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THE RIGHT REV. H. BLANTON PARKS, D. D.
Presiding Bishop of the Fifth Episcopal District, A. M. E. Church, Residing in Chicago, Ills. The Bishop is expected to arrive in the city from the East this morning and will be the guest of the ministers of the Rocky Mountain district. During the months of July and August he will make his Episcopal Itinerary of the Colorado Annual Conference. Thence, he will proceed to Great Falls, Mont., where he will hold the Puget Sound Annual Confer ence. lie will preach at Shorter Chapel to-morrow morning and at Campbell Chapel to-morrow evening. WHY NOT BE COOL AND COMFORTABLE AT Zion Church Each Sunday Evening DURING THE HOT WEATHER Sermons in Pictures by Means of ! the Stereopticon SUBJECT TOMORROW NIGHT “The Story of Daniel” ILLUSTRATED SONGS “Hold the Fort” “The Lower Lights” % Ten Beautiful Views will be Used with Illustrated Songs EVERYBODY WELCOME J Business Phone Residence Phone Main 875-895 1 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Mgr. SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR STAND AT ATLAS DRUG STORE, 2701 WELTON ST. !i | tirst Treatment $1.50 Oil 60 Cents Other Treaynents, eaoh, fi.oo Discount to Customer Rates by the Month Treated, 10 Cents Add 3 Cents fcr Postage MADAM M. A. HOLLY Manufacturer of MADAM HOLLY’S WONDERFUL HAIR GROWER Phone YorK 2229 2018 Downing St. A - I Everybody Goes to tbe CHAMPA PHARMACY 2otb and Champa Sts. For the Best Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Etc. ; COLD DRINKS SERVED Prescriptions Our Specialty < Phone Main 2425 JAS. E. THRALL, Prop. GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THS CITY | GET OUR PRICES 1 ON JOB PRINTING: CITY NEWS Literary Entertainment and Social Given by the Ushers’ Club of Shorter Chapel, A. M. E Church, at the CHURCH AUDITORIUM 23rd and Washington Sts. Thursday Evening, July 17, 191 3 Program Begins at 8 O’clock, Sharp J. P. ERKINS, President K. G. JOHNSON. Chairman •pnittramme 1 Selection ..... Choir 2 Invocation . ■ . . . R ev . Pope 3 Solo ; Rev. Wiseman 4 Piano Solo (Volcano) by Gordan . Miss Beatrice Thrashley 5 Paper . . . . Mrs. Pearl Johnson 6 Solo (My Sweet Repose) by Shubert . Mrs. Lillian Jones 7 Piano Solo . . . I Miss Lela Rice 8 Reading . . . Miss Elsie Von Diclcershon 9 Solo (Sunbeam) . . . Miss Edith Millen 10 Piano Solo . . Miss Beatrice Thrashley I I Solo (Queen of the Earth) by Pensutto . Rev. Wiseman 12 Dunbar ... . Mrs. Sadie Lytton 13 Solo (Beduoin Love Song) by Pinsute Mrs. Lillian Jones Youse Sweet to Your Mamy Just the Same (by request i 14 Selection ..... Choir / REFRESHMENTS I The Holmes Cafe, 2121 Arapahoe 1 street, is just the place for a good j home cooked meal. Call up Olive 1117 'any time for a specially prepared meal ; served in public or private. Prices reasonable and. service unexcelled. Sunday Dinner a Specialty. MRS. L. P. HOLMES, Proprietor. Miss Prances Russ entertained a lawn party Sunday afternoon In honor ; of Miss Hattie Ferguson of Houston, Texas, and Miss Nellie Beckwith of ! Colorado Springs. Miss Fe'lfWßon is a student of Fisk Universif and will ! resume her studies in September. ' Miss Frances is a charming young ! hostess and those that enjoyed the afternoon were Misses Azalia Edison. Cornelia Atkinson, Adah Miller, Rose Hooper, Edna Freeman, Mary Gil* : more, Mrs. Smlthea, Hand* tt Russ and Master Charley Smith* a and Mr. H. Miller of Weeping \V. • r. Neb.; ! T. Newman, C. Burns, W. Hamlet, E. George C. Matthews. Tureman Russ. Mr. and Mrs. E. Halloway enter tained Tuesday at dinner for Mrs. » Rodney Lamb of Chicago and Mrs. S. i Irving Norris of Ogden. I iah. Be ; sides the guests of honor were Mrs. J. Haskins, Miss H. Logan and the ! charming hostess' Ernest, Jr. GOOD NEWS ! The Mason’s next big PICNIC at Bloomfild Park, Wednesday, July 16th, 1913. ADMISSION 25c. Rev. S. L. Deas, pastor of Scott M. E. Church, has inaugurated a new financial system In the church and though only here scarcely iess than two months he has paid $202 on the 'debt of the church. He plans paying jat least SI,OOO this year. Everybody is singing the praises of the Reverend. Mrs. Hazel Miller and Miss Mar guerite Fuller of Fort Smith. Ark., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Webster of 26th street.. Mrs. Miller is the daughter of Mrs. Webster and is well know'll in Denver. The Crescent Airdonn- at Five Points is proving a great attraction to amusement lovers these hot even ings, judging by the crowds that throng this popular resort nightly. Good pictures and good music are every night features, while singers and vaudeville several times each week anu additional feature pictures have given the Crescent the well-de served reputation of giving the best nickel show in Denver. Try this open air show and be convinced. Alpha Kappa gave a hayrack and dance July 4th at the residence of Clarence F. Holmes, Jr. About thirty young people participated in the out ing and declared that it was the most agreeable evening which they had ever spent. The party was chaper oned by Dr. T. E. McClain and C. F. Holmes, Sr. After the ride-refresh ments and dancing closed the even ing. The Young Bachelors have a Sun day Summer Special Sunday after noon at the Starn's Cafe. Spend a penny on your friend. When they come to visit, or when they leave, when they are sick, or when they have done something worthy of note» put it on a postal card and mail it to ua. Ladies! Ladies!! Remember Mrs. D. L. Jones’ hair shop at 2748 Welton, phone Main 2560. —Adv. ANNOUNCEMENT. ! Be sure to attend the entertainment given by the Uahers’ Club at Shorter Chapel A. M. E. Thursday evening, 1 July 17th. Mrs. Robt. Roy returned home from an extensive trip to Vancouver, B. C., en route this way, visited Victoria. B. ; C.. Seattle. Portland, Salt Lake City and Ogden. , UNSIGHTLY FACE SPOTS 1 Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema ; Ointment, which heals ail skin erup | tions. No matter how long you have been troubled by Itching, burning, or I scaly skin humors. Just put a little of that soothing antiseptic. Dr. Hobson's , Eczema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and recommend it. Mr. Allemau, of l.lttletoun. Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead: Dr. Hobson's Eczema cured it In two weeks." Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. All druggists, or ; by mail. Price :,tic. Pfeiffer chemi cal Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. Mrs. O. s. Titos. Lewis, wife of Rev. O. S. Thos. Lewis of St. Mary's Epis copal church, Pueblo, sai up to spend the Fourth with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ft. j. Hudson. She will return Saturday. ANNOUNCEMENT. Be sure to attend the entertainment given by the Ushers' club at Shorter Chapel A. M. E. Thursday evening, July 17th. ■ Mrs. Estelle Sharp and her niece. Miss Eunice Diemer of Leavenworth Kans.. are In the city visiting their many friends. They are stopping at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Don Reeves, 2521 Clarkson street, and will sojourn. In the city for about two months. Miss Diemer Is one of Leav enworth's popular teachers and is an accomplished vocalist. Mrs. Sharp Is one or the prominent matrons of Leav enworth and a leading worker In the clubs and churches of her city. Prof. Lindsy, colored Trance Medium and Spiritualist, tells the present, past and future. Locates anything lost. 50c and SI.OO. 2444 Glenarm St. Mrs. Hill returned last. Sunday from Manltou Springs, where she staid one week with Mr. Hill, who is now work ing in Menitoti Springs. Furnlpued rooms for rent In modern house. Phone Main 4109. 2350 Tre mont place. Mrs. E. H. Jones. 5-31-13—Adv. Harrison Miller Teacher in Voice, History and Harmony Voice a Specialty Aleo Beginner* in Instrumental STUDIO, 2439 Ogden wow YORK sate far lafarmatlaa • - * PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT THE DOUGLASsfIffiB UNDERTAKING J. I. CONTEE mUPANV CmSKmIS PnsMtit tad Miapr UUImfINT Mlwpr.FmiaMi IiCENSEI EWALMtR Vlfcftlfe LADY ASSISTANT ROGERS MUTE SEMKC Ami. Funeral Director F^niahed*o*r n Aifoc r aa>*ons Parlor® 1830 Arapahoe St/ The White Swan Drug Company Successors to The Hamilton Drug Company New Baxter Hotel 27th and Welton St. The Brightest Spot at Five Points j Everything the Best and Just a Little Cheaper The Fastest Delivery Service In the City [ , A °y Tin * Main 2305—Get It? Anywhere i am-- . v '■ .'ii. ——i a The Colored American Loan & Realty Co. I CAME TO INSURE Your Property, Yow Life and Year Household A* Care Fee Your Property, Rent Yee e House, Place Your Money Where Yea eee /uMfif 1 4 per cent—All the Beaks Pay A ...i.MTkv MMUMa. Rales are O. IC, Phone Main 8884. No. 013 Twenty-first Street. A A WALLER. Notary Public and Manages. » Re.. Phone York 1472 Office Phone Champa 243 “A Smile is Worth While” at Rice & Rice’s The beat Ice Cream sold in any quantity. Special reduction made in large quantities to lodges, par- » ties, churches, picnics, entertainments, etc. Prompt delivery. Home cooking and delicatessen also. ICE CREAM $1.25 PER GAL. 2632-4 Wehoa Street LADIES! BE PREPARED to attend the many receptions this summer. Get your cards while we are making the Special Rate of 50 Cards for 35 cts; 100 for 65 cts. -iHrs. 3jnsrph Harter •OO MAIN ST. DINVSn. COLO. SAMPLE " LINEN STOCK, LATEST TYPE QUICK SERVICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Phone Champa 2310 The Montreal Lunch Roqpn E. WILLIAMS, Prop. 5, lO and 15 Cant Maals 1916 Arapahoe St Denver, Colo^ The Best Place in the City to Get a Homs-Cooked Mai! is at the Holmes Cafe ===3== ' >) MRS. L. P. HOLMES. Propriety. Phona, eßl> HIT,, |»1 ARAPHOE STREtfy