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LOCAL NOTES
The People’s Sunday Alliance will meet at Scott M. E.
Church, 26th and Clarkson St. Sunday.
Scholars taken in instrumental mu
sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2121
Arapahoe St.
Don’t fail to stop in anil hear “A
Teasing Brown” played. It can be
procured at the following music job
bers; Denver Music Co., 1538-1546
Stout St., Knigbt-Campbell, 1625-
1631 California St., Harlem-Myers,
513-521 16th St. John Pass Music
Co., 614 15th St., and F. Boot, 1807
Larimer St.
B. W. Fields. C. J. Walker.
T+tE INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE
LOANS AND RENTAL CO.
Phone Main 6218 and Olive 853.
212 Fifteenth Street.
We hare a number of houses to rent
or Bell in all parts of the city, Rent
from $6.00 to $3O 00. Sale price from
$875.00 to $3OOO.
A number of choice lots. Come
and look over our list.
We also have homestead land for
farming and grazing. Buy now while
cheap.
Mrs. Frank King and George Fagau
of this city, two Boulder ladles and
two Chicago ladies, under the guide of
Gilbert McCarroll of Boulder, toured
Colorado Springs Decoration Day.
The excursion which was to be run
by the Missouri club to Colorado
Springs on Decoration Day did not ma
terialize.
Mrs. W. H. Walker has gone to the
Springs to spend the Bummer.
Mrs. Fred Toby and children are
visiting relatives in St. Paul.
Miss Ethel Minor won the prize in
the contest at the Literary over three
contestants in sight reading. An ex
cellenl program of music was also
rendered.
TO THE LADIES OF DENVER.
The Executive board meets Tues
day evening, June 12, at 7 o’clock at
the residence of Mrs. Andrews, 2024
Washington ave, opposite Shorter
Church. All state officers and club
presidents are urged to be present.
Mrs. M. O. Stokes was elected del
egate from the Book Lovers Club to
Colorado State Federation of Colored
Women’s Clubs which convenes June
13-14, at Shorter Church. Mrs. Liz
zie Campbell alternate.
The City Federation meets Thors-
THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO.
day evening, June 7, at the home of
Mrs. C. E, Jackson 2854 Lincoln. All
•ity club presidents and officers are
earnestly requested to be present, as
this is the last meeting before the
Federation meets.
The Life Line club gives a social at
2248 Lawrence st., the home of Mrs.
Bushnell, Tuesday evening.
Not Comedians; Only Englishmen.
Young America Is nothing if not
flippant. Think of attacking such a
sacred institution as the George Ed-
musical comedy—which is the
fountain head and flower of the neo
dalnty school! Y’et that Ib what was
done by a programme boy at the
Broadway Theatre, New York, the
other night. Two men dropped into
the theater rather late, ami evident
ly with only the haziest Idea of the
nature of "Veronlque."
"What’s this show about?" they
asked of the boy who stood in the lob
by.
"I dunno; go see," he replied.
“Are there any comedians in It?”
they persisted.
“Naw!" said the boy, wearily.
"They’re all Englishmen."
Unknown Luxury.
The young man with the yellow
suitcase stepped down from the stage
In the far western settlement.
"1 have come." he announced, "to
get local color for an article on the
six footers of the west. I would like
to measure some of you gentlemen in
your stocking feet.”
"Wall,” drawled one of the big cow
boys at the stage station, "did you
bring them?"
"What, the tape measures?"
“No, the stockings."
Object of German Woman's League.
A woman's league to build ships Is
the latest In Berlin. Women are re
minded that the ant, by resistless en
ergy, can collect heavy loads nnd
build roomy palaces for thpmsclves
and that, therefore, it is possible for
German women, by toll and self
denial, to contribute a mighty ship to
the navy of the fatherland. Collect
ing boxes in the shape of a warship
will be distributed to all members of
the league.
Proof of Fierce Battle.
S B. Clark of Omaha, who had
gone on a hunt In the Big Horn moun
tains. was missing. His friends
searched and found his body and the
bodies of two grizzly bears lying to
gether. The bears had died of bullet
and knife wounds, and Clark had four
broken ribs, a chewed arm and a
severe wound at the base of the
brain. A hug from one of the wound
ed bears probably had killed him.
If you would dwell In the memory of
your friends borrow money of them.
He who sits down and longs for
wealth will be a long time getting IL
OUR RATES ARE LOW
AND SERVICE IS UNSURPASSED
From Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo
Through Sleeping Cars to Kansas City, Chicago and
St. Louis. Elegant Dining Cars, meals ala carte.
All Cars equipped with electric lights and fans.
For further information call on or address
H. B. KOOSER, J .H. GINET, Jr.
G. W. F. Ac P. A. T. P A.
1700 Stout Street Denver, Colorado.
Black 2207.
Phone us your news.
Phone us your printing orders.
LargtMt Circulation of any Clannifird liutiurM Reference
in Colorado
tHDrownell Guide
GREEN BOOK WITH RED EDGE—THEY*Rt EVERYWHERE
EVERYTHING IN
coMpucTc DENVER SSKXm 25c
ISSUED THREE TIMES A YEAR
Firms in all I.in*a, Businas* Tal«phon*«*, Maps, lUilroad Hats*, Tourist and othsr Informa*
tiou. Must oomplsUi e**r published. Cross-Indtssd fur Kapld Ksfarsnos. Illustratsd.
POCKET BIZC, 160 PAGES 3OZ
'Sk par copy; 60c a yaar. Of Dsnrar N#w*!*alars or Hoi lit, Dssw, Colo.
LADIES
DON’T FAIL TO SEE THE NEW
SAILOR HATS AT HOWLAND’S.
ALL THE NEW STYLES AT POP
ULAR PRICES THIS WEEK AT
9 S TH HOWLAND’S D-a?fß*,

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