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THE NEWPORT ANNEX CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM Short Orders at All Hours. Regular Dinner 20c from 12 noon to 3 p. m. Special Sunday Dinner, 30c. YVe make a specialty of the Best Coffee in the City. PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR LADIES Give us a trial. We will try to please you. We solicit your patronage. We have in connection 15 Nicely Furnished Rooms. Also the Old Reliable NEWPORT THIRST PARLOR RICHARD FRAZIER ATOM LEWIS, Proprietors 1841-3-5 ARAPAHOE ST., DENVER, COLO. TELEPHONE MAIN 7413 HH the: B||W| c afitol ■H CLUB A SOCIAL CLUB MACK SMART Managtr 921 Twentieth Street Denver, Colorado THE NAIL ORDER HOUSE Of Yesterday is the TELEPHONE ® ORDER house of To-day. The Mails are slow. The Long Distance Tele phone places yourjorder and’brings its _ acceptances one conversation. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegragh Co. GASAWAY WALTON AUTO LIVERY Auto Service Day or Night, by Mile or flour Telephone Day or Night Main 5038 Garage 23rd & Larimer Sts. Phone Main 1855 FIRE PROOF STEAM HEAT PALMER HOTEL T. H. JOHNSON, Proprietor Newly Built and Newly Furnished HOT AND COLD BATHS 2130 Arapahoe Street Denver, Colo. ADVANTAGES OFFERRED at Tuskegee Institute The enrollment at Tuskegee Instt- sion get a splendid opportunity In tute for the school year just closed general farming and In the use of lm was 1.702. Of this number 1,114 were proved farm implements and Intensive young men, 221 of whom took agri- methods. culture as a trade. Three and four crops are grown The advantages offered by the Agri- eac h year on our truck garden. In cultural Department of Tuskegee In- which there are eighty acres to grow stitute are exceptional. The teaching vegetables for the school and town, is excellent, the latest improved im- This division has realized from *300 plements are used and the very best F40U an acre on some of its garden oreedB of live stock are maintained. land - Tlle truck garden operates two The following Industries are of- Ve feaches" grapes lered: Farming. tr “' k -fums, pears and figs' are grown in fruit growing care and management fr ' uk growlng dlvision . Bight y of mules and horses, dairy husban- „ are devoted to th „ kIn< f of dry, dairying, poultry raising, swine work raising, beef production and slaugh- The dlvlslon Qf and manage . tering, canning and veterinary scl- ment of hor8e8 and mule8 hag ence - head of stock under its charge which It is impossible for the institution are used to do the work on the farm to supply the demand for persons and the hauling of the school, trained in agriculture. Applications The dairy husbandry division*con come for persons to teach agriculture tains a herd of 212 head of cattle, in various schools, while others are which supply milk to the dairy, which wanted to manage dairies, to oversee is made into butter and cheese or the work of a large plantation, to sold as ~ or skim milk to the operate a truck farm. Good salaries boarding department of the school, are offered. and to the town. The school farm consists of 2,400 Any young man with a purpose in acres; 1,000 acres of this land are un- v * ew can secure an agricultural edu der cultivation. In the farming dlvi- cation at Tuskegee Institute at little sion it is the plan to raise all food- expense to himself, stuffs as nearly as possible for the or information as to courses of 1,200 head of live stock owned by the study, expenses, etc., letters should school. The young men in this divi- be addressed to Booker T. Washington Principal Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee, Alabama THE STATESMAN- DENVER PERSONAL MENTION SCOTT M. E. CHURCH (26th and Clarkson.) There will be a grand Echo meeting at the church next Monday evening. The Rev. J. N. Wallace, district su perintendent of the Colorado district will tell of the wonderful educational and missionary meeting recently held in St. Louis, Mo. All are Invited to attend. There will be others on the program. Mrs. Lillian Jones will sing a solo and Mrs. Wright will also sing. Responses, etc. will be made by the League. The Reverends Rice and Randolph held things well in hand during the past two weeks. The church and all of the departments are spiritually ac tive. We extend to these faithful ministers o£_the Gospel a hearty vote of thanks for this unselfish service to our church. The Rev. H. R. Gipson of Pueblo, Colorado, is moving things down in that "burg.” He has recently bought a church home for our people. The white ministers are giving every en couragement. He has a grand rally planned for the first Sunday in Sep tember. The program for the District Con ference will soon be out. It Is quite an able program. Every phase of the home and church life will be dis cussed. The conference will be held in Colorado Springs sometime dur ing next month. Mr. Maddox of Kansas City, Mo., was present last Sunday and led the League to the delight of all who were privileged to hear him. The time grows apace for the church roofing rally. Let all who have promised something for this en terprise be ready on the 27th of thiß month. The pastor will fill the pulpit both morning and evening tomorrow. He will tell of some of the impression made upon his mind during his at tendance upon the educational and missionary meeting. Come out and hear these discourses. The money shower last Monday night was an entire success. Quite a neat sum was realized for the La dies’ Aid society. Mrs. Anna B. Daw son and others worked faithfully to make this entertainment a grand suc cess. The Sunday school will picnic at . ashington park next Thursdaj. Au gust 24. You are invited. Miss Lucy Hawkins, a teacher In the schools of Topeka, who has been visiting in California, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Eva Porter of 2529 East sth avenue. The friends of Mr. O. Lawson, who expects to leave for Northwestern university, Chicago, anticipate giving him a farewell entertainment. Misses Dudley of North Carolina and Miss Foßter of Kansas City ac companied their fathers to the Con gress. Rev. Alex. Conway of New York was a visitor to this office Thursday. Clarence J. Tolliver of 2800 Arap ahoe street is a special agent for the Mystic Light, a Masonic Journal from Illinois. Phone Main 8562. Carl, the son of Mrs. McAfee of Marion street who went away with the circus a few days since, while First Class line of Switches, Puffs and Transformations. YOUR COMBINGS MADE UP Flrst-Claaa Wigs Made to Order. AT REASONABLE PRICES SWITCHES FROM 78c UP MRS. J. T. HAMMOND 1946 Pennsylvania St. Phone Blue 2905 Phone Main 7947 WM. VOIGTS Watchmaker and Jewelerf) Watches, Clocks, Jswslry, Silverware, Etc. FINE REPAIRING OF ALL[KINDS 611 27th Street, At 5 Points MRS. D. L. JONES [OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK. TEACHER OF MILLINERY, FANCY WORK, SHAWL*!! SLIPPER MAKING ALSO HAIRDRESSING, MANICURE MASSAGE and SC ALP TREATM ENT I naki , specialty if Halt Miimtictarlsf Phone Residence Main 5286 2736 Walton St 2 attempting to return borne was killed by being run over by the train. His remains were brought home and the funeral occurred from the home Inursday afternoon. This is a sad end, indeed, a tragedy which came out of a boyish prank. The mother and aunt have the sincere sympathy of many friends. Mrs. Travers was hostess at a stylishly appointed breakfast Wednes day morning in honor of Mrs. Chas. Young of Ft. Russell and Dr. Tomp kins of Kansas City. Mrs. Young was also the guest of honor at a mat inee party at Elitch’s Wtednesday with Mrs. Freeman as the hostess. Mrs. Watkins of Omaha is the guest of Mrs. Mae Byrd. Mrs. S. R. Abernathy was a charm ing hostess at a 10 o’clock breakfast Tuesday, complimentary to Miss Pearl McNeal of Topeka, Kans., and Mrs. George Robinson of Colorado Springs. Rev. J. E. Ford left the city yester day for Chicago and St. Paul and thence to Jacksonville. Mrs. Helen Carter, who has been visiting with Dr. Ford, left the city Thursday for Chicago. Mrs. Bessie Butler, who passed away Saturday, was buried Tuesday from the Peoples’ Presbyterian church, Rev. Holmes officiating. Cap tolia Temple of the S. M. T., of which she was a member, had charge of the services. Miss Goff of Louisville is here vis iting. She is a teacher there. A good cold soda, a mixed drink or ice cream sundae is just the thing now-a-days. Get your summer refresh ment at the Elite drug store, Twenty first and Arapahoe streets. Phone Main 2701. D. J. SULLIVAN FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Artistic Funeral Designs at Short Notice Your Patronago Appreciated 534 15th St., near Welton Phone Main 2488 Madam J. M. Mason LADIES’ TAILORING um FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING PARLORS Ladies’ Suits Remodeled Connected with the London Clothes Cleaning and Pressing Co. 76-78 Broadway Denver, Colo. Phone South 659 J. H. BIGGINS 2231 WASHINGTON FURNITURE REPAIRING SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD Phone, Main 4610 H. BROWN Will deliver 2or more Sacks of Coal to any part of the city free. If you have phone I will pay ALL KINDS OF COAL Telephone Champa 2490 1010 19th St., Denver, Colo. SEEING IS BELIEVING Tna flnaat and largeat atock of Ladlea and Qanta* slightly uaad clothing In the West. Theatrical Gowns, Evening Gown*. Fins Full Droaa Suita for rent Wo buy and tell good elothlng only. Also traveling man’s aamplaa, now, at wholesale prieae. The only American In the bualnaaa In the city. TH« ORIGINAL 52S 15th Street Phone Main Mil ICE CREAM The Five Points Creamery Makes the Best Cream in the City, and Retails it at $1.25 per gallon. Special Rates to Organizations and Churches. Phone us, we will deliver promptly 817 E. 26th AVE. PHONE MAIN 4396 < THE J. R. WARD FURNITURE & AUCTION CO. 1010-16-18 EIGHTEENTH STREET SELL AT AUCTION EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M. Furniture Bought for Cash or sold on commission RESIDENT SALES A SPECIALTY The Cheapest house in town to buy goods, you can’t afford to miss us. Phone Nain 7848 J. C. HAMPSON, President E. T. McELVAIN, Secretary THE atlas DRUG CO. Succoaaor to J. C. HAMPSON 27th & Welton Sts. Denver, Colo. iPhono Main 895, 876 PRESCRIPTIONS Complete Line of Drugs, Chemicals, OUR Patent Nedicines and Toilet Articles SPECIALTY FIRST-CLASS WINES AND LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE . VQUR PATRONAGE ICITCP Special Sunday Excursion Rates THE COLORADO & SOUTHERN RY. OFFERS The Far-Famed Georgetown LOOP TRIP.. 52 00 TRAIN AT 8.10 A. M. Colorado Springs and I M Eldora ."Switzerland Trail Manitou ) Trip*' «o ryi Trains at 8.00-8.30-9.00 A. M. . /' .Train at 8.00 A.*M. Pike's Peak $6 00 Morrison ‘ 40 Pueblo 3 25 (includer Red Rock. Park. Idaho Springs 1 25 Admission effective Map 13) Cpipple Creek 450 Glacier Lake 175 (Via Short Line) Boulder jqq Train at 8.00 A. M. Golden 50 Picturesque Platte Canon Resorts ...$1 00 to $2.25 Also Sunday to Monday Rates to Many Points The Regular Summer Tourist Rate* for the Season to all State Points are placed on sale SUNDAY, MAY 14. 1911 T. E. FISHER, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo. - f . STOP t LOOK! LISTEN! It’s on the railroad tracka where rents are small —expenses low—and a little cash buys a mighty big lot of furni ture. BABY GO-CARTS. The one-motion, collapsible kind, worth $9.00 retail; wholesale price $4.50 Iron Beds $1.60 up Oak Dressers $6.80 up Brass-Beds 80 to $1.60 BANITARY COUCH—FuII bed size, folding $3.60 KITCHEN CHAIRS—S spindles, dou ble bent back, reinforced DINING ROOM CHAIRS—Box seat, $2.50 value $1.66 PHONE MAIN MM. Do you work for money? Why not Set ■WMAII your money work for you. Ours works night and day, and we can place yours in the same position, talk it over with ‘•j THE COLORED AMERICAN LOAN & REALTY GO. 913 TWENTY-FIRST ST. A. A. WALLER, Secretary and Manager MATTRESS—Cotton filled. regular 12.50 value 18.76 PEDESTAL DINING TABLE—SIS.OO value 80.60 F. M. Franklin & Son 2016 Blake St. Best reached via the Larimer Street Car Line. GET OFF AT 20TH STREET. We wouldn't ask you to come away down here If we couldn’t maka It worth your while. Investigate, com pare—the saving Is big.