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LOCAL NEWS □ □ Federation Meet Arizona Federation of Colored Wo men's Clubs will hold their annual meeting the first week in October at the Community House, 1335 East Jefferson St. Mrs. Garrison, of Flagstaff, is president of the Fed eration, and Mrs. L. A. Walker of Phoenix, is corresponding secretary. Delegates are expected from many Arizona towns, and the Phoenix clubs are preparing to entertain them in style. The sessions will last several days and the public is invited. Provides for the Future Mrs. Della King Tinsley, manager of the California Hat Cleaning W orks, purchased a SSOO Certificate in the State Building & Loan Asso ciation through Agent A. R. Smith, and presented same to her little nephew, Alonza L. Council. By the time Alonza finishes his High school course, this fund will be available to defray the expenses of his college training. New Auditorium The City Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs will soon enter their improved building, at 1335 East Jef ferson street. A new auditorium has been built, and other features added that make this an ideal club house. The club women of Phoenix are to be congratulated on their wise move in providing an up-to-date home for their organization. Buys SIOOO Certificate Mr. James L. Davis, veteran em ployee of the Arizona Grocery Com pany, purchased a SIOOO Certificate m the State Building & Loan Asso ciation, through agent A. R. Smith, anf i has ass ured the education and piotection of his children. Mr Da vis is one of the leading colored cit- Zens ot Phoenix, prominent in church and lodge circles and his views are respected by all who know him. Arizona Times Suspends The great Arizona Times, leading Negro newspaper of Tucson, has sus pended publication. For a short while, the Times gave promise of becoming an important factor among Negro journals, but like Rome, the Times “rose, conquered and fell.” One of the promoters of the Times is in Phoenix and has connected him- PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING self wtih the Western Dispatch, an other is in California seeking his for tune and the editor remains in Tuc son. Home Completed Mrs. Maggie Sells of 1137 East Contractor and Builder THIRTY-TWO YEARS IN PHOENIX No Job Too Large and None Too Small for me to handle Office and Planing Mill, 409 So. 3rd Street C. W. CISNEY Phone 6309 Th S . p "t ’ proved health and general happi- p;"* ty and the state through our con- E ' scientious service to thousands who past year for dental services. And ~~ through our newspaper advertising we have endeavored to impress up on the public the importance of the care of the teeth which we feel jfitthe r is a worthy and no small contribu- W*\ WMEVAVKttIWWCIMI tion to the welfare of the general JLftV m Employing the most modern and efficient methods in all dental op erations, conserving the patient’s time and money and giving the very highest type of dental work and materials at all times, has established for us this great asset—Public Confidence! EXAMINATION FREE—X-RAY DIAGNOSIS “ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED ” MORRISON THE DENTIST—OVER WOOLWORTH’S 36 E. Washington St. Phone 3089 Washington street, has completed the erection of a dandy little cottage on her homestead a few miles east of Mesa, and/ has begun other im provements that will soon convert this homestead into a beautiful coun try estate.