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PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. 10M 19TH STREET, HEAR ARAPAHOE STREET. C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor. TERMS. *»•<" six months HOC Three months 59 Entered et the poslofflce. Denser. Coloredo. is second dess meilmetter. Black 220?. Phone us your news. Phone us your printing orders. When J 1.50 a day, lips that amount to as much again, room and board and fare both ways, won't secure wait ers with plenty of them idle, there is something wrong. Yet such are tha wages offered by a Manitou hotel and the headwaiter informs us that a large proportion of the men who come from this section, are entirely unreliable and will not work so soon as they made a few dollars. So it appears that the Negro race has as great a problem to rid itself el trifiers as it has in securing recognition of its merits Plan Handsome Masonic Temple. The California Grand Lodge of Ma sons. which Includes the subordinate lodges of Hawaii, is planning to bul'd In San Francisco a temple large enough to accommodate all grand bodies of the craft within Its Jut Is diction. The present temple Is abtul forty years old. RE-OPENS AT MANITOU HALL The New Dancing Academy will be open every Thursday night from 7:30 to I 0:30 for instruction. From 10:30 to 12:30 for social dances. Admission 25 cents. R. Phynix, Manager. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. PERVERTED PROVERBS. Constant dropping wears the shins. 11l news and automobiles travel fast. Do not spur a free horse or a will log wife. It is never too late to learn—at a night school. Many a sir, the heel and the empty barana. All's well that jells well !p. the fruit canning season. A workman Is known by his chips— so is a poker player. He who fights and runs away will live to run another day. If wishes were horses nobody would hang to a street car strap. Hope deferred maketh the heart aick and the creditor annoying. Of Local Interest The Bartons, who have m ule Den ver their home for some months have signed a twenty-five weeks engage ment with Terry’s '“Uncle Tom Cab in” with which they will put on their act. These performers have appeared a number of times here and have made good. They were the feature of the Honolulu Comedy Co. Close appli cation to their work characterizes them- and they w ill surely do well. They leave Wednesday for Omaha. East T urner Hall Aqain! ANNUAL Grand April Ball BEST MUSIC BEST FLOOR BEST TIME Wed., April 19. ADMISSION 50 CENTS W. R. Euper, Manager The testimonial tendered Miss Ma llei Fore Tuesday night at Zion Church, under the direction of A. A. Waller, wan a spontaneous outpour ing of the good citizens of Denver to do honor to one of our own. A pro gram of length and excellence was rendered. Appropriate remarks were made and responded to. Miss Fore expects to enter the conservatory of music next term.