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Chicago s Own Page. j ' Page Wh.ch Will \ If It Happened In O L f'% ml Interest All Who The Windy City %*/ jjK' Know Anything Read Lt Here AH INDEPENDENT WEEKLY About^ Chic ago Vol. 4—No, 26 . JULY 1st, 1922 __-_ Part Two ToseV” seTs1 all KNOWS ALL - -OSEY OVERHEARD a funny * onversation between a dapper vouth in society and a pretty lady of rather uncertain age. It seems as i the youth was greatly infatuated with the lady. He had been per nutted to carry on his flirtation with the lady without any interference Soon the* boy lx gau to make demands for all of the lady's time and sought tc ff vern all her .* ti<• s 1 i.'-n he found out that his biggest rival was his own father. 'I he lady finally told the youth to go on his way, as his father had been her dearest sweetheart since h< wa- a tot The youth was heartbroken but ha*! it out with his dad. Now the youth's mother cannot understand wh> the father gives the young man any thing that he asks for. There is n rea'**n, and if the father's money holds out the mother will never know * ♦ * ONE NEVER knows what powers one has until called upon to use them. Nosey was walking alons Indiana Avenue last week when he aw a rather stout gentleman who has a beautiful drug store jump from a running street car The stout man never missed his step when his foot hit the ground, but he proceeded to make tlie world’s record for the 100 yard dash look like a snail s pace. He was closely followed by that married man who continually is kicking up « iuss about those who look at his wife too long The gentleman had a knife in his hand ready for action, hut he wa, never able to get near enough tc the fast moving pill mixer to use it Nosey takes off his hat to the mar who though stout and without train ing could make Howard Drew in hi? prime look like a man sixty-five trying to run for a street c ar If the pill mat could only have the gentleman with the knife start him off, he could wit: any race he entered. * * • SL* M M K R IS again bringing tr pass new romances. The yotinp medical sMident who last summei wa- head over heels in love with a visiting school teacher has agair emerged from his arbor of love, anc this time it is a wealthy daughter of a wealthy man from the east. Head party, joy riding, movie houses < om< in »jui- k succession, even though thi t ! young student has not received \ check from his wealthy though r * "utric uncle. Soou it will be tun* l i the lady to leave. Nosey is gonifr t > !and on guard to see if the galian1 K"' eo w il leave the city at the sain< tin.- as his lady fair, as he did las y*a: History is supposed to repeat V I not summer love repeating a lit tie bit? * * • I ■> \ KKVliODY W1I.L do a little | ^ biting m the back if they get tin t bam e So the returning "pro i who left his lady love here it ‘ ■ adds of a wild Chicago, while ht . teaching in the "wilds” of thi ■ nth, returns to find that he has Iiac I hark pretty well chewed up. Ht nutted t ■ » friend that he had won " 1 how he was going to get out o tfc box that he was in, but now thi ■ n was clear. Nosey found out tha * - "professor" had been eating , rather large hole in the back of tin t in whom he now finds pranchq ml with Ins own little flower. Tha : . ay "While you were biting mi the back, I was gnawing your bad t : Only funny tiling about it al wa- that the “professor” did not knov he was using iron teeth on his rival. ♦ » * rOC CANNOT shake your shim ' r.tie on tea, is the motto of a cer taut set of young ladies in higl society, so they spend their monev t< get that "high powered" gin to mil with their ginger ale and tea. At thei last "afternoon tea” they used quite ; few of these allots before their gentle men guests (carefully selected—thos having close mouths having the pref erenre) arrived. Well, they took toi tnanv cups of tea, or it was a nev brand ot gin, for when the guest arrived they found the ladies all pilei up in various places about the apart ment, agony written all over thei faces One of the guests was a docto and that saved for the day, for a much tea as the girls drink at thei parties and teas, they never before en countered such "tea" as they had tha night. All reported sick at their home gave out the story that it wa "(Hitainr poisoning. If any of then had died, that doctor who gave then first aid would really have had to tel his Wife a remarkable yarn. Luck wa with them this time, but they say then will be no more next time. SOCIETY! Mrs. Adams, Pittsburgh. Pa., who lias been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phil A*. Jones, returned home last week, after being highly entertained. Major N. Clark Smith, Kansas City, Mo., lias arrived in the city and will be here permanently at the Chicago Con servatory of Music. “I.ady” Vey Gordon, formerly of St. Lotus, Mo., who has opened a costume design establishment at 440 h. 45th St., is expecting a number of visitors from the Mound City this summer. Mrs L H V\ right, wife of Coun sellor K 11 Wr ght, ha retutned 11'>’11 Idlewild Resort, Mich., where she went to open her cottage for the summer. Alderman and Mrs. Louis 11. Ander son expei t to leave the lirst of next mouth for their summer home at Idle wild. Alderman Anderson us looking over plans lor the building of a new home near 39th and Calumet Ave. Mr. and Mrs. t ary B. Lewis, Cary U., Jr., and the baby’s great grand mother. Mrs. Jane Hammond, expect to leave for their summer home at Idlewild Resort, Mich, the lirst part | of July. Mrv I F Johnson of Indianapolis, Ind , has joined her husband, following ■ her school work in the Hosier capital. , Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be located ; at 4010 Calumet Ave. until August 1st. Mrs Grace Bell Davis of St. Louis, Mo, is spending a very pleasant vaca tion in Chi« ago She is l^eing lavishly entertained by her many friends, and will remain in Chicago until fall. She is stopping with Mrs. Sula Mae Will iams, sQOO S. Wabash Ave. Mrs. Mary Ellen, New Orleans. La., aunt of Miss Genevieve Reuben, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Washington, 45JO St. Lawrence Ave. Mr Andrew “Rube” Foster, baseball magnate, has purchased a new Appcr son car for his family. Mr. and Mrs. W aril and family will move into the second flat at 4J7 E. 46th St., July 1. Mine. Anita Patti Brown and Miss Natolie Doxey, who have recently re turned from London, England, are be ing highly entertained by friends. The Rev. Perry. Philadelphia, Pa., arrived in the city Monday on business with the Kashmir Cherny ^ Co John Merrian Taylor, Little Rock, Ark., head of the musical department j of the Philander College, is in the city. A. 1. Neeley, head of one of the ' departments of Ttiskegee Institute, Alabama, motored to the city Monday night, accompanied by four other young men. They arc stopping at the Idlewild Hotel. Prof James A Mundy, director of the Bethel Church choir, who won the new Paige car in Tile Whip contest Saturdav night. B receiving congratu lations fro inhis thousands of friends. In i ft w days Mr Mundy experts to be driving the car himself ' Miss Empress Davidson returns from her srhool work in St. Louis, and will spend the greater portion of the summer months in the city. Miss Helen Perrv left Sunday for New York City, where she plans to spend the entire summer vacation, visiting on her return Washington! Philadelphia, Baltimore and other cities. Dr Binga Diamond of Danville, III., ^pent the week-end in the city, return ing Monday, accompanied bv Mrs. Des mond. Miss Katie E. Stocks, 4111 Vin cennes Avc., entertained at an evening social in honor of Mrs. Ardie Clark : Halyard of Beloit, Wis, Dr. Ed W. Murray, Eye, Ear, Nose and Ihroat Specialist, .1122 Giles avenue, performed a nasal sinus op eration last week. He corrected the nasal irregularities, causing the sinus trouble as well as clearing out the ' sinus itself. Operation was a suc ; cess. Dr. Murray has performed opera 1 ,tions of the kind previous to this, all ; of which are doing nicely, and the 1 patients are singing his praises. Mrs. D. P. Hudnell of New York, is visiting Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Will I ianis at 3626 Grand boulevard, this city. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams of Forrest City, Arkansas, are visiting Mrs. M. E. Haywood at 4458 Prairie avenue. Dr. Leon Taneil of Washington, | D. C., is visiting his brother, Dr. Park , Taneil, 4549 Indiana avenue. I - i Mrs. Carl Roberts and her two chil ■ dren ara spending a week at her sum mer home at Cedar Lake, Indiana. Sweet Girl Graduate Entertained Mcsdames Phillipa Wilson and Helen Jones entertained for their niece, Miss Selma Keene, with a dancing party Friday, June 23, at the residence of Mrs. Wilson, 6968 An thony Avc. Misses Adelc Collins and aaifftu Pho»o >iy JoltM Bfot. Hazel Renfrow assisted in receiving. The young misses had a delightful time. Miss Keene wore her graduat ing gown and looked very stunning She recently graduated from the Par kcr High School with honor> Other social functions have been planned for Miss Keene. The Tavern Inn Notes .1456 South State Street The Tavern each day becomes increasing, popular a the propei give one - dinners, luncheons and tea parties Last weel was ga- -r any previous w«*ek. On Sa urda gl'.t Samuel .! McLcmore and I)t Ldvvm i .'mi' wrtr li*.«ts to tlv Forty Chr j After the regular meeting in the parlor I Dr. « hrvtnm‘« apartment, the c!•:t» adjourn e'i masse to the Tavern where they were lightfully entertained with a four course so per. Mi MoLernore and Dr. r bust nut who two of tne club's most popular members assisted in rec eiving their guests by Dr. W.» Alexander and the President, Mr. Hind Cyrus (>n Sunday, Juno 25th, the Tavern dims room was the scene of a v> r-. elnbo-ate dint party, given by Mr and Mrs J F. John of Indianapolis, Indians A very appro;, u and tasteful six course Menu was served the guests, from whom many line t ompbm* • were eh ited with regard to the superior St ice and the very charming decorations tl wo-re in keeping with every desire of « Hostess, on their 10th anniversary. Mr. Johnson is with the Madam < j Walker Company of Indianapolis, Indian, and Mrs. Johnson recently joined hitn he following her school work in the Hoosier cn ital Mr Johnson is a frequent guest at th Tavern, and we are very desirous of alwa> being able to serve such patrons and to kn that our standard of service is the best. M and Mrs. Johnson had a* their guest*, U uid Mrs \\ am W. Gi >b» Mi and M Ralph (). Bryant, Dr. and Mrs Charles V Bibb, and Mr and Mrs. Benjamin 11. Marti The pi a c cards for each <■ thi guests we very artistically d--*v* I • ' '".mired 1 : M t' William F-. Scott, the artist. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Julius Avendorph entertained with an after theatie party m honor of Julius Avendorph, Jr., who I'.ivt returned from college. Mr. and Mrs. David Manson entertained with a dinner party in honor of the promotion in school of their i vrnul! daughter Another affair of the week was the after theatre party given by fifteen <.i the post office employees. Other reserva tions of the w<ik wetc Editor and Mis. K. is. Abitt, Hanker Jesse Binga, Ai< ..i.,4 David Washington. Dr and Mrs. Xorwi « Thorne, Mr atid Mrs. Macon Huggins, M *ml Mrs Benjamin Martin, Dr. and Mrs •Herbert Turner and Mrs. Rebecca Dodsoi Mr Ralph Cole, Kansas City, Dr. Gordni M Jackson, Miss Mae Robinson, New Yorl City, Chav. Satchel Morris, Major N. flail Mrs A1 iza It- wling, Mi <ieorge R Garner, ft . Harriett Cannon, Omaha, ' • Edward Stone, Tacoma, Wash., Miss M K Lee, Evansville, Ind.. Dr. Joseph English M Gertrude Terrell, Misa Alem Wat von, St. Louis, Mo.. Miss Empress Davidson St. Louis, Mo, Miss Dorothy Penn and James Reed. Miss Journey a Good Stenographer During the contest which was on for two months at The Whip office, Miss Merrill Journey, stenographer, 2722 Dearborn St., gave very efficient service and added greatly to the dis patch of the business in the office. The contest being over. Miss Journey left Saturday. She finished her stenog raphy at Peoria, 111., and with her experience is now ready to work for any business person in need of a first class office girl. Hazel Davis Exhibition Mrs. llazel Thompson Davis gave her seventh annual dancing exhibition at the Avenue Theatre on Tuesday afternoon. The house, as usual, was packed, Mr. Harry Davis putting out the sign “Standing Room Only" early. Mrs. Davis has done more for the cul ture and appreciation of artistic danc ing among young folks than any indi vidual. This was demonstrated on Tuesday, when these little folks beauti fully and gracefully danced like nymphs. Among some of the young folks who appeared on the. program were: Lurile Moore, Edna Atkins, Delberta I.ee, Helen Weir, Florence Hardin, Muril Farmer, Nell Ritche, Martha Twiggs, Beatrice Brown, Her bert Jones, Rose O’Neil, Doris O’Neial, Christine Howard. Carol Chilton, Carita Anderson, Molly Mays, Naneen Joyce, Florence Barnett, Virgil Mac key, Susie Mae Corbin, Dorothy Jack son, Florence Hardin, Dorothy JacTc son, Margaret Bonds, Beatrice Bonds, Ruth Maxwell, Morris Lewis, Ruth Maxwell, Hortense Popp, Helen Weir, Mildred Walker, Dorothy Jackson, Lucile Moore, Sara Smith and a host of others Mrs. Davis, Mrs. D. Rey nolds and Mrs. Lena Hubbard made costumes for solo dancers. Children “made up” by Marguerita Ward. Ac companists. Mrs. Althea Howard, Charles Wilson,Robert Hardin. Ushers and flower girls, Florence Lorry, Mrs. R. Hardin. Marguerite Reynolds, Mar guerite Parker, Phoebe Clenton, Mrs E. H. Curry, Zenobie McDonald and Jesse Hart. awpw» 1 W'MW'U- '1<**>* * •>- ——.. .. ... ., —-- ,, mi iiiihi.limn ■■ 11 ■imriTr-r-i. ..■ iy^r Tr Insane Lula Randolph (35), 5923 S. State St., went insane Saturday. June 24, she was taken to the Psychopathic Hos pital. Hit By Stray Bullet While on his way to the drug store on June 22nd at 40th and State Sts., Clarence Churchill. 42, 18 E ,42nd St., was hit in the left leg above the knee by a stray bullet, tbe origin of which is unknown. He was taken to the Provident Hospital. Quarrels With Five Men; Head Injured As the result of participating in a quarrel against five men at 31st St. and Rhodes Ave. on June 26th, fhomas Donaldson (36). 42 W. 27th St., is in the Provident Hospital nurs iig a laceration on the head Two Drop Dead; Heart Failure On June 25th George Robinson (49). 3150 Dearborn St., and Aaron Junior (58), 2906 S. LaSalle St., died of heart failure at their homes. Hurt in Fall From Street Car Laura Haden (39), 3709 State St., was injured about her face and left -ide when she fell from a moving State Street car in front of 3742 S. State St. on June 23rd. Jealous Hubby Shoots Wife in Arm In a fit of jealousy, Addison Jones on June 22nd, at 3150 Indiana Ave., 'hot his wife, Lucille Sheppard (20), 3154 Indiana Ave., from whom lie is separated, in the left arm She was ken to the Provident Hospital, where was found that her injuries were not ■rious and she will recover soon. Stabbed by Unknown Man At 31st and State Sts., on June 19th, loyd Smith (21). 3322 Indiana Ave I., 'tabbed in the left shoulder bv an (known man with whom lie engaged an argument. Poisoned by Food Sam Mahoney (33). 2529 Wabash Dancing Class at Idlewild The dancing class at the Idlewild fotel, 50 E. 33rd Si., under the direc •>n of Prof. Buckner was a big succ ess Monday night. Prof. Buckner teaching our young women to be raceful and active. There will he Mother class Thursday night. Chi! nil’s class from 3 to 6 p. m. Private ssons by appointment, flic dancing oom is one of the coolest in the city. Arrivals at Idlewild Hotel Arrivals at the Idlewild Hotel, SO East J.trd Strert, last week: Mrs. Pearl Brooks, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. John Halt, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Maggie Fisher, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. H. C. Crawford, Cincinnati, Ohio; Ernest Gaynor. Kan". City. M : Mrs Ger trude Davis, Geneva, I!!.; Mrs Fred Mackey, Gary, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, New Orleans, La.; Edwin Sheen, Decatur, Ili.; Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tidwell, Geleveland, Ohio. 1 ho luakegee Party «.ro motored here Mon .celey, Wm. Wiley, ( Cobb, I Jones, J. < .obinson and Mr. Wilson. Other arrivals ■vere: H. Corey. Vancouver, B. C.; Willard . honrpson, Mayheld. Ky.; E. W. Rutledge, Vancouver, It. (V; Richard Wagner. Tulsa, ! rkla. ; Raymond Sherrill, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; Mahelle Ward, fopeka. Kan. ; Deliah Haw Fins, Ft Wayne, ind . Hilharu Miller, Clevr and, Ohio; Miss Jessie Simpson, .Morgans own, Pa.; Wm. Davis, Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. E'.ila Logan, New York City; Horance Ray, Washington, D C ; Henry Loftis, Mem phis, Term. ; Miss Juanita Eggleston, Boston, Mass.; Harvey Pruitt, Nicholasviile, Ky.; Irvin Thompson, Decatur, III.; Miss Eloisc Thompson, Baldwin, Mich.; John Edwards, Mobile, Ala. Guests at Vincennes Dinner Dance The following were the guests .it the now popular Vincennes Hotel Dinner Dance: Mr. William Kelly, Dr Diggs, Mr. Edward 1*. Bolin. Miss Mary Roan Miss Lucilc Johnson, Miss Pauline Jackson, Miss Emma Carr, Miss Lonny Hodges, Mi Joseph Gnowdeu, Miss Fleming, Mr. Ernet Bacon, Dr. Johnson, Miss Carry, Mrs. A D. Sims, Mis* Kate White, Miss Belzora Towles, Mr. Sieve Skin ner, Mr. George Suadcr, Mr. J. D. Brewer, Mr. D. D Brown. Mi A. G. De Catur. Mr. (filbert Bagby, Mr. John Moore, Miss Zella Hunter, Mr. Vernon Roberts, Mr. Jessr Sub let, Mrs. Geneva Fisher, Miss Mercedes South, Miss Myrtle Sublet, Mrs. R. S. Satfo, Missek Clothilde and Cozetta Saffo, Mr. Duncan, Mr Porter, Mr. Owens, Mr. Hud son, Prof. Orunto Buckner, Miss Claudia Wright, Milk Alberta Williams, Miss Rent Jones, Mr. and Mrs. R. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jenkins, Miss Jene Manning, Miss A Summers, Miss F Jackson, Mr. Taitiugton, Mr. and Mrs. Brent, Mr. Hughes, Mi-s Har rison, Dr. and Mrs Harrison, Mr. Harrison, Sr., Mr. Harrison, Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Bowser, Mrs. Davidson, Mr. M. A. Smith, Mr Arthur Ward, Mr. Stoke-, Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Mr. Beecher, Mr. Carl Roan, Mr. Ralph Stewart, Mr. A. D Woods, Miss A G. Nelson, M;s4 R. E. Jones, Miss Celia Cruise, Mis- Mary Simpson, Mias Julia Belle, Miss Hazel Nesby. Mr. Alphonso Young is putting forth every effort to make the Julv 4th Dinner Dance the swellcst affair oi tue season and many of the summer visitors have already made reservations for this event. Those who have not spoken for reservations can get them by calling Douglas 0410. WALLACE TYLER IS DEAD Wallace Tyler, prominent and pic turesque figure In the night life of the city, died Thursday, June 22, af ter a protracted illness. He is sur vived by his wife. Mr. Tyler is be moaned by a host of friends through out the city. Card of Thanks I wish to thank my many friend< for their kindness and the beautiful floral tributes during the illness and death of my wife, Lucy Harvey, who died June 16th, and to especially thank Mrs. Elizabeth Elliott, Circle No. 1, Supreme Royal Circle of Friends, No. 1503, and the Woman’s Improvement Club for their tender expressions and sympathy. WILLIAM HARVEY, Husband, Harvey* Illinois. Avc., was removed from his home on June 21st to the County Hospital, where he was found to be suffering j from a poisoned stomach as the result ’ of something he had eaten. Drops Dead In front of his home, Douglas Caines (40), 17 E. 36th St., on June 20th dropped dead on the sidewalk; | cause unknown. Cut on Left Arm Anna Thompson (28), 2834 S. La Salle St., is in the Provident Hospital with a three-inch cut on her left arm as the result of a quarrel with James Van, by whom she was cut on June 25th. Taken to County Hospital Susie Tiles (24), 2633 Federal St., was removed to the County Hospital from her home on June 24th. She was suffering from pelvic abcess. Cut on Both Legs Standing on her doorstep, deter mined not to take the last word of an argument that was well in progress between she and James Thompson, Grace Brown (22), 3922 Federal St., on June 24th received cuts on both of her legs above the knees, which were j inflicted by Thompson, She was taken | to the Provident Hospital. Taken to Hospital; T. B. . | Frank Moore (60), 3442 Wabash Avc., on June 24th was removed to the County Hospital from his home, lie; was suffering from T. B. Cut by Wife James Henley (22), 3501 Wabash Avc., was removed to the hospital on June 25th with a cut on his left arm, inflicted by his wife during a quarrel at their home. He was taken to tile County Hospital. Knife Decides Lover During a quarrel between Clyde Glen (33), 3524 S. LaSalle St., and Joe TUCKER REALTY COMPANY GETS IN LIMELIGHT The business world is full of men Half trained, half prepared in the fields in which llltj UJJCI «IC IUI pecuniary pain. Such'persons are hindrances to the welfare of the community and all of us detest them. On the other hand, how pleased arc we to find the other kind — men with knowledge of their particular fields, men of honesty, integrity and ability. The Tucker Realty Co., without a doubt, belongs to the latter class. It is a strong, live, progressive com- * - -- pany. J he I ucker brothers met with success from the v e r y beginning/ Scores of persons h a v e patronized them in the last few months, and have received in addition to gen eral satisfaction, courteous treat ment and service. The Tucker Realty Company deals i n mort gages, insurance, lunirtio auu Ilians. 11 IS lULdlCU III <1 suite of attractive offices in the Roose velt State Bank Bldg., 407 E. 35th St. LIEUT. WILLIAM PHILLIPS DIES Lieut. William Phillips, overseas officer in the Old Eighth Regiment and well-known citizen, succumbed last Sunday afternoon while return ing to his home at 1517 East -liith place. He was buried Tuesday after noon from his home. His passing is mourned by his host of friends and fellow soldiers of the Eight. Many Southern Teachers in City There are a number of teachers in the city from the South. Many of them are attending the University of Chicago. The Y. W. C. A., the Chi cago Musical College and Phyllis Wheatley Home arc opening their doors to these young women. Triby Next week at the Avenue, Mr. Muse will present Trilby and will take the role Svengali. He has pre sented his themes with superb mas tery, that seats are selling at a prem ium. Stewart, of the same address, over Ollie Montgomery at their home on June 25th, Stewart, having ideas of his awn about who is correct lover of Ollie, drew his knife and cut Glen on [he left side of the face and neck. Glen was removed to the Provident Hos pital, where he died a short time later. Injured by Autos Donald Perrin (22), 2fc E. 44th St., sustained a broken leg on June 19th when he was hit by a Yellow cab at (3rd St. and Michigan Ave. At 31st and Michigan Ave., on June ’1st, C. Richardson (70), 2050 S. Prairie Ave., was bruised about the left side of body and hip when he was struck by a Yellow cab. On June 24th, Ben Mosely (32), 2404 S. Wabash Ave., was bruised about his head. He sustained a possible skull fracture when he was struck by an auto owned by Emil Gutinulley, 5115 Universal Ave., at 30th St. and Wa bash Ave. Hit by an auto owned by John Gil sen, 605 Garrick Theatre Bldg., and] driven by Edward Walker, on June 23rd, at Cottage Grove Ave. and 29th St . Anna Scott (35), 2945 S. Park Ave., sustained bruises about the knees. Dr. Rubel in Havana Dr. F. H. Rubel, who left recently to visit friends in various cities in the south, is now in Havana, Cuba, for a short while, taking his son with him. He plans to be in Washington, D. C, shortly and to return to the city on or about the first of July. Calumet Pharmacy Makes Improve ments Calumet Pharmacy, 35th and Calu met Ave, under the able direction of its popular and progressive proprietor, Mr. Libert Lczatua, has added many features which will appeal to the sum mer trade. Nothing has been left un done to make the store the most pleas ing to the eye and the service above reproach. The increasing trade which has come to this store shows that courtesy, service and fair treatment pay in the cud. Y. M. C. A. News Morris Sunday Afternoon Speaker The first of the fortnightly Sunday after* noon musicals will be held on next Sunday, at half-past four o'clock. Mr. H. D. Middle ton has arranged a very interesting program for this occasion. The artists to he presented include: Mrs. Rachel Wells, soprano and a quartette of instrumentalists; Mr. Harry Williams, violinist; Mr. Clarence Smith, cell ist; Mr. James I.ewis, clarinetist and Mrs. Mabel Sandford Lewis, pianist. The appear ance of Mr. Charles Satchel Morris, Jr., on this program, of' itself, gives assurance that this series of Summer Sunday affairs will begin under very happy auspices. Score of Youngsters at Vacation School Over a score of wide awake youngsters gathered at the first session of the Y. M. C. A. Summer School ior Boys on Monday morn ing. Mr. Geo. W. Johnson, registered the boys and outlined the course which in addi tion to studies will include recreation in en joyable amount.-. I’t-d. Willis Huggins of the Wendell Phillips High School faculty, is principal of the school and was highly pleased at the number enrolling in this first term. He looks forward to building up a school that will be second to none in the city. He an nounced. however, that the rolls would be open until next Monday in order to allow other boys the chance to use their vacation in this profitable and pleasant way. Stock Yard Employees to Picnic The Y. W C. A. Camp at Hammond will he the scene of a jolly gathering next Tues day when employees of the lug packing com panies will gather for a day of pleasure and sport. At t meeting, Monday night, of repre sentatives of the groups of employees’ com mittees were appointed ami plans were laid [or one of the biggest outings of the year. Both the Young Men's Christian Association and the Young Women’s Christian Associa tion arc assisting the general committee in trrnnging a program that will furnish pleasure Hid recreation for thousands. Guests at Y. M. C. A. Dormitory During the week the following men have registered as guests at the Y. M. C. A. Dor mitory: P Terrel, M. D., Omaha; J. J. Davis, New York; John l-\ Kyle, Los Angeles- Cori ver Briley, Glcuora, N. Y.; M. E. Brown, Louisville; Russell Hill, Columbus. O.; G. Leonard Oxley, Cincinnati, Ohio; II. Diggs, Memphis, Tenn.; W. B. Nelson, Alcorn, Mi-*.; S. L. Lee, Alcorn, Miss.; Peter M. Ridge, Dallas, Tex.; L. A. Oxley, Boston; J. C. Reid, Los Angeles; Ernest Gayden, Law rence, Kansas. Compare Muse to Mansfield So powerful and impressive is Muse’s work in this great tragedy that he has been compared by famous critic to Robert Mansfield, whose un timely death is attributed to great nerve taxation caused by the terrific character transition. All-American Theatre Association The All-American Theatre Associa tion had a meeting at the Appomattox Club, Monday night, and the parlors were filled with enthusiastic sub scribers. The principal speaker was Prof. Schivill, teacher of history of the University of Chicago. He spoke of the exception gifts of the black people and the wonderful opportunity they had to develop in art, music and sculpture. He said he saw a brilliant opportunity for our people to make history along the above lines. The work of the association was outlined by Raymond O'Neil, executive secre tary, and membership was urged by Dr. Midian Q. Bousfield, Postponed Stag a Success The stag which was postponed took place last Saturday night at Unity Club as scheduled. The affair pro vided many features which delighted the many who had gathered around the festive board for an evening’s en tertainment. Other entertainments will be given in the near future by the "I Will Booster Club.” Miss Neff Improving Miss Alberta Bowman, 3940 Indiana Avenue, a manicurist at the Vendonte Tonsorial Parlor, 3522 South State Street, was operated upon at St. Luke's Hospital last Friday and is im proving. She expects to be taken home the last of the week. During her absence Miss Neff, a “loop” mani curist, has taken her place. Mrs. Tucker in Town Mrs. Mary L. Tucker of Ft. Worth, Texas, is spending the summer with her husband, J. Edison Tucker, of the firm of Tucker Realty Co. Mrs. Tucker is a notary public and execu tive secretary of The Ft. Worth Squall, the leading race paper of Ft. Worth. Mrs. Tucker, owing to physical condi tions, cannot spend the winters here. She has already been the guest of sev eral affairs given by her friends here, as she is a great favorite in the church and social circles here. Before return ing she will visit New York City. Washington and other eastern cities. Summer Camp at Cedar Lake After looking far and wide for a suitable camp for its boys, the Y. M. C. A. has chosen beautiful Cedar Lake in Indiana for this year’s camp site. Arrangements are being made for giv ing four groups of youngsters a chance at the camp for seven days each. This will carry the camp running at ca pacity from July 17th to August 14th. Moody Bible Institute is using the site also, which will serve to improve the accommodations and make possible a very attractive camp program. Mr. George W. Johnson, at the Wabash building, is already busy signing up boys who are planning to enjoy the camp this season. Unique Business Woman When Mrs. P. Franklyn started wth her idea of having a first-clas' family hotel, few thought that she *vuuiu anain me success that haa crowned her ef forts within the l space of a few | years. From one house her busi ness has grown until now she has the finest apartment hotels in the city. One is at 3940-42 In diana ave., one at 3607 Indiana ave., one at 4824 ... anu one at 4524 Indana ave. They arc modern in every respect and have a family air which has made them liked by all who have seen their appoint ments. Each hotel has sanitary kitchens with private lockers, gas stoves, handy laundries, hot and cold water, electric light and steam heat. All of the hotels are near the car lines and elevated. Mrs. Franklyn has won the respect of all who know her for hera business ability and the way she has made a good idea pay. Adv. Grand Opening of Panama Gardens The Panama Gardens, 46th and State Streets will have its grand open ing on next Wednesday night, July 5th, The gardens, w'hich are in the rear of the Panama Cafe, have been newly decorated, the dancing floor en larged and more space added to take care of those who enjoy the only out door cabaret in the city. New en tertainers will amuse the patrons and everything is in readiness for the open ing night, next Wednesday night. Things Lively At Ritz-Carlton Dispite the activities of civic bodies which have sought to close the Ritz Carlton, largely on the grounds that the races mingle too freely, the place is crowded every night with those seeking pleasure in dance and song. The management has added another entertainer and is making big plans for a real fourth of July celebration and advises all to make their reserva tions early. "Buffalo" is still at the helm to see that things go as they should with the guests. ACQUIT BROOKS Arthur Brooks was acquitted of as sault charges on Harry Cohen of 2113 West 13th. The case was of unusual interest in that Brooks came to the defense of two girls who were assaulted and cursed by white row dies. Evidence was brought out that Brooks used his knife to deadly ad vantage only when set upon by a gang of rowdies who severely bruised and injured him. The acquital was a brilliant victory for Atty, R. E. West brooks of the firm of Ellis and West brooks.