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KNOWS ALL NOSEY HAS noticed one of Chi cago’s popular, young men as he dodged about in dark nlaces under the elevated and on dart cor ners. Each time he would meet a lady and stand in close confab with her. Nosey wondered what it could all be about. He followed the lady and dis covered that she was minus all of her front teeth and the gentleman and told her that she had better keep every thing dark until later. Recently Nojey has observed that the young man and his lady fair in all of the hright spots of the South Side—no longer shunning the bright lights Nosey looked at her closely and saw her smile. Pearly teeth were visible each time she opened her pretty mouth. Some people claim that a woman’s teeth are like stars as they come out every night, but the young man thinks that when a lady's teeth are out she ought to stay indoors cir js the dark. w • • • ONLY THE pure in heart can go along with the ’’smarter smart set’’ which is now having the time oi their whole married lives as summer makes its appearance You will be able to recognize these ladies by the large vanity cases they have with thrill Nosey wondered wh> these ladies would retire to the ladies’ room so manv times while they sverc at dances or receptions, so he hid where he could observe them. Each lady carries her supply in het— "vanity ease." borne have it in perfume bottles, others in fountain pens, others use the ordinary bottle hearing a poison label on it. They take their "shot” with much gusto and then return to the dance. Nosey observed that the late lamented Bert Williams was right when he said. “You cannot shake your shimtnie on tea ” The ladies say, ’’Be prepared. Take a little hootrh to these afternoon teas—it works better than tea ” • e e SOLOMON IN ALL his glory was not arrayed like one of these, is what Nosey was re minded of when he saw a certain gen tleman well known in social circles prance down the street last Sunday. Ohr such glad ragsl They sparkled and shone like the morning sunrise. People turned to look at this "tailor made man " He enjoyed the fact that hr was the cvnosurr of all eyes. Maidens blinked, old ladies perked up with interest. Nosey followed in his wake thinking his activities that day would sparkle with live doings. Not so. The gentleman went home. In the parlor were five men. One wore a star under his coat. Nosey saw the men come out and each carried some part of the glorious raiment. The '’dude” tater came on the street, no longer debonair as no one looked twice at his impressed clothes and soiled linen Nosey decided then that there are rertain disadvantages about buying otothes on time. You have to pay for Ynem sooner or later or give up the clothes. EVERY LITTLE man seems sooner or later to select a large ' lady for his lady fair. Nosey had followed a dapper little fellow making the rounds of the cabarets th« other night with a very large lady. For some reason or other best known to the little fellow, he decided to send the lady home in a cab so that he could proceed on his way merrily. He called a cab and helped as much as he could to force the stout lady through the aciall cab door. He doffed his hat and saving sweet words of a parting good-night. The stout lady had de eded otherwise With one pull she yanked the little man inside and told the driver where to take them. The little one struggled in vain. In the struggle a window was broken out of the cab. Nosey departed when the argument began between the little man and the big lady as to which was due to pay the taxi cab driver. Nosey knows how it came out. Whoever paid for the drinks in the cabarets paid for that glass. • * * YOUR WIFE OR sweetheart can not be safe if she has anything to do with the "chocolate bon bon vamp.” Nosey has seen him work. All that he does is offer the lady some candy from a pretty box If she eats one, she likes him. If she>ats two, she becomes very affectionate. But if she eats more than two of the high powered bon-bons thercLis no account ing for her actions after that. What the "vamp” puts in those candies is really powerful because one lady gave her dog a piece of the confection and instead of following his custom of eat ing up all of the cats in the neighbor hood, the old bull terrier proceeded to kiss every act he met that day. If the randy does that for a bull terrier, what chance has a poor frail woman with romance in her heart. Artist Marries Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mr. William Edward Scott, the artist, to Miss Esther Fulks of Indianapolis, Ind. They were mar ried March 15, and are at home at 3129 South Park Avenue. Young Girl in Serious Condition Naomi Franklin, 15. 3005 Calumet Avenue, was taken to the Juvenile Home Thursday in a serious condition. The case is under Investigation by Po Ikewoman (Cunningham, SOCIETY Mrs. Esther Freeman Hall of Indi anapolis, Ind., is in the city to attend the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Braunson. While in Chicago she will be the guest of Mrs. Johnnie H. Mc Pherson of 5530 Grove Avenue. Major F. D. Gamble sustained a very serious injury white at work on Friday last when an overhead chain broke, re leasing a block which struct him on the head causing a deep scalp wound. Mr. Willis Parker, Fanny Washing ton and Jas. Wilson entertained many friends at an afternoon tea party Sun day, May 21, at 3127 Calumet Avenue. Tea was served at 6:30, among the guests were Miss Grace Johnson, Miss Laura Roberts, Miss Ethel Jones, Miss Lucille Luca. Miss Francis Smith, Miss Marion Henderson, Miss Gloria Fulton, Miss Leggie Walker, Miss Lil lian Myers, Miss Juanita Cotton, Miss Gailond and MiSs Dorothy Johnson. Mr. John Q Johnson. Jr., and wife, Ida Perry Johnson, of 522 Bowen Avenue, are spending their vacation with his father, Rev. John Q. Johnson, Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Perry Johnson was in time to take part in a spring recital given by Fisk Club at St. Andrew’s A. M E. Churefi on the evening Monday, May They are being extensively enter tained by their father’s friends. Prof. O. J. Buckner, 50 East 33rd Street, tearher o/ music ami dancing, entertained a dinner party at the Vin cennes Hotel. Tuesday, May 16 The party was in honor of Mrs. j. Buckner, and a special six-course dinner was served, the tables being beautifully dec orated with roses and candles. The party danced between each course. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Watkins, 4751 Langley *.venue; Prof and Mrs Bibb, 9 Last 36th Street. The party escorted Mrs Buckner to the Polk Street Station where she left for Richmond, Ind., to visit her sisters and friends. Mrs. F A. Newman, 3031 Wabash Avenue, entertained a number of her friends with a whist party in honor of her first anniversary of the Newman Castle. Prizes were won by Miss Ethel Bradley and Mr. Ratcliff. Mrs. Maymc Clinkscale, 3641 South State Street, and Mrs. Amos L. Trent, 5606 South Wabash Avenue, left last week for Wichita, Kan , for an indef inite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich Giles, Piqua, Ohio, returning from a visit to St. Paul stopped over i few days to visit their nieces. Mrs. Tarqunia Middleton, Idlewild Hotel, and Mrs. Elanor Evans, 4910 Indiana Avenue. Miss Marguerita Ward, 3445 Indiana Avenue, received many rotnpliments on the fine display of her booth at the Community Center’s Night with the negro carnival last week. Mrs. Hazel Harrison, 3745 Prairie Avenue, pianist, after giving a fine con cert in New' York City, has hern re tained by the New York Daily Mail to play for the radio service of that paper. Mme. Anita Patti Brown, interna tional soloist, who is in Paris, France, is remembering sonic of her friends by mailing them postal cards of the great sights of that city. Mrs. Hill at Mt. Clemens Mrs. J. Sherman Hill is spending a few days at the mineral baths at Mt. Clfmens, Mich. Mrs. Stout and Daughter Coming Airs. Mary E. Stout, wife of the Rev. J. A. Stout, and their daughter. Aliss Bernice Stout, will arrive in Chicago on or about June 1 from Santa Monica, Cal. They are leaving the balmy state to become citizens of the Windy city. Miss Bernice is unusually talented in music and will be quite a popular ad dition to the young social circles of the South Side. Rev. A. C. Caldwell Here Rev. A. C. Caldwell of Phoenix, Ariz., conference missionary of the California Conference of the C. M. E. Church, is spending a few days in Chi cago as the guest of the Rev. Jas. A. Stout He and Rev. Stout left last Tuesday night tor California. Afr. and Mrs. J. H. Alassey, 4021 Vin cennes Avenue, have returned home after a week's stav in Louisville, Ky„ attending the races. Aged Man Found Unconscious Ollie McHenry. 70, 2232 Dearborn Street, was found unconscious Tues day night on the sidewalk in front of his home. Upon being revived he stated he had been struck by an ex press wagon. His skull was found to be fractured. Boy Struck by Auto Julius Robinson, 12, 2416 Wabash Avenue, was struck by an automobile Friday at 24th and State Streets. He was bruised about the legs. Attacked at Doorstep Coleman Douglas, 27, 3331 Indiana Avenue, was attacked hy thugs Friday in front of his home. He was not seri ously injured. / Aged Man Run Down Daniel Carter, 72, 4523 St. Lawrence Avenue, was run down by aq automo bile Friday at 30th Street and Michi gan Avenue. He was taken to the Provident Hospital. O'Grady Cuts Man Edward McGrey, 3231 Wabash Ave nue, was cut in the eye Sunday in a light with Pasco O’Grady, 3625 Prai rie Avenue. O’Grady w»* put under arrest Trained Hotel Waiters Assured As every progressive hotel man knows, there has been considerable discussion as to the advisability of es tablishing training schools for the fu ture hotel waiters, in strategic points thoroughout the country. This has come about very naturally from the need the hotel man has felt—just as other business men in many lines have experienced it—for trained help in his various departments. Mr. H. H. Ashe writes on his return from Buffalo, N. Y., where he was called into conference with the direct ors of the Woodstock Hotel Company, of which Mr. Asa L. Loomis is presi dent, to help thrash out this much needed problem. The personnel of at tendance was quite above the average and when big, busy hotel magnates travel hundreds of miles to carefully discuss and consider matters of inter est to our race, it is time to wake up, as it marks the development of a new hotel era. The training course Mr. Ashe has prepared is well worth while and is fully appreciated by the hotel fraternity judging from his vast correspondence. He has been authorized by the Wood stock Hotel Company to mobilize a train crew for them at once, but he will defer the matter for at least two weeks owing to a few domestic affairs that must be cleared up before he can give the matter his entire attention. Mr. Frank A. Dudley, president of the United Hotel Companies of America, states that the future of the hotel in dustry depends upon the colored youth and he is advocating establishing a training course for hotel waiters in Tuskegce, Entertains The Initiating Team and Choir oi Household of Ruth 44, G. U. O. of O F., of which Mrs. Margaret* A. Wo mack is president, entertained its mem hers and friends on Thursday evening May 18. at the residence of Mrs. Lor Lila Young, 4114 Calumet Avenue Despite the inclement weather, many were present and an enjoyable evening spnt. Champaign—A Success Many young people from Indianapo lis, Chicago and neighboring towns at tended the annual dance, held at Armory Hall, Saturday, May 13. The hall was beautifully decorated with palms and flowers and Scott's orches tra added greatly to the occasion. Sightseeing and an excursion to Crys tals Lake on Sunday completed a very delightful week-end at the University of Illinois. The Chicago guests were Misses Eleanor Sayre, Eula Dixon, Freda Alexander, these young ladies, were chaperoned by Mrs. Emily Howard of Hamilton, Canada. Mr. Richard Harewood and Mr. Josef Clark served on the committee of arrangements. Guests at Idlewild The guests at the Hlewild Hotel. 50 East 33rd Street the past week. Carl Mann, Denver, Colo.; Col. W. K. Oliver. Madison, Wis.; Mr. Smith, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Starrit Galesburg. ID.; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Gary. Ind.; Mr. and Mrs Johnson, Little Rock, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. lames Alexander, St Louis. Mo.; G Gilliard, Neyv York Citv; C. Robin son Los Angeles, Cal.; Miss Carrie Goodall, Memphis. Tenn.: William Haberson. Ft. Smith, Ark.; Wm. Berry, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Miss Mary Harrison. New Orleans. La.; Mrs. Minne Holloway, Baltimore, Md I Herbert Terry, Buffalo, N. Y.; Jeffer son Epps, Marion, Ind.; Mrs. Sarah Ferguson, Jeffersonville, Ind.; Wil liam Monroe, Portland. Ore.; Mrs. Mike Young, New York City; Mrs Earl Woodson. Memphis, Tenn.; Phii Hutcherson, Detroit, Mich.; Hamilton Smith, Wichita, Kan.; Miss Rebecca Cooper, Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. Julia Houston, Middlesborough. Ky.; George Fisk, Petersburg, Va.; Thos. Cunning ham, Battle Creek, Mich.; Henry i Buchanan, Champlain, 111 ; John Mor rison. Meridian, Miss. The Alpha Phi Alpha Senior Prom at THE TAVERN SPECIALS 3456 South State Street TAVERN INN NEWS The beautiful Rainbow Room of the Tav ern Inn was a brilliant scene of gayeties this week, having bad many luncheons, dinner and after theatre parties. One of the prettiest and most luxurious luncheons of the entire season was given •>>; j r8j W- ,W Stanton At one o'clock, or Wednesday afternoon Covers were laid lot 18 guests in honor of Dr. Lillian Lewis ol St. Paul, Mum. Mrs. Stanton, with tiic honor, received her guests in the beautiful palm decorated Rainbow Room of the Tavern ” ‘‘lie HUrnlmg the party was served wit! Orangade Rainbow and dainty blocks o tomato Can ope, after which the guests grace fully found their places at the table by daintj little pink rosebud place cards and favors displayed throughout. Oilier prominent guests who had reserva tions and special meals served during t He week were: Miss Gertrude Sanborn, Misi Cleo Dickerson. Mr. Jule.on Francisco. Mr Hugh Buchanan spent a delightful evening at the Tavern after the recital of Miss Goldie Guy, Thursday evening, Mr. Buchannan beinp soloist for the occasion. Miss Sanborn en joyed the short-cake. Mr. Francisco enjoyed the clubhouse sand wirh which he claimed was the most lib eral one of any he ever had been served ir the States or entire Europe. Miss Dicker son. accompanist for the recital, enjoyec everything also aerved. Other guest*: Editor Robert S. Abbott and wife, Editor Lucius Harper and family Mr. Phil Jones, Dr. L. L. Shelton, banker Jesse Binga, Mr. Scott, Dr. Reginald Smith Dr. Julian Lewis, Mr and Mrs. Carrie B Lewis, Attorney Richard Hill and wife, Dr M O Bousheld. Mi. aud Mrs. Fort son. Dr and Mrs. Waldo Alexander, Dr. and Mrs Norwood Thorne. Dr. Edwin Chestnut, At torney Herman Moore, Attorney Wm. Daw son, Attorney and Mrs. Barnett, Miss Georgia Greer. Miss Lucilla H. Bland. Jack Kempling Mr. and Mrs. C. Wimbush, Mr. Wm. Baker JVIrs. Edna Cooper, Mrs. Arthur, W. O Evans. M B. Jones, Dr. S. R. Blackwell Dr. W. A. Hardy, Dr. R. M. Hedrick, Dr V. M Marshall of Gary, Ind., Mr. G. B Noll, Mr. La Rue Ward, Mrs. Esther F Hall, Indianapolis. Ind.; Mrs. Johnnie H McPherson. Mr and Mrs. Thomas H. Gib son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dent and daughtei Jean; James S. Strown, Los Angeles, Cal. Wesley Caver, Samuel Manning, Dr. Cliftot Nickels and mother, Lee Curtis; Frank De Laney, St Louis, Mo.; Stanley Gray, Mr and Mrs. P. A. Woods, Mrs. James Harold Mrs. W. W. McCulloch. Mr. and Mrs. Friti Leinberger, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Nora J Kelly, Miss Vera Patton, Mr. A. D. Dillard Dr. Dortin, Dr. Frank Smith, Mr. A. L Whitlow, L. B. Keeling, Mr. and Misi Thelma Taylor, Hot Springs, Ark.; Hon Warren B. Douglas, Attorney Wm. Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Mr. Jack Berridge, Mr C- S. L. Baker, Mrs. Radio Davis, Mrs. Lil lisa Noble, Mr, and Mrs. George Proctor Saint Mark Lyceum On Sunday, May 21, 1921, Dr. A. Wilberforce Williams, noted race leader and physician, delivered a very interesting and instructive address on “The Colored Man’s Part in the World’s Problem.” Dr. Williams pointed out briefly three things which the darker races of the world must obtain, namely: (1) social justice, (2) economic justice and (3) political jus tice, asserting that the colored man’s part in obtaining these things was in building up organizations to fight for the race wherever its rights were in volved. The musical program was rendered by the Mozart Choral Society, a choral society recently organized and directed by Mrs. Winona Mason-Brown of Oberlin College, Mr. Walter ( Mason, baritone, and Miss Mildred Amos, soprano. T. Arnold Hill on Motor Trip T. Arnold Hill, executive secretary of the Chicago-Urban League, and Dr. J. W. McDowell left Chicago last week for a motor trip to St. Louis, Mo. They plan to be out of the city ten days visiting friends and vacationing otherwise. Out in Large Numbers The annual Thanksgiving services of A. U. K. & D. of A. was held on Sun day evening at Pilgrim Temple, 33rd Street and Indiana Avenue. More than 2,800 members of the various councils and juveniles were present. The ser mon was delivered by the pastor of the church, Rev. Watson. Virginians Meet The Virginia Society of which M. T. Bailey is president, John A. Yeatman, corresponding secretary, and J. B. Street, vice-president, met in its regu lar monthly May 17 at ,1638 South State Street. The meeting in June will be interesting with a program, refresh ments and other features for the mem bers and their friends. In Michigan Rev. J. W. McDaniel, president and financial agent of the Enterprise Insti tute. 514 Aldine Square, is at Detroit, Mich., and will visit many other cities in Michigan in interest of the institute. $ DINE and DANCE J ! £ RESERVE YOUR TABLE ® I $ VINCENNES HOTEL > 5 DINNER DANCE 4\ EVERY TUESDAY EVENING + / 6:30 to 1 /: | / Table D’Uote and A la Carte ^ I £ 8ervlee j y Special Dance DECORATION y / DAY, Tuesday, May 30th, / £ S P. M. to 1 A. M. < ! y No admicaion y y Cover charge 25c per person y j / Alphonao Young, Director Jt S Douglas 0410 £ j VINCENNES DINNER DANCE Tuesday Evening Mika Pauline Lee, Mr. Hugh Buchanan, Miss* Gertrude Sanborn, Mr. Julcon Francisco, Pro(. Oronto J. Buckner, Mr Thos. Sellers, Mr. Gilbert Bagby, Mr. Vincent Saunders, Mi»s Kate White, Mi. and Mrs. Watkins. Mrs. O. J. Buckner, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett, Mr. A. Bowen, Mr. J. Dugan. Mr. J L. Cone, Mr. Seigel Young. Mr. Charles W. Rose, Mrs Lovie Pell, Mrs. Lucile McKee, Mr. Steve Bell, Mr. B. H. Hughes, Mr. A. E. Har rison, Miss Margaret Adams, Mr. C. D. Dumas, M. C- Eldridge. Miss E. M. Gibson, Miss Mary Watkins, Mr. Ben F. Hotter, Miss Georgia Claxton, Mr. Leon Motts, Mrs. Gonaales Motts, Mrs. Madaline Motts, Mrs. Bertha Brown, Mrs. Frankie Walker, Mr. and Mrs. B A. Thompson, Mrs. Pearl Ormes, Misa Ida Tames, Mrs. ('ora Adams, Mr. Ralph Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lewis Mi Leslie Johnson, Mr^ and Mrs. C. J. Wright, Miss Alberta Anderson, Miss Gladys Jackson, Miss Frieda Walker, Mr. Carl Stokes, Miss Louise Marshall, Mr. John Irwin. Miss Clara Slater, Miss Sarah Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Simpson, Mr. Ralph Jones, Miss Corine Mitchell, Mr. Janies Brown. ■ -- Cut at Mother’s Home Joseph Dunn, 21, 3712 Dearborn Street, was cut in the. neck Friday by Albert Smith, a roomer at his mother's home, 3742 Dearborn Street, Friday. Gets 3 to 10 Years Clifford White was found guilty in Judge Scanlan’s court of assault to rob Mrs. Lena Hollingsworth, 4228 Evans Avenue. He was sentenced from three to ten years in the penitentiary. Mrs. Hollingsworth was cut about the face. Stabbed by Lover Miss Florence Lavigne, 32, 3150 Wa bash Avenue, was stabbed in the right side Sunday afternoon in front of her home by Herman Stone, 3017 State Street. Officials Complimented The officials of the Morgan Park Building & Loan Association were highly complimented by James A. Parker, secretary for the Pyramid Building & Loan Association, during the past week while oil a visit in the park. Mr. Parker has proved an effi cient secretary of the association dur ing the past three years. CLASSIFIED FOR RENT FOR RENT—Seven-room Furnished Apartment. Steam heat. Indiana Ave., near 35th St. Phone Doug las 5308. FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurn ished rooms, for settled couple. No other roomers. 4545 St. Lawrence Ave. Ken. 5740. i WANTED—Ladies to sell direct to in dividuals—Attractive lines of bloom ers and step-ins. Oour garments are excellently made as to material and trimming. Can be sold at very rea sonable prices. Aggressive sales women should earn $50 to $75 week ly without difficulty. Diana Garment Co.. 108 N. State st. Chicago, 111. WANTED—Marngi <coupTe as care taker for light-house keeping apt. bldg. 3-room apt. unfurnished for care-taker at $22.00 per Mo. will pay 8 per cent commission on col lections for information drite, Box 102 Chicago Whip, 3420 State street. Who Made Mary Famous? My Prize Letter to The Cleve land Press reads, “Who Made the Name of Mary Famous? Did the live Marys—Virgin Mary, Prin cess Mary, Queen Mary, Mary Garden and Mary Pickford make the word, Mary, famous? I desire to get the financial and moral support of the people for the completion of my proposed book of, “My 120 Peace and War time Letters.” (A chance for investors. This book is to be sold at The Chicago' Pageant of Prog ress. I have brought a new spirit of cheerfulness and liberalness to Chicago. Write me. >.*. A. R. GILLESPIE, 344 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park, Illinois. ROOMS TO RENT—IDLEWILD HOTEL. 50 EAST 33RD ST. $4.00 $5.00 PER WEEK. niiiiiiiiiniii'iinmimiifi What Ralph wrote to Bill •> BILL is a good substantial citizen who, like many of us, had, up to a short time ago, new saved hts money systematically. He never really thought seriously of investing in bonds until he was married a few years ago. Being in experienced in financial matters, he wrote several letters to Ralph, an attorney friend of his, who an swered all bis questions in a very simple and clear manner. We have just published a booklet ! called “An Investor’s Letters” whtch contains all of Ralph’s and BilFs correspondence. You will find it very interesting and it may clear up some of the questions you & have in your own mind about in ti vestment matters. J PTo ohaJS be [fad to send ‘'Jb bnuor^ loners "free of ehar[t or obft[atmu j to ajpvnr <zufo reasserts it. LINCOLN STATE BANK OF CHICAGO Hinder State Government Supervision 31 St and South State Streets p v Telephone Victory ‘♦500 FOR RENT—2 rooms, married couple or single men; all conveniences. 5058 S. State St., 3rd apt. Ken. 4226. FOR RENT—A large modem office. Physician or Dentist preferred. Knox College of Beauty, 3103 In- 1 diana Ave. FOR RENT—Modern 2 Apt., 7 and 8 rooms. Desirable people only. Agent on premises. 4821 Vincennes Ave. FOR RENT—Light neatly furnished rooms, private family. Vic. 6475. 2716 Wabash Ave. FURNISHED ROOMS—First class ‘ persons only. Phone Douglas 7506. FOR RENT—2976 So. Park Ave., Furnished rooms, steam heated and electric lighted, Douglas 8405. FOR RENT—4619 Vincennes Ave., 3rd floor, large light room, modern convenience, furnished or unfurnished FOR RENT—2 Rooms, married couple, or single men. 4431 Calu met, 1st Apt. Ken. 5374 J. TO LET—Neatly furnished rooms. Priv. Family, 2716 Wabash, Victory ■ 6475. ] FURNISHED ROOMS—Near "L" hot water. Douglas 8405. 2976 So. Park Avenue. FURNISHED ROOMS—Also newly furnished, 4th Apt. 3000 So. Park. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for young man. Resonable rent. Oakland 4211. S. STATE ST., Apt. 3. Two rooms. Married couple or single men. Modern conveniences. Kenwood 4226. FOR RENT—4048 Indiana Ave. Apt. 3, Neatly furnished rooms, modern conveniance, Phone Boul. 4916. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Restaurant, excellent neighborhood, good location. A real buy. Owners are going in other business. Also three show cases, mahogany. Apply 3008 In diana Ave., Hat Factory. FOR SALE—Fish market, with three . steam heated rooms in the rear. White and colored trade, good lo cation, cheap rent, long lease, very reasonable. Call Oakland 6340. FOR SALE—First class Music Store for sale. Splendid business chance. Address Box 105, Chicago Whip, 3420 State St. FOR SALE--Restaurant, good loca tion, a bargain. Owners are busy with other businesse’s. Apply 3008 Indiana in Hat Shop. FOR SALE—Must sell piano. Good as new, worth $400.00. A big bar gain at $100.00. 4848 St. Lawrence Ave., 3rd Apt., Drexel 2366. k7 7..-.77....777 .77.7.7—7—_ FOR SAJ'E—Restaurant, good loca tion. Price reasonable. Call Drex 0553. FOR SALE—Entire contents of 8 room apt., account of death. 4536 Forest-ville Ave., 2nd apt, HELP WANTED. WANTED — A First-class Beauty Operator. Steady position and good pay to the right party. Knox College of Beauty, 3103 Indiana Ave. VANTED—Girls to learn on power mcahines. 3723 S. State St. LADIES ONLY—On receipt of 50 cents I will send to any married lady a valuable secret that cost me $5.00. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Address Thos. Madi son, Dunham, Ky. To such persons, I can offer a position of unlimited opportunity. If you believe in yourself, call at once for a personal interview. Woodard’s Studio, 302 East 35th Street, corner 35th and Giles Ave., (formerly Forrest Ave.) over Sto ball and Hudson’s Pharmacy. WANT TO INTEREST THREE reliable ambitious men or women having energy and ability who are anxious to make a permanent con nection where ability is recognized. To such persons, I can offer a posi tion of unlimited opportunity. Call between 11 A. M., and 6 P. M., for personal interview. Woodard’s Studio, 392 E. 35th St._ MUSICIANS WANTED—Three mu sicians for a Summer Resort in Michigan for the months of July and August. A Saxophone Player for Lead, a Pianist and Drummer. Address: Box 200, Chicago Whip, 3420 State St„ Chicago, 111. POSITION WANTED POSITION WANTED—First class stenographei^^Dougla^JiUjd^^^ AGENTS" WANTED 10 Men and 10 Women. Must have :elling ability. Write or call Wilson Finley Co., 2802 Cottage Grove Ave tue, Chicago, 111. MISCELLANEOUS A TRADE—Whether you have a trade or not, you should learn "one that pays 50 to 75 cents an hour. Work when you like. Complete working instructions by return mail on receipt of $1.00. Address rhos. Madison, Box 41, Dunham, Ky. 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