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Church News CENTRAL PAPTIST CHURCH Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor. 2414 California St., Phone Champa 1059. Our general activity last Sabbath was grand throughout the church. Ser vices morning and evening were above the average. The pastor’s sermon in the morning and evening was highly commended by all present. We antici pate a real good program June 2 at 2:30 p. m. by the Woman’s Home Mis sionary society. The U. B. F. sermon Sunday evening at Central Baptist 2. Lady Masons’ sermon June 16, 2 p. m. Many commend the preface on the church Bulletin last Sabbath, present ed by the pastor. Many visitors were present last Sabbath. The morning service brought us through the envel ope system $23.73; evening. $15.21; to tal. $38.94. Sunday School. $8.34. Churches can grow only in proportion to the knowledge acquired *by studying God’s word, prayerfully and acting in telligently. Systematical work in the church ought to take pre-eminence over ignorance and unsystematic bun gling. We highly commend the offi cers of Central Baptist Church for helping to establish timely conditions in the church. We highly commend our city authorities for downing the bootlegging people in Denver. Every joint in our city ought to be put out j of business. The slogan of each re spective church in Denver ought to be •’Away with all bootlegging joints.” Evil minded men and women may fight against right for a while, but they will certainly acknowledge the right in a short time. The sick of the church are: Mother Rose, Sis. Callo way, who is improving. Let us not forget June 9 is Rally Day at Central. First Sunday in June, baptizing at Central. We commend the program rendered under the auspices of Cen trad church with Mrs. Price, Sister I. Turner, the pastor and Mrs. Bass of Little Rock, Ark., managing. All aux iliaries are in line for many good things this season. The members of the church will celebrate the pastor’s birthday May 27 at Central, beginning at 8:15 and ending at 10:15. Mrs. Carriss is mentioned somewhere for a birthday also. Mrs. Bettie Hardy is charman of the celebrating committee. Watch next weeks* issue for heads of auxiliaries that showed their willing ness in honor of the pastor’s birthday and the church in general. What about Mrs. M. Peoples? Next week’s issue will tell. Remember the gathering of the association, June 18, Trinidad, St. Paul Baptist church. Watch for three Sabbath pastor’s sermons, ‘‘Three Kind of Men' God Dislikes,” Sunday morning. Evening sermon, "A Coward and His Works.” Come and hear them. # MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH, . . 2201 Arapahoe Street, Rev. C. A. Miller, Pastor. Preaching Bervice, 11 a. m. and 8 p.m. An address was delivered to the | Sunday School by Mr. Blackshaw of Kansas City. Mrs. C. A. Bates, Supt. S. S.; B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m. The B. Y. P. U. was organized Sun day, May 12, by the State B. Y. P. U. President, Rev. I. N. Whitton. Sunday, May 19, a delightful pro gram was rendered by the B. Y. P. U., the topic being opened by the state superintendent. Mr. Saunder of Raton, N. M., deliv ered an address; remarks by the pas tor. Officers: Mrs. E. L. Draiper, Pres.; Mrs. N. Spears, Sec.; Mrs. M. Foster, Treas. Everyone is cordially invited. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday School, 9:45, lesson sub ject, ‘‘Jesus Silences His Adversaries.” Mark 12:28-34; 41744. Preaching at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m., topfc, ‘‘lmproving the Sunday School; Our Baptist Responsibility.” II Tim. 2:2. 8 p. m., preaching. The services last Lord’s day were well attended, and quite an interest was manifested in all the services. On ley will give her spring recital. She needs no introduction to the citizens of Denver. Come out that night and hear her pupils. No admission. On Thursday night we will hold memorial services. The Governor’s proclama tion requests that all citizens attend some place of worship that day. Fri day night, concert and Maypole drill, under the management of Mrs. Rey nolds. Admission 10c. Secure your ticket from the sellers. June 14 a mu sical and literary concert will be giv en under the management of Mrs. J. R. Hanger. The Y. M. C. A. Glee club and other talent of the city will ap pear on the program. Our annual ral ly is set for the second Sunday in July, which will be the 14th. We have two clubs in which the church mem bership is divided —The Gideonates, W. M. R. Rhodes, captain ,and The Deborahites, Mrs. A. E. Reynolds, cap tain. The pastor returned home last Wed nesday. He left his mother much im proved in St. Louis, but not able to travel. The pastor has been indis posed himself ever since his return. Strangers In the city will find a wel come at all of our services. Y. W. C. A. NOTEB. Last Monday evening Mrs. Seldon, county superintendent of schools, gave a most inspiring lecture on the “Chal lenge of the Future/* On Sunday afternoon Miss Thelma Thomas will lead the vesper services. Miss McClintock, president of the Cen traltral Association, will be the speak er. Monday night the program will be for the High School girls. The subject will be, “Household Economics.” Mrs. Allison of the Agricultural College will be the speaker. Last Tuesday the Pansy Club elect ed the following officers for the year: La Vern Williams, president; Louise Mays, vice-president; Naomi Broach, secretary, and Bernice Chism, treas urer. Mrs. Gertrude Graham, leader of the High School Girls’ Club, has left the city and Mrs. Florence Douglas has ta ken up her work. Next Wednesday the girls are giving a party for all High School girls who are not members of the club. » The Violet Club, with Miss Beatrice Lewis as leader, meets every Thurs day afternoon at 4 o’clock. Seventh and eighth grade girls are invited to become members. June Ist we will go to Golden on our picnic. Those desiring to hike from Rifle Range will give their names to either Mrs. O’Neil, Mrs. Ross, Miss Chapman or Miss Lewis. Meet at the club room at 9:15 Saturday morning. The “Y” Quartette sang at the Highland Christian church. North Den ver, Sunday night. CASPER, WYO. SUBSCRIBERS. TAKE NOTICE! In accordance with our annual cus tom we are sending out statements showing when you are paid up to, and what you will owe In 1918. If there ' are any dates which do not agree with ours, please ♦•• form us at once, so I that correction can be made and ad- I justed. All those who are delinquent are urged to pay up at once as the government forbids us carrying della quent subscribers. Please take notice the above and oblige ROUSE EVENTS. Rev. W. T. Thornton spent Sunday in Walsenburg. Mr. J. W. Harrison, who has been in the hospital in Pueblo, has returned to his home in Rouse and is doing nicely. The Progressive Club will be enter tained on May 21 by Wm. Davenport. Mr. Bernard Reid spent Saturday and Sunday in Rouse. James McClain of Brodhead is here 1 visiting his sister, Mrs. R. B. Boggess. | Little Corene Sampson is on the I sick list this week. I We are glad to note the interest that is being taken in the Rouse Cor net band by several of the young men of Walsenburg. The new members of last week were N. S. Steele, P. York, Melvin Holmes, Wm. Holmes, R. P. steele. The Rouse Choral Club will meet at the Y. M. C. A. Monday evening. Mr. C. W. Hawkins, director; Mrs. E. M. Boston, pianist; Mrs. C. W. Hawkins, Mrs. C. B. Reed, Rev. W. T. Thornton, Mrs. M. V. Thornton, Mrs. C. A. Mit chell, Mrs. B. Sampson, W. W. Smith, A. F. Curry, accompanists. Mrs. C. B. Reed, Mrs. C. A. Mitchell, G. Dow, E. Page and W. Robinson en joyed a motor trip to Walsenburg Sun day evening. The-Tacky Rally given by the Pro gressive Club on last Monday evening was quite a success. A very interest ing program was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Wm. Davenport returned to Rouse Saturday evening after spend ing the week in Walsenburg visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. Boggess. Mrs. Ida Hogg left Saturday night for Pueblo to visit her sister, Mrs. L. Williams. Mr. Wm. Davenport motored to Wal senburg Sunday. Mr. Joe Breaux of Walsenburg was a visitor in Rouse last Thursday and Friday. Rev. W. T. Thornton', secretary of the Y. M. C. A., announces there will be religious services there every Sun day evening. Mrs. Eugenia Boston, pianist. Let us all attend. CAMPBELL CHAPEL AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH 23rd and Lawrence Bta. A. M. WARD, Minister 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, Older N. Jackson, Supt. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. preaching. 12:30 Sunday Class meeting. 7 p. m. Allen C. E. league. SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Clarkson and East 26th Avenue. Rev. T. S. McMorris, D. D., Pastor. Phone Champa 4180. . MEETINGS OF THE POND LILY ART CLUB FOR THE MONTH OF MAY. May 23 —Mrs. F. Smith, 3101 Califor nia St. May 30th —Domestic Science Day, Mrs. N. L. Douglas, 1035 Meade St. C. CAMPBELL, Pres. N. L. DOUGLAS, Sec’v. THE ZION BAPTIBT CHURCH David E. Over, D.D., Minister, CHURCH NOTES. Mrs. Viola Washington. Sunday morning the audience lis tened attentively to the very touching and soul-inspiring message delivered by Rev. Over. The force of the discus sion was life, its motives, and the question of how it Is lived? The pas tor said: "Life is by no means pas sive,” and made clear the fact that life should be a steady journey toward the divine goal—the Church of Christ promising, but sweeping down every barrier and moving onward to the con quest of every evil. The evening dis cussion was “Faith,” and was also a source of much inspiration. It is con soling to know God goes before the trusting soul and brings light out of darkness, joy out of sorrow, and peace out of conflict; it is consoling to know that He Is onr sufficiency—that It Is He who takes charge of all unseen forces and saves us from needless an xiety as the final outcome. One has said. “Faith in God is to a life what the iron framework is to a great build ing; it is hidden, yet upholds it all.” Sunday’s addition to the church: Sis ters Nora Briggs, Frankie Allen, Bros. Sanders, Otto Briggs, L. K. Jackson, and Jessie Douglas. Remember the Pulpit Aid will enter tain at Zion Friday evening, May 24, with a musical and the beautiful May Pole drill. Sunday, June 9, is Children’s Day, and an excellent program is being pre pared. Sunday, June 16, is Annual Offering Day. Do not forget the date. We recognized several visitors in 1 the congregation Sunday. You are always welcome. At this writing Brother Hodges i 3 very low. He has been fighting a gal lant battle, but indications are that the end is drawing nigh. Friends con tinue in sympathetic prayer. Bro. Wm. Bledsoe has also been ill for more than a week. Sister Gussie Simmp was buried from the Cammel Undertaking Par lors last Monday morning. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. It lias been a long while since tne Y. M. C. A. had a more profitable and pleasant afternoon than the one spent at Scott M. E. Church last Sun day afternoon. The program prepared for Mothers’ Day had been postponed until last Sunday, and when the pro gram began, about 4:15 o’clock, the the church was crowded to the very doors. The mothers in the audience occupied reserved seats in the front pews. Chairman L. H. Lightner pre sided and Mr. Luther Walton offered prayer. The pastor, the Dev. Dr. T. S. McMorris, spoke briefly at the begin ning of the program. The audience was in good spirits, and encouraged each speaker with ap plause as he came upon the platform to speak. The main attraction of the program was the ajvearance of Mme. Bessie La Bell, the gifted lady bari tone, formerly of Chicago, who swept the audience clear off Its feet by her splendid rendition of “Good-Bye" and “Joan of Arc.” It seemed as if the ap plause would never die away, and the singer was forced to respond with an encore. With her deep, rich voice, her splendid interpretation, her pleasing manner and attractive personality, the singer captured the hearts of all her hearers. The speakers were: Coun sellor E. P. Blakemore, “The Signifi cance of This Day;” Counsellor T. O. Mason. "A Mother’s Expectations;” Mr. S. B. W. May, “Some Things Moth ers Have to Bear;” Mr. Jesse Doug lass. “Joys That Come Into the Lives of Mothers." and Secretary Thomas .1. Bell, “Our Mothers —God Bless Them.” The meeting Sunday afternoon will be held at the branch building, as usual at 4 o’clock. The Rev. H. E. Chapman, pastor of the Third Congre gational Church, will be the speaker. All will be welcome. TROOP 50 NEWS. The boys of our troop took a long hike after the parade last Saturday and took test in tracking, scout pace, making a fire, and cooking. Some will soon start on our first class test. The Mothers’ Council is soon to give an entertainment for the benefit of the troop. Miss Mildred Coates, who has been operated upon recently at St. Joseph's hospital, is able.to be about again. She is the picture of health and is sojourn ing with her friend, Mrs. M. E. Smith, 2614 Marion street. * Mrs. Annie Hicks returned home from the hospital last Sunday. She is not allowed to have visitors for tw’o weeks. MAY MEETINGB OF THE 8. I. AND 8. 3. CLUB May 20—MrB. Alice Webb. 1832 M% rlon street. May 27—Mrs. Hattie Williams. 2913 Glenarm place. TUESDAY cant heal WHEAXLESS ffffflffjrt* mno niAn cimkcu. UUIIIIiIH PAmw a RrAkun mow lUHF CONTAINING WHEAT ■ | *> - - > . wr; . \%J jMMjM^fmr^Sg^^^m Campbell Che pel Pally CLABB NO. 9. Commander, Etta Blackwell. Team Leader No. 31. R. A. Rodgers .-SIO.OO Sarah R. Watkins 5.00 Bertha Garnett 3.00 Fannie Mackllu 3.00 Minnie Holmes 3.00 James Blantare 3.00 Gladys Newland 3.00 Jessie Arnold 3.00 Bessie Marshall 1.00 Ruth Marshall 1.00 $35.00 i Team Leader .No. 32. , Sarah Byrd $ 3.00 Etta Blackwell 5.00 rMattie Johnson 5.00 Callie Jones 5.00 Fred Britton 5.00 Newton Bell 5.00 F. E. Murphy 3.00 Sarah McDaniel 2.00 Helen Pullen 3.00 $36.00 Dear Members: May we have your unstinted support in this annual ef fort to free the Church of its Indebted ness now due? Faithfullly, Your Trustees. A. M WARD. Minister; G. C. SAMPLE, Secretary; DAVID LONG, Treasurer. "The Star-Spangled Banner." The best authority on the proper wording of “The Star-Spangled Ban ner,” Is the author of the song, Francis S. Key. In the course of innumerable printings of the song, differences in the text have occurred due to careless ness. had memory or deliberate ef forts to “improve” it. Of course no one has any definite authority to make changes. Several copies of the song in the author’s own handwriting ex ist. Even these differ, but the differ ences are very slight, and do not af fect the sense. One of these is the copy made by Key immediately after composing the poem, which he had first, after a preliminary sketch, writ ten out on the back of an envelope. While this text Is not absolutely the original it is virtually that and may be regarded as the standard. Fac similes of this and later copies in Key’s handwriting are printed togeth er with facsimiles of enrly printed ver sions without nnd with lrpsic. in a book Issued by the library *f congress in 1914—“ The Star-Spnngled Banner,” by Oscar Oeorge Theodore Sonueck, who discusses all the evidence about the origin of the song. Prehistoric Man’s Intelligence. Some years ago the remains of a prehistoric man were found In central Europe In a geological stratum that showed that he existed at least 000,000 years ago, and probably more. His physical formation, especially tha shape and size of the skull, left no doubt, according to scientists, that he had been a well-developed human be ing with u creditable degree of Intel ligence. He did not show the brain fosslbilities of modern man. It Is true, but probably he did not need them, since it must have required less intel lectual power to dodge the giant dino saurs and other small-headed mem bers of the Sauropoda family of that day, alarming though they might look, than to escape death from tha preda tory and terrifying automobUe el to day. ! FRIIXAIY WEATLESS »o BUM auoxu. ■UIIIuV J cnruiNUM WHTAT I - ~| , Aix x-iea;. l : , ' VHEATLESS Vfl KO BKKAD. auacu. IbIIIIIIRh' TArm cm iuakimt hxm VIIXAT CHURCH DMtCTOItV I PLEASANT MIIN BAPTIST 1 MISSION. *ISI Walnut St. W. W. Ryan*, Pastor. Sarriaa every Sunday. U l a Service, 1:10 p. m. Service, 7:10 p. m. MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SOHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST AND BLAKE S T MITS Sunday School at 1:1S p. m. rr jacking at 1 o'aiaaA MUa Ttalalas Class. 7:10 eack Frv Sajr avaulne ■Mar B. I. dark, taaahar. Tan ara awilally Invited ta aaoh d P. W. OOt MIN, Secy, i j. OATurrr. so pc 4COTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Ml NTH AVE. Sunday school. 0:40 a. m. Preaching, 11 a in. and lp.a Bpworth League, 8:45 p. m. Midweek serrloee. 8 p. as. Wednea- REV. T. S. McMORRIS, PASTOR. Shorter A. M. E. Church Cor. 23rd and Washington Sts. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH 3148 Lafayette street. Phone York T 647. A. a Reynolds, pastor. Phono York 7047. Zion BapVat Church Cor. 24th snd Ogden Streets. COME TO BETHEL, THE CHURCH OF QOD, IN FIVE POINTS. IBIS Washington SL Sunday School. 10 a. m. Preaching at U a. m. and 7:10 p. m. Como to the Bible Study Tuesday aTenlngs at 7:10. Coma to the Prayer Meetings Thursday sranlnga at 7:10. The Spirit and the Bride say COMB. Let him that hearath. say COMM Let him that ta athirst COMM Whosoever will let him COMB! CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH S4ta SL sat ween California and Sheet Sta. PEOPLES' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Car. Washington and ttrd Avee Car. 23rd SL and Washington Ave. Phoae Tech IIPL CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH REV. P. J. PRICE, PASTOR. SCOTT M. £. CHURCH Phone Champa 4110. MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST MISSION REV. C. A. MILLER, Paster 2201 Arapahoe SL MT. OLIVS BAPTIST MISSION, Mth and Slake stream. L. J. JONES, PASTOR. PHONB CHAMPA ISO, SHILOH BAPTIST MISSION. Corner Thlrtydlrat and Walnut Sta MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST ANO BLAKB STREETS. THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, 1017 BLENARM PLACE. YWCA BRANCH SIS 20th SL Sahadula far Weak. Banday afternoon. 1:10. Vespers... Monday evening. I p. m. members' meeting. Thursday evening. 1 p. . m.. Bible class littii-day evening. 8 o m„ Oym. alean. Day Nursery and Club Hume, 1117 Clarkaoa BL V M C A BRANCH 2SOO Oltnarm Place Phone MM, T. M C. A. Church of the Redeemer 22nd Ava. and Humboldt 81. Lodge Directory* . . A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES, Tttud B. Sector. O. a, 1718 Wei ton Bl w u dprague. Q Sect-. ; 84 oiipia dL Rocky ML Lodge No. 1. Ist and Ird Mordayo of each month 24-1 Weltoa 81. H Iran. Cotnmanderv -2nd Tuewiar of each moath. only) 1134 Arapahoe St. V'eonlc Ooaalatory. flat and Ird Tuesday* «• tl Goods Bldg.) . ei m dhaba OourL Ind and 4th Friday of each month. (Afternoon) 1110 Walton BL Evergreen Chapter No. 18, O. E. 3. Ist and 3rd Tuesday of each month f Afternoon) 2810 Wellon 8t Lone Star Chapter O. E. 8. First sad Third Fridays In each week, month. (Afternoon) 2810 Welton BL Centennial Ixxtim No. 4. 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. 1814 Arapahoe HL KNIOHTB OF PYTHIAS AND ITS AUXILIARIES. Qrand Officer*. W. H. Beak Grand Chancellor, Colorado Springs, Join. Floyd F. i..nlth, . I K. of It A 8. 2861 Walton. Smith Lodge No. 11, K. of P, masts the aacoad and foartk Thursday nights of each month, at an Hall, 11th aall>W sailing ton. FLOTD T. SMITH. C. a W. R. RHOO—. K. of R. S. OLIVER ROYAL HOUSE NO. t meets Bret Tuesday In aaoh at old Colony HalL MM. OUm, Queen. I Prlklu Lode* No. 11. I lat' and Ird Wednesday of each IM4 Arapahoa EL Damon Lodga No. S, lot and trd Fridays of aaan month Columbian Calanths (K. ot P.) tnd and 4th Tuaadaya of aaah month ana WelUa BL Kooky hl Court of Calaatba, No. I. aaooud aad Fosrth frtdara of aaah Waltaa Pan Hah. O. to. to. OF O. F. AND ITa AUXILIARIES. •RAND OFFICERS. Dr. Paul E. Spratlln, D. Q. M. a (S Oooda Bide. Doe. S. Conten. O. O. Boot., , 111! Walton 8L Rocky ML Lodaa MM, lot and Ird Thuradaya ot aach month ddSu Walton DL Arapahoa Lodaa No. MM. lot aad trd Monday of aach month IM4 Arapahoa BL Denver Lodaa No. M 44. End and 4th Thuradaya of aach month into Arapahoe ot. F. a. M. Council ria. lIS f«th Taaaday oaty.) IM4 Arapahoa. Patriarchy No. n, v Fourth Tuaaday of aach «mKii IBM Waltaa b> (araaUaa Na »T1 (Odd Foliawa). lat and Ird Saturday of aach mouth at t p. m . 2UO Waltaa. U. S. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES *Faad Lodge U. S F. Maata drat and third Tuaadaya of aach moats at Mu' Hall. Mala dddd. . °' Tampl. maata firm •nd third Thunday of oaoh minth ot Old Calony Hall. Webstar 1 ample <2 p. . Webster Temple, lad aad tea Wadaaa lay of each moats ltd 4 Arapahoa Bt V “SU. Royal Honan No. L S M. T.. menu second Friday night of aach menu at 1(22 Arapahoa. •P*nd Ledge No. 1 First aad third Saturday of -rtl moats 2(24 Walton SL Woatsrn »Ur Ledge Na. 1 lat and Srd Tuaadaya of aaah manta 1h.4 Arapahoa at OnptoUa TampM (8. M. T.l. Maau lat and Ird Bat order area n«a of each moats ISM Arapahoa Bt Ooldoa Sato Juvonllaa Na. 1 <S M.T.) End and 4th anturdayn a* aaah mnnth at t p. at IMS Arapahoa PL Howard Juvonllaa Ns 1 (S M. T.) u 4 4th SaturtAi %t ssak ■oath at 1 p. m. , IU« Waltaa SL *?, Quaan Elisabeth Tempt. Ns a Bdoond and fourth Thursday d moi moatt at I p m. SdM WeMaa m. Naemi Temple Ne. 12 £d and 4th Frldaya of seen mourn ddIO WoMca BL v Columbine Tempi. (B. M. T.l. End and 4th Mendaya of oaoh esea EdEd Waltaa Bt Mouatala Lodge Bka Ns M rnMChf 4 <th W * da * adar * of aaah Spanish War Veterans, lad aad 4U Friday at each maata Da Molar Coaslatory maata IM end third Thunday night, at Nlapaa b.ii 1049 Champa SL Myatlo Shrine meets aaennd *~f fourth Thursday nights at Nlppoa Hell. M 49 Champa SL DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE Frlnea of Paaca Tabernacle No. MS meats and Ird Fridays In oaoh month at Old Colony Hall. KNIGHTS OF TABOR St. James Temple No. 417 meets let and Ird Tuetdnye of each month. BOYKINS TABERNACLE. The Boykin* Tabernacle. 133-777 Grand Order 12 No. 4*l, meet* the flr»t and tHrd Saturday of each month. Fern Hall, 2711 Wolton. The Otlrer Royal House meats 2nd Monday la **eh month at lit? Waltaa Cj °rt NS 1. maau lit aad , third Fridays of each month at 2540 Washington BL Rica Pure Gold Tabernacle No. 545 maata Ist and Srd Monday* at 1140 Washington. Panama Tamp* No. 410 mMtft'ia* and 4th Thursdays at Ss4oWastUa* ton. Dunbar Chaptai To. if, Ancient Bona and Daughters of Jan sal am meets first and third Mondays of each month, ESk Hall, tdth and Washing AMERICAN WOODMEN. •UFREME CAMF C. M. Whits, supreme Cemmandar „ u H. Llghtnar, Supreme Clark Room* 44-11. Arnpahaa Bldg ..Denver Camp No. 1, American i hacond and , fourth Fridaysiof aaoh month at Old Colony Hall, aath and Downing Ms C. N. Pitt, Commander, Carrie McClain, Clark. -.ZaP* JOS' a * Juvenile Depart wmimeat at Old Ookmy MU. Ilth and Downing, on aad fourth Satarday afternoonsattlna o’eloek. .