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The new dancing academy at 154fi Champa Street, is open every Thurs day night to 12 p. m. for social dances. Admission 25 cents. R. Phynix, man ager, 1351 Court Place. Phone Red 3144. Mrs. Hattie I. Snowden, graduate nurse and masseuse, 2414 California street. 5 10 Keep off the date of July 4th. None Such Club’s moonlight excursion to Boulder. Dancing at Temple Thea On Sunday evening. May 27th. at fc o'clock. Franklin Henry Bryant will deliver an address at I>ower Howe hall on California street, near Sixteenth Subject: "Socialism and the Race Problem ' The meeting will be under the auspices of I>ocal Denver, Socialist party. All are welcome. Admission free. Mrs Anderson of Is in the city. The Knights of Tabor are notified of s special meeting at their hall Thurs day evening. May .list, by order of D L). Cole. C. M Harry Gilmore has returned to the city. Miss Romalne Gay has been India posed, but Is Improving James Pierce has been sick and is better now The funeral of Mrs I,aura Julius, who died at her residence. 24M Curtis street, last Friday, was held from Zioi Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p m Rev. C. D. Douglass ofll elated Interment was at Riverside Undertaker Q J Gilmore wnR In charge of the remains. The deceased leaves a daughter. Mrs Lillian Walket The program for tho Sunday Alll ance Sunday will he an original i»oen) by Paul Caldwell, vocal solo. Miss Percy Clark; paper, Miss I>conn Trout man. ALL ON BOARD To Colorado Springs on the big Deco ration Day excursion on next Wednes day, May 30th, by way of the Rio Grande. Mrs Annie Grant of Fort lx)gan spent Wednesday In the city. Damon and Pythias lodges will run an excursion to Colorado Springs July 26th on the occasion of the meeting of the grand lodge. Allen Davis is chair ntan of the committee In charge and George A secretary. Leonard Chapman has applied for a THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. patent on a device for automatically turning on and off electric lights at any given time, saving the necessity of personal attention. It will be ready for the market June 15th CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. On Sunday evening at 7:45 p. m . solemn choral even song and sermon. Special preacher. Rev. Father O'Mai ley of St. Stephen's. The Rev. C. I. Mills, D. D . will also be present to ad minister the sacrament of holy bap tism. On Whitsunday (June 3d) the Rt. Rev. Bishop Olmsted will visit the Re deemer at the 11 o’clock service, to give the rite of confirmation and to"*eel ebrate the Holy Eucharist. Taka Art Club met at the home of Mrs L. E Richardson. 2450 Grant ave nue The club is working very earn estl.v for the federation which meets her.* in June Mrs. Nola Porter was •dected delegate to th«* federation and Mrs Eliza Goens alternate The club adjourned to m»-<*t at the home of Mrs Frank Turner. 2227 (Tarkson. Wednes day. June 1$K'*V The Misses Bunion entertained a few friends at a birthday party Tues day evening at the residence of their mother. Mrs Mary Bunion Covers w.»re laid for eighteen Music and game# were Indulged in. Those pres ont were Miss Ida M Stewart. Miss M. Scott, Miss M Gray Mr. R H Hud son. Mr Robert B. Peoples. Mr. G A Smith. Mr (’hath s Peoples, Mr Gribys and others Music was furnished by ALL OF DENVER Is going to have a pleasant outing in Colorado Springs on the big Decora ? on Day excursion over the Rio Grande on Wednesday. May 3"th The sacred cantata. "Queen Esther,” Will be given by the Azalia Hackley Choral (Tub at Zion Baptist church Tuesday evening. June 12th. This w ill be the musical treat of the season with a chorus of thirty five voices. The Woman'r Guild of the Church of the Redeemer will have a house so eiai at 2Sil California street next Thursday evening Admission 10c. Albert Drew who has been here for some time, left Thursday for Chicago at (i will wind up in Philadelphia. The Colorndo Giants will play at Louisville Decoration Day, ami M’gr Owent will take a picked team. Tht team is somewhat weakened by the leaving of pitcher Rogers, who is in Chicago on a visit. Sunday Renfrow a pitcher from Chicago, will be given —of Endowment Department of Dist. No. 33. G. U. 0. 0. F.Colorado and Juriadiction. Receipts. Name of Lodge. No. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May. Total. Rocky Mountain ...2320 $24.00 $9.00 $9.00 $9.00 $9.00 $ $ ... $ 60.00 Puritan 27G2 8.00 3.00 3.00. 3.00 3.45 3.30 3.30 27.05 El Paso 2771 5.00 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.55 18.65 Arapahoe 2930 27.00 10.35 10.35 10.95 10.95 70.20 Silver Bow 2889 8.40 3.00 2.70 2.70 2.70 19.50 Cheyenne 3106 6.80 2.40 2.40 2.40 14.00 Salt I-ake 3895 22.40 8.40 7.60 9.20 840 56.00 Pleasant Grove ... 4077 12.40 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.80 31.60 Otero 4343 2.80 1.05 1.50 1.50 1.50 8.35 Friendly Society . 6311 6.80 2.55 2.55 3.00 2.55 3.00 3.00 23.45 On hand Nov 1,1905.... 87.00 Grand Total $415.80 Disbursements. Oct. 15. 1905 Endowment money returned $ 73.90 Nov. 1. 1905—Seal, stationery, etc 5.00 Nov. 6. 1905—Account book 75 Dec. 1, 1905—Stamps 40 Jan. 6. 1906—8U1 heads and stamps 2.50 Jan. 25. 1906—Bond, premium 7.50 Jan 25, 1906—Printing and arr. policies 9.63 Jan 29, 1906—Mailing policies 60 Feb. 17, 1900—Stamps 1.00 May 1, 1906—Stamps 1.00 Total sl'*2 28 Total receipts $415.80 Total expense . . . ■ . 102.28 Balance on hand, to date $313.52 Respectfully submitted, [Seal 1 CHAS H. HOLMES. Endowment Secretary. Approved GEO. \V. GROSS. District Grand Master. a tryout. The line up for the game at Louiavi.le ia a* follow*: Browo.c; Renfrew, p; Porter, 1st h: Goodrich. 2nd b; Hargrave, 3ni b; Cainptou, ss: Williams, If; Moore, cf: White, rf. WAIT For the grand excursion to Colora do Springs aud banquet July 20, on the occasion of the meeting of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. The I'ni'orm Rank goes into encamp ment at Colorado Springs July 20, for a week. You will have the opportuni tv to visit the encampment grounds and witness the Competitive Drill for the loving cup, by four companies of the 1st Colorado Battalion. Note the fare, round trip $2 25. About the lime a man begins to re gard an expense book as a reminder of things he should not have bought he throws ihe expense book avay. VISITORS TO DENVER Will apprecite the cleanliness the expert workmanship and most of all the artesian water used exclusively in ORAN C. GOENS’ BARBER SHOP 1226 EIGHTEENTH ST. Newly Fitted Out. Hot and Cold Fine Line of Cigars. Baths. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT ALL SORTS. A child usually tells the truth as • growm person tells a lie—at the wrong time. Nevertheless, the man with an ax to grind always finds plenty of people loafing near the grindstone. Which would you rather be? The victim of an anonymous note, or be suspected of writing the note. A woman does not like to trim her own hats; and more than that, she does not like to wear a hat that looks as If she had trimmed it. After turning over a new leaf the hrst of the month, old man Giddies has looked the situation in the face and has torn out the leaf One of those men who claim to know the difference between a mush room and a toadstool died the other day—of typhoid fever, however.