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BETWEEN
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS AND PUEBLO
VIA THE
Colorado & Southern Railway
Electric Lighted Sleeping and Dining Cars —Well-Ballasted
Roadbed—Block Signals—Stone and Concrete Bridges —
and a service appreciated by the experienced traveler
All trains leave and arrive Union Passenger
Stations, Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo
LEAVE DENVER DAILY 3:50, 8:00, 8:30 and q:oo a. m.
and 12.15, 3:30 and 7:45P.M.
ARRIVE DENVER DAI LY 7:00 and 10:00 a. m.. and 2:30,
3:25, 5:30, 7:00 P. M.
T. E. FISHER, General Passenger Agent
City Ticket Office
Seventeenth and California Sts or Union Passenger Station
Denver, Colorado
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Newly Built and Newly F"urnished-HotJand Cold BJths
HOME COOKING
Short Orders at All Hours Regular Dinner 25c
Headquarters for Traveling"and Theatrical People
2130 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colorado
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Our Price* are Right and our Wo "k by far the Best. We
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PHONE MAIN 1355
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t

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No. 215-17 Courtland St. Baltimore, Md.
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for rent for all occasions, reasonable
2711 Welton Street
Large and airy ante-rooms and check rooms
all complete neat and clean, see
DAVID CLIFFORD at hall, or at CRESCENT THEATRE
2715 Welton Street
Best little show in town. Pictures and Vaudeville
CHURCH NOTES
CHURCH OF THE HOLY RE
DEEMER
The 'Rev. Henry B. Brown, B. D.,
vicar.
7:30 a. m., celebration of the Holy
Eucharist. 11 a. m., choral solemn
Eucharist with sermon; subject,
“The Source ot all Good Gifts."
p. m., choral 'solemn vespers with
sermon; subject, “The Necessity of
Our Lord’s Departure.”
The Sunday school meets at Si: 15
a. m.
The Women's Guild will meet on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Litany and choir rehearsal will
take place on Friday evening at S
o'clock.
The various committees of the May
fair will assemble at the times speci
iicd in the notice in the vestibule of
the church. The fair will be held in
the chapter house of the Cathedral
and the dates will be published next
week.
All are cordially welcome to the
services of the church.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
NOTES.
Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor.
Sunday school lesson, April 20, Ja
cob's meeting with Esau. Gen. 32: 3
17. The three-act drama entitled
“Engaged,'' repeated at the Betlile
heni church Tuesday night under the |
management of Mrs. J. J. Jackson,
was a success.
Morning sermon, Epb. 6-11.
Evening sermon. Rev. 7-21.
Mr. .1. J. Jackson lost his sister
last week. She had been sick for six
or eight months.
Remember the grand rally at Cen
tral Baptist church on the second
Sunday in June, 1913. We exp. ct
Rev. D. Over of Zion, llev. Pope of!
Shorter. Rev. Bray of Campbell, Rev
Reynolds of Bethlehem. Rev. Harell j
of the Presbyterian church, to be at .
our rally, also all of their member-. |
June S, 1913. Concentration is our
aim.
B. Y. P. V. at 7 I>. m. Sunday.
Praise meeting every Wednesday
night at 7:3U p. m.
DON’T FORGET TO HEAR WIL
LIAMS’ JUBILEE SINGERS AT THE
AUDITORIUM, MAY 2. SEATS 50c.
SCOTT’S M. E. CHURCH.
The services Sunday. April 20, will
be as follows:
11:00 a. m. —Preaching by the pas
tor, Rev. S. L. Deas.
12:30 p. m. —Sunday school.
0:45 p. ni.—Epworth League.
7:45 p. m. — Preaching by the pas
tor. Every one is urged to come and
hear the new pastor. He is an ex> el
lent speaker and a deep thinker. Sun
day morning he spoke most eloquent
ly on the subject of “Lifting and
Drawing,” Sunday evening on the
“Soul’s Position,” which was clearly
explained.
Sunday morning he will speak on
“Man’s Position” and at night on the
“Soul and Its Work.” The public is
invited to come and hear these ser
mons.
The church has been divided into
ten' companies. Each company is
urged to raise $150. This is for the
purpose of paying of the church
debt.
The funeral of Mrs. F. Moore was
held Sunday at the church. Rev.
Head preached the runeral.
Miss L. Perry, who was on the sick
list, is greatly improving.
The children are preparing for a
grand- play to be given for the carpet
fund. Watch for the date.
THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN.
E. 23rd Ave. and Washington St.
Sermon topics, Sunday, April 20:
11 a. m., “In the Gall of Bitterness
and in the Bond of Iniquity.”
4:15 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E.
5 p. m., Report from Denver pres
bytery.
Music.
Organ Prelude, “Kyrie from the
12th Mass” Mozftrt
Kyrie II rris
Solo and Chorus —
(a) “Go Forward, Christian ;
Soldier” Yolpe
Mrs. Pearl Rose and Choir.
(b) “The Lord Hath Done
Great Things” Higgle
Mrs. Vera Finney and Choir.
Anthem, “Lift Up Your Heads"
.... Nichol
Offertory, “Slow Air” Martini
Responses to the Beatitudes... .A lien
Postlude, “Domine Salvum I^ac”.
Mozart
The pastor and congregation are in
deed grateful to the friend who
came out. In such large numbers last
Sabbath to hear the first of th. se
ries * of special discourses on the
Negro. The choir and organist helped
the minister considerably in t Heir
renditions and are therefore to be
complimented. The second of thr se
ries will be preached at the ll:00
o’clock services tomorrow and prom
ises to eclipse the first. All lovers
of truth and seekers of information
are cordially welcome. The evening
services will be devoted to a review
of the working of Denver Presbytery,
which held Its session last Twe day
in the North Presbyterian Church.
Every member of the church is urged
to be at this service.
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday, the 20th.
9:45, Sunday School, subject, “Ja
cob Meeting with Esau.” Scripture,
Genesis 32-3-33.
tor. Subject, “Wanted, More \fen
11:00 a. m., Preaching by the pas-
Like Daniel.”
3:00 p. m.. Rally service, a pay
ment on the church property will
soon be due anc[ we are appealing to
our friends to assist us at this serv
ice. The pastors and members of our
sister churches are invited to this
service. Rev. Price, pastor of Ceutral
church, will be the speaker of the
hour.
7:00 p. m., B. Y. P. U. service; sub
ject, “Favorite Verses in the Psalms.”
Psalms 19-1-14. Leader, Miss Arle
thia Reynolds,
I 8:00 p. m.. Preaching; subject,
| "The Ruin of Gehazi, the Graftdr.”, A
large crowd attended the drama on
j last Tuesday night. Quite a nice sum
was realized, and we take this means
to publicly thank Mrs. Jackson apd
her company for the interest thtey
, took in rendering this play for us at
this time and the many friends that
attended. An open door stands open
to all to come and worship with us if
you have no church home. East 23dn
Ave and La'fayette St. Rev. A. E.
Reynolds, Pastor. Phone York 7647.
CAMPBELL CHAPEL, A. M. E.
CHURCH.
Corner Twenty-third and Lawrence
Streets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray,
D. D., Pastor.
The pastor will preach at both
services next Sunday. Morning sub
ject, “On the Threshold of Heaven.”
Evening subject, “Elijah’s God and
God’s Elijah.”
Seven persons were received into
full membership last Sunday morning.
I Mrs. Ella ivi. Brown was added to the
membership in the evening service.
Madam C. A. J. Spires, famous bari
tone singer, of Indiana, assisted by
some of the city’s best talent, will
give a recital at the church Friday
evening for the benefit of Western ;
University. This promises to be a
muscal treat or rare merit.
A union excursion, in which Camp
bell Chapel will join, will be run to
,Tolland on July 14th. The official
board has decided to put forth every
effort to make this the largest and
best in the history of Denver.
Listen, over the mountains toward
boulder you can hear a full round,
sweet voice ringing out in inspiring
and uplifting song. It is that of Rev.
T. H. WJseman, the West's sweetest
j singer, and he is coming this way.
Get ready. We will tell you next
I week just when he will arrive.
The men gave a program and sup
| per last Friday evening that would
| have done credit to any church and
; people. It was a success from every j
| angle, the trustees realizing a neat
sum therefrom.
The Sewing Circle met at the home
; of the president, Mrs. Mary Finley.
| '.'24 E. 24th Ave., last Thursday after
noon. They will soon be ready for j
their quilt contest.
Drop into Campbell any Monday j
evening if you want to see an official ‘
board in action. The pastor is de- ;
lighted that all tfTe auxiliaries are
meeting regularly and doing every I
tning possible to carry their part or ■
the responsibility.
You have not heaTd any singing un
til you hear that choir at Campbell.
Come and see.
SHORTER CHAPEL’S NOTES.
The order of service at Shorter to
morrow will be as follows:
10:00 a .m., Sunday School. Les
son, "Jacob’s Meeting With Esau.” '
Gen. -13:1-15.
11:00 a. m., Special sermon to worn j
en, by the pastor.
3:00 p. m., Afternoon platform
meeting in which some of the leading |
women of Denver will participate. '
Excellent music.
6:45 p. m., Allen Christian En- I
deavor League. Topic: "Favorite |
Verses In Psalms. Psalms 19:1-14.
7:45 p. m., Sermon by Mrs. Olive
Elliot and a strong literary program.
Tomorrow will be observed as
Wtoman’s Day and the women of the
cnurch will have charge of three
services. A spicy program has been
arranged and it is hoped that a large
audience will be out at each service
to encourage and give due recognition
to the splendid work of the women.
The Sewing Circle has just re
ceived a shipment of four beautiful
Negro dolls whicn will be awarded as
prizes at the big bazaar May 30th.
They are just what you are looking
for and the little folks should get
busy.
The Musical Festival by the three
Denver Stars and Azalia Hackle Club
and the “Lady Masons.” by the Taka
Art Club, were rendered before big
audiences and the rendition of each
was so very acceptable that a repe
tition has been demanded. Look out
for the date.
Mr. Harry Cowell of Dallas, Texas,
sent our pastor a check for five dol
lars last week to be forwarded to the
Omaha sufferers. Our Mite Mission
ary Society also shipped a box of
clothing to Rev. Osborn of Omaha on
the 17th.
Secretary J. E. Moreland of Wash
ington, D. C., preached a most, in
structive and inspiring sermon at
Shorter last Sabbath at the morning
hour. It has been a great \yhile since
Denver has h*ad a visitation whose in
fiiiMiice was as saiutory and widely
felt in the social, moral and religious
life of the race as was the coming of
Mr. Moreland to our city. The reali
zation of a membership of 376 and a
fund of $4,800 for the Colored Men’s
Department of the Y. M. C. A. is but
the smaller part of the blessing, the
bencficient efTect upon the spiritual
life of our people, irrespective of de
nomination, is the bigger blessing.
Patriarohie No. 39 Holds Reception.
The first public reception of Patri
arch ie No. 30. Second' regiment of the
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows,
was held at Arcade hull. Pittsburgh, on
Monduy evening. April 14. Colonel
John W. Anderson was In commnnd.
The drill corps executed some fine ex
hibition maneuvers. Beatty’s orches
tra furnished the music for the occa
sion which kept the dancers In high
glee throughout the evening. Chair
man T. N. Morgan. W. II. Parker, J.
W. Morgan and E. T. Bell were in
charge of lhe arrangements and un
der their efficient management the af
fair was a great success
Mis. D. L. Jones’
SCHOOL OF
HAIR MANUFACTURING
Hairdressing,
Manicuring, Massage
2748 Welton St Denver, Colo.
J. H. BIGGINS
1417 E. 24th AVENUE
FURNITURE
REPAIRING
SECOND-HANDFURNITURE
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Phone, York 7602
The Mile High
Photo Co.
Roll Films Developed Free
Printing 3c and Up
Mail Orders Given Prompt
Attention
320 17th St., Denver
MRS. CHAR(.CY BARNES, Prop.
Phone Champa 2833
THE ALHAMBRA CAFE
Real Home Cooking
Chili Every Day
2741 Welton Denver, Colo.
The Welton Street
Furniture Company
F. R. LINDENMIER. Fro*.
2628 Welton Street
All kinds of Repair Work
neatly done. Refinishing a
specialty. New and Second-
Hand Furnitare bought and
sold
Office Phone Main 5595.
DR. P. K. SPRATUN
Hours: 9to 11 a. rru, 1 to 4 p. m.,
7 to 8 p. m.
..Rooms—3l-2 Good Block.
Residence. 2230 Clarkson Street.
Telephone York 123.
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for dandruff. Itching of the scalp nnd
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MRS. A: N. POPE TDRRBO I
PROPRIETOR «
• “Poro” College
3100 Pine St. St Louis, No.
THE “PORO" SYSTEM of Scalp and
A Hair treatment is based on the lat
est scientific and sanitary methods,
effecting a 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 ns the result of
the use of “F* O R O, ** it will
continue to do so if only thescnlp
and hair be keot clean. This san
itary method o. 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
condition carries the germs of disease
which often prove fatal to inuocent
persons coming in contact with them.
For treatment, call on or address:
MRS. R. H. LEE
3151 High St. Phone York 7711 Denver
AGENT FOR “PORO'*
Phone Main 8625.
DR. JUSTINA L. FORD
OFFICE HOURS:
to 12 a. m„ 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
OFFICE AND RE3IDENCE.
2335 Arapahoe Street. DonvOr.
W. B. TOWNSEND
Attorney and Counsellor
At-Law
Aba tract a of title, wills, deed tad
all legal matters pertaining to real
and personal property carefully
looked after.
Room 313 Kittredge Bldg.
Phone Champa 618.
Residence, 2816 High St.
Phone Blue 98
FOR RENT
We have a number of houses o
rent at all times. We get new on i
every day. Call and see us If y« t
want to rent.
FOR SALE
We also have a number of w««ees
and cottages for sale, some oa , try
easy te. ms. See us If }*ou to
buy.
5 POINTS REALTY CO.
Phone Main 5831 X 603 Walton S
Notary Public, Fire Insurance
Money to Loan.
When Down Town Day or Night Go
to The
NEW MANHATTAN CAFE
PERSON & CARR. Proprlstors
Short Orders, Regular Dinner, Meals
at all Hours
PRIVATE BOOTHS
Phone Main 7413 1841 Arapahoe St.
THE ID EAL
CONCERT AND DANCE
ORCHESTRA
Business Manager, ELTON S. STARKS
1939 Arapahoe Street
RHONE MAIN 7023
Secretary, MISS DOROTHY A. DeNEAL
1154 Broadway
PHONE CHAMPA 2470

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