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DRINK CAPITOL BEER
DENVER’S PRIDE
The purity of Capitol Beer la demonstrated by Its superior flavor
and strength-giving qualities. It's capital.
HAVE A CABE BENT HOME.
The Capitol Brewing Co. *
Phone Cna.-ipa 356. Delivereci Anywhere.
* ....
OUR NEW 1913 CATALOG BHOW-
F R E El JNG THE LATEST STYLES IN
r-Tj-M COLORED PEOPLE’S HAIR.
manufacturers of colored people’s hair.
" e our hair to stand comb
i ing anl washing. Our prices are low
er than those quoted elsewhere. We
ix sell hair by the pound, also hair nets
CT and straightening combs, toilet artl
1\ CL t ies ana all styles of hair. Perfect
C" F* saliBfaction guaranteed or money
back. Send two cent stamp for beau-
HUMANIA HAIR COMPANY,
COLORED PEOPLE’S HAIR. Dept. E.. 23 Duane SL, New York City
||pg| DO YOU VALUE |jg
11 PERSONAL (
lip APPEARANCES? ||
if you do ”
Try FORD’S HAIR POMADE, the old Reliable Remedy
FOR KINKY HAIR
take* h*r»h. kinky and unruly hair softer. stralghtrr, easier to comb and put up In any
style that the length will permit. Invigorate* the hair, prevents dandruff, falling out of
the hair and many scalp diseases. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle.
FORD’S ROYAL WHITE SKIN LOTION
Will make the skin lighter Immediately upon applying, cannot be rubbed off. or de
tected that anything is being used. Will not blister or injure the most delicate skin.
# FOR THAT BEAUTIFUL HIGH BROWN COMPLEXION,
and to keep the skin In a nice soft healthy condition, free from blotches, pimple* and
humps, use FORD S ROYAL WHITE SKIN LOTION. Price 25 cents per bottle.
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fh Iff) FORD’S SHAMPOO or HAIR ET) ?
X |j STRAIGHTENING COMB g
£ j!J for drying the hair after shampooing, when heated s| ST
f_ I assists In straightening the hair, to be used with £"s* E
I || Ford's Hair Pomade. B x
/ FORD’S HAIR STRAIGHTENER jM f
(~ If ]1 Our own patented device for straightening the hair. 8 ■ >
a best and quickest Instrument for straightening the c.
hair, on the market today. Rolls the hair straight, 81 c
•X. does not pull or destroy the hair. Z
2 ‘ , FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS. ill’ r
Take this ad to your druggist, he will supply you. r
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THE OZONIZED OX HARROW CO., 232 W. Lake SL, Chicago, 111. I
M. Silverman
FINISHED TAILOR
20 Years of Practical Experience
Come and See Us
Spring and Summer Sample*
Direct from the Factory
be the
H ua l>t V of our goods and work
fl manship, We make a specialty of
Ladies' and Gents’ Suits, all latest
Styles and Work Guaranteed.
Ladies’ Suits made from their own material
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing at Reasonable Prices'
1626 E. 25th Ave. Denver, Colo*
Ernest Howard
Carpenter and General Jobbing
, PAINTS AND HARDWARE
COAL, WOOD AND EXPRESS
1021 21at Street Phone Champa 752
| I. M. T H OMAS
MOVING AND STORAGE.
The largest three-horse van la the
elty; 11.25 per soar. Furniture and
china packing. Phone Mala 4834.
12641 WELTON STREET ’
ADVANCE IN EDUCATION.
Booker T. Washington’s Tribute to
Worth of Professor Byrd Prillerman.
Institute, W. Va.—The success of the
Institute For Colored Youths In this
town under the wise and conservative
leadership of its principal, Professor
Byrd Prillerman. is one of th“ encour
aging signs of progress which the race
is making in this section of the coun
try. The principal is a native of West
Virginia and is well acquainted with
the needs of his people along all lines
of business and educational endeavor.
The people of this state are indeed
fortunate In having such a school so
centrally located, and as an evidence
of their appreciation hundreds of
young men and women take advantage
of its provisions for study each school
year.
Mechanical industries, domestic sci
ence, agriculture, carpentry, black
smithing and dressmaking are among
some of the trades taught The insti
tution owns seventy acres of land w'ell
adapted for raising all kinds of farm
products. Its course of study is up to
the standard, and the faculty is com
posed of earnest Christian men and
women of large experience and broad
learning.
In recent years summer schools have
been one of the features, and many
young men and women who teach in
the winter months take advantage of
the summer sessions. The best avail
able instructors in the country are em
ployed. In an address before the sum
mer school of this institute on Satur
day, July 20, Dr. Booker T. Washing
ton paid a fine tribute to the energy,
worth and usefulness of Professor
Prillerman.
Professor Prillerman arranged for
the education of Robert Sisusa. an Af-
BYRD PBILLKBMIX.
rlcan, brought to this country by Dr.
L. G. Jordan, corresponding secretary
of the National Baptist foreign mission
board. Mr. Sisusa is now in the third
year of medicine at Mebarry Medical
college. Nashville. Tenn. President
Prlllerman has made himself responsl
ble to the foreign mission board for
the education of Ernest Ndlazi, anoth
er African who recently came to this
country from Heraldtown, South Af
rica.
Be has also had his students build
a wagon for the Buchanan Industrial
mission In Middle Drift, South Africa,
besides donating a good delivery wag
on to Miss N. H. Burroughs for the
National Training school on Lincoln
Heights, Washington.
WORK FOR ORPHAN SCHOOL.
New York Citixene to Aid Institution
In CHarleeton, $. C.
President D. J. Jenkins of the or
phanage and reform school which
bears his name In Charleston, S. C., Is
spending the month of August in the
north, principally in New York, in the
interest of his work. Be is just as dil
igent while on his vacation away from
home as he Is wtom actively engaged
at his daily task at the institution.
The orphanage band is also on its an
nual summer tour north and is meet
ing with much success and encourage
ment
The Rev. Dr. Jenkins called on
Mayor William J. Qaynor of New York
city, before whom he presented the
needs of the Charleston Institution,
and received a very friendly audience.
After listening to Dr. Jenkins' plans
for carrying on the work among the
orphan children Mayor Gaynor became
very much interested and agreed to
appear at a public meeting in the in
terest of the work to be held at Sul
r-er's Harlem River park on Thursday
evening. Aug. 28. and deliver an ad
dress. Mayor Gaynor consented to the
use of his picture on the program and
other printed matter for the occasion.
A committee of citisens has been se
lected to assist in working up the af
fair, which is designated ‘‘an educa
tional mass meeting.** Several promt
nent educators in and out of New York
will deliver addresses. Dr. Booker T.
Washington has been Invited to speak
at the meeting and will Also serve on
the reception committee to receive the
mayor and other distinguished citizens
among whom the Jenkins orphanage
numbers as its friends.
Shrinera* New Imperial Potentate.
At the recent meeting of the Ancient
Egyptian Arabic Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine held In Indianapolis. Ind., John
H. Murphy, editor of the Afro-Ameri
can Ledger, Baltimore, was elected to
the position of Imperial potentate of
the order. He Is a thtrty-thlrd degree
Mason, seventy-two years old and one
of Baltimore’s most highly esteemed
dtiaens.
THE JERNAGIN SISTERS.
What the Daughter# of a Washington
Minister Are Doing.
Washington.—The success of the
Mount Carmel Baptist church in this
city under its new pastor, the Rev. W.
H. Jernagin, D. has been most re
markable. Dr. Jernagin a-vepted the
call of the church to become its pas
tor after giving the matter careful con
sideration. He began his pastorial la
bors at the Mount Carmel church in
October, 1912. The work soon took
on new life, and during the past ten
months many new members have
been enrolled.
The new pastor is blessed with a
▼ery Interesting family, a wife and
four daughters, whose industry and
deTOtion to the home, and Dr. Jerna
gin’s ministerial duties should not be
overlooked in connection with the sue-
(▲BOV r L/OTTYE B., OERTRUDE E- ; (BELOW)
M. CLEMENTINE, ROSABEL.
cess which the pastor has achieved as
a preacher, educator and leader in
man} Hues of work for the material
advancement of the race.
The Jernagin sisters, as they are
lovingly referred to by their friends,
have made good use of their opportu
nities to obtain a liberal education.
Mias Lottye R. is a graduate of the
Doqglass high school in Oklahoma
City. Okla., from which place Dr. Jer
nagln moved his family to this city.
The Douglass high school is consider
ed to be one of the best institutions of
learning in all the southwest. Miss
Lottye is a student at the National
Training School For Women and Girls
here. Although she entered late in the
term, she made the highest average,
specializing In the department of do
mestic science and art.
Miss Rosabel Is very fond of ath
< letlcs and is captain of the basketball
| team of the Armstrong Technical high
i scho< 1. where she 1* making a special
' study of millinery and arts. She made
\ a splendid record during the past term.
{ She Is a member of the graduating
I class for 1914.
Miss M. Clementine, like her sister
Lottj£, is aisu a graduate of the Doug
lass high school, Oklahoma City. She
Is a member of the class for 1914 of
the kindergarten department of the
Washington Normal school No. 2, and
a student at the conservatory of mu
sic. Howard university.
Miss Gertrude E. Is a member of the
sophomore class of M Street high
school, and is making a specialty in
music at the conservatory of music.
Howard university. These young
ladies are active church members. M.
Cleuentlne is a Sunday school teach
er and soprano singer in the church
choir. Lottye Is secretary of the B. Y.
j F. U. Rosabel is secretary of the
j local Galeda class in the Sunday
school, and Gertrude is organist for
the Baptist Young People’s union.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TO HOLD
BIG MEETING IN BALTIMORE
Bennial Session of Supreme Lodge
Begi ns Monday, Aug. 25.
Maryland Fy thin ns have made every
preparation for the biennial session of
the supreme lodge of Knights of
: I\v: lias, which begins at Bethel A.
M. EL church, Baltimore. Monday.
Aug. 25. The sessiou will continue un
til AHg. 30.
The arrangements for the entertain
ment of the session are in the hands
of i strong committee of Maryland
Pyiaians, including Grand Chancellor
George A. Watty. Lewis G. Williams.
.1 Ldward Smith. Daniel H. Murphy,
Truly Hatchett, John W. Ilacketts
ami Dr. C. H- Fowler.
The uniform rank, under command
j of Major It. R. Jackson of Chicago,
will be in camp in the suburbs.
A big military ball, parade, a com
-1 petltive drill and an excursion down
; the Chesapeake bay are among the
mai.y social features planned.
Supreme Chancellor S. W. Green of
Now Orleans Is a candidate for re
! election.
John Mitchell. Jr., editor of the
Ri hmond (Va.) Planet, and Joseph L.
Jones, deputy supreme chancellor, are
[ among those mentioned in connection
with the same position. Grand Chan
cellar Watty is also mentioned In con
nection with some prominent position.
The visitors are expected to run up
Into the thousands.
Business Men to Attend Chautauqua.
A Chautauqua was begun at Lincoln
Heights! Md.. Aug. 18. and continues
for two weeks The first day was
dev >tod to the business men of Mary
land and the District of Columbia, who
delivered addresses along business
lines. Dr Booker T. Washington has
been nuked to spwtk there the first Sun
dav Iti September
Don't Forget to Order a. Case of
Columbine, Vienna Export
or Pilsiner
The BEERS Specially Brewed by the
Ph. Zang Brewing Co.
For Table Use
Telephone Gallup 355 Trial Case
When in Need of Anything About a
Hog Except the Squeal
COME TO
WALTER EAST
2300 Larimer St. Phone Main 461
HOME-MADE LARD and SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY
LAWRENCE STEPHENS . E. T. HOGAN
Tel*. Calumet 855: Auto 73-248
The Little Savoy Buffet and Cafe
The Leading Pleasure Resort
of Chicago
Invite their friends to call and spend their
idle moments. Strict order and comfort assured
2634 State Street
Cafe Open All Night
® Spend Your Leisure Hours at
The Metropolitan Club
BOLDEN & MARKS. Mgr..
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Buffet,
Whist Tables, Etc.
Phone Champa 1745 Baggage Checked Free
1808 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER, COLO
t Great
Sale’
DURING MONTH OF AUGUST
ON
FUR COATS
Such as Natural and Black
Ponies, Marmotts, Coneys and
Seal, sets. Also all Fur Collars
and Muffs.
A small deposit will secure
any garment in this store.
Youman’s Fur Company
Phone Main 5045 J 422-424 15th Street
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