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Who are the Right Hand Sisters of Arapahoe Odd Fellows?
Come out Nov, 9 to Manitou Hall and you will see the latest attraction. The one big event which is at hand is the entertainment to be given next Thursday night at Manilou Hall by the Odd Fellows of Arapahoe Lodge. This adair deserves the fullest pat ronage because of the purpose for which it is given no less than for the merit it has. This lodge set the pace for all colored organizations in the west in the matter of securing a home of its own and has thus far asked no assistance of the public in meeting its obligations. Now't has only several hundred dollars to pay end is making a grand rally. Some of the city’s best talent wdl appear in this worthy cause, A program of unusual merit will be rendered. Added to this is a | unique attraction in an art display by Charles Lightner. He is one of the best of local painters and has some canvasses which are of more than lo cal renown. At the close the Harris | Orchestra will fid out the evening’s entertainment. The price is only 35 cents and it would seem that every one would patronize the event for the sake of the good it would do. Why He Preferred a Curate. Dr. Lang, the popular bishop of Stepney, was formerly honorable chaplain to Queen Victoria, and a good story is told of an interview be once had with her maj""y. “1 hear, Mr. Lang." said the qn :i, 'excellent accounts of your work ai Portsca. and I find that you ac tually keep a staff of twelve curates. You should take to yourself a wife. I believe you would be able to do with af least two curates less." “Ah. no madam.was the prompt reply, which greatly amused the queen, “that would scarcely do; if I have a curate who does not suit 1 can get rid of him but I could not do the s; me with a wife*." Ringing the Date. A curiosity In llio matter of bell ringing Is to mot with at Fulburne, near Cambridge, Eng. The church hells there not only ring (he hours ol the day, but at intervals also the date of the month. Thus, at 12 o'clock noon on the 31st there would be for ty-three strokes. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Coming events Mascagni's Sincerity. Mascagni, the celebrated composer Is one of the most energetic of musi ;lans. The work he gets through Is simply marvelous. His earnestness j and fervor in conducting is so tre i mendous that at the end of an act he j is noticed often to be in a profuse ; perspiration. "How do you always i manage to come back for the next act looking so cool again?" a friend asked | lira recently. "I change every stitch.' replied the man of music, "and have a thorough rub-down between each act | it is the only way in which I can gc i through the evening." The Change In Jim. They said that Jim was laxy. an' he did appear to be > SUM*- bit a-workin* In the ha neat field with me; Ho couldn't, like the other hands, git started in the swim. Until I lost my patient*, and I had to fire him. iTrotn there vs< :it to Anioavllle an' got in Mort lev's shop An’ sailed Into tiie hizness like n reaper through the rron. Took linld of things im earnest—made a good mecluir.ir, too. rill M<-rt remarked I don't a<« how lie c\ei loafed fer you.” An’ whh h Is why I want to say that lots of laziness Depends upon the job a man In workin’ at. I guess. Ju*! give ,i man the job he likes, like Jim liked In the shop. An' l ire times out o’ ten. I guess, the l:i fiinphs 'II atoo. Detroit Trlbiio* Tt is a prand tribute to the *clf | restraint of the sex that even the broad mirror behind the bar haa nev er induced the ladles to break Into those male sanctuaries we call Ba cons.—New Orleans Time-Democrat One Way to Avoid Wrinkles. Four-year-old Alice had been to visit a very aged lady, whose face was had iy wrinkled. On returning home she climbed in'o her aunt's lap, and, look ing at her intently, queried: "What makes Grandma Barker's face all wrinkled?” "Because she is very old, dearie,” was the reply. "Will your nice, smoove fare be like Iter's when you get to be old, auntie?” asked the child soberly. ''Yes, darling," said the aunt, sigh lug in anticipation of her tost charms "Oh, well, auntie, don't feel bad ' exclaimed tb" ■chli'l. Maybe you'll die pltly quick!" Phone Main 4956 We pay for the return of all our marked bottles. THE IDEAL PHARMACY DB. E. L. KACLKXKB M.nos-'r 2100 Arapahoe Street. Fresh Candies All flavors of Soda Nut Sundaes Brand new slock of Druggists’ Sundries, i'ateut arid Proprietary Remedies. Prescriptions filled at any hour of Night. Goods Delivered Anywhere. I>B. FAULKNER and DB, roTTBKLL Proptialurn. MRS. NANNIE KING. Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service--Three Meals daily--Regular Dinner at Noon. Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p, m. WESTERN UNIVERSITY. The great Educational Institution for Kansas and the West DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Academic, Normal, Sub-Noimal and State Industrial. COURSES: Classical, College-preparatory, Academic, Normal, Sub Normal, Musical, (Instrumental and Vocal), including piano, organ and harmony, Drawing (Eine art and Me chanieal), Carpentry, Printing and Book binding. Busi ness Course, Stenography and Typewriting, Tailoring Dressmaking and Plain Sewing, (.looking, Launderitg. Farming aid Gardening. ADVANTAGES; Splendid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influences and Thorough Teachers from the leading schools of America including Lincoln, University of Kansas, \\ 1 1 berforce, Tuskegee and Hampton. INFORMATION: For terms, prices and all inducements offered, write to WILLIAM T. VERNON. A.M., D.D., Pres. Quindaro, Kansas. Bell Phones, Office White 4302: Rc$. West 15. IJT 11 y°" TWT i ITT Musil - you m A/ \ [VI I the b<‘ t th#n you f ▼ rli" 1 to gel Li The Harris Orchestra Seven Selected Soloists J. C. HARRIS, Manager, 2218 Clarkson Street. Tel. Blue 1568.