The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 4, 1912 · Page 5
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V V FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912. THE PITTSBURGH COURIER FIVE I " OCETY . . . .. . .v - "v ; I- f - . . . f . MM El. JcNNIE WATTS BROWN Character Impersonator and Dramatic Reader. In some cities of the United States 'Negroes own and operate Itheaters and halls, thereby giving opportunity and employment to members of the race who would otherwise be denied that privilege. In some of these cities exceptional talent has been developed along dramatic lines and Company No. 8 of Grace Memorial Presbyterian church has contracted to bring to Pittsburg one of the west's leading entertainers in that line in the person of Mme. Jennie Watts Brown, who Married on June 22. News comes of the marriage of Walter W. Scott of this city to Elizabeth loseley of Philadelphia, which took plare on last June 22. Mrs. Scott is a member of one of the Quaker City's oldest, and most prominent families, and prior to her .marriage held a responsible position with one of the large colored businesses there. Mr. Scott has been mentioned for promotion to the management of the Pittsburgh office of the Emancipation Proclamation Commission, and. ilf is likely that the couple will soon reside ; in this city. . At present they are making their home with the bride's parents In West Philadelphia. Testimonial to Rev. Young. One of the most delightrul social functions of the year took place at St. Paul A. M. E.' church, of McKees-port, Monday evening, when the members and friends paid their annual compliment to Rev. W. N. Young and family In the form of a testimonial reception arranged by the noble Stewardess Board of St. Paul church with the president, Mrs. Elizabeth Pryor as geiral chairlady Qf the evening. A very brilliant program was presented at which time testimonials were given by Mrs. Jas. Wheeler, Mrs. Mary West, Mrs. Laura Golden. Miss Mabel Gwynn, Mrs. Wm. O. Banion and Mrs. E. Pryor, whose testimonial led up to the presentation of two neat purses, one to Presiding Elder N. D. Temple and the other to Rev. Young. Dr. Temple responded in a rarely happy frame of mind and his touch of wit and humor were of the classic brand and kept the audience in a ripple during the greater pa.'t of" his talk. The rastor being overwhelmed by the tribute, showed with beaming, countenance his sincere appreciation of the signal honor paid him by a short but pointed response. A solo was rendered by Mme. . C. Montgomery with charming effect and elicited a storm of applause. Music for the evening was furnished by St. Paul's choir. At the close of the program all retired to the . reception room where the pastor, his family. Dr. Temple and Rev. J. C. Young of the West Virginia conference, occupied a central table which was artistically decorated with cut Mowers. A festoon of pink and white streamers was suspended immediately over the table, the color scheme being pins ana white. The affair was a grand success in ' every particular everything working like clock work. Nothing more conld have been expected, it be- !ng gensraled by Mrs. E. Pryor, whose motto is always "success. -yVilliamsport-Pittsburgh Nuptials. Joseph E. Viney of this city was married to Miss Jennie Virginia An-'derson. quite a leader of society, the affair being among the prettiest of the season. About 150 guests were present. .The bride was gowned in" white messaline with .crystal trimmings. The maid of honr. Miss Smith pg' New York, wore a beautiful gown of white voile daintily trimmed in rose buds. Pink massaline was worn by the bride's sister. Clyde Alston and C. W. Anderson . attended the groom.. Gazaway-Jonea Marriage. Rev. Dr. John -W. Gazzaway and Mra. I Jda W. Jones were . quietly married at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Byus. Charles street. North Side, on Thjtrsday evening. September 2G. atT p. m.. Dr. R. H. Morris officiating. Among those pres-ent were:'1 Mrs. R. H. Morris. Miss Carrie Collins, Irs. Thomas Moore. Mrs. Laura .Wilson of Belle-v,ue. Mis. C. D. Patterson. Mrs. C. M. Tanner of Atlanta. Ga., Mrs. Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Sellers. Mr. and Mrs. Johnscn of Toledo. O., aud others. The hridp wore a beautiful gray silk MRS. BESSIE HILL 2227 CENTRE AVE. Carefully L JlrLP-IL Jlllri Y die8' an dies' and Children's and get satisfaction. tY will appear at the church on Monday evening, October 21. Mme. Brown has portrayed leading roles in "The Carib" "Retribution," "Tallaboo" and other plays in Chicago and other western cities - with remarkable success., The following local artists will appear in conjunction with Mme. Brown: Miss Sara B. Writt, soprano; Olof C. Collins, baritone; Arthur L. Boyd, violin, and S. Nelson Arter, piano. Mrs. Erma Whitler, president; Mrs. Robert -A. Lewis, manager; Rev. Charles H. Trusty, D. D., pastor. dress and carried a white fan. The groom wearing a conventional black suit and white vest, tie and' gloves. After receiving congratulations they were ushered into the dining room where a sumptuous feast was manifested. The bride cut the heart-shape bride's cake after which Mrs. C. D. Patterson cut the cake and it was passed to each individual. The bride and groom left Friday morning for Springfield, O., where they will be at home to their many friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Coffee gave a birthday party on Tuesday evening in honor of their ittle daughter, Marie. Covers were laid for twenty. Among those present were; the Misses Hazel Howe, - Jennie Willison, Gertrude . Anderson, . Francis Hurt and LuelTa Crimps, Messrs. Milligan, Willison and Scott. The color scheme being pink and white. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank : Edmonds of Wheeling street, Hays ' boro, entertained in the honor of. Miss Laura Wilson of Sewickley; who has just returned from her .vacation in West Virginia. Those present were as Collow'3: ,Mif. and Mrs). tThoimis Goode, Mr. and .Mrs S. Broadus, Mr. and Mrs. W. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. F. Alexander, Mr., and Mr. P. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Harley, Mrs. J. Green, Mrs. Anna Dorsey, Meesrs. Emit Campbell, J. Campbell, S. Campbell, J. Robinson. P. Law, R. Hobson, S. Pannell of Homestead, Pa.. Miss Elizabeth Barber of Springfield, Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson of Braddock, Pa. Music and games were the features of the evening. At 11 o'clock a most sumptuous repast was served after which all returned to. their many homes, having enjoyed themselves extensively. Mrs. Emily Wright of lSOG-Hills-bcro street, entertained at dinner last Tuesday. Those present were: Miss Daisy Caldwell of Philadelphia, Miss Adessa Cook. Rev. W. L.'.Lea, D. n., Hev. V. D. Clinton. M. D:, Rev. T. A. Fenderscn of Myersdale. Mrs. Martha Clinton. Master W. T. Clinton. .'Irs. Louisa Prinsle "of Lisbon, O., and Mrs. Mary Othello.' -'All had a pleasant stay 'and enjoyed themselves to the extent that they claim? They are coming again. Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson of Dread street, East End, -.'entertained last Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Deckels' of Ne? York city, who were recently married, and will make j their home In .this city. Among the other guests were Mrs. Herbert Bran- ham of Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Bauehr.ian. Mrs. Kusie Lee of 513 Foreland street, entertained Tuesday evening, the honor guest being Miss Bertha Lee of Harrisburg.- Among those piesent were the Misses Lillian Zimmerman, Ella Frazier, Lydia Kelly. La::ra and Madeleine Williams. Edna and Beatrice Scroggins, Louise Ros-ser. Mrs. Mary Scott, Messrs. William Rosier, Robert Myers, Jay Scott and others. The evening was enjoyable spent. The marriage of Miss Maragret Mc-Clain and Stephen E. Howard took place last Wednesday morning in St. Benedict Colored Catholic church. The ceremony was solemnized by Rev. Father D. J. Ha?gerty, rector of the church. Mr. and Mrs. .Jos. Stanton, who have been spending their honeymoon here for the past 10 days, returned to Detroit Tuesday, where the groom has furnished a delightful abiding place for his wife. Mrs. Stanton-who was Miss Anna Lightfoot of Hamilton, Canada, made many friends while here. . She has a very pleasing personality and "is a cultured young selected Fall and Winter Models in La Children's Hats. Kindly give us a call lady. .The many friends of Jos. Stanton- wish . him much happiness with his charming bride. Miss Hurmenia . Turner of Springfield, Mass., and . Walter Wallace of this city, were quietly married at the Presbyterian parsonage, 2830 Wylie avenue, by the Rev. Charles Trusty. Mr. Wallace is one of the postal clerks in this city. He and his bride will be "at home'' to their friends at 24 Junilla street. Mrs. Anna M. Snowden and George A. Green were united in marriage Tuesday, September 10, by Rev. C. Y. Trigg at the Warren M. E. church parsonage. Mfs. Jessie Hedspeth of Denver, Col., and formerly of the North Side,; Pittsburgh, is the house guest of Mrs. J. B. Mason of 1428 Boyle street. North Side. Mrs. Hedspeth has a host of friends in this city. Miss Edna Trico, who has been spending her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trico, of the South Side, returned to Washington, D. C, to resume her studies at St. Anne's academy. The Utopian Social club made its initial appearance among the younger set Friday night, J September 27, at tlie .home of Harvey Charles of Duff street. . Music and . games whiled away the evening after which a most toothsome repast was served. About seventy were "present. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bryce of Barter street,, announce the marriage of their daughter, Gladys, to William Henry Lewis, September 11, 1912. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are at home to frienls at 519 Lockhart street. North Sice. Miss Martha Day of 349 Lowell street. East End, was called to Cleveland Friday on business. Her many friends ar.e .glad to see her back. Miss Corrine Captain is looking much better since she has been living in Homestead. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Honesty, both well known to Pittsburg music lovers, and Mr., and Mrs, R. H. Baker of Washington,- Pa., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Posey. The host and hostess entertained their guests in the royal way in which only they can. . Among the out-of-town guests in Pittsburg Sunday were Miss Jeanette Jones of New. Castle, who spent the day with Mrs. J. C. West, and Charles Stewart of Uniontown, who called upon Miss Olive Hopkins of Center avenue. ' . Miss Clara Phillips of Watt street entertained at her home Monday evening, September 30, in honor of Theodore Harden and her brother, Samuel Phillips, in anticipation of tyeir departure for Hampton Institute. Whist, dancing and singing were indulged hi. affording- sufficient entertainment for a delightfully spent evening. Solos by Miss Helen G. Brown, Samuel Phillips and - Clinton Skinner added much to the evening's enjoyment. A dainty lunch was served by the hostess,, assisted by her mother and - by Miss Brock. The guests were the Misses Lucy Mickey, Willa Belt, Helen Brown,- Ethel Howard, Eulla Brown. -Mildred Brock, Eva Owens, Mary Jones, Lucille Woods, Helen Hopson, Mary Agnew, Lillian Dudley. Elizabeth Carpenter, Leona Jackson, Viola Evans and Samuel Phillips, Earl Sams. Lucelius Jennings, T. M. Johnson, Theodore Harden, Clinton Skinner, fohn Brown,' Richard Hop-1 son, William Jackson, Silas Wlnbush, Messrs. Pankey, Herbert and Golden, Nathaniel Clayton and Garfield Lee. The wish of all was a bright and successful vear for both young students. Ulysses Walters was a Washington visitor Monday. He accompanied the Pearl orchestra Monday evening. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. j Sallee. in Republic street, Duquesne Heights, was the scene of a most enjoyable joint birthday party, last Monday evening, given in honor of the birthdays of the host and hostess. Covers were laid for six, and an .elaborate dinner was enjoyed by Rev. and Mrs. P. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Williams of West End. and Mr. and Mrs. Salle. The evening was in every wav a most delightful one. Mrs. Edward West of SmithSeld. i O., Mr. and Mrs. Harold -Williams of Cleveland, O Wjiham Bradon and -fi r.rana PTirietimi Mr find Mrs. Thomas Christian were enter- i taincd at dinner at the home of M;. and Mrs.' William Green of Mingo; Junction. The M. L. S. C. entertained at the home of Mrs. .Harry Carter for Miss Gertrude Howard prior to her going to Cincinnati to make her future home. . ' Mrs. Louisa Mind of 215 Madison street,"- Greensburg. was hostess at a dinner given Sunday afternoon, September 29, in honor of her house guest. Mrs. Jessie Hedspeth of Denver, Col., formerly a resident of the North Side. Pittsburgh. The honor guests were: Mrs. James Mason and Miss Alice Mason of Norths Side, Pittsburgh, Dr. Banks and James Paris, Miss Mellie Russ of Greensburg. Miss Anna May Thompson .of Jeamiette. Forty-five re'atives and friends of the late Grandison Singleton. Sr.. celebrated their second reunion. Tuesday, September 17, at the residence of Joseph Singleton, in Oakland. After a grand day of feasting the evening was spent in music and a program with the assistance of the Singleton drum corps. Among the young folks leaving for school are the Misses Constance Bush and Nannie Walker, who have departed for Pratt's Institute, Brooklyn. N. Y.. to complete their courses. Miss Bush as milliner and Miss Walker as dressmaker. On Fridav evening, September 20. Mrs. D. E. Todd and Mrs. F. E. Allen entertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stanton. The marriage reception ras held at the residence of Mrs. Todd o: Conklins: . street and was charming and brilliant in every dc-tal. Mit. William Sell. Miss, Mary John. -on and Mrs, W. H. StaiUou as j listed in. receiving the guests. About one huadred and twenty-nve were pre;iut. A moft sumptuous' repast was served. Mrs. Huttie Poovey of Esplanade street. North Side, gave a birthday surprise on her husband, James Poo- vey, on Wednesday evening. Among those present were Rev. Dr. John W. Gazaway of Springfield. Ohio; Rev. Dr. R. H: Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins and'others. Quite a pleasant evening was spent. One of the prettiest scenes Pittsburg's elite has ever witnessed was presented to their dazzled eyes when they entered the beautiful Claybourne street home of Mr. and Mrs. William Stanton on Friday, September 27. The oc?asion was a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stanton, who were married September IS at Hamilton, Canada. In the afternoon Mrs. Ruth Wilson. Mrs. E. W. Johnson, Mr. William Writt and Mrs. W. H. Stanton received about fifty of the older ladies. The evening was- reserved for the younger set, of which about one hundred and twenty-five were present. The New York Cut FIcwer company furnished the decorations. Their knowledge pf the artistic was not lackingfon this occasion, for the table centerpiece as a mass of yellow dahlias and ferns, arranged in the most delicious harmony. Amidst decorations of yellow and green the guests were received by Mrs. William Stanton, in green messaline with ecru lace and pearls and an aigrette in her harf; Mrs. Ed-' ward Johnson in yellow satin embroidered in blue with ecru lace and gold head band and white plumes; Miss Sara B. Writt, in green messaline with white pannier and macrame lact and gold" head band with peacock leathers; Miss Mildred Crampton, in black crepe de chine with pink satin and black lace and hair adorned with pink ostrich feathers, and Mrs. Joseph Stanton, in white crepe de chine with white lace. All wore trains. Mr. Joseph Stanton was also in the XQ ceiving line. To crown and complete 7 the whole there came from the alcove of the library strains most entrancing for Beatty was at his best. John Writt; the caterer, was very consider ate and treated the guests most ele gantiy. Mr. Stanton and his bnue formerly Miss Anna L. Lightfoot, a bright and accomplished young wo- pman, will make their future home in DetrojJ:, Michigan. Women's Clubs The Aurora Reading club met on Wednesday evening, October 2, at tlie residence of Mrs. Davis of Mt. Washington. The members, were entertained by a lecture on the Bahai religion. The Ducks held a meeting last Friday night at the home of Mrs.. Brown of Bessemer avenue, East Pittsburgh. After having their summer vacation the Violet Art club reopened its meetings at the residence of Mrs. Schu-npan, 5146 Jordan street, Friday afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. Ven-ey, Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Caves, Airs. McWhithers, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Dawson, Mrs. Lowry, Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Coy. After transacting important business the hostess served - a very dainty luncheon. They adjourned to meet at the residence of Mrs. Coy, 357 Princeton place. ' The F. E. W. Harper league met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Anderson, C617 I Frankstown avenue, Mrs. I. S. Lee and Miss Bertha Lee of Harrisburg. Mrs. Jennie Anderson gavea! Very interesting talk of her trip through the South. The hostess served a dainty luncheon which was enjoyed by all. The Progressive Charitable club of Pittsburgh favored Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Randolph with a pleasant surprise party on his birthday, Saturday evening, September 28. Mrs. I. H. Howe, president and Miss M. J. Venable, secretary, being ably supported by their co-workers, afforded a most successful evening's entertainment. On Boston Common. vuujpuKiu.i.-ij icw i'cuyic there was once a "spinning school" on Boston Common. Winsor s "Memo rial History of Boston" records that upon the arrival in Boston of some Irish spinners and weavers a spinning craze took possession of rhe town, "and the women, young and old. high and low, rich and poor, flocked into the spinning school, which for want of better quarters, was set up in the' Common, in the open air. Here the. whirr Qf their wheels was heard from morn ing to night." Thirty-five years later ; the Societv or Encouraging Industi-7 , nd Erapl ,n the Poor a a5n llsed the Common as a spinning school. aooui uu youn there. women appearing Her Opinion of Her Sex. Women, says de Maulde la Claviere, are not so frail as people are pleased to say. (They are frail only when they wish to .be. Conceit. A conceited woman is not one who thinks that she is better-looking than any other they all do that but one who Eays so. London Tatler. If You Wani YOU can get them by advertising in thii paper. It reaches the best class oi people in this community. Ufe this paper if you want some of their busin Use This Paper X Sr. il. Sutter DENTIST IS NOW LOCATED AT 6258 FRANKSTOWN AVE, EE. Near Broad Street Bell Phone 1937-R. Highland. BaylessChop House is? , " - ' "'- - v. . '. ; & S f V,; ! :!IH! 7 WM. J. BAYLESS Mgr. 1207 Wylie Ave. EAT Steaks, Chops, Game and Oysters Served in Season. Plenty of Oysters in now. Any style. Phone service at each table. Bell 9138-J Grant. P. & A. 5861-F. Restaurant and LunchJRoom Sty? itastmt P. & A. Phone 3761-Y. First Class Ladies and Gents Dining Room. Meals reasonable. Tables Reserved for Ladies. Open From a. m. to 2 a. m. GEO. W. DAVIS, PROP. 6231 BROAD ST, Corner Broad and Frankstown. THE BEST IN TOWN M. W. MOUNTS OLD BOOK EXCHANGE. Law, School, Medical, Mechanic and Religious Books, Bought, Sold and Exchanged, 626 Penn Avenue, PITTSBURGH. PA. J . B. DAVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 2154 Wylie Avenue. Open, Day and Night. , P. & A. Phone 4771-F. OUR SPECIAL CONTRACT. One hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00) Funeral for One Hundred Dollars- ($100.00), consisting of Casket, Grave, Embalming, Shroud, Hearse and Four Carriages with Crepe and Gloves furnished. All for One Hundred Dollars. Shipping to all-points a specialty, OUR SERVICE GUARANTEED. i if vv.i havp anv . friends in Pitts- j burgh or eisewnere you would line us , tQ send a e of the Courier ; . . ' . .. i drop us a. card and we will mail it j from the office. I MRS.A.MIPQPE TURNTO750 1 A,.f HVT I I II 11-11 n tmw -;i mm lift $ , - 1 pmE III 'W; 1 I ltiri f-T mi Hi ii in il man ! I f 1 I - -- fill -.Civ r T mm ST - ' i-4, ; :.y J (tpApAtt COLLEGE . 7 " , . lis a wen equipped Jerrm--story building i located at 3100 estrmthe ; city of St. Louis. Ma Mrs. A- M. Pope- Turnbo, the proprietress, is a specialist in "iOTl . - . z vTl;i v,; umi ; ing of luxuriant beauuful hair. Her co- lege .contains the . post -modern dec- ; tncal apparatus ana nunareas t wuuieu .u- .niAnfifin fMo ' anu -ZY rwic,.Tc c " ment there daily. I j:.: . 1 In additLn Tthis excellet opportunity in aaoiuon 10 uiis ??.vvy"?'.J afforded S rPof Suis 'and vW- itv Sereubder personal supervision of Mrs. PoDe-Tumbo, a number of young women and girls who are learning ue fundamental scientific principles of scalp treatment and luxuriant hair growing, In her factory (which is directly connect- ed with the institution). Mrs. Pope-Turn- bobas he most modem equipment and usee thr best materials in the mauufact- Bctf ray specialties. i ' T - "v j- H. G. JEFFRESS, Tailor 64 Fulton Street, " Pittsburgh, Pa. Bell Phone, Court 4602, Union Printing Company J. T. CORT, PROPRIETOR, 428 FOURTH AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA. Samuel Iloward, M. D. William Lispcomb, Ph G. WHAT A CALL? Eell Eraddock ikJT9.!. P. & A. 260 Brad. The People's Drug Store PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS FOR Patent Medicines Toilet Articles Chemicals Sundries Etc., Etc. Fine Candies Perfumery Tobacco Cigars Soda. 434 Sixth Street, Braddock, Pa. MRS. E. JONES Dealer and Manufacturer of HUMAN HAIR GOODS Switches, Puffs, Transformations. Straightening Combs and Hackels. Artistic Wig Making a Specialty. 905 WYLIE AVENUE. PITTSBURGH, PA. BARBER, HAIKDRESSING, AND MANICURING SCHOOLS By our method everybody can learn the trade in short time: expenses small . ar.d you can earn money while at school, hend for information. A special invitation is extendi d to prospective colored students, NOSSOKOFF 1202 PESX AVENUE. MITSBURGH. I'A. J A GKSiO.N Funeral Director FINE CARRIAGES FOR OPERA PARTIES, 1209 Wylie Avenue, and " 1303-1310 Bingham St., S. S. ; Telephones: Bell, 9015 Hemlock. P. & A., 13C1-F. The oldest undertaker in Pittsbuiflh and a member of the Undertakers Association. The hump is coming down, but the Courier is growing every day. Have-one sent to your home In town or out of town. It costs the same. E 4.v If G .-. 4'' - - - H'T'at. aaT I The benefits derived from this institu- Hon do not end in St. Louis. In addition ioSer ady lart enage at the col- lEedT a number of clffi an many agents through- a r e Xd wih articles manufactured at -PORO" witn articles manuiaciureu at ruiw JgXlE and use the scientific san 5-. emD,0Ved there. . Rv thi mMni and on the real merits By this means and on ' 44 Dnm ' nradurts nrrt;hi. has estab- lished a lucrative trade in all of the states, . , . w; tv .pnpn" in Canada and in Mexico. Thus -PORO" is achieving a wonderrul success by giv- ing the people a complete scientific sani- iary uicuhw iui ouu uau Her method of treatment is having the desired effect in helping to prevent the spread of diseases, for it is a fact that hair in an unsanitary condition carries germs of deadly diseases which often prove fatal to innocent persons coming in contact with them It would be well for every 1 1 i It Kit . .1 -T ,1 lf-r -. H. G. JEFFRESS Formerly of the firm of Tisem & Jeffiress, 70 Fulton street, Pittsburgh, Pa. which recently dissolved partnership, has located at 64 Fulton street. Call and see my new Fall and Winter line. Prices right. Suits and Overcoats made to order; first-class cleaning and dyeing, repairing and pressing done. Desirable Houses FOR Desirable Tenants Rooming House Centrally located and doing a good easiness. Well furnished. Best of reasons for selling at great sacrifice. Inquire at once. 1012 Wylie avenue. WANTED NOTICE. WANTED 50 boys from Greater Pittsburgh to sell the Courier Friday and Saturday of each week. Come Friday evening to 1209 Wylie avenue for papers. Wanted- An experienced dressmaker,' one that knows how to be foreman in shop and up-to-date cutter. Vddress Fitter, or apply Courier office, 1209 Wylie avenue, city. W.ROWE RESTAURANT P. & A. Phone 3061-X East. Yve serve the best 20 cent meals in the city. Give us a call. 6363 Penn Avenue. Cigars. PITTSBURGH, PA. DANIEL E.J0DD Poultry Butcher Buyer and Seller of Poultry, Game and Sea- Foods Home Dressed Poullry a Specialty 2176 Center Avenue , P. & A. Phone 5151-F Pittsburgh, Pa. Everybody who af aziaea - mwym news paper, bat evarybedy who reads newspapers 'seat kay waaifaea. Catch the Drift? Baraga tie median to reach the people el ' this coBnaaalrj. CQLUjgaiQfitBuNE. 1 --Ji Its' 'itKLS I)iN).r. Hl I f' i Pboto by Sexton. 2339 Market Sc. St Louis. Ma, home to adopt this scientific method of treatment thus insuring cleanliness of scalp and hair. If there is no agent in your city or town. Mrs. Pope-Tumbo will cheerfully explain her method of.treat- ment to all who write to her. Simply ad- dress apodal to "Poro'; 9PUe .f - 3100 Mo, i Mo., and you will receive the desired information. miormauon. Visitors receive poUte and courteous attention when visiting the institution, A H nlnma fmm "Pnro" College reDresents A diploma from "Poro - College represents competency in this science, The girls are given free access to the Kwmu iwnu, vuux buu uiuku wa. may economize their spare moments either by sewing, using the typewiiter or by learning to prepare economic, wholesome meals, all of which are essen- tial to an enterprising young woman f this age. it I iiW'

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