight of November 16 he became so ill
that the next afternoon he gave up
the meetings and returned hoine. He
died at his home In Northfleld, Mass,
December 22, 1899.
Powdered Fish Good Food.
A great many fish are caught merely
for the recovery of the oil contained
In their bodies and after this Is pressed
out the residue or what Is called
"cake." Is used for i ertlllxer. A Jap-
innu Irrroetliratnr has succeeded in
making this available as a food and'
It Is said to be very nourishing after,
the treatment which he gives It It
takes the place of "stock1" In making.
soups and gravies.
Where "Pep" Is Useless.
The business day is short in India;
It seldom begins before 11 o'clock In
tlie uiiirniuz. There Is a "tiffin" or
lunch period, probably two hours long.
followed by an early closing.
American salesman, accustomed to
jumping from town to town on fast
trains, seeing customers early and late,
and sending daily orders to the
"house," Is hardly the one to tackle
the dellberateness of India, where the'
"house" Is best forgotten in the sales
talk and where the potency of the'
first person singular Is undeniable.
Mammoth Cave in 1812.
Visitors to the Mammoth cave In
Kentucky, whose attention Is attracted.
by the brilliant arches ot crystal, by
the nmnzlnp choea nnd bv the di
versity of the rock formation, may(
not remember that this particular lo
cality was once of great practical,
benefit to the country. For It was by,
reason of Its Immense deposits of salf
peter, used in the manufacture of gun
powder during the War of 1812, that
the spot was first" given notoriety.
And How Many There Are!
An old fool is one. who thinks that
when a pretty girl smiles at him she's
flirting instead of laughing at hlr&i
When It rails.
It Isnt true that men win do any
thing for money. Some wos't, work
for It Pittsburgh Gazette-Times.
Under State Supervision
Capital . .. .$100,000.00
Surplus ... 20,000.00
Offers Equal Service to All
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
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THE BEAUTIFUL HOME OF DR. AND MRS. GEORGE
C HALL, 340S SOUTH PARK AVENUE, WHO WILL
SOON VACATE IT AND MOVE INTO THEIR NEW
HOME AT 3638 GRAND BOULEVARD.
Parrot a Favorite Beneficiary.
If all of the money that has beea
left to parrots In different countries
could be gathered together it would
make enough to support the average
orphan asylum. In most cases these
bequests come from unmarried ladles
who have found solace andcompan
lonshlp with their favorite parrots.
The Home Life.
Economics changes man's activities.
As you change a man's activities yon
change his way of living, and as you
change his environment you change
his state of mind. Precept and injunc
tion do not perceptibly affect men; but
food, water, air, clothing, shelter,
pictures, books, music, will and d
affect them. Exchange.
Where & Your Savings?
The only safe place for your
. j rXDoney. is in the bank, Jbeyond
the reach of fire and thieves
protected 24 hoars a day with
armed guards. Our bank is a
i member of tBeJederalReserve
aystem Government- protec
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A traveler Is Japan tells of curious
notices he saw In shop windows, and
especially as official municipal notice
to motorists: "If a cow obstruct,
toot 'er soothingly; If she continue to
obstruct toot er with flgor; If she
still obstruct wait till she pass
wayr The Christian Advocata
The Seven Champions of Christen
dom, who are often alluded to by old
writers, were St George, the Patron
Saint of England; St Andrew of Scot
Inrftl; St David of Wales; St Patrick
of Ireland, St Denis of France, St.
James of Spain, and St. Anthony
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