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PERSONALS.
The prize waltz at East Turner hall
given by the Entre Nous [Club was
well attended and was full of interest ,
as well as pleasure. First of all Hol
ley's orchestra appeared upon the
scene in their new uniforms of gold i
ami blue and gave a smart military i
air to the ball. The floor arrange- i
ments under W. R. Euper were the
best for dancing and lastly twenty
couples competed for the prize. Af
ter close competition Sidney Williams
and Miss Williams were adjudged the
best and received the prizes. This
event was so well conducted that the
grand mask ball, the first of the new ;
year to be given by this club will be j
a big drawing card.
Mi. and Mrs. J. 11. Byrd enter- '
tained at a candy pulling Thursday j
night of last week Rev. and Mrs, Dy
el'. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hinkle. Mr. and Mrs. J
C. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. George An
drews. Mrs. Fallings, Mrs. Dora Mil
ler, Mrs. Mampkin, Miss Marie Jeter.
Miss Martha J>ler. Mias Gertrude
Nichols. Miss Sadie Mclntyre, Miss
Percy Clark, Miss Florence Whilsell,
Mrs. Naomi Lowe, Miss Mary Davis.
Miss Lizzie M. Williams, Miss Eliza
Miller, Dr. Coffey, Haivev and Wil
liam Page.
Remember the grand cbitterling
supper at the home of Mrs. Lacy ev
ery Siturday evening. Arapahoe
St. There i« a g »»i time awaiting
or you.
Chas. Hooper, one of our best
known citizens and one who enjoyed
the respect of all alike, died sudden
ly Thursday morning of stomach
trouble. He will be buried Sunday
afternoon from Shorter Church of
which was a member. He leaves two
relatives in this city. Mr«. Jane Ver
nal! and Z. Hooper.
The Japanese Girls wore swell.
They were costumed and sold actual
tea to a large crowd that attended
the ball at Manitou hall Thursday
night. The Harris orchestra played
in line form and throughout the even
icg the best of time was enjoyed.
Without exceptoin this was the
unique eient of the season. There is
some probability of their organization
being made permanent, and if so the
future holds much in store for danc
er.. |:
1 ■ 1
Wilson, 1 urner & Co. Proprietors V
Home Cooking Exchange j
AND CHILE PARLOR
Our Cooking will please you First Class Service
1119 Eighteenth Street.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
"I THANK THE LORD!"
cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock- j
Ark., “for the relief I got from Buck, 1
lee’s Arnica Salve. It cured my fear
fill running sores which nothing else !
pould heal and from which I suffered
for five years.’’ It is a marvelous i
healer for cuts, burns and wounds.
Guaranteed at Jas Hullinger & Co’s,, |
drug store, 23d and Larimer St. 25c.

Of Course You Want
THE SHORT LINE
When going to Colorado Springs
| Pueblo, Cripple Creek or to Teias j
| then take the Colorado & Southern'|
Its not only the Short Line but offers
j superior sendee to these points. All
trains fast and punctual
VARIOUS KINDS OF DAYS.
Word Said to Have No Real Meaning
Without Defining Adjective.
Five kinds of day are recognized,
and It has been said that the word
"day" has no real meaning without an
adjective defining what kind of a day
Is meant. There Is a civil day. the
astronomical day. the apparent solar
day. the mean solar day and the sid
ereal day. The civil day begins at the
midnight preceding mean noon, and
consists of twenty-four hours counted
after twelve o'clock; the astronomical
day begins twelve hours after the civil
day, or at the mean noon of the cor
responding civil day. These hours
are reckoned from oto If. It will be
seen, therefore, that while lOhr.
12m1n.. January Ist astronomical time,
Is also lehr IJmm January Ist civil
lime, yet 22hr. 12min.. January* Ist as
tronomical time, is also lOhr, 12mln.
a. m„ January 2nd civil time. There
are many anomalies growing out of
this use of the civil day. and there are
many arguments la favor of using the
astronomical day. It Is one of the
reforms wrhlch undoubtedly will come
some time.
The Old-Time “Nanna."
A writer In a recent number of the
Queen expresses the opinion (which is I
shared by many other iieopie) that
children are not one whit belter
brought up by the smart, white
frocked, certificated nurses so much
sought after nowadays than they were
by the comfortable "Nanna" of the
days gone by. The old nurse still
holds a place in the hearts of the men
and women who knew her loving care
when they were children, and they
will never forget her "treats' that
used to delight their hearts. "Best of
all.' says a woman, "was lantern tea.
when all the lights were put out. and
! the nursery was illuminated by penny
; (In lanterns, containing colored can
dles. which cast weird shadows on the
, solemn faces round (he festive board."
LADIES!
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.
THE HOWLAND MILLINERY CO.
Opposite Dauiels and Fisher
Miss M COWDEN. ~
Hair Dressing ■M *
Shampooing, Cutting and Curling
All Hair Work made to order. Hair
Tonics. Scalp Treatmenu, Manlcur- >ss"
tng: Stage Wigs for rent for theat- .
rlcal use or mask bads. Cheapest ■ l l
switches, RO cents. Goods delivered .rf.'s-arihirS''
21st at., Denver, Col. |
THE NEW DANCING ACADEMY
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.
MANITOU HALL, 1545 CHAMPA ST.
For rent Mandays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri
days for $l5. Call Thursday evening.
I I**^^
I4er can't travel I
SACIETY NOW MIKE CAUSE ISWGOTAAUTOBEELE ANN
SMOKES BAXTER’S BULLHEAD CIGARS'.’ f

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