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The Abolition of Wine Rooms.
The Mayor has done a com
mendable thing in ordering thal
wine rooms for women shall be
abolished, and no women shall be
permitted to enter any part of a
buildings or house used. for*a sa
loon. It further prohibits women
from appearing on yhie streets-in
decently. This is a good law
and we hope it will be qnfo-tjcqd
ta the letter. We also denounce
this thing of allowing noisy abs
troperous men to use-profane
language on the streets and in
saioons so as to be heard on tffe
out rJe. It is getting too intol
erable. j,W& believe many of the
disordmily -^saloons should bd
closed altogether on Sunday un
less they comply with the law.
We have no right io have mercy
on'law breakers and meuacers^of
the people’s tranquility.
. ' ' " ‘ ' »Jc ^
Odd Fellows Sermon
To-morrow at Zion Church.
The annual sermon of the
grand United Order of Odd Fel
lows Lincoln Lodge No. lr-24,
Will be held to morrow (Sunday)
at Zion Baptist Church, corner
Dtth and Carpenter Streets. Mr.
Grant Martin M.^C.Rev. Doughs
acting pastor ’wilt preach the
sermon at ILo'clock* The march
will be frcpn Odd Fellows Hall
on South 5th Street to the church
beginning at 2:30 sharp at the
hall so as to arrive at the church
by 3. The march will be headed
by Odd Fellow’s Band, the lead,
ing end best colored band of t he
city. The public is cordially in
vited to attend.
All members a~e requested to
meet at the Hal I at 1 o’clock. The
line of march: Proceed from h »U
South on 5th Street to Ctp t 1
Avenue. East >o Sixth, North to
Washington, East to Ninth,
North on until to the Church,
After the sermon, line of march;
South on Ninth t > Mason, Wt st
to Sixth, Soutli to Jefferson,
West to Fourih, East to Adams.
Woman’s Club Notes.
The regular business meeting
of the Club was held on Monday
at the home of the president. It
was attended by 20 members and
the sectional reports were excel,
lent for the work done during the
month of April. Total cleared
from the Bazaar held in April
was $22.00. The philanthiopic
section of which M is Lucy Young
is chairman, turritd over the a
mount of $14 85 which w'as given
by the following churches, name
by Union Baptist. $3.00; St Paul
A. M. E., $3 (JO; Si. J( bn, $4.00;
Zion Baptist, $2 00, N* w Hope
Baptist church, $2,25. The chair.
L >1 .. . *1 11
"10 111 O IU IIICIIJU I 11 fill CtlJ
through th;s paper.
The Club will ho d its annual
sermon a| Baptist Church, 1
if nothing prevor'u- n*iie month
of ,Tu ie Qm mittee will report
on 3rd ‘Sunday in May.
The Home Culture will leave j
Monday at 1 p. m, for Buffalo.
III., over the Interurban line. All
persons wishing to attend this <
section will meet the ciowdat i
the above station. May 13- Th?
Juvenile section will hold their
regular monthlv meeting on Sat ‘
nrday May 11, at Lincoln colored 1
Hon e,
Club Reporter
Petersburg News.
J. Motley and Fred Peniok-at- 1
tended the Western Athletic 1
Illinois Dry Cleaning and
Dyeing Company
C. B. Reichelfc F r. FirU
j.Fanoy J)»y Cleaning and Dyeing
in.all its branches.
Pressing and Repair
ing.- 1 '
Good^called for ;apcP > deiivefe'd.
Joiaour $1.00 per month club;
OJd ’Pfiione, 909: new Phone 1593
meat at Jacksonville last week.
i > '
Harry Harris of Jacksonville is
visit111# his parents here this
j Mrs. Delilah MotleyJ and daugh
ter, Arene are the guests of
friends in Decatur.
The Colored Baptist chuch has
extended a call to Rev. Webster
of Springfield.
Mrs. Edward Motley has re.
turned to her home in Decatur
William Craig and family of
Peoria, wer.- the guests of their
parents Sunday.
Mrs. Alice Ray who has been
quite ill with neuralgia of the
heart, is reported some bettor at
this writting.
Bloomington News.
Miss Jeanette Howard is very
ill at the home ol Mrs. Eve^ette
Mrs. Ora Casey has moved to
Chicago. i
The members of Bethel church
have pledged themselves to
raise one hundred dollars in a
very short time. A large part of
it has already been given. The
church will conduct a rally Sun
day morning and evening.
Carl Steer s was seen on our
streets this week.
Miss Ethel Henneger has re
covered from a slight attack of!
Henry Cisco of Peoria, is ex
pected to visit in Bloomington
Nolan Miller is in Bloomington
after spending the winter in
Dayton, Ohio.
Little Fay Duff of Normal is
on the sick list.
The semi-annual meeting of
the Philathea Club was held at
the lunne of Helen Green this
week and elected officers.
l\oy Williams will serve a six
u'ciock dinner Thursday.
Mrs. W. O. King wiio under
went an operation at the Brokaw
hospital was able to return to her c
ic,me Tuesday. i
As Dr. Brown was unable to t
jreach tlie K of P. annual ser- c
lion, Elder G. VV. Brewer c
jreached in his stead. Rev. i
Jrewer will preach the sermon g
)f tiie Odd Fellows and House, d
lold Ruth, Sunday afternoon. 6
One of the most delightful oc- d
sasions of the season wras the 11
tidoor picnic given to the Uni. e
orm Rank K of P., by their 11
vives and lady friends. Deli. c
nous refreshments were served t
tbutidance. A short program was n
•endured as follows: f
Recitation, Victoria Fields; ‘
eading, ‘The mosquito and the c
nan/^YVm. Collins. Music was ^
endered by B. Smith. 1
| Delmonico Base Ball Team of ’0£
Will Challenge all teams of,the
State and adjacent states.
Headquarters, 730 E. Wash. ■ St.

.,r. -Telephone, New^ J.G1., Springfield. Illlinois
The line \Jp;
W. Howard c. A. Kirby short s
T. Hudson 3rd b Ira King c field
Oswald JDonegan r f A Dotsou lb,
' Eugene Porter Umpire
| Bajbe Williams'2 b G Powell P
Edward Jponegan left fielder
L. Woods catcher No. 2
-Jackson pitcher number 2
' . .
Bring us your typewriting and let
ter-writing, rates good.
/» 111_ _
1. Subscribers who do not give ex
press notice to the contrary are con
sidered as wishing to continue sub
2. If subscribers order the discon
inuance of their periodicals, the pub
isher may continue to send them un
il all arrearages are paid.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse
o take their periodicals from post
ifflce to which they are directed they
ire responsible until they have settled
their bills and ordeied them discon
4. If the subscriber moves to an
pther place without informing the pub
lisher, and the papers are sent to the
former directions, they are held re
5. The courts have decided that
the refusing to take periodicals from
postofflce, or removing and leaving
them uncalled for, Is prima facie evi
dence of international fraud.
6. If subscribers pay in advance
they are bound to give notice to the
publishers, at the end of their time,
If they do not wish to continue it
otherwise the publisher is authorized
to send it, the subscriber will be re
sponsible until an express notice with
payment of arrearages is sent to the
7. The latest postal laws are such
that newspaper publishers can arrest
iny one for fraud who takes a paper
md refuses to pay for it. Under this
aw the man who allows his subscrip
ion to run along for some time, un
said, and then orders the postmaster
o mark It “refused,” and has a card
sent notifying the publishers, lays
llmself liable to arrest and fine, the
SuftirvOFIKLiJ, - ILL!ui.
For typewritten letters and \
ice W. H. UAftBOUU,
305i South Sixth -street
The Forum has opened a
Business Men’s Directory
cheap enough for all to
1 inch 1 month .50
1-2 “ 1 month .25
Baumann Bros....
(Deutsche Apotheke)
Corner 7th and Washington Sts
Both Phones 654
i Your patronage solicited.
City Brewery
; Their Bottle Beer is Fine
BocK’s Special
Can’t be Beat
Try it!
The greatest of all newspapers is
he daily Globe-Democrat, of St. Lou
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iemocrat. Two years for -1.25, else
where in this paper.
Points of Interest
Springfield’s Attractions and How to
Reach Them.
Lincoln home—Corner Eighth and
Jackson streets—take South Eighth
Lincoln Monument, Oak Ridge Cem
etery—take North Fifth street cars at
Fifth and Monroe streets.
Parks and Pleasure Resorts.
Washington Park, southwest of city
take South Second or Lawrence ave
nue cars. Reservoir Park, northeast
of city—take North Seventh cars.
Camp Lincoln. The permanent
camp grounds of the Illinois National
Guards. Take Rutledge or Camp
Lincoln cars. State Fair grounds,
north of city. Take North Seventh
cars. White City Park east of the
city. Take East Capitol avenue cars

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