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Saturday, May 27, 1922
Tribune
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KEYS
Fitted and Duplicated
LET IS R. TEMPLIN
146 E. Adams St. Phone 605 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, j (
$5000; SIOOO cash.
12-Room apartment furnished,
$5500; SSOO cash, SSO a month.
M. H.SHELTON
215 W. Wash. 522 E- Wash.
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UNDERTAKERS
THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO.
Undertakers and Embalmers
124 North Second Ave.
Telephone 6051
Phoenix —O — Arizona
PORO SYSTEM HAIRDRESSING
Graduate of the Poro College of'
Hair and Beauty Culture and spec-!
ialize in the 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
tm mm North
15 First
m Avenue
We loan money on Diamonds, 1
Watches, Guns. Bags and Clothing.
PHOENIX LOAN & JEWELRY CO.
Booker T. Washington Memorial
Hospital, 1312 East Jefferson street.;
Phoenix, Arizona- Phone 6723. Rates:
$12.50 per week and up.
TRANSFER AND DELIVERY
We haul anything. If you want an ex
pressman and want him in a hurry, call I
us- We put the “S’ in SERVICE. Geo.!
M. Finley, the Transfer man. Phone!
5950. Stand 17 South Fourth St.
CHICAGO PAINT STORE
L. J. Lawlor, Prop.
Picture Framing
Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, Etc.
Phone 3496 336 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, Arizona
KOOL KITCHEN KAFE
Better known as “Mrs- Fambrough’f |
Place.” Everything you want to eat:
at popular prices. ’ Old fashionedj
home cooking. Quick service. Cour
teous treatment. Mrs. D. Kendricks,
Prop., 446 East Jefferson St. Phone
. 2068.
BARBER SHOP AND POOL HALL
The New Pool Hall, 231 East Wash-;
ington St. Pool, 2/ z cents per cue.
Baths, hot and cold and shower
baths. First class barber shop in
connection with all high class bar
bers. Your trade solicited. Gaines
Moore, Proprietor.
FOR RENT —Screen sleeping porch,
bath and other conveniences; only'
$5 per month. Apply 515 S. Third,
avenue. Gentleman preferred.
QUICK TAXI SERVICE
—Big seven-passenger car at your,
service day and night. When you
want a taxi, phone 6589. We anni-j
hi late space. Call us the next time.!
Stand 548 East Jefferson street. Care
ful experienced drivers.
FOR SALE —6 room house,- paved
highway; ciose‘in; shade, good cor
ner for stpre, reasonable, any na
tionality, 1701 East Van Buren St.
v -I- -h -I- -it *s* v v *l* v -1* v v •>
*> Roy R. Parker *!•
❖ EXPRESS and HAULING . *
•> 4-19 East Washington St. •>
•> Prompt ami Courteous Service, v
v Phone 6242 *
Get Married .
Many refined colored men and
women seeking early marriage
through the CREOLE COR
RESPONDENCE CLUB. Stamp
for particulars. Address
MRS. EUNICE R. FULGUM
Box 8
Folsom Louisiana
I Personal, Local and Society News
By R. L. S., Society Editor
j I •
Harding Summer Park
A group of Phoenix people visited ;
Harding Summer Park in Tempe last I
(Sunday and all had a glorious time, i
Mrs. J. A. Johnson is owner of this j
park and welcomes all who care to [
Ijourney thither. Any time any of the j
Phoenix churches wish to give a little j
outing or hay ride, Mrs. Johnson invites j
them to make Harding Summer Park ;
their destination. The park is at Mrs. j
Johnson’s place, 115 West Second \
i street. It is an ideal place for public !
jor private picnics. In the group that j
visited the park last Sunday were, j
[Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Prof. C. C. !
Credille and wife, Mr. and" Mrs. J. J.
| Brown, Mrs. A. M. Woobv. Attorney i
Robt. I-. Fortune and family and sev- ;
jcral others. When you think of an
jouting, think of Harding Summer
Park, Tempe, Arizona, I,la West Sec- •
■ion street.
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Important Business Deal
Last week Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Hawkins purchased the Vogue Misfit
Parlor, formerly operated by Mr. F.
C. Cleveland and Mrs. Wm. Shannon.
They will make some changes in the
management of the place and plan to
install a soda fountain, and will carry
dee cream and other refreshments.
. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins came to Phoe
;nix only a few months ago from Colo
rado, Where he was engaged in Y.
f'M. C. A. work. Mrs. Hawkins for a
number of years conducted a drug
hstore in Denver, Colo., and under
■jstands this business thoroughly. From
''time to time, they plan to make im
provements on their present estab
lishment, and eventually give us a
[really up-to-date business place. The
!Vogue is located at 143 South 2nd.
[street.
Visitor from Tucson \
1 Mrs. Cicero C. Simmons of Tucson,
Arizona, was a business visitor in the
[city a few days this week. She came
to supervise the remodeling of her
' home, 1129 East Washington street.
The interior is being thoroughly re
modeled and she will have a small
house built In the rear. Mr. Chas.
; Altermatt and sou.have charge of the
painting and decorating. Mrs. Sim
mons is a pioneer resident of Phoenix,
hut for the past several years has
'(been living in Tucson where her hus
• iband, Prof. C. C. Simmons is prin
' cipal of the colored grammar school.
I She returned to Tucson Tuesday Cve
• ning.
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Off to San Francisco
(Madam O. G. Howard of 726 West
[Grant street, one of the best known
[milliners and dressmakers in Phoenix
jleft Thursday evening for San Fran
cisco, Cal., where she will take a
special course in illustrating and de
signing. Madam Howard is a finished
dressmaker and the course she will
[take is a step higher and will place
her in position to instruct as well as
[(design costumes. She will be a pupil
of P. Clement Brown, advisory design
er and owner of Brown’s Studios. The
[summer class will he held in the Fair
jmont hotel, San Francisco.
'[Hay Ride a Success
The hay ride given by the Deacon
■’Board of the Second Baptist church;
r last Friday night proved entirely suc
• cessful. Many went for the ride to
‘,Mesa and all enjoyed the barbecue
5 and refreshments. Mr. Steve Howard
[presided over the barbecue pi: and
[the steer was done to a turn. A neat
.(little sum was realized for the church
I and all enjoyed themselves tc the
highest. Mr. W. H. King was thair
jrnan, Mr. Ina Gilstrap, secretary and
The Rev. E. D. Green, pastor.
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Concert Friday
■ .Next Friday night, June 2, a concert
•iwill be given at the C. M. E- church by
the little children of this parish. Mrs.
M. Thompson will have charge of Ihe
affair which is being widely advertis
-1 ed and promises to be very intereSt
‘ mg. All invited.
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Arrivals from Pueblo
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harding are
recent arrivals from Pueblo, Coio., and
are staying at the residence of Mrs.
Anna Marooney, 930 East Washington.
They are acquaintance: of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Shannon and were their
guests on the first night of their ar
rival in Phoenix. They plan to reside
permanently.
jeoming Back Home
It is reported that Mr. Robert
Stearns, formerly of this city hut now
: a resident of California, will soon re
■turn to Phoenix. Mr. Steams is a
) large property owner in Phoenix, and
formerly managed the Adams Hotel
barbershop, now owned by the Crccu
Bros. airs. Stearns and daughter.
Bobbie will not return at present but
it is their plan to return early in the
[fall.
Excellent Meeting Held
Last Sunday evening an
i tic, well attended and interesting [
I meeting of the B. Y. P. U. held !
( at the Second Baptist church when ,
[the subject: “What the B. Y. P. U. I
j Does for Me,” was discussed. Talks j
[were made by Mrs. W. C. Hackett, j
Rev. Major Jones. Rev. E. D. Greene, j
; Mr. C. C. Dotson, Mr. Albert Turner
j and others. Those meetings are
| growing in interest and all are invited
[to attend. Meeting begin at 6:30
( p. m.
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To Los Angeies, Cal.
Mrs. S. W. Keeler of 711 West
! Sherman street, who with her daugh
ter has been in the city several
months for the benefit of the daugh
ter’s health, left Thursday evening for I
•her home in Los Angeles. Mrs. Keg-,
ler has mande many friends during j
her stay in Phoenix who w ill regret j
to see her go. The daughter's health j
did not improve sufficiently to war- j
rant their staying longer, hence their j
return 'to the coast.
Concert Thursday Night
The Hawkins Jubilee Sextette will |
appear in concert Thursday night, I
June Ist at the Second Baptist church
and all Phoenix will turn en masse to I
.hear this wonderful aggregation of:
j singers. This will bfe their second ap
pearance before a colored audience
and Prof. Hawkins says they have a
number of new songs to present. [
j Cancel all other engagements and get
I ready to attend this great concert
(Thursday night at the Second Baptist
[ church.
; Notice •
For the benefit of those who have
i to work on Decoration Day, the man- 1
I agement of t,he Moslem Picnic has i
, arranged to have a large truck and
: a trailer leave the city hall on the j
• Washington street side at 2 o’clock j
' j sharp that will arrive at the picnic |
j ground just in time to enjoy the best j
fishing and swimming hours, and [
lunch will 1/3 served for those that i
arrive late. Go to the city hall plaza !
and look for a Tarbell truck not later
thau 2 o’clock.

Phoenix Boy a Graduate
The people of Phoenix generally, !
! will rejoice to learn that one of our
j Phoenix boys, John C. Credille, will i
| graduate from Howard University,!
j Washington, D. CT., in June. Johnnie
J is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Cre
j dille of this city and was the first
colored boy to graduate from the
Phoenix Union high school. He will [
probably visit his parents here this j
summer, then enter a law school and
win a degree of LL. I).
Expresses Her Thanks
Mrs. Geo. W. Caldwell wishes to
thank her many friends fur kindness t
shown during lier illness and for the •
many beautiful flowers and other to
kens of love and sympathy. She is
much improved and hopes soon to be
! able to resume her duties.
Wedding Bells Ring
Last Friday evening Mr. Earnest
| Jackson and Miss Alberta Williams
i were united in the holy bonds of
| wedlock by the Rev. T. J. Sanford at
, the parsonage of the A. M. E. church
in the presence of a few intimate
[ friends.
California Bound
Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Ford and son
will be leaving soon for the coast,
where they will make their future
home. Rev.- Ford is employed at pres
(unt in Mr. Clifford Lucas’ shop, in
| North Ist. avenue. They have been
;iu Phoenix over a year and have a
host of friends who will regret to see
, them go.
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, Lodge Official Visits
Mrs. E. L. Flewellen, V. G. H.P. of
the California and Arizona jurisdiction!'
Knights and Daughters of Tabor, made
her annual visit to the Fair Ladies
Tabernacle, No. 6, Plioenix Taber
nacle 9 and Palestine Tabernacle No.
18. last week. She reports the work
1 of Tabor progressing rapidly.
hair Goods for Sale
Mrs. Mary Jlawkins of 1610 East
Jefferson lias a supply of Madam C. J.
i Walker’s hair goods on hand and will I
I
jbe pleased to supply your needs in
| this liue. Call at above address. — j
i Adit.
Lest You Forget
’ I Don't forgei that the Moslem Pa*
■ trol will have a dandy dance at i lie j
1 East 1-idie park platform. All those
1 , »ho fa if to enjoy the picnic will have
l a chance to shake their shimmy all!
night il it pjoases them.
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(Lest You Forget
No news accepted after Wednesday
: noon. Be goicruvd accordingly.
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Home from Conference
The Rev. M. Thompson, pastor of
the local C. M. E. church, returned
last Saturday from St. Louis where
he went to attend the session of the
1 general conference of this church. He
reports a splendid session and states
that much good was accomplished.
A .j.
[ Leaving for the Coast
Mrs. Larue Moore and son will leave
Thursdays June 1. for Los Angeles,
where they will spend the summer.
WANT GOVERNOR TO LIFT BAN
(Preston News Service)
New Work City, May 26. —A com
mittee of citizens called on the Re
publican county chairman the other
day seeking to bring to the attention
of Governor Miller the ban on boxing
against colored fighters. It is the
opinion of many, who profess to
know, that nothing wifi come of the
j effort its Governor Miller pulled a
i big bluff shortly after he was carried
j into office on the tail of the Harding
Phoenix Tribune’s Latest Word Contest
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“Mo of Arizona. Employees of this paper or anyone connected with
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Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rainwater will
. soon occupy their beautiful new home
in Bth street. This home is one of
the most pretentious among our
group in Yuma.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Caton have
bought a lovely home In Lover’s
Lane and will remodel it, making it
a thoroughly modern stucco residence.
The Jolly Rule social club gave a
May dance last week and it was a
great success. Everyone* reports a
jolly good time
kite by asking the sport writers to
call on him and discuss the oracker
ized boxing commission. Not a single
“sundown pen pusher” was seen at
the gathering and in spite of {he half
promise made before election, the
governor has never done anything to
allow the colored boys to fight the
white ones in New York. Doubtless
he is of the opinion that colored men
•should only fight in France for “de
mocracy.”
BOVINELY SPEAKING
Hotel Gust —“Has Mike Howe re
gistered here?” Clerk—“ What do you
think this is a stable?”
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| FLAGSTAFF
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By Mrs. T. W. Garrison
Mrs. A. Jones of La Junta, Colo.,
is a recent arrival in our city.
Mrs. F. Polk suffered a severe bum
on her arm last week but is much
improved at present.
Mrs. J. H. Billingslea is visiting her
parents in Oklahoma. She will remain
throughout the summer months.
Church services were well attended
on last Sunday. The Rev. J. A.
Wright of Phoenix was with us and
delivered a soul-stirring sermon that
was well received.
I I
j Prof. W. A. McKenney, Inspector
General of the U. N. I. A. was in the
city last week and delivered an ad
dress in behalf of the organization.
We expect him again in the near
future when it is hoped that he will
organize a division in this city.
1 The colored population here has in
creased to the extent that we now
; have two churches. Rev. Allen or
ganized an African Methodist church
here Wednesday night. He is expect
ed here again Sunday.
The Willing Workers club met this
j week with Mrs. S. L. White and held
an interesting meeting. Affer all busi
ness had been transacted, dainty re
l freshments were served by the genial
hostess.
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answer lias the largest and nearest correct list of objects found in
the picture which begin with the letter “B”, second prize to the next
nearest correct, etc. Neatness and penmanship will .not he taken
into consideration, but every contestant should be careful about the
spelling so that no mistake will be made. *' . .
!t. Only one prize will be awarded to members of the same
household, or to any group outside of the family who may have
co-operated in the answering of this’ puzzle.
10. 'I lie judges w ill be three well known citizens of this com
igtr ity having no connection with the Tribune and will be selected
for their lilncss lor such a task. The award of prizes as determined
by these judges will be final and each contestant agrees to abide by
their decision.
11. lu arriving at this decision the judges will allow one point
for each correct word. A margin of 15 incorrect words will be
granted to each contestant to allow for a possible legitimate dif
ference of opinion; but each, incorrect word above that number will
count otic against.
!-• If two contestants tie for first place the first and second
prizes will be divided between the two pro rata according to their
class. The next highest will receive the third prize, etc. If three tie
for first place, the first, second and third prizes will he divided
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PAGE THREE
Listen! O, Listen!
, Here hum the golden bees
Underneath fulljilossoiiied trees,
At once with glowing fruit and flow-
I ers crowned. . —Lowell.
The pedigree of honey'
Does noc concern the bee;
A clover, any time, to him
Is aristocracy.
—Emily Dickinson.
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One'consideration that checks weak
kneed revolutions is that people have
to die in revolutipns.
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Hot Chili Con Carne served at all
hours. Cold drinks, ice cream, cigars,
confectionery and lunches. The cool
est spot in Phoenix where you can
j enjoy refreshments and lunch. When
you are down town, drop in and see
us. You are welcome whether you
wish to buy or not. Try our mer
chant’s lunch; served from 11 a. m.
to 2 p. m. Meet your friends at the
Dreamland, corner Sixth street and
' Jefferson. Roy Lucas and M. S- Shep
-1 jard, proprietors. Open from 6 a. m.
till midnight. Special parties and
club dinners may be arranged for.
1 We feature service. Courtesy all
ways.

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