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BHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third Bts. REV. ROBT. L. POPE, B. D. f PASTOR. Our pastor will fill the pulpit to morrow and his sermon topic for the 11 o’clock service will he “Miracles of Good Cheer.” The evening hour will be devoted to a General Confer ence echo meeting with the following program: Places Visited —Rev. James Washing ton. Selection by choir. Philadelphia, the “City of Brotherly I^ove” —Mrs. Janie M. Pope. Selection by choir. People Whom I Met —Mrs. Anna Hicks. Selection by choir. General Conference Impressions Rev. R. L. Pope. You will enjoy this service and you owe it to yourself to be present. Our pastor and wife returned to the city Wednesday forenoon greatly refreshed from their trip, including Philadelphia, Atlantic City. Buffalo. N. Y., Niagara Falls, N. Y., Detroit, Mich., Chicago and Kansas City. The visit was a fountain of vigor for Mrs. Pope and she returns home almost her former self once again. While away our pastor was not allowed to be idle, for among other services ren dered he delivered an address, “The Denominational College lts Place and Function,” at the centennial edu cational anniversary, Philadelphia; filled the pulpit at Atlantic City, N. J.. Sunday, May 14th, and bore fra ternal greetings to the famous Betli any (John Wanatnaker’s) Sunday school —the largest in America, its membership being 3,G00. SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE. REV. G. S. SAWYER, Pastor. 2401 Emerson St. Phone York 6182 J. Sunday school. 9:43 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. and S p. m. Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Midweek services, 8 p. m. Wednes day. CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMEB WASHINGTON, PASTOR. 2542 ARAPAHOE ST Class meeting, 12 m. Allen’s Endeavor League, 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Class meeting, 12 m. Next Sunday is rally day. All per sons having soliciting books are re quested to report. The pastor will preach morning and evening. At the evening service he will give a sketch of his trip to the general conference. Quarterly meeting will be held Sun day. June 11th. The presiding elder. Rev. A. M. Ward, will be assisted by Mrs. M. C. Harris, an evangelist of Columbus, Ohio. After quarterly meeting, Mrs. Harris will conduct a series of meetings at this chapel. The Dramatic Club, directed by Mrs. S. Caldwell, presented the play, “Thompkins’ Hired Man,” sit Camp bell chapel May 29. It was well at tended and the amateurs were quite worthy of praise. Rev. W. H. Prince of Portland, Ore., preached two able sermons last Sun day to a large and appreciative audi ence. Rev. Prince and wife, after spending a few days in our city as guests of Rev. and Mrs. Jas. Washing ton. left Tuesday for their home in Portland, Ore. The pastor was elated on his return home to find the church in good con dition and successful during his ab sence. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Page will entertain the Welcome Hand at the residence of Mrs. 1). Wells, 2610 Arap ahoe. Thursday, June Ist. W. M. M. S. will meet Thursday, June Bth. with Miss Ethel Fitchue. Devotional Exercises, Mrs. Jessie Wims. Business. Current Events, Mrs. F. L. Caldwell. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Moore. Paper, Miss E. Fitchue. Ad dress, Mrs. Mary Wade. Recitation, Miss Zedibel Davis. Vocal Solo, Miss R. Brown. Question Box. Social Hour, Mrs. Moore and Miss R. Brown. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. 3148 Lafayette. Phone Y 7647. REV. A. E. REYNOLDS. PASTOR. Sunday school, 9:45. Lesson, “The Call of the West.” Acts 16:6-15. 11 a. m., preaching. 7:00, B. Y. P. U. Topic, “Consecra tion of Money.” (Consecration meet ing.) Job. 27:1-23. Mr. A. C. Cash, leader. 8 p. m.. preaching. The Lord's Sup per will be observed at the evening service and the hand of fellowship given to those who joined the church during the past month. The Miscellaneous club will give a concert next Friday night, June 9th, at the home of Mrs. Austin. 3417 Humboldt St. Admission sc. A good program will be rendered. Sunday afternoon. June 4th, the Missionary Circle will hold a mission ary meeting at 3 p. m. An expression meeting was held last Sunday evening relative to our rally on the 18th of June. Many en couraging remarks were made by the captains and members of the several clubs. All can help on that day. If you cannot come, call York 7647 and we will see that your donation reaches us in time to help or our next note that will be due on June 20th. THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, 24th Avenue and Ogden. David E. Over, D. D., Minister. Telephones, York 6007, York 9377. Last Sunday Memorial Day services were held. The pastor spoke from the subject, “Lest We Forget.” There were representatives of the G. A. R. and Spanish-American war veterans present. At the close of the service an offering was taken for a floral trib ute to be presented to the G. A. R. committee. The May Festival which was held last week was a huge success. The three programs were perhaps above anything similar we have seen for many months. The Tom Thumb wed ding won the enthusiastic applause of the great audience present: while the social drama, “East Lynne,” was pro nounced the best amateurs have made in the city. The gross receipts were above $250.00. The pastor commends the forces in the most generous terms. The Sunday School is planning a Children’s day exercise for the second Sunday. The little folks are looking forward with great expectation. Sunday is our Rally day. All the forces are expected to give account in such manner as will mean real sac rifice. Not one of Zion’s real friends will fail to report. The Western Association will meet with Central church on Tuesday even ing. the 20th of June. A great out pouring of Baptists is expected. A splendid program is prepared. The Bible classes will close the sea son’s work next week. The men’s final meeting will be held Tuesday night. The women will meet Thurs- ; day afternoon. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner 24th and California Sts., j Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, 3012 Marion Street. Sunday school lesson, “The Call of the West.” Acts 15:30 to 10:15. W. A. Moore. Supt. M. Peoples, Asst.! Supt. B. V. P. U. lesson, Doctrinal —All of Trace. James Austin, Jr., Pres. Folks like to come to Central. The services were well attended all day Sunday. The Holy Ghost was preva lent at each service. The sum of $204.90 was the total sum realized from the special effort offering of the Central members last Sunday. Each member did their full duty rallying to the front with each respective auxiliary. The Sunday | school still has the honor of having given more money towards the erec-' tion of our new church than any other I auxiliary. We commend Central' highly. Our friends are always wel- 1 come. The reception given in honor of our boys Friday. May 28, by the program committee of the B. Y. I*. U. was a very commendable feature of our church activities. The church also surprised the pastor Friday night, as it was the anniversary of his birth. They presented him with a $50.0u fierce bicycle. It was such a com plete surprise that the pastor was taken off his feet. He tried to ex- • press his gratitude, but words were inadequate to express his feelings, j However, he has promised to pedal ' hard for Central. That is commenda- ( tion enough. Our regular business meeting has . been deferred until Wednesday, June 7th. The financial secretary and treasurer of the church are expected to have their monthly reports ready i The public is invited to the corner j stone laying of the new Central. June 18th, at 3 o'clock p. m. Invitations are out. What for? Bo i on the corner of 24th and California ■ Sts. June 18th at 3 p. m. and see. Western Baptist Association con-! venes with Central June 22. 23 and : 24. The pastor was out of the city u j few days this week on business. ; _______________ PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN. E. 23rd Ave. and Washington St. Pastor, J. A. Tho».-Hazell, 8. T. B. Preaching services at 1 I a. m. and 5:30 jr. m. by Rev. I. H. Wallace. The Rev. Thos. Bell, secretary of the Colored department of the V’. M. C. A., occupies the pulpit during the absence of the pastor except the last Sabbath of the month, the 28th, when Rev. L. B. West of the Union church, Dearfleld, will preach the annual ser mon to Sisters of Mysterious Ten. The second Sabbath in June at 5:30 p. m. a Children’s day program will be rendered. At the monthly meeting of the Ses sion last Monday night it was decided that a call be issued to every member of the church, adult, to pay into the treasury $5.00 each on the second Sab bath of July. The same is to meet our obligation to the Board of Church Erection. I SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Corner 29th and Sts. Rev. T. E. Henderson, Pastor. Rev. J. 11. Wallace will preach at Shiloh Sunday night. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Regular prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Christians and sinners are cordially invited to attend these matings. PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Sunday school at 1 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday night. p Y. p. IT. at 0:30 p. m. Women’s Bible class at 3 p. m. All are welcome. THE THIRD 8EVENTH DAY AD VENTIST CHURCH. Meetings Held Sabbath (Saturday): Sabbath School at 10 a. m. to 11 a. m. Preaching service 11:15 a. m. tc *2:15. Special Sunday evening service iiintil further notice) at 8 p. m. All a:e welcome. CHAS. S. LIGHTNER, 2917 Glenarm Place. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. The annual meet of the Y. W. and Y. M. C. A. at Rocky Mountain Lake on Decoration Day was a wonderful success. Miss Carrie Gross and Miss Mary Brown were the most success ful contestants of the young ladies, winning two prizes. Several other young ladies were successful blue rib bon winners. The silver loving cup went to Zion Baptist Sunday school, having the largest number of success ful contestants. We are very much disappointed be cause our president, Mrs. Lydia Smith Ward, was exacted home this week but has deferred her arrival un til after attending the wedding of the Rev. A. Wayman Ward on the eighth of JYune, in Kansas City, Kans. On last Monday evening we had the extreme pleasure of listening to an inspired address by Miss Spaulding, one of Denver's noted artists. She il lustrated her wonderful address by showing us some beautiful pictures of scenes in and near Denver. This week we had a musical program by our association members. Mrs. Bon duratit was in charge. In place of the regular vesper serv ice at 3:30, we will now have open house from 4 until 6 p. m. Mrs. Fro man will be the hostess for this Sun day afternoon, assisted by Mrs. Ruth Harris. Everyone is welcome. This change in our vesper service will last thruout the summer. Sunday, at home, 4 to 0 p. m. Monday, regular meeting. 8 p. in. Thursday, Bible study class. S p. m. Saturday evening the gym cla?> will have an exhibition at 8 p. m. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. j Croquet is the thing next in order, and will be regularly installed by tin [last of the week. Lovers of the game are all ready for it. Members of the Young Women's Christian Association will also be permitted to us* the grounds. Owing to the approach of summer, the l.ife Problems c lass has adjourned until early fall. A "drop-in” Bible class will soon be organized, so that those who can spare the time on Sat urday evenings may still come A song service will he held by the boys at the meeting next Sunday af ternoon at 2:30 o’clock. A new hym- | nal has been purchased for the boys' meeting, and they will have a drill Sunday afternoon. On Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock an interesting program will ren dered sit the men's meeting. ■Kev. R. | L. Pope and Rev. James Wa uington. who have just returned iron: the gen eral conference of the A. M. i:. church which was held in Philadelphia, will [be the speakers. Dr. Pope 'ill speak on "Some Impressions of tin- General Conference." Dr. Washington will speak on "My First Visit to New York—What I Think of It Miss Helen Minnis will sing "Home Again from a Foreign Shore.” All will be welcome. MISSION WUKK AND SUNDAY SOHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. — i Sunday School at 1:30 p. rn. Preaching at 3 o’clock, i 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. Supt. Colorado Annual Conference Directory. Rocky Mountain District—Rev. A. M. Ward, Presiding Elder. Shorter Chapel, Denver. Rev. Rob ert L. Pope, B. D. Payne Chapel, Colorado Springs. Rev. J. I j. Williams. Campbell Chapel, Denver. Rev. Jas. Washington. St. John, Pueblo. Rev. W. T. Big gera, LL. B. St. Paul, Pueblo, Rev. John Adams, j D. D. I Salt Lake City. Utah. Rev. D. R t Jones. I Grace Chapel. Cheyenne, Wyo., Rev. P L. Donohoo. | Boulder. Rev. A. Wayman Ward, j B. D. Grand Junction and Glen wood. Rev. 1 W. E. Washington. Sheridan. Wyo . Rev. S. R. Maginez. ■ Ogden, Utah, Rev. B. II. Moore. I Cripple Creek, Rev. T. H. Pool. I Alliance and Crawford, Neb., Rev. Grant Kirby. Rock Springs and to be supplied. Leadvillc 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. En dlcott. 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. Sants Fe, N. M., Rev. J. E. Wil llams. Globe and Miami, Ariz., Rev. F. O Graves. Walsenburg. Rev. T. L. Cate. Prescott, Gallup and Flagstaff, Rev W. L. N. Baker. Douglas and Bisbee, Rev. T. M Reeves. Durango and Sllverton, to be sup CHURCH OIRECTORY. CHURCH of :;i« HOLY REDEEMER Cor. 22n0 Avo. and HumboldL lb one York 5700. PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. Washington and 23rd Avsa. Phone York 2194. SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd 8L and Washington Avo. Phone Main 7068. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 24th Avi. and Ogden 8L York 9377 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd and Lawrence Sta. Phone Main 7965. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 24th SL. between California and Stout Sta. rhone York 8193. SCOTT M. £. CHURCH 26th Ave. and Clarkson St. Phone BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 32nd Ave. and Lafayette SL Phone York 7647. MT. OLIVE BAPTISI MISSION, 38th and Blake streets. L. J. JONES, PABTOR, PHONE CHAMPA 169. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Corner Thirty-first and Walnut Sta. MIBSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRBT AND BLAKE STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 GLENARM PLACE. Y. W. C. A. Schedule for Week. Sunday afternoon, 3:30. Vespers... Monday evening, 8 p. in., members' meeting. Thursday evening, 8 p. m. t Bible class. Saturday evening, S p. m.. Gym. class. Our president, Mrs. I.ydia S. Ward, left for an extended trip of five weeks thru the Eat;. We will miss our pres ident's aid in our work. | Lodge Directory. r. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. ; Titus S. Rector. G. M.. 271 S Welton SL _____ Win. Sprague, G. Sect.. 2434 Gilpin SL ; Rocky IJL l>odge No. 1. Ist and 3rd Mondays of each month 26~j Welton SL Hiram Commandery, va •2nd Yueoday of each month, only) 1834 Arapahoe St. Mnsonic 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 SL Lone Star Chapter E. S.. Ist and 3rd Thursday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Centennial Lodge No. 4, 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. 1634 Arapahoe St. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. W. H. Bess, Grand Chancellor, Colorado Springs, 'olo. Chas. S. Muse. G. K. of R. A S. 1221 Gaylord. Xetna Company, 2nd and 4fh Wednesday' of each month. 1834 Arapahoe St. Pythias Lodge No. 11, Ist and 3rd Wednesday of each month. 1834 Arapahoe SL Damon Lodge No. fi. Ist and 3rd Fridays of each month 2630 Welton SL 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. 1834 Arapahoe Street. Q. O. O. OF O. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. GRAND OFFICERS. Dr. Paul E. Spratlln, D. G. M. 82 Goode Bldg Geo. S. Contee, D. O. Sect., 2612 Welton St Rocky Mt. Ix)dge 2320, let and 3rd Thursdays of sach month 2630 Welton 8f Ist and 3rd Monday of each month 1884 Arapahoe St Denver Lodge No. 8646, tnd and 4th Thursdays of saeh month 1884 Arapahoe 8« Household of Ruth Na 876. lit and 3rd Tuesday of each month 8680 Walton Bt Hons#- hold of Roth No. 4180. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2 p. m. 2630 Welton St P. a M. Council No. 118. 1834 Arapahoe. (4th Tueaday 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. 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. 1884 Arapahoe St Queen Vashti, Royal House No. 1, S. M. T., meets second Friday night of each month at 1832 Arapahoe. Speed Lodge No. 8 First and third Saturday of each month. 2630 WePon St. Western Star Lodge Ne. 1 Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month U-4 Arapahoe St Captolia Temple (S. M. T.). Meets Ist and 3rd Saturday even ngs of each month. 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. • Second and fourth Thursday of each < month at 2 p. m. 2630 Wel».'n St I 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. 89. 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 night* at Nippon Hali, 2049 Champa St. Mystic Shrine meets second and fourth Thursday nights at Nippon Hall, 2049 Champa St. DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE Golden West Tabernacle, No. 666. meets the second and fourth Tues days in each month at 2711 Welton St. KNIGHTS OF TABOR » 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 Arapahoe Lodge No. 2936, first and third Saturday of each month. Fern Hall, 2711 Welton. The Oliver Royal House meets 2nd Monday In each month at 2807 Welton st. Progress C mrt No. 6, meets Ist and 3rd Fridays or each month, 2049 ;bampa St., Nippon Hall. AMERICAN WOODMEN. Camp No. 1 of American Woodmen meets last Thursday evening of each month at Nippon hall, 2051 Champa. POINTS OF INTEREST. Btale Capitol, Colfax and Lincoln. i Union Depot. 17th and Wynkoop Sts City Hall, 14th and Larimer at*. Auditorium, 14tb and Curtis Sts. Public Bathhouse, 20tb and Curtis Bts OljO Your Credit Is Good • |MJ KQRTZ jewelry co , This 20 year guaranteed 1S Jew- Regular price $25.00, now on .< sale for $17.50 and up 0a fte fr>t payment of y o a take 50c A WEEK Kortz Jewelry Co. 816 Fifteenth St. Public Library, 14th and Bannock. Fire Dep't., 25th and GUnarm Plaeo. Inspiration Point Federal Building, 18tb and Champa IMPORTANT EVENTS AT TRAINING SCHOOL Busy Psriod For Institution at Durham, N. C. Interest Is ut It* height among the students and faculty of the National Training school, Dur ham, N. C. The oratorical con test for the young women was held the latter part of April, and the contest between the young men is scheduled for Friday evening. May 5. On Mon day, May 8, the Play Athletic association will furnish the at tractions for the day. The big event to which the school and tin* whole community are looking forward to is the commencement sermon, which is to It© delivered on Sunday after noon, May 14, at 3:30 In Avery auditorium by the ltew I*. James Bryant, D. D., who is the noted pastor of ttie Wheat Street Bap tist church, Atlanta, Ga. The annual muaicale will oc cur on Monday evening. May 15, and the annual meeting, recep tion and reunion of the Alum ni association will be held on the evening of Tuesday. May H». The events for Wednesday. May 17. are < lu*h day exenrlses# exhibit of Industrial classes, do mestlc ait and domestic science. On the evening of May 17 Mrs Mary I‘hurch Terrell of Wash iugtOu "111 deliver the annual address l**fore tin* joint literary societies. Tiic coniiiicm cinent e.\er« l-o— --"ill In* held on Thursday morn lug. May is lieginuing at The eoiuaieio'cnient address will Is* delivered by the Kev. I»r Minot i Morgan. |»nstor of the Central Prc-byterlan church of Summit. \ .1 HIGH HONOR FOR MOSS. Brool ') • 3oy Wins Go'd Medal at Columbia. Mjm irite M«*ss of Brooklyn, son of flu* Bex I >r. William M pastor of t It*- t’oncord Baptist church. won (lii> gold meda* In I In* recent freshman endu.*iice athletic contest nt Columbia mil versify. One liiindrcd and ttilrty students entered the i*onte**t. Young M«h*h finished first, which entitled him to the highest award A wldte hoy won the second prize it ml young John Johnson son of the Hev. Mr Johnson of the St- Cyprian church. New York, won the tlilrd prize. There were only three colored hoys In the <*oiitcttt. and two of them i tiptunsl prizes, while only one white hoy out of 127 was successful. .Maurice Moan la otic of the brightest graduates of the 11110 'hiss at Manual Training High school in Brooklyn. Por ing lih student day's at high school lie won four of the high est prizes and also won a schol arship He entered the fresh man class at Columbia In Feb ruary. While In high school he con tributed an article to tin* high school journal which attracted wide attention, lie is pursuing a classical course at Columbia and bids fair to make a very brilliant record. Maurice Moss Is not only clever In Ills literary work, but Is foremost in athlet ics. having a long string of vic tories to his credit. Il<* Is a rls big young Intellectual giant, and If he sticks to his studies his name will some day be linked with those of America’s great est men In whatever lint* he chooses as a profession, trade or business. He Is native in Sunday school n(Taira, being one of the chief librarians in I he Concord Baptist Sunday school, where lie also as si-ta in teaching when the teach cr of a class Is absent. Mr. Moss received many congratulations and much encouragement on Ids recent triumph.