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will give a supper on next Tuesday evening, the 17, at Odd Fellows Hall, 1832 Arapahoe street. The Temples, Nos. 1. 133 ami juvenile departments and the public are invited. Coffee and sandwich or oyster stew, 15 cents; same for children, 10 cents. Doors open at 8 o'clock. Admission, adults, 15 cents;children, 10 cents. The beast and the beauty. The Arapahoe Lodge of Odd Fellows will celebrate its 18th anniversary with a program and general enjoyment, Nov 9. Franklin Henry Bryant, author of ‘ Black Smiles." aad other poems, will give a recital at Central Baptist Church, Tuesday (vening the 17th. Mr. Bryant will be assist-d by Mrs. J. H. P. Westbrook. Mrs. 11. E. Over ton and Miss Mabel Fore. Admis sion 15 cents. It is not often that one can get something for nothing. But that is just what Rice Lodge of Elks pro poses doing. OuWednesday night at their ball they will entertain all their friends at another of their famous ro cials. There will be dancing and whist playing with an abundance to eat. This kind of entertainment was one of the features of last wint r's social season and they are starting out on a still bigger basis this year. There will bo no admission and no restrictions on your pleasure except your time and ability to make the best of it. On Sunday the People's Sunday Alliance to A up the publication which appeared in the Mornings News concerning the complaint made by Denver University against the use of a colored player by the Agricultu ral College on its football team. The A liauce appointed a comruitteew hich drafted resolutions which appeared i i the paper of Tuesday app aling to t e better sentiment against discrttm nation on account of color. Sunday the Alliance will present the follow ing program: Vocal Solo, Miss Hob son; Original Poem, Franklin flry THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. Coming events ant; Paper, W. R. Rhodia; Discussion of Paper. The Third Annual Missionary Con ference of the American Catholic (Episcopal) Church. Sixth Missionary District, nil! be held in this city, on next Thursday, Friday and Saturday.; The full program will be announced but the meeting having most interest j for members of the Church of the Re- j dremer will probably be as follows;! Wednesday, Oct. 18, will be devot I ed to the Woman’s Auxiliary to the ( Board of Missions 10:30a. m., ser i rice at St. John’s Chapter House, ser- j i mon by lit. Rev. J. D. Morrison, D. D., Bish pof Duluth; Holy Commu nion will be celebrated by Ut. Kev. D. D. Tuttle, D. D , Presiding Bishop l of the Church in the D. S. Ip m., ; lunch at the Chapter House; 2:30, Conference ut which Miss Julia C ; Emery, Sec. Wonts. Aux , the Dea coness of St. John’s Cathedral and j Airs. J. D. Morrison will Hjieak. Friday, Oct. 20, 8 p.m.. mass meet ; ing at the Chapter House. ‘ \\ list the Church is doing iu the Domestic! Missionary Fields and what further should be done to m -et the present ; needs. 1. On behall of the whilepeo pie; 2, on behalf of the Negroes; .'t. on behalf of the Indians: I. on behall of our uewly acquired foreign posses sious.” I Suuday, Oct. 22, 3:30 p m., mass j meeting, subject, "I’he Cbureb in the I United States. I, Her Heritage; 2, Her Faith; 3, Why Should the Amer ican People Belong to the Church." A large number of Bishops, promi nent clergy and delegates will attend the Conference. Members and friends of the Redeemer are earnestly urged to lake advantage of the services which will bring them in touch with wider thought of tha whole Church. The B. V. P. U. of Zi. u Baptist Church will give its first graud con cert Thursday, Oct. 10, lOQTi, at Zion Church, 20lh and Arapahoe Sts. I Prof. Chas Nixon, the great high C. tenor will sing. I ther prominent tal cut will assist. Admission In cent- IPhone Main 4956 We w for ‘ h « of 11,1 our marked bottle*. THE IDEAL PHARMACY DK. E. 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ADVANTAGES: Splendid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influence* and Thorough Ti acher* from the leading school* of America including Lincoln, UuirertHy of Kansas, Wil berforce, Tuskegco and Hampton, INFORMATION: For 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. epresentative Had Good Excuse, If He Had Known. “Can you tell me what kind of a fence there If around the capltol grounds?" said Mr. Olmsted of Penn sylvanla to Mr. I’ayne of New York Ir the Republican cloakroom of the house the other day. "I don't believe I can," Mr. Payne replied. "Well. I was up at Harrisburg the other day." continued the Pennsylvanian, "and acme smart, citizen asked mo about the fence around the capltol grounds at Washington. Yon know, they are going to build a fence around the Har rlsburg capltol grounds, and they wanted some guidance from me "Couldn't you tell ’em?" queried Mr. Payne. "I wasn't quite sure about the fence around the capltol grounds here," quoth Mr. Olmsted, "but yon be’. I know now. I have looked. There Isn't any at all."