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The statesman. [volume] (Denver, Colo.) 1889-1906, October 27, 1905, Image 13

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The marriage of Ora Marshall and
Miss Viola Neely occurred Wednes
day evening at Ward’s Mission, Rer.
Brown officiating. They have gone to
housekeeping at 2550 Welton Street.
Many years of residence here has
made the groom many friends who
join us in best wishes.
Thursday evening of last week at
their home on Downing avenue, Mr.
and Mrs. VonDickersohn entertained
a number of friends in honor of the
iiOth birthday of their son, R E.
Fleomeoing. The house was very
prettily decorated in pink and white |
and after many games the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Norrts, served dain- 1
ty refreshments. Mr. Fleomeoing
has grown up in this city and has
proven himself a credit to the young
er class of Denver. Several useful
presents wore received.
Wait for the grand ball of the seas
on at East Turner Hall Nov. 2drd.
The double attraction of two danc
es Thursday night took about all the
dancing public away from home and
they received alt that they bargained
for. At Manitou Hall the New Danc
ing Academy with the Harris Orches
tra purveyed pleasure and the well
known reputation of them both for
making good makes comment unnec
At East Turner Hall under the
management of Wm. Knight, there
was a crowd such as seldom assem
bles at that ball which frollicked the
evening away till two o’clock in the
festivities of a mask ball. Holley’s
Orchestra delighted the patrons with
the best of music, one piece being en
cored four times. The prizes were
distributed the first going to Mrs.
Jessie Smith, a fine lamp; Miss Hat
tie Congdon, silver mounted umbrel
la: Mrs. Eva Williams, water pitcher;
Thomas Anderson, meerebaum pipe:
a young lady and young man, a pitch
er and cane were the two other win
On Friday evening of last week
there was held at Central Church, an
exhibit and entertainment given by
the ladies who are taking millineryin
structions under Mrs. L. V. Douglas
Thers were eleven in the class who
have finished in a term of four weeka'
Hats, the make of the ladies were
placed on sale and showed some very
pretty designs. Mrs. Douglass will
continue these classes,
One of the best addresses ever de
livered before the Sunday Alliance
waa that of last Sunday when Dr.
Westbrook spoke on •‘Opportunity.”
Not alone in the manner of his ad
dress but in the thought of bis dis
course did it excel. A good audience
listened to him and were lienetitted
by it. The place of meeting for to
morrow has been changed to Shorter
Chapel from 4to •> o'clock when the
program will lie: Vocal Solo, James
Anderson; Azalia Hackley Choral
Club; Address, ‘ A Trip to Alaska,' 1
Judge Gabbert, Justice of the Su
preme Court of Colorado: |Centennial j
Mandolin and Guitar Club; Vocal So
lo, Mrs. Westbrook; Duel, Mrs. Finn
and Miss Hawkins.
Mrs. Dr H. T.Noel of Nashville is
in the city to remain with her son,
Daniel Walker and Miss Berry of
2614 Welton Street, were united in
marriage Monday evening at her
W. G. Campbell goes back to work
at the Mint on the 1, after a month’s
| vacation.
Rocky Mountain Lodge No. 2320
IG. U. O. of O. F . will celebrate Feb.
12, in honor of ths great martyred
President Abraham Lincoln. They
will entertain their friends at a ban
Of Course You Want
When going to Colorado Springs,
Pueblo, Cripple Creek or to Texas
then lake the Colorado & Southern
Its not only the Sheri Line but offers
superior service to these points. All
trains fast and punctual
are often frustrated by sudden break
down. due to dyspepsia or constipa
ion. Brace up and take Dr. King’s
New Lite Pills. They take out the
materials which are clogging your
energies, and give you a new start.
Cure headache and dizziness too. At
Jaa. Hullinger Co, drug store, 23d
and Larimer St. 25c; guaranteed,
Big Will Contest in Order.
Mrs Mary Floyd McAdoo of Knox
vllle. Tenn.. mother of W. G McAdoo,
Jr., of the Jersey City Tunnel Com
pany. Is one of the contestants of the
will of Mrs. Harry A. Floyd Gopcevlc
of 8&n Francisco, who left more than
1600,000 of he lortune to a street car
motorman whom she married four
months before her death It is said
that the lawyers for the contestants
believe the will can be broken and the
big fortune left by the late Capt R. £
Floyd will be divided among his rela
lives. Mrs. McAdoo is one of the two
sisters of Capt. Floyd. About one
third of the estate will go to her and
her children If the will does not stand-
are these linos from J. H. Simmons of
Casey, la. Think what might have
resulted from his terrible cough if he
had not taken the medicine about
which he writes: "I had a fearful
cough that distressed my night's rest,
1 tried everything but nothing would
relieve it until 1 took Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds which completely cured
me.” Instantly relieves and perma
nently cures all throat and lung dis
eases; prevents grip and pneumonia
At Jas. Hullinger Co., druggist;
guaranteed; 50c and SI.OO. Trial bot
tie free.
For STYLE and QUALITY our dis
play of Fall and Winter Millinery and
Furs is unrivaled. We delight to show
our stock and will make you such
prices as render every sale a bargain.
Opposite Dauiels and Fisher
Shampooing, Cutting and Curling.
All Hair Work made to order. Hair
Tunica. Scalp Treatments. Mantcur- Tdf 4
Ing; Stage Wig* for rent for theat
rtcal use or mask bah*. Cheapest .'J ' /
switches, no cents. Goods delivered ,
open every Thursday night from 7:30
to 10:30 for instruction. From 10:30
to 12:30 for social dances. Admission
25 cents. R. Phynix, Manager.
For rent Mandays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri
days lor $ 15. Call Thursday evening.
4er CAN’T TRAVEL in^p^

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