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THE NEWPORT ANNEX CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM Snort Orders at All Hours. Regular Dinner 20c from 12 noon to Bp. a Sd* -Ul Sunday 'Dinner, 3UC. we make a of the Best Coffee in tae iilty. PRIVAIii DINING ROOM FOR LADIES Give us a trial. We will trv t" please you. We solicit your patronage. We have in connection 15 Nicely Furnished Rooms. Also the Old Reliable NEWPORT THIRST PARLOR RICHARD FRAZIER A TOM LEWIS, Proprietors 1841-3-5 ARAPAHOE ST., DENVER, COLO. TELEPHONE MAIN 7413 THE FIVE PuINTS HARDWARE CO. Tin, Sheet 'ron and Furnace Work Paints, Oils, Lead and Glass, Tools and Kitchen Utensils. Gas» Mantles Phone Champa 2078 2663 Welton St. Business Phone Residence Phone Main 2275 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE] OLIVER HARDWICK, Manager SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR; Stand at Rocky Mountain Athletic Association 2014 Champa Street GOOD CLOTHES WHETHER CUSTOM MADE OR TAILOR MADE, NOBBY IN STYLE AND PERFECT IN FIT AT THE QUALITY CLOTHES SHOP ;iOl5 SIXTEENTH ST., opposite Tabor Grand Is Your Hair Short ? Breaking Off, Thin or Falling Out ? .Have you Tetter Eczema 1 Does yonr Scalp Itch ? Have yo More than a Normal Amount of Dandruff ? If so write for MME. C. J. WALKER’S WONDERFUL HAII GROWER which Postively cures all Scalp Diseases, Stops th Hail from Falling out and Starts it at once to Growing. These Remedies are Manufactured only by THE WALKE] MFG. CO. 638 N. WEST ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. A Six Weeks’Trial Treatment sent to any Address by Mail’fc Make all Money Orders Payable to Mme. C. J. Walkei inend Stamps for Rep L-ck AGiENTS WANTED. Write for Term <f* Agents. Before writing Mme. C. J. Walker, ask* your druggist, it ma save you time as we are now placing our goods ir ill drug store —jiiiTuim, . yaym- Mfe-.: ’ j|. 9jH H , m THE COLORED ORPMANAO= AND OLD POLK»- «OM«. Located at Arvada, Colorado, take Anvada car. Tbla lnatltutlon provide* a homa lor homelea* colcm cnliarv.. «nd >«< vomen and men of the race. We alao care for children wnoee paren „ u aervloe and cannot keep them, at a very email pittance Any In orn> •oa mb fee had fey writfot a letter er postal to Arvada. Colorado fH L STATESMAN- BALM FOR GREAT PROBLEMS. Religion and Education Two Main Factors In Human Progress. Some oue has said that the Chris tian religion is the panacea for the world's greatest problems, that the re ligion taught and lived by the great Teacher would not only ahieliorate hu man suffering, but also create that long waited for new heaven and new earth. No man as he studies the life of the Master and gleans from that life the many ethical truths and moral lessons he strove to teach will doubt the truth of the assertion. , True, the coming of the Christian religion was not hailed with joy, but, rather, with a storm of opposition. Indeed, the opposition was so strong against it that for centuries religious wars raged with unwonted fury and madness, so terrible and vindictive that the effects are felt even to this day. But it lived amid It all and be came the grandest thing in the world. Opposition brings out what Is truly great in an individual or a race. Those individuals or races who have riveted their names In human history have been those races or individuals who have been trained In the school of ad versity. Opposition is the keynote to progress. The overcoming of obsta cles gives us a discipline and spirit of self reliance and strength of character. And so it is with every new idea or great movement which has for its ob ject the enthronement of mankind. When Harvey discovered the circula tion of the blood he was compelled to meet and bear the frowns and scorns of all the doctors in Englaud. But to day the mentioning of the name of Harvey calls not forth derision, but a respect akin to reverence. Principles are everlasting, and no amount of opposition can change them one lota. It would be just as easy to stop the working of the law of gravi tation . on bodies descending through Throw Away Your Old China GET ONE OF THE DINNERSETS The Statesman i OFFERS ITS SUBSCRIBERS INSPECT THEM IN OUR WINDOW Sold for Half Store Price ONLY SZSO ft SET Suitable for Presents Just the Thing for Company 6 space as it wouia oe to stop some great soul stirring movement; hence men and women did not hesitate to lay down their lives in his name. If religion is the panacea for the world’s greatest evils and the solution of all great worldly problems in busi ness, etc., then education, with its transforming and uplifting power, comes second only to it. Men meet only on the heights. In the citadel of education have the fierce and unre lenting battles of the intellect been fought for truth. Education uplifts men. Contrast, if you please, a settlement in the heart of Africa with one in New England. The contrast is so striking in its unsimilarity that it hardly bears comparison. The one is unprogressive and steeped in ignorance and super stition, while the other is progressive and represents the highest type of civ ilization. USEFUL LIFE OF THE REV. MRS. FLORENCE RANDOLPH. Brief Account of Her Work as Min ister and Teacher. The Rev. Mrs. Florence Randolph of Jersey City is a native of Charleston. S. C. She has been a resident of Jer sey City formally years. Her success in religious and educational work has been of the most helpful and uplifting nature, and her influence In the com munity has put many a young person on the road to a life of usefulness aud self reliance. Mrs. Randolph took up the study of theology utter careful meditation as to her call to the gospel ministry. She first gained distinction ns a Sunday school worker and organizer. She be came a local preacher in 181)7. For a time Rev. Mr$. Randolph was pastor in charge of the A. M. E. Zion church In Jersey City, and in this capacity she gave entire satisfaction to the con gregation. Upon the recomiuendfttlon of Bishop Alexander Walters Mrs. Randolph was admitted to membership into the New Jersey conference of the A. M. E. Zion church, by which body she was au thorized and recognized as a minister of the gospel. Besides her pastoral work, Mrs. Randolph is an ardent worker in all good movements for the educational and material advancement of our peo ple. As a speaker she is thoughtful, forceful and entertaining. Mrs. Ran dolph’s most recent work aside from pleaching has been in Ihe interest of the various organizations of women’s clubs. CAUSE FOR RACIAL UNREST. Russian Inquisitor Given Lesson on American Situation. When a distinguished Russian was informed not lons ugo that some Amer ican Negroes were radical and some conservative he could not restrain his laughter. The idea of conservative Negroes was more than the Cossack's risibilities could endure. “What on enrth.’* he exclaimed with astonish ment. “have they to conserve?” According to a strict construction of terms a conservative is one who is satisfied with and advocates tlie con tinuance of existing conditions, while a radical clamors for amelioration through change. No thoughtful Negro is satisfied with the present status of ills race, whether viewed in its po litical. civil or general aspect. He labors under an unfriendly public opinion which is being rapidly, crystal lized into rigid caste and enacted into unrighteous law. How can he be ex pected to contemplate such oppressive j conditions with satisfaction and corn in »s n re? Well Fortified Business Concern. The A fro- A merlin n Investment and j Euip : oynu*nt ~<*ompany. Kansas City, j Mo . has a paid up capital of Slfi.OOO j Mr. Fortune .1 Weaver is president pr»a 1 marauw of fbf* concern ARE EVER AT WAR. There are two things everlastingly at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen’s Arnica Salve will banish piles In any form. It soon subdues the itching, ir ritation, inflammation or swelling. It gives comfort, invites joy. Greatest healer of burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, oruises, eczema, scalds, pimples, skin eruptions. Only 25 cents at all drug gists. HwourlKH Elbkbdl Electric Bitters Succeed when everything elae fafla. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedr, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY(LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever *>ld over a druggist's counter. • « HRS. A: M. POPE-TURNBO PROPRIETOR “Poro” College 3100 Pine St. St Louis. No. T’HK “PORO" SYSTKM of Scalp and 1 Hair treatment is based on the lat est scientific nnd sanitary methods, effecting n healthy scalp thus promot ing a growth of beautiful hair. The “Poro" preparations used in con nection with the treatment are made and sold exclusively by myself, having the exclusive right to that name; and I, alone, know the secret of the com position that bears that name. Our claim has always been that when the hair begins to grow as the re .suit of the use of “F* O R O, ” it will continue to do so if only thescalp and hnir he kept clean. This san itary method of treatment is also having the desired effect In helping to prevent the spread of diseases, for it is a fact that hair in an unsanitary condit the which often prove fatal to innocent persons coming in contact with them* For treatment, call on or address: MRS. R. H. I.EE 3151 High St. Denver AGENT FOR '' PORO' HAVE YOU TRIED IT? (VI a- l A trial will convince you that Rov. Henderson's tooth powder Is tho best on tho market. For sale at The Atlas Drug Store, 2701 Welton street. Klrkhoff Drug Co., Welton and 27th street. Kllto Drug Company, 21st and .rapahoe. Harry Jones' Barbor Shop street. Joseph Welch Barber Shop, 2232 Larimer street. Stearns Cafe, 1008 10th St. Champa Drug Store, 20th and Cliainpa streets. Moritz Drug Store, 21at and Lari mer stret. Star Drug Store, 21st and Champa •treet. Agent, wanted. Addreai. HENDERSON MFQ. CO., 121 S 13rd St., Donvor, Colo.