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□ □ Local News □ □ Rebuilds The Ruins Mrs. Mattie Foster. 728 East Wash ington street, whose home was de stroyed by fire a short time ago, has rebuilt through the American Agency, of which A. R. Smith is manager, and within 30 days after the fire, Mrs. Foster had received a check for the loss and was beginning to rebuild. All kinds of insurance is written through The American Agen cy. Tell us your insurance needs. Phone 7392 or call at the office, 17 N. 2nd street. * * * Enters Ministry Mr. J. L. Arnold, who has been quite active in politics among the colored people, has entered the min istry and identified himself writh Antioch Baptist church, 11th street and Monroe, of which the Rev. Mr. Massey is pastor. Mr. Arnold will now devote his efforts to the saving of souls and working for community betterment. More power to him. May he meet with unbounded success in his new field of endeavor. * * * Pertinent Question It is generally supposed that Fred erick J. Haskin of Washington, D. C., can answer any question you choose to ask. Will some one kindly write and ask him: “What Has Become Os The Western Dispatch”, erstwhile weekly Negro newspaper fromerly published in Phoenix? We would write and ask him ourselves, but honestly, we aint got the heart”. PHOENIX COLORED BOY MAKING GOOD IN MOVIES LOS ANGELES, CAL., Dec.—The rapid advancement of Oscar Smith in the moving picture game is attract ing the attention of many writers. Oscar, as he is known to most every one in the profession, always seems to fit in better than any one else for the parts he is selected to play. His success in the new release, “Love Madness,” has w r on for him another contract with the Cecil B. DeMille Studios. Oscar Smith has a wife of whom he is very proud, and he was both surprised and pleased when Rev. Hayes of Pasadena told the congregation that the wife of Mr. Smith was the donor of the wonder ful new Bible which adorns the pul pit. - PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING The article above refers to a Phoe nix boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith of 1435 East Jefferson street. He is well known in Phoenix, where for many years he made his home with his parents. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS L. A. McCarty, manager of the People’s Realty Co., desires to thank his many patrons for the business given him during the year just ended. He wishes you a Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year. In the ensuing year, as in the past, we shall endeavor to give you the very best in service. PEOPLE’S REALTY CO. L. A. McCARTY , Mgr. 17 SOUTH FOURTH ST. PHONE 7223 “SAY IT WITH FLOWERS” DONOFRIO FLORAL COMPANY 136 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE Chas. Morton, Prop. Phone 6-7-6-6 Members of Florists Telegraph Delivery Association FLOWERS DELIVERED ANYWHERE LATEST BLUES by COLUMBIA RACE STARS ETHEL WATERS—BESSIE SMITH—CLARA SMITH COLUMBIA NEW PROCESS RECORDS COME IN AND HEAR THEM! NEWLAND MUSIC CO. 209 WEST WASHINGTON ST. GRAVES INDIAN SHOP The Treasure House of Beautiful and Distinctive GIFTS Come early or come late. We’re always prepared. For we are a gift shop all the year round, quite accustomed to serving and helping. Every table, every case is rich in Christmas suggestions—unusual gifts priced to please every purse and person. GRAVES INDIAN SHOP 16 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE The Most Interesting Store in Phoenix A resolute man is often foaind to be remarkably shy on resolutions. What this country needs, along with a good five-cent cigar, is a five cent appetite.