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CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner Twenty-fourth and California Streets. Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, 3012 Marlon Street. Sunday School. “Tho Death of Stephen.” Actß 7:1-8:3. W. A. Moore, Supt. M. Peoples, Asst. Supt. B. Y. P. 1). at 6:30 p. m. Jas. Aub tln, President. Grand overflowing of the holy Bpirit Sunday. Marked interest is being taken in the different auxiliaries of the church by the members of the church. We are looking for the sister churches and pastors of the Baptist Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. to take part in the united communion service. Mrs. Wilson of 2941 Glenarm St. Is much improved at this writing. Sis ter Brown, Deacon Jas. Brown’s wife, has been very much indisposed but is much better at this writing. Do not fail to see The Fruit of the Wine Cup,” a three-act drama, presented at Central Baptist March 9th. Benefit new church. We ask all associated pastors to be present May 14th, Rally day at. Central Baptist. The ladies of Cen tral Baptist are very sincere about the association and new church. They are backed by the deacons and trus tees of Central Baptist. Mrs. Jamison of Park Hill enter tained at her residence some of her friends and the pastor in a very en tertaining way last Sunday. ____ The sick of our church are improv ing. BETHLEHEM BAPTtST CHURCH. 3148 Lafayette. Pnone Y 7647. REV. A. E. REYNOLDB. PABTOR. Homestead, 160 Acres, Deerfield, Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Preaching, 7:45 p. m. Besson sub ject, "The Death of Stephen.” Acts 7:54; 8-3. B. Y. P. U. topic, "Consecration of Strength.” Psalms 5:1-11. Miss Ethel Fields, vice president of the B. Y. P. U. of Central church, will read a pa per on Consecration of Strength Sun day evening at the B. Y. P. U. Miss Fields is forging to the front as a worker in the young people’s meeting. The funeral of Mr. Walter Smith took place last Sunday at 2 p. m. After the preaching services Sun day evening, the communion of the Lord’s Supper. Last Sunday the pastor preached from the following subjects: 11 a. m "Scars the Best Evidence of Faith.” 7:45, "The Place Where Judg ment will begin. Tuesday night a social will be giv en by the ladies of the church. Come and help them. Next Friday night, the 10 th. an open house discussion at the literary Which is the more valuable member to the community, the doctor, lawyer or dentist? Mr. Hasting will open for the doctor, Mr. I. H .Harper for the dentist and Mr. Young for the lawyer. Come out and take a part. Good program every Friday night. Mrs. A. J. Walton is improving very slowly. THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, 24th Avenue and Ogden. Oavid E. Over, D. D„ Minister. Telephones, York 6007, York 9377. The Sunday services both morning and evening witnessed large attend ance—the pastor preaching at each. The presence of a number of vlßl tors was noted, to whom the church extends a cordial invitation to return. The sermon topics were: Morning, "The Best Gift;’’ evening, ’The Con tention of Faith.” Both were evident ly profitable. . The inspiring afternoon service held at Scott’s church last Sunday was en joyed by a number of Zion’s c ° nßr ®' gation, which is deeply interested in the splendid struggle being made by that heroic little band. The Bible Class work of the church is attracting the active interest ot a wider circle of friends day by day. The most vital need of life is met through the conscientious effort to get the living Word into life. The men meet every Tuesday at 8-00 g. ,n.: the women on Thursday at 2.30 1C very person in the community will be welcomed. Zion will attend in goodly numbers the Baptist Communion service at th«b Central Church next Sunday after noon. These meetings mean much in the future life of the church Every one should endeavor to attend. The Young People’s chorus will fur nlsh the music at our evening a® l "' l ® 6 next Sunday evening. There is a sur prise as well as a treat in store for those who come. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. CORNER 29th and LARIMER BTB. Rev. T. E. Hendereon, Paator Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. Preaching Sunday at 8 p. m. Regular prayer meeting Thursday PLFASANT GREEN BAPTIST 8131° WaVnut St. Phone Champ* 349* preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 pm. Sunday school at 1 p. »• . . . Prayer service Wednesday night B. Y. P. TT. st 6:30 p. m. Women* BP’ l - ci*«* *t sp. m. Ait are welcome. SHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third St*. REV. ROBT. L. POPE, B D.. PASTOR. Tho Holy Communion will be ob served tomorrow at the evening ser vice. Let the membership be on hand to share the blessings accruing from this sacrament. Campbell chapel will hold it 6 quar terly communion service tomorrow at 3 p. m. and our pastor will deliver the sermon. It is hoped that officers and members of Shorter will be well represented at this service. Rev. Thos. J. Bell, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., preached a most remark able sermon last Sunday morning be fore a large and representative audi ence. So effectively did he reach his hearers and so well pleased were they with the message that invita tions to ‘‘come again” came thick and fast. In the eveniug (last Sunday) the Y. W. C. A. turned out in a body and held a jubilee service, emphasizing the fiftieth anniversary of the organ ization. In a brief and pointed ad dress, Mrs. A. M. Ward gave a gra- i phic account of the local association and the pastor delivered a special sermon emphasizing the work of this organization. Notwithstanding the choir had filled an extra engagement at Scott M. E. in the afternoon, the members were present on this occa sion to make their contribution its success. The Excelsior Dramatic Club will render ‘‘The Sad l>odge Grove” at Shorter chapel Thursday evening, March l«th, for the benefit of Club No. 9, Mrs. Unity Halt, captain, Mrs. Josie E. Andrew, director. Don’t miss it. The Mite Missionary Society is jub ilant over the success of Thursday evening’s musical. Many thanks to the participants and to Miss Marie L. Smith who won the prize for selling tickets. CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMES WASHINGTON, PASTOR. 2542 ARAPAHOE ST Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. Class meeting, 12 m. Allen’s Endeavor League, 0:30 p. ra. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve ning at 8 o’clock. Quarterly meeting services: Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. A. M. Ward, P. E. Communion. 3 p. m. Rev. R. L. Pope will deliver the sermon. Allen’s Endeavor League at 0:30 p. m. Quarterly conference will meet Tuesday evening, March 7th, at 8 o’clock. Prayer meeting 'Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock. Last Sunday at 3 p. m. the Y. M. C. A. held a meeting at Campbell chapel which was both interesting and largely attended. Bishop J. Albert Johnson will preach for us Sunday evening, March 19th, and give us an illustrated lec ture on Africa Tuesday evening, March 21st. The Ushers’ Club was entertained last Friday evening by its president. Stephen B. Ix>we. After the business meeting, a delicious course dinner was served and was highly enjoyed by those present. The improvement, committee will present a drama March 10th. March 17tli the Welcome Hand so ciety will give a leap year entertain ment and program. •COTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE. Rev. R. F. Rader, Pastor Substitute. Preaching promptly at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Junior League, 3:00 p. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Scott church was the honored hos tess on last Sunday afternoon to the other churches of the city. A large crowd was present. Excellent papers relating to woman’s work and Chris tian Activity were read by Mesdames Bond and Proman respectively. Prof. Morrison rendered a beautiful violin solo. Revs. Washington and Over made encouraging and interesting re marks. Rev. Washington conducted the offering which amounted to $29. Rev. Slutz acted as master of cere monies. Shorter choir furnished ex cellent music for the service, which was greatly enjoyed by all. The com mittee and members of Scott M. E. church extend thanks to each and all. Capt. Gallimore and her club will entertain the public on the evening of March 21st with the popular drama “How She Cured Him.” Somebody will receive a beautiful chocbeted nut set at this entertainment as a prize. See contestants. March 14 will bring the lovers of Tood music and sweet songs to Scott ■‘hurcli to hear the leading stars of Denver in their best productions. You cannot afford to miss this treat. Members who have not received coupon books will call on your cap ‘ains for them. Remember the rally ends March 24, Just five days before annual conference. We begin Sunday to collect benev olence. Every member is asked to •’ay the dollar, or a* much of it as vou can, until all is paid in. Seventy lollars is asked of Scott church for conference claim. Revs. Slutz and Bell filled the pul pit morning and evening last Sunday. «n tba of Rev. Rader, subatl tute pastor. Church of The HOLY. REDEEMER. (Episcopal) 22nd Ave. and Humboldt Sta. Rev. Henry B. Brown, Vicar. 7:30 a. m.—Celebration of The Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. in. —Sunday School. 11:25 a. m. —Choral Solemn Euchar ist with Sermon subject, "The Prin cess of the Three Christian Graces." 7:45 p. m. —Choral Solemn Evensong with Sermon, subject, "The Asoent to Jerusalem." Ash Wednesday, March 8th, 7:30 a. m.—Celebration of The Holy Euchar ist. 8:00 p. m. —Choral Evensong with Sermon. Friday, 4 p. m. —Junior Choir Re hearsal. 8:00 p. m.—Litany and general choir rehearsal. Do not fail to attend the grand spring musicale and -social. at the Cathedral Chapter. House, 1331 Clark son St., Tuesday evening at 8:30, un der the auspices of St. Perpetua Guild. An attractive programme will be ren dered. THE PEOPLE'S PRESBYTERIAN. East 23d Ave and Washington St Curate, L. B. West, S. T. B. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. The Y. W. C. A. held its regular meeting in the club room on Monday evening. The president, Mrs. A. M. Ward, gave an interesting discussion on the life of Phyllis Wheatly and told why this slave girl, raised under adverse circumstances, should mean so much to the race. The Vesper services on Sunday af ternoon were well attended, showing that this branch of the association is highly appreciated. They will be held every Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the club room. Sunday was Y. \V. C. A. day and all the churches had sermons appro priate for the day. At Shorter's chapel on Sunday evening a large crow r d attended to hear the sermon. It is not too late to join the First Aid class which meets every Monday night under direction of Dr. Cruinp. Miss Scott is teaching the gosiml of John every Thursday evpning from 7 to 8. Miss Bensen is willing to help in anv branch of sewing desired, from 8 to 9. and Miss Hoking has the every day English class from 9 to 9:40. Gymnasium is proving very inter esting and beneficial. Many are still joining this class. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. The social which was held on the evening of Washington's birthday was a very pleasant event, and was attended by unite a large number, it was rendered additionally pleasant by the presence of the wives and lady friends of the different members. Re freshments were served by Mrs. Sprague and Mrs. Parks. The committee appointed 4£Uf0° time ago to arrange for the member ship campaign to be held in tile spring, beginning April 10th and con tinuing thru the 20th, held a meeting last Friday evening. The plan is to have fully a dozen teams of about five members each, together wiih two teams of boys, and to make ;l thor ough and systematic canvas of the men of the city. Another meeting will be held on Friday evening. March 3rd, at 8 o'clock. The public meeting, the second oi the kind, held at Campbell A M. E. church last Sunday afternoon was full of interest and very helpful. About two hundred were present. Tlie music was led by the junior choir of the church, under the direc ion of Mrs Craig. The address was deliv ered l>v Rev. Guy E. Konkol. pastor of the Christ M. E. church, who spoke on “The Christian Life." Seldom has a stronger and more helpful address been heard. Next Sunday afternoon the meet ings will be held as usual a' the Y. M. C. A. building. Meeting for boys at 2:30 o’clock and for men at ♦. ATI are invited. COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. Many people cough and cough from the beginning of fall right thru to spring. Othere get cold after cold. Take Dr. King's New Discovery and you will get almost Immediate relief. It checks your cold, stops tin rack ing. rasping, tissue-tearing cough, heals the Inflammation, soothes tlie raw tubes. Easy to take, antiseptic and healing. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery today. "It is certainly a great medicine and I keep a bottle of it continually on band." writes W. C. Jesseman, Franconia. N. H. Money back If not satisfied. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIHTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. Sunday School at 1:30 p. m Preaching at 3 o’olock. Bible Training Class, 7:30 each Fri day evening. Elder E. J. Clark, teacher. You are cordially Invited to each of these aervlcea. P. W. COLEMAN. Sec’7 B. J. CATLETT, Sirpt. Colorado Annual Conference Directory. Rocky Mountain District—Rav. A. M Ward, Presiding Elder, Shorter Chapel, Denver, Rev. Hol> ert L. Pope. B. D. Payne Chapel, Colorado Springs Rev J. \j. Williams. Campbell Chapel, Denver. Rev. Jas Washington. St. John. Pneblo, Rev. W. T. Big gers, LL B. p» Paul, Pueblo. Rev. John Adams D. D. Salt Lake City, Utah, Rev. D. R Jones. Ore re Chanel. Cheyenne, Wyo Rev. F. L. Donoboo. t 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. and Crawford, Neb., Rev. Grant Kirby. Rook .Springs and Laramie, to be supplied. Leadvllle and Salida to be supplied. Dearfield Mission dnder 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. Mc- Cully. Santa Fe, N. M., Rev. J. E. Wil liams. Globe and Miami, Ariz., Rev. F. O. Graves. Wals'enburg, Rev. T. L. Cate. Prescott, Gallup and Flagstaff. Rev W. L. N. Baker.* Douglas and Bisbee, Rev. T. M Reeves. Durango and Silverton, to be sup- CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH of Me HOLY REDEEMER Cor. 22nG Are. end Humboldt. I bcee York 5700. PEOPLES' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. Waehlngton and 23rd Avee. Phone York 2184. SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd St and Washington Ave Phone Main 7058. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 24th Aw. and Ogden 8L York 8377 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Phone Main 7805. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 24th St_ between California and Stout Sts. Phone York 8183. SCOTT M. £. CHURCH 28th Ave. and Clarkson St. Phoaa BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 32nd Ave. and Lafayette Bt. Phone York 7647. MT. OLIVE BAPriSI MISSION, 38th and Blake streets. L. J. JONES, PABTOR. PHONE CHAMPA IS9. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Comer Thirty-first and Walnut Sts. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 GLENARM PLACE. Lodge Directory. r. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Titus S. Rector. G. M 3716 Welton SL Wm. Sprague. G. SecL. 3484 Gilpin 8L Rocky ML Lodge No. 1, let and 3rd Mondays of each month 2630 Weltoo SL Hiram Commanaerv. -2nd Tmrnoay of each month, only) 1834 Arapahoe 81. Mnsonlo Consistory, Oat and 3rd Tuesdays at 32 Goode nidsr.l Queen of Sbeba CourL 2nd and 4th Friday of each mouth. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. 13 let and 3rd Tuesday of each moDth (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Lone Star Chapter O. E. 8.. Ist and 3rd Th uraday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton St Centennial Lodge No. 4, 2nd and 4th Monday of each monlb 1834 Arapahoe Si KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Graad Officers. W. H. Bees, Grand Chancellor, Colorado Springs, ;oln Chaa. 8. Muse. O. K. of R. A 8. 1221 Gaylord Aetna Company, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of eao.l month. 1884 Arapahoe St Pythias Lodge No. 11. Ist and 3rd Wednesday of oae< month. 1884 Arapahoe Damon I/sl*» No, 6, let and 3rd Frldaya of each month 2830 Welton 8 Columbine Catanthe (K. of P.) tnd and 4th Tueadaya of each month 368(1 Welton Rt Rocky Mt. Coart Calanthe. 2nd taf eti svi„ of *erß SMBtl 1524 Arapahoa I treat a. b. O. OF O. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. GRAND OFFICERS. Or. Paul E. Spratlln, D. G. M. 82 Uoode Bldg. Geo. 8. Coo tee, D. Q. Sect., 2*1.2 Welton 8L Rocky Mt. Lodge 2320, let and 3rd Thuradaya of each month 3630 Welton St. Arapahoe Lodge No. 2936, lat and 3rd Monday of each month 1834 Arapahoe SL Denver Lodge No. 3646, 2nd and 4th Thuradaya of each month 1834 Arapahoe Si Houeehold of Ruth No. 373, lat and 3rd Tuesday of each month 2830 Welton St House- hold of Ruth No. 4130, 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2 p. m. 2830 Welton 31 P. G. M. Council No. 118. 1834 Arapahoe. (4th Tuesday only.) Denver Patriarchy No. 87. Fourth Tuesday of each month. 2630 Welton St juveniles No. 371 (Odd Fellows). Ist and 3rd Saturday of each month at 2 p. m„ 2630 Welton U. B. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Emmett Cammel, G. M, 2807 Welton St Queen of the West Temple. First and third Thursday of each 1334 Arapahoe St Webster Temple (2 p. m.) Webster Temple, 2nd and 4th Wednes lay of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St Speed Lodge No. 8 First and thbd Saturday of each month. 2630 Welton St. X Western Star Lodge Ne. 1 Ist and 3rd Tueadaya of each month l»e4 Arapahoe 8t Captolla Temple (S. M. T.). Ist and 3rd Saturdays of each month at 2 p. m. 1834 Arapahoe St I Golden Gate Juveniles No. 1 (8. M.T.) 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month at 2 p. m. 1834 Arapahoe St. Howard Juveniles No. 3 (8. M. T.) 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month at 2 p. m. 2630 Welton St. Queen Elizabeth Temple No. 8 Second and fourth Thursday of eact month at 2 p. m. 2830 Walton St Naomi Temple Ne. 12 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month 2630 Welton SL Columbine Temple 4S. M. T.). 2nd and 4th Mondays of aaeh month 3630 Walton Si Mountain Lodge Elks No. S 3. 2nd and 4tb 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 2046 Champa St. Mystic Shrine meets second and fourth Thursday nights at Nippon Hall, 2043 Champa SL i O.LW. GLENN [Groceries and Smoked Meats VEGETABLES IN SEASON Phone orders receive strictest alter lien PhoneVMain 27.37 Welton St. 773* Denver, COlO. Your Credit Is Good fimSrL WITH THE W KORTZ JEWELRY CO. This 20 year guaranteed IS Jew el, Elgin or Wall hr m WATCH Regular price $25.00, now on sale for up 0a the first payaeat of sl.ls yoa take the pay SOc A WEEK Kortz Jewelry Co. 816 Fifteenth St. DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE meets the second and fourth Tues days in each month at 2711 Welton St. KNIGHTS OF TABOR Golden West Tabernacle No. S6S St. James Temple No. 457 meets Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. BOYKINS TABERNACLE. The Boykins Tabernacle, 333-777, Grand Order 12 No. 461, meets the first and third Saturday of each month. Fern Hall, 2711 Welton. AMERICAN WOODMEN. Camp No. 1 of Amerioan Woodmen meets last Thursday evening of each month at Nippon hall, 2051 Champa. i POINTS OF INTEREST. State Capitol, Colfax and Lincoln. Union Depot. 17th and Wynhoop sis. City Hall, 14th and Larimer Sts. Auditorium, 14tb and Cartle Sts Public Bathhouse, 20tb and Curtis Sts. Public Library'. 34th and Mannocn Firs Ilep’L, 25th and Gleaarm Place. Inspiration Point Federal Building, IStb and Champs SCIATICA’S PIERCING PAIN. To kill the nerve pains of Sciatica you can always depend on Sloan's Lin* iment. It penetrates to the seat of pain and brings ease as soon as it is applied. A great comfort too with Sioan’s is that no rubbing is required Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for stop ping muscular or nerve pain of any kind. Try it at once if you suffer with HheuinatiHm. Lumbago. Sore Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent for Neuralgia and Head. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO WEAR DIAMONDS IF YOU BUY YOUR COAL FROM W. 0. 8IUOND8. ONLY THE MINT CAN MAKE MONEY WITHOUT ADVERTISING THEREFORE ADVERTISE IN THE STAR - HAMPTON DEFEATS LINCOLN. University Boy* Drop Championship Basketball Gama to Virginians. The Hamilton (Va.) Institute basket ball team won fcham plonsblp Saturday night. Feb. 12. by Its defeat of the IJncoln (Pa.) univer sity team. 44 to 20. The game was fast and clean throughout, a floe ex hibition of scientific basketball. Dur ing the drat, half the Hampton team dkl such wonderful passing and shoot ing that the Lincoln team seemed be wildered. This half ended 28 to 7 In Hampton's favor. The second half began with a dash more to the liking of the many spec tators who witnessed the game. The young boys of IJncoln did splendid work, and especially spectacular was the fast dribbling of N. Yoatf. who several times carried the ball from one end of the gymnasium to the other. The passing and shooting of Gayle. Gurnoe and Edwards for Hampton were the features of the game. The referee was II. II. Skinner; timekeeper, it. Stoney; scorer, H. llarrey. Mrs. Martha Schofield Dies at A Ikon. Mrs. Martha Schofield, teacher of the freedmen at Sea island In 18HT* and i founder of the Schofield Normal nnd Industrial school at Aiken. 8. C.. died at Aiken recently at the age of seven ty-stx. She was known throughout the country and greatly beloved by the colored people on account of tier high character and the ideyotlan to the cause of education among the colonel people nil of her Ufa.