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ATTY ADAMS OPENS NEW!
LAW OFFICES Attorney G. C. Adams Attorney G. C. Adams, who for some time has been associated with Attorney Alva Bates at 1102 State Street, has branched out for himself, opening his new office at 129 East Thirty-first Street in the Avenue Building. . His success since coming to ( hi rago has made him one of the few younger men in the profession that has been able to work his way to the front in a remarkable short time, which is contrary to the old method of years of plodding before ability was recognized. Attorney Adams gained quite a deal of distinction in the business world since he entered the practice of law in Chicago, having handled the legal matters for several ol Chicago’- larg est enterprises. He also gained some prominence during the race riots two years ago when t ailed upon to defend those who had become caught ill the grip of the’ law and who were without funds. His energetic personalities has helped in making friends and holding then, and accounts for some of the success which has attended his efforts. .til former clients of Attorney Adams may now locate him at his new address in the Avenue Building, instead of at his old address. French Lick, Ind. The A. M. E. Church was largely attended on Sunday last. The church has recently installed new choir chairs and other furniture. A. S. Washing ton, pastor.***Mrs. Hoker, of Stand ford, Ky., died while visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Lewis. Remains were shipped to Standford for burial August 23.***Mrs. L. Babbage and Mrs. Sadie Lee left lor Owensburk, Ky., Friday last.*** Miss Kathryn Graves, of Chicago, III.. L visiting Miss M. Holden.***Mrs. P. Stockdail, Mrs. Christobal are attending the Lex ington fair.***Mrs. T. Handley and Miss Alma Worthington left this morning for Louisville, Ky.***Mrs. Cato W. Palm, of Palm Beach, Fla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mathew, on Bowels Street.***R. J. Holden and 1. Handley have returned from Marion, Ind., grand lodge of Masons.***Dr. Brown and wife, of Indianapolis, are visiting Louisville, Ky.***Mrs. John son and Miss Johnson, 4X48 S. State Street, Chicago, Ilk, left for Louisville early this week. |New Orleans, La. By Robert W. Daggs. Mrs. Julia Simpson, wile ot Mr. Al- j bert Simpson, and her children, Alber- I tine, Geraldine, John and Julius, of j 1824 Amelia Street, are spending their vacation with the mother of Mrs. , Simpson at 4137 Langley Avenue, Chi- | cago, lll.***Mr. Willie Hedgeman, oi 2t>l4 Thalia Avenue, has been ill for J the past three weeks. We are very I glad to state that he is on the road to j recovery again.***Mrs. Julia Damons, I mother of Mr. E. P. Damon, has ar rived in the city from Shreveport, where she has spent some time as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Wil liams. She was tendered a surprise by a number of her friends and rel . ycs ai their home, 3718 Camp Street, recently. Among those pres ent were; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. G. Johnson, Mrs. N. Knox and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arcenaux and Mrs. D. Norman.***Mrs. Nicker son, of 1827 Seventh Street, has been sick and confined to her home recently. Montgomery, Ala. Mrs. John Hannington and daugh ter are spending a few weeks in Co lumbus, Ga., and other parts of Geor gia taking a much needed rest. *** The Zion Star Benevolent Society gave their Annual I’icnic at Washington Park Monday, August 22nd and was very well attended. ***The Alabama Reform School Band will give a Band Concert at State Normal School Mon day night, August 29th. This band is composed of juvenile lawbreakors and! is said by those who have heard it to be one of the best of its kind now traveling. ***A stag was given Wed nesday evening in honor of Thomas [ Crooms at the Speedway Pleasure , Gardens. Plates were laid for thirteen. ' ***Mrs. Laura Owens and children left ] Wednesday for P.ufala Ala., after > spending a few days with her sister. ' Mrs. Eugenia Streeter. ***The Clef ! Club entertained at a bridge party ati< the club rooms Thursday evening j August 18th. Tea and dainty sand-1! wiches were served members and ■ guests on the veranda and in the club J rooms where tables had been placed < for the occasion. ***Mrs. Bernice • Carter and her attractive daughter J have returned front New Jersey where * many social affairs were given in their honor. ***Miss Minnie Reeves of Chi- j cago is the house guest of Mrs. M. L. ij Brown. ♦**On last Tuesday evening H In Charge of Aldine Property. M. T, Pailey, president the Bailey Realty Co. and manager the Milton Mercantile Agency, .1638 State Street, has been put in charge of thousands of dollars worth of property in Aldine Square. Mr. Bailey is also looking out after several other valuable pieces of property for clients. Motor From Minneapolis. Mrs. lone K. Gibbs, well known in thi' Northwest, together with Mrs. J.'J. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Gibbs, Jr., motored to the city from Minne apolis, Minn., about ten days ago and j have been highly entertained by friends in the city. Returns to Kansas. Miss Geraldine Broadus, of Leaven worth, Kans., has returned to her home after spending two pleasant weeks ill the city as the guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Young, 3556 Giles Avenue. In City Mrs. Rhoda M. Johnson, a teacher in the public school of Kansas City, Kans., and slate grand princess of S. M T , of Illinois, i» iiisthe city attend ing the grand lodge of the Knights i and Daughters of Tabor, in session al ijuinn Chapel. While here Mrs. Jolin I son is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. IT. I Young, 3556 Giles Avenue. the Cosmopolitan Club entertained with a dance. A dainty lunch was erved. Miss Ponton acting as hostess. Mrs. Margeret Lamar of Brooklyn, Nr. V., and Misses Katherine Turner. Velma Jones and Olivia Miles were the house guests of Mrs. < ilascook Mays. They were delightfully enter tained at a tea Tuesday evening. *** All news for The Whip must reach me, Andrew Hurd, 21K Highland Ave nue, Phone .U77-J, not later than Fri day of each week in order to appear in the next week's issue. Houston, Tex. Mrs. II J. Pendergrass returned from Smithville, Texas, last week.*** Mrs. Met tie Wilks left Sunday for Porter, Texas. ***.\Irs. Lillian Manns left Monday for Chicago, where she will spend a month. ***Mrs Hattie Laure, 707 Crosby St., made a Hying trip to Waller, Texas, last week. *** Miss L. E. Adams is the guest of Miss M. Laure for a short while. *** More people should read The Whip Get it from William Archibald, 422 San Felix street. DOUGLAS FUR SHOP Now offering all furs at 40% discount Hudson Bay Seal, trimmed in skunk, squirrel and beaver $165.00 up Hudson Seal, trimmed in skunk and beaver ... 350.00up Mink Capes, 36 inches long ........ 350.00 A wonderful assortment In Jap Minks, Neck Pieces and Stoles i, • £ i.'.t , ?r • • U** - • Genuine Hudson Seal Stoles, made of selected pieces, while they last -.. $18.00 DOUGLAS FUR SHOP Removed To — 3504 Grand Boulevard E. K. Settles, Prop. Telephone Douglas 419 HOWARD UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON, D. C. Founded by GENERAL O. 0. HOWARD J. STANLEY DURKEE. A. M~ Ph. D.. D. D.. President EMMETT J. SCOTT| A. M., LL. D., .Secretary-Treasurer COLLEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS Junior College, covering the Freshman and Sophomore year* end leading to the Senior Schools. Senior Schools, consisting of the Schools of Liberal Arts, Education, Journal ism, and Commerce and Finance, granting respectively the degrees, A. B. or B. S.t A. B. or B. S. in Education; B. S. in Journalism; B. S. in Commerce and Finance. School of Applied Science, four year course, granting the degree, B. S. in Civil Engineering, B. S. in Electrical Engineering, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering, B. S. in Architecture, B. 5. in Agriculture, and B. S. in Household Economics. Evening Classes. The work of the Junior College and the Senior Schools may be taken in evening classes with full credit. School of Music, four ye*- granting the degree of Mus. B. School of Religion, three yeut eotm*. granting the degrees of B. D. and Th. B. Courses are offered also by correspondence. School of Law, three year course, granting the degree of LL. B. School of Medicine, including Medical, Dental, Pharmaceutical Colleges. Four year courses for Medical and Dental students; three year course for Pharmaceutical students. Following degrees granted: M. D., D. D. S., Phar. C. Studints nay emir for calliglato work at tho boginning of any quirlir. ! Autumn Quarter.. September 28, 29. 30, 1921 Winter Quarter ............ January 3, 4, 1922 Spring Quarter.March 18, 20," 1922 FOR CATALOG AND INFORMATION WRITE F. D. WILKINSON, Registrar HOWARD UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON, D. C. ft * Aug. Guenther & Son “Cleaners With A Reputation” EXPERT rLEANERS OF LADIES’ AND GENTS’ GARMENTS RUGS, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES. PLANT OFFICE 3449 Forest Avenue 316-318 East 35th Street Phone Douglas 3274 Fall Term to Open. The Fall term oi the Enterprise Institute, a trade school with office and buildings at 502-520 Aldino Square, will open September 6 with a strong faculty. Mrs. Graves Here. Mrs. Lenorc Graves, who has spent two years in St. Haul and Minneapolis, Minn., is in the city visiting her son in law ami daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Washington, 15 W. I hirtv sixth Street. Champaign, 111. By Z. L Breedlove. Mr. James A. Washington, general director and sales agent for the Pro gressive Company, located at 3201 Wabash Avenue, capital stock $150,000, spoke at a meeting held at the C. M. E. Church last Wednesday night. Several shares were sold. Mr. Wash ington was very successful in Cham paign during the stay. He sold $1,200 worth of stock while here. He left Sunday morning for Danville, where a meeting was prepared. Mr. 1 . D. Cray and Mr. Z. L. Breedlove are left in charge of the work and business of the Progressive Company here in the city. Telephone Main 1650 or 1162. ♦♦♦Mrs. Myrtle Hill, of Cincinnati. Ohio, is here visiting Mrs. flattie Davis. ♦♦♦The A. M. E. Sunday School held their picnic at Homer Park Tuesday last. There were about 150 people out. Everyone enjoyed themselves in the superlative degree. ♦♦♦Mrs. S. Paige entertained' the Hose Bud Club at her residence on N. Ash Street Wednesday evening. About twenty were present and enjoyed a i pleasant evening.♦♦♦ Miss Edith Mor ris, of Armstrong, is here visiting Mrs. K. D. Cray and Mrs. II. Thompson, of Potomac, III., is also herc.***Mr Robert Smith, Miss Udora Harris and Mrs. Sarah Whitsilt are visiting in | Chicago, 111.♦♦♦The Twentieth Century i Exposition that has been conducted »n the Salem Baptist Church for the last week was brought to a successful conclusion Saturday. •♦* Mr. Henry Wind opens up a grocery store, 509 E. Vine Street.♦♦♦Mrs. Anna Jackson is -pending a few days at home visiting her parents.** ♦The Pilgrim Knights of the World’s grand session con vened in this city Tuesday. Wednes day and Thursday.♦•♦Miss Florence Earnest entertained a number of her friends at her home, 407 East Park Avenue, on Sunday afternoon last.*** Mr. (,'. E. Phillips, grand secretary of the Pilgrim Knights of the World, is in the city.♦♦♦The Zanol Products on sale at 53 E. Columbus Avenue. Speaks to Large Audience. Ret. k IJ. VV. Joins, or Washing ton, D. C, a leading minister of the A. M. E. connection, spoke to large audiences morning and evening at the Walter’s A. M. E. Zion Church, of which he was formerly pastor. Rev. | Jones will no doubt be elected as ! bishop to fill the existing vacancy. Called to City. Mr and Mr- William Mitchell, of1 kittle Rock, Ark., wcer called to thej city a few days ago on account of the illness of relatives in Morgan Park, who are now on the road to recovery. Mr and Mrs. Mitchell are members of Mosaic Temple and the Royal Cir cle of Friends of the World. For Your Health’s Sake “NEPHROSE” (educes swelling in Heart, Kidney and Liver dropsy within a lew days. Price $1.25 per l>o*. “RHEUMATICO” the most wonderful remedy for Rheu matism. A trial will convince you. 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