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April 8th —Easter entertainment by Masons, Easter Monday. April 4 —Cantata by Zion Shoir at church. April 17 —Dance by Good Time Bunch at Eureka hall. May 29 —Entertainment by Sisters ot Charity at Eureka hall. ' May I—Charity Sisters at jEureka hall. May 16 —May Pole Plaiting at Old Colony hull by Evergreen Chapter. May 30 —First shirt waist ball at Eureka hall. YOUR PIANO FREE In case of death to anyone buying a piano from us, if payment* 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 piano delivered at once. TWO YEARS' FREE MUSIC WES SONS given to every purchaser In this club. Come In now. buy before this c|Qh oloses: Columbine Music Co, 920-924 15th St., Charles Bldg., next to C.as and Electric Building. "Amongst the palms" seems to be the social topic as the season of de nial draws closer to Its end. Mias Partce, Chicago's song bird and dancing school entertulner. Ib in the city and has been encaged by the Palm club to entertain during inter mission. featuring in Ada Overton Walker's latest success. That's Why They Call Me Shine,” and Porto Rico. The management means to make this affair the best yet musically as well as socially. A nickel will never buy more of pleasure than it can at the lairraine Moving Picture Show at 725 Twenty sixth avenue. Just across from the F’ve Points postofllce. FOR RENT -Desk room, inquire at this office. The first 50 ladies who present this ad at the ‘ Vogue.'' 2712 1-2 Welton St., will be entitled to Free Scalp Massage and to the Club Rates of 3 Ttasloams for SI 00. Thu offer can not laat lbng. Will you be one of the early birds? KOI.EC>W THE CROWD TO WEST BROS. EASTER SUNDAY NIGHT LOOK OUT! For the Widows’ Leap Year Entertainment at Shorter Chapel, Thursday, April 25. Watch this space. There will be lots of Fun, come and see The ministers of tin* city have taken action on the coining of Ur. Shepard, who will address a mass meet! hk In this city on the 18th. They appreciate the worth of the work he If doing in training the leaders of our race for teaching, for preaching, for Y. M. C A. and settlement work and will accor dto him all the moral support and influential hacking they have. He speak* on the 18th at the People’s Tal>ernacle. Twentieth and Lawrence streets, making no charge. LADIES!! INVESTIGATE , 'JT3) MK -CUT BONN TOUI MIIIRERT BILLS" been paying milliners and de a/ 1 partment stores ridiculous prices /or your millinery for years. (HIRE 1$ YDUR OPPORTURITY biR WHOLESALE HOUSE has de ylT cided to sell you (roods AT RETAIL and '< J allow you the privilege of selecting your I wants from « *25,000 stock, guaranteeing i you a having of 60 PER CENT. \ 1 C 111 SPECIALS IN TAILORED AND TRIMMED NATS J TNIS VEER y j Thousands and Thousands of Untrimmed ’ ■■■PIV ,/ o Shapes, Plumes, Flowers, Braids, Wire >’ ft; y frames. Aigrettes, etc., at one-half the ' J prices you pay elsewhere. i Umff Cut |out The Retailer or Middleman's atm Profit. Millinery Direct from Manufact o fjf war To You / "DTE CRT TNE PRICE." "WE SEU FDR LESS" J The Only Wholesale Millinery House in the West t 9 Retailing Direct to the Public at Wholesale Prices THE DENVER WHOLESALE MILLINERY C° N. C. POLAR, Proprietor •ssssA Flsar Minina (isksnis Bulldlna, Fifteenth and Arapahea HM ssls Ovsr tskslta "Now Leap Bra a ah" Drug Btara. Twa ClavAAara at Yaar Barvlaa. Opait Saturday Cvenlaae uatll 10 P. RN. City News Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Moore are at home at 2626 Marion street." Miss Leta Estis is down with pneu monia. Miss Ada Williams was hostess at a delightful breakfast on Sunday for Mr. Shelton of the Orpheum. The guests were Miss Spittelle. L. Wil liams and C. M. Harris. Mrs. Eugene Andrews is called back to Missouri by the death of a grandmother and the need of settling up her estate. Mrs. Lillian Horne, who has been ill. is improving. Mr. and Mrs Warfield are now liv ing at 3007 where they have purchased. Richard Porter is again in the city and in splendid health and physique. He has taken back his place on the police force. He seems to have en tirely recovered from his illness ol several months during which his was despaired of. Rev. Pope addressed the V. M. C. A. last Sunday afternoon. His sub ject, Man’s Life a Plan of God. ’ was developed so fully and interestingly April 14 Rev. Wallace will address the V M. C. A. at Scott M. E. church. All men are urged to be there. Stay off the date. Fourth of July, for the Colorado Baltimore Stunters are on their way here. Place, Eureka hall. Keep off the date May 1.7. when Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O E. S will entertain. On last Saturday afternoon there occurred the christening of Leonard J. Clark, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs G**o Clark, at the residence of Mr and Mrs E. P Fornla. Father Brown of the Church of the Redeemer being the officiating clergyman. Those present were Curtis Harris, Jas. Coleman of Muskogee. Mich . Dr. Jones. I)r. Huff and Mr and Mrs. Fornla. A menu was served. rich and \aried The Carnation Art club had its last I meeting with Mrs. Pollard and its next wlH he with Mrs Anna Hawkins. The May Pole Plaiting, to be given by Evergreen Chapter O E. S . oc curs at Old Colony hall May 16. Little Red Riding Hood will be given at Central Baptist church Mon day evening. April 15th Refresh ments will be served. Admission 5c L. JACKSON, Chairman. Jack Dempsey has been indisposed this week and unable to go out on his run FOLLOW THE CROWD TO WEST BROS. EASTER SCNDAV NIGHT THE PEERLESS TRIO WILL PI AY AND SING AT WEST BROS. EASTER SCNDAY NIGHT ALMOST A MIRACLE. One of the most startling changes ever seen In any man. according to W. B. Holaclaw. Clarendon. Tex., was effected years ago in his brother "He had such a dreadful cough, he writes, ‘that all our family thought he was going into consumption, but he began to use Dr King's New- Discovery, and whs completely cured by ten bottles. Now he Is sound and well and weighs 21S pounds For many years our fam- I ily has used this wonderful remedy for coughs and colds with, excellent ■ results." It's quick, safe, reliable and I guaranteed Price 50 cents and $1.00. . Trinl bottle free at all druggists , ’«E STATESMAN THE PEERLESS TRIO WILL PLAY AND SING AT WEST BROS., EASTER SUNDAY NIGHT. FOLLOW THE CROWD TO WEST BROS. EASTER SUNDA i NIGHT. WANTED Woman for general housework in doctor's family; no ob jections to child large enough to do errands. Refer to Mrs. Goodall, 131 Mack street, Ft. Collins, Colo. Take notice of the unique concert given by one family under the man agement of Mrs. Nannie Welch Tues day night, April 9th, benefit Bethle hem church. 2716 Larimer street. Admission 10 cents. A. E. Reynolds, pastor. The Mount Olive Baptist church was organized last Sunday with 18 members. Rev. Geo. Williams, pastor. Mrs. 1. H. Harper, mother of the church. The ordination sermon was preached by Rev. Dr. Williams of Ok lahoma City. The churches repre sented were Central, Zion, Bethlehem and Anteoch. Covenant meeting next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. THE BIGGEST EASTER FESTIV ITY IS THE MASONS' ENTERTAIN MENT MONDAY NIGHT AT EUR EKA HALL. FOR RENT —Furnished and unfur nished rooms at 2824 California St. Mrs. A. P. Williams, phone Olive 281. THE BIGGEST EASTER FESTIV ITY IS THE MASONS' ENTERTAIN MENT MONDAY NIGHT AT EUR EKA HALL NOTICE. A Mm days' dispensation has been granted to the Fnlted order of True! Reforvers of Denver division Old ! members can return, ages 10 to 35 years, ior one dollar From 35 to 43 years, two dollars and fifty cents' t$2.50); from 4S to 54 vers, five dollars and ten cents ($5.10). All de- i linquents of Rose Hud children can be i reinstated for ten cents (10c). New nurseries of 20 members or more will j be made for ten cents (10c) per mem her. For further information, see A. <\ (’ash. chief. Residence, 2S3S Cal- j I torn in street. Phone Champa 146. | l.etnuel Watson has come to the! city. He is a foreman in charge of a section gang on the i'nion Pacific railroad and lias been for fifteen years. He has the second section out i *=ide the city limits. Mr and Mrs. Seymour of Rawlii.s. Wyo., were in the office this week They are on a vacation and will visit several cities betore they return. STATE OF COI<ORADO, Insurance Dept SYNOPSIS OF 8TATKMKNT FOR 1911 ANl* COPY <>K CRRTIFICATK OF \ I THOR IT V old coloit ivstteavce compa ttv or BOSTOV. MASS. V filet M $1,331,231.40 1.labilities 422.904.99 <*n pi till ... 400.000.00 Surplus 40S.316.41 STATK OF COLORADO. Insurance I*ept CERTIFICATE OF AFTHORITY FOR T1IK YEAR ENDING FEBRCARY WTH I9i:t Office of Commissioner of Insurance. IT IS IIBREHY CERTIFIED. That th»* Old Colony Insurance Company. .» corporation organized under the laws of Massachusetts, whose principal office is located at Boston. Mass., has complied with the requirements of the laws of, this State applicable to said company, j and (he company is hereby authorized to' transact business as an insurance com pany in accordance with its Charter or \rtlcles of Incorporation, within the State of Colorado, subject to the provi sions and requirements of the law. until the Inst day of February. In the year of •»ur Lord one thousand nine hundred and t hlrteen. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I. W. L CLAYTON. Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Colorado, have hereunto set my hand and affixed my veal of office, at the City of Denver, this 1st day of March. A D. 1912 W. I. CLAYTON. ‘Seal 1 Commissioner of Insurance EDWIN STARKEY. Deputy Published In The Statesman by au thority of Commissioner of Insurance PUTS END TO BAD HABIT. Things never look bright to one with "the blues.” Ten to one flic trouble is n sluggish liver, filling the system with bilious poison, that Dr King's New T.ife Pills would expel TVy them. Lot the joy of better feel ings end * 4 tho bines.” Host for stom ach. liver nnd kidneys. 25c. nil drug gists SCOTT M. E. CHURCH f40TES The Itev. C W. Holmes snokc words of farewell to a verv npnrecl atlve congregation last Sunday morn ing He left this week for Ardmore Okln.. his new field of labor. Wc wish him much success in this verv difficult field. The trustees received a liberal offering in snite of the ab sence of several of the members o' that Important board. We must urge strict lovnlty to every denartment of the church. Sundav will be Stew ards’ day and the missionary offer'nc will he asked during the evening service. The Brotherhood will find a cordial welcome to Scott’s when that excel lent organization begins !t« monthlv meeting with this church. The pas lor has been roouested to make th« address of the afternoon of the 14th We especially urge the men of Scott’s to he present and all men are urged to come. 5 “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name,” choir; Scripture reading, Rev. P. C. Crutchfield; “Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty,” choir; sermon, “The Risen Savior;” duet, “Jesus Lives," Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Chris tian; "Row In the Grave He Lay,” solo and chorus, .Mrs. J. T. Muse; Easter offering; “The Song of the Eastertide,’ choir; chant, choir. "The Decoration committee are de | termined to make this a record-break ing year for beauty and artistic ar rangements of the church. Come out and see how well they have done their work. Special Easter sermon will be preached in the morning. The choir will render a musical program in the evening. The junior choir will render their program just after the morning service. Mrs. Julia Murdock of Hot Springs Ark., deposited her membership in Scott’s Sunday evening. Mrs. Anna B. Da v son left Tuesday evening foi Galveston, Texas, to live with hei son. Through the leadership of Mrs Anna .McPherson a little band ol Christians visited the beside of Mi Vernon and held prayer services last Sunda afternoon. This kind of worl should encouraged among the mis sionary inclined of the church. The Ladies Aid Society served a very s u » essful dinner last Thursday The election of officers will take place Thursda afternoon. All members are urged to be present. The Mis sionai Society met last Thursday at the parsonage. This society will j render a special program on the last Sunda evening in this month. ' Mrs Claudie Pash is getting up a spic> progra Mrs. A-. C. Peck will be one of ’he speakers for this occasion The fficial board will meet Mon day eening. This being the first meeting of the year plans for the year will be set forth. If anyone has any c ..plaints or grievances please bring them to this meeting. Mis Rice and Mrs. Florstein Doo ley ar«- on the sick list this week. The Epwortb league, under its new a: angement, will be led by Miss Lela Rice during the month of March The meeting were full of interest and inspiririon under this very able and faitbf L leader. Miss Rice will lead FOR RENT EUREKA HALL Parties wishing To Rent Eureka Hall, 2235 Arapa hoe St., Phone Main 7940. 1 *»■ FREE! A FEW MORE SETS OF DISHES TO BE GIVEN AWAY TO THOSE WHO WILL SEND US 6 SUBSCRIBERS We Sell them at $2.50 a Set Sunday, after which someone from her department will be appointed to lead. The Five Points Literary So ciety will be a reality soon. This society will be organized under the Literary Department of the Epworth League. Mrs. Ada Castry and her faithful corps of workers are respon sible for the new life injected into the League’s Sunday services. THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTff Rl AN CHURCH. East Twenty-third Avenue and Wash ington. Sermon topic Easter Sunday, April Ttb: 6:00 a. m.—"Special Services and Sacrament.” 11:00 a. m.—"Dawn of the Chris-1 tian Era.” 3:00 p. m.—The Choir will sing at Sunshine Mission. 5:00 p. m.—Cantata, "The World Children for Jesus.” The Hazell Chapter of the West minster Guild meets with Miss Arula Cole, 1124 Twenty-seventh street next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. The manifestation of the Holy Spirit was realized last Sabbath all I day at the People’s church. The sing ; ing and preaching of the morning service was an appetizer for the evening exercises. The singing by a dozen tender voices and the quartet. "O Come To My Heart, Lord Jesus, by Profs. Watson and Webster, with Miss L. Coleman and Mrs. P. Rose, immediately prior to the confirma Caßtrr flrogrammr SIX O’CLOCK A. M. Hymn 624—“ Ten Thousand Times” Alford Invocation. Anthem —“Awakening Chorus”. .. Homer Choir Scripture—Luke 24:1-46. Anthem —“Hallelujah For the Cross” Boar Choir Prayer. Offertory. Anthem —“Beloved If God So Loved Us” Bamby Choir Celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Hymn 240—“ The Strife is O'er” Palestrina Berediction With Seven-fold Amen — Stainer ELEVEN O’CLOCK A. M. ' _ Prelude—“ Andante Grazioso” Page Processional Hymn 704 “Rejoice Ye Pure In Heart” Marion Psalter—Select No. 6; Ps. 20. 23. 24. Vocal Solo—“ Let Joyous Peace Reign Everywhere” Robyn Mrs. Pearl Rose. Scripture- -Mat: 28th Chap. Anthem—“ Christ Our Passover” Chappel Choir. Notices, Offertory. Prayer. Hymn 244 —“Jesus Christ Is Risen Today” St. Albinus Sermon —“Dawn Of The Christian Era." Prayer Hymn—23B—“Allelujah" Lux Eor Benediction With Seven-fold Amen Stainer Recessional. Hymn 245—“ Hail The Day That Sees Him Rise.” Ascension. Postlude—"Pastorale” Page At 3 P. M. —Tbe Choir will Sing at Sunshine Mission. At SP. M. —A Cantata. “The World Children For Jesus" will be rendered. tion of the juniors and adults, re spectively, was most pathetically ren dered. The sanctuary was pregnated with an atmosphere of inspiration that lost itself in the spirit of solemn ness on the entire worshipers. The baptized persons were Miss Emma Howard and M Lewis Livingstone. Those confirmed were Master Atwel Rose, Mr. Livingstone, the Misses Bernice Butler, Emma Howard, Lu cile Wilson, Alice Morgan, also Mes dames Mamie Hobson, Mattie Wilson and Lula Benjamin. The communion was received by the largest number of persons since the encumbency of the present Presbyter. Last Sunday the committee for this church on Politics and Reform was named in the persons of Mr. C. W. Buford with Elders Elmer Anderson land J. H. Gibbs. A special commit tee for the press was also appointed to report all worthy activities of the church, Mr. P. W. Webster being chairman. The ladies and misses of this church will in the future render the music for the Sunday school and Christian Endeavor and take a prom inent part in all the services. The public is cordially invited f o witness the rendition of the musical program by an augmented vested choir of over thirty voices tomorrow. All three of the services, 6:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m., will afford a treat to the worshipers. At 3:00 p. m. the choir will sing for the Sun shine Mission, the white downtown religious organization on Larimer street, by special invitation.