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GRAND JUNCTION NEWS.
The Progressive IJterary Society celebrated Lincoln's birthday last Monday night at Handy chapel. Tht house was crowded and the follQwini program was rendered: Song—"My Country, Tls of Tuee".. Society Invocation Rev. J. H C. Redd, iliography of Uncoln Mrs. T. P. Langdon s/*.ctlon Sheldon's Mandolin Club Recitation Mrs. J. Mappr Vocal solo Miss Dora Roblnsol Oration Perrf Johnson, Jr. Paper—“ Old and New South" Miss Dora Newman Selection Sheldon's Mandolin Club Recitation Miss laiulse Mason Plano solo W. R. Redd Lincoln’s Oration at Gettysburg T. P. Ixingdon Select Reading. Miss Anna Newman Vocal solo Miss Edna Price Paper on Uncoln... Mrs. John lllnes Song—" Star Spangled Banner" Society- Music by Sheldon's Mandolin Club and collection. Benediction. T. P. Utngdon. President. MISS BESSIE PRICE, Secretary. W. M. Sheldon has been appointed general musical director lor the state of Colorado to the Frederick Dougia Memorial Exposition, which meets It Washington, D. C., May 1. Mr. Shel don will organize a hand of 40 musl clans and will accompany the cxctir slon from this stale. Mr. Bert Parsons left last Wednei day for British Columbia where In will reside In the future. His many friends gathered at the residence of Mrs. Scott and gave him a genuine surprise. A Dutch lunch sas served and at a late hour the guetts depart ed. wishing him a safe Journey. Little Lottie langon has been 111 for several days with an attack of typhoid fevpr - . u a CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. Mrs. Minnie Taylor returned to the camp last Monday after spending : week with friend* in Denver. Rev. flreenle of Cheyenne, Wyo. spent several days visiting at Mrs Oeisman's ranch last w»ek. Among the sick are L. F. McCul lough and Mrs. Wagner of Victor. At this writing both are improving. Mcftdames Miller and Taylor were dinner guest* at the Thrower’s Run day. Wilson. Turner & Co. Proprietors « Home Cooking Exchange (j AND CHILE PARLOR Our Cooking will please you First Class Service 1119 Eighteenth Street. THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO The ladies of Bethel Baptist will serve a connundruni supper Keb. 15. All are Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Colwell entertained at dinner Sunday Rev. John Turne. and Mrs. McCubbin. Mrs. Henry Clay and family, after spending several moaths In Kansas City, Kan., and Liberty, Wi returned to Cripple Creek last week. Their many friends welcomed them on their return. Mrs. H. Graves of Victor delight fully entertained the Columbine Art Club last Thursday. Their next meeting will be with Mrs. Cotwell of Victor. The Art Club will serve a Martha Washington dinner the 22d inst. at Handy Chapel for the benefit of Rev. John Turner. We ask for them your liberal patronage. Easily Explained. Captious Critic —O, come now, you , don't mean to say s .-kmaly that is a portrait of Gen. Sir Timothy Hotspur. VS. KCB? Photographer—Taken from life "I can't understand that. I've seen Sir Timothy at the head of his brigade many a lime, and he always bad a fire eating expression which no one rou'd forget; but In the portrait he looks as meek as a lamb." “But, my dear sir, he wasn't at the head of hi# troops when he s«t for that picture.” “Well. I>* sees him alone, too, and his expreseha was just the same. He was alone whet: he came here. 1 sup pose?" “No, not exactly; hla wife was with hlaa.“— Stras Startse. !f you have "A Broken Rosary," why not get How to Do Beadwork”? Did The Man Behind "he Door" hear "The Confessiona of a Club Worn an"?—Carolyn Wells In The Sunday Magarlne A MODERN MIRACLE. "Truly miraculous seemed the re covery of Mrs. Mollle Holt of this place," writes J. O. R Hooper, Wood ford. Tenni, "she was so wasted by coughing up puss from her lungs. Doctors declared her end so near that her family had watched by her bed sideforty-eight hours; when, at my ur gent request Dr. King's New Discov ery was given her, with the astonish ing result that improvement began, and continued until she finally com pletely recovered, and is a healthy woman today." Guaranteed cure for coughs and colda. 50c and SI.OO at all druggists. Trial bottle free. E. Davis, Proprietor. THE RHINE CAFE, A fine resort for after-theater parties. 1 129-1 131 Nineteenth Street. The Rhine is noted for its superior Privity Tlinino Dnnm serrice and is the wonder of the West. II Malt U1111U& IVUUIII Phone Main 5310. ft in K COWDEH ||BSSB PARLORS. Bhami>oolni;. Cnttlr* and Curling. 1 All Hair Work made to order, lialr .;V r -'' Tonlca. Scalp Treatments, Manleur- £' tng; Stage \Vig» for rent for theat 1 rlral use or maEk Salta. Cheapest switches, ku cerna Oooda delliered ■ - t , " the 1219 21it BC. Denrar. CoL N Phone 17t«7 Olive. i 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. 1351 Court Place. Phone Red 3144. The brand thal’s always good” . - Baxters’ Bullheads 5 CENT CIGAR Baxter Clear Co., Denver.