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Thi 1 event you have been waiting for
la the grnnil entertainment at East
Turner hall Thursday, October 18th,
given by Damon Lodge N'o. 5, K. of P.
The Knights of Pythias are to have
It. They will share it with you at East
Turner hall October 18th.
J. S. Mason is •’ufTering this week
with rheumatism.
Mrs. Emma Lavender entertained at
breakfast Tuesday morning In honor
of Mrs. Copeland, Mrs. E. .Napier and
Miss Emma Aslilev of St. Louis, and
Mrs. R. F. Williams of this city.
Editor Charles S. Muse, E. P. Booze,
Prof. .1 H. Jackson and Editor Brooks
of Pueblo, together with Porter S.
Simpson were in the city to witness
the notable production of the ’'Darling
of the R. gtment" Thursday night.
Ernes’. Turner's father, of Illinois,
came to spend the winter with his sun
and relatives.
.1 Malone Tildon's sister, Mary, left
Monday lor Idaho Springs
C. A. Franklin has been throughout
the state on business.
For Rent —A five-room house In ex
cellent condition at 3721 Williams
street. Water connections.
Edward Canty of Howard Univer
sity, Washington, D. I'., Is now In the
employ of the Cottrell Pharmacy. Mr.
Canty Is the first colored man to pass
the pharmaceutical board in some
time, and his ability Insures good serv
ice to patrons.
Thu Elk drill team will give an en
tertainment nt East Turner hall on
November 27th.
The Scott M. E. church will give a
good, hot Thanksgiving dinner at the
church that day. Watch for particu
lars.
Carsie Morris has come lo the city
from Chicago.
Messrs. J. H. Holmes. Wm. Porter,
Wm Spencer, Wm. Ousley and P. S.
Williams of Chicago spent Sunday In
the city, while en route to Lincoln,
Nebraska. They are long friends of
Rev. J. E. Ford, and attended the serv
ices at Ills church while here.
THE Si. ATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO.
City News
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Salt
are in the city for the benefit of her
health. They are stopping with her
sister, Mrs. William Cruminer. Henry
Owens is also here.
G. A. Allen, who was to have raf
fled his auto off this month, has sold
the machine and returned the purchas
ers of the tickets their money.
Edward Beck's brother from the
East was here last week visiting rela
tives.
Mrs. Frornan was elected president
of the Alliance Sunday, an incident
which has never occurred before in
its history to have a lady president of
such a public body. Mrs. Frornan is
well qualified to control the business
of that organization, as she has been
several times vice president, "oy
Handy was elected vice president; T.
J. Riley, treasurer, and Messrs. Dailey
and Baker were elected sergeants at
arras.
SPREAD FEAR OF WHITE RACE.
Crafty Arab Leaders Worked on ig-1
norance of Followers.
There is a passage in one of the
ancient Arab histories to the effect
that “the white people come from the
other side of the sea.” This statement
has become so distorted among cer
tain tribes of natives of the Sudan
that they believe that the white men
come from the bottom of the sea. A
wily Arab leader once informed his
followers that they had nothing to
fear from the white men. as they
could not live away from the water.
The fact that a high official took his
bath daily was further considered con
firmatory evidence of the submarine
origin of tte white man. The Arabs,
in order to retain their Influence over
the natives, spread broadcast the re
port that the white men were canni
bals. The fact that they did not eat
black men was explained as due to
their devilish cunning. They wanted
to make themselves strong in the
country before beginning their horrid
practices, but as they could not alto
gether do without thli kind of food
they brought human flesh with them
In cans. In west Africa a French ex
pedition had the unfortunate experi
ence of finding a portion of a human
finger—cut off, no doubt, by some ac
cident —in a ctzi of meat. Here was
fresh and conclusive confirmation of
the story. In which the people had al
most ceased to believe, and it was
only after a considerable lapse of time
that the idea was at length eradicated.
Misses Alpha and Emma Grigsby
are among the sick this week.
Wanted —A middle aged woman or
man and wife to take charge of house
or rent it furnished Apply at 1123
Twenty third street, after 6 p. m. or
Sundays.
The Mecca Cafe entertains the peo
ple of the city every Monday and
Thursday evenings. And on each
evening we have not standing room
for the guests,. We will, after the first
of the month, begin to enlarge our
hall. We will have the entire build
ing underneath after this month; will
make it one of the grandest places in
the country for a place of amusement
for our people. Any evening other
than Monday and Thursday, the hall
will be used for special party use. In
dies and gentlemen who desire to give
private parties to entertain their
friends can have the use of the hall
and dining room downstairs free of
charge, and also the waiters to look
after the entire party. The Mecca has
a special orchestra which you may
make use of at any time. See Mr. Lacy
and make your arrangements with
him. It is better, cheaper than you
can give a party in your own home,
place in the city. Our floor can’t be
WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
The great Educational Institution for Kansas and the Wes
DEPARTMENTS: Theological, Colhge, Academic, NoinAl, Sub-Norms
and State Induatrial.
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, Laundering,
Fanning and Gardening
ADVANTAGES: Splendid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influences
and Thorough Teachers from the leading schools of
America including Lincoln, University of Kansas, Wil -
berforoe, Tuskegee 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; Ret. West 15
For wedding socials we have the only
excelled by any other floor In the city.
We have a special stand for the or
chestra. Hall cooled by electric fans
and palms for decorations. You will
find Mr. Ijtcy to he very pleasant In
every manner, and thoroughly under
stands handling special parties for
you. Phone Main 3785. '
FORD’S
HAIR POMADE
formerly known u
“ozoiizeo ox iwor'
BTKAIQHTEMS
KINKY or CURLY HAIR tbu II ran be pot
op in any alyle dealred coaaiateot with lie
itojth.
rortl'i Hair PonwU *»• formerly
known na ’OZONIZED OXMAR ROW” and la
tb- only aafe preparation known |o na that
makee kinky or early hair ■Unlchk aa
• h >wn above. Ila uee nakn the moat (tab
born, hank, kinky or early knir nail,
pliable and easy to comb Three rcaulu
may be obtained from on# treatment: Ito 4
botilaa ira uaaeMy eaftelent for a year. Tba
uao of Ford’■Hair Foaada rOTONIZID
OX HARROW") nbot« nod prevent# dan
druff. relieve# Itching. invigorate# the aealn,
aw.pa the hair from falling ontor breaklayoff,
makea It grow and. by aoarleblag tba nola.
give# It n«w Ufa and vigor. Being elegantly
perfnatode and barm lean. It la a toilet
isfiTCircba iia i^ii^
MARROw 7 *) baa been mad# and a© Id rontli
uonalr alane about ÜB. and label. "OZONIZED
OX MARROW”, waa reel ate red In the United
fttatee Patent Often. In Ml. In all that long
period of time there baa never been a bottle
aweet and effective, no matter bow long yon
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or eend na ■ eta. fbr one bottle postpaid or
|1 49 for three bottles or BJi for alt bottlee.
eipreee paid. We pay peeUre and etpreaa
chargee to all polata la u. A.A. When order
ing aend p-ratel or eipreee money order, and
mention thla paper. Write yonr and
eddreaa plainly to
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