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MUSE-WALLER NUPTIALS AT ZION
CHURCH. Church weddings are a rarety and arouse interest beyond the common at all times But rarely has a whole community -showed the supreme in terest in tht* welfare and happiness of two pcopld as it did on Wednesday night at tho ceremony that made one, Miss Lulu M. Waller, of this city and Charles S. Muse of Colorado Springs. I*ong before thd time of service and even ln.fore the church was lighted, there was a large number of people present and by eight o'clock the seat ing capacity was taxed and the isles filled. Mid a breathless hush of ex* pectancy the swelling strains of a vio lin selection by Prof. R. (1. Holley with piano accompanyment by Mrs. May Lawrence poured forth their enrapt uring strains upon the audience. From this dream it awoke only to be lifted up into a heaven of bliss by the sweet bird-like notes of Mrs. Kliza Dishman In an aria, "Mine Always.” A sweeter Setting for a sacred service could not have been. The church was simplicity. Yet the divine music, the fashionably garbed ladies and stalwart men. the sacred edifice and ministers of God, and above all that sympathy and heart interest that extended from many a breast to the two main participants made the wedding ideal. Stately as the tones of Mendelsohn's wedding march which was played, and semingly inspired with the grandeur of the music no less than by the ' solemnity of the occasion, the bridal party decended from the carriages upon a laid carpet and proceeded up the aisles of the church. The bride groom, upon the right, followed by Frederick Roberts of Colorado Springs, best man. and Dr. Jones. Miss Mary Thirkles, bridesmaid, Mrs. Lillie B. Moore, matron of honor, the bride and T J. Riley on the left. A more beau tlfu: group has seldom been seen in Denver. Like little angels to brighten their path went the flower girl and ring bearer, llttlo Ruth Carper and little Rachel M. Butler. The conventional costume of the gentlemen admits of little description. They were fin** examples of Negro man hood. Miss Thirkles was attired in a blue silk mull and carried carnations Mrs. Moore was handsomely gowned In an Alice blue silk with embroidered trimmings. The bride was a radiant flower In a creation of white point de THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. At the Altar spec with real iace trimmings and diamond necklace. She carried white roses. It was made en train with veil caught up by orange blossoms. The bridal party met at the altar where Rev. Ford for all time joined the twain j who will live as one. The Statesman voices the wishes of their many friends who wish for them that their happi ness may brighten earth's darkest night and their example may be influ- i ential in showing forth the perfect j manhood and womanhod of our race When the recessional came, the or deal past, the vows sped, a smile stole [ imperceptibly over the faces of .Mr I and Mrs. Muse, a triumphant smile, a harbinger of the future. A reception was held at the home of the brlde'B mother at 2908 Welton Street after the ceremony which was attended by so many of the citizens who have known them both that it seems that there are few left who have not congratulated them. It was a jolly time. Everybody congratulated them ami so many left presents that they will need only the less finished articles of household fixtures to have a beautiful and perfectly fitted home Mr. and Mrs. Muse will be at home Sunday to their friends at 1221 (lay lord where they have purchased a home. The bride has so long been a resi dent of this city and has been so prom inently connected with Zion Ilaptist church and the various musical clubs that have been here that she haß lit tle need of further Introduction She has a beautiful alto voice, and was one of the most useful members of the Monday Musical club and is now con nected with the Azalia Hackley Choral club. Her industry and thrift no less than her domestic tastes will brighten their home and make It a model one. Charles S. Muse Is the owner of the Colorado Springs paper and is one of the most prominent members of the Knights of Pythias in this jurisdiction. He is a hustler of the first water. Long years of residence In Denver and Colo ratio Springs make him one of those whose worth Is well tried. He holds a responsible position in the Colorado Trust and Title Company. We could say more of him, but It is well known that the sum total of all virtues is In cluded in the one title of newspaper man. Phone Main 4956 We pay for the return of all our marked tx>tt!e*. THE IDEAL DRUG STORE DR. E. L. FACLKSER .-M>n >r >r 1863 Arapahoe Street. Fresh Candies All flavors of Soda Nut Sundaes Brand new stock of Druggists’ Sundriee, Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Prescriptions filled at any hour of Night. .Gocxis Delivered Auvwhere. DR FACLKSER mid DR. SPRATLIN Proprietor., MRS, NANNIE KING. Prop. 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