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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 DAILY 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
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Phone Champa 2850
Palmer House
T. H. JOHNSON, Prop.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished-Hot'and Cold Baths
HOME COOKING
Short Orders at All Hours Regular Dinner 25c
Headquarters for Travelinf'and TheatricaljPeople 1 ,
2130 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colorado
“ CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS ”
Then if you want to be clean, let us do your washing
Our Prices are Right and our Work 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
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Extraordinary
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our people on the easy monthly payment plan, a
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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
FIFTY-THOUSAND-DOLLAR INDUSTRIAL COR
PORATION where you have every oppotunity for ad
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pay yourself from $75.00 to $200.00 per month.
Address,
The Chery Heighths Realty Co., Inc.
No. 215-17 Courtland St. Baltimore, Md.
Fern Hall
for ren 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 News
SHORTER CHAPEL.
Rev. R. L. Pope, Pastor,
220 23rd St.
The order of service at Shorter cha
pel tomorrow will be as follows:
10:00 a. m., Sunday School. Lesson.
“Joseph Tests a,ls Brethren.” Gen
44: 1-34.
11:00, sermon by the pastor. Sub
ject, "The Bitter Waters.” The
monthly communion will be observed
at this service also.
0:45 p. m„ Allen Christian Endeavor
League. Topic, "The Ideal Christian
VI, His Bible Study.” Deut. 6; 1-0
Consecration meeting.
8:JO, echo meeting, under the aus
pices of the Sunday School and
League. The several delegates will
give a brief description of their visit
to the Boulder conference and conven
tion.
Program.
1, Introductory service, conducted
by Rev. R. L. Pope. 2. Summary of
reports at district conference, Mr. J.
C. Porter. 3. Anthem by the choir
4. Character of papers read, Mrs
Mary E. Wade. 5. What I saw at the
convention, by Miss Verona Maaot.
6. Remarks by Mrs. O. W. Glenn. 7
Anthem by the choir. 8. Primary
hand work, by Miss Pliilomina Von
Dickersohn. 9. The Growth of the
Convention, by Mrs. Fannie Brown
Song by the choir. 10. My first and
last convention, by Mr. Roy C. Brown
f.om a hospitable viewpoint, by Mrs
Mae Stell. 11. General impressions,
by Messrs. Guy Nelson and Theodore
Von Dickersohn. Anthem by the
choir. Offertory. Benediction.
Little Winnifred Steele (four years
was the junior member of the Boulde:
convention and the convention wa- .
delighted with her recitation.
The pastor and officers desire to
thank most heartily the membership
for its liberal contribution for West
ern University last Sabbath; $60.09 |
was realized.
Our spring campaign closes on the
fourth Sunday of June and every
member should assist his club in raL
ing $30.00.
The Relief Corps of ladies will hold
a camptire of the Grand Army of Re
public at Shorter chapel Monday even
ing. June 2nd, at 8 o'clock. Admission
will be free.
Mother Kathrine Wall. 2248 Glen
arm place, and Mother Martha Wes'
3132 Downing, are on the sick list this
The order of U. B. F. and S. M. I
made quite an impressive dUplay at
their anniversary service last Sat
bath. A splendid financial showing
was made, a large increase of mem
bersbip was reported and the lotet
was said to be in the midst of hah -TO
days. Dr. P. E. Spratlin presided with
grace, and Rev. R. L. Pope delivered
the sermon.
FOR RENT Rooms in modern
houße strictly at reasonable ra'e*.
Men preferred. Car service. M. 7349.
2934 Glenarm place. Mrs. Carrie
Woodward.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor,
3012 Marion St.
Sunday School lesson, Joseph T' - ts
His Brethren. Gen. 44: 4-17. Coven
ant meeting Sunday morning, 11 a m.
Communion 8:15 p. m. B. 1. 1’ U..
7 p. m. Topic, "The lueal Chris n;
His Bible Study.” Dut. 0: 1-9- (<'ob
secration meeting.)
Mrs. J. Jackson is improving.
The Funeral of Mrs. Mary Owen
was held at the Central Baptist church
May 27, Rev. P. J. Price offlclatinr as
sisted by Rev. R. L. Pope of Shorter
church. The life of Mrs. Mary Owen
was beautifully pictured by Rev. Price.
The funeral of Mr. William Buchan
an was held at the Douglass undo -idl
ing establishment Tuesday, May 28,
1913, Rev. P. J. Pr.ce officiating In
terment Riverside.
Keep in mind the rally, June uh.
Place, Central Baptist church.
Mr. Al. Williams is improving.
Mr. Hanley is Btiil ill.
The captains are showing their loy
alty to each other by reciprocating to
each other's socials given at intervals.
/he Children’s day program, June
15. Program to be rendered in the
afternoon.
CAMPBELL CHAPEL, A. M. E.
CHURCH.
Corner Twenty-third and Lawrence
Streets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray,
D. D., Pastor.
Tomorrow our regular monthly com
munion and general class meeting wiii
be held at 11:00 a.' m. These services
are always attended by the outpouring
of the Holy Ghost and the public is
invited to he benefited thereby.
Sabbath School at 9:45, Miss I'thel
Fltchue, Supt. Allen Christian I3n
deavor I-eague at 6:45, 1). D. Howard,
president.
Rev. J. W. Braxton, D. D., of Colo
rado Springs, preached a powerful
sermon last Sunday evening, alter
which Rev. Mrs. J. C. Carter of Crip
ple Creek and Miss Edith Millen, a
teacher In the public schools of Phoo
nix, Ariz., were introduced and made
some helprul remarks. Miss Millen U
among the brightest young women In
this country. She will he the guest
of the pastor and wife for the greater
part of the summer.
The "Carnival of the Nations," un
der the management of the Sewing
Circle, will be given at the church
Thursday and Friday evening, June
sth and 6th. Six of the great nations
of the world will be represented. ,A
treat for everybody.
A high class wedding, such as vsl
possibly never seen in this city before,
will take place at Campbell Thursday
evening, June 19th. Watch for de
tailed announcements later.
Added to our sick list last week
were Mrs. Hattie Berry, Mrs. l.aura
Johnson and Moßes Jenkins. They
are all better at this time.
Everybody is getting ready to go to
Tolland over the famous Moffat road
on Monday, July 14th. Grand union
excursion.
All Campbell is talking about the
big rally to be held on the fifth Sun
day in June. The first returns for the
rally will be received tomorrow. Have
you heard that wonderful choir at
Campbell?

The People*’ Presbyterian
23rd Ave. and Washington St
SERMON TOPICS
Sunday, June i, 1913
11 a. m.—“ The Timeliness of
Christ’s Advent.”
5:30 p.m.— “Why Christ Be
came Man."
5 p. m. —Y. P. S. C. E.
The summer class for instruction of
candidates for membership met last
Wednesday night in the pastor’s
study. These classes will continue
every Wednesday night at ‘9 o'clock
for the present month. All persons
desirous of depositing their member
ship with the People’s church, either
by letter or profession of faith, are re
quested to meet the class.
June Bth, a special message will be
delivered to the parents and children,
the occasion being Children's day. At
5:30 p. m. special exercises will be
observed, a prominent feature of the
service being the rendition of the can
tata, “The Dread of Life.”
Monday night, June 9th, a musical
recital will be rendered by a junior
class of musical contestants who are
musical pupils of one of the most com
petent teachers of the city. Ad
mission free. Light refreshments will
be served at the close of the concert. ;
A local violinist will be a supplement
to the night’s program.
I*ast Tuesday night the Haxell chap
ter of the Westminster Guild met with
the secretary, Mrs. Stella Maddox, at
2938 Welton. Mrs. Lida Clarke, the i
new president, was In the chair.
Twelve members pledged renewed
support for the carrying on of the no
ble work in which this auxiliary Is en
gaged. The younger blood of the fair
sex of the congregation is heartily
commended to this work. The presi
dent solicits the co-operation of the
entire membership of the church. 1 ne
SUMMER PROGRAMME, ZION
CHURCH.
Zion’s summer programme for the
months of June, July and August will
be in the nature of a continuous treat
to the congregation and general pub
lic. During these hot evening we will
use the stereoptlcon. Each Sunday
night, except the first in each month,
there will be a sermon in pictures. An
entrance to the heart byway of the
eye as well as the ear. No lights to
overheat the room so that the congre
gation may sit in perfect comfort. The 1
programme is arranged as follows:
June.
First Sunday—Sermon and commun
ion.
Second Sunday Children’s Day.
Stereoptlcon service. Subject, “Life
of Joseph” (16 colored slides). Ulus
trated song, “Onward Christian Sol
diers” (4 slides).
Third Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice. Subject, “Parable of the Great
Supper” (10 slides). Illustrated songs,
“Jesus Lover of My Soul,” “Jesus
Keep Me Near the Cross.”
Fourth Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice. Subject, “The Good Shepherd”
(10 slides). Illustrated songs, "The
Ninety and Nine” (10 slides), “Safe
In the Arms of Jesus.”
Fifth Sunday—Stereoptlcon service.
Subject, “The Prodigal Son” (10
slides). Illustrated songs, "Throw out
the Life Line” (5 slides), “What a
Friend I Have in Jesus.”
July.
First Sunday—Sermon and Com
munion.
Second Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice (Young People). Subject, “The
Story of Daniel” (10 slides). Illustrat
ed songs, “Hold the Fort” (2 slides),
“The Lower Lights” (4 slides).
Third Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice. Subject, “Gethsemane and Cal
vary” (24 slides). Illustrated songs,
“Calvary (12 slides), “Jerusalem” (12
slides).
Fourth Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice. Subject, “The Lord Is My Shep
herd” (6 slides). Illustrated songs,
“Abide With Me” (10 slides), “Guide
Me, O Thou Great Jehovah.”
August.
First Sunday—Sermon and Com
munion.
Second Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice (Young People-Temperance night).
Subject, “The Bottle” (8 slides). Il
lustrated songs, “Where Is My Boy
Tonight?” (6 slides), ”1 Love to Tell
the Story.”
Third Sunday—Sstereoptlcon serv
ice. Subject, “The Good Samaritan”
(8 slides). Illustrated songs, “There
Is a Fountain,” “What a Friend We
Have in Jesus.”
Fourth Sunday—Stereoptlcon serv
ice. Subject, “Pilgrim’s Progress”
(24 slides). Illustrated songs, “Near
er My God to Thee,” “All Hall the
Power of Jesus’ Name.”
Fifth Sunday—Stereoptlcon service.
Subject, “The Story of Esther” (12
slides). Illustrated songs, “Rock of
Ages" (16 slides —dissolving)
PHONE HOURS, 5-9 m
BLUE 2865 7-8 >. ■.
C. Durham
Campbell, A. B.
(University of Colo.)
Teacher of Spanish and French
Elementary Mathematic*, Phytic*
Chemistry and English
High school students coached
for make-up work. Terms
reasonable.
Studio, 2436 Emerson St.
MRS. CHARLCY BARNES, Prop.
Phone Champa 2833
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND FOR DETERMINATION
OF HEIRSHIP.
No. 15084.
In the matter of the Estate of Ellen
Johnson, deceased.
Notce is hereby given that on Mon
day, the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1913,
being one of the regular days of the
May term of the County court of the
City and County of Denver, in the
State of Colorado, I, Louise Burns,
administratrix of said estate, will ap
pear before said court, present my
final report and settlement as such
administratrix of said estate, pray
the approval of the same, and shall
apply to be discharged as such ad
ministratrix, at which time and place
any person in interest may appear
and present objections to the same,
if any there be.
Notice is also hereby given that
Louise Burns, said administratrix of
said estate, has filed her duly veri
fied petition alleging that she is an
heir at law of said deceased and that
there are no other heirs at law of
said deceased known to said petition
er. Accordingly, on said date herein
before mentioned, or at any date to
which such hearing may then be con
tinued, the Bald court will proceed to
ascertain and determine who are
heirs of said deceased and as such
entitled to inherit any lands, tene
ments, hereditaments or other real
or personal property constituting all
or a part of the estate of said de
ceased, and enter a decree accord-
I ingly, at which hearing all persons
' claiming to be heirs at law of said
deceased may appear and present
their proofs.
Dated at Denver, Colorado, May 2,
; 1913.
LOUISE BURNS,
I Administratrix of the Estate of
Ellen Johnson, Deceased.
W. B. TOWNSEND.
Attorney for Estate.
First publication May 3rd.
Second publication May 10th.
Third publication May 17th.
Fourth publication May 24th.
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
State of Colorado,
ss.
City and County of Denver,
No. 55444
Summons
In
Divorce.
Jeanette Dingman, Plaintiff,
vs.
I>on Dingman. Defendant.
The People of the State of Colorado,
To the Defendant above named,
GREETING:
You are hereby required to appear
in an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiff, in the Dis
trict Court of the City and County of
Denver, 8tate of Colorado, and answer
the complaint therein within twenty
days after the service hereof. If you
are servod within thii County; If
served out of this County, or by pub
lication, within thirty days after serv
ice hereof exclusive of the day of serv
ice; or Judgment by default will be
taken against you according to the
prayer of the complaint.
If & copy of the complaint be not
Berved upon you herewith, or if serv
ice hereof bo-made out of the State of
Colorado, ten days additional time to
that above specified shall be allowed
for your appearance and answer in
said action.
This Is an action brought to obtain
divorce on the grounds of non-support.
Witness, my hand and Issued at my
office, In the City of Denver, this 28th
day of April, A. D. 1913.
GEORGE G. ROSS,
Plaintiffs Attorney.
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The “Poro” preparations used in con
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