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Who They Are, What They Are and Where They Are. The People's Alliance Is holding reg ulsr meetings at Odd Fellows’ hall, 1712 Curtis street, each Sunday. The public Is Invited. SPECIAL NOTICE. Under special dispensation granted by tlie Supreme Camp of American Woodmen, a special rate of J 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 cants! When you go to Cheyenne, call at 1(108 Eddy street Mrs Lucy Davis, for furnished rooms. 91 Ward’s Chapel, 753 Clark Street. Preaching, 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, paster CENTRAL BAPTIBT CHURCH. Cor. 24th and California Streets. Preaching at 1L A. M. and 8 P. M. jnday School at 12 o’clock. Young (Of' i’s Meeting at 8:30 P. M. RKV. 0. Ik DOUGLAJf, Sendai's taken in instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. Improvident is the order of the day and the Mecca Cafe is Just a day ahead of the timeß. All remember when the summer pavilion was pro jected and brought up to such a state of excellence as made It the popular resort of (he city. Now there is some thing new. Lacy’s cellars will be a name to conjure with In a short time. They are to he exclusively private and for the delectation of the patrons of the cafe only. The genial proprietor will take pleasure in showing all through the latest addition, which at this writing Is still in the hands of the decorators. It Is not a new thing In the East, but this is the first of Its kind to be attempted In the West. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. From coast to coast, ‘‘latcy’s” is known and this will soon have a rival in "Lacy’s Cellars." tors. DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE. Pride ot Denver No. 521 meets at 1712 Curtis every first and third Thursday. SARAH THREET, H. P., ESTELLA J. JONES. C. R One a Day. If you make one person happy *»rery day. how many will you make happy in twenty-five years? Or, if you should Jive to he 70 how many would be hap pier for your having lived, at the rat* of one heart gladdened a day? You would be, don’t miss your “beauty sleep” oftener than you can help,. and try to get at least eight hours sleep every night. Insufficient sleep gives a haggard look, and adds years to the age. Franklin Pierce’s "Boring.” Judge Kastman of Manchester, N. H., related that at one time Gen. Franklin Pierce was opi>oßed to the Hon. Matt Hubbard In some cause In i New Hampshire court The gen- Hal's strong point was his Influence over a Jury, and In this partlculai case the eyes of every Juryman were suf fused with tears by hla pathetic plead ing. Mr. Hubbard, In a gruff voice, said In his reply: "Gentlemen of the Jury, understand that I am not boring for water." And this opening complete ly neutralized the effect of the gen eral's eloquence. Don’t fail to stop in and hear “A Teasing Brown” played. It can be procured at the following music job bers; Denver Music Co., 1538-1546 Stout St., Knigbt-Campbell, 1625- 1631 California St., Harlam-Myers, 513-521 16th St., John Pass Music Co., 611 15th St., and K. Boot, 1807 Larimer St. Methodist Episcopal Mission, 26th ave., and Clarkson St, Services, Sun day School, y/JO a. in., preaching 1! a. m., Epworth League, 6:30 p. in, preaching, 7:45. p. in. Hev. 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 Brin; your best girl 4 i A Entertainment and Ball At East Turner Hall THURS., JAN. 25 ADMISSION 35 CTS. COMMITTEE L. P. Wood W. H. Pennon C. V\. Young B. F. Harrii It. M. Grignby Jan. G. Clay J. W. Taylor, Chairman. Music for Dancing played by the Harris Orchestra. Refreshments will be served by Columbine Court of Calanthe No. 279. PINN’S JERSEY Dairy and Grocery H. PINN, PROPRIETOR. Phone Black 3672 *2615 Welton Street Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson, Props. THE OZARK RESTAURANT. Special Chicken dinner Wednesday and Sunday noon. Good home cooking, Quick service. 1936 Lawrence St. Phone Red 397.