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of Lodges M. W. GRAND LODGE, A. F. & A. M. Colorado Jurisdiction meets in Lead ville the second Monday in August, 1905. at ten a. m. F. T. BRUCE, W, M.. Denver, Colo. \VM. SPRAGUE. (!. Secy, Denver. Colo., P. O. Box, 1545. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. I. A. F. & A. M. Meeis the first and third Monday nights in the month at 1712 Curtis St. .1. R. HERRON. W. M W.M. SPRAGUE. Secretary. ' P. O. Box 15 ir._ CENTENNIAL LODGE NO. 4, A. F & A. 11. Meets the second and fourth Monday nights in the month at 1712 Curtis Street. AH Masons in good standing are Invited to attend. R. O. JOHNSON. W. M. W. T. FIELDS, Secretary. RED CROSS COMMANDEP.Y NO ■n A. F. & A. M. Knights Temidar meets the fourth Wednesday in eacl month at 1712 Curtis Street, T ./. RILEY, E C WM. SPRAGUE. Recorder, P. 0. Box 1545 FAR WEST CHAPTER NO 6. R, A M. Meets the second Wednesday. W, H. FINLEY. N. D. WM. SPRAGUE. Secretary, P. 0. Box 1545 LONE STAR CHAPTER NO. 15, 0 E. S. Meets the first and third Friday afternoons at 2 o'clock at Two Points Hall. MRS. SUSIE CLINGMAN. R. M. HATTIE BANKS. Secretary. 2759 Lincoln Avc. QUEEN ELIZABETH COURT NO ■ Meets at 1832 Arapahoe street second and fourth Friday at 3p. m. Ail members in good standing are request ed to attend. Rachel L. Butler, M. A. M. Martha E. Riley, Sec. Gold Camp Lodge, A. F. & A. M„ Cripple Creek, Colo., meets the flrat and third Tuesdays In the month. George W. Cottwell, W. M. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. FRATERNITIES EUREKA LODGE NO. 13, Albuquerque, N. M,. meets sflrst and third Tuesdays In the month. All Ma sons in good standing invited. T. 0. Mason See. SAM WATSON, W. M Pythagoras Lodge, A. F. & A. M . Lcadvllle, meets the first and third Tuesdays In each month. Hall 11 i W. Gth street. A. J. Young, W. M. P. L. Johnson, Sec’y. 217 W. 4th St rfmpson Rest Lodgo, No. 10. A. F. k A. M„ Trinidad, meets the first end -.hiid Tuesday fights In Us month Members in good standlig are weF N F. STEELE, W. M. R. J. SMITH, Secy. A. F. t A. M. SOCIETIES. Keystone Lodge, A. F. & A. M„ Han la, Wyo.. meets the first and third Tuesdays In the month. All members n good standing are invited. OUS RAIMEJY, W. M. CHAS. HARRIS, Secretary. dOCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO 2320, G. U. 0. OF O, F. Meets every Thursday in the month at 1712 Curtis Street. CEO. H. CARTER. P. S.. 2012 Welton Street. ARAPAHOE LODGE NO. 293, G. U. O. of O. T. Meets tnp first and third Monday nights in the month at Odd Fellows Hall, 1832 Arapahoe Street, GEO, D. HALL, P. S.. I’. O. box 893. DENVER PATRIARCHY. NO fiy, nr.nth at Odd Fellows Hsll, 1832 Arap ifaot street, , C, A. BURTON. W. P. R„ 1623 Lincoln ave. TAST GRAND MASTERS’ COUNCIL NO. 118, G. U. O. OF O, F. Meets the second Friday in each month at Odd Fellows' Hall, 1832 Arap ahne street. WALTER SCOTT, O. 8. Nights of Meeting [HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH, NO. 376, G. U. 0. OF O. F. Meets the first and third Tuesdays in each month at Odd Fellows’ Hall, 1832 Arapahoe street. MRS. E MANN Worthy Recorder. WESTERN STAR LODGE VO. 128 U. B. F. Meets (he second and fourth Tues days in each month at Odd Fellows' hall, 183a Arapahoe street. R. H. Grigby, W. M. A. J. Fitzpatrick, Sec. CAPTOLIA TEMPLE NO. 183. S. M. T. Meets the second and fourth Wed nesdays in each month at 1832 Arapa hoe Street Members in good standing are invited to attend. LIZZIE BLASSINGAME, W. P. MARY O’ STEAM, Secrelary, 1432 271 h Street. QUEEN OF THE WEST NO. 1. Meets first and third Thursdays in each month, 1834 Arapahoe Street. MBS. LOUISA COOPER, V. P. I MRS. EDITH HAYES, Secretary, 620 Josephine. Harman. PHYTHIAS LODGE NO. 11. Meets the first and third Wedncs day nights, 1832 Arapahoe St reel. 41. .1. LEWIS, C. C. J. M. MORTEMA. K. of H & S. Montclair. Damon Lodge No.fi, K. of P. meets at 1712 Curtis street the first and third Friday of each month. G. A. Logan C. C., J. W. Tayior, K. of R and S., 2222 Lincoln A to. AETNA CAMP NO. —, U. R. K. OF P Meets at 1712 Curtis street the second and foitrUi Friday nlgMs In the month If. L t 'logman, Captain. It. F. Harris, Recorder, COLUMBINE COURT NO. 279, I. 0. 0. C Meets the second and fourth Tues day evenings al 1712 Curtis Street. All visiting members are inviled to attend. JESSIE A. TAYI OR, W. C TULIP BANKS, R, I)„ 3525 Blake Street. EUREKA COMPANY NO. 4, Meets the first, and fourth Tuesdays. C. C. VAN HOOK, Captain! F. L. VOOREE. Recorder. 1223 19th Street. LILY CADET COMPANY, U. R. K. of P. Meets 1712 Curtis Street every Mon day evening. JOHN CLIFTON, Capt., HARRY SMITH, Secretary. 24C5 Curtis Street. CALANTHE DRILL CORPS COM PANY NO. 1 Meets Thursday nights at 1712 Cur tis Street. MRS. I M. MoGUIRE, Capt. MRS. LULU COURTNEY. Recorder, 1547 Emerson Street. Rice Lodge No. 39, I. 3. P. 0. E. of U„ meets the first and third Wednes day Bights in eoch month at Castle hall, 1712 Curtis street All visiting Elks are cordially invfllled. W. A. Rice, exalted ruler; J. W. Lcvell, secre tary. Sixteenth and Stout streets. TRUE REFORMER'S True Reformers No. 1621 Colorado Enterprise Fountain, meet first and third Mondays at 1832 Arapahot 41. C. M. Hughes, Master. Mrs. M. E. Riley, Secretary, Cooper building Patton Royal Queen Tabernacle 529, meets the second and fourth Mon day evening at U. K. T. Hall, 2911 Walnut SL Mrs. Alice Jones, C. P.! Mrs. Sadie Von Dlckeraohn, C. B. Tabernacle No. 529 meets every 2nd and 4th Monday at Five Points Hall a' 2:30 p. m. Alice Jones, C. P. Matilda Andrews, Recorder. A Trimmer. During the American Bar associa tion's convention In Bt. Louis Presi dent James Hagerman talked one afternoon about trimmers. "The trimmer,” he said, "would be all right, perhaps, did he not always trim too much. 1 have never seen a trimmer yet who did not remind me greatly of old John Thompson of Clalrmont. "Thompson of Clalrmont. had trim med to excessively all bis life long that he had never accomplished any thing. He had never dared to do a positive and downright deed. Finally bo came to die, and the minister calk i-d on him. "The minister and Thompson talked together a long lime. At the end the minister said: " ‘Now, John, do you renounce the devil and all his works?’ "‘Oh, sir,’ said Thompson, weakly, ‘don't ask mo that. lam going Into a strange country and I don't want to make myself enemies.' ” Plan Handsome Masonic Temnle. The California Grand I odgo of Ma sons, which Includes the subordinate lodges of Hawaii, Is planring to hol'd In Ran Francisco a temple largo enough to accommodate all grand bodies of the craft within its Juris diction. Ti e present temple Is t belli forty years old.