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8, S. M. T. Meets the Ist and 3rd Wednesday nights of each month at 1712 Curtis St. MBS. B. V BATTLE, W. P. MBS. 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 had by the secretary. I. T. PULBRIGHT, 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 cond Friday in each month, at 2:30 p. m at 1712 Curtis street. Mrs. M. E Mackey. AM; Mrs. 1, B Moore, Sec retary, 2925 Glenarm Plate. ■ETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH, 2716 Larimer Street Sunday School. 9:45 a m. Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 p m B Y P U.. 6:30 p. m. The public is cordially Invited REV. A. E REYNOLDS. 3828 California Street St. Benedict s colored Roman Catb ollc Mission Society would he pleased to meet all colored Catholic strangers in the city and also all colored Cath oilca to the city not connected witt the society For Information addrcs> R. W. Washington. 261 Detroit atreet phone White 3272 Scott’s Methodist Episcopal Church 803 E. 26th Ave. Sunday Services. 11 a. m.—Preaching 3 2 30 p m—Sunday School G. W. Anderson. Supt 6:lo—Epworth L<rr m 7:10 p m.—Preaching Mid-Week Services. Official Board, first Monday in earl month Wednesday evening, prayer an*. clasH meeting Thursday, Ladies' Aid Society Friday evenings, choir practice Miss Leila Rice organist Stranger* are especially welcome lAMES N WALLACE, d I) D. D. Pastor SHORTER CHAPEL AFRICAN M E CHURCH Corner Twenty-third and Washing ton streets Sunday and mid weak meeting?., from October, 1908. to April. 1909. Sunday Services. Sunday school at 9 45 a m. Mrs Effie Waldron, superintendent Preaching at 11 a m and 7:30 p m m Monthly communion the fire Sunday at 12 m Clauses on** and si> meet at 12 45 p n» Allen C. E. league at C 30 p m Mias Gertrude Nichols. president A sacr dcconcert the flrat Sunda) evening of each month under the dl rectlon of the league at 7 p. m. Sor moti omitted Mid Week Meetings. The trustees meet the flr*i *1 no* day at S p. m. Official board meets Lha second and fourth Tuosduy at I"H£ STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. 7:30 p. m. Eureka Literary Society e*«ry Tuesday night at 8 p. m. Raymond Clark, president Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. The Sewing Circle meet* the first ► and third Thursday afternoons at 2:30. Mrs. Eta Leniza. president. Th- \V 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 at ?: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 aii who enter our doors. A. MILTON WARD. Pastor 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. Ja.kaoo. Supt. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 p m. A. C. Jackson. Prea. Communion at the evening service he first Sunday iu each month. Mid-Week Meetings. Prayer meeting. Wednesday. 8 p. m. T« achern meeting. Thursday. 8:00 p ra. Sewing Circle. Friday afternoon. 2:30 p m. Mrs John R. Jackson. President. Mihfion Circle, second and fourth afternoons. 2:30 p. m. Mrs Lillie L. Smith. President. Dorcas Society. Mrs Willis. Preal dent. Deacon and Trustee Boards ujeet Tuesday before first Sunday at 8:00 p. m REV I) E OVER Pastor. 2612 Downing Ave. VICTORIA TEMPLE, NO. 6. A M T. of Colorado Springs meets the sec *nd and fourth Friday night in the no nth. MRS JENNIE HENDERSON. W Prtnress. A A BRATTON. Sec THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner E. 23rd Ave & Washington St. Sunday Services (April to October). Sunday School 9:45 o'clock, am., Mr lxm Huphis. Supt. Preaching. 11 o'clock a. m . 8 p ra. Y P S C. E . 7 o'clock p m. Sacred concert under the auspices Y P S C K the first Sunday night • f the month Mrs Maude Kerr. Pres. Communion of the 1 ord’s Supper the fir-t Sunday night of the quarter. Mid week Meetings. Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Monday night before the first Sunday Tt 710 o’clock Mr Elmer Anderson. Chairman. Tho Session Board meets when nec essary Mr. W. 0. Campbell. Clerk Prayer meeting Wednesday night. 8 o'clock The Forum (Literary Society 1. Thursday night. 8 o'cJock Mr. O A Williams. Pres Choir Rehearsals. Wednesday and Friday nights. 7 and 9 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 Circl , Friday afternoon, 2:30 o’clock. Mrs. .ucy Hall, Pres. A cordial inritat on is extended to all persons. J. A. THOS-H VZELL, S. T. B„ Pastor. Residence—E,-23'd Ave. and Wash ington St CENTRAL BAFTIST CHURCH. California and Twenty-fourth. Preaching every Sunday at 11:15 a m. and 8:15 p. m Sunday School, p. m. B. Y. P. U.. 7 p. m. DR. A. E. Ei IWARDS, Pastor. 2414 California. PROTESTANT Ef ISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Twenty second Av :nue and Humboldt Streets—Rev. Thoa G. Brown, Sunday School, 3:30 a m. Pa itor. First Sunday In month, Litany and Holy Communion. 11 a. m. Third Sunday a the month, Holy Communion, 7 a. n. Ollier Sundays Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11 i. m. Sunday School it 9:45 a. m. Morning Prayei and Sermon. 11:00 Evening prayer and address. 7:30 This office is prepared to do a" Winds of job pririing. Estimates fur nished. It is the only race enterprise of its kind oper ting, and if you de sire its serv.ce c ill phone Main 7905. There is a differ nee between merely soliciting printing and actually doing the work. Get our prices and you will see that difference. / If (ANTED-A RIDER AGENT If Id i hi; .<• I V ;•• linn err hirrrie famished bw us Ojr «rr cserrwr.cre ire ' ilfEk N<> MOM \ lIK.<JI IKtl) oniil rtmm(ntiadappro\eot )t»r Norlr. Wed^D k, nkY ILflB > vxiksnt <• <tni drfrtzi la advance, JkncAes frtirkt, ana f * li\ I* \l If Nl> V A *»' I KKK I KI A I [ I TO\ ej > IB I mh.II you irr xha. not peri ririwri i | 1 i m\ H »■ kcr, the Urjx.e sh.p it tuck to us at oar cx;'m«< and jwill be nf rn.- L f ll' .a CACTADV DDirCC VN e furnish the h\*vrst rrr.ie b*cvr ies it poc- m - . - r j r J|t lli ’ ■ ■ rilwEd - • ••- : J*. • , ; (kjve fi) ■ /' t f. ~ : r :v;f ns pr •u by buyinr dirret dus have :• e rca: .factum nu;- H j a: ‘ V rh. i IK> SOT HI Y i bi. .e or a pair ot t-.res from a*- -«t.- 4 W. IIJNr I at any /• - r •• ; -u rect ve nur ratal and rxra our unheard ot /a..‘.~7 B T," |d|r;; ‘I /». «■ •*: . - ij.-w r/r. ju/ e*m t rider neent*. a * f-TVj YOU WILL BE ASTOIIS,,ED Kpcrb nwct.j at the o'*w'^> ■ ' ™ Bbß It ff factory. W« are unified with >t oo profit abort bdOIT OOSt. ■P lilt VC i.»: I»HA l.ir.liS, y un rr our btcyyies unucr your tuine ; :ate at •*» CO II II \ Nli Hit \t I KS. k> r>. t rtpilarly handle see-r.d hard bicycle!, but C • •<' ” fade bn our t. htrajo retail rtores. These re clear c»* ' — * -<n. ' IPX • #l«*. Drscnpt.vt bsiyun i 'ts naedJr re r-D/tf- ►M»cl« - »• Imporwyi roller chains and ps-sl; ... ports, rvp*:r* **. . V.-.HnC *i, <4 all k... at au * t\* sa*a,’ rrUsi. HU HZSGETHORSJ PUNCTURE-PROOF s l|o 0 3EL! -HEALING TIRES nwwwcMnr MORE TRCUF f TROM PUICTURES he f':/ mliSser.w u i rr--* r le*tunes *" *^*^^""***° • r r . i ■ 'jv ; p.t .r All :» shtppcxf Mtne <'.ar letter i« rrceireii. We ship C. 0 P cn ;aj • vj' jviy »c' rit until > i have exarainecl and found them strict!v as represented. - :» . *»n <ilf-rouiit of «, j'er cent (thereby making the price £4.33 per pa-.t if ' u il ».l ('A' M I I'll <‘llPl.lt ntui cnc vr tht* adverttsement. You run nc ri-k in ! se: . « b:i cn ct •? the tiics may be rrturued at Ol : H exj>euse if for any reason they are t :y« :i -\. • n.»: • '*i. We are perfectly reliable and tr.- ney aen*. to us is as safe as in a j bank If .. it onl t a pair of these tirw«. you will find that they will nde easier, run faster. r, ' »n t a:ui lok finer t n avy tire you have ever usevi or seen at any p e» We « yis Wso svrll pl-n-ed that x» hen >\xt want a bicTc’.e you svt\>rive us your Order. ! Vu \ ,ou : se dusa tt isl order st once, hence tins mnarkable tire ofTer. • ... srir Afi Tfl TIOrC don’t Intyanv kind at snv price until you send for a ps-r of IF /£> Cr rwl mMM # l/lbO Bcdgctboni fSSChUtPISM tins on approval and tthl «t Itv v pn.e quoted ah \c. or unite f n our big Tire and Sundry CaU'.Ogue p'.nch i »nd > all makes snvi kinds of tires at about half the usu il pricev i nf' o/n«• e/ a/ y but w: r.c us a jvaatal texiay. 1H» NOT THINK OK KTYIVO a bh'vc’e /ce “ / / V ’/a# f or a pair of tins from anyone until you know the new and uvodcrful I arena'* ig. It on! v exists a }*xstal to learn everything. it NOW. J.LMEIU CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL were ifev. A. R. Burse, i»o Mount Zion Baptist church, Green ville, H. C. Music was furnished by the choirs of Mount Zion, Emanuel, Morris Street. Central and St. Luke Baptist churches. Other pastors were Revs. M. M. Mouzon of Centenary M. E. church, William Perry of New York, L. R. Nichols, P. G. Chavis, Randall Kemp, P. G. Daniels. P. W. Jefferson, C. H. Ilarleston, C. F. Gaudy, R. L. Hick son, Rev. H. W. B. Bennett of Eman uel A. M. E. church and otjjer promi nent citizens. Hon. T. L. Grant Make* Able Address. One of the ablest addresses of the occasion was that of the Hon. T. L. Grant, whose subject was “The Pas- tor as 1 Know Him.” The Sun day school held special exercises in honor of the faithful services of Mr W. H. Snares, superin tendent. Rev. Mr. Jenkins took an active part in all of ine services and made it pleasant for the throngs which at tendi*<l the serv ices each night. While the ob ject of the anni- REV. RANDALL KEMP vcrsary was not to raise funds for the ••bur b n» sm-h. the jieople contributed liberally and willingly, and at tbe close of the series *-f meetings the pastor aun*•’•need that the sum of sC»ii2.r>3 bad been received. PAGE 15