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Saturday, August 13, 1921.
Personal, Local and Society News „■ :-OF THE STATE c.apitai By R. U. S., Society Editor - ~~—*— Home from California W. B. Hudspeth, one of the owners ■jf of the Kool Kitchen Kate at Fifth street and Jefferson, returned this week from a pleasant sojourn in Cal ifornia. He states that he met many people from Phoenix and frdm his old home, Houston, Texas, and all were doing fine. Mr. Hudspeth says that we need not be surprised to wake up some bright morning and find he ami Mrs. Hudspeth enroute to California to reside permanently. Expression of Gratitude 1 wish to thank the friends who look part in the storm party given me Tuesday evening. Aug. 2. Words will not suffice for to express my appreci ation. May God bless and prosper you, one and all is the sincere wish of Mrs. Mattie Lee. Those who contributed were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. i Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. M. A White, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mabry, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Tannehill. Guest of the Whites Last week, Mrs. May Black Mason, first recording secretary of the North western Federation of Colored Wo men's Clubs, spent several days in tlie city while en route from California to her home in St. Paul, Minn. While In' resile was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. White, 1738 Fast Jefferson street. Return from Coast Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McKenney and daughter Uuby, returned last week from California, where they spent sev eral weeks visiting and sightseeing. They left Phoenix several weeks ago » in their Dodge touring car and made the trip to the coast without much dif ficulty. Mr. McKenney states that California is booming and everybody who want work can find it and good wages are paid. He met a host of Phoenix people, among them Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Williams who are in Pas adena. The Williams are doing nice ly and plan to purchase a modern nine-room bungalow real soon. Mr. McKenney says that he loves Phoenix, but oh you California. Mr. McKenney is employed at the Donotrfo Confec tionery, Cactus Way and Washington street, which position he has held for the past three years. He sold his Dodge car in California and they re turned over the Southern Pacific. Business League The Business League met Tuesday night at Crump’s hall and held a very interesting meeting. President Kobt. L. Fortune was at his post and car ried out the meeting with dispatch. Attorney William 13. Watkins made an interesting talk on, “Preparation for Buisness,” after which a general discussion was indulge,d in by mem bers present. At the next regular meeting which will be held Monday night, August 15 a* Antioch Baptist church, 11th street and East Wash ington. Mr. N. W. Alexander will open the subject of "A Plan for a Co-oper ative Grocery." All citizens of Phoe nix who are interested in the welfare of the race along commercial lines, invited to attend. Women as well as men are welcome. The meeting will open promptly at 8 o'clock and close at 9:20. Come early. Enjoying Themselves Mrs. W. V. Jasper and daughter, Mrs. Jessie Peek are enjoying the cool brteczes of Northern Arizona around Flagstaff. They will go later to the Grand Canyon, thence to Cali . fornia. Visitors from Arkansas Mrs. Tom Herman and son. Mr. A. W. Herman of Eudora, Ark., are re * cent arrivals in the city. Mrs. ller * man is a daughter of Mrs. Khoda Turner of 121 South Bth street. They will remain for an indefinite time. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to the many friends for their sympathy, lovingkindness aud true friendship, manifested during the illness aud death of our beloved wife aud mother, Mrs. Ruben Reed. We also wish to thunk the following for their beauti ful floral offerings: Mrs. Chas. Fish, Mrs. W. P. Crump and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Williams, Mrs. Pat Rivers, Mrs. 15. J. Brooks, Mr. aud Mrs. J. E. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Abe BUeforil, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Barnnell k' of Ray, Ariz., Mr. Wm. Burnett of' Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Butler and Mrs, J. A. Green of Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. Wm. Day and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall. Yours in sorrow. Rueben Reed, husband. % Mrs. Nellie Reese, daughter, Mrs. J. J. McDonald, ” Mrs. C. A. Vann ” Mrs. Luther Rabon Mrs. Archie Lewis, ” Mrs. F. A. Henderson ” j ,Miss Irene Banks, grand ” Mrs. Owens is Hostess On last Sunday August 7th, Mrs j .? Georgia A. Owens of 519 East Jeffer-j son street entertained in honor of Mrs. May Black Mason of St. Paul, Minn. A delightful six course dinner was served an ejoyed. Mrs. Crump Is Hostess On Monday evening, August 8, Mrs. William P. Crump of 1103 East Jef ferson street had ns her dinner guests Mrs. C. A. Yarn, Mrs. Luthr-r Rabon, I Mrs. Fred Williams. Mrs C. J. Hai per. An appetizing repast was served and enjoyed ! Mr. Reese Indisposed Friends of Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Reese' will regret to learn flint Mr. Reese is j confined to his home, 909 East Jeffer i son street, with illness. His condition ; is improving and a speedy recovery is ; expected. East End Drug Store I At last the people of the East End have : drug store right in their neigh ; borbood. The East End Drug Store |at 16th street and East Van Buren is a Godsend to the people of ilia com munlty. T*vo epxerienced pliarnm | cists are employed and prescription work will be given prompt and care ful attention. They carry a full line of drugs and sundries and invite tho I patronage of colored people. Pay j them a visit. To California W. B. Johnson will leave, this week for San Francisco. Cal., where he will I make his home in the future. Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Corrine will join him later. Returning to Coast W. B. Hudspeth who returned Mon day from a two weeks’ sojourn on the coast, left again on Thursday evening j for the coast. This time lie goes to : reside and Mrs. Hudspeth will join him later. ‘ Chicken Dinner Soon Brown Temple No. 16, S. M. T., will give a fried chicken dinner Wednes day. Aug. 31. Watch these columns I for .announcement of the place. Bouncing Baby Girl Mr. and Mrs. Otis Barnes who re side in West Hadley street are the proud parents of a bouening baby girl born this week. Mother and daughter doing fine. The father is wearing a smile that won’t come off. Off to California Miss Irene Mulcherson. for several months in charge of the culinary .de partment at the Kool Kitchen Kafe and Konl'ectionery. corner sth street and Jefferson, left Wednesday eve ning for California where .'a; will re main for :tn indefinite time. She made many friends while here and they re gret exceedingly to -see her go. Quarterly Meeting Sunday Presiding Elder I. L. Waison will hold his fourth and last qu; rterly meeting Sunday at the A. M. E. church. The presiding elder will preach at both the morning and eve ning services and all are invited to I come and hear him. i Y. P. S. C. E. Meeting The Young People’s Society of Christian Endeavqr will meet Sunday ■evening 7 o’clock al the A. M. E. church. Subject for discussion: “True Temperance in Heart and Life.” I Thes. 5 4-11. All invited to , attend these meetings, especially I young people. A. R. Smith, president, Constance IP 1. secretary. Visitors 't Los Angeles Mrs. Georgia Lewis, Mrs. E. A. I Henderson and Miss Irene Banks of | Los Angeles spent the week in Phoe nix visiling relatives and friends. , They arrived last week for the pur pose of attending the funeral of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Ruben Reed who passed away several days ago at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Vann. iMrs. Reed Passes Away Last week. Mrs. Ruben Reed, a j»i oneer resident of Arizona, and who for the past ten years has been a res- I ident of Ray, Arizona, died in this city at tlie home of her daughter, Mrs. C. 11. Vann. Mrs. Reed was born 54 i years ago in California and came to Arizona when a girl. Site was married to Mr. Ruben Reed in Risbee, Arizona, and lived happily with him for 40 i years. Six children were born to this union anti all arrived in the city to attend the funeral. Mrs. Reed was a 1 conscientious Christian woman, loved :and respected by all. She joined the t Baptist church when guile young, but later became a member of the African , Methodist church and remained a member of this church until she died. The funeral was held Saturday after noon at 2o'clock from the Mcrryman undertaking parlors ami the Rev. T. J. Sanford of llie local A. M. E. church < officiated. A largo concourse of friends followed the remains lo their last resting place and interment was j made in Greenwood cemetery. Site leaves to mourn iter loss, six daugh ters, a husband, several grandchildren and a host of friends. U. N. I. A. Activities The U. N. I. A. met Tuesday eve ning, Aug. 9 at Antioch Baptist church and held an interesting meeting. As | ter transacting the business of the! i organization it was suggested that I they have a grand unveiling of tRe j < charter at an early date. This sug- ! • gestion was well received and it is! ’ planned to make this a grand affair. \ < Announcement of the date will be>< made later. Watch, wait and get I ready lo attend the unveiling of the I charter. The meetings are held every < Tuesday evning at 8 o’clock in the Antioch Baptist church at 11 street 1 and Washington. All invited to at tend. To Prescott on Business ' Ira O'Neal, Phoenix Favorite, is in 1 Prescott this week and will appear in j * the arena Friday night at that place. > ; He says that he will bring home the 1 bacon. j Concert Monday Night Ladies of the Arizona Federation 1 \ will give a concert Monday night, Au gust 15 at the high school auditorium ' j and all Phoenix should turn out and 1 help in a worthy cause. The money raised will be used to assist some i worthy girl or boy of the race to 1 complete his education. Let’s go to 1 the high school auditorium Monday night. 1 Return From Coast Ennis Bell of 446 East Madison street! returned Friday morning from the coast where lie spent two weeks vis iting and sightseeing. He reports an excellent trip and states that he was greatly benefitted by the wonderful climate of California. Educational Week At the Fifth annual meeting of the! ! Arizona Federation of Colored Wo-j men’s clubs, which convened in this! ! city in May, it was agreed that the second week in August of each year be known as Educational Week. Each club that is a member of the Federa tion will be required to raise money for this fund. This money is to help 1 some worthy boy or girl of the race continue their education into higher branches. Mrs. Jessie James, presi dent, Mrs. L. Ada Walker, secretary, 1122 East Jefferson street. Visiting in Missouri Mrs. Chas. Ward left Sunday for Kansas City, Mo., where she will spend several months visiting rela tives and friends. Mr. Ward received i word from her this week that she ar rived safely and is now enjoying her self. Purchase T. jal Estate Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown of 822 East Jefferson street have purchased ,a . dandy lot near East Lake Park. They plan to build real Soon. Buys Interest in Kafe Mrs. Edward Jones has purchased Mr. W. L. lludapqth’s interest in the Kool Kitihen Kafe at sth street’and Jefferson. The Kafe is now owned by Rev. Major Jones and Mrs. Edward Jones. The same high class service will he maintained and your trade is! solicited. Mr. Hudspeth left this week for the coast. Quarterly Conference Monday The fourth quarterly conference of! the A. M. E. church will be held Mon day night at the church. All meirt-j bers welcome. Accidently Shot John Farrell suffered a painful ac cident this week when an automatic shotgun was accidently discharged, the shot taking effect in his left shoulder. Mr. Farrell aud Otis Barn es were returning from a hunting trip and were seated in the Ford truck owned by Air. Bames. Farrell had the shotgun standing between his legs and he was busy picking birds. Sud denly the gun was discharged with the result as above stated. Farrell j .say that its lucky that his head was; ; not shot off. Only one shot struck Otis I and he considers himself the luckiest! man in the world. Farrell had the wound dressed by a physician and he is now doing fine. Rev. Johnson Will Wed Like a bolj from a clear sky comes the news from El Paso, Texas, that I tlie Rev. Z. Z. Johnson, presiding el-i j der of the C. M. E. churches in the i Albuquerque district of the California conference, w ill bo married on thel ! evening of August 25, to Miss Max-; ; well, a popular young society matron lof that city. Rev. Johnson is well , 1 known in Phoenix, having pastored the local C. M. E. church for six years and for tlie past seven years lias been ion tlii:- district as presiding eider. Rev. Johnson has made his home in Las Cruces where a little over a year j ago he lost his first wife. His many j j friends rejoice with Him in his good j fortune and trust lie will have a hap-j j py married life. - Mrs. Brown Convalescent Friends of Mrs. J. T. Brown of 911 South 6th avenue will be pleased to: learn that she has quite recovered from her recent illness. Mrs. Vaughn Still Confined Airs. Myrtle Vaiiglm of 802 East Jefferson street, who several months ago became seriously ill and was re moved to the home of her mother in -East Madison street, is still confined lo her borne, but iter condition is much improved. Antioch Baptist Church Sunday was a gala day at "Antioch ; Baptist church. In tho morning the ! pastor, Dr. Gilmore delivered a great j sermon and al! were made to rejoice.il In the afternoon at 2 o’clock, all re- j paired to the river w here the pastor! I immersed several candidate who were j converted during the recent revival at 1 THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING Second Baptist Church Excellent services were held Sun day at the Second Baptist church and j the attendance was unusually large, j The pastor, Dr. Green delivered two j able and inspiring sermons and the collections were good as usual, this church. In the evening the pas tor again filled the pulpit and deliv ered a wonderful sermon on Baptism. The attendance was large and the collections good. Tanner’s Chapel Splendid services were conducted Sunday at tlie A. Al. E. church. In the morning the services were turned ov er to the congregation for testimon ials and an old fashioned general class meeting was held. Tho Holy I Ghost descended and all mere made happy. In the evening thepastor, Dr. Sanford delivered an able sernjpn to his congregation and his remarks were well received. Air. W. J. Jones, manager of the Palace Tailoring Co. was introduced and made a short but interesting talk in behalf of the busi ness league tiiat was organized re cently in this cily. Mr. Jones is a fluent speaker and .drove home his argument with force. Among other things he said that tho time has come : when we must lay aside our petty | grievances and support worthy en terprises of tlie race wholeheartedly \ if wo hope to make a showing along commercial lines. He urged co-oper ation and stressed the necessity for race solidarity and unity. o j* * * FLAGSTAFF * *!• ❖ a. .j. By Mrs. Estelle Wallace The local branch, N.A.A.C.P., and ! the Willing Workers’ club held a joint celebration on Aug. 4 among the pines. The celebration was in commemora tion of the Emancipation Proclama tion and the funds raised were sent to the riot victims in Tulsa, i The Rev. J. B. Bell, pastor of tlie First Baptist church in this city, re-! turned Thursday from Phoenix where lie had been visiling is family. The! church lias made great preparations j to entertain the large delegation of ministers and delegates who will at tend the Paradise Baptist convention j which convenes in this city Tuesday. Airs. J. H. Carter of Guthrie, Okla., j ANNOUNCEMENT In ANNOUNCING the Opening 1 of OUR NEW DRUG STORE at ' the CORNER of EAST VAN BUREN and 16th STREET— Known as THE EAST END PHARMACY-WE OFFER YOU THE VERY BEST SERVICE and the HIGHEST QUALITY of DRUGS and MERCHAN DISE at PRICES CONSISTENT WITH SOUND BUSINESS METHODS. THIS SITORE is in CHARGE of TWO REGISTERED-GRADU ATE-PHARMACISTS who have had MANY YEARS of PRACTI CAL EXPERIENCE and who will PERSONALLY DEVOTE THEIR TIME and EFFORTS to FURTHER YOUR VERY BEST INTERESTS.—Give us a trial the next time YOU are in NEED of ANYTHING in our LINE. YOURS for HONEST SERVICE and COURTESY. East Side Pharmacy Cor. E. Van Buren & 16th Si. IF the MOSQUITOS bother you call and get a bottle of our REAL MOSQUITO DOPE. SrVERY FIXTURE THAT) WE SELL IS SURE please L VERY Jov'effsXittUPlumhr What sort of plumbing fix- ! lures are you in need of? Do j you want some pottery in- ! stalled that will preserve its pure, white color during the years to come? That’s the j hind we’ll place in your home. Why not call us up and give ! us an idea what you need? S. C. LOVETT 611 East Washington Street PHONE 1931 is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Bil- * lingslea of this cTty. Mrs. L. Polk of Jerome is visiting | her son and daughter-in-law, Air. and Airs. Fred Polk. Airs. C. J. Fuller is confined to her bed with illness. Mrs. P. Taylor of Riadon, Arizona, and Mrs. O. Taylor, his son and daugh ter, spent the 4th of August in Flag staff. o— Quality as well as quantity will en ter in to the earning capacity of your farm this year. Welnick’s Market 129-131 N. Ist Ave. Positively the only market in the city receiving fresh fish, daily. Grain fed poultry dressed, ready for the pan. Oysters and Game in Season Phone 4109 We Deliver i An Electric Washer For-The Average Family THE VICTORIA Easy to own and operate. Six sheet Capacity.—Made entirely of Metal. Light - Compact - Efficient. Easy Terms to Responsible People. Price $72.50. $12.50 down and SIO.OO month In the Cool White Basement At •IDORRIS'HEVMANjAk 9 Furniture Co. 8§ ' Established I 88& • *£££ 1 * ■ Saving the First Hundred ■| ' One of our depositors told us recently that the greatest moment of his life was on the day he completed saving his first hundred dollars. And the thing which surprised him most, was the short time required him to do it. A weekly deposit of only five dollars amounts to one hundred dollars inside of only twenty weeks—five months. Money saved regularly grows surprisingly and this bank helps thrifty people to save by paying four per cent in terest subject to usual regulation. A dollar or more onens an interest bearing account. i * The Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust Company AFFILIATED WITH I’HOENIX NATL BANK ■ SAVINGS TRUSTS INSURANCE LEARN HAIR DRESSING and SKIN CULTURE' “THE KASHMIR WAY” One of the best paying professions open to women today, is scientific Beauty Culture. Be come the master of a trade. Be independent. The KASHMIR INSTITUTE teaches by cor respondence, in its comprehensive courses, the latest and most complete methods in Care of the Skin, Care of the Hair, Health, Manicuring, Mas sage, Foot and Hand Culture, Figure and Bust Development, etc. Prices reasonable. Easy . terms. KASHMIR INSTITUTE Dept. 67 .jgp’ 3423 Indiana Avenue, Chicago, 111. AGENTS WANTED to sell the famous NILE QUEEN Preparations (formerly known as KASH MIR). Quick money; Big profit; Write for terms. KASHMIR CHEMICAL COMPANY Dept. 67 3423 Indiana Avenue Chicago, 111. “THE BUTTER THAT* BETTER” piucoi^ EVAPORATED MILK “FRESH CftEAM'S” ONLY RIVAL CLEANING PRESSING Suits Tailered-to-Measure PALACE TAILORING CO. , W. J. JONES, Mgr. Delivery Service Phone 1242 419 East Washington St. PHOENIX ARIZONA i PAGE THREE Tribune CLASSIFIED' ADVERTISING Rare: 1% cents per word per issue. No ads accepted for less than 25c Read for profit. Use for results. ... KEYS Fitted and Duplicated LETIS R. TEMLIN 146 E. Adams St. Phone 653 WATCH PHOENIX GROW FOR SALE lB-room apartment, coming business property; $12,500; $2,500 cash. Will rent for S9O per month. Three small houses, lot 100x100 Ft., $250 cash, S2O per month. Fine lot, pdlms, fruit, date palms; $750; $l5O cash and sls per month. Also business chances at Acre City for Blacksmith shop, Furniture store, Hay Grain and Feed; will assist th» right man to secure his stock. M. H. SHELTON. 216 West Washington St. UNDERTAKERS HE GEO. F. MERRYMAN COMPANY) Undertakers and Embalmers 124 North Second Ave. 1 • vj* Telephone 651 Phoenix —O— Arizona PAINTS & WALL PAPER The Chicago Paint Store L. J. Lawlor, Prop. Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, etc. 327 W. Washington St. Phone 4694 Pleating, Hemstitching, Buttons, Picot ing, —WRIGHT SHOP, It! N 2nd Ave. ELECTRICIAN, • LOCKSMITHING AND GENERAL REPAIRING ALL KNDS of electrical repairing, house wiring, etc., at reasonable prices. Phone 3159. C. F. Gardner, 936 East Washington St. PIANO TUNING PIANO TUNING and repairing, also all small musical Instruments, 20 years’ experience. All work guaran i teed. John Brown, the piano tun er and repair man. 805 South 6th avenue. Phone 4648. j WANTED—To get in touch with ca pable men and women in every city and town whore colored people rev side, for the purpose of establishing branch societies of the Grand Or der of Ethopia. Write for particul ars. H. Leo Johnson, President, 126 North Cortez St., Prescott, Ariz. FOIt RENT—Dandy little ient hound near East I>ake Park. Just the thing for man and wife or healttv seekers. House completely furnish ed, electric light, water paid. sl2 a month. Inquire 1302 East Jeffer son street. FOR RENT —Five room house in east end; all modern conveniences. Ap ply 1302 East Jefferson street. HAIRDRESSING PARLORS Phone the Busy Bee Hairdressing Parlor for appointment. We use the Madame C. J. Walker System exclus ively. Mrs. M. B .Brown, 38 North 11th street. Phone 2657. BAGGAGE and EXPRESS Miss your train? It will never hap pen again if you call us to haul your trunk and baggage. Phone 6950 next time you need an expressman aftd learn what Real Transfer Service means. We put the “S” in SERVICE. Geo. M. Finley, the transfer man. Stand, 17 South 4th street. Phone 5950. HEAR YE! HEAR YE! All Preachers and Delegates who plan to attend the Annual meeting of the Paradise Baptist Convention which convens Aug. 16, with the First Baptist church at Flagstaff, Ariz., are request ed lo write the pastor at Flag staff, who will provide accomo dation for them. It is important that we know how many will attend and you should write the pastor at once. letter, Rev. J. B. Bell, care Box 86, Flagstaff, Arizona. O Now York will have thirty days of Garvey. Well, what of it? Dußols will be in Europe thirty days. Some day we will wake up to ilie fact that while we had to have ’em, we really didn't Heed ’em.