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COMING EVENTS.
Jan. 24 Stockman'ts Ball. Eureka hall.
Feb. 12 —Firemen’s ball at Eureka
hall.
Fred Clark announces that he has
an orchestra and can furnish any
number of pieces up to six, suitable
for dance purposes. Phone him at
Main 2759, or address him at COO
Twenty-eighth street.
i he Carnation Art club meets Frl
flay with Mrs. McKenzie of 2526 1-u
fayette street.
Remember the Firemen’s ball on
February 12 at Eureka hall.
The fund for the relief of injured
and aged firemen will be helped by
the proceeds of the ball which the
boys of Engine company No. gives
at Eureka hall on Feb. 12. That is
the date of the ball—the first one they
have ever given. It is a worthy cause
which should enlist tin* fullest support
ot the public.
W. H. Benson has gone to Los An
g**l«s to make his home.
Mrs. Rucker went to Wyoming this
week on a business trip.
Jerry Steele has begun to recover
rom -in attach of /ni umonla
(I. L). Hall was called to San An
tonio. Texas, by business and has re
turned.
The Life Line club will meet Jan
yvrry 23 at 2618 Itowning str«-**t
I-allies, call York 6616 and arrange
for a demonstration of the beauties
of the L&Besirix corset Made to
order; fits the form. Materials to suit
t'orrect in design and sold at a price
that competes with ready-made goods.
Miss Beatrice Lewis, corsetaire. No
•Keats Absolute guarantee of satls
taction. Specialty of corsets for stout
women 2339 Gilpin street.
Mrs J K. Contee goes to California
next week.
G J Morgan and daughter have re
turned to the city from a trip to Mid
dletown. Ohio. Their early return
was caused by the sudden death of
Mrs Morgan, which occurred in Cali
fornia a few weeks ago Interment
was In Ix>H Angeles. Death was
caused by heart failure Mr. Morgan
formerly made this city his home and
will again do so while the settlement
Is being made of the estate of his
a fa i ha shook of bar dead hist ba
more felt by her friends and relatives
because she was in apparent good
health.
Skating at Manhattan Beach will be
discontinued on Mondays until the
enther Is warmer Announcement
will b made when It will be resumed.
Skating will Ik* continued on Friday
afternoons and evenings as hereto
fore.
Have your head shampooed and
alp treated by Mrs. Win. _G. Camp
bell of 2835 Stout street. First-class
li.iir goods Remedies for all scalp
diseases Hair straightened. Agent
• >r hair goods and preparations of the
4 rhnson Mfg Co. of Boston. Prices
reasonable.
The Hon Vivant club Is making
extensive preparations for their an
nual dinner, which takes place on the
::*uh. This is the occasion which
. ius*s the modistes any amount of
business, and the year 1913 is going
to see many new dresses made espe
cially for this event
Mrs. E. Wlllfhms. who has conduct
« d the Byron cafe for a long time, has
stored her fixtures preaprntory to a
trip enst. She lias begun to recover
lu r usual good health.
There Is a movement on among the
Pullman porters to get up a nation
wide organization to be operated ns
an Insurance and benefit association.
Several Deifver men are interesting
themselves and have consulted Den
\ i*i lawyers on the proper steps to
tutke.
jgjLook to the left.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. II Moore are going
lo make their home in Sheridan. Wyo
ming She was here from there last
week and Inis returned already. Ho
goes I Ills week.
Mrs. Williams, mother of Mrs.
Haines, Is confined at home with a
sprained ankle.
A new entertainment feature with
ediieatlonal value Is the Walker's I.t
lierlau SlngerH. 1 IiIh ts an tiggreeu
lion gotten up hy .1 N. Walker to
show the old time songs In appropri
„lo setting, and the Inter singing of
the rare, lie Intends to seek dales
for appearances In the white church
,.s He has written a sketch, or play
lot to go along with thorn, the same
receiving favorable comment from
many sources.
John C. Smith, who Is employed at
the packing house, Tell Thursday and
seriously Injured himself. He will he
confined to 1>ed for several weeks.
City News
BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL PENDING
Rev. J. E Ford, after spending a
few weeks hero, has gone bank to his
charge in Jacksonville, Florida. On
liis way he will stop in Topeka and
in Mississippi. He had not fully recov
ered from an attack of malaria, but
felt he must go now, as his church
there has valuable holdings which are
being bargained for. They are offered
a price of $180,000 and are holding for
$200,000. With this sum they would
be able to buy and build again on a
larger and better scale for their
church, and Rev. Ford is needed, not
so much to preach and pastor as to
be the business head of the church
in the deal His many Denver friends
wish him the best of fortune in the
matter.
IF YOU WON’T SAVE YOUR PRIDE.
AT LEAST SAVE YOUR MONEY.
There Is no need of the ladies being
emharassed by refusal of service in
corset-fitting by down town stores.
Denver is fortunate in having a cor
set iere of our own who is competent
beyond question, who serves well, who
guarantees her work and who will In*
pleased to serve* Readers of this pa
per will find her advertisement in
• r
her in mind when in need of corsets,
and should go further and tell their
friends about her. If the colored
women do not respect their own feel
ingH sufficiently to stay away from
places where they are not wanted,
•hey houhl respect their i>ocketbooks
enough to save money, as they can do
| b> patronizing this corsetaire of our_
race.
BIGGEST CROWD IN A YEAR.
1 The ladies of tb<* ( hurch of the Re
deemer have a well earned popularity.
They put on novel entertainments al
•wajn, and as a result hart rge
clientele to all their entertainments.
The one at Eureka hall Tuesday night
was attended by n crowded house.
The "Roman garden " effect was pret
tily brought out by flowers. Tin* act
nrs were maids who did classical
dam es in flowing robes. The program
was short and entertaining, conclud
MUSIC BY THE
Imperial Orchestra
AT
THE R. M A. C.
FROM 3 TO 6
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
STOCKMAN’S
GRAND BALL
FRIDAY NIGHT, JAN. 24
AT EUREKA HALL
MARIPOSA GLEE CLUB
ASSISTED BY
WEBSTER'S FULL ORCHESRA
and OLLIE BANKS, the Rag Time King
WILL FURNISH MUSIC
Admission - - 35 Cents
i ing with an appearance of Miss Ada
Hanks, Miss Mae Mullins-Moorc and
Frank Withers. They did a cabaret
turn as a conclusion of their appear
ance which brought down the house.
Dancing concluded the evening’s en
joyment.
'your last chance
To hear the Mariposa Glee Club.
Their last appearance in Denver will
bo at Bethlehem Baptist church, Fast
.‘12nd avenue and Lafayette street,
Tuesday night. January 21. 1111.3.
NOTES OF CENTRAL BAPTIST
CHURCH.
The excessive cold weather has had
its effect upon the attendance of the
Sabbath school. But we look for a
full school Sunday, as it is a dollar
rally day. All adults ana teachers
are pledged to give a dollar each and
each scholar is asked to give accord
ingly.
Tuesday evening teachers meeting
■aas largely attended, all teachers be
ing present Hev. Allen and Rev. P.
I). Price were visitors. R« v. Allen
taught the lesson "Man’s FiYst Sin.”
Many good and lasting thoughts were
nought out of the subject through his
excellent teaching.
The work of the Sabbath school the
past year has certainly been a grand
success. Scarcely a Sunday passes
without an addition of members and
more money spent for mission* this
year than ever before. The Sabbath
sc bool has raised this year S223.U7,
which truly must be considered as
nothing less than marvelous; and yet
we aim to make* lyiJ the banner year
for Central.
SHORTER CHAPEL NOTES.
. . - •. r
Chapel Sunday will be as follows:
10:00 a on., Sunday School. Les
son “Man’s First Son.” Gen. .3.
11:00 a. m. Sermon on the Eighth
Commandment by the pastor
6:30 p. m. Allen Christian Endeav
or League Topic “How Can We
Better Our Prayer Meetings?” Matt.
18:18-20.
7:30 I-. m.. Lay sermon by G. G.
Ross, and sacred concert by the choir.
choir.
Program.
3. Prelude.
2. Hymn 483. Prayer by Brother
S. B. Lowe.
3. Scripture Lesson, Ps. 103, by
Dr. R. A. Randolph.
*!. Anthem, "The Better Land”
(Cowen-Vance), by .Mrs. Fife and the
Choir.
5. Announcements.
(I. Trombone Solo. ‘'Selected," by
Mr. Frank Withers.
7. Lay sermon, "Art Thou the
Man?” by Col. G. G. Ross.
8. Anthem. 1 Will Extol Thee”
( Ashford., by Mrs. Holley and the
Choir
9. Offertory Solo (violin) ‘Select
ed,’' by Mr. Morgan T. Jackson.

NEW VAU DEVfLLE TEAM STARTS.
The Algerian Trio is the name of a
| vaudeville team which is organized
j here and which will be watched by
j Denver people because its members
i are so known here i - consists
i of Frank Withers, Miss Mae Mullins
| Moore and Miss Ada Banks. The first
two have already tour.ed the East un
der t tme of Mpllins and Withers,
and t t enjoys a
j as a soloist and entertainer. Mr.
j With : > is an artist on the trombone,
. maki that usually harsh instrument
; give nli the sweet tones usually
J ascri 1 to a cornet. His partner in
J instri. :.t a 1 music is a worthy mate.
; being . * 1 ly proficient cn eaxaplione,
jtromi and piano. Their double
turn - been called a hit by compe
j tent .tics all over the East. The
j third > is a real singer, a night
1 enga song. Besides that, she is
a co' -• r whose works are snapped
1 up b. ublishing houses with avidity.
■ Deny* has heard her in classical.
I senti: :ital and popular music and
appl: • 1 to the echo each appear
ance Her latest revelation of her
abilit is her singing of a popular
1 piece .1 accompanying herself on
jTues evening. With such ability
; to pi- se all audiences, she will add
to t! strength of the instrumental
j ists.
Mi i Mrs. Wilfred Bacquie left
Mon for Hot Springs, where he
j will the baths for rheumatism.
! Mi J T Stephens gave a six
' cours limner last week in honor of
Mrs. Jackson and Julia Marshall
on tl :• return from the Springs. Miss
jane Marshall returned the compli
! men 1 lr- giving a pr-.vate dancing
j part:- the afternoon
Mi J. Jackson entertained at
: card- une of her friends in honor of
‘ Beat Vilen of Chicago
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Numerous short excursions to
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