The People's Sunday Alliance will
hold a memorial meeting for William
Lloyd Garrison at Zion Baptist
Church tomorrow and in anticipation
of a large crowd will meet in this
large auditorium at 4 o'clock. The
program is a piano solo, Mi-s Beat
rice Thrashley; “Whittier’s Ode to
Garrison,’' Miss Myrtle Bates; “Ori
gin of the Abolition Movement," J.
C. Porter; “Biography of Garrison,”
George G. Ross; solo, Miss Lillian
Hawkins; “The Niagara Movement,"
C. A. Franklin, Slate Secretary; fe
Mrs. D. D. Cole was called to Crip
ple Creek to the bedside of her sister,
Services at the People's Church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, “God
Will Honor His People;" at s o’clock.
“Procrastination;" at f!:30 Christian
WANTED Roomer*at ‘JOhnCalifor
To the Citizens of Denver—
We hereby notify you that the dis
pensation of $3 as a joining fee has
expired and all persons wishing to tie
come members may do so by paying
H.fiO, ages ranging from II to 50
years. Further information may be
had at office, 2501 Curtis St.
A. C. Cash, Chief Deputy
C. M. Hughes, Special Deputy
H. B, Brown. Special Deputy
B. Morgan, Secretary.
Wilson. Turner & Co. Proprietors «
Horae Cooking Exchange
AND CHILE PARLOR
Our Cooking will please you First Class Service
1119 Eighteenth Street.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORAD^
The Ladies’ Club will give an en
tertainment at Last Turner Hal! Feb.
1. Look for particulars later.
Rankford G. Hulley now lives at
2557 Clarkson St.
The Citizens Investment Company
oilled a meeting of citizens Monday
night a Zion church to hear its plaps.;
Several speakers and music were on
the program. Much interest was
shown and some subscriptions taken
The stock is on sale at the office of
Dr. Spratlin, 49 A 50 Good Block.
Mrs. Tucker of Omaha is the guest
of her sister. Mrs. White.
J. M. Martin and wife, who have
been in Cripple Creek, are again in
i Cottrell's Pharmacy is rounding in
to thape in its newlncation 2100 Arap
Miss Hattie Congdon leaves Mon
day for Leadville.
E. Davis hailing from Liverpool is
in the city.
The following menu will be served
Sunday at Mrs. Nannie King's “Little
Collage Dining Room,” 1936 Arapa
hoe street: Relish, Chow Chow. Let
tuce. Pickled Beets; Soup, Cream of
Oyster: Bad Beef brown gravy.
Road Turkey cranl»erry sauce: Mine
ed Ham; Vegetables, Mashed Potatoes
Sugar Corn, Browned Sweet Potatoes;
| Dessert. Mince and Pumpkin Pie, Ba
uanna Ice Cream. Assorted Cake.
DENVER TO CTTY OF MEXICO
The City of Mexico incites the
tourist with a thousand different at
tractions. It appeals to all Hasses of
pleasureseekers. Its parks, plazas,
grand old cathedrals, theaters, Hubs,
art galleries and museums are among
the finest anil most interesting in the
world. The climate is delightful.
Side trips mav lie made from the City
to the ruins of Milla, Tampico. Vera
Cruz and other points, Mr. E. A.
Cooper, C. I‘. A . Colorado South
ern, 17lh and Curtis Streets, will fur
nish full data *
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 Daniels and Fisher
All Hair Work made to order. Hair
Tonl*-s. Scalp Treatments. Manicur- iaHSjHB
tng; Stage Wigs for rent for theat |
rlcal use or mask bans. Cheapest g 5 -i
switches, HO cents. Goods delivered
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 Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri
days for $l5. Call Thursday evening.
J 351 Court Place. Phone Red 3144.
"GOT A AUTOBEELE ANf
HEAD CIGARS. M
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