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BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. 3148 Lafayatt*. Phona Y 7847. REV. A. E. REYNOLDS. PASTOR. Sunday School, 9:45. Lesson, Faith ful unto Death. 11 a. m„ preaching. At 2:30 p. m. the Missionary Soci ety will render the following program: Song, “I Want God’s Heaven to Be Mine," Congregation. Scripture Bead ing by the president. Song by the congregation. Prayer, Mrs. Amanda Reed. A Jubilee song, led by the pas tor. Select reading by Deacon D. Rob inson. Song by the congregation. Talk by Mrs. Mary Springs. Talk by Rev. Robinson; subject, "Our Obedi ence to the Church.” Address, Mrs. A. Jenkins. Address, Mr. C. B. Hill; subject, "How to Deny Ourselves for the Master’s Cause." Closing remarks by Mrs. A. E. Reynolds. 6:30, B. Y. P. U. Topic, Defy Evil. I. Kings, 21:15-22. 7:45, preaching. 1 • The services last Lord’s day were well attended and four accessions. On Tuesday night, vile 12th, a mus ical treat will be given by the Pro gressive club and the Advance club. Admission 10c. Some of the best tal ent in the city will appear on the pro gram. Literary program for Friday night Dec. 15th: Song by the society. In- | strumental, Mr. Louie Whitsell. Solo Miss Ruth Warfield. Reading from Dunbar, Miss Lola Barber. Solo, Mrs. Cromwell. Literary every Friday night. i CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. 1 Corner 24th and California Sts., Rev. P. J. Priee, Pastor* *412 California; Champa 1059. Sunday School lesson. Faithful unto Death. Rev. 2:1-17. W. A. Moore, Supt. M. Peoples, Asst Supt. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Splendid services last Sabbath. The Thanksgiving service was well attended. A collection of $22.04 was realized. Xmas cantata for Xmas exercises, Dec. 25th, at night. Musical Dec. 14 by Knight-Campbell Music Co., at Central, Dec. 21. Dunbar recital; man ager, Bro. W. B. Franklin, benefit new church. Miss Yetta Fromwitz, who is the pop ular and pleasant saleslady of the Welton Fruit Market, underwent a very painful operation Thursday at St. Joseph hospital by having her ton sils removed. The patient is doing very well and her speedy recovery is hoped for by all her friends. Have you heard the latest about Barney Green and Ida Fromwitz? Mr. and Mrs. Noah O’Neal enter tained a dinner partjr Thursday, Nov. 30, in honor of the marriage of their son Addison O’Neal to Cordelia Gor don. The house was beautifully dec orated with flowers and smllax. Spreads were laid for fourteen and a four-course dinner was served. Fa vors were white mint slippers with pink lacing. Those present were: Rev. P. J. Price, Mrs. A. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lon. Williams, Mr. W. B. Reed, Mrs. M. Jacobß, Mrs. M. Owsley, Miss N. J. Tyler and Miss Isabelle Gordon. The bride wore an evening gown of blue charmeuse and gold embroidered chif fon. THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, 24th Avenue and Ogden. David E. Over, D. D., Minister. Telephones, York 6007, York 9377. Zion church is settling down to the general routine since the Golden Jubi lee activities are over with a feeling of gratitude for the public’s response and with a deeper sense of her obli gation to continue along the high plane to which past history has lifted her. She can never forget that sweet spirit of concord and unity which dominated the activities of her birth week, neither will she ever be able to discharge the weight of duty which her fellowships have bestowed. But in the spirit of highest resolve and a deeper sense of consecration she will endeavor to lift the character of her service to the measure of her grati tude. While the expense of the anniver sary services was considerable, amounting to nearly S6OO, yet the af fair was so capably managed as to leave a net sum of about $250. Too much praise cannot be given the com mittees for their untiring and en thusiastic work. The every-member canvass commit tee Is being organized and will visit the membership on the 17th of this month for the purpose of raising sub scriptions to cover the 1917 budget. It is hoped and expected that each member and friend of the church will make subscription “according as God has prospered him-.’’ The Sunday school is preparing for the White Gifts Christmas, the service which was so great a success last year. Every member of the congrega tion is expected to bring “White Gifts to the King.” It Is the birthday of our Master and on it we should remember Him. Gifts of Self, Service and Substance are the things which will please Him most. Let everyone respond. Our sick list has grown consider ably during the past few days. Among those who have been sufferers are Brother Franklin, Sister Emma Woods. Sister Annie Gray, Sister Cal t* Nichols, Sister Mary Bplvey, Sister McKenzie. Sister Burnett, Lester Dykes and several other names who have been restored to duty. PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST MISSION. SISI Walnut 8L W. W. Ryana, Paator. Service every Sunday, 11 a. m. Service, 2:SO p. m. Service, 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. All Christian workers and sinners are welcome. MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH. Regular preaching services Sundays at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Prl day night. L. J. Jones, leader. THE THIRD BEVENTH DAY AD VENTIST CHURCH. Meetings Held Sabbath (Saturday): Sabbath School at 10 a. m. to 11 a. m. Preaching servtoe 11:16 a. m. to *2:15. Special Sunday evening service ..until further notice) at 8 p. m. All a:e welcome. CHAS. S. LIGHTNER, 2917 Glenarm Place !> MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. Sunday School at 1:30 p. m. Preaching at 3 o'clock. Bible Training Class, 7:20 each Fri day evening. Elder E J. Clark, teacher. Ton are cordially Invited to each at these ee wipes P. W. COUntAN, SecT. B. J. CATLETT. SupL PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN. E. 23rd Ave. and Washington St. Pastor, J. A. Thos-Hazell, 8. T. B. Sermon topics, Sunday, Dec. 10: 11 a. m "The Triumphant Finale' 5 p. m." The Threefold Preparedness’ The services at Yuletide will be as follows: Christmas eve., Sunday, 24th. Spe cial Christmas programme under the auspices of the Sabbatn school. Tok ens will be given the scholars, mem bers and friends of the church from the tree at this service, being 5 o’clock p. m., in lieu of the regular evening services. The programme will be substantially supported by the choir with appropriate music. Christmas morning at 6 o’clock our annual Christmas devotions will be observed. The communion of the Lord’s Supper will be a most solemn feature of the occasion. Xmas offertory of 31 for the adults and 25 cents for the chil dren will be expected at this time. December 31st being the last Sab bath of the month and of the year, the regular services will be engaged in at the regular time, being 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. At 7 p. m. the pastor will entertain in annual fellowship supper the members and friends of his church. At 10 o’clock p. m. old year services will be held, lasting until 12:15 New Year’s morning, fol lowed by the week of prayer for the first week in January. The third of the series of musical engagements will be launched Thurs day night, January 25, 1917. The chief participants of the programme will be Mlbs Cleo Hobson and Miss Virginia Cole. This programme will assume the nature of a testimonial. Miss Hobson, though young and ten der in years, is matured in the art of music. She is under the tuition of one of the very best music teachers in Denver. Her ability as a pianist needs no advertisemenL Every church in the city to which she has repeated ly contributed her services gratuit ously can testify thereto. Secular or ganizations are also indebted to her for her free work. Miss Virgie Cole, though not of the musical class of her contemporary In this demonstra tion, is making wonderful strides os a musician. Miss beatrice Th rashly, , her teacher, seems to be exceedingly painstaking in her impartation of in ! struction. The admission will be [ within the reach of all. 1 __ - SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. SOS NTH .*VE. REV. a S. SAWYER, Paster. • 2401 Emerson St Phone York SISSJ, i Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. i Preaching, 11 a. m. and I p. m. Bp worth League, 8:45 p. m. Midweek sewloes, 8 p. a. Wednee- The Epworth League topic for Sun t day is "The Mission of the Relllgous i Newspaper." It is hoped that a large - number will be out to discuss this . topic. i At the morning service Rev. Orrln I B. Auman, District Supt. of the Den- I ver District M. E. church, will be the speaker. Dr. Auman is a very able • man. » Instead of the pastor being at 2401 : Emerson, he is now reslldng at 2809 - Lafayette 8t„ phone York 7221 J. i Let’s all make haste for the quar ' terly meeting which will be on the 1 third Sunday. Remember that we ail > promised to pay SI.OO. > Remember the Sunday School and > Epworth League will give a candy pulling contest Saturday, Dec. 16. at Fern Hall. Admission 6c. Benefit' : Xmas fund. Special program and prizes given to Y. M. C. A. boys. The one making and pulling the whitest candy will be given SI.OO and the one doing the opposite will get 60 oents. Plates 10c. Tell everybody to come to old fashioned down home "Kandy pullin’.” CAMPBELL CHAPEL AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH NOTES. A. M. Ward, Paster. 1218 23rd. Phone Main 5475 Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. V. N. Wolfskill, Supt. Preaching by pastor at 11 a. m. Preaching by Rev. C. A. Williams at 3 p. m. Allen C. E. League at 6:30 p. m. Miss C. Brittain, Pres. Preaching by Pastor at 7:45 p. m. Campbell chapel had a great rally Sunday, after three weeks’ battle be tween the forces lined up under Gen eral Fannie Johnson and General De lilah Givens, under silver and gold banners in an effort to raise 1400.00 to pay for its steam heating plant, in* stalled two weeks ago. The result up to Sunday night was 1409.00, with the gold forces in the lead. General Giv ens’ clock registered $216.00 and Gen eral Johnson’s clock registered $193. Captain Etta Blackwell’s club was in the lead and Captain Amelia Brown ran close second. Brother I. H. Har per brought in the largest amount of any individual member, the amount being $35.00. A fuller account will be given in the next issue of this pa per, as other reports are to be made next Sunday. Rev. C. A. Williams preached an able sermon at 3 p. m. The pastor united in holy wedlock Mr. Edward Bailey and Mrs. Lou Doty of Colorado Springs, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Riley, this week. Y. M. C. A. NOTES, , The address was delivered by Judge Frank D. Taggart, who spoke on “Bur den-bearing.” In the course of his remarks he emphasized the duty and importance of cooperation along all lines for the welfare of the community and of society in general. Dr. Maclln, one of the leading physicians of Bir mingham. Ala., who is visiting in the city, was present, and on being intro duced by Dr. DeFrantz made a few timely remarks. All interest for the time being was centered upon the pipe organ recital which was given on Thursday evening at the Shorter church. Mr. Parks, the manager, has worked very hard to make it a success, and has had the hearty cooperation of many of ' the best men and women in the city. Plans are also being made for the first anniversary exercises of the branch which will be held at Zion Baptist church on Sunday afternoon. January 14th. The Association ia try ing to raise S4OO by that date as a maintenance fund for the coining year. Next Sunday afternoon Mr. Piatt R. Lawton, educational work secretary of the Central Y. M. C. A., will speak at the boys’ meeting at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. O. W. Fifer, pastor of the War ren Memorial M. E. church, will speak at the mens’ meeting which will be held at four o’clock. All men will be welcome. - 'Jj i Y. W. C. A. NOTES. r The attendance at the Vesper ser vice has grown to such proportions that we are unable to And seats enough. At last Sunday’s service Mrs. Theta Miller was the leader. An excellent program was rendered to a very large and thoroly appreciative audience. Mrs. S. A. McGuire will lead next Sunday. She Is preparing a very In teresting program. On Monday evening we had out reg ular monthly business meeting. A sec ond vice-president was elected in the person of Mrs. Florence Cooper. She was elected by a majority of seven votes over Mrs. Theta Miller. On last Monday evening Mrs. l.ulu Fisher presented the Phyllis Wheat ley Club with a set of dishes ana nix books. The membership committee report ed six new members. Our member ship is steadily growing. A meeting of the high school girls on Thursday afternoon to organize a club was announced. After the buaineas meeting on Mon day evening several of the ssung la dles made candy. Mrs. Johnson of the Recreation Committee sold chill after the meeting on Monday evening. COLORADO SPRINGS BRIEFS. Dear Editor:’ Having been ill for some few days, I could net get any news -together. However, here I dm. Respectfully. Geo. Jones, 919 N. El Faso Bt. Mrs. Mattie Fox, who underwent an operation at St. FYancls hospital sev eral weeks ago, ia doing nicely and is now at her home. Mrs. Henry Green of E High St. Is visiting friends In Denver. A fine girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Collins of Maple St., Sunday, Nov. 26, 1916. Mother and child are i doing nicely. Mrs. Jeannette Black and daughter, Irma Addison, left Sunday, Dec. 3, for Austin, Texes, where they will visit ' until after the holidays. Mr. Billie King, the professional ath ■ letlc trainer, la busy training several i white hopes for some coming boxing i events. > At Payne chapel Thanksgiving even ing a full house greeted the Colorado i Springs Trio, namely, Messrs. Joe - Redmond, Williams and Jack Thomp i son, who gave a grand concert, asslst i ed by Mrs. Harvey King of Chicago, soloist. Mrs. King has a beautiful contralto voice and rendered her se -1 lections In a pleasing manner. The trio were at their best and always win praise wherever they appear. Mr. Fred Cooper and Miss Mary Agnes Green surprised their parents and friends by eloping to Pueblo sev eral weeks ago and entering the holy bonds of matrimony. We wish them good luck and happiness. Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Ida Gray and Mr. Charles Franklin which will be Dec. 9, 1916, at the home that the groom-to-be has already furnished for his bride, Mi N. El Paso Bt. The public is Invited to attend. Trin ity Baptist church Thursday evening. A good program will bo rendered. GREAT GAME AT INSTITUTE. WmI Virginia’s Lighter Tsam Hsld Howard Uni varsity to a TIs Sears. Institute, W. Va. —What was pro nounced the greatest football contest In this section for many years was the recent game between the West Vir ginia Collegiate Institute eleven and the squad from Howard university, which resulted In a tie score, 7 to 7. The West Virginia boys put a crimp , In the string of successes of the repre . tentative team from the District and . before the first half was over changed . Howard's air of confidence to that of , the grim desperation of one who fights i hopelessly with his back to the wall. Howard's first rushes after they re i calved the kickoff were so well organ ' Ised, the size and looks of the be - geared warriors so formidable, that be ’ tore Institute could recover her cour age Pender Hughes bad swept around ' her right end to a point from which the ball was—with difficulty, however— i pushed over. While gloom settled like a pall over the spirits of the crowd and the few ! Howard enthusiasts cheered, things be , gan to happen. Finally Hughes got away and by a serpentine run of thirty bAPTAIN HUOMJM. yardi carried tbe ball to Howard's Sight yard line, but no farther advance was msde. The third quarter came, and after Lockett, Clark, Patterson. Morgan, Cunningham, Few aad Holland had spread a “curtain of Are” over How ard's advsnce Bartlett, Crawford. Hardy and Hughes enveloped the re ceiver of Howard’s forward pass, Hughe* became the recipient, and, ag itated by matchless Interference, snaky twisting and a buret of speed, he turned Howard’s left dsnk, side stepped the all southern stars and plnnted the ball squarely between the posts after a ran from tala own forty yard Hue. Tbe Charleston Peat of Nov. 14 wrote sf Hughes: “He la femall of stature, as powerful as a bull, as feet as a bullet and shows more real Individual foot ball class than has ever been shown by any collegian, be be White or black, on the local gridiron.” This In spite of tbe fact that eneb elevens as Washing ton and Lee, West Virginia University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and West Virginia Wesleyan have staged their stellar games this season at Charleston. Coaches Smith and Ollom have de veloped a team tbat ranks with any colored team in tbe country and have 'put tbe West Virginia Collegiate Insti tute 'prominently on tbe collegiate ath letic map. THE BOY CADET MOVEMENT. tOansral W. H. Crawferd’s Plan Par Training Yaung Chrlatlan Soldiers. Nashville, Tenn. — 'Teaching boya imllltaiy discipline under religious in fluence la one of the mighty forcea and factora that la helping ua to build •abatantlally for the future In our re ligion life.” declared General W. H. Crawford of Auatln, Ter., at the meet ing of the Sunday acheel congreaa at Vicksburg laat June. General Craw ford area making hla annual addreee before the Sunday acheel congreaa forcea on the boy problem. General Crawford, in company with Uentenant General Barry Lott, will einirll a month In Nashville prior te the meeting of the twelfth annual ses aton of the congreaa la 1917 Instructing tba local companlea that are to be re ernlted. each to its full strength, one In each church, which are to constitute a mammoth boy cadet encampment that la already planned to be carried an at Greenwood Path, which is locat ed on one of the city street railway lines. It Is understood from the secretary of the congress that arrangements have already been made whereby Lieuten ant General Lott will precede General Crawford and get the camps In readi ness to begin the disciplining of twen ty-live hoy cadet companies that are being mustered In in Tennessee’s me tropolis. There la to be an average of twenty four boys In each company. A con servative estimate places the figures it 000 boya at least. This la to be augmented by quite a few companlea from Texas, Louisiana and Georgia. It will be, If present indication* count for anything, tba largest national en campment of the boy cadets ever held In the United States. CHURCH Dm KOTOV CHURCH or Mm holy rkdkemkr Car. Stiri An. and Humboldt. (Icm York I7H, noncr Presbyterian CHURCH. Cor. Washington and 2Srd Avm. Phono York 21*4. SHORTER A. M. E. OHURCH Cor. 21 rd St. and Washington Aw*. Phono Mala 70»l \ - ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 24th Avt. and Ogdon St. York »m CAMPBELL. A. M. E. CHURCH. Cor. SSrd and Lawrence 8to. Phono Mala 7Mt. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Mth SL botwoon California and stout am. Phono York Ml. SCOTT M. £. CHURCH 80th Avo. and Clarfcoon SL Phoan BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. S2nd Avo. and Lafayotto SL Phono York 7(47. MT. OLIVE BAP r I SI MISSION, (8th and Blako street*. L. J. JONES, PASTOR, PHONE CHAMPA 1SS. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Comor Thirty-flirt and Walnut Sts MISSION WoftK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, SS17 OLENARM PLACE. <***£. Si L. •"'.V1.I -t-i LV .y" y. w. c. a. # Sehadulo for Weak. Snndoy afternoon, 3:30, Voapera... Monday evening, 8 p. m„ members' meeting. Thursday evening, 8 p. m., Bible class. Saturday evening, 8 p. m„ Oym. class Lodgo Directory. r. A A M. ANO ITS AUXILIARIES. bad m Titus 8. Rector, O. **.. 1711 Walton BL Wa». Sprague, O. SocL, I;S4 Otlpln BL Rocky UL Lodgo No. L lot and 3rd Mondays of oath month K.i Woltoa BL Biram ConauMr. '' • -2nd Tuesday of each moath. only) 1884 Arapahoo 8L Maoonle Uonatatory. (1st aad Srd Tussdays sit II Goods Bldg.I Qussa of Bhoba Court, 2nd and 4th Friday of oach month. (Aftsraooa) 24*0 Woltoa BL Kvsrgrosn Chapter No. IS. O. B- & 1st and 3rd Tuaaday of oach month. (Aftormooa) 2420 Woltoa 8L Lone Star ChapCor >\ B. S_ Plrat sad Third PTidaya la oach week. Ttftoraoom) SSSS Woltoa St Caatoaalal Lodgo No. 4, 2nd aad 4th Moaday of oach month. US4 Arapahoo St KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. w. H. Boos. Grand Cbnaeellor, Oolsrado Springs. Jolo. Chaa. S. Muse 3. K. of R. A S. 1221 Qaylord. Aetna Company. 2nd aad 4th Wednesday of oach month. 1814 Aimpnhoo St Pythias Ladsa No. 11, 1st sad Srd Wednesday of oach month. 1S24 Arapahoo BL Passim Lodgo No. I, lot and Srd Fridays of each month 2S2P Woltoa BL CotamMaa Calaatha (1C. of P.) End and 4th Tuesdays of saoh month 2C2S Woltoa SL Rocky Ml Court Calanthe. 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. 1SS4 Arapahoo BtrsaL 8. U. O. OF O. F. AND IT8 AUXILIARIES. BRAND OFFICERS. Dr. Paul E. Spratlln, D. Q. M. St Gooda Bldg Gon « Coo toe. P. O. BaeL, M12 WaMoa SL Rocky ML Lodgo SSSS. lot and Srd Thursdays of oaeh month MM Woltoa BL Arapahoo Lodgo No. MM, 1st aad Srd Monday of oaeh month ISM Arapahoo BL Denver Lodge No. SMS. •ltd aad 4th Thursdays ef each month MM Arapahoo at Household of Ruth No. Iff, 1st and Srd Taaaday of oach month MM Woltoa BL Honor. NtM of Ruth NO. 41M. 2nd nnd 4th Thursday of oach month at 2 p. m. MM WoMaa at F. O. M. Counall No. 11S. — 1M4 Arapahoo. • (4th Tamday only ) r Danr'Fitrknlv Mo. (1, Fourth Tuesday of each month. 24*0 Walton St. ' j furvealles No. *7l (Odd Follow*). Ist and *rd Saturday of sac* ■oath at 1 p. a., 2430 Walton. U. a. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. ■mmutt Canunsl. G. M„ J , j I*o7 Walton St *™*" l * • iJ...ij • Qian of the West Tempi*. Tint and third Thursday of sack I**4 Arapaho* st Webster Temple (X p. a.) Webster Temple, Snd and 4th Wadneo lay ot each month. I*l4 Arapahoe St Queen Vashtl, Royal House No. 1. 8. If. T., meets saoond Friday nlsht of each month at 18*2 Arapahoe. , Speed Lodge No. 0 Tint and third Saturday of each ttlO Walton St Western Star Lodge No. 1 let and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 1M Arapahoe SL Gaptolla Temple (S. Id T.). Meets Ist and 3rd Saturday even ngs of each month. I>*4 Arapaho* SL Golden Gat* Juveniles No. 1 (8. M. T.) 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month at 2 p. m. 18*4 Armpahoo SL Howard Juvenllo* No. 1 (8. M. T.) Sad and 4th Saturday of each month at 2 p. m. 2(10 Walton SL Queen Elizabeth Temple Ne. • Second and fourth Tbunday of each month at 2 p. m. ***• Wallen st. Naeml Tempi* No. 1* 2nd and 4th Fridaya of each month. - **** Walton SL Columbine Templo (S. M. T.). 2nd and 4th Mondayo of eaeh month j, 24*0 Waltoa ot • r _____ Mountain Lodge Elks No. M. 2nd and 4th Wedneadaye of each month. ______ . Spanish War Veterans, 2nd and 4th Friday of each moatb. ' ,v 5! MoMy OnaaWtnry.jasala Sat and third Thursday ulghta at Nlppoe Hall. 204* Champa 8L Mystic Shrine meats second aad fourth Thursday nights at Nippon Han. 2848 Champa SL " » DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE Golden West Tabernacle, NO. M 4. meets the second and fourth Tuee ; days In each month at 2711 Walton St KNIGHTS OF TABOR SL James Temple No. 4*7 meets lot aad 3rd Tuesdays of each month. BOYKINS TABERNACLE. The Boykins Tabernacle. 2*2-777. . Grand Order 12 No. 4*l, meets the first and third Saturday of each month, Kern Hall. 2711 Wulton. Tim Oliver Royal Hons* meets 2nd Monday In eaeh month at 2*87 Whiten Frcsress Court NO. S, meets Ist aad third Fridays of each month at 2*48 Washington SL Rice Pure Gold Tabernacle No. *4* meets Ist and *rd Mondays at 2*48 ■ Washington. Panama Temple No. 4*o meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 2*40 Washing ton. AMERICAN WOODMEN. ' _ „ SUPREME CAMP . •“Pvem* Commander • L H. Llghfnar, Supreme Clerk Rooms 20-31, Inc. Arapaho* Bldg. Denver Camp No. l, . Woodmen meets fourth Thursday eve nlng of each month at 2430 Walton SL Odd Fellows' Hall. POINTS OP INTEREST. Bute Capitol. Colfax and Unsafe Union DepoL 17th aad Wyahoop Bta City Hall. 14th aad Larimer Bta Auditorium. 14th aad Cant* Bta Public Bathhouse, 20th aad Cams Bta Public 'ibrary, 14th aad Baaaoeh. Tire Dap’L. t(th aad Olaaarm Plena Inspiration Point Pod oral Building, l*th aad Champa HARDWIGKAUTO SERVICE COMPANY OLIVES A. HARD VICK Mp wSsm Service by Trip oj Hoar Stands—Atlas Drug Co.; 370 r Welton St., Main 875. ' Rno Club, *7l a Welton St.„. Main 2759.