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Forty-fifth Anniversary of the United Brothers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten, Sunday, May 27. 1906. National Thanksgiving service. The twelfth triennial session of the National Grand Lodge will convene at Lexington, Kentucky, July 30. 31 and August 1, 2, 3, 1906. It is hoped that each temple, lodge and Juvenile de partment, which has uot paid its taxes will forward them at once to the state grand master or state secretary. These taxes must be paid the first of January and the first ot July of each year. The delinquent lodges and temples of the state, l.e., their masters and princesses must see that these taxes are paid at once for January, 1906, us July is al most on us and also the twelfth trien nial session of the national grand lodge. Hear In mind, worthy masters of lodges and princesses of temples, that no delegate will be admitted in the grund session at Lexington. Ken tucky, whose taxes has not been paid and other assessments required of them in their respective states. Also their credentials must be properly signed by the state grund master and state secretary, and have the stale seal. I am sorry to say that there has been much Indifference among our brothers who claim to be pioneers of our grand and noble order in the state of Colorado. As a whole, the sisters have been very loyal and have their minds made up to become a great power in Colorado. Sister Wilson of Trinidad, chairman of the trustee board of the order In the state, made such a rousing report and also read such able paper touching the duties of the officers, until It brought about great Interest among the 8. M. T. at large. Mother Temple, No. 1, has called two meetings since the grand lodge and In th'se meetings they discussed three propositions and out of them decided upon one which will be for the up building of the U. B. F. and 8. M. T. and the Juvenile department in Colo rado and sister stutes. The repre sentatives of this project will be 8. M. T. In Trinidad, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Canon City, Boulder and Washington. Brothers are admitted. Now, brothers, let us lay aside the clothes of narrowness, selfishness and oattsatioa tad Itt ui follow! follow!! THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. The U. B. of F. follow!!! Since we will not lead. Yours In J. M. T. and the work, W. R. RHODES, S. G. M. It’s a good thing for some of ns that we are not recognized as "good things." A faint heart and a fat bank bal ance often prore to be a winning combination. HE SURE TO ROOM with Mrg.’S. J. Bunker when you go to Manltou, Colo. Modern house, very convcnlont. When going to Colorado Springs write Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 Last Cimmarron, for rooms. Her rooms are new, modern and conveniently lo cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re ply by mail When you come to Colorado Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quonn Anne” 320 E. 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