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Gass 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 NO3BY IN STYLE AND PERFECT IN FIT AT THE QUALITY CLOTHES SHOP 1015 SIXTEENTH ST., opposite Tabor Grand Short h Breaking Off, Thin or Falling Out ? Have you Tetter Eczema ' Does yonr Scalp Itch ? Have you More than a Normal Amou/it of Dandruff ? If so write for MME. C. J. WALKER’S WONDERFUL HAIR .'-ROWER which Postively cures ail Scalp Diseases, Stops the Hail from Falling out and Starts it at once to Growing. These Remedies are Manufactured only by THE WALKER MFG. CO. 638 N. WEST ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. A Six Weeks’Trial Trontment sent to any Address by MaifTor k 1.70 Make all Money Orders Payable to Mme. C. J. Walker, feend Stamps for Reph-.,y A< 'SENTS WANTED. Write for Terms Agent*. Before writing Mme. C. f. Walker, ask! your druggist, it may save you time as we are now placing our goods ir Ml drug stores J TUB COLORED OR PH AH ARE AND OLD TOLKr rrOt*«L / Located at Arvada, Colorado, take Ar-vada car. Thlß Institution provide, a bom. lor homeless colo.«u onllar... .ad km women end men of the rac. W. also oar. for children wnon par.au an ta aervlo« and cannot k«*p tham, at a vary small pittance. Aay Inform* -lon oan b. tad by trrttioc a MUr ar postal to Arvada. Colorado. fH t STATESMAN- CHURCH OF THE HOLY RE DEEMER Church of the Holy Redeemer, 22nd Ave. and Humboldt street. The Rev. Henry B. Brown, B. D., vicar. Twen tyfirst Sunday after Trinity. 7:00 a. m., Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m., Choral matins with sermon. Subject, “The Divine Ar moring.” 7:30 p. m.. Choral Evensing with sermon. Subject, “The Nobleman’s Faith.” The class for instruction of candi dates for confirmation is being held every Sunday evening at 6 o’clock. The vicar, Father Brown, will be glad to receive the names of those who contemplate receiving this sacrament of the church, and intending candi dates are requested to act promptly. Next Thursday evening (Hallow e’en) is the time for the Grand Car nival of Nations. The five nations to be represented are: .Japan, at the home of Mrs. Mary E. Holmes, 2139 Curtis street; Spain, at Mrs. Florence Cooper’s, 2227 Tremont Place; India, and the Indians with their war dance, at Mrs. Grace Bursn-McCain’s, 1236 East 28th avenue; Germany, at Mrs. Addie Gaines’, 2425 Humboldt street; America (the Home-Coming), at Mrs. Georgia Contee's. 2444 Franklin street. Mrs. Mildred Abernathy, di rectress. There will be amusements of va rious kinds appropriate to the occa sion, as well as a guessing contest with prizes. Come masked or not masked, but be sure to come. Se cure your ticket from any of the mem bers of the several committees. A 25c ticket admits you to all the coun tries; a 10c ticket to any one country. A cordial invitation is extended to ' all to worship with us, and to those I who have no spiritual home to make one with us. A hearty welcome . awaits any who may accept thes* in ; vitations. Throw Away Your Old China GEI ONE OF THE DINNER SETS The Statesman OFFERS ITS SUBSCRIBERS INSPECT THEM IN OUR WINDOW Sold for Half Store Price W¥GD ONLY &50 A SET ~ “*SV _ am f ;.,. j ,I'ijp Suitable for Presents Just the Thing for Company 6 Lieutenant Childs Fine Type of Po liceman. Thursday afternoon Mayor Carter H. Harrison appointed Sergeant Childs of the Woodlawn police sta tion a lieutenant. It is understood that Lieutenant Childs will be sent to Harrison street in charge of the identification bureau. The promotion of Sergeant Childs to a lieutenancy bears out the record of the “Harri sons” for promoting men who prove efficient. For it will be remembered that the elder Harrison while mayor set a precedent by appointing the first policeman of color in Chicago. Now many years afterwards his son again makes history by appointing to the highest official rank a member of the race. Merit and bravery alone won pro motion of Sergeant Childs. He is one of the few members of the police de partment who are college graduates. He being a graduate of Talladega College, Alabama. The story of his appointment as a sergeant is well known to Chicagoans. Everyone re members the terrible battle that the police had with some desperadoes out in Hyde park, how after hours of, fierce shooting between the police j and the desperadoes, who had es counced themselves in a barn, held the police at bay. It was then that policeman Childs appeared upon the scene, fought and shot his way into the barn, and his sergeant stripes was the reward. OGDEN, UTAH We take it as the hand of Provi dence that the A. M. E. church of this city should be blessed with such a man as Rev. J. H. Brown, I). D. He has endeared himself to white min isters of the city by uniting himself with the Ministers’ Union. He knows just how to get at things in organiz ing the forces. The church has put on her best garment since his com ing. Every auxiliary of the church has been organized and is pushing ahead. Rev. A. M. Ward, P. E., held his first quarter, beginning on the 18-20, Friday night, after an old-fashioned love feast, and then the quarterly conference was closed up in due form. At this time there appeared many citizens with a short but well arranged program, to give a joint re ception in honor of what they con ceived to be two of the greatest rep resentatives of the Rocky Mountain Conference. The first speaker was Geo. Eubanks, who paid glowing trib ute of honor and welcome to Rev. Mr. Brown as pastor and also Rev. Ward as presiding elder. Mr. S. I. Norris, in line of remarks, viewed the church as it would be a few years hence. There were timely remarks from Mrs. Martinez, Mrs. Samuels, Mrs. Perry. Rev. A. Ward responded in his way, which was touching and inspiring. Rev. Brown closed by singing very sweetly the “Golden Gate.” The audience then repaired to the lower room of the church, where a feast of everything of the season was in waiting. Rev. A. M. Ward preached an able sermon on Sunday morning and left for Salt Lake at 1 t> m. Rev. Fisher of First M. E. church preached at .3 p. m. and assisted Rev. Brown to ad minister the Holy Sacrament. Rev. Brown preached at 7:30 p. m. The church is rallying to send for the pastor's family. The rally is set for the first Sunday in November. More later on. A LOG ON THE TRACK of the fast express means serious trouble ahead if not removed, so does loss of appetite. It means lack of vi tality, loss of strength and nerve weakness. If appetite fails, take Electric Bitters quickly to overcome the cause by toning up the stomach an curing the indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three years, but six bottles of Electric Bitters put him right on his feet again. They have helped thousands. TJiey give pure blood, strong nerves, good digestion. Only -U cents at all druggists. FOR RENT EUREKA HALL Parties wishing To Refit Eureka Hall, 2235 Arapa hoe St., Phone Main 7940. UATC ™ jll/ilvj BLOCKED ALL SHAPES BROWN C(\r The Hatter ' 718 1-2 & 911 18th St. # YOUR EYES $ ££ 'l'dl the story of the care | you give them. Don’t Tr take chances; tbo*< head f/C* aches, that nervousness, | and many other com # plaints, all come from » eye strain. A scientific examination and Rood SJ glasses will bring relief. dk Vry Vs — aSk yV fb A The Swigert Bros. Optical Co. « ft ttl ■Mr.- MAtsmotnifi uv Cleaning Pressing Repairing The Eastern Tailors T. S. E N DO, Prop. ARTISTIC TAILORS 2026 Larimer St.. Denver. Colo. Phone Main 7518 Electric Bitters Bucceed when everything elae fail*. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It is the best medioixic ever sold over a druggist's counter. ♦ a efifar*' 1 : ‘T : T'-Ar . MRS. A: M. POPE-TURNBO PROPRIETOR “Poro” College 3100 Pine St. St. Louis, Mo. THi: yl’OKO" SYSTI M of Srnlp nn.l llnir treatment is based on the lat est scientific and sanitary methods, e (Tooting a healthy scalp thus promot ing a growth of beautiful hair. Thr “Pom" preparations used In con nnction with the treatment era made and sold exclusively hy myself. having Iho rw•lnsivo rijtlit to that nanir; and I. alone, know the secret of the com position that hears Unit mime <>,, r claim Ims always been that when the hair begins to grow as the result of tlm nso of “PORO," ,t will continue to do so if only thesenlp an.l hair he kept eleon. This snn itory method of treatment is also having the desired efTeet In helping to prevent the spreod of diseases for it n fact that hair in an unsanitary conditioncarries tho germs of disease which often prove fatal to innocent persons coming m contact witlt them for treatment, cnll on or address MRS. R. H. LEE 3151 High St. Denver AGENT FOR “PORO”