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“NOSEY” SEES ALL
KNOWS ALL NpOSKY HAS for a long time won what s<> many fair-haired pah-laced painted **Iadi<V were doing nut on the south side every ( ve iling watched them get off elevated and airfare ears coining imm the North; every e < ntng at ;. t * - mt e\ en or < h! •* cl'» k P.aeh carried a little Boston hag which ( ciiv d to bulge from its eon t-ut Nosey saw (lieni go to variou points on Indiana. Avenue. Wabash and < almnet \venues and Grand Boulevard. No t y had 111 wish fulfilled about those 1 Om • ’■ ft >m ,i lady hand as slv descended the Klevated rather 1111 tcudily Saturday eve Comb and hru h, powder and paint, and some delicate feminine silk apparel which *wa bevn-id Ngscv to determine w"hat purpose i? creed Nosey . mu Itidt d that the S >uth ode receives many travelers who had '•me sight-seeing. Yet \<* ev has no tic'd that the am* mh appear dm*o' rverv night \n*ith« ■ . • o * \ ON i K KALI A !ii. t«i 1h cart i til 'with whom tiny take auto,nubile mb Nosey w.t driving through recog m/' I a little lady that * • 'ty ing her best to find the way * She was bil lowing th d r it \ »s< v -.topped and a -cl h< r v*. h h vas cry in* 1 adrnittt that lost and admitted u< t , mi her fhsr things which X* * nn • rdjs \t any rate la Cuitid no? he rstiaded to get in flu * .ii v till No ■ •. . dw aid she had walked :;*! n <-ugh alnady and would sti k it out till she gut to the street car litn 'she accepted Nosey's direction to tin nearest street car line but • ... did accept car-fare hecatwe Iter purse was til! in the utln-r ear. She ha Vf it she cannot tell anyone about the ai ■ air and tn that respect differs from some ■ who tel] at lea that happen> to tUm, * * • S' OMK DAN I HK gemlvimn \vh .| ga?h* on Wabash A\enu* will fin*!] nut that then "swell apartment " j and all i*t t*> ctpiiptni " :m l*>i.g» \ Im* then No»«y found *>m that ; i! u the money that tfie;. h r. gotn tip ir j lions* keeper has not been pet;! .r instructed and t -m* .r! tin turn h ing> i in tin- naii»t * i tin gent, mao rteitd of the • ; as they arc plea - i t • • ill 1 • VVlien ! lliry have paid enough lor it !** he «.»>> i for her to tarry the load she plans t** I move, bag and baggage "1 has ton j much on the ‘gentlemen" i them t»» put up a holler and will have a clean ! g*t*aw#ay Never figure that a woman gels too old to figur* or yon will lose some of your com NV»,e> knows, » * * • I-'* \ i KV X< )W and tie n ... 4 on oi (In •• | '!••:!.! < .1 id almost "fell out” when In aw ttdio three of the “diining lights" and ..,!iei ti.ui ; takers were Tin > locked at \< » and | Nosey lofkt 1 at tin in lip . if I the collection plate but had t‘ . »d judg- j ment to pa-s Nosey. Niter < rs \ »*.*•> saw them d* part » . It wit It a lu«!\ Nosey and the litre* “shining lights” met again that night under the bright lights" and again they were pas ing tip plates for coins. It all shows that n you arc .skilled in a given line stick t«» it, in* matt* r where y< «u ar< ♦ * * * \ ' Y en in youi ty.m Nos* y wa *h.wn on Michigan Avenue t|j either night looking in the shop windows, his hack t«» the street. He f* It rather 11wui saw a lady near him. Then he heard a familiar voice say, “I'm sorry that J m late llarrv. hut I just rotild not get away any sooner." Nosey turned, not yet knowing that the remarks were addressed t«» him. He looked down into the face of one of “society's young buds/’ who then became redder than ihe paint she wore. Nosey knew who Harry was and she km \v he knew so that slu did not try to wriggle out of it. Nosey only gave her the advice that it pays to see a man’s face as well as his hack before speaking or sonic of one’s precious -en ts will leak out. No . v would like to tell the|litt1e girl's mother, but hr knows that that tody would swear that her daughter was at the movies and did not wear paint. Why worry her, tlicif ? No Matter What You Want To Know * CALL “THE WHIP” Victory 4606 And Ask For Information Desk Any Information Cheerfully Given. Nightingale, has returned to her home in \rdmore. Oklahoma, to the delight or her many friends. Miss Watson sp< n! th- summer in Chicago with her uncle. Dr. S. K. J. Watson, and cousin. Miss Zelma Watson. Word Tame that Miss Watson is to return to tin* city at an early date to take a position in the Cniversity. where she made such an enviable record. Mrs Anna Ecton. 4528 Indiana Ave nue, has been ill at her home for tin last two weeks. Miss Alice Gorgas, star of the La fayette Players, is convalescent after several weeks' serious illness. Doctor A. Jackson, of Dallas Texas, attended the Convention ami was the guest of his son. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Jackson at their mother's residence. M* J- Ryder. 4205 Prairie Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. M 11. Jackson have re turned to Philadelphia, going through to Washington, I) ( ., and Boston, after their pleasant visit with relatives and friends. Mrs James W Ryder will entertain M: . E-smnn and aunt. Mrs. Cassel lla\ford, of Sierra Lemone, \frica, at dinner at her residence. 4205 Prairie Nvtiue. this week. \s Miss Ksstnoti i- a friend of her daughter. Mr-.. Juanita Shaw Jackson, now of Phila delphia. Mrs. Emily Brown Childress of I.os Angeles, Cal., has been the honor guest at a number of social functions and sight seeing parties this past week, •die is ett route to Washington, D. C, " lie will complete her course in pharmacy at Howard Cniversity. Mr. and Mr Harry Davis had their infant son, Harry, Jr., baptized Sun da-. at St. Thomas T pi copal Church. Missi s Helen W. Thomas of Chi cago and Nellie Taylor of Montgom ery, Ala . were the week etui guest* of the Turners in Glencoe. Hi'- Sionilh Adelplua Girl*- Llub wen « ntertaincd at th< home of Miss Hehn Robins, 4454 Calumet \venue, on Sunday afternoon i.ist. It was a • i! i!’•■«*f •!;g of the Club welt and ••vi*ryhudy had the splendid time that was anticipated. \Y.\t meeting will be at home of Miss* Emily Howell. 2444 Wabash Avenue M - Viola Lindsay of Atlanta, Ga., w.i in the city timing the past eight <k visiting her sister. Miss Adtlie I. Lindsay During her stay she vus highly entertained by her many iru-nd mi th« u \ % Among those who made it pleasant for her were Miss IMcnnie King who gave a dinner party at Fh* Hotel Vincennes, Mr-. Sam Flournoy, who also gave a dinner, and Mine. M Railey of Champlain Avenue. 1 left for \tlanta last Saturday. Mr. \ I. Evans and son have rc tmuied to the city after spending the -ummer in the east. Miss Klise Evans wall attend the Boston Museum of I me Art- this year where she will ■ ialize in Art and Crafts. Mi- Katherine K. Lambert of Bir iiugham. Ala., was a guest of honor ' a ' spend-the day” party Fuesday g:.*n by Mrs. Charles Dawson at her home, 502 Ki-t ,17th Street. Sunday. Mr Lambert v.a> the guest of Mr M Mason and Mrs. Tom Lytiain to • - the \im ri* an Giants and The ( nb oi Stars play. Although ill in bed, Mrs. Fred Cade *■! 3025 Prairie Avenue, entertained Saturday night. September 17th in honor of Doc tor Cade and his sister LfhelL birthday Among those pres ent were, Dr and Mrs. A. J. Otlord. Dr Henry li Boone, Mrs. .\J. <). Gainer, Mr. and Mr-. Thomas King. Df J W Burrell. Miss Rhoy WYbb, Mis- \! * Maugham. Mr-. Mitchin, Mr. Wibh Gulightly, Mr. and Mrs. i'louino- . Nttoriuj Betij. Clayton. Mi- Mattie Get mi. .\ir. Richard Maugham, Dr R. \. Schell, Mr. Then. Noting and others. Mrs. F. IV Walker oi Birmingham, Ala., sister <■ Mr-. Ca«l<-, acted hostess, as sisted by Mr- Monroe and Mrs. I Fa venport. Mr- Hugh Hamilton, daughter of tin late J. C. Duke, who has been ■ itiug her mother and her brother, Cliarlc- S. Duke, 0.144 Kherhart Ave nue. with her three children, returned ' ■ her home in Mason, Arkansas, last Saturday, after a pleasant visit of three weeks. , Dr. E. S. Miller and family of 4020 \ incenne- Avenue, are visiting his istcr, Mr-. Fanny B. Williams, and mother at \\Y-t Bell Place. St. Louis. Mo. Mr Fred C. Cade, wife of Dr. Fred < . Cade, who has been confined to In d for the past two weeks is on the road to recovery. On Saturday from ’ to (t I'. M„ Mrs Stewart A. Betts, Calumet Ave nue, wife of Major Betts, gave a progressive whist party in the honor of .Mr- Knimett Fitzgerald, of New York City, and Mrs. Mattie Hawkins and Irene Dillard, of Cleveland, Ohio. I he affair was a great success and as usual Mrs. Betts excelled as hostess. Mr. Ah. Green served refreshments. Among the guests present were: Mrs. G. Campbell, Mrs. C. 4Irndersom, Mrs. I T. Parish. Mrs. Carrie Hurd, Mrs. j<av. Crump, Mrs. Mattie Wilder, Mrs. A. Davis, Mrs. II. Hall, Mrs. Georgia Mardis, Mrs. L. A. Lewis, and Mrs. Birdie Venie. Mrs. Fitzgerald is a former Chicago girl and is the wife of one of New York's prominent real estate dealers. Mrs. Hawkins is a native of Ohio and her husband is Frank J. Hawkins, who iterates the Auto Transfer Com pany which bears his name. Mrs. Birdie Venie as usual was the life of the party. Miss Nancy Huggins, private sec retary lor the executive secretary of The Urban League, has been ill for the past week. Dr. Nelson Glover has returned from Hot Springs, Ark., where he was called to the bedside of'his sick mother. Mrs. Glover has recovered sufficiently for her to travel to Texas where she will spend the winter. Miss Felithm Hawkins entertained a number of he# "dapper" friends at dinner at Appomattox Club Wednes day evening. The guests at The Vinccnne* Hotel Information If this should catch the eye of Miss Willie Mac Davis, formerly of Pine Bluff, Ark., hut when last heard of was in Little Rock.„* Ark., notify the C hicago Whip, 3420 State Street, Box A. Department 203. Chicago, III. Disappeared! Miss Essie White, 4830 South Wabash Avenue, and formerly of Cleveland. Ohio, lias been missing from her home since Wednesday be fore Labor Day. Her clothes are still there according to her landlady. Mrs. Fields. Anyone knowing her where abouts, can inform Mr. A. K. (iiflespie at Wabash Avenue V. M. C. A.. 3763 Wabash Avenue. Letters from her home are iti tin* possession of Mr. (iillespic Card of Thanks Mrs. Anna Blackwell of 123 East 36th Street wishes to thank her many friends for the kindne>s shown her during her illness in Provident Ho*. | pita!. Loses Mind, Wanders Cato Prince, 30, 4584 Oaken wa Id \ve., was found wandering in the vicinity of 53rd St. and Prairie Ave. Hi" mind was a blank. He was placed in the, County Hospital and ids mother in Danville, Kv . was no tified. Edward J. Mitchell, Sr., Dead Id ward J. Mitchell, Sr., a lock smith. died at hi-, residence. 2711 S. Liberty St., on Saturday, Sept. 10, 192! i 1:40 A. M.. at the age of 75 vears. He was entered to rest on Monday, Sept. 12. 1921, at 2 P. M. from his residence. The funeral ser vices were held at Tulasu Ave. Bap tist church, Rev. E. W . White offi ciating. ..a A I Quarrel Over Money Cieorge Marshal, 23, 2906 Federal St., wa-* rut on the right boulder at 47th St. and Prairie Ave., Sept. 21, in a quarrel over tnonev matters with Charles Ownes. Breaks Sweetheart s Jaw Dolphus Manuel. 4351 Federal St., struck hi-, "friend," Mrs. Helen Lee, a*, whose home he was living, break ing her right jaw, Sept. 22. Stabbed by Stranger In a tight with a man who was a total -tranger to him, at the place where he rooms, George Day, 29, -157 \\ 30th St., was stabbed in the right teg. Sept. 22. Too Much Moonshine While reeling from the effects of too much moonshine, Jeff Davis Saunders, 17. 1X15 State St., was struck by a street car at 30th and State Sts., Sept. 23. He received bruises about the head. Crutchfield Cuts Sweetheart lu a jealous fit, Sept. 24, Jake Crutchfield, 3146 Wabash Ave„ stabbed his sweetheart, Miss Florence Summers, 21, 2723 State St., in the | breast. Mail Carrier Bitten Lloyd Smith, 40. 6141 Aberdeen St., a mail carrier, was bitten on tfie leg Sept* 23 by a dog owned by Edward Rogers, 5021 Prairie Avc. Shoots Husband After Quarrel Huttic Graham, 35, 4543 Evans Ave., was shot in the right arm Sept. 24 by bis wife, Mrs. Hattie Graham, af ter a domestic Quarrel. Tries to Board Car in Motion Thomas Smith, 46, 23 E. 43rd St., fell and bruised his left knee Sept. 25 when he attempted to board a car in motion at 51st and State Sts. The conductor said be was intoxicated. Set Upon by Ruffians John Julies, 45. 3112 f ederal St., was set upon by two ruffians at 31st and Stall Ms., Sept. .Jl, and severely beaten. He was taken to the County Hospital. Meeting of Grand Blvd. Improve ment Club On Friday night at the Appo mattox (dub at X:30 P. M. the resi dents of Grand Boulevard between 135th and 39th streets will hold their first real big meeting at which time officers will be elected and constitu tion and by laws will be adopted to govern tin Grand Boulevard Improve ment Club. At tin- first meeting two weeks ago the residents of the district heartily agreed that an Improvement Club could and would do much to help improve and keep improved the ap pearance of property on Grand Boul evard and that banded together in an association they would have more recognition in getting things done than through individual efforts. Com mittees were appointed at that time which will report at this meeting. All residents of Grand Boulevard who live between 35th and 39th stm ts are urged to be present at this meeting and take part in the first Steps of organization. miss the cheerful desk service of Mr. Rudolph Glover, who has returned to school. Mrs. Charles Washington had as dinner guests at Appomattox Club last' iWednesday, Mrs. Rudolph Lawrence,! ‘Mrs. Charles Dunn of La Porte and Mrs. Baylor of Milwaukee. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Powell left the city Saturday to attend the funeral services of his uncle. Albert Powell, at South Bend, I ml. The estate of the late Mr. Powell is valued*at $50,000.00 and will he divided equally between his four children. Mr. and Mrs. Felix.Dodge and Dr. Aliruc Feaman motored to Sparta, III . where they had a most delightful visit with Mrs. Feaman, the doctor’s 'mother. Miss Henrietta French is slowly im proving after a severe attack of ton silitis. She hopes to return to her work Monday. Principal Lewis con siders Miss French one of his most successful teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abernathy arc at home to their friends at 6450 Kvans Avenue after October first. Mrs. C. Mitchell Nichols of 375$ Indiana Avc., has returned from her visit to Boston, Philadelphia and New York City. On her way hack she stopped over in Detroit and was the guest of Mrs. Ella Goodloe Collins. Miss Authentic C. Rose left on Monday last for an extended trip through the east. It is her intention to visit Washington, New York and other cities of importance, returning via Chicago. 19 Days in the Bridewell William Jones, who was arrested lo Policeman Barksdnl'- Saturci.v. at 3303 Wabash A VC., on charges of di i orderly conduct, was sentenced to 19 days in the Bridewell Monday in Judge Xewcomber’s court. Stabbed in Jealousy Mrs. Annabel Hampton, 39. 3238 Indiana Avc.. was stabbed jn<t above the left breast Sept. 23 by Janus Retchings. Jealousy is -aid to have been the cause. Peacemaker Gets Worst of It Mose Simon, acting as peacemaker between two men in a tight at 32nd and State St., was cut in the left fore arm. Simon lives at 2952 Federal St. Birthday Party On Sept. 21 Mrs. Robert Smith of 3702 Indiana Avc.,jgave her husband, better known as Bob. a birthday party. Those present were his mother, Mr-. ssic Smith, Mr. and Mrs Dav< Cutlery. Mrs. Dora Dean, Mrs. Wal ter West of Scw York City. Mrs. (icorgie Simpson, Mr Harry Kelley. Returned Home From Provident Mrs. Bertha Moscley-Lewis and her infant son, Cary B.« Jr., returned home Sunday from Provident Hospital. I lowers and tokens greeted them from many admiring friends. Dr. Homer Copper, the family physician, wa- a special dinner guest. Miss iMiunie L. Hawkins, Mrs. Lewis’s nurse, was also a guest. Both mother and baby were please d with their at tention at the hospital. Temple Speaks Atty. Temple, one of the voting lawyers of Chicago, will speak at Mount Olivet Church, Sunday at 3 o'clock on the aftermath of the* Ku Klux Klan. AGED WOMAN ASPHYXIATED Mr* l-.liza Wacdle, 70 years of age. |35hl Rhodes Ave., was found dead in her room Monday. Death re<ulted , from asphyxiation, and is thought to I have been accidental. Theosophical Lecture Rev. Edwin Beckwith of the Liberal ! Catholic Church will lecture to the | members and friends of The Pioneer Lodge of The Theosophical Society next Sunday, October 2nd, on The Psychology of Prayer. Admission is | tree. Mrs. Irene Gaines i< president. Grand Opening The Oriental Dining Rooms at 3818, Grand Blyd. will have its formal open ing Friday, September 30th. Arrange ments have been made to accommodate clubs and parties. Dinner served daily from 4 to 8 P. M Everything in season. Dinner is fifty cents. The dining rooms are in Apartment 3. Douglas 0813. Mrs. 1 ffie Foisy is pro prietor. Hudlins Entertain for Mrs. Joseph Jordan Mr. and Mrs. William -Hudlin cn | tertained Sunday aty o’clock at tlreir home, 3328 South Park Ave.. in honor of their daughter, Irene, who has r< turned t*» the city from her honey moon. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan will be home after < October 10. They will re side a: 225 West 138th St., New York 1 ( itv. Grace Church Concert The Choir of Grace Presbyterian Church will give its third annual Song Concert. Monday evening, October 3rd, at the church. Program begins at 8:15 I*. M. Choruses from standard oratories will be rendered, featuring such talents as Mrs. Roberta Craw ford, soprano; I.orita Frazier, mezzo soprano; Corrine Brown, contralto: Janies A. Lillard. tenor, and others. Ad mission will be fifty cents and the pro ceeds will be applied on the Decoration ■ Fund of the church. Enters the Movies ; Robert F. Tinsley, General \ctiv ; itics Secretary. Wabash Avenue Dept. Y. M. C. A., will leave the Associa : tion service on October 1 to enter *er | vice of the Pyramid Picture* Corpora ' lion, producers and distributor* of , Negro film subjects and distributors ! of The Birth of a Race, the world’s greatest and most spectacular re i ligous moving picture. The Pyramid Pictures Corporation has offices at I 443 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, and 200 Auburn Ave., Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Tinsley i* a member of the or ganization and will he it> field repre ! sentative. AT IDLEWILD HOTEL L. M. Singleton, St. Louis. Mo., who has been here for eight weeks representing Poro College, returned home Monday. Ilis stay was one of the most successful in the history of his traveling for the college. ***W M. Illarkley, traveling representative of one of the big shoe firms in the loop, left this week for the south and west. ***Thc guests were surprised 'lo find the janitor has steam heat for them the cold days of this week. He was testing his radiators. »**G. II. llilbiirn, Kansas City, Mo., a govern ment meat inspector, spent the week and left Monday. ***Mrs. Anna Corey. Michigan City, lnd.. mother of Mrs. Goldie Harrison, is expected in the city soon. Mr. and Mrs. Corey recently celebrated their marriage an niversary. ***E. K. Johnson and wife are expected to remain at the hotel for the winter. ***Littlf Baby Lewi received quite a few remembrances front guests at the hotel. He expects to pay a visit to the hotel. Other ar rivals: Edgar Jones and wife. New York City; David Evans and wife, Minnesota: Omar McWilliams, Cam bridge City, lnd., George R. Nash, Washington, D. C . (’red Watson and W. A. Peck, Philadelphia. Pa.; Miss Johnona Williams. St. Louis. Mo., sister of Wm. Williams, the plumber, was the guest of her brother at a din ner Sunday in the dining room. Slu ts stopping with her mother, Mrs. Hanna Williams. 4d0 East .IJrd street. Recent arrivals: Walter Thomas and James Johnson, Memphis, Ten n.: Wm. Joseph Davis, Gary. Ind.; H. Williams. New York City; John Cum mings, Seattle. Wash.; Henry Neal, Perryville, Ky.: J. I Blocker, Seattle, Wash.: Mrs. Dorothy Reese. South port, Conn.; James Brown and wife. Springfield. Ohio; James Brown and wife. New York City; Willie Carson, Detroit, Mich.; Willie Burleson. Gary, Ind.; Mr. Hawley and wife, Charle voix. Mich.; Mr. and_ Mrs. C. I Thomas, Lcxinglou, Kv.; Edgar Wil liams, Stc paul, Minn.; A. II. Scott, Monroe. Wjs. —- ________..... OF LOCAL !HIEA£St! Miss Estelle Arnold has returned to the city from Springfield and is back at her desk. The funeral of Mrs. Elija Wood lee. Mr. James Woodier, took place from Kersey. McGowan & Morrell’s Undertaking Chapel. Wednesday. Sept. 28th at 10:20 A M. Mrs. B. Davis, 2522 Grand Itlvd., re eently bought a seven-passenger Haynes automobile. Her first trip will be to Michigan where she will look over some properties of the Homestead Development Co.* Miss Dolma Greenup is now counted among those who are on the sick list. Mr. Carroll Chisley and Mr. Her bert Martin left last w ek for i n m b Lick Springs. Jnd. Miss Elizabeth Simpson left last week for Indianapolis, Ind. She u.< accompanied by her sister. Mis- Matt?' Wooldridge Mrs. Sevdla Allen, who was oper ated on at the W. A. S Memorial II" pital last week died a few hour- after* the operation. Mrs. Coleman who is visiting Chi-I eago from Pittsburg. Pa., ha - been the honor guest of man. soeiai fuiictb. since her sta Among those win* have entertained her are. Mrs WiU r- I force Williams. Mt .1 )an Jackson 1 > and Mrs. Harry Garner. Mrs/ Maud Doustield and others. Mrs. Louise Washington, aunt 01 Capt. Lloyd Win i Ur. of the Lighth Regiment, dropped dead Mondav morning. Funeral services were held from her residence on Wednesday. Friday evening, Seiitemher .Mid ! Mr-. Walter Howard Let . 3532 \V:t- j hash Avenue, wife ; I the \ ;c. Pr« -i deut of the Liberty Ufc In-nrjtu• * i Company, entertained in honor of! Mrs. Mattie Hawkins, and Irene Di! lard, of Cleveland. Ohio. She was i ably assisted by her son-in-law, Cap tain Harry Jones, and ln-r daughter. Mable. Progressive whist v a- the feature of the evening and Ex-Alder man Oscar I)e Priest, was much peaved over his good friend Lieut. Hawkins, winning the booby ptiz which was a pair of hose supporters. The Alderman said that the garter would last the Lieut, for a year a- he could only wear one at time being that the right sock was fastened to tin leg by tack-. Among the guest- .i the evening were: Mrs. Tony Lang ston. Mrs. Jessie DePrii-st and Stanton, Mrs. Yaletta Dresden. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Hankin-on, Mr. Ru hen "Taggart. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson, and Mr. S. Sams. Mr.-. Haw kins and Mr-. Dillard, will return 1 Cleveland with some vcv\ glowing n ports of Chicago. GIVEN RECEPTION Mrs. Lou Lila Voting. 355n Giles Avc., D. G. XL W G., of the Hous, holds of Ruth pf Illinois and jurisdit tion, who spoke, on Sept. 25th, at Gan.. ’ Jnd., before the Households of Ruth and Juveniles, in their annual meet ing. was given a reception by that body on Saturday prior to the meet ing. Mrs. Voting is much pleased w:lh the work being done by th*‘ organ i/a tion in Indiana. Whirr in Gary was the guest of Mrs. Laura Collins. 1731 Broadway. Africans Speak at Unity Club Mr-. Hay ford and her peicr, Xlis.s F.asmon from the West coast of Africa, who are visiting AmeriVa f< 1 111- pur pose of interesting Americans in help ing them financially to establish in dustrial schools for girls in Xfrica spoke to an appreciative audienct- last j Sunday afternoon at Unity I'luh. Mar.-, responded to their appeal for funds. Those who have made pledge- can g<-: Hu touch with the ladies at X incmin - Hotel. Others interested, and who i wish to contribute to their worthy | cause can send their check- t<> them at Vincennes Hotel. They will re main in the city another week seeking ' to interest others so that when they leave Chicago they will have the -.tii I faction of knowing that Chicago c -j I tributed as generously as other citie j visited. The L. Tonscrial Parlor Begins All Night Service N’iglit service can be had by tin j many patrons of this -hnn on and ,m< r ; October 3, 1921. A full night crew., with manicurist, will dispense the same splendid j service that is given by the day erev. Many noticeable improvements in j both service and hop have been nu b ; since the shop changed management j I une 15. 1921. A shop where .service j is given without any unnecessary d< j lay. Just enough speed to allow you | to keep your appointments prompt!\ • List of Barbers John Hackley W illiam Stover James Sims J. W. Cook James Davis D. T, Birdwell James Malone Boh Hunlex. Mgr j. I*. Pierman, Prop. If you don't know this shop “Get i Next.’" Located at 19 East 35th St.. I opposite Elevated Station, Phone. I Victory 5041. N. A. A. C. P. to.Hold Anti Klu Klux Meeting The Chicago Branch of The National j Association foi the Advmccmcnt of j Colored People will hold its annual j meeting on Thursday evening, October I 6th, at H o’clock, at The W endell Phil- j lips High School, 39th and Prairie i Avc. Besides being the annual meet ing of the Chicago Branch. the meet ing will he an Anti Klu Klux Klan meeting. The principal speakers of tin evening will he cx-Govert\or Edward F. Dunn, Rabbi Stoltz and lames Weldon Johnson, secretary of the N. A. A. C. P. of New York City. Plans have been made to make this one of the greatest meetings ever held in the city. Prof. James Wesley Jones j will furnish a chorus of 100 voices for! (the occasion. Reports for the year’s work and election of officers will also be part of the program. The speakers each have special mes sages and disclosures which will lx* of interest to every black person in Chicago. Everybody is urged to he present. i CONVALESCING Both Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Scott <u < irant Memorial Phuod. 46th and Evans Aw., are convalescing rapidly after illness of several weeks. Mrs. Scott has showed rapid recovery since returning from the \Yc-t where she was confined in a hospital on account of burns received some time ago. SAILING FOR AMERICA Rev. G 1. IUac kwell. paste >r of Wal ter’- A. M. E. Church. 38th and Dear born Si-., i- sailing for the I'nited State- after spending several week- at London. England. Paris, France and other points of interest. He i- ex pected to arrive in time to till his pulpit on Oct. 2nd after a long absence. MRS. JACKSON BETTER Mrs Eliza Jackson, 373d Elmwood Avc., state grand queen of Illinois of A. f. K. & D. of A., is much better and able to be out again after an illness of -overal Weeks. IN CITY Hon. William II. Fields of St. Louis, Mo., national grand master of \. I' lx. iA I) of A . is in tin* rite on an official visit In the council- and juve nile- u bile en route East. MANY DEALS CLOSED Main deal- through Tennessee, Ala bama. Minnesota and Kan-a- were dosed during the past ten day- by The Milton Mercantile Agency. 3638 S. State St., of which M T. Bailey is general manager. university uiub Meets The I'niwr .ity Club met Sunday i afternoon a: 4:00 at The South Side Community Mouse. 2201 Wabash Avc. \ very complete program was rcn ih red and mails contributed to making flii- meeting- one to he remembered. HOME AGAIN Dr. ami Mrs. K. 1?. Maclin of Bir mingham. \la., after having spent two very < njnvahle weeks in the city, left for their Inane Tm*sda\ night last. LEAVES FOR PHILADELPHIA Mrs \ J Saddler of Kansas has gone to Philadelphia, Pa., where she will take up future residence. Mrs. Saddler spent some time in the city . i t h friend’ after the close of the Na th nil Baptist Convention. OFFERS HOME ECONOMIC COURSE Raymond School Community Center will open October A. holding classes for adults on Tuesday and Thursday • veuings. < )ne of the special features will he classes in dressmaking and home ernnomit -. This course will he in charge ot Miss Florida Thomas. SCENE OF MANY Morgan Park, the suburb beautiful, was the scene of many people from the city who took advantage of the pretty weather and visited the park viewing tlie site- for sale. Among those no ticed were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. John son. Me-flames. Heard and Spins ton. \ity. and Mrs. L. A. Newby. Mr. and Mr-, i ’oshy and Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins. THE WALDEN CIRCLE MEETS The regular meeting of the Walden Circle was held Sunday last at Com munity Center. The meeting was very largely attended. The speaker of the day being Dr. J. W. Burrell, who make a very good address giving the mem bers some very encouraging informa tion and remarks On Monday night. September 2<», 1021. Mr- 'Pucker and Davis enter tained under the auspices of the Club, at Community Center. Good music v..is .furnished.iand the evening was •pent in dancing, games, ami refresh ment- were served In- the ladies of i he Club. THOS J. REID Ji’oteran Undertaker and Embalmer with HELL AUTO & UNDERTAK ING GO.. 202 East 30th St., Phono Doug. 55, We have sthe improved method of permanent preservation when re quested, this is a new recent scienti fic discovery of vast importance. Without any objectionable features. No call too large to be neatly, and carefully handled, none too small to he appreciated, CHICAGO’S MOST PLEASANT HOTEL Idlewild, 33rd and Wabash Ave., is Chicago’s most pleasant hotel, locat ed in the heart of the city, near the elevated road- and car lines, just fifteen minutes’ ride to the “loop" and railroad stations. Electric light, hath, steam heat and private baths. Do not select your winter quarters without finding out for yourself our reasonable rates. It is the sincere desire of the management to provide better accommodations and service than may be had for the same CQ»d or h in any other first class hotel in Chicago. Idlewild has superior location, ventilation and transporta tion. There is daily maid service, also magnificent dining room, excel lent food at extremely low prices. When coming to Chicago look up the Idlewild Hotel, 50 East 33rd street. (Adv.) SEPTEMBER SALE fitly direct from Loftis—America’s Lead ‘ refiit Jeweler, and save middle nr-n' profits. Mail orders filled prompt ly. Call or write for cat-nlosue D 20X. It is free. Prices reduced. 16-Size WATCH Screw back ami front, dust proof; Full Jeweled; ffold filled case; guaranteed 25 years. Thin model. TERMS 50c a Week LIBERTY BONDS ACCEPTED OPEN EVENINGS LOFTIS BROS. &, CO.I The Old Reliable Credit .fe-welers I n' I*’ ■»« N. Sl.,lc .S.„ Chicago,111. I CLASSIFIED ROOMS FOR RF:NT W'ABASH AVE., 3121. furnished, large front room. $4.00 per week, $2.50 per week for use of laundry and kitchen. R. H. Johnson. CALUMET AVE., 4340, 2nd Apt. Furnished Room. Very reasonable. Married ur single. Call after 4 p. m. MICHIGAN AVE., 3652, Furnished or unfurnished rooms for rent. EAST 12nd PLaCE, 441, Neatly furnished rooms. Couples or single. All modern conveniences. Steam her t. 3rd flat. 3728 WABASH AVE. APT. B— Beautiful front room, all modern, steam heat for one or two first class men with a Christian family. Phone: Bled. 5429. _ ______ _____ CHAMPLAIN AVE., 4717—1st apt., one nicely furnished room, for one or two gentlemen. Phone Ken. 8729. COTTAGE GROVE AVE., 2979— One large front furnished room with private kitchen. Steam heat, electric light. EBERHARDT AVE., 660(5—Large single furnished room to rent to young couple. Modern, very reason able. Second Floor. Mrs. Wool. INDIANA AW, 5308, 2nd Apartment Modern furnished rooms. Kenwood 9294. East 41st St. 452 — Two unfur nished rooms. Modern. Oakland 2915. State Street, 3546, top floor, $3.00 per week, two nicely furnished rooms. H. Barnes. RENTS NOT RAISED HERE. Rents have not been raised at the Idlewild Hotel, 50 East 33rd St. Rates $4.00 and $5.00 per week and up. with steam heat, hot water; near "L" and car lines. Advt. I_*_ FOR SALE FOR SALE Fall Millinery. Fall Models in trim med hats, specially priced, $5.00 and $10.00 and $14.00. These hats are made of all silk velvet, Satin Che-le and Duvetyn. We invite your in spection. Classes in Millinery now open. QUALITY SHOP, 54 East 43rd St., Oakland 6119. Mabel Overton, Prop. FOR SALE—Furniture of 6 rooms, complete and flat, very reasonable. Mrs. Alberta. Call after 5, Oakland 7357. FOR SALE Delicatessen and Grocery Store, also cigars, candy and all around neighborhood store with long estab lished trade. Run by a widow for many years, making money enough i to support herself and family and plenty besides. Very big stock of up-to-date fixtures. Cheap rent with big living room, steam heat. Must be sold quick. Important reasons. Will sacrifice all for $1,650.00. Worth much more. Part time, if needed. 026 East 39th Street, between Cot tage Grove and Grand Blvd. I POSITION WANTED GENERAL TRAINING ACADEMY. 522 Bowen Ave. Experienced teach ers; positions secured. Gregg short hand, Music, Fhillipine embroidery. Correspondence, Day and Evening tutoring. HELP WANTED WANTED. Three young ladies and three young men. An interesting proposi tion for those with ability. Guaran teed salary can easily be doubled. Must have personality, pep and push, and be of neat appearance. Apply in person to Woodards Studio, 302 East 35th St., Chicago, 111. WANTED—Experienced housemaid. Apply Smith’s Employment Agency, 1115 Emerson St., Evanston, 111. MAKE AND SELL YOUR OWN PREPARATONS: Perfumes, Hair Grower, Face I Cream. Send two dimes for any (one) formulas and other valuable informatoin. Laboratory Dept., box 369, Peoria, 111.