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ITEMS Messrs. Jones, Curtis Harris and Geo. Brooks gave the swellest theater party out to Eliteh's Gardens Thurs day afternoon, to the Misses Givens. Jackson and another guest whose name we were unable to pet. that ha. 1 - yet been given this season. After the box party a delicate and toothsome five-course l>anquct at the ‘Harris Se elusion Parlors," on Clarkson street The young ladies were highly elated over the distinguished honors shown ’ m. Rev. Dr. \V. I> Cook, pastor of St Paul A. M. E. church of St. Louis, Nlo, is expected to spend his vacation in the city. Mr. J W Cooper entertained Miss Victoria Wallace of St I/nits. Mo., and his dnughter. Miss Eva Cooper, at his ranch Sunday .Aug. 1 In the after noon a party of 25 joined them and a most delightful day was si>ent driving and broncho riding. The merry party returned at a late hour, all expressing themselves as being highly entertain ed by Mr. Cooper and a desire to be Invited again. The Free Will Club of Bethlehem will hold Its annual rally Sunday afternoon. August Mh. at Bethlehem at 3 o’clock. Each member and friends are most kindly welcome The Free Will Club kindly Invite* each and every friend to their grand rally Sunday. August Mh The best and biggest thing ever given by this order and rivaling the best ever given by anybody is the picnic and outing of the United Bro thers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten at Bloomfield Park Saturday, August 7. Do you hear? NOTICE—A WONDER. Prof. Will Taylor, bunion* and Ingrowing nails specialist. Guar intend cure Painless, no cutting Phono Main 8358. VI1 Eighteenth street. Ciip this advertisement, as M may not appear ngaln CLAIRVOYANT HERE PROF. P. CORCERA CATEWEJOE, the famed (Zulu l I*-' chic PHRENOL OGIST. CLAIRVOYANT. PALMIST and ASTRAL TRANCE MEDIUM, has arrived tad engaged Suite l at 2«»41 Stout street, where he EX PECTS to do a lucrative BUSINESS. This gentleman guarantees t.> call to von the nr mes of your immediate rel atives and friends. He will tell you whether your sweetheart, husband oi wife Is true or false He will tell of your enemies, if ary. and who they are. He reunites th* departed and settles lovers' quarrels an 1 estrange monts. He will trII you of your health and locate your ailments If any. He locates lost stolen or hidden articles, bulled or hidden treasures, advice glveu on marriage, divorce. Journeys, lawsuits Consult this ciftni PSYCHIC for true fact6 about your future He will tell you Just what and all you want to know He has made many homes happy why rot yours? His n/trlors are at 2041 Stout street. His hours are from 10 a m. to 10 p m., Sundays included Phono Main S051. Correspondence solicited. THE STATESMAN, DENVcR LUKA DO. SHORTER CHAPEL. A. M. E. CHURCH. Sunday is Educational day. Special program by the Sunday School at 9:45. Educational pennon by the pastoi it 11:00 a. m. Subjecj. “The Problem )f the Child.” Mark 10:13. Special program by the choir in the evening at 8 o'clock. The \V M. M. Society will be en tertained by the honorary members Thursday evening at the church in a joint meeting of all the missionaries *f the various churches at 8 o’clock. The following program will be ren dered: Devotionals by Rev. A. M Ward: business of the society; papei by Mrs. P. E. Spratlln; vocal solo b> Mrs. J. W Turley; address by Mrs. Lillie Smith, president of Zion Baptist Mission Circle, a cordial welcome awaits all who come. REV. A M. WARP. Pastor. Mr. Morgan Jackson will furnish main program on August 13. Scott M E. church. Geo. G Ross, captain Help him. That famous Imperial Student Quartette w 11 sing for Club No. 1 August 12. Admission 1? cents. A Scott's M E. church. Y. M. C. B It is the earnest desire of the Exec utlve committee to meet a.'i members of the brotherhood at Zion Baptist churcfi Sunday at 4 p. m. Captains of the various teams will have charge of the meeting and tell what his team stands for. The boosters are expected to put in a good word for the brotherhood from the pulpit Sunday morning. The full program of the anniversary *o l*e held Sunday. Aug. 15. will be llstributed from the various churches n due time. The work of the brotherhood should ippeal to every mother, wife, sister ted daughter in Denver. How much t appeals to you will be seen at the Irst anniversary Aug 15. when ar. ffort will be made to complete the first $1,000 The field secretary of the Y M. C. B. among colored men of Washington. B. C . is contemplating a visit to Den ver to permanently organize our work Will not the entire race rally to us in this anniversary and help us to ac complish this great end? SCOTT’S CHAPE LNOTES. 1 as- Sunday was general class day Tin services were interesting and •vrll attended In the morning. The R* j \' W It Davis, who had promised HU th* pulpit, did not show up all day. The Epworth League will hold its free «ocInl Tuesday evening The members and friends are cordially In 'Itod to be present and join in the festivities of the evening Mrs Anna Bobo read an excellent apej- at the rocent district confer ence on The Negro in the Methodist Episcopal Church ' The paper was generally discussed and highly com plimented by the members of the cor* ference. It will appear in print and it will n ake interesting reading. The R v. J. N. Wallace, pastor of Scott’s, ias arrived and will preach all day Sunday. He will preach on ’’Christ he Rock" at the morning service, ind will tell of the impres sions he received at the district con ic rr nee. Illustr. ted Sermon at Campbell chapel. Twenty-third and Lawrence streets, Sunday evening, Aug. 8, at 8 p. m. W. C. Williams, Pastor. The Prodigal Son. 1. He j jurneys to a Far Country. 2. And here Wastes his Substance. 3. He <ives Riotously. 4. I’nti he has Spent All. 5. He i Sent into the Fields to r eed Swii e. 6. He Vould Fain Fill himself with Swii e Husks. 7. He eturns to his Father's House. 8. His Father has Compassion upon him. 9. His return celebrated with feast and merry making. 10. Th Elder Brother remonstrates wit i his Father. The forking Men's Protective As sociate i meets every second and fourth Thursday nights at the Odd Fellows hall. 1834 Arapahoe street. This association guarantees to its tnembei ? a benefit and protection equalle< by few and excelled by none. It is < rganized under the laws of the state c f Colorado and application blanks may be had by the secretary. I. T. FULBRIGHT. Pres. .1 HICKMAN. Vice-Pres. C. C. SPENCER, Rec.-Sec. J. N. ALLEN, Fin.-Sec. J B. PERRY. Treas. Mr. Morgan Jackson will furnish main rograrn on August 12. Scott M. E. hurch. Geo. G. Ross, captain. Help 1 im. AFR ) AMERICAN MINISTERS’ UNION NOTES. The Ministers’ Alliance will meet at the Campbell A. M. E. church be ginnin with August 17th. The next meetin ; will be held at Scott's and then t »e change will be made. The Rev Thomas-Hazell has au nounc« d that his church will have a rally » n the first Sunday in October. The Union did not meet Tuesday becaut ® so many members were ab sent. At the next meeting some very import int matters will come up. The progrt m for the next six months wib be sul mitted by the program commit tee. A b ti will be placed upou ministers ''omin : to our city without the proper -efere ices. In the future caution will be e ercisod in having unknown nreac! ers appear before the public. This rill be a timely action and one that should have been taken long ago. THE SERVICES FOR AUG. 8TH AT F EOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. pre icher—Rev. J. A Thos. Hazell. S. T. B. Mo nine topic How Are You Dis posin of Christ ?** 3 p m —The rite of baptism will be >dmi istered and the communion of ’he I ord’s Supper will be celebrated. Me nbers of all sister churches in -ond ind regular standing are special ly !B 1ted to th* Lord’s Supper LOST \ si tsr whose first name is I till*. Sh£ bu two uncles, namely. Osear and Will Fountain. LUlie’s lor me r! PAGE 9 home was in Oswego, Kan. Has a brother in Kansas City, Mo., name, James Keatherly. If anyone can give any information concerning this party inform J. D. Rice, 2514 Washington avenue., or call Main 645 G. Mr. Morgan Jackson will furnish main program on August 12, Scott M. E. church. Geo. G. Ross, captain. Help him. We appreciate the kindness shown by our many friends during the ill ness and death of our father, Rev. Jas. H. Hubbard. MRS. A. C. WILLIAMSON. MRS. ESTHER H. MORRIS AND FAMILY. Miss Ethel Jackson returned to Cheyenne Monday after a week’s visit with the Misses Williams of Pearl street. Misses Mayme and Lulu Williams went to Cheyenne Thursday of last week to attend the entertainment given by Messrs. Devereau and Davis. They returned Monday. Mrs. Priscilla Fuqua Williams an nounces the marriage of her daugh ter. Mayme Lee, to Mr. James Kelly of Memphis, August 4, 1909, at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Cammell, Misses Brooks and Duncan are the guests of Mrs. Evans of 22nd and Arapauoe streets. They were entertained by Mrs. Walter C< oper at dinner yester day. Mr. Morgan Jackson will furnish main program on August 12. Scott M. E. church. Geo. G. Ross, captain. Help him. Among those going to the Baptist Association of the state from this city were: Rev. Over. J. W. Jackson, Mrs. UlUe Smith, Rev. Beckham. Mrs. H. Mary Dickinson, J. W. Russell, Miss Beatrice Thrashley. A. C. Jackson, Miss Charlotte Clark, C. B. Hill. I. H. Harper. Rev. Reynolds, wife and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shelbun are be reft of their baby boy. Ernest, as a result of whooping cough. The funeral was held from the family residence on Curtis street Tuesday. Rev. Beck ham being In charge. The remains were laid to rest in Fairmont by Un dertaker La whom. C. C. Demry leaves the city Wed resday for Detroit, where he will at tend the grand session of the Elks. He is not large in stature but in the 10.000 Elks who will parade there h*' >avs every little bit helps. He will tl.en go to Chicaco. where he will re main fer an extended period. Miss Ella Demrv. now become Mrs. Glover by recent marriage, accompa ries her husband to Savannah. G*\, on a honcymocn trip and then they go to Chicago to live. The best and biggest thing ever given by this order and rivaling the best ever given by anybody is the picnic and outing of the United Bro thers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten at Bloomfield Park Saturday. August 7. Do you hear? The Denver Negro Business League will meet at the office of Dr J. H. P Westbrook. 917 21st street. Tuesday evening, August 10. at S o clock, for the election or officers for the ensu ing year. It is expected that a large attendance will be present. Dr. J H. P Westbrook. Pres. J H. Stuart. Sec.