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Saturday, November 5, 1921
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i Personal, Local and Society News |
I By R. L. 8., Society Editor |
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Mystic Tea A Success
Ladies of the Charity Club are
elated over the success of the Mystic
Tea given Tuesday evening at the
Community House. A large crowd
attended and it was both a social and
a financial success. These ladies have
a goal and arc headed straight for it.
Your help will be appreciated. Mrs.
J. A. Green of 947 Wes Grant street
is president and Mrs- Ruby Jones of
419 East Washington street is secre
tary. Send contribution to either of
them and full credit will be given.
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Special Sermon To Women
The Rev. F. Ollie Brown of El Paso,
Texas, who is conducting a revival
at Antioch Baptist church, 11th street
and East Washington, delivered a
special lecture last Wednesday after
noon to the women of Phoenix. The
house was filled and all went away
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Special Sermon To Men
Sunday afternoon 3 o’clock, the
Rev. F. O. Brown will deliver a spec
ial lecture to men at Antioch Baptist
church. Every man in Phoenix is in
vited and should avail himself of the
opportunity to hear this noted evange
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Removed From Hospital
Little James Allen Green, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Green of 947
West Grant s*reet, who has been at
St. Joseph’s hospital recovering from
an operation performed a few weeks
ago, was removed to his home this
week and is doing fine. He will be
pleased to have his friends visit him
now in his home.
** * *
Mrs. Walker Convalescing
Friends of Mrs. L- A. Walker of
1122 East Jefferson street, will be
pleased to learn that she has quite re
covering from the recent operation
which she underwent several weeks
ago. Her physician has pronounced
her out of danger and her complete
recovery is now expected.
** * *
Mrs. Williams Improved
Friends of Mrs. Robert Williams of
1222 East Madison streejt, will be
pleased to learn tat she has quite re
covered from her recent indisposi
tion. She is now able to walk and
perform ligh duties about her home.
She has been suffering several weeks
from the effect of a spider bite, which
necessitated several operations being
** * *
Continues 111
Mrs. Lewis Brady of 205 N. 9th
street, who has been confined to her
home the past year on account of
illness is still unable to leave the
house- A change for the better is re
ported in her case and it is hoped that
she will improve steadily.
** * •
Mrs. Vaughn Improved
Friends of Mrs. Myrtle Vaughn of
802 East Jefferson street, will be
pleased to learn that she is improv
ing. Mrs. Vaughn has been confined
for several months and it is hoped
that her recovery will be rapid and
*• * *
I wish to extend my sincere thanks ■
and appreciation to my dear friends <
for the kindness and sympathy shown
in the loss of my beloved husband.
E. L. T. Dreylington of 324 S. 9th
avenue, who departed this life Oct.
21, 1921- Also the Rev. M. Thompson
for his consoling words and friends
for the beautiful floral designs.
Mrs. Irene Dreylington, wife. 1
** * *
Dunbar Club Notes
Ladies of the Dunbar Art and Lit- .
erary club met Thursday afternoon :
at the Community House with Mrs.
Ruby Jones as hostess and held a
splendid meeting. Many were present
and topics of interest were discussed.
Next Thursday jafternoon the ,club i
■will meet at the Community House
with Mrs. ft Kendricks as hostess, i
All members are urged to attend as ’
business of importance is to be trans- <
acted- <
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C. M- E. Church News l
Last Sunday was a great day at the ;
C. M- E. church and the new pastor, ‘
Rev. M. Thompson was at his best, i
He delivered two wonderful sermons I
to large audiences and his remarks :
were well received- One new m'em- ]
her was received and the collections ’
were good as usual. Next Sunday, :
November 6. the pastor will speak in
the morning from the subject: "Jesus '
Passing through Samaria.” In the
evening he will speak from the sub- 1
ject: “God, Looking For A Man.” '
All invited to attend services at this
church. The Sunday school at this j I
church is progressing nicely with W. i
J. Jones as superintendent. The les- t
sons are interestingly discussed and 1 c
intelligently applied. If you enjoy a
good Sunday school, attend the C. M-
E. School opens at 9:45 a. in.
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Expresses Her Thanks
Mrs. C. Jordan of 1110 S. 4th avenue,
wishes to thank her friends, parti
cularly the members of the Home
Mission Society of the Second Baptist
church for their liberal donations to
her during her illness and for other
acts of kindness.
** * *
Mrs. Lewis Indisposed
Friends of Mrs. Emmett Lewis of
616 So. 3rd avenue, will regret to
learn that she is confined to her home
on account of illness. She has been
very ill, but 's now beginning to im
** * *
Pleasantly Surprised
Wednesday evening, November 2,
friends of Mr. aud Mrs. R. F. Rodg
ers of 547 East Jefferson street,
swooped down upon them unexpected
ly and brought a bountiful supply of
groceries and other necessities. Mr.
and Mrs. Rodgers were taken com
pletely by surprise, but it proved to
be indeed a pleasant one- They were
overcome with joy and were lost for
words to express their thanks and
appreciation for this act of kindness.
Mr. Rodgers has been unable to work
for about a year on account of his
weakened condition caused by illness.
Mesdatnes Fish, James and Farlice
planned the surprise party and wish
to thank all who helped make it a
** * •
Parent Teacher Meeting
The East Lake Parent Teacher. As
sociation will meet Wednesday, No
vember 9, 3 p. m„ at the East Lake
school. The subject for discussion is
"Economics,” and Mrs. Ruby Jones
will open the discussion. All patrons
and friends of this school are urged
to attend. Mrs- I. McPinion, presi
dent; Mrs. Laura Wells, teacher.
** * *
Antioch Baptist Church
A great revival is in progress at
Antioch Baptist church and on last
Sunday the noted evangelist Rev. F.
O. Brown held sway. He delivered
able and inspiring sermons and the
congregations were large. He is be
ing assisted by the pastor, Dr. C. A.
Gilmore, and success is th'' ! rs. You
should attend these meetings. Pub
lic invited.
** * *
S. I. N. Club Notes
Members of the S. I. N- Club met
Monday wit,h Mrs. Clhas. * Yard in
•South Fifth street and held a very
good meeting. Due to circumstances
over which the members have no con
trol, they will not be able to hold
their meetings at the Community
House as planned, but will continue
to meet with various members. They
wish, however, to thank Mrs. James
for her kindness in offering them the
Community House for meeting pur
poses. The meeting Monday will be
with Mrs. Win- Shannon at the Cozy
Corner, 143 S 2:.d St.
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Will Form Glcj Club
Several ;• ung men of Phoenix have
decided lhat Phoenix lias material for
a Glee Club and will attempt to form
oue at a meeting Wednesday evening,
November 9, at the Community House,
10th street and East Washington. The
boys plan to give their services free
to the various churches on special
occasions and will be pleased to en
list the support of church going peo
i pie. The public is invited to come
out Wednesday night and encourage
them in their effort. Speeches will
be made by Prof. P. LaiHry, Rev. T.
J- Sanford and others. The boys
mean well, let’s help them.
** * *
Held Interesting Meeting
The Epworth League held a very
interesting meeting Sunday evening j
6:30 o’clock at the C. M. E. church
when the subject: “What Were The
Keys That Christ Gave To Peter?” !
was discussed. After the subject was j
opened by A. R. Smith all took part 1
anti much interest was manifetsed. I
Next Sunday, November 6, a consecra-,
tion meeting will be held beginning
at 6:30 p. m., when the subject:
“Tby Will Be Done With My Money,”
will be discussed- The lesson will be
found in Matt. 6:7-15. Both old and
young people invited to come and take
part in these meetings. Matthew
White, president; Mrs. J. Tannehill, j
** » •
Visitors From Mesa
Dr. James Livingston and Mr. Jake i
Harrington of Mesa, were business ;
visitors in Phoenix Wednesday.
* » ,* *
Return To Mississippi
Mrs. C- Garner of 607 East Jeffer- j
son street, left last Saturday for her \
old home in Shaw, Mississippi.
Progressive Club Notes jfs
Ladies of the Progressive Clhb metjp
last week with Mrs. Major Jones, 910jtl
E. Jefferson street and disposed of ti
much business. The club members n
presented the ex-president with a;a
beautifully framed motto, entitled:
! "Real Friends Like You.” During the
’ month of October this club remem
• bered the following persons in the ©
I way of fruits and flowers < Mrs.ja
] Emmett Lewis. Mrs. L. A. Walker,jP
Mr- Prentice Freeman and Mr. Clar-:J
enoe Lindsey, Jr. After disposing of ;Ii
! all business before the club, the host-w
ess served delicious refreshments, ji
! The meeting this Week will be witlvji
| Mrs. I. McPinion, 1621 E. Jefferson,ts<
,; and on next Fiday will be with Mrs. ;^
- Jessie McLloud. -4
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l On The Sick List ]
> Mr. McCloud and Mr. C. Lindsey •
' are still on the sick list. It is hoped <
that they will soon recover. ]
*** * H
Second Baptist Church <
f Splendid services were conducted J
) Sunday at the Second Baptist church ]
i and the attendance was large as us- ;<
> ual. The pastor, Rev. E. D. Greene,.
-. was at his best and delivered two',
able sermons. The missionary ladiesH
;also rendered a good program. The .
i collections ware up to the usual.
. j standard. ]
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• | Church Os God In Christ .
*! Excellent services were held Sun- ]
f! day at the Church of God In Christ,]
•And the pastor, Elder Britton, preach-.
-! ed two good sermons. The church ]
5 1 was filled to overflowing at both serv-!]
s j ices and all enjoyed the hervices. -
>' j This congregation announces that the .
1 i Rev. Driver of Los Angeles will be ]
• ■ with them the third Sunday in this ]
• I month. The Rev. Dr. Driver is a|-
3 | noted pulpit orator and all Phoenix ]
• will delight to hear him. He will be]]
5 here November 20 at this church. Re-]'
i member the date anti come and hearj.
Mhim. j]
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1 Receives Sad News
Mrs. Clarence Lindsey, Jr., of 1317 ]
• j East Jefferson street, received the ]
■ j sad news of the death of her grand- -
; i mother, Mrs. Georgia Lenora ’in .
31 Sardis, Miss. • She was 78 years old]
3 , at the time of her death and had •
3 been a resident of Sardis for many .
1 ' yerrs- j]
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A. M. E. News
Regular services were held Sunday ]
lat the A. M. E. church and the at-']
; tendance was fair. The pastor de- •
: livered the sermon at both services.
the senior choir rendered good.]
1 ! selections. The collection for the day ]
1 ! totaled $25.00. [-
- j * * * *
'Visiting Relatives Here ]
1 Mrs- Florence Hunt of Kansas City, •
• j Mo., is spending the winter in Phoenix .
i with her cousin, Mr. Chas. Ward and ]
wife in Souh sth street.
*** * ]
Returns From Yuma ]
Mr. Richard D. Simpson of 319 West ]
Lincoln street, returned last week'-
from Yuma, Arizona, where he spent ]
several weeks on business. ]
*** * .
Returns From South ♦
Mr. John Brown, the piano tuner J
and repair man of 805 S. sth avenue,
returned last week from a business
trip to southern Arizona. He visited
in Somerton, Yuma and other south
ern towns and reports good business.
t>lr. Brown has been tuning and re
pairing pianos and other musical in- 1
struments for the past twenty-three £
years and knows this business thor- S
oughly. He does practically all the a
tuning and repairing on musical in-;d
struments sold by the Redewill Music 1
Co., of this city. e
*** * _
Ready For A Bride
Mr. Julius Tubes, a widower (un
incumbered) has completed a palatial
home on his lots, 1117 S. sth avenue,
! and Is now ready for some deservin' - s
lady to come and say: “I’ll be yours.’’ ®
The Tubes’ home is without question]
the most pretentious among our group 6
in the west end and is a credit to the:
city. He says that it is impossible for
him to take care of such a large r
house and attend to his business, so g
would like to hear from a lgdy be- 5
tween the ages of 18 and 30 who a
; would enjoy living in Arizona. Mr. t
Tubes is a young man and has made] n
great strides along the road to sue- -
cess since coraitg to Phoenix only a!
1 few years ago We are proud of Mr.
Tubes and believe The Tribune will *-
deliver his appeal to the right party.
Get busy girls. d
U. S. Judge Reprimand Lawyer For I
Use of "Nigger” in Argument to Jury®
“The government of the United d
States measures every man by the d
same rule, regaidless of race or color,":~
said acting Judge Jeremiah Neterer
I of Seattle, Washington, who presided g(
last week in the U- S. District Court,
! when Attorney Spencer Pugh based
his argument on the uufitedness of
j the evidence of Ed. Carter because of a
! his color. U. S. ■Attorney Flynn also Q
| raised objections to Mr-’ Pugh’s course
I of argument.
We highly commend both the judge;
| and attorney for their stand lor jus :
I tice and propriety in tiieir court; Ji
1 when there is a more general under-a.
j standing in the courts that every man p.
is on equal footing so far as the ap
plication of the law is concertfed*,
then so many attorneys will not inject
the slang “nigger” into their argu
ments in order to win their cases by
attempting to prejudice the jury.
** * *
Attorney Fortune Busy
Last week was a busy one in the
courts for Attorney Robt. L. Fortune,
among the most important cases dis
posed of was that of Mrs. Ingelow
Johnson, of Tempe, who was assaulted
last August in her own yard by a
white woman who instructed the
judge to fine them SIO.OO each. The
judge promptly obeyed. Mrs- John
son refused to pay her fine ants ap
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| That's the Reason for the i
13 Days Wonder Sale 1
;4 —— - . ;;;;
—the distribution of SIOO,OOO worth of New Fall and Winter Dry Goods, i
$ Shoes, Men’s, Women’s and Children’s apparel from . America’s foremost E
manufacturers, at Prices away below today’s wholesale Cost. E
1 Starts Saturday, NoO. S
This is not a Sale of job lots or ends and ends, but a Sale of what men and ::::
women want, just when they want it. ::::
;4 Caught with too many goods, on account of a long summer and our heavy
::t Winter purchases, we now have to unload—at any price. ::::
:| —To those who have been waiting for the opportunity to supply their E
:± Winter needs at lowest level of prices, we say “Here and now are the su- E
:t preme V alues you have been waiting f or.” E
l —ls you ever attended a Popular Sale before—especially our Big Sale E
about this time last year, you will know what to expect.
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Popular Dry Goods Co. I
S 136 East Washington Street , Phoenix, Arizona E
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A. M. E. Church
Corner Second street and Jefferson.
T. J. Sanford, pastor. Residence, 113
Soulh Second street. Phone 5018.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Christian En
deavor at 6:15 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday night. General class
every Sunday at 12:15 p. m.
Second Baptist Church
Corner Fifth street and Jefferosn.
E. D. Green, pastor. Residence 806 S
Montezuma. Phone 8459. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11
a. m. and Bp. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
C. M. E. Church
Corner Seventh street and Jefferson.
M. Thompson, pastor. Residence, 112
South Seventh street. Phone 4869.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth
League at 6:30 p. m. Teachers'
meeting every Wednesday evening.
Antioch Baptist Church
(11th St. and Washington)
C. A. Gilmore, pastor. Residence, 429
East Washington. Phone 2643. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Preaching at
11 a, m. and 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at j
6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting ,Wednes- 1
day evening. Bible study every Sun-1
day at 3 p. m.
Church of God in Christ
Corner Fourteenth street and Madi
son. Elder L. L. Britton, pastor.;
Residence, 1443 East Jefferson. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Services also
are held on Tuesday and: Friday
nights. of each week, beginning at
7:30 o’clock.
Grace Baptist Church
822 South Montezuma avenue. J. H.
Jones, minister. Sunday school at 10
». m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
? m. Everybody come —praying.
pealed to the superior court of Phoe
nix. A motion was filed by her at
torney to dismiss the case for want
of prosecution, which was granted by
Judge Stanford of the superior court,
freeing Mrs. Johnson of the charge
of disturbing her assailant’s peace, and
the cost of the court going against
the incorporated city of Tempe. Mrs.
Johnson should be highly commended
for her attitude toward the judge of
Tempe and his ruling. From prin
ciple, she would not submit to prose
cution and conviction, though the fine
was the sum of SIO.OO which
she was fully able to pay.
In the U. S- court he defended
Jesus Valenzuela arraigned for trans
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Plouoli Chemical Co.
Wr* TE/MAI. U.S.A.
porting intoxicating liquors. Valen
zuela was acquitted.
Mrs. Catalina Navarro, accused of
having 100 gallons of mash in her
possession, was committed in August
on $750.00 bond. Attorney Fortune
succeeded in reducing her bond to
$300.00. On October 28th, day of trial,
government stated unreadiness, her
attorney contended that she should
be released on her own bond which
was granted.
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Big Dance Nov- 11
William F. Blake Post of the Amer
ican Legion will give a dance Fri
day night, November 11th, at Capital
City Amusement Club, 16th and Jeffer-
son street. Public invited. Ralph
Green and Frank White, managers.
Allendale, S C., Nov. 4. —Ed. Kirk
land, a Colored man, under arrest in
connection with the killing of Eugene
P. Walker, a farmer of Appleton, S.
C., was taken from Sheriff Bennett
at Fairfax lato last Monday, taken to
Appleton and burned at the stake.
All of which reminds us that God
is just and the world moves on not
o ■ ■
We are not worrying about social
equality. We are busy trying to get

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