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NEWS FROM CHICAGO.
The sixtieth anniversary of the Quinn Chapel A. M. & church is now being held in this city. Mr. Henry Robinson of Kentucky is in the city and will remain pertna ■ently. Mr. Barge Osborn of Chicago will leave about August 7th for a two weeks' visit with friends aud relatives In Denver. Colo. Mr. Osborn was for merly a resident of Denver John Howard, colored, and the man that did all he could In the city of Chicago in 1877 to oppose and re tard colored people In trying to have the Clvl Rights Bill to become a law In the state of Illinois, which gives to the colored people In this slate all the rights and privileges before the law, the same that Is now given to while people. Is now arrested and In the Cook county Jail, Chicago, on the charge of murdering Mrs. Mary Churchill. This is the same John Howard that kept a saloon in Chicago a number of years ago. The colored people in Chicago are very much astonished end surprised to think that the colored ministers 01 the Baptist convention tbat lately met In New Orleans, La., should have given their sanction and approval to any kind of a scheme that Is engtneer ered and directed liyr one William dray of Chicago, who claims to be a minister of a Baht Is church In Chi cago. We are unable to And the church In the city of Chicago tbat he has charge of. The scheme of one Rev. William Gray 111 that he is at tempting to collect money for building a home for aged colored Babllst min isters at Braldwood, Illinois, which Is about 40 miles from Chicago This is the same Rev. William Gtay that has drifted around from place to place and a short lime ago was compelled to leave Evanston, 111., under the most unfavorable circumstances. This Is the same Rev. Win, Gray who was lately expelled from the Musonlc fra temity In the state of Illinois. Mr. William M. Farmer Mr. Hale 0. Parker, Mir. John G. Jones, Mr. W. W. Johnson, and several leading Re publicans throughout the country have issued a call for a national con ference of the colored Republicans to meet at Buffalo, N. Y„ on the 14th of January, 1808, for the purpusc of con sidering the best Interest of the color ed men In the next national campaign and also to appoint a committee to at. tend the National Republican conven tion. Queen of Sheba Chapter of thg Order of Bastern Star held election of officers last Thursday, Mrs. F. A. Campbell was elected worthy matron of the Chapter. Mrs. Campbell la a very aealous and active worker among the colored race, and a bright and shining light in the order of Eastern Star. Mr. George Johnion of New York THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. City, and Samuel Price of Philadel phia, are in the city on a visit. The general Masonic Convention of Colored Masons of the United States will meet in Chicago in August, will be largely attended. A number of colored Masons from different parts of the country have already signified their intention to be present. Mrs. J. W. Johnson of 358 W. 27th street, was elected president of the 20th Century Club last Wednesday. Western Light Consistory of Color ed Scottish Rite Masons of this city gave a banquet on last Monday, and it was largely attended by the colored Masons of this city, and also a utim ber of ladies and gentlemen. Ad dresses were made by Lawyer John G. Jones, 33d Sov Grand Commander of the Colorado Scottish Rite Masons in the United States. Mr. S. H Prather 33 and several others. HAVRE, MONT. The dinner given by the ladles ol the church was a decided success. The neit on the programme l£ a pic nic on the 22d of August. Rev. J. H Hubbard, presiding cider, and Rev. J. H. C. Redd of the Falls will be with us on Tuesday. This will be the last quarterly meeting this conference year. Miss Pauline Baker and Mrs. Redd were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lawson and daughter Ruth on Mon day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barner went out on a fishing tour last night. Mr. Osborne Is quite sick with the foot disease. Mrs. Preston has sold her property and has moved her home on a corner lot In another part of the city. Mrs. Nanc) Jackson entertained at breakfast Rev. Wm. Gailllard and wife. Miss Baker and Mrs Redd. The entertanment gven by Mrs. Redd for organ fund was a grand suc cess, having raised half on the orran Mrs. Wm Gailllard. Mrs. J. H. C. Redd and Miss Baker were the guests of Mrs. Silas Jones and daughter. Mrs. Brown, on Saturday. Sergeant Thomas Allsup showed his ability as a first-class cook In prepar ing and rooking himself a dinner In honor of Mrs. H. E. Redd and Miss Baker of the Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Gailllard on Wednesday. The dinner was enjoyed very much. Mrs. N. Jackson and Mrs. Jones went out to the fort on Wednesday. The literary was graced with the presence of Sergeant Rose of the hos pital corps of Fort Asslnnlbone. Mrs. H. E. Redd, missionary, la do ing a good work In Havre. The peo ple are very much pleased with the aucceaa of the church work. Souls are being added to the church and the church aplrttually revived. GET THERE THE BIGGEST THING OF THE SEASON. Monday August 12th GIVEN BY THE .KNGTTS. AND DAUGHTERS O F TABOR AT Palmer Lake DAUGHTER KITTIE A. JOHNSON DAUGHTER AUGUSTAVIA HARRIS DAUGHTER NANNIE M. WELLS DAUGHTER CLARA B. CRAFT SIR L. J. JONES SIR ALFRED CROCKETT DAUGHTER A. J. REESE SIR C. B. STONE DAUGHTER ALPHA SAUNDERS SIR McKINZIE DAUGHTER ALICE JONES DAUGHTER CROCKETT DAUGHTER LAURA CARSON SIR JAMES HOWARD The colored orphanage and old folks' home, city location 44$ to 452 South First street, Jerome Park. Our suburban property, 160 acres, sixteen miles northeast of Denver and 105 feet higher than Denver, where nature smiles. Incorporated October, 1905, Our executive board Is undenomina tional. We receive any child or aged cautiously. Anyone desiring Informa tion of any kind relative to this char itable work among our people or any othnr nationality will ltd any of the following officers ready and willing to explain the work and Its needs: Robert Gray, president: Mrs. J. A. Smith, vice president; Mrs. J. P. Blackwell, second Tice president; Mrs. Larenla Knight, matron; Mrs. Hattie Shelton, assistant matron; Mrs. Hattie Overman, chair man building fund; Mrs. M. E. Morrl son. solicitor, 834 South 12th street: William R Rhodes, secretary and treasurer, 2535 East sth avenue. "Not looking each of you to his own things, but each of you also to tfe* .things of othace." PAGE 3