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J Justice stice Robert H lerrell lest the thecity th thcity thecity
city for Xew Nci York where he spoke spokelast spokelast spokelast
last night nightAttorney nightAttorney nightAttorney
Attorney James A Cobb Congress Congressman Congressman Congressman ¬
man Bennet Gilchrist Stewart ad addresscd addres addresced
dresscd dres cd a large irceting g in NewYork NewYorkcity NewY Neiviorkcity ork orkcity
city Monday Ionda night nigl1t Attorney J D DWetmore DVetmore Detmore
Wetmore etmore presided presidedDont presidedDont presidedPont
Dont forget the Japanese Operetta Operettaat I Iat
at True Reformers Hall November November18th Novembef18th
1 18th 8th
8thMrs
Mrs Irs E L Williams ViJJiam has returned returnedto return d dto
to this city after a pleasant visit to toher toher toher
her sister Mrs Lizzie Rodgers in inVirginia inVirginia n nVirginia
Virginia VirginiaMr VirginiaMr VirginiaIIr
Mr D W V Thomas has gone g nc to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit his son Mr Charles Thomas in inCincinnati inCincinnati inCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio OhioThe OhioThe OhioThe
The Voss Club wil w tvi 1 give its first firstcomplimentary fir fircomplirrcntary fire firecomplirrentary
complimentary hal November 2nd 2ndThis 2ndThis 1 1This
This ball will be followed by others othersDecember othersDecember I
December 31 Friday February 5th 5thFriday 5thFriday I
Friday Fridd March 5th and Friday April April2nd April2nd j j2nd
2nd Mr L L K Chambers President PresidentThomas PresidentThomas I
Thomas M L Byrd Vice President Presidentand Presidentand Presidentand
and Herbert J Robinson Treasurer TreasurerMr TreasurerMr TreasurerMr
Mr A D Watson who has been beenquite beenquite beenquite
quite ill for several weeks is able tobe to tobe tobe
be out again greatly to the gratifica gratification gratification gratification ¬
tion of his many man friends friendsMr friendsMr friendsMr
Mr Ceo W V Robain will lecture at atthe atthe atthe
the iQth street Baptist Church Friday Fridayevening Fridayevening Fridayevening
evening November 6th Mr Robain Robainis
is being brought forward by Mr A AD AD AD
D Watson who need no introduction introductionto introdu tion i ito
to the public of this city cityDr cityDr cityDr
Dr George W V Moore a graduate graduatefrom graduatefrom graduatefrom
from the Medical Department of ofHoward ofHoward ofh
h Howard award University s now practising practisingm practisi1 practisi1in
m in Roanoke Va VaMiss VaMiss VaHiss
Miss Lucy McGmnn has returned returnedfrom returnedirom returnedfrom
from New ew York City Cit where she has hasbeen hasben hasbeen
been visiting friends friendsMi friendslIi5 friendsMiss
Mi Miss > s Lenora Winfield who has hasIwn ha6l hasbeen
been l > In the guest of Miss Marion larion Scott Scottha Scottha Scottliar
ha liar < returned to her home in West WestMedford WestMedford I
Medford Mass much pleased with withWashington withVashington vitliWashington
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Washington and its people regretting regrettingonly regrettingonly
only that she was not able to return returndl returnx11
dl 11 of the calls from friends on ac account acount account ¬
count of the recent illness of her herfriend herfr herfriend
friend fr nd Miss liss Scott ScottMiss ScottMjs ScottMiss
Miss Mjs Marion T Scott ott of 903 03 gth gthSt 9thSt 9th 9thi
i St X W V entertained a large num nuutber number number ¬
ber of friends at a reception given givenfor givenfor givenfor
for her guest Miss Leonora Winfield Winfieldof Vinfielc1of
of West est Medford Ied ord Mass Wednesday Wednesdayevening Vednesda Vednesdaevening
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evening evening October 14 There were wereabout wereabout wereal
al about > nut 1 110 10 guests present Everybody Everybodyseemed Everybodyseemed Everybodyes
seemed happy and enjoyed themselves themselvestill es
till a late hour There was piano pianoand pianond pianoand
and nd string music in attendance attendanceMiss attendanceMiss attendanceMiss
Miss Flossie Hunt who has been beenvisiting beenvisiting beenvisiting
visiting friends in Chicago and New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York has returned home much Pleased pleas pleased plea5cd ¬
ed with her trip tripMr tripMr I IMr
Mr George S Contee formerly of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city now of Denver Colleft this thisweek thisleek thisweek
week for his home in the West after aftera j ja
a most enjoyable stay with his dis distinguished distmguished distinguished ¬
tinguished mother motherMr motherMr motherMr
Mr Contee was entertained at a asmoker asmoker asmoker
smoker last week and other social socialfunctions socialfunctions socialfunctions
functions were tendered him himMiss himMiss himMiss
Miss Henrietta Vinton Davis the thewell thewen thewell
well known elocutionist will appear appearat
at the Metropolitan Church Friday Fridayevening Fridayevening
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evening November 13th Dont fail failto faitto failto
to hear her herITS herITS herITS
ITS A DAUGHTER DAUGHTERAttorney DAUGHTERAttorney DAUGHTERAttorney
Attorney J Douglas Wetmore and andwife andwife andwife
wife announced the birth of a daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter Wednesday October 8th at 910 910a
a m Hellen lIable weight ten tenpounds tenpounds tenpounds
pounds poundsMr poundsMr poundshlr
Mr and Mrs Irs Wetmore will please pleaseaccept pleaseacc pleaseaccept
accept acc pt the congratulations of the Bee BeeCOMJEDY
COMJEDY COM DY D1This rNTO1 NO MEN IEN ALLOWED ALLOWEDThis ALLOVEDThis
This comedy written by a young younglady younglady younglady
lady well known in our public school schoolcircle schoolcircle schoolcircle
circle to have been produced at the theTrue theTrue I ITrue
True Reformers Hall on the 2nd of ofNovember ofNovember ofNovember
November under the patronage of the theWomans theVomans theWomans
Womans Guild of St Lukes P E EChurch EChurch EChurch
Church it is said will be postponed postponeduntil postponeduntil postponeduntil I
until further notice It was found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that the persons haying ha ing the comedy comedyin
in charge were unable to produce it itsatisfactorily itsatisfactoril itsatisfactorily
satisfactorily satisfactoril at the date fixed for the theentertainment theentertainment theentertainment
entertainment entertainmentREAD entertainmentREAD entertainmentREAD
READ THE BET
THE WOMANS DAY DAYMRS DAYI DAYMRS
I MRS llS JONES JO ES PRESIDES WITH WITTDIGNITY WITHDIGNITY VITHDIGNITY
DIGNITY DIGNITYThe
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The Womans omans s Day Exercises which whiclwas whichwas whichwas
was celebrated unday evening Oct OctiSth Oct18th Octt8tli
iSth inst at the Metropolitan A M MK N1iZion I IZion
K iZion Zion Church D St between 2m 2mnd 2nd 2ndI1d 2ndnd
nd 3rdSts S W V under the auspices auspicej auspicesif
j if > f the th Womans omans Home and Foreign ForeigrMissionary ForeignMisionary ForeignMissionary
Missionary Missionary Society of that Church Churcrwas Churchwas Churchvas
was a success in every particular particularMrs particularMrs particularMrs
Mrs Lizzie Scott Jones the Presi President President President ¬
dent of the Society and who acted as asmistress 3S 3Smistress asmistress
mistress of ceremonies presided pre ided with wiUher withI withher
I her usual amount of dignity and the thtprogramme theI theprogramme theprogramme
I
programme which was very elaborate elaboratewas elaboratewas elaboratewas
was carried out with great satisfac satisfacton satisfacfon satisfacton
ton to all present The pastor Rev RevW RevV Rev1V
W V A Ray DD preached a very verytouching verytouching verytouching
touching and interesting sermon de defining defining ¬
fining the work of Missionaries he heused heused heused
used for his subject The world for forJesus forjesus
Jesus Solos were rendered by Mrs MrsJennie MrsLennie rs rsJennie
Jennie Shelton a member of the choir choirand choirand choirand
and also of the Society and Mrs MrsGeorgie MrsGeorgie MrsGeorgie
Georgie Mackall Robinson Papers Paperswere Paperwere Paperswere
were read by Miss Katie J West of ofGalbraith ofGalbraith ofGalbraith
Galbraith A M l E Zion church and andMrs andMrs andIrs
Mrs Irs 11ni Vm m B Harris of the 19th st stBaptist stBaptist StBaptist
Baptist Church the subject of ofMiss ofMissII Miss MissWests 1Liss 1LissWests
Wests paper was Woman oniati oman which whichwas whichwas whichwas
II was a good paper Mrs Harris read reading reaclone reading ¬
ing one on 01 Missionary work etc etcMrs etclJrs etcIrs
Mrs Irs M C Beckett of St Pauls A AM AM
M 1 I E Church made a fine talk on the thework theI thework
I work of Missions One of the most mostinteresting mostinteresting mostinteresting
interesting features of the evening eveningwas eveningwas
was a visit and short but very inter interesting interesting interesting ¬
esting address by Mr Louis P Shoe Shoemaker Shoemaker Shoemaker ¬
maker a member of the Board of ofCharities ofCharities ofCharities
Charities and a leader of the anti antiSaloon antiSaloon antiSaloon
Saloon League who was present by byinvitation byinvitation byinvitation
invitation invitationMir invitationlGr invitation1r
Mir 1r Shoemaker commented highly highlyupon highlyupon
I I II upon the work of the women and es especially esI especially ¬
I pecially upon the impression made madeupon madeupon madeupon
upon him at the above meeting he hesaid heI hesaid hesaid
I
said among other things that he was waspleased waspleased waspleased
pleased with the success the Society Societyis
is making g with all nations at d the theactivity theactivity theactivity
activity of our race He said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the more Christians we have the less lessuse lessuse lessuse
use we will have for Jails Vork Workhouses Vorkhouses Vorkhouses ¬
houses and Police Officers OfficersMrs Officerslrs OfficersIrs
Mrs Irs Jones was the recipient of ofmany oimany ofmany
many congratulations upon ti ion o the suc success success success ¬
cess of the Society The offering was was25cn
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BUSINESS BARGAINS BARGAINSIf
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furniture go to Grogan and House Houseand Housemd Houseand
and Heinmans HeinmansIf
If you want a first class hat call calland calland calland
and see Mr Brodt 419 7th and 503 5039th 5039th 5039th
9th streets northwest northwestGo northwestGo northwestGo
Go to Emichs Market if you want wantfirst wantfirst wantfirst
first class meats meatsA meatsA
A NOTED AUTHOR PROMOTED PROMOTEDMr
Mr John H Paynter an efficientclerk efficient efficientclerk efficientclerk
clerk in the office offi e of the Commis Commissioner Commissioner Coniniissioner ¬
sioner of Internal Revenue has been beenpromoted beenpromoted beenpromoted
promoted from 1000 to 1200 per perannum perannum
annum to take effect at once Mr MrPaynter MrPaynter MrPaynter
Paynter hails from Colorado He is isan isan isan
an author and journalist of national nationalrepute nationalrepute nationalrepute
repute The promotion comes as a areward areward areward
reward for his meritorious service servicebut servicebut servicebut
but happens at a time when it will willhave willhave vil1 vil1have
have a vital effect upon the colored coloredRepublicans coloredRepublicans coloredRepublicans
Republicans of the Far West among amongwhich amongvhich amongchich
which vhich Mr is deservedly popular by byreason byreason byreason
reason of his genial fellowship and andwidely andwidely andwidely
widely circulated literary productions productionsHis productionsHis productionsHis
His Joining the Navy is regarded regardedhighly regardedhighly regardedhighly
highly by the best critics and he has hasin hasin
in preparation a new book dealing dealingwith dealingwith dealingwith
with an interesting phase of folklife folklifein
in the South SouthColorado SouthColorado SouthColorado
Colorado Kansas Nebraska and andCalifornia andCalifornia andCalifornia
California will feel the invigorating invigoratingimpulse invigoratingimpulse invigoratingimpulse
impulse growing out of the promo promotion promotion promotion ¬
tion of so useful a young man The Thehappy Thehappy Thehappy
happy result came through the in influence influence influence ¬
fluence of Mr Ralph W V 1 Tyler the theraceloving theraceloving theraceloving
raceloving Auditor for the Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment avy avyDepartn
Department Departn ent He has come to known knownas
as the Negros special member of ofCongress ofC ofCongress
Congress C mgress and has broken all records recordsin
in helping worth worthy colored men to todesirable todesirable todesirable
desirable promotions appointments appointmentsand
and transfers
I ASKS COLORED MEN TO VOTE VOTEFOR VOTEFOR VOTEFOR
FOR TAFT TAFTDr rAFTi
i Dr J E Shepard of North Carolina CarolinaPleads CarolinaI CarolinaI
I Pleads With VithRace Race to Remain RemainRepublican RemainRepublican RemainRepublican
Republican RepublicanCEXSURES
I CENSURES BRXAWS B JANS ADVISERS ADVISERSPoints ADVISERSPoints ADVISERSPoints
Points Out Danger in Democratic DemocraticDemagogues DemocraticDemagogucs DemocraticDemagogues
Demagogues Who Vha Thrive on onPrejudice onPrejudice onPrejudice
Prejudice PrejudiceFrom PrejudiceFrom PrejudiceFrom
From the Indianapolis Indiana Star StarDr StarDr StarDr
Dr James E Shepard of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina one of the most distinguish distinguished distinguishcd ¬
ed d colored men in the United States Statesand Statesand Statesattl
and formerly superintendent of the thework thework thework
work among his race for the Inter Internatianal Internatianal Internatianal
natianal Sunday Sunda y School Association Associationis
is in the city city In discussing the poli political political political ¬
tical situation tuation he said saidThis saidhThis saidThis
hThis This election means more to the thecolored thecoJored thecolored
colored man than appears on the sur surface surface surface ¬
face I concede to every ev ry man the theright theright theright
right to cast his ballot as he thinks thinksbest thinksbest thinksbest
best for himself his family and his hiscountry hiscountry hiscountry
country but this should be done atter altercareful attercareful attercareful
careful and mature thought and andi andshould andshould
i should not be governed by mere sen sentiment sentiment sentiment ¬
timent nor passion passionI
hI I was opposed to the nomination nominationof
of William H Taft prior to the na national national national ¬
tional campaign and favored the nom nomination nomination nomination ¬
ination of Vice President Fairbanks FairbanksI
I regarded Mr Ir Fairbanks as the most mostlogical mostlogical mostlogical
logical candidate and representing representingthose representingthose representingthose
those views that would give the coun country country country ¬
try the greatest rest But a regular regularnational regularnational regularnational
national convention decided other otherwise otherWISC otherwise ¬
wise wise
I am not a politician nor do I Iever Ievcr Iever
ever expect to be an officeholder but butI
I am interested in the welfare of my myrace myrace myrace
race and country After a careful carefuli carefulconsideration carefulconsideration
i consideration and in this my first firstpublic firstpublic firstpublic
public utterance I am convinced the thesuccess thesuccess thesuccess
success of the national Republican Republicanticket Republicanticket Republicanticket
ticket will be best for the country at atlarge atlarge atlarge
large and the colored man in par particular particular particular ¬
ticular
Gives Reasons for Support SupportMy Supportlly SupportMy
My reasons for these conclusions conclusionsare
are summed up as follows Whatever Whatevermay Whatevermay Vhatevcrmay
may be Mr Bryans personal views viewsconcerning viewsconcerning viewsconcerning
concerning the status of the colored coloredman coloredI coloredman
man in America his closest clos t political politicaladvisers politicaladvisers politicaladvisers
I
advisers men like Tillman Vardaman VardamanHeflin VardamanHcflin VardamanHeflin
Heflin and Governor Hoke Smith Smithbelieve SmithI Smithbelieve
believe in disfranchisement of the thecolored thecolored thecolored
I colored man believe in Jim Crow Crowcars Crowcars Crowcars
cars and the most humiliating treat treatment treatment treatment
ment in public conveyances where whereall whereall whereall
all pay the same fare believe in insulting in insulting insulting ¬
sulting colored women believe in a afour afour afour
four months school system believe in inlyuchings inlyuchings inlyuchings
lyuchings burnings and the shotgun shotgunpolicy shotgunpolicy shotgunpolicy
policy and this toonot for the color colored colored colored ¬
ed one who is guilty of crime but for forthe forthe forthe
the one who respects the law seeks seeksto seeksto seeksto
to give his children education and ac acquire acquire acquire ¬
quire property This can be amply amplyproved amplyprov amplyproved
proved prov d by the recent outrages near nearAlbany nearAlbany nearAlbany
Albany Ga where the homes school schoolhouses schoolhouses schoolhouses
houses and churches of inoffensive inoffensivepersons inoffensivepersons inoffensivepersons
persons were burned The only thing thingcharged thingcharged thingcharged
charged against them was that thy thybelieved th ybelieved y ybelieved
believed in doing the best thing they theycould theycould theycould
could and obeying the law Instead Insteadof Insteadof Insteadof
of of Governor Govr or Hoke Smith seeking to topunish topunish topunish
punish these outrageous criminals he hehas hehas hehas
has left le t the state carrying his mes message message message ¬
sage of prejudice and hate in other otherstates otherstates otherstates
states With such men me close to Mr MrBryan 1JrBryan IIrBryan
Bryan and in power what can theolored thecolored the thecolored
colored man hope from the success successof successf successof
of f Mr rr Bryan and the Democratic Democraticparty Dcmocraticparty Democraticparty
party partyYou partyV
You V ou ask about Brownsville I do donot donot donot
not uphold the act of the President in indischarging indischarging indischarging
discharging without ample proof the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers who have never faltered on onthe onthe onthe
the field of battle but always re responded responded responded ¬
sponded to their countrys call Mr MrRoosevelts MrRoosevelts MrRoosevelts
Roosevelts act was the act of one oneman one onei oneman
i man acting as he saw fit and was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not the act of the Republican party partynor partynor partynor
nor do I believe the act was approved approvedby
by Mr Taft The evidence is all to tothe tothe tothe
the contrary but he had to carry out outthe outthe outthe
the orders of his superior superiorContinue superiorContinue superiorContinue
Continue Fight in Ranks RanksNow RanksuNow RanksNow
uNow Now will it not be better for the thecolored thecolored thecolored
colored voters of the country to con continue continue continue ¬
tinue their fight within the ranks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party rather than seek to put in inanother inanother inanother
another party whose rciord is opposed opposedto
to colored soldiers entirely Con Congressman Congressman Congressman ¬
gressman Slayden of Texas and Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Overman of North Carolina Carolinaboth Carolinaboth Carolinaboth
both introduced bills in the last Con Congress ConI Congress ¬
gress directing the discharge of all allNegro allNegro allNegro
I Negro soldiers and forbidding farther fartherenlistment fartherenlistment fartherenlistment
enlistment Senator Forakers bill billfor billI billfor
for their reinstatement has not finally finallybeen finallybeen finallybeen
I been acted upon and I firmly believe believethat believethat believethat
that when Congress meets again ag in the thewhole th thfl thewhole
whole matter will be settled in a Way Waysatisfactory waysatisfactory waysatisfactory
fl
satisfactory to all allThe allThe allThe
The success of the Republicanparty Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty
party pa means more to the laboring man manwhite I I Iwhite
pawhite white or colored than it does to any anyother anyother anyother
other class Nniety per cent of col colored colored colored ¬
ored voters are laborers and must de depend deI depend ¬
pend upon their daily toil for the edu education education education ¬
I cation of their children and the sup support support support ¬
ces port of their thei their families With the ces cessation cessation ¬
sation of work will come panics and andstarvation andI andi andstarvation
i
starvation Can we afford it itYou itYou j jYou
I You ask what about the recent
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Madame Louisa Scientific ScientificAstrologer ScientifiAstrologer ScientificAstrologer
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elsewhere in this paper paper4teh paperiti paperk
4teh iti h 1 f L arteNfeifei it 1 i 1 ipanic hi 1 i ipanic Ipanic
panic I certainly would rather see seea seea seea
a Republican panic than a Democratic Democraticone
one During Du ing this panic which most mostlargely mostlargely mostlargely
largely affected the rich we have haveseen havesecn haveseen
seen no empty dinner pails no starv starving starvil starving ¬
ing il ing g children and no Coxeys army armymarching armymarching armymarching
marching upon Washington God Godforbid Godforbid Godforbid
forbid that this country should ever eversee eversee eversee
see another panic like the one under underPresident underPresident underPresident
President Cleveland ClevelandYou ClevelandV ClevelandIou
You V ou ask are not some of the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Democrats favorable to the thecolored thecolored thea thecolored
colored colored a man Emphatically I an answer answer answer ¬
swer yes but unfortunately this class classwhich classwhich classwhich
which is growing daily is out num numbered numbered nunibered ¬
bered by the Democrats of the Hoke HokeSmith HokeSmith HokeSmith
Smith Tillman Vardaman Heflin Heflinclass Heflinclass Heflinclass
class Demagogues who thrive on onprejudice onprejudice onprejudice
prejudice and hypocrisy It is this thisclass thisclass thisclass
class which would be in the ascendancy ascend ascendancy ascendmcy ¬
ancy in the event of the election of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Bryan The old saying of Fred FredDouglassTheRepublican FredDouglassTheRepublicall FredDouglassTheRepublican
DouglassTheRepublican party is the theship theship theship
ship all else the sea is more true truenow tru trunow truenow
now than when it was uttered and andunless andunless andunless
unless the colored man abide in the theship theship theship
ship he cannot be saved I deplore the theshortsighted theshortsighted theshortsighted
shortsighted policy of those who are areadvising areadvising areadvising
advising a contrary course courseOne courseOne courseOne
One word please about prohibi prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
tion If any class of people in the theworld theworld theworld
world should be temperate it is the thecolored tillcolored thecolored
colored man In my m own county in inNorth illNorth inNorth
North Carolina where we have pro prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition the people are happy and andthriving andthriving andthriving
thriving and have more niore wealth than thanin thanin thanin
in in any other county in the state stateand stateandin and andin
in no part of the Union is there a abetter abetter abetter
better spirit between the races racesGREAT racesGREAT racesGREAT
GREAT EXCITEMENT EXCITEMENTCHURCH EXCITEMENTCHURCH EXCITEMENTCHURCH
CHURCH OFFICERS DISAGREE DISAGREEThe DISAGREEThe DISAGREEThe
The was much excitement created createdat
at Union Wesley A M E Zi4n Zi4nchurch Zipn Zipnchurch Zi9nchurch
church Monday evening October October26th Octobcr26th October26th
26th Mr lr J C Overton had pub published published published ¬
lished a prize debate of a political politicalcharacter politicalcharacter politicalcharacter
character to take place Monday night nightand nightand nightand
and the trustees of the church had hadpublished hadpublished hadpublished
published a concert to take place in inthe inthe
the lower part of the church churchOn churchOn churchOn
On the arrival of Mr Overton at atthe atthe atthe
the church he found about three or orfour orfour orfour
four hundred people on the outside of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the church barred from entering the thehurch thechurch thechurch
church where the prize debate was to totake totake totake
take place and the church dark MrOverton Mr MrOverton MrOverton
Overton made his iis way to the trustees trusteesroom trusteesroom trusteesroom
room and declared that it was a case casesi caseof caseof
of jealousy jealo sy on the part of the trustees trusteesFinding trusteesFinding trusteesFinding
Finding that he was not permitted permittedto
to proceed with his prize debate he hecalled hecaned liecalled
called it off The people demanded demandedto
to know the cause but the trustees trusteeswho trusteeswho trusteeswho
who were stationed at the door were wereinsulting wereinsulting vereinsulfing
insulting and refused to give any anysatisfaction anysatisfaction anysatisfaction
satisfactionThe satisfactionThe satisfaction satisfactionThe
The proceeds of the debate were werefor werefor werefor
for the benefit of the church but the theofficers theofficers theofficers
officers didnt seem to appreciate appre iate the thepast thepast thepast
past and present good services servic s of Mr i1lrOverton MrOverton MrOverton
Overton who has always taken an anactive anactive anactive
active part in church work and es especially espccially especially ¬
pecially the work in the Union Wes Wesley Wesley Ves Vesley ¬
ley church churchThe churchi churchThe
i The prize debate advertised by MrOverton Mr MrOverton MrOverton
Overton seemed to draw the crowd crowdaway crowdaway crowdaway
away from the old folks concert this thisof thisof thisof
of course made the tn tr = > lees jealous
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St Lukes P e E LV LVJhh Church ChurchCOMEDY ChurchCOMEDY JhhCOMEDY t > f
COMEDY COMEDYNO COMEDYNO COMEDYNO
NO MEN ALLOWED ALLOWEDUnder ALLOVEDUnde ALLOWEDUnder
Under the auspices of the Womans Guild of St Lukes P PChurch E EChurch EChurch
Church Monday evening November 2nd 1908 at True Reform Reformers Reformi
i ers Hall The comedy com dy will last one hour beginning inning at 8 oclock oclocksharp oclockJ oclocksharp
J sharp After which orchestral music by the Metropolitan Or Orchestra Orchestra Orchestra ¬
chestra Admission 25 cents centsCOLORED centsCOLORED centsCOLORED
COLORED YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONLITTLE ASSOCIATIONLITTLE ASSOCIATIONLITTLE
LITTLE PEOPLE PEOPLEIn PEO LE LEI V
In Ina I n a Japanese Operetta Prince Chrysanthemum under the au auspicies auspicies susIlicies
spicies of the Building Fund Committee Wednesday Evening Eveningoember
November 18th 1908 at True Reformers Hall Twelfth and You YouStreets YouStreets YouStreets
Streets Northwest at eight oclosk pm pmAn pmAn pmAn
An effort toward securing a permanent home for the Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion All help us
Admission 35 cts ctsA ctsA ctsA
A RARE TRREAT TRREATCome TRREATCome TRREATCome
Come and hear the great wonder won der lecture on Morals MoralsMR MoralsMR Iorals IoralsIIR
MR IIR GEORGE 11 W T RABAIN RABAINSubject RABAINSubject RABAI RABAISubject r
Subject What It Is to Live LiveIn LiveIn LiveIn
In a view of simplicity but its greatness in meaning At the theNineteenth tIleNineteenth theNineteenth
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church corner of 19th and I streets N NWxFriday NVFriday 1 11VFrilay
WxFriday evning November 61908 6 1908 at 8 8 pm Rev Walter lalter H HBrooks HBrooks
Brooks DD pastor Proceeds for benefit of Parsonage Fund FundE fundE FundE
E J Morton chairman of Trustee Board BoardA BoardA BoardA
A very helpful lecture to educators educa tors to which they are specially speciallrinvited speciallyinvited
invited invitedThe invitedThe VV VVThe V
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The Choir will render a special program from 8 to 830 83 o solos solosduets solosduets sQ1 tys tysduets
duets and quartets quartetsLady t tLady r rLady
Lady Ushers UshersMiss Miss Iiss Julia Brooks chairman chairmanRefreshment chairmanRefreslInent chairmanRefreshment
Refreshment Table Mrs Susan Goodrich Chairman ChairmanA
A D Watson atson manager managerAdmission managerAdmission managerAdnliSSion
Admission 15 cents V
ALL STAR RECITAL RECITALMiss RECITALIiss RECITAL1Iiss V
Miss Iiss Henrietta Vinton Davis Unexcelled Dramatic Impreson Impresonator Impresonator ImPresonator
ator and Elocutionist assisted by Eminent Musical Talent Talent at atthe atthe t tthe
the Metropolitan A M E Church M I St bet 15th andi6th and 16th Stsr Stsrnv Sts Stsnw Stssnw
nw Rev J H HI Welch W elch DD pastor pas tor Friday evening Nov 13th
1908 19 < J8 Auspices Club No No6 6 Mrs Hattie Gray and Club No 29 29Mr 29Ir 291Ir
Mr Ir J W V Wright Admission 25 Cents CentsThe CentsThe CentsEmrichs
The Emnchs 8 Market Marketi Mar ket ketReliable
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Reliable Meats and Provisions ProvisionsFish Fish Oysters Poultry and GameCanned Game GameCanned GameCanned
Canned Meats Fruits and Vegetables VegetablesBranch VegetablesBranch VegetablesBranch
Branch Stores Stores305i
3057 M Street N W V 21st and K KStreets Streets N W 215 Indiana Ave Avenue Avenue Aveilue ¬
nue N W 1718 171814th I4th Street N W V 2026 14th Street N W 8th and andM and11Streets andM
M 11Streets Streets N W WMain W1Iain WMain
Main Market and Grocery House Hous e 130612 Wisconsin Ave N W Vj
DR MORSES DRUG STORE STOREThe STOREThe STOREThe
The above cut represents the east eastern eastern eastern ¬
ern side of Dr Morses drug store
1904 L street northwest The foun fountain fountain fountain ¬
tain is indescrbable for beauty they theyonly theyonly theyonly
only ask you to come and inspect it itto itto itto
to be convinced convincedHe convincedHe convincedHe
He wishes to announce that he heis heisnewly is isnewly isnewly
newly supplied with a guaranteed guaranteedstock guaranteedstock guaranteedstock
stock of drugs and medicines of un unlimited unlimited unlimited ¬
limited strength and purity to meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the demands of the public The man management management management ¬
agement in charge of this drug store storeand storeand storeand
and angry angryManager angryManager I
Manager Overton threatens to tohandle tohandle
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handle the church officers in in a l differ different different different ¬
ent manner The following was the theprogram theprogram theprogram
program that was to have been car carried carried carried ¬
ried Monday night but was prevented preventedby
by the trustees trusteesSubject trusteesSubject trusteesSubject
Subject Resolved that the Negro Negroshould Negrohould Negro4hould
should support Taft in the coming comingelection comingelection comingelection
election Aff L D Grose and H HHargrave HHargrave HHargrave
Hargrave Neg H H L Scott and W WA WA V
A Love LoveBishop LoveBishop LoveBishop
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Bishop J W Y Smith DD the thepresiding theprcsiding thepresiding
presiding Bishop of the Phila and andBaltimore andBaltimore andBaltimore
Baltimore Conference will wi introduce introducethe introducethe introducethe
the Master of o Ceremonies Prof J JM Ji J JLightfoot
i M Lightfoot of Howard University UniversityJudges UniversityJudges
I Judges Dr S L Corrothers Dr DrC DrC DrC
C C Alleyne Alleyne and Dr W V H Fergu Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson ¬
son sonThe
The program will be interspersed interspersedwith interspersedwith interspersedwith
with special music by Livingstone LivingstoneCollege LivingstoneCoJIege LivingstoneCollege
College Quartette of Salisbury N C j
are ar all graduated and registered phar pharmacists pharmacists pharmacists ¬
macists When hen you send your prescription pre prescription prescription ¬
scription to this store you will get getexactly geLexactly gettexactly
exactly what your prescription calls callsfor callsfor callsfor
for and no substitute In addition to todrugs todrugs todrugs
drugs they carry a large stock of ofschool ofschool ofschool
school supplies such as books pads padspencils padspencils padspencils
pencils pens crayon ink slates and andother andother andother
other stationery Those who are in inneed inneed inneed
need of such things can be supplied suppliedby suppli suppliedby d dby
by Morse Drug Store StorePurity StorePurity StorePurity
Purity accuracy promptness and andpoliteness andlpoliteness andpoliteness
politeness is the motto of Dr Morse MorseGiev llorseGiev MorseGiev
Giev him a trial and be convinced convincedCornet convincedCornet convincedCornet
Cornet solo and other choice musicProceeds music musicProceeds musicProceeds
Proceeds for 1000 rally for above aboveenamed abovenamed abovenamed
named church churchMR chu churchMR h hMR
MR ELMER DOVER DOVERThe DOVERThe DOVERThe
The Bee congratulates Hon Elmer ElmerDover ElmerDover ElmerDover
Dover for the successful campaign campaignhe
he made among colored Republicans Republicansin
in the State of Ohio The Bee stated statedlthree statedthree statedthree
three months ago that Mr Dover was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the man to keep as secretary of the theNational theNational theNational
National Committee because he had hadimore hactmore hadmore
more influence with the colored vot voters voters voters ¬
ers than any other man on the Com Cornmittee Committee CommiUee ¬
mittee The colored voters of the thecountry th thcountry thecountry
country have faith in him and theywill they theywill theywill
will follow him Mr Foraker to thecontrary the thecontrary thecontrary
contrary notwithstanding notwithstandingMR
MR JONES IN T MARYLAND M1ARYLANDAttorney MARYLANDAttorney MARYLANDAttorney T
Attorney Thomas L Jones left the thecity ther thecity
4 4land
r city Wednesday evening for Mary Maryland Maryland ¬
land where he will remain until afV afVter af after I Iter
ter the campaign t

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