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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. 500. 7;oo 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 J§fD Done While and all Jpg® You Wait Work Donefc. M Work , 1 v I Wm' smc Guaranteed by Latest Ufllsrx * IL * at the most Improved Reasonable Machinery Prices Work Called for and Delivered Phone Champa 1635 2203 Welton Street B. FINE, Prop. t Fire Proof Steam Heat 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 Traveling and Theatrical People 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 1549 Champa WHY NOT BE COOL AND COMFORTABLE AT Zion Church Each Sunday Evening DURING THE HOT WEATHER. Sermons in Pictures by Means of the Stereopticon : f;, r 7 SUBJECT TOMORROW NIGHT “The Good Shepherd” Song, “Tne Ninety and Nine” Ten Beautiful Views will be Used with Illustrated Songs EVERYBODY WELCOME 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 News NOTES OF THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. The sixth annual convention of Colorado Baptists met this week in Colorado Springs, where Rev. Over and a number of Zion’s workers en joyed the sessions. A splendid audience was present at Zion last Sunday morning and enjoyed the sermon of the pastor from the subject, ‘ The Food, Growth and Activ ities of Spiritual Manhood.” Mr. Allan Lewis and Mrs. Nancy Patrick were married at the home of Mrs. Lillie M. More last Wednesday evening by the pastor. Only a few friends were present. Mr. Jonas Cooper and Miss Pearl Thrashley were united in matrimony at the home of the bride’s mother, Wednesday evening. A large party of friends witnessed the elaborate cere mony. Rev. Over officiated. The stereopticon sermons on Sun day evenings are meeting the favor of the congregation and friends. The subject for Sunday evening is, The Good Shepherd.” Ten beautiful views will illustrate the lecture. Sank* y's sweet song. "The Ninety and Nine.” 1 will be illustrated by ten slides also. The service will be more than helpful. CAMPBELL CHAPEL, A. M. E. CHURCH. Corner Twenty-third and Lawrence Streets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray, D. D., Pastor. Sabbath services as follows: 9:45 —Sabbath school, Miss Ethel Fitchue, Supt. 11:00 a. m. — Preaching by the pas tor. 12:45 —Class meeting. G:45 —Allen League, Mr. D. D. How ard, Pres. 7:45 —Preaching by the pastor. Last Sunday was the best quarterly meeting this year by far. The attend ance was large and the collections nearly doubled any previous quarter. Rev. A. M. Ward, Presiding Elder: Rev. S. L. Deas of Scott Chapel M. E. church, and Rev. A. Way man "Ward, recently returned from Wilberforce where he is preparing himself for the ministry, all preached able and inspir ing sermons. It was indeed a day of great rejoicing. Mrs. Marguerite Gardiner of Brown Chapel A. M. E. church, Selma, Ala., was added to the membership. Standing room was at a premium at the wedding Thursday evening. The entire affair was such as to place Campbell under lasting obligatflns to all the participants. Mrs. Blackwell is a good church worker. Entertainments next week for the benefit of the rally as follows: Tues day evening a grand musical Club No. 9. Mrs. Alberta Kirtley, Captain; Thursday evening. Baby content and drama by Club No. 11, Mrs L. O. Tucker and M. N. Bray. Captains. Remember the Grand Rally Sunday, June 29th. Campbell will unite with Shorter next Sunday in the rally at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Sarah Caldwell, an aged mem ber of the church, died last Saturday and will be buried Monday at - p. m. The delegates to the State I'edera tion from Pueblo were guests at the parsonage Munday. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. Services for Sunday: 9:45 —Sunday School lesson: “The Blinding Effect of Sin.” (Temp ranee lesson), Scriyture, Amos 6:1-8. 11 a. m.—Preaching by the pastor. 7p. m.—B. Y. P. U. Topic, “Ene mies of the Church in the American City.” Scripture, Acts 19:24-34 Dan iel Rease, leader. Bro. L. J. Jones has been re-elected President of the B. Y. P. U. and we are looking forward to great advance ment. in this part of the church work. The feast in the wilderness will be the closing social event before t.he rally. All members are requested to pay their pledges to their captains be fore the rally. Are you going to Toland on the 14th of July with Campbell and Bethle hem? Strangers are cordially invited to attend all services.—Rev. A. E. Rey nolds, Pastor. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, 3012 Marion St. Sunday School lpsson: "Blinding Effects of Sin.” Amos C: 1 -S. B. Y. P. It. lesson: “Enemies of the Church in the American City." Acts 19:24-34. Mr. Hanley passed over the Great Beyond at the County Hospital Mon day morning, June 16th. The Baby Rally was attended Tues day night. Remember the Eagles’ Nest Play June 26th, given by Mrs. Hattie Hick man. Place, Central Church. The Sunday School elected Miss Grace Hall as delegate to the Great Western Sunday School convention, to be held with the Saint John Baptist Church, June 18 to 20. Echo meeting Sunday night. Mrs. Tumblin is still on the sick list. The Children’s Day program was grand, Sunday. Mr. J. Hardy, Mrs. J. Jackson and Mrs. J. Hardy deserve great praise for arranging the pro gram for Children’s Day. SHORTER CHAPEL. , Rev. R. L. Pope, Pastor, * 22023rd 8L The following order of services will be observed at Shorter Chapel tomor row: 10:00 a. m.—Sunday School. Les son: “The Blinding Effect of Sin." Amos 6:1-7. (Temperance lesson). 31:00 a. m. —Sermon: “Ne\y Sense of Values,” by the Pastor. 3:00 p. m.—Special rally service in which Campbell Chapel, Zion Baptist. Central Baptist and Bethlehem Bap tust churches are invited to affiliate. Rev. David E. Over will deliver the sermon and Zion Baptist choir will give the music. Revs. Bray, Price and Reynolds will be present to assist in the.rally. 0:45 p. m. —Allen Christian Endeav or League. Topic: “Mission Work at Home and Abroad.” VI. Missionary Tours, Acts 15:35-41; 16:1-5. 8:00 p. m. —Sermon by Rev. A. Way man Ward, recently returned from Wilberfore University. Rev. J. C. Bell of Booneville, Mo., preached quite an enthusiastic sermon at Shorter last Sabbath morning. At its close Brother G. R. White, an old citizen of Denver, came forward and was received into the church, he hav ing professed a saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Sister Ida Adams of 2528 Franklin and Brother David B. Stewart of 2522 Glenarm Place peacefully closed tlielr earthly career Monday morning, June 1*;, and were laid to rest with appro priate services Wednesday. Rev. j Ward and the pastor officiated, re spectively. The Sunday School rendered a very interesting Children's Day program Sunday afternoon, Mrs. O. W. Glenn being in charge. We are glad to welcome back into our fellowship Sister Matilda White sell, who has been on an extended trip visiting points in Michigan. Mr. Roy C. Brown, Mrs. Mamie Har ris and Miss Louise Harris were elect ed to represent Shorter’s Allen League at the International C. E. con vention to be held next month In Los Angeles, Cal. Sunday being rally day at Shorter, it is expected that our membership will exhibit such a spirit of liberality as is commensurate our present de mand. Le us all pull and pull to gether. Be sure to attend the Gold and Sil ver entertainment at Shorter Thurs day evening, June 26th. Benefit of Rally.—Adv. The Peoples’ Presbyterian 23rd Ave. and Washington St SERMON TOPICS. Sunday, June 22, 1913 11 a. m. —“What is Thy Occu pation?" , 5:30 p. m. — “Light at Even tide." The pastor will gpiak at both serv- » ices tomorrow. Both minister and congregation are under much obliga tions* to Drs. Campbell and Smith for • the inspiring discourses delivered dur ing the fortnight past. Last Sabbath the entire membership was transport ed to the mountain top by the sermon of the speaker. The sermon is bound to make a lasting impression. The pastor’s instruction class will meet next Wednesday night at !' , o’clock befOTe the session for examina tion of th< ir faith in Christ, etc. The j confirmation services will take place the last Sabbath of the month at 5:30 p. m. All persons interested are urged , to be present at this meeting. At the close of the morning services last Sabbath * the Sabbath School i scholars, as well as both divisions of the choir, were tendered an Informal reception in the chapel by the officers , and teachers of the school. Mrs. Nel lie Lander is to be commended for hefr contribution to the reception. All were pleased for the surprise. First Presbyterian Congregation in Richmond Observes Anniversary. The most notable event in religious circles in Richmond, Vo., for the first week in June was the celebration of the twenty-third anniversary of the First Presbyterian church. The his torlcal sermon was preached by the Rev. J. G. Harris of Petersburg, Va. Monday evening, June 2, was known as Presbyterian night. The sermon was delivered by Dr. Charles Stewart, pastor of the Church of the Covenant, Richmond. Tuesday evening was designated ns lnterdendm lnational night Wednesday night the exercises were In charge of the order of True Reformers. . 4 Thursday night the Baptist denomi nation conducted the program, and on Friday night Mrs. Maggie Walker was the principal speaker. The final exer cises were held on Monday evening, June 9, and were attended by an over flowing audience. Madam C. J* Walkar’a Philanthropy. Madam C. J. Walker of Indianapolis, Ind., recently returned from a busi ness trip south which covered nearly ten weeks. During her stay in Charles ton, S. C.; Savannah, Gn., and other important southern cities she received much social attention. Madam Walker Is a business woman of ripe experi ence. She Is greatly Interested In the young women of the race and never loses an opportunity to encourage them In their struggle to get an education or enter the business arena. Our peo ple .will not soon forget Madam Wal ker's gift of SI,OOO to the Indianapolis branch of the Young. Men’s Christian association about two years ago. She was a visitor to the Sunday school congress which closed its eighth an nual meeting in Muskogee, Ok la., on Tuesday, June 10. NOTES FROM CHEYENNE. Sergeant Vrooman of the Ninth Cavalry is visiting friends in the city. Sergeant Vrooman expects to leave on Tuesday for Boston to visit with relatives, after which he will join his regiment at Douglas, Ariz. Mrs. Edythe Brummell of Colorado Springs, who came up to attend the Federation, is still the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Smith. Mrs. Dorcas Watson of Pueblo de parted for her home on Monday morn ing. Mrs. Watson preached able sei irons at Allen's Chapel both morning and evening. Mrs. Goodall of Fort Collins was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ham ler during the Federation. She de parted for her home Monday. Rev. Taylor of Lawrence, Kans., who has been conducting meetings at the Second Baptist church, will leave for his home on Tuesday. The Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs of Colorado and Jurisdiction held one of the most pleasant conven tions in the city that has ever been held. The meeting was called to or der on Wednesday, June 11th, at 9 o’clock by the president, Mrs. Butler of Colorado Springs. The entire day was taken up in business. At $ o’clock in the evening the addresses of welcome were given by Mayor Gill on behalf of the citizens, on behalf of the state Chief Justice Beard, on behalf o the churches Rev. Washing ton, on behal of the colored citizens Mr. H. C. Jefferson, on behalf of the Ladies’ Searchlight Club Mrs. W. H. Redd. The response to the welcome addresses Mrs. Greer of Pueblo. The president. Mrs. E. B. Butler next de livered her annual address, which was well rendered and furnished much food for thought. The young ladies’ quartette, under the direction of Miss S. Kathryn This tle, made their first appearance. The young ladies in the quartette were Misses Eunice Ashford. Marie Smith. Lillian JefTerson and S. Kathrvn Thistle. Miss Lillian Jones rendered a beau tiful vocal solo, which was well re ceived. After the program a reception was held in the church parlors and every one enjoyed a pleasant hour. ■ On Thursday the most important event was the election of officers, which resulted as follows: President, Mrs. J. A. Baker, Chey enne. Wyo.; vice-president. Mrs. Dor cas Watson, Pueblo, Colo.: second vice-president, Mrs. Wm. Mayo. Salt Lake: recording secretary, Mrs. Clara Banks, Colorado Springs: correspond- I ing secretary. Miss Nelslne Howard. Denver: treasurer. Mrs. J. Cassells, I Denver: auditor, Mrs. De Marge De- I Weese. Cheyenne: state organizer. Mrs. Florence Cooper, Denver: chair | man Executive Board. Mrs. E. Goens. I Denver; chairman Program Commit tee, Mrs. M. L. Davis,' Colorado Springs: Ways and Means, Mrs. Win chester, I,a Junta; Historian. Mrs. M. O. Seymore. tColorado Springs. At K o'clock a well arranged pro gram was rendered. Devotions were lead by Rev. James Washington, Miss Heaulah Baker sang a beautiful vocal Mrs. Finney of Denver rend a well 1 written paper. The duet by Mes ! dames Obryant and Starks was also well received. Mention must be made of the well written paper of Mrs. Nelslne Howard of Denver. Miss Howard received mi ny compliments on her paper, and I by request of Mrs. Gibson Clark of tjic Women's Club of Cheyenne her i paper will he published in the C’hey | cnne papers and also be read in the various white clubs of the city. The ‘subject of her paper was, “Woman. (Who Art Thou?*/ The ten ladies of the Searchlight j Club received many compliments on the creditable way that they han 1 died the convention. Most of the delegates departed for j their various homes on Friday morn ing. all declaring Cheyenne and its people a most hospitable place, all expressing a desire to return again. Mrs. Wm. Mayo and daughter. Miss Wilma, departed for their home in Salt Lake on Sunday afternoon Mrs. Mayo was extensively entertained while in the city. Mrs. Ida Holly of Denver remained over until Sunday. Mrs. Holly was also the center of many social gath erings while attending the conven tion. Mrs. Wm. Christian of Akron, Colo., visited with her daughter. Mrs. W. C. Ashford, the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fonda Whorton are entertaining their mother, Mrs. Gib son of Boulder indefinitely. LEADVILLE NEWS. Mrs. Nina De Boyd, who has been visiting her uncle, Mr. A. J. Young, lenves soon for her home in Pueblo. The colored pupils represented in the recent Annual Exhibit of Lead ville schools were Misses Jennie Smith, Mary Davis, Hermolne Jones, and Masters Earl Cousins and Steph en Smith. Miss Hermolne L. Jones was among the graduates Friday night, having won fourth place in a class of twenty two. Miss Jones is the second colored graduate In the history of Leadville, and is one of Colorado’s own. She \*n\ea Monday morning to spend the shmmer in Denver. Mr. Louis Anderson and O. Evers leave soon for Denver. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jones enter tained Friday evening at cards and dancing, and many friends enjoyed ♦ heir hospitality. MRS. CHARLCY BARNES, Prop. Phone Champa 2833 THE ALHAMBRA CAFE Real Home Cooking Chili Every Day 2741 Welton Denver, Colo. « 4 IHHHj MRS. A: M. 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LEE 3151 High St. Plmm Ttik 7711 Denver AGENT FOR “PORO" Phone Mein 8*26. DR. JUBTINA L. FORD « OFFICE HOURS: 'll! to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. t 7 to 8 p. m. OFFICE AND RE3IDENCE, 2335 Arapahoe Street. Denver. 'VMttn Inar F. ■■r— of Now York Wheel Chain (or Sale m Real WM. JONES iua of tu uni or ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES Truiei, Braces, Abdomiaal ScpportT Elastic Hosiery, Crotches, Etc. Fhono Main 7702 ■oa 14th St. DEMVEH, COLS 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 RHONE CHAMPA 2470 The Welton Street Furniture Company F. R. LINDENMIER, P»a». 2621 Welton Street All kinds of Repair Work neatly done. Kefinishing a specialty. New and Second- Hand Furnitare bought and sold r Annual Meeting of Medicel Association. Tbe annual meeting of the Niiitoiuil Medical association will be held in Nashville, Tenn.. In August. The or ganisation Is Increasing in mombF'slup very rapidly, due at the present time largely to the host of young men grad uates from tbe various medical schools throughout tho country. The commit tee In charge of arrangements for en tertaining the delegates and visitors Is hard at work, and the Indications are that the attendance nt the coming ses sion will bo <|iiile large. Dr. C. V. Itie man. editor of tho National Medical Journal, Is creating much favorable seDtiment for tbe meeting through the Journal. New Industrial Training School. .Pennsylvania has grunted a charter for the incorporation of the Isaac Ran dall Industrial Training School of Afro-America As. - The Institution will 1 be located In Bollabury township. Lan caster county. The purpose of the • Shool Is to give tbe colored boys and rls a fair opportunity along Indus trial lines. Tbe movement Is backed by wealthy white capitalists. H. B. Best beads tbq list of Incorporators.