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BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. 3148 Lafayette. Phone Y 7647. REV. A. E. REYNOLDS. PASTOR. School, 9:45. Lesson sub ject, Boy Joash Crowned. 2 Kings 11:1-20. 11 a. m., preaching. At 3 p. m. the Mission Circle will hold a missionary meeting with the following program: Song, by choir. Reading scripture, invocation. Song, congregation. Reading, Mrs. Florence Smith. Paper, Mrs. W. M. Smith. Solo, Mr. J. E. Hasting. Address, Mrs. L. Dickerson. Paper, “Close Com munionists," Miss Irma Jackson. Solo, Mrs. Wimms. Report of the Woman’s National convention. Miss N. G. Ty ler. Remarks by president. Offering, announcements. The Missionary committee of the B. Y. P. U. will render a missionary program: Song by the society. In vocation; reading scripture, Zechar iah 8:1-8; singing. Oration, Mr. J. E. Hasting, “Unbroken Hour." Solo, Miss Leonard Coby. Reading, Miss Genevieve Coby. Musical, Miss B. Stamps. The subjects to be discussed will be: Responsibility of Christians for American Cities; Influence of Cities on National Life, Blanche Brooks; Prospect of Future Growth, Mr. Gaines; Young Character and Tendencies, Miss Myrtle Hughes; Re ligious Conditions, Mrs. t'. Mimms; Agencies at Work. Miss Lydia Stubbs. The Ideal, Mr. Jeff. Johnson. Pro gram begins promptly at 6:30. A. E. Reynolds, chairman. Friday night at the Literary the following subject will be debated: Resolved, that women are inferior to men from a literary standpoint. Af firmative, Mr. George Gross and Mr. Gaines Young: negative. Miss Nelsine Howard and Mrs. Ella I.indsey. A special invitation to ladies. Scott’s M. E. church choir will sing for the society. Mr. Barnes has accepted the office of journalist. The Bacli-Ben club entertained at an elaborate dinner Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Chas. Jones in honor of Dr. S. A. Huff, who is leav ing the city on an extended vacation. THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, 24th Avenue and Ogden. David E. Over, D. D„ Miniater. Telephones, York 6007, York 9377. On the first Sunday Zion will ob serve “Go to Church Day" with ap propriate services. Every member and friend of Z4on is asked to come and bring some one with them. We expect to make it a great day. The Sunday School rally will cul minate on the first Sunday also. There has been, thus far, a great in gathering. The school is aroused as never before. There will be special “Rally Day” programme, consisting of music, addresses and special re ports. It will be a joy to be present. The Teacher Training class will come together Thursday evening at 8:00 o’clock sharp. Every member must be present. Review is in order. The Women's Bible class is begin ning the Life of Jesus. This is al ready becoming an intensely interest ing study. Every woman is welcome. Thursday afternoon at 2:30 sharp. A doll contest by the Pulpit Aid De cember 21st. Particulars later. The B. Y. P. U. will present a girls’ drill Thanksgiving evening. Mrs. Holloway is in charge. You know it will be worth the admission. Brother Wilson and Sister Lena Berger professed Christ for baptism last Sunday. Sister Julia Davis came by experience. Sister Ida Kigh was baptised in the evening. Tile prayer meetings continue with unusual interest and power. Come! CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMES WASHINGTON, PASTOR. 2542 ARAPAHOE ST Sabbath services: Preaching, 11 a. m. and 4 p. m , by Rev. R. W. Wells, the evangelist. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Notice. Great revival in progress at Camp bell chapel A. M. E. church, every evening at 8 o’clock p. m. The evan gelist, Rev. R. W. Wells of Troy, N. Y„ called the colored Billy Sunday, will conduct meetings at Campbell chapel. Pastors of the city churches and their congregations are invited to take part in these services. Come, let all help in saving souls. Rev. J. Washington, pastor. Due to the revival, all entertain ments scheduled for the first week in November will be postponed to a lat er date. Mrs. Jas. Washington returns Sun day morning from the East where she attended the convention in Detroit, Mich., and several other cities en route. SHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third Sta. REV. ROBT. L. POPE, B. D., PASTOR. The first quarterly meeting of the conference year will be held Sunday. Let each member do his best to pay up and carry the work forward. Sus tain your present pastor in his effort to help the church. Sunday evening services were well attended and well enjoyed. The con gregation so expressed themselves. Sunday morning Rev. Randolph will preach and a grand treat is in store for you. At the evening service a musical program specially prepared by the choir. Sunday School attendance Sunday was 160. Let us make it 200 tomor row. Word has come from our pastor that he is having a splendid time in the Southland. SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE. Dr. J. C. Sherrill of the Foreign Missionary Board will be in Denver November 19 and will lecture to the congregation and friends on that evening. The ministers of the city, together with their congregations, are cordially invited to hear this able di vine. The Ladies’ Aid Society will enter tain the women and girls of the city on Thursday evening, November 11th at an address on ‘'Nervousness” by Mrs. M. L. Elliston. Refreshments served free. The members of Scott M. E. church take this method of thanking the pub lic generally, as well as the many friends who contributed to the suc cess of the Fitzuhgh musical; also to the trustees of Shorter chapel for the 1 use of the church on this enjoyable occasio Prizes were awarded as follows: First prize, hand-painted set of cups and saucers, Mrs. Nealy. Sec ond prize, hand-painted set of bread and butter plates, Mrs. Barnett. Third prize, hand-painted bread plate. Miss Pierson. Good dinners every Thursday at church. All you can eat for 25 cents. Members and officers of the church are urged to meet promptly next Thursday, Nov. 4, in order to make final arrangements for renovation of Scott church. We are hoping to get the church renovated by Thanksgiv ing. THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN. East 23d Ave and Washington St. Pastor, J. A. Thoa. Hazel I, S. T. B. Sermon topics, Sunday, Oct. 31: 11 a. m., “A Storm at Sea.” 6 p. m., ‘‘Echoes of the Synod.” A congregational meeting will be had next Wednesday night at 8 o’clock in the chapel. All members without exception are requested to be present. Dr. R. M. Johnston gave the audi ence a very glowing report of his work in Africa last Sabbath after noon. The pastor and officers were pleased to have with us on that oc casion Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Reynolds among the visitors. We are under obligation to the members of sister churches who responded to the in vitation to hear Dr. Johnston. An elaborate program will be ren dered on Thanksgiving day at this i church. Dinner will be served both | day and night on that occasion, j Friends without a church home are cordially invited to spend the day with us. The Woman's Missionary Society announces a special meeting with a special program, with a special din ner, at the residence of Mrs. Julia Cole, 2546 Clarkson St., on Nov. 4th, being Thursday night of next week. The entire church and outside friends have a cordial invitation. Church of The HOLY REDEEMER. I (Episcopal) 22nd Ave. and Humboldt St*. Rev. Henry B. Brown, Vicar. 7:30 a. m., celebration of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. m., Sunday School. 11:15 a. m., Choral Matins with ser mon. Subject, “Love Abounding.” 7:45 p. m., Choral Evensong with sermon. Subject, “The Unfaithful Steward.” Tuesday. Nov. Ist. Festival of all Saints. 7:30 a. m., celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., the Guild of St. Perpetua will meet. Friday, 1:45 p. m., meeting of the Sunday School teachers. 3 p. m., women’s Bible Study class. 4 p. m., Junior Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m., Lit any and general choir rehearsal. Saturday, 3 p. m., the Guild of St. Mary the Virgin will meet. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION Corner 31st and Walnut Sts. Rev. T. E. Henderson. Pastor. SHILOH afl.ffa fgwk Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Regular prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Last Sunday was a high day in the spirit at Shiloh. There were many visitors from the other churches )f the city. The financial offerings were liberal. Among the visitors in the afternoon was Rev. I. Harrison Wal lace, who in a brief lecture delighted the congregation. Prof. J. L. Jones was united with the mission. All are invited. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH. BABBATH SCHOOL (SATURDAY), 10:30 A M. PRAYER MEETING WEDNESDAY, 8:00 P. M. PREACHING, 11:15 A. M. BIBLE LECTURE (BUNDAY), 7:30 P. M A SPECIAL PROGRAM WILL BE RENDERED ONCE EACH MONTH TO BE COMPOSED OF SACRED MUBIC. RECITATIONS, ETC., BEAR ING ON 80ME SPECIAL PHABE OF THE GOBPEL. “I WAB GLAD WHEN THEY BAID 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 FROM 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 are having services every Sunday at at 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. and also prayer meeting Wednesday night, 8 o’clock. Rev. Miller will fill the pulpit. Come out and hear him. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE 8TREETS. 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 these services. P. W. COLEMAN. Sec’7. B. J. CATLETT. Sui t. Colorado Annual Conference Directory. Rocky Mountain District—Rsv. A M. Ward, Presiding Elder. Shorter Chapel, Denver, Rev,. Rob ert L. Pope, B. D. Payne Chapel, Colorado Springs, Rev. J. L*. Williams. - Campbell Chapel, Denver, Rev. Jas. Washington. St. John, Pueblo, Rev. W. T. Dig gers, L.L. B. St. Paul, Pueblo, Rev. John Adams. D. D. Salt Lake City, Utah, Rev. P R. Jones. Grace Chapel, Cheyenne, Wyo., Rev. F. L. Donohoo. Boulder, Rev. A. Wayman Ward, B. D. Grand Junction and Glenwood, Rev. W. E. Washington. Sheridan, Wyo., Rev. S. R. Maginez. Ogden, Utah, Rev. B. H. Moore. Cripple Creek, Rev. T. H. Pool Alliance and Crawford, Neb., Rev. Grant Kirby. Rock Springs and I-aramie, to be supplied. | Leadville and Salida to be supplied. I Dearfield Mission under supervision of Shorter Chapel. Albuquerque District—Rev. J. P. Howard, Presiding Elder. | Albuquerque, N. M., Rev. J. M Kn dicott. | Phoenix, Ariz., Rev. R. H. Herring. ! Trinidad, Rev. William Hawkins. Tucson, Ariz., Rev. W. H. M La Junta, Rev. J. W. Rodgers.' Clifton, Ariz., Rev. T. S. Johnson, j Raton and Rouse, Rev. W. T Thor ton. Las Vegas, N. M., Rev. B. F. Mc- Cully. Santa Fe, N. M., Rev. J. K. Wil liams. | Globe and Miami, Ariz., Rev F. O. I Graves. [ Walsenburg, Rev. T. L. Cate. Prescott, Gallup and Flagstaff, jRev W. L. N. Baker. Douglas and Bisbee, Rev. T. M Reeves. Durango and Silverton, to be sup plied. THE DARWIN DOCTRINE. Bruc* "Grit" Excepts to Ideas Ad vanced by Noted Scientist. To admit the soundness of the doc trine of evolution, as taught by « harles Darwin and Herbert Spencer, is to question God, says John E. Bruce “Grit." It is a monstrous assumption, this doctfine of evolution, and it has not yet j untitled the hopes of its dis coverers. If man, as is asserted, de scended from the monkey, or the ape, or the baboon, then the twenty-sixth verse of the first chapter of Genesis is a pure fiction. Of course it is no such thing. No sane or reasonably intelli gent man believes that Darwin and Spencer, who were both of them over educated, believed it. and the former before his death, it is said, admitted that the doctrine of evolution is a fail ure. We who lielieve that God is greater than man know that the theory of evolution hasn't a leg to stand upon It is a preposterous assumption, born of a superabundance of conceit, which has ever been a characteristic of the Caucasian race, which knows every thing and knows nothing. SERVICES FOR BEECHER. Plymouth Church Hold* Bp«cial Moot* ing In Honor of Lafto Preacher. Plymouth church, In Brooklyn, held special services In honor of Henry Ward Beecher 011 Sunday evening, Oct. 17, which were attended l»y sev eral thousand persons. The needs of Talladega college, Ala., were also brought prominently before the |>eople at this meeting, and a substantial Him was given for the work of the school in honor of the occasion. The Fisk Jubilee Singers were present mid ren dered several selections, which were highly pleasing to the audience. Dr. Newell Dwight Hill is. pastor: Dr. S. Parkes Cndumn of the Central Congregational church. Brooklyn; Dr. Lucien C. Warner, chairman of the board of trustees of the college*.'- and Mr. George W. Crawford dem ot ed elo quent speeches. Mr. Cadman became lie eloquent In his plea tha* Brooklynites should erect “a living monument to Mr. Beecher in the shape of sapport for Talladega college/’ it is said, that several persons wept. COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPED! Careful people see that they are 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 its soothing and healing qualities. Pneumonia and lung troubles are of ten caused by delay of treatment. Dr. King’s New Discovery stops those hacking coughs and relieves la grippe tendencies. Money back if it falls, 50c and $l.OO. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH of Me HOLY REDEEMER Cor. 22n0 A vs. and Humboldt. I bone York 5700. PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. Washington and 23rd Aves. Phone York 2194. SHORTER A. M. E CHURCH Cor. 23rd 8L and Washington Ave. Phone Main 7058. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 24th Av». and Ogden 8L York 9377 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Phone Main 7965. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 24th SL. between California and Stout Sts. Phone York 8193. SCOTT M £. CHURCH 2Sth Ave. and Clarkson St. Phone BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 32nd Ave. and Lafayette SL Phone York 7647. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST MISSION. 38th and Blake streets. L. J. JONES, PASTOR, PHONE CHAMPA 169. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. MISSION WORK AND BUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAV ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 GLENARM PLACE. Lodge Directory. r. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Titus S. Rector, G. M„ 2716 Welton SL Wm. Sprague, G. Sect., 2434 Gilpin SL Rocky ML Lodge No. 1, Ist and 3rd Klordays of each month ■ 26»0 Welton SL Hiram Cotnmandery, ' <8 -2nd Tuesday of each month, only) 1834 Arapahoe SL Masonic Consistory, (Ist and 3rd Tuesdays at 32 Goode Bldg.) Queen of Sheba CourL 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. S. Ist and 3rd Tuesday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton St. Lone Star Chapter \ E. S.. Ist and 3rd Thursday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton St. Centennial Lodge No. 4, 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. W. H. Bess. Grand Chancellor. Colorado Springs, Jolo. Cbas. S. Muse. S. K. of R. 4k S. 1221 Gaylord. Aetna Company, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapaboe St. Pythias Lodge No. 11, Ist and 3rd Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapaboe St. Damon Lodge No. 5. Ist and 3rd Fridays of each month 2630 Welton St. Columbine Calanthe (K. of P.) 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month 2630 Welton St. Rocky Mt. Court Calanthe, 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. 2630 Welton St. G. U. O. OF O. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. GRAND OFFICERS. Dr. Paul E. Spratlln, D. G. M. 32 Goode Bldg. Geo. 8. Contee, D. G. Sect., 2612 Welton SL Rocky Mt. 2320, Ist and 3rd Thursdays of each month 2630 Welton St Arapaboe Lodge No. 2936, Ist and 3rd Monday of each month 1824 Arapahoe BL Denver Lodge No. 8646, 2nd and 4th Thursday, of each month 1614 Arapahoe SL Household of Ruth Not 176, Ist and 3rd Tuesday, of each month. 2630 Walton St. House- hold of Ruth No. 4110, 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2 p. m. 2630 Welton St P. Q. M. Council No. 118. 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. Emmett Cammel, O. U.. 2807 Welton SL Queen of the West Temple, First and third Thursday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St. Webster Temple (2 p. m.) Webster Temple, 2nd and 4th Wednes lay of each month. 1814 Arapahoe St. Speed Lodge No. 6 First and third Saturday of each month 2630 Wel'on St. Western Star Lodge No. 1 Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 16„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 SL 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 the city. So, with a large and small press, we are now in a position to do work of all kinds. 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. Tne 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 the city. The cheapest is usually the poorest. Our prices are gauged from the actual cost of production with an addition of a small profit. Consult us before plac ing your orders. OUR MECHANICS Arc men of wide expedience, and have served the trade for y^ars. THE DENVER STAR 1026 19th St Phone Champa 2962 . .. ~ ■ ■. - month at 2 p. m. 2030 Welton St. Queen Elizabeth Temple No. 8 Second and fourth Thursday of each month at 2 p. in. 2630 Welton St.. Naomi Temple No. 12 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month 2630 Welton St. Columbine Temple (S. M. T.). 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month 2630 Welton St Mountain Lodge Elks No. 32. 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 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. Myßtic Shrine meets second and fourth Thursday nights at Nippon Hall, 2049 Champa St. POINTB OF INTEREST. State Capitol, Colfax and Lincoln. Union Depot, 17th and Wynkoop Ste City Hall, 14th and Larimer Ste. Auditorium. 14tb and Cnrtla Sts. Public Bathhouse, 20th and Curtis Sts. Public Library, 14th and Bannock. Flro Dept., 25tb and Olenarm Place. Inspiration Point. Federal Building, IStb and Champa. THE BTAR IS THE ONLY NEGRO REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER IN COLORADO. IT HAS MORE READ ERS THAN ALL OTHER NEGRO NEWSPAPERS COMBINED.