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The music luring people of Denver
will be favored with a treat when
Holler’s famous fifteen-piece orches
tra gives its 6rst grand concert and
dance at East Turner Hall. Sept. 28.
This is the same organization that
scored such success at Rocky Moun
tain Lake on Emancipation Day.
The principal feature of this enter
tainment is the Ragtime Piano Con
test, between artists of Denver and
vicinity. In fact no one is barred
from this contest. $25 medal will
be given to the winner. Twenty per
cent of the proceeds go to the Old
Folk Home and Orphanage which
makes this entertainment dear to ev
ery loyal Negro in Colorado. Help
us to help the needy. Be a booster!
The Mecca Cafe has been made
beautiful in its new location by the
addition of several hundreds of dol
lars worth of mirrors. If was splen
did before but is a palace now.
Palms and ferns abound. On next
Thursday evening the general public
is invited to partake of the tospitali
ty of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy at the grand
opening. The Harris .orchestra will
play. Special services will be off'red
in all departments. Note their ad
vertisemeut elsewhere in this paper
for the address.
COLORADO CONFERENCE
On Wednesday of last week the
Colorado Conference met in Cheyenne
with Bishop Grant presiding, hide
liberations lasted over until Sunday
night and closed with the universal
verdict that it was the best session
ever held. The Bishop made an ideal
presiding officer and in every case
where decisioi was made, cho .e the
brotd view which characterize! the
big hearted and broadminded man.
The selection of charges suitable to
all is impossible, hut so fairly did he
treat everyone that he may look for
ward to the fullest co operation from
al his ministers. The reports of the
year were above those of last year in
all departments, more than SI2OO dol
lar money being raised. The ap
pointments were: Colorado Springs’
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
Coming Events
District, J. P. Watson, P. E, Colo
rado Springs, M. Tillman; St. John’s,
Pueblo, J. C. C. Owens; Durango, J.S
i Smith: Trinidad, S. W. Byrd; LasVe
gas, J. H. Smith; Phoenix, A. Wagner
! Silverton. J. W. Sandsrs; Leadville, I
B. F. Franklin; Cripple Creek, John
Turner; Albuquerque, G. H. Byas;
LaJunta, to be supplied. St. Paul,
Bessemer, H. F. Biay. Evangelista,
Dorcas Watson, Mary Ramsey and
P. M. Maxfield.
Denver District, Shorter, W W, S
Dyett; Campbell, J. S. Payne; Ward
Chapel, J. H. Brown Denver; Billings I
C. H. Brown; Great Falls, W. L. N.
Bajrer; Grand Junction, J. H. C Redd
Anaconda, 1 B. F. McCulley; Butte,
B. F. McIntyre; Salt Lake, J. C Bell;
Alliance and Crawford, H. If. Haw
kins; Rock Springs and Ogden, D. G.
Cole; Cheyenne, F. ?. Greenlee; Boul
der, G. W, Tolson; Helena, Jordan
Allen; Havre, to be supplied. Evan
gelists,Olive Elliott and Lydia Allen.
J. H. Hubbard, P. E.
Zion Baptist Church will celebrate
its 39th anniversary, commencing the
first of November. During that week
the Sunday School will give one of
its Song Concerts and Sacred recita
| tions. The Sunday Schools of the
i cily are invited to assist us. The
money raised on the evening of the
Sacred concert w ill go to the Building
Fund,
The New Dancing School has
opened for the winter and will give
regular Thursday night instruction
and dances. The opening was very
successful. Harris ercheslra played
end K. Phyuix managed the lloor to
perfection,
Miss Anna Bundy of Indianapolis,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Harry Fagan, was tendered a farewell
party Wednesday evening, A host ef
jolly folk were there and made the
time hum with merriment. Plenty of
music and refreshments together with
social games left nothing to be do
si red.
Mr. and Mrs J. J. Houston have
purchased the house at 9233 Arapahoe
St., where Mrs. Etta Mann has long
conducted a rooming house. They
are skilled in managing such an enter
Phone Main 4956 We W for the return of all
mir marked bottle*.
THE IDEAL PHARMACY
D3. K. L, PAULKNKB Mmuupr
2100 Arapahoe Street.
Fresh Candies All flavors of Soda Nut Sundaes
Brand new stock of Druggists’ Sundries, Patent and Proprietary
Remedies. Prescriptions filled at any hour of Night.
Goods Dtdirered Anywhere.
DR. FAULKNER u..l DR. COTTRELL. Proprietor*.
MRS. NANNIE KINO. Prop.
The Little Cottage Dining Room.
1936 Arapahoe Street.
Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service--Three
Meals daily--Regular Dinner at Noon.
Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p. m.
WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
The great Educational Institution for Kansas and the West
DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Academic, Normal, Sub-Normal
and State Industrial.
COURSES; Classical, College-preparatory, Academic, Normal. Sub-
Normal, Musical, (Instrumental and Vocal), including
piano, organ and harmony, Drawing (Fine art and Me
chanical), Carpentry, Printing and Book-binding. Busi
ness Course, Stenography and Typewriting. Tailoring
Dressmaking and Plain Sewing, Cooking, Launderkg,
Farming aad Gardening.
ADVANTAGES: Spleudid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influences
and Thorough Teachers from the leading schools of
America including Lincoln, University of Kansas, Wil
berforce, Tuskegee and Hampton.
INFORMATION: F'or terms, prices and all inducements offered, write to
WILLIAM T. VERNON, A.M., D.D.. Pres.
Quindaro, Kansas.
Bell Phones, Office White 4302; Res. West 15.
prise and the transient public will
doubtless find good quarters with
them.
U. B. F., S. M. T. JUVENILES.
In making up the reports of Hie
Temples ami Lodges of the state, it is
found that as a whole the work is eery
prosperous and promising. Making
comparison with tl e same work of
Tennessee,Texas, Missouri. Kentucky
and Arkansas, they have but a very
small margin to lv ast ever this stale
Oct. will bring forth our first paper of
order in the state, showing many in
teresting faets of our work and other
benevolances.
S. G. M.

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