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THE STATESMAN.
ORGAN OF THE COLORED PEOfLE HI COLORADO, WYOIIIR6, MOHTAHA, UTAH AID HEW MEXICO.
VOL. XVI
SOCIAL
EVENTS
IN DENVER
Ur. eud Mm. Win. Wilson of
Schuyler. Nabr. announce the en
gagement of tbeir daughter. Marion
Morton»*\ to Mr. Arthur William* of
thta city.
The Woman a Club achieved a *ig
ual sueeses in their charily ent* r
ttinmen! at East Turner Hall Thors
day night. It was swell in every
way. The ladies rendered a ine pro
gram, their own solos and chorus
work lieing the feature. The Navajo
Indian costumes ef the ladies were
among the finest that appear on tha
professional stage. The men were at
a discount rendering the smallest
possible Harries. A male quartet,
Messrs. Ofitron, Carrie, Slade and
Rogers, was line. Mr. Rogers is a
superb liallad singer. Holley’s Or
chestra gave some splendid numbers
on the program and charmeo all by
their music for dancing.
The Went is patterning after the
East with aridity. Prof. Holley, the
riolsnist, and the Harris Orchestra
war* the muaicians Wednesday at
the opening of the dancing pnrilion
of the Mecca Cafe. In opening this
miniature l'rocadero. Lacy and Scott,
hnvn achieved a notable stroke of an
DENVER, COLORADO, FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1906.
terprise. All who were present at
the opening marveled at its com
pleteness anil comfort. It ii prettily
draped adorned with palms with a
platform for the orchestra Else
where is a notice from the manage
ment of the us.- the public can make
of it.
Wonderful progress is being made
on the Golden Chest Mine. From
the latest developments it is only a
matter of a short while w hen it will
lie a -teady shipper.
There is nothing to compete with
the ladies of the Church of the Re
deemer for popularity. Their anter
taintpent at Manitou Hall next Thurs
day night will receive patronage)from
all who know where to get a good
time. There are opportunities for
fun in the fancy dreasing. If you do
not make it |yourself go and see the
others.
Charles Turner has gone to Tellu
ride.
The following menu will be served
Sunday Feb. -4, from 12 to f>, at the
Little Cottage Dining Room: Rslishas
Lettuce, Sliced Heels: Soup, Clam
Chowder; Roast Beef brown gravy,
Rout Turkey cranberry jelly, Braised
Lamb green pea*; Vegetable*, Ma*h
ed Potatoes, Siioc*ta*h. Cabbage Sal
ad; Dessert, Apple Pie. Vanil'a Ice
Cream. Assorted Cake.
John Bell of Boulder, who has had
some copper holdings in Boulder
county disposed of them this week to
an Ohio man. He will take a posi
tlon in the mine as superintendent.
As a first step there will be a tunnel
driven. Houses will be erected and
the whole project brought up to the
highest standard.
Mrs. George S. Contce gave a Japa
neae luncheon complimentary to Mrs.
R. P Foster of Chicago. Twenty-eight
ladies responded to her invitations.
Japanese decorations were used
throughout the parlors. The place
ranis were Japanese fans and the
beautifully gowned ladies seated about
the three tables under the softened
lights made a dream picture.
Mrs. M. Henfro and Mrs. J. Flynn
wish to extend their thanks to Mrs
George Porter. Mrs. Wright. Mrs
Scott. Mrs. B. Helm and others for
their kindness shown in the illness
and death of their daughter and sister.
Mrs. Pearl Trust. May the blessings
of Heaven rest upon them.
Sunday. February 4 is Missionary
Sunday and Shorter's Sunday school
will render the following program:
Song by the School
Recitation Teeoiie Peck
Voval Solo Miss Marie Jeter
Address, "Living for n Purpose”
Dr. Randolph
Recitation Royal Brown
Mandolin Selection. . . . Beatrice Lewis
Contribution
Benediction
Mrs. R. E. Norris has removed to
1224 Santa Fe street.
Mrs. W. M. Cowan of 824 W. Ninth
avenue Is ill with lagripjK* and Mrs.
Fanny Heyden who has lw»en sick is
convalescent.
Mrs H. R. Hicks is Rick with dia
betes.
Solomon Temple No. 419, K. T.,
meets the second and fourth Thursday
at 1712 Curtis street. All Knights
in good standing are invited.
D. D. COLE, C. M..
C. P. M’KENZIE. C. R.
2740 Arapahoe street.
Mrs. Ida Anderson of 2842 Stout,
gave an eight course dinner 8unday
afternoon in honor of.her friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Lunn of Grand Junction.
Miss Newman of Grand Junction re
turned home Wednesday, after spend
ing se\eral days with Mrs H. F.
Smith.
Mesdames E. C. Lunn and J. H.
Turner and Messrs E. C. Lunn and
J. H. Turner composed a theatre* party
at the Tabor to sen* Florence Roberta
last night.
Clarence Doty, son of Mrs. Wilson of
2314 Arapahoe, after a short visit of
ten days with his mother returned
home to Colorado Springs Monday.
Friday evening. January 2ti, Mes
dames Jones, Hicks and Miss Burns
tendered a reception and dancing
party at Five Saints Hall in honor of
the participants in the "Juveniles in
Vaudeville." at which about forty
couple were present. Harris' full or
chestra furnished music for the occa
sion. Everyone rei>orted spending a
delightful evening.
Mr. Editor: —My name was used
as one of the reception committee for
the opening of the Mecca Cafe without
my authority.
MRS. JOHN SHORT
HALF THE WORLD WONDERS.
how the other half lives. Those who
use Bucklen’s Arnica Salve never
wonder if it will cure Cuts, Wounds.
Burns. Sores and all Skin eruptions;
they know it will. Mrs. Grant Shy,
1130 E. Reynolds St., Springfield, 111.,
says: “I regard it one of the absolute
necessities of housekeeping.** Outran,
teed by all druggists. 25c.
NO. 31

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