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Saturday, April 15, 1922
Tribune CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Kate: 1% cents per word per Issue. No ads accepted for less than 25c Read for profit. Use for results. KEYS Fitted and Duplicated L<ETIS R. TEMPLIN 146 E. Adams St. Phone 505 S FOR SALE WATCH PHOENIX GROW 5- modern house; lot 50x235' feet; $1750; $250 cash; S2O a month. 6- brick, furnished, $2850; SSOO cash, $25 a month. 7- brick, business district, $5000; SIOOO cash. 12-Room apartment furnished,, $5500; S6OO cash, SSO a month. M. ■ H.SKELTON 215 W. Wash. 522 E. Wash. , UNDERTAKERS THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO. Undertakers and Enibalmers 124 North Second Ave, Telephone 5051 Phoenix —O — Arizona PIANO TUNING PIANO TUNING and repairing, also all small musical instruments, 2o years’ experience. All work guaran teed. John Brown, the piano tun er and repair man. SOS South sth avenue. Phone 4648. PORO SYSTEM HAIRDRESSING Graduate of the Poro College of Hair and E' auty Culture and spec ialize in thF POro System of hair and scalp treatment, shampooing, mani curing and facial massaging. I also teach the Poro System. Phone 4836 for appointments. MRS. R. C- HOWARD. 38 N. 11th St. MONEY TO LOAN We Loan The Most j/fam North ■ First ™ Avenue We loan money on Diamonds, Watches, Guns, Bags and Clothing. PHOENIX LOAN & JEWELRY CO. . . | Booker T- Washington Memorial' Hospital, 1342 East Jefferson street,! Phoenix, Arizona. Phone 6723. Rates:! $12.50 per week and up. TRANSFER AND DELIVERY . Hauling is a service and we are! ready to serve your every need. Jusi tell us your wants. We aid in the! proper packing and preparation of goods to be shipped or moved. Geo.! M- Finley, the Transfer man. Phone 5950. Stand, 17 South 4th Street. Painter and Decorator Painting, paperhanging, kalsomining anti decorating. Estimates given- Years’ of experience; all work guaranteed. Apply or write. 14 So. 10th Street, Phoenix, Arizona. CHICAGO PAINT STORE L- J. Lawlor. Prop. Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, Etc Phene 3496 336 E. Washington St.l Phoenix, Arizona FOR RENT—Three room apartment/ furnished or unfurnished. All. mod-, ern conveniences; close in, right on car line. Apply 14 N 11th St. FOR RENT —Two rooms and screen porch; gas. electric lights and other modern conveniences. Cottage Court 930 East Washington St. KOOL KITCHEN KAFE Again open under the old management; with everythin:? you want to eat- If you don't see what you want, ask for! it Ice cream and cold drinks at ail! times. Courteous treatment —Right! Prices. H. H. ltice, manager. 446 East Jefferson St. Phone 2068. AGENTS WANTED WANTED —Colored agent in Phoenix and vieinity to wrtie life insuran-j c-e, ages two to fifty. Also monthly premium, health anu accident insur ! ance. Up to date policies. John R O’Donnell, Manager. Cloverlealj Life & Casualty Co., P. O. Box 567,j Tucson, Arizona- When a politician is a little timid about, taking a position on a para mount question, he says in an unusu ally loud voice that opposition is clouding the issue. A hotel keeper has been found in ! Missouri who is so mean that when a baby was born in one of his rooms ho immediately wrote its name on the register and began charging it for: room and board.—Boston Transcript.l Fined SIOOO J. L. Carter, a train porter of El ! Paso, Texas, who was arrested sev- j eral days ago By federal agents on a j ‘charge of transporting intoxicating, liquor, entered a plea of guilty on two -counts for alleged violation of the ; national prohibition amendment, and j was fined SSOO on each count, total j ing SIOOO. PHOTO-ENfiRAVERS UNDER ONE HEAD S. Harry Robertson, owner of the ! |Phoenix Engraving company, has i ./purchased the Arizona Photo Engrav- 1 s i0:;.p..-ny from Duimage & Dun-j ‘bar. Th name of the company will be ; changed to the Phoenix, Arizona Pho -1 o Engra- ,ng company, 35 East Wash ington street, the location being the 1 same as that which the Phoenix En graving company has occupied for the j ’ past 12 years. By merging the two ; ■plants and through the addition of' ’ more equipment, Mr. Robertson says I \rizona is given one of the most com-j i-ilete and modern photo engraving; ' plants in the southwest. | About 15 years ago Mr. Robertson j installed the first plant in Arizona jt'or making newspaper and magazine i j i W ■; #1 i r || if \4 vW mmlk ? W^ ■- > S. HARRY ROBERTSON . | cuts. Since that time the business 'jhas been steadily expauding and now ; ['ranks, Mr- Robertson says, with thb j Lest. When he started. Mr. Robert- ! |son emjiloyed Virgil J. Bohn, who has jbeen with the concern steadily every j .(since it .started and now has been placed in charge of the etching de-, ■lpartment. C. J. Johnson, who has j ! been following the photo engraving ■ business for 31 yetirs, was brought j ' from San Francisco and is nov/ in | 'charge of the photographing depart-| mem. The art department is com- ; ‘ posed of such well known artists as ! Dave Swing and A. Treman Helm, , Temple Emery, formerly manager of j lhe Arizona Photo Engraving com- j pany, will be associated with the new j concern in a similar capacity. The ; direction of the new organization will j be under the personal supervision of: ;Mr. Robertson, who is widely known j ; throughout Arizona and California. ! lie is an active member of the Rotary dub and niost of all the other organ izations in the city. OUR PHONE IS 4979 t * * U~l\ “Cuts That Print” The Arizona Photo Engraving Co. has been purchased by S. Harry Robertson and merged with the Phoenix Engraving Co. The telephone number is now 4 9 7 9 and the name— PHOENIX ARIZONA PHOTO ENGRAVING CO. 35 East Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. Out of Town Dependable Work Solicited Service : | 1 Personal, Local and Society News ======= OF THE STATE CAPITAL =—■■■=.=' . ! By R. L. S., Society Editor ' ' J i I ■ Off to New Jersey Mrs. Ruth Raynor left recently for St. Claire, N- J. She was met at New ark by her husband who accompanied ! her to St. Claire, where the couple will reside. She writes that she is ! doing nicely and likes th eeast fine. She plans to remain for an indefin ! ite time. ... Visitors from Haucnuca Sgt- Monroe Berkley and wife of | I Fort Hucchuca are visitors ip the city \ and are staying at the residence of j Mrs. Lula Johnson, 14 So. 11th street. • | Mrs. Berkley is a sister of Mrs. John-1 son and Mrs. Ed Mays and they with j ! their friends, are making her stay in ' Phoenix a pleasant one. Sgt. Berk- j I ley is a member of the famous 10th I ! Cavalry stationed at Fort Huac-huca j and is here on a furlough. They have been in the city some time and will return to the Fort Thursday, April 20th. They are favorably im pressed f with our city and Sgt. Berkley stated that when he is discharged, he may come Phoenix to reside. .*. .j. The G- L. P. Club Members of Golden Lily Pleas- j j ure Club met Tuesday evening, April ; 11th, at the residence of Capt. and : Mrs.* Win. Glass, 1119 South 6th ave- 1 nue. with Miss Marline Smith and i Mr. Walter McMath as hosts. Many were present and after enjoying games, delicious refreshments were | served- Members of this club will en j joy an Easter egg hunt the 16 when | every member is requested to be ! present. Next regular meeting of the | club will be with Mrs. E. L. Wright aud F. M. White at the residence of Mrs. Wright at 519 South Third ; a ® B * as *®*K**WP«aa»M*uner3rn*B* | rxMffr , ?a , EnE«.v.u, afgm - >!Wiiraca -»- *kHK-in— i n mini • 1 1—A^j-j—araHOgn^KicaiaMßg—***.uu.jyKca:. limn ii’MW^wiiHP ,^*ijifru.;aiia^^.~^.mwi»<^Mn'Sßro.frTM^i»n«^rrgiw»~Mß^ir»<ttffl>fcJWMMaMMaaßgiw«M| wiMMMMW—K» I ' , ' \ . . fAn Easter Message From the Boston Store Men s Section ALL the world is dressing up for Easter-an occasion that offi cially marks the opening of the Spring Season. And right now we have never presented a finer stock, never so complete, at prices so alluring. Men who have shopped everywhere tell us that there are no iff , equals in values anywhere. We've known that right along-so fit have hundreds of others who have bought from us. In time K f ill y° u > 00 ’ can w^a t you can get in real values here. ■ $35.00 FOR MEN’S AND YOUNG MEN’S • ||gf New Spring Suits Pwrl WITH 2 PAIRS 0F trousers I ' I —Representing some of the best Values offered in years— j MJ j|| i and involving a selection that includes all the popular new E_. n | styles—Sport Models, form fitting and semi-form fitting, with W| \ji f patterns and fabrics that are sure to please men of particular I I I T wants. ilf —Sizes to fit all men—Suits guaranteed to satisfy. j fill (Main Floor) / 1 f I Vo\Nes>\MVices Our f^radions ■ SL Koto More vJ ~\*w I —a——————— l ■——— —— i THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING I avenue. All members urged to at tend the meeting Tuesday as election of officers will be held- F. M. White vice president, Mrs. E. L. Wright, sec retary'. Dunbar Club Nctes Ladies of the Dunbar club met Ap- Jril 6th with Mrs. L. K. Wallace, 1709 i East Jefferson and this week with Mrs. O. W. Jones, 1710 East Madison. I The meeting next week will be with Mrs. Wm. Mabry, 1026 East Jefferson- All members urged to attend. I Howards Are Hosts j Sunday, April 9, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. ' Howard of 726 West Grant street en ! tertained with a beautifully appointed j dinner party complimentary to Miss L. Williams of Lawrence, Kansas, i and Mrs- Keagler of Los Angeles, Cal. The house was artistically decorated for the occasion and place card cov ers were laid for honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. G. Williams, M r.and Mrs. Phil Greene, the host and hostees- A sumptuous repast was served after which the guests were entertained ! with music by the Victrola. Special Sermon Sunday The Rev, M. Thompson, pastor of 'the C. M. E. church, announces a spe | cial sermon for Sunday morning, sub ject: “Hope of the Resurrection.” This is Rev. Thompson’s master piece, and all Phoenix is invited to come out Sunday morning and hear this great sermon. B. Y.P.U. Meeting Sunday evening at the Second Bap tist church, an interesting, enthusai- j astie and well attended meeting of the j B. was held. The topic for dis- i cussion was: “Are We Responsible for i Qur Thoughts?" Many good thoughts : ; were brought out by the speakers and the discussion was very interesting. At the close of the meeting a short : talk was made by Editor Smith. He : encouraged the B.Y.P.U. writers and appealed to the young people to at- ; tend these meetings regularly. A. A. | Turner president, C. C. Dotsen, teach er, Miss Rosa Cunningham, secretary. ❖ -1- v At the Churches Last Sunday was a great day at all the churches and good attendance is reported. Excellent sermons were de livered and the collections were above the average. •> ❖ Epworth League The regular meeting of the Ep worth League was held Sunday eve ning at the C- M. E. church and the attendance was large. The subject: “Better Giving,” was opened by Mrs. C. S. V. Jones, who read a very inter esting and instructive paper. Later, all took part in the discussion and many helpful thoughts were brought out. The league literature has ar rived and the regular league topics , | will be taken up. each Sunday in or-j ’ der. Sunday the topic for discussion j ' will be: “The Resurrection of Jesus j and the Eternal Life for Believers.” ' John 11:25-27; 2 Cor. 4:4-18. Matthew White president, Mrs. J. Tannehill, secretary. Visitor from Ray Chester Maryland, a former Phoe niy boy, was over last week from Ray and spent several days in the city visiting his mother, Mrs- Chas. Fish, in 909 East Jefferson street. Chester is the former Ray representative for the Phoenix Tribune and his services j are greatly missed. We shall be glad when the mines again become active and Chester resumes his position as the Ray scribe for The Tribune. He returned to Ray Monday. Leaves for Fort Whipple Mr. Clarence Lindsey of 1317 East i I Jefferson street, who. the past few | months has been a patient in the ' Phoenix Sanatorium, left last Satur- ; day for Fort Whipple where he will [ remain for an indefinite time. He was accompanied by his mother, who | will remain with him during his stay 1 at the government barracks. A letter received from him this week, informs us that they arrived asi'etj •■.-/ is feeling fine as a fiddle. '♦* V *»* Among Pioneers Pioneers from every section,of the | state have gathered in Phoenix this | week and were guests of the Arizona I Republican. “The State’s Greatest Newspaper.” Among them was -Our own Robert M. Hudson of Phoenix, who came to Arizona in 1885, spent two years in Tucson, moved to Phoe nix and has been here ever since. There are several other colored men in Phoenix who are pioneers, but they took no part in the celebration held at Riverside park. Mr. Hudson is the only man of the race who yearly takes part in the reunion of pioneers. ♦l* v •> Emancipation Celebration The great Emancipation Celebration will be held June 19th at East Lake During lin last century, dentistry has advanced from the mere pulling of teeth to one of the learned professions and it is now readily accepted as one of the greatest healing arts, through oral prophylaxis and the prevention of disease. How long has it been since you gave your dentist an opportunity to save YOUR teeth aud protect YOUR health? Belter Denii'strij For Less tMoneii I k Wf- TSOCTORi MORRISON AjiAtfBLYTHE W WASHINGTON " G/is Administered All Work Guaranteed i — m PAGE THREE ; Park- The program includes barbe rcue, baseball, speaking and a big ! dance at night. Get ready to enjoy j yourself as you have never before. : Every Negro in the Salt River Valley ! should attend this celebration. Pre parations aP-o will he made to ac comodate people from Mesa, Tucson, vr *• o;i other towns in the state, -ill roads lead to Phoenix on June i9tn and every body will be found at | East Lake Park. K. K. K. Again Active People in the vicinity of the Second! Baptist church, sth street and Jeffer son, are given an opportunity to see the activities of the K. K. K., dally. Diagonally across - the street from this churfch, the Kool Kitchen Kafe is being operated under the old man agement and serves everything you want to eat at popular prices. Old fashioned home cooking is their spe cialty and the service is the best. Mr. H. H. Rice is active manager or chief Kleagle. Mrs. Haynes, a prom inent southern cook is in charge of the kitchen and holds te position of Grand Goblin or chef cook.