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The Woman's Club wishes to thank all those who donated money, pro visions, bought and sold tickets and helped make the entenelement of Feb. 1 a success* We desire to make the following re port: Money taken in door $ 42.00 Cloak room 3.10 Icecream 4.75 Punch 22.20 Supper 5.45 Tickets sold 1«*8.30 Totals <5187.80 EXPENSES. Hall $ 35.00 Music 25.0t’ Stag** hands 1.70 Heating coffee .. .25 Policeman Gilmore 2.50 Advertising and printing la.y Total $ 70.46 Balance $108.36 As we have tickets to Im* heard fron we have placed the above ; mount in the First Natural bank till a full re port can be made We wish to Mate that Mrs. Silves ter Stewart and Mrs. John Canada arc jnemt’crs of this club, as tin ir namet werc omitted in some way. This is not a permanent club, bu we hope in the future to h dp the Old Folks' and Orphan Home from time to to time. THE CLUB. Mrs. M K. DUbman. president. Mrs Spencer Burns, vice president; Mrs Mae Lawrence, secretary. Mrs Sil Tester Stewart, treasurer Mesdames C. A Burns Jno. Can ada, G. C. Corpu , J W. Cnimmer. Scott lb* Neal. Laura Gunnell. Snn» uel Harrington. Eli Hickman. H W Hinkle. C. F. Holmes. J Mullins. Geo. Porter. Richard Porter. F. I> Hatley W. H Stoll. It. M. Tompkins. F C. Turner. J. \t\ Watkins. It F Wilson. J. H. P. Westbrook, Chat*. 'Vicks. Mist Ida Oreenley. THE U. B. F. AND S. M. T. GRAND LODGE'S SESSION. The lira nil l-odge of the C It. F ami S M. T. of tin* Colorado Juris diction met at the Odd Fellows’ hall 171" Curtis Htrwt, Monday tnorniug at ? o'clock. The prominence of tin badges of both men and women shotted that there was quite a largi delegation from the dlffeient cities o Colorado. Representing Trinidad were MeHdamcH McPhee, Kills. ami Fred Wilson; Colorado Spring!. Mesdamei Jennie I>. Henderson. Ms y (’lay am Messrs. Mel vine (’lay, A. C. Hatties and Tom F Smith,, penvet. Mesdames M. E. Riley, Berlin Rnruird. Mar Three!, also Messis W. R. Rhodes I J Jones. H. U. Brown srnl Master Ogles vie Lawson. The U. B F and S M T was organized in 1884 and has made marvelous progress ovei blinding obstacles and terrific opposl tioo. both witblg asd without, as now Ifcay arc by five orders It tbt at ate modi the woacu knows aa THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. the Queen of the West, No. 1; Web ster. No, 5; Capitolla Temple, No. 3 of Denver; Foster, No. 2, of Colorado Springs, and Gaines. No 4. of Trinl? dad. The l T . B. F. have two .orders anion; the men. one being at Colo(ad< Springs. Joshua. No. 133. aud the other in Denver, Western Star. No. 128. and one juvenile, Golden Gate, makiug a full organization of about 250 mem hers strong in the state, with Trinl dad and Colorado Springs owning their property and in connection with all the paraphernalia, cash and per sonality, they are worth al>out $1.5tK» in Colorado with no debts There were no deaths during the year. The Statesman reporter ap proached Mrs. M. K. Riley, the secre tary of the Grand Lodge, and asked her about the success of the present meeting, the strength and future pros poets of the order, to which question she made the following reply: ‘‘Why ! the order is in fine condition. I was really surprised at the enthusiasm and the spirit with which the dele gates eamc into the meetings; the delegates of Trmt'lad and Colorado Springs were alert aud alive to the obligation and duty imposed as being representatives, for they consented *o those which were only for the good of the order. I am so glad that the dove of peace settled about us, so that it made the Grand Lodge the best we ever hud.” After many of the del .•gat v visited th*- Statesman oflic*-. that was thrown open to their enjoy ment. and after they had personally eongrntulated Mr Franklin tor his success thus attained they left, speak ing praises of I)en\er and her citizens. Danger in Farcing Children, labor tear* down the mental facul-j tie* of the child, causing the mind to become dwarfed and stunted at an early age w hen *ubjer ted to continual bard work, a* in fl*ld and factory. ' While enough physical exercite l* nec esaary to the development of the brain, too much has the opposite ef feet The ui!nd mutt be stimulated by the right kind of diversion. and in order to attain the heat resuL* must choose for itself, according to the mental and moral responsibility of the individual The parent should be the Judge of this and should not for any •“•ason be too severe with children at an early age. lest by overstraining any of the (unctions of the body or brain they become prematurely de ranged —Philadelphia Ledger The Knvaltpe In the Window. If you were In a certain Irish town and were looking out for lodgings you would probably come to the conclu sion that cone were to be had for, search aa you might for the familiar "apartments to let" notice* so oiten seea In the windows of houses in other placea you would search in vain Instead you might observe fas tened by the flap to the window a clean white envelope This is an in dication to all whom It may concern that apartments are to be bad within This curioue custom Is greatly in vogue at the seaside health resort VCllkee, County Clare, where a.I house* that have apartments to let exhibit a whitt eavHofe. Denver Professionals The Statesman takes pleasure in introducing the following colored professionals and recommends them as competent in their lines. Show yourself a race lover by patronizing them.' Be a booster. Watte of Nerve Energy. So many people needlessly end recklessly waste their nerve energy. They drum the chair or the desk with their fingers or tap the floor with their toes. They hold their hands. They tit in a rocking chair and rock for very dear life. If they write or tew they get down to it with a vengeance and contract their brows and wrlnkH their foreheads and grind their teeth If they have an unusual task to do they contract and contort every mus cle of the body, making themselves tense and rigid all over, when the work perhaps required hut one i*?t of muscles or perhaps the mind only, aa the case may be. A Greater Lea*. A ff'Vi years ago a contractor unde: took to aiden a rail*a., in Yorkshire and ahlle the men acre a n.*rk one day a serious landslide occurred There as-* much confusion, and dir* cry aent up. "Count l men N* \ er mind the nun. «ri«-d the thrift) contractor "count the wheelbarrows ** *'" FORD* 8* M **** HAIR POMADE Poratfrlr k&««n m “ohwei ox iAnor' tf STRAIGHTENS KINKT or Ct’RI.Y HAIR that It ran Wput up In any style deal red r«nti»Uut with IU length ronTi Hair I’oaaAt **' formerly known as <>IoXIZHI> OXW ARROW nod is ih-* onlr *»f** preparation kn< * n to u» ifcu Kinky or rally hair alrilftil. a* ih iwn abort. ll« use Makes the Moat stub born, harah. kinky or rurly hair aoft. pliable and ru| W> math These results niajr be obltlUM fr>m one In atinm. 3 to 4 Mtl»« are us«alj> sufficient for a year. The use ~f Ford 1 * Hair Fonaadr OZONIZI.Ii OX MARROW ') rtmotti anti prrvrri* dan drill relterae Itching. invif rtk< the scalp, •ton* the hair fr«M falling outer breaking off. Hair* It grow and. hr nourishing lb* molt gITM It new life and rigor. Bring elegantly grrnmfdt and ham loan. It I* a toilet MARROw ha* horn made and sold ecu tin nonair since about UBP. and label OIOKIIKD (IX a ARROW". *ai registered in the United rttalea Patent OHoe. in mi. In all that long period of time them ha* oerer boon a botlW returned from the hand Mi of thoaaands w* bar# aold., FORft'H HAIR POM • wee* and egeetlre. no mntter pear long yon LTf-V X PI.IABI.E Bmw of Imitations Remember that Forti n, Hair PoMf rojtfNIEEP OX MARROfr*) la pnt up only in Mrt site, and la made only In Chicago and br u* The tannine ha* the signature. Char let ford Prest on each pnrkage. Refnae all others Pall di reettons with srery bottle. Price only I* eta Bold by druggists and dealer*. If y<*ur drag giti or dealer can aot supply you. he can pocqre It front Ms Jobber or wbolcaale dealer or aead as M eta. for oaa bottle pantpaid. or gl td for three bottles or HJI for si* bottles. »sprees paid. We pay postage nod espreas charges jo all points la U. 8. A. When order tag aead postal •ipreaa noser order. and msr'tlen this paper. Witte jour name and address plainly to ThaOxsoUad Ox Harraw Oe. (A r m 4 ffnuin* my rifnmturw) TS WaSaak »**_ lMta«*, m. leak •aeMavarrwkaaa. JOS. h. STUART Lawyer, Practises in All Courts. Offiot 329 Kittredge Bldg Cor. 16th and Glen arm. Re*. 2227 Lincoln A re. Phone Olire 294 Examining abstract* of title, and drawing up legal docu ment* given careful attention Dr. E. L. FAULKNER. a PMV«»CIAN AN* IUAGt ON J5-* ’ 1 *to Itta at. Honrs < 1 to 4 f. w. ( 7to $ (* w \ |0 tn 11 a ft* HuihlS) * j 7 Io I ft. it Di»e»*e* of Women aml Cbih'im. A Special!;. PHONE OFFICE MAIN 463. 1021 19th Street and 1863 Amibn St. Dimr. (t toll a. w.. Hours :1 1 to 1 and I 7 to 9 p. m »«««!’b I U ’.r°ro*i"-i?, d DR. W. A. JONES. 911 21st Street. Soar ('hump* PHONES: During Ofhcp Hour' *4* Red Out <»f office Hour-. l«fl Main hour* jf T§ 4 *.m! TCl.msin sap* i 7 TO S e.a. DR. P. E. SPRATLIN. Reaidence: 2226Clarkaon itsmt. Telephaa* Torh 128 DRS. WESTBROOK AND HARPER. 913 Twenty-First Street. DR. >. N. P. WESTBROOK. Pfcfticiii Hi Siri itn. DR. J. A. HARPER, iDutiit. Phone Main 1144.