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Events and Persons
In Which You Will Be More or Less Interested.
News for This Department Must Be Received by Wedne»day Night.
Mrs. Martha T. Smith returned last
Thursday, September 23, from an ex
tended eastern trip, on which she vis
ited Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit and
Buffalo, N. Y. Her longest stay was
in Buffalo, where she was the honor
guest at several very pleasant social
events. She was much interested in
visiting the Phyllis Wheatley home in
Cleveland and the Old Folks’ Home in
The Rev. W. A. Talbot of Lincoln,
Neb., will preach at Grove M. E.
church both morning and evening,
Mrs. Martha Lewis of North Twen
ty-fourth street, left Saturday morning
for Topeka, Kas., where she will make
her home with her daughter. En route
to Topeka she spent a week visiting
friends in Atchison, Kas.
An item of news that will be of In
terest to Omaha readers is the an
nouncement by Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Slaughter, now of Chicago, but for
merly of this city, of the marriage on
Wednesday, September 22, of their
youngest daughter, Josephine, to Dr.
Fred I). Clark, of Indianapolis, Ind.
The ceremony was performed in the
presence of the immediate family only
by the Rev. D. H. Harris. The bride
and groom will be at home to their
many friends the week of October 1,
1915, at 509 East Thirty-fourth place,
Chicago, 111.
Mrs. Volney Carter of 2819 Miami
street left Saturday night for Oakland,
Cal., to spend the winter.
John A. Singleton, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Singleton of 1428
North Twenty-second street, left Sat
urday night for Washington, 1). C.,
where he will enter Howard univer
sity for a course in dentistry. The
best wishes of many friends go with
From the Carthage (Mo.) Democrat
we learn that a parent-teachers’ asso
ciation has been formed in connection
with Lincoln school , the object of
which is to bring teachers and parents
together in sympathetic co-operation.
Omahans will be interested to know
that MissFreeda Robbins who is teach
er of domestic science in the school,
is secretary of the organization. Prin
cipal H. V. Wallace is president. It
is an excellent idea and will be pro
ductive of much good.
Dependable dress making. Prices
reasonable. Miss Gladys Counsellor,
2428 Lake street. Webster 604.
Mrs. August Kellar, who has been
the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. J.
B. Hill, Twenty-fourth and Hamilton
streets, left for her home at Little
Rock, Ark., Saturday morning, delight
ed with Omaha.
Mr. Clyde Brannon, formerly of
Fremont, Neb., but for the past two
years a resident of Omaha and a mem
ber of the First Regimental band, left
Thursday for Ames, la., for a brief
visit prior to going to Washington,
D. C., where he enters Howard uni
versity, to take a course in civil en
gineering. John A. Singleton joined
him at Ames and the two young men
were traveling companions to Wash
The Rev. J. N. C. Coggins, D. D., of
Atlanta, Ga., delivered an interesting
lecture at Grove M. E. church Wed
nesday night.
The First Regimental hand, Dan
Desdunes, director, has been engaged
for the Ak-Sar-Ilen parades.
Mr. William Goodlow of Red Oak,
la., arrived in the city Monday for a
brief visit with his daughter, Mrs.
Dorris Thornton, of 2818 Miami street,
lie left for home Wednesday night.
By almost unanimous vote, the
Methodist conference, in its closing
session here this week, decided to fa
vor a change in the constitution of
the church, permitting the election of
bishops for races and tongues. That
means that the Nebraska state con
ference favors appointment of Ne
gro, Chinese, Indian and other bish
ops to head the church among the
colored people, Chinese and in India
For sale—2 acres and new 6-room
house. Aristocratic suburb. Easy
payments. Will Johnson, attorney,
Fourteenth and Douglas.
The Elite Whist club was enter
tained by Mrs. Henry W. Black, 2923
North Twenty-fifth street, Wednesday
afternoon. Luncheon was served at
1:30 o’clock, after which progressive
whist was played. Two hand-painted
plates were given, one to Mrs. Wil
liamson, as having the highest score,
the other to the hostess, as a mark
of appreciation.
The Misses Blanche and Grace
Lawson of 2102 North Twenty-ninth
street, entertained at a dancing party
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss
Julia Jones of Hampton, Va. Sixty
guests were present. Assisting the
Misses Lawson were Mesdames Chas.
Harris, Will Jones and John Small
Miss Cage and Mr. William Johnson
of South Omaha were married Septem
ber 18th.
Price Terrell is now sole proprietor
of the drug store formerly operating
under the firm name of Williamson &
Terrell on North Twenty-fourth street.
Mr. Terrell has bought out Mr. Wil
liamson’s interests. This is a well
equipped drug store in a populous
section of our city and should re
ceive liberal support by our people in
that section.
Mrs. H. K. Iiillon has been on the
sick list for a few days.
Frank Walker was burie from
Obee’s undertaking chapel, 2518 Lake
street, last Friday afternoon.
There was a mock wedding Thurs
day night, September 23rd, at Zion
Baptist church under the auspices of
the B. Y. I’. U. circle. Edward Mil
ler and Aline Bentley represented the
contracting parties. Le Roy Kelly
acted the part of the minister. Oth
ers taking part in this performance
were the Misses Beulah Butler, Beu
lah Britton, Lillian Matterson, Ma
tilda Taylor and Mr. Thomas Roulette.
Mr. John Grant Pegg gave a sur
prise card party Wednesday night in
honor of his wife’s birthday.
Mrs. Ida Walker, who is a juvenile
court officer at St. Joseph, Mo., came
to Omaha Wednesday morning with
a young girl for the Home of the Good
Shepherd. Mrs. Walker remained in
Omaha until Thursday afternoon as
the guest of Mrs. H. K. Hillon, Twen
ty-fifth and Maple streets.
Dependable dress making. Prices
reasonable. Miss Gladys Counsellor,
2428 Lake street. Webster 604.
Mrs. Lulu Thornton of 629 North
Twenty-fourth street, South Side, who
underwent an operation a few weeks
ago, is recovering.
A birthday party was given Mon
day evening at the home of Mrs. W.
H. Scruggs, South Side, in honor of
Master Leroy Broomfield.
Mr. D. Lewis has removed his un
dertaking parlor to 1809 North Twen
ty-fourth street, where he will faith
fully and efficiently serve those in
need of his services. Licensed em
balmer. Open day and night. Web
ster 2069.—Advertisement.
Lola, daughter of Mrs. Mamie
Farmer, of North Twenty-sixth street,
South Side, is seriously ill with pneu
Mrs. Cage of 2621 Z street, South
Side, entertained at dinner on Tues
day in honor of Mr. Smith of St. Louis
and Miss Slater of the South Side.

Mrs. Isaac Bailey of 2816 Pratt
street gave a card party last Friday
afternoon in honor of Mesdames W. H.
Lacey and Belle Butler, of Grand Rap
ids, Mich., and Miss Mattie Banks of
Nashville, Tenn. The first prize was
won by Mrs. J. B. Hill, the second by
Miss Algernon Pryor.
It pays to advertise in The Monitor.
t Phone South 701 Phone Webster *18201
T Floral Designs for All Occiisions J
I Cut Flowers and Potted Plants |
I Office. 532 N. 24th St. Greenhouse. 1418 N. 18th St. f
| South Omaha Omaha *
J Phone Douglas 1852 t
1910 No. 24th St. Omaha, Neb. \
m f
• I
I Tel. Web. 7788 j
The Omaha Stationery Co.
“Stationery That Satisfies”
Phone Doug. 805
309 So. 17th St. Omaha, Neb.
1 lb. box Marguerite Chocolate Cher
ries—instead of 60c, for.39c
1 lb. box Barr's Saturday Candy—
instead of 50c, for.29c
1 lb. Nut (’liocolates—instead of 50c,
for .29c
l in. I’ncle Joshua Hoarhound Candy
for .14c
Liggett’s Nut and Fruit Chocolates,
I lb. for.80c
it pays to trade where you can
surely find every article desired and
save money on it as well.
$2.00 Magnetic Steel Razor for.93c
Your choice of % dozen kinds high
grade Razors at, each.98c
5uc pkg. Gillette Blades for.39c
$5.00 Gillette Razor for.$3.89
Sherman & McConnell
Drug Co.
4 Good Drug Stores
| rvo NOT buy your Fall
* I # suit until you sec us.
I Most reasonable and
reliable ladies cloak and suit
store in Omaha.
Always high price samples
on hand at reasonable
I New York Sample Store
j 206 No. 16th St.
.Tip Top Bread!
f Best Bread Made j
| COAL ?Zn I
j L. N. BUNCE & CO. \
1 2509 No. 24tft Street Tel. Webster 7802 j

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