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The “Invincible Armada" will give
a calico party Thursday. Ocl. 12, at Zion Baptist Church Admission 10 cents. Some of Denver’s professional personages will bn on the program. Refreshments will be served. Come everybody and have a good time. Misses Lillian F. Hawkins, pres.; Lu lu M. Waller, secy.; Luther Walton Musical Director; Miss Laura Moore Accompanist. Under the management of Mrs. A. Froman there will be an excellent lit erary and musical entertainment at Ceutr I Baptist Church text Thurs day nignt. Among the best features of it will be a reading in dialect and the instrumental and vocal music. Admission 15c. NOTICE. The Twentieth Century Heading Circle will open the warou at Camp bell A. .'I. E. Church, 23rd and Law rence Sts, on Monday evening, Oct 9, at 8 o’clock. The subject for the eve ning will be Dr. Heard’s book, “The Bright Side of African Life.” The sessions of the Circle will be held on Alonday and Thursday evenings of each week, at Campbell,Central, Zion and Shorter Churches alternately, as near as such is possible. No fees are charged for membership. Admis-ion free. The public is cordially invited, Ilev. D. E. MiirfT candidate for the Foreign Bjard of the National Baptist convention, will preach at Zion Sun day eveniug. The services will be on der the direction o’ the Wonain's.Mis gionary Society. A crowd is expected at Boomer's Hall, 2Tlh and Arapahoe Street, next Tuesday night, first of all because this popular organization. tb-< Buck Ingham Club, is giving the ball, sec c nd, because the Harris orchestra plays, and lastly, because the old pat ions all know what a good time is always bad at their events. It is up to pleasure lovers) to go to the bill of the Elite Club next Thurs dav eveniug. I’leasaut memories will be revived, old acquiautauces can THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Coming events 1)0 renewed amid a perfect bower of beauty for such is the expectation of the club to m ike tbs hall. Added to the exquisite decorations will be the music of the Harris orchestra. The club members will ex rt themselves to make every one have a good time. | A special welcome is extended to | strangers. tr a Bin wants to be kissed a young man doesn't have to waste much time looking for an opportunity. Sometimes a stern parent allows his daughter to wed the man of her choice because he has a grudge against him. Always Staunch And True Ihe Denver Republican has al .vays avoided the fallacies and, ' navcrics of yellow journalism nd it - steadily increasing Circula ion proves conclusively- that it ■o’icy of tilling the plain Trot! vithout exaggeration or misrepn entation. standing fast for the Right, : heartily approved wit! growing force by the intelligent Public to which it appeals. 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