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Lone Star Chapter No. 15, 0. E. 8.,
meets the flrst Friday In the month, 2 p. m., and the third Thi rsday In the month, 7:30 p. m., at Flv< Points hall. All members in good standing Invited. MRS. LULA SMITH, R. M. MRS. LILLIE MOORE, Sec. GAINES TEMPLE, No. 0, S. M. T. Of Trinidad, meets the first and third Monday afternoons at 3 o’clock at Marble hall. Ill First street. A. E. SUTTON, W. P. M. B. WILSON, Sec. Solomon Temple No. <19, K. T., meets the second and fourt l Thursday at 1712 Curtis street. All Knights In good standing are Invite!. D. D. COLE, C. M , C. P. M’KENZIE, C. R. 27<0 Arapahoe street DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE. Pride of Denver No. 521 meets at 1712 Curtis every flrst and third Thursday. SARAH TURRET. H P.. ESTELLA J. JONES, C. R SPECIAL NOTICE. Under special dispensation granted bj the Supreme Camp of American Woodmen, a special rate off 2.50 it made for those who wish'to avail hemaelres of the protection offered by this grand fraterual order. Mr. R J. VonDickersohn has charge of the srgamzing department. He reports splendid progress among the appli cants Methodist Episcopal Mission. 261 h are., and Clarkson St. Services, Sun day School, 9 SO a. m., preaching 1! a. m., Epworth League, 0:30 p. m,j preaching, 7:43, p. m. Rev. J. E Williams, pastor. Ward’s Chapel, 753 Clark Street. Preaching, at II a. m., and 7.3 C 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 II a m ; 8 pm; Suuday School, 1 :tf> Allen’s C. E. League, 7p. m. Rev J. 8. Payne, pastor The People's Alliance Is holding reg ular meetings at Odd Fellows hall. 1712 Curtis street, each Sunday. The j public Is Invited. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor. 24th snil California Streets. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. radar School at 12 o'clock. Young »• )'s Meeting at 4:20 P. M. RBV. a r DCUOLAM, THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Webster Temple of the Sisters of the Mysterious Ten meets the first and third Monday in the month, at 1712 Curtis streets. MRS. NANNIE DEAN. W. P. •MRS. C. CAMPBELL, Sec. 2528 Lincoln Ave. Woman Journalists. In Paris some patient person has been collecting statistics about wom an Journalists. There are 600 of these, he declares, who live by journalism in England, as against 2,193 in the Unit ed States and 1,200 In Germany. 01 the latter 27 per cent deal with litera ture, ISVfc per cent with political econ omy, 10 per cent with pedagogy, per cent with science, per cen. with fashions, 5 per cent with history 4*4 per cent with domestic economy per cent with housing problems anil 3'4 tier cent with politics. Thr aame statistician asserta that the In comes of these women vary from I.OOf francs (J!00) to 6.000 francs (Jl.HOO) Limit of Bad Whisky. The correspondent who writes wish in* to learn when cider reaches the condition called ‘hard” Is informed that all cider which is not vinegar, but which is unfit to drink on account ol Its rank and bitter taste, is hard cider hard to swallow, because of its dip agreeable flavor. The man who can become intoxicated on hard cider would drink himself to death on such whisky l*s Is sold In Bangor to-dar. and Bangor whisky is about the limit of badness —Bangor New*. FORD'S HAIR POMADE Formerly known u “OZONIZED 01 MARROH’' 99 STRAIGHTENS KISKT or CURLY HAIR thkt it ru be put up In any style deoired conai»t*nt with IU Ford'a Hair I’omiute *»' formerly kn >«n a* OZONIZED OX MARROW and I* lb* 'tolt *afe preparation known Vo n* that make* kinky r rurly hair atrnltht. a« • h"*n aboTc lt« u»« tnakM the m<>«t attib born. Rarah. kinky or rurly hair aoft, pliable and eaay to < mb Three ir-tuil* |UIM obtained fr m ImtaMti Ito « bnuUt are utnally •uffirient for a rear The nee of Ford • Hair Totuadr OZOKIZFD OX MARROW' retaoTN and prevent* dan druff reller«*« ttrhinc Invigorate* the ecaln. •tope the hair from falling out or breaking off maio It gr>w and. by nourishing the root* five* It new life and vigor Heine elegantly perfumed* and harmle«a. It U a toilet neeeaalty for ladle*, fen tie men and children ronrf flair Pomade c OZONIZED OX MARROW”) bat been ira.le and told eontln nonalr tine* ab-mt l*. and label. "OZONIZED OX MARROW”, waa registered in the United State* Patent 0<Bc«. In 1*74 In all that lon* period of tint* there ha* never been a bottle returned from th* hundred* ol lnou*anda we bar* *ol4. MRt>'B HAIR POMADE remain* • weet and tntttlt! no Matter bow long yon keep It. Be anre to ret Ford’#, a* iia use make* the hair BTRAl<fllT. bOFT. and I'LIAHI.n, .Beware of imitation* Remember that Ford •. Hair Pomade ("OEONIZEP OX MARROW") I* pnt np onlj In BO ct- *ite. and I* made only in Chicago and br u» The genuine ha* the algnatare. Chari#* Ford Pre*t. on e»eh package. Refuse all other*. Fall di rection* with every bottle. Pitre only N eta Bold by drngrl*t« and dealer*. If your drug gt*t or dealer can not anpply yon, he can procure It from hi* Jobber or wholeaale dealer or aend ua M eta. for owe bottle pn*tpald. or II M for three b»tt)*a or 0 51 for ail bottles, eypreaa paid. We pay postage and eipre*a charge* to all pint* in 17. 8. A. When order ing *end postal or expr*a* money order, and mention thl* paper. Write your name and add re* ■ plainly to Th* Ozonized Ox Marrow Ce. (Sene tenui me withe ut my signature) It WahMh *r», Mmoi lit llwamManiiftm. COLORADO and SODTHERN Special Excursions to City of Mexico April 25 to May s~One fare for round trip June 25 to July 7-One fare plus $2 for round trip Sept. 3 to 14--One fare for round trip LIBERAL LIMITS AND STOPOVERS. Write for rate quotations to Mexican Cuban Louisiana Texas and other Southern points. Literature descriptive of this territory sent on application. T. E. FISHER General Pass. Agent Denver Colorado. Smith Premier 1 Ihe WcrJd’s Best Typewriter S S»n«l for imr Little B»k which axpltlß* Why || Winn you want a competent stenographer (male si o ttniL.k) to operate any make of machine, call up II A 17 * 1 1 n I I ■J, n In lih rations 1 also ex- El H the char- If you want Eli irements. H • Co.