The New York Age from New York, New York on September 7, 1918 · Page 6
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(fU vo:..: ag: THE nn ATHLETICS H G EUlfi GRIFFIH DEAD; VfU-KIMWH Oil STACE (Ceutinmi from frtt He.) Ellis avenue. Miss Griffin died a Christian. Emma Griffin was born in Louisville, Ky., and was 44 years of age. She made her first appearance on the stage with her sister at Kohl and Middleton's Museum, Chicago, when they were girls. Their first appearance as regular professionals was with John W. Isham's original octoroon company, headed by Fred J. Piper and Madam Flower. When they had gained fame with the octoroons they entered into vaudeville and remained in that field and made money. When Mabel Griffin was taken ill at Youngstown, O., eleven weeks ago and had to return home ill, Emma took Margie Lorraine as a partner and opened at the Star Theatre, Pittsburgh, ten weeks ago, but broke down and returned home ill. Both sisters were bedridden in separate rooms during a period in which a benefit was given for them at the States Theatre of special pictures by Theda Bara. No performers appeared and the occasion marked the first theatrical "movie" benefit in history. Elizabeth Hart and Cassie Burch Slaughter conducted the benefit Miss Griffin was well educated, having been a student of the State University of Louisville. As an actress she was a comedienne of the May Irwin type and was a clever mirth provoker despite her avoirdupois. As an orator she had recognized ability, recently demonstrated in politics as a suffragette. The stand she took on behalf of the rights of performers against managers was well known. The deceased was a charitable woman and always interested in the welfare of her profession. Miss Griffin was the oldest child of Henry Griffin, deceased, and Blandina Duncan. The funeral was held Tuesday, September 3, and was largely attended. WESTERN DRAMA AT LAFAYETTE NEXT WEEK In making the assertion that Lafayette Theatre patrons will find an unusual amount of enjoyment in "Arl-Bona," next week play at the Harlem house, it la baaed on a conviction formed after looking back a few years to the time when the Crescent Theatre held full sway in New York's most thickly populated Colored section. About the time the people were be coming tired of the acts, most of them put together over night, the late Marlon Brooks arrived from the Wi with a number of little playlets which for the main part were made up of comedy but which carried a strong western touch that found instant favor with the crowds that packed the little theatre afternoon and evening. The deeire for this kind of play has been met by the management of the Lafayette, and a four-act drama of a higher standard has been secured in "Arizona," a play which added to the popularity of Augustus Thomas and stamped him one of the foremost playwrights ever developed in this country, The critics and the public have been one in the opinion that "Arizona" is oae of the best dramatic successes seen on the American stage in a generation, and this is as it should be, as Mr. Thomas has been notably realistic in his treatment of story and detail. SING LATEST WAR SONG WITH SUCCESS Two of the best known colored bands In the country are featuring "When the Tanks Tank the Germ Out of German" with great success. The biggest hit made this summer by any band in the East is accredited to the Right Quintet, James E. Llghtfoot, Manager, which is at Price's Hotel, Pleasure Bay, Long Branch, N. X, and known as the Wilson Entertainers. This aggregation has been a big sensation on the Jersey coast. Members of the band are C. Tls- dale, William Loguen, James Thomas, Leonard Smith, James B. Llghtfoot, Charles Wilson and Felix Weir. The Bay State Quartet, composed of Clarence Bush, first tenor; Luther M Blake, second tenor; Emory B. Smith, first base and manager, and William C. Elklns, second bass, are delighting chose who go to Tapplns, Sheepeneaa Cay. PERSONNEL OF THE SMARTER SET COMPANY Among the members of this year's Smarter Set Company are S. Tutt Whit-' ney, J. Homer Tutt, Al F. Watts, Alonzo Fenderson, Julian Keith, William Foun- taine, Nat Cash, Boots Marshall, George Lvnch, Lena Sanford Roberts, Carrie King, Estelle Cash, Edna Gibbs, Emma Jackson, Virginia Wheeler, Helen Jackson, Ora Dunlop, Tillie Cottman, The-reas West, Bertha Yokum, Pearl Bailey, Viola Mander, Estelle Irvin, Mattie Lewis. Rosina Alexander, Bertha Cottman, Ellen Mander and Alicia Jason. "BENNY" BYRON DEAD. Members of the theatrical profession in New York were shocked to learn of the death of "Benny" Byron, a member of the Musical Byrons, who died at his home in Chicago last week. The deceased was a talented musician and was well liked iri and out of the theatrical profession. THEATRICAL JOTTINGS. (By Bob 8latr) - Stewart & Crumbley are at the Strand, Boston. Payton & Floyd are at the Orphcum, Brooklyn. Grundy & Young are' at Fay's, Providence, R. I. The Tennessee Ten are at Camden, N J, this week. - The Four Jazz Girls are at the Lin coln Theatre, New York. m The J. M. Moore Comedy Four .v playing in Altoona, Pa. a Anderson & Goins are at Loew's De- lancey Theatre. . . Rucker & Winfred are at Low's, Hamilton, Can. Housley, Nicholas & Dean are at the Prospect Theatre, Brooklyn. Miller & Lyles are at the Dominion Theatre, Ottawa, Can. Copeland & Dumont were at the Lincoln Theatre the first half. ' Minus & Bryant are booked at the Star and Lincoln this week. Laura Bailey's Jazbo Girls are at the Riverside Park, Springfield, Mass. "Go Get Rogers" are at the Palace Theatre, Rockford, 111. Henry Jines is with the Hip, Hip, Hurrah Girls, Gaiety Theatre, Buffalo. The Four Harmony Kings are at the Nelson Theatre, Springfield, Mass. Cook & Stevens arc splitting thejyeek at the Grand Opera House and the Olympia, Brooklyn. a The Exposition Four are at the Bijou, Fall River, Mass., with the Emery, Providence, R L, to follow. The Three Red Hats are splitting the week at the Columbia, Far Rockaway, and the Hoyt, Stapleton, Staten Island. Harrington & Mills are splitting the week at the Majestic, Johnstown, Pa., and Sheridan Square, Pittsburgh. - Pankey & Butler were at the Wilson Theatre, Hoboken, first half, and Al- hambra, Brooklyn, second half. . Sandy Burns ft Co. just closed a two weeks engagement at the Lincoln, New York. . This week, Gibson's Standard Theatre, Philadelphia. Kemp & Rollison are at the Orphcum Theatre, Boston, with Loews frovi dence to follow. Harper & Blank, under the name of Smith & Tasel, are splitting the week at the Lincoln Square and the Bijou, Brooklyn. The Bol Slater Comedy Four- Arthur Ames, Philip Giles, Wesley Hall and Bob Slater are working up state this week. ' Brown & Dumont are in their eighth consecutive week on the U. B. O. time. This week, Music Hall, Lewiston, Me., first half, and Poli's Worcester, Mass., second half. Following is route'of the Rockwell Sunny South Company: S wanton, Ont, September 5; ConwalL 6-7: Iriquois. 9; Morrisburg, 10; Valleyfield. Quebec. 11: Osmstown, 12; Howich, 13, Maxville, Ont., 14. ROCHESTER, N. Y. RocHEsrat, N. Y. The Rev. E. D. U. Jones made a trip to Washington, D. C last week on business. He stopped in Philadelphia and Harrisburg. John J. Hassell has returned from Peveland, Ohio. Miss E. Walker underwent an operation for appendicitis at the General Hospital and is convelascintr. Mrs. K. V. Payne has returied home after visit ing her daughter, Mrs. B. Johnson, of Detroit. Master Vernon Payne sus tained a slight accident by running a stick in his throat last week. Mrs. Lewis Berryman of Washington, D. C, is the guest of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Minor, babbitt flace. Miss L. Pace spent a pleasant two weeks' vacation in Buffalo and Niagara Falls the guest of Miss Laumore. Uarence Dotson, the champion dancer, played at the Gayety Theatre last week. Mr.'and Mrs. H. B. Fields of Pitts burgh, stopped over enroute to Balti more last week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fields for a few days. R S. Jetter made his first "evan gelistic trip to Geneva, N. Y., August 25. Mrs. Clara Thomokins of Buffalo. Mrs. Julia Moore of Indianapolis and Henry Johnson of Cleveland, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cottoms, Mohawk street Mrs. John Leonard and Mrs. William Poinsette of Lockport, have returned home after visiting their sister, Mrs. Oliver Adams. The services at Zwn Church were largely attended last Sunday. The Rev. E. D. W. Jones preached morning and evening. The holy communion was ad ministered to eighty-four persons the collection for the day was $75.04. The Intermediate and Junior C E. Societies will begin their meetings next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. bamuel Jones. 159 Atk inson street, entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fields and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fields at supper, Wednesday. Ausrust 28. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sellers of Leroy, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sprague Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. L,' W. Finney entertained last Tuesday evening at dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fields of Pittsburgh. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fields, Mrs. Grace sellers and Ldward r-pps After dinner the party motored to Scottsville and were the guests of Mrs, Lee for the remainder of the evening. James Washington of Washington, D C, was the week end guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ham, Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Rounds and Mrs. H. L. Harrison and- two children, of Syracuse, spent the-week end with their sister and aunt, Mrs. Murray of Furtong street. James B. Curry spent a few days in Buffalo. Miss E. Townes has registered to be come a tramed nurse. Mrs. Peters, Missionary to Africa, will conduct a revival at Zion Church betrinninz September 8. The Fort nightly Sewing Circle met with Mrs. H. Mack, 2290 East avenue, last Thursday. A delightful dinner was served by the hostess. The Kev. Batchelor drawing large audiences to the Mt. Olivet Baotist Church every . Sunday. Mrs. R L. KeKnt was the guest of Miss Anna James, 39J4 Vick Park B, last Thursday. Mrs. Katherine Underwood is very ill at the General Hospital Miss Gladys Mathews received a long distance call from Private Ira Hunt of Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N. J., last week, stating that he is enjoying camp life. The patriotic drill and concert for the benefit of Trinity Presbyterian Church last Thursday evening at St. Georges Hall, under the direction ot H. L. Smith, was a grand success. Judge Kobert H. Terrell of Washington, U, C, will address the citizens of Roches ter Thursday evening, September 12, at Progressive Hall, after which a recep tion will be tendered him. W. H. Stock' ton is chairman of the committee. Edward C. Johnson returned from an ex tended Eastern tour stopping at Phila delphia, New York and Boston. While in New York he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart, 62 West 140th street. Daniel Amieture died last Tuesday and his remains were taken to Culpeper, Va.. where the funeral services were held on Thursday. He is survived by his father and mothers, Mr. and Mrs. A. Arriieture, four sisters, Mrs. S. Banister, Mrs. Delbert Thompson, Misses Anna and Harnett Amieture, four brothers, Robert, James, Jack and Henry Amieture, all of this city. BUFFALO, N. Y. Buffalo, N. T. A grand Japanese social was held on Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Bessie Osborne, Oak street, by the Lily of the Valley Tent, Order of Good Samaritans. It was a great success. Mrs. James R. Mason of Johnson Park has returned from spending her vacation in Detroit, where she was the guest of her nieces, Mrs. Charles Rawlins and Mrs. W. B. Smith. Mrs. Welford Wilson, Sycamore street, entertained at dinner Sunday Mrs. James Walton ot Pine street The Yarkln Club held Its regular monthly meeting at the residence of Mrs. Earle Cavltt. The prem'um number was drawn by Mrs. James Walton. The next hostess will be Mrs. Nellie Howard. Hickory street. Among the guests at the Wallace House this week were Mr. and' Mrs. H. P. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bowles, Cleveland. They took in the Falls before leaving for other points in the state Mrs. Josephine Little, Clinton street, has been called to the bedside of her sick sister in Montreal. Can. Welcome H. Blue, Jr., of Cleveland and R. Willis McKonakay of Alliance, Ohio, have been doing the Falls and other cities in Canada. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman, Utica street. Miss Edith Johnson of Syracuse has been the guest of Miss Zepher Anderson, Elm street, for the past two weeks. Miss Anderson entertained in her honor on Friday night, when a select company of the young society people had a royal time. Dan Palmer of Toledo, an old member of the Cleveland Minstrel troupe, was a visitor in the city and guest of Major Ollle C. Hall. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, with their families and friends attended in large numbers the annual picnic of the Hadji Temple held at LJon Park Thursday. Wearers of the red fes were seen from Utica, Syracuse. Ba-tavla, Rochester, Ithaca, Niagara Falls nd Lockport. Oliver E. Robinson, an old citisen of Rochester, was a visiter in the city while enroute from Chicago to New Tork and Boston. Jessie Blnga. the Chicago banker, stopped in Buffalo a little while on his return from attendance on the sessions of the Business League. Oliver Jackson of Philadel phia surprised his eld friends most pleasantly tnis weex oy nis welcome visit. His family are pleased with their new home In the city of Brotherly love. The Woman s Home Missionary so-, llety of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church had their installation of officers on Sunday. These officers were installed toy the Rev. Phillips of Sa vannah, Ga.: Sister Corrothers, president; B. Griffin, vice-president; V. Williams, secretary; A. Goer, treasurer; L. F. Robinson, chaplain; E. Williams. C. Franklin and M. Jameeon, mlMionarles. The Rev. Ware of Niagara Falls preached at Friendship Baptist Church Sunday morning. In the afternoon a number of castors were present. In cluding the Revs. Durham. Moon, Hol- Ioway. Bexley. Marsnau. v;ouecnon amounted to 1117. Mrs. Slmpklns of Clinton street has returned from her cottage at Erie Beach very much Improved in health. Mrs. Trueheart. who nas Deen on an extended tour of the state and Michigan, has returned from her vacation. Dr. Durham, the marrying parson, had two weddings tnis week. James Streeter of Detroit and Miss Rosa Mc- Gar of Columbia, Tenn.. made one pair and Sylvester MoMiller of Rome, Ga., and Miss Madia Williams of Chatta nooga, Tenn.. made the other. Amy Joffre. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Nicholas, was christened Sunday In 6t. Philip's Church. A splendid christening dinner was served at the residence of Mrs. Camp bell. Connecticut street, at which the Godparents, and Mrs. Kelley or To ronto were present. Bettle Jay, the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Al bert Taylor, Woodlawn avenue, who has been quite sick, was baptized by the Rev. Father Bennett at the Taylor home on Sunday . afternoon. 6h is now on the road to recovery. Presiding Elder Ellison held his first quarterly conference at St. Luke A. M, E. Zion Church Sunday. The re ports from all sources excelled any ever made before. Large congrega tions were present. Miss Sadie Young and Mrs. M. T. Green, on behalf of the members, presented the Rev. Dr. Durham, pastor, with a purse of $100 for his vacation. ' The Rev. and Mrs. Durham will leave for Atlantic City and points In New England. Mrs. Pauline Taylor, Elm street, died at the Buffalo General Hospital on Thursday and was burled from St, Luke A. M. E. Zion Church on Mon day, Rev. Dr. Durham officiating. The Free Union picnic Thursday carried large and orderly crowds on every boat to Erie Beach. A number of the aged and a large number of children were all cared for and made to pass a happy time. Rev. Dr. Wilson, pastor of Bethel, "who was on his vacation, returned to attend the free union picnic. The Rev. Father Bennett was the star twlrler of the baseball game, his team of youngster winning over the men by a 16 to 8 score. The Pittsburg Stars, Buffalo's col ored . semi-professional team has clinched the pennant for the semi- pro teams by winning four games in a row. They played two games on Sunday and Monday aid bringing home the bacon each time. The semi-pros have given Buffalo real ball and the thousands who attended the games are loud in their praises of the Stars and their management. Whist party and chicken supper on Sept. 11 at the home of Mrs. Mitchell, Potter street. Major Hall is indisposed this week with an attack of "Charley horse." Leon Hall Is out again with a slight limp as a reminder of his narrow escape from serious Injury. Rev. Dr. Nash is rusticating in the suburbs. PLAINFIELD, N. J. Plainfleld, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. W.. S. Hall, East Third Street. accompanied by their children and grandfather, motored to Lakehurst, N. J., to- see Mr. Hall's parents and family, who are on a large and beautiful farm. From there they motored to Camp Dix, where they spent all the afternoon. On their return home they stopped at Asbury Park, where the kiddies enjoyed a romp on the sandy beach and a dip in the ocean. Mrs. H. H. Grobes, West Fourth Street, Is having a pleasant visit with friends In Lowenslde, N. J. They make daily motor trips to Atlantic City in the Rev. Hawsey s car, of whom she is the guest Miss L. HInton left Monday to spend a week In New York and Philadelphia Misses N. and S. Cary, Plainneld Avenue, spent two weeks in Virginia, where they had a pleasant time at their old home. Miss I. Miller of New York. their daughter, Mrs. Chai Houstln of West Broad street The Rev. Wm. E. Smith has re turned from his vacation spent at Bal timore, the guest of Dr. Winston ' Privates Alex. Taylor, Howard Ham ilton, Anthony Booth and Sergt J- R-Nelson visited relatives and friends over Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Houstln were the guests over Labor Day of Mrs, Rogers at Asbury Park, Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Brock are visit ing at Harrisburg. Pa, Services at the St. John's Baptist Church were well attended. The Rev, G. W. Hamlette preached a strong serman. In the afternoon Judge Run yon of Plainfleld, N. J., spoke to a large audience. In the evening the Rav Mr. Hamlette filled the pulpit Services at the Bethel Baptist Church were well attended Sunday, The nastor. the Rev. Wm. El Smith filled the pulpit Sunday School at the usual hour with a large attend nri in the evening the Rev. J. El McKenzle of Boston preached. Com munion was served to a large congre- eation. Services at St Luke's A. M. E. Zion Church were largely attended. In the morning the Rev. J. E. McKenzle of Boston filled the pulpit, in tne evening the Rev. J. H. Lwis, pastor. preached. Collection for the day, 40, Wednesday the Rev. J. H. Lewis left for the District Conference at Ba- vonne. v- V. Burton, trustee of the St Luke's A. M. E. Zion Church, is very ill Mrs. Ball. 554 Downer street, had as her guests for over Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. McKlnley Farrel and Miss Vivian Calfe . of Brooklyn and Miss Anna Smith, Newark. Mrs. R. C. Jones, 652 Downer street, had as her guests Mrs. Dennis Snell and Mrs. Irving Ray and children, Newark. Paul Robinson. 502 West Broad street, spent the week-end and holi day in New York, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Simmons spent Labor Day at Mrs. Louise Simmons, 1085 Lafayette street, Elizabeth. Mrs. Ellis and Miss Margaret Ellis former residents of Westfield, visited friends here over the holiday. Jas. Christian, 505 Downer street, has returned from Santa Moriches, L. I., where he spent the summer. H. O. Williams, formerly of west field, now of Hoboken, spent Sunday and Labor Day with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wright spent Sunday and Labor Day at Orange vis iting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corbin Friday. August 3, Mrs. Wm. robs West Broad street entertained Mrs Washington of Montclalr, Miss Knoll of Washington, Mrs. Wormley, Mrs. T, after a week's visit as the guest of Miss A. Davidson, West Fourth Street, ," ,, ' ' At Plain has returned. Mrs, C. H. and Mrs. w! W 1Iaa a,n M,- .McC,0,y fPlai neia, mrs. J. u. jriiuiou, miss m. iwi-ell, Mrs. R. Lovell of Jerseyland Park, Mr 8. Le Roy Fuller and Miss Dill are the guests of Mrs. Wm. Ross, West Broad street Clyde Lovell, of Camp Dix. spent over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt Lovell of Plainneld avenue. H. Blaisof Providence are also guests of Mian IWvidBAn Mr. Rnilla An thony. Hillside Avenue, after spending Mrs. Le Roy Fuller and Miss Dill of two weeks' vacation rn AWtiry Park, New York. Long Branch and other sea shore resorts, has returned much benefited. Mr. Macknee of New York was a Sun day guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. South Second Street. Mrs. A. Toney, East Seventh Street, ac companled by Mrs. Julia Smith, left Saturday on a visit with friends in Atlantic City. Miss Lillian Dillard of Perth Amboy after a week's visit with Mrs. and MIhs Starr, East Fourth Street, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, East Fourth Street, left on a two weeks' vacation. Among friends in Hempstead, L. I Mrs. P. J. Simmons, East Fourth Street, after two weeks' travel along the sea shore resorts, has returned much benelted. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkins, East Seventh Street, left Saturday on their vacation, which be gins with friends in Brooklyn and ends at the sea shore. Mrs. J. O. Hicks of Jersey City, after a long visit with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Porgar, Richmond Street, left last week for three weeks' stay in Asbury Park. Mrs. R. A. Steel of Jersey City has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poyar. Mrs. Richard Yetman, East Third Street, visited Mr. and Mrs. Biatt of Orange, formerly Miss Etta Klngslow. Mrs. Jeter of Webster , Place, accompanied by her son Will, left for a visit to her old home, Scottsville, Va. Four draftees received the usual send-off from Mount Olive Baptist Church Saturday evening. Supper was served by a committee of ladies, Mrs. Le Dempsey. chairman; Mrs. Webery, secretary. The pastor, the Rev. Jones, made a few remarks, as did Mr. Town-send, city tax collector. Solos were rendered by Wm. Dempsey and R. Ran-; doiph. They left Sunday for camp DIX. W. T. Wright and family, West Third Street closed their summer cottage and left for their winter home In New York Saturday. Miss Ida B. Richmond after a four weeks' visit to Richmond. Va., has 'returned to her home with Mrs. E. Ward. West Fourth Street. Miss Alma and Louisa Rives of New York are here for a two weeks' visit as guests of Mrs. Brown and Miss Walker, ,323 Plainfleld Avenue. The Rev. E. W. Roberts Is a little better. He preached Sunday morning. Miss Mary V. Temple of RidKewood is the guest of Mrs. B. Harvin, 61 s west Fourth Street. Scout Master Pedra was in town a few days iuro. looking well. MIrs M. Smith, 607 West Fourth Street after a few days' Indisposition. Is up and about. Wm. Grobes, Jr., and Mrs. Mary Cork were week end visitors of their father. Mrs. J. Walker and daus-hter. 423 Went Second Street. spent two weeks visiting friends and relatives in Mount Vernon, ri. T. MORRISTOWN. N. T. Morristown, N. J. Isaac Phillips of Jamaica, N. Y., was in Morristown over Labor Day visiting his uncle, Mr. Jarvis, the Rev. and Mrs. Stiles and other friends. At Bethel A. M. E. Church Labor Day an outing was held on the grounds under the auspices of the Men's League with the assistance of the Ladles' Get-together League. The day was well spent in games. In the evening a program was rendered by William Teabout and daughter, Mrs. Irene Krole. At the conclusion of the program the demonstration of the Liberty Bell by forty children from two to fifteen years made a lasting impression on those present. Mrs. Emma Cooper has returned to Riverton, N. J., after spending several days with her sisters. Mrs. George Arnold and family have returned from Delaware Water Gap, where they spent the summer. Miss Dorothy Eaton of Willow street returned from Long Branch, where she spent her vacation. WESTFIELD, N. J. Westfield. N. J Mrs. Wm. Jenkins Is attending the A. M. E. Zion Sunday School convention at St. Peter's A. M. E. Zion Church, Bayonne. Miss Ijoretta Sefus nas returned after snendin a few days at her for mer home, Landsdown, Pa. Mrs. Ernest neais ana mtb. iaw-rence Durrah paid a visit to their husbands at Camp Upton Sunday. Mrs. Willie Jon9 and Mrs. Chas. Houstln visited Camp Upton to see Private Jones Mr. and Mrs- WID- wanning and Mr. and Mrs1. Harry T. Beane spent Labor Day jt Asbury Park. Mr. and gnerville, .1 rg. James Jones of Sum- J., spent sunaay wim ELIZABETH, N. J. Elizabeth, N. J. Chllds DeForest of Allenhurst. N. J., visited his mother, Mrs. Frazer, 805 Pearl Street, last week. Mr. Fraier of Pearl Street visited friends In Long Branch. Miss Mildred Van Derveer. 220 High Street, who spent three weeks of her vacation in Lock -Arbor, has returned. Mrs. Margaret Smith of Montclalr is spending a month In Green Lake, N. Y. Mrs. Edgar Lee of Elizabeth is spending two weeks In Poiughkeepsie. Miss Ethel Van TKsrveer, who has graduated from the Normal school In Montclalr, has accepted a position as teacher in Public School No. 3, Elizabeth. Miss Ertie Crowell spent ten days with relatives In Halifax, N. C. Mrs. John Tucker, Sr.; of 213 South Seventh Street, and Mrs. Henry Van Derveer and daughters, 220 High Street, visited Mrs. Cannon last Sunday In f?outh Orange. Mrs. Chas. Vlar, 232 Hansen Street is spending two weeks at Atlantic City. Burrell Reed. 1019 William Street, died Sept 2 and was buried Thursday from Shlloh Baptist Church. . The Rev. Thos. Lee of Baltimore preached at Shlloh Baptist Church last Mr. and Mrs. Parker Slater erpent two weeks in Asbury Park with relatives. St. Augustine Mission held Its grand rally Sunday afternoon. It was a success. Dover, 8lon pre: Mr. Da a fine f Mr. guest Mr re OVER, N. J. -Gaines A. M. E. Mis- 7.30 p. m. The Rev. w pastor, preached ,1yn was a recent 2ampton. f'Ql Nei Newark vis ited Dover Sunday. E. A. Cowell, ex-superintendent of Gaines A. M. E. Sunday School, was in Dover from Camp Upton recently. J. M. Sullivan, Willie Huchillle and Master Oscar Boggs, Jr., visited New York and Coney Island Labor Day. Mrs. C. M. Sullivan and mother, Mrs, Hendree, have been to Detroit. JERSEY CITY, N. J. Jersey City, N. J. The Revs. W. A. Byrd and W. S. Smith and Dr. George E. Cannon have been appointed mem bers or the committee for celebration of Lafayette Day, Sept. 6, In the La fayette section of Jersey City. . Thursday night. Sept. 6, a meeting to establish a branch of the N. A. A. C. P. will be held at Williams Hall. Hon. Jas. W. Johnson, field secretary, and Assistant Secretary Walter G. White are expected to address the gathering. Local organizations and churches have been invited to attend and pastors urged to co-operate wid the effort. Helping Hand Union. W. C. T. U., held an interesting meeting at the home of Mrs. Emma Jackson, 68 Storm Avenue. Mrs. Ida E. Brown is president. Three mass meetings for young colored girls to be addressed by Dr. Margaret Sullivan of the Board of Education are to be held this month. The Lafayette Presbyterian Church is conducting a membership campaign along lines wholly different from the revival method. Each member is appointed to Interest himself in the spiritual welfare of some other and invite others to unite with the church. During the third week in September the twenty-five teachers of the Lafayette Sunday School will thoroughly canvass the city for chldren who do not attend Sunday School. It is intended that no child shall be without an invitation to join. The fifth Sunday in September Dr. Byrd has designated Home Sunday and a large gathering of members and friends is expected. Lieutenant Stanley Miles was the guest of honor at dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hayes' Sunday. Prior to entrance In the army Lieutenant Miles was a clerk in the New York postoffice. McCloskey s drug store, at the cor ner of Jackson and Virginia Avenues. of which Dr. Mott is manager, has for several years employed a colored clerk. Miss Jones of Oak Street is now employed there. Unit 47, Circle for Negro War Relief, met Tuesday night at the residence of Mrs. Ella Barksdae Brown. Miss Anna Ross of the Washington, D. C, school teaching force is visiting her cousin. Mrs. George F. Coakley, 773 Ocean Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin. 292 Forrest Street, spent-last Sunday in Atlantic City. Three prominent Chicagoans who are motoring through the East Col. Wm. Randolph Cowan, Dr. D. H. Anderson and Alfred Anderson, visited Jersey City last week. While here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wil liams. 256 Van Horn - Street. Miss Louise Haley of Oswego, who has been visiting Mrs. W. H. Williams, 262 Van Horn Street, returned to her home Saturday. Dr. E. E. Green of Macon. Ga, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown, 343 Halladay Street, last week Curtis and Joe Mobley and James Patton came up from Camp Dix Sunday Mrs. M. L. Spearman has returned from Oswego and other points In New York. Dr. and Mrs. George E. Cannon and party returned from a motor trip Labor Day. Their itinerary included Washington, Arunde. Richmond - and Petersburg. Mr. Marion Brown, sew ing teacher at Bordentown Institute, after spending several weeks with Mrs. W. T. Williams, has returned to Bordentown. Mrs. Percy Mundane is home after a pleasant vacation spent in northern New York. Dr. T. N. Robin son is ill at St. Francis hospital. Alice Ruth, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. home of A. C. i Johnnnn ji . o. T". 'N It J Parkway. AuV.jrMta.V nor parents. io, Amelia Wheeler Hosklns 34. !? Street. Mr. and Mrs. r.7 IV, I and children have returns more, where they attended? convention. Prof and Mrtij. Moorehouse Colege, AtlanU.T" dinner guests Wednesday of 7 Mrs. Henry Martin. GenlV Forrest, 46 Montgomery Str?if ed the Elks' meeting In Balttt several years General Forreit kT Traveling Deputy ot the m J hlh Elks and actively engaged up the order. """i. At Salem Baptist Church Pu. I -C. Judklns preached at 11 j. I p. m. and served communloa it A 1 Fine audiences attended all tin " I Ices. The collections for uL 1 amounted to $157.87. Pastor 1J and Mrs Elizabeth B. Tbo.ft Monday for St. LoU8 to .TJJ r National Baptist Convention Z on the proram. The Rev. 8 a . derson of Bloomfleld will nil iju i i next Sunday at 11 a. m. and iVi t Charles Bailey, who w&j -l f hiirf .1 kin I. . I Ida May Douthit Is out anla mJ severe illness. Mrs. L. Baily J Avenue was at church last sj! after a long ilness. The B. P n 2 A, L. Ramsey Is holding fin. and growing each Sunday, itlj at 6 p. m. The children's coctwJ Sunday evening was interestinj. i Louise Frazler won the highest ir a wrist watch, and little J Douthit the second prize, a W pen. Several of the children hut J reported. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George W. Court 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. King are ipty vacations up in the CatakUl M tains. 1 Mr. W. A. Degruder and Mr. v Scott are guests of Mr. and Mat of North Branch, N. J. At Bethel A M. E. Church, 8gJ services were largely attended, t a. m. the pastor, having returned his vacation, preached from 1 1 xxxlii., 34. Eight persons united 1; the church. Many visitors wen i' ent Among them were Dr. ELi fler and W. A. Brltton ct Hia City, S. C. Mrs. Nellie MOttmi Jacksonville, Fa, also worship Bethel. The pastor spoke agaii i p. m. from the theme, "Jesus tbe I. of Life." The Sunday School w 2:30 p. m. in a lively scealog,! Superintendent Thomas at his i Five new pupils were added to tit Mrs. R. H. Simmons, 76 Eire At-vice-president of the Flortdi C-was called by a telegram to ut side of her oldest daughter, Erelj-Washlngton, D. C. Mrs. Simmon Jersey City Sunday mornlnjuij rived in time to go with herd! Freedmen's Hospital. Friended Miss Eveyn's speedy recovery, j 4 BRIDGEPORT, COM Bridgeport, Conn. The nib church going campaign for the 1 of September opened at Walten morlal A. M. E. Zion Church 6: and the services were well ittr. The Rev. W. Wakefield of New i nroachnd at the afternoon IT Offering for the day was 191 j f" Sunday the Rev. J. W. McDo Z Waterbury will be the speaker afternoon service. The Rev. 1 1 Buren attended the District Confr? and Sunday School Convention tleboro last week. A full house the one-act comedy giver, under tion of Mrs. L., H. Schowen it last Thursday evening. On the Mrs. Anna Lewis will give t n entertainment. ANNUAL AUTUMN FESTIVAL OF St. PHILIP'S MEN'S GM At MANHATTAN CASINO ' 155th St. & 8th Ave. Thursday Lvening, September 12, 181 MUSIC BY EURSIIALL'S ORCHESTRA Admission - 35 Cents c as al f V.V .III Ill4 I IHH " "The House of Quality" "The Home of Class WEEK qf SEPT. 9. I! "ARIZONA A Zephric Breeze From the West Bringing With It a of Cowboy Frolics and an Atmosphere Subtle Yet Re1 A STORY WELL TOLDHUMOROUS AS WELL AS. HUMAN APPEALING FROM THE START (n THB CAST WILL APPEAR: Tom Brown Walker Thompson Theresa Bluford lne dough Barrington Carter Irene Rlmore James Burr Is Charles Oldea Luke Soot t John Christie Kvelyn Wlls PRICES MATINEE: BOXES 50c. ADMISSION 10c, 20c 30c EVENING: BOXES 75c. ADMISSION 25c, 35c, - c I J B till

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