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«aSb«av> , Sunday's® J" J *' ■*«»>.,.■ k me T e r rS A Bpecfal' pro-am will be ren dered. la in earnes? to raise tunds to the church. J , Rev and Mrs. D. E. Over an ; -Ssf-swa-sja^: “•7« ; (Rev . Bader. Acting Pastor) , preaching promptly at 11 a. m. and . Epworth League, 6: 45 p. m. Junior League, *jWp. m _ R U ceUentrt°'ices all day Sunday, Kx . c ® h -very cold weather. Splen ll ca P srv ke P l e° in S, making it so dltl Zxable that many hated to leave “°”%3lding after evening service. S„Jay is Trustees’ day. Members „ Irjiestly requested to pay up at “nis/oliectlon. Bills, including inter >syvwmortgage, lights, etc., must be ne %» “lease do your best. members have been staying from cV'jurcb owing to discreditable reports calculated, stating the church is undt for V'vorship owing to renova tion. Come ated see for yourselves. Home Missionary meets Thursday with the president at 2633 Marion. All members are ilrged to attend. Sick listed: Brother Hosea Smith roister Coxs /atber) and Sisters Mary Scott antJT Nina Simpson. Visit them. 'y SHORTEN CHAPEL. Washington and V>enty-thlrd Ste. REV. ROBT. L. B. D., PASTOR. The pastor will occupy the pulpit at both the morning and evening hour tomorrow, using as hi* subjects “A New Conscience and an Ancient istii and "The Law of Non-resistance,’’ re spectively. Dr. R. A. Randolph preached a splendid sermon before our congrega tion last Sabbath morning and, as usual, he was heard gladly. The public installation of the offic ers of the Ushers’ Club was conduct ed Monday evening by the pastor, which was followed by the annual banquet. On other occasions the ush ers have performed some daring so cial feats, but the five-course dinner Monday evening easily broke all pre vious records. Happy is he whose good fortune it is to sit at meat at our ushers’ table. Messrs. H. N. Green and Joseph Lewis won new laurels as chefs. There is no auxil iary of our church that is more at tractive and is rendering a larger ser vice to our congregation than the Ushers’ club. This club numbers twenty-five and we are proud of every one of them. Our sick list this week is still long er than we wish: Mrs. Ida DePriest, 2516 Lafayette; Mesdames Elizabeth Cook. 201 Perry; l-ouisa Cooper, 2632 Marion: Isabelle Stewart, St. Joseph’s hospital; Janie M. Pope, parsonage; Lottie Martin, 4630 W. 35th Ave.; M. A Turner 2658 Williams; Mae E. Bvrd and Sarah Byrd, 2527 Tremont; and Misses Lena Barnes. 2938 Glen arm. and Grace Morris, 1847 Clarkson. Our Teachers’ Training class will resume its course of study Friday evening. 7 o’clock. All Sunday school teachers and advance scholars are in vited. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, Comer Twenty-fourth and California Streets. Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, 3012 Marlon Btreet. Sunday school lesson Jan. 23rd, "The Spirit of Life.” Rom. 8:12-30. W. A. Moore, Supt. M. Peoples, Asst. Supt. B. Y. P. U. topic, Missionary, "Suc cess In Missions.” Mai. 1:6-11. Jas. Austin. Jr., Pres. The B. Y. P. U. choir is doing nicely. You ought to have heard them Sunday night. Our services were quite grand Sun day. We commend the members for their loyalty in attending services throughout the entire day Sunday. The solos that are being rendered by the Choral club arc above par. You can expect many good things of the Choral club. We commend the president, organist, chorister and the entire choir for the alertness in be ing on time. A -ery nice donation was presented to Sister E. H. Gibson by the Sunday ■chool as a token of respect for her loss a few days ago by fire. We note with pride the progress made by the auxiliaries of the church. The dinner tendered by Rev. Over and wife to the ministers on last •Wednesday at their residence was a grand affair. Those present were Revs. Washington, Pope, Brown, Ha sell. West, Ward, Bell and Price. Rev Wa-a will entertain the mini* I ten Feb. 9th. 1 t | tTHLEHEM BAPTi!3T CHURCH. * 3148 Lafayette. Ptione Y 7647. REV. A. E. REYNOLDB* PASTOR. Homestead, 160 Acres, Deerfield, Sunday school, 9:45. Subject, The Spirit of Life. Romans, 8:12*17, 26*30. k 11 a. m., preaching. ■L 6:30, B. Y. P. U. Topic, Amuse letWxts That Are Worth While. Eccl. 7j|45, preaching. Tlrhe pastor’s subject at 11 a. m. a«t Sunday was ‘‘Looking Unto Je ws” and at evening, ‘‘Work That \Mb ides,” and in spite of the inclement Weather a nice crowd was in attend ance at both services. The Sunday school elected the fol lowing officers for the ensuing year: Supt., Mrs. C. E. Robinson; Asst. Supt., Miss Myrtle Hughes; Treas., Mrs. E. M. Brown; Sec., Miss Violet Jackson. The East End Literary and Social club meets every Friday night. The president would be glad to see every member next Friday night. Part of the program last Friday consisted of parliamentary instructions, which we find is badly needed among our peo- , pie. All the live topics of the day are being discussed at the meetings. Come out and take a part with us. We are glad to report that all of the sick members of the church are able to be up at this time. Mrs. Leola C. Gilmore and daughter Lela Andrews left Sunday, Jan. 16. for Waitsburg. Wash., to make their future home. A theater party was given at the Broadway Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Leola C. Gilmore and daugh ter Lela. THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN. East 23d Ave and Washinnton St. Curate, L. B. West, S. T. B. Sermon topics, Sunday, Jan. 23. 11 a. m., ‘‘The Office of the Holy Ghost.” 4:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor. 5 p. m., ‘‘Our Future Program.” The evangelistic services conducted by the clergymen of the city have re vived the membership to a positive action along the line of future activi ties, not merely in the People’s church, but as Christian citizens in the municipality of Denver. Burning gospel messages are nightly delivered by Drs. Washington, Over. Pope, Rey nolds, Bell. West. Jackson and others. The meetings will continue through tomorrow (Sabbath) in the chapel. Both saints and sinners are cordially invited to these services. A mid-winter "Fair” under the cen tral committee of seven, viz: Mes dames Morrison, Hill, Lander, Brooks, Wilson. Hughes and Miss Bessie White, will be conducted in the cha pel from Feb. 23 to 25. The booths will be as follows: Notion, Cream, Coffee and Sandwiches, Candy, Flow ers, Japanese. Admission 5 cents per night. A program by sister churches will be a feature of the Fair every night. The membership who entered into a sacrificial financial effort for the last Wednesday night of the month are hereby reminded that the treas urer of the church will receive the payments of the pledges from next Sunday to Wednesday night when j the books will be closed. Some have i already made good. The amount needed is $108.32. An individual, pro- j portionate and systematic effort will ! raise this sum. An everybody’s rally for this end is our desire. Evangelist Christensen of Denmark will speak at both services tomorrow in the chapel. SmILOH BAPTIST MISSION. CORNER 29th and LARIMER STS. Rev. T. E. Henderson, Pastor Sunday School at 2:30 p. in. Preaching Sunday at 8 p. m. Regular prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Sinners and Christians are cordially invited to attend these meetings. PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH. 3131 Walnut St. Phone Champa 3493 REV. C. A. MILLER, PASTOR. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 1 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday night. All are welcome. Prayer and praise service at Zion Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Prayer for National prohibi tion. Thanksgiving for victory in Colorado. Everyone invited. Thur man, Leonard and Smith-Cassell un ions. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY BCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRBT AND BLAKE BTREETB. Sunday School at 1:30 p. m. Preaching at 3 o'clock. Bible Training Class, 7:30 each Fri day evening. Elder B. J. Clark, teacher. You are cordially invited to each of these services. P. W. COLEMAN. Sec’7. B. J. CATLETT, Supt Better A day of strife Than a century of sleep; Give me instead of a long stream of life The tempests and tears of the deep. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO WEAF DIAMONDB IF YOU BUY YOUR COAL FROM W. O. SILiONDS. Colorado Annual Conference Directory. Rocky Mountain District—Rev. A. M. Ward, Preaiding 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. Big gers, LL. B. St. Paul, Pueblo, Rev. John Adams, D. D. Salt Lake City. Utah. Rev. D. R. Jones. Grace Chapel, Cheyenne. Wyo., Rev. F. L. Donohoo. Boulder, Rev. A. Wayman Ward, B. D. Grand Junction and Glen wood. Rev. W. E. Washington. Sheridan, Wyo., Rev. S. R. Magiuez. Ogden, Utah, Rev. B. H. Moore. Cripple Creek, Rev. T. H. Pool. Alliance and Crawford, Neb., Rev. Grant Kirby. Rock Springs and Laramie, to be supplied. . Leadville and Salida to be supplied. Dearfleld Mission under supervision of Shorter Chapel. Albuquerque District —Rev. J. P. Howard, Presiding Elder. Albuquerque, N. M., Rev. J. M. En dicott. „ „ _ Phoenix, Ariz., Rev. R. H. Herring. Trinidad. Rev. William Hawkins. Tucson. Ariz., Rev. W. H. Mance. La Junta, Rev. J. W. Rodgers. Clifton. Ariz.. Rev. T. S. Johnson. Raton and Rouse. Rev. W. T. Thor ton. Las Vegas. N. M., Rev. B. F. Me- C Santa Fe, N. M.. Rev. J. E. Wil- Hams. _ Globe and Miami, Ariz., Rev. F. O. Graves. Walsenburg, Rev. T. Is. Cate. Prescott, GalluD and Flagstaff, Rev W. L. N. Baker. Douglas and Bisbee, Rev. T M. Reeves. Durango and Silverton, to be sup* Y. M. C. A. NOTES. The Association is deeply grieved lat the death of Mr. Clarence E. | Langston, who passed away at St. I Luke’s hospital last Tuesday morn ing where he had been taken foi ! treatment during the last days ot his illness. Mr. Langston had been with the Association for about five years and wis recording secretary of the Committee of Management. Like Ins associates on the committee and oth ers connected with the organization, he labored diligently for its welfare. I His funeral will be held at the Church (of the Redeemer next Sunday after noon at two o clock. The larger boys have established a wireless station in the building and will soon be ready for business, j There are ten of them in the club, land they are very enthusiastic over | it. Robert JefTerson is chairman of I the club and is doing his best to de- I velop it along progressive lines. In spite of the severe weather, 2 1 boys were present at the boys meet ing last Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Mr. George Wattles of the Central Association was the speaker and told the boys about “The Four- Square Boy.” who. he said, was the boy who wanted to help someone else. At the meeting next Sunday after noon at 2:30 o’clock, Frank Jones will recite and Atwell Rose will sing. At the men’s meeting at 4 o’clock an impromptu program was rendered, several present taking part. This was necessary on account of the fact that the speaker scheduled did not 1 appear on account of illness. Rev. Dr. F. T. Bayley, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational church, will speak next Sunday afternoon on the subject, “A Man’s Chance.” It is well known to all that Dr. Bayley is one of the best friends the race has In Denver, and there will no doubt be a large number present to hear him on this subject. The “Get-T6gether Social’’ of the senior members and larger boys, which was to have been held on Tues day evening, was postponed until next. Tuesday evening, the 25th, owing to the death of Mr. Langston. Refresh ments, including the musical pro gram, will be free, and all members are requested to be there. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. The Young Women’s Christian As sociation held its regular meeting in the club room on Monday evening. The House committee will hold a miscellaneous shower on Monday evening, February 14, 1916. We need some chairs and anything else which you wish to give. Bible class every Thursday evening from 7 to 8. Instructress, Miss Scott of the Central Association. Come and learn something definite about the Bible. It is not necessary to be a member of the Association to Join this class. Sewing class from 8 to 9. Miss Bensen of the Central Association In structs this class. She will be glad to show you anything about sewing, including tailoring. Immediately after the regular meet ing on Monday evening. Dr. Crump instructs a class in First Aid. Why not join the class and learn what to do in case of emergency? Class meets from 9 to 10 o’clock. MANY PEOPLE DON'T KNOW. A sluggish liver can cause a person an awful lot of misery. Spells of diz ziness, headaches, constipation and biliousness are sure signs that your liver needs help. Take Dr. Klne’s New Life Pills and see how they help tone up the whole system. Fine for ‘he stomach alßo. Aids dlg-stion °urlfles the blood and clears the com plexion. Only 25c at your Druggist COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPEDl 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 Btops those hacking coughs and relieves la grippe tendencies. Money back it It falls. 50c and $1.00. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH of Mo HOLY REDEEMER Cor. 22rr> Avo. and Humboldt. Iboue York 6700. PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. Washington and 23rd Avos. Phone York 8194. SHORTER A. M. E CHURCH Cor. 23rd St. and Washington Avo. Phone Main 7038. ZION BAPTI8T CHURCH Cor. 24th Avs. and Ogden SL York 9377 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Phone Main 7966. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 24th SL. between California and 8tout Sts. Phone York 8193. SCOTT M £. CHURCH 2Bth Avo. and Clarkson 8L Phono 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 189. SHILOH BAPTIST MIS8ION. Corner Thirty-first and Walnut Sta MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREET8. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 GLENARM PLACE. Lodge Directory. r. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Titus S. Rector. O. M.. 2716 Welton St. Win. Sprague. G. Sect., 2434 Gilpin SL Rocky Mt. Lodge No. 1, 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month 26wd Wetton SL Hiram Commandery, •2nd Tueotiay of each mouth, only) 1834 Arapahoe SL Masonic consistory, (Jst and 3rd Tuesdays at 32 Goode Bldg.) Queen of Sheba Court, 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. S. 1st aDd 3rd Tuesday of each mouth (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Lone Star Chapter »\ E. S., 1st and 3rd Th ursday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton St Centennial Lodge No. 4, 2nd and 4th Monday of each month 1334 Arapahoe St KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8 AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. W. H. Bess, Grand Chancellor, Colorado Springs, ;olo. Chas. S. Muse. G. K. of R. A 8. 1221 Gaylord. Aetna Company, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St. Pythias Lodge No. 11, 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe S> Damon Lodge No. 5. 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month 2630 Welton St Columbine Calanthe (K. of P.) 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of saeh month 2630 Welton St. Rocky Mt. Court Calanthe, 2nd and 4tb Friday of each month 1834 Arapahoo Street. O. U. ©. OF O. F. AND IT8 AUXILIARIES. GRAND OFFICER8. Dr. Paul E. 8pratlin, D. G. M. 82 Goode Bid? Geo. S. Contee, D. O. Sect., 2612 Welton 8* Rocky Mt. Lodge 2320. let and 3rd Thursdays of each month 2630 Welton 8* Arapahoe Lodge No. 2036 1st and 3rd Monday of each month 1884 Arapahoe 8f Denver Lodge No 6646. 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each monte 1884 Arapahoe 8* rlouwbold of Ruth Na 17% Ist and 3rd Tuesday of each month. 2630 Wei ton SL House- hold of Ruth No. 4130, 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2 p.'m. 2630 Welton St P. G. M. Council No. 118. 1834 Arapahoe. (4th Tuesday only.) Denver Patriarchy No. <7, Fourth Tuesday of each month. 2630 Welton St Juvenile# No. 871 (Odd Fellows). * Ist and 3rd Saturday of each month at 2 p. m., 2630 Welton. U. B. F. AND ITB AUXILIARIES. Emmett Cammel. G. M., 2807 Welton St 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. 1834 Arapahoe St Bp#ed Lodge No. 6 First and third Saturday of each month 2630 Welton St. Western Star Lodge No. 1 Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 1604 Arapahoe St. Captolia 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 month at 2 p. m. 2C30 Welton St. Queen Elizabeth Temple No. 3 Second and fourth Thursday of ead month at 2 p. m. 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 Ix>dge Elka No. 39. 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. Mystic Shrine meets second and fourth Thursday nights at NippOD Hall. 2049 Champa St. O. w. 5 GLENN Groceries, and Smoked Meats VEGETABLES. IN SEASON Phone,ordera[receive strictest attention Phone Main ' I ’2737 Welton St. _ 7732DC11 Denver, Colo.' Your Credit Is Good • fflD KORTZ JEWELRY CO. This 20 year guaranteed IS Jew- R< j*“ lar Price $25.00, now on $17.50 and up On the hrst payment of $l.OO yon take Kortz Jewelry Co. 816 Fifteenth St. We Will Exchange An Old Trunk For A New Our goods are hand Made, of the best material si guaranteed for durable wear All kinds of repairii. done on Suit Cases, Bags and Traveling Necessities' IF IT IS A Suit Case, Trunk, Bag or a Traveling Necessity SEE US. Welton Trunk Mfg. Co Phone* Champa 2048 2253 Walton Street DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE Golden West Tabernacle No. 568 meets the second and fourth Tues days in each month at 2711 Wei ton 8t KNIGHTS OF TABOR 8t. James Temple No. 457 meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. AMERICAN WOODMEN. Camp No. 1 of American Woodmen meets last Thursday evening of each month at Nippon hall, 2051 Champa. POINT8 OF INTEREST. State Capitol, Colfax and Lincoln. Union Depot, 17th and Wynkoop Sta City Hall, 14th and Larimer Sts. Auditorium, 14th and Curtis Sts. Public Bathhouse. 20th and Curtis 9ts. Public Library, 14th and Bannock. Fire Dep’t, 25th and Glennrm Place, Inspiration Point. Federal Building, 18th and Champa. THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEGRO REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER IN COLORADO. IT HAS MORE READ ERS THAN ALL OTHER NEGRO NEWSPAPERS COMBINED. A Mean Cut. Frank—My dear. I’ve long had some thing on my mind. Maude —1 wish you wouldn’t brag so. Frank. —SL Louis Globe-Democrat Persistence of Miss Lydia B. Conley. Miss Lydia B. Conley, an Indian wo man of Kansas City. Mo.. was recently admitted to practice before the United States supreme court. Miss Conley 1* a member of the Wyandotte tribe. Well Known Inventors of Our Race. Granville T. Woods nml Elijah M«- i £oy are among the 1>est known In jrontors of the colored rare. There h i' been Issued to Mr. McCoy twenty-eight patents from the United States patent e for ills inventions of vnrlon ■ kinds, and Mr Woods is widely know for Ms *ucce-< in Inventing telephone and telegraph appliances, for which there |« n large demand.