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By onler of Lone Star Chapter, No. 15, all member? are requester! to be present at the election of officers, Dee. 8. S. Clingman. R M. L. Moore, Sec. Rev. Helm and family have moved to Curtis St. C. C. Hall of Pasadena, Calif, is here for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Lulu Williams of 19-111 Pearl Street, who has beeu sick is some what Iretter. Mrs. Geo. Hutchinson of Albuque que, N. if., is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. J. Bretdlove. Mrs. Mabel Carter went to Colora do Springs Monday to spend a few days. Master Robert Hayden has been confined to the house for two weeks with tonsilitis. John J. Dudley of Atchison visited with his aunt. Mrs. Retrecca Davis of 8635 Walnut St. Mrs May Yarnell of Greeley, who is now stopping with Mrs. C. C. Young of Blake Street, visited her husband last week returning Wed nesday. Rev. Sanders enro ule to Silverton left Monday after visiting friends. The Cniversity of Nebraska, the Cdorado College and Agricultural team played colored footliall players this season and all eo far have acquitted themselves well. The People's Sunday Alliance will present the following program Sun day: Instrumental Solo, Miss Lela Webster; Vccal Solo. Mrs. Ida Banks; Mandolin Solo, C. N, Gaskin; Paper. "Getlingonin the World." Thomas S. Ewell. Last Sunday Mrs. Eroman read an excellent paper. "Then and Now.” Persons having news or in formation of importance will give it to the Current Literature Committee. The following resolutions wore adopt ed: The People's Sunday Alliance hav ing as one of its avowed purposes tbs promotion of Negroes’ rights as citi zens, considers it their duty to ex press themselves upon the recent election in the State of Maryland. Whereas, We believe that the acts of the southern states, nidifying the general constitution have already en dangered the peace, prosperity and perpetuity of this nation and that the spread of race hatred and disfran chisement will destroy the nation’s claim of popular government, and ns n result must soon perish from the face of the earth. Be it therefore J Resolved, That we condemn the un American sentiment of Senator Gorman and his cohorts in attempt ing to disfranchise thousands) of col THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. ored citizens and a large percentage of naturalized foreigners of the State of Maryland. Be it therefore Resolved, W» commend the states manlike effort of Secretary Bonaparte and his co workers. Senators Boyner and Governor Warwick for their broad liberty loving defense of the elective franchise which resulted i n the overwhelming defeat of Gorman and his infamous measure. James J. Manuel C. W. Buford J. H. P. Westbrook , M. D | By request. Sunday evening at S | o’clock at the People’s Church, 2461 Darimer Street, Rev. D. D. Cole, pas tor, will deliver the sermon he preach | ed on Nov. 12, theme: “Somebody is Wrong About this Bible.,’ Thanks giving services will consist of praise i meeting at 7 o’clock, speaking meet ing at S o'clock, and Thanksgiving sermon at 10 o’clock by the pastor, soloist, Nellie Marsbbanks. At night 1 the Sunday School will give a con j cert. The ladies will serve dinner at the church for 25 cents. Always Staunch And True The Denver Republican has al ways avoided the fallacies and knaveries of yellow journalism, and its steadily increasing Circula tion proves conclusively that it ; policy of telling the plain Truth without exaggeration or misrepre -1 sentation. standing fast for the Right, i - , heartily approved with growing force by the intelligent Public to which it appeals. To read it is a liberal Education and the citizen who goes without it docs a positive harm to himself, to his family, and to the commu nity. 1 In no other way can the invest ment of 2M cents per day —for that is all The Republican costs any subscriber—bring such rich results in that Knowledge which is both Power and Pleasure Information, instruction and en tertainment fill its columns and it , leaves a good taste in the mouth of the reader. It stands for Law and Order in i the State—for Peace. Prosperity ■ and Happiness in the Home. 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L* 1 Ho-l 'hire all in and outside! 1 am doing my all helping other* help them */»lve*. Ido not l>elieve in or about anything:! know but little. I live more. Von know but little about God or Jon* when you know but little of yourself. In brief I am infracting in a living life wherein you will love to live here healthy. succe»- ful and happy. The poor. rich. *aint or *iuner of any home, school or church are welcome Motto—l will think kindly of. *i»al Umlly to and art kindly toward all life in the universe. Whom can I help* The Body of One That is in pain; poor circulation; loss of sensory or motor activity; stiff joints and non-functioning of akt organ The Brain of One That is in fear, worry or angry mood, whether of a predisposition or acquired ‘iiHractcristic. Ner vousness, positive, negative or passive activity. The Heart of One No doubt foolish to the w ise yet serious and dan gerous to the real actor. Home talks to the young and old. yy N. B, No young lady under IS yaars shall call without parent or guardian. The Soul of One “It doth not yet appear what man shall be; but, (revised) tff It doth sow appear what man can be. No need of sin, sickness or death, He or she can live—not exist. No need of fear, worry or failure. He or she can be happy here on EARTH. I would love you and friends to call if you do not need my services. You will beiuterested. I know. Come and get acquaint ed. You may not like tny methods, nevertheless, I am open to suggestion. Address all mail tc Box 1041. Denver, Colo. Commencing Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1905. DAYS; Tuesdays.* Hours 1 to 3 p.m. only. Apix,intii«nts by Fridays, Hours, 10 to 11:30 a. m. only. °" e lluollf «- Consultation Free. You arc invited! to investigate.