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Personal Briefs,
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 InTlted.

SPECIAL NOTICE.
L'mler 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
cants
When you go to Cheyenne, call at
1(108 Eddy street Mrs Lucy Davis,
for furnished rooms. 9 1
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 m.; 8 p. m.; Suuday School, 1:15
Allen’s C. E. League, 7 p. 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
10' >’s Meeting it 8:30 P. M. j
UBV. 0 T DCUOLAJi,
cnolars taken in instrumental mu
c by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222
Aiapahoe St.
There has been a great change made
In the Bird-Eye Cafe, at 1016 Nine
teenth S>. Mrs. Atwood, who Is one of
the oldest and best known restaura
teurs of the city. Is now in . harge, and
will make It a strong competitor for
the trade.
Mrs H. D. Walker, of 3912 Wyn
koop street .presented her husband
with a tine eight-pound baby Saturday
afternoon. Both mother and child arc
doing well.
THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO.
DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE.
Pride ot Denver No. 521 meets at
1712 Curtis every first anil third
Thursday.
SARAH TURRET, H. P..
ESTEI.LA J. JONES, C. R.
Don’t fail to stop in anti hear l, A
Teasing Brown" played. It can l«t
procured at the following music job
dters; Denver Music Co., 1538-1516
Stout St., Knigbt-Cainpbell, 1625-
1631 California St., Harlsm-Mjers,
513-521 ltith St. John Pass Music
Co., 614 15th St„ and P. Boot, 1807
Larimer St.
Methodist Episcopal Mission, 26th
ave., and Clarkson St, Services, Sun
day School, 1)30 a. in., preaching !!
a. m., Epwnrth League, 6:30 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 anil conveniently lo
cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re
ply by mail
Miss Alice Shafer, who Is visiting
Mrs. Wilson, of 25 West Fourteenth
avenue, may decide to make this her
home permanently, and not return to
Pueblo. Mrs. Nannie Buford, of 2318
Walnut street, is ill wiiti la grippe,
and Mrs. S. D. Matthews is severely
I attacked with tonsilitis.
!
.1 M. Woods, of Chicago, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wilson last week.
Mrs. W \j. Scott, of Cripple Creek,
is the guest of Mrs. I^acy.
Miss Gertrude Nichols is agent for
the wonderful reply to Thomas Dixon,
written by Kelly Miller, entitled, “As
to the leopard's Spots." For sale, 15
cents per copy. Phone Blue 1475, or
address 30 Bast Twenty-eighth avenue.
Miss Gertrude lA*e Campbell, of Pu
eblo, is visiting Mrs. May I.awrence.
Mrs. A. .1. Mullins is able to sit up
now after a very serious Illness.
There Is a change In the office phone
of Dr. Spratlin. it now stands,Main
5595.
Columbine Court, 279.
I. o. o. c.
St.Valcntinc .
Entertainment
Given at
MANITOU HALL.
-
MONEY I
WE
NEED
THE
Thursday, Feb. 15.
Harris Orchestra. Admission 35 cents.'
FINN’S
JERSEY
Dairy and Grocery
H. FINN, PROPRIETOR.
Phone Black 3672 2615 Wclton 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.

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