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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’ ball, 1712 Curtis street, each Sunday. The public Is Inylted. 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 hemselves 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- i cants When you go to Cheyenne, call at 1608 Eddy street Mrs Lucy Davis, for furnished rooms. 9-1 Ward’s Chapel, 758 Clark Street. I’reaching, at 11 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school, at 12:30 p. m. An in vitation is extended to the public. Rev. J. H. Brown, Pastor. Campbell A. M. E Church, 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Regular services 11 a. in.; 8 p. m.; Sunday School, 1:15 Allen’s C. E. League, 7p. m. Rev. J. S Payne, pastor CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor. 24th and California Streets. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. jnday School at 12 o’clock. Young *of’ ;'s Meeting at (:30 P. M. REV. 0. ». DOUGLLM Scnolars taken in instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. I will meet you at East Turner Hall next Tuesday evening, at the raaak ball. Mr. Morgan Thomas Jackson and Mr, Guy A. Stills announce that they will conduct a class for instruction in mandolin and guitar, opening the first term January 8, and expiring March 18. 1906. Those starting with the class will have the benefit of a special reduction. Terms on applica ; lion. Phone, Black 1432, Address 2833 Lincoln Ave. | THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. List of business firms who assisted In donations to Christmas tree for poor children given by People's Sun day Alliance: The Denver Dry Goods store, two dozen pairs hose. Joslins, twenty dolls. A. T. Lewis & Son. sixteen pairs hose. Daniels & Fisher, toys and games. Great G and 10 Cent Store, toys and games. John Thompson Grocery Company, fifteen pounds candy. Hurlbut Grocery, five pounds candy. We cheerfully recommend the above firms to the patronage of the colored people of the city. MRS. ALFRED FROM AN. MRS. MARY BUFORD, Members of Committee. DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE. Pride of Denver No. G2l meets at 1712 Curtis every first and third Thursday. SARAH THREET, H. P„ ESTELLA J. JONES, C. R. Don’t fail to stop in and hear “A Teasing Brown” played. It can lie procured at the following music job bers; Denver Music Co. 1538 1546 Stout St., Knigbt-Campbell, 1625- 1631 California St., Harlsm-Myers, 513-52! 16th St., John Pass Music Co., 614 15th St., and K. Boot, 1807 Larimer St. Methodist Episcopal Mission, 26tb ave., and Clarkson St. Services, Sun day School, 9:30 a. m , preaching 1! ia. m., Epworth League, 6:80 p. m., preaching, 7:45, p. m. Rev. J. E Williams, pastor. When going to Colorado Springs write Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East Cimmarron, for rooms. Her rooms are new, modern and conveniently lo cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re ply by mail DAMON LODGE § No. 5, K. of .P Come one and all Bring your best girl Entertainment and Ball At East Turner Hall THURS., JAN. 25 ADMISSION 35 CTS. COMMITTEE L, P. Wood W. H. Pennon C. W . Young B. F. Herrin It. M. Grignby Jan. 0. Clay J. W. Taylor, Cbaimian. Music for Dancing played by the Harris Orchestra, Refreshments will be served by Columbine Court of Calanthe No. 279. FINN’S JERSEY ; Dairy and Grocery H. FINN, PROPRIETOR. Phone Black 3672 2615 Wclton Street Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson, Props. s THE OZARK RESTAURANT. Special Chicken dinner Wednesday and Sunday noon. Good home cooking. Quick service. 1936 Laurence St. Phone Red 397.