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COMING EVENTS. May 30—Ball at East Turner Hall. May 31, June 1 & 2—Dinner and Fair at Seott’s Church. June 3—Shirt Waist JParty at Old Col ony Hall, in the afternoon. June B—Capitolia Temple, S. M. Dania Hall. June 14—Odd Fellowß at Bloomfield Park. June 19—Miss Fitzhugh bt Shorter Church, benefit of Bethlehem Church July It—Masons at Bloomfield Park. July 27 —Colorado African Colonizatisn Company at Bloomfield Park. Wayman Ward has been entertain ing this week his friend, Mr. EM ward Atkinson. Mme. Buckner has been the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Ward. Rev. and Mrs. James Payne, of Boulder, were in the city this week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson of 25-46 Walnut street. Mrs. C. B. Woodard spent Sunday in Colorado Springs and Manltou. Mrs. Campbell, of Fort Worth, is the guest of Mrs. Brown of 26th and, Curtis street. Mrs. E. L. Lawson entertained the \ members of Queen of Shelba Court in honor of Mrs. Mackey, the retiring matron, Friday evening. May 12. Mrs Mackey was presented with a cut glass bowl oi exquisite pattern by the hostess. The hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. Ida Waite. Charles Noble left last Tuesday, May 23, for Minneapolis, where he will spend his vacation. Arnia Moore, of Boulder, enter tained last Sunday. Claude Davis. George Holmes. Harry Smith, Ralph \\ilson, Sterling Wilson, John Oliver, fro mDenver. Fine watch repairing and clock re pairing a specialty. A. P. Williams, 2027 Stout street. First picnic of the season. Rocky Mountain Lodge of Odd Fellows. No. 2320, Bloomfield park. Wednesday. June 14. Mrs A. J Taylor has been ill and is improving. Mrs J H. P Westbrook left the • ty Monday tor Mow York whoro oho will visit her orother for several | weeks. Mrs A. J. Walton l* In Ohio visit ing. Mrs Ida DePrlest leaves soon for a visit to Oklahoma. Sacred to the memory of our dear mother who departed this life one year ago. May 22. JAMES CARRISS. MAMIE CARRISS. Voting Clnrenee Holmes will entor the trades school on the north side and will learn the plumber’s trade His application is already accepted The trades school is part of Denvver’s school system. Messrs Pinn and Walton have made many changes In their barber shop at 2242 l*arlvncr street. It is being thoroughly overhauled and doc orated. The closing pragrani for the East End Literary society will be rendered next Friday evening. June 2. at 8:30. .it the Bethlehem Baptist church, 2716 Larimer. Program as follows: Open Remarks Mr. Triplet Piano Solo Miss Ethel Rease Vocal Solo . . Miss Lillian Petterson Piano Solo Mr Pinchbqck Vocal Solo Miss Esters it lon Mr. Troy Brandon Plano Solo ...Miss Katherine Deneal Vocal Solo Miss Dorothy I>eneal Instrumental Duet ....Mr. Wollfsklll Vocal Solo Miss Alpha Grisby Piano Solo Miss Rodn Anderson Closing Remarks Mr. Rev. J. D. Rice Offering. Benediction. Refreshments and fun. DANIEL REASE. Chairman. MODERN PESOPIJSS, Pres Save the Retail Milliner’s Profit WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE SELLING MILLINERY AT RETAIL Talk about Millinery Sales! Well? . There is one going on now, and if you have not heard of us. or been 111 * n OUr Wholesale Rooms you should attend this sale, and let us show yOU Wto buy yOUr MiUine, y Cheaper. You can select your purchase from our large fifteen thousand dollar Wholesale Stock and receive the same prices we give to Milliners or Sample Stores. Don’t overlook the fact we C> are a Wholesale Hou e having Four Large V Wholesale Rooms packed with Milli es nery. Our prices are much leu than vy|P\ cost. We don’t charge for trimming hats. We give you Bandeaus and tsr sutMs art, "Cssrtssss mt PsNtsTrsatMstt, •«- ALBRECHT’S WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE Second Floor, Front, Mining. Exchange Building 18th end Arapahoe Sts. Open Every Day, aleo Wednesday and Saturday Beeninga until 9 p.m. The Rocky Mountain Baseball club went to Boulder yesterday and there played the BlacK Sox. The news comes of the birth to Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Faulkner of a baby son. Mrs. John Leftridge is visiting her brothers in Kansas. She and her hus band have rented their home and leave soon for Washington where they will live. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moseley are now living at 2526 Lafayette street. Mrs. Frankie Holland returns to the city this week after a visit away. Among those who will graduate from the Alamosa high Bcbool is Miss Octavia Riley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Riley formerly of this city. Maybe you are leaving your elec tric wiring go because prices are pro hibitive. Don’t do that. Just call Mr. Hancock. Phone York 578, who will be glad to submit figures. Van Ness Johnson went to Califor nia this week. The commencement exercises of Denver University took place Thurs day evening and among the graduates were Wayman Ward and Miss Robert Ann Barbee. Robert Watkins went to Cheyenne I this week. A. T. Kerr has been ill. His mother Mrs. B. F. Foley, also has been in disposed. Tbos. Reed continues very ill His son. J. A. Reed, has come from Chi cago to be with him. FOR RENT—Five-room cottage, j Enquire at 2761 Glenarm Place. Mrs. .L. Frederick, who has been conducting the dining room of the j Abyssinia hotel, leaves this week for Creede. Colorado. The dining room i will be continued as before. Captain Chas. Young of the 9th Cavalry, accompanied by four men of his troop passed through the city Sat urday. They stopped over a few hours. Captain Young is interested in Denver property and spent some time looking over various sections. So far the soldiers have been engaged in maneuvers In Texas, yet the time for their return to barracks in Chey enne is not set. Business is a growth The hand some new ice box which has recently been installed at West Brothers, hold- I ing a half ton of ice and room for any amount of eatables, shows that ! this enterprising firm is growing and is preparing to serve you with ever j increasing satisfaction. i Mrs Robert Sloane and uo chll- J dren left the city Thursday for a vis ! it to relatives in Macomb. Illinois The Knights Templar will assemble in their hall at 2630 Welton street on Sunday afternoon and form a line of march to the Presbyterian church where their Ascension day sermon will be preached by Rev Haxell. All Templars are especially invited and the public will be made welcome. I We desire to express our sincere thanks to our dear friends who assist od us in our bereavement, in the loss of our husband and father. May 9. 1911. We also wish to thank the un dertaker for the excellent conduct of the funeral MRS C. ANDERSON AND CHII^ DREN. - —"ssrsmam SUNDAY AT WEST’S linked White Fish with Potatoes..2sc Ring Perch 25c Chicken Croquettes with Mush room Sauce 30c Smoked Tongue with Potatoe Snlad 25c Chicken Pot Pie 35c T-Bone Steak. Club Style 40c Potatoes nu Groton ....10c Spaghetti. Italian 15c Snuerslaugh 10c Asparagus Tip Salad 20c Strawberry Short Cake with whip ped Cream 15c Pine Apple Pie 5c TOR RENT—Five-room cottage for $14.00. Enqutrd at this office. THE STATESMAN- "f ————— ———^—— Mission Mono Clocks is oneof this week's special offer- 1017-l 9-21-23 Lawrence Street ings. Clocks with movements guar anteed and beautifully encased in — 1 11 —— - ■ ■ early English frames — just as illus- - , s=;« s "°IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE STANDARD QRp That's what you hear the Standard customers say, and really the Standard EigijB 1 ; f S^C^SSI __^^ —mmmm — m——mmm __^ —— makes much money by pleasing the poeple—saves much money in advertising Bjsgyfti i ■.*% i ".nt&T7fiiT —because there's no better advertisement than a pleased customer. MjgSiy our 4 roomssufllßn COMPLETE FOR If) | “F U Q' —T ) j is the sensation of the hour. There’s the parlor, the dining room, the bed- jUsUlftts.;; || P“ II ill room and the kitchen, and we said complete, which save quite a lot of I I % Mi description. Briefly stated, the floor coverings, and the kitchen stove, and J ], i _ .JiU* I j j the pictures, are all in this outfit. ** * SAMPLE DIVANS AND *“* Y ° U NEE ° “ COLD STORAGE tftl if Pooil I he B^ la "u e on Refrigerator Plush and Velour of good quality on ■MU ■ ■ | FaCU WRBkV QT various styles of frames —there’s a uuo J Uk»mj ui The line we carry is most appropriately 3“i” $7.90 Wl*t WUOII MomiiiiPaiiMts ESSS"Sara Bed Davenport SETTEE Th« Simplicity Style—Solid oak frnme, golden finish. Boston leather It is made of selected elm, solidly built and splendidly braced, finished upholstering. We can truly defy competitors to match it under $27.00 — to stand the elements, in green; there are various sizes; a bargain this our special price foa Monday, on easy terms, week in each size. Ift QB 4 ft * t-e* for $3.45; 5 ft. Length for $3.95; VtO'VU 6 ft. Length for $4.45. Corpora] While camp will assemble at its hall Sunday at 1 p. m. in full uniform preparatory for memorial .services held at Y. M. C. A. building at 2:30 p. m. On Tuesday at 0 o'clock a. m. the camp will meet at the same place for Decoration day parade. In the afternoon the camp will take part in the decoration of graves at Crown Hill cemetery. GOOD FOOD Is essential to good health, whether it is MEATS, VEGETABLES OR GROCERIES THE FIVE POINTS GROCERY has the best at living prices. It shows its appreciation of your patronage by service. E. POLAND, Proprietor 2700 WELTON STREET GENTLEMEN LISTEN I A Hint to the Wise is Sufficient $5.00 to $lO.OO saved on onr Suits, fnade from Strictly All Wool Material are Correct in Style, and Fit Guaranteed. You must be satisfied. 60 Extra Quality Envelopes 5c Standard Apron Check Gingham 7c Two Large Hair Nets 5c That biff bunch of Dress Gingham for Saturday q _ is a great snap for you at per yard 57 C Best Table Oil Cloth. -20 c Canvas Gloves, per pair 6c J A. EDDY 2625 Welton St. Denver, Colo. 5 The Lucy Thurman W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. L. M. Proman Friday afternoon Mrs. Bradbury, district superintendent, will be present. J. T. Willis is now the head waiter a r . the Traffic club. Max Andrews is in poor health still with little hope for his recovery. THE GREATEST PICNIC WILL BE THAT OF THE MASONS JULY 11 Bloomfield Park Wait for us and we will show you a thing or two J. T. TOSOH "Tten an alters, tel asaa Wear’, H. FLOWERS ■■the bon ton ■■ ■MI POOL HALL m FIRST.CLASS TABLES FOUNTAIN DRINKS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO READING ROOM, FREE CHECK ROOM 1918-20 Arapahoe Street Denver, Coin.