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May 28 —Woman’s Guild of the Church of the Redeemer at the Chap ter House May 30 —Matinee dance at Eureka hall. May 30—Memorial entertainment at Eureka hall by Spanish War Veterans. June 3 —Leap Year entertainment by XX. Century Art and Life Line ciubs. June 6 —Trolley ride by Webster Tem ple and the Woman’s Relief Corps. June 8. —Shirt Waist Matinee dance at Eureka hall June 12 —Odd Fellows will picnic at Bloomfield Park. July 2. —Picnic by Masons at Bloom field Park. July 4. —Picnic by Progressive club of Central church. FOR RENT--Desk room, inquire at this office. FOR RENT —Four-room brick with Ifcth. Inquire at this office. The German American Indemnity Cfonpany makes a specialty of prompt pjyment of claims for sickness and accident. Its policy is liberal and its agents courteous. It is strong and re liable. Call on Phone York 4018 and ask for Bert Patrick. He will gladly explain its methods. FOR RENT—Furnished frqnt room down stairs in modern house. 2856 Welton street. Phone Champa 2619. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In convenient modern house. Mrs. Hen derson, 637 22nd street. FOR RENT —Large furnished front room for gentlemen at 2452 Gilpin St. Mrs. B. P. Johnson. FOR SALE —Furniture for a six room bouse at 1022 29th St. The Paris City Cleaning Work* is living up to its name by having a brand new wagon on the street done in a pretty green. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in modern house. Transient* preferred. 2315 Walnut street. Miss Clark. Mr. R- H. Willis made a trip to Kansas this week. ATTENTION! FRONT!! EVERY BODY!!! Keep off the date of May 30th— “SOLDIERS’ NATIONAL MEMOR IAL DAY." Corporal White Camp Bugle Corps will sound “ASSEMBLY” at Eureka Hall, DECORATION DAY, at 8:30 p. m. Good music and choice refreshments. WHAT TEXANS ADMIRE is hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tnllman. of San Antonio. “We find,’’ he writes, "that Dr. King’s New- Life Pills surely put new life nnd en ergy Into n person. Wife nnd I be lieve they are the best made.” Excel lent for stomach, liver or kidney trou bles. 25 cents nt all druggists. The children of the Rose Bud Nurs ery of the Grand Fountain of United Order of True Reformers will cele brate their annual children's day on the first Sunday in June at Central Bnptist church, at 3 p. m. The pub lic Is cordially Invited. MRS. A. C. CASH. Grand Worthy Deputy. Miss Marie B. Cnshin. sister of Mr*. Rosa C. Johnson of 2642 Marion street, hn* returned from Holly Holly Springs, Mis*., where *he ha* been employed in the Mississippi Industrial college. Come on You MILLINERY BARGAIN HUNTERS 4 7 The Denver Wholesale Millinery Co. is *o % ing to clean up their Wholesale Millinery t Stocs( AT RETAIL IN 10 DAYS. 1000 UNTRIMMED HATS 960 ta 53.95 Inluding alt the new Hemp*. Chips and Milana. They are one-third the former prices l 360 TRIMMED HATS 51.95. 53.95, 53.95 Values in this lot as high ns $12,00. PANAMAS. AIGRETTES, PLUMES AND FLOWERS at clean up prices, which will astonish you. Wa Mass Bualnaaa — Our Laaaaa Yaur Gain. lon’t wait too long. Gat the first selection I \ \W\ \\ out of this immense, beautiful stock of Milli- VV \ nery. We must sell it quickly. We need * money and the prices have been marked \ accordingly. THE DENVER WHOLESALE MILUNERY CO. N. C. POLAK, Proprietor. ••lllni Millinery at Sstsll Sscsad Osar MWaj tistisfi Isl Wm. lIS aai kt apaksa Sit. avar Sckalb Raw l»M Itaaek lr»f Stars. Taa Davatars at rear tanks. Has satartar (faakjt nH II ya. City News Announcement SAVING removed from Five Points to 21st and ™ Curtis Streets, where we have large commod ious quarters, newly fitted up and decorated, we take this means of thanking the public that has patronized us in the past, and of inviting them and others who have not tested the quality of our service to inspect our new home. Our Fountain is now in operation under expert attend ants, our Ice Cream service is the best, and the product of our kitchen will be even better than the past which has given us a reputation of which we are proud. Remember we have Regular Dinner Service week days from 11.45 to 2, and a Special Sunday Dinner. WEST BROTHERS, 21st AND CURTIS STS. Mrs. Clara Franklin has returned to the city after seven weeks' visit In Kansas Dean A. P. Peck will preach at Shorter church at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. tomorrow. \V. Givens of Colorado Springs is in the city. Remember the ladies of the XX Century Art club and the Life Line clubs are going to give their mon ster I*eap Year entertainment at Eu reka hall, Monday, June 3. Admis sion 35 cents. The Har.ell Chapter of the West minster Guild will present on Thurs day evening. May 30. in the audito rium of the People's P. church what is known ns Illustrated Old Ballad Display. This is promising to be a unique affair. The public is invited. Admission .15 cents; children 10 cents. United Brothers of Friendship. Sis ters of Mysterious Ten and Juveniles will hold their annual sermon Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at People's Presbyterian church. Mrs. Sarah Rountree is ill at her home. Mtb. Libbie Clifton is confined to her bed from a severe fall. Mrs. Lillie Smith who is at the hos pital. is improving and expects to be at home next week. The following persons belonging to Class No. 5 of Shorter church have paid their contributions to the rally of the church and those who have not paid are requested to do so on Rallv day. Sunday. June 2fi. E. C. Snadon. E. D. Warfield. S. A. McGuire. Anna Wlms. Carrie Steel. Ella Lenza. M. S. Perkins. Mrs Bobbs. H. L Jones. Chas. Jones. Lula Court ney. J. N. Bates. Mollie Turner. Mat tie Holly. L D. Lamb. E. E. Brown. Anna N. Brown. Katie Kelton. Carrie C. Jones. J. F. Bruce. Maud Wilson. ’’HE STATESMAN- WANTED LADIES-To canvas amongst colored people, some making $5.00 a day. Call Monday, LEVY 803 19th St., near Stout. In loving memory of our Grandfather, Jbseph Watson, who died one year ago. May 24, 1911. MR. & MRS. KEMP. J. H. Kigh has his mother with him. CONSUMPTION Denver, Colo. I had suffered with bronchitis, loss . j of appetite and lost flesh for almost . ! a year until I started taking the . Twentieth Century Wonder Tea. I immediately saw a change and began gaining flesh and could eat almost anything with a relish. 1 soon got so that a cold did not effect me. I had —n confined to the bed from ten to twelve days before taking the Twen | tieth Century Wonder Tea. and I be lieve too much cannot be said in its praise. I cheerfully recommend it to anyone suffering from bronchitis and lung trouble. MRS. BEATRICE DENSON, 211 Clarkson St. Sold by J. J. Bates, manufacturer. 2910 Glenarm place. Denver. MUSIC AT WEST BROTHERS. SUNDAY EVENING, FROM 9:30 TO 11 30, MAY 26, BY THE PEERLESS TRIO. Mrs. Josephine Harding has come to the city from Missoula. Mont., and is visiting her mother and sisters for two months. Mrs. George Derry has gone east on a visit. John Perkins has been called sud denly to TopeKa by the death of his mother. He was out on his run and was caught in Los Angeles with the sad news. He will return home this week, having gone directly to the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Turner have moved from Marion to 2658 Williams street. She is indisposed. I C. F. Deverreaux is in the city en route from his home in Cheyenne to Omaha. He was a caller on The Statesman. Durham Campbell 1ms received no tice of his appointment ns assistant In chemical laboratory of the govern ment pure food depart mem at Wash ington and left this week to take the place. — The Y. M. C. B. will meet at Shorter church. Sunday afternoon in regular session. Rev. Ward will be present nt the meeting. Louis J. Parks has secured a di vorce from his wife through the ef forts of Lawyer Townsend. For express call the C. A. Reeves Fuel and Express Company. Mrs. sarah Rountree is seriously ill, with little hope of recovery. Jos. Robinson of Ft. Smith. Arkan sas, is in the city. WEST BROTHER8 MENU FOR SUNDAY DINNER. Chicken soup with rice. Prime ribs of beef. Fricasseed chicken. Mashed potatoes String beans. Banana fritters. Lettuce and tomato salad. Ice cream and cake. Service begins at 1 o'clock. 5 MUbiC AT WEST BROTHERS, I SUNDAY EVENING, FROM 9:30 TO 11:30, MAY 26, BY THE PEERLESS i RIO. It is most significant of the large part which colored voters play in tne Republican party that the only precinct which that party carried in the recent election was the one over which there was a colored commit teeman and colored committeewoman. It is the precinct at Five Points, No. 1 in Ward 5. Colored persons took a large part in the city election. Sixty workers were used by Republicans under di rection of the colored headquarters. A number of others were hireu in the precincts. The Democrats employed a large number as special officers and workers, and many were volunteer workers for the citizens. The elec tion was marked by the greatest par ticipation we know of on behalf of the contesting parties. The Queen City Chorus appeared * uursday night at Central church, giving its usual fine rendition of class ical chorus work. A. A. vValler has been indisposed. The Self-improvement club gave a unique entertainment Thursday night at Eureka hall. The club was all dressed in American colors and their paper dresses were the occasion of one of the contests. Mrs. Lizzie De- Neal's was considered the best cos tume with Mrs. Abernathy’s second. The program was short, consisting of the appearance of Thelma Hudson gowned as the pink lady, and a Span ish dance done by her and ner lit tle sister, the latter playing the Span ish Cavalier. Being brought up amid the real Spanish dancers of Mexico, they made a big hit. Then the dancing was resumed with Webster's orchestra playing. The crowd was good and all had an en joyable time. Mrs Baker of California is again in the cit>. She was here last year, the guest of Mrs. Reeves. Mrs M. L. Cowan is now house keeping at 2955 Glenarm Place. Mrs Poynter, who has been in fail ing health for some time at the home , of her brother, Mr. Howard of 1934 Ogden street, passed away Monday i of old age. She had reached the ripe age of SO years. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon from the home with Rev. Over officiating as minis’-r and the Douglass undertak ers in charge. Interment was at Faim unt. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fos ter had just arrived Saturday from Texa? to spend a month, her com ing, being niece of the deceased, be ing timely. Her last days were typ ical of the sweet life she had lived. MUSIC AT WEST BROTHERS. SUNDAY EVENING, FROM 9:30 TO 11.30. MAY 26, BY THE PEERLESS i TRIO * FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in [ modern house, permanent and tran i sient. Mrs. Bessie Singleton. 2320 : Lawrence street. Phone Main 7887. There is difference In tae quality 1 of printing Franklin’s printing is good. Phone Main 7905 for estimates. COLLEGE MEN ACTIVE IN CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE. lota Sigma Club In Musical Comady. Bathal Church Honors Pastor. By WHITTIER H. WRIGHT. Philadelphia.—The Iota Sigma (Inter colicgiatesi club of this city recently presented the Mask and Wig club in "The Junior." a typical college play in three musical and comical acts, at St. Pet' r Oarer's auditorium. The Inter collcgiates was organized a little more than a year ago for the purpose of get ting the colored students together, be- Ikying that such association would ben. fit each one and that student life would have more effect upon the com munity. The club numbers twenty-five mem bers and represents the following col leges—namely. University of Pennsyl vania, Temple university, Medlco-Chl 1 rurgical college. Philadelphia Dental o! ge and the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Atnoug the activities of the club are to be found a basketball team, a track team, a baseball team, a tennis team aud a glee club. Miss Willinuette Ferguson, soloist of St. Phillips Episcopal church. Rich mond. Va„ a singer of much promise, is on an extended visit to friends in this city. Since bciug here she lias been in much demand and lias won her u y Into the hearts of the Philadelphia Afro Americans. Miss Ferguson pos sesses a rich soprano voice, which is very effective with the classics. She has received several offers in the line of her profession since being in the ! city, and it is rumored that she may remain here permanently. •Mother" Bethel A. M. E. church | held its fifth annual reception the lat ter part of April in honor of Pastor M \V. Thornton and family. The af fair was liberally subscribed to and largely attended. A very interesting program was rendered. The pastor was presented with a purse of $80. Dr. Thornton is now closing his fifth year at Mother Bethel, with the honor of lining the only minister since Rich ard Allen that has held this charge In Rucccsslon for such a number of years. In 1893 this young man was elected president of Campbell college. Jackson, Miss., which had been struggling for permauent footing for fourteen years. In less than two years he erected its first building on a plot of five acres of ground, gave It a full equipment and an enrollment of 200 students. Dr. Thornton has built several churches, paid off several mortgages, raised thousands of dollars for the con nection and added thousands to the church. He is identified with several successful business enterprises and Is a strong representative of his church and race. In 1892 he graduated from Drake university, Des Moines, la., and was the first Afro-American to receive a diploma from this institution. Camp bell, Paul Quinn and the Philadelphia Bible colleges have in turn bestowed upon Mm the doctor’s degree. He is an able wliter and has been editor of sev eral publications. Dr. Thornton is a life trustee of Wilberforee and presi dent of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Bible institute. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF TEACHERS AT BOWIE, MD. Professor Williams Holds First Insti tute at State Normal School. 3owie, Md. —Tbe Institute For Color ed Teachers of Prince George county held n two day session at the Mary land State Normal and Industrial school. No. 3. of this place, the latter part of March. It was the first insti tute held by Professor J. T. Williams, vice principal of the State Norma! school and the newly appointed su pervisor of the colored schools of Prince George county, an arrangement haring been made with the state au thorities of Maryland by which this school gets the benefit of Prince George county’s allowance of $1,500 per an num for industrial training of colored students in exchange for the service of Professor Williams, whose mission it is to supervise and assist in introduc ing industrial features in the various colored schools of the county. The large attendance of teachers, parents and trustees far exceeded ex pectations and tested the chapel, din ing and dormitory capacity of said school, which proved an ideal place for such a gathering and where Prin cipal D. S. S. Goodloe, his charming wife and family and accommodating student body did all in their power to see that all were hospitably entertain ed and cared for in a most satisfactory manner. The welcome address by Principal Goodloe was a masterly effort, intense ly practical and thoroughly appreciated by the visiting teachers, as was also the splendid example of well rounded and evenly balanced womanhood which was furnished the institute in the person of his better half, who is the mother of several healthy, courte ous and intelligent children and who presides with equal grace and efficiency in the kitchen and other domestic do partments of said school, as she does at the piano, where she proved a veri table artist in interpreting Mozart, Beethoven and W agner. Every teacher of the thirty-eight col ored schools or Prince George county except three, who were absent on ac count of illness, were present and par ticipated in a lively discussion of the many interesting and practical subjects on the program. Special addresses were made to tbe institute by lion. F. A. Sasscer. county superintendent, who is an ardent advocate of education for tbe colored people of Maryland, and by Professor William El. Davis, principal of the Colored Business High school of Washington. Hon. M. Bates Stevens, state superin tendent of education. Maryland, sent a splendid letter to tbe institute, which was replete with encouraging senti ments and practical suggestions, and regretted his inability to be present, as he had planned. All of the thirty-eight buildings aud sites used by colored students iu Trlnco George county are owned by the county, four of them have more than one teacher, and the two recently constructed buildings at Fairmont heights and Bladensburg are valued at $1.500 and $1.2»Y> respectlve- Miss Carrie H. Bundick's Stage Work. Miss Carrie II Bundick of Indian apolis. Ind.. n dramatic performer of note. Is filling engagements in St. Petersburg in a vaudeville show as Mme. Jadaha in the “Dancing Girl.” Miss Bundick received her education for the stage in Chicago. She went to Europe about eight years ago. How the Recall of Decisions Works. Disrespect for law and order breeds crime of the most violeut nature. Think of a person pronounced by a civil court ns being Innocent of the crime charged against him being lyncb ed by a mob because it did not agree with the decision of the court. If this is the way tbe recall of decisions is to be operate.! American jurisprudence is far on the way to chaos and ruin. An f this kind THE DEMONS OF THE SWAMP are mosquitoes. As they sling they put deadly malaria germs in the blood: give you a fine appetite and the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the strength fails: also malaria often paves the way for deadly ty phoid. But Electric Eitters kill and Cover that Bald Spot by using my special Treatment. I promise to grow hair on every persons head who has been bald 25 years. Stop hair from falling, promote new growth in rix weeks, restore color to gray or faded hair without the use of dye. Sat isfaction guaranteed or money refunded. E. WILLIAMS 1830 Arapalm St Dtnvtr, Colo. cast out the malaria germs from the blood. Then follow the icy chills and renew your strength. "After long suffering,” wrote Wm. Fret well, of Lucama, N. C., "three bottles drove all the malaria from my system, and I've had good health ever since.” Best for all stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cents, at all druggists. ARTHUR JACKSON’S ORCHESTRA Why not Patronize Our Race? Do More Encouraging and Less Knocking and Watch them Grow Equal to any Orchestra in the West. Phone Main 5300, Call for E. Caldwell Residence 2420 Walnut Street PHONE YORK 3597 WEBSTER’S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS EMMETT WEBSTER, Manager MONEY IS WAITING FOR YOU.' $lO Loans and upward secured for Salaried Employes, Owners of Furniture and Others. $lO loan, return 35c weekly. $l5 loan, return 50c weekly. $2O loan, return 70c weekly. $25 loan, return 85c weekly. $35 loan, return 95c weekly. $5O lo_n, return $1.45 weekly. Those paying principal and interest. Larger amounts in proportion. No other charge. THE MILLER LOAN CO. 404 Quincy Building-, 1010 17th St. Phone Champa 177. THIS IS THE PLACE TO BUY *OUR SPRING GOODS MME. HAMMOND HAS A FIRST CLASS LINE OF HUMAN HAIR GOODS All STYLES OF SWITCHES, MIXED HAY SWITCHES. TRAMSFORMATIOHS, NIFFS. CHRIS AHO WICS. FREE—T« inch customer a Clutter af Carls ter thn next 30 days who purckasa a Transterm atiaa aad Swrtck PHOME OLIVE RIO 2404 SLERAIM PLACE PgplH EMSMa 1323332330 HAVE YOU TRIED ITT v—l A trial will convince you that Rev. Henderson's tooth powder Is the best on the tparket. For sale at The Atlas Drug Store. 2701 Weltcn street. Kirkhoff Drug Co., Welton and 27th street. Elite Drug Company, 21st and Arapahoe. West Bros. Cafe. 2741 Welton. Harry Jones’ Barber Shop , 1022 19th street. Joseph Welch Barber Shop, 2232 Larimer street. King Hayes, agency, 1033 21nt St. The "Vogue," 2712V4 Welton St. Stearns Cafe. 1008 19th St. Champa Drug Store, 20th anil Champa streets. Moritz Drug Store, 21st and Lari mer stret. Star Drug Store, 21st and Champa street. Agents wanted. Address, HENDERSON MFQ. CO.. 121 S 33rd St., Denver, Colo.