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Lone Star Chapter No. 15, 0. E. S.,
meets the drat Friday in the month, 2 p. m„ and the third Thuntday in the month, 7:30 p. m„ at Five Points hall. Ail members in good standing invited. MR8. LULA SMITH, R. M. MRS. LILLIE MOORE, Sec. GAINES TEMPLE, No. 4, S. M. T. Of Trinidad, meets the first and third Monday afternoons at 3 o'clock at Marble hall. 111 First street A. E. SUTTON, W. P. M. B. WILSON, Sec. Solomon Temple No. 419, K. T., meets the second and fourth Thursday : at 1712 Curtis street Ail lCnlghtB in good standing are Invited. D. D. COLE, C. M , C. P. MKENZI3, C. R. 2740 Arapahoe street DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE. Pride of Denver No. 521 meets at 1712 Curtis every first an 1 third Thursday. SARAH THREET, II. P. ESTEI.I.A J. JONES, C. R. SPECIAL NOTICE. Under special dispensation grant.d by the Supreme Camp of American Woodmen, a special rate of Tj.&O is made for those who wish to ava 1 hemselves of the protection oPered by this grand fraternal order. Mr. R J. VonDickersohn has charge of the arganizing department. He reports splendi.i progress among the appli cants Ward’s Chapel, 75.1 Cl trk Street. Preaching, at 11 a. m., an 1 7.10 p. m. Sunday school, at 12:30 p m An in ritation is extended to the public. Rev. J. H. Brown, Pastor, Campbell A. 11. E. Church, 23rd and Lawrence Sts. Regular services: 11 a. m.| 8 p. m.; Suuday Sc hool, 1:15 Allen's C. E. League, 7 p. m. Rev. J. j 8. Payne, paster The People's Alliance Is holding ref alar meetings at Odd Fellows' hall, 1712 Curtis street, each Sunday. The public Is Invited. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor. 24th and California Streets. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M jnday School at 12 o'clock. Young xri's Meeting at «:30 P. M. REV 0 IV DCUOLAtl, Webster Temple of Uie Slaters of fhe Mysterious Ten meets tho first and third Monday In the month, st 1712 Curtis streets. < MH8 NANNIE DEAN. W P. MRS. C. CAMPBELL, Sec. 1121 Lincoln Are. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. Sunday se vices of Bethelehem Bap tist Church: Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.; preaching at 3 p. m.; night ser vice, 7:30 p m. Rev. C. A. Edwards, pastor. Everybody is cordially invited to the church, 2814 Larimer. GOOD ANTIDOTE FOR EPIDEMIC. Public Amusements Take Men’s Mind From Perils. “In this yellow fever scare,” «aid a New Orleans man. “our people could n’t do better than to take a pattern from the Emperor of China.” “The Emperor of China?” “Yes. For that man, when an epidemic appears in any providence of his kingdom, makes all the theatres of the province free, and requires the inhabitants under pain of death, to go to some place of amusement at least once a day. “Furthermore, he gives free exhibit ions of fireworks every evening, and at these exhibitions attendance is com pulsory. "What is the result? From early morning till late at night the people, streaming in and out of the free shows, or blinking and grasping under the fireworks' splendor, have minds occupied and tranquil don't worry over the epidemic that is scourging thera-- •nd hence keep almost inmune “Oor people, in the face of a great contagion, ought to be made to keep continuously amused. lik< he Chines* Then through weakness brought on ty worry they wouldn't lay them selves open to the disease, and through fear they wouldn't fall to fighting and rioting o\er question of quarantine." Altogether Too Outspoken Vi.-Toi:nt I)e Belmont of Brazil was dining in a N< w York restaurant Suddenly h* put down his knife and fork and uttered an exclmation of ap proval “By Jove' A beautiful woman. ' h* said In the deinons;ia:ive southern way. * •» is my wife, the viscount's companion murmured mol•< , At t !• 'he young man laugh' d “How for.inafe I " h* »i.! tn praise the lady Yes. ! was far more fortunate than an Oxford frien l of mine. "My friend on the boat coming stood In conversation with an elderly man on the promenade deck. Near by a woman sat in a deck chair. M\ friend, pointing to her, sail with o sneer: " I wendrr if tha* ur»< old woman Is actually trying to flirt with me?' " I don’t know the eldeily gentle man answcrcl wlldl? Vut I can • »sl’ find out fo.* you. Sin- is m wife’* 1 Postmaster Robbed. (J. W. Fonts, postmaster at Riverton. Iowa, nearly lost his life and was robbed o*. all comfort, according to his letter, which soy s "For twenty years 1 had chronic liver complaint, which leu to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned y« 1 low; when my doctor prescribed Elec tric Bitters; which cured me and have kept m** well for eleven years." 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