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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. . Jy 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 la organised under the laws of the state of Colorado and application blanks may he had by the secretary. L T. FULBRIQHT. Pres. J. HICKMAN. Vlce-Pres. C. C. SPENCER. Rec.-Sec. J. N. ALLEN, 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. 31.; Mrs. L B. Voore, Sec retary, 2925 Olenarm Place. BKTHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH, 271 S Larimer Street. Sunday School, l:4i A m. Preaching at 11 a m. and 7:10 p. m. B. T. P. 0.. 1:10 p. m. The public Is cordially Invited. REV. A. K. REYNOLDS, 1111 California Street Bt Benedict's colored Roman Cath olic Mission Society would be pleased tr meet all colored Catholic strangers to the city and also all colored Cath olics In the city not connected with the society. For Information address R. W. Washington. 261 Detroit street, | phone White 1272. Scott's Methodist Episcopal Church, 803 E. 26th Ava. Sunday Services. M a. m Preaching. •Sunday school at 9:45 a iu O. W. Anderson. Bupt. 6:lo—Epworlh League. 7:10 p in.—Preaching Mid-Week Services. Official Hoard, first Monday lu each ■oath. Wednesday evening, prayer anu class meeting Thursday, ladles’ Aid Society. Friday evenings, choir practice. Miss I.ella Rice organist. Strangers are especially welcome. I AMES N. WALLACE. B D. D. D.. Pastor SHORTER CHAPEL AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH. Corner Twenty-third and Washing too streets. Sunday and mid week meetings, from October, 1901, to April, 1909. Sunday Servlcea. Sunday school at 9:45 a. :n. Mrs. Eltle Waldron, superintendent Preaching at 11 A m. and 7:10 p. m. m. Monthly communion the flret Sunday at 12 in. Classes one and six moot at 12:46 p. m. Allen C. E League at 6:30 p. m. Miss Oertrude Nichols, president. A sacr deconcert the first Sunday evoutng of each month under the dl rectlon of the League at 7 p. m. Ser mon omitted. Mid-Week Meetlnga. The trustees meet the Aral Tiles day at 8 p. m. Official hoard meets the aecond and fourth Tuesday al THE STATESMAN- 7:30 p. m. Eureka Literary Society «*«ry 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 Lenixa, president The W. M. M. S. meets the sec ond and fourth Thursday afternoons st 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. Cla3s meeting every Friday at »:00 p. m. A cordial welcome Is extended to all who euter our doors. A. MILTON WARD. Pastor Residence, 220 23rd St. ZluN BAPTIST CHURCH. 20tfi 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. 2:30 p. m, Mrs. Hattie C. Bruce President. Mission Circle, second and fourth afternoons, 2:30 p m. Mrs. Lillie L. Smith, President. Dorcas Society. Mrs Willis, Presi dent. Deacon and Trustee Boards ujeet Tuesday before first Sunday at 8:0« p. m. REV. 1). E OVER. Pastor 2612 Downing Avc. VICTORIA TEMPLE, NO. 6. A M f. of Colorado Springs, meets the sec >n«l and lourtb Friday night In the ttOQth. MRS JENNIE HENDERSON. W Princess. 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, a m.. Mr. I/)u 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 l/jrd’s 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 Seasion Board meets when nec essary. Mr. W. O. 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. 15 The Sewing Circle, Friday afternoon, | 2:3u o'clock. Mrs. Lucy Hall, Pres. A cordial Invitation it extended u> all persons. J. A. THOS-HAZELL, S. T. B„ Pastor. Residence—K, 23rd Ave. aad Wash ington St. CENTRAL BAPTIBT CHURCH. California and Twenty-fourth. Preaching every Sunday at 11:16 a m. and 8:15 p. m. Sunday School, 1 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m. DR. A. E. HOWARDS, Pastor. 2414 California. PROTESTANT EPIBCOPAL CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Twenty-second Avenue and Humboldt Streets—Rev. Thos. G. Brown, Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Pastor. First Sunday in month, Litany and JNLY COMPLETE OF ACCURATE POCKET REFERENCE OF DENVER THE BROWNELL INDEX “Gretn Book with . ed Ed g* —They’re Everywhere." —Everything in Denver— A Pocket Buatnees Directory Complete—Over 7,000 Firms —Maps and Mis cellaneous Informed on. Price 50 cents. OF ALL DENVER NEWSDEALERS. P. O. BOX f®, DENVER, COLO SF ANTED-A RIDER AGENT "" unple Model "Ranger'* bicycle furnished by us Ouragen*; e*> ■uk..rx hk net l> • ,:e Jtr /mil particulars and special effrr a: once . Ni» MOSKI KhUt IKED unril you receive and approve oi your bicycle. We strip to anyone, anyw here m tt»e U. S. without a cent defesxt m advance, /rr/ttr Jrriekt. and si.ow ItS DAYS* HIKE TKIAI. duimg which time you may ride the hcyiie an.l Pul it to any test vou wnsh. li you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the bicycle stup it hack to ns at our expend and j?» will net Ac etc er.e . FITTAIV HIACt furnish the hishest trade bicycles it is posj;hle to mak: iNvIVRI reiwC# at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save J: to >l5 middlemen's profits by buying direct o! u* and have the manufacturer s giur anue be‘ d your bicycle. IK> NOT BUT a bicycie or a pair ot tires from at any frit* until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard ol /«x,.vrjr /rices and rrm.tr/kai\e tfe.tal ejferx to rider agents. mam asm a nr |(TA||(|ir| when you receive our beautiful catalogue ari IwW fIILL DC MIVR #nCV study our superb models at the wonderfully Urv fru it we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less money Ilian any other t-. lorv. Me are satisfied with fi.oo profit above lactorr c\.st. BICYCLE DKAI.KKS, y»u can seii our bu.y*les under your own name plate at ur prices. Orders tilled the day received. I» HAND BICYCLES. W; do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but a number on liaod taken in t.ade bv our Chicago retail store*. These we clear o*t rices ranging from W to DM or DIO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed tree. NlirrtD ds||ps single wheels. lm|»orte<l roller chain* and pedr.^i, parts, repairs and |»3A«ICH*vKARL#t equipment of all kinds at half the usual retail fruts. B|o HEDfiETHORN PVNCTIRE-PROOF *lll SELF-HEALIN6TIRES ro ftiTMiMK>e!omLr 7> ' rrtular retail frice of these tires is Jt.y f r fair, hut t*tr,kiH,e we ill ■ •ellj.-u. Mini//., f.ittor St.\Kashuithorde* S*-'). ilO MCPETCOIBLE FROM PIHCTIRES ITfll ItA *r. Uu- thousand jwirs now in use. rrSCRtFTfOHt Madcjua iri-ItvrW 7 a s;*ccial quality of rubber, which never liecotnes I™' "In.h elejr, up „n,ll pun,mrr,wilt™ , t.llow- ■■ Ko tl<!. th. thlek rubber Iml I" '"C.-npr We h.vchunarrds of lettrr,from Hit. !■ » A » „ ld hv 1 fiidcusiomcr* stating that their t ires hareonW l*een pumped W |nd »D " slsu rlin strip ♦* ir* upon, eortw c.nn whole se«Ron. They weigh no more t han JK to prevent rtm rutting. This s n ord.: ■n'yt • r, t heoiinclure resisting qualities being given IB tIr JT w||l outll% , t *„ r other by *evi ml lav ers of thin specially prepared U’v iccm thr mm ELASTIC aud tread The regular pnee of these lues isjasper pair, but fot ■ risv nmiNij. advcrfiMiigpu-]*»scsweare making sspcvral facuuypriceto ™ the rider .1 only 54 So per pair. All orders shipped same dnr letter is receive*!. We ship C. O. D. on spp- v.»l. You do not pav a cent until you have examined and found them strictlv a« repie>emed. ewillnliowa «*»«h dlscnnmt of s’jier cent c hereby making the price » *.5.1 per pair'if \ou *-,d 1 lI.L CASH WITH OltDEIt and enclose this ■dvemsement. You run nc n>k in sending us an onler as the tires may be returned n: Ob'K expense if for any reason they are not sa.ivfaclory on examination. We are pettevlly reliable and money sent to us is ns safe a# in a bank. 1; you order a pair of tliC'C tire*, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wenr U-:•< f, last longer and l-*ok finer titan any tire you have ever used or fern at any price. We -k .• .y>iv . ; ; i*e so w ell pleased that trnetl V-‘U want a lucvt'.e von m>>: \c us your Order. 'iVc want .OU to send us a trial order at once, hence 'this remarkable tire offer. 'rtm \ w g*§i aiff |l don't brv au\ kind at any price until you send for n pair of Ir M fwtfcl/ IlnCw ltrdgethorn Pnncture-l’ioof tires on approval aod iri<l at The *p ci.il Jtitmductorv price quoted alx*ve; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue illicit ■rf. m.uix« aSd motes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. ‘JI'T >,#««• IT but write us a postal toda> DO NOT THINK tIF BUYING a bicycle it/v# VwfkJ f or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful . * vc are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Wtite it NOW. mm CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL , Holy Communion, 11 a. in. Third Sunday in the month, Hoiy Communion, 7 a. m. Other Sundays: Moraine Prayer and Sermon, 11 a. m. Sunday School at 5:45 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11:00 Evening prayer and address, 7:00 Thi* office it prepared to do ail 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 is a difference between merely soliciting printing and actually doing the work. Get our prices and you will see that difference. THE STATESMAN ALWAYS HAS ROOM FOR YOUR NEWS. IF YOU WILL CALL ’PHONE MAIN 7905, WE WILL BE GLAD TO RECEIVE YOUR NEWS ITEMS.