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There will be a grand April ball at
Manitou hall April 5. The Indies who havd pink dresses and the gentlemen who have pink shirts will be prominent next Thurs day night at the I'ink Entertainment to be given at Manitou Hall. This is nn unique affair with prizes as special Inducements to make the patrons con form to the color scheme. The Har ris Orchestra will play with a popular price of admission. Some old friends of the public are on the committee who will see that everyone is treated right. CITY NEWS. Scholars taken in instrumental mu* sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. Mrs. Froman's daughter. Mrs. Wil liam Hall, was here Sunday to greet her many friends who were anxious to see her. Little Sarah Russell of South Fif teenfh street rut her fare so badly that it necessitated three stitches, taken by Dr. Spratlin Mrs. W. D. McCullough was the guest of honor at a whist party which was tendered her at 2512 Monday night. It was a merry party and every one reports a good time. Mrs. A. V. Harris has been very sick with lagrippe, but Is some im proved at this writing. A. J. Saunders, who once made his home in Salida, (is now living in Or ville, California. No Time to Sort Her Mail. “The wajs of women are beyond th# comprehension of mere man.” said her companion as after purchasing her ■tamps at the general post office she carried her mail to the nearest post* bo*. "Will you kindly explain why you did that?" "Simply because 1 hadn't tlmo to sort my mall into 'Letters, Newspa pers and Packages. Foreign. Domostlc. New York City’ and a few dozan other subdivisions and then walk around that monstrous building to And the proper drops for the various articles.” she replied. "It takes time, patience and Ingenuity to post anything in the general postoffice and 1 don t possess any of those things. Olve me the plain, uncomplicated letter box for practical purposes!” And of course he remarked that that was Just like a woman.—Now York Press THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Coming events WHY NOT BUYYOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liquor House, 24th tod Larimer street, is headquarters to buy the beet aud cheapest io the city Telephone 1396, Ed Lenin, proprie tor. Sole agent for Eastern distil leries aud Santa Rosa vineyard. All other houses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so he can and will sell cheaper than ever. Give him a call. Prince a Successful Artist. Prince Eugen of Sweden, youngest of King Oscar's four Mins, is regardc’ as one of the mo. t accomplished land scape painters on the continent He spends most of the time in his hand some Paris studio. At the last salon he exhibited three pictures urder an assumed name. The artistic world acknowledged their merit, bo now, having won praise for his work and not because of his royal birth, he no longer conceals his identity. Few Ambulances in London. An agitation Is going on in l»ndon for horse ambulances, for. Incredible as It may seem, a person Injured In the streets of London Is joggled to the hospital in a two-wheebd hand har row, drawn by one or two policemen There are only three horse ambu lances In the whole city, and they are owned by private parties, who charge for their use. There is no first aid system. Last of Penn's Descendants. Newton L. Penn, said to he the last lineal descendant of William Penn, has Just died in Hartford, Conn. Ills body will be Interred In the Penn burial grounds. He was n deep stu dent and translated into English a great quantity of French plays and poems, besides doing considerable work. Ward*? 1 Tka oldeat A notion houae In Colorado! ■nlna Moadaya, Wadnaadaya and Batordaya W 1721-3 I Arapalat, ft Phone Main 4956 We pay for the return of all our marked bottlee. THE IDEAL DROG STORE DR. E. L. FACLKNER M loafer J 863 Arapahoe Street. Fresh Candies AH flavors of Soda Nut Sundaes Brand new .took of Druggists’ Sundries, Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Prescriptions filled at any hour of Night. Goods Delivered Anrwhere. DR. FACLKNER and DR. BPBATLIN, Proprietor!. MRS. NANNIE KING. Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service—Three Meals daily—Regular Dinner at Noon. Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p. m. WESTERN UNIVERSITY. The great Educational Institution for Kansas and the West DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Academic, Normal, Sub Normal and State Industrial. COURSES: Classical, College-preparatory, Academic, Normal, Sub- Normal, Musical, (Instrumental and Vocal), including piano, organ and harmony, Drawing (Fine art and Ma cbanical), Carpentry, Printing and Book binding, Bust neaa Courae, Stenography and Typewriting, Tailoring Dreaamaking and Plain Sewing, Cooking, Laundaritg, Fanning aad Gardening. ADVANTAGES: Splendid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influences and Thorough Teachers from the leading «iwolt of America including Lincoln, UnirenitTof *»"— Wtl berforcs, Tuekegee and Hampton. INFORMATION: For terms, prices and all inducements offered, write to WILLIAM T. VERNON. A.M.. D.D.. Pres. Quindaro, Kansas. Bell Phones Office White 4302; Res. Wat 15. Kk WANT & The Harris Orchestra Seven Selected Soloists 4 i. (X HARRIS, Minagsr, 2218 Cltrkaon Street. N. Blu. IM.