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QUEEN ELIZABETH TEMPLE No.
8, S. M. T. Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday 1 .lights of each month at 1712 Curtis St. MRS. H. W. BATTLE, W. P. MRS. J. J. MANUEL, Sec. Tbs 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 mem hers a benefit and protection squalled by few and excelled by none. It Is organised under the laws of the stats of Colorado and application blanks may be bad by the secretary. L T. KUU1R1QHT, Pres. J. HICKMAN. Vlce-Pres. C. C. SPENCER, Rec.-Sec. I. N. ALLEN, Fln.-Sec. J. B. PERRY. Treaa. QUEEN OF SHEBA COURT, No. 8, Heroines of Jerlco, meets the second Friday In each month, at 2:30 p. m at 1712 Curtis street. Mrs. M. K Mackey. A. M : Mrs. I* B Moore, 8ec rstary. 2926 Glenarm place. ■ ITHLIHEM BAPTIST CHURCH, 271* Larimer Street Sunday School. 1:41 a. m Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:10 p. m B. T. P. 0.. I:lt p. m. Tke public Is cordially Invited REV A. E REYNOLDS. 1111 California Street 8L Benedict's colored Roman Cath olic Mlaslon Society would be pleased f> meet all colored Catholic strangers to the city and also ell colored Oath ollce la the city not connected with the aoclety. For Information addrea* n. W. Washington. 261 Detroit street, phone Whits 3272. Scott's Methodist Epitcopsl Church. COS E. 26th Avs. Sunday Services. 11 a m.—Preaching. 12 10 p. m -Sunday School G. W. Anderson. Supt 6 30—Epworth league. 7:10 p m—Preaching Mid-Week Services. Official Board, flnt Monday In each month. Wednesday evening, prayer anu rises meeting Thursday. Indies' Aid Society. Friday evenings, choir practice. Miss Leila Rice organise Strangers are especially welcome. IAMES N. WALLACE, fl D. D D.. Pastor SHORTER CHAPEL AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH. Corner Twenty-third and Washing Ion streets Sunday and midweek meetings, from October. 1908. to April. 1909 Sunday Services. Sunday school at I 43 a m. Mra. title Waldron, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:10 p. m m. Monthly communion the first Sunday at 12 m. Claeses one end sir meet at 12 46 p. m Allen C. E league at 6 30 p. m Miss Gertrude Nichols, president. A »ncr doconcert the first Sunday evening of earh month under the dl rectlon of the longue at 7 p m. Ser mon omitted. Mid-Week Meetings. The trustees meet the first Tuns dsr tt 8 p. m. Official board meets the second and fourth Tuesday at THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO 7:30 p. m. Eureka Literary Society every Tuesday night at 8 p. m. Raymond Clark, president Prayer meeting every Wedneaday at 8 p. m. The Sewing Circle meeti the Iret and third Thursday afternoons at 2:30. Mrs. Ella Lenita, president The W. M. M. 8. 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 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 all who enter our doors. A. MILTON WARD. Pastor Residence, 220 23rd St. ZIUN BAPTIST CHURCH. 20th and Arapahoe Sts. Services from May 1st to October 1st. 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. Prea. 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. 2:30 p. m. Mrs. John R. Jackson. President Mission Circle, second and fourth afternoons, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Lillie L Smith. President Dorcas Society. Mrs Willis, PreeJ dent Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Tuesday before first 8unday st 8:0t> p. m. REV. D K OVER. Pastor. 2612 Downing Avc. VICTORIA TEMPLE. NO «. B. V T. of Colorado Springs, meets the see »od and fourth Friday night in th* sooth. MRS JENNIE HENDERSON. W Princes A .A. BRATTON. Sec — THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. j Corner E. 23rd Ave. A Washington St. Sunday Services (April to October). Sunday 8chool. 9:45 o'clock, a m.. Mr. l>ou Hughes. Supt j Preaching. 11 o’clock a. m . 8 p m. V P, s 0 8. ~ o'clock p m Sacred concert under the auspices' of Y P S C. K the first Sunday night of the month. Mrs Maude Kerr. Pres Communion of the Ixtrd't Supper the first Sunday night of the quarter. Mid-Week Meetings. ..Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Monday night before the first Sunday at 7:30 o’clock. Mr. Elmer Anderson. Chairman. The Session Board meets when nec essary. Mr. W. O. Campbell. Clerk. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. 8 o’clock The Forum (Literary Society), Thursday night. 8 o'clock Mr O A Williams. Prea. Choir Rehearsals, Wednesday and Friday nights. 7 and 8 o’clock. Mrs Nellie Marahbanka. 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, Yiday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Li :y Hall, Pres. A cordial lnvltatlo: la extended to all persona. J. A. THOS-HA2 Eli,, S. T. B., Pastor. Residence — E, 23rd Are. and Wash ington SL CENTRAL BAPTI IT CHURCH. California and T venty-fourth. Preaching every Si nday at 11:15 a m. and 8:15 p. m. Sunday School, 1 I m. B. Y. P. U„ 7 p. in DR. A. E. EDY ARDS, Pastor. 2414 California. PROTESTANT EPI8 10PAL CHURCH OF T 4E REDEEMER. Twenty-second Avem e and Humboldt Streets—Rev. Th is. Q. Brown, Sunday School, 9:1 0 a. m. Paetc r. First Sunday In ir rath, Litany and Holy Communion, li a. m. Third Sunday In he month, Holy Communion, 7 a. m. Other Sundays: Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11 a. n. Sunday School at ):45 a. m. Morning Prayer aid Sermon. 11:00 Evening prayer ai d address, 7:30 This office is pr ‘pared to do all kinds of job printir j. Estimates fur nished. It is the or ly race enterprise of its kind operatii g, and if you de sire its serv-ce call phone Main 7905. There is a different e between merely so'iciting printing nd actually doing the work. G** ot *■ orices and you will see that differ* tee. Tf/lATEB-A RIDER AGENT"' " am; e Latest Model "lUnffr" biercl* famished br us t Oik x mcnrv tast H'ntr /*r /mil f>*ri»c*iirt mnJ tfrchu r~ -*■ 9i » MOKEV until rourerctrr an! apico'Tr : ;■ Id i yore. anr*'herc in the l’. S. trc/*.-w j «*/ • advance. /* <.* ilk » TfcN DATS' PfLKE TSlALM^wind du’ it to any test you «ixh. It you art then not perfectly sav-sred rr . a/ p the tocytic ship it hack to us at our expense ar.i j ± r- . r fTMV MIAFf We *««»**> the htfhest cr-.;e hn-.-.m: < ■•*l »■ 1 riaiVfc# at one aoull profit above a. ;u*; • --y c • tc fj* middlemen's protita by buying direct of u* and hv.t : e • a- re behind your bioxle. IK> NOT Bl’Y a bior eor a p ro: ; at *ny frict until too receive our catalocar* and learn our ia.: \n and rrmarkabit iPtcul ejfrrt to rider agenlv tII WIU. BE ASTOIISHEISS S 3 7. '• S;' 1 ' L c v . ‘ X r/rtcri wrraomiktyMßthis year. We sell the highejtpra v t an any other factory. We are utuhed with ft ■- yc -: . •. i Bl CTOLB ULAI.UiH, you can sell our txcyUcs under j. ur *. ■■;. : . . ; it. ur rices. Orders filed the day received. D HAND IMCYCLKS. We do not regularly har ”e »- ■ -.J ' . sb t a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago re: s* re . '1 he c v • nc i ranging from S 3 to SM or SlO. Descriptive bare-, n 1••? : <i !• MMTCi nnirre » ngle w her la. Imported roller chains .-■ : ped: _, p*n, a..i (jMeltruKAALei < .uaptnrat of all kinds al kaj tAs *jv*/ rrtau fru*i. iny HEIKETKOM PUNCTURE-PROOF % fi M if SEIF- IEAUNG'TIRES umwnwcwr M, T+.t * t tail price of thru lira tf *^l^ S' V> t* r r»rrr. '*/ trr n til ■* prUytmajmf>;*tHitr V V*uk tri/A order . 10 MORE TROUBLE -ROM PURCTIRES iH i’ V .r «. 4M will the » ft ; air year. '4 - U' rr ay.l j-a;r» non in UX. I. • DESCRIPTION M ieinslMre*. ItUllvely BWii icwiih la special oualitv of rul >er, which lncome* jv .ut in.! wilt. 11 c!o#r ~p onUl pancmrr. with<>ot .lto»- HI Ho «W tbo thl<* mhN-r tr. . 1 .nglhc.utor. ,pe. » harchvnJratoollMlrnlramntuj ■■ , A -,. • fiedcu«:. --n-sf stingtl U their tires hiveonlv been pumped an j «i)” ij , r lm t.» • |*» u|)i'n l roti»!>x in awh 1c aesaon. They wcirH no more than to prevent rt«\« utt \ T»« an ordr.iarv t”c. the i»i: clue resist mg qualities bc-.ngp'f" la ou ,j, vt cr |by Severn 1 l.v «rsoftl ,n specially ptrpared fabricoa the W jnnke-SOl i LLA'.iiC uuU trend ThrregnJarpric ■ IUDIMi. > advertismcp'i:i»uacayr arenvtkincaiPecial facton pnccto m , the n«l rs i only <4 so 1-r pair. All ordcr» shipped same day letter U receivni. We ship CO* on approval. Ynt do not 'v a cent until you have crammed and found then .*■••• ' .'i«, A'e w ill Host a can! dlaeount of j’j'er ceut (thereby making the price l -»>.'» ' a, nd I lil.L CASH t ITII OllDkK and enclose thia adveruacment. Y u r.;rt r ■ • •ending u« «n order is the tires may be returned nt Ol'H exi>cT;se if f -r I not vi;-.'factory on cm uination. We are perfectly reliable and in. ncy *<■:.• ' s "bank If you*order c pair of thc*e tirca, you will find that they uill r..* t ' - .t; isren* IK-:tcf,last longt and look, finer than any tire you have ever used or s -i .t ; • p c know •lat y t n will l> so well pleased that when you want a bicTcic >'> •: hi a.-c Y'- -• c - waut vou to aend« « a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire c:Ter. nmgm f r *|« >. r fi >« yfUfP don't buy anv kitnl at any price until ymi «r*v’ for.-'?-’ <f •fr fUV ffU / f IflfcO Hedgethorn Wncturc'lToof tires on nppr. • .1 the special InirodiK io v price quoted aboee: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Cai;»'o, . v • \ riocs aßd <uotr» 1 l makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual rn. ex. mm A' n ▼* y/j IT but write us a postal today. DO NOTTHIXh tU' IH'VI' G : ■J fV w 3 I WwA or a pair of tires ftjorn anyone until you know tin- n.-w uuj x. . ,«c are making It only cx>sta n postal to learn ex-erj-thiug. NOW. I L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHSCAGO, ILL CLEVELAND AS PROPHET. Truth of Late Ex-President’s Predic tion Has Come to Pass. The general discussion which is now going the rounds arnoug Afro-Ameri cans in most all sections of the coun try as to the wisdom of members of the race affiliating in any way with the Democratic party recalls an inci dent which occurred between Grover Cleveland during his first term as president and B. Iv. Bruce, who was then register of the treasury. As Mr. Bruce was a Republican, there was much speculation on the part of politicians as to whether he would be reappointed by Mr. Cleve land and again as to the propriety of his accepting to serve under a Demo cratic administration should the presi dent see fit to make the appointment. Early in his administration President Cleveland sent for Mr. Bruce aud of fered to reappoint him. but the regis ter pointed out to the president that the colored people would uever have any more confidence in him if he con sented to bold a federal office under a Democratic administration. Mr. Bruce's frankness astonished the president who, as the story runs. told him that the time would certainly come in the future when members of the Negro race would not consider it unmanly or unwise to affiliate with the Democratic party iu an official capacity. One need only to look at conditions as they exist today to see the truth of Mr. Cleveland's prophecy. PAGE 15