Knights of Tabor X?™ ™ Aug.l2
THE COLORADO NEGRO BUSI
Object—To Promote the Commercial
and Financial Development of
Tuesday and Wadnasday
J W Jerk roa. president. Urn tar;
M B. Brooks flnit rlca praolili.MiL
Pueblo; W H. Iloppar. second vice
president tkuunnvllle. Mrs. Helen
Uatewood. third rice president. East
onrlllc. W. A. Gatewood. recording
aecratarr, Easlouvllle; Dr. J 11. P
Westbrook, corraapondlng aocrvtary.
Denver; L I- Jama*, treaaurer. Pu
eblo; Kev H F. Bray, organliar, Pu
Ktigene I*. Boose, Colorado Splings;
0. T. Jackoon. Boulder; Cheater A.
Franklin, Denver: 8 H. Tarbet. Den
ver; Dr. 8. A Huff, Pueblo; J. Baler,
Pueblo. Mrs Jennie Drum. Baaton
vllle; C. K Jarkaon, Aapen: tieo. W.
Waya and Means—B. P Boose,
chairman, ArrangemenU—W. H. Dun
can, chairman; Reception—T J. Man
ley, chairman. Music—R. B. Fleming,
chairman; Invitation—F. J. Utper,
chairman: Decoration —W. H. Bell,
chairman; Memlierahlp—H. H. Sey
mour. chairman; Resolution—Rev. R.
W. Johnson, chairman; Press—Porter
8. Simpson, chairman; Badges—Mm.
A. L Whittaker.
DENVER, COLO., FRIDAY AUGTST 9. 1907
Tuesday. August 2Mh, 10 a. m.
PAVILION STRATTON PARK
league called to order by Eugene P.
Boom. Chairman Blate Ex
Invocation Re*. J. C. C. Ow*u.«*ueblo
Introduction of the Slate President.
Address** of Welcome.
On behalf of the city
Hon David N. Holier. Mayor
On behalf of Chamber of Commerce
Mr T .1 Ftsh.-r. President
On behalf of Loral league
F M Rol>ert*. A B. President
On behalf of Women's Clubs
Mrs K. D. Tillman
For State League
J H P. Westbrook. M D
For the Visitors and National
League Hon. Charles Hanks
Cashier llnnk of Mound Hayou
Appointments of Committees.
A—Credentials. B—Resolutions. C
—Auditing D —Nominations
Report of the State Organlier
Rev. H. F. Bray. Pueblo
Hew I Have Succeeded In the Milli
Mrs. L. V. Douglas. Denver
Possibilities In Mining Investment..
H. D. Earl, Colorado Springs
Instrumental Solo ..
Miss Daisy Bell, Pueblo
How to Dalfy the Colored People In
the Business Interest of the Com
munity.. .Rev. W. H. Prince, Pueblo
Whal Professional Men Can Do to
Assist Business Men
Dr. J. A. Harper, Denser
Vocal Solo Mrs. S. Dail, Pueblo
Mrs. Bettle Pratt. Colorado Springs
Music under the direction of
Mrs. E. B Butler. Colorado Springs
Tuesday Evening, ■ O'clock.
Invocation Rev. R. W. Johnson
My Success in Ranching
Mrs. Jennie Dram, Bsatocville
Hon. W. B. Townsend. Pueblo
Address Judge James A. Orr
State Song—Written by
Mrs. Eva Carter Buckner
Address Hon Charles Banks
Mound Bayou. Miss.
Music by Centennial Band.
Wednesday. August 21st, 9:SO a. m.
Invocation Rev. H. South
Can a Bank be Established and Sup
ported In Colorado
O. N. Bray, Paeblo
Undeveloped lands in Colorado. ..
W. H Duncan. Colorado Springs
Report of Delegate to National league
Geo. W. Gross. Swlnk
President's Annual Address
J. W. Jackson
Wednesday Evening, August 21st. t:00
O'clock. Temple Theatre.
Invocation Rev. G. M. Tillman
Should the Bktabllshment of a Ne
gro Town and Colony be Encour
aged in Colorado
W. A. Jonea, M. D„ Denver
Five Cents a Copy
Power of the Negro Press
Chester A. Franklin
Editor Denver Statesman.
Address. .Hon. Isaiah T. Montgomery
Address Hon. Franklin E. Brooks
Music Under the Direction of
Prof. L. L. McGruder
Anyone engaged In some kind of
productive Industry or Interested in
the same is eligible to membership.
Persons Intending to be present
should send their anuses to Mr. T. J.
Hanley. 811 Beat Castilla Street, Colo
Rste of one fare for the round trip
will be granted on all railroads Tues
day. August 20th, good for ten days
A picnic has been planned for the
entertainment of delegates Tuesday
afternoon. August 20, at Stratton park,
and a banquet Wednesday evening.
The keynote of the convention will
be to ascertain the sentiment of the
Industrious Negroes of Colorado In
regard lo entering upon a general plan
of race building and the establishment
of a Negro town and colony.
The National Negro Business
league meets In Topeka, Kans.. Aug
ust 14-16. A large delegation is ex
pected from Colorado.
The Lone Star Chapter 0. E. S. in
vite# you to a Lawn Social at Mrs.
Smith's, 306 York-St. Wednesday even
ing. Admission 10c.
To the Public: We. the elders of
ihe Presbyterian church, do hereby
say to the public that it Is a well
known fart that ever since that we
came from the A. M. K. church Rev.
D. D. Colo and his followers have been
criticised and yet through the help of
God. we have come thus far. We
have learned again that every knock
is a boost We as members of the
People's Presbyterian church, have
learned to quit knocking and gone to
boosting, and therefore we stand
ready to vindicate D. D. Cole as our
pastor and boost him to the top.
CHARI *ES HUNTER.
By order of the Session Clerics:
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