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of Lodges M. W. GRAND LODGE A. F. A A. M. So r Colorado and Jurisdiction, W M. SPRAGUE, Grand Secretary. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 1, A. F. A A. M. Meets the first and third Monday nights In the month at 2630 Welton , » street. WM. SPRAGUE. Secretary. P. O. Box 154. CENTENNIAL LODGE NO. 4, A. F. A A. M. Meets the second and fourth Mon day nights In the month at 1832 Arap ahoe street. All Masons in good standing are invited to attend. CALEB ALLEN. Sec., Caleb Allen, 929 21st street QUEEN OF SHEBA COURT. No. 8, Heroines of Jerlco. meets the second Friday In each month, at 2:30 p. m. at 1712 Curtis street. Mrs. M. B. Mackey, A. M.: Mrs. L. B. Moore. Sao ratary, 2925 Glenarm Place. LCNE STAR CHAPTER NO. 18, O. E. 8. Meets the first and third Friday In each month at 2630 Curtis St. MRS. IDA WAITE. W. M. SADIE GWYN, Secretary. 2950 Welton street. HIRAM COMMANDERY NO. 20. * Hiram Commandery. Knights Tem plar. meets the second and fourth Tiieescdifys In each month at 1882 Arabupoe street F. T. BRUCE. B. C. T. W. RICHMOND. Rec. 2227 Tremont Place. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. • 2320, G. U. O. OF O- F. Meets every Thursday In the month at 2630 Welton street. GEO. S. CONTEE, P. 8.. 2612 Welton SL ARAPAHOE LODGE NO. 2988, G. U. O. OF O. F. Meets the first and third Monday nights In the month at Odd Fellows Hall. 1832 Arapahoe street , GEO. D. HAUL, P. S., | p. O. Box 895. Denver Dodge No. 8646 G. U. O. of O F. meets the second and fourth Thursday nights In each month at Odd Fellows hall. 1836 Arapahoe street. c g MU SE. P. S.. 1221 Gaylord St- DENVER PATRIARCHY NO. 87 month at Odd Fellows Hall. 1832 Arapahoe streeL C. A. BURTON. W. P. R. HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH. NO. 387. Meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month at Odd Fellows - Hall. 2030 Welton streeL MRS. CLARENCE HOLMES. 2189 Curtis street. Worthy Recordere. Household of Ruth. No. 4130, meets tho / second end fourth Wednesday evening, at 2612 Welton streeL MINNIE DOWNEY, W. R. ► MINNIE WILLIAMS. M. N. G. PAST GRAND MASTERS' COUNCIL, NO. 118, G. U. O. OF O. F. Meets tnc second Friday In each month at Odd Fellows - Hall. 1832 Arnpahoo streeL WALTER SCOTT. O. 8. UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIEND SHIP AND SISTERS OF THE MYSTERIOUS TEN. Western Star I/odge No. 128, U. B. of F.. meets tho first and third Tuees day evenings of each month at 1832 Arapahoe street. O. D. HALL. W M. R. M. GRIGSBY, Soc. CAPTOLIA TEMPLE NO. 133, S. M. T. Capltolla Temple of the Sisters of tho Mysterious Ten meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 1832 Arapahoe Street. MRS. LILLIE LEWIS. W. P. MRS. CELIA LEWIS. Scc’y. WEBSTER TEMPLE NO. 5, S. M. T. M Meet second Thursday afternoon and fourth Saturday evening at 1846 Arapahoe. Worthy Princess. Mary E. Wade: Lulu Jackson, secretary, 3027 Marion. QUEEN OF THE WEST NO. 1. * Queen of the West Temple No. 1 holdß regular monthly meetings first and third Thursdays In each month. MRS. WASHINGTON, W. P. MRS. LOUISA COOPER, W. S. 2783 Marlon StreeL QUEEN ELIZABETH TEMPLE NO. 8 8. M. T. Meets the second and fourth Thnrs days of each month at 2630 Welton streeL Dora Loveless. W. P. Nettle M. Kolly, Secy. GOLDEN GATE JUVENILES, 8. M. T. and U. B. F. Meet the second and fourth Satur day afternoons at 2 o'clock at 1882 Arapahoe streeL All members In good standing are invited to attaad. FRATERNITIES KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS LODGES AIO THEIR AUXILIARIES. PYI hi as LODGE NO. 11. Meets the nr» t and third Wednesday : eights, 1832 mwpanoe street. HARRY JONEa, <3. C., IUZ2 19th Street. GEORGE W. DAVIS, K. of R. and S.. 1348 Fox StreeL DAMON LODGE NO. 5. K. of P.. meets at 2680 Welton St. the first and third Friday of each moDtb. ERNEST HOWARD. C. C. J. W. TAYLOR, K. of R. & 8. Progress Lodge No. 12, K. P., meets the first and third Friday In each month at 1832 Arapahoe street. J. H. SAMPLE, C. C. C. B. BLACKWELL. K. of R. and S. AETNA CAMP NO. U. R. K. OF P. Meets at 2630 Welton St. the second and fourth Friday nights In the month. T. DOUGLAS, Captain. C. E. HYMAN, Recorder. EUREKA COMPANY NO. 4. Meets the first and fourth Tuesdays R. BUTLER, Captain. HENRY BANKS, Recorder. COLUMBINE COURT NO. 279, I. O. O. c. Meets the second and fourth Tues day evenings at 2630 Welton St. All visiting members are Invited to at ! tend. LIZZIE WILLIAMS. W. C. ELIZA BETH SCOTT. R. D. Rocky Mountain Court No. 3. I. O O. C., meets the second and fourth Friday afternoons at 2630 Welton SL All visiting members are cordially welcomed. MRS. A. S. HAMILTON. W. C. MRS. E. OWENS. R. of D. ORDER OF ELKS. MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 39 I. B. P. O. E. of W., meets first and third Wednesday nlgnl In each month at 2630 Welton street. All visiting ! Elks are welcome. J. W. LEVELL, E. R. L. G. HALL, Sec., 1948 Pearl street. UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS CORPORAL WILLIAM WHITE CAMP NO. 4. Meets every second and fourth Fri day in each month at 1832 Arapahoe street. AMOS ELLISTON, Comd'r. C. E. LANGSTON. AdJL 1026 19th SL TRUE REFORMERS. True Reformers No. 1621, Colorado Enterprise Fountain, meet first and third Monday at 1832 Arapahoe street C. M. Hughes. Master. Mrs. M. E. Riley, Secretary. Cooper building. FRED BROWN. W. M C. M. HUGHES. Secretary. DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE. The Ten Virgin Tabernacle No. 66S meets at 119 23rd street the second nnd fourth Thursday afternoons at 2:30 sharp. MRS. LILLIE LEWIS. H. P ARLETHIA REYNOLDS, Rec. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday services—preaching. 11 a ; m. and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday achool. 1 1 P. m.: u. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.; com munion at the evening service the first Sunday In each month. Mid-week meetings—prayer meet ings. Wednesday 8 p. m.; teachers’ meetings, Friday 8 p. m.: Sewing Circle. Wednesday afternoon 2:30 p. m.; Mission Circle, first and third Thursdays In etch month, 2:30 p. m. Deacon and trustee bonrds meet Monday before first Sunday at 8 p. m HJkIV. A. K REYNOLDS. ZION BAPTIST CHUR.CH. 20th and Arapahoe Sts. Services from May lat to October lat. Sunday Services. Sunday School. 8:46 a. m. J. W. Jackson. Supt. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. B. T. P. U. at 8:48 p. m. A. C. Jackson, Prea. Communion at the evening service the first Sunday In each month. Mid-Week Meetings. prayer meeting, Wednesday. 8 p. m. Teachers' meeting, Thursday, 8:00 p. m. Sewing Circle, Friday afternoon. 2:30 p. m.. Mrs. Hattie C. Bruco PreatdenL Mission Circle, second end fourth eftemoona, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Lillie L. Smith. President. Dorcas Society. Mrs Willis. Preel dent Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Tuesday before first Sunday at 8:00 p. m. REV. D. E. OVER. Pastor. 2612 Downing Avc. SHORTER CHAPEL, A. M. E. CHURCH. Corner 23rd and Washington streets Sunday sendees: Nights of Meeting Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mri. Bf fye Waldon, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Class meeting at 12:45 a. m. i Allen C. E. league. 7 p. m. Mrs. lizzie N. Douglass, president. Holy communion the first Sunday of each month. Mid-week meetings: Trustees meet the first Tuesday of each month, 8 p. m. Official board meets the second and rourth Tuesday at 8 p. m. Eureka Literary society meets ev ery Tuesday evening. Mr. Elbert Rob inson. president. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. Sewing Circle meets the seconr and fourth Thursday of each month, at 3 m. Mrs. A. L. Mason, president, The W. M. M. S. meets the first and third Thursday of each month, 3 p. m. Mrs. E. N. Ward, president. Stewardess Doard meets the first Friday of each month at 3 p. m. Mrs. Fannye Brown, president. The deaconess board meets the sec ond Friday of each month at 3 p. m. Mrs. Unity Hall, president. Class meeting every Friday evening at 8 p. m. Choir renearsal Friday evening at 8 o’clock. Teachers’ meeting every Friday at 7 p. m. SCHOOL BOARD CONTROVERSY Former Mayor BacHarach's Appoint ment of J. F. Bourne Is Approved. By WHITTIER. H. WRIGHT. Atlantic City. N J.-Tlie appointment by former Mayor Harry Bacharach of Mr. James F. Bourne to the tK>ard of education in Ibis city has beeu a dinn ed by ti»e state supreme court. The board has been directed t writ of mandamus by the supn .»e court to permit Mr. Bourne to take his seat and serve as u member of the board of edu l cation of Atlantic City for the term i ; specified iu the ap|K>iutmeut of former • j Mayor Bacharacb. This decides a bitter controversy in -1 voicing the right of former Mayor j Harry Bacharach to up(>oint Mr. Bourne to the school board because of , his color. Mr. Bourne was ap|>oiuted by j Mayor Bacharach on July 10. 1012. at 10 o'clock a. m.. as the commission government took effect and Mayor Bacharach retired at noon. This situation raised the question of the right of the mayor to make the ap pointment. It was charged that Bacha rach made the appointment out of spite because he was not continued as , mayor. I The board of education appealed the . case to the stnte board of education, which held that Bourne was entitles! to his sent- The case was then carried to ! the supreme court by l»oth sides, i Mr. Bourne brought suit for the writ | of mandamus to compel the board to . sent him. while the board brought suit 1 for a writ of certiorari to set aside the action of the state board of education, i During the consideration of the case before the court it was found that quo wnrranto was the proper remedy, and by consent the whole proceedings were changed to a quo wnrrauto action. This led to a speedy determination in favor of Bourne. He is not only given his seat, but also his costs in the case. The new method of • mirt procedure permitted this change iu the character of the action. Under the old law an en tirely new suit would have beeu re quired. In speaking of the outcome of the case thus far Mr. Bourne says: “I am delighted with the decision of the supreme court. The matter Is a somewhat delicate one from my stand point. My object In carrying the case to the supreme court was for the pur pose of ascertaining the legality of my appointment rather than a desire to push myself into the board. Every member of the board I have had the pleasure of meeting I sized up as an estimable gentleman of the type of men capable of conducting the affairs of the public schools.” — i DESTRUCTION OF HUMAN LIFE ON THE INCREASE. Mobs Hsvs Murdsrsd Fourteen Afro- Americana Sines Jan. 1, 1913. As shocking ns it Is and ns strange ns It may seem to the peaceable and law abiding white people of tho United States, fourteen colored persons were lynched in tho short period between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28. 11)13. In no otlior civilized country In the world do wo find such destruction of human life without some action being taken on the part of the governmeuot to protect the lives of Its citizens as is true of Amer ica. The departments of Justice In nn tion, state and municipalities seem to Int r'tUr'Lt'i r'hUbYlbhlAN CHURCH. Corner E. 23rd Ave. & Washington 8L Sunday School, 9:45 o'cioca., a hi., Mr. Lou Hughes, Supt. preaching, 11 o’clock a. in., 8 p. m. *• P. S. C. E* 7 o'clock p. ni. U»cmju concert under tne auaplcea MY. P. S. C. E. the first Sunday mgm of the month. Mrs. Maude Kerr, Pres. Communion of the Lord’s Supper the first Sunday night of the quarter. . ..Deacon and Trustee Boards meet Monday night before the first Sunday at 7:30 o’clock. Mr. Elmer Anderson, Chairman. The Session Board meets when neo- Mary. Mr. W. G. Campbell, Clerk. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, 8 o’clock. The Forum (Literary Society), Thursday night, 8 o’clock. Mr. u. A. Williams. Pres. Choir Rehearsals, Wednesday and Friday nights, 7 and 8 o'clock. Mrs. Nelli- Marshbanks, Chorister; Mrs. Man - Anderson. Organist. Teachers’ meeting, Friday night, 7 to 8 o'clock. Bit> Institute, Friday night. 8:00 Th* Sewing Circle, Friday afternoon* 2:30 dock. Mrs. Lucy Hall, Pres. J A. THOS-HAZES7 ▼., S. T. 8., Residence—E. 23rd Ave. and Wash* •ngto.. Sl CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, Calif ■•< ia and Twenty-fourth Sts.— Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. W. A. Modi-, Superintendent. Pi- iching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. B. i P. U. at 6:30 p. m. J. M. Ma son, 'resident. M; -Week Service: Prayer meet ngWednesday at 7:30 p. m. M :ion Circle meets every second and iourth Friday in each month. The lie are invited to attend. REV. R. C. WILLIAMS, Pastor, f MRS. GRACE CATLETT, Church Clerk. THE CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal) Tv ?nty-second avenue and Hum bold: street. I 7: a. m.. Holy Communion. II m., first and third Sundays litar and solemn communion, with | sern. n. Second, fourth and fifth Sun -, choral matins with sermon. I 7: p. m., choral evensong with ; sermon. 9:4' am., Sunday school. be 1 • :it on pttsslug or attempting to pas?- egregation ordinances and meas ures ♦ended to prevent intermarriage between white and colored persons. On;" legislation will yet bring Amer ica t . rief. if the colored people com pose : the mobs which murder htimuu belt; - there would soon be projected the hi sliest wry the world has yet seen But these murderers are white, and .. cording to the majority of the rep* ' from the lynching camps, they con." 1 tute some of the best white peo ple. / T1 • colored people of the United i Kti'tc* have been bounded long enough. I It Is now high time for this matter of | lynching to be brought squarely before the national government by the race it [ i*e!f. No more worthy effort could be r.i ide during this fiftieth year of free dom than to inaugurate a great na jti nal protective agency to defend the !r. e against murderers Within twen ty five years, as the record shows, over £.*■oo colored men and women have Ken murdered in the United States. Therefore, instead of devoting so much time to plans for exj*osltions and the II- e,**the nice should give the matter of protection from violence serious con sideration before it is too late. New Institute School and Mission. The Institute School and Mission is the most recent educational organiza tion started in Philadelphia. The movement is headed by the Rev. Dr. C A. Tindley os president, and Mr. Ed ward T. Duncan is the secretary and manager. The school Is located at 1--7 South Seventeenth street- Liter ary and industrial subjects are taught. The Working Woman’s retreat meets nt /he school weekly on Thursday aft ernoon for the discussion of such mat ters as pertain to the material benefit of its members. Fesearofc Society Receives Rare Gift. Miss S. E. Marples of Birkenhead. E; gland, has presented the Negro S- iety For Historical Research, through its president, with “Memoirs of West African Celebrities” and “T ace Consciousness.” by Rev. S. K. B. Ottab Ahumn of Gold Const and tor af Gold Coast Nation, and “The S' ry of Kwesi Quainoo” as told by V. iself. CHRISTMAS CONCERT. H «t*»pton (Va.) Institute Students •tender Charming Musical Festival, ilnmpton. Va.—The annual Christ is carol concert, given by the great >rus of Hampton institute students. in luded the following numbers: Adestc FidcScs" <J. Heading. 1092): Holy Night” (Franz timber. ISIS); V ‘tor Victrola duct. ”Soug of the Ages’* (I. 11. Meredith); violin obligato. Mr. W. M. O. Tessmann. bandmaster II impton institute: “Night of Night**” i V .indewater), baritono solo. Mr. Tress l»* Scott, singing teacher Hampton In st tuts. Ye Shepherds Awake” (German folk melody); ‘•Hall to Messiah” (Charles B* Chau): ••Hallelujah Chorus” (Ilan ud’s •'Messiah**); “Christmas Hymn” told carol melody); “O Holy Night" (soprano solo). Miss Adelaide l* Hutch ins, singing teacher. Hampton institute. ‘ The Babe of Bethlehem" (tradition al): **Venlte Adttfemus Dominum” (O. \V. Warren); “Glory to Gckl In the Highest” (C. Simper); “He Is King of Kings” (plantation melody). The piau- Ista were Miss Frances H. Rogers and Mr. Alleu U. Gates of Hampton Instl- Keep off the date, April 30. Fridays, 8 p. m v litany and lec tures. The vestry meets on the first Wed nesday in each month at 8 p. m. The Woman’s Guild meets every Thursday at 3 p. m. The Altar Guild of the Blessed Vir gin Mary meets on the first and third Thursdays at 8 p. m. The Brotherhood of the Church of the Redeemer meets on the second Wednesday each month at 8 p. m. The Sacrament of Holy Baptism will be administered on the second, fourth or fifth Sundays at, the 11 The District Visitors’ meeting is held on the third Thursday in each month at 5 p.'m. The Rev. Henry B. Brown, B. D., Vicar The Rectory, 2144 Humboldv street. Phone York 5700. CAMPBELL CHAPEL. A. M. E. Church, Corner 23d and Law rence Sts., Rev. H. Franklin Bray, D.D., Pastor. Campbell Chapel A. M. E. Church — Corner 23d and Lawrence Sts. Rev. H. Franklin Bray, -D.D., Pastor. Sabbath school, 9:45 A. M. R. H. Willis, Supt. Don’t Forget to. Order a Case of COLUMBINE % VIENNA EXPORT PILSENER The BEERS specially brewed by THE PH. ZANG BREWING CO. for table use Telephone Gallup 395 for a trial case When in Need of Anything About a Hog, Except the Squeal COME TO WALTER EAST 2300 Larimer St. Phone Main 461 HOME MADE LARD and SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY Why BE BALD? By using my Special Treatment, 1 promise to grow hair on any person's head who has been bald twenty-five years. Stop hair from falling, promote new growth in six weeks, restore color to gray 01 faded hair without the use of dve E. WILLIAMS Satisfaction Guaranteed 1910 Pemujrlrania St. Denver, Colorado. ° r Money Refunded • Champa Pharmacy Cor. 20th and Champa Sts. 1 Phone Main 2425 Denver, Colorado R. WEBER Grocer and Market Game, Poultry and Oysters IN SEASON Telephone Champa 2121 2962 Welton Street E. R. PAGE. PHONE Proprietor Main 2759 PAGE'S POOL-BILLIARD PARLOR CIGARS AND SOFT DRINKS 2710 Welton Street, E>enver. Colorado OH, Say! The Eureka Whist and Social Club extend their invita tion to each and everyone, every Saturday from 12 to 1 a. m. at Eureka Hall We will have a Two-Step, a Sea-Side or a Loving Waltz then a glass or two of Do you get me, Steve? Whist games from 2 until 7 o'clock. Admission, gents 15c; ladies free. Under the management of MRS. A. BRANCH and F. BRANFORD. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 7: W» P. M. Sunday class meeting, 12:45 P. M. Allen league at 6:30 P. M. Communion every first Sunday. Mid-week meetings: Monday Eve. —Official board. Tuesday Eve. —Class meeting. Thursday Eve. —Prayer meeting. Friday Eve. —Teachers’ meeting and choir rehearsal. Mite Missionary society meets every second and fourth Friday at 2:30 P. M. Stewardess’ board, every first and third Friday at 8 P. M. A hearty welcome to all. Here you will find some of the best u usical tal ent in the city; a great choir. Scott's Methodist Episcopal Church, 80S E. 26th Ave. 11 a. m.—Preaching. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. G. G. Ross, Supt. 6:80 —Epworth League. 7:10 p. m.—Preaching. Official Board, first Monday in each month. Wednesday evening, prayer an* class meeting.