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Our Collector is about Pre pare for him. Those out cf town please remit by mail. Scholars taken io instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. Dressmaking, cutting, fitting, de signing and purchasing done to per fect satisfaction by Mrs. I. M. Mc- Guire, 251 G Curtis Street, Phone black 239. Wait for the Grand Fourth of July Rail to be given at Manitou Hall by 'he new Dancing School. Music by the Harris Orchestra. Tho Woman's League gave a fancy dress party Thursday night to which Denver's citizens were invited. The response was general and a good au dience listened to Captain Thomas Campbell lecture on the Philippines in the early evening and danced to the music of the Harris orchestra lat er. The Denver Court Daughters of •Spbnix elected the following officers (or the year: Rachel Haskins, W O. M . Lu. A. Edward*. W. V. M.; Mary Payne. High Priestess; Nellie Walker Exchequer; Lillie B. Moore, Ist Capt. of Guards; Eva J. LeVay, 2nd Capt. of Guards: Josephine Andrews. Advo cate; Will, Augustine Johnson, Secy. The Mission Circle and the Spark ling Jewel of Central Church will give a Trolley Party, Tuesday night, June 20, for the benefit of the church debt Cars will leave 24th and Wei ton streets at S:3O Refreshments will be served at the church. Adults 25c; children under 10, 16c. S. A. Bondurant who runs a clean mg establishment at 1077 Broadway has added a wagon to his equipment \\ hile discharging his duty as por ter on tiio Rio Grande, Peyton Speu cer was assaulted and left (or ilead by some tramps last week. He is doing well considering his injuries, Ou the occasiou of her birthday, Mrs. S R. Burns was given a surprise Monday night by twenty of her friends. The surprise was complete and the evening entirely delightful. A steady drove of people have vis iled the Ideal Pharmacy, the new drug store opened at 21 el aud Arapa hoe streets by Drs. Faulkner and Cot trell. The soda fountain has had a thorough test and pronounced first class. The preemption counted also has !>cen in service. Fixtures are still being added anil the shelves are be ing filled with the boat in the line of druggists’ sundries. THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. I Co). Peter Joseph continues ill at his residence. John H. Rhodes of Topska, is here to spend the summer. Miss Stone of Selma, Ala . is visit ing her sister. Mrs. J. H. High. ■ Waiters who would go to Manitou may leave their names at this office. A. 8. Britton goes to Goldfields to morrow. Miss Ellen Braxton will go to Pu eblo today if health permits. The W. C, T. U. meets with Mrs. Peach, 2421 Logan avrnve, Wednes day. Owing to the almence of the pastor, no services will be held at Ward's Mission tomorrow. Virginia sister of J. R. Lewis, died Wednesday after an operation for ap pendicitis. Mrs. James Turner will leave about the 17, for two or three month's stay on the coast. Wait for the grand mid-summer entertainment given by the Odd Fel lows at Manitou Hali. July 6. Mrs. T. M. Russell and daughter are Visiting for the summer in Canon City, and mountain towns. Mrs. Anna Daniels passed through the [city Tuesday from Kansas City, enroute to Alamosa. Richard Oliver was in the city this week from Alamosa on business. He returned Wednesday. An informal dance was given by some young people at Five Points Hall Wednesday. Mrs. Harrison F. Smith is In Grand (Junction visiting Mrs. Mo ten. She I will remain all summer. John A. Brushwood and wife came down from the Springs on a flying visit Thursday. Mrs. Clara Hardin is in St. Joe. at tending the graduating exercises in which her sister lakes part. S. A. Jordan of the Knights of Ta bor, has about recovered from his ill ness and left for home Tuesdav. The work of reconstruction which he be gan two years ago in the Order in this stale has been completed and the present year should show a healthy growth. June 11, ( Whit Sunday) is the an nivsrsary of the church's birth, and is a day of obligation on all her faithful children to attend her worship. At the Church of the Redeemer at II o’clock there will be instruction on the oftice and word of the Holy Spir it on the church, On Trinity Sunday June IS, the double feast will be kept by a celebration of the Holy Commu nion Building Boom Boost for the Masons Rocky Mountain Lodge, No. J, A. F. and A. M. Ist Outing * Season AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAKE. THUR. JUNE 29 ’OS THE HARRIS OCCHESTRA will be in attendance which will assure a good time. The Arrangements Committee: Will do the rest. T. S. RECTOR R. H. MARTIN S. A. LAXXTOX G S. COXTEE C. A. FRAXKLIX WM. SPRAGUE J. R. COXTEE. Chairma. Last year we appealed to the generous public who responded nobly. With the proceeds of that outing we have bought the ground at the comer of 22nd and Arapa hoe Sts. We again ask the public to attend our outing, thereby pledging ourselves to apply all the money that is made from this outing on the fraternity building. It will only be a short while until we can’t rent a hall in Denver for either lodge purposes or entertainments. We have the ground, now help us build. It will only cost each person street carfare 10 cents, and ADMISSION 25 CTS. Bring Gold From Skagway. Two steamships from Skagway ar ■■'.red at Seattle on Sept. 9. They brought 150 passengers, who had with them $519,000 In cold dust. Children s Day at Shorter Church Sunday. Ret. H. B. Parks D. D., Sec of Home and Foreign Missions of the A M. E. Church, will preach at 11 a. m A special program will be render ed at 8 p. m, by the children of the Sunday School. The Mansions opens at Manitou next week, and a number of waiters under Headwaiter Stcne went up this week. They are: Ed Lewis, A1 Lee. VV. S. Porter, C. Jones, E, H. Welch, V\ m. Tyler. S. J. House. J. Whittaker Ed Batiste, C. Turner, Sol Douglass, C. Harris, J. Benjamin, Wm. Frost and J. Morrison At the Annual election of Rocky Mountain Lodge No 1, A. F & A. M. G. S. Contee was chosen Master; B, W. Fields, Senior Warden; J. E. Ford Junior Warden; J. R. Contee, Treas urer and Wm, Sprague, Secretary. Editor of The Statesman : I hare just returned from the Presiding El ders’ Council, which net at Western Cuiversity, Quindaro, Kansas. We had a vary pleasant meeting, and things in general looker! hopeful. The Bishop asked the twelve Presiding Elders each to bring to the council SIOO.OO, to build another story on Ward Hall. There were SSOOOO brought with the guarantee that the remaining $700.00 would be in by the 15th of July. The Denver District led with S 105.00, and uert to that was the Fort Scott District, with SIOO.OO. So I told them we are t u Pike’s Peak looking down on them all. Jordan Allen. P. E. Denver District. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor. 241 h and California Streets. Preaching at 11 A. M. and S P. M. Sunday School at 12 o’clock. Young People's Meeting at K;3O P. M. RKV, C. D. DOUGLASS, Pastor.