FAST, FREQUENT AND EXCELLENT
BET W EEN
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS AND PUEBLO
Colorado & Southern Railway
Electric Lighted Sleeping and Dining Cars —Well-Ballasted
Roadbed —Block Signals—Stone and Concrete Bridges—
and a service appreciated by the experienced traveler
All trains leave and arrive Union Passenger
Stations, Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo
LEAVE DENVER DAILY 3:50, 8:00, 8:30 and q:oo a. m.
and 12:15, 3:30 and 7:45 P.M.
ARRIVE DENVER DAILY 7:00 and 10:00 a. m.. and 2:30,
T. E. FISHER, General Passenger Agent
City Ticket Office
Seventeenth and California Sts _ or Union Passenger Station
AN HOUR WITH .
Paul Lawrence Dunbar
The Negro Poet
By Prof. Chas. Alexander of Boston, Mass.
Shorter Chapel, Easter Monday Ev’g
Don’t Miss It
Admission, 15c, or Per Couple, 25c
The Larson Shoe Repairing Shop
Soles % Repairing
Guaranteed J||||£7 Done While
and all You Wait
Work Done lb :jM AII Work
, , . . vjRS&x Guaranteed
, byLaleS ‘ ml at the most
Work Called for and Delivered
Phone Champa 1635 2203 Welton Street
B. FINE, Prop.
Fire Proof team Heat
Phone Champa 2850
T. H. JOHNSON, Prop.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished - Hot’and Cold Baths
Short Orders at All Hours Regular Dinnerj2sc
Headquarters lor Travel ingiand’Theatrical People
2130 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colorado
“ CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS ”
1 hen if you want to be clean, let us do your washing
Our Prices are Right and our Wo k by far the Best. We
do all kinds of Finished Work, also Rough Dry. All Shirts
Ironed by Hand, Wagons call everywhere.
DOMESTIC HAND LAUNDRY™
PHONE MAIN 1355
2615 Larimer Up-town Office 1849 Champa
Aluminium Company Reorganized.
l. F 1. The management of the Aluminium
aTmit 3 fillTllliD s, "" l: ' l,y
vmi I Cl I VI lUIIw l!as passed Into new hands. Several
Snares Timol mcn of Pitu,, " r « h n ' ld vicinity are
"pul C ■ lIIIC. among the new officials The com-
JkVSJSr#? P ", n5 ' ID, “" rIM to KU ' rt 'ndnstrlal
good Amrrican Dollars and »;k/ BCI0 °* in Connection with the nmnil
our agents to the limit. /MwWfcA rJV fnof-nt'« «... ,
Write at once for the greatest ‘ lty -"" Is. Ihe plan as
offer ever made by any tailoring |WV»!p| ailil out for the Hulking of the lartre
concern on earth. XMfttjJSl variety of articles calls for the erm
S5 tO SIO !»«V ElliP ployU3ent of ~f k '" st young men
Whllo »-■— n .L. r w.,1, /i'Wti’V 1,11,1 wom,! " " 'ante tmmher of
ii d» B °i *r'®p ,hW * ort IfilLrfJ h °y fl and girls. The employees will
Join tno runkß of “ProgntHM money ItMMfTvn . . , - 1 1
makers! Many earn S 6 to $lO n day In be taken from the Htlldeilts. wbo will
Hpare time. Ytiaciunloiis well. Wnshnw iMI .
you ht>w. W« pay In oath tnoriuy—not in Hal W Ork OUt 8 part Of thelf Nfhool
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aeo.t,n.ti.o U «.n,i.ofd„n„‘u,mni<eH ID s?* Washington. Pa., president: Harry
ourFr«*e AireutM'OutrttA— the | U yC. Waters of Pittsburgh. secretary
eat, inowt eotnnleto wed attract! vouamule Mm j*~ »JM* , ... ~, . . . . ...
outtitH evor prewnuxi to HgentH. Alfred Crockett of Washington, Pa..
jiioriißine nnrt Hil<lrt*s*af wter for bantl . i ( r m n . , ,
•onto free outfit iind full instinct!niu» (13) treasurer, W. N. HutlCf Ot Washing-
PROGRESS TAIUNDMG CO, Owt. 342. CHICAGO ton. Pa., legal adviser.
THE PEOPLE’S PRESBY
23rd Ave. and Washington
Sunday, March 23.
6 a. m. “Easter Carols and
11 a. m. “Hope! Hope! Hope!
3:00 p. m. "Special Musical
PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN CON
CERT HUGE SUCCESS.
Last Thursday and Friday nights,
the old folks of the above-named
church pulled off one of the most suc
cessful concerts of its kind ever wit
nessed in this city. The managers,
Alesdames Lily Reeves and Mary
Clinkscale had a plan well laid. Near
ly the entire membership was plated
in the harness, the pastor of' the
church not excluded. The public was
made to interest themselves to no lit
tle extent. Every piece on the pro
gram was well rendered. The scholars
of the “Deestrick Skule,” under the
tutorship of Rev. Thos.-Hazell, pro
voked incessant roars of laughter
during the night’s entertainment. The
attendance on both nights was ab
normal and especially Friday night,
which was very windy and cold. The
carnival was not a whit behind. The
chapel, being well decorated, drew
the crowd to buy the marketable
commodities as well as to partake of
the splendid refreshments. The only
expenses were one dollar for tickets,
all the “stuff" being donated by mem
bers and friends. Quite a few white
friends were among the audience.
The entertainment netted nearly j
$110. The managers, the lady who)
trained the old folks, the old folks |
themselves, the undivided member
ship and the sympathizing friends
who contributed to make the concert
and carnival such a success must be |
complimented for their effort. The
people's church is indeed maintaining
her reputation for clean and success
EASTER AT THE PEOPLE’S PRES
For the past three or four years
the People’s Presbyterian choir has ;
been entertaining the public .with a
class of music that is not to be ex
celled by any church of color in Deri- '
ver. The Easter program promises
to eclipse any of its great renditions.
During the illness of the organist,
Mrs. Westbrook, wlib is now at her
post again. Rev. Thos.-Hazell had
direct supervision of the choir with
Mrs. Nellie Marchbanks at the org-u.
Three services will be observed o
morrow —6 a. m., II a. m. and 3 ]\*nl.
At all of these services the musi will
form a lively factor. The public Is
cordially invited to witness th- pro
gram. the music of which iselse here
published in this issue. The loir,
with Mrs. Vera Finney, have tste
fully decorated the choir stalls hile
the decorations of the pulpit and
church proper have been left the
deaconness’ board. The decorations
are a cynosure to the eye.
Music, 6 a. m.
Organ Voluntary, “Dawn of Hope"
Hymn, “Alleluia! Alleluia! ”.. Lux Eoi
Quartette and chorus, “Awakening"
Mrs. M. Clinkscale, Miss M Cole,
Messrs. Fields and Clark and
(a) Sweet Carols"... Whiteley
(b) “The Easter Dawn Is Fli k
ing" Farns orth
(c) "Ring Out, Sweet Easier
Bells’’ An Retell
(d) “As Mary Walked Into the
Quartette, Obligato Duet and
Chorus, “Hallelujah for he
Mesdames S. M. Dowell. M. Evans,
Messrs. Clark and Fields. Mes
dames P. Rose and Choir.
Offertory, * Short Offertory”. . larie
Hymn. “Jesus Christ Is Risen To
day” Easter Hymn
Postlude, “Aria in D" -Jolly
11:00 a. m.
Prelude, “Marche Joyeuse”. ..Lerman
Processional Hymn. “Onward"
(a) “This Is the Day” S»*well
(b> "Christ Our Passover".Chuppel
Soprano Solo, “The Resurrection".
Mrs. Nellie March bank-.
Hymn, “The Strife Is O’er. Palo.-trina
Offertory. “Abendlied for the Or
Recessional Hymn, “Chris* the
Lord Is Risen Again".Wirternburgh
Postlude, “Concluding Voluntary’,.
5:00 p. m.
Organ Voluntary, “Processional in
C" Rosen k ran s
Hymn, “Lift Up Your Voice"
Soprano Solo and Anthem, Mag
Mrs. Pearl Rose and Choir.
Soprano Solo, “Eastertid.e".Brackett
Mrs. Vera Finney.
Anthem, "Consider the Lilies".Bonner
Offertory, “Interlude in C’.*.. Merchant
(a) “net Ur Tell the Story”...,.
(From the Piao Cantlones)
(b) “Carol We Joyfully". .. . Brown
Hymn. “Jesus Christ Is Risen To
dav” * St. Albtnus
Postlude, “Postlude in D". . Marehant
Call on Mrs. Jessie Bryant of 2418
Champa street for dressmaking. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Phone Champa
Mme. M. L. JOHNSON
GRADUATB SC1LP SPECIALIST AID
Hallowing, FioW, Snip Mitsagt ud Sciewuno
The above cut represente Mme. fohtv- I
• eon ae she Is today, with her own NAT
URAL. HAIR cultivated by the use of.
our own Hair Remedies. She can do for
you what ahe has done for herself and
thousands of others in every part of this
Use Johnson's Hair Food, for growing
Hair on bald heads and bare temples. It
makes hard, dry hair; soft, moist, glossy
and luxurient. Per Jar 60c.
Use Johnson's Hair Grower, for Invig
orating, Strengthening, Nourishing the
Roots and Stimulating the Hair growth.
Use Johnson’s Dandruff Cure. It cleans
the Scalp of gum, grit, dandruff, scales
and dirt, and leaves it healthy and pure.
Per Jar, 25c.
Use Johnson's Itch Cure. It will stop
that Itching Scalp. Per Jar, 25c. I
Use Johnson's Shampoo Cream, for'
shampooing the scalp and hair. It clean
ses and beautifles. Per Jar, 25c.
' Use Johnson’s Medicated Soap, for the
complexion, shaving, shampoing and
skin diseases. Per Cake, 25c.
Use Johnson's Cream of Camphor. It
beautifies the face, hands and neck. Re
lieves headache and neuralgia and will
gradually lighten the skin. Per Bot. 60c.
Use Johnson’s Sure Hair Dye. Changes
the grayest hair dark after a few applies- :
tions. Per Bottle, $1.00
We are the Pioneer manufacturers of
Scientific Hair Preparations in the United
States. We also make Wigs, Switches,
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Parts to match your hair. Best work
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Send 10c for a large sample jar of John
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Write your letter to
OR. W. ALEXANDER JOHNSON )
Mmt. MART l? JOHNSON S S ** lp 8pM^ lsl *
SSI Shnaut Annua, - Boston, iii
PImm mention this pmner.
SENATE CONFIRMS NEW
MINISTER TO LIBERIA.
Fred R. Moore Sworn In at State De
partment March 3.
Washington. — The nomination of
Fred R. Moore by President Taft Inst ,
January ns United Suites minister and
consul general to Liberia was confirm
ed by the senate on Saturday. March
1. The nomination of Mr. Moore had
been held up for several weeks, but by
an agreement between the Republican (
and Democratic senators on Saturday.
March 1, all the diplomatic nomina
tions before the senate were confirm
ed. Mr. Moore was sworn in ns Unit
ed States minister to Liberia at the
state department on Monday after
noon. Mnrch 3.
The new minister to Liberia Is a na
tive of Virginia and publisher of the
New York Ago. one of the most influ
ential weekly papers published by the
colored race In this country. During
the last campnlgu this organ did yeo*
man service for President Taft and
the Republican party. The confirma
tion of Mr. Moore is hailed with de
light by his constituency.
At the meeting of the executive com
mittee of the National Negro Press as
sociation held in Philadelphia Feb. 1
that body passed resolutions urging
the confirmation of Mr. Moore, a copy
of which was sent to President Taft
and duly acknowledged through Sec
NEW BAPTIST PUBLICATION.
National Matoka and Caleda Magazina
Makaa Its Appearance.
Among the surprises upon the Sun
day school world that are very pleasant
appears to be the new magazine Issued
from the press of the national Baptist
publishing board. Nashville. Tenn.. for
the month of March. It Is a two color
publication that Is to be devoted en
tirely to the organized classes now
being erected under the name of Me*
tokas and Gnledno.
It can also be appropriately used in
all adult or Bible classes, as It con
tains the Sunday school lessons con
forming with tlie other international
series turned out by the publishing
In addition to the lessons, however,
comes the literary feature, which Is
certain to Inject Into this movement,
great interest. The magazine will be
looked after by that same energetic
force that has so successfully carried
on the work of the publishing house
for the past sixteen years
Mrs. D. L. Jones 9
2748 Welton St Denver, Colo.
J. H. BIGGINS
1417 E. 24th AVENUE
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Phon«, York 7602
The Nile High
Roll Films Developed Free
Printing 3c and Up
Mail Orders Given Prompt
320 17th St., Denver
MRS. CHARLCY BARNES, Prop.
Phone Champa 2833
THE ALHAMBRA CAFE
Real Home Cooking
Chili Every Day
2741 Welton Denver, Colo.
The Welton Street
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2628 Welton Street
All kinds of Repair Work
neatly done. Retinishing a
specialty. New and Second
Hand Furnitare bought and
Office Phen. Main 6595.
DR. P. E. SPRATLIN
Hours: 9 to 11 a. fn., 1 to 40. m„
7 to 8 p. m.
..Rooms —31-2 Oood Block.
Residence, 2230 Clarkson Street.
Telephone York 123.
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for dandruff, itching of the scalp and
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Sold by Druggists or sent direct on
receipt of price.
THE HOPEWELL CO.
Dept. 23, Box 2787, Boston, Mass.
CITY or P. O
Cut out this coupon and mall
it to The Hopewell Co., Dept.
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Agents Wanted Everywhere.
MRS. A: M. POPE-TURNBO
_ PROPRIETOR m t
* “Poro" College 1
3100 Pine St. St Lonis, No.
ynh: "PORO" SYSTEM of Scalp and
1 Hair treatment is based on the lat
est scientific and sanitary methods,
effecting a healthy scalp thus promot
ing a growth of beautiful hair. |
The “Poro” preparations used in con
nection with the treatment are made
and sold exclusively by myself, having
the exclusive right to that name; and
I, alone, know the secret of the com
position that bears that name. Our
claim has always been that when the
hair begins to grow as the result of
the use of ” it will
continue to do so if only thescalp
and hair be ke~>t clean. This san
itary method o. treatment is also
having the desired effect in helping
to prevent the spread of diseases, for
it is a fact that hair in an unsanitary
condition carries the genus of disease
which often prove fata! to innocent
persons coming in contact with them.
For treatment, call on or address:
MRS. R. H. LEE
3151 HlKb St. Pbam tort 7711 Denver
AGENT FOR ‘•PORO”
Phone Mein 8625. *
DR. JUSTIN A L. FORD „
I 1 0 to 12 a. m., 2to 4 p. m. 7toBp. m.
OFFICE AND RE3IDENCE,
2335 Arapahoe Street. Denver.
W. B. TOWNSEND
Attorney and Counsellor 1 4
Abetracta of title, wills, deed Ud
all legal matters pertaining to real
and personal property carefully
Room 209 Klttredge Building
Phone Main 8782
Residence, 2822 High St After 8:00
Phone Blue 98
We have a number of houses o
rent at sll times. We get new on t
every day. Call and Bee us If yi t
want to rent.
We also have a number of
and cottages for sale, some oa «*ry
easy te. ma. See ub If you tn
5 POINTS REALTY CO.
Phone Main 5831 Welton $
Notary Public, Fire Insurance
Money to Loan.
When Down Town Day or Night Go
NEW MANHATTAN CAFE
PERSON l CARR, Proprlititi
Short Orders, Regular Dinner, Meala
at all Hours
Phone Main 7413 1841 Arapahoe St.
THE IDEAL '
CONCERT AND DANCE
Business Manager, ELTON S. STARKS
1939 Arapahoe Street
PHONJC MAIN 7883
Secretary, MISS DOROTHY A. DeNEAL
PHONE CHAMPA 8470
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