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i— » “ I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul” The career of every man or woman who has risen to success is a vivid revelation of th€ great truth quoted above. The forces that control one’s course in life are lodged within ourselves and developed in proportion to the self-constraint we impose upon our conduct. Self,denial, therefore, becomes the essence of self-mastery and the spirit qf success. To abstain from wasteful pleasure, to hold aloof from extravagance, to save a part of our earn ings regularly, persistently and unfailingly—these are the surest means of controlling our destiny. Your savings, de posited here, encourage your efforts by the visible progress that they will reveal to you. The Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust Company Affiliated with Phoenix National JJank SAVINGS TRUSTS INSURANCE "" —— ll Chas. 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Pay if von live and pay if vou die—you can’t lose. ... UJ NO DUES NO ASSESSMENTS NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION Policy in full force Thirty days from date issued. ii For further information concerning the policy you want, write, wire, phone or call on  A. R. Smith, Gen. Agent for Arizona J 1302 East Jefferson St., Phoenix, Arizona PHONE 1250 27 YEARS IN BUSINESS RESOURCES OVER $3,000,000 ii mMw sa||Bs GLOBE-MIAMI ' By Miss Modes-ta Young The A. M. E. church in Miami is progressing nicely and the services ! are well attended. The Sunday School | is held at 3 p. m. and all are cordially • invited to attend. A real Thanksgiving dinner was I served Thursday at the A. M. E. I church in Globe. Following was the 'menu: Roast turkey and duck with all the trimmings, mince and pumpkin pies. A large crowd enjoyed the repast. j We, the people of Miami, are proud I to have in our midst Miss L. Harris, j teacher in the public schools. She is an intelligent, capable instructor and has also taken an interest in our Sun day school and church work. The pupjls are all delighted with their teacher and we highly appreciate her services. We shall do all in our I power to make her stay in our city j a plaseant one. The rally at St. John’s Baptist j church has been postponed till a I later date. j Mrs. I. Petty has been suffering ■ with a severe cold but is much im- I proved. Mrs. Fannie Boone is on the sick | list. Mr. Johnson and Mr. P. D. Boone | have accepted positions with the Ari -1 zona Eastern Railroad company. RAY ‘ By Chester Maryland Mose Davis, Frank Smith, C.. A. Maryland, Curtis Watson and two Mexican boys motored to Phoenix last Friday in Mose Davis' car to see the hard-hitting Wright fight. The • trip was great, only Mose thought he J could run his car without gas. We | had a little exercise walking several 1 miles to get some gas, otherwise the trip was enjoyable. Mr. W. Barnell is treating his house to a nice new coat of gray paint. Abe Bueford is in the hot tamale business and has purchased a horse in order that he may be able to de liver the goods to his customers while t&ey (the tamales) are red hot. The Misses Crump returned last week from Phoenix where they at tended the State Fair. They were accompanied by Mr. Burt McDonald. Rev. J. Henry Clark of Yuma, pre siding elder of the A. M. E. Zion churches in this district, was in Ray last Sunday and delivered a powerful sermon to the congregation at the local church. Wm. P. Crump made a flying trip to Phoenix last week on business. o Chickens have got nothing on trou bles coming home to roost. If you have to choose between party and principles, choose prin ciples. THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING MESA By Alphonso Robinson Mr. B. I. Granger, who has been employed at the Commercial barber shop, has moved his family into their new home on 'Palmer avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown spent the week-end with their brother-in-law in the country. The executive board of the Paradise Baptist Convention will hold a meet ing in Phoenix this week. Rev. J. Robinson of this city is vice-president of the Convention and will attend the sessions in the capital city. Mrs. Paris Tabron of Prescott was the guest last week of her daughter. Miss Helen H. Vance. Misses Helen Vance and Beulah Morrow, teachers In the public school of this city, spent several days in Phoenix last week the guest of the Misses Crump in East Jefferson street. Mrs. Rachael Porter entertained Mrs. Baris Tabron and daughter. Miss Helen'Vance at dinner last week. Mr. Ralph Porter, who is a student in the University of Arizona, spent several days in the city last week Visiting his parents. He also attended the State Fair in Phoenix. Rev. J. M. Robinson and a party of friends motored to Phoenix last Sat urday on business. Rev. J. M. Robinson, Mrs. S. M. Taylor and Mrs. J. T. Turner left this week in Rev. Robinson’s car for Phoenix to attend the meeting of the executive board. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hayes of Beau mont, Texas, are visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hall. They spent the week-end in Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson spent Sunday in Phoenix. The entertainment given last Thursday evening at Bethel A. M. E. church proved a great success. PRESCOTT By Mrs. Dora Rose On last Sunday the attendance at all services at the People's A. M. E. Zion church was good, and Dr. A. O. Yeargood, the pastor, delivered two excellent sermons. The Sunday school and Christian Endeavor were fine and many young -people attended these services. Two ,new members were received into the church. ' Th chitterling dinner given for the benefit of the church proved entirely successful. Mrs. Suddoth, the super intendent, and the teachers deserve much credit for the interest mani fested in the affair. Mrs. Suddoth ha 3 a natural gift for training children and under her leadership many j worthy efforts have been put forth and carried to a successful conclusion. Mr. Thomas Rose received the sad news of the death of his mother in North Fork, Va., on Saturday, Novem ber 20th, at 12 a. m. She had reached the ripe old age of 74 years. Anyone desiring chitterlings or lye hominy need only to call on Mrs. Per kins, 110 North JfCCormick street. She receives them fresh every Friday and will be pleased to supply your wants. , Alex , Suggs, who is well known among the boys at Ft. Whipple bar racks, left Wednesday for St. Louis, Mo. Under a recent order issued Dy Major Stanley of Whipple barracks, the officer of the day will eat his meals in the mess hall with the boys. Ben Owens of Ward nine, Whipp'.s barracks, was deep in a debate Tues day over the comments conducted OY Mrs. Dora Rose of Prescott. Owens won. Coleman of Ward eight has been proudly exhibiting a pocketbook that has Just been finished for somebody ,n Prescott. Mayes of Ward three is taking les sons in beauty culture. Mayes ex pects to go forth into the business world some day. DOUGLAS By Jack Hayes Rev. S. E. Newell of Prescott has been called to pastor the Mt. Olive Baptist church of this city. Mrs. Jack Hayes has t/een on the sick list the past week with a severe cold. Lightning Davis, a Douglas boxer, won the decision over Kid Rasber-y in the third round by the knock-out route in a bout held November 3th. Another classy boxing match was held Thanksgiving. Mrs. Hayes is securing actors to stage a play in the near future en titled: “Long Live the Kink.” Members of St. Paul A. ‘M. E. church plan to hold a bazaar beginning Mon day and continuing throughout the week. When in Douglas stop at Jackson hotel, 357 Seventh street. Large com fortable rooms at reasonable prices. Rev. J. B. Bell, noted Baptist mis sionary, has been a visitor in the city the past two weeks. It is high time for the colored peo ple of Douglas to recognize home talent. Come together and select a leader. There is one man in our city I deserving of this honor and that is our own Doctor Bryant. Lets unite] as one man and select Dr. Bryant for: our leader. Mrs. L. C. Patterson of El Paso.i Texas, has opened a school of voice culture and for instruction in music at Fifth and F avenue. If you are j musically inclined, visit her studio. Mrs. James Weatherly has been on the sick list the past week but is much improved. Frank Andrews motored to Naco on last Sunday, returning late that after noon. William Caldwell, the popular widower, is going to purchase an auto mobile real soon. Here’s your chance, girls. The Ebony Amusement hall for the colored people of Douglas is now open and ready for business. Of ficers are: William Caldwell, presi dent; Fred Lee, vice-president; Jack Heyes, secretary. When you are in line for dances, entertainments, re ceptions, etc., notify the secretary. A cantata was staged last Friday evening under the direction of Mrs. L. C. Patterson in the Ebony Amuse ment hall. Many were present and all had a delightful time. Mr. Brewer, Noah McAllister and Jack Hayes spent Armistice day hunt ing and bagged 23 quail and 15 rab bits. Sergt. Geo. Taylor, 25th Infantry, of Nogales, and Miss Louise McGowan | of this city, were quietly married last week. « Mr. Zack Tasby, who the past few! weeks has been confined to his home with illness, is able to be out. Mr. Jessie Lassiter had his automo bile out last week and everybody was complimenting him on his new car. Jess said: “Nope, just had it painted up.” Speedball Hayden, the popular col ored boxer, fought Kid Ross in Columbus, N. M., on Thanksgiving day. We shall appreciate an opportunity! to demonstrate to you the adaptability! of our service to your needs in the' way of amusements. Ebony Amuse ment Hall. o WOMEN’S CLUBS By Marion Noble Self Improvement club met at the' lovely home of Mrs. Silvers, on East Jefferspn street and received their; parts for a play they are to have in! the near future. The hostess served one of the prettiest lunches I havej seen for some time, your humble j servant enjoyed it so much she wanted to stay for supper. ■ HERE IT IS PHOENIX TRIBUNE Special Bargain Offer A FULL YEAR’S SUBSCRIPTION Clean Rr JrnSsm Arizona's Conservative X|T|l Leading Reliable M J||gLJ Newspaper From November 27th. to January Ist, 1921 This offer is made in order that we may reach our goal— 7ooo Subscribers by 1921. Dining the bargain offer dates, renewal subscriptions also will be accepted at this special rate. After January Ist, the price goes back to $2-50 per year. Subscribe now and save 50 cents. PHOENIX TRIBUNE l ARIZONA’S LEADING NEWSPAPER Box 1052 Phoenix, Arizona * , i | ,V— -I ' ■ ' I ' ' ■■■■' I ■] The thirteenth they say is an un lucky day. Not so with the jolly bunch that motored over to Tempe 'and Mesa November 13th. On our , I return we were the guest of Mrs. W. , H. Williams for 5 o’clock dinner at . Giallard’s Case and I must say we had the time of our lives. In the party were Mesdames Tull and Jordan of Precott, Caldwell, Lucas, Williams and Noble. Sorry I could not attend the Golden O meeting. Will do batter next time. Self Improvement Club . Sorry to say I missed the meeting . November l 15th at Mrs. McCutcheon’s. _ Quite a bTt of work was done and all had a delightful itmf, ahd you know . the rest. Progressive Club Met with Mrs. Mullen November ' 20th. As a visitor I enjoyed being ; present. They plan to entertain on 1 the 27th. Charity Club , On November 14th Mrs. Walker gave a delightful tea at her home for \ the members of the Charity club. She [ also spoke of some plan she wished the ladies would help her with of I which you will hear more about later. o LOCALS ii Parent-Teachers T»leet j On Wednesday afternoon, Novem jber 17th, a group of ladies met at i the Jefferson school, 15th street and East Jefferson, with the teacher, Mrs. ■ Laura E. Wells, and organized a i parent-teachers association. Mrs. I. . McPinion was chosen president, Mrs. 1 Oralee Mimms, secretary; Mrs. C. Hamilton, treasurer. This associa ■ tion plans to do many things for the : school and starts out under favorable ; conditions. , ’ * SPECIAL SALE LADIES’ and CHILDREN’S HATS I 50% DISCOUNT We also have a special bargain in LADIES’ TAILORED SUIT THE ELITE SHOP 17 South sth Ave. Mme. O. G. Howard, Prop. I -* SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920. N. A. A. C. P. Meeting Members of the N. A. A. C. P. will render a special program Sunday afternoon. 3 o’clock, at the A. M. E. church., All who are interested in the advancement of the race are urged to attend. Walter McKinney, presi dent; Mrs. Lynn Rcss Carter, secre tary. J Baptists Meet The executive board of the Pafra dise Baptist Convention convened Wednesday at the Second Baptist church with many prominent Baptist divines from ail parts of the state in attendance. The meetings will con tinue until Sunday, when on Sunday afternoon the members will attend a special program arranged by the ladies of the Missionary society. The public is invited to attend the meet ing Sunday afternoon. Rally Day Sunday The trustees of Taner Chapel will Upld a dollar rally Sunday and all members and friends of this church are asked to bring no less than one dollar for the collection. They hope to raise at least S2OO. Return From Tucson Rev. J. B. Bell, field missionary of Arizona Baptists, returned this week from Douglas and Tucson, where lie has been visiting the churches in that section. He reports the churches in splendid condition and doing excel lent work. Visitor From Maryland Mrs. Frances Van Dyke of Balti more, Md., is spending the winter with her daughter and son-in-law, Mrs. O. G. Howard and her husband in West Grant street. o Skins differ in color, but all blood is red.