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The operations of color prejudice have a habit of being more all-embrac ing than those behind it would have to be. The Jewish Outlook of this city says: News comes from Louisiana that a state court ruled that Jews are barred from saloons, as the law requires sep arate saloons for all races other than Caucasian. Without going into the question of whether or not it is a goou thing for the Louisiana Jews to bti barred from saloons, we are quite cer tain that any possible benefit they may derive would be paid for too dear ly for the privilege of being classed as other than Caucasians. The judge who rendered the decision, to speak in plain Ertglish, should be classed as an animal, viz., an ass —unmitigated. • The colored people of Los Angeles have been given $25,000 for a Y. M. C. A. conditional upon there being raised in addition $75,000. Of this large sum the colored people them selves set out to raise one-half and have already raised nearly $40,000, which is more than they expected to get. Los Angeles is setting a pace in the way of public spirit that is most commendable. Nine Picked Cavalrymen at Coronation of King George V. Attached to the Fifteenth United States cavalry in the great pageant attending the coronation ceremonies of King George V. in London are nine colored cavalrymen under the com mand of Major F. S. Foltz. They are Sergeant E. Scott, Corporal W. Frierson. Privates William Bailey. W. A. Chaney, S. Wright. Elder Green, J. Rutledge. H. Jefferson and B. D. Price. They are expert marksmen and bear medals won in contests for skill. The coronation festivities literally began on Monday. June 12. and will continue through till Saturday. June 24. The number of Americans in at tendance is variously estimated at from 120.000 to 150.000. Hon. John Hays Hammond Is the special ambas sador to the coronation from the Unit ed States. Selma University’s New President. We bespeul; for Selma university. Selma. Ala., continued success and high efficiency under the leadership of its new president, the Rev. Dr. Mat thew W. Gilbert. Dr. Gilbert's schol arly attainments, coupled with his Ion*? years of experience in pastoral and educational work, should add much to the proper management of the ichool. PERSONAL MENTION. Benj. Givens spends his vacation in Colorado Springs next week. Oglesvie Lawson goes to Northwest, ern University next year. Miss C. Hudson is able to be at home from the hospital SHORTER CHAPEL. The Revs. Reynolds and Randolph occupied the pulpit at Shorter Sunday morning and evening. The pastor returns this week from a short visit to Kansas and Missouri points. He is ready to begin prepara tions for the entertainment of the an nual conference in September. Messrs. Barker, Smith, Mesdames McDonald, Jones, Misses Josephs, Hubbard, Eubank and Miller were among the many visitors and returned Denverites at last Sunday’s services. Sunday afternoon the children gained more laurels for themselves in their splendid Children’s day pro gram. Quite a large audience wa,s out to enjoy the affair. Mesdames Walton. Ward. Brown Wade, Misses Nelson and Jones were Shorter’s delegates to the Sunday school convention at Colorado Springs this week. AN EXPLANATION. Through some min Interpretation, Mr. A. Wayman Ward has been men tioned as being connected with the giving of a dance. Such is not the case. Mr. Ward was simply asked to assist in handling the young people who presented a playlet. "A Trip to Europe,” and had no connection with any dance whatever. Respectfully, HEV/KTSON WATSON, Manager of “A Trip to Europe.” WORK WILL SOON START after you take IJT. King’s New Life Pills, anti you'll quickly enjoy tlteir fine results. Constipation and indi gestion vanish and fine appetite re turns. They regulate stomach, liver and bowels and impart new strength and energy to the whole systefh. Try them. Only 25c at all druggists. Denver Personals . FOR SALE CHEAP —Furnished i house, modern. 2239 Arapahoe street. THE STATESMAN ALWAYS HAS ROOM FOR YOUR NEWS. IF YOU WILL CALL ’PHONE MAIN 7905. WE WILL BE GLAD TO RECEIVE YOUR NEWS ITEMS. There will be a call jneeting of the City Federation Wednesday evening, June 21, at the home of Mrs. E. Go ens, 2230 Curtis street. Presidents of clubs will please be ready to report sale of tickets for the Harriet Beech er Stowe centenary. All True Reformers and ex-True Reformers are requested to attend the special Thanksgiving services at Campbell A. M. E. church Stinday, June 18. A special program has been prepared and will be published in next week’s issue. Madam T. D. Perkins went to Chi cago Wednesday on business. She will be gone only a short while. Mesdames C. P. McKenzie and Ma- I halia Phillips gave a surprise for Mrs. i Scott of St. Louis last Tuesday even ing at the home of her sister, Mrs. W B. Franklin, 2301 Kearney street, Park Hill. . The Wednesday Afternoon Study club met with Mrs. Nettie Herndon. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ida Hickman, 2144 Humboldt street. Queen of the West Temple of the Sisters of the Mysterious Ten have arranged a picnic at Bloomfield park, to take place July 22. Miss Lammey of Tulsa, Okla., is in the city for the summer. She will be the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Richardson. Richard Gaskins of Cheyenne spent Monday in the city. Dr. Westbrook spent Tuesday in Boulder on business. The election of officers for Centen- | nial lodge on Monday night resulted j in the following choices: E. C. Turn lin, W. M.: J. L. Little. S. W.: Ernest Howard, J. W.; Caleb Allen, Sec : ! Rev. A. E. Reynolds, Treas.: G. W. Allen, Rev. .7. N. Wallace and Basil Hill, trustees. Dr. S. A. Huff has received the sad news of the death of his father, George Huff, in Memphis, Tenn. Misses Carrie and Zippprah Joseph, who have been teaching in Kansas City, came home last Saturday. They have been fearful for a while that they would be assigned to teaching during the summer session, but for tunately did not have to. Rev. A. E. Reynolds preached at Shorter church on Sunday in his us ual forceful manner. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Derry are now housekeeping at 2018 Marion street. N. G. Walker in Kansas City has been in the hospital of Dr. Perry there having undergone an operation. At their beautiful residence on Humboldt street, Misses Grace and Irene Walker entertained compliment ary to Misses Martha and Kathrine ! Hubbard. The color scheme was red and white, all lights being covered j with paper, while the rooms were strewn with many roses and sweet ! peas. In the alcove an orchestra kept I the guests in good spirits with the lat- ! est of music. Progressive whist was the principal feature of the evening, in which Miss Eva Cooper won first prize and Clarence Prichett the booby A dainty lunch was served, consisting of chicken patties, peas, cream pota toes, lettuce sandwiches, coffee, ol ives, ice cream and cake, punch and black coffee. The party was an expression of great pleasure in having the Misses . Hubbard among us again, and the guests were profuse in their praise of the Misses Walker as hosts. Messrs. Strauthers, Fallings, C. Pritchett, T. Pritchett, Ixmis May, Verne Scott, Durham Campbell, Wil liam Mosby, Wilbur Wood, C. E. Langston. IJoyd Hall, Edward Plum mer, Walter Marshall; Misses Martha and Kathrine Hubbard, Senora Fin ley, Nelsine and ifenrietta Howard, Eva Cooper. The Trip to Europe, the children’s inusicale and chorus which was pro duced at Old Colony hall Thursday night, was a success. The little folks made a profound impression by the manner in which they sang. The ef fort was to secure funds for the chil dren’s open air fund. Hewitson Wat son was. in charge, assisted by Way man Ward. James Martin was called to Kansas very suddenly Monday by the illness of Mrs. Martin, who is' there on a visit. The public is invited to attend the Masons' picnic July nth at Bloom field park. Good music, good order and a large crowd assured. S. R. Contee, chairman. T. S. Rector, booster. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Cook, who have spent a long time in Brush, Colorado, have come again to Denver. Mr Cook is being treated for his hearing. They are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Branche of Clarkson street. E. S. Goodall while on his vacation from the Denver, will visit his family in Fort Collins. Rev. A. M. Ward is expected to re turn to the city from the East next week. In a wreck on the Santa Fe in New Mexico Arthur Carper was among the injured. Mrs. M. 1.. Willis of Henrietta, Tex as, is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Dollis Hamilton. Rev. T. I>. Scott, the evangelist, left the state Wednesday with Chicago as his destination. It is plant d to hold a monster tent revival service this Ho! To the Mountains . Over the Moffat Road—The Greatest Scenic Route in the World—to Tolland and beyond timber line THE TRUE REFORMERS Will Run their Second Grand Annual EXCURSION TO ' TOLLAND THURSDAY. AUG. 17 i gg. : >*- ■ ' • ■MiIMBfiBMBW** 'ie ~«'A , i We have arranged to run a train from Tolland to Corona for the benefit of those wishing to view the great j Yankee Doodle Lake and perpetual Snow. Round Trip from Cenver to Tolland, $2.00 CHILDREN $l.OO Shoes Shoes The White Canvas Shoes are hard to get. We were lucky to pick up a few Children's and Misses White Canvas Oxfords, if you need them don’t wait, won’t have any mcr*. Youths Tennis Shoes 11 1-2 to 2, only -60 c Boys Tennis Shoes 2 1-2 to 6, only -65 c 25c Men’s large Straw Hats, when these are gone won’t be able to get any more, to be sold for 15c KIMONOS AND SHIRT WAISTS Light and Dark Colors worth up to 65c, your OQ_ choice for Saturday, - - 01/v J. A. EDDY 2625 Welton St., Denver THE STATESMAN summer here and he will return to speak there. Miss Gertrude Barbee from Kansas City and Miss Rosa Barbee from Ok lahoma, cousins of the Howards, pass ed through the city last week en route home to Central City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter CoopeF are now living in the Marks house on Marion street. GOOD TENANT CAN SAVE RENT. For rent to desirable tenant at low price, a six room house, modern from basement to roof, located at 956 Emer son in best of locality. Call at 1834 Arapahoe street. The weather man smiled upon the Odd Fellows of Rocky Mountain lodge Wednesday night and as a result a large crowd thronged the pavilion and grounds of Bloomfield park. Dancing was the principal amusement, and the people seemed to enjoy the music and movement out of doors. A feature of picnics at this park now is the fact that transfers can be secured direct ly to the gate from any street car in Denver. NOTICE. All women and girls wishing to join Miss Martin’s stenographic class will meet at the home of Mrs. J. B. Moore. 2925 Glenarm place. Tuesday evening. June Cth, at 8 o’clock. 4 STURM AN*S SAMPLE MILLINERY STORE THE LARGEST IN THE WEST Corner 18th and Champa Sts., Up Stairs, diagonally across from the New Gas and Electric Building Entrance 829 18th Street WHERE THE LIVING MODEL IS IN THE WINDOWS SAMPLES! SAMPLES! TRIMMED HATS! TRIMMED HATS! r We buy only Samples at a big discount. WE RETAIL at HALF THE WHOLESALE PRICE. See our Line of Midsummer Trimmed Hats including the new Lingeries Our bargains in Trimmed Hats WILLOW PLUMES A large shipment received yes terday. Our Specials, $6.45, $7.45, $9.45, $12.45. Both black and white. We guarantee these hand-tied, best heavy fibre. We are a responsible firm and are here to stay. Remember the name, STIJRMAN’S SAMPLE MILLINERY STORE, 15th and Champa St., Enterprise Block. Where you buv Millinery and Plumes AT HALF THE WHOLE SALE PRICE. ✓ OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS MISS MARY L. FITZHUGH The wonderful blind soprano, the ly nil over the fnlted States and ov black Helen Keller or Lady Illlnd ery place she has been, she has met Tom. who was Introduced by Madame with great success considering her E. Azalia* Hackly will appear at being blind. The United States, as a Shorter's A. M. E. church for whole, consider her to be one of the the benefit of Hethlehcm Hap- greatest singers of the modern age tlst church. Miss Eltzhugh Is totally At Shorter's A. M E. church Monday blind. She can sing In three differ- night, June 1». Come see for your ent languages, play the piano, reclle Belt Admission, adults, 35 cents: I’antomine, type write and Is the children. 25 cents. Tickets on sale at greatest attraction we have today. llros.' Ice crenm parlors and Miss Fltzhugh lias traveled extensive Harry 1,. Jones' barber shop. SHORTER CHAPEL, MONDAY, JUNE 19 ATTENTION! THE PEOPLE S PRESBYTERIAN GUILD ' WILL PICNIC AT % Bloomfield Park WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st Tickets 26 Cents GOOD MUSIC, HEALTHY REFRESHMENTS First Class line of Switches, Puffs and Transformations. YOUR COMBINGS MADE UP First-Class Wigs Made to Order. AT REASONABLE PRICES SWITCHES FROM 78c UP MRS. J. T. HAMMOND 1946 Pennsylvania St. Phone Blue 2905 t YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD ON ANY MAKE Or BICYCLE TIRE Can save you money on Repairs and Supplies FRANK J. STARBIRD 924 NINETEENTH BT.