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Your news is welcome and it should reach us Wednesday to insure publication. Keep off the (lata of Mu; 30th, be cause ever;bod; is going to Colorado Springa on the excursion. The Woman's League will give an egg tree part; on Thtrsda; evening Ma; 17, at 2227 Arapahoe St. A prize of Si .00 in gold will bo given to the bolder of the luck; egg. Refresh ments. Admission free. THE PAXTON 1841 Lawrence St. Under new miaagement. Rooms •1.75 per week, and up. Transient rooms single, Sic; double, GOc and up. Mlsa Rachel Goff ha* been a suf ferer with tonsilliis about ten days She Is rapidly Improving. Mrs. Minnie Marshall, after three weeks Illness shows great Im provement In her health this week. Mrs. Mary' Allen Is troubled with a sprained back and la arlppe; Mrs OUv.a Brown Is 111 with acute Indiges tion. Edward James Is slrk at 1321 Twenty-fourth street. Mrs. Lulu Walker, after spending a week with Mrs. Goodwin In Boulder, returned Monday, much happier by the recent visit. The Bethlehem Uaytlst Church raises money every Saturday night By means of a social The money la be ing gathered to pay on a new church. Mrs. R. B. Taney of Welton street had the pleasure of entertaining the Shorter's- Sewing Circle Thursday af ternoon, at which meeting a unique re Arapahoe Lodge Spring Fiesta 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 Hail From Thursday twilight, ’Til the rosy morn of Friday. Get ready. Who said “skidoo”? Two gold rings for tickets sellers THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. fception w&i planned to entertain the husbands of the members. Mrs. Hattie Congdon has recently changed her address to 2124 Arapahoe street. Mrs. Ben Givens has moved to 212€ Curtis street. Mrs. Nannie Buford will depart to Manitou for the summer, where she has a permanent position in a private boarding house. j Mrs Irving Williams has moved to i 2227 Arapahoe. Mrs. M. B. Brown of Curtis street | has been afflicted with hay fever all last week. Mrs. F. I). Dalton presented her bus band with a fine son Thursday last. The None Such Social Club has re organized again with C. Fulbright as president. H Walker, vice president; E. Montgomery, treasurer. L. Hall, secretary. Lay members C. Nichols. W. Parks. G. D«*an As pleasure enter tainers to the public their first event of the serson will be a moonlight ex cursion to Boulder Dancing in Tem ple hall. July 4. 1906 Revival services at Campbell A M E. church continues in interest and spiritual enthusiasm. Sunday after noon, 3 p m.. Mrs Brown will preach a special sermon to the children Both old and young are invited At 8 pm. the evangelist will preach her farewell sermon Come and here her. Mrs. Martha Riley of Eleventh ave nue is indisposed. The colored orphanage and old folks' home, city location 446 to 452 South First street, Jerome Park. Our suburban properly, ICO acres, sixteen miles northeast of Denver and 105 feet higher than Denver, where nature smiles. Incorporated October, 1905, and managed by a board of trustees. Our executive board is undenomina tional. We receive any child or aged cautiously. Anyone desiring informa tion of any kind relative to this char itable work among our people or any other nationality will find any of the PIANOS &100. And Upward*. Anyone may hava a Plana delivarad at anoe fo» 99,00 per waek payments. - ■ eae COLUMBINE MUSIC CO. Ground Floor Charles Building. Thest stylish cards on the best Wedding Bristol board only 35c for 50 delivered anywhere in the world Send stamps or money m<J4a mU. . I I A Protracted Camp Meeting. During the period when camp meet, logs were of frequent occurrence la western New- York n man living ii Buffalo, a Mr. Wilbur, attended one it the vicinity, after which he disap peared. Two years iater he quietly relumed to the bosom of hia family. No explanation was given to the neigh bor* of hit long absence. After wait ing for a week a Mrs. Post, who could restrain her curiosity no longer, pop ped her head out of the window aa Wilbur passed by and called after him In a short shrill voice: “Mr. Wll Duff Mr. Wilbur! Is the meeting Kitt Is the meeting out?*' following officers ready and willing to explain the work and its needs: Robert Gray, president: Mrs. J. A. Smith, vice president; Mrs. J P Blackwell, second vice president; Mrs. Lavenia Knight, matron; Mrs. Hattie Shelton, assistant matron; Mrs. Hattie Overman, chair man building fund; Mrs. M E. Morri son. solicitor, 834 South 12th street; William R. Rhodes, secretary and treasurer. 2535 East sth avenue. “Not looking each of you to his own things, but each of you also to the things of others." Fortunate Miaouriant. "When I was a druggist, at Livonia. Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of GraysTllle, 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 Arlionn, but after using New Discov ery a short time he found It unneces sary to do so. I regard Dr. Wing's New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine In existence." Surest Cough and Cold cure nud Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed by all druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.