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The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania • Page 10

The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania • Page 10

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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7.5 in I r. A if: TEN BeesS9BSessssK9BaBeess 111 7' sf "Nlwf Rernn." writes he does not care .1 112 LTC w. iv thinks it sneaks for itself. He is sending your correspondent special copy, and when we read it, we iM attempt to say something of Mr. Van Vcchten's accuracy in depicting "eullud doings hereabotits. 0 Irvin Miller's "Desires of 1S27 opened at the Royal la Baltimore Monday, with quite a number of xlever artist in SuSag Homer Tutt, Adelaide Hall. Jlnea and Jacqueline, Ethel Ridley Arthur Porter. The specialties are entirely new to the theatre roin? public Music is selected from the best writers on Broadway. The chorus is. as usual, a dancing novelty. Thirty people are in the cast. The play Newark next week, then the Lafayette. Freddie Washington is making quite a hit in "Black Boy," under the pseudonym of Edith Freddia Warren. As is well Known, sne piayea last season In the Club Alabam revue and was given her psrt as Robeson's leading lady only at the last moment. The Metropolitan critics hare taken her quite seriously and have spoken highly of her efforts. Freddie even fooled ye scribe last week. When preparing our copy for the press her picture came along. Being lined up with Lottice Howell of "Deep River. who is really Tofay," and having changed her name, we were not thinking and dubbed both "white and passed It was not until the paper was off the press that we realized we had either paid a compliment or east a reflectionwe are not fully decided as yet Just which. Anvway. Freddie hasn't ssid anything, so we trust this correction will be o. k. withher. Mrs Gladys White, wife of Walter F. White, author of "The Fire in iit'Ln t. in "Deen River." Bledsoe's opera, as "Juliet When s'een by ye scribe" in her MikmjmtTr lowing her first night on Broadway, sne was an i.nrweu She had lovely flowers sent by admiring fnends, and said she had had telephone calls and telegrams galore bearing congratulataons. Mrs. Whites only other appearance on the stage nas Deen asan amwrur. i mAmna fnr mimita at his Harlem flat, and found himbusily engaged in reading a sheaf of criticism of his first night appearance on Broadway. He apeared to be taking the various comments good naturedly. Bledsoe is from Houston and his home town is whooping Hup for him, much after the fashion St. Louis rooted for the Cardinals, if one may judge from the size of type used for Bledsoe's headline on the 2t page of the Houston Jnforrner. Saltm Whitney has left Harlem Hospital and is now recuper atlng at Miss Jenny Hillraan's, former member of Williams and Walker and the Smarter Set Co. rrr v.Av th theatre with friend wife to see Val "The Son th Sheik." and thought it very good Somehow the fact that Valentino is dead not seem to mar the picture as I had thought. Watching him on the screen, I could not visualize death, so enjoyed it thoroughly. To the Symphony Club for dinner, and mus! concur in the statement that this is Harlem's best equipped dining place. The Symphony orchestra rendered music, and two members ol the Singing Trio did solos. Members of the orchestra are Lester Jetar, cello; Clarence Cummings, violin; Lester Armistead, ano; Harry Wiggins, banjo; Milton Crew, drW' Members of the Singing Trio are Dooley Wilson, Harry Wiggins and Milton Crew. Louis Schooler, formerly advance man for Ethel Waters, is now on Trvin C. Miller's payroll, in a similsr capacity the Brown Skin Models. The Models are this week playing Hams. burg, Lancaster and Cumberland, Pa. "Handy Night" at Small's Paradise was lefcjd Tuesday, 0tobe5 5, in honor of W. C. Handy's book, "Blues," the book by "the Father of the Blues" that contains the best of Jazz and Blues selections. Adelaide Hall, Lottie Gee, Mabel White, Maude Woodson and Chic Collins were the entertainers who helped the crowd make merry. James H. Green, formerly of Green and Burnett, and Philip Austin, formerly of Austin and Deloney, are doing a new act. written hy Shelton Brooks, called, "A Night in the Spirit World. This act has been fully copyrighted and expects to open for Keith. The Troopers Club, at 2289 Seventh avenue, have started their fall cleaning and expect to have everything ready for all their members, so they will be nice and comfortable. All performers and musicians are invited to come in and spend a pleasant evening. Covan and Puffin, who have just completed an eight months' tour over the Keith time, have split, and Louise Keene. who is now with Ethel Waters, will taken RufTin's place as illie partner. The Four Bellhops, with HoTiey Lane, Dick Wheaton, (Cornbread) Walker. Chas. Davis and liOuis Simmons, are stopping the show nightly. Sloe Kid Thompson writes, from London, that the critics claim Florence Mills' revue is the best show that has been there. and that the people are asking for reservations for Christmas te. "Shuffle Along," which has been in rehearsal for two weeks, will open rn Stamford, on the 15th. Minerva Busch has fully recovered from an illness which has kept her in since her return to the city from Atlantic City three weeks ago. She had planned to join Dewey Weinglass "Secrets of 27," at the Lafayette two weeks ago, but was unsble to do so. She spent the summer st Atlantic City with Viola McCoy revue at the Egg Harbor Grill. Aubrey Neal, cometist. and William Alsoph, tenor saxophone, are with Vincentos' Dixie Ramblers at the Bamboo Inn, having opened there tIioca nisvri have iust cottcn into town from Atlantic City, v'here they spent the summer as members of "The Blue Kitten Hawks." Saturday, Neal had a birthday party at his W. 144th street address. Among those present were Mrs. Alberta Posey Arthur Bowie, wiftinm Alnnh. Director Dorsey Davenger, Mr. Griffin, Mrs. Minnie Neal and Bennie Butler. Luther Cherry is getting everything set for Small's Anni versarv next week. Monday night will be Lafayette night. Lt. Fred W. Simpson will appear with his band. Tuesday night will he Lincoln night, combined with Leonard Harper and his Connies Inn Kevue. Wednesday night. Club gambol, famous professional night. Fletcher Henderson will be there. Thursday night, musical night. Willie Gant and his Paradise Ramblers will jszz them up. Friday night the Pepper Pot Orchestra from Greenwich Village will bo there. An entire week of intense celebration. Rucker and Pen in are sailing for London this Saturday to join the Florence Mills Co. Hatch end Carpenter were heard from in Edinburgh, Scotland, last week, where they reported they were having great success. The Seven Eleven Company is, this week, at the Lyric. Dayton, O. Ethel Waters and Abbie Mitchell are, this week, at raenmona, v. n. Drake and his "Go Get Em" Company are playing a return engagement at the Lincoln tneatre. New York City, this week. At the Lafayette, Miller and Lyles present "Dixie Beauties," with Marcus Slayter, Inez Dennis, Emma Hawkins, Russell and Vivian. Montrose Brooks, Andrew Fairchild, Robert Rice, Long and Jackson. Theresa Brooks, Beo. Wiltshire, two dancing brownies and a wondrous Brown Skin Chorus. ALBANY, N. Y. Mr." Ira A. Dorsey having recently recovered from her iltnes. wlahei to thank the many frlenda that visited brr during her sicknoii. Mrs. Kdio. Kidjceway of our city recently visited th Memorial Hospital in Albany, at which visited Mrs. Oore Oliver, who is gradually recovering from a jerlous accident in this city. Mrs. Ridsrewav also distributed several bouquets to neighboring patients. The Manlesa Weddinc Riven at tho Israel A E. Church a short tlm t(o. usdr the auspices Mr. Rick 5s and Mr. Simpson, was indeed a eueees Officer named and Armistice Ey dane planned. Frigate Walter Dixon of the American Leg Ion has elected these officers: Commander, James IT. Harden: first vie com mtndor, John J. Noisette; second vice commander. Henry uoie; acting; aa tutant. tleorite Freest: finance of' rtcer. John Kelt: chaplain. Gerald Ed wards: serreant at arms. William Juhnsoa. Final preparations were mid i for the Armistice night dance, to be piven at Beauman's Academy under the direction of Mr. John. Mr. and Mrs. William Turner announce th birth of their daughter. Henrlett Sophrona. aitd Is the randdaugrhte of Mr. and Mrs. James Freeman 60 N. Hawk street. Mrs. John K6I ette and Jifco Jr. were uests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Streets of Mechanic "Black Boy" VeLicIe Upon Which Former Football Star Rides to Heights "Voice Superior to Peal of Times Square Parish Church Organ' Says Percy Hammond. NEW YORK. Oct. li Paul Robeson, now generally accepted as the Race a greatest actor, made a new hit with Metropolitan critics when he opened at the Comedy Theatre in "Black Boy" last Wednesday evening. "Black Boy" is Mr. Robeson's newest play. It was written by Jim Tully and Frank Dazey, white, and produced by Horace Liveright. It is the story of a prizefighter, fashioned somewhat after the career of Jack Johnson. Alexander Wollcott of The World said: "That ebon and engaging giant, Paul Robeson, was at once the occasion for, and to a reasona ble extent, the justification of the new play called 'Black Burns Mantle, in The News, said "There is much that is suggestively genuine and fine about Paul Robeson, the colored actor. He towers high above the play they have given new play called "Black Boy. Alan Dale, in The American, said "A figure of tremendous, Samsonic force, a voica like a church organ rmrinfir out an anthem, and a per sonality exuding fire and strength, made up the equipment of Paul Robeson, who appeared last night in a multi colored tir. ie on pnze fiehtine at the Comeay Theatre. It was called 'Black Boy. Mr Robeson's escapade was probably de signed to show the soiled and man eev interior of the 'ring as a pro fession, its smeared politics, its odi ous adherents and all the accesso ries that give it "tone." It was a violent and garish affair, with suggestions of most of the calendar's favorite crimes, a sort of 'love in and all the villians that the most exuberant mellerdrammer monsrers could possibly brave. In the second act when perfidiously it was determined that Black Boy should be made drunk, in order to lose the fight, there was a staged chaos of singing, dancing and row dyism that was more bedlamic than Dicturesoue. Hut throughout, itooe son figured as an actor oi graai force, and immense interest. His nerfect diction, his lack of self con sciousness. ana his sense oi numor are all distinctly worth watching ZANESVILIE, OHIO Mr. Emery Myers, a graduate of the Zanesvlll high school, left last week to enter Union university In Richmond. as pre law student. Mr. Myers has also taken a post graduate course here, and waa a wonderful help In th churches and community. roressor ana Airs, ueorse x. simp son, nepbew Rlcbara tuicK L.ueoers. Leonard Bailey, all cf Wilberforce university, were the guests of the former's niece and nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hunt. 17 Dryden road. They mo tored to this city. Miss Jennie wii iamson of Limestone street haa re turned homo from a visit with rela ives in Dayton. J. Misses Margaret Turner and Grace Croomes motored Cambridge to attend a dance. Miss Helen Curtis, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Curtis of West Main street. waa quietly married last Saturday to Robert Russell, this city. The bride Is a graduate of the Zanesvlll hlfrh school. Misses Ruth Callman and Viola Sears entertained a number of girl friends Tuesday evening. October at the callman home, i ne evening was spent in frames and other amusements. Delicious refreshments were served. The proceeds from this party were donated to the Community Cen ter on the big drive. The Misaca Rana Stubblefleld and Sara Jackson will en tertain on Wednesday evenlnjr. October 13. at the Community Center. Mr. and Mrs. Oacr Del'rlest. 3829 Grand boulevard. Chicago, 111., and son Stanton were In the city last week, the guests of Mrs. Del'rlest' sister. Mrs. John Oalloway. They left for Columbus. where their son entered Ohio State university. Mrs. Jennie Jackson of Allentotwn. I'a who has been visitinsr her parents. left Wednesday for Canton. to visit friends and relatives. Word has been received in Zanesvllle. that Frank Scott, a recent graduate of Meharry Medical college in Nashville. had passed the Ohio State den tal examination and expects to open an office In Ohio soon. He Is the son of Rev. and Mrs. T. D. Scott of Ports mouth. and formerly lived In this city. Mr. Thornton M. Tate, 24 Sharon avenue, left Monday for St. Louis, on a business trin and while there will attend the World Series. Mr. William Bates. 214 Norwood avenue. Dayton, passed through Zanesville. enroute homo from New York City, and was the truest of Mr. and Mra. George Jackon. Peoples savings tunK ouiiaingr. Mrs. j. i.s telle Barnett, a former resident of this city but now secretary of the V. W. A. In Cincinnati. Is visiting friends and relatives in this city. Herbert Turner. and Stanford Mayles. CI iff wood avenue, have re turned home from a visit In Columbus. the guests of friends and relativea and were accompanied home by Miss Julia Turner, a student 'of Ohio State university. Miss Olive Batch of Canonaburg, and several friends wer in Zanesville. for a few hours Sunday. Miss Dorothy Luebers. who has been In Irwin. ha returned to her home In this city. Mrs. George Ransom, who has been confined to her home with rheumatism. Is greatly Improved. Mr. Vernon Hunnlcutt, a member of the Miami Melody Lad Orchestra. Dayton. Is spending the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hunnlcutt of Baker street. Miss Mildred Adams and Rachel Dalton of this city have returned home after visiting relativea In Marietta. O. Mr. Joseph Tate of West Main street has returned home after visiting In Marietta. O. GREENSBURGH, PA. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brantley are the proud parents of a baby daughter, born on the 8th. Mr. Alex Jackson spent his vacation in Cleveland. Ohio, last week. Miss Annie Johnson spent th week end visiting her sister in law, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, of Irwin. Pa. Mrs. James Abecomby of Philadelphia. is visiting her mother. Mrs. Anna Swan, of Jeannette, Pa. She will spend several days tn Jeannette and Greensbur'g. Mrs. Louise Tyre returned bom from her sister's horn In Baltimore. where sh spent several weeks. While there sh tck treatments st John Hop pins Hospital. The services at Bfhel (A. M. E. Church Sunday, the lith. i I were well attended. Kev. King SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE PITTSBURGH COURIER ROBESON IS PRAISED BY TO 1 nil I've always thought and said that in the colored people there are actors of innate power, and enormous his trionism, better than all the imported Sicilians, Russians, and those of other Nations. We have them with us, and seldom do we call upon them for assistance. But they are there with the goods. I can recall no failure. Paul Robeson has tragic importance, and a dominant personality that many a star might envy. Last night, he gave an exhibition of some of his powers. They are crudely displayed, but they were unmistakable. I thought that he showed to better advantage in the first act, where he had net won his spurs as a prize fighter. Later, in the ferocious scenes in Harlem, Robeson, did some more obvious acting according to obvious methods, and the curious individuality he stamped upon the first act seemed to theatricalize I liked Robeson hugely. With a voice like his. even Shakespeare would be possible and probable. The supporting company was a good one, and the one girl in the piece was neatly done by Edith Warren (Freddie Washington)." preached two Interesting; sermons. "At 3:00 p. m. the Harmony Singers of Kentucky rendered a concert in the A. M. K. Church, which was very good. The Harmony singers win ap near at the Westminster Presbyterian Church on Monday evening. Mrs. R. L. Linvllle or Winston yalem. Ii. arrived in Greensburs Friday, the 8th. She Is visiting: Mrs. George Grigsby. her niece. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nined and daughter. Virginia, went to Shlppensburg. Pa on Saturday to attend the tuncrai or. aira. Mnea brother in law. CARD ALE, PA. In th absene of th pastor. Rev. L. T. Clement, who attended the Pennsylvania Baptist Convention held In Philadelphia. Rev. Daniel Miller preached the morning services. Mrs. Luvenia Harris, who recently went to Roanoke to bury her father, Mr. G. Martin, has returned home. Among those on the alck list are Mrs. Bady and Mrs. Dickens. YES, SIR! IT'S A FACT! MURRAY'S SUPERIOR HAIRDRESSING ROMADE DID IT IN FIVE MINUTES A Al ft For sale at all draf stares mmd used la every nrst claae barber abep. Prices! Small jar. SOct Urs jer. II OO. Mur rey's special can. 60c If it canaet I obtained, scad 50e and the Mai roar drucrtst for amall larz 1 OO for large ar; SOc for Murray's special cap te Murray Superior products CO. 3610 Cottast Grove Ave. Chief e. 1U. ICFVT' WIVTTI) YOUNGSTOWTf, 0. Mr. Freeman Brown and Mr. Wiley Barrow of Pittsburgh wer guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Xlchola on No. Farland arenue. Mr. Durest Ayers of Pittsburgh spent Sunday with J. R. Holmes. Mrs. J. Carr of Covington street, wno naa been ill for the past four weeks. Is soma better. There was a large attendance at the home coming of th different churches Sunday morning and evening. Logan Lodge, No. 4, 1C of will meet in regular session Boston, Mass. By BOB C. ELIOT Harold Street Phone: Rox 8034 Dr. Benjamin E. Robinson. 404 Co Iambus avenue, returned to th city Tuesday from New. York City. wbr vlsltsd Bia lamer, woo is mtomv 1Uiriaa Ellen T. Blow of tl Hammond Trace, returned, to her son Friday from Washington, v. uuspioa and Norfolk, va vhiti she spent two week visiting; ineoa ana schoolmates. Mrs. at. E. Matthews, ier rae. Everett, returnea 10 tne city Rundav from itttaneia. mil. in guest oi her brotner in iaw ana eia ter. Attorney and Mrs. R. E. Stevens. Mrs. Matthews was accompanied by her daughter Mary. Mra. Gertrude Gaines of New Tork City, who haa been th house west of Mrs. John Brie. J00 W. 8prlnr friend tn Washinaton. accompanied on her trip by her two daughters. Mrs. Mildred Moor and Mrs. J. Lloyd Robinson and grandson, LJoyd, Jr. George Harris of New Bedford. mad a brief business trip to th city last week. Mr. rna, woo Is an undertaker, was th truest of Basil F. Hutchins, during hla stay. Tbo following theatrical perform era war guests at Brlce Hotel during th past week: Gant and Perkins. Brown and Dumont, Mallnda and Dade, Gaines Brothers, George Phil lips, dancing star ox uuciy wmoo and Xtowey wlnlss and hi Koor Daneinr Damons. Becaus or oeain In bia family. Wineglass was replaced by Honny Wood. Rev. it. v. swain, pastor si vr lumbus Avenue A. M. E. Zlon church. spent th weekend in rw rtaven. Conn, wher he officiated at th fun' eral of Mrs. C. S. Whltted. wlf of th Rev. S. Whltted, wno aiea in nua delphla. Mr. and Mrs. J. u. saason ox Sara toga Springs. N. who hav bn visiting hr. lsft th city Monday. Whll her thy wr the guests of Miss Ida B. Gfoss. 124 8pring Aelrf strettt. E. W. Osborn. in the Evening e. b. Barco. Grand Chancellor of Travis') iA i AVa avia Jrt 4rrva 1 the Alnhabetical Order Knights of I knall the play that it afford. Mr. Robeson the chance for his intensive por trait and study, a study reaching in to the innermost souls, of the Negro lad who goes with a child's zeal to the winning of a world's fistic crown; who loses his laurels through a child's vanity and the forced treachery of a woman too wise." Gilbert W. Gabriel, in The Sun: "In the casual and informal manner of Fanny Brice lapsing into Yiddish lullabies. Mr. Robeson Is occasion ally called upon to sing and sings. And so sings that you forgive and zorsret all else. J. Brooks Atkinson, in The Times: business ast week. trip to Miss Emma West of New Fort. R. who has been spending tb summer her as the guest of her brother in law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Handy. 47S Massachusetts avenue, left for her home Thursday to continue her senior year at Roger High school. After th completion of her hisrh school course, sh will en ter nurses' training school at on Of the New York hospitals. J. Milton Daoney, sr veteran post al employee of Richmond. Va wno haa been spending his annual vacation her, left for his horn Friday. En rout he stopped in rw xors. City. was the guest er bis sou. Jack Dabney, while her. Miss Viol Wilson of Brooklyn, N. and Miss Slddantha Parker of Hampton, Vx, who spent th summer In Lltti Boar neo. in. xi wti "IrVnm all hfa hneesr.mnrrtr Mr.ln.. dara last week t'nmntnn and Xremont streets Saturday afternoon. The child was rushed to th City Hospital with a broken leg. possible internal Injuries nt hruliea. Tn ariver oi i was an employee of th Independent Tawl Company. Th National ni(nu mioi Is In a national movement for a del mtA vMmntlAii of Colored Ameri cans Jn the birth elty of th Declaration rt indtMBdcsci during tn Ses flul CentennlaL for th enforcement t. Ik mass meeting at Peoples Baptist ii amhrldre. Among th speak ers were Rev. Oliver Quick. Georg P. Taylor. William Monro Trotter. Mrs. M. cravatn oiropaon. j. and A. G. Wolf. Rev. David Klngh Thnniti anninr October 14th. ThtV n.liti1 a hla church. have a drive on for S00 new mem I Mra. Joaenlne Smith, who conduets bers. Mrs. Dave Walton, who under I a rooming house at 12 Shawmut ave went an operation last week. Is do ing nicely. Th Big B. Club, wnica give dances In Conwell Hall each Saturday evening, ar largely at tended. The revival services at tne Mahnnlnsr Ave. A. M. K. Zlon Church are well attended, ana a numoer ox new members have been received, air. corr Klnr of Todd avenue, is on the aiclc list. Airs, uortn cuis nas returned to her home In Cleveland after a short visit with her aunt. Mra Dave Walton, of Lincoln avenue. Th City Federation held a very Interest ing meeting naay aiternoon. irs. Hsh market at .1121 West Bayers ave mi. umnur Menaerson. aiiss ni tie Tork. Miss Florence Boblnson ana Mr. Radford of Cleveland soent Sun dav In this city. Th annual Bap tist Association opened Tuesdsy morning at tb Third uaptist cnurcn. Oak Hill avenue. Sessions morning nd afternoon, program each eve ning. Closes October 17th. All ar invited. Meals served at tn cnurcn. Hearda Dancing Parlor on Madison street la asm for th season. Miss Maggie Waugh of Urbana. Is the guest of Mrs. tsaran rreeman. airs. William Hill was a pleasing hostess tn members of the Civic League at her home in St. Louis avenue Wednesday nfternoon. Th business session was featured by a splendid report from th delegate. Mrs. Mark King, to tne Mat i eaeration in jo erlin. after which th following or fleers were elected: resident. Mrs. Sullr Johnson: vice president. Mrs. CL If. Lincoln: secretary. Mrs. Ger truda Pettiford: assistant aecretary. Mrs. Daniel Cleggett: corresponding secretary. Mrs. Daniel Lynch: treasurer. Mrs. Robert Price: critic. Mrs. John Dunn: chaplain. Mrs. William Hill: parliamentarian. Mrs. Mark King: pianist. Mrs. L. Underwood. Mrs. John Dunn and Mrs. H. Lin coin wer elected representatives to th City Federation. A delicious luncheon was served by th hostess, after which th club adjourned to meet two weeks hence at th home of Mrs. Underwood In Belmont avenue. Friends and relativea filled th Oak Hill Ave. A. M. E. Church Thursday afternoon for the funeral serv ice of tha lat Dr. Charles A. Petti ford, who passed away at his home in Chalmers avenue Monday evening. follow'na a brief illness. Mr. Petti ford wss born In Franklin, July 24. 18S7. the son of Sara and John Pettiford. coming to this city in 1901. where he had practiced medicine ever since, being a very successful physician. Rev. J. H. Maxwell officiated, taking aa his text, "Know That a Prince and a Great Man Has Fallen This Day." in which he emphasized the many solendld traits of Dr. Pet tlford. Vocal solos. "The Ninety and Nine." by Mrs, W. Redd, and Th Homeland." by Mra R. D. Lynch, were beautifully rendered. Dr. Pettiford was a member of the Osk Hill Av. A. M. E. Church and also Buckey Lodge. No. 4. K. of Buckeye lodg conducting impressive cereraoni "Thanatapsts was recited by Georg Rideout with musical accompaniment. Fitting remarks were also given by Rev. R. L. Thomas. Ample testimony of the universal esteem In which he was held by his Innumerable friends waa beautifully expressed In th pro fusion of floral offerings a the large concourse which attended the funeral. He leaves his wife. Mra. Gertrude Pettiford: one son. Maurice, and one sister. Mrs. Peters. Inter ment took place In Tod Cemetery APOLLO, PA; The Sundsy School was well at tended. Morning and evening serv ice wer conducted by Rev. Nilson of Beaver Falls, due to the Illness of our pastor. Rev. J. H. D. Clsy. Th Kiskt Valy Union met at Blatrs vHie last Sunday. Mr. Earl Johns Is visiting, here, from Pittsburgh. nu. saved th life of a roorar. John Rogers, when sh found him uncon in Kerl Wednesday. Sh traced th smell of gas to nis room ana when she could not open a winaow. crsined entrance by breaking in Mra. Smith found tti escap ing from a Jet and Rogers across tha Ked He was taken to in xaos nital. where his condition was not fnnnH serioua. A man ausnectea as a neemg mw thief, was arrested after th car which was driving, struct vuied an unidentified woman at Tre I mont and Clarendon streets. Tuesday evening. He said nis nam wa woau lrhnla 1H4 NorthtmDtOD StTt. Nichols stopped th car after th accident and was arrested, but an occupant In th rear seat cped Th wnr nt the car. James 0Donnell. of Gladstone street Everett had loaned It th day oerore to jiuorey T.itF enntractor of Revere Beach, O'Donnell said was miorma sr Taylor Tuesday morning that th car had been stolen. Morris Williams, or Alien iirw w.r rnrl waa revived by two police men of th Joy tret station, when they worked over him lor an nour. after attempted to end his llf Sunday night. Hla nam Is on th dsnger list at Baymarket Relief Hos pital. Albert Martin oi xunge Nnrih Cambridge, driver oi a sump cart, aaved his llf when he leaped to uf.tT aa nia two norses were carnal engulfed In a concealed roud hoi In I a dump at Felsway and Myrtl street. iterifnrd Thursday morning. After being assauitea oy mr vouna men In front OI tne uaager building. Albany ana streets. Wednesday evening, nootri Ward 41 veara old. oi junuaira street. Cambridge, was taken, to th Boston City bospitai sunering iron a possible skull fracture. James Leary. white, former substitute letter carrier at 8tatlon A post office, was saved from a Jail sentence in Feedral court Monday, when William It Iwii. former U. B. slstant District Attorney, volunteered I his services. Attorney iewis naa Liurv. who deeded srullty. Placed on probation for a year when told the court th defendant was th sola support of hla mother, wlf and two children. Social Itesna Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of 111 Concord avenue. North Cambridge, wer given a surpris party Tuesday evenlna th occasion belog their fifth wedding annlveraary. A beautiful! floor lamo. a gift of tb guests, was presented to the happy couple. Amonr those guests present were tb following: Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. "Pete" Guy. Mr. and Mra. Elliott Freeman. Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins. Mrs. Ethel Johnson. Mrs. Marguerite Toy Bailey. Mr. Xo ra Batchelder. Mr. and Mra. Robert L. Bath. Mrs. Viola Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Whtttler Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards. Houstan Garrett. Mlaa Ethel Graves. Mr. and Mrs. James John son. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones. Miss Eleanor Mills. Sumner Mills. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Moody. William Push, Mr. and Mrs. "Blutch" Ruffln. Miss Edythe Rollins. Robert Shaw. Mis. Mildred Shuter. George Swain. Mrs. Betsey Davis. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kollins. Mr. and Mrs. G. Buxxell. Elmer Harrell. Carl White. Miss Mamie Tarby and Mr. and Mra. Arthur Tarby. Th guests enlored dancing and cards un til the wee hours. Carl Whit of Al Jolaon's TJig Boy company, enter tained with a groun of songs. It Is rumored among those socially prominent, that Dr. Silas K. (Shag) Taylor, proprietor of Lincoln Phar macy, and a prominent professional woman of Washington. D. are! soon to be married. A grand musical concert was given by. th 172nd Infantry bahd last The Xmptra Savings loan Co, JCaat Mtb street. Phon Rand. Tla. At tlr dinner last Friday night at th St. John A. M. E. Church, a mmbrhtp campaign was started to run for thr month with th follow Inc captains: No. 1. Marlon Kaller; No. Richard Wilson: No. X. Wm. D. Boger: No. 4. J. E. Branham: No. Mr. J. A. Klree No. Murrcll: No. 1. Wm. M. Black: No. Mark D. Anthony: No, 9. Jaa. J. Arnold: No. 10. Mr. Jalta Thomas. The aasoclat director. Rev. a. A. Lneaa. W. T. Clark. V. MeGhee. P. W. Lemon. R. K. Hod, Ir. U. S. Tarter. Wm. R. Con nsr. J. W. WUla. K. Jackson. P. B. Jackson. Robert Reynolds. This campaign la for $10,080 of deposit by members and also stockholders and others to buy more share at $100 each. This la a rac otrprls that has been climbing; from a very small to a great blr Institution doing a million dollar worth of business, own their ovp building, all paid for ana oiipur ouin to nsr nur BMritl. 5 toS WlW. Vaiiy." tils' aavlng bank stJeet rSrn tVW'hom. SundSy from a brief visit to relatives and I la tiseonteat will get a free banquet D. She Wa I lO lOOIHI aurmer nuai en Robeson's performance emerges at a rout to their respective horaes They fine grained, resilient bit of charae tenzauon. i Holyoko street. Tribune: "When Mr. Robeson taf tSLJT: an memories ui iui. uuvu ah will spend tne winier. mnii. fairs fha nlint anrl tft mm at I Hrlffa i i Li. 4. T.mie Gertrude Lopes. yars of icaeb ma wiv.s im wiw i i a vm waa peal of any pipe organ in the Times square parisn. Sava of thi vear. So becom mem bars of th Empire Saving Loan Company as It haa soma of th best and most rellabl peopl of Cleveland transacting th business of this (rest tmatltutlon. Mr. B. Melvln waa Quiatly mar ried last week. Tuesday artemoon, and now Uvea at East lOJrd a treat, be waa a leader la a baaehall team of Shtloh. also an ex trustee of that sam insUtntion. he waa so busy ealWIn. tn bia mew bride that ho hung op on ua be for got th nam of th bride, norm wui out to xu before the elder la all srone. 8t Paul A. M. E. Zlon Church was crowded Sunday to br Rv. P. Toot. Subject. 11 a. ro, "Wash Day In Israel." It waa a powerful erinoo that all wr highly pleased with. Six unnm AlHit rhnrrk. Th blShOB will present on October J4 and 2f. aad preach; th public la Invited. om i T.w.11 the naatnr of th BapUst Church, llth and Tuesday evening at Columbus Av Ra jl. M. E. X.10O enure n. Raymond Sheldon wa th abl conductor. Th Women's Horn Missionary Society of M. E. caurcn waa sponsor ox in After a two month vacation, th first raonthlv meettnr of th Lincoln Musical and Literary SocUty was held Tuesday evenlnjr at th home of th president. Miss Ida uross. i.i W. Springfield street An elaborat program, along lines musical and literary, was planned for th winter months. Severel boxes of elothlnr to be distributed In th rural districts of Georgia wr shipped Wednesday. Th distribution of tbo article will tn rSaeo nf 3. Warklnsr. Miss Johanna Bourln. 1 ITendall street, and Albert J. Richards. 14 Truro street, wer married Thursday. October 7th. at tha homo of th brid. Rev. B. W. Swain officiated. Mis Gladys Bennett waa th bridesmaid and Joseph Glover, best man. Milton Dabnev. 8r of Richmond. Va waa th truest of honor at a stag riven tjr tarron ss. xnomu. tor of th fashienabl Railway Club. his bed for two Keep Your Hair Smooth and Hair Dressing and Nelson Scalp and Hair Cleaner. Us Niton's Scalp and Hair Cleaner vtifc the Hair Dressing Pretty MAKE It Ion and keep It smooth. Arrange it iry a tr ca like, Ua Nelson's Hair Dressing and be proud of the beauty el your hair like thousands of others who have used it. Foc th directions. Be surg yoa get the genuine. It comes ia i attractive metal container, en closed in pasteboard box. If your druggist cannot supply you, send us firy ceaa ia ana we win scna ootn tne KaXBOaT MigXTTACTCXtyO Co RtCHMOrD, Va. 'HAIR DRESSING WTrt today tor fuE inforMr Your Big Opportunity Do" youlwant to make 'tag money quicker and easier than ever' before? Do you want to giro your'full timo or spare time and bejiandsomely paid fbr it? IF SO, BECOME A PDRD AGENT yOKO COCJ EOg of a nserhy fnTO AGENT wh the POUa tnrSTSM qukkly at small cost, and show you how. There are opmlnsjs far anterprialpc. Fe Wesaaa, a oar repceacatativea. to supply the eatioa snde POJiaHArJI AXD TOUT PJtXPARATIONS AND FORQ TFEfcT MEICTS sad to teach the POTO SYSTEM Or HAIR AKO FEA'JTf CULTVKZ. TKmuMnda art mmrnlng big money So Can You! poro college: 4300 St. rerdiaaad Avenue ST. LOUIS. MO, U. S. A. rn CLEVELAND, 0. breakdown, so we are ir.t.:.? 'TT4 bers should sro and other. Rev. I a cret bold such a big con thousand neonle eve Ins and night. Deacon M. Tonehii a crowoea nous rn wno naa paralytic stroke 1 ago. is still In a verv tJon at his residence. i DMVk T. WliamsVr vdH last Sunday to nun cs4 red people: services ill T. fed Cedar Avenue Y. Cedar avenue, the new I Readers will learn in. sls th a otkjroprcsM 'i Dr. Boston J. l'rin. ShUoh. preached a tUt Sunday mornlnn t. MODlt. This without rear or favor 1 atrange minister wur' r.r1 with a roust nr eermo. spirit to run high seventy years of xrom years or ex. ac 0 what the people shou tney want it or rot day all told $31 1. r. good members and fr; to raise money as tSe aiderably behind other bills, alwavs .1 can for Shlloh vsjiw others will iso help i Jt. rare irrt tcr in prfr Und. Miss Viola V'9H singer of Philadclpl "5 for :4 i Vtt 7 iA VA 'V vtiJ eorner of 6ith and 'ri Miss Emma Hwei. nara io a ex miss (. AmZ 1 nl re 1 UJ win poi trrt 51,, i she haa satisflnl I K. tnr.ri rr ,1 1 '4 Jira. David Ii'all or i v.llKl street was confined h. v. V.J Ulnesa the past week. Tbo conference si the 1 I la. tnuren was iarc thla week. W4 In th club parlors Weil islte ning. Amom tho uf rs Vw art Hoyt. nr. iserMs r'n n. r. V'll Milton Dabner. Ji. TEOPLE LIVE LONGEST NORTHEASTERN LIFE Strantre Ym. KNOW. Northeastern Ult surance ompar.y writes ir.fx ance "scientifically. It is ically Correct on ery spplirg tj lhat. vfhy, in Northeaster; you become a lore liver. Try one of its policies m4 convmcea. NORTHEASTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPAXY. Marketer StiL Newark, New Jersrt XJr 1 i i.1 i tatWl I

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