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8, S. M. T. Meets the Ist and 3rd Wednesday nights of each month at 1713 Curtis St. MRS. B. W. BATTLE, W. P. MRS. J. J. MANUEL, Sec. The Working Men'e Protective As sociation meets every second tmd 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 stale of Colorado and application blanks may bo had by the secretary. I. T. FULBRIOHT, Pres. J. HICKMAN, Vice Pres. C. C. SPENCER, Rec -Sec. J. N. ALI.EN, Fln.-Sec. J. B. PERRY. Trees. 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. E. Mackey, A. M.; Mrs. L D. Moore, Sec retary, 2925 Giensrm Place. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH, Z7II Larimer Street Suaday School, 1:41 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m B. T. P. 0., 1:1* p. m. The public Is cordially Invited. REV. A. K REYNOLDS, till California Street. Bt. Benedict's colored Roman Catb ollc Mission Society would be pleased tj meet all colored Catholic strangtre to the city and also all colored Calh ollcs In the city not connected with the society. Por Information address R. W. Washington. 261 Detroit street phone White 1272. •cott's Methodist Episcopal Church, SOS E. 26th Ave. Sunday Services 11 a. m.—Preaching 12:30 p. m—Sunday School fl. W. Anderson. Supt 6.30 —Epworlb lx-ague 7:10 p in—Preaching Mid-Week Services. Official Board, first Monday In each month Wednesday evening, prayer anu clast meeting. Thursday, l-adles' Aid Society. Friday evenings, choir practice Miss Leila Rice organist Strangers arc especially welcome. IAMES N. WALLACE, tl D D. D, Pastor SHORTER CHAPEL AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH. Corner Twenty-third end Washing ion streets. Sunday and mid week meetings, from October, 1901, to April, 1909. Sunday Services. Sunday school at 1:45 a. m. Mr*. EITIe Waldron, superintendent Preaching at 11 a m and 7:30 p. m. ni. Monthly communion the first Sunday at 12 m. Classes one and sis meet at 12:45 p m. Allen C. K. league nt 6.30 p. m Mitt Gertrude Nichols, president. A sacr deconcert the first Sunday evening of each month under the dl rerllon of the League at 7 p m. Ser iron omitted. Mid-Week Meetinge. The trustees meet the first Tttes day at 8 p. nt. Official hoard meets the second end fourth Tuetday at THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. 7:30 p. m. Eureka Literary Society »»«ry Tuesday night at 8 p. m. Raymond Clark, president Prayer meeting erery Wednesday at 8 p. m. The Sewing Circle meets tha Brat and third Thursday afternoons at 12:30. Mrs. Ella Lenlza, 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 at 2:30. Mrs. Unity Hall, president. Teachers meet erery Friday at 7:00 p. m. Class meeting every Friday at 8:00 p. m. A cordial welcome Is eitended to all who enter our doors. A. MILTON WARD. Pastor Residence, 220 23rd St. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. 20th and Arapahoe Sts. Services from May let to October let Sunday Services. Sunday School, 8:43 a m. J. W. Jackson, Supt Preaching at 11:00 a m. and 8:00 p. m. B Y. P. U. at 8:43 p. m. A. C. Jarkson. 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, 2:30 p. m Mrs. John R. Jackson, President Mission Circle, second and fourth afternoons. 2:30 p. m. Mrs. I.lllle L. Smith, President Dorcas Society. Mrs Willis, Presi dent Deacon aud Trustee Boards meet Tuesday before first Sunday at 8:00 p. m. REV. D. R OVER. Pastor. 2612 Downing Ave. VICTORIA TEMPLE, NO. «, B. U. T. of Colorado Springs, masts tha see rod and fourth Friday sight In the son Ik. MRS JENNIE HENDERSON. W. Princess. 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, a m„ Mr. l,ou Hughes. Supt. Prearhlnc. 11 o'clock am„ 8 p. m. Y. P. 8 C. K.. 7 o'clock p. m. Sacred concert under the auspices , of Y P. S. (’. 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 nlcht before the first Sunday at 7:30 o'clock. Mr Elmer Anderson, Chairman. The Session Board meets when nee . essary. Mr. W. O. Campbell, Clerk. Trayer meeting Wednesday night, 1 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 Marahbanks, 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, Friday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lucy Hall, Pres. A cordial invitation is extended to all persons. 1. A. THOS-HAZELL, S. T. 8., Pastor. Residence—E, 23rd Ave. end Wash ington St. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. California and Twenty-fourth. Preaching every Sunday at 11:15 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. Sunday School, 1 p. t_. B. Y. P. U.. 7 p. m. DR. A. E. EDWARDS, Pastor. 2414 California PROTESTANT EPIBCOPAL CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Twenty-second Avenue and Humboldt Streets —Rev. Thos. Q. Brown, Sunday School, 9:30 A m. Pastor. First Sunday In month, Litany and Holy Communion, 11 a m. Third Sunday In the month, Holy Communion, 7 am. Other Sundays: Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11 a m. Sunday School at 9:45 a m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11:00 Evening prayer and address, 7:»0 This office is prepared to do all kinds of job printing. Estimates fur nished. It is the only race enterprise of its kind operating, and if you de sire its service call phone Main 7905. There it a difference between merely soliciting printing and actually doing the work. Get cur prices and you will see that difference. SfANTED-A RISER AGENT SIS ample Latent Model “JUnttr" bicvcle furnished bros. Oar ..grr c :rrv ..rr ukiQg mono U»t I- ♦'.-V Jar Jh.. fssrticuiar* an.: * fecial cfrr „.• .• . r. NO HUNKY KK<JI IKh.l* un; . you receive and approve oi ~ Wesh feo anyone. an>« here in ‘.he l . S. a cm! defat*! :n advance /r-r A;: allow TEN DAYS’ FREE TRIAL diumg which t;tne you cuyndc nut it to any test you wuh. It you art then not perfectly satisfied or d•t. t * t keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our etpense and yen* tn.7 mo! <v mu ere -n. K|M||y HtfCt w '« furnish the inchest grade htcrcits it is pus? •. —; iNVIViI lllWW* at one small profit above actual factory c. m \ . to sif middlemen’s profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer s c antre behind jvmr bicycle. 1)0 NOT BI'Y a btcycie or a pjtrot t-.rre In n. e . at *ny price until yon receive our catalogues and learn our unheard ct y fruit and rtmarkabU special ejFm rider agent*. VO! Will RF ACTfIMWCI when you receive oar beautiful atameve and ■ww Itlfcfc W 9 MIVR vnfcV study our superb models at the u irr ■ * /etr fruit we ran make yoa this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less u» rn y than any other factors-. We are satisfied with fi oo profit atx.\e i • v c st. BIC YCLE DEALERS, you can seil our bicycles under j uur c»a name ; late «t ur prices. Orders filled the day received. D HAND BICYCLES. We do rv.t regularly handle second hand I -rcvle*, b«it a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail store- T; •-e v • clear *. *• rices ranging trom #3 to 9H or •!<). Descnptive bargain lists n a..ci tree. rAAtTTIJMAirf »ln»lr wheel*. Import*-,! teller chains ard pc«L ~ puns, repairs a u d WWI uHJMat*, equipment of all kinds at half the usual retail pruts. *f)so HEDGt7JORH PINCTBRE-PROOF 80 II SELF-HEALING TIRES to unwoovodomLr TL Tie recular retail price is X>. \J frr pair, tut to introduce err tetll E fflly+uatawfUpatr tor a :;/) or Jr* J/_v). f 10 MOEE TIOUIE FRM NRCTVIES mSMmmwMFffiW}, NAlI.s, Tacks or Cilaaa will not let tha *W£§L*.\~f-- / 'AM air year. *•> .J' J. IB !owtwo bundled thousand pair* now in* use. fcyi M?/ ! D£3dHPTtOttt Made ms II *’.rrs Itidively able»nd lined in»idewith a specml quality of rubber, which never twvome* I potousand which closes up small punctures without allow- |j| __ , , . , tngthe air to escape. We hive hundreds ot leltcr* from satis- |H **s?*£?£££ ,V -ficdcuvjoracrßStatingthatthefrtireshareonlvbeenpumped ~r J ; uponceor t w icc»na wholeaeawott. They weigh no more than W T ‘ anordins-vtiie. thetnincUireTesistingqualniesbeinggirrn M ** ... *.»__> by scvr-ai utrrs oAhin. specially prepared fabneon thejfS t?i istV . tread. advertimir pur poses weare making a special factory price to • m.wsa svaa/t. u. the rider of only ft So per pair. Alt order*shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O P on approval. You do not naya cent until you have examined and found thcmstrictlv r.sreptf -t •1. *Ve will allow a rash discount of 5 per ceut(thereby making the price 54.33 per p it u a*-.id FULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. You ntn nc risk’ in •ending ua an order a* the tire* m*y be returned at OUR expeuse if for any u-o®on f not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sen*, to us is as safe a* in a bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they wilt ride easier, run fat', wear bctttr, last longer and look finer than anv tire you have ever used or seen at any p e. We 4.now that Jhm will be ao well pleased that wnen >*ou want a bicycle you wi us your order. *We waul \*OU to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable lire «vTer. w %//if# MfgH mmm don’t buy anv kind at any price until you send for a pr. r < f •f r ¥ %M%O IVUV m ¥¥¥m& Hedgethom Wncture-rrix>f tires on anpro>-al and tri dat I’ie special Intnxluctorv price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sunary Catalogue P aicti •desenbes aßd quote* all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. HH |f wwww t MM A gW* but write us a postal today. DO NOT THINK OF IIUYING a bio vie fwp#f wwdm§¥ wr a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wxpd.nul £• r* wc are making. It only costa a postal to learn evervthing. Write it. NOW. MEM CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO. ILL Flourishing Institution In Mississippi Has Made Wonderful Progress. The work of the Utica (Miss.) Nor mal and Industrial institute is in a most flourishing condition and is steadily progressing. Professor Wil liam H. Holtzclaw. principal of the school, is one of the younger class of educators which are now in charge of many of the trade and industrial J schools in the south. The school was begun about eight years ago iu a very small way. It owned no property and had f<j,w facil ities for school or student puri>oses. It now owns in the neighborhood of . $100,000 worth of property, and there j are about 500 students connected with the institution. An effort is now being made to raise sufficient funds to replace the school ! buildings which were destroyed by al severe storm in 1909. Professor Holtz-J claw Is hold in the highest esteem by» the white citizens of Utica, many of! whom have greatly aided the school i in a financial way. I Brooklyn Elks Elect New Officers. The newly elected officers of Brook lyn lodge No. 32. Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, in Brook lyn for 1011 are the following: Ex alted ruler, William A. Brown: E. L. K.. Joseph Bowles; E. I~ K. L>., Ma cou Webster: E. L. K.. Milo Atkins; secretary, J. Thomas Brown; assistant secretary. Thomas E. Scott: treasurer. W. H. Taylor; tiler. Albert Seon; trus tees. J. II. Williams. .1. Robert Brook*. Edward Henry and William McFar land, the former two trustees for a I>eriod of three years and the latter for two years each. PAGE 15.