FURNISHED ROOMS—Nicaly fur
nished rooms for rent in good location
at 637-2 ind Street. Mr?. M. E. Smith.
Modern house. 10-7
Holley’s Full Orchestra is prepar
ing to give a grand popular concert
at East Turuer Hall, Thursday, Sept.
The reception given in honor of
Mrs. A. T. Moore of Kansas City on
Tuesday evening at the residence of
Mrs. Bell, 108 26th avenue, was at
tended by a large number of friends.
Mrs. Moore is visiting her sistsr, Mrs.
Dora Whitening, and her brother,
A novelto in the shape of a ragtime
contest is one of the fdalures which is
promised for the grand concert at
Eass Turner Hall on the 28tb. These
have been s iccesses in the east and
ought to be here.
Airs. W. H. Fresmtu entertained a
number of her young friends on Fri
day evening with a dancing party
complimentary to Alias Georgia Wat
kins. The red, white and blue color
scheme was carried out from the floral
decorations to the dainty refresh
ments,served by the charming hostess.
To say a pleasant evening was enjoy
ed by all expresses it but mildly, es
pec ally as the music was furnished
by ilr. U illey an 1 Cjmu ny.
Air, amf-Mrs. Charles White are en
tertaining at a house-party. Among
the number are, MesdamesC. B. Moss
Win, Buckner, and Miss Bessie Moss
of Topeka, Airs Howard of Pueblo,
and Aliss Calamsse of Leadville.
Airs. W. H. Freeman entertainer! a
number of friends with an acrostic
pirty Fridiy af ernoiu c -mplimen
tary to .Miss Georgia Watkins. Alany
o Us virtby of pram were written on
th» ah ir n i' litt eg r ’st, AT s W it
kias ul tics. Bui irant tie 1 fir the
first prize, which was decided by Miss
Watkins drawing tbs lucky number
Tue priz; was a hands im < silver card
cise. Airs. WitlUms, wife of Dr. Wil
li tm if Cmii'iaiti, was awarded the
consolation prizi, a beautiful souvenir
The following is the program for
the Eureka literary society for Tues
day evening: .Music, Corona Afando
lin and Guitar Club; Reading, Airs.
H. W. Hinkle; Vocal Solo. Mrs. West
brook, Debate, ‘ Resolved that Muni
cipal Ownership would beßeneficial to
the City of Denver;” Piano Solo,
A meeting was held at the residence
of Mrs. H. Pinn, 2.111 Walton street,
Mill ly evening to organize a Circle,
Ladies of the Grand Army of the He
pub ie. A large number was present,
a d fourteen jiinet. Airs Stephens,
Mali )ail Senior Vice of N. .1.; Airs,
Hattie Kenney, Department Pres.;
Airs Patrick, P. National President
of Cilorid), Airs. Hitch, Pres, of
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
Circle No. 1, of Denver. Mrs. Cabell
of Kentucky and the other prominent
speakers were present, also Mesdaraes
Mary E Scott, National Delegat La
dies of Grand Army of the Republic,
Chicago, and M. 0. Quarrells of Chi
F. W. Gross of Victoria, Texas, was
in the city Tuesday having come up
on a visit from Colorado Springs
where he placed bis daughter in Col
orado College. He has been secretary
of the United Brothers of Friendship
of his state for sixteen years, and
speaks glowingly of the order. They
collected 528,000 last year and gave
the widows and orphans $21,000 and
still have a surplus of SIO,OOO invested
in government bonds. Over B,COO
members are now on the rolls and
WRONG IN HIS RECKONING.
Night Was No Time fo- Coming of th*
Prof. Hiram Corson of Cornell li
not only a great Shakespearean critic,
but also a person who upon occasion
knows how to meet an emergency with
true Shakespearean elevation of soul
It is told of him—and all good stories
in that neighborhood are told of him—
that he was once aroused from his
nightly slumbers by his wife, who had
become frightened at a thunderstorm
‘‘Wake up, Hiram,” she cried. The
professor turned uneasily on his
couch, but was sound asleep again in
two seconds. A blinding flash, fol
lowed almost instantaneously by a ter
rifle peal of thunder, caused his terri
fied spouse to again cry: "Wake up;
oh, do wake up, Hiram!” No response
came beyond an inarticulate gurgle
from the professor, succeeded prompt
ly by the regular breathing of dee*
Another flash more vivid than its
predecessor lit up the room, while the
wind, tearing some bricks from the
chimney, brought them rattling and
banging down upon the roof, accom
panied by the sharp detonation of he
"Hiram, wake up; the last groat
day has come!” shrieked Mrs. Corson
"Wha-aa-t, in the night?” queried
the professor.—New York Times,
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Railway managers in New Zealand
believe that they have succeeded In
Ending a new method of signaling
that will make collisions absolutely
Impossible. It has recently been pul
into operation there.
The block system of signaling has
been in general use in New Zealand
hitherto; but the new system, called
the "tablet," has now been introduced
Its essential feature Is that no engine
driver Is allowed to leave a station
without a tablet In his possession, and
the clement of safety rests on the fact
that the machines are so made tnal
It Is impossible for two of the tabicls
to be out at the same time.
If a driver leaves Auckland for
Newmarket with a tablet, that tablet
has to be deposited In the machine at
Newmarket before another tablet is
Issued for Auckland, and the elec
trlcal connection between the two
nations makes It impossible to ex
iract a tablet from the Auckland ma
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our marker! bottles.
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chine until the tabjet has been put
Into the machine at Newmarket. Rail
way experts are quoted an naying that
under this system two (rains cannot
he on the same section at one*, there
fore all danger of collisions is pre
vented.- The World To-Day.
An Oxford Epigrammatist.
The grave has lately closed over the
Rev. R. Bartlett, who was formerly
aid by bln friend* to be the most
popular man In Oxford, and who wan
certainly noth genial and witty. The
most original of his Failles was a uklt
}n the condign punishment of an un
lergradnate who, after drinking toe
freely, hud knocked down the college
Wh, was hi* time, already short,
Cut pifmaturely shorter'’
Because at flist h» fiuor»d ’no port.
And th« n he flouted the porter.
Professor Contagion said that It war
Bartlett who Invented the word
"equarson"—that now famous equlva
i«nt for what In Suffolk la called a
‘black squire." The manufacture ol
this "portmanteau-word," as Lewis
Carroll would have termed It, Is com
monly a.-erlbed to Bishop Samuel WU
herforr-e. The Bishop Is reported to
have pla;. fully styled himself a "squls
hop. and this may have led to the
conjecture that "squarson” was also
Invented by him. I.ondon Spectator
Wickedness in Luverne.
Everybody In I.uvcrne know* the
young Indies who lock arms with the
devil, "Vuu can fool some of the pee
pie some of the lime, but you can'i
fool all the people ell of the line*.
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