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THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, 24th Avenue and Ogden. David E. Over, D. D., Minister. Telephones, York 6007, York 9377. The Soul-Winning Campaign closed Sunday night. These meetings were' among the most remarkable in the history of Zion Church. The interest, the personal activity of a large num ber of workers, the response of the community in attendance, the spiritual awakening, the depth of prayer power have never been before experienced by many. As a result the church is alive and thirsting for other souls. It was truly a blessed experience, sixty nine of whom united with Zion church, while about twenty others came into the church by experience or letter. The work of the personal workers’ teams was an inspiration and served in large Treasure to reach the heart of the unsaved community in a most unusual fashion. So deep and thoro has been the awakening of the church forces that several meetings will be held for prayer and conference that wisdom to rightly conserve the pre cious results and meet the gracious opportunity before us might be given. The personal workers’ teams will be made permanent and Sunday and Wednesday nights will be given to special evangelistic effort. It is hoped that every member will be present at the Fellowship and Com munion service to be held Sunday night next. Sunday morning and af ternoon we hope to get all the candi dates baptized. There will be a spe cial service for the Sunday School at, 10 o’clock; the women will be bap tized after 11 o’clock service and the men in a special meeting at 3 o’clock. We look for a great day. Thursday night the membership will give a Fel lowship Supper to the new members. Ivet every member be present. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Phone Champa 1059 Rev. P. J. Price, pastor. Sunday School Lesson: “.Jesus Raised Lazarus from the Dead.” M. Peoples, Supt.; I. N. Whitten, Asst. Supt. B. Y. P. U., G p. m. Sis. L. Turner. Pres. Good attendance last Sabbath. Bap tizing again Easter Sunday morning in the old church. Covenant after baptism and sermon. Fellowship at night. It was a beautiful scene last Sabbath to behold the converts going into the water for baptism. Our con tribution was excellent. We are hop ing for a good openjng May 13th, T7. Sister Allice Richardson is much im proved at this writing. She was op erated on for appendicitis last Mar. 28th, 1917, at Mercy Hospital. Mr. Edward Jamison, who was taken to St. Joseph Hospital for pneumonia is improving grandly at this writing. Little Hoffard Hackley is improving at the County Hospital. Easter pro gram Sunday night. Come and hear it. Rev. Reynolds baptized one can didate last Sabbath. Two additions have been made to our Deacons’ board: Bro. Mike Thomas and Bro. Triplett. We believe the above named brethren will be a credit to Central Church. Bro. O. Trjplett came to Denver from Dodge City. Kansas, well recommended from the Baptist church of the above named city. Bro. Mike Thomas being one of our pioneer members of Central Church. Many thanks to our Lord for the souls that were saved in the past revival meet ing. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH 3148 Lafayette street. Phone York 7G47. A. E. Reynolds, pastor. Sunday School. 9:45, “Jesus Raises I>azarus from the Dead.” John 11:17-27-43, 44. 11 a. m., Preaching. At 3 p. m. the Sunday School will render their Easter Program, entitled “Life’s Jubilee.” Don’t fail to come out and hear the children. G: 30, B. Y. P. U. Topjc, “The Sig nificance of Easter.” I Cor. 15:50-58. 7:45. Preaching. The services last Lord’s day was very Spiritual, and after the morning service we had Baptizing, and the Lord’s Supper at the evening service. The East End Literary and Social Club will open with a good program. It was closed on the account of the Revival meetings, opening night of April 13th. Everybody is invited. The Sewing Circle are planning to hold a three-nights fair beginning May 30th. The Church was spiritually helped by the Revival meetings that closed last Friday night with quite a few additions. We will begin now with our regular routine of work. Mission Circle meets the first and THE ONLY CLEANERS and DYERS FANCY GOWNS A SPECIALTY Prompt Auto Delivery at Your Service. Call Phone Champa 303 S The Rocky Mountain Cleaning and 73018th St. Dyeing Co. Denver, Colo. third Wednesday in each month. Sew ing Circle every Thursday afternoon. Prayer meeting Wednesday nights. A cordial invitation extended to all. !• :ampbell chapel African m. ; E. CHURCH NOTEB. A. M. Ward, Pastor. ! 1218 23rd St. Phone Main 5474. j Junday school at 9:*5 a. m. V. N - Supt. I The public is invited to all religious ? services. t Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. A. C. E. League, 6:45 p. m. Chas. t Hegwood, president. > Class meeting, Sunday, 12:30 p. m. Prayer and class meeting, Wednes ■ day, at 8 p .m. 1 The public is invited to attend these services. The Easter sermon will be delivered at 11 a. m. Promptly at 7:30 p. m. the Easter exercises will be rendered by the Sun day School, instead of 3 p. m., be cause of the funerals at the Church in the afternoon. An excellent pro gram has been arranged. There will i be special renditions by the Senior Choir in addition to the recitations and song servjce, entitled “Easter Tid ings,” by the Sunday School. Our new A. M. E. Hymnal and song books and testament combined for the pews have come and will be used at the service Sunday morning. The Ushers’ Board has adorned our lawn with an attractive bulletin board for the church. The funeral of Mr. Douglass will be held at 1 p. m., and the funeral of Mrs. Claudia Watkins at 2:30 p. m., in charge of their respective orders, the K. P. and the O. E. S. A Mass Meeting will be held Tues day night to discuss the advisability of holdjng a National Convention in the interest of our people. SHORTER CHAPEL. Rev. C. A. Williams, pastor. Washington and Twenty-third Sts. Main 4877. Sunday School, 9*45 a. m.—G. C. King, Supt. A. C. E. League, G:3O p. m.—E. Nor ris, Pres. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Preaching by the pastor at both the ; morning and evening services. Services begin 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ’ Prof. J. C. Payne, Baritone soloist • of IjOS Angeles, Calif., will render selections Sunday morning in connec tion with the Easter services. Mr. • Payne is one of the best baritone sjng ers of the race. Easter Sunday Services. 6 a. m.. Christian Endeavor service • and breakfast. • Ba. m., Baptizing by immersion 1 11 a. m., Easter Sermon by paster. ’ 12 m., Baptizing by sprinkling. ' 3 p. m., Easter Exercises by the [ Sunday School and distribution of Easter eggs. 7:30 p. m., Easter Cantata by the 1 Senior Choir —to all of whjch the pub lic is invited. The Junior Choir made a great hit ; in their initial service last Sunday eve. The Brotherhood will meet on Tues day even, April 10th. All men urged to be present. The Mite Missionary Society wjll meet Thursday, May 12th at 2:30 p.m., at the church. All the ladies of the church are asked to come. The mock conference rally is on. Listen for announcement. Watch for dates. Every one is asked- v to join one of the churches and help the rally. iCOTT METHODIST EPIBCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH A VP. REV. G. S. SAWYER. Pastor. 2344 Tremont PI. Phone, Champa 4180 Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth League, 6:45 p. uj Midweek services, 8 p. m. Wednes day. WARD MISSION Thirty-first and Larimer Sts., Rev. B. F. McCully, Pastor. Preaching by the pastor morning and evening. Sunday School at 3 p. m. j Everybody cordially invited to at tend all the services. • In the afternoon at 3 p. m., there ’ will be a rally. All the pastors of the city and their congregations are cordially invited. PEOPLE'S PRESBYTERIAN. I E. 23rd Ave. and Washington Bt. I Pastor, J. A. Thos-Hazell, S. T. B. r . Easter Sunday—Services: 6 a. m., ’ Easter Carols and Holy Communjon. 11 a. m., Sabbath School Program. I “The Living Ix>rd for Latin America.” 5 p. m. f Easter Recital. ' Last Sabbath the services were all that might have been expected. Of ficers-elect were ordained and install ed at the forenoon services. At even tide appropriate musical selections in commoration of the first Palm Sunday were gracefully rendered. The wom en’s voices did credit to the selection “Palm Branches.” The opening chor us “Gird Thy Sword Upon Thy Thigh,” pictured our Lord’s Triumph al entry into Jerusalem, was a fault less rendition. “The story of the Pas sion” sung by Messrs. Woolridge, Evans, Norris, Z. Brickler, W. Brick ler, C. Clark, was charged with pathos as an introductory piece to the Cele bration of the Lord’s Supper. Mrs. Lilly Hughes and Mr. Clark ably sus tained their part of the duet 'Palm Branches.” The Sabbath School, under the su perintendency of Mrs. Jeanette Thom as, will have charge of the 11 o'clock services. At 5 o’clock- the clioid will wind up the day’s doings. Everybody is cordially invited to worship with us on Easter Sunday. On Palm Sunday the Church was most tastefully decorated. The one ness of expression was that Mrs. Gol die West was at her best as chairman of that decorating committee. She and her competent corps of decora tors promise that the decoration Eas ter Day wjll eclipse those of Palm Sunday. Come and See! CHURCH OF THE HOLY REDEEMER 22nd Ave. and Humboldt St. The Rev. Henry B. Brown, B. D., Vicar. 6:00 a. m., Low Celebration. 9:45, The Children’s Song Service. 11:15 a. in., Choral Solemn Fuchar jst. Sermon subject, “Christ Our Pass over is Sacrificed for Us.’ Merbecke’s Communion Service with Violin Obligato. Shorter Kyrie, J. L. Winter, in F. Gloria Tibi, Tours, in C. Gracia Tibi. Tours, in C. Introit Psalm No. 3, Hopkjns in C. Proces sional Hymn, “Welcome Happy Morn ing.” Sequence, “Angels Roll the Rock Away.” Offertory Anthem. “Christ Our Passover,” Chappel. Com munion Hymn. "By Christ Redeemed.” Recessional. “Christ is Risen.” Nunc Dimittis, Gregorian in F. 7:45 p. m.—Choral Evensong— * Psalm No. 118, “O Give Thanks Un to the Ix>rd for He is Gracious.” Kinke in A. and Travers in E. Masnificat, Smart in G. Nunc Dimittis. Greg orian in F. Processional Hymn, “All leluia. Alleluia. Hearts and Voices Heavenward Raise." Sermon Hymn, : “Christ the Lord is Risen.” Offer tory Hymn, “Come Le Faithful. Raise the Strain.” Recessional Hymn. "The Day of Resurrectjon.” Easter Carols will be sung at the close of the morning and evening ser vices. PLEABANT GREEN BAPTIST MISSION. 3131 Walnut Bt. W. W. Ryans, Pastor. Service every Sunday. 1* *~ m. Service, 2:30 p. m. Service, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. All Christian workers and sinners are welcome. MIBBION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE STREETS. [ Sunday School at 1:30 p. m. Preaching at 8 o'clock. Bible Training Clans, 7:30 each Fri day evening. Elder B. J. Clark, teacher. Ton are oordlally invited to each of these services. P. W. COLEMAN, Bec*y. B. J. CATLETT. Snpt. MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH. Regular preaching services Sundays at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Fri day night. L. J. Jones, leader. THE THIRD SEVENTH DAY AD VENTIST CHURCH. Meetings Held Sabbath (Saturday): Sabbath School at 10 a. :n. to 11 a. m. > Preaching service 11:16 a. m. to *2:15. Special Sunday evening service v until further notice) at 8 p. m. All a:e welcome. CHAS. S. LIGHTNER, 2917 Glen&rm Place. Y. W. C. A. NOTES.* Sunday afternoon the Vesper serv ices will be led by Mrs. Marie O’Neil. An excellent Easter program has been prepared. Mjss Oliphant will he the speaker Monday night. All members and friends should be present on time. If you miss hearing Miss Oliphant you will surely miss a rare treat. After the meeting last Monday night the girls made candy. Have you signed up for the new bible class? The membership committee is con ducting a membership campaign. E«ery member is asked to get one new' member. The recreation department is pre paring for a three days’ bazaar, April 26th, 27th and 28th, to be held at the Club room. The High School Girls’ Club met Wednesday afternoon. A good time was reported by all present. If you have not Joined the gym you should do so at once. • The recreation department Is mak ing great preparations for the Field Day Sports, May 31st. P h on* Main 6544 Prompt Delivery JOSEPH CARTER Coal and Wood Express Trunks hauled, 2Se up 2425 WASHINGTON STREET Phone Main 4239 jo°e e ?:S hara [ p^s ‘ TOGO Dry Cleaning and Hand Laundry Call and Sm Ds r.ciK.., WM. VOIGT S Watchmaker and Jeweler Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc! Fine Repairing of all Kinds 611 27th St., Near Welton Denver. Colo. GRINDING OF EVENT DESCRIPTION Hue decorating: ANDIRETAIL THE DENVER BARBERS’ SUPPLY COMPANY LOTZ;» KAHRHOFF 1527 GLENARM|ST. DENVFR PHONE MAIN .221 CutUrj,2T*ilel PripiTAtMls. Muicin Article*. P.rt.m.., HAIR POHADE BARBIR FURNITURE BARBER SUPPLIES Five Points Hardware Co. and Tinshop Everything in Hardware, Paints Oil*, and Glass at right prices Also Furnace work. Gutting and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Metal 'work at Reasonable prices 2643 Walton At Phene Champa 207A Phone Main 8407 C. W. BRIDGES Trunks'Moved On Sunday At Regular Prices CT A D k FUEL « FEED 5 I AK X & EXPRESS Hard and Soft Oral, Hay and Grain Furniture Moving EXPRESS No. 59' Stand 27th and Welton Sts. 619 27th STREET Phone Main 7547 PETER R. FOSSETT THE OLD RELIABLE PAPER CLEANER With 20 Yeara’ Experieac* ) 2017 Stent St Denver* Colo. r CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH of N't* HOLY REDEEMER Car. 22n'. An. and HumboldL I bait York 6700. PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor. Washington and 23rd Avon. Phono York 2104. SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd 8L and Washington Avo. " Thone Main 4877. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 24th Avt. and Ogdon SL ( York 9277 CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH Cor. 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Phone Main 5474. CENTRAL BAPTIBT CHURCH 14th II bstwson California and Stout Sts. Phone Champa 1059. SCOTT M- £. CHURCH SSth Avo. and Clarkson SL Phone Champa 4180. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 32nd Avo. and Lafayatto SL Phone York 7647. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST MISSION, SSth and Blako Areata. L. J. JONES, PASTOR, PHONE CHAMPA IS9. SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Corner Thirty-first and Walnut Sta. MISSION WORK . AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE BTREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 2917 CLENARM PLACE. YWCA BRANCH 318 25th SL Schedule for Woek. Sunday afternoon. 3:30, Vespers... Monday evening. 8 p. m.. members' meeting. Thursday evening, 8 p. m„ Bible class. Saturday evening, 8 u. m„ Gym. elaaa. YWCA BRANCH 2800 Glenarm Place Main 5736. Lodge Directory. r. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Titus 8. Rector. O. M„ 3716 Walton SL Wm. Sprague, O. BocL. t.*4 Gilpin SL Rocky UL Lodgs No. L Ist and 3rd tlordaye of each month 26. J Woltoa BL Hiram Cenunanderr. * -2nd Tuesday of each mouth, only) 1334 Arapahoe BL Masonic Consistory, (Ist and 3rd Tuesdays at 32 Goode Bldg I Queen of Bhaba Court. 2nd and 4th Friday of aaeh month. (Afternoon) 2630 Welton SL Evergreen Cbnpter No. 36, O. E. B. let nnd 3rd Tuesday of each month. (Afternoon) 2610 Walton SL Lone Star Chapter *\ E. 8. First and Third Fridays In each week, month. (Afternoon) 2620 Welton SL Centennial Lodge No. 4. 2nd and 4tb Monday of each month. 1524 Arapahoe SL m KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Grand Officers. W. H. Bees. Grand Chancellor. Colorado Sprlnga. :010. Chan 8. Musa. G. K. of R. A 8. 1121 Gaylord. Pythias Ix>dgn No. 11, Ist and 3rd Wednesday of each month. 1824 Arapahoe BL Damon I-odge No. 5. Ist and 3rd Fridays of each month Columbine Calanthe (K. of P.) 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of aaeh month ' 3630 Welton BL Rocky Mt. Court of Calnnthe, No. 3. second and Fourth Fridays of each month, 2711 Welton Fern Hall. i B. U. O. OF O. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. BRAND OFFICERS. Dr. Paul E. Bpratlln, D. Q. M. 33 Ooodo Bldg 000. 8. Contee. D. O. BecL, 2612 Walton SL Rocky Mt. Lodfe 3320, let end 3rd Thursdays of eaeh month 2630 Walton BL Arapahoo Lodge No. 2926, Ist nnd 3rd Monday of each month. 1334 Arapahoo SL Denver Lodge No. 3646, 2nd and 4th Thursdays of eaeh month 1934 Arapahoe St Household of Ruth K& 376, let and 3rd Tuesday of each month. 3630 Woltoa BL Ponse- hold of Ruth No. 4119. Sec jnd and fourth Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m , H. of R. 3999 Welton St P. Q. M. Council No. 11*. gß| 1114 Arapahoe. BH| Ft (4th Tuesday only.) .JHg Usurer Patriarchy No. IT, *B Fourth Tuesday of each month. 1130 Welton Juvenile. No. 871 (Odd relieve). % Ist and 3rd Saturday of each "* month at 2 p. m„ 2630 Welton. 1 U. B. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES. '*s Speed Lodge U. B. F. Meets and third Tuesdays of each month Ts at Elks’ Hall. Main 6639. (*>een of the West Temple. First and third Thursday of -«e»f month. , 1134 Arapahoe 8L ’ Webster Temple (2 p. m.) .Webster Temple, 2nd and 4th Wednam lay of each month. ; 1814 Arapahoe 8£ r Queen VaahU, Royal House No. |S| ®- T., meet* second Friday night of each month at 1832 Arapahoe Mi Speed Lodge No. 6 First and third Saturday of month. 2630 Weldon St, , West.rn Stsr Lodge No. 1 * ut * nd 3rd Tuesdays of each month lf>-4 Arapahoe SL .W Captolla Temple (S. M. T.) Meets Ist and 3rd Saturday even ts of each month. ’ 1834 Arapahoe SL Golden Gate Juveniles No. 1 (8. M.T.) 2nd and 4th Saturdays of oach month ’ at 2 p. m. 1834 Arapahoe SL Howard Juveniles No. 3 (8. M. T.) 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month at 2 p. m. 2630 Welton SL Queen Elizabeth Temple No. • Second and fourth Tnursdar of sack month at 2 p. m. . 2630 Welton SL Naomi Tempi* No. 12 »*?<>*£? | 4 .‘ h F o pld ■>'• °' ««ch month 2630 Welton SL Columbine Temple (S. M. T.>. 2nd and 4th Mondays of oach month . 2630 Welton St Mountain T>odg* Kike No. If. 2nd and 4th Wednendaya of each month. » Spanish War Veterans 2nd and 4th Friday of each moath. P®JJP 1 17* 7 Consistory meats first and , third Thursday nights at Nlppoa Half. 2049 Champa 8L , Mystlo Shrine meets sosond and 4 fourth Thursday nights at Nlppbn 1 Halt 2049 Champ* 8L ’ DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE , Prince of Peace Tabernacle No. 566. meets the second and fourth Tues day* In each month at 2711 Welton 8t knights of tabor Bt. James Temple No. 457 meets let** and 3rd Tuesday* of each month. BOYKINS TABERNACLE. The Boykin* Tabernacle. 333-777. Grand Order 12 No. 461. meets the flr*t and third Saturday of each month, Fern Hall. 2711 Welton. The Oilrer Royal House meets 2nd Btondny In ench month at 2807 Welton Frogren* Court No. 6. meet* i*t and third Friday* of each month at 2540 Washington St. Rice Pure Gold Tebernacle No. 565 meet* Ist and 3rd Monday* at 2540 A'aabington. Panama Temple No. 460 meet* 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 2540 hashing ton. Dunbnr dhaptei No. 16. Ancient Sodh and Haught era of JeriiHalem. meet* first and third Monday* of each month, Elk Hall, 2Gth and Washing ton. AMERICAN WOODMEN. BUPREME CAMP C. M. White, Supreme Commander L. H. Lightner, Bupreme Clerk . Room* 29-31, Inc. Arapahoe Bldg. Denver Camp No. 1, American Woodmen meets fourth Thursday eve ning of each month at 2630 Welton SL Odd Fellows’ Hall. POINTS OF INTEREST. State Capitol. Colfax and Lincoln. j j Union Depot, 17th and Wyakoop Bte. I City Hall. 14tb and Larimer Bte. J Auditorium. 14th and Cnrtla Sta. I Public Bathhouse. 20th and Curtis flta. 1 Public 'slbrary. 14th and Bannock. >■ Fire Dep’L, 26th and Glennrm Placet I Inspiration PoinL I Federal Building. 18th and Chnaspe I HARDWIGKAUTO SERVICE COMPANY I OLIVER A. HARDWICK Mgr I • k/ • 1 Service by Trip or Hour : Stands—Atlas Drug Co.; 270ajh Welton St„ Main 875-ljß 1 Rro Club, 2712 Welton s|V Main 2750.