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Nov. ID—Harvest dancing party by Self-Improvement Club at Old Colony ball. Nov. 28 —Playlet at Central church. Thanksgiving dinner at Central church by choir and Mission Circle. Nov. 28 —Football dance at Eureka hall by Palm Leaf Club. Nov. 2S —Football game at Union park. Dec. 26—Drama by Central church at Eureka hall. It is easy to say and easy to remem ber: “Franklin’s paper is now “The Star." Get used to It and tell your friends. FOR RENT- -Furnished rooms in modern house* Mrs. E. Rivers, 2336 Ogden street, York 7110. Mrs. O. Disham has gone to the Northwest on a visit. FOR RENT Furnished front room. Mrs. Baldwin, 3155 High St. L. M. Stamps is carrying an injured hand as the result of blood poisoning. He is making satisfactory recovery. FOR RENT—Five-room house for $17.50. Modern Inquire of Mrs. Wal ker. Phone York 4015; 1623 Gilpin street. FOR RENT—Seven-room modern house at 103 D 26th avenue Enquire of Mrs M. A Holley, 261 S Downing Phone York 222 D. FOR RENT Furnished front room at 2738 Arapahoe street. Phone Champa 3G6D. Theodore, brother of Harvey Groves of Manltou. was painfully injured when a team ran away with him last last week Young Groves is on the football team that will play in this city Thanksgiving. Hear the stars of the. evening pre sented by the A. H. C. Club Monday evening. November 25. General ad mission, 25c. Mrs Martha McCarroll of I*os An geles is the guest of Mrs David Tur ner 'or the winter Mr Turner, who has been visiting at his old home In Kansas, has returned. Mrs Turner has been sick for the past two weeks. convah cent. Mrs I). Reed of 1376 Pearl street entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Wed nesday of last week in honor of Mrs Fred Ross of Atchison. Kan Plates were laid for fifteen and the decora tions were green and white. The mask ball which was to have been at Eureka hall Inst Monday night will be Monday night .the 18th. at the same place. Mrs Sarah Jane Taylor of Inde pendence. Mo . died in that city Mon day evening. Her granddaughter. Mrs. Addie Perkins, was called to that city three weeks ago to he at her bedside. The Amanda Smith Mixiliary. No. 2. met with Mrs. Cynthia Lang Tues day evening A number of officers and members were present After partaking of a dainty luncheon the Auxiliary adjourned to meet with Mrs. Cora Robinson Tuesday at 1421 Gilpin street. We wish to thank the friends for their kindness in our bereavement and for the beautiful floral offerings. MRS. CHARI.ES MURPHY. MRS JOHN OWENS. JOHN SCOTT and GRANDCHILDREN. Mrs. Nora Thompson of Duluth, Minn., Is visiting her mother. Mrs. R. A. Duncan, of 1651 Lafayette street. Let Patrick write your insurance In th<» Union Health and Accident Com pany. Phone York 6514. Nov. 12. 1012. Union Health and Accident Company, F. S. Moore. Pres. Dear Sir: 1 thank you for the amount of my claim in full, received through Mr. Patrick this day. I ap preciate your company and recom mend it to my friends. 1 am. Yours very truly. MRS. SARAH CARRIE. 2600 Lafayette street. Mrs. R. L. Norman entertained charming Sunday at a dinner. Her dinner guests were Rev. and Mrs. Over nnd daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Porter, and Mrs. Chambers. All departed declaring Mrs. Norman an ideal hoßteet. CHIROPRACTIC PRACTITIONER. The spinal nerve with the points of emergency from the cord, the many connecting nerves between the con trol and the sympathetic system thereby show the Inter-comrtiunicntion and make plain the reason why the chiropractic can and does obtain re sults In any part of the human body, whether It bo eye. ear. nose, head or face, or any organ or limb. Treat ments by appointment. Call and see Mrs. Alice Johnson McGinnis of 2022 Welton street. Phono Main 4550. City News A CHANGE OF NAME AND NOTH ING MORE. It is easy to say and easy to remem ber: "Franklin’s paper is now "The Star." Get used to it and tell your friends. Throw away your old china. Get one of the dinner sets which The Statesman offers Its subscribers. Sold for half the store price. Only $2.50 the set. Two and three rooms furnished apartments, with hot and cold water in each kitchen. Also furnished rooms singlp. Katys very reasonable. Elec tric lights and modern throughout. 2352-2358 Ogden street, corner 24th avenue. Phone York 6707. MRS. R. M. BLAKEY. Cail on Mrs. Jessie Bryant of 2602 Welton street for dressmaking. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Phone Champa 2247. John Tumlln of (’olorado Springs spent some time in this city this week. Reginald Norris, the coal dealer, was shot by officers on Monday morn ing while they were raiding a Chinese laundry next to his place of business. Reports are conflicting as to how he was involved in the matter, but it seems clear that he had no part in the conduct of the laundry or the hop joint attached to it He was shot by the officers through the door, so that It may prove out that he is the victim of malice on the part of the officers. Rev. J. C. C. Owens, who came to the city a few days ago. has returned to his work as presiding elder of the Kansas Conference. He is making his home in Kansas City. Mrs. Owens will remain here n while. \V. T Vaughan was pleasantly sur prised on Wednesday by the arrival of his son Wallace from the Missouri valley. He will visit with him and wife for a while The nremen of Engine No. 3 are talking mightily these days of the chicken feast given them a few days ago by Rev, and Mrs. Owens. It was only the man off on vacation that day who has any grief. They did justice to the cooking ana are said to he wondering who will make the chicken feast a permanent institution Miss Mattie Over was hostess for a few friends on Tuesday night, compli mentary to Mrs. Bell of Chicago. A GREAT BUILDING FALLS When its foundation is undermined, and if the foundation of health —good digestion—is attacked, quick collapse follows On the first signs of indiges tion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and reg ulate the liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at all druggists. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH, E. 32nd Ave. and Lafayette St. Sunday is the day that we have sot apart to hold our rally, and to whom this may concern, to-wit, on or about the third day of September, 11112, the Bethlehem Baptist church did bargain buy and enter into a church building, situated in the city and county of Denver, state of Colorado. After pay ing $2,200 on said building as part payment of $7,000, the trustees of the above named church did execute notes payable within three months, six months and every* twelve months thereafter until the sum of sf.sno shall have been paid. Our tlrst in stallment will soon he due and we are making this special appeal to you for your assistance in raising $500.00. Our success is the race’s success; our failure is the race’s failure. Order of services for Sunday; II a. m.. preaching by the pastor. Subject, "The Life Giving Stream, or Christian Progress," ICzekiel 47:9. 1 p. m., Sunday school 3 p. m., grand rally. 'Uov. K. L. Pope, pastor "UE STA’I ESMAN- The Pond Lily Art club met on Nov. 7 with Mrs. C. L. Campbell. After the usual devotional exercises, the mem bers were allowed one hour for work. The chairman of the literary depart ment took charge. In the absence of Miss Smith, Mrs. Carter favored us with a piano solo, which was grand. A paper by Mrs. Gertrude Patterson, "How, What and When to Do.” was well rendered. Its equal has not yet been heard in Denver, and the chair man gave thirty minutes for a general discussion of the paper, in which all took part. We postponed the remain der of the program until next Month. We were elegantly served by the host ess. The club will meet Nov. 21 with Mrs. N. L Douglas of 1035 Mead street. —Mrs. N. L. Douglass. Pres.; Mrs. C. L. Campbell, Cor. Sec. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pollard of 1441 East 24th avenue entertained very charmingly at dinner Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Bennie C. Hough, a bride of a month. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames Hough. Brown. Campion and Barnett. Ff/R RENT —Neat, clean room for winter. $2 per week; 1822 Arapahoe street Mrs. Horn. Phone Main 7007. On Monday afternoon the Self-Im provement club will meet with Mrs S Harrington. 3228 Gilpin street. All members please come. Get your 'taters hoed and your corn laid by and be ready for the Harvest Home dance pul.led off by the Self-Im provement and Social club at Colony hall. Nov. 10th. Cy Webster, with his fiddlers, will be present and him and them ain't got no superiors. An old fashioned quadrille will be pulled off with Timothy Johns as promoter. Only those in rural costume will be allowed to take part in the above square dance. Thar’ ain’t no telling what other stunts may take place, maybe the barn dance or a corn-jig or two. If you ain't got nothing to wear, come right along just the same and buy an apron and cap from the ker mittee. Prizes for the biggest Rube and the neatest country lass. Tickets 25 cents. Mr. and Mrs. .1 Q. Hanks ar«* at home to their friends at 2409 Court Place Mrs Hanks was Miss Corinn Childress, an dtheir marriage some time ago now comes as a pleasant sur prise. ; The Sunshine club met last Thurs- ! day with Mrs. Wesley Lyons with much sunshine, good cheer and rescue work reported. The club meets next Thursday with Mrs. Lottie Martin of street Mrs Mi Pres.; Mrs. R. Butler. Sec'y A CHANGE OF NAME AND' NOTH ING MORE. It is easy to say and easy to remem- I ber: 'Franklin's paper is now “The! Star.” Get used to it and tell your I friends. of Shorter’s A. M. E., preacher of the hour. 6:30, B. Y. I*. U. Topic. "Mis takes Often Made.” Miss Arlethia Reynolds, leader. 7:30 p. in.. Rev. .1 11 Bell, missionary for Nex Mexico and Arizona, will preach. Strangers in the city and non-church members are cordially invited to attend the services. Tnkt» Lawrence car. get off E. 34til avenue and Lafayette street, go two blocks south; or take Stout street car, get oif E. 31st avenue and Lafayette street, go one block north. The musical given by Miss M. !. I'itzhugh. the blind dramatic soprano singer, was well attended and she deserves the patronage of our people wherever she may go. The East End Literary Society will hold a debate and discussion Tuesday evening at S p. m. Subject to be “Re solved that we should endorse separ ate schools problem." This subject will be discussed and debated by some of the most noted people of tli* city. At Bethlehem church, East 32d avenue and Lafayette street, at & o’clock. REV. A. E. REYONLDS. Pastor. 5 Hiram Commandery No. 2<» elected officers for the ensuing year of the fol lowing Sir Knights: Eminent Commandery. Geo. A. Derry. Generalissimo. John Little. Captain General. Geo. S. C’ontee. Prelate, Harrison Smith. Treasurer, L. C. Connell. Recorder, Oran C. Coens. Senior Warden. P. J. Jackson. Junior Warden, W. E. Ridgeway. Sir Knight Ridgeway transferred from Pike's Peak Commandery to Col orado Springs to Hiram Commandery No. 20, Denver, Colo. THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sermon topics Sunday, Nov. 17th. 11:00 a. m., “Our Country's Debt to Christ.” 4:15 p. m., "Mistakes Often Made.' C. E Prow, 14:1-24. 5 p m., “Units in Making Our Coun trv God’s Country.” MUSIC. Prel ide, "Melody in F” Adlam Solo and chorus. "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?’’ Brackett Alto solo and quartet, "A Prayer".. Engelmann Solo, duet and chorus. "Abide with Me” Cramer Offertory, "Pastorale in G". . . ~Adlam Poslude, "St. Mary's Cradle-Song” Adlam Home Mission Week will be ob served at the People’s for the next eight days, beginning tomorrow. The topics assigned by the Home Mission Council will be discussed every night next week as follows: Monday, American Indians. Africans and Asiat ics: Tuesday. The Frontier and Is land Possessions: Wednesday. The Immigrants: Thursday. The Rural Re gions and the Cities; Friday. Ameri can Social Problems. Saturday. Pray er and Fellowship. Everybody is in ' vited to these gatherings, which will last one hour, beginning at 8 o’clock. The instruction class for church I membership opens Wednesday night at 9 o’clock. Candidates are asked to report at the i nitiative session. Th« People's church has a place for all progressives. You have something I for our benefit. Coming Events: Thanksgiving din ner November 28; Mock Triel. What ’ Betame of Jennie Brice," December , 12: "Singing Contest by Old Folks.” , Mrs Mary Clinkscale, Manager. De | cember 19. ’ The attendance, offertory and spirit ual ty of last Sabbath's service called I for n many favorable comments by : the members and the many visitors Iwh worshipped with us. The serv -1 ice> are short, intelligent, spiritualiz ’ i ing inviting and well attended for the opportunity we have had in Denver. ' Th- afternoon hour. 5 to 6 o’clock. 1 i givs an opportunity to everybody ' who wishes to support such a. work ' as ours to come and help. Kev. Thos-Hazell united in mar riage Miss Lottie Coleman, alto singer i . of. jHe People’s Presbyterian church, and Mr. William Rose, son of Mrs. * Susie Rose, last Thursday Abundant 1 success to the bride and groom is the | wish of the minister and congrega i tion. Sunday afternoon a week ago. Mr. I and Mrs. John Hardy of 2524 Clark -1 son entertained at dinner the Revs. ‘ j Williams and Thos-Hazell of Central Baptist and People's Presbyterian < buret es Mr M:.- Thomas, par • j ents of Mrs. Hardy; Mr. McGruder and Mrs. Vera Finney. To the satis faction of all, the dinner was out of i the ordinary. “Mrs Nellie Marchbauks. one of the most loyal Presbyterians of the Peo ‘ pie's church, is convalescing after a period of a few weeks' sickness to the l joy of her friends. Mrs. Jesse Thrower is numbered among the sick. Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. vJ \J I"I regard the Tuskegee Institute as ■—- ■■ ■ —i the most considerable educational in- * vention of modern times,” writes _ Professor W. L. Thomas, professor of sociology in the University of Chi- ; jis T ’ cago. Industry is the spirit of Tuskgee —industry and discipline are made a habit. The choice of some 40 trades are offered young men and young : vw '' women. Tuskegee graduates are I earning from $5O to s>o and $lOO per Jr ■ / s \ month as academic teachers, farm ' * managers, steam and electrical en- , 9 ' \ gineers, tailors, teachers of domestic >' N J JB science, nurses—in fact, the demand *. J/-*' for men and women trained in all the trades at Tuskegee is far beyond the supply. The academic work is vital and '(tv real; it is close to realities. The seeks is strong. It ranks tifih in the Unit* d ing the Bible. It is guided 'ey a s chooi. Morning drills for boys, special suing jh>ols for boys and girls; at tractive grounds; more than l"o buildings large. comfortable. electric lighted: ISO teachers. Catalog will bo forwarded on re eeipt of id i cents for postage. Ad BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, BH Principal u\ l.\s I ITUTE UNIFORM CADET OFFICER. Tuskogee Institute, Ala. AND HAT. GO TO EUREKA HALL TAT-urarl THE BEST FLOOR W HLKL THE BEST MUSIC | THE BEST TIME IS Thanksgiving Night NOV. 28th UimCTrO'C fIDPUCCTDA will piiy Tin Military Two-stip TVLDoIL.no UnUnLO I nn Seaside Waltz, Spanish Waltz The Foot Ball Boys V THERE E The Crowd from nilio Rank WILL PLAY THE PIANO IN Ullie DanKb THE PALM GARDEN ADMISSION 35 CENTS GIVEN BY PALM LEAF CLUB “SILVER ASH LUMP” S3-9Q s Leave Orders at Office 1724 WELTON ST.