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11 vol. xxv .J CHICAGO, IUL, SATUWj4Yt fePSnk.Wn. i n 'lusurriRcre or ivii! AnTniniTT i lAnnit in rn ivir imiiAi rvijiriniiAJ ftt'Bf . tflKy Worshipful "Wi rjMw3FrF -THF. CHADNG AND BEA15T1FUL BRIDE OF THE EASTER OCTAVE WAS GIVEN AWAY BY HER TWIN BROTHER, MR.EDWARD DENNINS5 THE LONG TO BE-KEMMBfcKkD WJiDDING WAS CONDUCTED ON THE MASOMCSQUARE. Rrv J H. CHASE, PASTOR OF CAVALRY AMTe: ZION CHURCH, TIED THE NUPTIAL KNOTGOOD ANDHGHT. BROTHER THOMAS a SAMUELS, MOST WORSHIP. FUL GRAND MASTER OF THE MQST WORSHIP FUL PRINCE HALL, GRAND LODGE OF ILLINOIS AND ITS JURISDICTION, TER OF CEREMONIES. THE TRESTLE BOARD ORCHESTRA FURNISHED THE MOST ENCHANTING MUSIC FOR THE WEDDING PR0CES50N, WHICH LASTED UNTIL TEN O'CLOCK Itf THE EVENING AND FOR THE DAN CING . THE NEWLY WEDDED COUPLE WHO ARE EXTREMES LY POPULAR WITH FRIENDS, WERE THE RARE ANDJBEAUTIFUL B7 Evelyn h Most notable of all -weddings follow- L fcg in the woke of the Lenten, season TiS lHat 01 JU13S JXHUJIUOLU3 vtxuus, 2. lf f onnerly of Atlanta, Ga, to Mr. fiuaoel Matthews, W- UL Hinun. Lodge Ka. 14, F. and A. iL The grooin,.on tuaant of bis high fraternal- connec ts tisES seed no introduction, irhile lio bride is one of the - highly ' esteemed t eaips of nurses at the Oak Forest Saa- ttinnm. , He setting of tUs brilliant scene, aE55t teggarsdesefipnon,- was ii tie main auditorium of the ilasonic Temple, 40th. and South State .streets, the Lour high noon, Wednesday, Hareh. 30tL Never in the history of fraternal . localizing, m this section, has there l- Itea an affair of such proportions .and tie entire ceremony was carried-ont on the Masonic square and compass. Hie hall was profusely decorated nn the national colors" which fes- h bcaed the balcony, flowed in streamers V ftoa the lighting fixtures and formed p tie tokrs of a huge wedding "bell sns- laded from the center of the ceiling, i3e in the background a. sixteen foot ABtfiean flag was draped over iv huge i: iqsire and compass. The Trestle Board ll &b Orchestra, hidden "behind a, screen tf fiant palm's, furnished' rweet music , tboagfcont the afternoon anderening: Coasiderablr in advance of. the hoar : t for the ceremony, chauffeurs of pri- ., w ud public conveyances wero in . fcae to set down the guests tinder the ; mpy which extended from, the urb tle entrance. Men in formal attire, 5ith high hats and English top coats J-naJadies gowned to tho ''lastiword" a Paris fashions, were handed out of .: ' - s ananes P vtx an jocd "tho 'wait tte assembly. ; e entrance of the bridal entourage, . saberinp fortr iirKOTi. trn aii-AcIed : 7 nvel in tlm linn. nf V mnefnr i ttnaacmies. Mr. Thos. H. Samuels, i-ui Urand Lodri. Rlin of TTIinnia "Tia lT-n . rtT-- .. -n- - F'oaaietion. trim -, 6.fi if rti ' - uM.u M P- c 'onipass. To ihe'siraini "pf i1 L&enrrin the narrr entered aaS kJased to the'r plaecs, the.lrxdesHaMs hae north ami the groomsmcn'snlie riae of the room, five -Past -Maa-l'Trestte Soard Clab of Hirans Lodge Ho. 1 a firc Matrons leadisfffaaaelT. IT.- ' - w h. Efcngton, Chas.-T.Serr-J. VV. eae. R. V. r.u u. ir. Tir- Ij01! Alitf Amlto. x:-j: nr-i-.u- M - ., iuio aum PiZanels' Iaa'alcottrHattie.AB.-l !-, -mediately following was the. Escort, Mrs. Cannon' and rW an HeabV - o. vau, jit. ana. juts. .ien- i Sett eanip t?i vL-rV. . i is! - UUUCUWUU3, UBV r"cr: ilrs. tjii; TiTt i- .:?-1 Mrs. Lillian SclT-ia 3e chine with dnchess'lacer Mrs. &van5. whitB oti 3 Tr & A lone, white Eeorrette Twith iwet tetin iJ.V.-.i.v- -r Tjgr Callaway, TrMte crejae 'eliiae vi.ici uesuea,- jus. ei -i -"ug anpi ware a -roge - M( frf .: - . - .- rs. a. A. PeBebeB.waHe 'ntli i1ta ? r 't Btrj., JAUBUBg,vaiaiser to "4 pearl erav jh A Tkt: "Amines . ..l. ir .i iWrae'?se colorea iy & t noroidered in silver wilh of silver Tom bus "Kfi w M."VTiffia.-tVias v-t -tl- ately beaded;3&B.3l5L 'Heel Master Masons Was One of the Most Notable and Brilliant Weddings So Far Held Among Masons In Tbps ABLY SERVED AS MAS- A LARGE CIRCLE OF RECIPIENTS OF MANY GIFTS. Casey. Messrs. B. G. BelL A. &- Henderson, S. A- Lane, Henry Callaway, JL -A. Pelle bbv Wm. "Wright, Mr. Darden, L. Cone," WntPerry . The entrance of the Eev. J. H; Chase, pastorof Calvary JL. l.EZion -Chnrch, the officiating clergyman, supported on either Hdet by Thomas -and Arthur Pur due as altar boys, heralded the close up approach of the high contracting paif tieSjTled by the matron tif honor, Mrs. Anna, J. Powers, superb ly white satin with, tonic of gold laeo, while vary no ticeable was a- diamond studded locket suspended from n Tare old -gold chain; thfr ring bearer, Jay Powers, Jr.; the flower girl, "Jessadye Darden, and fin airy tho bridfr on the arm of her twin brother, Mr. Edward Dennis, who gave his sister ia marriage. Simultaneously with the entrance of the bride, the J groom, supported by hrf best man, Mr. Jay Powers, entered from a door on the opposite side of tho room and met his, bride upon the square beneath the huge wedding-belL The bride V gown, designed by Mrs. George "Wilson, - a fashionable "West Side modiste, was of ivory satin, en train, embroidered. 5n see3 pearls and heavily trimmed with silk lace from the looms of ChantiHy. Her yeu- of tnlle was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms and "her a.rm boqnet was of brides Groses The matron of honor and all the maids carried, boqnets of- pink, roses and asparagus -fern with streamers of tulle. Tho service in aTPMasonicr-apleridor land aolemniry was read and the party teas seated and .served at ,& special fabler beautiful in itff appointments of fine white napery, ferns and -cut flow ers, while the central decoration waa a hngo bride cake embellishod -with many tiny roce buds and eircled with eaQa HKesT Theiridal aoag, "Thou Art Risen, My Beloved' by Coleridge Taylor, was. sung by-Mrs Myrtlo- Winfrey,- who looked charming in. iAvendar. satin witlKkcff and cut jet trimmings. XB8 HiarvcioBs acc u - liant iffair isay bfr'attribntetl to -the I4J Of waicft. .sir. JJST Jrowera j - ffliaj bfe- assisted.' by Mrs. -rowers. J The? -SBCstSj to the JHtmber of several kaadrecT, werfr served at table os. the baleoBT, and lhehlire Bexrice -was aanageA- Iry jthe Trestle Board Clab with ireat preein00' lnr ihfr oak of iowa aestsTrere Lmtj- It E. 43reer-eGSsiH, of tho bride, Atlaata, Gil, Mr. LattJmere, Attaao,! n ."MX. "WMte.-ABrasta, ta- jsara. DcBnis,:.ia, fras$e Mrs. M: Helssee, Oak Pares, m, -&. Cera-.Rsley, IfScs, 3Gc1l, awl 3Csb jRatt Bradley Kas Gt&KmssaSj -wa w w. 1 ift aa. -Btf'-telhe 3sJaHter frock ia JaVvery: wt: gtajr with aS the e- 7feTr"very teeal lodge- was rep- wfcm We ei X m St who ie er Jew -so. jwkr- ;-; .U.iu wsw Mr&TS. DeOemr isa jfot Ae jb ; of Hiram Lodge v !& .First Assistant Corporation Counsel of Chicago, one of the most popular public officials in the city ball, who will be elect ed one'of the new Judges of the Graph Court of Cook. County Tuesday, June 6. . ' -5feaJTjJieJK!B,iatSTtrA Biatant Corporation Counsel of Chicago, who will if he lives be elected as one of the new Judges of the KSrcnit Court of Cook County was born in this city August 31, 1873, receiving his early education in its public schools from which bo in time graduated with all tip honors due him. At the end of that period lie attended .the Bryant & Strat ton Business College and the-old Chi cago AthcnnPUTn where he completed his commercial education. Later on in life he graduated with the highest honors from the Law De partment of the Lako .Forest Univer sity, and he was admitted to the Chi cago Bar and tho Illinois Bar in 1S97, and a short time after that date he re ceived his commission to practice in the United States Supreme Court at Washington, -D. a J'.. . It must, be said to the everlasting credit of Mx. Breen that right from tho; CartheB, !Most Aneienf- Matron, Boyal Eagle Conrt. H. of J. No. 44," taupe crepe mentor, hand embroidered; Mrs. G. Balay, Loyal Lady, Grand Beeorder, Order of the Golden Circle; oyster col ored reorgetta and picture hat; Mrs. Jno. Dunmore, Grand Treasurer, H. of J., black, taffeta with cut steel beading; Mrs. John Mayo, Grand Treasurer, O, EL &, taffeta and-Band eolored duvctyn; Mrs.Ida May Tyfec, Ada O. B. Ji, Jav endar eatin -embossed in velvet with lace and butterfly saah of chiffon; Mrs. Loin Oxford, gray -taiHeur; Mrs. LU- liin-Tata, midnight blue georgette in tho newest shades of beadiag; Mrs. Lena B. Taylor breach organdie with girdle, of moire,iroeade Mrav Beatrice Perkins, gold embroidered, pussy wiuow taffeta, with bodice of gold lace; Mrs. Boss, Pouehe, .satin and. gold-lace off sen strikingly with black lynx neck piece; Xrs.,3iary Harsh, Sec. Napolocn Court, H. of J. saun srnpcu i eharmesM relieved with touchea of the new Harding, fiae. - Others amaag the aistingeiaaecv fcaeeta. were "MV JL A. Todd, who Broad- 6f Ms wff Accjcaistaaee -with w rrem. Hr. And Mrs. S;:W. Triea, Mrs. JohaB, Sarty'H ?" ' ridge, 3CrsL iL 3acClnre, Mrs. Emm & -CfHseay, 3fa.lCBUBaehe, Mr. and Mrs.JaevB. "Whitei Mrs. Harriel FJemisgs Kr. Mrs. Thorn Bs; Mr. 4 Mrs. Thorns waua, j. Mrs Jo Jeaes Dr. sad Mrs. "WB Bam., Mr, asd-Mrs. Geo. -Wnsea and svlwet Btiem TrawaU -wero itaS ! deaverea wka"w left-tie ian to preparo for pnsi ihe fiispiay mUI -nim'mraMei&BK.' arrested by Ii iSSBSBSBSBSBiBVBliSMiBSBSBSBSBSBSiBSiH' ' SSBSbSbSbSbSBsS IJSiJSiJSHBTsiJSiTiSiJSSTiJSBTsiJSiJSiJiiJSiSTH ' IJSiJSiSTiiSTfll HON. JAMES W. BREEN. unltedia-marriage tcMiss sV-m . in the practice of his chosen profession and for many years he has been one of the popular members of the Chicago Bar Association. , - Prom 1907 to 1911 he' served with honor to himself and to -the citizens of Chicago as Assistant Prosecuting At torney, under the late Mayor Fred A. Basse. In 1915 Mayor William Halo Thomp son selected Mr. Breen as Assistant Corporation Counsel of Chieago, and near the first of the present year ho was chosen Pint Assistant Corporation Counsel and Jie is more, than making good in that responsible and important position and continues to reflect great credit upon himself and upon the ad ministration of Mayor Thompson. vLcss than two years ago Mr. Breen wbo was always considered one of the most handsome bachelors, iri this citv spread and bolster cover from Boyal Eaele Court No. 44, H. of J.; woolen blankets, Guiding tar Chapter No. 73; pearl handled butter spreads, Esther Court No. 2, H. of J.; Irish linen table napery, Bosic E. Moore Chapter No. 78, O. E S.; silver mounted glass cas serole with surer salt ana: pepper shakes, Talma- Chapter No. 2, O. . S.; humidor mounted with .Masonic em blem and tray, Bobi. A. Jackson W. M -Olive Branch Lodgo, U B, P arid A. M.; table linen Corner Stone Lodge No. 81, P. and A. M.; mahogany pe destal, Universal- Lodgo No. 65; Twen tieth Century Negro library,' Miss Gencvievo Benben and mother; hand painted vase, Mr. and Mrs! B." E. Tur ner; silver ladle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome- Barlow; silver mounted, -comb, 'brush and mirror, -Mr. and Mrs: Mazique; hemstitched and embroidered sheets and' slips, Mr. and Mrs. John B. "Jones, bath room rag, Mrs. Moody .and many, many others. 3fr. and Mrs; Matthews win be -tem porarily domiciled at 2008 Washing ton blvd, whero they will be AtHoae to friends Saaday, April 3, 3821, from 3 to fi p. m. "" The Broad Ax Staff extends eaagrat slatSosii to fte aewly wedded eoaple and iriah them 1oa. voyage- e,the se of matriiaeay ad,know Oat the eaa pass wul always nide aright, a' aota. johsiojcto yva jsxf.-t"iirlette SobfJeMtJvLi- a fw3ay iornaA lus-jmup Mrs. Jehsa is better Jaw Nov 14 Free and Accepted - a r 'Jr "3 V. May Lewis who is so loving and beau tiful and Mr And Mrs. Breen reside in a lovely home at 947 W- 54th plaee, and once eaeh week The Broad Ax finds its way into their home as Mr. Breen who is one of the brainy and most popular public officials in tho City HaD has for years been.a, strong supporter of this paper. In 1920, after a great fight with .the aid of this paper, Mr. Breen was elected the Thompson Committeeman of tho 30th Ward and all the people re siding in that ward and in tho Old Town'of Lake are standing solidly be hind him for the nomination and elec tion as one of the Judges of the Cir euit Court of Cook County for his well grounded legal training pre-eminently fits him for that honored position and he will make an ideal Circuit Court Judge. HON. CLAYTON P. SMITH WILL BE ELECTED CITY TBEASTTBEZ or cHicAao. This coming Tuesday, April 5, the voters, both men and women, residing in all part of this eity, will be called upon to march to. the polls and elect a new City Treasurer and dry Clerk and as all of- the forces of Mayor Wit liam Hale Thompson arev loyally sup porting Hon. Clayton F. Smith for. City Treasurer "ho is bound' to - bo elected with both hands down. -As Alderman Smith has always stood by Mayor Thompson in the City Coun cil and as ho has alwaya-bccn friendly, towards the colored people, CoL Charles E. Morrison, special messenger to Mayor Thompson and all tho other col ored men and women around tho City Hall are., plugging tor his election, to beat the band; As Warden of tho Cook County Hos pital Alderman Smith always dealt jsstily with all the eolored peophs con nected with, that institution and he never displayed any narrow- mindncaa in permitting the whites to lord it over ih. colored people it is therefore the ao&BBB -daty that all of ihfl -colored pegple "who fellow in the footsteps, of Majr-TheapsoB' Ur zaBy .to the sappert of Alderman Salik asd oa jTaesday, - $&&. - THE MGHT TEMPLARS HELD THEIR ANNUAL EASTER SERVICES AT BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY AFTERNOON. hREV. W. S. BRADDAN BREACHED THE ANNUAL 3ER- MON, MR. THOMAS H. SAMUELS, MOST WORi SHIPFUL GRAND MASTER OF THE MOST WOR SHIPFUL PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE OF ILLI . NOIS AND ITS APPENDANT JURISDICTION, AND RGHT EMINENT GRAND COMMANDER OF THE PRINCE HALL GRAND COiSaAflDERY OF KNIGHT TEMPLAR OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS AND ITS APPENDANT JURISDICTION, SIR SAM UEL B. WALKUP, DELIVERED THE PRINCIPAL ORATIONS. last -Sunday the Knight Templars in all of their military glory Srith thoir white plumes and other catchy trap pings headed by the Knight Templars Band, marched through the streets from their hall at 40th and State streets, to the Bercan Baptist. Church, 52nd and Dearborn streets. All in all it was an imposing.-parade which was witnessed by severalthou sand people along the line of march. The members of ihe four Consistories wero lined up in single filo along on Dearborn street, south of 52nd and they stood at attention, while Bight Eminent Grand Commander, Sir Samuel B. Walk up, proudly marched up and down .tho line, followed by the famous Knight Templar Band. The following were the order of the services in the church: Master of cere monies, Sir Stewart C JefforsonPaat E. CL. Godfrey Commandery No. 5K.T. Processional, Organist; Selection, Her eon Choir; Introduction of4 Master of Ceremonies, Sir- James H. Walker, Chftinnaa orGciieral -OwnBritwer Pnry - er, Sir -Miles C. Dotson; Selection, Berean Choir; Remarks, Crusaders GiD, Sister Hattie Woobnge; Solo, AQelujah! He Is Btsen, Sister Bosa Pouehe; Address, by the Most Worship ful Grand Master of the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Illinois and its Ap- DB. M. ABHrYTF. JONES TO. DE LIVER FOTJNDEB'S PAY AD - DEESS AT TTJSEEGEE INSTITUTE. Tnskegeo Institute, Alabama. Dr. M. Ashbie Jones, pastor of the Ponce De Leon Baptist Church of Atlanta, Georgia, and a leader in the Inter racial Commission,, will deliver the an nual address at tho Founder's Day Exercises, which will be held on April 12th. Since the death of. Dr. Booker T. Washington, it has become custom ary to set aside a -day in the month of April to celebrate the day of his birth, which comes -in April, and to pay trib ute to his memory. Each year on this oecasiona speaker of national repute is selected to deliver tho annual Founder's Day address. During the four years of this observ ance, the following men have delivered tho principal address, respectively: Hon. William G. Willcox, New York City, Chairman of the Board of Trus tees of Tuskegce Institute; Hon. P. P. Claxton, Commissioner of Education of the United States; Hon. Emmctt O' Neal ex-govembr of the state of Ala bama, and ex-President William H. Taft. This occasion is also the time of the annual visit of tho Trustees of the In stitute to the school. In accordance with thi custom the- Northern ..and Western members of the Board of Trustees, with their friends, wUl'be present, and expressions from them will be heard. An 'added feature of this year's obr servaneo will bo the dedication of the new buildings. Among the edifices to bo dedicated are James HaB, a dormi-1 tory for giris erected by Mr. Arthur Curtiss James of New York as a me morial to his mother, Mrs. EBea Cur tiss James, five new Trades Buildings, which are replacing tho one building which was destroyed by fire during the period- of tho war, and a new Horse Bern. This occasion will ako- afford the friends of Taskogee Jastitate and the f oBewers of Booker TV Washiagtoa an excellent opportanlty to inspect the work- and net the progross-of the la- stitate asd. to renew their aSegianee to th memory of tho Foander. Dr.B.'B. Mote, Principal, is extendiag cor- dial invitaSoB to aa, to ttead t& Kf ft iVsann! Ofcservaaco of Jokader 'a Tiaiiea "1&J, i . pendant Jurisdiction, Bro. Thos H. Samuels; Solo, Mrs. James "Weatiars; Address, by the Bight Eminent Grand Commander of the Prince Hall Grand: Commandery of Knight Templar of the State of Ulionis and its Appendant Jurisdiction, 8ir-8amnel B, TTalkupr' Offertory; Selection, Berean Choir; Ser mon, f. S. Braddan; Presentation: (a) To Pastor, by A. A. Nea, a C St. George" Commandery; (b) To Trustees, by Henry Callaway, E. C. Corinthian Commandery;. (e) To Choir, by J. M. Hill Godfrey Commandery; Benedic tion; BecessionaL General Committee: James H. Walker, Chairman; 8. A. Lone, Treasurer; B. J. H. B. EHingotn, Secretary; Corinthian Commandery No. 1, K. T., James H. Walker, Pink Jackson and C. H. Chris mas; St. Georgo Commandery No-4, K. Tn B. J. B. Ellington, James Thompson " and William Montgomery; Godfrey Commandery No. S, K. T, S. C. Jeffer son, Howell Holmes and James Dl Humphrey; Hugh Do Payne, Cqmmaa- T" ' fuVry - No; 19; K. T, J. l.-Beynolds, "Sl ". JK- A. Lane and A. BTbliverT All of the Knight of Templars were kud in declaring that it was the best and most interesting services which they have so far held and that Bev: Braddan dished up a tip-top n"nnl Easter sermon for them. Hon. William H. Taft, in his ad dress last year said. '"Founder's Day at Tuskegce should be as important a day in the annals of the American Negro as Washington's birthday is to all Americans. As Georgo Washing ton's life acts are valuable as an in spiration and example to all his coun trymen so should the Hfp and achieve ments of Booker T. Washington be to the men of his race." HAMPTON INSTITUTE GYMNA STUM" PEOGBAM. Demonstration of Physical-Education Work Presentation of Mrs.. Dora Cole Norman. Hampton, Va. That physical. educa tion work has hygienic, educational and social values was shown at tho recent fourth annual Hampton Insti tute gymnasium demonstration,' Tho program represented the work done dur ing the year under tho. direction of the physical" directors Miss Olive B. Bow- ell, Charles H. Williams and Charles P. Howard (Assistant). It was given with the idea of promoting wholesome: recreation and of developing a greater public -appreciation of physical eduea-' tion. Mrs, Dora Cole Norman of New York presented Coleridge-Taylor's "Scenes from an Imaginary BaEet and Mel ville? Charltoa's "Poem Erotique." Her .. interpretative and aesthetic dancing, which was executed with skill and grace, received the hearty applause of the large audience of visitors, mem-;- - bers pf the Hampton Institute staff, and strdents. 4 "Cotton Needs Piekiay a dance . written rf Charles H. WUKams, ,was presented in costume by a, large- group of students. It is 'one of tho-many' - 4 ---work songs of tho field hands and was - - -sang ia""the oarly plantation days, This dance interprets the words ia ac.-. -! ties and incladee stops and actioss - jy- which are characteristic of Jfegroiliie- .-"- Tho following liaes of work--werei preseated; relk-3aBeiagr ' eceentrfe dancing; school-room worlc of several : -' selected typest sad seftisg-np o'rflli Irish $Si wand drill; gyawt& 1mr. sob; aamD-Doti wcrx; rewwa vrnxsgi -- iag; Patch .dasdng; competitivo-Tfpe;' gassei, andtappanitM work. . i--'v '-& Appropriate asasSc was- faraished, Tsff Miss- poT4iJr"a Biggs S. Nathsilt" , if -?3 !:i! V rm "Ax- - -H petf aadetalCB.,.'fnVf3- -.- ttfokeiL " Py walked .Uiii,: fr JBk- y- lmiet cagoaia as Mw Xeberra., Isatitwe. . - 'v- . "' - MiKywe,- jim. "n. 5 (U. i- r feSr. u"k-f JyJT bvijjcvMj .tub SITU a. Tsim-: "wis. ja & ress