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p«rtant advantage* it membership in Tbs CM* U •»t«f"Atlonsl Liberty Union ol the Wcr'-J. 5W \,ij \ Ceer t.OCu Unicns Instituted mere thin r L \ V 60,000 memberships Istusd-now growing IBv**v » Lt»PS and BOUNDS, and An Injury to One Is ** ,e C° nccrn °* All Y SIC BN«*A C CIOE NT» *!n JU b'eV and Of ATMS. SI 00,000.00 on deoo«<t at State Mouse li»-r;ua>d members' interests. A suitable membership let etc * person, high or low. Member Representatives Wauted In *»ery community to interest their friend* In spare moments. No pretieut eipenence required, E-ery man and woman between 15 and 60 mil rnd It g'eatly to their advantage to become members. This appointment wilt pay you well, besides gmmg you protection tor yourse'l and haring 3 good time, fust appli cant from your District gets this agency. So HUBBY. Write QUICK. Inclose 10c com or stamps lot the UNION iOUBNAL Magarme three months, also complete plans a"d directions for securing a Beneficial membership with agency appointment. Address: INTERNATIONAL liderty union J? UmonVcmole. Deytsnfon.o. U. 8. A. jlfW NOTES OF THE PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. termon topics, Sunday, March 12th. 11 a. m., “A Model Churchman.” 6:4b p. m., Y. P. S. C. B. 7:30 p. m., “Play ing the Fool.” At both diet of the services we pro pose to deliver two extraordinarily strong discourses. That our church year ends with March and that we are now breaking up the fallov. ground for a new year’s work, i would pay every member to hear the truth. Visiters are cordially invitee to attend these services. The Guild will meet with Miss Florence Crawford, 2247 GRnarn place, next Tuesday night. Mrs. Vera Finney will read a paper under the aspices of the Foreign Missionary En terprise, by Judson & Newell, 1812. Communion of the Lord’s Supper, bap tisin and public reception of members will take place the last Sunday night of the month, being the last Sabbath of the year. Our church books will be closed the 31st inst. Delinquent members are respectfully urged tc square up with the year. Wednesday evening the Rev. J. A Thcs-Hazell united into wedlock Mr William J. Baker of this city and Mis* Elizabeth McClellan of L03 Angele-, Cal. The ceremony took place in the study of the pastor in the presence o’ a few intimate friends of the groom We wish the newly married couple every success in their marital under taking. SHORTER’S GREAT REVIVAL. The revival at Shorter started wit! a great outlook this week. Tin Rev J. S. Payne of Boulder, the grea evangelist and sweet singer of th Colorado conference, is conduct s this series of meetings. The first week lias been very successful. The pastor urges that all redouble their efforts for the closing next week Sunday’s services will be ccnductec by the pastor at the usual hours. Spe cial work will be done with the young people in the Sunday school and in the Endeavor League. CAMPBELL NOTES. The revival meeting is still meet ip.g with great success. Rev. Hughes of Pueblo preached two splendid ser mons. Would have been able to ac complish gnat thiius if he could h iv< stayed. Sunday at 11 a. m. Rev. J. 1 Tamino ian, a converted Jew, born ir .Antioch in the Holy l/nd, will preach Beginning with Monday night the Rev. J. Ewing Kuykendall, M. I). D D., will preach. He is one of Mis souri’s great'st preachers. Monday. March 20th, R v. J. W. Hurse of Kar sas City will start in for a thre< weeks’ preaching. He is one of tb' greatest preachers and singers in thf West. >'l departments of the churcl have taken on new life; over 35 have been added to the church. James Williams, Secretary. W. C. Williams, Pastor. THE STATESMAN- JOHN RUCKER. The old veteran comedian of fame, John Rucker, who is still in tne held doing a big stunt with the great min strels, is singing a late song hit, "If 1 Could See as far Ahead as 1 Can See Behind,” and the critics say that it is one of the best comic songs ever produced and the audience at each performance insist on all tile extra verses, which are the candy. MME. HACKLEY AND MISS FITZHUGH. Miss Mary Fitzhugh, the talented blind singer of St. Louis, was present ed by Mine. E. Azalia Hack ley in a song recital at Tuskegee Institute a few days ago, and both artists scored distinct triumphs. The great courage of Miss Fitzuhgh in accomplishing herself so signally, despite the grave obstacles in her path, was extolled by Mr. J. Ellis Baker, the eminent Eng lish writer and economists. Mr. War ren Logan and Dr. Washington. Miss Fitzhugh and Mine. Hackley have gone to New Orleans for a series of concerts. Dr. Westbrook has made some change in his office and residence. He is still located at 21st and Arapa .oe streets. Day phene Main 1144. i Night phone, Champa 570. Eldri.lge McNeil exper ts to visit ’olorado Springs this we k. M. C. Cook has moved from £24 W. 10th avenue to 2642 Welton street, //here he has opened a first class chile parlor and will also serve lunches of all kinds. The funeral of B. Henderson was from the Peoples’ Presbyterian j hureh Sunday, with Rev. H lzell of ficiating and Undertaker Lawhoru In charge. The details of the death of Jos. j ■felly, formerly of this city but r •ently of Muscogee, Okh . have been: received here. It seems that Mr. Kelly in company with a brother . rom whose restaurant an employe ’ aad stolen a revolver and $33, wen: 1 nto the country near Muscogee in a* >uggy in search of information as to he employe’s whereabouts. Tin y ' happened to come upon him, an l | ought to keep him in sight until an | ■ffleer arrived from town in compli mce with a telephone message sum uoning him. Joseph Kelly, from i ome motive unaccounted for, sought j o lay hands on the fu ; rive in t . p.eanwhile and was shot by him hrough both lungs and thy stomach.! ie died eight hours Inter in a city lospital. The whole occurrence i seemed to have been fated, for at 1 he time of the shooting the officer; vas just arriving on the scene. The J uneral occurred on F b. 15, thr < i lays after the shooting. His wife I vas present from this < ity. He died! generally mourned. Operetta In Aid of Coys’ Athletic Club The literary and sot ini entertain men! recently given by the instructors and pupils ot the Imlkna avenue public school in City for tin benefit of tlie Boys’ Athi'clic club wn*. \ brilliant affair. The pupils taking part in the operetta. "A Merry Com pnny.” reflected much credit upon both themselves and their teachers. Results of Industry end Economy. In spire of rhe dull times and the scarcity of money, our people continue to buy property In and outside of the •ity limits says the Houston (Tex.) Free tint n Most of these are women, small wag# earners, who are out In service, sfendily employed as cooks, nurses, laundresses, seamstresses and the like. 16 PHONE MAIN 66M. Do you work for money? IS If Oß«nJi your money work for you. Ours vrorjM night and day, and we can place the same position, talk it over with * THE COLORED AMERICAN LOAN & REALTY CO. 913 TWENTY-FIRST ST. A. A. WALLER, Secretary and Manager 'fVlfe fl. M. LAWHORN *lPf " J Wffl UNDERTAKER MrB - J * J - Stafford, Lady Assistant mSB Mortuary Establishment \ , ' mm»»to the uiunt a m run if th ‘af ■ "' r ' ~ V 5 '* BUTH 0f W® L,nl W ■' • ‘ Wt ' v v '■ curtis m. Harris Pwtors 1921 Arapahoe Street Funeral Director Licensed Embalmer MRS. MAYME JETER, Manager THE HOTEL ABYSSINIA “Denver’s Only Hotel” ENTIRELY NEW AND MODERN—STEAM HEAT Accommodations by Day or Week 2226 Larimer street Denver, Colo. J. R. CONTEE, Proa. & Manager FRANK N. ROGERS, Asat. Manager Resident I’hor.e York 1669 R. E. HANDY. Licenced Embalmer. The Douglass Undertaking Incorporated. . Bonded to the city. Phone Mam 6123 1023 tsth Street Denver, Colo.