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Soles Repairing Guaranteed USE? Done While and all You Waif Work DoneflSk " Wo * it,. Hb. m' Guaranteed by Latest A . atthemost Improved Reasonable Machinery Prices Work Called for and Delivered Phone Champa 1635 > 2203 Welton Street B. FINE, Prop. 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, 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' mom main 135 s 2615 Larimer Up-town Office 1849 Champa I ALL ABOARD [ FOR THE BIG PICNIC and Egg' Hunt Zion Baptist Sunday School Dome Rock Biggest and most enjoyable out- *- ing in the history of the School “Gome with us and we will do thee good” Something doing all the time —Base Ball Foot Races — Tight Skirt Race (its funny)—Sack Race—Croquet— Horse Shoe Throwing—Shooting Galleiy, etc. Many Prizes for Various Contestants ALL AMUSEMENTS FREE Train Leaves Union Station at 8:15 a. m. Round Trip $1.25 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 Subscribe for and Read The DENVER STAR Church News SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE. REV. S. L. DBAS, Pastor. Preaching each Sunday at 11:00 and 8:00 p. m. Sunday school at 12:30, Epworth League 6:SO p. m. Teachers’ meeting each Tuesday 8 P m. Prayer and class meeting each Wednesday 8 p. m. x All are invited to attend. Visitors are welcome. CHURCH OF THE HOLY REDEEMER, Twenty-second Ave. and Humboldt St. The Rev. Henry B. Brown. B. D., Vicar. 7:00 a. m.—Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—Choral Celebration of the Holy Eucharist with sermon. Sub ject: "Christ the Rock.” 5:00 p. m.—Choral Vespers. Friday, 8:00 p. m„ Litany. See ad. about annual picnic. The Women’s Guild will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. NOTES OF THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. The pulpit will be occupied Sunday morning by Prof. Charles Alexander of Boston, Mass. Mr. Alexander's sub ject is "The Making of a Good Name.” It is certain that the message will be interesting and helpful to all. A pol ished speaker, a pleasing personality and a man of great learning. Prof. Alexander should be heard by our ntire congregation. On Monday evening Prof. Alexander will deliver his famous lecture, ' An Evening with Dunbar.” No “over of his race can afford to miss this in lellectual treat. After spending an evening with Dunbar,” through Mr. Alexander’s remarkable insight into the poet's personality and work, Dun bar takes rank as one of the world's great masters of rhyme. The stereopticon service Sunday evening should prove, in many Ways, one of the most inspiring of the se ries. The subject is "Gethsemane and Calvary." There will be 24 views given, illustrating Christ's agony in Gethsemane and His death on the cross. Mrs. Lillie B. Moore will sing Jerusalem and the choir will - sing Calvary. Each of these wonderfully touching songs”will be illustrated by 12 stereopticon views. Our Sunday school picnic will leave the Union depot at 8:30 Thursday morning for a day's outing at Dome Rock. Those who have ever visited this delightful resort in the hc.rt of the Rockies will join us without fall. During the week of August 1' th to 15th, Dr. S. N. Vasa, Bible ' icher for the American Baptist Society; will hold an institute at the church After noon and evening lessons will be given, free to the public. Dr. A s has a reputation in this line covning 20 years. Every member of out Chris tian community should be ino tested n these meetings. CAMPBELL CHAPEL, A. M. E. CHURCH. Corner Twenty-third and Lav/ranee Streets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray, D. D., Pastor. Bishop H. Blanton Parks, IJ. D., of Chicago, will preach tomorrow even ing at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Bishop I'arks is accompanying the Bishop and will worship with us at this hour The public Is invjted to be present The pastor will deliver the morn ing discourse. Miss Lula Lewis was added 'o the membership Sunday morning. Mrs. Geo. Fleming is on the sick list and is being looked after y the church. The Sewing-Circle met at the par sonage this week and was em-rtain ed by the pastor. To date there have been no fatalities as a consequence f his cooking. The steward rally is on for Sunday, August 10th. The board is gong to give a round trip ticket to Colorado Springs and Manitou to the one rais ing the highest amount over SIO.OO. Every dollar of floating debt against this church, some of which dated hack eight years, has been paid, all back interest on our mortgage to date and in advance to January, 1914. And now in return for the hard and incessant labors of the pastor the church has united In the August rally to show its appreciation. The excursion to Tolland was a grand success in every way. The train consisted of t six cars, ail of which were well filled with a Jolly set of Denver's best citizens. From the time the train left the Moffat sta tion until it returned there was bne unbroken reign of pleasure and in spiration. The committee desires to thank all who assisted in any way in making the effort a success. Come early Sunday evening if you want a seat to hear Bishop Parks. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH.- Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, 3012 Marlon St. Sunday School lesson: Moses Called To Deliver Israel.” Exod. 3: 1-4:20. Morning sermon. "Source of True Liberty.” 2 Cor. 3. Evening sermon. “Punishment for Ssbbath-Breakers." Num. 15:32-41. 8.. Y. P. U. topic. Favorite verses. 111. In the Prophetical Books. Hoses 14:1-10. J. Mason, president; time, 7 p.' n. The Sunday School enjoyed a grand review by Prof. J. I. Moore, of Mar shall, Texaa, last Sunday. Prof. Moore and father are here on a vaca tion. Teachers’ meeting every Tuesday night, W. A. Moore, Superintendent. Mrs. Kelly will soon leave for Mis souri on a vacation and will visit her brother. — The Progressive Club is moving along grandly. Watch the president, Mr. Franklin. The captains are lining up their forces for the October rally. The Women’s Missionary Society met with Sister Lotty Dickerson last Friday evening and the meeting was a very pleasant one. Mrs. Tiimblin is much better at this meeting. Mr.-J. Jackson and others have left for the Springs to attend the grand session of U. B. F„ which convenes this week. The Hod Carriers' Union was very well attended on last Sunday, Rev. Bray and others being present and officiating. Don't fail to attend the Von Dicker sohn testimonial at Shorter Chapel, July 31. Admission 25c. SHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third Sts. Rev. Robert L. Pope, Pastor. The order of service at Shorter to morrow will be as follows: 9:45 a. m.—Sunday School. Lesson: •'Moses Called To Deliver Israel." Ex. 3:4-20. 11:00 a. m.—Bishop H. B. Parks, D. D., Presiding Bishop of the Fifth Episcopal District, with headquarters in Chicago, will occupy the pulpit. G:4o p. m.—Allen Christian En deavor League. Topic: .Favorite Verses. III. In the Prophetical Books. Hos. 14:1-9. 8:00 p. m.—Prof. Chas. Alexander of Boston, Mass., will deliver his great address on Frederick Douglas. Special music by the choir. Brother H. C. Ellison, who came to Denver some four months ago for cli matic reasons, and who identified himself with Shorter during his stay in our midst, departed this life In great peace on the morning of July 12th. His remains were shipped to Memphis, Tenn., his home, tbenceato Rome, Ga., for burial. His career was a flattering illustration of the Negro's possibilities in the business world, even in the teeth of race prejudice. Our prayers and sympathy go with Mrs. Ellison and H. C., Jr. Brother Lee Thomas, 4124 East Seventeenth avenue, who has been In poor health for a number of months, closed his earthly career Sunday morning. July 13th. The funeral ar rangements had not been announced at the time of writing. Shorter's Sunday School Picnic. Thursday, August Tth. The People*’ Presbyterian 23rd Ave. and Washington St SERMON TOPICS. Sunday, July 20 1913 11 a. m. —“An Old Testament Rebel.” 5:30 p. m. —“Dying in His Own Sin.” The members are hereby reminded of the special offertory tomorrow of $3 per capita to meet an emergency to the Board of Church Erection. Every one is requested to meet this obligation at this time. Miss Alice Morgan, an active mem ber of the church, a live wire of the Westminster Guild, died at the hos pital after being an inmate for a week. In the presence of a few friends the end came. The deceased* was fully conscious of the approach of death and manifested her hidden life in Christ in expressing her will ingness to die In the faith. The ob sequies were observed at Lawhorn’s funeral establishment by her pastor, in the presence of her mother, mem bers of the church and friends. The remains were shipped to Topeka, Kane., for burial. “Death lies on her, like an untimely frost Upon the sweetest flower of all the field.” ESTATE OF WEALTHY WOMAN Individuals and Race Institutions Bene fit by Wiil of Ellen Collins. Under tlie will of tfie late Ellen Col lins of New York the following per sons and institutions are beneficiaries: Dr. and Mrs. Booker T. Washington. $5,000 each; one-ludf of the residuary estate, amounting to $14,020. was left to the Snow Hill Normal and Industrial Institute For Colored People, Bnow Bill, Ala., and $4,000 apiece to the president of the Institute, William Ed wards, and his wife, Snsle Edwards. Other charitable bequests Included $5,000 to the New York Colored mis sion, $24,020 to the New York Meeting of the Religions Society of “'Friends, $1,500 to the Seamen’s Friend society. $1,000 nplece to the Lincoln hospital and home, the New York Bible society and the Peace league of New York and $5,000 to Lebanon hospital (depart ment for the Insane) at. Beirut, Syria. The estate was recently appraised at sons on RELIGIOUS WORKERS MEET. Largest New Eagland Bady IMa Fine Sssalen In Waahingtan. Washington.—At the twentieth an nual meeting of the New England Bap tist Sunday school and Baptist Young People’s convention, which was held In the Cosmopolitan Baptist church In thia city the week ending June 14, N. Barnett Dodson was unanimously re elected president for the sixth consecu tive year. The jurisdiction of the con vention extends throughout the north ern and New England states. Including the District of Columbia. Mr. Dodson's home Is In Brooklyn, N. Y. Six states were represented by a large number of delegates, and others sent letters and money as their share of representation. The sessions Were largely attended, and the reports were of the most encouraging nature both in finance and membership. The address of welcome was dellverwl by Mrs. Elis abeth King and responded to by the Rev. W. N. Norton of Bridgeport, Conn Mr. Chapman Walker of the Cosmo politan Baptist church aiso made the delegates and visitors welcome In a very finely worded addresa. Twenty-five persons took part In the discussion "Does Social Service Help or Hinder the Spiritual Growth of the Sunday School?" The subject was ably outlined by Dr. Andrew L. Jack son. The president's annual address was timely. It dealt with the early history of the convention, its achieve ments and futurepoaslbiltties. The treasurer’s annual report show ed a balance of sll4. The report of the finance committee added to the treasurer's report brought the amount on band up to more than S2OO. The round table conference was presided over by Mr. W. H. Taylor, with Mrs. S. A. Harris leading the topics on the problems of the Sunday school. The other officers who were elected are the following: Vice president. Wes ley Norman: second vice president. Mrs. L. B. Minor; recording secretary. Miss R. G. Randolph; corresponding secretary. Miss Willie D. Moss; auditor. Rev. Dr. W. O- Harris; treasurer. Dr. A. Clayton PowelL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY. Significant Remark* of Hon. Adolph C. Miller—Many Dogrooa Conferred. Washington.—The forty fourth annu al commencement season at Howard university was marked by events of Importance In the college world and of special significance to the more than 10,000,000 colored Americana who re gard Howard as their leading Institu tion for higher learning. The event of greatest moment Is al ways the commencement when degrees are conferred and honors announced One hundred and forty candidate* re celved degrees. They marched from the main building nround the walk In front of the Carnegie library, beaded by the president trustees, members of the faculty and nlumnl. arranged according to the year* of tlielr grndn ation as far back ns 1875. to the stage erected on the campus for these exer Claes The speech of the occasion, owing to the enforced absence of Hon. Frank lln K. Lane, secretary of the Interior was made by Assistant Secretary ol the Interior non. Adolph C. Miller > Mr. Miller Is n university man and one who appreciates university duties, ac tivltles and responsibilities. It was for him an extraordinary oc casion, for be. until his visit was scarcely acquainted with the work Howard university Is doing, ne snld that be was especially glad to be at Howard, fqr whnt he saw assured him that Howard university was a real university, doing real university work His remarks, though short, showed n grasp of educational problems and theory. He had not spoken long lie fore It wns known that he was out of sympathy with any theory of educa tlon that did not prepare the Individ uni for life. That Is the point of view of nil the leading educational think ers of the present A most significant remark of Mr Miller’s was that Howard university came under the part of the work of the department of the Interior which had been assigned to him and that the sights of June 4 bad established a bond of sympathy between him and the school. The degrees were conferred by Pres ident Newman upon 140 candidates, distributed as follows: The college of aria and sciences. 84: the teachers’ col lege. 24; the school of theology. 7: the medical college. 21; the dental college. 21; the pharmaceutical college, 0; the school of law, 24. President Newman has brought to the university a spirit of scholarly at tainment, and the work of the school In future years will be greatly advanc ed under his wise administration. Stats Federation of Wemen’e Clubs. The Empire State Federation of Women's Clubs will bold its next an nual meeting in Buffalo the first week In July. The officers are Mrs. Mnry B. Talbert, president; Mrs. Susie Wllker son, vice president; Mrs M. J. Stew art, secretary; Mrs. 0. Dell, treasurer; Miss Elisabeth Mlckens, financial sec retary; Mrs. Mary O. Lawton, organ izer, and Mrs. C. A. Bell, chairman of the executive committee. _ Harvard Honors Booker T. Washington By Invitation of the Harvard union Dr. Booker T. Washington will be one sf the lecturers next year at Harvard university. This Is a rare distinction, and It Is not doubted that the eminent rnskegeean will give a good acoouat sf himself. '• % HRS. A: H. POPE-TORHBO f raorairim “Poro" College 3100 Plm St. St Login, Mo. TTIE “PORO" SYSTEM of Scalp and Hair treatment ia baaed on the lat ent scientific and sanitary methods, « effecting a healthy scalp thus promot ing a growth oTbeantiful 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 L alone, know the secret of the com position that bears that name. Our claim has always been that when the hair begins to grow as the result of the use of “PORO,” it will continue to do so if only theacalp and hair be kept dean. This san itary method of 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 innocent persons coming in contact with them. For treatment, call on or address; MRS. R. H. LEE 1151 High St. Kata Mu* »5 Denver AGENT FOR “PORO" Phone Main ««**.' DR. JUBTINA L. FORD OFFICE HOURS; * U la 12 a. m„ Its 4 p. m,7u • p.m. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. 2336 Arapahoe Street. Denver. Mow Ysrk Wheel Chaks far Sale ar lasi WIM. JONES ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES TrsMts, Braces, Ahfawfail Sspgerts Elastic Hosiery, Cratches. Etc. Pfcoao ISaiß 770E •M 14th St. DENVER. COLS THE IDE AL CONCERT AND DANCE ORCHESTRA Rasims Manaitr. ELTON S. STARKS 1939 Arapatoa Strict FHONC MAIN TS23 Secratary, MISS DOROTHY A DeNEAI 1154 Broadway PHONE CMAMPAI24TO The Welton Street j Furniture Company F. B. UNDENRIU, hep. 2621 Welton Street All kinds of Repair Work neatly done. Kefinishing a specialty. New and Second- Hand rurnitare bought and sold Annual Mooting of Msdioal Association. Tbo annunl meeting <if ihe Xml Medical asanctntlon will In* held in Nashville. Tenn., In August. The or ganisation is Increasing Ul*meml>endiljv very rapidly, due at the present iltr largely to the host of yuuog men grad nates from the curious medlcnl schools throughout the country. The commit tee In rhnrge of nrmngemcnts for en tertaining the delegates nnd visitor* Is bard at work, and the Indications are that the attendance ut the coming Ses sion will be .gulte large. Dr. C. V. Ro man. editor of the National Medical Journal, la creating much favorable sentiment for tbs masting through the Journal. • / Now Industrial Training gohoel. Pebusyltanlu baa granted a charter fat tlie InrorjHirsdon of the lease Ran dall Industrial Training School of Afro- America ns. Tbs Institution will bo located In gntlsbary township, Lan caster county. The purpose of the school le to giro th* colored boys and girl* a fair opportunity along indus trial lines. The movement M backed.,* by wealthy whit* MpftaMsto. M. R. ” Mm bands tie Hat of innnoralmg.