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Who They Are, What They Are and Where They Are. The People’s Alliance Is holding reg ular meetings at Odd Fellows’ hall, 1712 Curtis street, each Sunday. The public is invited. SPECIAL NOTICE. Under special dispensation granted by the Supreme Camp of American Woodmen, a special rate of $2.50 is made for those who wish to avail themselves of the protection offered by this grand fraternal order. Mr. R J. VonDickersohn has charge of the organizing department, He reports splendid progress among the appli cants. PICNIC GROUNDS If you are thinking of giving a pic nic this summer however large or small in attendance, don’t forget that there is a colored man in the state ! who has a resort with all accomoda tions for the pleasure and comfort of your guests. Phone Boulder 203. Jackson’s Re sort, Boulder, Colo. O. T. Jackson, Proprietor. 9-12 The Bird's Eye Restaurant is stead ly gaining in patronage. The service s first-class and 15 cents gets a meal. O. Higgins, Prop., 1016 19th St. A prize drill by companies from Pu eblo, Colorado Springs and Denver for the State Cup will be at the grand Emancipation Celebration and Barbe cue, at Rocky Mountain Lake, Aug. 4tb. FOB RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern with bath; with or without board. Mrs. Fugitt, 1859 Champa St, Newest and freshest drugs, quick service and at reasonable prices. Pre scriptions filled at all hours. James Hullinger Ac Co., 23rd and Larimer. When you goto Cheyenne, call at 1608 Eddy street, Mrs. Lucy Davis, for furnished rooms. 9 1 R. G. Holley will direct the orches tra for the concert and dance at the Grand Emancipation Celebration and Barbecue, at Rocky Mountain Lake Aug. 4th. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor. 24th and California Streets. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School at 12 o’clock. Young People’s Meeting at G:30 P. M. REV. C. D. DOUGLASS, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Mission, 26th ave., and Clarkson St. Services, Sun , day School, 9:30 a. m, preaching 11 a. m., Epworth League, 6:30 p. m., preaching, 7:45, p. m. Rev. J. E. Williams, pastor. Ward’s Chapel, 753 Clark Street. Preaching, at II a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school, at 12:30 p, m. An in vitation is extended to the public. Rev. G. W. Tolson, pastor and Gen eral missionary. Campbell A. M. E Church. 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Regular services 1 a, m.; 8 p. m.; Sunday School, 1116: Allen’s C, E. Leagu#, 7 p. m. Rev. J S. Payns, paster At the People’s Sunday Alliance tomorrow, there will be a double treat. Bishop Lee will address the citizens at that timo on a subject that will Ije interesting to all and J. War ner Mills, who is a writer of national reputation being now one of the con tributors to The Arena, and is the compiler of the statutes of Colorado, will speak on the franchise question in municipalties, Either of these is sufficient to ensure a great afternoon and when to them is added music by the Azalia Hackley Choral Club, the audience room should be filled to overflowing. Tomorrow at the Church of tho Re deemer there will be tho regular monthly celebration of the Holy Communion with sermon by the Rev. Graf. The attendance of all commu nicants is urged both as a privilege and a sacred duty. The annual Par ish Festival service will be held on the Sunday nearest St. Augustine’s i Day (Aug. 28) when the Bishop will ! bo present and administer the holy sacrament of confirmation for which a class is bow being formed. FOR RENT—A nice front room suit able for two gentlemen, at 1831 Penn. Ave. Mrs. Dean. NOTICE The True Reformers have been no tilled by the Grand Master that until August I, members can be made at $3.00. The dues are 55 cents per month and you pay no death benefits. If you want the best and cheapest see any of the members or H. B. Brown, Messenger. Dryfus Store, 16th and Larimer Sts. Excursions from Colorado Springs, Pueble, Florence and Boulder will be run here for the grand Emancipation Celebration at Rocky Mountain Lake, Aug. 4th. Stop in and inspect our fine line of jewelry. Everything in that line. Janies Hullinger A Co., 23rd and Larimer Sts. Bishop Lee, who rank* as one of the most scholarly bishops on the bench of the A. M. E. Church, will preach at Shorter Church tomorrow morning and at evening at Campbell Church. Bis wide travel and great reputation as a pulpit orator make him assurer! of a crowded audience. At Bourner's Hall on Saturday ev ening August the 12, the Knights and Daughters of Tabor, invite the public to join them in their grand midsum mer entertainment. Good music and a grand spread. Admission, adults 25 cents, children 15 cents, Robert E. Jones, editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate, who was a prominent delegate in at tendance upon the Epworth League, extends to Mr, and Mrs. T. D. Perkins on behalf of himself and wife bis heartiest thanks for many courtesies extended during their stay in Denver. He also remembers others who were hospitable. The following have bean suspend ed from Captolia Temple, No. 133, S. M. T.: Jennie Smith, Lulu Dauiels t Elizabeth Brown. Miss Lizzie K-zel of Quincy, 111., is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Mortis Campbell, S37 So. Trernont. She is accompanied by her mother. Tom Logan of the Kemp Comedy Four is resting up this week in the city after a six weeks success on the Pacific coast, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Bland gave a card party Saturday evening in hon or of Miss Georgia Nugent and Miss Atholone Peyton, two of our visitors. About a dozen persons wero present and made a merry evening of it, Wm, Thompkins is now an interne at Freedman’s Hospital in Washing ton as a result ofbeing one of the two successful ones in the examination at Howard. SCARES AWAY THE RATS. How Ingenious Woman Insures Sifsty In tha Morning. An Augusta hotel Is more or less In fested with rats, and naturally the rats have a love for the department where the food Is prepared. The help Is largely feminine, and while none of them has any fellow feeling for the rodents, there is one who stands In mortal fear of them. She, with the others, occupies rooms on the floor above, and one of the hardest hours of the day la when she gets up In the morning and makes her way to the kitchen. She had rath er meet old Nick himself than a rat, and she also feels that she Is liable, on going downstairs, to meet one on every step. Therefore, In order to prevent anything of the kind, she has provided a means of averting It that Is simple, yet effective. On her trunk, within reach of tbs bed, she keeps ten or twelve tin lard pall covers and when In the morning she has donned her raiment she care fully opens the door of her room and, taking a. cover, lets It go down the stairs. The rattle of the tin on the stairs gives her courage, and with the other covers In her hand she starts down the stairs. When she has descended two or three stairs she lets go another cover and makes another advance. This goes on until she has reached the foot of the stairs, when, after opening the kitchen door very carefully, she throws the remaining covers across the floor or up against the range. By this lime she has convinced her self that not a rat Is left In the kitch en, and with a sigh of relief she be gins her day's work.—Kennebec Jour nal Women and Higher Education. Mm. Klim Spender Mussey. dean of the Washington college of lew, said In the couno of an Interesting addreaa delivered on the occasion of the eighth annual banquet of that Institution In Washington the other day The time was when woman, like the giraffe, was quite content with what she found In her purely domestic pasture, but dur ing the last fifty years she has begun to reach up for the leaves of knowl edge that grow on the tallest palm trees, until at last she aspired not only to study law but to have a college of law created primarily for her. as all other colleges of law had been created primarily for men, but she has gener ously held out a hospitable hand to her brother in the law. There has never been any question about wom an's right to labor with her hands, but directly she wishes to be a brain worker or to be trained as one, then Is the time that she is In danger. Somebody has defined a brain worker as a man who spends all bo makes trying to live up to the position he holds, but that Is not the kind of brain worker we graduate from Washington college of law. To succeed we must adjust efforts to obstacles. It la no shame to fall, hut to stay down—ln that lies defeat." Speaking of Parts. "My hair,” said the soubrette, "has a natural part” "And the other part,” rejoined the low comedian. “Is fslse, I presume." All who complain about bard times and do nut try to succeed cheat them selves.