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THE NEWPORT ANNEX CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM Short Orders at All Hours. Regular Dinner 20c from 12 noon to 3 p. m. Special Sunday Dinner, 30c. We make a specialty of the BeBt Coffee in the City. PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR LADIES Give us a trial. We will try to please you. We solicit your patronage We have In connection 15 Nicely Furnished Rooms. Also the Old Reliable NEWPORT THIRST PARLOR RICHARD FRAZIER A TOM LEWIS, Proprietors 1841-3-6 ARAPAHOE ST., DENVER, COLO. TELEPHONE MAIN 7413 ■|H = THE kM| CAPITOL ■HR CLUB A SOCIAL CLUB MACK SMART Manager 821 Twentieth Street Denver, Colorado THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE Of Yesterday is the TELEPHONE ©ORDER house of To-day. The Hails are slow. The Long Distance Tele phone places your order and brings its acceptance in one conversation. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. THE NAME OF THAT GOOD GIN IS EL BART MADE IN UNITED STATES . ■ ■ i FIRE PROOF STEAM HEAT PALMER HOTEL T. H. JOHNSON Preprfeter Newly Built and Newly Furnished HOT AND COLD BATHS 2130 Arapahoe Street Denver, Colo. ADVANTAGES OFFENDED at Tuskegee Institute The enrollment at Tuskegee Inetl- sion get a splendid opportunity In tote for the school year Just cloeed general farming and in the use of lm waa 1,702. Of this number 1,114 were proved farm Implements and Intensive young men, 221 of whom took agri- methods. cnlture as a trade. Three and four crops are grown The advantages offered by the Agri- each year on our truck garden. In cultural Department of Tutkegee In- which there are eighty scree to grow stltute ere exceptional The teaching vegetables for the school and town, la excellent, the latest Improved lm- This division hae realized from $300 piemen ts ere used and the very best MOO an acre on some of its garden oreeds of live stock are maintained. The truck garden operates two The following Industries ere of- wagons, tered: Farming, truck gardening. Peaches, strawberries, grapes, fruit growing, care and management 'dtriston of males and horses, dairy husban- JO&L dry, dairying, poultry raising, swine **;“** *” deTote<1 to thl * Mn<1 °* - «. — —W JSTT meat of horses end mules, has 172 enc *’ bead of stock under its charge wMoh It Is impossible for the Institution are used to do the work on the Cana to supply the demand tor persons and .the hauling of the school, trained In agriculture. Applications The dairy husbandry division -con come for persons to teaeh agriculture tains a herd of 212 heed of cattle, la various schools, while others are which supply milk to the dairy, which wanted to manage dairies, to oversee Is made Into butter and cheese or the wort of n large plantation, to sold as wh.-. or skim milk to the operate a track farm. Good salaries boarding department of the school, are offered. and to the town. The school farm consists of 2,400 Any young man with a purpose In acres; 1.000 acres of this land are us- Hew can secure an agricultural ado dsr cultivation. In the farming dM- cation at Toshegee Institute at little slon it is the plan to raise an food- expense to himself, stuffs as nearly as possible for the - or information as to courses of 1,200 head of Uve stock owned by the study, expenms, etc., letters Should school The young men In this dlvl- be addressed to Booker T. Washington Principal Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee, Alabama THE .ST"JkTEBHAIV DENVER PERSONAL MENTION NOTEB OF THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. ... Last Sunday morning the -pastor presetted trom the Genial Ot BL Pet er." The discourse seemed to Save Been enjoyed by a large congregation oi worshippers. The smgra4*bjr ioth the congregation and the choir Was especially nne. The nigh spiritual tone which marks our Sunday wor ship is a splendid tribute to the fel lowship which now exists In Zion. At the evening service we re ports from the national convention by Sisters Lillie L. Smith and T. U. Per kins. Both the addresses were ex ceptionally good and were received very kindly Dy tnose who heard them. Sister Smith reported on the work of the convention and Sister Perkins, greatly interested her hearers by an instructive account of the conditions prevailing among our people In the Last. Sunday closed the rally which lias occupied the attention of Zion for the last month. The total to date Is sl, 11119.55, lacking just st>o.4s of the fig ure that was set. This small amouu. will come in during the next fen days. Taking all things Into coneiu eration, this is the most remarkanie rally ever held by any church in the city. Zion still leads. -The Pastor’s Aid society and tht Board of Ushers tendered to the pat tor a most delightful reception fo. men only on last Tuesday night j very delightful program of speeches was rendered and a very elaborau supper was served. This was a mo». gratifying courtesy to the pastor, no. only as a mark of appreciation of the work he is trying to do for the men, but when the men of the church take such a step to show their appreciation for and loyalty to Ihe e Sorts which are being put forth, it means much for the future of the kingdom. In a few days invitations will he out Inviting all the men of the com munity to enroll in this season's "Bi ble class" for men. The pastor is planning to give especial attention to the work of this class and hopes to see the enrollment reach above the 100-mark. Every man is welcome and . is Invited to come. The Sleeting night is Tuesday from 8 till 9 o'clock. Our sick list still Includes the fol lowing: Sisters Ethel Layton, Clara Monroe, Grace Wiggins. Brother Max Andrews and little Samuel Bussell, the youngest son of Brother Sad Sis ter Russell, who was taken this week with diphtheria.' Do not forget o pray for these dear ones. The doll contest Is now on and that beautiful 135.00 doll la on exhi bitten at Tuttle and Metaner’s drug storey corner Twenty-sixth and Welton streets. The doll will be on exhibi tion there all next week and will be removed to another place for the • week following. Announcements will be made from time to time. The first of the series of sermons from the Temptation of Jesus will he delivered tomorrow night The sub ject is: "Divine Power: How Shall I Use It?” Text: "If Thou be the Son of God, make these stones bread.” The public la cordially la med. NOTES OF THE PEOPLE’S PRES BYTERIAN CHURCH. Sermon topics, Sunday, Oct. 15th: II a. m„ "The Curse of Ignorance.’' 7 p. m„ "Why I Believe the Bible,” Rom. 10:17; 15:4. Y. P. C. E. 7:10 p. m., “When the Unexpected Hap pens, Then WhatT” As we go to press newt has Just been received of the death of Miss Arizona Hughes, niece of Mr. Lon Hughes and cousin of Mr. and Mm. Will Kinchlou. On behalf of the mem bers of this church, the pastor ex tends heartfelt sympathy to the be reaved family, who are substantial members of the People's. The Guild had a splendid program last Tuesday night After the routine work, Mrs. Stella Maddox read a very Instructive paper setting forth the ap peal of Rev. D. Abeel for construct!** work in foreign missions. Mrs. Clan Davis, an active member of the Mis sionary society, and Miss G. StrlpUa, her daughter, both of whom were vis itors, helpfully discussed the pspnr. Miss Fannie Edmonds, a graduate Of one of our leading schools, was the hostess for the Guild. A healthy re past was quite an appetizer to me aftermath of the meeting. The Guild is under obligations to Miss Edmonds for her treat. The Woman's Missionary society had their sessions In the chapel Tfk day night. Ample arrangements worn made for their missionary concert tts first Sunday night In November. Monday night promptly at fjj# o’clock Mme. Brown of Chicago, tbi IS THE WORLD GROWING BET TER? Many things go to prove that IUK The way thousands are trying to Wfm, others la proof. Among them is fMe W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, M.H. Finding good health by taking trie Bitters, ahe now advise* «njo sufferers, everywhere, to take tMBf. “For years I suffered with itomtim and kidney trouble,” ahe *dN| 'Every medicine I used failed (fftK took Electric Bitters. But tbia gMBf remedy helped me wonderMMSwf They’ll help any woman. They’ngjnf beat tonic and finest Uver and kllMl remedy that’s made. Try them. 3mm will m. 50c at all druggists. JJjAJ 2 nightingale of the race, wtai ting tat recital extraordinary at the People’! church. Here Is a coveted opportun ity for lows of the nee to shew their appreciation of this rising lady b their presence. The support of the Denver public In the pest is a pointer that you will be with ns on this oc casion. We therefore thank you in advance for your spirit of coopera tion. The Guild will Serve chicken sandwiches, coffee, cream, etc., at the close. The madsme leave# Tuesday morning for Colorado Springs. The Rev. Thos-Hasoll, 8. T. B-, leaves next Tuesday to attend the oynod of Colorado, in session at the First Presbyterian onnrcn of Greeley. There will be an adjourned meeting of the Presbytery of Denver in con nection with the Synod, matters per taining to the Union Presbyterian church of Westminster will be con sidered. The pastor will return to oc cupy his pulpit the following Sunday. QUEEN CITY MUSICAL ASSOCIA TION. Keep off the date of Nov. 28th, aa the greatest event of the season will take place in the first of their series of entertainments to be given at Bast Turner hall. Members desiring to take part in this entertainment most attend at least nine rehearsals. J. I. Hanks entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Greenleaf, Miss Pauline Chisin and her mother at a most beau tiful and delicious five-course dinner Sunday noon at the home of Mrs. Greenleaf. The table was beautifully decorated with red and white carna tions and ferns. The colors were red. white and green throughout the'din ner. After dinner the gents spent the afternoon at the closing ball game oi the season at Broadway park. The ladies spent the afternoon chatting and being entertained with music b> Mrs. Greenleaf. AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY. Timely advice given Mr*. C. Wil oughby of Marengo. WIs. (R. No. 1), prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. Doctors hau said her frightful cough was a "consumption" cough and could do little to help her. After many remedies failed, her aunt urged her to take Dr. King’s New Dis covery. “I have been using it for some time,” she wrote, ’’and the aw ful cough has almost gone. It also saved my little boy when taken with s severe bronchial trouble.’ ’ This matchless medicine has no equal for throat and lung troubles. Price SOc and 11.00. Trial bottle free. Guar antied by ail druggists. • NOTICE of final settlement. In the matter of the estate of Lula Belle Smith, deceased. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 23rd day of October, A. D. 1911. being one of the regular days ot the September term of the County Court of the City and County of Den ver, in the State ot Colorado, I, Ches ter A. Franklin, as administrator of said estate, will appear before the Judge of said Court, present my Baal settlement as such administrator, pray the approval of the same, and will then apply to be discharged aa such administrator. At which time and place any person in interest may appear and present objections to the saase, if any there be. Dated at Denver, Colorado, Sept, ttrd. 1911. CHBSTSiK A. r RANK LIN, As administrator of the estate of Lula Belle Smith, deceased. H. BROWN 'Will deliver 2 or more Seeks of Cool to sny part of the city free. If you have phone I will pay ALL KINDS OF COAL Telephone Champa 2490 1010 19th St., Denver, Colo. Phone Main 7947 WfL VOIGTS Watchmaker and Jeweler Wfttohu, C(mM, Jtwtliy, WntiMM, FINK RETAKING OF ALL KINDS 61127 th Street, At 6 Points MRS. D. L. JONES or hot smiNee, shr. TEACSOt OF HUSURT, FJUKY spi, mix tura uum ",. aieo ; MAieoHseeiNO. manicure MAASAQC SCALP TMATMSNT ‘ e Mraeaeaae ■ kJ. SULLIVAN FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Artirtie Funeral Designs st Short Notice 534 15th St., neer Welton Phone Mein *4BB I. H. BIGGINS 2231 WASHMGTON FURNITURE REPAIRING sEcow-HANonmimiH BOUGHT AND SOLD Phona, Main 4610 ICE CREAM The Five Points Creamery Makes the Best Cream in the City, and Retails it at $1.25 per gallon. Special Rates to Organisations and Churches. v. Phone us, we will deliver promptly 817 E. 26th AVE. PHONE MAIN 4898 ■■■■ mmmmm ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ thu r J. R. WARD FURNITURE ft AUCTION CO. 1010-16-18 EIGHTEENTH STKEET SOI AT AUCTION EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M. Furniture Bought for Cash or solid on commission RESIDENT SALES A SPECIALTY The Cheapest house In town to buygoods, you can’t afford to miss us. Phone Main 7848 J. C.!HAMPSON,< President E. T. McELVAIN, Secretary V~I THE ATLAS DRUG CO. Sm.wnr a J. C. HAMPSON WsMlVlth A Wehon Sts. Denser, Cole. JPHaae Main SSO. STS ftatmvm Complete Line ef Drugs, Cheanioels, Hi Patent Medicines and Tailat Articles s * C< * lTY FMST-CUSS MKS MUJMMS FC9FMNtVBSE -■■■■■■- = ~VOUW PATNONAOK SOUCITCO Special Sunday Excursioa Rates > THE CeUNUUIO a SOUTHERN IT. OFFERS The Far-Famed Georgetown LOOP TRIP $2 00 TBAIN AT &W A. M. Celarado Spring* and ( „nn Pdorm. ■•gwgacriand Trail Manttoa t ** Trip” It m Train* at aooa.Sta.oo A. M. - ... P&a’. Peak WOO « Po*blo 8 26 (ineiadre Bad Rock, Park. ij.v. njillie* I 26 Admleeion efleethre Map U) Cpippla Creek _4 10 Otod<* Ldk* IIS (Via Bhort Line) Bealdar 1 §0 Train at 8.00 A. 11. Oaidan W Picturesque Platte Canon Reeorta $1 00 to 91.26 Also Sunday to Monday Rates to Many Points f The Regular Summer Tourist Rates for the Seaaon to all State Points are placed on sale SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1911 T. s. niHM, - Oeaeral hnam Agent. Danrer, Cola. AwV Do you work for money? Why not IM4| §BHSm your money work for you. Oun works * ARTjW night and day, and we can place ywn [in ***** Poeltfen, talk it over with THE COLORED AMERICAN LOAN & REALTY CO. a ? T SaT.^JF , S TY “ F,R3T ST - A. A. WALLER, Seoretary and Manager la.i'ii". jiggg=g-sBSBBBaHaeBgaB K TOWADg POE THE HAIR j I 9 The Denver Barters Supply Co. | J *W7 CBsnsrm Bteust a wlj U MumWimlm Mil Wk Si Aw i 9 rmrmmrjy n TWi iMi VL 1 »*fiS ■Jij ■■ 1 ■H- I' l BELIEVING the Wert. Theatrical Oo*u, Brealas Oewnr. pin* nil Dree* OaMe fmr eant. We boy an* eeH get* j "W»e only ArteHoan In the beeiaeee h» Me etty. ■ M IMB Street Phene Mala Mil Mata i M. Masaa uagrTAuawMsFAt—mu NESSMAXM PAKLOtS Ladies’ Suits Remodeled Qoaaected with the Liondoa Clothes Cleaning and Pressing Co. 76-78 Broadway Denver, Colo. Phone South 669