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Dec. JO—Military ball by S. P. W. V., at East Turner hall. Dec. 26—Military ball at East Turner hall by S. P. W. V. Dec. 27 —Annual entertainment of Masons at East Turner hall. Jan. 1, 1812 —Leap year ball at East Turner hall. Jan. 1. —Leap year entertainment at Central church by Men’s Progress ive club. Feb. 14—Entertainment at Dania hall Feb. 15 —Life Line club at Dania hall. W. O. SIMONDS 2029 Champa street. Phone Main 5964. COAL $4;00, At Campbell Chapel, Opossum din ner, beginning at 2:00 p. in. Serve great big Opossums, sweet potatoes, brown gravy. Chitlings with Ash facake. Ha. ha. ha. f Great drama, Santa Claus Christ mas Mail, at Campbell Chapel, Mon day evening, Dec. 25th. Dai lowing officers for the next term: L. Howard. C. C; W Cooper. V. C J \\\ Taylor. K of it and S J. K. Contee. M. of K.. Chas Muse, M of F.; C. Waite, M. at A.. C. W. Young. Prelate. J \V. Hardy and W H Pen son. Grand Representatives Bert Patrick is the prize-winning agent of the German-American In demnity He had a whole month to do the Job but went so fur and out distanced his rivals that lie drew down the money on tin* 14th. having gotten 2 s new policy holders in that time. Frank McVey. owner of the Abj sinia hotel, reaches the* city this week from Concordia. Kansas. The show staged by Brown and Mc- Daniel at East Turner Thursda.' was very satisfying it went of! with a dash that bespoke t lie professional. The singing was good, with chorus work that was too good for a single production The final number was their cun turn and theli more than .• • • They are far ahead of anything seen at East Turner *n many days. They were good before their trip away and now their work is worthy of the big time Dancing completed an evening »- i ate • njoj it * i* - ' ll ’ •• fail - rosd Mrs. \V. H. Turner passed away Thursda > night at the home of her mother. Mrs. Johnson of C 37 Twenty second street She bus been an in valid for some time, coming here from >*t Louis for her health. She devoted husband bereft. The funeral wil morrow afternoon. Roast turkey and crunberrv sauce. Christinas, at West Bros ' Chitterltng supper and other re freshments will Ik* served at the Ma sons’ Entertainment at East Turner hall. Wednesday night, by the ladles o» Evergreen Chapter. Lorenzo Manley is down with ton* silitis MUST BE SOLD. The l.otritie rooming house, fully modern. beautifully furnished, 14 rooms, is arranged for boarders: $25 down, balance monthly rent reduced to $46.00; flue location: close In 2312 Cjiampa street. LEAP YEAR BALL! , MONDAY, JAN. 1, 1912 GIVEN BY H. B. CLUB EAST TURNER HALL Committee—Mrs. Mease, President, Mr. Crummcr, Secretary, Mrs. Davis, Treasurer, Mr. Butler, Chairman. (1 ED. BUTLER, Floor Manager Tom and Jerry will be served by Little Tommy and Mrs. Jerry BEN GOODMAN’S ORCHESTRA DANCING FROM 8 P. M. UNTIL 2 A. M. ADMISSION - 50 CENTS A City News The Palm club will dance from 9 I*, m. to 1 a. m. at Old Colony hall. 2Sth avenue and Downing street, Christmas night. At Campbell Chapel, Opossum din ner, beginning at 3:00 p. m. Serve great big Opossums, sweet potatoes brown gravy. Chitlings with Ash cake. Ha. ha, ha. Great drama, Santa Claus Christ mas Mall, at Campbell Chapel, Mon day evening. Dec. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Contee cele brated the twenty-second milestone in ! their journey in double bliss on Sun day afternoon, with a dinner party, to which sixteen of their friends were invited. The notable guests from out the city were Airs. Hackley and Mrs. Kills. All the delights to the eye which beautiful nupery, silver and cut glass could give were supplemented with the variety and perfection of cuisine, for which Mrs. Contee en joys more than a local reputation. The children's rally, which culmin ates at Shorter church on Sunday morning, provoked an unusual amount of interest. The Sunday school took rhe lead with pink and red sides con tending. The pink under charge of Royal Brown was victor, but only after a stubborn struggle in which it:*- vanquished received honors for a gallant fight that fell short of those given the winner. Georgia Murphy led the reds. Her side reported s4<>. the other side getting ssl. Royal Brown awarded to little Master Chap man the prize for being the scholar on his side who brought in the most money. Royal Brown will take part on the C. E. program tomorrow evening. Mrs Lillian Jones entertained a number of friends Wednesday even ing at the home of Mrs. Bruce in the Highlands on the occasion of her twenty-fifth anniversary. it was a dinner party and the table groaned under the weight of good things. Mrs W. T. Vaughn is confined to tied. Mrs Mae Byrd is indisposed. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gentlemen or for man and wife, at 2249 Lafayette street. Music at West Bros Christmas . ve. Sunday night. 1 >ec. 24th. by the lKMTless trio. Holley. Jackson and Redmond, from 9:©<> p. m. until 11:©“. or later. Mrs Harry Chism, after spending four months with her daughter, Paul ine, has gone to I.os Angeles to spend the winter with her son. A. M. Chism, taking her daughters. Pauline and Bernice. Mrs Ella Marrow of this city left Monday evening for Oklahoma City. %h< re she will 1U« intll apt ing Mrs Marrow took her brother. John Davis, with her. The newly elected officers of Py this Lodge No 11, K P. are Harry Jones CO.; C. Grant, V. C : E»1 Johnson. Prelate; C. 0. Sample, M of K.; S C. Herndon. M of F . Geo W Davis. K of R and S. Homer Jackson. M of A A R Butler. Rep. G. L ; A. R Butler. Trustee. FOR SALE Home-made quilts, tixa feet, at 3119 Walnut street Mrs Mamie Davis is here from Cheyenne visiting her mother and friends. Though slightly indisposed she will be glnd to receive visitors at their new home. 2404 Glenartn place. P «E STATESMAN- YOUR PIANO FREE In case of death to anyone buying a piano from us, if payments are kept up promptly in our 500 club, in which you can buy a piano for nothing down and 10 cents a day, payable weekly or monthly; piano delivered at once. TWO YEARS’ FREE MUSIC LES SONS given to every purchaser in this club. Come in now, buy before this club closes; Columbine Music Co., 920-924 15th St., Charles Bldg., next to Gas and Electric Building. ENDS WINTER’S TROUBLES. To many, winter is a season of trouble. The frost-bitten toes and fingers, chapped hands and lips, chil blains, cold sores, red and rough skins prove this. But such troubles tiy before Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest healer or burns, boils, piles, cuts, sores, bruises, eczema and sprains. Only 25c, at all druggists. Joe Burns of Salt Lake was in the city this week en route to Kansas City, where he will get his lather and take him back home to be better shel tered in his old age. He was sight seeing here, his old home, under the care of Richard Frazier. He is now manager for Young Peter Jackson, the prizefighter. He has had his man matched for several fights recently. He is in business at IS Commercial street in Salt Lake and doing well. Lawyer \V. B. Townsend has been successful in collecting another insur ance from a company in Virginia for i one of our citizens. Mr Townsend is j making the collection of insurance a specialty. Gentlemen, Christmas is coming Cali in and inspect the sets of dishes ! we have, three different patterns, and see if they will not make a handsome | present. The Pride of the West Cleaning Works does all kinds cf cleaning, pressing and repairing of men's and 1916 Arapahoe St. Skinner and Grimes. Props. — Women's clothing. Phone Main 7823. Mrs. 1. H Harper has opened a book and thimble club. Ice cream ana IMnny candy parlor at 3119 Walnut street. Free cand\ Saturday to all children who patronize the store dur ing the week. Through a typogrupiilcal . error Madam M A Holley's name appeared incorrectly in the news item last « week concerning her success wit' tier wonderful hair grower At Campbell Chapel. Opossum din ner. beginning at 3:00 p. in. Servo great big Opossums, sweet potatoes, brown gravy. Chitlings with Ash cake. Ha. ha. ha. Great drama. Santa Claus Christ mas Mail, at Campbell Chapel. Mon day evening. Dec. 25th. JUST WHAT THE DCCTjR OR DERED. The Elite drug; store has a specials low priced stock of wines, candy anil stationery for Christinas. Their pre scriptions are made up from fresh pure drugs and are just w.hat the doc tor ordered. Phone Main 2?0i. Twen tv first and Araprfhoe streets. HEAR THE FULL ORCHESTRA! ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW CORNWELL'S. CRESCENT PHOTO PLAY HOUSE 2715 WELTON STREET. First Mortgage Bonds FOR SMALL INVESTORS WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS Government. State and Municipal Issues, also Standard Railroad. Public Service and Industrial Bonds sold in any amount for Cash or on Weekly or Monthly Payments. Best, Easiest and Saf est way to provide for your future. Correspondtnce Invited Canadian Investment Company 2405 COURT PLACE DENVER. COLO . - 5 SAVE YOUR COUPON! jfedfil A MASONS GREATGIFT carnival HH iHg East Turner Wednesd'y -•; Admission 50 Cents Entertainment Extraordinary! q^agmumiyiia————£«*»—■—MMMßßj»ga MADAME E. AZALIA HACKLEY WILL TELL ABOUT “LIFE IN GAY PAREE” AND FRENCH SONGS A THOUSAND LITTLE THINGS ABOUT PARIS ASSISTED BY THE FREE VOICE CULTURE CLASS IN DEMONSTRATION AND SONG Laughable. Instructive. Enjoyable. More for your Money than you can get again How the French Live How Frenchmen Treat Their Wives How They Court The Beggars How They are Married The Color Question in France ~~SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH Christmas Night, Dec. 25 at 8.15 COME OUT AND HAVE A GOOD TIME Admission 25c. Children 15c Those who Purchase Red lickets in Advance are Entitled to Reserved Seats funeral of Mrs. Hary Howard 1 The New Way Shoe Repairing com- Goodman’s orchestra will plaj at took place last Sunday from the lam- i paliy at 1857 Champa street has in the Spanish War Veterans' ball on il> ;' sldence on Ogden street. Friends stalled a nailing machine which puts Dec. 2*« v of it family filled the house and Rev. | nails in soles and heels in a manner Mur, ay who baptized. Mrs Howard 'mat cannot be equalled by hand. Mr. Sidney Del’riest and wife of Sallna. man years ago. preached the funeral. ( Dennis, the proprietor, says that noth | Kansas, are in the city to spend the The aterment was at Fairmount cent- img is too good for his patrons. His holidays with his brother. Richard et< • Death came to her as a result sewed soles are up to factory stand DePriest He is a well to do citizen of paraletic stroke. For many nrd. of Salina and is the dairyman there mon'lis she has lingered, a cheerful who supplies the best trade invalid. Slio leaves three daughters w S. Allen and W. M. Mclntyre and husband here with many rela- have bought out the stock which O. T The Carnation Art Club was enter* tivc- and friends also bereavd. Sh was Jackson formerly held in the Mutual tained last Friday afternoon by Mrs. a nn mber of Zion church. Laundry ompany. They are now on .) w Warfield of 2557 Glenarm place. the board of directors. M. S. Allen The Columbine Whist Club will being manager and W M Mclntyre Mrs. T. K. Edwards and son Lloyd, have their second annual Christmas being secretary are visiting in the cit\ with her sis tree nd festival during the holidays ter. Mrs. Wm. Robinson. Mrs. Ed — Mrs. .1. B. Wilson is recovering from wards has just returned from Fulton. Scigennt Lang and family now live her accident whereby she broke her Mo., where she has been visiting he at 2749 Welton street. arm. I mother.