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rfr PAYS TO ADVEI 'TSE—
IT PAYS TO SHOP
For whatever you have to sell, 01
for whatever you want to buy—
IN THESE COLUMNS
SELL CHEMICALLY TREATED
Nationally advertised. The WEAV
ER PRES-KLOTH is sold in all
leading department stores. All
cloths are individually enveloped,
and distinctly priced at 69c. Tour
cost is 35c. Send 35c for sample
and full particulars. Marcus Cloth
ing Co.. 2130-34 Gravois Ave.. Sj.
WANTED A WAITRESS AT 1462
North 24th Street
WANTED: Licensed Janitor, Good
Salary. 3 Room Apt furnished Call
Ruder, AT. 8927.
A 5 Room House, modern except
heat. In good condition. Mill sell
at a Reasonable Price. Call—
FOR RENT —
At a reasonable price to the right
Party. 2 centrally located, modern
Store rooms at 24th and Maple. A
fine location for a Drug store,
Beauty Culture Parlor, or Shoe Re
For further information call AT.
1 Lounging Cot that can be used
for a den or suitable for a spare
bed in a Library room. Like new,
price very cheap. Call Mrs. Sulli
van. WE. 0475. 3319 Franklin St.
ROOMS, APTS FOR RENT
Modern Rooms for Rent, near ear
line, 2422 Erskine St.
Furnished Room for Rent, 2807 N.
24th St.. WE. 2217.
FOR RENT A modern Room, Call
HA. 1368 between 4 and 9 p. m.
Dandy three room Apt., 2130 North
28th St., Reasonable.
2or 3 ROOM APT. FOR RENT.
Own your home. Use our easy
Payment Plan for 90 days. Put
your money in escrow in some Bank
or a Loan Company or with your
attorney. 50 fine houses for sale
E. M. DAVIS,
LICENSED REAL ESTATE
2817 No. 24th St. WE. 116«
8401 North 24th WE. 6066
EMERSON 1.4 UN DRY
<324 North 24th St. WE. 10tr
W ANT TO BIT\
Furniture cf all kinds—dressers,
seds, end tables, chairs and chest
of drawers or complete home—
apartment furnishings- Kettles and
dishes. Sell ug yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart, 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. WEbster 2022
Mix Lemon Juice
Money Back If This Rheumatic Recipe Fails
Good news travels fast—many of the thou
finds of folks who now take lemon Juica
for rheumatic pain—have found that by
adding iwo tablespconfuls of Allenru to one
lablespoonfuJ of Lemon Juice m a glass of 1
water, they get faster relief for the achee ,
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago.
It's no surprise either, for Allenru is a
15 year old formula to relieve rheumatic
aches and pains In fact—if it does not help
—your money back- What could be fairer?
Cy«t Allenru today at any live cruggiaa Only
• aanta—Do it Now.
Did You Place Your
In a Glass Last Night?
Thousands do and wonder why their den
tures remain dull and stained - why they
suffer with offending denture breath. They
fail to realize that water alone is not a cleans
ing agent - but now. there's a great formula
perfected b> a dentist, called Stera-Kleen
that thoroughly cleans false teeth like magic -
no brushing’ Simply put a little Stera-Kleen
Powder in a glass of water-soak
your teeth — now they sparkle,
are really dean and look like
the day your dentist said.
"Don't they look natural?" Try
Si era-Kieen - lasts long - costs
only 30< At all druggists.
•Id Farmer s Recip? Mix Allenru and I
Lemon Juice to get quick relief from pains I
of rheumatics and neuralgia Druggists
Save Allenru — grocers have lemons.
HELP US! HELP THE POOR
THE VOLUNTEERS OF
JAckfion 2290 15th & Chicago
("BY H. W. SMITH)
The RR BOys are very much on
| in giving good service on wheels.
The Paxton Hotel with the Race
Horse headwaiter, and the Capt.
who carries a French name and also
Capt- Booth on the partys and the
. quick stepping crew of line waiters
streamlined broiler and the machine
gun fry cook....all are doing a
mighty fine job.
The Fontenelle waiters are still
A SIX ROOM, MODERN HOUSE.
NEWLY DECORATED. ONLY 1> ,
BLOCKS FROM CAR-LINE. $’5 00
PER MONTH. CALL—
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
'or Pleasure. Send Dime for meisi
>ership blank. H. Brookes, 317
Wendell, Chicago, I1L
for Popular Brands
| of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
E —Always a place to park—
STORAGE & VAN CO.
Local and Long Distance
1107 Howard, W. W. Roller, Mgr.
King Yruen Cafe
201014 N. 24th St. JAckson 8575
.Open from 2 p. m. Until 3 a in
American &. Chinese Dishes
Fill Y our Bin!
HELP AMERICA WIN
ALL GRADES CO AL. COMPARE
Convenient Plans can be
Call or come in and see us.
American Coal Co.
17TH & IZARD AT. 3670
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16™ ST.
Relieved in 5 minutes or
doable your money back
When excels stomxch ecid ceueee peinful. snfloeet
ing gas. sour stomach and heartburn, doctors usually
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
symptomatic relief—medicines like those in Bell-ana
Tablets No laxative. Bell-ins brings comfort in a
Jiffy or double your money back on return of boOlt
to us. 25c at all druggists.
tops -.. .all good men:
The Omaha Club w liters are very
much up to th-. standard. . . taking
care of the members and their
friends in good style
The "White Horse Inn has a very
fine crew of waiters.
Mr. Fred McDaniels one of the
Burlington RR’s trustworthy em
ployees is dishing on- good modem
service at the station.
Brother John Evans is the to;>
man at the Rome Hotel.
FLASH: Say waiters let's all take
a very firm stand to keep ourselves
in very good condition to take .care
I of the holiday business, as we ull
jare looking to be rewarded a$d in
I that way we are h tiring each nth
i THIS WEEK
Lyman Epps personal friend of
jJohn Brown died in Lake Placid,
New Congress to take up anti-poll
I LT. S. Senator Taft and GOv. Brie
ker, both of Ohio met in St. Louis
i at the GOP meeting.
Naval Hero Charles J. French on
the air from Coast to Coast.
Mr. McCowan the high-powered
salesman very busy writing life in
surance policies at all hours.
4C Club had a stumt meeting -on
the evening of Dec. 4th. This wri
er had the pleasure of a rapid fire
visit with four lovely and Interest
ing ladies. Miss Allie Smith, Mrs.
Pearl Burmell. Mrs. Crouch. ;md
Read the Omaha Guide and keep
Mr. Vern Wheatly and some of
his friends in a northside business
souse on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. P. T. Mahanunitt very busy
w-ith the Boy Scouts.
John Dotson on the sick list
"Walter "White executive Secretary'
of the NAACP very busy with the
Anti-Poll tax bill for the new- Con
Cab Calloway and his band sign
ed for a dream picture.
St. John's AME. Church quarterly
meeting a success. All the auxil
iaries made good reports and we
should all give Rev. Ridley and the
members a great big hand.
Colored Soldiers in Ogden. Utan
chase cafe manager out of his place
DO TOD WART A BABY?
New Vitamin Combination Brings Hop
to Childless Homes
Nothing equals a baby to bring com
plete unity and happiness into the home
and tie husband and wife together in a
stronger bond of enduring love and mu
tual interest. Divorce is rare in the homes
of couples that have children.
Unhappy wives, chi’ Hess due to relievo
able functional weakness may now enjoy
the desires and activity of Nature's m et
wonderful creation—a normal, fully-de
veloped, vigorous woman. A sensational
new vitamin treatment specifically for
women may be just the thing needed by
the childless wife and quickly bring the
happiness of a baby in the home. It is,
of course, absolutely harmless.
If you are childless due to functional
weakness and lack normal vigor—if you
wish to eliminate one of the great causes
of unhappy marriages, by all means try
Perlex for one week. To introduce this
new vitamin combination to a million
women quickly, the Perlex Company,
314 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Illinois,
will send a full $2.00 supply for only S1.00
and a few cents postage. Send no money
—just your name and address. Perlex
comes in a plain wrapper—directions are
I very simple and no diet or exercise is
i of business for refusing to serve
Ggt Joe Louis carries the flag in
a military parade at Fort Riley, Kan
Congressman Mitchell on a lect
ure tour in the west.
Frank E. Gann tt of Rochester,
i X. Y. mentioned as National Chair
man of GOP Committee.
Jerry Simpson in Omaha.
Have you looked at the Brown
dolls at the novelty’ store. They
are very beautiful.
New York City faces a meat short
age as does the west coast cities.
It has been said that horse meat
may be the answer to their problem.
Ned Moore in Omaha.
42.635 missing in action in the
army’ forces includes, Shilors, mar
ines. coast guardsmen and Philin
Roosevelt Post American Legion
No- 30. purchases property at 24tb
and Parker St. We should all give
the business houses of our rae~
-ome trade and help them as they
are just what we make them and
we truly hope to get good service
when we trade with them as we all
know satisfied customers will make
mention of how they are serv* d.
On Sunday evening Dec. 6th this
writer attended services at Zion
Baptist Church and the beautiful
Olympia choir rendered some very
lovely songs and the very interest
ing sermon preached by Rev. Claude
Williams was well worth listening
j to and very inspiring and to tht>
VET CHEF IN* TOWN
Bill Triplett, a veteran chef cook'
on the Union Pacific lines is in O
maha visiting at home for a brief
spell with his wife, at 2711 Wirt St.
HONORED AT DINNER
Mesdames Edna Thomas ami
Jodie Redman were co-hostesses at
a dinner party Sunday honoring
Mrs. Thomas’ mother and husband
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Caldwell. A
very enjoyable dinner was served.
This was in the home of Mrs. Tho
THE l*P TO DATE
The Up-tO-Date Club met Friday
Dec. 4th at the YWCA at 4:15 p.
m. Plans were discussed and made
for the month of December. A
Christmas party, to be given Dec.
18th was discussed in full. Next 1
Friday Dec. 11, the club will have
a program in which all members
Florentine Crawford, Pres., Bar
bara Jean Edwards, Reporter. Miss
Rozella Thomas. Sponsor.
The Optimistic 12 met on Decem
ber 2. at the home of Charlotte I
Preston. 2314 Charles Street. As J
this was the first meeting of the
month, it was devoted as usual to
business. Due to the resignation
of the Vice President it was nec
essary to elect a new one who is
Ruby Artison. The program for the
month was planned. The next
meeting will be at the home of Ruby
Artison. where we will have a Panel
Discussion on “War Marriages.’
Rozella Thomas, Pres.. Florence
JACK HALL, Reporter
First of ail we want to say Zions
Ushers, under the guiding hand of
their president. Mrs. Todd, and the
hearty cooperation of her “Busy
Bee" Workers went over the top a
gain Sunday before last, when they
put on their Annual "WomanlesS
Tea" for the time being we'll sa.v
‘'Tea" because our Usherettes
thought to add a bit of color to the
3*fa#r They’d better comt and
show their colors and they did in
a big way. To have been there and
see the beautiful gowns that were
worn by them, you'd never accuse
them of being usherettes. Your re
porter with his limited knowledge
of describing and naming the “Two
tone and Rainbow combinations of
gowns they wore, was one on me.
The table to begin with was cov
ered with a beautiful laced table
cloth. on which was an assortment
of nuts, mints, cake and everything
nice, including two charming Ush
erettes. who sat there to pour the
Tea and pass the “ammunition”, C!
I mean cake- excuse please. To say
everybody who came especially the
r. shers from o'Uc' locals which
v is many, had a nice time would
V-dly be ert u,-i. Sun: Bro. Hul>
• ■ •ni and “Bud ilu-.l you should
have been there—so much for the
While on my Sunday Usher inspec
Don tour, I chanced to stop in and
gave a short talk to Mrs. Harris
and her group of Paradise Church
which is small in number but al
i ways on the job. Then I journied
to Bethel AME. and Pleasant Green
there I found the President^ doing
a wonderful job with their Midget’
| Ushers, course you know that's a
group of smaller than the .Tumor
To the Usherettes who served
over to the Elks Hall on Monday
night. Nov. 30th the occa«on being
the burning of the mortgage on the
building over which J. Finley Wil
son the Grand Exalted Ruler presid
ed^ wish to thank each of you. Do
not forget Usher Tag Day Dec. 13th
at St. John, see your president for
your tag- Cabinet met Sunday Dec.
6th at Mrs. Wession on Blondo St.
Bye. bye now. I'll B-Cing U.
THE FIRST MISSION OF THE
GOD-SENT LIGHT of th - World.. .
greets you with the word of peace.
We are thanking and praising the
Lord for His loving kindness to
ward the children of men. Services
of the pass week were splendid. The
spirit of the Lord God ran high
Sunday evening. Everyone present
felt the spirit of God. We are in
Jesus' name the public in invited
to our Wiener roast Saturday even
ing at 2734 Blondo St. Services on
Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday at
J P- m. Readings daily by appoint
ment JA. 0448.
young peoples fellowship
The Young Peoples Fellowship
met Sunday December f>, at the
home of Mrs. J. D .Crawford at 6:3d
p. m. As it was the Business Mem
ing. plans were made for the month
of December. Next Sunday Dec. 13
we will have an interesting prog
ram with the showing of "War pic
Florence James, President. Roz
ella Thomas. Corres. and Asst. Secy.
Mrs. J. D. Crawford. Father G. A
Stams, Sponsors. J
Word comes to us that Mr. Jake
Todd is seriously ill in the Doctors
hospital at 29th and Dewey ave.
SI RPRISE DINNER PARTY
Mrs. Ivory Barge of 2516 Decatur
St., was honored Saturday night.
December 5, with a Surprise Din
ner party at the resident of Mr. and
Mrs- James Crum. 2633 Grant tet.
given by the Choir of the Church
of The Living God. 2316 North 25th
St., of which she is the pianist. Mrs.
Barge was overly surprised with a
three course dinner and the many
beautiful gifts that she received.
The guests present were Mr. and
Sirs. P. Barge, Rev. and Mrs. M. I..
Steele, Mr. and Mrs. James Watson
Mr. and Mrs. James Crum, Mrs A.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. I. Cook Jr.,
Mrs Frank Brown. Mrs M. Patton,
Mrs. H. Cook and Mrs. Johnson.
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D. St. Clair. Pastor,
F. Burroughs, Reporter,
‘‘O praise the Lord all ye nations:
praise Him, all ye people For Ilis
merciful kindness is great toward
us; and the truth of the Lord en
dureth forever. Praise ye the Lord
.... ”—Psalms 117.
Does your soul need a lift? Is
it starving for the want <xf the
bread of truth or thirsting for the
living waters? Is so, then go to
church, hear the men of God as |
they break the bread of life a717*
point the way to the life giving I
The activities 0f the Church and
auxiliaries for December are as fol
Sunday December the 13th Rev.
C. Adams Pastor of Paradise Bap
tist Church will deliver the message
Dec. 13th through the 20th the
Church will observe its 4Gth.
anniversary. Sunday is the opening
The dollar rally is continued and
all members are asked to give c.ne
dollar next Sunday.
The BTU. is planning as their
special effort a Christmas stocking
The Willing Workers cluo is spon
soring a Buffalo Round Up.
The Helping Hand Club is mak
ing r Joseph's Coat. All members
and i lends are working hn> d to
complete this coat bv the last Sun
day Dee. 27th. All th:s time the
completed coat will bv pi-SeCted to
i the Church. Also a playlet will fcn
Special Christmas musi'- is being
prei-a red by the choir.
Everybody is invited to our gerv
Mr. M. J. Caldwell of Omaha, Xt
j braska and Mrs. Ivar Hayes form
erly of Omaha more recently of De
troit. Michigan. were quietly mar
ried at the Cleaves Temple Parson
age by the pastor, the Rev. L. A.
Story on Saturday, November the
21st at 9:30 P- m. Mr. Caldwell i/J
a popular member Of the Zion Bap
tist Church, where he has served
as an usher for a long while: Mrs.
Hayes is a very prominent member
of Cleaves Temple CME. Church and
the mother of the very popular
Mrs. Edna Thomas who witnessed
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Caldwell were
host and hostess at the Thanksgiv
ing Dinner sponsored by the St
• John AME. Church to Mesdames
I Sara Stamps and Mrs. N. B. Brewer
| also a recent bride.
Mesdames Sarah Stamps and Ed
ith Grant were co-hostesses at a
breakfast last Monday at ten Oeiock
honoring Mesdames X. B. Brewer
and Mrs. M. J. Caldwell, both rec
ent brides. The table was beauti
fully decorated in keeping with the
occasion, with a beautiful center
piece of wedding bells lighted and
place cards with pictures of brides.
Mr. Caldwell, one of the grooms was
present, but the Rev. x. B. Brewer
who married the former Mrs Bea
trice Gray, was unable to attend
because of his church activities els,
where. A most enjoyable time was
had by all present. Mrs. L. A.
Story was the other guest wife at
tended this breakfast. It was given
in the home of Mrs. Sarah Stamps.
The Senior Missionary society of
Cleaves Temple honored Mrs. X. B
Brewer In a farewell tea at the
home of Mrs. Sarah Stamps. 21! 4
Lake Street. Thursday afternoon
from 2 to 5 p. m., Dec. 1th. All the
pastor’s wives of the city with the
president of their Missionary .So<’
|iety or a representative were in
vited as guests to this tea. Mrs.
Brewer, who formerly taught Adult
Education in the city will leave
soon to join her husband, the Rev.
X. B. Brewer in Coffeyville. Kansas
She will be greatly missed by her
church particularly, as sht was ser .
ing as Superintendent of the Sun
day School, Director of Relig;ous
Education, Chairman of the Spirit
ual Life Committee of the local,
missionary Society, a teacher in the
League and Secretary of the Presi
Mrs. Brewer is now serving her
second year as Annual Conference
President of Kansas-Missouri An
SOME PLAIN TALK ABOl'T
(Continued from page 1)
Usually hard-to-achieve, but always
useful virtues of tolerance, good na
Whites need to realize that the
American Negro is coming of age—
in saying which, we don’t ■want to
soundpatromzing. The achieve -1
ments of Marian Anderson, Joe Lou-1
is, Paul Robeson and innumerable
colored artists writers, athletes, law
vers, doctors and editors are worthy
of anybody’s respect and admirat
Negroes should be helped and en
couraged in these activities—and al
so in the more utilitarian matters
of equal breaks for jobs in all parti
of the country and a fair show in
politic*. We should all get firmly
fixed in mind the fact that a norm
al NegTo. like a norma! white or
yellow or red man, is a good citiz
en in direct proportion to the
strength cf his belief that the soc
iety he lives in is giving him a fair
A Good Carpeting in Pastel Colors
This is a reversible broadloom from which we
makes rugs of any length—choice of dusty rose,
apple green, maple tan and baby blue. Costs
less than most oroadloom carpeting, makes
good, comfortable rugs, per square A
9x9-fo:t Rugs, ends bound. 30.00
9x13-6 foot Rugs, ends bound- 43.50
9x15-f <©t Rugs, ends bound — . 48.00
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
The colored people, ca the other
hand, would be well advised to re
member the ancient truth that
Romewas not built in a day.
It gets you nowhere to blame your
own troubles or shortcomings on
the fact that your ancestors—cruel
ly and unjustly, it is y true—were
brought to this continent 200 or
300 vpars ago against their wills.
The thing that matters is what ' ou
do or don't ;imount to in your own
The facts about .- merlcan N _i o
es in this g -ne-a. ion are that iht \
are getting hette. break.- in our so.
iol syst'-.n all the time. »hat ’.he Ne
gro has more well ni-’.i is eve v
day among American writer that
the old fashioned Negro hater is
shringing swiftly in size, influem
and public respect. Witness the
Georgia white voters' recent scrap
ping of oGvernor Eugene Talma dge.
This happy condition shows s gas
of continuing and broadening or.
until the Negro Question is solved
to the general satisfaction—if 1, it I:
Whites and Negroes will let mat
ters develope naturally. If either
group lets itself be nerve-rack 0 bv
the war into some Sort of exfremi
hysteria, the consequences can i>
lisastrous all around.
DEMANDS FI LL USE OF
(Continued from page p;
vital” concern with the implications
involved in propsed compulsoiy
service legislation before there ha -
been a maximum utilization of ex
isting manpower and suggested cr
tain patterns and areas of discrim
ination based upon race and coin
which it urged the committee to ex
plore to their logical conclusion
with the view to providing reined
ial measures. Among the sou ref
from which a wealth of material
could be obtained the NAACP list
ed the Pair Employment Practice
Committee. War Manpower Comm
ission. Office of Civilian Personnel,
Services of Supply War Deport
ment .and the files of the Associa
"The whol: history of the joi.
NORTH 24th st
collT N. 114ill At. VV E. 4^4i
LOOK AT YOUR SHOES
Other People Do.
Our Half Solelng Method leaves
No Repair Look on your shoea
We Use the BEST Material.
BAR & BLbb ROOM
E McGill. Prop
2423-25 NORTH 24H. Si
WINE, LIQUORS, m.«i
Blue Room Open 8 p. m. to 1 a. n>
Open for Private Parties from
2 to 7 p. m.
WE SPECIALIZE IN MIXED
Krte Delivery from 8 ar m to
JA. 941 i
WF. CARRY A FULL LINE
OF BONDED LIQUORS
Mrs. Leroy Wright entertai n in
her home on Sunday Evening last
j at a miscellaneous shower for Miss
i Betty Davis, who is to be married
i to Dr. Arthur Pittman on ChriLnrma
The shower was attended by the
| MesdameS Charles Dickerson Jr..
| Victor HOJly. Bennie Brown. J. B.
! and Russell Bryant and the Mtees
j Crumble}’. William Ware. James Lee
Algernon Pryor, Olive Willis. Celes
tine Smith. Jeanne Wright. Irene
Harrold and Ella Wright
Gifts were also presented by the
n— Earl Van Foote Richard
! Graham. Herbert Wiggins. Jr.. Wij
la West, and Clyde Harrison.
training for defense work in tb*
South.” said the NAACF. “shows
the willingness to capitulate to loc
al and sectional prejudices."
j The NAACF statement call d at
tention to the regulating to and re
stricting of Negroes to subordinate
services from which qualified and
educahle Negroes are not upgraded.
The statement further charge*!
that industry has so far failed to
give even token employment to Ne
gro women at a time when white
women have been widely integrat
ed into the training and employ
Examination of the following res
trictions obtaining in the armed
forces was also used: the setting up
of a quota system limiting Negro
recruitment to a ration of 1 iO 16
whites: the failure to use Marine
Corps and the Navy at officer level.
The NAACF pointed to this con
tinued fixation of status, either by
custom or implied understanding,
consigning a group of the American
population to specified classificat
ions in the armed forces or work
opportunities as being not only a
“dissipation of precious and irre
placeable manpower, but a system
of proscription entirely alien 10 a
government which calls itself a de
24th AND LAKE STREETS
Auto Parts Wanted
BURNED, WRECKED or
DILAPIDATED. CARS AND
TRUCKS. BRING ’EM IN
PARTS FOR CARS
CONSOLIDATED AUTO PARTS
2501 Cuming St. Phone AT. 5656
Furnish Your Entire House
hold at the ‘Omaha Outfitting
They carry Furniture, Washing
Machines, Radios, Travelling
Bags, Jewelry and All Kinds
2122 North 24th St
Phone AT. 5652
I BONDS * STAMPS |
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Wanted A Young man, 17 years or an older man,
who can be a Mechanical Helper in the shop.
Good Pay. CALL AT —
UNDERW OOD TYPEW RITER CO.
1721 Douglas Street
Costs only 3C per day : Pays up to $325 per year
Accidents and Sickness strike quickly and Hospitals demand Cash. Federate
Hospitalization Insurance meets this emergency promptly by providing
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