C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor.
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HAVE AN EXPERT PICK YOUR
Prof. W. R. Edwards is salesman
for the Columbine Music Co. Consult
him for bargains in all grades of pi
anos. Also tuning. Residence, 2944
California. Phine Alain 8232. Don’t
guess. Know that your investment is
The Bachelor Girls were enter
tained at a supper by their popular
matron, Mrs. B. Patrick. The club
members present were Misses Eva
Cooper, Nel lye and Zenia Eubanks,
Lenora Finley. Estella Green, Kathryn
and Martha Hubbard, Jennie Hicks,
Mosella Joseph, Cathenia and Viola
Lyons, Lola Jacobs, Salena Walker,
Grace and Irene Walker. The even
ing was also passed by playing whist.
Misses Lola Jacobs. Eva Cooper and
Viola Lyons were the prize-winner.
Mesdames Win Parks and Freeman
also met the girls.
Miss Lola Jacobs started the Christ
mas gaiety by having the Bachelor
Girls Monday, Dec. 18, 1911, at an
exciting card party. Miss Viola Lyons
and J. Hicks were the winners for this
evening. Plans for Christmas week
and New Year’s were discussed.
Miss Martha J. Hubbard, accompa
nied by her aunt, Mrs. J. Cassells,
left Thursday for Kansas City, Mo.
The Life Line Club will meet with
Mrs. Delia Givens, 2515 Curtis street,
Thursday evening, Dec. 18th. Mrs.
Hill, president: Miss Scharhorne, sec
The Picture Show of Mrs. Hill opens
GRAND DRAMATIC RECITAL
MISS WILHELMINA BOYKIN
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 28, 1911, AT 8.15
AT SCOTT M. E. CHURCH
Rev. Wallace, B. D . Pastor Percival Webster, Manager
I. Piano Solo Miss Susie Hall
Dance of the Demons.
!! Dramatic Recitation Miss Boykin
The Fall of Cardinal Wollsy, from Henry VIII.
111. Vocal Solo Mr. Percival VV. Webster
(a) King Out Wild Bells C. H. Gounod
Words by Tennyson.
(b) The Rosary Der Rosenkranz
IV. Dramatic Recitation Miss Boykin
(The Last Days of Pompeii.)
V. Violin Solo Mr. Robt. H. Lee
(a) Berceuse Godard
(b) Souverir Frany Dela
VI. “The Maniac" Miss Boykin
VII. Vocal Solo Miss Hazel Burns
Good Night, Little Girl, Good Night, .1. C. Macy.
Accompanists: Miss Lela Rice, Miss Susie Hall.
COMMITTEES OF ROCKY MOUN
TAIN LODGE ENTERTAIN
J. It. Contee, chairman; T. S. Rec
tor, booster; S. A. Bondurant, Geo. S.
Contee, ticket sellers: J. C. Cooper,
win. Walton, Moses Thrashley, D. J.
Hudson, collectors: R. L. Lewis, D.
T. Gay, coat room; R. 13. Bolden, floor
manager; R. O. Johnson, assistant;
Gus Dyer, O. Murphy, R. E. Stewart,
C. E. Jackson, punch; C. A. Franklin,
T. R. Heron, presents: Wm. Sprague,
QUEEN CITY MUSICAL ORGANIZA
On Thursday evening, U8th inst., at
S o’clock, at the People’s Presbyter
ian church, corner Twenty-third ave
nue and Washington street, the mem
bers are requested to be present to
meet the board of directors, to con
clude arrangements for events in
1912. Instructions in sight reading
will begin in the month of January,
Applications for membership on the
free entrance system will be received
from now to January :Jrd, 1912, when
the rules ot the organization will be
brought into action. Applications
must be sent to V. P. Hewetson-Wat
son, 2352 Humboldt street.
Watch next week's issue for the
last program of the old year given un
der the People's Sunday Alliance.
Good music and other literary num
bers, and the third paper of the 'Ne
gro Historical Series" will be read.
The information will be worth you.*
time, come and hear it.
Then on Jan. 7th will occur the
celebration of the Forty-ninth Anni
versary of the Emancipation of the
American Negro. Both white and (col
ored speakers will appear. Good
musical numbers and the reading of
the Emancipation Proclamation will
be read. Details will appear next
DRESSMAKING by Mrs Andrews
at 1336 Broadway.
SAVED HIS WIFE’S LIFE.
"My wife would have been in her
grave today,” writes O. H. Brown of
Muscadine, Ala., "if it had not been
for Dr. King’s New Discovery. She
was down in her bed, not able to get
up without help. She had a severe
bronchial trouble and a dreadful
cough. I got her a bottle of Dr. King’s
New Discovery, and she soon began
to mend, and was well in a short
time.” Infallible for coughs and colds.
It’s the most reliable remedy on earth
for desperate lung trouble, hemor
rhages, la grippe, asthma, hay fever,
croup and whooping cough. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by all druggists.
2 lady’s diamond rings at a
bargain. Call at 913 21st street
or phone Main 5554.
At Campbell Chapel, Opossum din
i ner, beginning at 3:00 p. m. Serve
i great big Opossums, sweet potatoes,
iirown gravy. Chitlings with Ash
cake. Ha, ha, ha.
Great drama, Santa Claus Christ
mas Mail, at Campbell Chapel, Mon
day evening, Dec. 25th.
Chitterling supper and other re- 1
1 l'reshments will be served at the Ma
sons' entertainment at East Turner
hall, Wednesday night, by the ladies
of Evergreen Chapter.
The German American Indemnity
Co., in its eleventh year, pays for
sickness, accident death. We
have a $250,000.00 surplus, $100,00*
tieposited with the state to safeguard
policy holders. You are completely
protected. Special Agent, B. Patrick.
I Mr. Henry Howard and family wish (
to express their heartfelt thanks to |
their friends for the kind expressions |
of sympathy and tributes of love in
j their sad bereavement.
i Wednesday, Oct. 20th, the Taka Art
Club met with Mrs. A. L. Mason, 2- -
Humboldt street. The following pro
gram was rendered: Instrumental
duet, Mesdames G. Boss and M. I)<
Frantz; "Household Helps and Hints.
Mrs. E. N. Ward; recitation from
| Dunbar, Mrs. Lindie Ford; paper,
1 "Parents Should Not Teach Tta* i
Children The Is a Santa Claus.
Mrs. R. Johnson; discussion of papei
i opened by Mrs. Starks, followed b\
the members; chorus by the clu:
quotation from Dunbar; roll call; re
port of the critic. Don’t forget the
poverty social next Thursday evening
at Mrs. Coens, 2230 Curtis. Next men
ing January 3rd, with Mrs. Theft a
Miller, 1SS2 Marian. Mrs. G. Ross
president; Mrs. L. B. Ford, secretary
The Bachelor Girls will keep ope <
house New Year’s from 11:00 a. m
to 2:00 p. m., for their friends at th
residence of Miss K. Hubbard, 10
L*ress making and ladies' tailoring
by Miss Beatrice Lewis of 2339 Gilpin
street. Satisfaction assured. Phone
The Lady's purse containing a gold
watch, diamond ring, $40 in gold and
a ticket to the United Spanish War
Veterans’ ball at East Turner hall,
and the owner can receive them by
calling at the box office at East Turn
er hall at 8:30 p. m. Dec. 26.
iT PAYS TO INSURE IN THE
WESTERN LIFE AND ACCI
Denver, Colo., Dec. 14, 1911.
' To the Western Life and Accident
' I Dear Sirs: —We beg to acknowl
ledge the two checks, the $13."" to
I my daughter, and the $32.50 to niy-
I self, covering dividends on our poll*
] cies carried in your company. Thank
i | ing you for same,
MRS. LUCY BREIDLOVK.
• THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN
* Sermon topics Sunday, Dec. 21th:
t 11:00 a. m., "The Tragedy of a
» Mother's Neglect;” 7:00 p. in.. Y P.
I S. C. E.: 7:30 p. m., Sunday School
i program, “Christmas-Tide.”
' Special music will be rendered by
the choir Sabbath school Sunday day
' and night. Christmas morning a spe
1 cial program will be observed com
mencing at t; o’clock. The communion
’ of the Lord s Supper will be a special
feature of this service. Monday night
1 at 8 o’clock Christinas tree will be an
attractive item. The choir of the
People's church, under the tutelage of
• Prof. Watson, needs no introduction
to the public. Your presence to one
and all of these services will be am
ply paid and highly appreciated.
Christmas Morning, 6 O’clock.
Organ Prelude, "Christmas Morn
Anthem, “Christians, Awake"....
Canticle No. 4, "Gloria In Ex
celsis” Old Chant
Scripture Reading, Luke 2:1-22.
; Hymn No. 10*9, “Hark! What
Mean Those Holy Voices”. .
■ Angel Choir
Christmas Address, "A Modern
Vision of Christmas-Tide.”
Anthem, “Te Deum Laudanum"..
Offertory, “Pastorale in Adlam
Hymn No. 173, "Hark! the Her-
I aid AngelB Sing” Mendelssohn
Celebration of the Holy Communion.
! Anthem, “Let Us Now Go Even
Unto Bethlehem” Hopkins
Hymn No. 170, “O Come All Ye
Faithful" Adeste Fideles
Benediction with Response,
Postlude, "Angel Trumpets”... Adlam
Sunday Morning Music.
Prelude, "The Royal Banners”.Adlam
Invocation and Praise Hymn No.
fa) "Cantate Domino”... Rimhault
(li) “Bonuin Est Confiteri". Hindle
i Anthem, “Incline Thine Ear". Himmell
| Kyrle Jules De Vere
j Hymn No. 107, “Hark, the Glad
Sound” St. Saviour
Hymn No. 177, "Angels, From tin*
Realms of Glory”....Wildersmouth
- Hymn No. 178, "O Little Town of
Bethlehem" St. Louis
| Offertory, “Melody in F" Adlam
Postlude, “Salisburg Cathedral”.
i PROF. V. P. HEWETSON WATSON,
j Special Organist and MtiRical Director
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Holiday Prices on Furniture
Jubl before Christmas is a Rood
time to buy furniture. We have put
holiday prices” on our furniture no
«jL that you can save money when buy
v -.,,-'/,;c i J/\ Haven't you been wanting •> t
M£' \ of standard furniture some new
chairs for rh«- dining room, a rocker.
Pt r - leV a prettily dec orated brass " Huy
IMg:' : -v life* now while we have our holiday stock
— _ Special Rocker $4.95
® CTI HHiI B*B. BtronK comfortable Will
WF: •'.Tc llf £•']/ fl[:|:;.y last well Huilt of solid oak. highl>
BMS Bfe-aa ':‘ • * • .•■•, A: II rjl fTl:• *.• I polished and steel supported Hack
Up;] : • A • |. ; .|| rill and seat covered with art leather
Wj & \ ivrhiVr'iiiiw j * V'A Well padded -ctr and restful \
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A XMAS GIFT FOR YOU FINE XMAS PRESENTS ELECTROLIER *1.95
We have a Xmas gift for you at We have Hie most useful and most i ll |!'!.m!!!| * n °
the Standard. Something that will beautiful Xmas presents. Rockers. ? H \ “'!* t**' \" V
, surprise and please you. We will china closoU, aewliiK In- UnulpiaMl with fancy wire and sockc,
! give one to anybody buying $;» worth bles, dining room setH, lied room sets r ,. a( | v for use Xmas
|of goods either if you pay cash or The best place for you to buy is at standard special'
the assistance of the eight captains the Standard. We’ll trust you and *
! buy on credit. We will trust you give liberal credit. $1.95
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DOLLS GO-CART DOLLS BEDS 98c. CHILD'S ROCKER
We have lot. of ..B e, ul present. Cor wh , te < . numere(l WOO( , r„, n ,ea. «
the children. i)oll s go-carts with , . Here’s soundhing for your child
semi-collapsible top and body. Enam- I’-Muippcd with mattress and pair of
eled frame in black, green, tan and pillows. Or other styles in Iron and *'* no rockers at special Xmas prices,
maroon, (’ash or brass from 9Kc to $1.49. Fifty different styles to cliooho from
no . A 4 Ark In a Id* range of llltlo prices.
$2.45 98c to $1.49
Standard Furniture Company ...
YOUR HOME CAN BE FURNISHED
AT VERY SMALL COST
Any quantity of Furniture you may need. One piece or more
will be delivered to your home
POSITIVELY AT WHOLESALE PRICES
This is for the Residents of Denver Only. Our Salesroom and
Warehouse are on the tracks at
2016 BLAKE ST., 2 Blocks from Larimer St. Car
DUr'C Largest shipment of Rugs we have ever received. The are
|\ II If from the Four Leading Mills of the United States. All of the
w Latest Designs.
9x12 Axminster Rugs from $17.50 to $11.50, a saving for you
of $lO.OO to $15.00 on a Rug.
Small Axminster Rugs, each from 90c up.
Pqrlnr Cnife very Inrge shipment just received. Prices will sur
I <x\ iUI *311113 prise you. We save you fully 50 per cent or more.
Baby Carriages 25 valuedMd* 00 $5.50
This is not a week or ten days sale, but these prices are good as long
as the present stock lasts. However, they will sell very fast and we sug
gest that you make your selection now and make a small deposit to hold
them until you need them.
F. M. FRANKLIN & SON
ALL WHO LIVE NEAR 5 POINTS
CAN SAVE TIME AND MONEY
BY TRADING AT
HIGGINS’ GENTS’ FURNISHING STORE
SPECIAL PRICES FOR XMAS TRADE Good Goods, Right Prices
264-1 WELTON STREET
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