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Personal Briefs,
Who They Are, What They Are
and Where They Are.
The People's Alliance Is holding reg
ular meetings at Odd Fellows’ kail.
1712 Curtis street, each Sunday. Tha
public is Invited.
Ward’s Chapel, 753 Clark Street.
Preaching, at 11 a. m., and 7.30 p. m.
Sunday school, at 12:30 p. m. An in
vitation is extended to the public.
Rev. G. W. Tolson, pastor and Gen
eral missionary,
Under special dispensation granted
by the Supreme Camp of American
Woodmen, a special rate of $2.50 is
made for those who wish to avail
themselves of the protection offered
by this grand fraternal order. Mr. R
J. VonDickersohn has charge of the
organizing department. He reports
splendid progress among the appli
If you are thinking of giving a pic
nic this summer however large or
small in attendance, don’t forget that
there is a colored man in the state
who has a resort with all accomoda
tions for the pleasure and comfort of
your guests.
Phone Boulder 203. Jackson’s Re
sort, Boulder, Colo. 0. T, Jackson,
Proprietor. 9-12
The Bird’s Eye Restaurant is stead
ly gaining in patronage. The service
s first-class and 15 cents gets a meal.
O Higgins, Prop., 1016 19th St.
The Knights of Pythias always
have a good time at their entertain
ments. Come, everybody
Holy Communion will be celebrat
ed on Trinity Sunday, the 18, at 11
o’clock by the Rev, James Hickland,
at the Church of the Redeemer.
Trinity Sunday closes the season of
obligation during which all the
church’s faithful children are ex
pected to receive the Holy Cornmu
nion under pain of mortal sin.
If any have neglected their Easter
Communion, this notice should re
mind them of Iwth their duty and
I The informal public reception giv
en for the 1905 graduates was held at
j Zion Church last night. In addition
j to those whose names appeared last
i week are Lottie Riehardson from the
i Western College, Macon, Mo., Della
i Clark from Wilberforce, Eva Jones
from a local private school, Hazel
White and Georgia Kountze from Lin
coin Institute and the Miss Barbees
of Central City.
The shining parlor conducted on
Curtis Street by Henry Finn, has
been sold. The consideration was
something less than $2,000 (X). The
growth of this business since its be
ginning a few years ago has been
great. Mr. Finn is expecting to en
gage in a new line of business in the
near future.
Mrs. M. E. Mackey returned Satur
day from Salt Lake, where she has
been for the past fiye mouths.
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Crosswhite
returned to Boulder Sunday after a
very pleasant visit to their mother, at
2218 Lincoln Ave.
A special meeting of the Inter
Graduate Association will be held to
night, Saturday June 17lh, ’05, at the
residence of Mrs. A. Froman, 2423
Emerson St. Business of importance.
Cor. 24th and California Streets.
Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P, M.
Sunday School at 12 o'clock. Young
People's Meeting at 6:30 P. M.
It is a huge task to undertake the
i cure of such a bad case of kidney
i disease, as that of C. F. Collier, of
I Cherokee. la., but Electric Bitters
[ did it. He writes: “My kidneys were
: so far gone I could not ait on a chair
without a cushion; and suffered from
terrible backache, headache and de
pression. In Electric Bitters, howev
er, I found a cure, and by them was
restored to perfect health. I recom
mend this great tonic medicine to all
with weak kidneys, liver or stomach.
Guaranteed by James Hullinger At
Co . druggist. 23d and Larimer Sts.
Price 50c.
Decorative and Culinary
Matter* of Irr(>ortanoo
How unfortunate It is that we can
not reproduce real color schemes In a
newspaper! It Is the color scheme In
drapery work that helps form the de
sign. Without it the accompanying Il
lustration signifies no special char
acter; it only shows the outline as
to how' it is to be hung. This drapery
was recently put up in a Hollywood
home. It Is especially characterized
by its attractive fabrics and color
scheme, which effect is all lost here.
However it may be made clear by
explanation. The box-plaited valance
is of plain rose taffeta silk, with bor
der of deeper rose and Nile green.
The side curtains are of rose brocade
silk with ruffle at the bottom to
Window Drapery Design.
match the valam The heading of
this ruffle it* piped with Nile green,
which gives it an air of elegance.
The “bonne femme" lace curtain bung
In the center is made of fine black
silk net. The pattern oa it is cushion
embroidery done in Nine green and
rose with a touch of lemon yellow, it
will be noticed that the side curtains
come to the baseboards, which should
always be the case when the lace cur
tain slops at the window sill.—-J»s
Angeles Times.
Japanese Love of Country.
There are many Instance.' In Japan
of soldiers who have loved their coun
try more passionately even than their
families. Americans may think it hor
rible and incredible, but Japanese
women understand the Intense feeling
of loyalty which predominates above
everything in soldier* hearts. In the
interior of Japan a young farmer on
the outbreak of war wan suddenly
called to the colors. Two days’ prep
aration was given him to settle his af
fairs and to start for Tokyo. His wife
had a very young infant The young
mother was so overcome with grief
at this unexpected news that she faint
ed away and within an hour died, leav
ing her husband alone with the new
born babe. What could he do with It?
Who could care for such a mite?
Feeling that his own life was forfeited
to hla country the poor man in a
frenzy of passionate grief killed his
own child. Of course the law had to
step In and he had to be tried for mur
der. A merciful Jury acquitted him
on the ground of emotional insanity.
When you go Into the drug store to
buy a bottle of Ozonized Ox Marrow,
be sure that you get the "Ozonized.”
See that "Ozonized Ox Marrow Co.,
Chicago, U. S. A.” Is printed on the
package. Remember that the "Ozon
and Is made only In Chicago. We
have no branch offices. Refuse all
substitutes. The “Ozonized Ox Mar
row" never fails to straighten kinky
hair. See their advertisement in this
Ized Ox Marrow Co., 76 Wabash Ave..
paper for further particulars. Ozon-
Chicago, Ills.
Sunday school every Sunday after
noon. at 1:16 p. m. Bov. D. D. Cole,
Pastor; William M. Bonner, Supt.
Lane C. M. E. Church holds service!
every Sunday afternoon at 610 27th
street, corner of Welton, up stairs
Theological recital at 2:30 P. M.
Evangelical song and prayer service
at 3 F. M. Preaching at 3:20 P. M, >
The Lord's Supper every first Sunday
afternoon. The public and all ex-mern
her* are Invited. Rev. William U
Patton. Pastor.
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Sales Mondays, Wednesdays and
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