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8, S. M. T. Meets the Ist and 3rd Wednesda) nights of each month at 1712 Curtis St. . MRS. B. W. BATTLE, W. P. ♦ MRS. J. J. MANUEL, Sec. The Working Men’s Protective As sociation meets every second and fourth Thursday nights at the Odd Fellows' hall, 1834 Arapahoe street. This association guarantees to its members a benefit and protection equalled by few and excelled by none. It is organized under the laws of the state of Colorado and application blanks may be hau by the secretary. I. T. FULBRIGHT, Pres. J. HICKMAN, Vice-Pres. C. C. SPENCER, Rec.-Sec. J. N. ALLEN, Fin.-Sec. J. B. PERRY. Treas. QUEEN OF SHEBA COURT, No. 8, Heroines of Jerico, meets the second Friday in each month, at 2:30 p. m. at 1712 Curtis street. Mrs. M. E. Mackey, A. M.; Mrs. L. B. Moore, Sec retary, 2925 Glenarm Place. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH, 271# Larimer Street Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m B. Y. P. U.. 6:30 p. m. The public is cordially Invited. REV. A. E REYNOLDS, 2828 California Street St. Benedict s colored Roman Cath ollc Mission Society would be pleased *■> meet ail colored Catholic strangers to the city and also all colored Cath ollcs in the city not connected with the society. For information address R. W. Washington. 2CI Detroit street, phone White 3272. Scott’s Methodist Episcopal Church, 803 E. 26th Ave. Sunday Services. 11 a. m.—Preaching 12 30 p. m Sunday School G. W. Anderson. SupL 6:30 —Epworth league. 7:30 p. m.—Preaching. Mid-Week Services. Official Board, first Monday in each month Wednesday evening, prayer anu lass meeting. Thursday. Ladles’ Aid Society. Friday evenings, choir practice. Miss Leila Rice organist. B»ringers are welcome lAMES N. WALLACE. 3 D D D. Pastor. SHORTER CHAPEL AFRICAN M E. CHURCH. Corner Twenty-third and Washing ton streets Sunday and mid week meetings from October, 1908. to April, 1909. Sunday Services. Svmday school at 9:45 a m. Mrs. Effie Waldron, superintendent Pri aching at 11 a m and 7:30 p ro m Monthly communion the flret Sunday at 12 m. Classes one und six meet at 12:45 p. m. Allen C. E. league nt G 80 p m Miss Gertrude Nichols, president. A sner deconcert the first Sunday evening of each month under the dl rectlon of the Lengtio nt 7 p m. Ser rnon omitted. Mid-Week Meetings. The trustees meet the first Im • day at 8 p. m. Official board meeta the second and fourth Tuesday at me STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. 7:30 p. m. Eureka Literary Society wv wry Tuesday night at 8 p. m. Raymond Clark, president Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. The Sewing Circle meets the first and third Thursday afternoons at 2:30. Mrs. Ella Leniza, president. The W. M. M. S. meets the sec ond and fourth Thursday afternoons at 2:30. Mrs. E. N. Ward, president. The Stewardess' board meets the first and third Friday afternoon ai 2:30. Mrs. Unity Hall, president. Teachers meet every Friday at 7:00 p m. Class meeting every Friday at 8:00 p. m. A cordial welcome is extended to an who enter our doors. A. MILTON WARD. Pas" r Residence, 220 23rd St. ZluN BAPTIST CHURCH. 20th and Arapahoe Sts. Services from May Ist to October Ist. Sunday Services. Sunday School. 9:45 a m J. W. Jackson. Supt. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 p m. A. C. Jackson. Pres. Communion at the evening service the first Sunday in each month. Mid-Week Meetings. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Teachers’ meeting. Thursday. 8:00 p. m. Sewing Circle. Friday afternoon, 2:3" p. m. Mrs John EL Jacks<>n. President. Mission Circle, second and fourth afternoons. 2:30 p. ra. Mrs. Lillie L. Smith. President. Dorcas Society. Mrs Willis. Presi dent Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Tuesday before first Sunday at 8:00 p. m UKV D. E. OVER. Pastor. 2612 Downing Avc. VICTORIA TEMPLE. NO. f. ft M. T of Colorado Springs, meet* the soo :>nd and fourth Friday night is the uonth. MRS JENNIE HENDERSON, W. Princaas. A A. BRATTON. Sec THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner E. 23rd Ave. A Washington St. Sunday Services (April to October). Sunday School. 9:45 o’clock, am., Mr Lou Hughes. Supt. Preaching. 11 o’clock a. m . 8 p. m Y P. S C. E.. 7 o’clock p. m. Sacred concert under the auspices of Y P. S C. E. the first Sunday night of the month. Mrs Maude Kerr. Pres. Communion of the Lord’s Supper the first Sunday night of the quarter. Mid-Week Meetings. Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Monday night before the first Sunday Mr Miner Anderson, Chairman. The Session Board meets when nec essary. Mr. W. 0. Campbell. Clerk. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, s o’clock The Forum (Literary Society). Thursday night, 8 o’clock Mr. O. A Williams. Pres. Choir Rehearsals. Wednesday and Friday nights. 7 and 8 o'clock. Mrs. Nellie Marshbanks. Chorister: Mrs. Mamie Anderson. Organist. Teachers’ meeting, Friday night, 7 to 8 o’clock. Bible Institute. Friday night, 8:00 o’clock. The Sewing Circle, Frids f afternoon, 2:20 o’clock. Mrs. Lucy H ill, Pres. A cordial invitation is -xtended to all persons. J. A. THOS-HAZELL S. T. 8., Pastor. Residence—E, 23rd Ave. and Wash ington St CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. California and Twent) fourth. Preaching every Sunday at 11:15 a in. and 8:15 p. m. Sunday School, 1 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m. DR. A. E. EDWARDi . Pastor. 2414 California. PROTESTANT EPISCOPA . CHURCH OF THE Rl DEEMER. Twenty-second Avenue and Humboldt Streets—Rev. Thos. G. 3rown, Sunday School, 9:30 a. tu Pastor. First Sunday in month, '. dtany and Holy Communion, 11 a. m Third Sunday in the m nth. Holy Communion, 7 a. m. Other Sundays: Morni g Prayer and Sermon, 11 a. m. *m b cj.;g ib looqos .(Bpnns Morning Prayer and Sen ion. 11:00 TROUTMAN & SONS Carpenters and Biilders General JobDlug Promptly Attended ’o Business Address 3 31 HUMBOLDT ST] BET / * dHNANTE M RIDER AGENT SSS K ** m: r 1 Ranger bicycle furnished bv u* Oarva e>gwrt>en f V Ilf But.: s mur.c' l*. • ..v ;.~r fu.. particulars and special cjfer cr-.t A Ni» MOM \ £K(JI 1KKI) Wed /,-• iafe\ I#iVb t '\r ar.j»: re in me l. h n-.tkeuX a ;r%S eepesii in advance. fre; : . . : i ¥ t W>\ IVI 4 w TKN DA iS’ I UI.K TRIAL duiing which time you may n.ie me l r Li ■S' w\\ It.Am ?- s :t 1° any test pu r.ih. If you are then not penectlr 'msfied or ti >t. : » a .. | k »l\ I •\w 4 - *. -e *. ■ er.* ea:•. .5 - I * Ifji® RirTARV PI irr« We the behest crade btcrc.es it is 7- Sc : mV f ' rJIW Mr 'JB ■ HVIWHI if IvLv at one small profit above actual factory cor: You «_>\ c ? fC J Oal to fli middlem n's prorits by b-.ying c.rect ct us and have the manufacturer s p-. 4 - »v W\ antee be! -d y< irbic i.e. IK) NOT lUT a bicycle or a pair of tires trem jh •3 *t P’ t'l you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard ot /a.:.-/ • BiAl. |'f [I f't.a and ren c -kalle j/c. :al sfm t rider agents. i 170 YOU WILL IE ASTONISHED 5S ff v WES’ fours'* r < mice rout x year. V» e sell the highestgrade b»c\c!cs for less m. y v rI WP* that any \S e are w.hsfied with ft 00 p:.- < I m BICYCLK DK II.KKS, y can se 1 our bicycles under your i»c nan c jlatc at •,/ dooUe out prices Order * led the day received. Im/ >KCOND HAND Hit iCLKS., do r.ot regularly handle second band bicycle*, bn | ®* ua, lv ba\e a number on h. id taken in trade by our Lhicago retail stores. Ihese »r clear c»" promptly at prices ranging fror S 3 to #8 or #lO. Descriptive barga.n lists Bailed bee. f ’"▼'’S* nDAKTQ ►‘"Rl*' tahes s. Imported roller chains and parts, repair* a..d V Av i wH“k}nHl\Lw, C ; ..pment of a kinds at kal/ the usual retail frutx. r m HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF *JI2 3ELF-HEALI! G TIRES to?htroduce!ohly XI W i r erzuhr tfprice otti it titr< rj j^BTIPUTU*Cfw iiO MOi.E TROUBLE FROM PUN( HIRES 1. the wv 7 JBb ■t. ulz v.x*. upTtnfpr'■ '•■.• - I'ecotncs t« '■ ii. h clones up smsll pun urea without allow- 111 , fc u fc , , We have hundred of letters from satis- ll| r Agd M D." also rim simp • ir’ ‘ ,n n " lolf ftcasDn. The nomotethan H fo prevent rim cutting This ' ?, ~ c*tire will outl»*t any otttor ll 1- ■'"i t pareel tat ncon th 4ke 1 L t«TIC hud advt : ■ ae«wctrcmakingsi endfactorvpriceto • EASY 11IDIM.. j liter: t 1 U s -> per pair. All or. *rs shipped same day letter is received. We ship C. O. Pon ; r.; • *a! Vm do not nav a cent until you have examined and found them stric.lv r.s rrp-r^n.c.l. w a discount of « per cent (thereby making the price #4.«‘>A p rpi.n it . u a lell. ( A*>ll WITH OItDKI and enclose this advemsement. You run nc risk in f - an order as the tires rv y be returned at OITK expense if for any reason they are |r : : .. .ory 0:1 examination. We .re perfectly reliable and nivmev sent to us is ns s.\:e aa in a |bf at: you or.ler a ;>air of these :res. you will find that they will ride c.ns:-r. rvn fa>t r. I" ’ f, last longer and look finer han any tire you have ever used or seen at i.nv p e. W ; : y u will be so well please that when you want a bicycle you us your ©nd... W \ou 10 send us a trial order a once, hence this remarkable tire offer rZ’ * 7\sl uecn TIDFG on 't buy any kind at any pnee until you send for apar of Ir . JW 1/ f fffCO ledgethorn Puncture-Troof tires on approval an 1 tri' . t ! r • >1 In'.r. :»>rv price quoted a ove. or write for our big Tire and Suxinry Catalogue frliivU uOd quotes all makes and ki: ds ot tires at about half the usual price«. qo iiny lA/AIT l>ut wnle 1 • n postal today HO NOT THINK Of BTYINO a biesv^e X- rtf%/ f ¥w § or a pair of tirrs from anyone until you know the new and wvndert.d 4rc making. It only costs a oatal to learn everi thiug. Hfrilt it NOW. , . MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO. ILL AFRO-AMERICAN WOMAN WINS HEAVY DAMAGES. Richmond (Va.) Traction Company Forced to Pay Mias Sharp $2,500. Further proceedings were denied on Sep\ 17 by the supreme court in the case of Miss Irene Sharp against the Richmond (Va.) Traction company and Henry T. Wickham and William Northrop, receivers. The company took an appeal from the verdict of the law and equity court of the city of Richmond, which was refused. Miss Irene Sharp is an elderly Afro- American woman who was injured by a fall from a Broad and Main car at Seventh and Broad streets on Feb. 10, 1905. She was a passenger on the car, the evidence showing that she got up to follow the other persons to the street. When she had placed one foot on the ground, she testified, the car started, and she was thrown to the ground and seriously and permanently injured. The conductor said in defense that he gave the signal to go ahead and then saw that the woman was pre paring to leave the car. He told her to wait and get off on the farther side of the cross street aud did not think she would attempt to alight. She sued for $2,500 damages, the jury award ing her the full amount. PAGE 15