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BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. 3148 Lafayette. Phone Y 7647. REV. A. E. REYNOLDS. PASTOR. Sunday School. 9:45. Lesson sub ject, Elijah Taken Up to Heaven. 2 Kings 2:1-12. Preaching, 11 a. m. The Miscellaneous Club will hold their annual rally at 3 p. m. Paper by Mrs. L. M. Froraan. Sermon by Rev. R. L. Pope, pastor o£ Shorter's A. M. E. church, at 3 p. m. Come out and help this worthy club that has dune so much for the church. tl:30, B. Y. P. U. Topic, Be a Lead er! Be a Follower* 1. Samuel 14: 1-16; 18:1-4. On Sunday evening, 17th, Judge Stamper will speak for us. Don't fail to hear him. Our preaching services will begin at 7:45 instead of 8 p. m. A large crowd was present at the opening of the East Denver Literary Society last Friday night and a good program was had. The Literary will meet every Friday night. "A Noble Outcast” Tuesday night, Oct. 19th. THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, 24th Avenue and Ogden. David E. Over, D. D., Minleter. Telephones. York 6007, York 9377. Last Sunday’s services were attend ed by good congregations and quick ened by the presence of the Spirit. The pastor preached at each service. Three persons were added to the membership of the church. This has been the second week of special prayer meetings. re sults are already evident. Possibly these meetings will continue another week. Definite announcement will be made from the pulpit tomorrow. Sunday School Rally day will be held in connection with Church At tendance day on the first Sunday in November. We hope to join the forces to move the entire community on that day. Special programmes at each service. Attention is called to our Bible class work. The ladies' class meets on Thursday at 2:30. The men’s class comes together Tuesday nights. Everyone is welcome to take part in these studies. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Twenty-fourth and California Streets. Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, 3012 Marion Street. Sunday School lesson, Elijah Taken Up Into Heaven. Ps. 16:11. W. A. Moore. Supt. ~ B. Y. P. U. "Be a leader! Be a Follower!” I. Sam. 14:1-16; 18:1-4. Jas. Austin Jr., Pres. The B. Y. P. U. entertainment last Thursday night was very good. The B Y p U reports show $30.00 in the treasury, the best in the history of the B. Y. P. U. We highly commend the president and his corps of work ers. , , , The pumpkin party social. Noa. l, interest state missions. Sunday School program, ' Uncle Tom's Cabin,” tinder the auspices of the Sunday School, Nov. 11th. Place, Central Baptist church. Services were good last Sunday, with one accession. The executive board of the state meets at La Junta, Oct. 20th. Hie president of the Mission Circle is plant i z many good things. CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMES WASHINGTON, PABTOR. 2542 ARAPAHOE ST Sabbath services: Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. by Rev. I. ... Wallace. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Class meeting, 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. The Campbell Ushers' club will meet with Mrs. V. N. Wolfskill at 2302 Ogden Monday at 8 p. m. Every member is urged to be present. The following officers will be installed for the year: President, Mr. Stephen B. F. Lowe; vice-president, Mr. E. Pol lard; secretary, Mr. R. Stuart; assist ant secretary. Mrs. M. Hamilton; treasurer, Mrs. C. Watkins; chaplain, Mrs. L. Wolfskill; critic, Mr. D. D. Howard. Program Committee —Mrs. A. L. Washington, chairman; Mrs. N. Hill, Mrs. L. Stuart, Miss Ethel Fit chue, Mrs. B. Terry. The Woman's Mite Missionary So ciety will meet Thursday, Oct. 14, with Mrs. L. Henry. Devotional ex ercises, Mrs. Hattie Roscer. Busi ness. Vocal solo, Mrs. Gray. Mis sionary notes. Mrs. J. Pierson. Cur rent events, Mrs. Lexle A. Brooks. Address, Mrs. Mary E. Wade. Reci tation. Mrs. Marguerite Alexander. Paper, Mrs. Dora Derry. Household hints, Mrs. Josie Williams. Social hour, Mrs. B. Morrison, Mrs. Arnold. The president of the W. M. M. So ciety of Campbell A. M. E. church, Mrs. A. L. Washington, who was duly elected delegate to the sixth quadren nial convention of the Woman's Par ent Mite Missionary Society which meets in Detroit, Wlch., this month, will leave Monday, Oct. 11, en route to said city. She will stop over at different places to see friends and relatives. It is hoped Hhe will have a pleasant trip and return. Mr. and Mrs. Davenport were the pleasant guests of Mrs. A. L. Wash ington Monday, en route to Chicago. A dainty lunch was served. Last Sunday the pulpit was filled by Rev John Perkins. Service con ducted by Rev. S. B. F. Lowe. Rev. Perkins preached two able sermons. The choir with their charming voices did much credit to the services both morning and evening. The Sunday school, which is in good condition, was also favored by a short address by Rev. John Perkins, which was highly enjoyed by the little ones. Let us encourage the little folks. SHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third Sts. REV. ROST. L. POPE, B. D., PASTOR. Miss Mary G. Evans of Chicago, 111., the evangelist whom all Denver loves, will arrive in the city today and will fill the pulpit at Shorter tomorrow, both morning and evening. A great outpouring of the citizens of Denver is expected at both services and therefore comfortable seats can be assured those only who come early. On Monday evening Miss Evans will deliver her popular lecture, “A Trip to the Holy Land,” which is said to be one of the finest lectures of its kind before the American public. You have not heard Miss Evans at her best until you have heard this lecture. The admission will be 25 cents. Tick ets are now on sale. From present indications the forecast is that Shor ter’s auditorium will not be sufficient to accommodate the large number that will turn out on this occasion. It is predicted that not less than eight hundred people will hear this lecture. Our sick list this week includes Sis ters Effle Waldon, 1218 24th Ave.. and Elizabeth Crane, parsonage; Brothers .1. P. Perkins. 1025 Bannock St.; H. (j. Mason. 2352 Humboldt St.; Harry Jones, 2050 Arapahoe St.; D. R. Gay, Bank Block. All of them are conval escing. JCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE. Messrs. Cox. Bond and Bell were new additions to the Sunday School. The Home department is growing in interest and numbers. Rally day has been changed to last Sunday in the month. We hoj>e to increase the Sab bath School to at least 50. The officers and members of Scott M. E. church take this opportunity of thanking the Excelsior Dramatic club for the splendid entertainment given Sept. 2S, ”The Noble Outcast.” and their liberal donation of $10.05. Sunday the trustees will collect for the interest of third and fourth quar ter. Each member is asked to pay from 50 cents up. Those who cannot come, please send in your dues. A sjjccial song service of spiritual songs Sunday evening. 7:30 to S:« *0. Everybody invited. By special re quest Mrs. C. M. White will sing Jesus Lover of My Soul (tune, Last Rose of Summer). Rev. J. R. Rader, pastor-elect, will fill the pulpit morning and evening. All officers of the church will meet hereafter on Thursday afternoons at 3 j). m. Every officer and Willing Workers please take notice and be prompt in attendance. New additions to the church week ly, ,while many delinquent members are returning to active work. “Arouse thou that sleepest and Christ shall give thee light.” THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN. East 23d Ave and Washington St. Pastor, J. A. Tho«. Hazelt, S. T. B. Sermon topics. Sunday, Oct. lb: 11 a. m., “The Completion of the Kingdom.” 4;30 p. in., Y. P. S. C. E. 5 p. m., “Racial Weaknesses Re quiring Immediate Doctoring.” Both Sabbath school and divine ser vices were well attended last Sab bath. The adult Bible class was well represented by mothers and fathers of the church. The presence of the members of the Session is a mark of good example. Let everybody co operate to make the school and church what they should* be in the community. Let not the enthusiasm gained dur ing the week of anniversary exer cises die out, but let it be an inspira tion for every member to push his shoulders to the wheel and pull the gospel wagon. The pastor finishes the series of his discourses of seven tomorrow morning. At eventide there will be a special message for the race. It is hoped that every race lover will at tend this special service. You may agree, or you may disagree with the pulpit’s deliverance on the “Racial Weaknesses That Require Immediate Doctoring,” cut come all the same and pass your verdict. SHILGH BAPTIST MISSION 2720 Larimer St. Rev. T. E. Henderson, Pastor. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m. All are invited to attend and help Shiloh. MISBION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRBT AND BLAKE STREETS. Sunday School at 1:30 p. m. Preaching at 3 o’clock. Bible Training Class, 7:30 each Fri day evening. Elder E. J. Clark, teacher. You are cordially Invited to each of 'hese services. P. W. COLEMAN. Sec'7 B. J. CATLETT. SupL THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 3ABBATH SCHOOL (SATURDAY), 1C:30 A M. PRAYER MEETING WEDNESDAY, 8:00 P. M. PREACHING, 11:1S A St BIBLE LECTURE (8UNDAY), 7:30 P. M A SPECIAL PROGRAM WIU BE RENDERED ONCE EACH MONTH, TO BE COMPOSED OF SACRED MUSIC, RECITATION8, ETC* BEAR ING ON SOME SPECIAL PHASE OF THE GOSPEL. “I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID UNTO ME, LET US GO INTO THE HOUSE OF THE LORD” PSA. 122:1. BIBLES AND OTHER RELIGIOUS LITERATURE MAY BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF OUR AGENTS, OR DIRECT FROfY THE CONFERENCE OFFICE, 1112 KALAMATH STREET. A PERSONAL AND CORDIAL INVI TATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU TO ATTEND THE SERVICES CON DUCTED IN THE CHAPEL. The Pleasant Green Baptist Mission i are having services every Sunday at 21 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and also prayer meeting, Wednesday nigli:. 8 p. m. Rev. C. A. Miller will preach Sunday. Everyone come and hear him. i NOTES FROM CHEYENNE. (Mrs. John Baker) Rev. F. L. Donohoo, Allen chapel's new pastor, arrived last Thursday and Sunday he preached two soul stirring sermons. Rev. Donohoo was greeted by two good congregations at both services. We predict for him a pleasant and profitable year. Mrs. Helen Stacker returned from Denver Monday afternoon. Sergt. W. E. Vrooman visited in Omaha the past week. He returned to the city Sunday. Mr. John Baker spent Saturday in Greeley. Mr. Rawlins of Denver is visiting in the city. Mr. E. F. Landor of Kansas t'ity. Mo., was the dinner guest of Mr and Mrs. Geo. Hopkins Wednesday even- j ing. Mrs. J. E. Smith underwent a seri ous operation at St. John’s hospital last Thursday. We are pleased ro note that"Mrs. Smith is resting nicely at this writing. Mrs. Wm. Christian of Pinnio, <’olo. departed for her home Monday morn ing. Mr. Wm. Ashford Jr. has been con fined to his home from sickness tin past week. Miss Marie Smith of Denver was the honor guest of Mr. and Ml- J. T. Muse at dinner Tuesday. j, Mrs. Wm. Redd was the hostess of a handsomely appointed breakiast on Sunday morning in honor of Mrs. P. C. Crutchfield of Ft. Scott. Kans. Mrs. Redd was assisted in serving by Mrs. Eva Leonard and Mrs. John Baker. Rev. J. W. Fant preached both morning and evening at the Second IMPROVING RURAL SCHOOLS. Report of the Joanoo Fund Board Show* Great Achievements. The report of the .leu nee fund board , for the past school year shows that It. co-operated during the year with pule lie school superintendents in 133 coun ties in fourteen states. The supervis ing industrial teaehers. 1 otid partly by the eon 11 tie* and partly by the .1 eaues fund, visited regularly in these coun ties amount ry schools, iiuikiag In all 17,313 visits and raising for pur (loses of school improvement. $73,438. The business «*f these traveling teach ers. working under the direction of the county superintendents. Is to introduce into the small country school simple home Industries, to give talks and les sons on sanitation and personal clean liness. to encourage the improvement of schoolliotise and school grounds and to conduct gardening clubs and other Vimls of clubs for the beltermeiit of (lie school and the neighborhood Mayor Thompson's Rsply to Hu Critic*. Mayor William Hale Thompson of Chicago in answer to those who criti cise him for appointing colored citizens to office gives the following as Ids rea sons : ‘•Because the persons appointed were essentially lifted and qualified ror tin (sisitious they were selected to fill. “Because, in the name of Immunity. It is my duty to do what I can to ele vate rather than degrade any class of American citizens. “Beenuse during the pre-election <*am palgn I gave you my word that If elect<*d I would give you a square dM)- and Bill Thompson keeps his word/* Knights of Pythiss Report Big Gains. The supreme lodge of Knights of Pythias, which hold its recent meeting and encampment at Columbus, 0., re . ported an enrolled inemliership of 2HO. 000 and 87,000 members of the Court ■»f Cnlnnthe. The receipts since the Inst meeting unionnfed to over SoOO.OOO COUGHS THAT ARE BTOPPEDI Careful people see that they “lire stopped. Dr. King’s New Discovery is a remedy of tried merit. It has held its own on the market for 46 years. Youth and old age testify to ts soothing and healing qualities, ’neumonbi and lung troubles are of en caused by delay of trcutjhent >r. King’s New Discovery stops those acking coughs and relieves la grippf mdencles. Money back if It fall* c and SI.OO. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH of the HOLY REDEEMER- Cor. 22nd Ave. and Humboldt Phone York S7OO. < PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. end (3rd Avne. Phone York »•«. SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH Cer. 23rd St and WasMngten Ave. Phone Mein Ntl. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 24th Ave. and Ogdon St York 9377 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd and Lawrence St*. Phone Main 7965. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 24th St. between California and Stout Sta. Phone York 8193. SCOTT M. E. CHURCH 23th Ave. and Clarkson St Phone BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 32nd Ave. and Lafayette St Phone York 7647. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST MISSION, 38th and Blake atreets. L. J. JONES, PASTOR, PHONE CHAMPA IC9. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY REDEEMER, TWENTY-SECOND AVENUE AND HUMBOLDT STREET, REV. HENRY B. BROWN, B. D. VICAR. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 GLENARM PLACE. REV. J. W. OWENS, PASTOR. PHONE MAIN SS46. i Lodge Directory. F. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Titus 8. Rector, G. M.. 2716 Welton SL Wm. Sprague. G. Sect.. 2434 Gilpin SL j Rocky Mt. Lodge No. 1. let and 3rd Mondays of each month • 2tuvJ vVelton SL Hiram Co mm an aery, •2nd Tueoaay of each mouth, only) 1834 Arapahoe St. Masonic Consistory, (Ist and 3rd Tuesdays at 32 Goode Bldg.) Queen of Sheba Court, 2nd and 4th Friday of each mouth. (Afternoon) 1 2630 Welton St j Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. S.. let and 3rd Tuesday of each month., (Afternoon) 2630 Welton St J Lone Star Chapter O. E. S.. Ist and 3rd Thursday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton St. Centennial Lodge No. 4, 2nd and 4tb Monday of each month. I*B4 Arapahoe St KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. W. H. Bees, Grand Chancellor. Colorado Springe, 010. Cbas. S. Muse. G. K. of R. A S. 1221 Gaylord. Aetna Company, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St. Pythias Lodge No. 11, Ist and 3rd Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St. Damon Lodge No. S, Ist and 3rd Fridays of each month 2830 Welton SL Progress Lodge No. 12, Ist and 3rd Thursday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe SL Columbine Calanthe (K. u ?.» 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month 2630 Welton SL Rocky Mt. Court Calanthe, 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. 2680 Welton SL G. U. O. OF O. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. — ll ■ GRAND OFFICERB. Dr. Paul E. Spratlln, D. G. M. 32 Goode Bldg Geo. S. Contee, D. G. Sect., 2612 Welton St Rocky Mt. Lodge 2320, Ist and 3rd Thursdays of each month 3630 Welton SL traps hoe Lodre No. 2936. Ist and 3rd Monday of each month 1334 Arapahoe St Denver Lodge No. 5646, •nd and 4th Thursdays of each month 104 Arapahoe Bf House kola of Ruth No. 171, lot and 3rd Tuesday of each month. 2630 Walton 8t Bouse-'hold of Ruth No. 4120. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2 p. m. 2«ao Walton at P. G. M. Council No. lit. 1834 Arapahoe. (4th Tuesday only.) Denver Patriarchy No. 67, Fourth Tuesday of each month. 2630 Welton St Juveniles No. 871 (Odd Fellows). Ist and 3rd Saturday of each month at 2 p. m„ 2630 Welton. U. B. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Bmmett Cammel. G. H., 2807 Welton St. Queen of the West Temple, First and third Thursday of each month. 18(4 Arapahoe St Webster Temple (2 p. m.) Webster Temple, 2nd and 4th Wednea lay of each month. 1824 Arapahoe St Speed Lodge No. 6 First and third Saturday ot eacb month. 2630 Wel»on St. Western Star Lodge No. 1 Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 15.,4 Arapahoe St Captolla Temple (S. M. T.). Ist and 3rd Saturdays of each month at 2 p. m. 1834 Arapahoe St Golden Gate Juveniles No. 1 (S. M.T.) 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month at 2 p. m. 1834 Arapahoe St. Howard Juveniles No. 3 (S. -M. T.) 2nd and 4th Saturday of each Bigger, Better IN ORDER To meet the demands of our patrons, we are pleased to announce that this office has recently installed one of the largest and best job presses in die city. So, with a large and small press, we are now in a position to do work of all lands. NEW TYPE Thirty new faces of the latest and most up-to-date type have been added. This type has been selected after careful study. The addition now makes the office fully equipped to handle work from a calling card to a large placard, including book work, booklets, dodgers, wedding invita tions, announcements, and in fact work of every description. OUR PRICES We do not claim to do the cheapest work in die city. The cheapest is usually die poorest. Our prices are gauged from the actual cost* of production with an addition of a small prom. Consult us before plac ing your oraers. OUR MECHANICS Are men of wide experience, and have served the trade for years. THE DENVER STAR 1026 19th St. Phone Champa 2962 i j month at 2 p. ai. 2630 Walton St. Quitn Ellzabath Tempi* No. • Second and fourth Thursday of each month at 2 p. in. 2630 Walton St. Naomi Tempi* No. 18, Bnd and 4th Friday* of each month 2630 Walton St Columbine Temple (S. M. T.l. 2nd and 4th Monday* of each month 2630 Walton St Mountain Lodge Elks No. 36. 2nd and 4tb Wednesday* of each month. Spanish War Veterans, 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. De Molay Consistory meets first and third Thursday nights at Nippon Hall, 2049 Champa St. Mystic Shrine meets second and fourth Thursday nights at Nippon Hall, 2049 Champa St POINTS OF INTEREST. State Capitol, Colfax and Lincoln. Unlon Depot, 17th and Wyakoop Sts. City Hall. 14th and Larimer Sta Auditorium, 14th and Certla Sts. Public Bathhouse, 20tb and Curtla Sta Public Library, 14th and Bannock Flro Dep't, 25th and Olenarm Place. Inspiration Point. Federal Building, 18th and Chamoe THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEGRO REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER IN COLORADO. IT HAS MORE READ ERS THAN ALL OTHER NEGRO NEWSPAPERS COMBINED.