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CITY
NEWS
Don’t fail 10 attend the dancing
party given ny Self-Improvement club
at Colony hall, May Bth. Webster’s
orchestra. Admission 25c.
Miss Mary Shirley, a prominent
member of the Presbyterian church,
accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
Shirley, left recently for Los Angeles.
Cal., whert they will spend an indefi
nitel period.
If you want employment'
j list your name with Mrs C. E-
Jones, who is conducting an
’ Employment Bureau tor ex
perienced cooks, maids and
yardmen. No charges unless
employment issecured. Phone
j Main 7810. 3763 Franklin St.
Mr. C. H. Winters has moved to
2539 Glenarm place from 3038 Lafay
ette street.
Mrs. Frances Watkins entertained
ihe Takas Wednesday.
FOR SALE —Six rooms of elegant
furniture, including diches, at a bar
gain for a quick sale. Call York 6514.
Mrs. Florence Walton is so ill that
she has been confined to her bed about
one week. She is improving.
The state executive board of the
Federation of the Colorado clubs and
jurisdiction meets next week at Colo
rado Springs. Many Denver people an
ticipate' going to “Little London.
A nice furnished room for rent in
a modern house. Good location. 2607
Glenarm. phone Champa 2423, Mrs J.
L. Rice.
TAKE NOTICE.
The party who by mistake took th<-
j two pennants from the Alpha Kappa
' dance will save the club an enormous
j expense by their immediate return,
either by mail or messenger. C. O D..
to Mr. Clarence Holmes. 2139 Curtis
street. The club will greatly appre
ciate their return.
The literary program for the Miz-
I pah Art Club, to be rendered Apr 1 I*.
1913. at the i4pklence of Mrs. Janies
! Cartwright. The program for the. aft-
I ernoon will be the following:
' Lord’s Prayer Club
j Instrumental solo Miss H. I.ogan
! Paper for discussion. “Woman's
Work In the World of Today
Mrs. .Tas Cartwright
| vecal solo Mrs. Pearl Rose
! Recitation Miss Morgan
Vocal solo Miss Jessie Andrews
Select readine Mrs. E. Parks
General remarks.
Next regular meeting will be with
Mrs. A. Mackey, 2361 Ogden street,
April 22nd.
FOR RENT Rooms in modern
house strictly at reasonable rates.
Wen preferred. Car service. M. 7349.
2934 Glenarm place. Mrs. Carrie
Woodward.
The City Union will render f pro
gram at Bethlehem Baptist hurch
Friday. April 18. 1913, at 8 o' lock.
The public is invited. Please come
early and hear the program, enitled,
“Past. Present and Future.”
Membership cards for the Rocky
Mountain Athletic Association are
' ready. All members are n ested
to get one for 1913.
• SOMETHING NEW.
A reading contest given at Camp
bell Chapel church, Thursday night,
April‘l7. A prize will fee given for
the best selection. Admission 16c.
DON’T FORGET TO HEAR WIL
LIAMS’ JUBILEE SINGERS AT THE
AUDITORIUM, MAY 2. SEATS 50c.
POND LILY ART CLUB PROGRAM.
Instrumental Solo. Mrs. 1 .ester
Grant; Reading, *Mrs. L. .Jackson;
Duett, Mrs. M. Williams and Mr. W.
B. Reed; Reading, Miss H. Dysart;
Musical Selection, “Three Green Bon
nets,” Mrs. TjOttie Bibbs; leading,
Mrs. M. Lawhorn; Instrumental Duet,
| the Misses DeNeal.
The latest list of casualties of Oma
tha were 140 lives lost, 350 persons
injured, 2,500 people homeless,' 550
homes demolished, eleven churches
wrecked, eight school houses razed,
1,250 houses damaged. Insurance,
$500,000. Total loss, $5,000,000. Men
are being offered $2 a day with board
and room to clear the debris. Many
• Denver boys have gone to make some
quick money.
WANTED —Ladles religiously in
clined and willing to follow- a good
course, $9.00 per week. Write Fred
Bischoff, 6208 Winthrop Ave., Chi
cago.
The Easter number of the Crisis is
here and the Elite Drug Store has
only a limited number of this beauti
ful issue. The new soda fountain aad
the fresh supply of new syrups, drugs
and toilet articles has caused a great
increase in the business.
PARLE2 VOUS FRANCAIS?
Parlez vous la langue francaise,
madam et monsieur? In other words,
do you speak French? If not, why
not? French is the language of cul
ture and manners. Oh, you society
folk!
Habla ustcd Espanol? Do you
speak Spanish? Spanish is the most
practical language for an Afro-Amer
ican to learn because all the posses
sions of the U. S. are Spanish speak
ing, all the South American republics,
etc.
Spechen Sie Deutsch? Nein mein
Herr. Do you speak German? No,
sir. Well then, come and see me. I
am prepared to offer you a six weeks
course in any language you desire.
Terms are reasonable. Three les
sons for one dollar, or the complete
course for eight dollars. Regular
course begins Monday, March 31, and
continues six weeks. I guarantee a
practical speaking knowledge at the
end of that time. Office and class
rooms 2540 Washington avenue.
School of Modern Language Con
versation. C. Durham Campbell, A.
13.. instructor.
Phone York 2128.
“THE ENGAGED.”
The three-act drama will be repeat
ed Tuesday evening, April 15, at Beth
lehem Baptist church. East Thirty
second avenue and Lafayette. Buy
your tickets early from the following
contestants: Mrs. L. Walton. Miss
Hazel Scott, Mrs. P. Stredwick. Ad
mission 10w.
Mrs. Esther Morris. 2953 Stout, re
turned this week from a long and ex
pended visit to Hannibal. Mo.
Mrs. Alice Eldridge left Monday Tor
St. Louis to be gone indefinitely.
PAINS IN THE STOMACH.
If you continually 'complain of
pains in the stomach, your liver or
your kidneys are out of order. Neg
lect may lead to dropsy, kidney trou
ble. diabetes or Bright’s disease.
Thousands recommend Electric Bit
ters as the very best stomach and
kidney medicine made. H- T. Alston,
of Raleigh. N. C., who suffered with
pain in the stomach and back, writes:
My kidneys were deranged and my
liver did not work right. I suffered
much, but Electric Bitters was recom
mended and I improved from the first
dose. I now feel like a new man.” It
will improve you too. Only 50c and
SI.OO. Recommended by all druggists.
The Carnation Art club will meet
with Mrs. Washington at 261 Detroit
treet, Friday, the 18th.
DON’T FORGET TO HEAR WIL
LIAMS’ JUBILEE SINGERS AT THE
AUDITORIUM, MAY 2. -6EATS 50c.
IN MEMORIAM.
In loving memory of our dear hus
band and father, Mr. Moses 11.
Thrashley, who left us April 14, 1912.
We do not forget him; we loved him
too dearly
For his memory to fade from our
lives like a dream.
The lips need not speak when the
heart mourns sincerely,
And our thoughts often rest where
they are seldom seen.
One year has now passed since he
left us in sorrow,
And sad was the shock we received
on that day,
But some day we’ll meet and enjoy
him forever,
In the home of our Savior.
MRS. M. THRASHLEY & FAMILY.
FOR RENT —5-roorn house with
bath, 1005 East. 26th avenue, $lB. Eb
cn M. Hills, 201 California Bldg.
Thero will be a free entertainment
given for the social benefit of the
Daughters of Labor at 2836 Stout St..
April Iff. The District Deputy ex
tends you a cordial invitation.
VICTROLA AT ENGINE CO. NO. 3.
The latest addition to the many
amusements furnished their friends
is a handsome Vlctrola with scores
of classy records. Among *the selec
tions are some of Dunbar’s works,
renditions by the Fisk Quartette and
others. Don’t, spend your money for
grand opera, the boys cordially in
vite you down and assure you a mus
ical treat.
COUGHB AND CONSUMPTION.
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lungs. The wisest, thing to do when
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