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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO. 4Ll4 SAT5JRDAY, NOVSMBBR 5, 1?2L
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May ttlfiti Praker
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2$ inch hag by aerng
this toonderiklhaxr grouper
ATTjin rtavA nfh ilkv hair that can be easily dressed.
Exeeento hasmade happy thonsanda,of vommhobad
coarse, nsppy hair. ItTOll do the sameforyoo. Ajn:
r Js fcrittfe and lifeless or ifyon have dandroffaM itch
rag scalp, fay a box of EalLENTO QfflHIKE FOHADE.
FornesteSkK?ittores. Price by jBn25coa recast ta.
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, -Georgia
"We ada ExKuano &&jttmna, a rfntst fer dk, eeSow ak&a.
Bsed in treatment of kln troaS.
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, Under State Government Supervision
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B Talk -sad "Sharp" Took.
The powers propose, o cut up
China, Perhaps this will remind the
Chinamen hpw sadly they are in "need
of a haircut. " ,
"I will a long as I can -get it"
Does prohibition prohibit? When has
ever "thou shall not" taken prece
dence over "l can and I will if I want
to? "I wilL" is not to be sneezed
at when you're got. the right concep
tion of the higher principles Tof lifcJ
More neonte. drinking Honor than
were ever known before may be argu
ment to set "up against yet it is one
of those reformations thai must
sweep all the world before it. True
it is slow in forming, but it will sweep
the world spon.
' "True Reformer."
hantralow on .lots in Morgan Park,
purchased through 4he Bapey Realty
Co 3638 State St.
ARMISTICE CRUSADE" '
POR EQUAL RIGHTS
NATIONAL ARMISTICE DAY
Tnammration of Second 'Colored
Democracy Congress at Doors .
World "Disannament Conference at
Queen of Sheba Household of Ruth
3406, G. U. O. O. F., entertained a
large number of guests October 27
at Odd eFJlows Hall with a fine pro
gram and reception in honor of Mrs.
Ella G. Berry, presiding officer and
D. G. W. R. of he Households of
Ruth of Illinois and jurisdiction. In
the midst of great applause, Mrs.
Berry was presented with J hand
some solid gold Household pin. Much
credit is due Mrs. Mollie Price, chair
man of the committee on arrange
ments, and her co-workers, among
whom were Mrs. Clara Caruthers and
The members of Moriah Juvenile
44, G. U. O. O. F., together with
their parents, were entertained with a
Halloween party October 25 at the
residence of Mrs. Lou Ella Young,
D. G. M. N. G 3556 Giles avenue. A
fine progr-am was rendered, refresh
ments served and prizes awarded.
Rev. J. W. McDaniel, president and
general financial agent of the Enter
prise Institute, 514 Aldine square,
who was taken suddenly ill Sunday
afternoon from a trip to Milwaukee,
Wis., is some improved.
WILL HOLD MEETING.
The Pyramid Building & Loan
Association, of which Charles H.
Jackson is president and James A.
Parker secretarj't will hold a meeting
Sunday afternoon under -the auspices
of the famous J. Wesley Jones Choir
of two hundred voices at the Wendell
Phillips High School.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modem Houses, Apartaento
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE ,AVE.
Corasrjflst Street, Chicago
Ancient Roman Empire.
The Eomm ecsplre during: the' reign
-:pfa5tTis la supposed; to Wtq' con
tained 100,000.000 inhabitants, half of
-.urhoawera , slaves. It Included .the
modern, countries at Parfcosal, Spain,
France, Belgium, western Holland
Bhealsa Prussia, parts of Baden, Wur
temberg and Bavaria, Switzerland,
Italy.the Tyrol ne foraeg-AcB-trian-empire
proper; "western Hungary,
Croatia, Slavonia, Turkey In Europe,
Greece. Asia, Minor, Syria, Palestine,
, That Sunday School Class!
Wishing to become acquainted with
the methods of her predecessor, a
young woman who- taught a Sunday
school class for the fiit time asked
the group of hright-f aced, slx-year-olda
what the lesson had been the prevlosa
-SaaSay. Silence prera.He for- mo
ment. Then -a snub-nosed urchin
waxed has hand frantically -and when
granted permission to speak, answered:
"It was about burning, the hugs In the
nrch.'' Conversation, with" the former
teacner-'afterwards revealed that 12
Egroft 5W?pH, T Alberto, andj leswn had; heea "Buoaisg Incensa to
raoai dsiAsn attks, odb asa.Dodson ttpo &king psxtaMad
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Ik Pstter-msite Drag Oo. Mfeaw,
viestawBat career -4780'S. Staat
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Edwsrd: Felix, -.jwSsss txgam .'a!
aenra, stss4s, 3082 SBeaxhflw-fc-
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Miss Willina Ellison, 58 W 36th
St, left the city during thewe'ck; for
Austin, Tenax, where she will teach
the commercial course in St John
College. Miss Ellison has taught
school in Illinois for several years'.
M. T. Bailey, president, The Bailey
Press Bureau, 3638 S. State St, has
been made associate editor of the
National Monthly Magazine cf A. U.
K. & D. of A, published by the A.
V. K. 8t D. of A. Record Publishing
Co at Indianapolis. InL Hon. Wm.
H. Fields' is president and Rev. Sam
uel Davis is editor and general' busi-1
PLEASED WITH AFFAIR
The officers of the Wendell Phil
lips Day Nursery, 2009 Walnut St,
are pleased with the candle lighting
given October 30th for the benefit of
the nursery. More than three hun
dred dollars were raised, with large
amounts in pledges to' be collected.
The affair was held at the Original
Providence Baptist Church, Fulton
and Walnut Sts.
PREPARE TO BUILD.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Salinger
are preparing to build a modern
The national' lieadquarters of the
National Equal Rights League, Rev.
M. A. N. Shaw, president, at ?4 Corn
hill, has issued the following bulletin
The widespread dissemination of
the call of the National Equal Rights
League, Rev. M. A. N Shaw, presi
dent for a National Equal Rights
Armistice Day observance on Novem
ber 11th or the following Sunday,
November 13th, by the leading col
ored newspapers tf the country, has
aroused great interest tn the move
ment and many such equal ngnts
observances .are being planned.
As these meetings serve the object
of justice in a double way, first by
calling attention to the violation of
the cause for which our soldier boys
gave their lives, and, second, by in
augurating a movement to send dele-.
gates to the Second World Democ
racy Congress ofthc league at Wash--
ington, December .14-16, at the doors
of the World Disarmament Confer
ence, it is very desirable that all the
meetings be united in one grand, co
To this end, in accord with the call
issued, the league asks that every
body join with the Equal Kights
League in holding the meeting where
there is one, or that a local league be
formed for the purpose, or an Equal
Rights Committee. Otherwise let the
mas meeting or meetings be hdld by
any otner organizations, or any
churches or societies who will thus
help the race. In all cases the chair
man or secretary is asked to send a
note of what was done to the Corre
sponding Secretary of the league, W.
Monroe Trotter, 34 CornhilL
Mass Meetings, which are to be a
part of this Equal Rights movement
for a National Race Convention at
the doors of this 2nd World Peace
Conference, from which our delegates
cannot be kept "this time by the de
nial of passports, can be arranged on
brief notice because the race is in
terested in this Arms Conference- A
month will then remain for arrang
ing to send delegates to this World
Democracy Congress called and con
ducted by the League from local
leagues, Equal Rights Committees, or
any other race body. Credentials
from any race body will entitle to
full participation in the Congress.
Wm. Monroe Trotter,
A. D. GASH
ATTOKIOBT AT LAW
118 N. L Sail Street
JM2 Calumet Av.
JAMES a COTTER
ATTORNEY- AT tAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
TtlSphen Central $364 .
Assistant Attorney Oeneral
- State of jninoli
384S arand Bout.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E. 31ST STREET
Phone: Doug la 6331
F. Dasn, J. B. MeCahey,
Tel: Oakland 1552, 155L 1550
JOHN J. DUNN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FtftHnrat aad Federal Streets
Valuable People. '
"" The value of a single man or woman
of open mind. Independent judgment,
and moral courage, who requires to
be convinced and refuses to be cajoled.
In only concerned to be right and not
afraid to bo singular, deferring to
reason but not to rank, true to their
own jself, and therefore not false to
any man the value of such a man or
woman. I say. Is priceless; a nation of
such would leaven and regenerate the
world. Professor James ward.
A. remarkable example of the nse
of sculpture to Illustrate scientific
facta is the frieze on the exterior ot
the New Institute of Human Palaeon
tology, In- Paris, carved by Constant
Houx. It depicts scenes from the life
of primitive humanity, some of the
subjects being reconstructions of pre
historic periods, while others repre
sent contemporary life among un
Jacicrabbrt Something of a Puzzle.
The Jackrabblt thrives In the seml
arid regions of the West, frequently
found In places remote from any
-visible water supply and scant growth
of green Tegetatlon. Bat that the rab
bits are fond of succulent herbs Is
evident by the raids they make on
grain and alfalfa fields, and Tegetablt
6 if Hmee 3886 Prakte Ave.
Fbesa Detgfes 9188
Pheaea: Mala J81T Aate S3-99S
A. L WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Salt. 765 Flmsaka
" 84 W. Waaaizgtea Street
Ashland State. Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000.00
'1610 Wet 63rd Street , Chicaso
Comparative- Statement, 61 Deposits
.November 18, 1912, $83.6,605.23
Novemb'er 17. 1914, $912,005.69
November 17, 1916, $1,132,750.72
November 18, 1918, $1,284,08424
November 17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
November 15, 1920, $324633:09
' ". ' - , OFFICERS
IWlfN1 B7AIN, President
MICHAEL MAlafc.1-, Vice President
EDW. C. BARRY, Cashier
W. MERLE FISHER, Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR C. UTESCH, Asst Cashier
Something in This.
If a. man has the raw material for
being a blamed fool, he cannot blame
the fakir for taking advantage of
It Always Costs Him a Stroke.
Nothing is more disconcerting to a
middle-aged golfer than to be. asked
by the young lady who Is watching him
drive off whether he Intends to enter
the grandfatb--! tournament.
In rooms where the floor is run e
red with a soft carpet the tootIm
chairs is often the cause of a good &
ef noise The trouble may be rea
died In tUs way: From thk felt
small rounds to glue on to tf e feet U
the chairs These can be snired ftoa
an old hat r cut from an odd pie tf
floor covering. The chairs -an fea
be moved about quietly een on h
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The Cranfprd Apartment Bldg.
3600 WABASH AVENUE
The finest buildia $ ever opined to Colored tenants in Chicago.
Steam heat, electric lights, tile baths, marble entrance
Passe Main 263 J. W. Casey, AgL 133 W. WasbiogloD S
OUR NEW HOME
Mrs. Hsses SaxtltfL, preaifeat ef Ike I
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