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United Brothers of Friendship, Sis
ters of the Mysterious Ten, Valiant
Knights of Friendship and Juvenile
Departments of Colorado: By the au
thority and power Invested In me by
the national grand master of the U.
B. F. S. M. T„ Valiant Knights of
Friendship. I do make this proclama
tion:
Denver, Colo., May 15, 1906.
To the Subordinate Lodges, TempleB
and Juvenile Departments of Colo
rado:
Know by these presents that the
third annual Thanksgiving service will
be held in the various cities of the
state where our banners have been
hoisted May 27, 1906.
The annual Thanksgiving service
will be held at Campbell A. M. E.
church, Twenty-third and Lawrence
streets. Every U. B. F. S. M. T. and
juvenile is expected to be present and
the public In general Is cordially in
vited to our service. Rev. J. S. Payne
will preach the Thanksgiving sermon.
STATE SECRETARY.
Prof. Bsnnsy Heard Enough.
Prof. Bonney of New Bedford,
Mass, is a noted wit. On one occa
sion one of bis Latin students went
Into his Virgil class with a half-pre
pared lesson. Prof. Bounty called
upon him to translate the famous pas
sage In which Aeneas vainly strives
to embrace the form of his iost wife.
" ‘Thrice I essayed to throw my
arms around her neck." "trotted" the
half-prepared student. " ‘Thrice 1 es
sayed to throw my arms around her
neck.’ And, professor," he stammer
ed, "that’s all the far I got"
“You got far enough,” roared the
Irate Bonney; "sit down."
■ ' ‘ — ffiU
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born In 1732, turned from wlg-maklng
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The U. B. of F.
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MRS. C. J. WALKER.
Don't hang around gossiping after
you have secured a customer’s order.
Thank him and leave him, remember
ing his time Is valuable. •
Don’t tell your troubles. The world
Isn’t looking for anyone to console.
Keep your troubles to yourself. Laugh
In the face of difficulties and dare to
feel Bure of success.
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