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THE COLORADO STATESMAN
Mrs. It. M. lilukoy of 2858 Ogdon i street, who hus boon quite 111, is ini-! proving. Mrs. J. B. Moore returned home • Monday from Cefion City, Colo., where she haH been several days on business. Mrs. Florence J. Moore of 2151 Hum boldt left last Thursday evening for Kuubus City, Mo., Okluhoma and Tex as, where she will spend the winter and spring seasons. The public has been eagerly wait itfg for the Knight Templar’s grand entertainment, which will be held at the City Auditorium next Friday night, Nov. 20th. Don’t fall 2 B there. Eat your Thanksgiving dinner at Pope’s Cafe, 2721 Welton street. The generous proprietor will leave nothing undone to give the public the best the market affords. “Fatty” I’rim, the enterprising and hustling coni ami wood dealer, has purchased a truck, in which quick de liveries can be made to any part of the city. Robert Russ left today for Rhode Island, where lie will spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends. He will also visit in Chicago, New York and other eastern points before returning home. The Fairbanks Hotel and Cafe, 271G Welton, has a great treat for the puli- j lie on Thanksgiving day, when a 1 sumptuous dinner will be served. This t popular place will be a mecca for ; those looking for good things to eat. j S. II. Hobson left this week for his old home in Columbus, Kan., where he will spend Thanksgiving with his father and other relatives. He will also visit in Kansas City and Joplin, Mo., before returning home. Miss Frances L. Russ and Mr. Oliver W. Jackman of Los Angeles, Cal., were quietly married Wednesday after noon at 4 o’clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Russ, Rev. I. S. Wilson of Camp bell A. M. E. church officiating. The Colorado Statesman joins with their many friends in wishing them a happy voyage on the sea of matrimony. Our famous musician, Rosamond Johnson, and ills quintette of artists drew very large audiences for the Or plieum during the week which ended last Monday. While other acts re ceived much applause, yet the thirty minutes given to Mr. Johnson and his singers and players proved beyond a doubt that the management ns well as the public were satisfied that they merited everything they received in the shape of appreciation from a Denver critical theater-going audience. Spe cial mention must be made of the vio linist, quite a youth who bids fair to become a great artist, also the trap drummer who exhibited the most skill ful performances with his instrument. j Mr. Johnson was the partner of the great Bob Cole, now deceased, and is the head of the music center in New York. Willie here they were guests of the Fairbanks Hotel, Five Points dis trict. __ All of the Christian Science Churches in Denver are uniting in haviug free lectures delivered by a member of the board of lectureship of the Mother Church in Boston, Mass., next Mon day and Tuesday, November 22nd and 23rd at 8 p. m. in the Municipal Audi torium. The lecturer chosen for the occasion. Prof. Hermann S. Ilcring, c. S. B„ of Concord, N. H„ was former ly professor of electrical engineering in Johns Hopkins University, w 1 e 1 work he left to devote ills time and energies to Christian Science work. Before becoming a lecturer, Prof, lier ing was a committee on publication, first reader in The Mother Church In Boston, and also president of The Mother Church. The only Thanksgiving night dance. Where? At Fern Hall, of course. Yes, that great, big, wonderful dance. Come out and joint the mighty throng of joyous dancers. Morrison s augmented Second Jazz Orchestra. Plenty of good things to eat. WM. KNIGHT, Mgr. WANTED— Reliable men and wom en to take good positions^. In Employment Agency. 2002 Weito. street. Phone 280? Champa. BOY SCOUTS ELECT OFFICERS. The Booker T. Washington District of Boy Scouts of America, which Is composed of all the Negro troops in the city, held Its annuui election Nov. 10th. Mr. L. 11. Liglitner was elected chairman. Mr. A. V. Gurdner, first vice president; Mr. O. L. Lawson, second vice president; Mr. L. Walton, third vice president; Mr. W. H. Ches ter Stell, fourth vice president. Rev. William Thomas, pastor of the A. M. E. Church; Mr. Harry Townsend, city wide boy work secretary among the colored boys of Denver and Mr. I* H. Lightner, supreme clerk of tlit, American Woodman, were elected to the locni council. The district has planned a Boy Scouts rally at Shorter Chapel A. SI. E. Church the evening of Nov. 21st. And a district field meet Nov. 27th. We would like to have everybody in terested in the Scout movement and desire your presence at both the pro grams. W. H. CHESTER STELL, Publicity. FERN HALL. Monday Night, Nov. 22. Ladies, I am spending a lot of money and valuable time trying to make good my disappointment of last Monday night, Nov. 15. Prepare your selves for many surprises and a good time. BILLY KNIGHT, Mgr. Get your tickets for Hirman Com manderys entertainment. Tickets now on sale at A. V. Gardner’s Tailor Shop, 1025 Twenty-first street, and at the Douglass Undertaking Co., 2745 Wei ton street. WOMAN’S DAY NURSERY ASSO CIATION PRESENTS BRILLIANT MUSICAL ARTISTS AT PEO PLE’S TABERNACLE. Denver musical lovers had the pleasure of listening last Thursday evening to Maud Cuney Hare, pianist, and William 11. Richardson, baritone, in recital and music talk at the Peo ple's Tabernacle, Twentieth and Lawrence streets, and the fairly 1. rge audience was well repaid in having such an opportunity afforded them. | Madame Hare is classified among the j leading pianists of tiie country and ' her rendition on this occasion made us feel she maintains the reputation. ; Mr. Richardson lias a pleasing voice, which Is very commendable. We are J glad that our eastern artists are be ginning to discover that .the west also loves music and the oilier arts, and hope that these events will lend an incentive for others to visit us. The Woman's Day Nursery Association Is doing a splendid work in rhis city and it would render BETTER AND GREATER SERVICE if we would lie Interested enough to visit or con tribute to the best of our ability to the comfort and enjoyment of the little ones who are to take our places. Tiie People’s Tubernacle was given free of cost by the church authorities, as ttie cause was a worthy one. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Tiie boys are having tiie time of tlieir little lives. The liutl weather of tiie past few days hus driven them on the inside, but they are so full of enthusiasm tbut they do not care uny tliiug about tbut. They liad a good meeting lust Sunday ufternoon. Mr. Parks was tiie speaker. Eighteen were present. Dr. Holmes will speak to them next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. On tiie evening of the tweuty fourtli, u Thanksgiving social will be given for them. The Rev. Dr. Cox, pastor of tiie Christ M. E. Church, spoke at tiie men’s meeting last Sunday afternoon. His talk was exceedingly practical and helpful. The meeting tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon will be full of in terest. It will be In honor of Thanks giving. The general subject will be: “What This Thanksgiving Means to the Negro,” and will be in the nature of a symposium. Tiie subject will be discussed from the standpoint of poli tics, social justice, economics and in general. Good and able speakers will represent eacli phase of it. The meet ing will be held at the Scott M. E. Church, and will begin promptly at 4 o’clock. Everybody will be cordially welcomed. MISS NETTIE PENIX HERNDON, Teacher of Piano. Result* Guaranteed. Studio, 2542 Gaylord. Tel. York 4708 J. CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH. Cor. Twenty-third and Lawrence St. Rev. 1. S. Wilson, pnßtor; residence, 1218 Twenty-third street. Phono Main 1312. At 10:00 a. m„ Sunduy School. At 11:00 a. in., preaching by the pastor. At 0:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor. At 7:30 p. m„ preaching by the pastor. Mid-week Meetings. . Monday, 8:00 p. in., church confer ence. Wednesday, 8:00 p. in., prayer and class. Thursday, Thanksgiving day, union of churches at Cnmpbeli; preaching by Rev. Strlppllng, 11:00 a. ill. Last Sunday evening the Golden West Quartet made its first public appearance, in which it satisfied the congregation with three jubilee num bers. The election of officers will be held Monday evening. The reorganization of the choir will take place in a week or two. Many of the members have left the city. Anyone wishing to become a member will send In their name. The choir meets every Friday nigliL CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER, EPISCOPAL. Twenty-second Ave. and Humboldt St. “Stir up” Sunday, Nov. 21st. Morn ing prayer, 11 o'clock a. m. Sermon subject, "Nothing Lost.” The last Sunday of the Christian year. Good music. Cordial welcome. THE CAMMEL UNDERTAKING CO. Funeral Notice. Bettes —Freeman, Mr., departed this life Nov. 11 at his late residence, 703 B street, Salida, Colo., at the age of 05. His remains were shipped to Pueblo for interment in Roselawn, Nov. 15. FUNERAL NOTICE. Douglass Undertaking Company. Jackson —Mrs. Mable, 33 years, de parted this life Nov. sth at St. Paul, Minn. Body arrived Sunday accom panied by sister, Mrs. Lois Sands. Funeral service was held Wednesday, Nov. 17tli, 2 p. m. from residence, 1304 Fox street. Rev. P. J. Price offic iated. Interment in family plot at Fail-mount cemetery. Atkins —Mrs. Ester, 23 years, be loved wife of ,T. Atkins, devoted daugh ter of Mrs. Alice Hill, departed this life Sunday, Nov. 14th. Service was held 3 p. in. Thursday, Nov. 18, Rev. I. S. Wilson officiating, after which body was accompanied by mother to Roxtou, Texas, for interment. Lege—Sims, 41) years, departed this life Nov. ICtli at residence, 3114 Wal nut street. Rev, L. J. Waters in charge. Funeral notice later. THANKSGIVING AFTERNOON. Thursday afternoon matinee will be held at Fern Hall. This dance is mainly for the younger set of dancers, but grownups may attend also. Good music. W. KNIGHT. Mgr. PLEASE REMEMBER. Owing to tiie continuous in crease in tiie price of print paper and cost of labor we are forced to increase our prices for subscription to The Colorado Statesman to new subscribers, beginning October 15. One year subscription, *2.50; six months, $1.50, and three months, *I.OO. We promise our patrons tiie usual good service and quality news, and ask them to govern themselves accordingly. WATCH FOR THE KNIGHT TEM PLAR. Hiram Coinmandery No. 20, Knights Templar, are preparing to give one of tiie most brilliant and spectacular com petitive drills and dunce of the season, November 26, 1020, at the City Audi torium. Who’s Who and What’s What # Knight Templars flli Grand Ball OF HIRAM COMMANDERY, NO. 20, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, A. F. & A. M. Will Give a Great COMPETITIVE DRILL & DANCE SEE THE WELL-TRAINED TEMPLARS CORPS AND FANCY DRILL TEAM Friday, November 26, 1920 AT CITY AUDITORIUM Prizes for Best Drilled Team and Also Waltz Dancers This promises to be the GRANDEST entertainment of the season MORRISON S AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA WITH THEIR FAMOUS JAZZ ADMISSION $l.OO, INCLUDING WAR TAX COMMITTEE—Frank S. Reed, Chairman ; Andrew F. Riley, L. M. Stamps, John 11. Gardner, John M. Anderson. Rule of the Road. There Is some conflict of opinion about the rule of the road. In the matter of the walking public, the rule in England hus always been “keep to the right.” In Franco It has always been “keep to the left,” and those who have spent the best pnrt of the last five yours on the continent have got | Into the way of keeping to tho left In driving this Is reversed, and some difficulty was experienced by those who hod been brought up upon the old adage, “When you go left you go right, ( and when you go right you go wrong,” j In driving.—Chrlstinn Science Monitor. | Had Enough of That Number. A North Carolina man whose auto mobile license was numbered 13 sent It back to the secretary of state with n letter snylng: “The first day I rode with It, 1 lost *l3, and the second day I lost 13 Inches of skin o(T my leg. Please send me a safer number.” He got 1L Received: One Wife. It was the privilege of a factor of the Hudson's Bay company, who did not care for the facilities at hand, to order for himself a wife through the j company, w-hfeh provided all of life's necessities to those of its agents who made proper application. ODe such transaction Is noted In an old receipt book of the company as follows: “Re ceived one wife in fair condition; hope she will prove good, though she is certainly a rum one to look at” — World’s Work. Picturesque Custom. A unique and picturesque custom in Korea is the handing down of a fam ily hat from father to eldest son. This bat, made from the hair of family an cestors, Is a priceless possession, and Is so carefully handled that it does not wear out for generations. Wanted Prolonged Stay. Much to his delight, Bennie had beei allowed to the night with hll grandmother. Next morning when th. time came for him to return home hi said: "Grandma. 1 am not ready t< go home yet. I want to stay two al nights.” Detrimentals. Want and wealth equally harden the human heart, as frost and fire are both alien to tiie human flesh. Famine and gluttony alike drive away nature from •., ~f man.—Ttv-odore I’arker. Important Consideration. When naming young son. parents should Insure his future happiness by selecting Initials that will make a pretty monogram. For Neat Clean Transient Rooms see Mrs. W. Cowan, 2824 California Street. Phone Champa 3490. HARVEY G. WEBSTER PATRIOTIC SHOE SHINING PARLOR 1526 Welton St Phone Main 2196 LISK ROASTERS Assure the Success of the Thanksgiving Feast A Risk Boaster will enable you to roast as well as the most famous chef. The original Self-Basting Roaster is the Bisk. It has u patented concave top, on the under side of which the vaporized juices of the roast condense and drip down upon tlie meat. This bastes the meat continuously, making it ten der and juicy. It is made of seamless steel, heavily enameled. The ends are rounded and there are no seams or crevices—cleans like china. We shall be pleased to explain just how they work, and show you the various sizes. Basement Doll Hospital Have your dolls repaired now and avoid the rush that will come nearer Christmas. A little later you will find it almost impossible to find the repairs you need. Dolls are repaired in the order received: Basement Free Embroidered Initials or Name up to ten letters on any Linen Handkerchief Selling regularly as follows: Women’s, 40c, 50c, 65c each. Men’s, 50c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 each. SALE OF At $5.95 Pair (Discontinued Lines) These Boots are remarkable, indeed, at this special price. There are just 350 pairs in this specially assembled group. Some of the boots were formerly marked as high as $12.50. Shown in tan calf and black kid. The shoes in tan calf are made over comfortable English lasts. Black kid in foot-form shape with medium toe; a sensible last of style and comfort. Men’s Shoe Shop—Main Floor LECTURE^ ON - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE -BY- Prof. Hermann S. Hering, C. S. B., Of Concord., N. H., A member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Denver Municipal Auditorium, Monday and Tuesday, November 22nd and 23rd, 8 p. m. All Arc Welcome. The George Bell Company (Incorporated) LAPIDARIES, CUTTERS OF GEMS AND MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 437 Seventeenth St. Denver, Colorado Office 0(M» 27th St. l*h. Chain pa U« S. E. CARY ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW Six Year* City and County Attorney at It unwell SprlnicM. l-oicnn County, KanniiM Of flee llourw l>KM> A. M. to 12iOO M. 2iOO I». M. to 1100 I*. M. DENVER, CO 1,0. FOR RENT Five unfurnished rooms at 1923 Clarkson street. If you are in need of load of kind ling cheap, call Champa 3490. H FREE HAIR-BEAUTY CULTURE MAILED FREE UPON RECEIPT ofYOUR NAME *»» ADDRESS "SEND NO MONEY" THE 020MZED OX MARROW CO. 46 w. kinzie ST. CHICAGO,ILL.!