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FAST, FREQUENT AND EXCELLENT
. DAILY SERVICE
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 <5:00 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
The Larson Shoe Repairing Shop
Soles % Repairing
Guaranteed MIE? ' Done While
and all M&M You Wait
WorkDoneftM ** Work'
1 i HHte / Guaranteed
by Latest UllliiN ..
w - '4 \. fgk at the most
Improved m- u u 1
Keasonable
Machinery * Price.
Work Called for and Delivered
Phone Champa 1635 2203 Welton Street
B. FINE, Prop.
Fire Proof team Heat
Phone Champa 2850
Palmer House
T. H. JOHNSON, Prop.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished - Hotjand Cold Baths
HOME COOKING
Short Orders at All Hours Regular Dinner 25c
Headquarters for Traveling'and Theatrical People 1
2130 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colorado
“ CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS ”
I hen if you want to be clean, let us do your washing
Our Price* are Right and our Wo k by far the Best. We
do all kinds of Finished Work, also Rough Dry. All Shirts
Ironed by Hand. Wagons call everywhere.
DOMESTIC HAND LAUNDRY
PHONE MAIN 1355
2615 Larimer Up-town Office 1849 Champa
An Announcement
Extraordinary
We need a State Representative who can sell to our
our people on the easy monthly payment plan, a
safe and reliable 8 per cent investment, DIVIDENDS
PAYABLE QUARTERLY, fully secured
If you are willing to work hard and be your own boss,
if you have confidence in yourself to work strictly on a
commission basis, if you wish to associate yourself with a
FIF TY-THOUSAND-DOLLAR INDUSTRIAL COR
PORA! lON where you have every oppotunity for ad
vancement, THEN WE NEED YOU; if you can fill our
requirements, we can show you how you can earn and
pay yourself from $75.00 to $200.00 per month.
Addresst
The Cherry Heighths Realty Co., Inc.
No. 215-17 Courtland St. Baltimore, Md.
Fern Hall
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
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH.
East Thirty-second and Lafayette St I
Services Sunday, April 27th:
9:45, Sunday school. Subject, .1
seph Sold into Egypt. Scriptu
Genesis 37: 23-3G.
11 a. m., preaching. Subject, El-|
ficiency Is Requisite in Lives of Chi
tians.
7 p. m., B. V. P. U. Subject, Bap
tlst Bible Work. Neh. 8: 1-8. Lc i
er, Mrs. H. R. Butler.
8 p. m„ preaching. Subject, 7.
ehaeus Sought Glimpse of Christ.
Rev. Price, pastor of Central |
church, preached a soul stirring s i
moll for us at Sunday's meeting. Wc
were glad to have Rev. Bray, ti 1
broad pastor of Campbell's A. M.
church, with us. •
DON’T FORGET TO HEAR W ..
LIAMS’ JUBILEE SINGERS AT THE
AUDITORIUM, MAY 2. SEATS 60c.
SCOTT M. E. CHURCH.
11 a. m., preaching by the pas or. |
Rev. lleas.
12:30 p. m„ Sunday school. Mr.
Ross, superintendent.
7:30 p. m.. Epworth League. Pi
I.ightner, president.
8 p. m., preaching by the pastor
The subject of the sermon for Si
day morning will be "Contending
the Higher Life.”
The subject for Sunday even:
will be "No Failures.”
The pastor's family is expected
the city the last of next week.
Some of the companies of
church have begun great work
ready.
SHORTER'S NOTES.
The order of service at Show r
chapel tomorrow will be as follow^
10:00 a. m., Sunday school. Less
"Joseph Sold into Egypt." Gen.
1-3G.
11:00, preaching, "Things that Can
not Be Shaken," by the pastor.
6:45 p. m., Allen Christian Endeav
or League. Topic, Mission Work
Home ami Abroad. IV. Bible Work.
Acts 17: 1-12. Mrs. EfBe Waldon,
leader.
7:45 p. m.. preaching. "Joseph the
Savior of Ills People,” by the pass :
Woman's day at Shorter last Sab
bath was quite a success and Mrs O.
W. Glenn and her assistants w r •
warmly congratulated on all sides.
The exercises were wisely planned
and skillfully* executed and those "U
the programme never tired in paying
high tributes to'the nobility of w
anliood.
The big bazaar by tile Sewing ’
cle opens next Tuesday even
April 29th. and continues for tl
nights. There will be a large var
of beautifully decorated booths i£ ni
ing with table delicacies and ntsay
artistic and useful articles for ihe
home. Lots of amusements an bril
liant programs have been pr idod
for each evening. There will ie a
I Japanese drill Tuesday, a r ring
musical Wednesday and a M pole
and doll contest Thursday. hree
large handsome Negro dolls 1 be
given to the successful contes ts —
just the thing to inspire race i ride.
Admission, season ticket 25 cc.'S, or
10 cents an evening.
Our captains are requested •» re
port their second installment our
spring campaign at one of tli■ terv
ices Sunday. Let every captain re
port all his receipts, except i ses;
keep them until the campaign over.
The Peoples’ Presbyterian
23rd Ave. and Washington St
SERMON TOPICS
Sunday, April 27, 191 ;
11 a. m. —“The Eloquence of
Slavery.”
4:15 p. m.—C. E. —"Mi ,ion
Work at Horne and
Abroad.”
5 p. m. — “Haman's Execution”
Music.
Prelude, “Selection from The Mes
siah” Handel
Anthems:
(a) “Te Deum Laudamus” in E.
Withers
Mrs. Emma Anderson and ( lioir
(b) “Behold, I Bring You Hood
Tidings” V'ncent
Mrs. Emma Anderson and Choir
(c) Magnificat” Hato raley
Mrs. Pearl Rose and Choir
(d) “Nunc Dimittis” ...Hatc-rsley
Kyrie . Harris
Beatitudes Allen
Offertory, “Slow Air” Ch mertti
Postlude, "Elegy” Braun
The study of the “Slave Traffic”
continues to be quite interesting to
the audience. The congregation last
Sabbath was even larger than the
previous Sunday. The third of the
issue during the bitter experience of
the slaves will be discussed tomor
row morning. It is to be hoped that
all the members and friends will be
present.
The mothers of the church are pre
paring an elaborate program ar
ranged by Antoinette Abernathy La
moreaux for Mothers’ day, the second
Sabbath of May. The Sunday school
has already begun, to practice “The
Bread of Life” for Children’s day, be
ing the second Sabbath of June. Both
of these programs are furnished by
the Presbyterian Board of Publica
tion ana Subbath School Work.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
NOTES.
Rev. P. J.‘ Price, Pastor.
Sunday school lessen, April 27, “Jo
seph Sold into Egypt,” Genesis 37.
Morning sermon, Ezra 7:22.
Evening sermon, Neh. 6: 2-3.
B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Neh. 1st to
8th verses.
Remember the grand rally on June
Sth at the Central Baptist church.
Remember the reception given by the
members of Central church, in behalf
of the pastor, Rev. P. J. Price, and
wife, Tuesday night, April 29. Mas
ter of ceremonies, W. A. Moore.
Program for the reception, Aprii 29:
Song by the choir.
Invocation by Rev. S. L. Deas.
Welcome address by C. B. Hill, in
behalf of the church.
Song by the choir.
Welcome on behalf of the ministers.
Rev. A. E. Reynolds.
1 Remarks, Rev. ,H. F. Bray.
Instrumental solo, by Miss Grace
Hall.
Remarks by Dr. C. D. DeFrantz in be
half of the Y. M. C. A.
Remarks by Rev. R. L. Pope.
Vocal solo, Mrs. Ula Urby.
Remarks on behalf of the citizens of
Denver, by Rev. Thomas Hnzell.
Instrument solo by Miss Mabel Wat
son.
Song, the choir.
Duty of the members to the pastor.
Rev. D. E. Over.
Closing song by the choir.
CAMPBELL CHAPEL, A. M. E.
CHURCH.
Corner Twenty-third and Lawrence
Streets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray,
D. D., Pastor.
The pastor win preach morning and I
. vening tomorrow; 11:00 a. m. sub
ject, ‘ The Way Home ” Evening, j
Arise, Shine." Sabbath School at
9:45, subject, “Joseph Sold Into
Egypt.” Allen League at 6:30 p. m..
subject, “Favorite Verser in the j
Psalms.”
The Pastor’s Aid served refresh- j
ments at the parsonage Monday even
ing and a delightful time was
by a large number.
mdam Spires of Indiana and a
number of the city's best musical j
lights entertained to the delight of
>ome of our severest critics last night.
The Sewing Circle met at the home
of Mrs. Jennie Pierson, 2132 Stout
street, last Thursday afternoon. The
attendance, work accomplshed and
luncheon served were all very good. ,
Brothers L. R. Arnold and I. H. Har
per have been added to the Steward
board and C. E. Eubanks made leader
of Class No. 6 # to succeed R. H. Will Is.
Sister Hattie Hayden is very low at
this time and the Christians are re
quested to pray earnestly for her re
covery.
Miss Ethel Fitchue and Thelia
Tucker are the respresentatives to
the Sqpday School convention from
Campbell Chapel Sunday School. Sis
ter Caroline Holland has been elected
president of the Stewardess board.—
Etta Blackwell, Sec.; Amanda Wooby,
Treas.
\
Call on Mrs. Jessie Bryant of 2418 .
Chamoa street for dressmaking. Sat
isfaction Phone Champa
2247.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY RE
DEEMER
The 'Rev. Henry B. Brown, B. D..
vicar.
7:30 a. m., celebration of the Holy
Eucharist.
9:4o a. m.. Sunday school.
11 a. m., Choral Matins with ser
mon. Subject, “The Nature of Pure
Religion."
5 p. m.. choral solemn Vespers,
with sermon. Subject, “Alone but
Not Alone."
Thursday. Ascension day. 7:30 a.
m.. celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
Friday, 8 p. m.. Litany and choir
•rehearsal.
Notices for committee meetings
are posted in the vestibule of the
church and the several committees
are requested to govern themselves
accordingly.
The program committee is prepar
ing tw r o excellent programs, one for
each evening of the fair, and from
the amount of enthusiasm being dis
played by all, the fair promises to be
by far a greater success than that of
last year.
jynong the many features of the
fair, there will be a contest and three
prizes will be given.
City News
At a regular meeting of the Colo
rado Commercial Alliance, held at
their office. 1025 21st street, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Resolved, that the Colorado Com
mercial Alliance take an active part
in the coming campaign for the elec
tion of commissioners and other city
officiaisTTT) be voted on Tuesday, May
20th, 1913, and that the following
committee is hereby appointed to rep
resent this organization jointly with
other civic organizations of the city
in the selection of candidates, and to
transact such other business as “may
be necessary and hi the interest of
the Negro voters of the city and
county of Denver. Committee, Basil
Hill, Chas. Muse, editor Denver Star,
and Attorney A. W. Lewis. And be
it further
Resolved, that a copy of these reso
lutions be given to the daily and
weekly papers for publication.
(Signed) B. C. CURTIS,
President.
* * ‘(Signed) O. T. JACKSON,
Secretary.
Wenter —Man for steady job in
country- Inquire at Colored Amerlcar
Loan, 913 21st street.
The call meeting of Evergreen
chapter No. 36, O. E. 8., for Monday
night, is postponed indefinitely.
Mrs. Corinne O’Bryant, W. M.
Mrs. Effle Walton, Secretary.
The funeral of Mr. Win. Roblsson,,
1864 Larimer street, was held Tues
day afternoon.
The funeral of Mrs. W. Thompson,
of 2344 Walnut street, was held Fri
day afternoon.
The Douglass Undertaking Co. are
In charge of the above funerals.
Mrs. D. L. Jones 9
SCHOOL OF
HAIR MANUFACTURING
Hairdressing,
Manicuring, Massage
2748 Welton SL Denver, Colo.
I «
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. CHARLCY BARNES, Prop.
Phone Champa 2833
THE ALHAMBRA CAFE
Real Home Cooking
Chili Every Day
_ j
2741 Welton' Denver, Colo.
!
The Welton Street
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F. R UNDENMIER. Prop.
2628 Welton Street
All kinds of Repair Work
neatly done. Refinishing a
specialty. New and Second-
Hand I-'urnitare bought and
sold
Office Phone Main 5595.
1 DB. P. B. SPRATUN
Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.,
7 to 8 p. m.
I ..Rooms —31-2 Good Block.
Residence, 2230 Clarkson Street
Telephone York 123.
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PROPRIETOR •
• “Poro" College
3100 Pine St. St Louis, No.
T'HK -PORO” SYSTEM cf Scalp and
■*■ 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
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the use of “PORO, ” it Will
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to prevent the spread of diseases, for
it is a fact thut hair in an unsanitary'
condition carries the genus of disease
which often prove fatal to innocent
persons coming in contact with them.
For treatment, call on or address:
MRS. R. H. LEE
315 T High SL Pbces York 7711 Denver
AGENT FOR “PORO"
Phone Main 8626.
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DR. JUSTINA L» FORD
OFFICE HOURS:
"»»! lo 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 tc 8 p. m.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
2335 Arapahoe Street. Denver.
W. B. TOWNSEND
Attorney and Counsellor
At-1 .aw
Abstracts of title, wills, deed and
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 bouaea o
rent at all timea. We get new on i
every day. Call and see tie If y t
want to rent
FOR SALE v
We alao have a number of isa
and cottagea for sale, acme aw , try
easy te me. Bee ua If you to ■
buy.
5 POINTS REALTY CO.
Phone Main 5831 Welton $
Notary Public, Fire Inaurance
Money to Loan.
When Down Town Day or Night Go
to The
NEW MANHATTAN CAFE
PERSON t CARR, Pnptlttou
Shurl Orders, Regular Dinner, Meals
at all Hours
• PRIVATE BOOTHS
Phone Main 7413 1841 Arapahoe St.
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THE ID EAL
CONCERT AND DANCE
ORCHESTRA
Business Manager, ELTON S. STARKS
1939 Arapahoe Street
PHONE MAIN 7023
Secretary, MISS DOROTHY A. DoNEAL
1154 Broadway
RHONE CHAMPA 2*70

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