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Your news is welcome and it should reach us Wednesday to insure publication. The Arrangement committee of the U. 0. T. R. has arranged for a grand May Festival and Popular Contest at Manitou Hall, Thursday evening May 10th. The lady receiving the larg est number of votes at 10 cent t a vote, will bn declared the most popular in Denver, and will also win a handsome gold watch. Thn second will be a handsome set gold ring, all of w hich are now on exhibition in the wiudow at Boyd Parks'Jewelry Co., Kith and Curtis. Pick your choice front three rings. Contest tickets for these de siring to enter, can tie secured from the chairman of the committee, C. J. Walker 2-110 Champa Street: 212 lath Street; the headquarters of the Tiue Reformers, 1021 19th Street and the Editor of The Statesha*. Keep off the date of May 30t'a, be cause everybody is going to Colorado Springs on the excursion. The Woman's League will give an egg tree party on Thursday evening May 17, at 2227 Arapahoe St. A prize of $5.00 in gold will be giver to the holder of the lucky egg. Refresh ments. Admission free. A par.or social will lie given at 2110 Champa Street, every Saturday night. Supper will lie served for 15c and up. Strawberries and fruit in season. Phone Pink 592. H. Troutman is recovering from in* juries sustained by falling from a scaffold some weeks ago. The L'topian Club gave a de ight ful party at beautiful Roth Hal 1 ., Hist and Williams Inst Friday night chap eroned by Mrs. Eliza Dish man. Much credit is due the committee of aimnge ments, Messrs. 11. Troutman, L. Hub bard, E. Thomas and G. Montgomery for the completeness of every detail. The younger set tripped the light f in tastic to sweet strains of music by Harris Orchestra, and each declared himself as having spent a delightful evening. A feature of tha party was the moonlight dance. <* r V C. L. Flynn of 2621 Californio St. and nephew, Master Johnnie Trust, paid ue a visit, and renewed his sub serjption. ■ . » ! , f Notwithstanding the stormy night. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. a good audienct was present to hear the lecture, “Should Women Preach,” by Mrs. A. E. Brown the Evangelist, at Campbell Church Tuesday night. She was at her best, and defended her claim as having a right to preach, by referring to various passages of scrip ture found in both the old and new Testiments. Mrs. Annie E. Brown, the evangelist, addressed a large and appreciative i congregation at Campbell A. M. E. church last Sunday afternoon. Fully | 300 women listened attentively to the wholesome instruction delivered to them by that woman of God. Sunday at 3 p. m. the evangelist will deliver a | special sermon to the converts. Even ! ing subject. 8 p. m.. "God's Care for His people.” The daucing party given by Mrs. G j A. Stills and Miss Inez Jeans at Five Points hall Tuesday was one of the most brilliant affairs of the season About forty couples assent bled to enjoy the* treat. The decorations were blue and white with palms and easy corners in profusion. They were assisted in receiving by Mrs. Frank Turner, Miss Ida Greenlee and Mrs. Mae laiwrence Miss Gonzales Porter and Miss Lillian Hamlett served at the punch bowl. The formal opening of the Colored Orphanage and,Old Folks’ Home Asso ciation of Colorado was largely at tended by the public, the ministers of the various churches were present and sjK»ke in the highest terms of the work and its needs in our city and state. The ministers and public gave in the collection liberally. Many thanks for $15.62. Robert Gray, President. Rev. G. \V. Tolson was in the city this week. He says that Denver peo ple are as gallant as ever. E. L. I-awson is well again after hav ing a serious attack of la grippe and congestion of the lungs. He thanks his many friends who called to sec him while ill. Their kindness shall never be forgotten. Miss Elsie Von Dickerson had one of the liveliest birthday parties Tuesday night ever held on Downing street. Music, decorations lavishly strewn around and the pleasing band of young people were features of the occasion. Many present were In evidence which showed the esteem of friends. Mrs. H. L. Wise entertained the Berkely Art Club last Friday. The tribe of Arapahoes On the last day of May 31, Invites the other tribes of Denver To their entertainment. Mr. Mortgage Man Wants his money. Come out and eat, drink And dance with your “Indian." Dance at Manitou Hall From Thursday twilight, ’Til the rosy mom of Friday. Get ready. Who said “skidoo”? PIANOS SIOO. And Upwards. Anyone may have a Plana delivered al enoe to* •8.00 per week payments. - «#♦ COLUMBINE MUSIC CO. Ground Floor Charles Building. These stylish cards on the best Wedding Bristol board only 35c for 50 delivered anywhere in the world Send stamps or money tifJ. 1 • I Mrs. Captolla Ecton has been taken to the Steele hospital. Friday evening Misses Eva Collier and Fay Weeks were agreeably sur prised by the Carnation Club. Dancing and cards were the favorites of the evening. C. H. Bailey is again located at 1437 South First street. Mrs. Polk Heed and her daughter, Beatrice, after visiting Mrs. Mae Kitchen three weeks, returned home much improved by their stay. They re side in Colorado Springs. Mrs. Mae Kitchen visited her rela tives in the Springs recently. K. F. Cantey, a graduate pharmacist of Howard University, Washington D. C., went up to Cripple Creek to visit his brother Monday, returning Wednesday to stay a few days. Mrs. H. Warfield gave a birthday surprise party on her husband Thurs day night, at which were many of their friends, who gave several valu able presents. Fortunate Misourians. “When 1 was a druggist, at Livonia. Mo..” writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Graysville, Mo., three of my customers were permanently cured of consump tion by Dr. King’s New Discovery, and are well and strong to-day. One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona, but after using New Discov ery a short time he found it unneces sary to do so. I regard Dr. King’s New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existence." Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed by all druggist®, 50c and $1.00 Trial bottle free.