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The most pretentious and up-to-date entertainment ever given by the Woman's Guild of the Church of the Redeemer was the Kirmesn, a minature model of the big event which occurred at the Boadway recently. Persons who saw the original are unstlt led in their praise of the Monday eve at. The la dies are famous entertainers and a large crowd was expected, but to the surprise and delight of their many friends, the hall was packed as it has never been before. Standing room was at a premium and dancing was. almost impossible, so far did the people Oil up the floor space after the chairs were re moved. Rarely Is so much Interest taken in anything as was In the Kir.ness. The performers were among the best known in the city and each had ills host of friends who came ou. to sec his part. The costuming was thorough and training bad been brought down to a placo where all the chorus work was smooth and in unison. The individual numbers were of the hlghes order. A choice is hard to make of the best number, for among so many good ones It varied with taste. The children's numbers were favorites. The program was: March. The Hornpipe Han t Robinson. Kathryn Mnbbnrd, Urso sta Jaakaon. Estelle Parker, Uontales Porter, Lou vine Casey, Mary lx>uls Gilmore, Harry Smith, Elmer Morrison Charlie Berry. Clarence Holmes. Gerny Thomas, George Holmes, Fredle Hickman. Duel, Kathryn Hubbard, Elmer Mor rlson. Indian Dance Meitdames Nichols Thompklns. Holmes, Stell, Wilson. lutnge Burns, Hasklnt; Messrs. Enly, Conway, Casey, Lange. Hubbard, Stell Shadow Dance. Mrs. Stell. Intermlssioo. Hungarian Gypsy Dance—Misses Ro main Gay, Ida Fitiratilck, Isons Troutman. Bessie Hamilton. Jessie An drews, Martha Hubbard, Tlnsa Ij»w son, Geraldine Troutman, Weona Estes. Claire Gilmore. Duet Miss Geraldine Troutman. Miss Claire Gilmore. Miss Ida Fitz patrick, queen. Solo, Miss Andrews. Fantana, "Just My Style"—Mes dames Ratley, Henderson. Cooper, An tlerson. Messrs. Chesti r~Stell, Louis Wilson. Turner & Co. Proprietors « Home Cooking Exchange tl AND CHILE PARLOR Our Cooking will please you First Qass Service 1119 Eighteenth Street. the: statesman, Denver, coloradc. Hubbard, Will Baker, Will Euper. Holley’s orchestra played. BOULDER NEWS. lira. McVey of Kansas is visiting Mrs McVey of Boulder. Sewing Circle was entertained by Mrs. Joseph Hall. Mrs. Emma Martin of Glenwood Springs spent Easter Sunday with her father, Mr. James Clay Mrs Janies Clay spent Friday in Denver. Easter was fittingly observed at Al len Chapel Sunday morning. Rev. Tol son preached a splendid sermon Sun day afternoon. Mrs. White and Miss Lott, who worked faithfully with the children, rendered a splendid pro gram. Sunday night the adults acquitted themselves grandly. Song—“To the That Was Slain.” Prayer—Rev. Tol son. Song. Recitation—Ernest Perkins ' ” Solo—Miss Blanche Gibson. Paper—Miss Cora Rucker. Solo—Hazel McVey. Paper—Mrs McVey. Duet—Mm. C. Juuv-n and Miss Rich ard. Select Rending—Mrs I. Richard. Solo—Mrs Myrtle James. Paper—Mrs. G. W. Tolson Duet—Misses I>ott and James. Recitation—Ethel Townsend. Quartet —Mr. and Mrs Andrews. Mr Stevens and Mrs M James Professor Declines Call. Prof. Hugo Muensterberg of Har vard, author of “American Traits” and "The Americans. ’ has declined a call to the chair of philosophy at the Uni versity of Komlg6berg, a professor •hip which was held for more thar thirty years by Immanuel Kant. Never Twice Alike. •Think il over again, Nanette, be fore you refuse me.” “Why should I consider your pro posal twice?” •’Oh. because you women never think twice alike.’*—Dorfbarbier. Mill M. CO WDM. Shampooing. Cuttle* and Curling. All Hair Work made to order. Hair r ' Tonks, Scalp Treatments, Manlcur- . Ing; Stage Wigs for rent for theat rlcal use or mask bafts. Cheapest switches, f>o eenu. 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