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CAMPBELL CHAPEL AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH NOTES. A. M. Ward, Paator. 4218 23rd. M Phone Main 5475 Junday school at 9:45 a. m. V. N. Wolfskin, Supt. Allen C. R League at 6:30 p. m. Jliss Carrie Brittain, president. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. Class meeting Friday, 8 p. m. The public is invited to all religious cervices Preaching, 11 a. m„ by pastor. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. by the pas tor. Interesting services were held last Sunday. Evangelist A. Sheafe of California delivered an able sermon upon the subject of "Woman's Oppor tunity” at the morning service, and with his wife rendered to the satisfac tion of ail, good gospel songs. The pastor preached on "Prayer, Its Wrong and Right Use” in the even ing. A large gathering assembled at the 5:30 a. m. Christmas service on Christmas day and enjoyed aglor ious meeting. The pastor preached up on the subject of "The First Christ mas Carol As Sung by the Angels.” The two choirs, under direction of Mrs. Craig, rendered excellent music. The pastor and wife desires to thank the members and congregation for their gift of $10,50 and many other varied and useful gifts. Campbell Chapel Sunday school had an enjoyable time Christmas night with its Christmas tree and entertain ment. The children took delight in the rendition of excellent program of Christmas carols and recitations to the splendid crowd assembled. Watch night services will follow the evening service at 9:30 o’clock. SHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third Sts. Rev. C. A. Williams, Pastor. The pastor, Rev. C. A. Williams will officiate at both morning and evening hours. The evening service will be gin at 9 o’clock. The watch meeting service will follow the preaching serv ice. _ The Tried and True Class of the Sunday school will keep open house in the lecture room New Year’s day from 3 to 5. Come help the young people make this a memorable occasion. Every member is urgently requested to be present at a church conference January 5, 1917. Business of import ance to all. The cantata, "Joyful Christmas,” under the direction of Mrs. G. N. Ross, was beautifully rendered to a large and appreciative audience on Christ mas eve. The presents were distribut ed in the lecture room after the pro gram. On the rostrum was a gayly decorated sleigh, drawn by reindeer and driven by Santa Claus, bearing loads of presents and candy to the de light of the young folks. A large audience was present at the 5 o’clock service Christmas morn. The rendition of many beautiful carols by the choir, together with the manger scene, the announcement of the birth or Christ to the shepherds on the Bethlehem plains, the star guiding the wise men who presented gifts to the king, made an everlasting impression On those, who were fortu nate enough to be present Rev. Wil liams and family were presented with $30.00 as a Christmas remembrance. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. 3148 Lafayette. Pnone Y 7847. REV. A. E. REYNOLDB. PASTOR. Sunday School, 9:45. I-esson (Christ mas lesson), "Unto Us a Son Is Given." Isa. 9:1-7. Sunday School, 9:4s—Quarterly Re view. 11:00 a. m.—Preaching. 6:30. B. Y. P. U. Topic (Optional) America’s .World Responsibility. Gen. 12:1-3. The Mission circle will hold their monthly meeting and render a pro gram at the evening service. Song by the society: prayer; Scripture reading; song, society; paper, Mrs. A. Jenkins; Address, Mrs. H. R. Green; song, society; paper, Mr. C. B. Hill; report of Secretary. After the pro gram watch meeting services will be gin, watching the old year out and the New Year in. Services last Lord’s day was well attended and the B. Y. P. U. rendered a beautiful program. One accession. Program for the Literary, Friday night, January sth, 1917: Song by the Society; Instrumental duet, Mr. J. D. Fuller and brother, they recently came here from Okie homa; paper. Miss Irma Jackson; In, strumental bolo, Miss Hazel Jackson; Journalist, report of Critic. Bro. C. A. Miller Is on thejdck list. SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL! CHURCH, 808 28TH AVE. REV. G. 8. SAWYER, Paator. 2609 Lafayette. Phone York 6182-J. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preachlng, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. TSpworth League, 6:45 p. m. Midweek services, 8 p. m. Wednes day. The pastor’s subject for Sunday morning will be, "The Top of the Year.” The Epworth League topic Is "Making and Keeping Resolutions." After the tegular evening services the Ladles’ Aid wIU reorganize. Sect Ml of the Y. M. C. A., will conduct the Watch meeting Love Feast serv ices. The pastor thanks the members and friends for thedr many choice presents and sumptous dinners. Remember the New Year’s offering on the first Sunday. Each member is urged to make this special contri bution of $1.60 to help the Stewards’ fund. Mrs. G. W. Anderson was responsi ble for the beautiful Xmas decorations of the church. CHURCH OF THE HOLY REDEEMER 22nd Ave. and Humboldt St. The Rev. Henry B. Brown, B. D., Vicar. ! 7:00 a. m. : —Celebration of The Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. m.—Sunday School. 11:15 a. m.—Choral Solemn Eucharist with Sermon. Subject, “Visitants at the Cradle of Jesus.” Special music, including the singing of Carols. There will be “Open House” at the Vicarage on Monday (New Year’s Day) from 7:00 p. m. to) 11:00 p. m. The Vicar will be glad to meet his Parishioners and friends. ' Friday, S:00 p. m., Litany and Gen eral Choir rehearsal. Saturday, 2:00 p. m.. Junior Choir Rehearsal. 3:00 p. m.. Meeting of the Jeuvenile Branch of the Altar Guild. PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN. E. 23rd Ave. and Washington St. Pastor, J. A. Thos-Hazell, S. T. B. Sermon Topics, Sunday, Dec. 31st: 11:00 a. m. —“The Christianizing of Christianity.” 5:00 p. m.—Great Musical Program. The services of Xmas Eve and Xmas Day were of an exceptionally high standard. The choruses were very ef fectively rendered. The solo work participated in by Mr. C. A. Clark and Mrs. Lula Madison, was above the standard. As a soloist Mrs. Madison appeared for the first time in this church, under such auspices as last Sabbath. Mrs. M. E. Morrison, Messrs. V. Spratlin, the organist, and Wilfred Brickler, the Clarianettist, played well their part. Prof. C'edal Norris, having identified himself with the choir, prov ed himself a most invaluable asset to the Bassos. Messrs. Woolridge and W. Martin made themselves felt in the production of the lower tones in Bass score. Miss Susie Rollins and Miss Jennie Harris were very pronounced in the coduct of the first ,Soprano parts. The candle sermon, tho an in novation to the services, was quite unique in its presentation. The Sab bath School, under the superintend ency of Mrs. Mattie Wilson, most creditably discharged their quota of the program. The church was taste fully decorated. The gifts from the Tree were many and varied. The program of last Sabbath will be repeated tomorrow at 5 o’clock p. to., with some accessions. Dr. Mont Trav is, ex-Mayor of the town of Westmlns ster, and one of the leading Presby ters of the Presbytery of Denver, will be the principal speaker. Prof. C. Norris, in addition to his work in the choir, will contribute a piano solo. Prof. Geo. Morrison will be at his best with the violin. Mme. Lula Madi son will favor the audience with an other of her select pieces. The com munity is urged to witness the ren dition of the last musical program in this church for the year 1916. Watch Night Services take place at 10 o’clock, Sunday night. The Hobson-Cole Piano-Song Recital takes place January 25th, 1917. Miss Belle d’Autremont, one of the most proficient music teachers, apart from Miss Hobson’s natal ability as a pian ist, is preparing this young lady with great pains. Miss Beatrice Thrashley. a most devoted tutor of her race, is responsible for Miss V. Cole’s prep aration. PLEABANT GREEN BAPTIST MISSION. 3131 Walnut St. W. W. Ryans, Pastor. Service every Sunday, 11 r. m. Service, 2:30 p. m. Service, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night All Christian workers and sinners are welcome. MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIBT CHURCH. Regular preaching services Sundays at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Prl day night. L. J. Jones, leader. THE THIRD SEVENTH DAY AD VENTIST CHURCH. Meetings Held Sabbath (Saturday): Sabbath School at 10 a. m. to 11 a. m. Preaching servtoe 11:16 a. m. ta *2:15. f i Special Sanday evening service vpntil further notice) at 8 p. m. All ate welcome. CHAS. 8. LJGHTNKR, 2917 Glenarm place. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. Sunday School at 1:20 p. m. Preaching at 2 o'clock. Bible Training daae, 7:80 each Fri day evening. ■Her m J. Clark, teacher. are cordially invited to each of r. W. OOUSUK, Sec*y ft J. GATLJHT. fttgi. Y. W. C. A. NOTEB. The Vesper service of last Sunday was a huge success. There.werdi fifty four present. Miss' Bettina Jackson had arranged an eroellent' program and it was thoroughly enjoyed “by all present. Only young people partici pated in the program, making It more enjoyable. A special feature was the Girls’ Chorus. Due to the stormy weather of Mon day, the attendance was not as large as usual. Mrs. pearl Rosa, Mist Grace Cole and Atwell Rose rendered musi cal numbers. The Girls’ Chorus and other mem- s bers of the High School Girls' Club chaperoned by Mrs. Zipporah Parks and Mrs. Lilly Bondurant, serenaded many families on Xmas night. Over thirty were in the crowd. A joint meeting with the Y. M. C. A. will be held next Sunday after noon. After the meeting tea will be served at the Phyllifi Wheatley, club. The High School Girls’ Club knet on Wednesday at the hyPllis Wheatley Club room. The chairmen of the var ious committees were selected and the remainder of the hour was pleasantly spent in preparing pictures for song books. After a pleasant social hour the club adjourned to meet the second Wednesday in January at the Phyllis Wheatley room. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. The holidays are affording the boys a chance to get their fill of “pool.” Sotme interesting combinations have been played by them during the week and there are more to follow. Theo dore Morris, Dave Mayo, Bobby Scott and Robert Jefferson seem to be the champions up to this time. Under the management of William E. Parks, a Christmas Day Program was rendered last Sunday afternoon at four o’clock. Those taking part were Mrs. Florence Smith, who rendered very effectively, “The Death of Cleo patra.’’ Miss Thrashley accompanied her on the piano. Aa solo by Mr. Cate wood also was much enjoyed. He was accompanied by Mr. V. Spratlin. I Master Atwell Rose, to the enjoyment of those present, bravely sang a Christmas hymn. Brief talks were made by Dr. DeFrantz and Secretary Bell. Christmas Day was spent in games and songs, and in eating apples and candy. The closing year union public meet ing of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A will be held next Sunday afternoon at Shorter Church at 3:30 o’clock. Rev. Dr. David Utter, pastor of the First Unitarian Church, will speak on the subject, "If I were a Negro.” It is hoped that a very large attendance will be secured to bear this notable speaker and to take part in the serv ices. The boys will meet with; them, and special selections will be rendered by the boys’ band. be welcome. Crowd Shorter and hear the sub ject. “If I were a Negro,” and* then be in a position to think. “If I* were a White Man.” What then? Never Again. Flamingo—That’H the last time I I try to swallow a frog. He wiggles too i much. Look what he did to my neck.- St. Louie Poet-Dispatch. Nothing to It. Two may live as cheaply as one If they manage we';!. But, my boy. It can't be done At a fine hotel. —Kansas City Journal. Her Anxiety. **l wish I could la* certain Jiat Al gernon really loves me.” “Why?” “Then I could be jure he would re main hitched while I look for a bettei catch.’’—Louisville Courier-Journal. Wise 000. And Just us the doctor told her that he must remove her appendix the lu stallment men came to remove her pi ! Oho. and the doctor decided that kn op eration tVjßiu't necessary.—New York 'Jlobec FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BOSTON GUARDIAN Many Notabla Spaakara Applaud Work of Editor W. M. Trottor. Boston.— I The monster celebration of tbe fifteenth anniversary Of the Boston Guardian, held at Zion church, iu this city, recently, breathed with the spirit of loyalty to the Guardian and tbe principles it stands for, •*For every right with all our might.'* The occa sion was a veritable love feast for the interested friends who have fought the race battles for equality of rights aud against the wrongs of segregation and discrimination, jlmcrow cars and all other race discriminations wherever found, without compromise and with out fear. The speakers recalled many of tbe stirring scenes of the past fifteen years, each one recording a memorable battle or a memorable victory for the cause of equality of citizenship and af firming those policies and principles of action on the part of the members of the race brotherhood everywhere which would give assurance of the strength ening and securing of the rights we now enjoy and carry us forward in the line of conquest of other privileges aud liberties until full equality of privilege ami opportunity shall *be accorded to every member of the race In every part of this broad land. Among the speakers were Dr. C. P. Itussell. W. Hall Jackson, Miss Eliza Gardner, Rev. A. W. Puller, Rev. M. W. Thornton, Rev. W. D. Brigham, Dr. Alice McKane, G. R. Margetsou. Rev. H. W. Swain, lion. Moorfield Storey, Dr. W. A. Sinclair of Philadelphia, J. S. Gains, lion. W. 11. Lewis, Emery T. Morris, Miss Elizabeth C. Putnam, C. H. Seales. Esq., A. A. Perry and W. M. Trotter. The dramatic moment came when Chairman Russell Introduced Hou. William 11. Lewis, former assistant at torney general of the United States, one of the chief objects of tbe Guard ian's attacks for some years. He was given great applause and spoke very impressively and eloquently, saying that he was glad to come into the church in wdiich he presided at a meet ing where Mr. Trotter took issue with a former race leader. Ha spoke of the beginnings, when he was present at the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Trotter in their beautiful home on the bill and paid Mrs. Trotter a delicate compli ment. He spoke of working with Trot ter against "The Birth of a Nation*' and pledget co-operation. .The speaser in calm retrospect re cited many ot the stirring scenes ami events when the Guardian and Its faithful friends in Boston were mak ing race history, such as tbe founding of the paper by Its present editor, Wil liam M. Trotter and others, tbe contro versy with Booker T. Washington at Zion church, when Editor Trotter was arrested and sent to Jail; the fight against the photo play "Birth of a Na tion," the celebrated Bo&fleld case, etc. But by far the most interesting and important feature of this celebration was the coming together of the sev eral opposing factions of Boston's col ored citizens, who had been split asun der and fighting for the several con flicting issues that had been raised among them. Here in this celebration the big chiefs buried the hatchet and smoked together the pipe of peace, and now the spirit of good fellowship once more reigns supreme. With a united front and unbroken ranks they once more turn to renew the warfare against race discrimina tion, segregation and lynching.. This fact is prophetic of a brightening fu ture. This is the springtime of the race's hopes in America, and the Guardian must plant the seeds of hope in the heart of e»*ery reader uid water them with words of wisdom aud the inspiration of lofty ideals of citizen ship full and complete. Nothing less is the goal to bo striven for. May it carry high the watchword Inscribed on ita banner, "For every right with all our might.’’ ATLANTA UNIVERSITY FUND. Noted Southern Bchool Starte Cam paign to Raise SSOO 000 Endowment. Atlanta university will be aided by many organizations and heads of nota ble educatlohal institutions In the cam paign recently started to raise (000,000 toward Its endowment fund in honor of Its fiftieth anniversary, which oc curs In 1017. The university Is an open door of opportunity, a college, normal school and high school for the prepa ration of young men and women of our race for greater usefulness. The financial campaign Is indorsed by Charles W. Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard; Nicholas Murray Butler, president of Columbia ; P. P. Claxton, United States commissioner of educa tion ; Clark Howell, editor of the At lanta Constitution; Rabbi David Marx of the Temple. Atlanta; Talcoit WU ■lams of the Pulitzer school of Jour nalism and Cleveland 11. Dodge of New York. Contributions may be made to President Edward T. Ware, Atlanta university, Atlanta, Ga. South Pears Shortage of Farm Labor, Fearing that a shortage of labor for the 1017 cotton and tobacco crops may result from the large numbers of col ored people which have left the south the past eight months of 1016, an effort Is being made to stop the exodus of southern laborers going north. At At lanta, Ga., both white and colored leaders held a series of mass meetings the early part of December In an effort, to cheek the mevamant . ■ CHURCH DIRECTORY. . CHURCH of bYe HOLY REQEEMER Cor. Zln'L andHMMMk tdsu York 1700. PEOPLES' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. Washington and Bird Avoa. Phono York 1194. SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 21 rd EL and Washington Avo. Phono Mata 70M. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH > Cor. 24th Avt. and Ogdon SC York 9177 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. ZSrd and Lawronea Sts. Phono Mala 79*5. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 94th sc. botwoan California and Stout Sts. rhoaa York 9191. SCOTT M. £. CHURCH Mth Avo. and Clarkson St Phono BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 92nd Avo. and Lafayette SC Phone York 7*47. MT. OLIVE eAPTISI MISSION, Mth and Blako streets. L. J. JONES, PASTOR, PHONE CHAMPA I*9. BHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Corner Thlrty-firat and Walnut Bta. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 QLENARM PLACE. Y. W. C. A. Schedule for Week. Sunday afternoon. 3:30. Vespers... Monday evening, 8 p. m., members' meeting. Thursday evening, 8 p. m„ Bible class. Saturday evening. 8 o. m„ Oym. clasa Lodge Directory. r. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. lei « Titus 8. Rector, O. as., 1715 Walton SL Was. Sprague, O. Sect., J 44 Ollpln SL Rocky UL Lodge No. 1. Ist and Ird klordaya of each month 26-J Walton SL Hiram Comm an dory. ti -2nd Tuesday of each month, only) 1884 Arapahoe SL Mteonie Consistory, (Ist and Ird Tuesdays at 12 Ooode Bldg.) t - Queen of Bheba Court 2nd and 4tb Friday of each month. (Afternoon) 2610 Welton SL Evergreen Chapter No. I*. O. E. 8. Ist and 3rd Tuesday of each month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Lone Star Chapter >\ EL 8. First and Third Fridays In each week, month. (Afternoon) 2610 Welton 8L Centennial Lodge No. 4. 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. ISI4 Arapahoe SL 1 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. W. H. Bess, Grand Chancellor. Colorado Bprlngs, Lola Cbas. S. Muse. G. K. of R. A 8. 1111 Gaylord. Aetna Company, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. 1114 Arapahoe 8L Pythias Lodge No. 11, Ist and 3rd Wednesday of each month. 1114 Arapahoe BL Damon Lodge No. 5, Ist and 3rd Fridays of each month I*lo Walton BL Columbine Calanthe (K. of P.) 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month < 2630 Welton 8L Rocky Mt. Court Calanthe. 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. 1114 Arapahoe BtreeL B. U. O. OF O. F. AND ITB AUXILIARIES. GRAND OFFICERS. Dr. Paul E. Bpratlln, D. Q. M. 12 Goods Bids Gao. 8. Contes, D. O. Beet., I*ll Welton BL Rocky Ml lodge 2120, let and 3rd Thursdays of aaeh month 1110 Welton SL Arapahoe Lodge No. tilt, Ist and Ird Monday of each month. 1114 Arapahoe BL Dearer Lodge No. 1646, 2nd and 4th Thuradaya of each month ISS4 Arapahoe Bf Household of Rath Na 17 1, Ist and Srd 'Tuesday of each month MM Walton BL Rons#-'Void Of Ruth No. «IM, 2nd Sad 4th Thursday of oaeb month at 2 p. m. Ml* Wattoa fet P. G.M. Caswell Ns. ft*. .. Denver Patriarchy Mo. 37, Fourth Tuooday of each month. 8880 Walton St fevenllee No. 071 (Odd Follow*). Ist (id 3rd Saturday of aacb month at 3 p. m„ 2630 Walton. U. B. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Emmett Cemmei, O. M, 3807 Walton St. Onm of tha Woat Temple, first and third Thursday of aaoh month. 1334 Arapahoa St Webster Templa (3 p. m.) Webster Temple, 2nd and tth Wednae lay of aacb month. 1134 Arapahoe St Queen Vaahtl, Royal House No. 1, S. M. T., meets second Friday night of each month at 1833 Arapahoe. Speed toope No. § First and third Saturday of each month. 2330 WePon B*. Western Star Lodge Ne. 1 Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 1»«4 Arapahoe St Captolla Temple (8. M. T.l. Meets Ist and 3rd Saturday even nga of each month. 1834 Arapahog 8L Golden date 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.) *“ d . “ d 4tJ> Saturday of each month at 2 p. m. 2630 Wei ton St. ®“ee n Elisabeth Temple No. 8 Second and fourth Thursday at each month at 2 p. m. 2330 Weiton 8t Naomi Tompla No. it M3 d o'wol 4 in' P St , “ y ' ° f — h Columbine Temple (8. M. T.) 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month 2330 Walton St Mountain Lodge Ellis No. 83. i£?nth. Dd <th W#dn ** d * 7 * of oach Spanish War Vaurans. 2nd and tth Friday of each month. , h P® MoJoy/tmelstory meats flrst and *^ r<l nights at Nippon h«ii 204# Champa St »ooond and -* bt * •* Nippon R * tabernacle Golden Went Tabernacle. No. 333. meets the second and fourth Tues day* in each month at 3711 Weltoa _ . KNIGHTB OF TABOR St. James Temple No. 437 meets Ist and 3rd Tuaadays of each month. BOYKINS TABERNACLE. J? 0 J kln, T * b «™«cle. 333-777, Grand Order 12 No. 431. meets the ® r,tand thlr ‘l Saturday of each !£'~. ern H,n - 1711 Wolton. u 7 '* OJlrer Royal House moots 2nd kfonday In each month at 3307 Whiten CJurt No. 8, meets Ist and third Friday* of each month at 2340 Washington St. Rice Pure Cold Tabernacle No. 638 S^n* Dd 3rd M ° Dd *” -»« No 460 “P* 4 * 2nd *na tth Thursdays at 2640 Washing- AMERICAN WOODMEN. _ SUPREME CAMP V. * upr,m * Commander *- Supremo Clerk Room* 29-31, Inc. Arapahoa Bide. Denver Camp No. 1, American Woodmen meets fourth Thursday evo °f ,?* < h month at 2830 Wolton St Odd Fellows' Hall. f POINTS OF INTEREST. State Capitol. Colfax and * —trie Union Depot 17th and Wyahoos ata City Hall, 14th and Larlmep sm. Auditorium. 14th and Oortle Sts. Public Bathhouse, 20th and Curtta sta Pnbllo " Jbrary, 14th and Baaaock. fir* Dop’t, 23th and Oloaarm Hass Inspiration Point federal Building, 18th and Champa HARDWICKAUTO SERVICE COMPANY OLIVER A. HARDWICK Mgr • X. - M fc * 3*rrico by Trip or Hour Stands—Atlas Drug Co.; 2703 Weiton St., Main 8)15. R«d Chib, •; 3713, Weiton St. Main 9759.