Rev. J. F. Curtis continues ill.
Henry Hurley is spending a few
weeks on his ranch.
Misses Nettie Saddler and Veneta
Payne are quite sick.
Sirs. Louisa SlcDonnel was taken
home last week very ill.
The Dahlia Art club met with Sirs.
Sliss Lynch and Sirs. Foster of
Slicbigan were in the city Friday.
Sirs. Richardson left this week for
Quindaro. Kaos., to visit her niece.
Sirs. Anna Jones and son returned
last week from their trip to Chicago.
Sliss Ivina Allen has gone to .South
ern California for an indefinite period.
Mrs. Ed Donaldson sole! her Ixiau
liful home in Colorado City last week.
Mi«s Annie Crockett left Sunday
(or Southern California.
Sirs. Jarrelt, who s|*>ut the |>ast
six months in lx)« Angeles, has re
The Men's Sunday Forum mei Sun
day afternoon at Payne Chapel and
elected officers. All men are invitfd
Sirs. Ida \\ illiams Clark has rent
ed a cosy cottage on S. Prospect St..
where she will enilmrk in chiropixly.
manicuring and shampooing business.
The Epiphany (luild gave an oys
ter supper at the residence of Sirs
Jenkins Wisinesday night. These
entertainments are quite (xquilar
among the smart set.
Sirs, Earl lefl^,Sunday fur Chicago
where she will enter Sloler College
and complete the hairdressing and
manicuring trade. She expects to be
away two mouths.
If we are to have a Negro enterprise
let it by such. When there is employ
ment in a Negro business give it to
men of the race, especially when they
have mentis) it and have liecu prom
Rev. and Sirs. Rice gave an elegant
!y appointed dinner Sunday, in honor
of their cousin. Sirs. Gibson The
guests were Rev. and Sirs Tillman,
Mr. and Sirs. Ge\ Mesdames Anna
Jones, Reddick, Hubbard. Emery and
Clark of Chicago.
Sir. and Sirs. Wells late of Chicago,
hava bought out the old Ping Pong
Restaurant. Having remodeled the
« place it now presents a clem neat ap
Emmet Cafflmel has been given the
position of batcher in the C S. Mer
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
Grocery. He is congenial and affa*
ble and he will add much to the busi
ness interest of this enterprise.
Mrs. Lucy Thurman the National
Organizer of the W. C. T. U , was in
the city Friday with the white rib
boners enroute to the National W.C.
T. C. convention at Los Angeles
While here she with Miss HallieQ
Brown was the distinguished guest of
Mrs. Ida Joyce Jackson. Mrs. But
ler presented her a souvenir spoon,
the gift of Harper l uion.
Last week the W. C. T. U . met
with Mrs. Ids Fleming this week and
the followii g appointments were
made by the President. Superinten
dent of Mothers' Department. Mrs. J.
Emery; Superintendent of Literature,
Mrs. Buckuel; Press Superintendent,
Mrs. Fleming; Evangelistic Supcrin
teudent, Mr*. jHundley; Superinten
dent of Flower Mission. Mrs. Laura
Warren; Superintendent of Rescue
Work, Mrs L. Armstead; Superinteit
dent of L T L . Mrs. Gladden
An immense crowd greeted Miss
Halite Q. Brown at Payne Chapel Fri
day night in her most excellently ren
dered recital. She has easily won
the reputation she holds as on* of
the best elocutionists in the world.
Heruudience was an appreciative one.
At the close of the program Mrs.
Tillman, on Irehalf of the Twentieth
Century Reading Club, presented her
a huge tKKpiet of carnations, to w hich
she responded iu Ireauliful words of
thanks and appreciation. She was as
sisted by home musical talent which
was upto its usual standard.
Dervish Whirling Record.
A new record for dervish whirling
la believed to have been established
at Madison Garden. New York, by the
performance of Marie Bay root >, from
Beirut, who kept herself awhlrl spin
nlng like a human top for 32 minutes
The former record for dervish whirl
ing la given as 25 minutes. After
whirling for a quarter of an hour she
asked for an orange, which she ate
•HU whirling. Then she ate two ba
Hay's Premonition of Death.
Secretary Hay, leu than a year ago.
predicted that he would rot live
twelve months looser. This was | n
conversation with James Dubois, a
stale department official, and others
The latter expressed the hope that
Mr. Hay would remain in the rabii,.
during this presidential term, and
thus serve longer ta secretary of stale
than any of his rredeccsH'ti The
secretary said "No. 1 shall not live
to serve another year."
■ • • ■ ' * >v
tefauJ? £T/>e Man and the
. Mr. Alexander T. Brown, |
. 1 inventor of the Smith Premier |
'v. * Typewriter, is unquestionably |
the foremost writing machine expert of the |
\ world. Besides, he is a practical and successful |
business man. He built the first
not only for handsome and speedy work, but to endure under 5
the severest demands of actual business. The Smith Premier |
is free from the weaknesses of eccentric, impractical con- |
struction, and to-day embodies the latest demonstrated
improvements of this typewriter expert. Mr. Brown, as |
Vice-President of this Company, will continue to devote his |
entire time and inventive genius to maintain the Smith Premier 5
I where it now stands as the 5
World’s Best Typewriter c
S'nd to-day for our little book cx- \
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The Smith Premier
DENVER BRANCH, |i|feip£f|> l
j 1637 Champa SI. ™m£3&SSSS0
" " "
Topeka Industrial and Educational Institute j*
* “THE WESTERN TUSKEGEE” <#•
Five teachers from that famous institution. The ONLY NON
SECTARIAN school for Negroes of the West A school of 1
Normal, Normal Preparatory. Agricultural, Indus
trial, Business. Music and Military Science.
Carpentry, Painting, Printing, Book binding, Tail
oring, Sewing, Dress making, Laundrying, Bask
etry, Domestic Science, Agriculture in its various
phases, Stenography, Type writing, Agricultural
, TO> . 1 . and Mechanical Drawing.*^
Expenses reasonable. Self help encouraged. Very
careful attention given home training of young
women. Rigid discipline maintained. Farm o!
10b acres. Location and sanitation the very besi
Endorsed by ministers of every denomination
The Fall Term begins Tuesday Sept. 3. Try to b«
present the opening day. For further informal! n address
WM, R. CART ER President,
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