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THF. COCONINO SUN.
A PLEASANT AFFAIR
Was the Recital Given by Miss Mamie E.
Plank at Babbitt's Hall.
The recital given b.v Miss Mamie K.
Plank gave the people of Flagstaff mi
iMt't unlt.v of huii(llutc u delightful
evening. Miss Plank has a line con
tralto dice, and the selection for the
occasion gave her voice the fullest
compass, and she wax frequently en
cored. The piano renditions by Mrs.
I). M. Iliordan were perfectly given
and each number on the program was
Mr. C II. Kdwards, always a favorite
with Flagstaff audiences, added to the
plea-uro of the affair with a violin solo.
An miiuu feature of the evening'
entertainment was the evolution of
Mi-s Miller. Mien Collin, Miss Howell,
Mihs Prime, Miss Powell, Miss Mau
ning.Miss Muylielle Miller, Miss Marie
Iliordan, Miss (.race Orim in the scarf
yriiutaHtics, and the audience was not
s.itistled until the attractive young
ladies repeated the part.
The program was as follows:
Ilaydcu Finale Trio
MltS. ItlOKDAN, MH. KmVAHIN,
Fran.. Opp. .'10, No. 7 -a. "Stars with
Little Golden Feellet."
Fanning li. "I've Something Sweet to
Tell Von"' Contralto Solo.
Mamie K. Plank.
March and Chorus from Tannhaiiser
Violin Solo . Mit. KmvAims.
CooiiiIh, "Across the Dee"
( 'ontralto Solo
MAMIK K. Pl.ANK.
I.enormand n. A selection.
Chopin -Lis.t -li. Polish Dance...
v N,,s- l5loiil.N.
Sullivan "Oh Hush, Thee. My liable"
Mils. Hkannkn, Mrs. Mm.i.kh,
Mk. Footk, Mu. Hkiii.
, Conen.''IOvely Spring"..('oiitraltoSolo
I MAMIK K. Pl.ANK.
If you are thinking of getting a win
ter null, go to the Flagstaff Cash Store
A new lodge of the Paternal Brother
hood will he organized at the Ma-onie
Hull in Flagstaff on Thursday, Oct. li,
S'M, at 8 o'clock p. in. The lodge
starts with uUmt 30 member eomo-ed
of the leading citizens of Flagstaff.
Dr. Koliiuson and Dr. Miller are the
examining physicians and all who join
the lodge must lw examined liefore their
insurance is in force. I. S. Hartholo
mew, the supreme secretary, will be
present and conduct the ceremonies.
Let us all take hold of this young. ig
orousand popular order Mid make this
lodge in Flagstaff a credit not only to
the city of Flagstaff but to the order in
general. If thereare any who were not
given thelrapplieatlou that would like
to become a charter member let tliem
come to the hall at this meeting on
Oct. li, and the matter can then and
there be arranged.
The Flagstaff ''ash Store has re
ceived the tirst installment of its line
of men's suits. The are the latest
styles and embrace thy latest make of
The Peoples' store has the largest
stock of dry good-, fancy gents furnWi
ing goods, hosiery, millinery, etc.. ever
opened in Flagstaff. Call and see us.
IT there is anything you need in the
ay of furniture, the Flagstaff Cash
Store can supply your needs.
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